Washington State Public Disclosure Commission
711 Capitol Way, Room 206
Olympia, Washington 98504
Note that this agenda is subject to change. Please check the ** PDC website ** for the current version.
COVID 19 update: The Public Disclosure Commission Meeting will be streamed live on TVW at WAPDC.6.23.22
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Note: Materials related to the public comment portion must be submitted by Tuesday, June 21st at 5 P.M. to allow for distribution to the Commission and staff for review.
Note: All times shown for consideration of agenda items (other than the time of convening) are approximate and may vary, depending on the amount of discussion required for each.
- I. 9:30 AM Chair Opening Comments and Public Comment Period
- II. 9:40 a.m. Election of Commission Chair and Vice Chair per WAC 390-05-100
- III. 9:45 a.m. Consideration and Possible Approval of Meeting Minutes
- May 26, 2022
- IV. 9:50 a.m. Budget Update
- V. 10:00 a.m. Rulemaking
- VI. 10:30 a.m. Enforcement Hearings
- PDC Case 108753 Warren Small, a former School Director for Royal School Dist. 160. PDC staff is alleging that the Respondent violated RCW 42.17A.700 by failing to file a Personal Financial Affairs Statement (F-1 report), due no later than April 15, 2022, disclosing financial information for calendar year 2021.
- PDC Case 108754 Ronnie Little, a former Fire Commissioner for King Fire Protection Dist. 40. PDC staff is alleging that the Respondent violated RCW 42.17A.700 by failing to file a Personal Financial Affairs Statement (F-1 report), due no later than April 15, 2022, disclosing financial information for calendar year 2021.
- PDC Case 108755 Jonathon Rodeback, a School Director for Toutle Lake School Dist. 130. PDC staff is alleging that the Respondent violated RCW 42.17A.700 by failing to file a Personal Financial Affairs Statement (F-1 report), due no later than April 15, 2022, disclosing financial information for calendar year 2021.
- VII. 11:00 a.m. Reporting Modifications
- VIII. 11:20 a.m. Enforcement Updates
- Enforcement Report – Categorization and Status of Open Complaints
- Completed Investigations and Alternative Resolutions
- IX. 11:30 a.m. Management Team Updates
- Executive Director Update | Peter Frey Lavallee, Executive Director
- Deputy Director Update | Kim Bradford, Deputy Director
- Customer Service and Filer Assistance update| Kendra Hodgson, Customer Service, and Outreach Director
- IT Activity Report | James Gutholm, Chief Information Officer
- X. 11:45 a.m. Strategic Plan Update and Discussion
Discussion and Possible Adjustment of Strategic Plan.
- Audits – Commissioner Isserlis; Kurt Young, Compliance Officer; and Erick Agina, Compliance Officer
- Enforcement Process Map – Commissioner Downing and Alice Fiman, Compliance Officer
- Campaign Reporting Modernization – Commissioner Cooney and James Gutholm, Chief Information Officer
- Digital Political Advertising Disclosure – Commissioner Fred Jarrett; Sean Flynn, General Counsel; and Kim Bradford, Deputy Director
- Training Program Expansion – Commissioner Hayward and Kendra Hodgson, Customer Service and Outreach Director
- 12:00 p.m. Break/Executive Session
Discussion of matters allowed in executive session pursuant to RCW 42.30.110, including but not limited to, discussion of enforcement matters and pending and potential litigation with legal counsel, and review of performance of public employees. Possible action regarding pending litigation, or other matters properly discussed during executive session, will be taken following the executive session.
- XI. 1:00. p.m. Adjourn
The Commission may deliberate in closed session on any enforcement matter on this agenda, or any matters listed in RCW 42.30.140.