Sutter Creek City Administration
Sutter Creek City Hall is located at 18 Main Street in downtown Sutter Creek and is open for business Mon-Thu 9-4 except on state and national holidays.
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FPPC 700 forms are available to view at City Hall
FPPC Filers include:
Tim Murphy, Mayor
Sandra Anderson, Vice Mayor
Robin Peters, Council member
James Swift, Council member
Linda Rianda, Council member
Frank Cunha, Planning Commissioner
Ed Arata, Planning Commissioner
Dennis Larsen, Planning Commissioner
Mike Kirkley, Planning Commissioner
Mark Koenig, Planning Commissioner
John Otto, Design Review Committee
Sharyn Brown, Design Review Committee
Susan Peters, Design Review Committee
Saundra Baracco, Design Review Committee
Mike O’Neill, Design Review Committee
Amy Gedney, City Manager
Derek Cole, City Attorney
Victoria Runquist, City Treasurer
City of Sutter Creek Catalog of Enterprise Systems
On October 11, 2015, the State of California enacted Senate Bill 272 (SB 272) which required local agencies to make publicly available a catalog of application software (“Enterprise System”) that is used enterprise wide.
“Enterprise System,” as defined by Senate Bill 272 (SB272), is referred to as a system that “collects, exchanges, and analyzes information that the agency uses” in multiple departments and/or is an original data source.
For each agency’s Enterprise Systems the following is to be disclosed:
- Current system vendor.
- Current system product.
- A brief statement of the system’s purpose.
- A general description of the categories or types of data.
- The department that serves as the primary custodian.
- How frequently the data is collected.
- How frequently the system data is updated.
Local agencies must disclose Enterprise Systems with the following exceptions:
- Physical access control systems, including employee identification management, video monitoring and other physical control systems.
- Infrastructure and mechanical control systems, including those that control or manage street lights, electrical, natural gas, or water or sewer functions.
- Systems related to 911 dispatch and operation or emergency services.
- Systems that would be restricted from disclosure pursuant to Section 6254.19.
- The specific records that the information system collects, exchanges, or analyzes.
In addition, the bill is not intended to “permit public access to records held by an agency to which access is otherwise restricted by statute or to alter the process for requesting public records.” If the public interest is served by not disclosing or is best served by disclosure of “system name, brief title, or identifier of the system,” then the agency may provide these brief details of the system.
All agencies are to complete this posting by July 1, 2016 and update annually.
The full text of the bill can be found here: SB 272
Sutter Creek is a General Law City, which means it is organized in accordance with provisions of the State Government Code.