The purpose of the HEAR Commission is to advance and advocate for equity, access, diversity, social justice, safety, mutual appreciation, increased cultural competency, positive inter-group relations and respect for all members of the San Gabriel community.
The HEAR Commission serves as an advisory body to the City Council and reports directly to the City Council to assess and recommend policies, procedures and activities in the City government to advance the Commission’s purpose. The HEAR Commission is not an oversight board nor a body whose primary function is to receive or investigate individual incidents or complaints. The HEAR Commission may request and obtain information with respect to individual incidents or complaints, but only to the extent necessary to make policy, procedure or activity recommendations to the City Council.
Meetings will occur monthly at a time and place to be determined by the City Council.
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Pursuant to the City's Conflict of Interest Code, members are required to file a Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700). Members are also required to complete AB1234 Ethics Training within one year of appointment and every two years thereafter.
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