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VIDEO: Upcoming Election - What can a public agency do?

A few minutes with a Public Agency Attorney

September 02, 2014

A public agency, its directors, and employees may not use the public's time, money, or resources to promote or oppose a ballot measure.  But public time, money, and resources may be used to evaluate the impacts of a ballot measure on the public agency, and to prepare and present objective, factual, and impartial informational materials about a ballot measure.


Pat Miyaki has been representing local government agencies for more than 20 years as both general counsel and special counsel. He represents water districts, transportation districts, sanitary districts, cities, and joint powers agencies.

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Patrick Miyaki

415-995-5048 Direct Phone
415-995-3512 Fax

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