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City Clerk's Values Statement: Trust leads to community engagement. 

City Clerk's Vision Statement: Leverage technology to enhance accessibility to local government. 

City Clerk's Mission Statement: Build trust and confidence by promoting transparency, engaging the community, providing accessibility to local government and ensuring regulatory compliance.

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Statements of Economic Interest - Form 700
The Political Reform Act of 1974 requires persons holding specified public offices to file disclosures of investments, real property interests, and income within specified periods of assuming or leaving office and annually while holding the office. Elected officials are required by State Law to file their Statements of Economic Interests - Form 700 with the City Clerk, who makes and retains a copy of each statement and forwards the original to the California Fair Political Practices Commission, which is the filing officer.

The following Cupertino elected officials file Statements of Economic Interests - Form 700.

Steven Scharf,  Mayor
Darcy Paul, Vice Mayor 
Liang Chao, Councilmember 
Rod Sinks, Councilmember 
Jon Robert Willey, Councilmember 

Copies of these statements may be obtained by visiting the Office of the Cupertino City Clerk located at 10300 Torre Avenue, Cupertino, CA 95014. Statements are also available in an electronic format on the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) website at: FPPC

Form 801 - Gift to Agency Report
Posted FPPC Forms 801, 803
This form is for use by all state and local government agencies to disclose payments made to the agency when the payments provide a personal benefit to an official of the agency. Examples may include travel, meals or other benefits. Under certain circumstances, these payments will not result in a gift to the official, but will be considered a gift to the agency. The payments must be used for official agency business and must meet other requirements that are set out in FPPC Regulation 18944.2, which is available on the FPPC website.

Form 803 - Behested Payment Report
This form is for use by all state and local government agencies. These payments are not considered campaign contributions or gifts, but are payments made at the "behest" of elected officials to be used for legislative, governmental or charitable purposes. While state law limits the amount of campaign contributions and gifts, there are no limits on these so-called "behested" payments.

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