As Deadline Looms, Only One Elk Grove City Council Member Has Filed Economic Interest Statement

March 7, 2018 |    

Even though the law allows for a generous reporting period, only one of five Elk Grove City Council member has reported their required statement of economic interest with the California Fair Political Practices Commission. 

Of the five city council member, only Steve Detrick has filed the California Form 700. Detrick filed his statement for 2017 on February 12, 2018.

According to the statement, Detrick disclosed the receipt of four gifts during 2017. The gifts included hotel accommodations, theater tickets, a dinner, and banquet dinners. 

The theater tickets were from Kaiser Permanente on July 10, for two tickets to the Music Circus reception valued at $49.88. Detrick also accepted banquet dinner meals from the North State Building Industry Association for their annual installation dinner on January 17, 2017, valued at $250; and two meals at the Invictus Foundation to their annual dinner on May 25, 2017, valued at $150.

The North State Building Industry Association also gave Detrick a dinner for two on June 14, 2014, valued at $250. 

During a tour of the Carpenters Union Training Facility in Las Vegas on January 12, 2017, the Carpenters Union of Sacramento provided Detrick a dinner for two valued at $200, and overnight accommodations at an undisclosed hotel valued at $200. Detrick noted on the form he "personally paid airline" transportation.

In his interests in real property portion of the disclosure, Detrick reported owning a rental property at 9319 Whitmore Drive, Elk Grove 95624 which he valued between $100,000 and $1,000,000 generating between $1,001 and $10,000 in gross annual income. Primary residences are exempt from reporting.

The deadline for filing for an elected official is April 2, 2018. 


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