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RESOLUTION NO. 2013-088 <br />RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE <br />SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PUBLIC POWER AUTHORITY <br />AMENDING THE BYLAWS OF THE AUTHORITY TO <br />PROVIDE FOR PERFORMANCE REVIEWS OF THE <br />EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR <br />WHEREAS, the Southern California Public Power Authority ("the Authority") is a public <br />entity duly organized and existing under the Joint Exercise of Powers Act (Cal. Govt. Code § <br />6500 et seq.) pursuant to a Joint Powers Agreement ("JPA") entered into by and among the <br />Cities of Anaheim, Azusa, Banning, Burbank, Cerritos, Colton, Glendale, Los Angeles, <br />Pasadena, Riverside and Vernon, and the Imperial Irrigation District (collectively, "Members"), <br />with authority to engage in various activities supportive of the Members' electric utilities; and <br />WHEREAS, the Authority's Board of Directors ("Board") has responsibility for the <br />general management of the affairs of the Authority, and under the Authority's By -Laws (`By - <br />Laws") has reserved to itself the power to appoint an Executive Director, with such powers, <br />duties and responsibilities as the Board determines to delegate to the person so appointed; and <br />WHEREAS, while it has been the custom and practice of the Board, on an annual basis, <br />to conduct a performance review of the Executive Director, the Board believes that amending the <br />By -Laws to establish written procedural guidelines for conducting such performance reviews <br />will enhance their usefulness and better serve the interests of the Authority. <br />NOW, THEREFORE, the Board of Directors of the Southern California Public Power <br />Authority does hereby resolve, determine and order: <br />1. That Section 7 of Article IV of the By-laws of the Southern California Public <br />Power Authority is hereby amended by denominating the existing language without change as <br />paragraph (a) and adding a new paragraph (b), to read as follows: <br />SECTION 7. Executive Director. <br />(a) At any time, the Board of Directors also may appoint an Executive <br />Director, who may be an employee of a member. The Executive Director shall have such <br />powers, duties, and responsibilities as shall be determined from time to time by the Board <br />of Directors. The Agreement provides in Section 11 (e) that the Board of Directors may <br />appoint an Executive Director. The Executive Director may also be referred to as the <br />"General Manager". Those titles may be used interchangeably. <br />(b) The Board of Directors shall review the Executive Director's performance <br />annually in accordance with the following criteria and procedures: <br />(i) In general, the evaluation of the Executive Director's performance <br />shall be a collaborative process of goal setting and performance review between the <br />Board and the Executive Director. The performance review shall be completed by the <br />Board President on or about March 1 of each year so that its results are available for the <br />