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Appendix A

California Penal Code
Title 4. Grand Jury Proceedings

Chapter 3. Powers and Duties of Grand Jury

Article 1. General Provisions

§919(b)

The grand jury shall inquire into the condition and management of the public prisons within the county.

Article 2. Investigation of County, City and District Affairs

§925

The grand jury shall investigate and report on the operations, accounts, and records of the officers, departments, or functions of the county including those operations, accounts, and records of any special legislative district or other district in the county created pursuant to state law for which the officers of the county as serving in their ex officio capacity as officers of the districts. The investigations may be conducted on some selective basis each year, but the grand jury shall not duplicate any examination of financial statements which has been performed by or for the board of supervisors pursuant to Section 25250 of the government Code; this provisions shall not be construed to limit the power of the grand jury to investigate and report on the operations, accounts, and records of the officers, departments, or functions of the county. The grand jury may enter into a joint contract with the board of supervisors to employ the services of an expert as provided for in Section 926.

§925a

The grand jury may at any time examine the books and records of any incorporated city or joint powers agency located in the county. In addition to any other investigatory powers granted by this chapter, the grand jury may investigate and report upon the operations, accounts, and records of the officers, departments, functions, and the method or system of performing the duties of any such city of joint powers agency and make such recommendations as it may deem proper and fit. The grand jury may investigate and report upon the needs of all joint powers agencies in the county, including the abolition or creation of agencies and the equipment for, or the method or system of performing the duties of, the several agencies. It shall cause a copy of any such report to be transmitted to the governing body of any affected agency. As used in this section, "joint powers agency" means an agency described in Section 6506 of the Government Code whose jurisdiction encompasses all or part of a county.

§933.5

A grand jury may at any time examine the books and records of any special-purpose assessing or taxing district located wholly or partly in the county or the local agency formation commission in the county, and, in addition to any other investigatory powers granted by this chapter, may investigate and report upon the method or system of performing the duties of such district or commission.
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§933.5Pine Grove Elementary School
§933.5 Pioneer Elementary School
§933.5 Sutter Creek Upper Elementary Crosswalk
§925 Amador County Airport
§925 Amador County Land Use Department
§925 Amador County Health Department
§925 Office of County Counsel
§925 Amador County Election Board
§925a Amador County Service Area #3
§925a Community Water System Review
§919(b) Mule Creek State Prison


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