San Diego County Capital Asset Leasing Corporation

The San Diego County Capital Asset Leasing Corporation (SANCAL) was established in June of 1984 under the provisions of Section 5226 California Nonprofit Public Corporation Law. The purpose of SANCAL is to provide a means for the County of San Diego to issue low-cost debt instruments to fund the procurement of capital facilities and equipment.

Board of Supervisors policy A-104 lists the role and function of SANCAL.

The time of the meeting dates will be 1:30pm to 3:00pm

October 21, 2014, Room 358 Cancelled
November 18, 2014, Room 358 Click to View Agenda
December 16, 2014, Room 358  
January 20, 2015, Room 358  
February 17, 2015, Room 358  
March 17, 2015, Room 358  
April 21, 2015, Tower 6  
May 19, 2015, Room 358  
June 16, 2015, Room 358  
July 21, 2015, Room 358  
August 18, 2015, Room 358  
September 15, 2015, Room 358  
October 20, 2015, Room 358  
November 17, 2015, Room 358  
December 15, 2015, Room 358  

Michel Anderson - Chair
SANCAL Board Member since 1986

Mr. Anderson is a business and land use consultant specializing in governmental relations, project management, development processing and public affairs.

Jeff Kane - Vice-Chairman
SANCAL Board Member since 2001

Mr. Kane serves as the President of Continental Pacific, a firm specializing in commercial real estate

John Todd - Secretary
SANCAL Board Member since 2011

Mr. Todd is involved with a number of public service commissions and community organizations based in Oceanside. Mr. Todd retired as a Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps after 34 years of service.

Armando Martinez - Director
SANCAL Board Member since 2013

Mr. Martinez is a retired certified public accountant with experience auditing the City of San Diego as well as the County. He is a current a past participant on other community service and advisory boards for the County of San Diego and Southwestern College.

Peter Smith - Director
SANCAL Board Member since 2013

Mr. Smith is the General Manager of the Rancho Santa Fe Association and has a background in business management and commercial banking. He is a licensed real estate broker and participates on other boards and committees of the County and the California Association of Community Managers.




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