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Council Commissions with Citizen Representative
El Dorado County Commission on Aging: (one representative, considered annually)
Member must reside within the city limits. The Commission meets monthly, rotating locations within El Dorado County.
For information purposes, the following is an excerpt from the Commission’s webpage:
“The Commission on Aging is an advisory Committee to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors. The Commission works with the Director of the Area Agency on Aging on community interests and issues faced by seniors in El Dorado County. This includes, but is not limited to, developing community centers in strategic areas of the county to make services accessible to all seniors. The group also promotes services that help seniors to remain in their homes and prevent elder abuse.”
El Dorado County Community Action Council (one representative, considered annually)
Member must reside within the city limits. The Council meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m.
For information purposes, the following is an excerpt from the By Laws:
“The purpose of this Advisory Board is to advise the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, as the designated Community Action Agency, and Board of Directors thereto, for the County, and the Health and Human Services Agency, as the County Department designated by the Board of Supervisors to administer Community Action programs and activities, including the Community Services Block Grant, about the needs of the community on issues relating to human services needs for low-income residents of El Dorado County and to provide an avenue of participation for local government, private organizations, and private citizens of the community in serving the most vulnerable populations. The Council will provide advice and recommendations to the Board of Supervisors, provide assistance in educating the community on human services and available resources in El Dorado County and participate in developing collaborative solutions to meet ongoing community needs, while working together to meet the basic needs and to improve the quality of life for residents of El Dorado County.”
Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Advisory Planning Commission (Lay Member): (two-year term)
The Council meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m.
For information purposes, the following is an excerpt from the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Compact regarding the Advisory Planning Commission (APC):
“Article Ill. Organization:
h) An advisory planning commission shall be appointed by the agency. The commission shall include: the chief planning officers of Placer County, El Dorado County, and the City of South Lake Tahoe in California and of Douglas County, Washoe County and Carson City in Nevada, the executive officer of the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board of the State of California, the executive officer of the Air Resources Board of the State of California, the Director of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources of the State of Nevada, the Administrator of the Division of Environmental Protection in the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources of the State of Nevada, the Administrator of the Lake Tahoe Management Unit of the United States Forest Service, and at least four lay members with an equal number from each state, at least half of whom shall be residents of the region. Any official member may designate an alternate.