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Flood Control Water Conservation District Board of Directors

Purpose

To oversee the District in addressing flood control, drainage, and storm water management issues arising with developmental growth occurring in the region.

Conflict of Interest - Yes

Composition

Effective March 1, 1994, the composition of the Board of Directors shall be one (1) member from each City and Town Council in the County, two (2) members from the County Board of Supervisors and one (1) member selected at-large by the County Board of Supervisors. The term shall be two (2) years from date of appointment. Those appointments made by the Cities will serve for 1 year and be appointed/reappointed every January.

Meetings

Meets monthly, 2nd Monday at 4:00 p.m., Rocklin. Subject to change as needed.

Compensation

As allowed by the District's authorizing legislation and Board of Director's policy.

Contacts

Public Works
3091 County Center Drive, Suite 220
Auburn, CA 95603
530-745-7592

Current Members

Seat Name Represents Term Appointed By Expires
1 Kevin Hanley City of Auburn 1-year City of Auburn 1/31/2014
2 Vacant Seat City of Colfax City of Colfax
3 Paul Joiner City of Lincoln 1-year City of Lincoln 1/31/2014
4 Rhonda Morillas Town of Loomis 1-year Town of Loomis 1/31/2014
5 Greg Janda City of Rocklin 1-year City of Rocklin 1/31/2014
6 Pauline Roccucci City of Roseville 1-year City of Roseville 1/31/2014
7 Robert Weygandt Board of Supervisors 2-years Board of Supervisors 1/31/2015
8 Jack Duran Board of Supervisors 2-years Board of Supervisors 1/31/2015
9 Ken Yorde Public At-Large 2-years Board of Supervisors 3/11/2015
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