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Local Agency Formation Commission

Purpose

To review and approve or deny proposals for the formation, consolidation, or dissolution of cities or special districts; and to review and approve or deny proposals for the annexation to or detachment from cities or special districts. None of these proceedings may be initiated until approved by the Commission to develop and determine the sphere of influence for each local government agency.

Conflict of Interest - Yes

Composition

Composed of 7 regular members serving 4 year terms. Two members of the Board of Supervisors with one alternate supervisor; two members of City Council with one alternate; and one public member and alternate appointed by other six members, two (2) special districts and one (1) alternate. Rev. 06/13/01.

Meetings

Second Wednesday of the month at 4:00 p.m. in the Board of Supervisor's Chambers, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA, or where otherwise posted and advertised.

Compensation

$100.00 per diem (Ord. 4100-B), payment of reasonable and necessary expenses incurred in attending such meetings and performing the duties of office. Supervisors are not compensated.

Contacts

Kristina Berry, Executive Officer
110 Maple Street 
Auburn, CA 95603
530-889-4097

Linda Wilkie, Commission Clerk
110 Maple Street
Auburn, CA 95603
530-889-4097

Current Members

Seat Name Represents Term Appointed By Expires
1 Robert Weygandt Board of Supervisors 4-years Board of Supervisors 5/9/2015
2 Jim Holmes Board of Supervisors 4-years Board of Supervisors 5/9/2015
3 William Kibry City Selection Committee 4-years City Selection Committee 5/14/2018
4 Miguel Ucovich City Selection Committee 4-years City Selection Committee 5/9/2016
5 Ron Treabess Special District 4-years Districts 5/1/2014
6 Gary Allen Special District 4-years Districts 5/9/2016
7 E. Howard Rudd Public 4-years Other 6 Members 5/11/2015
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