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Placer County Area 4 Agency on Aging Advisory Council


Serve as principal advocate body on behalf of senior citizens. Advise A4AA staff on matters relating to development and administration of the Area Plan including goals, objectives and funding recommendations. Advise and make recommendations for appropriate action to the A4AA Governing Board on matters relating to development and administration of the Area Plan and operations conducted. Assist A4AA by providing support and input in ascertaining the changing needs of the elderly in member’s respective counties. Facilitate communication between the counties of A4AA.

Conflict of Interest - Yes


Comprises five representatives from Placer County: 2 representatives appointed by the Board of Supervisors, 2 by PC Older Adult Advisory Council, 1 by Nutritional Project Council.


3rd Thursday of the month. Meetings rotate between 7


Non-Supervisors and those who are not otherwise reimbursed for mileage receive the current IRS business rate per mile.


Board of Supervisors Office 
175 Fulweiler Ave.
Auburn, CA 95603

Pam Miller, Executive Director
2260 Park Towne Circle, Ste 100
Sacramento, CA 95825

Current Members

Seat Name Represents Term Appointed By Expires
1 Joleen Anderson Board of Supervisors 3 years Board of Supervisors 6/30/2016
2 Gloria Plasencia Older Adult Advisory 3-years Commission on Aging 6/30/2014
3 Vacant Seat Nutrition Project 3-years Nutrition Project 6/30/2015
4 Irwin Herman Older Adult Advisory 3 years Older Adult Advisory 6/30/2014
5 Lynn Farrell Board of Supervisors 3 years Board of Supervisors 6/30/2016