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Placer County Charter Review Committee

Purpose

The purpose of the Placer County Charter Review Committee is to review and evaluate the County Charter and make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors of any changes or additions to the Charter. The Committee shall review the Charter and, after at least two public hearings, make recommendations for amendments to or revisions of the Charter to the Board of Supervisors.

Conflict of Interest - No

Composition

The composition of the 2012 Charter Review Committee as determined by the Board of Supervisors is seven members, one appointed by each Supervisor and two At-Large members appointed by consensus of the Board of Supervisors.

Meetings

Determined by Chairman of Committee. Two public hearings are required prior to final recommendations by Committee.

Compensation

No direct compensation; however, Committee members may be reimbursed for expenses incurred related to Committee work and public hearings including meals and mileage reimbursement.

Contacts

County Executive Office
175 Fulweiler Ave.
Auburn, CA 95603
530-889-4030

Current Members

Seat Name Represents Appointed By
1 James Vlahos District 1 Board of Supervisors
2 Richard Robinson District 2 Board of Supervisors
3 Barry D. Stigers District 3 Board of Supervisors
4 James T. Williams District 4 Board of Supervisors
5 Susan Prince District 5 Board of Supervisors
6 Richard Burton Public At-Large Board of Supervisors
7 Jim Gray Public At-Large Board of Supervisors
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