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Placer County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee

Purpose

To establish all application policies and procedures for grants, assess the eligibility of applications, select all grant awards, and determine the appropriate amount for reimbursement of county costs incurred for administering the grant programs (not exceed 2% of total funding). 

Conflict of Interest - No

Composition

The committee shall be composed of seven (7) representatives. Two (2) representatives from the county, appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Three (3) representatives from cities located within 4 miles of a tribal casino in the county, selected by the Board of Supervisors. Two (2) representatives selected upon the recommendation of the tribes operating casinos in the county.

Meetings

Upon call of the Committee.

Compensation

Commissioners serve without compensation.

Contacts

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

Current Members

Seat Name Represents Term Appointed By
1 Jim Holmes Board of Supervisors Board Pleasure Board of Supervisors
2 Robert Weygandt Board of Supervisors Board Pleasure Board of Supervisors
3 Susan Rohan City of Roseville City Pleasure City of Roseville
4 Dave Butler City of Rocklin City Pleasure City of Rocklin
5 Spencer Short City of Lincoln City Pleasure City of Lincoln
6 Donal Rey Jr. United Auburn Indian Community Tribe Pleasure United Auburn Indian Community
7 Gene Whitehouse United Auburn Indian Community Tribe Pleasure United Auburn Indian Community
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