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Tribal County Advisory Committee

Purpose

The committee may make recommendations to the Tribe and the County, including amendments to the MOU, which both parties shall consider before implementing any actions concerning the subject matter of the MOU.

Conflict of Interest - No

Composition

The committee shall be composed of nine (9) members; two (2) members of the Board of Supervisors or their designees (Seats 1 and 2); the Placer County Sheriff or his or her designee (Seat 3); one (1) representative of a community organization established to address the local impacts of gambling as designated by the Board of Supervisors (Seat 4); and five representatives of the United Auburn Indian Community (Seats 5 thru 9). The Board of Supervisors shall appoint the community organization representative. The United Auburn Indian Community shall appoint their five representatives. Conflict of interest required by Community Organization Representative only.

Meetings

Committee meetings shall be open to the public, and committee members may invite staff and associates as they deem necessary. The committee shall meet on a quarterly basis, or more frequently, according to procedures established by the committee.

Compensation

Members serve without compensation.

Contacts

Board of Supervisors 
175 Fulweiler Ave
Auburn, CA 95603
530-889-4010

Current Members

Seat Name Represents Term Appointed By Expires
1 Supv Dist 2, Robert Weygandt Board of Supervisors Board Pleasure Board of Supervisors 12/31/2014
2 Supv Dist 5, Jennifer Montgomery Board of Supervisors Board Pleasure Board of Supervisors 12/31/2014
3 PC Sheriff, Ed Bonner Sheriff Board Pleasure Board of Supervisors
4 Community Org, Cheryl A. Schmit Community Org Board Pleasure Board of Supervisors
5 Tribal Chair, David Keyser United Auburn Indian Community Tribe Pleasure United Auburn Indian Community
6 Vice Chair, Kimberly DuBach United Auburn Indian Community Tribe Pleasure United Auburn Indian Community
7 Treasurer, Brenda Conway United Auburn Indian Community Tribe Pleasure United Auburn Indian Community
8 Secretary, Gene Whitehouse United Auburn Indian Community Tribe Pleasure United Auburn Indian Community
9 Tribal Council, Calvin Moman United Auburn Indian Community Tribe Pleasure United Auburn Indian Community
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