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Veterans Memorial Hall Board - Colfax


Management of the Hall; fee for rental of hall and equipment; purposes and procedures for rental of the hall; and coordination of routine maintenance and janitorial services.

Conflict of Interest - No


In accordance with County Code, Chapter 2, Article 2.82 Veterans Memorial Hall Governing Boards, each Supervisor who has a Veterans Hall in their district shall nominate to the full Board of Supervisors the names of veterans recommended for governance of each respective Hall. County Code stipulates that the Board of Trustees shall be comprised of the district Supervisor (or their designated alternate) as a permanent Trustee, along with at least four (4) appointments (with or without alternates) made from duly chartered veteran organizations. If the number of veteran organizations is less than four, or if a veteran organization fails to recommend a Trustee, the Board of Supervisors shall appoint as many additional Trustees, who are members of veteran organizations, as may be necessary to constitute a board of five members (including the district Supervisor). The district Supervisor may also appoint up to two non-voting Trustees (with or without alternates) from veterans’ organization auxiliaries and/or the general public.


Quarterly as needed.


The office of the trustee is honorary, without salary or other compensation.


Facility Services
11476 C Ave
Auburn, CA 95603

Current Members

Name Represents Term Appointed By Expires
Dave Green VFW Troop 2003 1-year Board of Supervisors 8/31/2013
Thomas Hiatt American Legion Post 192 1-year Board of Supervisors 8/31/2013
Jennifer Montgomery Board of Supervisors Board Pleasure Board of Supervisors 12/31/2014
Harry Green American Legion Post 192 1-year Board of Supervisors 8/31/2013
Thomas R. Passanisi VFW Troop 2003 - Alternate 1-year Board of Supervisors 8/31/2013
David Longway American Legion Post 192 - Alternate 1-year Board of Supervisors 8/31/2013
Thomas Mason Jr. American Legion Post 192 - Alternate 1-year Board of Supervisors 8/31/2013