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Hearing Board


Placer County Air Pollution Control District is currently soliciting for a member from the medical profession, preferably a physician with experience or interest in the field of environmental medicine, community medicine, or occupational/toxicologic medicine for its Hearing Board.

The District Hearing Board is a statutory body appointed by the District Board of Directors to hear petitions for variances or modifications from air pollution rules or permit conditions, including the denial, approval, or revocation of a permit and orders for abatement.

It is composed of five members, each serving three-year terms. The Hearing Board is composed of the following occupations: one lawyer; one registered engineer; two public-at-large members; and one medical professional. The District also needs alternate members to ensure a quorum.

The Placer County Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board is convened on an as needed basis. The District reimburses mileage to and from the meetings and provides a stipend of $50 per member for each meeting attended.

Applications are available here.

For more information, please contact the District at 530-745-2330. Completed applications can be mailed to 110 Maple Street, Auburn, CA 95603, or faxed to 530-745-2373 or e-mailed to Shannon Harroun.