|1||Danielle Hardesty||District 3||2 years||Board of Supervisors||January 31, 2022|
|2||Kathy Baxter||District 5||2 years||Board of Supervisors||January 31, 2023|
|3||Frank Udvarhely||District 3||2 years||Board of Supervisors||January 31, 2023|
|4||Keri Askew Bailey||District 5||2 years||Board of Supervisors||January 31, 2022|
|5||Daniel Berlant||City of Auburn||City Pleasure||City of Auburn||N/A|
|6||Kevin Hanley||City of Auburn||City Pleasure||City of Auburn||N/A|
|7||Richard Hadley||City of Auburn||City Pleasure||City of Auburn||N/A|
|8||Bob Snyder||City of Auburn||City Pleasure||City of Auburn||N/A|
The Council shall consist of a maximum of 8 members. The Board of Supervisors shall appoint four members, two for District 3 and two for District 5. Two members (one from each district) will serve for a term of one year and the other two will serve for a term of two years. Members shall maintain a primary residence within the boundaries of the council’s planning area. The City of Auburn shall appoint four members for two year terms.
Members shall maintain a primary residence within the city limits. Initial members shall serve one year terms two from the Board of Supervisors, two from the City of Auburn. Members may be removed and replaced at the discretion of the governing body. Any of the parties may end their participation in the Council at any time.
To educate the public regarding the dangers associated with living in a Wildland Urban Interface Area and to assist in identifying high-risk areas. To provide a Community Fire Safe Plan for those areas covered by the Council. To cooperate with all related public and governmental agencies to implement the plan. To promote fuel reduction programs and projects which will provide a safer environment in the event of wildfires which may threaten the area.
Members shall serve without compensation.