I consider the District 2 Municipal Advisory Committee (MACs) an essential part of county government. I pay close attention to what is said at MAC meetings and the recommendations that emerge. At the same time, these meetings allow me to keep my district informed about what I’m doing on their behalf and what is happening throughout the county. Representatives from the county and other agencies attend MAC meetings regularly to provide information to the public.
The Municipal Advisory Council may advise the Board of Supervisors on matters of concern which relate to the area served by the Municipal Advisory Council, including but not limited to land use, public health, safety, public works, law enforcement, and recreation.