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The Community and Economic Development Advisory Committee is advisory to the Board of Supervisors in developing the Countywide Economic Development Plan, preparing annual reports concerning activities, achievements and recommendations, sponsoring business related seminars, forums and training workshops, reviewing existing County regulations and procedures to eliminate unneeded inconsistent and redundant legal requirements; and reviewing on a periodic basis the County government structure for consistency with efficient and cost effective regulation of business.
Term Limits: The term of District specific appointees expire upon the conclusion of the nominating Supervisor's term in office. Members at Large have four (4) year terms from the date of appointment.
Membership: A) Five direct supervisorial-nominated appointments, each representing the appointing Supervisorís district, and four at-large appointments. The at-large members may be selected from business, industry, trade organizations, the private and public sectors, educational institutions, or a Chamber of Commerce within the County. B) All members shall be appointed by the Board of Supervisors after completion of a County application process. C) All members shall have relevant knowledge, experience, and expertise in community and/or economic development. D) In nominating members for the Committee, the Board of Supervisors will consider appropriate geographic, industry-specific and expertise-specific representation.
Meetings: Meetings are typically held on the second Thursday of each month.
Contact: The Office of the Clerk of the Board at 530-621-5390
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