Applicants sought for county Redevelopment Successor Agency Oversight Board

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Yolo County has one opening for a member of the public to serve on the newly created County Redevelopment Successor Agency Oversight Board. This public member will be appointed by the Yolo County Board of Supervisors. Applications will be accepted until May 15.

The Oversight Board consists of seven members who shall serve without compensation or reimbursement for expenses. The County Oversight Board will be responsible primarily for approval of schedules of enforceable obligations and dispose of any remaining redevelopment assets and properties.

As of the filing for the 2017-18 recognized obligations schedules with the State of California Department of Finance, the successor agencies have the following target wind-down and obligations:  Davis,          $39,027,133; West Sacramento, $103,903,279; Winters, $24,048,559; Woodland, $18,704,334.

No specialized professional background or experience is required. Frequency of meetings is expected to meet between one to two times per year. The oversight board is a local entity for purposes of the Ralph M. Brown Act, the California Public Records Act and the Political Reform Act of 1974.

Those interested in consideration for appointment must submit an application available via: (go to Government > Board of Supervisors > Advisory Bodies). For more information, contact your Yolo County Supervisor or the Clerk of the Board’s office, 530-666-8195.



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