Yolo County Advisory Board seeking candidates

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The Yolo County Board of Supervisors believes that effective citizen involvement is essential to good governance, and that a respectful and informed exchange of ideas between the county and citizens will result in the best polices and decisions for Yolo County. To that end, the Board of Supervisors is actively seeking candidates to fill vacancies on the following county advisory bodies. For more information on advisory bodies, specific vacancies, and to submit an application, visit: www.yolocounty.org (go to Residents > Advisory Bodies), call the Clerk of the Board’s office 530-666-8195 or contact your Yolo County Supervisor.
Board of Supervisors Advisory Committees
Board of Directors of Yolo County Historical Museum
Childcare Planning Council
Clarksburg General Plan Citizen’s Advisory Board
Commission on Aging & Adult Services
Community Services Action Board
Dunnigan General Plan Citizens’ Advisory Board
Emergency Medical Care Committee
Financial Oversight Committee
In-Home Supportive Services
Knights Landing General Plan Citizens’ Advisory Board
Local Mental Health Board
Madison General Plan Citizens’ Advisory Board
Parks, Recreation & Wildlife Advisory Committee
Transportation Advisory Committee
Waste Advisory Committee
Yolo-Zamora General Citizens’ Advisory Board
Cemetery Districts
Capay Cemetery District
Mary’s Cemetery District
County Service Areas
North Davis Meadows County Service Area
Fire Protection Districts
Clarksburg Fire Protection District
Dunnigan Fire Protection District
Knights Landing Fire Protection District
Springlake Fire Protection District
Zamora Fire Protection District
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  1. Any chance one day we will see some more detail about these Advisory Board positions? The website (yolocounty.org) provides even less detail than this article. What are the duties and qualifications? How long are the terms? Are they volunteer or paid?

  2. Any chance one day we will see some more detail about these Advisory Board positions? The website (yolocounty.org) provides even less detail than this article. What are the duties and qualifications? How long are the terms? Are they volunteer or paid?

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