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Tamika L'Ecluse, Trustee

Office: (916) 929-4006

Pursuant to Section 1780 of the California Government Code, notice is hereby given that there will be a vacancy on the American River Flood Control District Board of Trustees commencing on April 12, 2019 at 2:30 p.m.The office will become vacant as the result of the resignation of Trustee Redway.  The vacancy will be filled by the remaining members of the Board of Trustees by appointment within sixty days of the date of the vacancy.  The Board of Trustees will not fill the vacancy until at least fifteen days have passed after the posting of this notice at the District’s offices, at the City Hall Public Notices Board and at the County Supervisor’s Public Notices Board.  The Board of Trustees anticipates that it will fill the vacancy during its meeting on May 10, 2019, but reserves the right to fill the vacancy at any publicly-noticed meeting within 60 days from the date of the vacancy.

 

The person appointed to serve as a Trustee will serve a limited term until the District’s next general election in November, 2020 and then will need to run for office to fill a four year term.  If you are interested in being considered for appointment as a Trustee, please submit your resume and a statement describing the reason(s) you wish to serve the public as a member of the Board of Trustees to the District’s Office Manager at the address below no later than noon on April 30, 2019.  The Board of Trustees will interview 3-5 applicants during its special meeting on May 1, 2019 and may appoint the new Trustee during that meeting.

 

Office Manager

American River Flood Control District

185 Commerce Circle

Sacramento, CA 95815

(916) 929-4006

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The American River Flood Control District oversees the operation and maintenance of 40 miles of Federally authorized flood control levees in Sacramento, California. The District consists of the portion of Sacramento protected by levees along the American River, Steelhead Creek, Arcade Creek, Robla Creek, Dry Creek, and Magpie Creek.

 

Posted: April 15, 2019

 

cc: Sacramento City Hall Reference Desk

 County of Sacramento Board of Supervisors Reference Desk