Community Action Commission
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Established April 1, 1972, pursuant to Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 (Public Law 90-222, Title II, Section 210) as amended in 1967 by Public Law 80-222, Title II, Section 211. Re-established by Board of Supervisors Resolution 80-443, adopted August 5, 1980; amended by Resolution No. 89-415. Name changed from Community Services Commission to Community Action Commission on June 15, 1999, Resolution No. 99-243; Amended By-laws, January 7, 2003; Amended Bylaws, December 18, 2007; January 31, 2017 Bylaws Amended.
Consists of 15 members, as follows:
- Five Representatives of Public Sector. These representative may be elected officials or their appointed representatives.
- Five Representatives of the Private Sector - These representatives are officials or members of business, industry, agricultural, religious, welfare, education or other major organizations and interests in the community.
- Five Representative Low-Income - These representatives must represent the local low-income population within each of the five supervisory districts, one (1) representative will be chosen in accordance with Democratic election procedures. Although representative o
Each member has a 3 year term, expiring July 1st
Qualifications & Functions:
The Community Action Commission advises the Board of Supervisors on issues related to poverty in Monterey County, and administers funding related to services for low-income people. Members represent the public, private, and low-income segments of the community, and reflect the race, economic status and gender of the community.
Meeting Date, Time, Location:
Meetings are held the third Monday of each month from 4:00-6:00 p.m., 1000 S. Main St., Ste. 110, Salinas, California.
Arlene Boyd, Department of Social Services, 831-755-4430
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