Military & Veterans Affairs Advisory Commission
Created by Resolution No. 86-639, adopted November 18, 1986.
Notice of name change was received on January 3, 2002. Formerly Veteran’s Services Advisory Commission.
10-02-12 Resolution 12-264 Updated Bylaws
Consists of a total of 11 voting members as follows:
Within each supervisorial district, one representative shall be appointed by the district supervisor to represent that district. Appointee must be a veteran, widow of a veteran, spouse of a veteran or the surviving child of a veteran killed or missing in action.
Members shall serve terms of three years, except as hereinafter provided. Terms shall be staggered so that no more than a simple majority of the membership is appointed is appointed each year.
For the purpose of formation, appointments to the first term of two (2) of the Veterans Council members and two (2) of the supervisory district representative shall be for three (3) years, two members from each group shall be two (2) years and two (2) Veterans council Members and one (1) supervisory district representative shall be for one (1) year.
Qualifications & Functions:
All members of the Commission shall reside within Monterey County. No employee of Monterey County shall serve as a voting member of the Commission.
Meeting Date, Time, and Place:
Bi-Monthly, the second Wednesday of the month, at 3:00 p.m., Veterans Transition Center, 220 12th St. Marina CA 93933
Jason Cameron, Military and Veterans Affairs Officer (831) 647-7619
Joseph Farotte Kruchas, Management Analyst III (831) 647-7841
|3||Mark L. Hartunian
|5||Phillip Butler, PhD||12-10-2019||01-01-2023|
United Veterans Council Appointees
All appointed by Supervisors' Districts 1-5
Updated: 01-09-2019 jgp