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Community Action Council seeks new members

The El Dorado County Community Action Council currently has two vacancies — one low-income member and one community representative member.

The Community Action Council is seeking individual or agency applicants to represent the interests of low-income individuals and individuals who are interested in membership on the council to represent an El Dorado County community service organization.

The purpose of the El Dorado County Community Action Council is to act in an advisory capacity to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors and the county Department of Human Services about the needs of the community on issues relating to human services for low-income residents of El Dorado County. The council provides an avenue for collaborative participation of local government, private organizations and private citizens of the community in serving the most vulnerable populations.

Community agencies that serve El Dorado County residents are encouraged to apply for membership. The deadline for submitting applications is Dec. 1.

For additional information, contact Star Walker at the El Dorado County Department of Human Services, 937 Spring St., Placerville 95667; telephone: (530) 621-6255 or e-mail: [email protected].

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