Placer County Economic Development Board
- January 27, 2022 at 11:30 A.M.
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SPECIAL MEETING PROVISIONS RELATED TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Placer County is committed to public participation in county government in a manner that is consistent with guidance provided by the County’s Public Health Officer and Governor Newsom’s Executive Orders.
Citizens who wish to comment may call-in to queue for verbal public comment. Public comment will be opened for each agenda item in sequence, so be prepared to call in for the specific item you wish to comment on when the Board Chair opens comments for that item. Calls will not be connected if public comment has been closed from that item, and callers will be directed to call back if they are calling for a later agenda item.
Each commenter is entitled to three minutes of comment time, so the more callers there are, the longer the hold times will be. Thank you for your patience as we work to safeguard the safety and health of all meeting participants and ensure that each citizen who wishes to comment has the opportunity to do so.
The public may always email comments to the Clerk Michelle Grellus at MGrellus@placer.ca.gov or mail the same through the U.S. Postal Service to the county, Attn: Placer County Office of Economic Development, 145 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603.
All public comments received prior to 8 a.m. the day of the meeting will be provided to the board members electronically or in written format.
Emails received through the clerk’s email address above during the meeting become part of the record for the board meeting and retained by the clerk.
Board meeting agendas are publicly posted for review on the county website https://www.placer.ca.gov/1508/Placer-County-Economic-Development-Board.
All members of the public are asked to adhere to the above guidelines as well as all guidance by the county health officer.
These steps are designed to make the board meeting accessible to everyone in a safe manner. Please be patient with us as we adjust to changes in the process which are continually being provided by the health officer and the governor to further protect the public during the COVID-19 emergency.
“It’s important for Placer County to conduct its business to ensure essential services for our citizens,” said Board Chair Bonnie Gore. “We’re doing everything we can to facilitate social distancing and urge residents to take advantage of other methods to address the board versus attending meetings in person.”
- Scott Alvord, Chair, Representing the City of Roseville
- Rachel Raddell-Harris, Vice-Chair, Representing the City of Auburn
- Robert M. Weygandt, District 2 Supervisor
- Suzanne Jones, District 4 Supervisor
- William Lauritsen, Representing the City of Lincoln
- Bill Halldin, Representing the City of Rocklin
- Marnie Mendoza , Representing the City of Colfax
- Jenny Knisley, Representing the Town of Loomis
- William H. Duncan IV, Representing Public Education
- Dr. John Jackson, Representing Private Education
- Michelle Silva, Representing Communications
- Justin Black, Representing Agriculture
- Brian Alexander, Representing Healthcare
- Chuck Heisleman, Representing Utilities
- Veronica Blake, Representing Non-Profits
- Vacant, Representing Tourism
- Vince Kramer, Representing Manufacturing
- Jeff Richardson, Representing Retail
- Stewart Wells, At-Large
- Brian Clausman, At-Large
The Placer County Economic Development Board, established by the Board of Supervisors in 1991 serves as an advisory body for the Economic Development division. Members of the board are responsible for carrying economic development information back to the governments and organizations they represent to insure that there is a united effort to attract new jobs to the County. Members include:
- 2 county supervisors
- 6 council representatives
- Leaders in agriculture, communication, public education, private education, healthcare, manufacturing, non-profits, tourism, utilities, retail, and two at-large
The Board is building a strategic framework to position Placer County as the best place to live and work in California.