Shall consist of three at-large members serving two year terms, appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Each member shall either have a family member buried in the Gold Run Cemetery or be a property owner, business owner, or resident within the Gold Run area. Term of office shall be two years.
To coordinate groups of volunteers to provide cemetery maintenance, provide advice to Placer County staff on contracts for cemetery services, supervise burial arrangements and notification, and maintain necessary record keeping functions. The committee will also be responsible for providing necessary documentation to comply with state law to the Placer County Facilities. In addition, the committee shall provide information and direction of all activities at the Gold Run Cemetery.