NOTE: There is no meeting of the Commission in November due to the Veterans Day holiday.
Bonnie Gore, Supervisor, District 1 Term Expires: May 2020
Robert Weygandt, Supervisor, District 2 Term Expires: May 2020 Vice Chair
Jim Holmes, Alternate Supervisor, District 3 Term Expires: May 2020
Paul Joiner, Councilmember, City of Lincoln Term Expires: May 2020
Joe Patterson, Councilmember, City of Rocklin Term Expires: May 2022
Scott Alvord, Alternate, Councilmember, City of Roseville Term Expires: May 2020
Special District Members
Joshua Alpine, Board Member, Placer County Water Agency Term Expires: May 2020
William Kahrl, Board Member, Newcastle Fire Protection District Term Expires: May 2022
Mike Lynch, Alternate Board Member, Auburn Recreation and Park District, Term Expires: May 2020
Susan Rohan Term Expires: May 2023
State Creation of LAFCO
Created in 1963 for the purpose of encouraging orderly growth and development.
For protection of agricultural resources and open space
To discouragement of urban sprawl
To insure efficient and effective agency services
Membership in each county's LAFCO is prescribed by law. The Placer LAFCO Commission contains seven members:
Two representatives from the county board of supervisors
Two representatives from city councils
One public member
Two special district representatives
Each county in the state is required to have a LAFCO. These LAFCOs fulfill their legislative mandate through the consideration and approval or denial of boundary changes proposed by individuals or the local agencies themselves. LAFCOs do not have the power to initiate boundary changes on their own, except for proposals involving the dissolution, consolidation, or merger of special districts or the establishment of subsidiary districts.
The local agency formation commission (LAFCO) regulates boundaries and boundary changes for public agencies: