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Washoe County is accepting applications for persons living in Washoe County who are interested in serving on the Washoe County Regional Animal Services Advisory Board
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The Washoe County Board of Commissioners is seeking volunteers from the community to serve on the Washoe County Audit Committee.
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911 Emergency Response Advisory Committee Seeking Volunteer Member
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Considers applications for permits to keep animals within Washoe County
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Vacancy is to represent Commission Districts 4 on the Commission.
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Recruiting for a community member to join the REMSA Board
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The board shall serve as consultant to both the County Commissioners and the Social Services Director on any matters pertaining to social services in the community.

Membership

The board is comprised of twelve members who are appointed by the County Commission. Members are appointed on the basis of one member fro each of the following groups: court appointed special advocates, children`s mental heath, domestic violence service agencies, local juvenile probation services, parent advocate, former participant in the child welfare system, Washoe County School District, substance abuse services agencies, an attorney representing parents, an attorney representing children, a representative from an agency serving low income individuals and a representative of an agency who advocates for health care for low income families.

Time Commitment

The board meets shall be held up to 4 times a year or, at a minimum, semiannually, in addition to special meetings called by the chairman. Members are appointed to three-year terms and may serve two consecutive terms.

Authority

Washoe County Code, Chapter 45.030

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2 open positions on the Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife