THE BORDER BETWEEN WINTER & SPRING
After December’s record-breaking storm, January’s plentiful sunshine has been welcomed and much needed for our region to recover from the damage and disruption. County staff and our partners continue to pursue funding and programs to help us with clean-up in those areas that experienced such tremendous damage. I am also supporting providing additional funding to augment the chipping program as quickly as possible. Stay posted for upcoming announcements on our efforts.
In the last two weeks I was pleased to join the installation dinners for both the Auburn Chamber of Commerce and the Highway 49 Business Association. Our locally owned businesses are the heart and soul of our communities. Their dedicated owners and staff go above and beyond to serve their customers and to volunteer for special events and activities to increase the vitality of our communities.
Congratulations to the incoming Board Members and the outstanding award recipients, and thanks for your volunteer service!
AUBURN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BOARD
- President: Scotland McCallum
- Vice President: Josh Hanosh
- Past President: Nalesh Chandra
- Treasurer: Monique Hall
- Board Members: Debbie Dahl, Eric Chun, Gary Gilligan, Katie Kenoyer, Garrett Konrad, Natalie Litchfield, Bernie Schroeder, Linda Shuman-Prins
AUBURN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AWARD RECIPIENTS
- Rising Star: Amy Lind
- Volunteer of the Year: Colleen Sands
- Lifetime Achievement: Brenda Roper
- Young Entrepreneur: Josh Hanosh
- Best Non-Profit: Gold Country Wildlife Rescue
- Best Local Event: Auburn Cruise Night
- Chamber Award: Carol’s Market
- Jeanette Klebofski Ambassador of the Year: Gary Gilligan
- President’s Award: Fourth of July Committee
HIGHWAY 49 BUSINESS ASSOCIATION BOARD
- President: Monique Hall
- Vice President: Peter Konrad
- Treasurer: Irene Yamasaki
- Secretary: Madonna Anglin
- Past President: Tony Ferrari
Cindy Gustafson, District 5 Supervisor
As hard as we try, we can’t possibly meet with each of our constituents individually. Heading into spring, our office will be setting up coffees and visits throughout the District. Please let us know if you would like to organize one with your neighbors, friends, or service organizations. EMAIL US!
PLACER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office is looking for experienced, quality deputies to join their team! If you are a current law enforcement officer or you have served as a full-time peace officer within the past 12 months, you are eligible to apply to work with them. WATCH VIDEO
LEARN MORE ABOUT COHOUSING IN AUBURN
You are invited to a FREE presentation about cohousing via zoom on Thursday, February 10 from 5:30-6:30pm. Future residents of the Auburn project will share information and answer questions. For more information, visit the Auburn Cohousing website + RSVP TODAY!
Please note: this workshop is not a County of Placer sponsored event and the County is not involved with the workshop.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING IN AUBURN
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8 AT 9AM
Location: The Domes
175 Fulweiler Avenue | Auburn, CA 95603
The Board of Supervisors meeting includes several items that are specific to Western District 5:
• Regional Forest Health Program Update
• Ordinance Repealing and Replacing Placer County Code Chapter 12, Article 12.26, Entitled “Camping and Personal Property Storage on County Property and Public Areas”
• Housing-Related Code Amendments | Presentation by the Planning Services Division to Address Comments Raised at the November 16, 2021 Board of Supervisors’ Meeting
These and other items will be presented at the meeting.
GIVE YOUR HOME A WILDFIRE PREPAREDNESS MAKEOVER
If this last year taught us anything, it is more important now than ever to prepare our homes for emergencies. Please start now! Consider taking the time to give your home a wildfire preparedness makeover. We have many options to support defensible space work and property clearing!
JOB OPPORTUNITY! MEADOW VISTA MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL + WEIMAR/APPLEGATE/COLFAX MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL PART-TIME SECRETARY POSITIONS AVAILABLE
The Placer County Board of Supervisors Office has part-time secretary openings for both the Meadow Vista Municipal Advisory Council (MV MAC) and the Weimar/ Applegate/ Colfax Municipal Advisory Council (WAC MAC). Both positions can be filled by one person. The positions require attendance at regular and special meetings of the MAC, which meet as needed, either virtually or in person. In-person meetings of the Meadow Vista MAC are held at the Meadow Vista Community Center and in-person meetings of the WAC MAC are held at the Colfax City Hall. Virtual meetings are conducted via Zoom.
The MAC secretary is responsible for posting and mailing public meeting notices and agendas, preparing and distributing summary meeting minutes, and maintaining the records of the MAC in coordination with Placer County staff. This contract position is paid on a per-meeting basis.
Municipal Advisory Councils (MACs) are comprised of local residents who advise the Board of Supervisors on issues or concerns. MACs are designed to provide a local public forum where information about land use, transportation and general county information is shared and discussed. Residents are welcome and encouraged to attend MAC meetings to talk about issues that are important to them. LEARN MORE
To find out more about this opportunity, please contact Teri Ivaldi at the Placer County Board of Supervisors’ Office at 530-889-4010.
PLACER COUNTY EMPLOYMENT WEBSITE IS UPDATED REGULARLY
Check out Placer County’s employment website for a list of open positions, including internships. Job seekers can apply for positions and sign up for job alerts to be notified of openings.
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WEBSITE FEEDBACK SURVEY
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FREE TAX PREP AVAILABLE NOW
Eligible individuals and families can have their taxes prepared and filed for free now through March 31. Anyone earning income up to $57,000 in 2021 is eligible for this free program. Limited in-person appointments also available. LEARN MORE
175 Fulweiler Ave., Auburn, CA 95603
Supervisor Cindy Gustafson: cindygustafson@
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Deputy District Director Katelynn Hopkins: email@example.com.
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