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County advisory boards have vacancies

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From page A4 | September 10, 2013 |

Local residents are being recruited to fill vacancies on dozens of Yolo County advisory bodies. For information on specific vacancies, and to submit an application, visit www.yolocounty.org (go to Government > Board of Supervisors > Advisory Bodies), call the clerk of the board’s office at 530-666-8195 or contact your Yolo County supervisor.

Vacancies exist on: Board of Directors of Yolo County Historical Museum; Capay Valley General Plan Citizens’ Advisory Board; Childcare & Development Planning Council; Children’s Alliance; Commission on Aging and Adult Services; Community Services Action Board; Dunnigan General Plan Citizens’ Advisory Board; Emergency Medical Care Committee; Esparto General Plan Citizens’ Advisory Board; In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Board.

Also, Knights Landing General Plan Citizens’ Advisory Board; Local Mental Health Board; Madison General Plan Citizens’ Advisory Board; Maternal, Child & Adolescent Health Advisory Board; Yolo-Zamora General Citizens Advisory Board; Yolo County Housing Commission; Knights Landing Cemetery District; North Davis Meadows County Service Area; Snowball County Service Area No. 6; and Knights Landing Community Service District.

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