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Contra Costa: Residents needed to serve on county Aviation Advisory Committee

One member needed to advise board on airport and aviation-related issues

The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors is looking for a county resident to serve on the upcoming member at-large opening on its Aviation Advisory Committee (AAC).

Established in 1977, the AAC is a 13-member advisory committee primarily tasked with providing advice and recommendations the county board on aviation and airport related issues within Contra Costa County.

Residents who want to volunteer on the advisory committee should be advised that serving is an act of community service and members do not receive a salary from the county. Serving on an advisory board or committee is seen as an early necessity for many elected positions however, residents will receive experience for their efforts.

The term for the position begins upon appointment by the county Board of Supervisors and expires on Feb. 28, 2022.

The AAC typically meets once per month at either Byron Airport or the Buchanan Field in Concord.

Applications can be obtained from the clerk of the county Board of Supervisors by calling 335-1900 or online via the county website. Applications must be submitted online or returned to the county clerk in person at the county administration building Room 106, 651 Pine St., Martinez, no later than 5 p.m. Monday Jan. 28.

Applicants will need to be available for public interviews on Wednesday Feb. 13, 2019.

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