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File #: 23-023   
Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 12/19/2022 In control: Clark County Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 1/3/2023 Final action:
Title: Appoint up to 4 qualified individuals to serve on the Mountain Springs Citizens Advisory Council for a two-year term ending January 6, 2025, from the following list of applicants: Incumbents: Augustine Bustos, Tanya Harrah, Douglas Thompson and Paul Whissel. (For possible action)
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Bustos, Augustine Chase_2023_Redacted, 3. Harrah, Tanya_2023_Redacted, 4. Thompson, Douglas_2023_Redacted, 5. Whissel, Paul_2023_Redacted

CLARK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

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Petitioner:

Les Lee Shell, Deputy County Manager

Recommendation: 

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Appoint up to 4 qualified individuals to serve on the Mountain Springs Citizens Advisory Council for a two-year term ending January 6, 2025, from the following list of applicants: Incumbents: Augustine Bustos, Tanya Harrah, Douglas Thompson and Paul Whissel. (For possible action)

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BACKGROUND: 

Citizens Advisory Councils (CACs) were created to assist the Clark County Board of County Commissioners (County Commission) in an advisory capacity with the decision-making process in supplying public services to the various unincorporated areas in Clark County. Each CAC consists of area residents and serves as formal direct channels to the County Commission to allow greater input into the future of their areas.

CACs hold regular, public meetings throughout the year. At these meetings, members of the CACs are informed of matters pertaining to their respective area, provide input regarding various matters, forward the concerns or problems of residents to the County Commission, assist in long-term planning, and disseminate information of interest to the residents of the area.

Members must meet two (2) criteria: 1) be a qualified elector; and 2) be a resident of the unincorporated area encompassed by the CAC. Members serve without compensation for a two-year (2-year) term beginning January 2, 2023.

Pursuant to Clark County Code Section 3.32.050, CACs can consist of not less than three (3), nor more than five (5) members.

The County Commission is asked to appoint up to four (4) qualified individuals to the Mountain Springs CAC for a two-year (2-year) term ending January 6, 2025.