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File #: 23-469    Version: 4 Name:
Type: Discussion Item Status: Passed
File created: 9/13/2023 In control: Family and Human Services Committee
On agenda: 9/25/2023 Final action:
Title: CONSIDER recommending to the Board of Supervisors appointment of Mattieu Rogers to the Low-Income Sector Alternate 2 Seat with a term expiring on June 30, 2024 and the reappointments of Alison McKee to Private/Non-Profit Sector 3 Seat, Monisha Merchant to Private/Non-Profit Sector 4 Seat, Devlyn Sewell to Private/Non-Profit Sector 5 Seat, Desire Medlen to Low-Income Sector 3 Seat with terms expiring on June 30, 2025 on the Contra Costa Economic Opportunity Council. (Christina Reich, EOC Staff)
Attachments: 1. A. McKee Redacted App, 2. D. Medlen Redacted App, 3. D. Sewell Redacted App, 4. M. Rogers Redacted App, 5. M. Merchant Redacted App, 6. EOC Roster 07.03.23
Meeting Date: September 25, 2023
Subject: Appointments to Advisory Bodies
Submitted For: Family and Human Services Committee
Department: County Administrator
Referral No: N/A
Referral Name: N/A
Presenter: N/A
Contact: Christina Reich (925) 608-8819

Referral History:
On January 7, 2020, the Board of Supervisors adopted Resolution No. 2020/1 adopting policy amendments governing appointments to boards, committees, and commissions that are advisory to the Board of Supervisors. Included in this resolution was a requirement that applications for at-large/countywide seats be reviewed by a Board of Supervisors committee.

The Economic Opportunity Council (EOC) is a tripartite advisory board to the Board of Supervisors and the Employment and Human Services Department, Community Services Bureau for Contra Costa County administration of the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG).

The duties and responsibilities of the EOC include: reviewing fiscal and programmatic reports submitted by Community Services Bureau (CSB) staff; reviewing performance of Community Services Block Grant contractors and the Weatherization program services; selecting EOC officers and appointing members to committees; making recommendations to the County Board of Supervisors on all proposals and budgets related to Community Services Block Grant and Weatherization programs; and requiring and receiving budget and other reports prepared by CSB staff every other month along with an Annual Report.

The Economic Opportunity Council includes 15 members and 2 alternates, divided equally among three "sectors", the Public Sector, the Low-income Sector, and the Private/Non-Profit Sector. There are 5 Public Sector seats; five (5) Low-Income Sector seats and one (1) Low-Income Sector alternate seat; and five (5) Private/Non-Profit Sector seats plus one (1) Private/Non-Profit Sector Alternate seat.

Referral Update:
The appointment of Mattieu Rogers to the Low-Income Sector...

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