The Contra Costa Mosquito and Vector Control District Board is dedicated to preserving the health and welfare of residents by reducing the risk of diseases spread by insects and animals and offers services to the public to control insects and animals in a responsible, environmentally-conscious manner.
The term of the current trustee to the Contra Costa Mosquito and Vector Control District Board will expire May 6, 2018. The City of Oakley is accepting applications for a trustee to the Board until Friday, March 30, 2018 at 5 p.m. Applications will be considered by the Oakley City Council on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at its regularly scheduled meeting in which applicants are encouraged to attend to be interviewed.
An applicant must be a Contra Costa County taxpayer and at least the voting age of 18 with an interest in any of the following areas: public health, public policy, wetlands, farming, community education, finance, personnel or land development. The member of the Board appointed by the City shall be an elector and resident of the City of Oakley.
The Board of Trustees meet the second Monday evening of every other month. Meetings are held at the District office, 155 Mason Circle, Concord, California. Trustees may also serve on committees which meet approximately twice a month or as needed.
Trustees may be appointed for terms of two years or four years. If appointed to serve a first term, the trustee may serve for two years and may serve additional terms of two years or four years.
Trustees serve without compensation, but are allowed limited expenses for actual travel in connection with meetings or business of the Board.