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El Dorado County & Georgetown Divide Resource Conservation Districts

Welcome to the RCD!

Welcome to El Dorado County and Georgetown Divide Resource Conservation Districts. Resource Conservation Districts are grassroots government organizations that advise and assist individual landowners and public agencies in planning and implementation of conservation practices for the protection, restoration, or development of land, water, and related natural resources. As a local government entity, RCDs can work with any local, state or federal agency through simple cooperative agreements. Many times the RCD can get conservation activities on the ground faster, cheaper and with greater local sensitivity than any other government entity. Each RCD advise and assist individual landowners and public agencies in planning and implementation of conservation practices for the protection, restoration, or development of land, water, and related natural resources.

 

The El Dorado County Resource Conservation District (RCD) is preparing to appoint one qualified person to fill the vacancy on the Board of Directors.

The one vacancy on the Board of Directors will be filled by appointment on August 5, 2015.

The deadline for application is July 28, 2015.

This vacancy will be a partial term ending 12/17/2018.

 

To apply: Submit Application for Appointment. Document can be downloaded here:

Notice of Vacancy

Application

or by contacting the RCD office at 530-295-5633.

 

 

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Controller Requires Cities, Counties to Report Salaries of Government Officials

State Controllers Webpage: http://www.sco.ca.gov/index.html

Enter Government Compensation in California database

 

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