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Community Action Advisory Board
The Board meets at 8 am on the first Tuesday of odd-numbered months in the Center for Community Health, 1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., Bldg. 17, Room C210C, Vancouver.
|The Advisory Task Force subcommittee informs the Board on legislation and efforts that might impact people of lower income in Clark County. The Advisory Task Force meets on the first Tuesday of even-numbered months at 11 am at The Diner Vancouver, 5303 E Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver|
The Community Action Advisory Board (CAAB) is comprised of twelve members representing a cross section of the community. Board membership includes low-income residents, elected officials, and the general community.
The advisory board conducts a triennial needs assessment to inform funding recommendations addressing essential human needs and promoting self-sufficiency through services provided by community-based organizations.
The CAAB currently meets at 8am on the second Tuesday of odd-numbered months at the Center for Community Health, Room C210C, 1601 E Fourth Plain Boulevard, Vancouver, and other times as needed. Starting in May 2019, meetings will be held on the first Tuesday of odd-numbered months at 8am in the Center for Community Health.
The CAAB is a tripartite board including elected officials as described in Section 675(c)(3), "To require each state to certify as a part of its annual application that: (A) in the case of community action agency (CAA) or nonprofit private organization, each board will be selected by the CAA or nonprofit private organization; (B) in the case of public organization receiving funds, such organization either establish (1) a board which at least one-third of the members or persons chosen in accordance with democratic selection procedures adequate to assure that they are representatives of the poor in the area served; or (2) another mechanism specified by the state to assure low-income citizen participation in the planning, administration and evaluation of projects for which such organization has been funded."
For additional information about the Community Action Advisory Board, contact Rebecca Royce at email@example.com.
|1||Laurie Lebowsky, Vancouver City Council||Elected officials||12/31/2019|
|1||Adam Kravitz, Board Secretary||Community||12/31/2020|
|2||Doug Boff, La Center City Council||Elected officials||12/31/2020|
|2||Bridget McLeman, Board Chair||Community||12/31/2018|
|3||Alishia Topper, County Treasurer||Elected officials||12/31/2020|
|4||Amy Boget, Yacolt Town Council||Elected officials||12/31/2019|
|4||Lydia Sanders, Board Vice Chair||Low-income||12/31/2019|
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