Plant and Wildlife Technical Advisory Committee (PAWTAC)
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What is the Plant and Wildlife Technical Advisory Committee (PAWTAC)? A committee that advises the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors on plant and wildlife issues. The committee should be formed of local experts who consult with other experts with special expertise on various plant and wildlife issues, including representatives of regulatory agencies. The committee shall formulate objectives which will be reviewed by the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors.
Term Limits: No term; appointed by Board of Supervisors.
Membership: Up to fifteen members with appropriate technical qualifications.
Contact: Peter Maurer, Planning Services (530) 621-5355
Meetings: PAWTAC standing meetings are the first Monday of the Month, at 2:00 p.m. Meetings stand unless cancelled. Meetings are subject to the Brown Act and are open to the public.
Meeting Location: 2850 Fairlane Court, Placerville, Building C, Conference Room 208 (second floor, check in at DOT front desk)
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