Alamo Community Council, what is it!
Original post made by CDSI community courtesy on May 4, 2008
Please access www.alamore.org for definition of all county committees in our region. The following is listed as ACC definition:
Alamo Community Council
The Alamo Community Council (ACC) is not a formal advisory committee, but it has been in existence for many years and meets on a regular basis. These meetings are hosted by the County Supervisor's office. They offer an opportunity for the various organizations within the Alamo community to build lines of communication with each other and with the supervisor.
Meetings are informal and usually include reports from various groups on their activities in Alamo. Every so often speakers are invited to discuss issues of importance to the community such as plans for road improvements, or public safety presentations by the Sheriff's office. The public is welcome to attend these meetings.
This information is inaccurate. In 2006, Supervisor Piepho unilaterally disbanded the Alamo Area Council and created her own council under her control of agendas and discussions. ACC does not represent Diablo Vista (Alamo) regions' neighborhoods or are Diablo Vista region neighborhoods informed of agendas or discussions to be pursued at ACC meetings. The real function of ACC is to bring together members of other county advisory committees, appointed or select by the supervisor, in our region and to effect the Supervisor's policies among the participants.
Refer to ACC meeting times listed at www.alamore.org.
Posted as a community courtesy by:
Jane Murphy, Ph.D.
Host member, CDSI Research Fellowship
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