The Los Angeles County West Vector and Vector-Borne Disease Control District was formed in 1944 and covers approximately 680 square miles, contains 23 cities, including the City of Manhattan Beach, and unincorporated territory of Los Angeles County. The purpose of the control district is to educate the public about vector-transmitted diseases, vector related injuries and provide additional information on services offered by the control district. Each city council, and county board of supervisors within the boundaries of the district, may appoint one (1) representative each to the Los Angeles County West Vector Control Board of Trustees.
Los Angeles County West Vector Control Board Trustee
|SEAT||MEMBER||ORIGINAL TERM APPOINTMENT
||CURRENT TERM EXPIRES
|| 6/19/12; 6/1/14
The Board of Trustees holds regular meetings once every two months on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:30 PM at the District's headquarters located at 6750 Centinela Avenue, Culver City. There are a total of six meetings per year (January, March, May, July, September, November). First time appointees are appointed for a two (2) year term; thereafter, a trustee may be appointed to a two (2) or four (4) year term at the discretion of City Council. There is no maximum tenure for this appointment. Pursuant to Section 2200 et seq. of the California Health and Safety Code, the new term for this appointment begins at 12:00 PM on the first Monday of January. This term will commence on January 5, 2015, at 12:00 PM. Please contact the Los Angeles County West Vector and Vector-Borne Disease Control District for more detailed information at (310) 915-7370.
- Commissioners and boardmembers are volunteer positions and will serve without compensation.
- With staff liaison approval, commissioners and boardmembers may be reimbursed for their reasonable and necessary costs and expenses incurred in connection with the performance of their duties.
- Elected officials are not eligible to serve on any commission or board.
- It is customary for commissioners and boardmembers to serve on one commission at a time. Should there be an insufficient amount of applicants for the Board of Building Appeals, Resolution No. 5702 authorizes the City Council to appoint qualified members of Boards and Commissions who are concurrently serving on the Board of Building Appeals, as well.