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 Amador LAFCO Commissioners and Terms of Office (Updated as of March 1, 2018)
Office Term Began Term Ends Current Appointee Date Originally Assumed Office
County Seat #1

2018

2022

Brian Oneto

January 2010

County Seat #2
2016 
2020 Patrick Crew

February 2009

County Alternate

2016

2020

Lynn Morgan

January 2017

City Seat #1 2017 2021 Tim Murphy

February 2013

City Seat #2

2015

2019

Dominic Atlan
January 2015
City Alternate

2018

2019

Sandy Kyles
January 2018
Public Member

2015

2019

Jim Vinciguerra May 1999
Alternate Public

2014

2018

Byron Damiani June 2007

 

 LAFCO Officers:
 Patrick Crew, Chairman
 Jim Vinciguerra, Vice Chairman

 

The terms of office of each member of LAFCO shall be four years and until the appointment and qualification of his or her successor (GC §56334).

County members of LAFCO are appointed by the Board of Supervisors from their own membership (GC §56325).

The public member is appointed by the city and county members of LAFCO.

The city selection committee, composed of the mayor of each city in the county (GC §50270) appoints the city members, each of whom shall be a mayor or council member. The clerk of the county (Clerk to the Board of Supervisors) acts as permanent secretary and recording officer of the city selection committee (GC §56335 & §50276).

  • The mayors use a rotation plan to ensure fairness and allow each city to have representation for two years as alternate, then two years in city seat #2, followed by two years in city seat #1.
  • The rotation order is as follows: Amador City, Jackson, Sutter Creek, Ione, Plymouth. The biennial rotation is independent of the fixed four-year calendar terms assigned to each city position per statute.