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REAP County Committee Members
The 2008 session of the legislature amended the REAP Act to make it easier for county officials and mayors to appoint designees to county committees. It also expanded the list from which historical interests can be drawn from as members of the committee.
The 2008 expansion for historical interests include:
These historical representatives will be appointed by the county board of supervisors, and if the appointee represents an entity established by a city, the board will consult with the city authority that established the entity.
The law says that REAP county committee members generally are to be members of some county organization (above), but anyone of the public can and should be encouraged to attend and participate in the meetings.
Meetings should be held at least once a year, and the county supervisors are asked to provide the meeting room, clerical assistance and expenses of the committee from the county general fund. (Although, before any expenses are made, county supervisors should be thoroughly informed and grant their approval.)
Your County Committee
The chair or contact person for each county committee is asked to provide their contact information to the DNR for posting on the REAP website so that others may reach them. The following provides a link to the current list of county committee contacts: View contact information for the REAP Chair in your county.