The ATCAA Board is comprised of up to (18) members who are part of a tripartite board structure that is designated to promote the participation of the entire community in the reduction or elimination of poverty. Community Action Agency tripartite board structure seeks to involve the community, including elected public officials, private sector representatives, and especially low-income residents in assessing local needs and attacking the causes and conditions of poverty.
Amador-Tuolumne Community Resources, Inc. (ATCR): Because ATCAA is a public agency and many donors and endowment foundations may need to give to Private Non-Profit organizations (501-c-3), ATCAA formed the Mother Lode Community Action Foundation in 1990. The Foundation changed its name from the Mother Lode Community 1998 Action Foundation to its present name, Amador Tuolumne Action Agency (ATCAA).
Board Agenda & Packet
Board Agendas and are posted 72 hours before the meeting.
ATCAA Board Meetings:
ATCAA Board Committees and meetings scheduled:
Internal Affairs Committee: No meeting scheduled.
Executive Committee: No meeting scheduled.
Nominating Committee: No meeting scheduled.
Ralph M. Brown Act:
As a public agency, ATCAA follows the open meeting Ralph M. Brown, California Government Code § 54950.