Boards, Commissions and Committees

Child Care & Development Local Planning Council

Committee Child Care & Development Local Planning Council
Enabling Legislation BOS Minute Orders dated September 25, 1991, and September 10, 1991; Government Code §8499; BOS Minute Order and Resolution 98-139 dated March 10,1998
Membership 30 members - 15 appointed by the BOS (each Board Member shall appoint three) and 15 appointed by the Superintendent of Schools. Membership shall consist of persons from five categories: consumer, child care provider, public agency representative, community representatives, and public members - serving at the discretion of the appointing bodies. Twenty percent of the members must come from each category (AB 1542). Three appointments by each Board member in five categories (20% from each): consumer (a parent or person who receives or has received childcare services within the past 36 months), child care provider or representative, public agency representative, community representative and public members at the discretion of the appointing bodies; 4-year coterminous term
Term Specifications 4 years - coterminous with the appointing Supervisor.
Compensation None
Duties Assess and prioritize the community's child care and develop needs. The Planning Council is responsible for providing recommendations to the State Department of Education on local priorities in the allocation of State and Federal child care and development funds.
Qualifications 1. Twenty percent of the membership shall be consumers; 2. Twenty percent of the membership shall be child care providers, reflective of the range of child care of providers in the county; 3. Twenty percent of the membership shall be public agency representatives; 4. Twenty percent of the membership shall be community representatives, who shall not be child care providers or agencies that contract with the department to provide child care and development services; 5. Twenty percent shall be appointed at the discretion of the appointing agencies
Meeting Schedule
AB 1234 Ethics Training Pursuant to Government Code Section 53235, if any local agency provides any type of compensation, salary, or stipend to a member of a legislative body or provides reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses incurred by a member of a legislative body in the performance of official duties, then all agency officials shall receive training in ethics.
Oath of Office Not Required
Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700) Not Required
Contact Matilda Soria (559) 497-3831
2405 Tulare Street, Suite 100 Fresno, CA 93721

Members

Position Members Appointed Date Term Expires Districts
Community Rep. Vital, Alvin 2/12/2019 1/3/2023 District 1
Provider Vacant 4/7/2015 1/7/2019 District 1
Community Rep. Flores, Sandra R. 6/4/2019 1/2/2023 District 1
Community Rep. Miller, Mary Beth 3/7/2017 1/4/2021 District 2
Public Agency Rep. Gunn, Megan 3/7/2017 1/4/2021 District 2
Public Agency Rep. Tupper, Megan 3/7/2017 1/4/2021 District 2
Discretionary position Nicholson, Cherella (Term Expired) 6/17/2014 1/9/2017 District 3
Consumer Davies-Balch, Shantay R. 1/29/2019 1/4/2021 District 3
Consumer Vacant 3/2/2004 1/4/2021 District 3
Discretionary position Vacant 4/24/2004 1/7/2019 District 4
Public Agency Rep. Vacant 8/24/2010 1/5/2019 District 4
Consumer Vacant 3/13/2012 1/9/2021 District 4
Provider Vacant 3/13/2012 1/7/2019 District 5
Provider Golden, Sloane (Term Expired) 3/10/2015 1/7/2019 District 5
Discretionary position Harris, Shirley Jean 4/4/2017 1/4/2021 District 5