AFCo Commissioners sit as independent decision-makers and are required by law to exercise their independent judgment on behalf of the general public within Mendocino County. Commissioners exercise their responsibilities to consider their decisions within a regional or county-wide perspective without regard to a specific interest group or government agency.
Mendocino LAFCo is composed of seven regular Commissioners;
- two county supervisors appointed by the Board of Supervisors;
- two city council representatives selected by the City Selection Committee within Mendocino County;
- two special district respresentatives elected by the independent special districts of Mendocino County; and
- one public member selected by the other members of the Commission.
For each category of members represented (county, city, special district, and public) there is one alternate. Alternate members may attend LAFCo meetings but only vote on items when a regular member from their category is absent.
Each Commission member serves a four-year term. Mendocino LAFCo Commissioners receive a stipend of $50 to attend regular meetings of the Commission (Mendocino LAFCo Policy 3.7).
Applications are due October 28, 2022 for the four-year term January 1, 2023 - December 31, 2026.
|Commissioner||Member Representation||Term Expiration (December 31)|
|Scott Ignacio, Vice Chair||City (Point Arena)||2022|
|Mari Rodin||City (Ukiah)||2025|
|Matthew Froneberger||Special Districts (Russian River Flood Control District)||2022|
|Tony Orth, Chair||Special Districts (Brooktrails Township CSD)||2024|
|Gerald Ward, Treasurer||Public||2022|
|John Haschak||Alternate, County||2023|
|Gerardo Gonzalez||Alternate, City (Willits)||2025|
|Vacant||Alternate, Special District||2022|
|Richard Weinkle||Alternate, Public||2023|