Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Council (MAC)
Municipal Advisory Councils (MACs) are groups of residents from the local community who advise the Board of Supervisors on concerns. They are open forums where information about land use, transportation and general county information is shared and discussed. Residents can attend these meetings in their own community and talk about issues that are important to them.
For more information regarding the Granite Bay MAC, please contact MAC Administrator, District Director Ashley Brown at: 916-787-8954 or email@example.com.
Requests can be faxed to the Board's District Office at: 916-787-8959.
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Here is a calendar showing monthly MAC meetings, with information on locations.
Past Agendas and Minutes
2018 Agendas and Minutes
For archived agendas and minutes, contact us at 530-889-4010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virg Anderson has lived in Granite Bay since 1978, currently residing off of Barton Road between Olive Ranch and Cavitt-Stallman. Since moving to Granite Bay Virg has been very active in the community having been a Fire Fighter for South Placer Fire District, a Board Member for the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, a Scoutmaster for both Boy Scout troops 121 and 48 as well as District Commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America. Virg has served on the Granite Bay MAC for eight years.
When asked why he first applied (and wishes to remain) on the Granite Bay MAC, Virg responded:
“To help the community develop parks and trails.”
Virg is married with three children and three grandchildren.
Eric J. Bose and his family live in southeast Granite Bay. An urban planner and real estate developer by trade, Eric has a comprehensive background in local and regional growth issues and methodologies; and has been involved with planning and development across the southwest United States and in International locations. Eric has served on the MAC since 2008 and has been involved with the Community Plan Review Subcommittee
In addition to his involvement with the MAC, Eric was elected in 2010 as a Trustee to the Eureka Union School District Governing Board, and volunteers extensively in the community through coaching with the Eureka Youth Soccer Club, fundraising for the Eureka Schools Foundation, volunteering on various committees and activities with the Eureka Union School District and his Church community, and as a professional musician.
When asked why he wished to serve on the MAC, Eric replied: "To serve our community, by applying my leadership, professional expertise and long term commitment toward making a difference; and to assist in the shaping and preservation of the long-term community visions of Granite Bay."