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Senior Advisory Committee

About

Chair: Kristine Rebillot
City Management Liaison: Sandra Kraus 707.778.4349

Meets: 2nd Thursday of January, March, May, July, September, and November at 8:30 a.m. at the Petaluma Senior Center, 211 Novak Drive.

The Senior Advisory Committee advises the City on issues and programs for seniors and active adults and the operation of senior facilities, including:

  • Identifying areas of interest and need for seniors and active adults in the Petaluma community.
  • Assist in the provision of recreational, social and health related programs for seniors and active adults.
  • Advise the city regarding senior program operations which include recruitment of volunteers and identifying and helping secure funding sources for future programming opportunities.
  • Any other advice deemed necessary by any members of the city council and/or city staff as it pertains to the well-being of seniors and active adults.

The committee has seven members, five of whom must be age 55 or older and two of whom must be at least age 18, appointed by the City Council, serving two-year terms.

Current Agenda (when applicable)
Archived Minutes (prior to 2014)
Archived Minutes (2014 to Present)

Members

NamePositionDepartmentPhoneContactSocial
Talia Winch Senior Advisory Committee Senior Advisory Committee Email
Wayne Wilson Senior Advisory Committee Senior Advisory Committee
Robin Schaef Senior Advisory Committee Senior Advisory Committee Email
Kristine Rebillot Senior Advisory Committee Senior Advisory Committee 707-981-7302 Email
Bonnie Koagedal Senior Advisory Committee Senior Advisory Committee 707-480-6224 Email
Angela Emerick Senior Advisory Committee Senior Advisory Committee 707-596-8529
Fred Carroll Youth Commissioner/Senior Advisory Committee Senior Advisory Committee Youth Commission 626-354-5033 Email
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