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2016 Town Council Members

President: Don Henry
Secretary: Mary Johnson
Treasurer: Troy Fosberg
Clerk:  Ed Porter
Member: Candy Clemente
Member: Scott Keller
Member: Lou Vince

Town Council members can be contacted by email at info@adtowncouncil.com

 


Updates

Hauled Water Initiative for Single-Family Residential New Development Draft Environmental Impact Report is released.
Jun 2nd, 2016
The County of Los Angeles has completed a Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) to evaluate environmental impacts of the adoption of a proposed ordinance to allow hauled water as the primary source of potable water for new single-family residential construction in unincorporated areas of the County of Los Angeles, where there is no available service from a public or private water purveyor and where it has been demonstrated that an on-site groundwater well is not feasible. This project is referred to as the proposed initiative. The 50-day public review period for the Draft EIR starts on Tuesday, May 31, 2016, and ends on Wednesday, July 20, 2016. read more

LA County Animal Care & Control Licensing Enforcement to start June 15, 2016
Jun 2nd, 2016
Animal Care and Control will be in the Agua Dulce and Acton areas beginning June 15, 2016 for field licensing enforcement for all cats and dogs. Make sure your pets are in compliance with licensing requirements, spay/neuter, and microchipping. Residents not in compliance will be subject to license fees, delinquency charges, and a $40 field enforcement fee. read more

Comments on Hauled Water Initiative Draft EIR Due by July 20
Dec 31st, 1969
Hauled Water Initiative for Single-Family Residential New Development Draft Environmental Impact Report is released. The County of Los Angeles has completed a Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) to evaluate environmental impacts of the adoption of a proposed ordinance to allow hauled water as the primary source of potable water for new single-family residential construction in unincorporated areas of the County of Los Angeles, where there is no available service from a public or private water purveyor and where it has been demonstrated that an on-site groundwater well is not feasible. This project is referred to as the proposed initiative. The 50-day public review period for the Draft EIR starts on Tuesday, May 31, 2016, and ends on Wednesday, July 20, 2016. read more

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About Us

The Agua Dulce Town Council is a California nonprofit organization and exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)4 of the Internal Revenue Code.  The Council relies on donations for its nominal operating expenses.


The Purpose of the Agua Dulce Town Council, per its Charter, is:

  1. To serve as a common meeting place for the free expression of all views
    and for the coming together of diverse opinions into a consensus
  2. To discuss issues concerning Agua Dulce, to invite participation by the
    public, civic, and private organizations
  3. To serve as Agua Dulce's representatives and to speak on behalf of the community
  4. To review public and private proposals that may affect the community
  5. To neither support nor oppose any political party or candidate

The Agua Dulce Town Council consists of seven members voted upon by the community of Agua Dulce to act as representatives of the community with local, County, State, and Federal offices.
It is vital to the community of Agua Dulce and the wonderful rural lifestyle we enjoy here that the community stay active and participate with their Town Council.

Meetings the 2nd Wednesday of the month
6:30PM Administrative Meeting
7:00PM Community Meeting
at the Agua Dulce Women's Club
33201 Agua Dulce Canyon Road
The public is always welcome to attend.

Agenda Item Request

Individuals and groups may request that the Town Council place specific issues on the agenda of a future meeting. An agenda request form is available. Click here to download the Agenda Item Request Form.