SSJID’s elected Board of Directors is responsible for setting policy and organizational direction on behalf of its constituents.
Registered voters within each division elect a director for a four-year term of office. To contact a director, call the Board Secretary, Danielle Barney, at (209) 249-4623 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Board meets at least twice a month on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Other meetings may be scheduled during the month. Board meetings are typically held at 9 a.m. at the District’s main office located at 11011 East Highway 120, Manteca. Contact the Board secretary’s office, (209) 249-4623, for meeting dates, times, and agendas. Or you may view the current agenda here.
Get an agenda
An agenda is prepared the Friday before each meeting. It is posted online and on the public information board in front of the main office.
What happens at a Board meeting
Board meetings are called to order by the Board president, roll call is taken and the Pledge of Allegiance is recited. The president then asks for public comment on items that are not on the agenda. To participate, simply indicate your intent to the Board president at the time that public comments are requested. You will be asked to approach the podium and state your name and address. You may then speak to the Board about any item not on the regular agenda. In most cases, public comment is limited to five minutes per person. The Board is not permitted to act on any issue brought before them during public comment. If needed, the issue will be placed on a future agenda for discussion and possible action.
After public comments are closed, the Board will move on to the consent calendar, the action calendar, the general manager’s and various department head reports, and directors’ reports. The Board then considers any closed session items before adjournment. The public and most staff are not permitted to attend the closed session. Any action taken during closed session that is required to be reported by State law is reported to the Board secretary and is included in the meeting minutes.
If you wish to speak on an agenda item, wait until that item is presented. Once staff and the Board have discussed the item, you may then indicate your wish to speak on the item and will be asked to state your name and address for the record.