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Random Text: The Wyandotte Creek GSA is the exclusive agency responsible for implementing the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act and developing the Groundwater Sustainability Plan for the Wyandotte Creek subbasin. The Wyandotte Creek GSA is a five-member Board with one seat for each Member Agency, which includes Butte County, the City of Oroville, and the Thermalito Water and Sewer District, as well as two Stakeholder Director seats. One Stakeholder Director must meet the criteria for a non-agricultural domestic well user and the other must meet the criteria for an agricultural well user as described in the Joint Powers Agreement for the Wyandotte Creek GSA. Each seat on the Wyandotte Creek GSA Board has a primary member and an alternate. The Stakeholder Director seats are appointed by the Butte County Board of Supervisors. No appointment was made for the alternate for the domestic well user Director seat. Rick Wulbern submitted an application to the County for appointment to the Wyandotte Creek GSA Board as the alternate domestic well user Stakeholder Director on August 27, 2020. Mr. Wulbern meets the eligibility requirements for the position. (Water and Resource Conservation)