Kings County agency, KCAG, seeks reps for advisory council

By The Leader Staff
Kings County agency, KCAG, seeks reps for advisory council

The Kings County Association of Governments (KCAG) executive director, Terri King, announced recently that KCAG is actively recruiting representatives for the Social Services Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC) to review and comment on certain transit needs.

The transit needs include the needs of the elderly, disabled, and persons of limited means within the county during the 2023 annual process for allocating Transportation Development Act (TDA) funds for public transit.

The SSTAC also advises the transportation planning agency on any other major transit issues, including coordinating and consolidating specialized transportation services.  The term of appointment shall be for three years, which may be renewed for an additional three-year term.

SSTAC members are to represent public transit users who are either elderly, disabled, or a person of limited means; public transit providers; social service providers; and social service agencies that provide services to these transit-dependent groups; as well as interested citizens.  

If you are interested in helping to improve public transit services within the county or know someone who would, please contact the KCAG office or download the “Application for Appointment to KCAG Committees” from the KCAG website at and submit your completed application to:

Kings County Association of Governments

Attn: Terri King, Executive Director

339 West D Street, Suite B

Lemoore, CA 93245

For more information on this program, please visit the KCAG website at or contact Teresa Nickell, Regional Planner, at (559) 852-2657.  Applications are accepted year-round. The KCAG Commission may appoint candidates at their regularly scheduled meeting.   

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