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Veterans Advisory Commission

Veterans Advisory Commission

The mission of the City Commission on Veterans' Affairs (CCVA) is to serve the Mayor and City Council in an advisory capacity on issues affecting the City's military population, both active and retired. These issues include elderly services, disabled services, homelessness, affordable housing, health, and employment. The Commission serves as the community's liaison and advocate for veterans' affairs and makes recommendations for improving services. The Commission will also consider the impact of any future base realignment and closures to the City's military population, and also act as a clearinghouse on the many services available to veterans. 

The CCVA is composed of 11 members: 10 district appointed members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one member appointed by the Mayor. Commissioners serve overlapping two-year staggered terms of office and may serve no more than three two-year terms.

The Commission meets on the third Monday of the month except for City holidays. Locations may vary. At a minimum, the meetings occur once a quarter with the typical cycle being every other month. For 2022, the Board determined monthly meetings will occur until the Board's Bylaws Subcommittee is suspended.

LiaisonNathan Roberts – 210-207-2712.

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There are currently no upcoming meetings for this committee.

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