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LocationBoard of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians
2535 Capitol Oaks Drive
Sacramento, CA 95833
Phone: (916) 263-7800
Board Meeting Dates
|January 20, 2015
Special Board Meeting Via Telephone Conference
South El Monte
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|February 12-13, 2015
|Los Angeles, CA||Agenda - PDF||Items||-|
|May 14-15, 2015||Northern, CA||-||-||-|
|August 20-21, 2015||Los Angeles, CA||-||-||-|
|November 19-20, 2015||Bay Area, CA||-||-||-|
Committee Meeting Dates
Important Note: Due to budget restrictions and the need to minimize costs, these Committees currently do not meet. All policy issues are presented to the full board at its regularly scheduled meetings.
Other Meeting Dates
Board Meeting Agenda
Information regarding the specific meeting site location, with an address, shall be noticed on the Official Board or Committee Meeting Agenda.
All board meeting dates and locations are subject to change. Meeting times are approximate. Agenda items may be taken out of order. These meetings conform to the open meetings act.
This meeting facility is accessible to the physically disabled. Persons needing a disability-related accommodation or modification in order to participate in the meeting may make a request by contacting the board at (916) 263-7848 or for the hearing impaired, tdd (916) 322-1700; or by sending a written request to the board office at 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 205, Sacramento, California 95833, attention administrative analyst. Providing your request at least five (5) business days before the meeting will help to ensure availability of the requested accommodation.
The board makes every effort to meet in facilities that can accommodate the estimated 300-1200 members of the public who wish to observe its proceedings at any given location; however, at times, attendees may be asked to exchange seats with individuals waiting outside of the room to ensure that all interested parties have an opportunity to observe the proceedings. The board appreciates your cooperation should this occur.
Government code section 11125.7 provides the opportunity for the public to address each agenda item during discussion or consideration by a state body. Total time allocated for public comment may be limited.