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Veterans Affairs Commission

UPCOMING EVENTS 


APPLICATION for Veterans Affairs Commission

The Veterans Affairs Commission meets in the Eagle Room, 4th Floor, 15151 E. Alameda Parkway on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. However, due to the current COVID-19 situation, meetings are held virtually. For the most current information regarding meeting dates and times, click on the Boards & Commissions Calendar button.          

 
Purpose

To advise city council as to the concerns of veterans relating to transportation, housing, employment and other areas affecting veterans in the city. Make recommendations to city council of solutions to these issues and concerns. Serve as a source of information regarding resources and services available to veterans. Exercise other powers and duties as may be assigned by city council.  
 
Qualifications

- Must be an Aurora resident
- Registered voter
- Active Duty in a Uniformed Service of the United States or serving as a traditional Guardsman/Reservist or Individual Mobilization Augmentee. Or, honorably discharged from a Uniformed Service of the United States.

"Uniformed Service of the United States" shall mean either the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Space Force, Coast Guard, Public Health Service Commissioned Corps or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer Corps.

Membership

Number of members:  11 voting members and 1 non-voting alternate member 
Term:  3 years

Current Roster
  • Watik Aleem
  • Robert Chase Jr
  • Ralph Charlip - Chair
  • Gregory Echols
  • CW Fox
  • Cynthia Francis
  • Nathaniel Graff
  • Jeremy Lammon - Vice Chair
  • Melissa Sayouthasad 


City Staff Liaison

Jamie LaDuke

For questions related to veterans needs and resources:
Call 303.739.7087 and leave a message. Your call will be returned promptly. Or send an email to veterans@auroragov.org.

 

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