CAPSAW is a public community action agency and must be governed by a board of directors that is comprised of:
One-third local elected officials or their representatives
One-third democratically elected representatives of low-income residents
One-third being representatives of businesses or private organizations
The CAPSAW Board meets on the 3rd Tuesday, of every month beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Government Center in Verona. Changes in the date or time of regularly scheduled meetings will be posted here as they occur. Contact CAPSAW for information on the sepcific room in which the meeting will be held. That information is also avaialble on the board agenda included in the Board Packet posted prior to each meeting.
CURRENT BOARD OPENINGS: Staunton Residents: NONE Augusta County Residents: democratically elected representative of low-income residents Waynesboro Residents: NONE
If you are interested in serving as a democratically elected representative of low-income community members or as a business or private sector representative please contact email@example.com for more information. Applications to serve as a business or private sector representative can be found on each of the locality websites: