Public Trustees Committee
The Public Trustees Committee is responsible for the City’s work in supervising the administration of trustees, administrators and guardians. Supervision shall guarantee the rights of persons who are unable to take care of themselves, manage their property or otherwise protect their own rights.
The Public Trustees Committee is responsible for the Public Trustees Department.
The committee meets 11 times a year. The committee consists of five members and five substitute members.
The Public Trustees Committee is appointed by the City Council.