City Council Reappoints Members To Advisory Commissions

Walnut Creek officials are also seeking applicants for new members on the commissions

City of Walnut Creek
City of Walnut Creek
The Walnut Creek City Council on Tuesday night reappointed nine people for new four-year terms on advisory commissions.

The appointees were:

Joe Bologna to the Arts Commission

Tom Worthy, Fred Weston and Jodi Davenport to the Park, Recreation and Open Space Commission

Matt Francois to the Planning Commission

Philip Volkmann, Michael Fotheringham and Daphne Cothren to the Design Review Commission

Chris Hansel to the Transportation Commission

In addition. Lynn Meisch was appointed as the Contra Costa County Library Commission representative for a term that ends on Dec. 15.

There is still one opening on the arts commission, parks commission, library commission and the Contra Costa County Advisory Council on Aging.

There are two openings on the planning and transportation commissions.

Applications are available at City Hall. They must be turned in by Jan. 29.

Bob Brittain January 09, 2014 at 04:36 PM
For most Commissions, yes, WC residence is required. As I recall, that is not necessary for Design Review.
One more time with feeling January 11, 2014 at 01:33 PM
If a commission-appointee is NOT a Walnut Creek resident and registered voter, what happens?
David Mills January 11, 2014 at 01:37 PM
One more time... if a person isn't a resident and/or a registered voter, their application isn't accepted. If someone slipped through and was appointed... I believe they would be taken off the commission once it was discovered they didn't live in Walnut Creek
One more time with feeling January 29, 2014 at 01:46 PM
Reword my 1/11 question: When did the City of Walnut Creek annex Alamo and Lafayette?
One more time with feeling March 13, 2014 at 06:00 PM
Really? No one can do a Google search on names?


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