Volunteers needed for public official positions
The city of Grass Valley is ready to appoint members to commissions with vacancies and now all they need is volunteers. The Historical Commission has one vacancy to fill, the City’s Fee Committee needs one public member, and the Parks and Recreation Commission is seeking a youth member.
Details of the vacancies are below:
Parks and Recreation Commission youth member
• The commission proposes activities, programs, and resources for the City’s park and recreation system. The youth position allows for young people to have a voice in determining recreational facilities and programs.
• The applicant must be between 14 and 21 years old.
• The term expires Jan. 1, 2005.
• Members receive $35 for each meeting attended.
• Regular meetings are the third Monday of each month at 3 p.m.
Historical Commission member
• The commission identifies and verifies historical resources for preservation and makes recommendations to the City Council about designating appropriate historical landmarks.
• The five-member commission meets on the third Thursday of each month at 3 p.m. Additional meetings can be called if necessary.
• Members receive no monetary compensation for their duties.
• Term expires July 1, 2008
City’s Fee Committee public member
• The Committee reviews the proposed changes to the City’s various fee systems and makes recommendations to the City Council.
• Current members are Councilwoman Linda Stevens, Executive Director of the Nevada County Contractors Association Barbara Bashall, City Administrator Gene Haroldson, Director of Finance Carol Fish, and Director of Public Works Rudi Golnik.
• The committee meets as needed.
• Members receive no monetary compensation.
To apply for the vacancies, applicants must submit a letter of interest to City Clerk Bobbi Poznik-Coover at City Hall. For more information about the positions, contact Poznik-Coover at 274-4310 or firstname.lastname@example.org via e-mail.
– The Union staff
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