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Walnut Creek Looks To Fill Councils And Commissions

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Walnut Creek, CA, Government, City seeks members of councils and commissions.

Walnut Creek is looking for some civic-minded residents to represent the city on an array of councils and commission.

Applications are being accepted for vacancies on the Arts Commission; Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Commission; Planning Commission; Transportation Commission; and for a Walnut Creek representative on the Contra Costa County Advisory Council on Aging (ACOA) and the Contra Costa County Library Commission.

Applicants for all positions must live in incorporated Walnut Creek and be registered voters.

There are two openings on the Planning and Transportation commissions; one opening on the Arts and PROS commissions; and one opening for a Walnut Creek representative on the Advisory Council On Aging and the Contra Costa County Library Commission. Appointments will be made for a term of four years, with the exception of the Contra Costa County Library Commission. This appointment is for the Alternate representative and will be for a period of two years.

The City Council will interview and identify a qualified applicant for the Advisory Council On Aging. The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors will have final approval authority for the applicant.

Applications are available on the City’s website at www.walnut-creek.org; at the City Clerk’s Office, 1666 N. Main Street; by phone (925) 943-5818; and via e-mail at smartinez@walnut-creek.org.

Completed applications and the supplemental questionnaires must be submitted to the City Clerk’s Office no later than 5 p.m., Wed., Jan. 29. The City Council will interview selected applicants the evening of Tues., Feb. 18.
For information, please contact Suzie Martinez, City Clerk, at (925) 943-5819.