Archived News Release from 2006
For Immediate Release
Redwood City Boards, Commissions, Committees Need Energetic, Involved Members
Redwood City, CA - January 5, 2006 - The City of Redwood City is seeking applicants for appointment to several of its advisory boards, commissions, and committees. This is a wonderful opportunity for interested City residents to become involved in participating in City government and serving the community. Members of the public are invited to bring their interest, experience, and enthusiasm to one of these boards for the benefit of everyone who lives and works in Redwood City.
These appointed advisory bodies are an important and valued part of City government, where public involvement is actively encouraged and supported. Members of these boards, commissions, and committees represent Redwood City’s diverse community and bring new ideas to the City Council and staff, helping them to make the best, most informed decisions possible for the benefit of everyone living and working in Redwood City.
The City is currently seeking applicants for the following boards, commissions, and committees:
- Architectural Review Committee
- Board of Building Review
- Civic Cultural Commission
- Historic Resources Advisory Committee
- Home Improvement Loan Committee
- Housing and Human Concerns Committee
- Library Board
- Park and Recreation Commission
- Planning Commission
- Senior Affairs Commission
“Serving on one of the City’s boards is a great opportunity to get involved in some of the community’s most important issues,” said Barbara Pierce, Mayor of Redwood City. “We really need people with an interest in working on community issues, who bring their own diverse interests and experience as we work together to seek new, creative solutions.”
Further information and applications are available by calling the City Clerk’s office at 650-780-7220, on the City’s website, or by visiting the City Clerk’s office at City Hall, 1017 Middlefield Road, Redwood City.
Basic requirements are that applicants have an interest in civic and community improvement, are 18 years of age or older, are a United States citizen, and are a resident of incorporated Redwood City (some board or commission positions may have additional requirements or preferred areas of expertise).The deadline for submitting applications is March 17, 2006.
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