Laguna Beach : Applicants Sought for Advisory Committees
The City Council is seeking applicants for eight posts in various advisory committees.
Laguna Beach residents may apply by July 10, said City Clerk Verna L. Rollinger. All applicants will be interviewed by the council at the July 15 meeting at 6 p.m.
The unpaid positions fill current vacancies that expire in January, but committee members may be renominated for an additional one-year term.
Applications are available at the city clerk’s office, 505 Forrest Ave., or by calling (714) 497-3311, Ext. 209.
The seats available are:
Two on the Cable Television Committee, which reviews the operation of the franchise and programming broadcast over the local access channel.
Two on the Parking, Traffic and Circulation Committee, an advisory board on public transit matters.
One on the Recreation and Community Services Committee, which also deals with community needs.
One on the Energy and Environment Committee, which focuses on energy conservation and other environmental issues.
Two on the Housing Committee, involved in implementing the city’s housing project and applying for federal block grants.