SECOND VACANCY ANNOUNCED ON SPRING VALLEY COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP

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Source: Spring Valley Community Planning Group

July 14, 2017 (Spring Valley)—A second vacancy has been announced on the Spring Valley Community  Planning Group effective immediately, due to family commitments by Lance Unverzagt that make him unable to attend meetings.  Another vacancy also exists due to the recent retirement of James Comeau.

The County Board of Supervisors will ultimately make the appointments based on the recommendations of the Planning Group. Please refer to the San Diego County Roster of Boards, Commissions and Committees on their web site at: http://www.sdcounty.ca .gov/cob/. The applications will be reviewed and a vote for recommendation of appointment will be made at a future meeting.

Those wishing to apply to become a member of the Spring Valley Community Planning Group are requested to inform the Group Chair, Lora Lowes, 619-461-7243, of their desire to serve and to receive an application. They are then invited to present themselves in person to the Group at the next available meeting at the OTAY WATER DISTRICT, 2554 Sweetwater Springs Blvd., Lower Training Room at 7:00pm to inform the group in a short presentation of their credentials and their desire and availability to serve. The Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month.

Applicants must reside in the Spring Valley planning area to be eligible for election to the Group. Candidates must present a completed County application, be at least 18 years of age, be registered to vote in the Planning Group area and disclose any financial interest in real estate or business in Spring Valley other than their home (if any- Form 700).

Planning Group members provide a critical service to the community by giving vital input to the County on development and other activities within the Group’s boundaries. Decisions made by the County impact what happen in our community. To make sure that community members’ voices are heard, please consider serving.