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Committee and Commission Information - Special Vacancies

 

SPECIAL VACANCY NOTICE

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Government Code Sections 54970 et seq., vacancies have occurred on the following City Council appointed boards/commissions/committees.

APPLICATIONS to serve on the committees/commissions listed below may be obtained from the City Clerk or the City’s Website: www.lomalinda-ca.gov and submitted to the City Clerk, City of Loma Linda 25541 Barton Road, Loma Linda, CA  92354.  Resumes are encouraged.

APPOINTMENTS will be scheduled upon receipt of sufficient applications.

August 2018

 Committee Application (click to open, print, complete and submit)

PARKS, RECREATION, BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE
- One vacancy exists

The Parks, Recreation & Beautification Committee consists of six (6) members who serve three-year terms.  The Committee reviews the City's present Parks and Recreation Element of the General Plan for recommending possible changes to the City Council; prepares recommendations pertaining to upgrading existing parks, acquiring additional park land, development of a trails system, the application of various grant moneys and establishing the parameters of a beautification program.  The Director of Public Works is the City's liaison staff member.  The Committee normally meets bi-monthly on the second Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the Civic Center.


TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE
- One vacancy exists

The Traffic Advisory Committee is comprised of 10 members, 4 appointed at large and 6 representing staff, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, Loma Linda Academy, Loma Linda University/Allied Health Systems and the Bryn Mawr School.  Committee members serve four-year terms. The task of the Committee is to review requests of citizens, staff, institutions and City Council pertaining to traffic safety items and subsequently submit recommendations to the City Council for consideration.  The Associate Engineer is the City's staff liaison member.  Meetings are held on a bi-monthly basis on the first Thursday at 6:00 p.m. in the Community Room of the Civic Center.


TRAILS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
- Two vacancies exists

The Trails Development Committee is comprised of 10 members who serve staggered three-year terms.  The tasks of the Committee include identifying and addressing trail related issues relating to the Transportation/Circulation, Conservation and Open Space, and Parks and Recreation Elements of the General Plan. The Director of Public Works is the City's liaison staff member.  The Committee normally meets on the fourth Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Community Room of the Civic Center.