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City Seeks Commissioners

There are two vacant positions on the Design Review Committee, one vacant spot for a city representative on the Contra Costa County Library Commission and one for the county transit authority.

City Seeks Commissioners

From Mercy G. Cabral, City of Martinez Deputy City Clerk

The City of Martinez encourages people to serve in an advisory capacity on one of the city’s various committees, commissions or as a representative on an outside agency.

The City of Martinez is now accepting applications for:

Design Review Committee: two vacancies — two year term; meet second & fourth Wednesdays of every month at 4 p.m.; members can be a Martinez resident or qualified professional (architect, landscape architect or possess a certificate from the CA Nurserymen’s Association) familiar with the City.

Contra Costa County Library Commission (City representative): one vacancy, alternate — two year term. Meet quarterly at 7 p.m.; Pleasant Hill Library, 1750 Oak Park Blvd, Pleasant Hill.

Central Contra Costa Transit Authority Citizens Advisory Committee & Accessible Services Committee (City representative): One vacancy. Meets second Friday of everyother month at 9:30 AM; 2477 Arnold Industrial Way, Concord.

For further information or to obtain an application contact the City Clerk's Office, , or call (925) 372-3512.

Applications may be found on the city’s website at cityofmartinez.org and are accepted on a continuous basis for all commissions in the event a vacancy should occur and will remain on file for two years.

Residence within the corporate limits shall be a requisite for membership except where noted. Applicants may be interviewed by the City Council.

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