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City Seeks Residents for Commissions

The terms of seven commissions or committee members on two City of San Marino advisory boards are set to expire on June 30.

The city clerk’s office has made a call for residents interested in serving on these boards to apply.

The two-year terms of Design Review Committee Members Frank Hsu and William Dietrick expire on June 30. Hsu and Dietrick have served on the DRC since July 2015.

Design Review Committee Members are eligible to serve no more than four consecutive terms.

The terms of alternative committee members Judy Johnson-Brody and Chris Huang will also expire on June 30. They have served since July 2016.

The DRC meets twice a month on Wednesday evenings to review and decide the compatibility of additions and design alterations to San Marino’s residential and commercial structures per the city’s municipal code and design guidelines.

James Coupe and Arti Gupta have served on the Traffic Advisory Committee since July 2013. Their first four-year terms will expire at the end of next month.

Commissioners are permitted to serve no more than two four-year terms on the five-member Traffic Advisory Commission.

The first term of Commission Alternate Calvin Lo will also expire on June 30. Lo was appointed in July 2015.

The commission, which meets on the third Monday of each month, is tasked with recommending actions to the San Marino City Council on matters of traffic, parking and transportation matters.

Two positions on the Crowell Public Library Board of Trustees will expire at the end of May.

Mary Hsu, who has served on the board since June 2012, will complete her first full three-year term since the commencement of term limits for city elected officials.

Alternate Board Member Stefan Dietrich will round out the end of his first term, of which he was appointed to serve the remaining year.

The Library Board of Trustees advises and informs the council on matters related to the public library.

Two seats, which would expire in 2020, continue to be vacant on the eight-member Recreation Commission.

On Wednesday, May 10, the city council considered an item to reduce the number of recreation commissioners from eight to seven due to the persistence of these two vacancies.

The Recreation Commission advises and informs the council on issues related to public recreation programs.

Applications for all of these positions can be found in the city clerk’s office on the second floor of San Marino City Hall, 2200 Huntington Drive, or online on the Boards and Commission page of cityofsanmarino.org.

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