Temecula City Council changes process for board, commission appointments

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The city of Temecula will change the way it appoints citizens to board and commission positions in the city government, council members voted Oct. 8. Temecula has three commissions – community services, planning and public and traffic safety – along with one board, the Old Town Local Review Board, each of which has five members. Previously, the members of each were appointed by the city council, under the recommendation of a subcommittee consisting of two council members, for three-year terms ending in June for the planning commission and Old Town Local Review Board in October for the community services and public and traffic safety commissions. With the new changes, the full city council will now review applications and hear a brief presentation and interview prospective boar
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