Temecula council makes appointments to Community Services, Public/Traffic Safety commissions

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The Temecula City Council made one new appointment and reappointed three incumbents to city commissions at the council’s Feb. 11 meeting. Two seats each on the city’s Community Services and Public/Traffic Safety commissions were up for grabs. The terms for each seat expired in October, but the city council voted to extend the terms temporarily after it realigned its commission system so that seats on those commissions would run through December. Eric Levine will continue to serve with Community Services, while Brad Sullivan and James Richardson will stay on at Public/Traffic Safety. Eric Willis did not reapply for his position on the Community Services Commission, and the council named Chris Krstevski to the seat. Krstevski, who in his day job serves as the city of Escondid
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