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League President Solicits Coastal City Officials to Serve on Coastal Cities Issues Group (CCIG) Leadership Committee

Deadline to Submit Letters of Interest is Friday, May 26

May 5, 2017
League President JoAnne Mounce is soliciting six elected officials, one from each of the six regions within the coastal zone, to serve on a new Leadership Committee of the League’s Coastal Cities Issues Group (CCIG).
 
The League board of directors created CCIG in November 2006 as a forum for cities within the coastal zone to discuss coastal issues and build a relationship with the California Coastal Commission.

This Leadership Committee will comprise one elected official and their respective city manager, or their staff designee, from each of the six regions within the coastal zone. Working with the chair, Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider, Leadership Committee members and their staff designees will help facilitate the operations of the CCIG, play a key role in its activities, including building relationships with Coastal Commissioners and staff. Members of the Leadership Committee must also be willing to serve as a point of contact for the Coastal Commission for cities within their coastal region.
 
To apply for the Leadership Committee, please address a letter of interest to President Mounce with your request and a brief bio or background statement. This statement should outline why you would be a good candidate to serve all coastal cities on the Leadership Committee and your background in the CCIG or coastal issues.
 
Friday, May 26 is the deadline to submit a letter of interest.
 
Leadership Committee application procedure and responsibility expectations are outlined in a letter from President Mounce.
 
Please send your letters to Derek Dolfie via email. He is also available to answer any questions you may have at (916) 658-8218.


 
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