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The following articles were printed from Santa Maria Sun [santamariasun.com] - Volume 14, Issue 37
Santa Maria needs civic representatives
BY JOE PAYNE
The city of Santa Maria is accepting applications to serve on the All-American City Committee, the Landmark Committee, and the Santa Maria Community Television Committee. All applications will be accepted up until Jan. 3 at 5 p.m., with the City Council making appointments on Jan. 21.
The All-America City Committee needs members who will work to enhance, maintain, and evaluate the civic health and pride of the community through creative approaches and partnerships that include collaboration between the public and private sector. Members of the Landmark Committee will advise the City Council on the preservation and designation of historical landmarks, and must be city residents. The Santa Maria Community Television Board sets policies and regulations relating to public, educational, and governmental access to the station and serves as an appeals board for sanctions levied by the station manager against members.
Those interested in serving can complete an interactive application at cityofsantamaria.org/202.shtml or find one at the City Clerk, Santa Maria City Hall, 110 E. Cook St., Room 3, Santa Maria. More information is available at 925-0951, Ext. 305.
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