HIGH SPRINGS – High Springs City Commissioners unanimously appointed two new members each to vacancies on the Plan and the Code Enforcement Boards during their Dec. 11 regular commission meeting.
David M. Graham and Luci Regansdorf will fill the two vacancies on the Planning Board, while Terry Maltbie and Arthur (Rick) Testa will fill two of the three vacant seats on the Code Enforcement Board. All appointments are for three years.
Planning Board member Tom DePeter said he was glad the two positions were filled as it has been difficult to schedule a meeting of their board recently due to a lack of a quorum.
“The Codes Enforcement Board is going to be a very important board for our city as we work on abandoned and neglected properties in the near future,” said City Manager Ed Booth.
“We still have one vacant seat on the Code Enforcement Board,” said Mayor Sue Weller. “In addition, board members are needed on the Tree Board (two), Housing Needs and Improvement Committee (three positions and one alternate) and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.”
Any High Springs resident interested in helping on one of these boards or committees can go to the city's web site to see what positions are available and obtain an application.
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