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Twelve Positions Available on Monrovia City Commissions

Are you an aspiring civic leader? Do you have a passion for historic preservation, parks or urban planning? Are you looking for a way to share your knowledge for the betterment of your community?
If you answered “yes!” to any of these, then here’s your chance.

The City of Monrovia is seeking 12 Monrovians to serve on one of five commissions and boards. Applications are now being accepted.  The deadline to apply is 6 p.m. on May 22. Positions available are on the:
Planning Commission (2 positions available). 
Description: The seven members of the Planning Commission are the decision-making body on zone variances, conditional use permits, design reviews and parcel maps.

Historic Preservation Commission (2 positions available). 
Description: The seven members of the Monrovia Historic Preservation Commission protect and preserve Monrovia’s historic landmarks. 

Community Services Commission – (3 positions available). 
Description: The seven members of the Community Services Commission assess the social service, leisure, park and street tree needs of the community to evaluate and make recommendations on how those needs are or should be met. 

Library Board (3 positions available). 
Description: The five members of the Library Board are governed by the California State Education Code, and are responsible for enforcing all the rules, regulations, and bylaws necessary for the administration, governance and protection of the library and its property.

Monrovia Old Town Advisory Board (MOTAB) (2 positions available).
Description: The five member Board is comprised of Old Town merchants and is responsible for making recommendations to the City Council on programs and projects to advance the downtown area through marketing, promotion and overall improvement of the Business Improvement District. 
Please visit for a link to the application and additional information about each commission.

For applicants who are interested, there is an informational meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 415 S. Ivy Avenue.  

If you have not attended one of these meetings before, it is strongly encouraged that potential applicants take the opportunity to learn more about the scope of each of the boards and commissions and take a moment to speak to the Department Directors who work directly with the Boardmembers and commissioners. Each candidate must submit an application and go through an interview process. If selected, the term begins July 1, 2013.

If you plan on attending or have questions, please contact City Clerk Alice Atkins at (626) 932-5505 or by email at 

Source: City of Monrovia press release

- Brad Haugaard

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