The Dublin Planning Commission has an unscheduled vacancy after Planning Commissioner Scott Mittan resigned last month, and is seeking a replacement with a term expiring in December 2022.
Mittan stepped down from his position on July 17 because he moved out of Dublin, according to city spokesperson Shari Jackman. He was originally appointed to the Planning Commission in January 2015.
The Planning Commission acts as an advisory body for the Dublin City Council, and is made up of seven members from the community, including five planning commissioners serving four-year terms and two alternates who serve two-year terms. Meetings are on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, starting 7 p.m.
Applications for interested candidates are available and may be completed online at the city's website: www.dublin.ca.gov. For more information, contact city clerk Marsha Moore at [email protected] or 833-6650. Applications must be submitted by Aug. 14 at 5 p.m.