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Posted on: July 11, 2017

Five reappointed to CDBG citizen advisory committee

The citizen advisory committee that reviews plans and proposals related to the Community Development Block Grant program and makes recommendations to city leadership has five returning members. 

These one-year reappointments to the Citizen Advisory Committee for Housing and Community Development were recommended by Mayor Jon Nehring and confirmed by the City Council on Monday, July 10. They include: 

·        Roger Hoen, a member of the Planning Commission 

·        Tom King, a member of the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board 

·        Cassandra Kunselman, a student at Marysville Getchell High School

·        Kamille Norton, City Council President

·        Donna Wright, City Councilmember

Four other committee positions represent community interests such as business, education, faith, charity, civic, and/or people with low or moderate incomes, people with disabilities, senior citizens, and/or racially or ethnically diverse populations. Committee meetings are open to the public.

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