Maddy Act Notice

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

In compliance with the requirements of the Maddy Act, Government Code 54972, the following Town of Windsor local appointments list shows all current members of the Town’s Commissions and Committees with the term of expiration date, and the current membership requirements. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age and reside within the Town limits, unless otherwise indicated below.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Applications for committee/commission vacancies will be made available in the near future and may be requested via e-mail at townclerk@townofwindsor.com. Additional information regarding composition, qualifications, duties, and meetings for these boards is also listed on the Town’s web site at: www.townofwindsor.com.   

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 PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION

The Parks and Recreation Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the Town Council and the Parks and Recreation Director to support the Parks and Recreation Department in “Creating Community through People, Parks and Programs.” Responsibilities include being available to the Town Council to research and recommend policy alternatives pertaining to the Town’s Parks and Recreation policies; and, to be available to staff to assist as volunteers in implementing the Town’s Parks and Recreation Department budget goals. The Parks and Recreation Commission meet on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m., in the Windsor Civic Center Council Chambers, 9291 Old Redwood Highway, Building 400, Windsor, CA. In addition, special meetings may be held on an as needed basis. For more information, contact Parks and Recreation Director Jon Davis at (707) 838-1268.

Name of Commissioner

Date Appointed

Term Expires

Appointed by Councilmember

Spencer Blank

10/06/2021

12/2022

Lemus

Sean Harrell

10/06/2021

12/2022 (Interim)

Vacant

Angelica Nuñez

07/21/2021

12/2022

Reynoza

Tanya Potter

02/03/2021

12/2024

Fudge

Meredith Rennie

02/06/2019

12/2022

Salmon

Jennifer Doherty, Youth Commissioner

06/09/2021

05/2022

Simple Majority

Andrew Simmalaychanh, Youth Commissioner

06/09/2021

05/2022

Simple Majority


PLANNING COMMISSION

The Planning Commission fulfills duties prescribed under State law and consistent with policies established by the Town Council. Some of those duties include acting on general planning and zoning related matters, perform design review functions, and serving in an advisory capacity to the Town Council with regard to issues related to the General Plan, Specific Plans, and other land use matters. Planning Commissioners also have an obligation to attend Planning Commission meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 5:30 p.m., in the Windsor Civic Center Council Chambers, 9291 Old Redwood Highway, Building 400, Windsor, CA. In addition, special meetings may also be held at which their attendance is required. For more information, contact Interim Community Development Director Emmanuel Ursu at (707) 838-5313.

Name of Commissioner

Date Appointed

Term Expires

Appointed by Councilmember

Remy Canto Adams

12/01/2021

12/2022

Salmon

Gina Fortino-Dickson

07/21/2021

12/2024

Fudge

Jeffrey Leasure

07/21/2021

12/2022

Reynoza

Ben Lehr

10/06/2021

12/2022 (Interim)

Vacant

Evan Zelig

02/06/2019

12/2022

Lemus

 

PUBLIC ART ADVISORY COMMISSION

The Public Art Advisory Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the Town Council and the Parks and Recreation Director, or their designee, to support the Town by establishing Windsor as an art destination that raises the potential for education, innovation, collaborative community engagement and cultural exploration. The Public Art Advisory Commission is a standing citizen advisory commission composed of one Councilmember, one Parks and Recreation Commissioner, and five adult citizen members appointed at large by the Council. Each Member is appointed for a four-year term that is concurrent with the term of the Councilmember who appointed them. The Councilmember and Commissioner are based on their appointed term in their respective roles. To be eligible for appointment to the Commission, members shall be residents of Sonoma County, and are preferred to be residents of the Town.

The Public Art Advisory Commission meets the fourth Wednesday of the month at 4:30 p.m., in the Windsor Civic Center Council Chambers, 9291 Old Redwood Highway, Building 400, Windsor, CA. For more information, contact Parks and Facilities Manager Olivia Lemen at (707) 838-5383.

Name of Commissioner

Date Appointed

Term Expires

Appointed by Councilmember

Julian Cohen

02/06/2019

12/2022

Salmon

Heather Cullen

07/21/2021

12/2022

Reynoza

Chris Denny

10/06/2021

12/2022

Lemus

Kevin Gonyo

02/03/2021

12/2024

Fudge

Becci Pell10/06/202112/2022 (Interim)Vacant

Tanya Potter

--

12/2021

Parks & Recreation Commission Representative

Esther Lemus

--

12/2022

Town Council Representative

Vacant (Alternate)

--

--

Town Council Representative

  

SENIOR CITIZEN ADVISORY COMMISSION

The Senior Citizen Advisory Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the Town Council to support the recreation programs and services offered to senior citizens and persons with disabilities. The Senior Citizen Advisory Commission meets every three (3) months on the fourth Tuesday of the months of January, April, July* and October at 2:30 p.m., in the Windsor Civic Center, Council Chambers, 9291 Old Redwood Highway, Building 400, Windsor, CA. In addition, special meetings may be held on an as needed basis. For more information, contact Parks and Recreation Director Jon Davis at (707) 838-1268.

An applicant must be a resident to qualify to serve on Town Commissions and Committees.  Members of the Senior Citizen Advisory Commission must be age 50 or older, and their guests, their spouses, their co-habitants, or persons age 45 or older who are providing primary physical or economic support for such persons. 

Name of Commissioner        
(At-Large)

Date Appointed

Term Expires

Appointed by Councilmember

Brent E. Anderson

02/06/2019

12/2022

Lemus

Mary Ann Bainbridge-Krause

07/21/2021

12/2022

Reynoza

Dan Beck

12/01/2021

12/2024

Fudge

Lucille Hynes

02/06/2019

12/2022

Salmon

David Kahn10/06/202112/2022 (Interim)Vacant

Dayle Buschkotter

02/17/2021

12/2024

Simple Majority

Catherine Hanron

02/17/2021

12/2024

Simple Majority

Angelita Llerena

02/06/2019

12/2022

Simple Majority

Joella Olsen

02/06/2019

12/2022

Simple Majority

Lisa Renee Trumbly02/17/202112/2022Simple Majority
Vacant----Parks and Recreation Commission Liaison


Name of Commissioner

Date Appointed

Term Expires

Landmark Neighborhood

Appointed by Councilmember

Michael Bertuccelli

02/17/2021

12/2024

Alden Woods/ California Creekside Subdivisions

Simple Majority

 *The July meeting is held at the Senior Center, located at 9231 Foxwood Drive. 

LOCAL TASK FORCE ON INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT

The Local Task Force on Integrated Waste Management develops goals, policies, and procedures which are consistent with guidelines and regulations adopted by the Board of Supervisors to guide the development of the Siting Element of the County-wide integrated waste management plan. The LTF meets every other month on the second Thursday. One member serving for a three-year term from the date of appointment. 

Name of Representative

Date Appointed

Term Expires

Appointed by Councilmember

Terry Taylor

08/21/2019

08/17/2022

Simple Majority

 

MARIN-SONOMA MOSQUITO AND VECTOR CONTROL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Marin/Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control District is committed to protecting the health and welfare of the communities they serve from mosquitoes and vector-borne disease. The Board meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. One member; two-year term.

Board of Trustee Member

Date Appointed

Term Expires

Appointed by Councilmember

Julia Ettlin

02/19/2020

01/01/2022

Simple Majority

 

SONOMA COUNTY LIBRARY COMMISSION

The Commission representing each city/town meets on the first Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. The main purpose of the Library Commission is to serve as a resource and liaison to the Board of Supervisors, the Director of County Library Services, and the community, to find ways and means of enlisting public interest in supporting and improving Library services. One member; two or four-year term.

Board of Trustee Member

Date Appointed

Term Expires

Appointed by Councilmember

Deborah Doyle

08/05/2020

08/05/2022

Simply Majority


Updated: December 28, 2021