More in City Hall:
- Town Hall: Frost discusses homelessness, schools, COVID relief, defunding police February 28, 2021
- Citrus Heights council meeting cancelled for Feb. 25 February 24, 2021
- Signal outage in Citrus Heights backs up traffic on Greenback Lane February 19, 2021
Sentinel staff report–
Two of the five seats on a city appeals board are still vacant, after only one resident applied to fill three vacant seats at the end of last year.
The City of Citrus Heights’ Construction Board of Appeals meets rarely and only on an as-needed basis to hear complaints from those aggrieved by a decision of the city’s chief building official. The board also “assists in determining suitability of materials and methods of construction, as well as interpreting technical codes,” according to a description on the city’s website.
Qualifications listed for the appeals board are that applicants must be residents of Citrus Heights and be at least 18 years old. According to a city flier, applicants must be “qualified by experience and training to pass upon matters pertaining to building construction.”
Board members are appointed by the City Council, which opted to install applicant Marcus Bergman to a four-year term on the board earlier this month, as he was the only resident to apply for the position.
A three-page application form online asks applicants basic information about their education, relevant skills, and future goals related to the position being sought. Applications can be submitted by email to [email protected]
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