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San Clemente Times

The city of San Clemente is accepting applications to fill vacancies on the Investment Advisory Committee and the Friends of the Reserve Commission.

The position on the Investment Advisory Committee is for a two-year term and the position on the Friends of the Reserve Commission is for a three-year term. City residency is required to be considered for both positions.

The Investment Advisory Committee meets quarterly to review investment practices for performance and conformity to policies as well as review and make recommendations on the city’s investment policy.

The Friends of the Reserve Commission advises the Rancho Mission Viejo Land Trust on implementing existing public access, education and recreation programs and developing new public access, education and recreation programs for the Rancho Mission Viejo Habitat Reserve lands, including the Richard and Donna O’Neill Conservancy.

Applications will be accepted in the City Clerk’s Office, located at 910 Calle Negocio, until 5:30 p.m. on June 11. Applications can be obtained by calling 949.361.8200 or by sending an email to beyerl@san-clemente.org. Applications can also be downloaded and additional information can be obtained by accessing the city’s website at www.san-clemente.org. Interested applicants may also call Joanne Baade, city clerk, at 949.361.8345 to obtain additional information concerning the positions.

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