Persons interested in serving on the City of Fillmore Going Green Committee or the Area Housing Authority Commission are invited to apply by May 16, 2008.

Going Green Committee:
Five positions on the Going Green Committee will be filled. The purpose of the Going Green Committee is to assess all of the City’s carbon output and energy consumption to develop a response to new state law requiring reduction of carbon output by 10% (Assembly Bill 32 and the Governor’s Executive Order S-01-07). The recommendations of the Committee will also include a set of responses and budget items for the City Council to evaluate.

The Committee will determine its meeting dates and times. It is anticipated that the Committee will meet several times a month for approximately three months.

Area Housing Authority:
Fillmore has two seats on the Area Housing Authority Commission, with both seats currently vacant. The Authority, which also includes representatives from the cities of Camarillo, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Ojai, and from unincorporated Ventura County, is responsible for providing a number of services to county residents and holds as its mandate the provision of "decent, affordable housing accommodations for low-income families, elderly, handicapped and disabled residents." The Authority's 15-member Commission generally meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 3 p.m. at the offices of the Area Housing Authority, located at 1400 West Hillcrest Drive in Newbury Park.

Interested persons should submit a letter of interest and a Citizen Advisory Group Applicant Information Form to the City of Fillmore, attention Steve McClary, Administrative Services Manager.

Applications for these positions are available at the office of the Administrative Assistant and on the City's website at: www.fillmoreca.com/cityhall. For information on the application process please contact Administrative Assistant Angela Mumme at 805-524-1500, extension 269 or Administrative Services Manager Steve McClary at 805-524-1500, extension 211. For more information on the Area Housing Authority of Ventura County, please call (805) 480-9991, extension 850.

Local residents interested in being considered for appointment to either commission must submit a City Commission Application Form no later than 5 p.m. on May 16, 2008 to the City Clerk, Fillmore City Hall, 250 Central Avenue, Fillmore, CA. 93015. Applications are available at Fillmore City Hall or on the City's website at www.fillmoreca.com.

Appointments will be made by the mayor, with approval of the city council, following an interview with and recommendation from the City Council Interview/Selection Committee.

For further information on the application process please call (805) 524-1500, extension 211 or extension 269.

 

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The Ventura County Professional Firefighters Association is proud to announce the endorsement of Kathy Long for Ventura County supervisor of the Third district.
For the last 12 years Kathy Long has demonstrated her dedication to the safety of Ventura County’s citizens and the men and women who protect them. The safety of our citizens is a priority Firefighters share with Kathy Long according to Chris Mahon, President of the Firefighters Association. “Kathy has the experience and the proven track record to handle the challenges that the county will face in coming years.”
The Firefighters Association made the endorsement with a unanimous vote at its February 6 Board Meeting. The Ventura County Professional Firefighters Association represents 425 active members throughout Ventura County including the Ventura County and Santa Paula City fire departments.