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Council names appointments to boards and commissions

By Amanda Raymond
amanda.raymond@salisburypost.com

SALISBURY — Since the terms of many members of council-appointed boards and commissions expired on March 31, the Salisbury City Council has been appointing new members to fill vacant spots. Here are this year’s new members for each of the council-appointed boards and commissions so far:

Community Appearance Commission:
Laurie Klaus
Thomas Lyons

Historic Preservation Commission:
Eugene Goetz
Sue McHugh

Human Relations Council:
Jimmie Moomaw
Justin Walker (fulfilled an unexpired term)

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board:
Jerry Lawson (fulfilled an unexpired term)
Paul Woodson

Planning Board:
Dennis Lunsford
Eric Phillips (fulfilled an unexpired term)
Jon Post (fulfilled an unexpired term)
John Schaffer

Tourism and Cultural Development Commission:
Ed Norvell
Shannon Stewart-Hill (fulfilled an unexpired term)

Transportation Advisory Board:
Jill DeBose
David Smith
Tammara Walker (fulfilled an unexpired term)

Tree Board:
Tiffany Page

Zoning Board of Adjustment:
Keith Knight
Gerald Rush
Dee Dee Wright

A seat is still open on the Housing Advocacy Commission designated for a landlord. The council has an applicant in mind for the seat but had to double check that she is a landlord. There is also a vacancy for an ETJ area resident on the Zoning Board of Adjustment. City staff is reviewing applications for the vacancy.

Contact reporter Amanda Raymond at 704-797-4222.

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