Paso appoints new members to planning commission

December 20, 2012 

The Paso Robles City Council on Dec. 13 appointed three members to the city’s planning commission, an advisory board that makes land-use recommendations to the council.

Appointed was resident Rob Nash to serve a three-year term and resident Bobby Rollins to a one-year term. Rollins replaces outgoing commissioner Joel Peterson, who was elected to the Paso Robles school board this month.

Incumbent commissioner Vince Vanderlip was reappointed to a three-year term.

Chair and vice-chair appointments will be made at the planning commission’s Jan. 6 meeting, according to the city.

The appointments were made from a pool of nine candidates who interviewed with the council.

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