Two leaders of the North Coast Advisory Council have switched chairs following votes cast June 18.
Bruce Fosdike, who represents the council’s Area 7 (central Lodge Hill), was elevated to the chairman’s seat by a 6-4 vote, succeeding Claudia Harmon Worthen, who was then elected to Fosdike’s previous post of vice chair.
Fosdike also chairs the council’s Transportation Committee, while Harmon Worthen represents Area 3 (Park Hill/SeaClift Estates) and is active with the Land Use Committee.
The recording secretary, corresponding secretary and treasurer remain the same and are, respectively, CeCe Lomeli, Linda Haskins and Heide Santos.
In a June 3 public election, voters selected Tony Church to represent Area 8, a section of Lodge Hill bounded by Highway 1 on the east and Pineridge Drive and Trenton Drive on the west. Clive Finchamp, the former representative, will serve as an alternate.
Church was seated at the June 18 meeting, at which members also confirmed Mary Webb as the environmental representative, with Debby Mix and Dawn Dunlap continuing to represent agricultural interests.
Jason Anderson was seated as representative for Area 4, which represents properties east of Main Street, including the West Village, Pine Knolls Estates, the East Village and some rural lands.
For details, go to www.northcoastadvisorycouncil.org.
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