Thursday, December 7, 2023

Noyo Harbor Commission Has Two Openings; City Seeking Applicants


The following is a press release issued by the City of Fort Bragg:

Coast Guard Motor Lifeboats in Noyo Harbor [Picture by Judy Valadao]

Applications are being accepted by the City of Fort Bragg from persons interested in serving as appointee to the Noyo Harbor District Board of Commissioners (Noyo Harbor Commission). Two positions (one City and one City/County) are eligible for four-year appointments which will run from October 31, 2020 to October 31, 2024. One of these positions is a City-appointed position. The other is a joint City/County appointed position and this appointee will serve as the Chair of the Noyo Harbor Commission.

The Fort Bragg City Council appoints two of the five members of the Commission; the County of Mendocino appoints two of the five members; and the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors and City Council jointly appoint the Chair. Terms on the Commission are for a four-year period.

To be eligible for appointment to the Noyo Harbor Commission, you must reside within the boundaries of the Noyo Harbor District. The Harbor District’s boundary encompasses 43 square miles and extends from the community of Cleone on the north to the community of Caspar on the south. It includes all of the land within the City of Fort Bragg and extends inland approximately four miles. Persons interested in appointment are urged to contact City Clerk June Lemos at 961-1694 to obtain an application form.

Applications are due no later than Friday, October 16, 2020 by 5:00 p.m. Depending on the number of applications, the City Council may choose to interview applicants at a special meeting or at the regular City Council meeting on October 26, 2020.

More information regarding the Noyo Harbor District and Commission is available on their website at: http://www.noyoharbordistrict.org/about/
Questions regarding this information should be directed to June Lemos, CMC, City Clerk, at (707) 961-1694.

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