Advisory Planning and Environment Commission members announced

Campbell River City Council has appointed five members to fill terms that had expired

Campbell River City Council has appointed five members to fill terms that had expired on the Advisory Planning and Environment Commission (APEC).

Stacey Larsen and Steve Woods were re-appointed, and John Andres, Brett Giese and Christine Petrovcic join the commission for their first term.

The APEC provides policy advice and recommendations to Council, on various issues related to long range planning (Official Community Plan), land use and development planning, permitting and development application processes, transportation planning and environmental and sustainability issues.

“Council is pleased to fill these positions with dedicated volunteers, and we look forward to continued advice and recommendations of commission members to help us build an even better Campbell River,” says Mayor Andy Adams.

To learn more about advisory commissions and other volunteer opportunities, check out the City of Campbell River’s website at   www.campbellriver.ca (search under Your City Hall / City Council / Advisory Committees & Commissions) or contact the City Clerk at 250-286-5707.

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