More openings on Carmel Valley planning board

By Karen Billing

At the Jan. 26 Carmel Valley Community Planning Board meeting it was announced that there are two more vacant seats on the board after the departures of planning board members Dave McIntyre and David Bartick.

Neighborhood 7 representative McIntyre resigned after he moved out of the area. Resident Steven Ross attended the meeting last week as he is interested in taking McIntyre’s place — candidates are required to attend two meetings before being able to join the board.

Bartick, who represents neighborhood 4/4a, will leave in March as the attorney has recently been appointed to a federal judgeship. He thanked the community for its support and the board for the great experience.

“We will miss you,” said board chair Frisco White, before joking: “If we ever happen to come before you in court, remember how nice we were to you.”

For more information on neighborhoods and planning board elections, visit cvsd.com/planning.

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