Del Mar seeks volunteers

The City of Del Mar is looking for interested and qualified volunteers to serve on City Council Advisory Committees. The city is soliciting residents to fill vacancies on the Sustainability Advisory Board, the Traffic Parking Advisory Committee, and the Design Review Board. For more information on how to apply and deadlines, visit www.delmar.ca.us/Government/Pages/CityAdvisoryCommittees.aspx or call 858-755-9313.

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