The Sustainability Advisory Board was established to assist the Del Mar City Council in promoting clean and reliable energy and in taking a leadership position in educating its residents and businesses about energy savings programs. It works with other regional and municipal groups to seek combined efforts in energy efficiency and renewable energy sources, advises the council on any bills before the California Legislature that the city should take a position to support or oppose as they affect Del Mar and the San Diego region, and reviews the Del Mar Municipal Code (DMMC) sections relevant to energy consumption and savings in the City and works with the Planning Commission and Planning staff to propose revised DMMC language as required. The committee consists of six voting members selected by the council for four-year terms.
The City Council is seeking three new replacement board members for its Sustainability Advisory Board to fill three recent vacancies. Anyone interested in this volunteer position should submit a Citizen Interest Form and a brief resume, including why they feel they would be a good candidate to fill a vacancy on the Del Mar Sustainability Advisory Board, to the city clerk.
For more information about the Sustainability Advisory Board, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested citizens may obtain a Citizen Interest Form from the City’s website: www.delmar.ca.us, or by contacting the City Clerk’s Office at 858-755-9313. Citizen Interest Forms should be filed in the City Clerk’s Office located at 1050 Camino del Mar, Del Mar.