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Shaw earns nod for another planning term
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Bobby Shaw has been re-appointed to a four-year term on the Manteca Planning Commission.

The owner of Shaw Roofing will fill one of two vacancies on the planning commission. The City Council is still seeking applicants for the other spot. Commissioners are paid $40 per meeting and meet as often as twice a month.

Additional information on the application process is available when City Hall reopens Monday by calling the City Clerk’s Office at 456-8017.

The City Council also appointed Marion Elliott, David Thompson, and JoAnn Jamerson to the Manteca Public Sales Tax Oversight Committee. The citizen board monitors the implementation and auditing of the voter approved half cent sales tax collected for police and fire services.

Elliott just completed a three-year term on the committee. The retired Lincoln School principal also served 16 years on the Manteca Planning Commission.

Thompson retired as a sergeant from the Manteca Police Department. He is the executive director of HPOPE Ministries that operates the three homeless shelters in Manteca.

Jamerson is a retired registered medical technician. She served for three years on the Manteca Senior Advisory Committee.