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Posted on: March 28, 2018

Russ Cremer Sworn in as Newest City Councilmember

Clearlake, CA – March 27th, 2018

Russ Cremer was appointed to the City Council at the regular City Council meeting of March 22nd, and at a Special Clearlake City Council Meeting on March 27th, Russ Cremer was sworn in as the City’s newest Councilmember. Councilmember Cremer, who had been serving as the Vice Chair of the Clearlake Planning Commission, has volunteered for multiple organizations over the last fifteen years, including the Lake County Fire Protection District Board, the Clearlake Rotary Club, and the Lake Area Rotary Club Association, among others. According to Councilmember Cremer, “It is an exciting time to be a part of the City Council. I am proud to represent the citizens of Clearlake on the City Council and I’m looking forward to helping guide future policy and improvements in the city.”

According to City Manager, Greg Folsom, “Russ Cremer is going to be a great addition to the City Council. He brings a wealth of experience in Clearlake and is a very common-sense person who is very well-respected in the community. I’m looking forward to working with Councilmember Cremer and the rest of the City Council as we continue to implement our Strategic Plan to make Clearlake a Cleaner, Safer, Better city.”

The City will be accepting applications for the open position on the Planning Commission now that Russ Cremer has been appointed to the City Council. The Planning Commission meets on the first and third Tuesdays. Applicants must be a resident in the City of Clearlake in order to be appointed to the Planning Commission. Applications will be accepted until 5pm on Wednesday, April 18th and the Council will consider appointing an applicant at the April 26th Council meeting.

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