Leander City Council votes on board, commission and committee appointments

New members were appointed and some were reappointed to Leander's various boards, commissions and committees Oct. 18.

New members were appointed and some were reappointed to Leander's various boards, commissions and committees Oct. 18.

Leander City Council voted on appointments to the city’s boards, commissions and committees Oct. 18.

Most appointments were voted unanimously, with the exception of Place 6 and Place 7 of the Planning and Zoning Commission. Travis Crosby was appointed to Place 6 in a 6-1 vote, with Council Member Christine Sederquist opposed. Marshall Hines was reappointed to Place 7 in a 4-3 vote, with Mayor Troy Hill and council members Marci Cannon and Christine Sederquist opposed.

Members appointed to city boards, commissions and committees are as follows:

Planning and Zoning Commission, term expiring October 2021
Place 2: John Cosgrove, reappointed
Place 4: Rebecca Ross
Place 6: Travis Crosby
Place 7: Marshall Hines, reappointed

Active Adult Advisory Committee, term expiring October 2020
Place 2: Kathleen Bonardi
Place 3: Richard Parker
Place 4: Virginia Cooper, reappointed
Place 5: Dan Michie, reappointed

Public Art Commission, term expiring October 2020
Place 2: Scott Calame
Place 4: Jennifer Jones, reappointed
Place 6: Deanna Root
Place 7: Karen Sherman
Place 1: Jennifer Howell, unexpired term ending October 2019

Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone No. 1/Development Authority, term expiring October 2020
Place 3: Joseph Eckels

Board of Adjustment and Appeal, term expiring October 2020
Place 1: Gil Debner, reappointed
Place 5: Eddie Winslow, reappointed
Alternate 1: Elaine Martin
Alternate 2: Kathryn Pantalion-Parker

Ethics Commission, term expiring October 2021
Place 2: Annette Sponseller
Place 4: Douglas Naudin
Place 6: Brenda Crawford, reappointed
Place 7: Lorlie Ellis

Historical Preservation Commission, term expiring October 2021
Place 2: Frank Stiles
Place 4: Angela Williams
Place 6: T. Robert Turner Jr.
Place 7: Priscilla Sims, unexpired term ending October 2020

Library Foundation Board, term expiring October 2021
Place 2: Gary Anderson, reappointed
Place 4: Jason Dikes
Place 6: Rolanda Burchett, reappointed
Place 7: Roy Haney

Library Foundation Board, term expiring October 2020
Place 1: Shay Tower
Place 3: Joseph Martinez
Place 5: William Stricker
By Marisa Charpentier

Reporter, Cedar Park | Leander

Marisa Charpentier joined Community Impact in September 2018. After working as an intern, she became a reporter for the Cedar Park | Leander edition in October 2018. Charpentier graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and Plan II Honors.



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