Frisco residents named to boards, commissions, committees

Dozens of Frisco residents have been appointed to flesh out positions on city boards, commissions and committees.

Before making appointments, the Frisco City Council held interviews with residents interested in serving.

The council then discussed and appointed residents at the Sept. 17 meeting.

Appointments are as follows:

Board of Adjustments/Construction Board of Appeals

Place 3—Jeff Kershaw

Place 5—Doug Mousel

Place 6—Jake Petras (alternate)

Frisco Community Development Corp. Board of Directors

Place 1—Gary Carley

Place 3—Craig Mohen

Place 5—Jason Money

Place 7—Rene Sinclair

Convention and Visitors Bureau

Place 1—Bill Bretches

Place 3—Tom Lewis

Place 5—Jason Young

Place 7—Lara Hanson

Place 9—Gordon Barr

Place 10—Veronica Birckenstock

Place 11—Chuck Wright

Downtown Advisory Board

Place 1—Diane Bevan

Place 3—Tal Thevenot

Place 5—Stephen Paz

Place 7—Danny Collins

Frisco Economic Development Corp.

Place 1—David Prince

Place 3—Jeff Snowden

Place 5—David Porter

Place 7—Jaime Ronderos

Parks and Recreation Board

Place 1—Mike Gfeller

Place 3—Loren Sauer

Place 5—Ed Mahoney

Place 7—Nicolas Ostrowski

Planning and Zoning Commission

Place 1—Linda James

Place 6—Will Russell

Place 7— Bill Woodard

Frisco Public Art Board

Place 1—Karyn Hutchison

Place 3—Troy Pelias

Place 5—Donna-Marie Schmittler

Place 7—Jody Wissing

Frisco Social Services and Housing Board

Place 1—Hal Colvin

Place 3—Alex Parker

Place 5—Jason Hartgraves

Place 7—Shane Gilmore

Urban Forestry Board

Place 1—Amy Deatherage

Place 3—Thor Anderson

Place 5—Lee Shearer

Place 7—Rob Weir

Collin Central Appraisal District Board

Ron Carlise

Denton Central Appraisal District Board

C.G. Maclain

Citizen Bond Committee

Keith Britton

Jerry Holder

Frank McIllwain

Jeff Trykowski

Audie Adkins

Hunt Reifschneider

George Martin

Brent Bilhartz

Bryan Morgan

Cristi Paton

Clint Bledsoe

Veronica Birckenstock

Tammy Meinershagen

Sean Lovinson

Jarrod Walker

Bob Chambers

Steve Hulsey

J.B. Owen

Dan Newfield

Joy West

(One member still to be named)

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