Last week we reported here that CRA member Darlene Mosley was nominated to fill an open spot on the Forest and Beach Commission. This week we can confirm she was approved by the city council to join the F&B, one of Carmel’s key oversight bodies. The five commissioners, who are unpaid, serve four-year terms.
Darlene Mosley, a CRA stalwart, has been nominated to serve on the Carmel-by-the-Sea Forest & Beach Commission. The F&B commission has five members who serve four year-terms. Members are volunteers and are unpaid. Mosley’s nomination will be heard and decided by the city council at its June 5, 2018, public monthly meeting at city hall, east side of Monte Verde Street just south of Ocean Avenue. Commissioners are approved by garnering at least three favorable votes from the city council.
By David Armstrong
The Carmel-by-the-Sea Forest and Beach Commission voted unanimously to reject the removal of any trees – let alone 13 trees – for a large building project proposed by developer Thomas Fountain on the north side of Eighth Avenue between Mission and Junipero streets. The vote was 3-0, at the commission’s May 10, 2018 public meeting, with one commissioner absent.