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Paso Robles planning commissioners John Donaldson, from left, Roberta Jorgensen, Bob Rollins and Doug Barth. Photo by Monica Hollenbeck, City of Paso Robles.

Four members of the Paso Robles Planning Commission were sworn in Wednesday morning at City Hall. The recently appointed commissioners are John Donaldson, Roberta Jorgensen, Bob Rollins and Doug Barth. They join current commissioners Shannon Agredano, Scott Brennan, and Sheree Davis.

Original report Jan. 26, 2017:

City council appoints four planning commissioners

The Paso Robles City Council met Wednesday, Jan. 26, and appointed four Paso Robles planning commissioners. The appointments followed an evening of interviews with planning commission applicants.

  • Commissioner John Donaldson was re-appointed to a 3-year term
  • New applicant Roberta Jorgensen was appointed to a 3-year term
  • Commissioner Doug Barth was re-appointed to a 3-year term
  • Commissioner Bob Rollins was re-appointed to a 1-year term

 

Roberta Jorgensen

Roberta Jorgensen. Photo from LinkedIn

Newcomer Roberta Jorgensen, a resident of Paso Robles, is an architect and president of Communitas Architects, Inc. She is a regional fellows representative with the American Institute of Architects. She has previously served as an arts commissioner in the city of Newport Beach. Click here to read Jorgensen’s planning commission application.

The appointees will begin serving their new terms in March. They join current commissioners Shannon Agredano, Scott Brennan, and Sheree Davis. Rollins appointment is for the final year of a 3-year term vacated by former Planning Commissioner Tom Burgett, who resigned this month.

The Paso Robles Planning Commission prepares and recommends city council consideration of the General Plan and Zoning Ordinance, including formulation of policies for development and land uses. The commission also performs duties related to the review and approval/denial of development applications and subdivision maps.

 

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