Senior Commission appoints new leadership, seeks one more


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The Winters Senior Commission on Aging appointed a new secretary following months of rotating in new commissioners; however, the Senior Commission is still in need of one more commissioner.

Mark Rowan, the newest commissioner, appointed by the City Council on Jan. 10, was unanimously approved to serve as Secretary.

City Manager Kathleen Salguero Trepa confirmed the City is still accepting applications to fill the last commissioner seat. The term of the vacant seat is scheduled to expire on June 1. The application of interest is available on the City of Winters website at

Applications can be submitted in person or mailed to the City Clerk at City Hall, 318 1st St., Winters, CA 95694. Applications can also be sent via email to

Under Community Liaison Reports, Commissioner Tina Lowden reported the planned Winters Senior Foundation social gatherings on Feb. 18 and March 23 were being canceled due to WSF events.

The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Large Conference Room (Abbey Street entrance).

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