Senior Commission on Aging changes meeting start time

Cheryl Sandoval (left) is the new secretary and Tina Lowden is the new vice chair for the Winters Senior Commission on Aging. Photo by Crystal Apilado/Winters Express

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The Winters Senior Commission on Aging voted to change the starting time of its monthly meeting to begin later in the evening at its Dec. 14 meeting.

Senior commissioners approved moving the meeting start time to 6:30 p.m. — which is in alignment with the majority of the other City of Winters committee meetings. The meetings will continue to meet in person on the second Wednesday of the month in the City Hall Large Conference Room (Abbey Street entrance).

Recruiting commissioners
Chair Cheryl Sandoval said City Staff is still accepting applications for open seats on the senior commission. 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

The City is asking community members to consider stepping up in the endeavor to serve the aging older adult community.

The Winters Senior Commission on Aging serves as an advisory body to the City Council by taking action and making recommendations on all things related to the wellbeing of older adults residing in Winters. 

This includes: working to define the unmet needs of Winters seniors, identifying and exploring how to improve standards and new services for the aging, share information with the older adult population about various activities and services available, and discuss and recommend appropriate action on all legislation that would have an impact on aging adults.

The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 6:30 p.m.

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