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Tuesday, 12 January 2016 07:09

Menifee Mayor announces selection of new Planning Commissioner Featured

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Menifee Mayor Scott Mann has announced his selection of resident Randy Madrid, owner of RM Project Development, as Planning Commissioner to replace recently elected Councilmember Lesa Sobek. 

Madrid was appointed at the Jan. 6 city council meeting and will begin his duties at the Jan. 13 Planning Commission meeting. 

Mann selected Madrid for his professional background in civil engineering, project management and land development. In addition to operating his own consulting firm, Madrid’s industry experience includes employment with or project consulting for Standard Pacific Homes, KB Home Coastal, Pacific Community Builders, K. Hovnanian Companies, Adams-Streeter Civil Engineers, James E. Cosby Civil Engineers, and Hall and Foreman Civil Engineering. He also has municipal public works and engineering experience with the cities of Newport Beach and Huntington Beach. 

Madrid has also held industry leadership positions on the board of directors for the Building Industry Association of Riverside where he is also the vice president of legislative affairs. 

“Randy Madrid brings a wealth of industry experience and leadership to the Menifee Planning Commission and that experience will serve the community well,” Mann said. 

Chris Thomas, Earl Phillips, Mark Doty and Robert Karwin are continuing their service on the five-member planning commission which is authorized to review specific land use projects, hold hearings and act on zoning ordinances, maps, conditional use permits and variances. 

For more information about the new planning commissioners, please contact the Menifee city clerk at (951) 672-6777.


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