The Commission on Disability Issues currently meets at 6:30 p.m. the fourth Monday of the month, City Hall, Conference Room 391, but the meeting date might be changed in the near future.
Persons with a disability have been under represented on the commission in the past, however, one need not have a disability to serve.
The Commission on Disability Issues was formed to provide information and make recommendations regarding disability issues to the City Council and to receive information regarding the disabled from the community at large.
The City of Alameda is also soliciting applications from renters who would like to serve on the Rent Review Advisory Committee.
The appointee will serve a four year term.
The Rent Review Advisory Committee was established to review complaints of significant rental increases, to hear from both landlord and tenant regarding the increases, and to make recommendations as to whether those rent increases are justified.
The Committee meets the first Monday of the month as needed.
Application forms for these vacancies may be obtained from the City Clerk at Alameda City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue, Room
380, via the City’s website or by telephoning the Office of the City Clerk at 747-4800.