Tax committee seeks boardmember candidates

TransNet Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee (ITOC) is seeking a qualified member of the community to fill a vacancy on its seven-member committee. The position is for a professional in the field of municipal/ public finance or budgeting with at least 10 years in a decision-making position in the public or private sector. The term expires May 2015. ITOC assists in implementing the $14 billion TransNet program, a half-cent tax to fund transportation improvements administered by SANDAG. To apply, e-mail or call (619) 699-6961 for an application, which must be postmarked by Oct. 21.

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