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Malibu youth appointed to 2014-2015 Commission
Ashleigh Fryer, Senior Editor
In its May 27 meeting, the Malibu City Council appointed 26 applicants for one-year terms on the Harry Barovsky Memorial Youth Commission.
Seven of the applicants spoke to the City Council members at the meeting, discussing what they would hope to accomplish if they were appointed to the Commission.
“The one thing that really impresses me is that every one of them is interested in something different,” City Councilman Lou La Monte said.
The appointees ranged from high school juniors and seniors, to elementary school children, and are charged with creating a calendar of social, recreational and educational events for Malibu’s youth over the next year.
“One of you guys might be sitting up here one day,” Mayor Skylar Peak said.
“Anyone who does run can make sure that Skylar is not the youngest mayor in Malibu history,” City Councilman John Sibert added, laughing.
The 2014-2015 Harry Barovsky Memorial Youth Commission