Public Official Appointments

Council Committee Assignments


In December of each even-numbered year, following the general election and seating of incoming Council Members, the Mayor appoints Council Members to serve as primary and alternate representatives with various agency committees and boards throughout the community. Some positions are membership positions; others are liaison positions. For more information about Council committee assignments, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 805-773-4657.

Council Committee Assignments for Calendar Years 2021-2022


Body Primary Alternate
 Air Pollution Control District Board Ed Waage, Mayor Scott Newton, Council Member
 California Coastal Coalition Board
Mary Ann Reiss, Mayor Pro Tem
Sheila Blake, Council Member
 California JPIA Executive Committee Mary Ann Reiss, Mayor Pro Tem
None
 Central Coast Community Energy Policy Board Sheila Blake, Council Member  None
 Chapman Estate Foundation (liaison) Mary Ann Reiss, Mayor Pro Tem  None
 Conference & Visitors Bureau Board (liaison) Scott Newton, Council Member None
 REACH (formerly EVC) Scott Newton, Council Member
None
 Friends of Price House Board (liaison) Ed Waage, Mayor None
 Homeless Services Oversight Council Mary Ann Reiss, Mayor Pro Tem
None
 Integrated Waste Management Authority
Scott Newton, Council Member
None
 League of CA Cities Coastal Cities Group Ed Waage, Mayor None
 Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Subcommittee Sheila Blake, Council Member
Ed Waage, Mayor
 San Luis Obispo Council of Governments
Ed Waage, Mayor Mary Ann Reiss, Mayor Pro Tem
 San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority Ed Waage, Mayor
Mary Ann Reiss, Mayor Pro Tem
 Shell Beach Improvement Group Board (liaison) Scott Newton, Council Member
Mary Ann Reiss, Mayor Pro Tem
 SLO County WRAC Sheila Blake, Council Member None
 South County Chambers of Commerce Gov't Affairs Sheila Blake, Council Member
None
 Visit SLO CAL Advisory Committee Scott Newton, Council Member
None
 Zone 3 Advisory Committee Scott Newton, Council Member
None


Council Members may be eligible to receive a stipend from an external agency for membership with certain bodies; information about any such stipends is available on the City's website as part of the City's Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Form 806. Please see below for more information.

Additional Compensation (FPPC Form 806)


Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Form 806 is used to report additional compensation that officials are eligible to receive when appointing themselves to positions on committees or boards of another agency, or within their own agency.

This form is required pursuant to FPPC Regulation 18702.5. Each agency must post on its website a single Form 806 which lists all the paid appointed positions to which an official will vote to appoint themselves. When there is a change in compensation offered or a new appointment, the Form 806 is updated to reflect the change. 

The Form 806 is posted prior to a vote to appoint a City Council Member if the appointee will participate in the decision to appoint themselves to a position that results in eligibility for additional compensation, and the form is updated following the vote if necessary. FPPC Regulation 18702.5 provides that, as long as the public is informed prior to a vote, an official may vote to hold another position even when the vote results in additional compensation. (Paraphrased from FPPC instructions, Form 806).

Current and past Forms 806 are available in the Access Pismo records portal: Public Official Appointments (Form 806)
Scott Newton, Council Member
Scott Newton, Council Member