Ramos Appoints Tuttle To County Planning Commission

Kerri Tuttle has been appointed to replace Theresa Kwappenberg on the San Bernardino County Planning Commission.
After completing the interview process, Third District Supervisor James Ramos, who succeeded Neil Derry in December, appointed Tuttle to represent the Third District on the county’s planning panel. The county board of supervisors approved the appointment on February 12.
Tuttle, a Joshua Tree resident, has more than 15 years of professional experience in development and land use issues.  She has specialized in water policy, land use and planning, compliance with the California Environmental Protection Act and the National Environmental Protection Act and other developmental policies. Recently, Tuttle has assisted the Bureau of Land Management with getting an emergency land lease proposal through the permitting processes.
Supervisor Ramos commented, “Ms. Tuttle has a wealth of professional and educational experience in planning and land use procedures.  I believe she will bring valuable contributions to the commission.”
Tuttle joins the four other Commissioners who are appointed by the board of supervisors and who are charged with overseeing the development of San Bernardino County.
Simultaneously, the board of supervisors approved First District Supervisor Robert Lovingood’s reappointment of Randolph J. Coleman to the Planning Commission.
The planning commission will next meet on February 21.

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