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City Seeking Council Hopefuls
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Riverbank City Council is looking for a new panel member, with a vacancy created by the naming of David I. White to serve as mayor.

White was appointed to fill the vacancy caused when Mayor Chris Crifasi resigned due to a move to the Bay Area for a new job.

The council seat now vacant has a term that runs through November 2012. The council recently agreed to appoint a person to fill the seat.

Those interested in serving on the Riverbank City Council must be a Riverbank registered voter and a resident and able to attend a minimum of two meetings per month. The City Council meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 7 p.m. in the Riverbank Council Chambers, 6707 Third St., Riverbank.

Council members also serve as Redevelopment Agency members and Local Redevelopment Authority members. Special meetings and workshops, or emergency meetings, may be called at any time.

Application deadline for those interested in serving on the council is Thursday, Feb. 12 at 5 p.m.

More information is available by contacting Deputy City Clerk Annabelle Aguilar at 863-7122.

The City of Riverbank is a general law city, governed by the City Council/City Manger form of government. The City Council is comprised of five members, selected through a municipal election to serve a four-year term. The Mayor also serves a four-year term.

Applications are available at City Hall North - City Clerk's Office, on Third Street, or online at