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Regulations & Elections (Scroll down to to next Section of this page for Election Information) 

The Peninsula Community Planning Board operates under the authority of the Ralph M. Brown Act which requires that meetings of the planning board are open and accessible to the public. In addition, Council Policy 600-24 "Standard Operating Procedures and Responsibilities of Recognized Community Planning Groups" and the PCPB bylaws govern the operations of the planning board. Several provisions of the bylaws constitute Brown Act requirements as outlined in the Policy. Amendments to Council Policy 600-24 will apply to the Peninsula Community Planning Board, even if individual boards’ bylaws are not required to be amended with parallel language.

In addition, the Administrative Guidelines provide explanations of the Policy's minimum standard operating procedures and responsibilities of this planning board. The latest version of Robert's Rules of Order is used when the Policy, the Administrative Guidelines, and the bylaws do not address an area of concern or interest.

Referenced Documents


PCPB Special Election July 20, 2023 4:00 - 6:00pm
Two open seats will be up for election 7/20/23 at the Pt Loma Hervey Library
One seat expires in 2026 and one expires in 2024. Highest vote total will win the 3 year seat.
To be eligible candidates must have attended a PCPB Board or Committee meeting in the last 12 months.
Voters must meet eligibility requirements: Resident, property owner or business owner withing PCPB boundaries. Bring a photo ID to verify your eligibility - You also may need to bring a utility bill to verify your qualifying address.

Ballots will be available at the library during voting hours or you can download a ballot here.  All individuals must appear in person and be verified before placing ballot in the box - no proxy voting.  

2023 Board Member Application Special Election  Applications closed 7/15.

Applications received:
Maximilian Apodaca
Jacqueline Lazo Greulich
Cori Salcido

Those interested must have attended 1 PCPB meeting in the last year and meet qualifications.  The Peninsula Community Planning Board (PCPB) holds an annual election in March to fill five (5) openings. Board terms are three (3) years, with exception of unexpired terms which may also be filled at the March election.

Requirements for those interested in becoming a Board Member:
  • Candidates must be 18 years of age.
  • Candidates must reside, own property, or operate a business within the PCPB boundaries.
  • Candidates must have attended one regular PCPB meeting within the previous 12-month term. Attending the candidates forum qualifies for this requirement.

2023 Board Member Application April Election - MS Word version
PCPB Boundaries Map

Results of July 20, 2023 Special Election
Candidate for July 2023 Board Positions
7/20/23 Results
Years on Elected Term
Cori Salcido 24
Partial Term expires 2026
Jacqueline Lazo Greulich 21
Partial Term expires 2024
Maximillian Apodaca 10

Todd Smith (Write-in) 1

Election Challenges 

Challenges to the election shall be made to the Elections Subcommittee chair within 48 hours of the election. See PCPB bylaws for complete rules and regulations regarding challenges.

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