Measure U Oversight Committee selection process squeaks past Brown Act requirements

O■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Reporter n Jan 31, the Hemet City Council conducted interviews at the Hemet Library for the Measure U Oversight Committee. More than 30 people applied for the seven available committee positions. Interviews took place on the second floor of the Hemet Library in the Naawichum Pomki Room. The doors were shut and all candidates waited outside the room for their turn to interview. Originally, the interviews were going to be conducted with all applicants interviewing in front of all four remaining council members at the same time. Councilman K. Paul Raver, a staunch advocate of public safety and local control, resigned in December, leaving the remaining

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