Authority: The Youth Committee was established by City Council in 2009.
Mission Statement/Purpose: The Youth Committee was established to give voice to the concerns and needs of youth in Temple City and to serve as a link to the City Council. We value and promote youth ideas, input, involvement, diversity, communication, and success. We commit to helping unite all people so that we may better understand one another and work together to make our community a better place to live. Through our leadership, we hope to progress toward the fulfillment of our vision.
Meetings: The Youth Committee meets regularly on the fourth Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. Special meetings may be scheduled at other times as required. Regular meetings are cancelled if there are no agenda items to be heard.
Membership: The Youth Committee consists of ten members appointed by the City Council. All members must be residents or Temple City school students between the ages of 13-17. The current members of the Youth Committee are listed below.
|Name||Date of Appointment||Date Term Expires|
|Lucas Cole de Paula||07/01/2023||06/30/2024|
Term: Youth Committee members are appointed for two-year terms. Members must be Temple City residents or Temple City Unified School District students, at the time of appointment to office and throughout the entire period of service on the committee. There is no limit on the number of times a member may be reappointed.
Can Members Serve on Other Committees? Yes, a member of one committee could potentially serve on another committee. Similarly, a member of a commission could serve on one or more committees.
Can Elected Officials Serve? One or two City Council members may serve on a committee as a representative of, or liaison to, the City Council. In addition, the mayor appoints standing committees and ad hoc committees of the City Council to focus on particular issues. These committees consist of two City Council members and do not have any other appointed members.
Compensation: Committee members are not compensated for their service. City Council members are compensated for their service but do not receive any additional compensation for serving on a standing committee, ad hoc committee, or other committee.Agendas & Minutes