The city of Tracy seeks applicants for the Measure V Residents’ Oversight Committee, the five-member panel that reviews financial reports related to the half-cent sales tax approved by Tracy voters in 2016.

The five-member committee has one seat that has been vacant since June. On Tuesday the Tracy City Council appointed Mayor Robert Rickman and Mayor Pro Tem Nancy Young to an ad-hoc committee that will interview candidates.

Committee members serve three-year terms and meet on the third Mondays in January, April, July and October. It is a volunteer position, with the committee required to prepare an annual report on Measure V revenues and expenses to the Tracy City Council every year.

The deadline to apply is 6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 28. Application forms are available at the Tracy City Clerk’s office, 333 Civic Center Drive, Tracy, CA 95376, or by calling 831-6105, or by fax, 831-6120, or through the city’s website,

• Contact the Tracy Press at or 835-3030.

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