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News - February 19, 2014

Woodside: Incumbents reappointed to Planning Commission

Two incumbents, Adolph Rosekrans and Grant Huberty, have each been appointed by the Woodside Town Council to serve new four-year terms on the Woodside Planning Commission.

Mr. Huberty was appointed in December 2013 to serve out the remainder of Sandra Thompson's term. He is a retired real estate professional who grew up in Woodside, moved away for more than 30 years and returned in 2007.

He lives in Woodside Hills, but will represent District 3, which is in the southwest area of town, generally between Woodside and Manzanita roads, because there were no applicants from that neighborhood.

Mr. Rosekrans is an architect who has lived in Woodside since the 1930s. He represents District 4, where he lives.

The only other candidate was Frank Rosenblum, who also applied for a seat on the Planning Commission in December.

Go to to see a map of the districts.


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