In its first meeting, the North Tustin Advisory Committee selected officers and voted to meet at in North Tustin instead of Santa Ana as county officials had requested.
The five-member committee appointed by the Board of Supervisors is responsible for advising the county on proposed land development projects in North Tustin. In a cost-cutting measure, the committee was created to replace an elected body, the North Tustin Municipal Advisory Council.
At the meeting Wednesday in Santa Ana, committee members unanimously selected Michael Gray as chairman, Mark D. Held as vice chairman and Alexander Carrassi as recording secretary.
The group also voted to add another alternate, who would be appointed by the Foothill Communities Assn. At present, four members of the committee and two alternates are appointed by the Board of Supervisors and the remaining member is appointed by the FCA.