SIKESTON -- The following board and commission appointments and reappointments were made by Council members during their regular meeting Tuesday:
On the Board of Adjustments, alternate member Jessie Redd was made a full member along with Ronald Galemore. Kelley Rushing was named an alternate member.
Howard Gibson was reappointed to the Board of Appeals.
Bill Mitchell was reappointed to a term on the Housing Authority Board. Mike Jensen was chosen to replace Lee Bowman Jr. who is ineligible due to term limits.
Herman Gardner was reappointed to the Land Clearance Redevelopment Authority Commission.
On the Library Board of Trustees, Linda Glaus and Larry Bohannon were reappointed to new terms and will be joined by new appointment Nancy Settles.
John Harris was reappointed to a new term on the Park Board. Bobby Tyrone and Jeffrey Hay were appointed to full terms and Scott Jenkins will serve an interim term on the board.
On the Planning and Zoning Commission, Emory McCauley and Richard McGill were reappointed. Edward Miller was named as the new appointment.
Richard Adams was appointed to a new term on the Public Safety Advisory Board. Ronnie Warren was also appointed.
David Ziegenhorn and Bonnie Dyer were reappointed to the Rental Ordinance Appeals Board. Two new appointments were made: Bobby Tyrone and Scott Jenkins.
Reappointments to the Sikeston Area Higher Education Center Advisory Council were Carl Addison, Janice Barkett and Kathy Anglin while Jeff Mansfield, Linda Boyd and Rick LaPlant were appointed as new SAHEC council members.
Felicia Blanton was appointed to a term on the Sikeston-Miner Convention and Visitors Bureau Advisory Board.
There were two reappointments for the Tax Increment Finance Commission: Bart Grant and Steve Matthews.
On the Traffic Committee, Larry Tetley was reappointed as a full member, alternate members Anna Warf and Greg Walker were made full members, and Paul Cohen was appointed as a new alternate member.
Appointees will be notified of the oath of office ceremonies that will be conducted during the special Council meeting Sept. 25 and the regular Council meeting Oct. 2.