• New Committee Members

    Kathy Anderson was approved as the newest member of the ADA Compliance Advisory Committee. A comparatively new Pacific Grove resident, Anderson served as Manager of Diversity and University Compliance at Sonoma State University. In 2007, she became Director of Diversity, Equity and Employment Practices at CSU-Monterey Bay. She is campus investigator for complaints of discrimination and harassment, including complaints of ADA violations.
    Anderson states that she remains current in all case law decisions in those areas, and is the Title IX Officer for the campus. She monitors equity in athletics programs and responds to sexual harassment complaints. She is ADA Coordinator for CSUMB and as such determines eligibility for accommodations for employees. With 20 years of experience as an educator in matters of Equal Employment Opportunity, she brings a wealth of skills to the ADA Compliance Advisory Committee.

    Steve Honneger’s name is familiar to many in Pacific Grove through his work with the Historical Society. He has been appointed to the Historic Resources Committee.
    Steve is a general contractor specializing in historic restorations. He has a background in archival research and structural analysis, which gives him credentials to determine how and when buildings were added to or otherwise modified.

    Jim McCord has also been appointed to the Historic Resources Committee, he says at the suggestion of Ken Hinshaw. McCord is a licensed California Architect and was a member of the Architectural Review Board for the City. He has executed designs and construction documents and site observations for more than 20 historic structures, including at least nine in Pacific Grove. McCord has won awards for his work on historic buildings in Monterey and Carmel. He has won Heritage Society of Pacific Grove Design Awards, including one for the Lighthouse Cinema building in the area of “new commercial building in historic contextual Victorian style.”


    posted to Cedar Street Times on February 27, 2009

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