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File #: 20-1069    Version: 1 Name: Commendation for Former Commissioner Darryl Cherness
Type: Presentation Status: Recognition Presentation
File created: 6/12/2020 In control: CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
On agenda: 7/1/2020 Final action:
Title: Commendation for Former Commission Member Darryl Cherness
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Commendation for Former Commission Member Darryl Cherness



Meeting Date:  July 1, 2020


Contact Person/Dept:  Mily C. Huntley/Administrative Services


Phone Number:  310-253-5640


Fiscal Impact:  Yes []    No [X]                                           General Fund:  Yes []     No []


Public Hearing:  []          Action Item:                     []          Attachments: []   


Public Notification:   (Email) Meetings and Agendas - Civil Service Commission; (6/25/20); (Email) All City Staff (6/25/20)


Department Approval: Serena Wright-Black, Assistant City Manager (6/17/20)






Darryl Cherness was appointed to the Civil Service Commission (Commission) by the City Council on July 1, 2013. After serving four years he was reappointed to a second term on July 1, 2017.


During his tenure, Mr. Cherness proved to be a thoughtful and valuable member of the Commission He served as Chair and Vice-Chair of the Commission where he demonstrated to be a fair leader.  In addition to the countless hours spent at meetings and hearings, Mr. Cherness also served as an Ad-Hoc Subcommittee member in reviewing and recommending subsequent amendments to the Civil Service Rules. 


Mr. Cherness’ commitment, dedication and professionalism provided to the community is appreciated by City Council, members of the Civil Service Commission and staff.


The Commission will be presenting Mr. Cherness with a commendation in appreciation for his service to the City of Culver City.