The applicants are former Councilman Dan Davis; environmental activists David Dilworth and Lee Willoughby; local business owner Victoria Stilwell; and residents Carmelita Garcia, Albert Zuniga and Mitchell Matthews.
Davis, 63, served from 2000 to 2002. He recently retired after nearly 20 years of combined service as a senior engineer with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute and as an associate professor of computer science at the Naval Postgraduate School.
Dilworth, 53, is executive director of Helping Our Peninsula’s Environment, which promotes open government and environmental protection.
Willoughby, 71, along with her husband Jim, is head of the Pacific Grove-based Tidepool Coalition.
Stilwell, 47, is owner of The Woodenickel, a gift and home decor store in Pacific Grove.
Garcia, 52, is vice president of the Pacific Grove Police Citizen’s Academy Alumni Association board of directors.
Zuniga, 28, is a salesman and a recent graduate of CSU-Monterey Bay.
Matthews, 48, is a Pacific Grove native.