Committee On Aging
Authority: The Committee on Aging was established by City Council in 2019.
Purpose: The Committee on Aging was established for the following reasons:
1. To assist the Parks & Recreation Department with the implementation of the Temple City Senior Master Plan (SMP).
2. To advise and assist Parks & Recreation staff regarding activities, programs and services for seniors.
3. To inform the Parks & Recreation Commission and the City Council about programs and services benefiting seniors.
4. To evaluate existing senior programs and services annually.
5. To advocate for legislative issues that affect the lives of older adults and to disseminate information that will enable seniors to participate actively in the democratic process.
Meetings: The Committee on Aging meets quarterly (January, April, July, October) on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the Live Oak Park Annex Building. Special meetings may be scheduled at other times as required. Regular meetings are cancelled if there are no agenda items to be heard.
Membership: The Committee on Aging consists of nine (9) members appointed by the City Council. Membership may be drawn from community members, professionals in the field of aging, non-profit leaders, faith-based representatives, program participants, and persons representing the business community. Persons currently serving on any City Commission are not eligible, except the appointed member from the Parks and Recreation Commission who is a non-voting member. The current members of the Committee on Aging are listed below.
Current Chair and Vice-Chair
Carole Rodenbucher, Chair
Liz Powell, Vice-Chair
|Name||Date of Appointment||Date Term Expires|
|Judith Gunther||February 9, 2019||June 30, 2023|
|Jerry Jambazian||February 9, 2019||June 30, 2023|
|Lucy Liou||February 9, 2019||June 30, 2023|
|Liz Powell||July 1, 2022||June 30, 2024|
|Carole Rodenbucher||February 9, 2019||June 30, 2023|
|Ann Seitz||July 1, 2022||June 30, 2024|
|Michael Wintercorn||July 1, 2022||June 30, 2024|
*The Parks & Recreation Commission and City Council shall each appoint one of its members to serve on the CoA as a non-voting representative who does not count towards quorum.
Term: Committee on Aging members shall serve staggered two (2) year terms. Initial appointments shall be for one or two years and shall be from the date of appointment to June 30. Terms shall commence on July 1 and terminate on June 30. There is no limit on the number of times a member may be reappointed.
Can Members Serve on Other Committees? Yes, a member of one committee could potentially serve on another committee. Similarly, a member of a commission could serve on one or more committees.
Can Elected Officials Serve? One or two City Council members may serve on a committee as a representative of, or liaison to, the City Council. In addition, the mayor appoints standing committees and ad hoc committees of the City Council to focus on particular issues. These committees consist of two City Council members and do not have any other appointed members.
Compensation: Committee members are not compensated for their service. City Council members are compensated for their service but do not receive any additional compensation for serving on a standing committee, ad hoc committee, or other committee.
Senior Master Plan
The City Council formally adopted the Senior Master Plan at its April 17, 2018 meeting. Please click the link below to view the final document:
Senior Master Plan Progress Report 2019
One of the primary reasons the Committee on Aging (CoA) was established was to assist the Parks & Recreation Department (Department) with the implementation of the Temple City Senior Master Plan (SMP). To that end, the Department is committed to working with the CoA to create an annual Senior Master Plan Progress Report that highlights our collective accomplishments, plans, and present/future goals regarding the SMP. The following is a link to the 2019 report:
Agendas & Minutes
Legend S - Special Meeting, R - Regular Meeting, C - Cancelled Meeting