Council Members

 

 
 

The Anderson City Council meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month in the City Council Chambers on the Third Floor of City Hall located at the corner of Howard and Silver Streets. 

 For additional information contact the City Clerk's Office at (530) 378-6646


 

 

AndersonCityCouncil-4FMayor, Norma Comnick

Norma Comnick was appointed to the Anderson City Council in April, 1996. She then ran for office on the City Council and was elected in 2000, 2004, and 2008.  Norma took a break from the Council in 2012 and was elected to the City Council again in 2014.

Norma served as the Anderson representative on the Shasta County Regional Transportation Planning Agency and the Redding Area Bus Authority for a number of years and also served on the Anderson Fire Protection Board for 11 years until it went to an elected board. We have seen much growth over the years she has served the Anderson community, such as Walmart Supercenter, Frontier Senior Center, the Teen Center and Anderson Skateboard Park. 

 Contact Information:  (530) 378-6646 or ncomnick@yahoo.com


AndersonCityCouncil-6FVice-Mayor, Stan Neutze


Stan Neutze was elected to the Anderson City Council on November 8, 2016.  Stan's parents owned a small business in Anderson for 25 years and Stan has made Anderson his home since 1958.  Both Stan and his children are graduates of Anderson Union High School. Stan also graduated from Shasta College and Chico State and worked at two local mills while attending college.  

Stan holds a BSc in Industrial Administration, a Master of Arts in Management and Human Relations, a Masters in Military Science, and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA).

Stan served in the US Army for twenty years, retiring as a Major, and is a Gulf War Veteran (1990-1991).  Stan coached Anderson Youth Football and served on the Football Board for eight years.  Stan is also; a member of the Anderson VFW; the Chairman for the VFW Voice of Democracy and Patriot's Pen essay contests; the Chairman for the Memorial Day Service at the Anderson Cemetery; and the VFW representative for a  local Cub Scout Pack.

Stan has taught Concealed Carry Classes since 1994 as a Certified NRA Instructor and serves as the Usher Coordinator at his Church.  Stan has worked for a Mortgage Bank and currently has a private commercial mortgage brokerage.  Additionally, Stan served on the South County School Attendance Review Board (SARB) for five years and is a member of the Shasta County Sportsman's Association.

Stan says, "Public Safety, City Utilities, and Business Development will be my Priorities.  I will always do what I think is best for the citizens of Anderson."

Contact Information: (503) 378-6646 or sneutze@ci.anderson.ca.us

 


AndersonCityCouncil-26F Councilmember, Baron V. Browning


Baron V. Browning moved to Anderson from Sacramento in 2006 to be closer to his wife’s family and feels it is a great place to raise a family.  Baron is married to Susie (Lauderdale) Browning, an Anderson native and Anderson High School graduate, and they have one daughter Brianna.  Baron was born in Hillsboro, Oregon, and moved to California when the company he worked for transferred him in 1999.  Baron has been a business executive for several Fortune 500 companies including his current position with Spherion Staffing.  Baron graduated from Dayville High School in Oregon and attended North Dakota State University.  Baron was stationed in Norfolk, VA while serving in the U.S. Marine Corp (USMC) Logistics and Embarkation.  Baron enjoys serving the community and has assisted in starting several Non Profit organizations including “Community for Anderson Explodes”.  Baron is also a member of the Anderson Rotary.  

 Contact Information: (530)776-4964  or bbrowning@ci.anderson.ca.us


 

 

AndersonCityCouncil-32FCouncilmember, Melissa Hunt

Melissa Hunt was born in Redding and lived here in Shasta County through her graduation from Shasta Christian Academy in Anderson in 1983. Melissa moved to Los Angeles to obtain her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education and taught for two years before moving back to the north state. She pursued further education at Simpson University where she received her California Multiple Subject Teaching Credentials in 1992 and her Master's of Arts Degree in Education in 1993. She taught 4th grade at Country Christian School in Redding for 9 years. For more experience in the business field, Melissa left the classroom to work at and soon manage Curves in Anderson from '04 to '08. Along with the members and staff at Curves, she was instrumental and headed up many fundraising events including food for Anderson Cottonwood Christian Assistance and holiday gifts for Toys from the Heart. In 2005-2006 Melissa also served on the Federal Grand Jury for sixteen months in Sacramento.  With the creation of "Melissa On The Roof," Melissa has raised funds for local non-profits like Women's Refuge, CASA, and Plus One Mentors.  She now spends her time organizing events and activities for seniors.  Melissa is excited to be on the ground floor of the growth that she believes Anderson is on the verge of experiencing. She wants the growth to be growth that will make Anderson a well-rounded community and a force to be reckoned with in the business arena.

Contact Information: (530) 378-6646 or melissainanderson@yahoo.com


 

 

AndersonCityCouncil-12FCouncilmember,  Susie Baugh

Susie Baugh is an Anderson native, an Anderson High School graduate, and for the past 37 years has lived in one of the cities’ most historic homes.  A small business owner, she has been very active in assorted school committees, was the vice-chair while on the Anderson Planning Commission (January 2009 – December 2012), and a member of the Anderson Chamber of Commerce.  Susie is co-founder of the Anderson Community Garden which supplies tens of thousands of pounds of fresh produce to food banks, seniors and those in need throughout the South County at no cost.  She currently serves as the Director of Women’s Ministries at Anderson Community Church, and is a mentor for junior and senior high school girls.  Susie feels very blessed to be able to live in a community that has so much potential, has a great management staff, police department, and a top notch support team.  Looking forward is the potential for growth to our city with new and exciting businesses both large and small.  Public safety and a clean community are priorities for our city.  We want to be seen as a great place to live work, and play! 

Contact Information:  (530) 524-2079 or sbaugh@ci.anderson.ca.us