California governor reappoints two to Boating and Waterways Commission
David Livingston, 52, of Danville, and Virginia Madueno, 51, of Riverbank were reappointed to the California Boating and Waterways Commission by Gov. Jerry Brown, it was announced Feb. 17.
Livingston, a voter registered without party preference, joined the commission in 2012; previously he served as the sheriff-coroner of Contra Costa County and chief of police in Concord, Fremont and Pleasant Hill. He earned a law degree from University of San Francisco Law School, according to the governor’s office.
Madueno, first appointed to the commission in 2013, is president of Imagen LLC and served on the Riverbank City Council. She was also affiliated with Clean Water Action, Stanislaus County Department for Employment and Training, and Stanislaus Chief Executive Office and Stanislaus County Office of Emergency Services. Madueno is a registered Democrat.
Both appointments require State Senate confirmation and offer a $100-per-diem compensation. Seven members currently serve on the commission.