Harker junior Allika Walvekar recently assembled a youth commission of local high school students with the help of the Los Altos Hills city council. Walvekar has served as the lone youth commissioner since February and is now joined by a full commission that will eventually consist of 12 students. After applying and interviewing with Walvekar and the community relations committee, nine young Los Altos Hills residents join Walvekar and assume responsibilities as liaisons between the city council and youth residents. There are two remaining vacancies. As detailed by the charter, the new commission will support community service and foster unity and friendship through events and social activities.