Mayor London Breed has appointed three new members to the city’s Airport Commission and the Recreation and Park Commission.

Incumbent Recreation and Park Commission president Mark Buell was appointed to the five-member Airport Commission, where he will serve a four-year term, the mayor’s office said in a news release Tuesday.

He assumes the seat formerly held by Eleanor Johns, who passed away last spring, according to the mayor’s office.

“It has been an enormous honor to serve on the Recreation and Park Commission, and I am proud of what we have done to expand San Franciscans’ access to outdoor spaces,” Buell said in a statement. “I look forward to undertaking my new responsibilities as a commissioner for San Francisco’s award-winning airport.”   

Meanwhile, the mayor’s office said Carey Wintroub will be filling in for Buell’s seat on the Recreation and Park Commission, where Breanna Zwart will also assume another seat formerly held by Larry Griffin, who passed away last summer.

“I’m especially appreciative that they are taking on this role at this critical time when we all are working so hard to lift up all that our city has to offer, including our park system that serves residents and visitors from all over the world,” Breed said in a statement. 

Wintroub and Zwart will also have four-year terms on the seven-member Recreation and Park Commission.