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City Council March 22 - City boards and commissionsPresentation Transcript
City Boards and Commissions March 22, 2011
Areas of Interest Coincide terms with Council election cycle Conduct formal orientation process Create a recruiting advisory board to assist Council in selection process Consolidate boards to reduce overlap and create a more efficient process
Boards Not Administered by City of San Angelo MHMR Metropolitan Planning Organization Concho River Water Master Advisory Housing Authority TGC Appraisal District
Working Committees Composed of Council, Staff, and Industry Professionals Audit Committee Investment Oversight Committee
City Boards strictly regulated by State Law Civil Service Commission Construction Board of Adjustment & Appeals Development Corporation Planning Commission Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) Zoning Board of Adjustment
Advisory Boards Airport Animal Services Civic Events Downtown Development Commission Fairmount Cemetery (Perpetual and by Deed) Fort Concho (also a Fort Concho Foundation Board 501c3) Historic Preservation Keep San Angelo Beautiful Park Commission (Santa Fe Trust, Perpetual and by Deed) Public Art Recreation River Corridor Senior Services Water Advisory Board
Consolidation Opportunities Parks and Recreation Commission Parks Commission Recreation Advisory Senior Services Advisory Planning and Design Commission Planning Commission River Corridor Historic Preservation
Consolidation Opportunities Civic Events and Visitors Commission Requires working with the Chamber of Commerce on this consolidation Civic Events Convention Visitors Bureau Board (Chamber of Commerce appointed)
Other Board Considerations Keep San Angelo Beautiful Currently exists as a City appointed Board The model utilized by Keep America Beautiful is to create a non-profit organization that organizes this function Public Art Commission Do we keep it as a stand alone Board or consolidate with Parks and Recreation or Planning and Design Commission if they are consolidated Hotel Occupancy Tax Oversight Board Does Council want to create an oversight board for Hotel Occupancy Tax that is not associated with a group that receives these funds?