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File #: 19-0422   
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 4/23/2019 Final action:
Title: NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS
Attachments: 1. Neighborhood Advisory Committees, 2. Neighborhood Advisory Committees establishing document, 3. Information Release NACs, 4. Resolution NACs, 5. Sullivan_Tracey_HSNAC.pdf
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PLACEMENT: Consent
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NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
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After solicitation of applicants, the Board is asked to make the necessary appointments to the Hobe Sound and Jensen Beach Neighborhood Advisory Committees.
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DEPARTMENT: Administration
PREPARED BY: Name: Donna Gordon
Title: Executive Aide
REQUESTED BY: Office of Community Development

PRESET:
PROCEDURES: None

BACKGROUND/RELATED STRATEGIC GOAL:

On September 11, 2018 the Board of County Commissioners approved Resolution 18-9.29 which sets the number of members for each Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC):
Golden Gate Neighborhood Advisory Committee - 7 members
Hobe Sound Neighborhood Advisory Committee - 7 members
Jensen Beach Neighborhood Advisory Committee - 5 members
Old Palm City Neighborhood Advisory Committee - 9 members
Port Salerno Neighborhood Advisory Committee - 7 members
Rio Neighborhood Advisory Committee - 7 members

On November 20, 2018, Resolution Number 18.11.18 was adopted increasing the number of members of the Port Salerno Neighborhood Advisory Committee from seven (7) to nine (9).

On January 29, 2019 the Board made appointments to Neighborhood Advisory Committees but it still left a vacancy on the Hobe Sound NAC and two vacancies on the Jensen Beach NAC.

Administration Staff prepared an Information Release soliciting applicants for the Hobe Sound and Jensen Beach Neighborhood Advisory Committees. It was emailed via Constant Contact to the Outreach Martin and Local Media email lists which includes local Chambers of Commerce, local businesses, local media, and citizens (over 1,500 recipients). The Information Release was also posted to the County's web page under News.

To qualify, Neighborhood Advisory Committee applicants must be an individual who is either:
i. A resident of the respective Community Redevelopment Area, as evidenced by being a registered voter in the respective Community Redev...

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