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File #: 19-0030   
Type: Board and Committee Appointments Status: Passed
In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 4/23/2019 Final action: 4/23/2019
Title: TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS
Attachments: 1. Tourist Development Council.pdf, 2. Tourist Development Council establishing document, 3. Information Release TDC, 4. Resolution TDC, 5. Brady_Dan_Involved.pdf, 6. Steele_Robert_Involved.pdf, 7. Utto_Nadeshda_Involved.pdf, 8. Utto_Nadeshda_CV.pdf, 9. Voting Sheet TDC, 10. B&C-2 SUPP MEMO, 11. Griffith_Edward_Lee_Hotelier.pdf
PLACEMENT: Board and Committee Appointments
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TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
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After the solicitation of applicants, the Board is asked to make two appointments to the Tourist Development Council.
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DEPARTMENT: Administration
PREPARED BY: Name: Donna Gordon
Title: Executive Aide
REQUESTED BY: Nerissa Okiye, Tourism and Marketing Manager

PRESET:
PROCEDURES: None

BACKGROUND/RELATED STRATEGIC GOAL:

The Tourist Development Council was created pursuant to Section 71.238, General Ordinances, Martin County Code on January 20, 2015.

The Tourist Development Council shall have the following powers and duties:
1. Conduct public hearings to receive information from the public with respect to the effectiveness of the existing tourist development efforts by both public and private agencies, organizations, and businesses and the need for additional or different tourist development efforts.
2. Recommend a method of coordination of existing tourist development efforts by both public and private agencies, organizations, and businesses and of new or additional tourist development efforts to obtain maximum economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of the tourist development efforts in and for Martin County.
3. Identify and recommend methods of eliminating unnecessary duplications in existing tourist development efforts by both public and private agencies, organizations, and businesses and preventing or minimizing such duplications of new or proposed tourist development efforts.
4. Identify and develop new tourist development efforts by both public and private agencies, organizations, and businesses.
5. Create, prepare, and submit to the Board a Tourist Development Plan in the manner meeting the requirements of F.S.125.0104, and, from time to time thereafter, make recommendations to the Board for changes to the Tourist Development Plan.
6. From time to time, to make recommendations to the Board for ...

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