Chapter 3.54
YOUTH, SENIOR AND FAMILY SERVICES ADVISORY BOARD

Sections:

3.54.010    Established.

3.54.020    Purpose – Function and jurisdiction.

3.54.030    Membership – Term.

3.54.040    Meetings – Organization.

3.54.010 Established.

There is established an advisory citizens committee to be known as “youth, senior and family services advisory board.” (Ord. 14C-02 § 2; Ord. A-102 § 6, 1991; added during 1980 codification).

3.54.020 Purpose – Function and jurisdiction.

A. It shall be the responsibility of the youth, senior and family services advisory board to make recommendations on major programs and policy questions as they occur.

B. The board shall review annual budgetary recommendations as prepared by the youth and family services director.

C. The board shall represent youth, seniors and families.

D. The board shall participate in fundraising events as they deem appropriate. (Ord. 14C-02 § 2; Ord. A-102 § 6, 1991; added during 1980 codification).

3.54.030 Membership – Term.

A. The youth, senior and family services advisory board shall consist of 12 youth (high school students: three ninth graders, three tenth graders, three eleventh graders, three twelfth graders) and 12 adults (four of which shall be seniors aged 65 years or older), each of whom shall be appointed by the mayor subject to the confirmation of the city council. The mayor shall designate one or more city council members to act as liaison between the city council and the youth, senior and family services advisory board.

B. The term of each adult voting member, unless terminated earlier by the appointing authority, shall be three years, and shall expire on May 31, or until his or her successor is appointed and qualifies. The term of each youth voting member shall be for two years, until high school graduation of the youth, or sooner if terminated by appointing authority. Vacancies occurring in any position on the board shall be filled by appointment by the mayor with confirmation by the city council for the unexpired term.

C. No member shall receive any compensation for his or her services. (Ord. 14C-02 § 2; Ord. A-102 § 6, 1991; Ord. A-88 § 10, 1991; added during 1980 codification).

3.54.040 Meetings – Organization.

The youth, senior and family services advisory board shall determine the time and place of its meetings and other rules and regulations, which rules shall be reduced to writing and a copy filed with the city clerk. (Ord. 14C-02 § 2; Ord. A-102 § 6, 1991; added during 1980 codification).