The Community Services Advisory Board holds public hearings to identify community and housing needs. They then make recommendations to the City Council on the best use of money to meet those needs.
The Community Services Advisory Board assists the City Council in the following areas:
A. Conduct Public Hearings:
1) To identify community and housing needs
2) To review the allocation of money to human services and programs.
B. Recommend to the City Council:
1) Which community service programs to fund
2) Funding for the development of housing program strategies
3) Funding for human services
- Kyle Franklin
- Michael Lacadie
- Laurie Maus
- Edith Owen-Wallace
- Councilmember Linda Farmer (Council Liaison)
Committee members must attend regular meetings. If members miss three or more meetings, they may be dismissed by City Council.
Board members must vote on various business decisions. A majority vote is required to follow through with any decisions.
The members of the Advisory Board are appointed members of the public. They are chosen based on their representation of those affected by the Advisory Board’s decisions.
Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council
Agendas and Minutes
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday monthly at 5:30 p.m.