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Posted on: March 9, 2021

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Please see below for current openings and visit http://bit.ly/3l41dpk or contact the City Clerk's Office at clerk@cityofnsb.com or (386) 410-2630 for details.

Leisure Activities Advisory Board: 1 vacancy

Composed of nine members who must be city residents. No member may serve more than two consecutive terms unless waived by the City Commission. The Board submits budget recommendations for the Recreation and Special Events Department to the City Commission; submits short and long-term goals of the Board; and submits quarterly reports regarding the status of goals and overall activities. The Board meets as required in the Alonzo "Babe" James Community Center.

Turnbull Creek Land Preservation Committee: 1 vacancy

Composed of five members who have demonstrated interest in environmental issues, historic preservation, wildlife, biology, botany or water quality. The Committee shall review information related to land preservation along the Turnbull Creek prior to City Commission approval.

Community Development Block Grant Advisory Board: 1 vacancy

Composed of seven regular member and one non-voting member to govern applications for CDBG Program Funding; establishing procedures for its operations; serve in an advisory capacity on issues brought forth by the City Commission for its deliberation.  Voting members shall be citizens of New Smyrna Beach and reside in the area defined by the CDBG funds.  The non-voting member does not need to be a resident of New Smyrna Beach.

Police Pension Board: 2 vacancies

The Police Pension Board is comprised of five members. Members are appointed by the City Commission; two are members of the Police Department, elected by a majority of the active members of the Police Department, who are members of the plan; the remaining members must be chosen by a majority of the members and whose name shall be submitted to the City Commission for final appointment approval. The Police Pension Board is solely responsible for administering the Police Retirement Trust Fund.

Fire Pension Board: 2 vacancies

The Fire Pension Board is comprised of five members. Members are appointed by the City Commission; two are members of the Fire Department, elected by a majority of the active members of the Fire Department, who are members of the plan; the remaining members must be chosen by a majority of the members and whose name shall be submitted to the City Commission for final appointment approval. The Fire Pension Board is solely responsible for administering the Fire Retirement Trust Fund.

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