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Neighborhood Advisory Committee Vacancies -Jensen Beach & Old Palm City

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The Martin County Board of County Commissioners is seeking applications from individuals interested in volunteering to serve on the Jensen Beach and Old Palm City Neighborhood Advisory Committees (NAC). The Committee makes recommendations to the Martin County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) regarding implementation of each area’s Community Redevelopment Plan.
To qualify, you must be an individual who is either:
  1. A resident of the respective Community Redevelopment Area, as evidenced by being a registered voter in the respective Community Redevelopment Area for at least one year, or
  2. A resident of Martin County, as evidenced by being a registered voter in Martin County for at least one year, who is also a business owner of a business located within the respective Community Redevelopment Area; or
  3. A resident of Martin County, as evidenced by being a registered voter in Martin County for at least two years, who is also a senior manager of a business located within the respective Community Redevelopment Area; or
  4. A resident of Martin County, as evidenced by being a registered voter in Martin County for at least one year, who also owns real property within a mile of the respective Community Redevelopment Area. No more than two members of any respective Neighborhood Advisory Committee will be appointed from category 4. above.
Jensen Beach meetings are typically held on the first Wednesday of every other month at 5pm at the Jensen Beach Community Center. Next few meetings are: May 13, July 1, September 2, and November 4.  These are four year terms.
Old Palm City meetings are held the third Monday of every other month at 6pm at the Palm City Community Center. Next few meetings are: April 20, June 15, August 17, October 19, and December 14.  This term will expire in April 2022.
All members are expected to attend each and every meeting of the committee. If a member is absent from three meetings of the Committee within a twelve-month period, said member is automatically removed from the Committee but may apply for re-appointment by the Board.
Florida Law prohibits an advisory board member from doing business with its agency (the County). Section 112.313(3) and (7), Fla. Stat.
All individuals serve without compensation and are requested to submit an Application for Appointment to Martin County Administration by Friday, April 3, 2020. For an Application, please call Martin County Administration at 288.5756 or email Donna.

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