Public Works Advisory Board
The purpose of the Board is to advise the Town Council (Council) and Manager on public works issues to include, but not be limited to, water and sewer matters, public roads, and public buildings. The Board shall work on other issues assigned by the Council or Manager. The Board shall propose principles, goals, and methods, and offer guidance to the Council and Manager on water resources and public works issues (§ 3.05.076)
Public Works Advisory Board Members
Tripp Carroll III
Powers and Duties of Public Works Advisory Board (§ 3.05.077)
POWERS AND DUTIES (§ 3.05.077)
The Board shall report to the Town Council and shall have the following powers and duties:
(A) At the direction of the Council and Manager, conduct studies and make recommendations on matters relating to water resources and public works issues.
(B) Review operational reports and expenditures, and prepare recommendations to the Council and Manager on ways to improve water resources and public works operations and finances.
(C) At their request, assist the Council and Manager in the resolution of complaints and concerns registered by the town’s citizens, governmental agencies, or other entities.
(D) All Board reports, recommendations, or requests for actions shall be coordinated, as appropriate, with other town boards working through the Manager and Council.
(E) Because the Board is advisory in purpose, no Board member shall make, or have the authority to make, any contractual or financial obligations or arrangements on behalf of, or for, the town.
COMPOSITION AND TERMS OF OFFICE (§ 3.05.078)
(A) There shall be seven (7) members of the Commission, to be appointed by the Council for 2-year staggered terms. All members shall serve without compensation. The terms of office shall commence on July 1 and end on June 30, 2 years later, unless appointed to fill a vacancy, in which the term would begin immediately and end when the term was scheduled to end.
(B) All members shall be residents of the town’s planning and zoning jurisdictions.
(C) The Council may remove a Board member only by taking a public vote. A Board member who misses 3 consecutive meetings without being excused by the Board shall be considered to have resigned membership in the Board. The vacancy shall be filled by the Council.