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County Government has immediate openings for volunteers interested in serving on the following Prince George’s County Boards and Commissions
Upper Marlboro, MD – Prince George’s County Government has immediate openings for volunteers interested in serving on the following Prince George’s County Boards and Commissions:
Individuals who are interested in serving should possess some expertise or interest that will enhance the board or commission’s objectives. Interested persons must be current residents of Prince George’s County and are required to submit a resume and letter of interest. The letter of interest, which should not exceed 350 words, should highlight the applicant’s experiences and reasons for wanting to serve. All information must be sent via email to PGCBC@co.pg.md.us no later than 11:59 p.m., Tuesday, March 6, 2018.
To read more about Prince George’s County Boards and Commissions, please visit https://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/456/Boards-Commissions. To read the Prince George’s County Code, please visit https://library.municode.com/md/prince_george's_county/codes/code_of_ordinances
Commission Descriptions & Criteria:
Enterprise Road Corridor Development Review District Commission
Reviews and comments on all applications for subdivision of land located within the Enterprise Road Corridor boundaries and be made a party of record in all zoning and subdivision matters for which parties of record are identified, which involve property within the District before the Zoning Hearing Examiner, the Planning Board, or the District Council.
VOLUNTEER CANDIDATE CRITERIA:
Solid Waste Advisory Commission
Provides community input, guidance and advice to the County Executive and County Council on matters relating to solid waste management within the county. Members of the Commission review and offer recommendations on the ten-year solid waste management plan; investigate and prepare fiscal impact statements and make recommendations on systematic programs and alternative methods, both public and private, for storage, collection, transportation, processing, disposal and resource recovery of solid waste, including sludge.
Commission for Animal Control
Recommends to the County Executive and to the Director of the Department of the Environment rules and regulations regarding operation of the animal management facility. Conducts public hearings to determine whether violations have occurred and recommends changes in the law regarding the control of animals. Reviews and recommends modifications to the Animal Control Program budget; imposes penalties and orders affirmative actions; and conducts public hearings.
VOLUNTEER CANDIDATE CRITERIA:
Historic Preservation Commission
Administers the provisions of the county's historic preservation ordinance (Subtitle 29, Prince George’s County Code) and the county’s preservation tax credit program. The Commission’s responsibilities are to preserve, protect, and enhance the properties listed in the County Inventory of Historic Resources.