Citizen Advisory Task Force
The Committee does not meet on a regular basis; therefore, a flexible schedule is maintained. All meetings are held in the Council Chambers located in City Hall.
Notice of all meetings is provided to the members and posted on the bulletin board at City Hall at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting and is subject to Section 286.011 Florida Statutes, et. Seq. (Public Meeting Law).
The Citizens Advisory Task Force is a 5 member committee appointed by the City Council. Membership may be renewed as authorized by the Council. Members serve without remuneration but may be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred as authorized and approved by the City Council.
Duties & Responsibilities
The duties and responsibilities of the Committee are to provide a forum to receive input from citizens on various community issues.
The City Council, through the City Administrator, refers community development issues and concerns to the Committee for study and review. In order to obtain meaningful and timely input from the Committee, public hearings are conducted to obtain community input relative to matters of public housing, economic development and infrastructure needs of the City.
Actions of this Committee are crucial whenever Community Development Block Grants or related grants are sought by the City. The Committee’s recommendations are transmitted to the City Council for final action.
- This board does not operate under a separate budget; however, the City does provide administrative support.
- Appointment Term: 2 Years
- Financial Disclosure: Not Required
- CATF meets on an “as needed” basis.