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CURRENT VACANCIES AS OF NOVEMBER 2019

 Board/Commission    Description of Duties Meeting Frequency  Position Available
 Board of Adjustment

The Board hears zoning appeals, interprets the zoning code, grants temporary use permits and variances to the code.

 Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month  1 - private citizen who are residents of the city
 Building Board of     Appeals The Board rules on appeals to technical interpretations of the building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, fire and property maintenance codes which either supports or rejects the City's Chief Building Official, Fire Marshal or Code Official interpretations.
 Meets at least once a year

 1 - Arizona registered architect or structural engineer doing business in the City of Peoria

 Building Board of     Appeals  The Board rules on appeals to technical interpretations of the building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, fire and property maintenance codes which either supports or rejects the City's Chief Building Official, Fire Marshal or Code Official interpretations.  Meets at least once a year  1 - Arizona licensed electrical, mechanical, fire protection or plumbing contractor
 Historic Preservation   Commission The Commission is responsible for the identification and recommendation to Council for the designation of landmarks, increase public awareness of historic, cultural and architectural preservation, approve/disapprove applications for Certificate of Appropriateness and establish a uniform schedule of fees for services.  Meets every other month  2 - Citizen members with interest in historic preservation, planning or architectural development within the city
 Industrial Development   Authority  The Authority is responsible for approving secured or unsecured loans for the purpose of financing or re-financing the acquisition, construction, improvement or equipping of privately-owned projects.  Meets at least twice a year  1 - private citizen who are residents of the city
 Municipal Development   Authority The Authority is responsible for reviewing and approving secured or unsecured loans for the purpose of financing or refinancing the acquisition, construction, improvement or equipping of City-owned projects.  Meets at least once a year   1 - private citizen who are residents of the city
 Veterans Memorial   Board The Board is responsible for development and promotional activities related to the recognition of veterans of the armed forces of the United States and their contributions to the community.  The Board recommends activities and events to the City to focus on the contributions of veterans.  Meets as needed  2 - private citizens (no residency requirement)

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