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Application for Board or Commission Appointment

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  1. 1. Application for Board or Commission Appointment
  2. 2. Personal Information
  3. 3. Questionnaire
  4. 4. Signature Page
  • Application for Board or Commission Appointment

    1. Application for Board or Commission Appointment

      Citizens can bring valuable insight and provide skilled resources to local government by serving on city Boards and Commissions. The citizens appointed to serve on these volunteer organizations represent the views of all citizens to the Mayor and Council. In this role, they make decisions and help recommend and review policies for the City of Lilburn. This questionnaire will assist the City Council in its review process to determine applicant eligibility and qualifications for Board or Commission appointments.

    2. Please seriously consider these questions before applying for membership on a Board or Commission:

      • Do I fully understand the role and responsibilities of this Board or Commission? Am I willing to spend my time, skills and energy on the goals and mission of this Board or Commission including preparation for and regularly attending meetings?

      • Do I have skills and experience that will be useful on this Board or Commission?

      • Am I willing to perform a reasonable amount of work outside of regularly scheduled Board or Commission meetings?

      • Can I work effectively with the other members of the Board or Commission?

      • Am I willing to participate in necessary Board or Commission training, education and development activities that will improve my effectiveness in my position? Note that the city pays for training seminars and associated expenses to improve a member’s knowledge of a Board or Commission role and responsibilities. In addition, most Board and Commission members receive a small honorarium for attending regular board meetings.