Advisory Boards

  • Apr 20, 2010
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Advisory Boards give County residents a chance to participate in County government by providing input, expertise, experience and guidance in the decision making process of the County.

Advisory Boards cover a wide range of topics in diverse areas of interest such as affordable housing, the environment, quality of life, tourism, development, historical preservation, County finances and more.

 

 If you intend to apply, please note the following important information:

  • Eligibility for membership on certain advisory boards/committees/commissions requires a valid voter registration card.
  • Membership on certain advisory boards/committees/commissions requires financial disclosure or the submission of other information. Florida State Statute 119.07 designates this application as a public document to be made available for anyone requesting to view it.
  • Manatee County Land Development Code Ordinance 90-01 states that no member of the Planning Commission or Board of Zoning Appeals shall be a member of another land development-related advisory board serving unincorporated Manatee County.
  • Applications for all advisory boards/committees/commissions will remain active for one (1) year. Resumes may be included, however, the application MUST be completed.

If you are interested in participating on an Advisory Board, review the list below to find one that suits your interest and then download, fill out and submit the Advisory Board Application.

 

 

Advisory Board Vacancies

Manatee County is currently accepting applications for vacancies for the following advisory board.  For more information about the specific advisory board see the list below.

 

Criminal Nuisance Abatement Board – Five vacancies - Two of the board seats are one-year terms. Three seats are two-year terms.

Applications due by August 14, 2014   For more information, call Peyt Dewar, Nuisance Abatement Coordinator and Code Enforcement Officer at (941) 748-2071 or e-mail him at peyt.dewar@mymanatee.org

 

The Criminal Nuisance Abatement Board hears cases regarding criminal nuisances on places or premises located in unincorporated areas of the county.   Applicants should be interested in providing administrative oversight with authority to impose administrative fines and other non-criminal penalties in order to provide an equitable, expeditious and effective method of enforcing ordinances in unincorporated areas of Manatee County.  Familiarity with the County’s Land Development Code and the Nuisance Abatement ordinance are beneficial but not required. All applicants should be Manatee County residents.

The board meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m. in the first floor Commission Chambers of the Manatee County Government Administration Building, 1112 Manatee Avenue West, Bradenton.


 

Advisory Boards