CITY OF MORENO VALLEY
NOTICE OF BOARDAND COMMISSION OPENINGS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the City of Moreno Valley is now accepting applications for various City Council advisory boards and commissions. The appointees shall be bona fideresidents of the City of Moreno Valley at the time of appointment and throughout their incumbencies and will serve without compensation for designated terms. In addition, theappointees shall attend at least one meeting prior to the appointment (This requirement doesnot apply to the Accessibility Appeals Board).
ACCESSIBILITY APPEALS BOARD
1 term – June 30, 2014Construction Representative1 term – June 30, 2015Public Representative
1 term – June 30, 2015
The appointment to the Arts Commission will be made by the City CouncilInterviews may be conducted with selected applicants.
1 term – June 30, 2015
The appointment to the Library Commission will be made by the City CouncilInterviews may be conducted with selected applicants.
SENIOR CITIZENS’ BOARD
2 terms – June 30, 20141 term – June 30, 2015
The Accessibility Appeals Board shall conduct hearings on written appeals regarding Title 24accessibility issues brought by any person aggrieved by enforcement action taken by the BuildingDivision of the Community Development Department of the City of Moreno Valley, and render decisions regarding accessibility “hardship” cases as prescribed by the State’s Title 24 AccessibilityRegulations. Hearings shall be held within 30 days of receipt of an appeal.The Arts Commission considers matters pertaining to the planning for the arts in the City;facilita
ting interaction among artists; promoting arts activities and education; recognizingachievement in arts; providing a mechanism for public participation in the arts; advising the CityCouncil on the involvement of arts in economic development; supporting and assisting existingorganizations involved in arts and/or culture in the City; reinforcing the City’s identity and civic pridethrough arts and culture; recognizing the importance of arts to the City’s quality of life; researchinggrants for arts and culture and making recommendations for the City Council; encouraging serviceorganizations and/or other governmental agencies to propose, finance, and give public arts projectsto the City; reviewing and considering proposed gifts as to their artistic quality, authenticity,appropriate site, and maintenance and installation costs; and research and provide reports andrecommendations of possible sources of funding, in addition to public funds for potential City publicart projects. Meetings are scheduled on the fourth Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.,Conference and Recreation Center, 14075 Frederick Street.The Library Commission considers all matters pertaining to the administration, operation,development, improvement and maintenance of library services within the City of Moreno Valley.