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Advisory Body Vacancies
Current and Upcoming Vacancies:
The City of Livermore is currently recruiting for the advisory bodies listed below; however, you may apply for any advisory body at any time, and your application will be held for a period of one year. Prior to being interviewed by the City Council Subcommittee for Advisory Bodies, applicants are required to attend at least one meeting of the Advisory Body applied for.
Please submit your completed application no later than April 18, 2014 to be eligible for our next interview session (tentatively scheduled for April 30, 2014).
The Beautification Committee's mission is to preserve the natural beauty and habitat of Livermore. The Committee reviews and recommends to City Council: beautification projects for parks, roadsides, medians, city gateways, and standards for landscape maintenance districts. Public outreach achievements include Earth Day, Arbor Day and Annual Appearance Awards.
Historic Preservation Commission
Responsible for identifying, protecting, and preserving Livermore's historic resources. Their successes are visible in the beauty of Livermore's historic structures and landmarks.
Human Services Commission
Provides a forum for the discussion of community social needs, monitors the expenditure of Housing and Human Services Funds, assists local agencies in procuring grants, and submits an annual report to City Council on the status of social conditions and progress toward achieving solutions to the community's human needs.
Library Board of Trustees
The Library Board helps to set goals and objectives for the broad variety of services and programs the Library provides and recommends policy modifications to City Council.
Livermore Housing Authority (Tenant member)
The purpose of the Authority is to administer and oversee the 125 low-income housing units at Leahy Square. Additionally, the Authority oversees the Section Eight Certificate Program and the Voucher Program for subsidized housing.
Livermore Area Youth Advisory Commission (youth and adult members)
Giving the youth a voice in Livermore, the Commission is committed to providing social and recreational opportunities for young people. The Commission also addresses responsibility for the health, safety, welfare and education of Livermore's youth.
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