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File #: [19-0636]    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Appointment Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 4/9/2019 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 6/26/2019 Final action:
Title: Appointments to the Housing Advisory Board.
Attachments: 1. Ballot, 2. Applications, 3. Master Ballot
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Appointments to the Housing Advisory Board.

Sabrina Oliver, Director/Town Clerk
Communications and Public Affairs
Amy Harvey, Deputy Town Clerk

Alisha Cordell, Admin Assistant
Technology Solutions and CaPA

That the Council make appointments to the Housing Advisory Board for two (2) seats.

Council Goals:

Create a Place for Everyone

Develop Good Places,
New Spaces

Community Prosperity

Nurture Our Community

Facilitate Getting Around

Grow Town
and Gown Collaboration


* Advisory Board Recommendation(s)

* Ballot

* Applications

Note: Applications submitted prior to February 20, 2018 were completed before changes were made to the application and may appear incomplete.

TO: Mayor and Town Council
FROM: Kayla Prestwood, Housing Advisory Board Chair
SUBJECT: Recommendation for the vacancy(s)
DATE: June 5, 2019

RECOMMENDATION: The Housing Advisory Board met on May 14, 2019 and by a unanimous vote made the following recommendations to the Town Council for consideration:
* Jared Brown-Rabinowitz, Reappointment, Homeowner or Tenant
* Mary Jean Seyda, Reappointment, Non-Profit Housing Provider/Professional

SPECIAL REQUEST(S): The board request to hold recommendations for the For-Profit Developer seat until fall 2019 to allow for more recruitment. None of the current applicants met the requirements for the for the For-Profit Developer seat.

BACKGROUND: Jared Brown-Rabinowitz and Mary Jean Seyda were recommended for reappointment based on their experience and contributions to the Board. Jim Yamin is the current For-Profit Developer member. Jim Yamin did not apply to be reappointed because his workload has increased and he stated that he does not have the time available that is necessary to devote to the Housing Advisory Board as he believes the position deserves.

Note: Communications and Public Affairs notes that the Housing Advisory B...

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