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Vacancies are filled year-round. Recruitment for positions that expire December 31, 2020, will be made beginning in November 2021.

Applicants must live within the Albany city limits. By policy, councilors shall make appointment from their respective wards whenever possible. The mayor’s appointments are at-large.

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Residents may not serve simultaneously on the Budget Committee, Library Board, Parks & Recreation Commission, or Planning Commission as these groups have the greatest influence on city council decisions.

Budget Committee
Term: 4 years

Positions available / appointed by:

  1. Councilor Rich Kellum, Ward 3b (currently vacant, term expires: 12/31/2022)

Applicants must be registered voters.

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City Tree Commission
Term: 3 years

Positions available / appointed by:

  1. Councilor Rich Kellum, Ward 3b (currently vacant, term expires: 12/31/2021)

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Human Relations Commission
Term: 3 years

Positions available / appointed by:

  1. Councilor Mike Sykes, Ward 1b (currently vacant, term expires: 12/31/2022)
  2. Councilor Bessie Johnson, Ward 3a (currently vacant, term expires: 12/31/2021)
  3. Councilor Rich Kellum, Ward 3b (currently vacant, term expires: 12/31/2021)

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Parks & Recreation Commission
Term: 3 years

Positions available / appointed by:

  1. Councilor Rich Kellum, Ward 3b (currently vacant, term expires: 12/31/2022)

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Transient Lodging Tax Advisory Committee
Term: 3 years

Positions available / appointed by:

  1. Councilor Rich Kellum, Ward 3b (currently vacant, term expires: 12/31/2020)

Applicants may not be a TLT recipient or a board member of a TLT recipient or TLT collector organization.

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Member & Staff Manual

This manual is intended to function as both a guideline and a governing framework for the City’s standing and ad hoc advisory groups.

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