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Carbon County Board of Commissioners

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October 31, 2012

	In the interest of giving more citizens the opportunity to serve in
the community, the Carbon County Board of Commissioners would like to
give notice of volunteer service opportunities with various County
Boards or Committees. Following is a list of vacancies.  Applications
are available from the Commission Secretary.  For more information,
please call 636-3226.  Mail all applications to: Sandra Lehman, Carbon
County Commission, 120 East Main Street, Price, Utah 84501.  Deadline:
November 15, 2012.  All applicants must be willing to regularly attend
meetings and actively participate in the committee or board
activities.  Please do not apply if you have been convicted of a

Number of Vacancies: One
Terms: Five year terms.

	This Board meets on an as-needed basis, usually three or four times
per year.  Meetings are to consider appeals from zoning decisions,
special exceptions to the terms of the Development Code, and variances
to land use planning issues.

Number of Vacancies: Five
Terms: Two year terms.

	This Board will meet every other month and more if necessary, and
will focus primarily on the promotion of tourism and the development
of tourism related facilities within Carbon County.  Board members are
responsible for making recommendations to the Carbon County
Commissioners for the expenditure of the restaurant sales tax and
transient room tax collected in Carbon County. The Board must be
composed of members living within Carbon County, and a majority of the
members must be current employees of entities operating restaurants or
hotel/lodging businesses within Carbon County.  The balance of the
board members must be employees of recreational facilities, convention
facilities, museums, cultural attractions, or other tourism-related
industries located within Carbon County. 


Number of Vacancies: Four - Two Regular; Two Alternates
Terms:	Regular: Three year term.
	Alternates: One year terms.
	This five-member bipartisan board, mandated by state law, consists of
three regular members and two alternate members.  Meetings are held on
an as-needed basis to hear appeals not resolved at lower levels in
cases of career service county employees that have been suspended,
transferred, demoted, or dismissed as well as in cases of other
grievances not resolved by the grievance process at the county and/or
departmental level.

Number of Vacancies: Three - Representing Scofield West, Clear Creek
and Forresters (Mountain Retreat Subdivision)
Terms: Two year terms.

	This six member board meets quarterly and is responsible for the
operation of the sewer systems in the subdivisions/campsites
surrounding the reservoir.

Number of Vacancies: Four
Terms: Four year terms.

	This seven member board meets monthly to review and hear requests for
funding for qualifying projects.  Members must reside in the
unincorporated County.

Number of Vacancies: Two
Terms: Four year terms.

	The Utah Noxious Weed Act provides that each county have a weed
control board that is responsible for the control of noxious weeds and
whose members are appointed by the county legislative body consisting
of not less than three nor more than five members of whom shall be
farmers or ranchers whose primary income is derived from the
production of agriculture.

Number of Vacancies: One
Terms: Three year term.

	This twelve member board consisting of three members each from
Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan Counties, meets every other month in
Green River, Utah to make decisions on policies at the Health
Department for internal business regarding the public and employees. 
They vote on the annual budget for the District as well as fee
schedules, grants and contracts received from the State of Utah and
Federal Government, environmental health issues, tobacco issues,
increases and decreases in program funding for the department, and
employee benefits.  The District reports to the Board Members on
audits conducted for the accounting department and some of the program
departments.  This Board is also required to be diverse in political
affiliation and in experience and/or employment.  Board members cannot
work for the Health Department.
Published in the Sun Advocate November 1 and 6, 2012.

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