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Airport CommissionApply today!
The Commission shall operate the airport in a proper, efficient, economical, and business-like manner, to the end that it may effectively serve the public needs for which it was established at the least cost and expense to the City. The Commission shall have the power and authority to carry out a variety of tasks as outlined in Session Law 2013-358, Senate Bill 380, Section 5.56.  Powers and Duties.
Applicants must be a resident of Mecklenburg County, a registered voter of Mecklenburg County, and preferably have experience in aviation, logistics, construction and/or facilities management, law, accounting, and/or finance. No person may be appointed as a member or serve during continuance in office on the Commission who: (1) Is employed by a servant of the Commission as defined in the Charter; (2) Is a tenant or employee of a tenant of an airport owned, operated, or controlled by the Commission, or other commercial user or employee of a commercial user of any airport operated by the Commission; or (3) Has been convicted of a felony or a crime of moral turpitude.
Term Years: 4
Number of Members: 13
Max Years: 8
Stipend: No
Contact: Janice.Paige@MecklenburgCountyNC.gov
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEWApply Today!
Purpose: The Board of Equalization and Review hears appeals of taxpayers on assessed values and reviews current assessments made by the Tax Supervisor.  Appointments are made for three-year terms with no one serving more than two full consecutive terms.  The Chairman and Vice-Chairman are designated by the Board of County Commissioners.
Qualifications: To qualify for appointment as a member, each nominee to the Board shall be of good moral character, shall have resided in Mecklenburg County at least two (2) consecutive years prior to the appointment, shall remain as a resident for the duration of service as a member, shall be knowledgeable of real estate or personal property valuation matters, and shall not have been convicted of a felony.
Term Years: 3
Number of Members: 15
Max Years: 6
Stipend: Yes
Contact: Eric.Anderson@MeckelnburgCountyNC.gov
AUDIT REVIEW COMMITTEEApply Today!
Purpose: The primary duty of the Audit Review Committee (ARC) is the overseeing of the independent audit, the recommendation for selection of the independent auditor and resolution of audit findings; and the ARC shall be provided all final internal audit reports produced by the Internal Audit Department. The ARC will comprise five voting members and two non-voting ex officio members appointed by the Board of County Commissioners according to its appointment process. The five voting members will comprise four members of the Board of County Commissioners, two from each political party and one general public representative.
Qualifications: Persons interested in serving must have expertise and experience in accounting and auditing. Must be a resident of Mecklenburg County. The ARC collectively should have expertise and experience in accounting, auditing in financial reporting and internal controls.
Term Years: 3
Number of Members: 5
Max Years: 6
Stipend: No
Contact: MaryJean.Davidson@MecklenburgCountyNC.gov
BOARD OF MOTOR VEHICLE REVIEWApply Today!
Purpose: To hear and decide appeals involving the valuation, situs and taxability of motor vehicles.  The chairman is designated by the Board of Commissioners.
Qualifications: Appointees should be familiar with motor vehicle values from experience in areas such as automobile financing, sales and appraisal. Must be a resident of Mecklenburg County.
Term Years: 1
Number of Members: 5
Max Years: 1
Stipend: Yes
Contact: Karen.Bradshaw@mecklenburgcountync.gov
BUILDING DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONApply Today!
Purpose: The BDC shall review, advise and make recommendations to the Board and the Department regarding: land development/building industry matters; the annual budget of County departments with land development/building regulatory functions; the methodology for establishing and the level of all fees charged; land development/building regulatory programs, processes, plans, and procedures for efficiency and effectiveness, etc.  The BDC shall assist, advise, and make recommendations to the Department as needed.  The BDC shall organize and administer subcommittees for the licensing of certain construction trades as required by law.
Qualifications: The BDC shall be composed of persons who are qualified, by experience and training, to consider and determine matters pertaining to building construction and who are residents of Mecklenburg County.  The BDC shall consist of one representative recommended by each of the following organizations and appointed by the Board:  Master Electrical Contractors Assoc. of N.C. or Charlotte (MECA); Professional Engineers of North Charlotte (PENC); American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA); Charlotte Heating & Air Conditioning Contractors Assoc. (HAC); American Institute of Architects (AIA); Mecklenburg General Contractor's Assoc. (MGCA); Charlotte Chamber of Commerce (CC); Home Builders Assoc. of Charlotte (HBA); Charlotte Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Contractors Assoc. (PHC); Charlotte Apartment Assoc. (CAA); National Association of Remodeling Industry (NARI); Two General Public Members (GP).  Representation of the above organizations on the BDC is not limited or restricted to membership in the organizations.  All applications from those interested in serving on the BDC shall be provided to the Board for its consideration. Must be a resident of Mecklenburg County.
 
The Chairperson is appointed by the Board and shall be the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce representative.
Term Years: 3
Number of Members: 13
Max Years: 3
Stipend: No
Contact: Rebecca.Simcox@mecklenburgcountync.gov
CITIZEN'S TRANSIT ADVISORY GROUPApply Today!
Purpose: The Citizen's Transit Advisory Group (CTAG) is an 11-member committee with appointments made by the BOCC, City Council, School Board, Towns, Mayor of Charlotte and Chairman of the BOCC.  The responsibilities of the CTAG are to: 1) review the chief transit official's proposed 2-year operating programs and second-year program adjustments and 5-year capital programs and make recommendations to the Metrolina Transit Committee (MTC), 2) provide other advisory functions as directed by the MTC, and 3) conduct a mandatory governance review pursuant to the Transit Governance Interlocal Agreement. Two members appointed by the Board and one member appointed by the Chairman of the Board. The members of the CTAG serve two-year staggered terms.
Qualifications: Must be a resident of Mecklenburg County.
Term Years: 2
Number of Members: 2
Max Years: 2
Stipend: No
Contact: wbraswell@ci.charlotte.nc.us
CITIZEN'S CAPITAL BUDGET ADVISORY COMMITTEEApply Today!
Purpose: The Citizen's Capital Budget Advisory Committee's charge is to: 
1) comment on the County's capital budgeting process and procedure
2) review priorities and assess proposed capital projects in relationship to these priorities
3) make recommendations to the County Manager and Board of County Commissioners on process, priorities, and projects 4) facilitate the exchange of information and coordination between the County and the City on capital needs and planning
5) receive progress reports from staff departments on a quarterly basis on the status of capital projects
6) evaluate the stewardship of each agency or County department requesting funds for capital projects in using bond funds previously approved
7) the Chair and Vice Chair are required to meet periodically, no less than bi-monthly with the Effective and Efficient Government Committee
8) the CCBAC is required to hold at least two joint meetings each year with the Board Committee
9) recommend to the Board a set of reasonable community standards for capital infrastructure funded by Mecklenburg County.
Qualifications: Must be a resident of Mecklenburg County.
Term Years: 2
Number of Members: 7
Max Years: 6
Stipend: No
Contact: Delois.Wesson@mecklenburgcountync.gov
INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES & POLLUTION CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITYApply Today!
Purpose: The purpose of the Industrial Facilities and Pollution Control Financing Authority is:
To aid in the financing of industrial and manufacturing facilities for the purpose of alleviating unemployment or raising below average manufacturing wages by financing industrial and manufacturing facilities which provide job opportunities or pay better wages than those prevalent in the area, but only where there is a direct or indirect favorable impact on employment commensurate with control facilities for industry in connection with manufacturing and industrial facilities and for public utilities, but only where there is an improvement in the degree of prevention or control of pollution commensurate with the size and cost of the facilities.
To conduct any and all other activities as shall from time to time be found to be appropriate in connection with the foregoing and as are lawful under the Act, as the same may be from time to time amended.
Qualifications: Appointments are made for six-year terms with no one serving more than one term. Must be a resident of Mecklenburg County.
Term Years: 6
Number of Members: 7
Max Years: 6
Stipend: No
Contact: MaryJean.Davidson@MecklenburgCountyNC.gov


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