The Long County Board of Commissioners Invite the Public to apply for the following
“Coastal Area Aging Advisory Council” Seat.
The Coastal Regional Commission (CRC) provides programs to older adults and caregivers in our region (mainly through contract vendors) with more than 18 service providers throughout the nine county region. One of the requirements, by statutes in the Older Americans Act and the State Office of Aging Regulations, is to have an active Aging Services Advisory Council.
The Term of Membership for the Aging Advisory Council is three years. Members may serve consecutive terms as long as they are in good standing, by attending the meetings. The appointed/ reappointed members must be over 60 years in age and should be a consumer, aging advocate, other interested individual, or local elected official.
The role of the Council and its members is very important as it meets with the staff from time to time to review budgets, get updates on new programs, and provides input on how current and new programs are developed. These activities enable the CRC to provide better services to the older adults in our community. The Council must meet quarterly and the meetings are generally held on the fourth Tuesday of every January, April, July and October, beginning at 10:00 am at the Richmond Hill City Center.
Long County has two vacancies to fill. If you are interested please see below.
Please send a cover letter stating why you are interested being on the Advisory Council and include your resume or vita. Please forward these two documents to Mary Ann Odum, County Clerk by January 4, 2020, at (email@example.com). The Advisory Council will provide a New Member Orientation. Questions can be referred to Chuck Scragg, County Administrator at 912.545.2143.
The Long County Board of Commissioners Invite the Public to apply for the following Coastal Workforce Development Board of Directors Seat.
Business Representatives – members who:
• are owners of business, chief executives or operating officers of business, or other businesses executives or employers with optimum policy making or hiring authority;
• represent businesses, including small businesses, or organizations representing businesses described in this clause, that provide employment opportunities that, at a minimum, include high-quality, work-relevant training and development in in-demand industry sectors or occupations in local areas; and
• are appointed from among individuals nominated by local business organizations, business trade associations and elected officials.
The length of the term is for two years. You can be reappointed several times also.
Please send a cover letter stating why you are interested being on the Board and include your resume. Please forward these two documents to Mary Ann Odum, County Clerk by December 27, 2019, at (firstname.lastname@example.org ) The CWD Board will provide a New Member Orientation and a schedule of upcoming Board meetings. There are six meetings per year.
Questions can be referred to Chuck Scragg, County Administrator (912) 545-2143.