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The City of Frederick is currently seeking interested persons to fill vacancies on the following City Boards. Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and a recent resume to Pam Stocksdale, Commission Coordinator, 101 N. Court Street, Frederick, MD 21701 or pstocksdale@cityoffrederick.com.

 Board of Elections Supervisors

The City of Frederick is currently seeking interested persons to fill three vacancies on the Board of Election Supervisors.  Interested individuals should fill out the online application or send a letter of interest and a recent resume to Pam Stocksdale, Office Manager, 101 N. Court St, Frederick, MD  21701 or email pstocksdale@cityoffrederick.com by 3:00 PM on August 6, 2018.

Board of Elections Supervisors - This vacancy must be filled by an individual who is a resident of the City of Frederick, a registered voter and who is NOT an elected official or a candidate for public office.  The term of the appointment is four years.

Ethics Commission

The City of Frederick is currently seeking interested persons to fill a vacancy on the Ethics Commission. Interested individuals should fill out the online application or send a letter of interest and a recent resume to Pam Stocksdale, Office Manager, 101 N. Court St, Frederick, MD  21701 or email pstocksdale@cityoffrederick.com by 3:00 PM on August 6, 2018.

Ethics Commission - This vacancy must be filled by a an individual who is a resident of the City of Frederick, owns property in the City or be primarily employed by an entity having it's principal place of business in the City.  The term of the appointment is three years.

Historic Preservation Commission

The City of Frederick is currently seeking interested persons to fill three vacancies (2 regular & 1 alternate) on Historic Preservation Commission. Interested individuals should fill out the online application or send a letter of interest and a recent resume to Pam Stocksdale, Office Manager, 101 N. Court St, Frederick, MD  21701 or email pstocksdale@cityoffrederick.com by 3:00 PM on August 6, 2018.

Historic Preservation Commission - The term of the appointment is three years, applicants are accepted from City residents and non-residents of the City.

In accordance with the minimum professional requirements of the United States Department of the Interior for certifying local governments under 36 C.F.R. Part 61, at least two (2) members of the commission must possess professional or academic training in such fields as history, architecture, architectural history, planning, archeology, anthropology, curation, conservation, landscape architecture, historic preservation, urban design or related disciplines. This requirement may be satisfied by, at a minimum, two (2) years of experience as a professional or a Bachelor's degree in one or more of the above-listed fields. In addition, at least two (2) members of the commission must possess specific knowledge in one or more of the above-listed fields. This requirement may be satisfied by formal post-secondary education, employment, or practical experience in one or more of these fields.

(b)   All members of the commission, including those qualified by professional or academic training or specific knowledge, must possess a demonstrated special interest in historic preservation. This requirement may be satisfied by formal training in historic preservation, professional or volunteer experience with a preservation-related organization, or active membership in a preservation-related organization.

 Building Code of Appeals Board 

The City of Frederick is currently seeking interested persons to fill a vacancy on the following Building Code of Appeals Board. Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and a recent resume to Pam Stocksdale, Office Manager, 101 N. Court Street,  Frederick, MD  21701 or email pstocksdale@cityoffrederick.com by 4:00 PM on August 14, 2018.

Building Code Appeals Board - This vacancy must be filled by an individual who is a registered architect, licensed in Maryland and who has been engaged in the business of contracting within The City of Frederick for at least five years. The Building Code Appeals Board meets as needed to hear disputes and appeals relating to the City’s Building Code and certain other provisions of the City Code.  The member will be appointed to a three-year term, and at the conclusion thereof will be eligible for reappointment.   
    
               

Plumbing Board


This vacancy must be filled by an individual who is a Master Plumber who has been registered by the City and who has been engaged in the business of plumbing within The City of Frederick for at least five years. The Plumbing Board meets as needed to hear disputes relating to the City’s Building Code and certain other provisions of the City Code. The member will be appointed to a three-year term, and at the conclusion thereof will be eligible for reappointment. Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and a recent resume to Pam Stocksdale, Office Manager, 101 N. Court Street, Frederick, MD  21701 or email pstocksdale@cityoffrederick.com by 4:00 PM on August 14, 2018.
 
For additional information regarding these commissions and boards, please contact Pam Stocksdale at 301.600.1184.




Neighborhood Advisory Council
The City of Frederick is seeking individuals interested in serving on their Neighborhood Advisory Councils as a volunteer coordinator. The term of each volunteer coordinator is two (2) years. Volunteer coordinators must be a resident of the relevant NAC area. (Click on designated Neighborhood Advisory Council map).

Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and a recent resume to Michele Bowman, NAC Outreach Coordinator, 100 West Patrick Street, Frederick, MD 21701 or email mbowman@frederickmdpolice.org.

The Neighborhood Advisory Council (NAC) initiative was established to strengthen the City’s neighborhoods and improve municipal services, based on the premise that the residential and business communities in a neighborhood are best suited to identify and solve issues in those communities.

NACs bring neighborhood issues and concerns to the attention of appropriate City staff, and elected officials and provide advice and feedback on City initiatives, proposals, and policies, as well as land development and other private proposals affecting neighborhoods.

For more information on Neighborhood Advisory Councils, please contact Michele Bowman, NAC Outreach Coordinator for The City of Frederick at 301.600.2091 or mbowman@frederickmdpolice.org.