Neighborhood Advisory Council seeks candidates for 2015

Northeast News
November 12, 2014

KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The Kansas City, Mo., Neighborhood Advisory Council is seeking candidates for its 15-member council.

The council discusses proposed city policies and programs and makes recommendations to the director of the city’s Neighborhoods and Housing Services Department.

The Neighborhood Advisory Council is divided into six regions. At full capacity, the council has two members from each region and three at-large members. Advisory Council members are expected to attend monthly meetings, meet with groups in their regions and participate in other related events, including public hearings and forums to discuss key issues and receive input on a variety of community matters.

Interested residents must apply by Monday, Nov. 24, 2014, and registered neighborhood organizations will then elect candidates to represent their areas. The following positions are open for the 2014 calendar year: one north-west region seat, one north-east region seat, one central-west region seat, one central-east region seat, one south-west region seat, one south-east region seat, the north at-large seat and south at-large seat

Applications are available online at https://data.kcmo.org/Neighborhoods/Kansas-City-Neighborhood-Advisory-Council-Candidat/ftk7-aydi or at the Robert J. Mohart Center, 3200 Wayne Ave.

Completed applications may be sent to:

Neighborhoods and Housing Services Department

3200 Wayne Avenue, Room 106

Kansas City, MO 64109

Attn: Tiffany Drummer

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