The Town Council created the Parks and Leisure Services Commission in 1986 to be their primary advisory body on acquiring, developing, and maintaining park and recreation facilities and providing leisure and human service programs for Town residents. The Town Council appoints the Commission's seven regular members, one alternate member, and one youth commissioner. The Commission holds at least one public meeting per month and invites public participation at all hearings. Applicants interested in the Parks and Leisure Services Commission should have demonstrated knowledge of and interest in parks, recreation, cultural arts, or human services. Commissioners average one regular meeting per month and may be required to attend study sessions, meetings of other local agencies and participate in field trips and site visits. In addition, Commissioners are expected to make verbal and written presentations before the Town Council and at other public forums.
The Commission meets regularly on the second Wednesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Meeting Hall, 201 Front Street, Danville. A majority of the Commission shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.
The Commission shall elect a Chair and a Vice-Chair from among its members. The Chair and the Vice-Chair serve for a term of one year and until the successor of each is appointed and qualified.
The powers and duties of the Commission are to:
The Town Council, when making appointments to the Commission, gives special consideration to persons who are specially qualified by reason of training, experience, education, occupation or avocation, have demonstrated knowledge of and interest in park, recreation, cultural, or arts facilities, or leisure and human services in the Town of Danville.
All members of the Commission must be residents of the Town of Danville.
The Town Council appoints one youth commissioner to serve a two-year term on the Commission and represent the interests of Danville youth. The youth commissioner must be a Danville resident of high school age. The youth commissioner has the same obligations and authority of all other commissioners.
With the exception of the youth commissioner, the term of office of each member of the Commission is four (4) years unless otherwise determined by the Town Council. Each member serves until their successor is appointed and qualified.
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Michael Cory 648-1471 (H) (510)908-2616 (C) email@example.com
Randall Diamond 735-1880 (H) (415)310-3649 (C) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Donovan 837-8230 (H) (415)249-4809 (F) (510)290-0050 (C) email@example.com
Peggy Jung Hiramine 855-9048 (H/F) 460-6528 (B) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jane Joyce 838-2560 (H) 838-3078 (F) email@example.com
Stewart Proctor 735-2542 (H) 989-1527 (C) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kent Rezowalli 837-2564 (H) 426-4293 (B) email@example.com
Turner Stanton, Youth Representative 838-9683 (H) firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Tinetti 788-7147 (C) email@example.com
Terms expiring June 30, 2013: Jane Joyce, Stewart Proctor, Kent Rezowalli, Randall Diamond - Alternate
Terms expiring June 30, 2014: Michael Cory, Kevin Donovan, Peggy Hiramine, Scott Tinetti
Youth Rep term expires June 30, 2012