Friday, March 30, 2018
City puts out call for members for Recreation Commission
April brings a new opportunity for residents of the city to help to shape Recreation policy in the City of Prince Rupert, with City Hall issuing the annual call for Volunteers to the Recreation Commission.
There are five positions available for those in the community willing to give of their time to explore the issues related to Recreation in Prince Rupert, with the work of the Commission helping to shape the way the City approaches one of the most visible of its many departments.
The application period is a short one with the deadline for submissions to be provided to City Hall by Friday, April 6th.
To apply you must provide a letter of interest which includes a description of your skills and experience that may be relevant to the work of the Recreation Commission.
The work of the Commission, which includes both the volunteer members and participation of City Council members and staff, tends to be somewhat under the radar, with few details released about their efforts and even the scheduling of their meetings something that tends to pass by with little notice.
Still, as Recreation issues do make for one of the more frequent themes of Council Discussions, the work of the Commission does provide for themes for Council members to explore and to ensure that the community voice is heard, the call for volunteers is important.
You can explore more on the requirements and how to apply for the Commission from this notice posted to the City website on Wednesday.
For more items of interest related to City Council see our Council Discussion archive page here.
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