The Neighborhood Council was founded under Resolution No. 24-13, which states the City recognizes that:
The Neighborhood Council shall consist of nine regular members. Board members shall be registered electors and serve without compensation. Members of the Neighborhood Council shall be residents of the City of New Smyrna Beach. City employees and members of other City advisory boards may not serve as members of the Neighborhood Council.
Members shall be appointed by the City Commission. Each City Commissioner shall nominate one regular member for appointment. Each appointee must reside in the zone represented by the Commissioner nominating member. The Mayor shall nominate two regular members for appointment, who shall be residents of the City. The Vice Mayor shall nominate one regular member for appointment, who shall reside in the zone represented by the Vice Mayor. The Vice Mayor shall also nominate one regular member for appointment, who shall be a resident of the City.
The nine members of the Neighborhood Council shall serve two year terms at the pleasure of the City Commission and may be removed from the Neighborhood Council by the City Commission with or without cause. If the position of a member becomes vacant for any reason, the City Commission shall appoint another qualified person to serve the unexpired term of the vacated position. The Neighborhood Council shall work with the City Manager or the City Manager’s designee.
The Neighborhood Council shall be charged with:
The Neighborhood Council meets on the fourth Monday of each month. All meetings shall be open to the public and minutes shall be kept as provided by the Florida Open Meetings Law.
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