Paradise Valley seeks residents interested in volunteering

The Paradise Valley Municipal Complex is at 6401 E. Lincoln Drive. (File photo)

The Paradise Valley Municipal Complex is at 6401 E. Lincoln Drive. (File photo)

The Town of Paradise Valley is seeking residents interested in sharing their time and experience by serving on one of the town’s committees.

There are currently vacancies on the Town’s Municipal Property Corporation, Personnel Appeals Board, and Public Safety Personnel Retirement Board, according to the town’s website,

Residents are encouraged apply. Every applicant will be considered, and those not selected will be kept on file to provide a pool of candidates to fill vacancies which may become available on other committees during the year, stated the website.

Below is a summary of duties for each of the committees with vacancies:

Municipal Property Corporation
The Municipal Property Corporation Board of Directors issues debt on behalf of the town to finance major capital projects such as construction of sewer line infrastructure and public buildings. The Board is made up of seven members who serve three year terms. The board meets once or twice per year.

Personnel Appeals Board
The Personnel Appeals Board is appointed by the council to hear appeals on employee disciplinary matters. There are three members of the board who serve three year terms. The Board usually meets once per year.

Public Safety Personnel Retirement Board
Three citizens appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the council sit on the Public Safety Personnel Retirement Board. The board considers requests by officers for admission into public safety retirement system as well as requests for regular and disability retirements. The board meets about three times per year.

Residents are invited to submit an application expressing interest in serving on one or more of these committees.

The application deadline is Sept. 3. Interviews may be held Sept. 10 and appointments will be made Sept. 24, the website stated.

For more information, please contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 480-348-3610.

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