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Want to make a difference? We have open positions to serve
Posted on Tuesday November 05, 2019
Here's a summary and a link to apply for open positions to serve the City's Boards or Committees. See Application for more details.


Planning Commission formerly known as the Zoning Advisory Board (ZAB) The Planning Commission is an advisory body to the City Council, which is responsible for directing the short and long-range growth and development of the City through maintenance and implementation of the City’s General Land Use and Development Plans. The Commission is composed of (6) six members who shall be residents of the City, serve with compensation and shall be appointed upon the basis of the majority of the City Council. Commissioners shall serve a four-year term with a maximum of two full consecutive terms. Commissioner shall not hold any other public office or position with the City of Stockbridge.

Planning Commission meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of every month at 6:300 p.m., with a called meeting taking place in a rare circumstance.

Youth Council Advisory Committee - The Youth Council Advisory Committee is made up of adult volunteers to assist the City and its staff in creating a program and curriculum for the Youth Council program and to provide oversight in the management of the program; members are appointed by the City Council and serve two-year terms. The Committee is composed of (12) twelve members who shall be residents of the City or Henry County and serve without compensation. The City Council desired to establish a Youth Council to provide an opportunity for the youth of Stockbridge to build leadership skills, learn about civic responsibility, gain a better understanding of municipal government, prepare for a lifetime of public and community service and acquire a greater knowledge of and appreciation for the American political system.

Meetings are held monthly (or as needed) on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

Development Authority (DA) The directors shall be taxpayers residing in the county or municipal corporation for which the authority is created, and their successors shall be appointed as provided by the resolution provided for in Code Section       36-62-4. The governing authority of a county or municipality may appoint no more than one member of the governing authority as a director. Meetings are held on an as needed basis.

Applications are currently being accepted.

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