Thursday, October 26, 2000

Montgomery boards need volunteers

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        MONTGOMERY — With terms soon to expire on several of the city's volunteer boards and commissions, a search has been launched for people willing to donate some time.

        The city's volunteers coordinator, Joyce Yock, said advisory groups are accepting applications. They include the Arts Commission, Beautification and Tree Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, Civil Service Commission, Landmarks Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Planning Commission and Sister Cities Commission.

        For information about activities and projects, terms of service, meeting times or to request a volunteer profile form, call Ms. Yock at 792-8329.

        The Community Leadership for Citizens Advisory Groups handbook provides detailed information about volunteer boards and commissions and their duties. It is available at City Hall, 10101 Montgomery Road.


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