2006 New York Code - Citizens\' Solid Waste Advisory Boards; Membership.
§ 16-317 Citizens' solid waste advisory boards; membership. Within six months of the effective date of this chapter, each borough shall establish a citizens' solid waste advisory board (the "citizens' board"), consisting of no fewer than twenty members who for the first term shall be comprised of the members of the borough's citizens' advisory committee on resource recovery and other persons appointed jointly by the borough president and the council members elected from the council districts included in any part of the borough. For each subsequent term, all members shall be appointed jointly by the borough president and the council members elected from the council districts included in any part of the borough. The membership of each citizens' board shall represent community boards, recycling industries, carting industries, environmental organizations, government agencies, labor organizations, business organizations, property own- ers, tenant organizations and members of the general public. Members shall serve for a term of two years without compensation and shall designate one member to serve as chairperson and one as vice-chairperson.
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