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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