Boards & Commissions

The City of Monroe has several boards and commissions that are made up of volunteers of the community.  Unless otherwise indicated, you must be an elector of the City of Monroe and hold no compensated position with the City of Monroe to be a...

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Planning Commission consists of five members, one of which is a Member of Council.  The term of the citizen members is four years.  Planning Commission conducts studies and surveys and prepares plans, reports and maps relative to the...

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The Board of Zoning Appeals consists of five members with a term of five years.  The Board of Zoning Appeals hears appeals from decisions issued by the Zoning Enforcement Officer relating to the enforcement of the Planning and Zoning Code and the...

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The Park and Recreation Board consists of five members with a term of five years.  This Board studies the recreational needs of the City and develops plans for the operation, maintenance, and use of recreational facilities within the...

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The Personnel Board consists of five members with a term of five years.  This Board is responsible for the determination of merit and fitness for the basis for appointment and promotion of employees in the classified service of the City.  The...

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The Income Tax Board of Review consists of three members for a term of three years.  The Board of Review may affirm, reverse, or modify the Tax Commissioner's decision or any part of that decision.  The Income Tax Board of Review meets on an as...

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The Audit Committee consists of five members for a term of three years.  The primary functions of the Audit Committee are to review financial information, review the system of internal controls, and provide independent recommendations to City...

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