Santa Fe County Seeks Volunteers

POSTED AS AN AREA SERVICE BY GADABOUT-BLOGALOT

Remember that right after midnight, December 31, 2010 you made resolutions to get involved in public service and perhaps serve on commissions or committees.  Well. fortune has smiled down on you in a rather rapid fashion — you have your pick between the two opportunities posted below from Santa Fe County.  Come now, you  did resolve.  Keep in mind the deadline is almost here.  All text above the announcements are mine.  Just trying to help the County of  Santa Fe.


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

County Open Land, Trails, and Parks Advisory Committee Seeks Members

Santa Fe – December 30, 2010– Santa Fe County  is seeking residents to serve on the County Open Land, Trails, and Parks Advisory Committee (COLTPAC). COLTPAC members are volunteers appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) to assist in further developing the County’s Open Space and Trails Program. COLTPAC advises the County on potential acquisition projects, open space and trails planning and management, as well as assisting in the implementation of the County Open Lands and Trails Plan.

Applicants should be enthusiastic, experienced, and comfortable working in a consensus-building environment. COLTPAC holds a public meeting, once a month at 6 p.m. in downtown Santa Fe.

Positions are currently available for representatives from all geographic areas of the County. Residents interested in being appointment to COLTPAC need to submit a letter outlining their qualifications and interests in serving and a resume to:

Santa Fe County Open Space and Trails Program

Attn: Beth Mills

P.O. Box 276, Santa Fe, NM 87504-0276

Phone: (505) 992-9857 Email: bmills@santafecounty.org

Application deadline is January 5, 2011 at 5:00 p.m.

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Second Position Below:


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Santa Fe County Valuation Protest Board Seeks Members

Santa Fe – January 3, 2011 –  Santa Fe County is seeking residents to serve on the County Valuation Protest Board to fulfill the existing term vacancies from present to September 2011. The Valuation Protest Board consists of volunteers appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) to hear property tax valuation protests.  The Board consists of two members and two alternates; one member and one alternate must demonstrate experience in the field of valuation property, the other member and alternate do not need this experience.

Members shall not be employed by the State, a political subdivision, or a school district, shall not hold an elective public office, and must be registered to vote in Santa Fe County.

Anyone interested in being appointed to the Protest Valuation Board should submit a letter outlining their qualifications and a resume to:

Santa Fe County Manager’s Office

Attn: Penny Ellis-Green

P.O. Box 276, Santa Fe, NM 87504-0276

Phone: (505) 986 6221 Email: pengreen@santafecounty.org

Application deadline is January 7, 2011 at 5 p.m.