Board Members Needed
The Town of Peace River is soliciting members for the following boards:
Peace River Centennial Committee
The Town of Peace River is turning 100! We are looking for enthusiastic members of the community to assist in the development of activities related to the celebration of the Town of Peace River 100th Anniversary.
Activities will take place throughout the year of the centennial- 2019. The committee will be fully engaged to plan, organize and implement the activities for this momentous year.
Interested members are encouraged to take a look at the terms of reference. If you have questions about the Peace River Centennial Committee please contact Peace River Community Services at email@example.com, or call (780) 624-1000
Assessment Review Board
The assessment review board is a quasi-judicial administrative board. This means it is created, empowered, and staffed according to the legislation laid out in the Municipal Government Act. The board is like a court as it can order something to be done. In this case, it can order a change to the assessment on a property.
Local assessment review board panels consist of three members who are appointed by the municipality.
Newly appointed Assessment Review Board members are required to complete a training program provided by the Municipal Government Board. After successful completion of the training program the member/clerk will receive their ARB certification. ARB certification is valid for three years from the date the training program is completed.
If you have any questions about the Assessment Review Board, please contact Alisha Mody, Municipal Planner at firstname.lastname@example.org or Susan Martineau, Development Officer at email@example.com, or call (780) 624-2574.
Subdivision Development Appeal Board
As a member of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) you hear and make decisions on appeals related to Stop Orders, Development, and Subdivisions.
As a statutory body intended to perform an independent adjudicative function that hears complaints and functions like a court, it is an administrative board mandated by the Municipal Government Act and created by a municipality to carry our appropriate functions and procedures. SDAB’s exercise what are called ‘quasi-judicial functions.’ This means that they make a finding of fact based on evidence and then, apply legal rules, as found in the legislation and the planning instruments, to those findings. This process allows the SDAB to make a decision on a subdivision or a development matter after conducting a hearing fairly and in accordance with legislation, administrative law, and the principles of natural justice.
If you have any questions about the Subdivision Development Appeal Board, please contact Alisha Mody, Municipal Planner at firstname.lastname@example.org or Susan Martineau, Development Officer at email@example.com, or call (780) 624-2574.
For any board or committee application please fill out the application form.