To receive consideration, please submit a Professional Data Sheet along with a letter of recommendation and additional documentation outlining qualifications by fax, email, hard copy delivery, or mail to: Sherrie Badertscher, Executive Assistant, City of Coeur d’Alene, 710 E. Mullan Avenue, Coeur d’Alene, ID, 83814. FAX: (208) 769-2366, PHONE: (208) 666-5754. EMAIL: mailto:email@example.com
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Members of the commission are appointed by the Mayor and Council and serve for a 3-year term. The Arts Commission is a thirteen-member commission formed to encourage the development of artistic and cultural life and joins with persons and institutions concerned with the arts to ensure that the role of arts in our community will grow and play an ever more significant part in the welfare and educational experience of the citizens of Coeur d’Alene.
Members of the commission are appointed by the Mayor and Council and serve for a 4-year term. The Childcare Commission is a nine-member commission formed to incorporate city council and staff recommendations as necessary to comply with the guidelines, rules, and intent of applicable city and/or state codes, make suggestions for the health and safety of children, establish recommended criteria for the mayor's award for quality in childcare and accept nominations, take public comments on issues arising from the implementation and enforcement of various regulations, and hear appeals from decisions to deny or revoke a license.
Design Review Commission:
Members of the commission are appointed by the Mayor and Council and serve for a 4-year term. The Design Review Commission is a seven-member commission formed to protect property rights and values, enhance the built environment, review development proposals, and provide recommendations to the city council.
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Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee:
The pedestrian/bike committee is made up of members that represent different aspects of the community. Members of the committee are appointed by the Mayor and Council and serve for a 4-year term. The Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee is an eight-to-twelve-member committee formed to promote nonautomotive forms of travel and the development of safe pedestrian and bicycle facilities into a well-designed, integrated transportation network for all Coeur d'Alene citizens.
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