Committee Vacancies

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If you are interested in serving on one of the BCC Boards, Commissions, or Committees, please click on the Citizen Application form, fill it out, and submit it. You may submit only one application for each committee vacancy. A new application must be submitted for each committee vacancy. Applications will not be kept after a vacancy has been filled.

Citizens Advisory Committee (North Florida Transportation Planning Organization)

The Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) has two vacancies.  One is for the City of Green Cove Springs and the second for Clay County At-Large. The Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) provides an opportunity for citizens to participate in the transportation planning process and bring issues directly related to transportation or air quality to the Transportation Planning Organization and its staff.  Its membership is diverse and appointed via a number of channels including the six Citizens Planning Advisory Committees for the City of Jacksonville; Clay, Nassau and St. Johns County Boards of Commissioners’; and from local neighborhood groups, the business community, and other special interest groups such as environmental organizations. Clay County's membership on the CAC is comprised of two At-Large members, one representative from the Town of Orange Park and one representative from the City of Green Cove Springs. The CAC meets 10 times a year; the first Wednesday monthly except January and July at 2:00 P.M. at the TPO's offices located at 980N. Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL.  Attendance is a must. If you are interested please submit your application accordingly.

Clay County Historic Preservation Board
The Clay County Historical Preservation Board (HPB) is seeking citizens interested in volunteering their time to serve as a representative for District 2, and one At-Large membership. The HPB meets on the second Tuesday of each month, at 6:00 P.M. from January through June and August through November.

Lake Asbury Municipal Service Benefit District (LAMSBD)
The Lake Asbury Municipal Benefit District (LAMSBD) is seeking an individual interested in volunteering their service as a member to Seat 1. Applicant must live within the Lake Asbury district boundaries. The committee members serve in the capacity of an owner association to ensure the continued maintenance, improvement and prevention of deterioration of the lakes known as Lake Asbury, South Lake Asbury, and Lake Ryan in Clay County, Florida, as described in Ordinance 85-33, adopted May 14, 1985.  The appointed member will be required to submit Form 1, Statement of Financial Interest, and an Oath of Office that is notarized and sent to the Florida Division of Elections, along with a personal check in the amount of $10.00.

Library Board of Trustees
The Library Board of Trustees (LBT) is seeking individuals in volunteering their service as a representative to District 1, District 2, District 3, District 5, and District 7 (At-Large) (Districts 1-5 appointees must live within their District).  The LBT is an advisory board with no power to commit to the County to any policies, or to incur any financial obligation or to create a liability on behalf of the County. For further information, please contact Pat Coffman at (904) 278-4748.

Planning Commission

The Planning Commission is seeking citizens interested in volunteering their time to serve as a representative for District 2, District 5, and (1) At-Large.   The Planning Commission (PC) is an advisory board to the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) and provides recommendations in the matters of comprehensive planning and the Land Development Code. Pursuant to Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, the Planning Commission has been designated by the BCC as the official Local Planning Agency for the County’s comprehensive planning process. In addition to monitoring the County Comprehensive Plan and reviewing proposed amendments, the Planning Commission also reviews proposed re-zonings and amendments to the County’s Land Development Code. The Planning Commission is comprised of eight members, with seven appointed by the BCC and one representing the Clay County School Board. Meetings are held at 7:00 P.M. on the first Tuesday of each month in the BCC Chambers, located on the fourth floor of the County Administration Building. While most matters under consideration by the Planning Commission are official public hearings, all meetings are open to the public.  (All appointments are subject to the requirements of financial disclosure by the Florida Ethics Code, Chapter 112, Florida Statues)