Village Athletics Advisory Board

 

Composition:

The Village Athletic Advisory Board shall be solely advisory. Final advisory action of the Board shall be in the appropriate form and all written recommendations shall be provided to the Village Council and Village Parks Director. The Board serves as a forum for Village residents to discuss how the youth and adult athletic program of the Village may best meet the needs and desires of Village residents. Specifically, the Board provides recommendations regarding Village’s youth or adult athletic programs.

 

The Board shall be comprised of (7) members who shall be appointments by the Mayor with the approval of Council. The supporting Department for the Board shall be the Parks and Recreation Department.

 

Each member of the Board shall be a full-time resident of the Village who has continuously resided within the Village for the 12-month period immediately prior to appointment and shall not be an employee of the Village. The members of the Board shall serve at the will of Council.

 

Council Liaison:  Mayor Michael Davey

Staff Liaison:      Todd Hofferberth, Parks and Recreation Director

 

Agendas are available here, minutes here and video archives here. This Board was formerly known as the Youth Athletic Advisory Board.

 

Members:

First Name

Last Name

Term Started:

Appointed by:

Term Limit:

Glen

Waldman

10/14/08

Robert Vernon

Will of Council

Paul

Zuccarini

05/10/16

Mayra Lindsay

Will of Council

Kenneth  

Coto

11/29/16

Mayra Lindsay

Will of Council

Florencia

Manero

05/10/16

Mayra Lindsay

Will of Council

Victor

Balestra

05/10/16

Mayra Lindsay

Will of Council

Gonzalo

Cortabarria

05/10/16

Mayra Lindsay

Will of Council

Augusto

Granados

01/15/19

Michael Davey

Will of Council

 

 

 


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