The Town of Culver Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim is notifying town residents of board and commission openings. Heim said, “This is a great way to serve the community as well as be involved in decisions that can craft the future of Culver.”
The openings include one seat on the Plan Commission. This seat is appointed by the Town Council President and is for a 4-year term. In order to keep the commission politically balanced per state statute, the appointees should be republican or independent. There is also one seat on the Board of Zoning Appeals seat appointed by the town council president to a four-year term.
All five seasons on the Culver Redevelopment Commission are available. Two seats are appointed by the council president and the remaining three are appointed by the council to one-year terms.
The Culver Tree Commission has two seats that will be open and are appointed by the town council to three-year terms and one Culver-Union Township Public Library Board member appointed by the town council.
In order to serve in these positions, you must be a resident of the Town of Culver and lived in Culver for at least a year.
If you are interested in service, please complete the attached application (either fill it out online and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or print it out and fill it in and return it to Town Hall, 200 East Washington in Culver. The deadline to submit applications is 4 p.m., Friday, December 30. The council would like to make appointments at the January 10th meeting.