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Boards & Commissions A-K
The Aging Commission serves as an advisory board to the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Aging and shall address attention to the aged and / or handicapped citizens of the City of Taylor.
Board Of Ethics
The Board of Ethics prescribes a standard of conduct for public officers and employees to promote public confidence in public servants, to preserve the integrity of City government and to establish clear disclosure requirements and standards of conduct for all public servants of the City of Taylor.
Board of Review
If it shall appear that any person or property has been wrongfully assessed or omitted from the roll, the Board of Review shall correct the roll in such a manner as it deems just.
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority
A Brownfield Redevelopment Authority helps redevelop blighted, contaminated or functionally obsolete properties. Brownfield authorities can qualify for Brownfield site federal and state grants.
The Commission will meet for no more than 15 days every odd-numbered year (usually in December) to review and make salary determinations for each member of the City Council, along with the mayor, treasurer and clerk.
Construction Board of Appeals
The Construction Board of Appeals establishes procedures necessary to administer the official duties related to construction code administration and enforcement.
Cultural Arts Commission
The Cultural Arts Commission enhances and enriches the quality of life through the advancement of cultural arts within the City of Taylor using public awareness and participation through artistic and cultural activities.
Downtown Development Authority
The Downtown Development Authority operates to halt property value deterioration, eliminate the causes of that deterioration, increase property tax valuation where possible in the business district of the City, and promote economic growth.
Fire & Police Civil Service
The Fire and Police Civil Service will prescribe, amend and enforce rules and regulations for carrying into effect the provisions of the Civil Service Act.
General Employee's Retirement Board
The General Employee's Retirement Board is vested with the authority and fiduciary responsibility for the administration, management and operation of the retirement system pursuant to collective bargaining agreements and applicable federal and state law.
The Historical Commission works to further the interest of people in all matters relating to the history of the City of Taylor.
The Housing Commission is authorized to purchase, acquire, construct, maintain, operate, improve, extend and repair housing facilities in order to eliminate housing conditions which are detrimental to the public peace, health, safety, morals or welfare.
By Charter the Election Commission consists of the Mayor, City Clerk and Council Chairperson. They are responsible for approving the administering of elections, worker lists, consolidating elections when possible and other such matters.