The City of Centennial is seeking two qualified citizen voting members to serve on its Fiber Commission, which was established to oversee FiberWorks.
Centennial’s fiber backbone will connect and complete the city’s underground fiber infrastructure, connecting to key sites and community anchor institutions, such as schools, libraries and public safety. The two voting members must be Centennial residents and will be appointed at large, meaning they will represent the citizens throughout the city.
To be considered for appointment, applicants should:
• Demonstrate expertise in a field relevant or associated with the purposes and goals of Centennial FiberWorks.
• Commit to attending commission meetings twice a month, periodic City Council meetings and other occasional community meetings.
• Be clear of potential conflicts of interest or the appearance of impropriety on commission action.
• Affirm motivation for seeking the appointment.
The selection committee will send its recommendations to the City Council, who will appoint the members by majority vote. Members will serve terms of two years and no more than four terms. Members are entitled to a monthly stipend for their time commitment of at least 10 hours per month, which includes a minimum twice-monthly meetings and the review of information prepared by staff.
Applications are available at Instructions regarding the interview process will be sent to qualified applicants who have been selected. Applications are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is May 12 at 5 p.m.
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