CITY OF HOOD RIVER
URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY
(A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE STANDARDS FOR MEMBERSHIP FOR THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY)
WHEREAS, the Hood River Urban Renewal Agency (Agency) board adopted Resolution 2012-18 on May 24, 2012 which created an Advisory Committee of the Agency and defined membership and duties of the Advisory Committee;
WHEREAS, the Agency board finds it appropriate to amend the requirements for Advisory Committee membership so that the six members from the public at large may be designees of property owners, under certain circumstances.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Section 1 of Resolution 2012-18 regarding the composition of the Advisory Committee, created to advise the Agency Board regarding implementation of the Agency’s urban renewal plans shall be revised to read as follows:
1. Membership: The Advisory Committee shall consist of seven (7) members: Six (6) of the members shall be from the public at large who are property owners or designees of property owners in the City of Hood River (City), or registered electors residing within the City for at least one year; One (1) member shall be a member of the City Planning Commission (Planning Commission) and nominated by the Planning Commission. For purposes of this section, a designee of a property owner is that person designated to serve on the Advisory Committee by written instrument of:
a. The president or board of directors of a corporation or cooperative which owns property in the City;
b. The majority of members, or manager of a limited liability company which owns property in the City; or
c. All partners or limited partners of any partnership or limited liability partnership which owns property in the City.
Such designee shall provide written verification, satisfactory to the Chair of the Advisory Committee, which indicates that he/she has been duly designated by the property owner in those cases when the property owner is an entity such as a corporation, cooperative, limited liability company, or partnership.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Sections 2 through 5 of Resolution 2012-18 shall remain in full force and effect.
ADOPTED this ___ day of ______, 2012.