|§ 2-1-19 MAYOR'S OFFICE FOR VOLUNTEERISM AND ENGAGEMENT (MOVE) ADVISORY BOARD.
(A) Creation of Board. A City of Albuquerque "Mayor's Office for Volunteerism and Engagement" or "MOVE" Advisory Board is created and shall be staffed by the Office of the Mayor.
(B) Purpose of Board. The sole purpose of the MOVE Advisory Board or "Board" will be to advise and support MOVE activities, as defined by its mission statement. The Board will provide non-binding recommendations to MOVE regarding its ongoing and potential activities, and regarding its use of a city website that will be used as its primary tool for promoting and connecting volunteers.
(C) Meetings. The Board's meeting are subject to the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 10, Article 15 NMSA 1978, as amended and supplemented from time to time, and shall be open to the public.
(D) Requirements and limitations. The Board shall be subject to, and shall comply with the requirements of the City of Albuquerque Public Boards, Commissions and Committees Ordinance, Chapter 2, Article 6, Part 1 ROA 1994 ("Ordinance"), regarding qualifications, appointment and conduct of members of the Board, except to the extent a specific provision of this Resolution conflicts with the Ordinance, in which case the specific provision in this Resolution shall control. However, the Board shall have no authority to make city policy, and shall have no authority to make rules and regulations that are binding on the City of Albuquerque or the people of the City of Albuquerque. The Board may adopt rules and regulations pertaining to the operation of the Board.
(E) Members. The Board shall consist of up to 16 members. One member shall be a representative from the Junior League of Albuquerque; one member shall be a representative from the Corporate Volunteer Council; and one member shall be a representative from ˇVOLUNTEER! Albuquerque. If a representative of any of the three organizations named in the immediately preceding sentence is not qualified, willing or able to serve, then a member shall be appointed from a successor or similar organization. The remaining members shall be appointed from the broadest possible base of the community at large, and to the fullest extent possible, the Mayor will seek information from the volunteer community regarding potential appointees.
(F) Terms of members. Board members one, two and three shall be a representative of the Junior League of Albuquerque, a representative of the Corporate Volunteer Council, and a representative of ˇVOLUNTEER! Albuquerque, or a successor or similar organization. The initial term of board members one through five shall be three years. The initial term of Board members six through ten shall be two years. The initial term of the remaining Board members shall be one year. After the initial term, all terms shall be three-year staggered terms.
(G) Officers. The officers of the Board shall be the Chairperson and the Vice-Chairperson.
(H) Appointment time. The Advisory Board members shall be appointed within 30 days after this resolution is in effect.
(Res. R-2005-061, approved 4-28-05)