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The City of Newnan currently has many standing boards, commissions, and authorities consisting of volunteer members. All board members are appointed by the Mayor and City Council and serve without compensation. Boards and commissions are established for the purpose of acquiring and studying information in specific areas and making recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on issues within the board's area of expertise. Some boards are quasi-judicial and have decision-making powers within their areas of expertise. Decisions made by quasi-judicial boards are appealable to the Mayor and City Council. Each board and commission is supported by a staff liaison.
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Applicants must reside within the City of Newnan for at least one year. You may live in Coweta County for the Newnan Cultural Arts Commission.
Qualified candidates may apply to two or more boards or commissions.
If a vacancy does not exist: Applicant's information will be kept on file and they are encouraged to periodically check in regarding openings.
If a vacancy exists: All applications are sent to the City Council for consideration.
You will be contacted by the Mayor or a member of the City Council.
Following the adoption of the appointment resolution, each applicant will receive a letter notifying them of the status of their application(s).