Dayton’s Bluff Community Council board elections


The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council’s coverage area is made up of 4 subdistricts.

The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council will hold their board elections at the annual meeting on Oct. 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

There are 10 seats open for this year’s election.

The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, which covers District 4, is divided into four subdistricts, A through D.

Subdistrict A is the area bordered by Phalen Boulevard to the north, Johnson Parkway to the east, Sixth Street East is the southern border and Forest Street is the western border.

Subdistrict B is the area bordered by Phalen Boulevard to the north, Warner Road to the south, Payne Avenue, I-94 and Highway 52 as western borders, and Forest, Mendota and Maple street as eastern borders.

Subdistrict C is the area bordered by Johnson Parkway to the east, Sixth Street East is the northern border, Mendota and Maple streets are the western border and I-94 is the southern border. 

Subdistrict D is the area bordered by Birmingham Street to the east (including Harding High School), Warner Road to the south, Johnson Parkway and Indian Mounds Park to the west, and its northern border consists of I-94 for some parts and Minnehaha Avenue for other parts. 

Subdistrict A has two seats open for two-year terms; subdistrict B has two open seats for two-year terms and one seat open for a one-year term; subdistrict C has two open seats for two-year terms; subdistrict D has two open seats for two-year terms; there is one spot open for an at-large student for a two-year term.

The seats must be filled by a resident from that subdistrict. Board members are expected to attend monthly board meetings, as well as any meetings for committees they may be a part of. 

The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council encourages all community members to apply to become leaders in the community. Joining the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council Board of Directors is an opportunity to represent the interests of the community and to help guide projects and proposals in Dayton’s Bluff.

For more information and to apply as a candidate for the board of directors, go to www.daytonsbluff.org and click on the Board Elections 2016 tab.

 

 

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