[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Commissioners of the City of Bordentown 3-24-1997 by Ord. No. 1997-5. Amendments noted where applicable.]
There shall be a Coordinator of Community Development and Municipal Affairs (hereinafter "Coordinator") to act as a liaison between the City Commissioners and various boards with interests in development matters relating to the city and to provide assistance to the City Commissioners and municipal employees as required by the City Commissioners on matters relating to issues, including but not limited to emergencies, water utility and public works or any other such matters that may be deemed appropriate by the City Commissioners. The Coordinator shall be appointed by the Board of Commissioners for a term of three years and shall report to and be under supervision of the Director of Public Works, Parks and Property. The appointment of the Coordinator shall be by resolution duly adopted by the Board of Commissioners. The Coordinator shall receive a salary in accordance with the Salary Ordinance, not to exceed $100 per year.
The Coordinator of Community Development and Municipal Affairs shall be responsible for the following:
Meet with developers on matters relating to the city.
Pursue grants and other funds for municipal purpose.
Recommend ordinance changes that will enhance Bordentown's business opportunities and increase tax ratables.
Promote and make presentations on behalf of the City of Bordentown or the City Commissioners with county and state officials.
Work with the City Commissioners and/or municipal employees during water leaks, snowstorms or other emergencies at the discretion of the City Commissioners.
Perform other duties relating to city matters as deemed appropriate by the City Commissioners.