Town of Oyster Bay, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Oyster Bay 11-1-1977 by L.L. No. 7-1977. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Administration of government — See Ch. 4.
Personnel policies — See Ch. 59.

§ 71-1 Establishment; head.

A Youth Bureau is hereby established which shall be supervised by a bureau head designated "Executive Director" who shall be appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the Town Board at a salary fixed by said Town Board.

§ 71-2 Powers and duties.

A. 
The powers and duties of such Youth Bureau shall be to administer, manage and provide for programs, projects and plans which promote and advance the moral, physical, mental and social well-being of the youth of the Town of Oyster Bay which stimulate and encourage community interests and participation therein; and, which, along or in a cooperative effort with other persons, groups and municipalities, foster and cultivate a wholesome environment for the involvement of youth in meaningful activities. It shall hereby assume all rights, duties, obligations and responsibilities of the theretofore constituted Youth Bureau which had been established by Resolution No. 425-70, dated May 26, 1970, and Resolution No. 203-71, dated March 16, 1971; and the Advisory Youth Board which had been established by said Resolution No. 425-70, dated May 26, 1970, is hereby designated "Youth Board" and as so constituted shall hereby assume all rights, duties, obligations and responsibilities of said Advisory Youth Board.
B. 
The Executive Director shall be responsible to the Town Board or its designee for planning, coordinating and supplementing the activities of public, private or religious agencies devoted in whole or in part to the welfare and protection of youth. The Executive Director shall be the executive secretary of the Youth Board herein established. All rights, duties and responsibilities of the Youth Bureau, as established by Resolution No. 425-70 on May 26, 1970, and heretofore assumed by said Local Law No. 2-1974[1], are hereby assumed without change or modification.
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Editor's Note: See Ch. 4, Art. IX.
C. 
The Executive Director is not empowered to vote in the official deliberations of the Youth Board, but shall administer to its needs and requirements in the fulfillment of its lawful duties. Any and all programs, projects and undertakings managed, supervised, controlled or otherwise promulgated by the Youth Bureau shall comply with all policies, rules and regulations established by the New York State Division for Youth or by any other agency from which funds are accepted.