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The City of Saline is seeking volunteers for open positions on its various boards and commissions. According to the city’s website, the purpose of the groups is to “foster and support the most desirable community, with efficient, high-quality services, striving to exceed our citizens’ expectations.” 

The groups meet regularly to provide advisory input to the City Council on their specific areas of responsibility. Each group has a city council representative and a staff member assigned to provide support. 

Several committees have immediate availability and are looking for citizens passionate about the future of Saline.  The Arts & Culture Committee “encourages the growth and expansion of art and culture” through the development of activities that support creativity. It maintains between seven and eleven members members with terms of two years each. 

The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee was established as a permanent committee in 2021. Their mission is “to create a culture of inclusion and participation that benefits citizens, businesses, and visitors. Working together, the City will develop and promote initiatives and activities, enact policies, learn and lead on building stronger community relationships, improving business opportunities, general education, and ensuring quality governmental services for all citizens.”

The Environmental Commission serves to educate and advise Saline residents, staff, and city officials about environmental issues.  They also, “seek opportunities to collaborate with other regional agencies, recruit volunteers to participate in environmental activities and advocate for ideas and concepts which conserve resources.” The group meets monthly at 7pm on the third Wednesday and the meetings are open to the public.  

The Planning Commission oversees and updates the city’s Master Plan related to the physical development of property in the city. The nine members each serve three-year terms. 

Other groups with immediate openings include the Ethics Committee, the Local Development Finance Authority (LDFA), the Tax Increment Finance Authority (TIFA), the Economic Development Corporation (EDC), and the Local Access Cable Commission.

Interested citizens can learn more about each group and how to apply on the city’s website. Applicants will be interviewed by the city council and must also pass a background check. 



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