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Mayor Steve Bakken is seeking Bismarck residents who are interested in serving on the Bismarck Human Relations Committee. The volunteer committee has five open positions, a one-year unexpired term that ends January 2020; one, three-year unexpired term that ends January 2022, and three, one-year unexpired terms that end January 2021. Anyone residing in the City of Bismarck is eligible for appointment. The deadline for applications is February 14, 2019. The new committee members will be announced at an upcoming City Commission meeting.
The mission of the Mayor’s Human Relations Committee is to protect and promote the personal dignity of all Bismarck citizens and to eliminate any discriminatory barriers that prevent them from reaching their full human potential.
The Human Relations Committee meets the third Monday of every month at the City/County Building. The committee has adopted a policy that Human Relations Committee members must attend eight out of twelve monthly meetings.
Interested Bismarck residents should send Mayor Bakken a letter and/or application describing their qualifications, background, and why they would be interested in serving on the committee. Please indicate which unexpired term you are interested in serving. Visit www.bismarcknd.gov/humanrelationscommittee to learn more about the Human Relations Committee and click on application.
The letter and or application should be mailed to:
Public Information Officer
City of Bismarck
PO Box 5503
Bismarck, ND 58506-5503
For more information you may contact: Bismarck City Administration at 701-355-1306.