City seeks members for MSD Advisory Committee
The city is seeking members for a Council-appointed, 14-member advisory committee made up of property owners, residents and businesses within the Municipal Services District (MSD). The committee would make recommendations of what services would be provided, and the City Council would make the final determination based on the recommendations.
Municipal Services District (MSD) Advisory Committee
- Three residents, all of whom shall own a dwelling within the service district, that dwelling being their primary place of residence.
- Two large property owners, one of whom shall be a property owner or owner's representative (individual, company, or corporation) with a combined assessed property valuation within the MSD of over $2 million.
- A hospitality representative from a hotel or event facility (owner or owner's representative) owning property within the MSD.
- A real estate developer (owner or owner's representative) whose property is located within the MSD.
- A restaurant representative (owner or manager) from a restaurant located within the MSD.
- A retail representative (owner or manager) from a retail establishment located within the MSD.
- A Wilmington Downtown Incorporated Board Member who is also an owner (or owner's representative) of property located within the MSD.
- A member of the Downtown Business Alliance as appointed by DBA governing board.
- A professional service representative (owner’s or owners’ representative) of an office business located within the MSD.
- A night life representative (owner or owner's representative) of a bar or nightclub located within the MSD.
- An at-large representative owning either real or personal property within the MSD.
If you are interested in volunteering to serve on the Municipal Services District Advisory Committee, please submit an application to the City Clerk for Council's consideration.
Contact the City Clerk's Office at 910.341.7816 for more information.
- Click here to apply online.
- Click here to download an application
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