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The Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA) is now accepting applications for interested citizens to serve on the newly formed Spring Hill Tourism Council.
Upon recommendation of the Rippavilla Task Force, the BOMA formed and chartered the Spring Hill Tourism Council, which will serve as an advisory committee to the BOMA “regarding tourism related properties and matters, and to serve as liaison between citizens, interested parties related to these properties and matters, and the BOMA.”
The Council, which will conduct monthly meetings, is a volunteer committee in which citizens will be nominated and appointed by majority vote of the BOMA.
Additional duties of the Tourism Council will include:
- Overseeing completion of a Master Plan for Rippavilla Plantation
- Development of an operating budget and Capital Improvement Plan for BOMA’s approval
- Reporting at each monthly BOMA meeting on the activities and plans of the Council
- Working with personnel as selected and supervised by the City
As recommended by the Task Force, the membership of the Tourism Council should include:
- A delegate of the Historic Commission selected by the chairman of that commission
- A delegate of the Parks & Recreation Commission selected by the commission’s chairman
- A delegate of the Economic Development Commission selected by the commission’s chairman
- A BOMA member selected by the mayor
- At-large member(s) appointed by majority vote of the BOMA
To apply, please send a letter of interest outlining why you would like to serve on the Council along with your related qualifications to: Spring Hill City Hall, “Attention: City Recorder April Goad," P.O. Box 789, Spring Hill, TN 37174, or hand deliver your letter to City Hall, 199 Town Center Parkway. Applications are due by 4 p.m. June 26.