NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE
The Neighborhood Improvement Committee was established to develop programs to incentivize property owners to invest in and improve existing housing in the City of Clinton.
Membership of the Neighborhood Improvement Committee shall consist of individuals representing as wide of a variety of community interests as possible. The Committee shall be comprised of 9 persons, each serving a term of 6 years. The Mayor shall also appoint a Council Liaison to the Committee who shall ensure regular communication between the Committee and the Council.
The Neighborhood Improvement Committee shall have the following powers and duties:
- To make recommendations to the City Council regarding housing conditions and availability issues;
- To make recommendations to the City Council regarding incentive programs for housing development and redevelopment;
- To evaluate applications related to Community Development Block Grants; and
- To perform such other appropriate committee functions which are consistent with the Committee’s purpose.