Following is a list of Boards and Committees that have terms expiring during the next 3 months. The list highlights when the item will be presented to the Board of Commissioners along with any special requirements that may pertain to the appointment.

An application must be submitted in order for your name to be considered for a Board or Committee appointment. Any questions call Cheryl Anby 475.5700.

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December 2019

Equalization and Review Board
The Board of Equalization and Review is a local citizen review board that hears property tax appeals from property owners in Dare County. Under North Carolina Law, each county must have an Equalization and Review Board to hear appeals of property values.

5 terms expiring December 2019Compensation: $50
Meeting Schedule: As Needed.

Contact: Greta Skeen
Special Motor Vehicle Valuation Review Committee
This Committee hears and reviews appeals of listings and valuations placed upon taxable motor vehicles located within Dare County.

3 terms expiring December 2019Meeting Schedule: As Needed.

Contact: Maggie Dennis

January 2020

Tourism Board
The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau is the lead marketing and promotional agency for The Outer Banks of North Carolina and is funded by one percent of the occupancy tax and one percent of the prepared meals tax collected in Dare County. The Towns and other agencies represented on the Tourism Board submit recommendations for their appointments to the Board of Commissioners for final approval. One County Commissioner serves on the Board and there are two at-large seats for which applications are accepted.

7 terms expiring January 2020Compensation: $125 per meeting-Steering Committee Members, $100 per meeting other members
Meeting Schedule: 3rd Thursday of each month at 9:00 a.m.. Outer Banks Visitors Bureau.

Requirements: Contact: Amy Wood
                 473-2138, ext. 228
Working Watermen Commission
The Commission for Working Watermen works to protect and enhance the commercial fishing industry in Dare County. The Commission monitors and advises the Dare County Board of Commissioners regarding pending or proposed laws, rules, regulations, fishery management plans and coastal habitat plans, as they relate to commercial fishing in the county.

2 terms expiring January 2020Meeting Schedule: Quarterly and as needed.

Contact: Commissioner Steve House, Chairman

February 2020

Planning Board
The Planning Board meets to review and recommend action on land use and development plans and issues for the unincorporated areas of Dare County.

3 terms expiring February 2020Meeting Schedule: 2nd Monday of every month. Dare County Adminstration Building.

Contact: Donna Creef

March 2020 - None