City of Lincoln
City Advisory Boards
Any alarm business or alarm user who has had a permit application denied; a permit revoked or suspended; or who has been assessed a fee, other than the nonrefundable permit application fee, permit renewal fee, or permit reinstatement fee, may appeal such denial, revocation, suspension, or fee to the Alarm Review Board.
Special Requirements: The Board must consist of a police department employee recommended by the Chief of Police, a Lincoln Fire and Rescue Department employee recommended by the Fire Chief, one person from a neighborhood association, two representatives from separate alarm businesses, and one representative from the local business community, provided that said member is not employed by any business performing any activity listed in Section 5.56.025(b)(3) of the Emergency Alarm Systems ordinance. Any board vacancy shall be filled in the same manner provided for in the original appointment.
This board reviews City Council recommendations for audits of city offices, departments, and agencies. If the board deems an audit to be necessary, it then defines the scope of the audit, identifies the type of audit to be performed, reviews the contract auditor's final report, and makes recommendations to the Council and Mayor based on that report.
Special Requirements: At least one of the Mayor's and one of the City Council's appointments must hold an active license as a CPA in Nebraska, or be a certified internal auditor, or have experience showing specialized knowledge in the area of conducting performance audits.
It is the duty of this board to study and make recommendations to the City on the management, rental rates, upkeep and maintenance of Pershing Auditorium.
Special Requirements: Must be a resident of Lincoln. All board members shall be appointed by the Mayor.
This board monitors the local cable company, considers complaints against the cable franchise, makes recommendations on cable policy issues and recommends policy for access channels.
This commission reviews and makes recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on proposed revisions to Lincoln's home rule charter.
Special Requirements: Must be residents of Lincoln.
This board oversees investments of the Police and Fire Pension Plan assets and directs the City in the making of such investments.
Special Requirements: The three members appointed by the Mayor must have at least 5 years demonstrated experience in
financial, actuarial, investment, or employee benefit plan matters.
*Two positions are filled by the CIty Finance Director and City Personnel Director; two positions are elected by secret ballot by City police officers; two positions are elected by secret ballot by City firefighters; and three positions are appointed by the Mayor, subject to the City Council's approval.
A requirement of the Workforce Investment Act, this Board is responsible for overseeing the federally-mandated reform of job training services. The Board is charged with the development of a local plan outlining workforce shortages, needed skills and training opportunities within the Lancaster and Saunders Counties areas.
Special Requirements: The Act requires that the board include a representative from one of the each partner agencies, community based organizations, organized labor, education and economic development agencies. In addition, a majority of the Board must be members of the private sector with positions of high responsibility.