City of Camden, NJ
Camden County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Camden 3-11-1999 by Ord. No. MC-3459; amended in its entirety 6-30-2003 by Ord. No. 3850. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES

Sewers — See Ch. 465.

Water — See Ch. 564.

§ 108-1
Establishment. 

§ 108-2
Composition. 

§ 108-3
Resident representatives. 

§ 108-1 Establishment.

A Water/Sewer and CCMUA Charges, and Municipal Liens Advisory Board (Board) is hereby established to provide an efficient means of eliciting City residents’ input and communicating information with regard to all issues concerning the billing, collection, administration, and payment of water and sewer charges and fees, Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority charges and fees, municipal liens, and all other related charges and fees.

§ 108-2 Composition.

The Board shall consist of 17 members as follows: a representative of the Mayor; a representative of the Chief Operating Officer; a representative of the Tax Collector; a representative of the Office of the City Attorney; a representative of City Council; a representative of Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority; a representative of Camden Water L.L.C.; a representative from Xspand, Inc.; nine residents and two alternate residents.

§ 108-3 Resident representatives.

The resident representatives to the Board shall be appointed as follows: the Chief Operating Officer and Mayor shall each appoint, with the advice and consent of City Council, one resident, and collectively one resident, for a total of three residents, with one serving as an alternate, who will serve two-year terms. The Chief Operating Officer, in consultation with Mayor, will determine which individual shall serve as the alternate from the residents selected by the Chief Operating Officer and Mayor. Each member of City Council shall appoint one resident, and collectively one resident, for a total of eight residents, with one serving as an alternate, who will serve three-year terms. The President of City Council will determine which individual shall serve as the alternate from the residents selected by City Council.