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Village of Grafton, WI
Ozaukee County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Grafton by Ord. No. 025, Series 2009 (Title 2, Ch. 2.26, of the 1979 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
The Parks and Recreation Board of the Village shall consist of seven members. All seven members shall be Village residents. Insofar as possible, memberships shall be as follows: two Village Board Trustees, one senior citizen and four residents.
A. 
Trustee members. The Village Trustee members of the Parks and Recreation Board shall be appointed by the Village President and confirmed by the Village Board annually at the second Village Board meeting in April. The Village Trustee members of the Parks and Recreation Board shall serve for one year unless their office becomes vacant.
B. 
Citizen members. The five citizen members shall be appointed by the Village President and confirmed by the Village Board at the first regular meeting in May of each year. Each citizen term shall be staggered, and each term shall be for a three-year period.
The Village President, the Village Administrator and the Director of Parks and Recreation shall be ex officio members of the Parks and Recreation Board.
Vacancies shall be filled for the unexpired term of members whose terms become vacant in the same manner as originally appointed.
The Parks and Recreation Board shall act in an advisory capacity to the Village Board regarding matters related to the following:
A. 
Review planning, scheduling, supervision and staffing of family aquatic center, youth, adult and senior recreation programs, and all other activities as carried out by the Parks and Recreation Director.
B. 
Review planning, development and maintenance of all public parks, public plazas, greenbelts and grounds, including public recreation buildings and facilities such as public playgrounds, multipurpose senior center, family aquatic center, ice rinks, athletic fields, public centers, and other similar public property.
C. 
Review rules, regulations and policies to govern the Parks and Recreation Department and its responsibilities.
The Director of Parks and Recreation shall have the responsibility of administering the operation and maintenance of all public parks, public plazas, greenbelts and grounds, including public recreation buildings and facilities such as playgrounds, multipurpose senior center, family aquatic center, ice rinks, athletic fields, public centers and other similar public property. The Director shall have the responsibility of administering approved recreation programs, including the supervision of personnel hired as necessary to operate these facilities and programs. The Director shall have full power to hire and fire all seasonal personnel of the Department under his/her supervision.