Main Street Advisory Board
Next Meeting: February 21, 2024, 9:00 a.m.
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Main Street Advisory Board Members (Four Vacancies)
|Diana Howard - Vice Chairperson
|Katherine Howard - Ex Officio, TIRZ
|Meredith Tilley Crook
|Michael Gonzalez - Ex Officio, HDBA
Main Street Advisory Board Details
|Four (4) members must own Property or a Business within the Main Street District.
In addition, a property or business owner may submit the name of a representative
to be considered for appointment to the Board. However, such representative must
be associated with the respective property or business, which sufficiency shall be
solely determined by Council. For example, the representative may be a tenant of
the owner or a manager of the business. Where such relationship ceases to exist,
any such representative appointed to the Board shall have immediately resigned his
or her position on the Board.
Three (3) members at-large members must likewise have a vested interest in the
Main Street Area and/or in the City's Main Street Program such that they were
previously business or property owners in the Main Street Area; have or previously
had other types of property ownerships, such as leases, in the Main Street Area; are
realtors or property managers, each of which serve the Main Street Area. The
sufficiency of a person's vested interest shall be solely determined by Council.
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Powers and Duties:
|The Main Street Advisory Board serves in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and City Council and assists other City Boards and Commissions and City Staff to further goals and objectives of the City, including goals and objectives of the Kerrville 2050 Comprehensive Plan and other long-range plans adopted by the City; provides for the achievement of the Texas Main Street Program goals and criteria for the preservation and revitalization of the historic downtown in order to provide the necessary image for the downtown area and serves as a unifying factor to encourage area merchants and building owners to reinvest in downtown; creates positive change for downtown to ensure the success of the Main Street Program by identifying and mobilizing resources, building volunteer support, developing new leadership, and maintaining clear focus on the needs and opportunities for the downtown area.
Term of Office:
Number of Members:
Meeting Time & Place:
|The Third Wednesday of Every Month, 9:00am, City Council Chambers
|Resolution No. 1994-133;
|August 22, 2023
|Main Street Advisory Board Bylaws
|Megan Folkerts, 830-258-1113, firstname.lastname@example.org