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Applications are available below as well as in the Clerk's Office. Once you have applied, you will be contacted via email that your application has been received. At that point the Council will review applications and determine which applicants will be invited for an interview.
For additional information, contact the Clerk's Office at (480) 503-6866.
Town of Gilbert, Arizona Water Resources
Municipal Property Corporation
The Town of Gilbert is seeking applicants for two regular openings on the Town of Gilbert, Arizona Water Resources Municipal Property Corporation.
Municipal Property Corporations (MPC) are legal entities established to provide a financing mechanism for certain capital improvement projects. Historically, these corporations have been used to finance debt for growth-related projects with much of the debt service paid by system development fees. Participation and expectations vary tremendously from year to year. In years when bonds are not sold, there is often just one annual meeting which is required to review the annual finances for the MPC. In other years when a bond sale is anticipated, much might be required of the MPC.
Members must reside within the Town limits.
The ideal candidate for the Water Resources Municipal Property Corporation will be satisfied with the sometimes limited activity, but also fully engaged when the need arises. He/she will have demonstrated ability to:
- understand moderately complex financial statements;
- process complex information and draw reasonable conclusions; and
- work effectively with other corporation members and with staff.
Applications are also available at the Municipal Center, 50 East Civic Center Drive, 1st Floor, between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
The deadline for submitting applications is October 4, at 11:59 p.m., 2015.
For additional information, call the Clerk’s Office at (480) 503-6866.