The Accessibility Advisory Council (AAC) will be an advisory board to the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) to provide non-binding strategic advice, guidance, and recommendations on developing, managing, and planning programs, opportunities, and access for individuals of all abilities to enjoy wildlife-associated recreation.
The Accessibility Advisory Council will:
The AAC will be a volunteer group of 10 – 12 private citizens, appointed by the NCWRC Executive Director, who demonstrate a clear interest in improving accessibility to North Carolina’s natural resources. Members of the AAC will serve without compensation.
AAC members will serve a 2 to 3-year term from their date of appointment. Terms shall be assigned using a random selection method upon initial appointment. If reappointment is desired by a member, the Executive Director may consider this request upon completion of a term. Reappointments shall be 1 or 2 years up to a total of no more than 5 years from the initial appointment.
INITIAL VOLUNTEER RECUITMENT
A 30-day open recruitment period, during which any member of the public or representative of a disability-associated organization may be recommended or volunteer, will be held to fill the seats on the council.
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