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Jan Schultz | Johnson Publications
Operation of the Imperial Theatre is just one of the city-owned facilities that operates with direction and recommendations from an appointed board.

Boards, commissions help city in providing services

    Many functions of the city of Imperial would not be realized without the service provided by city residents who serve on boards and commissions.
    That’s according to Imperial Mayor Dwight Coleman and City Clerk/Administrator Jo Leyland, who work closely with the groups.
    At the December and Jan. 4  city council meetings, several appointments to the boards and commissions from Mayor Coleman were approved. Some were reappointed; some were new appointees. A few seats remain open for appointments.
    Among the seats open are those for youth members that expired in 2020. Mayor Coleman chose not to reappoint youth board members until COVID-19 concerns are over.
    Here is the makeup of the boards as of this month, along with their job responsibilities.

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