Members of the nine-person board are appointed by the county executive to serve three-year terms, with no term limits. The committee meets every last Tuesday of the month. The deadline to apply is Dec. 13.
The vacancies on the board came after the resignation of Jamie Fraser from the board, and the recent death of Norman Myers.
The committee serves as an advisory group to the Office of Planning and Zoning, reviewing development plans to see if they comply with the Odenton Town Center Master Plan.
Board members include local residents and business leaders with a variety of backgrounds.
The most recent version of the master plan was adopted in 2009 but will be revised again in 2014. County officials said it is their hope that the new members will be in place by early next year to participate in the revision process.
Here is the full text of the advertisement from the county office of planning and zoning:
"Anne Arundel County Office of Planning and Zoning is seeking applicants to volunteer to serve on the Odenton Town Plan Oversight Committee (OTPOC).
The Odenton Town Master Plan was adopted in 2009 to promote and facilitate development of a vibrant, transit-oriented, mixed-used community in western Anne Arundel County.
The OTP Oversight Committee is comprised of nine members, all of whom are appointed by the County Executive and serve a three year term with no term limit.
The OTP Oversight Committee meets the last Tuesday of each month. Members work with County officials, citizens, and businesses working to implement the goals and objectives of the Master Plan.
The deadline to apply is December 13, 2013. For more information or to submit a resume’ contact Michael Fox with the Office of Planning and Zoning at 410-222-7453 or email: PZFOX012@aacounty.org."