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Fargo Human Rights Commission looking for applicants following vacancy notice



Fargo, North Dakota – The Human Rights Commission of the City of Fargo is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on the board.

The commission meets on the third Thursday of each month at noon and requires an average of 1 to 5 hours per month. According to city officials, the responsibilities of board membership fell into the following categories.

• Provide leadership in the areas of public service.
• Encourage and educate the public in the promotion of civil rights.
• Identify issues of principal concern to members of the community in the area of civil rights and recommend priorities and objectives to the board of city commissioners.
• Encourage adherence to federal and state laws regarding civil rights, including Chapter 14-02.4 of the North Dakota Century Code, through education, conciliation, and mediation.

“We are actively seeking applicants with backgrounds and experiences to effectively represent the people of Fargo, “said Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney. “Please consider serving your city.”

Click here if you are a member of the public interested in applying to the board.