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Bucks County Agricultural Land Preservation Board

The nine-member Bucks County Agricultural Land Preservation Board administers the Bucks County Agricultural Land Preservation Program. The Bucks County Agricultural Land Preservation Program was developed in 1989 and Bucks County was the fourth of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties to develop and adopt its own farmland preservation program. This program uses funds from the state, county, and local governments to purchase agricultural conservation easements from owners of productive farmland in Bucks County. The easements ensure that the farms remain preserved in agricultural uses for perpetuity. The county commissioners appoint the nine-member Agricultural Land Preservation Board, which consists of farmers, elected officials, and local citizens. The board meets on the first Thursday of each month. The meetings are held in the conference room in the Almshouse, Neshaminy Manor Center. Meetings begin at 8:00 p.m. 
Three year term.

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The Bucks County Airport Authority

The five-member Bucks County Airport Authority owns and operates Doylestown Airport and Quakertown Airport, which are important parts of the transportation infrastructure of the county. The airports provide safe, convenient, and efficient access to air transportation for businesses and individuals located within the county. In addition, the authority assists the County Park and Recreation Department in managing the aviation aspects of the Van Sant Airport County Park. The authority board meets monthly on the second Wednesday evening of each month at either the Doylestown Airport or the Quakertown Airport.
Five year term.

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Bucks County Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council

The Bucks County Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council, comprised of 15 members, acts in an advisory capacity to the county commissioners and the Bucks County Area Agency on Aging (AAA). The council also serves as an advocate for older persons in the county. Members ensure that the public is informed about the needs of older persons, ensure that appeal procedures for applicants for services funded under the Older Americans Act are available and utilized when necessary, advise the Area Agency on Aging regarding mandated responsibilities and recommend approval of a four year plan to the Bucks County Commissioners. The Advisory Council meets monthly except in July and August of each year. Meetings are held at the offices of the Bucks County AAA, 30 East Oakland Avenue, Doylestown, PA.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Board of Assessment Appeals

The primary function of the board, which is comprised of three members, is to determine theCURRENT MARKET VALUE of all properties in the county and calculate the appropriate assessment. The board, whose administrative duties are strictly governed under statutes established by the General Assembly for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, also maintains policies, management operations, and supervises assessments within the county. It meets the first and third Tuesday of every month at 10:00 AM except when a date falls on an official holiday and the courthouse is closed.
Four year term.

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Bucks County Board of Health

The Board of Health appoints the health director and advises the health director on such matters as he/she may bring before it. The Board of Health exercises the rule making power conferred upon the County Department of Health by the formulation of rules and regulations for the prevention of disease, for the prevention and removal of conditions which constitute a menace to health and for the promotion and preservation of the general public health. The board consists of five Bucks County resident citizens appointed by the commissioners, two of whom shall be physicians licensed to practice in Pennsylvania. The Board of Health has five meetings each year held in the Conference Room of the Neshaminy Manor Health Building. Meetings are usually the first Thursday of January, March, June, September and November at 8:00 a.m.
Four year term.

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Bucks County Children & Youth Advisory Board

The Bucks County Children and Youth Advisory Board consists of between nine and 19 citizens who have an interest and commitment to promoting the welfare of vulnerable children and their families. The purpose as stated in the bylaws is “to recommend plans and policy to the county commissioners and to aid and assist in the establishment, development and operation of social services to children and youth in need in Bucks County.” The board usually meets six times a year, every other month, on the second Tuesday of the month at 4 p.m. at the offices of the Children and Youth department.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Commissioners Advisory Council for Women

The Bucks County Commissioners Advisory Council for Women has been in existence since 1980 and has a history of working on projects that support the interests of women in the county. The goals of the 15 member council are to stimulate public dialogue of important issues to women and community; to foster creative solutions; to affirm the importance of the meaningful involvement of women in all levels of society, business and government; and to empower women in achieving their potential.

The main ongoing activity created by the council, in partnership with Bucks County Community College, is the annual Day for All Women. Held the first weekend in November each year, more than 300 women come together to enjoy a day of learning, networking and relaxation. This year the council has decided to focus the conference, as well as other activities, on women’s health issues. We will be incorporating health screening and supplying resources on health issues to women during the conference.

The council also supports a variety of other programs for women offered throughout the year. This year we are focusing on ways to bring vital health care information to women in the county who might otherwise not have access to this information.

They meet once monthly on the third Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at various locations around the county. Having representation and input from women throughout the county enables the council to have a balanced focus on the issues that are on the minds of Bucks County women. 
Three year term.

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Bucks County Commissioners Senior Task Force

The Bucks County Commissioners Senior Task Force was appointed in 2003 as a response to the increased the percentage of older persons residing in Bucks County, the funding and demand challenges faced by organizations providing services to the elderly and the expressed and unknown preferences of older Bucks Countians. Twenty-five members are appointed by the commissioners and come from organizations that represent the older adults and/or provide services to older county residents. The task force was charged with identifying the needs and issues of older populations in the county and has become a forum of action for issues which extend beyond the capacity of local communities. The Senior Task Force meets approximately 10 times a year. Members serve on subcommittees convened to address specific issues or host events. Examples include the Senior Safe Mobility Committee and an upcoming Health and Wellness Committee. Meetings are held at Saint Mary Medical Center, Langhorne-Newtown Road, Langhorne PA.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Community College Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees of Bucks County Community College has as its primary function policy making and responsibility for sound resource management of the college. The 15-member Board of Trustees determines the general, educational and financial policies for the college and has the power to carry out other functions, some of which include the following: appointing the president, authorizing tuition and fee changes, approving annual terms and conditions of employment for all faculty and staff, approving all earned and honorary degrees, overseeing budgetary, investment and fund raising efforts, as well as authorizing new construction and major building renovations.

The Board of Trustees usually meets on the second Thursday of the month at 1:30 p.m. Meetings are held on one of the three college campuses – Newtown, Lower Bucks or Upper Bucks. Meeting agendas are posted on the college Web site one week prior to the meeting. Meeting minutes are posted following their approval by the Board of Trustees. 
Six year term.

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Bucks County Community College Authority

The Bucks County Community College Authority, comprised of five members, has as its primary purpose acquiring, holding, improving, maintaining and operating, owning, and leasing all facilities necessary for furthering post-secondary education and training at the county community college. The authority is authorized to borrow money, make and issue negotiable notes and bonds, but has no power at any time to pledge the credit or taxing power of the Commonwealth, the County of Bucks, or any political subdivision.

The Bucks Community College Authority meets quarterly on the third Wednesday of the month at 4 p.m. Meetings are held on the Newtown campus of the college during January, April, July and October; additional meetings may be scheduled as dictated by business needs.
Five year term.

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Bucks County Conference and Visitors Bureau, Inc.

Bucks County Conference and Visitors Bureau, Inc. is the official tourist promotion agency for Bucks County and serves as an economic development agency for the county. The mission of the Bucks County Conference and Visitors Bureau is to market and promote its member businesses and its historic, cultural and entertainment sites to improve the economy in Bucks County by bringing visitors, meetings, conferences and events to the county; responsibly manage public funds in its charge; efficiently operate the facilities it manages; and serve customers, visitors, and delegates with courtesy, knowledge and skill.

The business and affairs of the corporation shall be managed by the board, of not less than nine or more than 18 members, 11 of which are appointed by the Commissioners. All directors must work or reside in Bucks County. The meetings of the board may be held at such times and at such place or places within the Commonwealth, as the president or a majority of the directors may from time to time designate. They are usually held the second Thursday of the month at the Visitors Center in Bensalem.
Four year term.

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Bucks County Conservation District

The Bucks County Conservation District is a unit of state government, and was authorized and formed by the Bucks County Board of Commissioners on April 24, 1961, under the provisions of the Conservation District Law, Act 217 of 1945, as amended. The Bucks County Conservation District works to control the erosion of soil from both agricultural fields and development sites. A delegation agreement with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to administer Title 25-Chapter 102 of the Pennsylvania Clean Stream Law enables the district to monitor earth disturbance within Bucks County. Seven members comprise this board.

The BCCD Board of Directors meets the second Wednesday of each month at 8 a.m. in the Conservation District offices at 1456 Ferry Road, Suite 704 Doylestown, PA 18901. Board meetings are open to the public.
Four year term.

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Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.

The Bucks County Drug & Alcohol Commission, Inc. (BCDAC) is the designated Single County Authority (SCA) for alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention, intervention and treatment services for county residents. As such this agency oversees a planning process and annually allocates federal, state and local funds to purchase services for County residents. As a private, not-for-profit entity, BCDAC, has a governing board of up to 15 individuals appointed by the county commissioners to make decisions regarding overall mission, guiding principles and goals for this agency. The board usually meets 10 times a year, the third Thursday of each month, 7-8:30 p.m., at their Warminster location – 600 Louis Drive. Board members are required to serve on at least one committee, most of which meet on the same Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the Warminster office.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Emergency Health Council

The council is a voluntary organization established solely as an advisory board of 11 members whose purpose is to provide recommendations related to the coordination of emergency medical service within or otherwise affecting Bucks County as set forth in Title 28, July 20, 2002 1001.125 (a) "Requirements." These recommendations will be made to county officials, officers, employees, and residents, as well as the various emergency medical service resources, as outlined within the aforementioned statute. The council, through its efforts, shall seek to bring together the various emergency medical services resources, providing an impetus to achieve coordinated support by advising methods of improving the system of coordinated emergency medical care affecting the County of Bucks. The council meets bi-monthly.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Free Library

The Bucks County Free Library's seven board members are appointed by the Bucks County Commissioners. The board’s purpose is to: 1) promote library service in Bucks County; 2) work actively for the improvement of all libraries to meet the informational, educational and recreational needs of the community of Bucks County; 3) develop and adopt policies to govern the operation of the free library system of Bucks County; and 4) secure, in cooperation with the Bucks County Commissioners, adequate funding and facilities for the free library system of Bucks County. The Board of Directors meets on the third Tuesday of each month (except for May when they meet on the third Wednesday) at 5:30 p.m. The location varies among each of the seven branches of the Bucks County Free Library, with the majority being held at the District Library Center in Doylestown.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Housing Authority

The Bucks County Housing Authority promotes adequate and affordable housing, economic opportunity and a suitable living environment, free from discrimination, through its rental properties and programs. The five-member authority board meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 350 South Main Street, Suite 205, Doylestown, PA 18901.
Five year term.

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Bucks County Housing Development Corporation

Bucks County Housing Development Corporation (BCHDC) is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit corporation founded in 1969 with the mission to provide affordable housing opportunities to throughout the County to lower- income elderly residents and low and middle income families, and to assist these tenants in accessing the necessary and available social service supports.

Currently BCHDC owns and manages 254 units of affordable housing in the county. BCHDC properties are located in Perkasie Borough, Hilltown Township, Doylestown Township, Chalfont Township, New Hope Borough, Northampton Township, Middletown Township, Bristol Borough, Bristol Township and Bensalem Township.

The 13 board of directors are appointed by the commissioners and currently meets on the first Wednesday of each month at the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission Building in New Hope. For further information about BCHDC, contact our web site at www.buckshousing.org.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Human Relations Council

A nine-member board, the Bucks County Human Relations Council is dedicated to promoting the value of diversity within the county and to serving as a resource and referral service for citizens who believe they have been a victim of hate crimes or discrimination in housing, employment, equal access or fair treatment. There is no fee for services. Meetings are held once/month at 7:00 p.m. at Northampton Library on the fourth Wednesday of each month.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Industrial Development Authority

The five-member Bucks County Industrial Development Authority (BCIDA) was created in 1968 by the Bucks County Commissioners to foster new job and job retention opportunities for Bucks County residents through tax-free financing.

The tax-free financing program is provided by the Commonwealth to stimulate economic development and create and retain jobs. This objective is attained by providing tax-free, low-interest loans to business and industry. One job must be retained or created for each $50,000 borrowed through the program.

Under the tax-free program, BCIDA borrows money from private lenders and, in turn, lends it to business borrowers. Since the lenders interest income is not taxed at the federal and state levels, the effective rate is reduced. The program will allow projects to finance up to 100 percent, which is determined by the lender. Projects may be undertaken for construction of a new facility, expansion or purchase of an existing building. Machinery and equipment are eligible but working capital, inventory and refinancing are not.

The BCIDA Board of Directors meets every month; the meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month at 8:30 a.m. at the Temperance House in Newtown, Pa. 
Five year term.

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Bucks County Local Emergency Planning Committee

The Bucks County Local Emergency Planning Committee was established by a resolution of the Bucks County Commissioners on September 2, 1987 in accordance with the provisions of the federal Title III, Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 SARA Title III), commonly known as the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA). The 18-member committee was established to implement the provisions of this law within Bucks County, and subsequently, to carry out the duties specified for Pennsylvania LEPC's in Section 203 of the Pennsylvania Hazardous Material Emergency Planning and Response Act, Act 165 of 1990. The LEPC meets bi-monthly in Ivyland. For more information see www.buckslepc.org
Two year term.

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Bucks County Mental Health/Developmental Programs(MH/DP) Advisory Board

The Mental Health/Developmental Programs (MH/DP) Advisory Board is mandated by Article III Section 302 of the MH/MR Act of 1966. The board is to consist of at least 13 members of the community with representation drawn from at least six different categories. The board shall have the power and its duty is (as per Article III, Section 303 of the MH/MR Act of 1966):

  1. To review and evaluate the county’s mental health & developmental program needs, services, facilities and special problems in relation to the local health and welfare needs, services and programs.
  2. To recommend to local authorities not less than two persons for the position of administrator.
  3. To develop, together with the administrator, annual plans for the mental health & developmental programs required by Sections 301 and 509.
  4. To make recommendations to the local authorities regarding the program and any other matters relating to mental health & developmental program services in the county, including purchase of service contracts and the extent of funds required to implement the program.
  5. To review performance under the mental health & developmental programs and to recommend a system of program evaluation.

The board currently meets six times a year at 600 Louis Drive, Suite 101, Warminster, PA 18974 at 4:30 p.m.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Office of Employment and Training

The three-member Bucks County Office of Employment and Training, Inc. is the primary provider of workforce services in Bucks County, PA. BCOET is authorized to provide Core, Intensive and Training Services as defined in Title I of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998. BCOET is one of seven operating partners in the PA CareerLink Bucks County One-Stop Workforce Center.

The BCOET Board of Directors meets quarterly at 8:30 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month: September, March, June and December. Meetings are held at the PA CareerLink Bucks County.
Five year term.

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Bucks County Open Space Review Board

The Bucks County Open Space Review Board (OSRB) of nine makes recommendations to the county commissioners regarding the allocation of funds for the acquisition of lands and conservation easements in association with the Natural Areas and Municipal Grant programs of the Bucks County Open Space Program. The OSRB also offers advice and recommendations to the county commissioners concerning policy, planning, conservation, use and management of open space, natural areas, parkland, and farmland purchased in conformance with the Bucks County Open Space Program. Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of every month at the Bucks County Planning Commission, 1260 Almshouse Road, Doylestown, PA 18901.
One year term.

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Bucks County Opportunity Council, Inc.

Bucks County Opportunity Council, Inc. with 18 members (three appointed by the Commissioners) is a non-profit Community Action Agency established in 1965. Our mission is to help low-income people in Bucks County achieve and maintain economic self-sufficiency. We provide a comprehensive range of self-sufficiency, both emergency and preventative, free tax preparation, financial literacy and asset development, food assistance and weatherization services. Our visionary principle is that the empowerment of people with the education, training, resources and skills necessary to permanently leave poverty is far more beneficial than helping them cope in poverty. The Board of Directors serve in a governance capacity and have advise, consent and voting responsibilities. Board responsibilities include: oversight of policy, fiduciary, program outcomes and overall performance of the agency relative to its mission; meetings are conducted bi-monthly at 100 Doyle St., Doylestown, PA 18901.
Three year term.

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Bucks County Parks and Recreation Board

The nine-member Bucks County Parks and Recreation Board meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at various locations. The board shall endeavor to make fair and just recommendations to the benefit of Bucks County in accordance with the objectives of the county’s Parks and Recreation Plan. The board shall make recommendations relative to planning and conducting the diversified public parks and recreation program to the commissioners.
Five year term.

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Bucks County Planning Commission

The Bucks County Planning Commission (BCPC) is a nine-member advisory board to the county commissioners, consisting of nine members appointed for four-year terms. The BCPC board members serve without compensation and provide guidance and advice on planning and land-use issues. They meet the first Wednesday of every month to transact the business of the commission. State laws, including the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code (Act 247) and the Sewage Facilities Planning Act (Act 537), require that county planning commissions review plans of proposed development and sewage facilities. Other state-mandated activities include stormwater management planning for the county's watersheds. 
Four year term.

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Bucks County Solid Waste Advisory Committee

The committee, though it does not have a set number of members, is typically comprised of individuals representing all classes of municipalities within the county, citizen organizations, industry, the private solid waste and recycling/scrap industry, the county recycling coordinator, the county Planning Commission and other persons selected by the Bucks County Commissioners. The committee serves in an advisory and technical capacity to the Bucks County Commissioners on topics that include the development of the Bucks County Municipal Waste Management Plan, or revisions to the plan, as well as any topics related to municipal waste/recycling deemed appropriate by the committee or the commissioners. Committee members are appointed by the Bucks County Commissioners. The committee typically meets four times per year at 2:00 p.m. in the fourth-floor conference room of the Almshouse, 1260 Almshouse Road, Doylestown, PA
Two year term.

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Bucks County Transports, Inc.

The purpose of the Bucks County Transports Board is to promote and provide shared ride transportation services for the general public, including the elderly, low income and disabled citizens of Bucks County. The board meets once a quarter (March, June, Sept and December ) at Peddler's Village, Mercer Conference Room. Of the five members, one is commissioner-appointed. 
Five year term.

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Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority

The Authority Board establishes operating and service policies, approves the annual budget, capital plan, contracts, and performs other responsibilities typically resting with a board of directors. The extensive experience of the Board members, including general business, finance, utility operations, management, corporate affairs, and community service has provided knowledgeable guidance for the Authority. The Board meets on the 2nd Tuesday and 4th Monday of every month, at the Water & Sewer Authority offices in Warrington. There are 5 members on this Board.

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Bucks County Workforce Investment Board, Inc.

The Bucks County Workforce Investment Board, Inc. (BC-WIB), which varies in the number of members, is responsible for the strategic planning of workforce activities in Bucks County, PA. The BC-WIB brings together business and industry, education, and community-based organizations to partner in opportunities that strengthen our local workforce and improve our local and regional economy; oversees the development of partnerships with employers, economic development and educational agencies and other programs to leverage all local resources available to the benefit of the local workforce; and is committed to bringing together and working cooperatively with all of the investors in the workforce of the Bucks County and Southeastern Pennsylvania community. The BC-WIB Board meets quarterly at 9:00 a.m. on the second Wednesday of the following months: September, March, June and December. Meetings are held at various locations throughout the Bucks County area. More information can be found on our website at www.bc-wib.org
Three year term.

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Commissioners’ Economic Development Council (CEDC)

The (CEDC) advises the Board of Commissioners on economic issues and furthers the collaboration and cooperation among agencies and organizations committed to the economic conditions in the County of Bucks. The CEDC was created through discussions with former Economic Development Advisory Board (EDAB) members as a next step in the process of developing a roadmap to move forward. The board is composed of 13 official voting members and 15 non-voting members from a regional list of economic development and related agencies. Click here to see the resolution outlining the composition of the Council. Two year term (with the exception of the first term of 5 members, serving a one year term).

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Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Board

The (CDBG) board advises the commissioners on the allocation of federal Community Development Block Grant received by the county annually as an Urban Entitlement community. The board reviews applications submitted by municipalities and non-profit organizations requesting funding for the benefit of lower income persons, including economic development, infrastructure, accessibility, services, historic preservation, and facility rehabilitation. The board is composed of 12 representatives of municipalities and 12 citizens at large.
Two year term.

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Enterprise Zone Organization

The Enterprise Zone of Bucks County is designed to maximize new private sector investment by utilizing public sector resources within the Enterprise Zone areas. The Enterprise Zone encompasses 16 square miles and includes nearly one-third of the county’s total labor force. A primary mission of the Enterprise Zone is to provide the coordination and communication between the business and public sectors. The 21-member board meets one Tuesday a month, 8:00 a.m. at the Redevelopment Authority offices in Bristol.
Three year term.

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Housing Finance Board

The board advises the commissioners on the administration of federal (HOME program) as a consortium, and county funding for the development of housing affordable to lower income groups. One of the board’s major functions is to review proposals from nonprofit organizations requesting assistance for the development of rental or ownership housing as to need, project feasibility, funding request justification, and compliance with program regulations. The board consists of seven members. Six are appointed by the commissioners and one by Bensalem Township.
Two year term.

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Penn State Cooperative Extension

The mission of Penn State Cooperative Extension, Bucks County is to provide non-formal educational programs in the areas of agriculture, horticulture, 4-H youth development and family living to the citizens of Bucks County. We are an “extension” of the College of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State. There is an Extension office in every county of the Commonwealth. Extension provides educational programs to enable the county to maintain a competitive, environmentally sound food and fiber system, as well as prepare youth, adults and families to participate more fully in community decisions. We accomplish this goal through publications, newsletters, seminars, short-courses and individual assistance. The board, with one representative from the county, meets four times per year, most often at Neshaminy Manor Center in Doylestown. For more information, visit our website @ bucks.extension.psu.edu.
One year term

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Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks

The authority, consisting of five members, assists municipalities, businesses, private developers, and homeowners located in the County of Bucks in the rehabilitation of blighted and deteriorated properties and the reuse of abandoned or unused commercial and industrial sites. Under the direction of the board, the authority can plan, administer and implement development and community projects, provide assistance in identifying and obtaining public funding and assisting communities in economic development. The board meets the third Thursday of each month, 3:30 p.m. in the Redevelopment Authority offices in Bristol.
Five year term.

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Saint Mary Hospital Authority

Saint Mary Hospital Authority was established by the Bucks County Commissioners in approximately 1973. The five-member authority was created to provide the vehicle that enables tax-free bond financing for member hospitals. The board holds a published annual meeting during the first quarter each year in the Saint Mary Hospital Board Room. The typical agenda includes: reorganization of its board members, approval of expenditures, appointments for its solicitor, any accountants, review of the audited financial statements and an overview of hospital performance of the prior year and projections for the ensuing year. Additional meetings are scheduled as required.
Five year term.

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Warminster Heights Development Corporation Board

Warminster Heights is a cooperative housing community for low to moderate income residents. One representative is appointed by the Commissioners. 
Three year term

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