Village of Wellington
phone: (561) 301-8704
The F.A.C.E. Board of Directors and our partners at the Institute of Government/University of Central Florida continue to monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19). In three short months the Board of Directors and Committees assessed our position, addressed issues and implemented change to ensure the Foundation for the Future is secure. The Board began holding virtual meetings to address all the issues affecting our organization and members. As a result we held the first ever virtual conference which was a resounding success. This experiences has opened a path for us to hold both in-person and virtual training opportunities in the future.
The Board and IOG staff have been receiving inquiries about when face to face presentation of certification courses will begin again. During the July 21, 2020 Board Meeting this topic was presented and discussed at length. The overall opinion is that with more than 10,000 new cases in Florida daily, provisions of the Emergency Declaration and Orders must remain in place. By Consensus of the Board, it was determined we do not support face to face learning at this time. In late August a request to hold a Chapter Annual Training face to face utilizing recommended safety measures was received. Although cases appear to be reluctantly receding, there are communities delaying entering into Phase 2 and some Phase 2 communities are pulling back to phase 1, particularly during the tentative re-opening of schools and universities. We remain in accord, we cannot support face to face learning at this time. This item will remain on each Board Meeting Agenda until it is determined safe to return to the classroom. In the meantime, members needing continuing education hours can take advantage of online opportunities by visiting http://face-online.org/education/webinars for more information. We encourage each Chapter to investigate virtual platforms that integrate attendance tracking for CEH Training. Please continue to check our home page for updates on the status of in-person learning. Thank you for all that you do to serve your communities. Stay Safe and Well!
The next Board of Directors meeting will be held as follows:
September 30, 2020 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
*Members are invited and encouraged to attend. Contact President Cindy Drake at email@example.com to receive the meeting link.
Annual Business Meeting
July 29, 2020
Held during the 2020 Virtual Conference
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The Program Committee shall meet as necessary and shall be responsible to the Board of Directors for the development and presentation of programs for the ensuing year. The program committee is chaired by the 1st Vice President.
The Education and Certification Committee shall promulgate rules and regulations pertaining to testing, certification, recertification, and award of the designation of Code Enforcement Professional (CEP). The committee shall meet as often as necessary to attain those goals. The certification committee is chaired by the 2nd Vice President.
The Membership Committee shall meet as necessary and shall be responsible for the active recruitment of new members and the retention of present members. The membership committee is chaired by the 3rd Vice President.
The Finance and Budget Committee shall meet at least once yearly during the last quarter of the F.A.C.E. fiscal year to prepare and present a proposed budget to the Board of Directors for the ensuing F.A.C.E. fiscal year. The finance and budget committee is chaired by the Treasurer.
The Legislative and Judicial Review Committee will meet as necessary and is responsible for the review of state statutes and of ordinances throughout the State of Florida which pertain to Code Enforcement. Their ultimate responsibility lies in finding the most efficient and effective laws in place and working toward the establishment of these laws on a statewide basis. This Committee shall also propose amendments to the By-Laws for transmission to the Board of Directors. The legislative and judicial review committee is chaired by the Sergeant-at-Arms.