ARTICLE VIII Miscellaneous
The entire membership of the Advisory Council shall consider it a civic duty to attend all meetings and shall endeavor to make fair and just decisions to the benefit of all Brevard County residents, and shall aid in interpreting to the public at large the objectives of the programs and issues of Brevard County as it pertains to marine matters.
The Advisory Council shall make recommendations relative to the planning, policies, and conduct of diversified marine programs and services and the development of same to the Board of County Commission through the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department.
Advisory Council members shall represent the citizens as a whole and serve as liaison between the public and the County Commission; prepare recommendations which are conducive to the benefit of the people and the marine-interest field as a whole; and submit same to the County Commission through the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department.
The Advisory Council serves in an advisory capacity to the County Commission, in liaison with the Parks and Recreation Department, and shall not assume any administrative tasks except through the Parks and Recreation Director, or designee.
A major function of the Advisory Council shall be to serve in a public relations role to the general public, interpreting the total services and problems of marine nature and reporting to the Parks and Recreation Department and the Board of County Commissioners.