Definition of Councils
Councils are consultative groups of administrators, administratively appointed individuals and/or persons serving by designation of their position. The purposes of councils are:
A. To coordinate policy implementation and administration for the administrative area within which they are located. This process may include but not be limited to:
(1) Serving as a clearing house for administrative information;
(2) Facilitating problem identification and review and
(3) Considering innovations in administrative programs and procedures.
B. To evaluate, amend and approve policy proposals and to formulate and initiate policy change affecting their administrative area.