The Project Coordinator will have the duty and responsibility of maintaining contact and working directly with the Committee Chairpersons, respectively.
His/her duties will require that he/she obtain from each chairman a tentative schedule of committee meetings planned for the year. If requested, the Project Coordinator will make arrangements for date, time, and location of meetings set by the respective chairperson.
It occurs that the chairperson of a Committee may wish to schedule meetings of his/her different committees at various locations in the state. For example, it may be useful and advantageous to schedule meetings in a county in the same
Congressional District with companion counties as an acceptable alternative to the need for only holding statewide meetings by committees.
The Project Coordinator will also serve on behalf of the President and/or Executive Committee in other matters having special need by the Association.
Further, the Project Coordinator will join effort with the Membership Director and Committee chairpersons helping to secure the skills, talents, and experience of the Revenue Commissioners, etc., who are also charged with handling car tags, etc. Whenever possible, these important associate members should be assigned to the various committees.