Seeking Council Representatives

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The Minot AFB Resident Council is seeking new representatives. Resident Councils are established as the forum for military members and their dependents residing in privatized housing to discuss health and safety concerns, identify potential improvements, present solutions, and maintain a positive and productive relationship between housing residents, leadership, and the housing partners.

Resident councils are comprised of active duty members or spouses, chaired by the Wing Commander, and attended by fellow residents, the Military Housing Office, local housing management, the Resident Advocate, First Sergeants, and Command. At Minot AFB, the Resident Council holds a monthly meeting which all Minot AFB Homes residents are invited to attend. The agenda for the meeting is comprised of items from the Neighborhood Representatives and direct input from residents. In addition to the monthly meetings, the council meets quarterly with the Wing Commander to provide agenda updates and discuss action taken or needed for continued improvement.

The goal of the council is to enhance the privatized housing experience for military members and their families at Minot Air Force Base. The MAFB Resident Council provides residents the opportunity to prioritize and discuss any privatized housing related problems, issues, concerns and recommended solutions to 5th Bomb Wing Leadership and their support agencies. Monthly commitment to the council is generally up to 3 hours for meetings or outreach. If you are interested in being a voice and decision maker for the housing community on base, please reach out to the Resident Advocate for an application or further information, racquel.labadie.1@us.af.mil.

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