The Human Relations Commission in looking for individuals to serve on their commission. The board’s mission is to eliminate discrimination and establish equality and justice for all people through civil rights enforcement, advocacy and education. They monitor discrimination and the affirmative action program and administers regulations in Code Chapter 13, which prohibits discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations or public contracts and internal and external… Affirmative Action programs. The board hears appeals, holds hearings, administers oaths, takes testimony, and studies the problems of youth, aged, physically handicapped and disadvantaged. There are nine adult members with at least three members representing significant ethnic or minority groups within the community, plus two Youth on Board members.* The commission meets monthly on the second Tuesday at 5:30 p.m., in Room 107 of the City-Country Building, 300 W. Ash St. Individuals who are interested in applying for this board should do so by August 9. To view boards, committee and commisions with vacancies, visit http://www.salina-ks.gov/boards.