§ 20-304.  Compensation for Members of Boards, Commissions, Committees and Councils. 14
   (1)   Plumbing Advisory Board. Each member of the Plumbing Advisory Board shall receive as compensation eighty-five dollars ($85) for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed five thousand one hundred dollars ($5,100).
   (2)   Board of Building Standards. 15 Each member of the Board of Building Standards shall receive sixty dollars ($60) as compensation for each meeting of the Board which the member attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed four thousand five hundred dollars ($4,500).
   (3)   Tax Review Board. Each member of the Tax Review Board shall receive one hundred dollars ($100) as compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
   (4)   Zoning Board of Adjustment. Each member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment shall receive one hundred dollars ($100) as compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed twenty-two thousand dollars ($22,000).
   (5)   Board of Licenses and Inspections Review. Each member of the Board of Licenses and Review shall receive eighty-five dollars ($85) as compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed six thousand three hundred seventy-five dollars ($6,375).
   (6)   Civil Service Commission. 16 Each member of the Civil Service Commission shall receive one hundred dollars ($100) as compensation for each meeting of the Commission that he attends; provided that the total compensation paid to each member, except the chairman, in any one year shall not exceed seventeen thousand five hundred dollars ($17,500). The chairman shall receive one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125) for each meeting attended, not to exceed a yearly total of twenty-one thousand eight hundred seventy-five dollars ($21,875).
   (7)   Board of Revision of Taxes. 17 Each member of the Board of Revision of Taxes shall receive an annual salary of seventy thousand dollars ($70,000). The Secretary shall receive an annual salary of seventy-two thousand dollars ($72,000).The Chairman of the Board of Revision of Taxes shall receive an annual salary of seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000).
   (8)   Veterans Advisory Commission. Each member of the Veterans Advisory Commission shall receive thirty dollars ($30) as compensation for each meeting of the Commission which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (9)   Board of Viewers. Each member of the Board of Viewers appointed under Act 6 of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, approved June 22, 1964, as amended, shall receive an annual salary of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000). Any member of the Board of Revision of Taxes, appointed as a member of a Board of Viewers, shall not be entitled to receive the compensation fixed in this Section but shall receive only the salary provided for a member of the Board of Revision of Taxes. 18
   (10)   Fair Housing Commission. Each member of the Fair Housing Commission shall receive eighty-five dollars ($85) as compensation for each meeting of the Commission which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed eight thousand five hundred dollars ($8,500).
   (11)   Commission on Human Relations. Each member of the Commission on Human Relations shall receive one hundred dollars ($100) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000). The Chairman of the Commission on Human Relations shall receive an annual salary of fifty-five thousand dollars ($55,000).
   (12)   Drug and Alcohol Executive Committee. Each member of the Drug and Alcohol Executive Committee shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Committee which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (13)   Scholarship Advisory Commission. Each member of the Scholarship Advisory Commission shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Commission which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one hundred eighty dollars ($180).
   (14)   Science and Technology Advisory Council. Each member of the Science and Technology Advisory Council shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Council which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one hundred eighty dollars ($180).
   (15)   Spanish Speaking Executive Committee. Each member of the Spanish Speaking Executive Committee shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Committee which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (16)   Philadelphia City Scholarship Committee. Each member of the Philadelphia City Scholarship Committee shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Committee which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one hundred twenty dollars ($120).
   (17)   Philadelphia Commission on Services to the Aging. Each member of the Philadelphia Commission on Services to the Aging shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Commission which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (18)   Urban Homestead Board. Each member of the Urban Homestead Board shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (19)   Board of Safety and Fire Prevention. Each member of the Board of Safety and Fire Prevention shall receive forty dollars ($40) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed four hundred eighty dollars ($480).
   (20)   Air Pollution Control Board. Each member of the Air Pollution Control Board shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (21)   Board of Health. Each member of the Board of Health shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (22)   Community Nursing Services Board. Each member of the Community Nursing Services Board shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (23)   Mental Health and Intellectual Disability Board. 19 Each member of the Mental Health and Intellectual Disability Board shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (24)   Board of Trustees of American Flag House and Betsy Ross Memorial. Each member of the Board of Trustees of American Flag House and Betsy Ross Memorial shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one hundred twenty dollars ($120).
   (25)   Board of Trustees of Camp William Penn. Each member of the Board of Trustees of Camp William Penn shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one hundred twenty dollars ($120).
   (26)   Recreation Coordination Board. Each member of the Recreation Coordination Board shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one hundred twenty dollars ($120).
   (27)   Art Commission. Each member of the Art Commission shall receive forty dollars ($40) compensation for each meeting of the Commission which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed nine hundred sixty dollars ($960).
   (28)   Board of Labor Standards. Each member of the Board of Labor Standards shall receive forty dollars ($40) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed four hundred eighty dollars ($480).
   (29)   Philadelphia Historical Commission. Each member of the Philadelphia Historical Commission shall receive forty dollars ($40) compensation for each meeting of the Commission which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed four hundred eighty dollars ($480).
   (30)   Adult Services Advisory Board. Each member of the Adult Services Advisory Board shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (31)   Child Welfare Advisory Board. Each member of the Child Welfare Advisory Board shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one hundred twenty dollars ($120).
   (32)   Electrical Code Advisory Board. Each member of the Electrical Code Advisory Board shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (33)   Board of Trustees of Philadelphia Prisons. Each member of the Board of Trustees of Philadelphia Prisons shall receive seventy dollars ($70) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one thousand six hundred eighty dollars ($1,680).
   (34)   Board of Trustees of Riverview. Each member of the Board of Trustees of Riverview shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one hundred eighty dollars ($180).
   (35)   Board of Trade and Conventions. Each member of the Board of Trade and Conventions shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (36)   City Planning Commission. Each member of the City Planning Commission shall receive seventy dollars ($70) compensation for each meeting of the Commission which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed one thousand six hundred eighty dollars ($1,680).
   (37)   Board of Trustees of Free Library. Each member of the Board of Trustees of Free Library shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred sixty dollars ($360).
   (38)   [Reserved] 20
   (39)   Youth Services Coordinating Commission. Each member of the Youth Services Coordinating Commission shall receive thirty dollars ($30) compensation for each meeting of the Commission which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed three hundred dollars ($300).
   (40)   Each member of the Malt and Brewed Beverage Hearing Board shall receive one hundred dollars ($100) as compensation for each meeting of the Board which he or she attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed twenty-two thousand dollars ($22,000). 21
   (41)   Environmental Justice Advisory Commission. Each member of the Environmental Justice Advisory Commission shall receive forty dollars ($40) compensation for each meeting of the Board which he attends; provided, that the total compensation paid to each member in any year shall not exceed two hundred forty dollars ($240). 22
   (42)   Citizens Police Oversight Commission. Each member of the Citizens Police Oversight Commission shall receive one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125) as compensation for each meeting or hearing of the Commission which the member attends. 22.1

 

Notes

14
   Amended, 1988 Ordinances, p. 738.
15
   Amended, Bill No. 878 (approved July 24, 1995), 1995 Ordinances, p. 1130.
16
   Amended, 1987 Ordinances, p. 1081.
17
   Amended, Bill No. 960505 (approved July 8, 1996), 1996 Ordinances, p. 725. Section 2 of the Ordinance provides that the amendment to this Section of the Code shall apply during calendar year 1996 and calendar years thereafter. Amended, Bill No. 040759 (approved January 25, 2005). Section 2 of Bill No. 040759 provides that this Ordinance shall be effective retroactively from July 1, 2004. Amended, Bill No. 100212 (approved April 22, 2010); amended, Bill No. 140017 (became law March 27, 2014).
18
   Amended, Bill No. 040759 (approved January 25, 2005). Section 2 of Bill No. 040759 provides that this Ordinance shall be effective retroactively from July 1, 2004.
19
   Amended, Bill No. 130723 (approved January 20, 2014).
20
   Deleted, Bill No. 051024 (approved December 15, 2005). Section 3 of Bill No. 051024 provides: "Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect upon the certification of the approval by the electors of the amendment to the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter providing for the creation and appointment of a Board of Ethics." Such an amendment was approved and became effective June 5, 2006.
21
   Added, Bill No. 070367-A (approved June 15, 2007).
22
   Added, Bill No. 190703 (approved October 23, 2019).
22.1
   Added, Bill No. 210074 (approved June 9, 2021).