The Hamilton Economic Development Advisory Commission was established by the Hamilton Township Administrative code as an advisory body to the Mayor and Township Council through interaction with the Hamilton Office of Economic Development. Commission members are volunteers appointed by the Mayor. Guidelines based on current objectives of the Township Government are provided by the Mayor and the Township Council.
Commission members meet regularly serving in an advisory capacity by offering information, insight, and advice regarding the economic growth and stability of Hamilton Township.
Specific tasks which are responsive to the Township Government's objectives and the best interests of the people of Hamilton Township are determined, assign and fulfilled by the board members of the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission.