CAC Charge and Appointment Process

By admin, July 3, 2008 8:22 am

The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) serves as a “steward” for the community involvement process and works directly with the consultants the County has hired to lead this process. Examples of CAC responsibilities include the following:

  • Provide guidance on the public involvement process
  • Use networks to identify stakeholders – especially those who are underrepresented – and help ensure all stakeholders’ voices are heard
  • Help people understand and trust the process
  • Welcome participants to input sessions and encourage their continuing involvement
  • Help compile community input to shape framework and recommendations for capital investments that address key corridor issues
  • Work with the project Technical Advisory Committee (which includes City, County, and other agency staff) to inform the County’s process.

Organizations making CAC Appointments:

  • Longfellow Community Council (2)
  • Standish-Ericsson Neighborhood Association (1)
  • Corcoran Neighborhood Organization (1)
  • Longfellow Business Association (2)
  • City Council members (2)
  • County Commissioner (1)
  • (The East Phillips Improvement Coalition was invited to make an appointment but declined to do so at this time. Like all other key stakeholders, they will have many opportunities to participate in the process.)

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