The Steering Committee, composed of an elected official and staff representative of each jurisdiction, will meet about monthly and coordinate the project. The Steering Committee’s other key tasks include selecting the Consultant Team and guiding its work, as well as selecting the Stakeholder Committee. All Steering Committee meetings are open to the public.
The Advisory Workgroup is made up of public- and private-sector members of the community with subject matter expertise. This group functions as the Stakeholder Committee referred to in the Interlocal Agreement and Steering Committee Charter and serves an important role in the plan’s public participation process. The workgroup is responsible for sharing ideas, evaluating draft deliverables, and providing recommendations to the Steering Committee on all major tasks on the TCMP. All Climate Advisory Workgroup meetings are open to the public.
The benefits and costs of climate mitigation will affect everyone in Thurston County. There will be many opportunities to get involved and let us know your priorities and concerns about reducing our carbon footprint.