April 25, 2022
Remote until further notice
Climate Action Steering Committee
Monday, April 25, 2022
Thurston Climate Mitigation Steering Committee
Monday, April 25, 2022 - 3:00-5:00pm*
In order to comply with the Governor’s guidance to “Stay Home and Stay Healthy” and in keeping with the Proclamation by the Governor Amending Proclamation 20-05 Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act issued on March 24th 2020, participation in this meeting will be through remote access only.
Watch the meeting recording: https://youtu.be/ZkFw_d4ajJQ
| ||1a.||Call to Order|| |
| ||1b.||Introductions|| |
| ||1c.||Approval of Agenda|| |
| ||1d.||Approval of Previous Meeting Summary (attachment 1)|| |
| || ||1e.||OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT|
During this portion of the meeting, members of the public may address the Committee regarding the Committee’s business. Public comment for this meeting will be accepted in written and oral format.
- Written comments: The deadline for submitting written public comments is noon (12 pm PST) the Friday preceding the meeting, April 22, 2022. For written comments, please include your name and address, your comment, and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Written comments received by the deadline will be provided to the Committee prior to the meeting.
- Oral comments: Please indicate that you wish to provide public comment when registering for the meeting. The Chair may limit oral public comments to two (2) minutes or less, depending on the meeting agenda and number of people wishing to comment. The Chair may allow for additional public comment to be taken at the end of the agenda for those who signed up at the beginning of the meeting and did not get an opportunity to speak during the allotted time.
| 3:20pm||2.||COMMITTEE BUSINESS|
| || ||2a.||CASC Charter and Rules Update (attachment 2, presentation) – Allison Osterberg, TRPC|
The CASC will review updates to their charter and process document. Changes may be approved at this meeting by action of the CASC or brought back for approval at the May meeting, based on discussion.
| || ||2b.||Election of Steering Committee Officers – All||ACTION|
| || ||2c.||Advisory Workgroup Recruitment Process (attachment 3) – Casey Mauck, TRPC|
Approve options for recruiting members for the Advisory Workgroup.
| 4:20pm||3.||STANDING AGENDA ITEMS||INFORMATION / DISCUSSION|
|3a.||Legislative Agenda (presentation) – All |
Members will receive a status update on the 2022 legislative priorities, with the close of the legislative session.
|3b.||Jurisdictional Information Sharing (attachment 4) – All|
Members share progress on implementation of the Thurston Climate Mitigation Plan or other relevant topics.
| 5:00pm||4.||Adjourn|| |
| ||*The times listed above are estimates. Items may not take the time allotted, and the meeting may adjourn early if all business has been completed. |
| ||TRPC ensures full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by prohibiting discrimination against any person based on race, color, national origin, or sex in the provision of benefits and services resulting from its federally assisted programs and activities. For questions regarding TRPC's Title VI Program, you may contact the Department's Title VI Coordinator at 360-956-7575.|
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| ||Note on Public Comment via Online Meeting:|
The following is not acceptable as either written or oral public comment and is considered disruptive behavior:
Members of the public engaging in disruptive behavior may have their emails blocked (for written comments) or be removed from the meeting (for oral comments).
- Promoting or advertising commercial services, entities or products.
- Supporting or opposing political candidates or ballot propositions.
- Distributing obscene content.
- Engaging in illegal activity or encouragement of illegal activity.
- Promoting, fostering or perpetuating discrimination on the basis of creed, color, age, religion, gender, gender identification, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation information that may tend to compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems.
- Threatening or intimidating language, including cyber bullying.
- Otherwise engaging in disruptive behavior.