July 13, 2022
Remote until further notice.
Transportation Policy Board Meeting - NOTE EXTENDED TIME
Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Transportation Policy Board
Wednesday, July 13, 2022 - 7:00 - 9:00 am NOTE EXTENDED TIME
REMOTE ONLY MEETING
2411 Chandler Court SW
Olympia, WA 98502
Please note, this meeting will be in workshop format, with breakout rooms for small group discussion. Members of the public wishing to observe the discussion must join the Zoom meeting, as the Facebook recording will not capture the small group discussions. To receive a link to the Zoom meeting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individuals who prefer to watch the meeting only and not observe the breakout room discussions, can watch the meeting live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trpc.org.
|7:00am||1.||Introductions - Andy Ryder, Chair|| |
|2.||Recognition - Andy Ryder, Chair|
Chair Ryder will recognize the service of Community Representative Kevin Pestinger.
|3.||Executive Director's Report & Announcements - Marc Daily, TRPC|
|4.|| ||Approval of Agenda - Andy Ryder, Chair||ACTION|
|a.||Approval of Meeting Notes June 8, 2022 (attachment) - Andy Ryder, Chair|
| || 6.|| ||Public Comment Period|
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Public comment for this meeting will be accepted in written and oral format.
- The deadline for submitting written public comments or registering for oral public comment at the meeting is noon (12:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time) the day preceding the meeting, July 12, 2022.
- For written public comment, please provide: 1) your name and address and 2) your comments. Send them to email@example.com. Written comments received by the deadline will be provided to the Policy Board members prior to the meeting.
- Commenters who wish to provide comment during the meeting, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive a link to join the meeting.
The Chair may accept public comment from individuals that did not pre-register after registered public comment has been provided. The Chair may also limit oral public comment to three minutes or less, depending on the meeting agenda and number of people wishing to comment.
There will be two opportunities to provide public comment during the meeting (Agenda Items 6 and 9). The first opportunity will be at the beginning of the meeting after the approval of the consent calendar, and the second, after Agenda Item #8 – Call for Projects Process Discussion. Comments in the second Public Comment Period (Agenda Item 9) should focus on Agenda Item 8: Call for Projects Process Discussion.
|7.||Consideration of Interview Committee Recommendation on Business & Community Representatives (attachment) – Andy Ryder, Selection Committee, and Karen Parkhurst, TRPC|
Staff will provide an overview of the recruitment and selection process. The Interview Committee – Dani Madrone, First Vice Chair; Renee Radcliff Sinclair; Second Vice Chair, and Pete Kmet, Emeritus Representative – will present their recommendations to the full Policy Board for action to appoint 3 Business and 2 Community Representatives.
10 min. presentation, 10 min. questions
|8.||Call for Projects Process Discussion (attachment)|
After Agenda Item 7, the group will move to a Retreat/Workshop style format and Executive Director Marc Daily will lead a discussion on the new Call for Projects Process, reminding the Board of background information and a recap of conversations with the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC).
The members will participate as a full Board and in smaller breakout sessions, supported by Executive Director Daily, Paul Brewster, Veena Tabbutt, and Karen Parkhurst, TRPC.
PRESENTATIONS & DISCUSSION
|9.||Second Public Comment Period|
Public comment accepted on Agenda Item 8.
|10. ||Recommendation to Council on new Call for Projects Process – Andy Ryder, Chair|
Chair Ryder will reconvene the full Board to take action on the Call for Projects Process.
|11.||Outside Committee Report |
Because of the full agenda, this item will be covered in the After- Meeting Summary.
September 14, 2022
NO AUGUST MEETING
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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.
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- Threatening or intimidating language, including cyber bullying.
- Otherwise engaging in disruptive behavior.
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“provide visionary, collaborative leadership on regional plans, policies, and issues for the benefit of all Thurston region residents.”
To Support this Mission:
- Conduct regional transportation planning consistent with state and federal requirements
- Address growth management, environmental quality, economic opportunity, and other topics to sustain and enhance the region’s quality of life
- Assemble and analyze data that support informed local and regional decision making
- Act as a “convener” to build regional consensus on issues through information and inclusive public involvement
- Build intergovernmental consensus on regional plans, policies, and issues in support of local implementation
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- Take time to recognize and celebrate our successes.