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Conservation and Climate Outreach Commission (View All)

Conservation and Climate Outreach Commission

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Meeting Agenda
December 18, 2019 – 6:00 to 8:00 PM
Community Development Building, Siskiyou Room, 51 Winburn Way
Note: This meeting will be recorded and uploaded to the website to accompany the minutes.
1. (6:00) - Call to Order
2. Consent Agenda
3. Announcements 
3.1. Next Regular Meeting: January 22, 2020
3.2. Upcoming Sub-committee meetings
3.3. Other Announcements from Commissioners
4. (6:10) - Public Forum to be evenly divided by public wishing to speak (10 min)
5. (6:20) - Reports/Presentations (20 min)
5.1 Council Update (5 min)
5.2 Administration Update (5 min)
5.3 CPC Staff Liaison Update (5 min)
6. (6:40) Old Business (45 min)
6.1. Commission Monthly Column in Sneak Preview (10 min)
Month Published Article   Assigned To Due for Packet Due to Sneak Preview (staff) Approved?
December Rogue to Go Buck Oct. 14 Nov.18 Yes
January SB 90/Straws on Demand Rosenthal Nov. 4 Dec. 20 Yes
February Climate Action Card Article Moore Dec. 9     
March History of Conservation Commission Buck/Hanks Jan. 13    
April Joint CCOC and CPC Article McGinnis Feb. 17    
May Addressing Consumption Emissions Koopman/McGinnis Mar. 16    
TBD – What happens to recycling? (Moore/Rosenthal), Juicebox Electric Car Charger (Green), and Climate Emergency (Koopman)
6.2. Sub-committee updates (15 min)
6.2.1 Water
6.2.2 Waste Prevention
6.2.3 Air Quality
6.3.1 Approval
6.3.2 Discussion of Community Use
7. (7:25) New Business (25 min)
8. (7:50) - Wrap Up (10 min)
8.1. Review of Action Items
• Background on what other cities will have done to declare a climate emergency (Koopman)
• CPC meeting (Koopman, McGinnis, Walker, and staff)
• Sneak Preview ad for the Rogue to Go pilot program and the Climate Action card (staff)
• Electric landscaping equipment outreach (McGinnis)
• Displaying outreach materials on City TVs (McGinnis)
• Updating the Commission webpage (staff with Commission input)
• Researching grants for Tool Library (Cooper and Koopman)
• Creating a spreadsheet for outreach activities (Green and Moore)
• Checking with Ashland School District about getting a new representative (McGinnis)
• Checking with local landscapers about using electric tools (McGinnis)
• Referencing the Drawdown book for importance of various actions for neighborhood meetings (Moore)
• Researching locations for presentations (Moore)
8.2. Items to be added to next agenda
• 10 by 20 Update (January)
• Public Meeting, Records, and Ethics Presentation
• Multifamily Recycling Ordinance Review (TBD)

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