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City of Ashland, Oregon / Commissions & Committees / Council-Parks Ad Hoc Committee

Council-Parks Ad Hoc Committee

Mayor Stromberg created this ad hoc committee consisting of three Councilors and two Park Commissioners to examine short-term and long-term Park funding issues in greater depth.

The Scope of Work is as follows:
 
The ad hoc Parks Funding Committee is charged with assisting the City Council and the Parks Commission by examining short- and long-term parks funding issues in greater depth.  Strategies and recommendations developed by the committee shall be reported back to a joint meeting of the City Council and Parks Commission at a date to be determined.
 
The committee shall, in the course of its work:

  • Provide ample opportunity for public input;
  • Consult with the city attorney to ensure its recommendations are compliant with Oregon law; and
  • Present its recommendations in writing so they can be easily shared with the public.

Established
Meetings
Length of Term
March 19, 2013
as needed
none

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