February 2017 Council Meeting Agenda


AGENDA

MCKENZIE WATERSHED COUNCIL

February 9, 2017

Weyerhaeuser Co.

785 N. 42nd

Springfield

1. INTRODUCTIONS AND APPROVAL OF AGENDA 5:00 – 5:05

Arlene Dietz, Facilitator

Action Requested: Approve agenda.

2. GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT SESSION 5:05 – 5:15

The Council invites public comment on any watershed issue related to its mission. The time limit for comments is three minutes. If you wish to make a comment, please complete a public comment card and provide it to staff before the session. The Council’s adopted public comment procedures are on the reverse side of this agenda.

3. APPROVAL OF JANUARY 2017 MINUTES 5:15 – 5:25

Action Requested: Approve minutes. (Attachment)

4. PARTNER ANNOUNCEMENTS 5:25 – 5:45

5. STAFF REPORTS 5:45 – 6:05

BREAK

6. 2017-2019 WORK PLAN – Staff 6:10 – 6:30

Action Requested: Approve work plan. (Attachment)

7. MEETING EFFECTIVENESS – Paul Hoobyar, Watershed Initiatives LLC 6:30 – 7:30

a. Overview of Facilitation

b. Role of the Facilitator

c. Tools (ground rules, time management, parking lot, etc.)

Action Requested: Approve measures.

8. RESIDENT PARTNER APPOINTMENT 7:30 – 7:35

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION – Ralph Perkins, Chair

Action Requested: Discussion.

Next Meeting: March 9, 2017, McKenzie Fire & Rescue, Leaburg, 5:00 p.m

Contact: Larry Six, 458-201-8150, coordinator@mckenziewc.org, www.mckenziewc.org 1/31/2017

PUBLIC COMMENT PROCEDURES

MCKENZIE WATERSHED COUNCIL

Adopted February 14, 2013

A general public comment period of at least ten minutes will be placed on each agenda at the beginning of the meeting. During this session, testimony is allowed on any matter relevant to the Council’s mission. The facilitator shall determine relevance. The time limit for comments is three minutes, which can be reduced at the discretion of the facilitator. The facilitator also may allow public comment or questions on specific agenda items as they are addressed, with a three-minute time limit. The facilitator has the discretion to end public testimony if needed to make sure the Council completes its business.

Before members of the public may provide comments, first they must be recognized by the facilitator. Individuals should raise their hands to be recognized and provide their names and the organizations they represent, if any. The Council will require speakers to fill out a public comment card identifying themselves and the topic they wish to address.

Each agenda should include a statement describing these public comment procedures.

COUNCIL MISSION STATEMENT

To foster better stewardship of McKenzie River watershed resources, deal with issues in advance of resource degradation, and ensure sustainable watershed health, functions and uses. The Council will accomplish its mission through fostering voluntary partnerships, collaboration and public awareness.

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