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Date and Time: Friday, April 12, 2013, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Anderson Island Community Clubhouse
11319 Yoman Road, A.I. WA 98303
PROPOSED REGULAR MEETING AGENDA:
AICAB was created by Pierce County ordinance to "serve in an advisory capacity to the Pierce County Council and the Pierce County Executive", and to "facilitate a structured two-way communication process between the County and Island residents, property owners, and business owners regarding significant issues affecting the community" ...... including "land use, environmental regulations, infrastructure, schools, ferry service, and public safety."
If you are not able to attend, you may e-mail your concerns or questions to andersonaicab @ yahoo.com.
Note: Prior meeting minutes can be found here: http://www.aicab.org/documents/index.html#Minutes.
Pierce County Ferry System information, including the sailing schedule, is available at www.piercecountywa.org/ferry.
Paul Crow, Marine Superintendant
Mary Powers, Public Works and Utilities PIO
Your ferry-related comments and suggestions are welcome and may be sent via email to the Ferry Committee at email@example.com. To receive ferry service announcements please send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Meetings are scheduled to be held quarterly, on the second Friday of the following months: January, April, July, and October. Unless otherwise posted, all meetings are at 7:00pm in the Anderson Island Community Club. Special meetings may be held with at least one week's notice to the public.
Speak-up forms are now available on-line. Click here to download/view. Note: if you have trouble getting the document, try right-clicking on the link and selecting "Save Target As" (IE browser) or "Save link as" (Firefox/Mozilla/Netscape browser) to save it to your own computer's hard drive.
On May 18th, 2004 the Anderson Island Citizens' Advisory Board was established by vote of the Pierce County Council, ordinance no. 2004-25. The Anderson Island Citizens' Advisory Board (AICAB) serves in an advisory capacity to the Pierce County Council and Pierce County Executive. The purpose of the AICAB is to facilitate a structured two-way communication process between the County and island residents regarding significant issues affecting the community within Pierce County's jurisdiction. Issues include, but are not limited to, land use, environmental regulations, infrastructure, schools, ferry service, and public safety. The goal of the AICAB is to assure that all views are considered by conveying island viewpoints and opinions, including minority views, on significant issues affecting the island.
The duties of the AICAB members as set forth in Pierce County ordinance No. 2004-25 include:
A. Provide a forum for island residents, property owners and business owners to communicate concerns;
B. Articulate issues of concern and forward to the Pierce County Council and/or the Pierce County Executive;
C. Devise a recommended plan of action for resolution of island concerns;
D. Update island residents, property owners and business owners regarding issues of concern and Pierce County's responses;
E. Invite Pierce County representatives to participate in regular "town hall" type meetings to discuss island concerns; and
F. Forward recommendations and suggested solutions to the appropriate Pierce County official(s).
The AICAB consists of 10 voting members, (appointed by the Pierce County Executive and confirmed by the Pierce County Council), drawn from each of the following island organizations: Anderson Island Association, Anderson Island Community Club, Anderson Island Historical Society, Anderson Island Elementary School Booster Club, Anderson Island Park and Recreation District, Anderson Island Fire and Rescue District, Anderson Island Quality of Life Committee, Anderson Island Crime Task Force, Tanner Electric Cooperative, and Riviera Community Club.
The AICAB meets monthly on the second Friday of the month at 7:00pm at the Anderson Island Community Clubhouse. The public is welcome at all meetings. Speakup Forms are available in the AICAB box located on the exterior wall of the Island General Store.
For additional information please contact the AICAB through Andersonaicab @ yahoo.com
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