The Environmental Commission is a group of appointed community advocates who advise the City Council on implementation of the Comprehensive Environmental & Climate Action Plan (CECAP) and other environmental matters as they arise in the community. The Commission has 26 members, including fifteen voting members appointed by each City Council Member. It has eight technical panel members appointed by the City Manager, each with expertise in one of the eight areas of the CECAP. The Commission’s founding ordinance created an Environmental Health Committee. Its members were appointed by the Commission chair and include two appointed commission members and three community members with public health experience.
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To advise the City Council on the environment, sustainability and implementation of the CECAP. The Commission supports equitable and effective action to resolve environmental issues as they arise.
In addition to advising the City Council on CECAP implementation, the Commission’s monthly meetings provide the public with an opportunity to provide input on agenda items. Commissioners also conduct community outreach in their districts to increase both community input and awareness.
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