Committee meetings are open to the public and seek input from stakeholders on topics discussed.
The Regional Air Quality Council has combined its Mobile Sources/Fuels, Stationary/Area Sources and Transportation/Land Use/Outreach Committees into one Control Strategy Committee to focus on control strategies for the ozone planning efforts. This will allow participants to understand co-benefits of different strategies and select strategies for continued development for implementation and possible inclusion in State Implementation Plan(s) to reduce ozone pollution.
This committee is focused on the operations and business matters of the RAQC. Topics discussed and evaluated include, but not limited to, fiduciary and human resources issues, the RAQC’s annual work plan and budget.
Through this workgroup, Board Members and staff will work through a strategic planning model to better define the RAQC’s mission, vision, objectives, strategic initiates as well as performance measures and targets.