Hampton Comprehensive Waterway Management PlanSteering CommitteeProposed Operating Agreement
The Committee and sub-committees will be provided withindependent facilitation so that all members are able to fully participate indiscussions.
Committee member information requests will becaptured and tracked in a good-faith effort to provide the requested supportfor information. Between Committee meetings, please send requests toFred Whitley and Betsy McBride atFred_Whitley@URSCorp.comor email@example.com
Committee member participation is central to a good processand a representative outcome. If you are unable to attend a meeting,please notify Fred Whitley, the Steering Committee facilitator atFred_Whitley@URSCorp.com
Committee members are expected to use theCommittee materials, public briefings and other means to become informedon issues of concern related to the lower Chesapeake Bay; the impacts of high tides, storms and silt on the city waterways; and regulatory issues.The Committee is also expected to work with the input from Hamptonresidents.
Also central to a good process, is good publiccommunication. Meeting minutes, project materials and input opportunitieswill be provided on the project website:www.hamptonengages.com
While the Committee is asked to provide City Councilwith recommendations, it is anticipated that work on several of the topic