Enviromental Management and Urban Tree Committee's
Enviromental Management Committee Background
The Environmental Management Committee (EMC) was established in 2015 as an advisory committee to make recommendations to the City Council on issues regarding recycling, solid waste management, environmental issues and other similar matters. The EMC meets only as necessary to handle matters referred to it by the City Council, the Public Works Director, or the City Manager.
The EMC consists of seven voting members appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. At least one member is an elected member of the City Council. Five citizen members are residents of the City of Silverton and one citizen member may reside outside city limits. The person or firm granted an exclusive franchise by the solid waste ordinance for providing solid waste services in the city and the public works director serve as ex-officio (nonvoting) members of the EMC.
Urban Tree Committee
The Urban Tree Committee was adoped by Resolution 22-24 on October 3, 2022 by Silverton's City Council. Urban Tree Committee is a standing committee, with the purpose of providing advice and feedback to the City Council on programs, practices and decision-making involving all aspects of urban forestry.
The members of this committee shall be appointed by the Council as at-will members, on an as-needed basis. Membership will include a member of the City Council, a member of the Planning Commission, and five (5) citizen-members-at-large.
|Jess Miller||City Council||February 6, 2022|
|Mike Ashland||Citizen Member||May 1, 2023|
|Susan Carter||Citizen Member||February 6, 2024|
|Carl Krigbaum||Citizen Member||February 6, 2024|
|Dodie Brockamp||Citizen Member||February 6, 2023|
|Sam Perez||Citizen Member||June 30, 2022|
|Elyce Hues||Citizen Member||May 1, 2024|
|Travis Sperle||City of Silverton Ex-Officio Member|
|Travis Comfort||Republic Services Ex-Officio Member|