Dry Creek Parkway Advisory Committee (DCPAC)
Role of Committee and Meeting Procedures
The Dry Creek Parkway Advisory Committee is made up of representatives of local communities such as Rio Linda/Elverta, North Highlands/Antelope, the bicycle community, the equestrian community, etc. Members are appointed by the County of Sacramento Board of Supervisors to advise the County of Sacramento Department of Regional Parks and the Recreation and Park Commission on issues affecting the Dry Creek Parkway and Gibson Ranch.
CONDUCT OF MEETING:
An agenda item will be presented, sometimes with a guest speaker and sometimes by a committee member or staff member. The chairperson will first recognize committee members who wish to ask questions, and then members of the audience will be able to ask questions and/or comment. The chairperson may limit the time allowed for testimony by persons addressing the Committee.
The committee serves in an advisory capacity to the County of Sacramento Department of Regional Parks and the Recreation and Park Commission. All actions of the Committee are subject to approval by the Board of Supervisors. No action or recommendation of the Committee shall be valid unless it receives a simple majority of the votes. A tie vote is deemed a vote for denial.
Reports prepared for Information Items—Written are typically not discussed, unless the Committee decides otherwise.
Information Items – Oral includes presentations by staff and other entities and may be discussed by the Committee.
Staff Comments are presented by staff and then discussed by the Committee as needed. COMMITTEE ACTION: The Committee may take action on any item listed on the agenda.
Dry Creek Advisory Committee (DCPAC) AGENDA
Gibson Ranch Regional Park—Ranch House
Wednesday, November 04, 2015 6:00 PM
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