Process kick-started by OCA in 2016 is now coming to fruition
The Peninsula Daily News reported two upcoming public hearings on the City’s Climate Resiliency Plan. The first will be a virtual meeting of the City Planning Commission on Wed, May 7 at 6 pm. View the Agenda Packet. Attend the meeting.
Public comment will be open on May 17 following a City Council workshop where the plan will be discussed at 6 pm.
The second public hearing will be June 7 during the City Council’s regular meeting at 6 pm.
Mayor Kate Dexter credited Olympic Climate Action for kick-starting this process:
“This is a community-initiated plan that began when Olympic Climate Action requested the inclusion of climate action-related goals and policies during the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Periodic Update,” Mayor Dexter said. “This direction became a catalyst for City Council to add climate action to our 2019-2020 Strategic Plan.” Read entire PDN article.
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