KC Comp Plan
|Growth Management Committee|
Maintains Council operations and interfaces. Executes all instruments on its behalf; prepares the agenda (with assistance of the Executive Committee, as appropriate); presides at all meetings of the Council and of the Executive Committee; calls emergency meetings, other than the regular meetings of the Council; assigns issues or other matters to the appropriate Committee for discussion and recommendations to the Council;and performs other duties usually inherent in such an office.
Serves in the absence of the Chair and performs other duties as the Chair, or the Council, shall direct. Administers the election of membersand serves as Chair of the Public Relations Committee.
Distributes agenda of each regular Council meeting. Prepares and distributes minutes of the prior meeting. Schedules rooms for regular meetings. Keeps all records of the Council, except those of the Corresponding Secretary and the Treasurer, and shall perform such other duties as the Chairperson shall direct.
Prepares and transmits all Council correspondence, and shall perform other duties as the Chairperson shall direct. Authors articles on Council activities and obtains publication. Controls Council website content.
Receives and is accountable for all funds belonging to the Council; maintains bank accounts in depositories designated by the Executive Committee; provides annual financial reports; and pays all obligations as deemed necessary and with Council prior approval.
Governance and Legislative Affairs
Monitors activities of county, state, and others regarding proposed and enacted ordinances and laws affecting the unincorporated area.
Monitors activities related to fire services, septic systems, and private wells (may attend meetings) of county and others.
School District Affairs
Monitors activities (may attend meetings) of school board and others.
Monitors activities (may attend meetings) of King County human and social service departments and private organizations.
Attends Cedar River Council meetings.
Consists of the five Officers and the past Chairperson, if he or she is still a member of the Council. Manages the affairs of the corporation. It meets quarterly or as needed. (All Council members are free to attend.) It reviews all active business of the Council and sets the agenda for the upcoming regular meeting of the council. When deemed necessary, it can take emergency action. Three members constitute a quorum for the transaction of official business.
Chair: Rhys Sterling
Vice Chair: Lorraine Blacklock
Members: Stephen Deutschman, Linda Harer, Steve Hiester, and Warren Iverson
Conduct outreach efforts within the community. Manage Council web site presence. Prepare and execute bi-annual Area Council Elections and Citizens' Advisory Survey.
Chair: Rhys Sterling
Vice-Chair: Stephen Deutschman
Members: Lorraine Blacklock, Steve Hiester, and Adam Sterling
Review current by-laws and in conjunction with the entire Area Council, identify any item/issue needing update, or change, and drafting proposed language. Review and revise voting precincts that define Council Districts every four years.
Current bylaws hereTrain Show
Chair: Steve Hiester Vice-Chair: John Huson (community resident)
Members: Stephen Deutschman, Susan Harvey, and Warren Iverson
Define Council support requirements and recruits and implements activities necessary to conduct train show.
Growth Management [Est. 2/06]
Transportation [Est. 11/06]
Environment [Est. 3/08]
Economic [Est. 4/15]