Chapter 2.67AD HOC COMMITTEES

Sections:

2.67.010
Appointment.
2.67.020
Work Plan.
2.67.030
Membership.
2.67.040
Compensation.
2.67.050
Termination.
2.67.060
Reporting.
2.67.010Appointment.

The City Council may appoint Ad hoc committees for any proper City Council purpose, subject to such direction and control as the council may provide. Council action under this section may be taken by motion. Ad hoc committees are advisory bodies to the City Council and cannot take final action within the meaning of RCW 42.30.020(3). (Ord. 594 § 8 (part), 2014.)

2.67.020Work Plan.

Upon creation of an Ad hoc Committee, the City Council shall adopt a work plan for the Committee which shall identify the purpose of the committee, duties, a general timeline including end date and reporting requirements specific to the Committee. (Ord. 594 § 8 (part), 2014.)

2.67.030Membership.

Members shall be appointed to accomplish the goals and objectives of the Ad hoc Committee as identified in the work plan. Membership shall be sufficient in number, experience, expertise and interest to effectively complete the work plan. (Ord. 594 § 8 (part), 2014.)

2.67.040Compensation.

Members of Ad hoc Committee shall serve without compensation. (Ord. 594 § 8 (part), 2014.)

2.67.050Termination.

The term of the Ad hoc Committee is as specified in the Work Plan for the Committee. When an Ad hoc Committee is unable to accomplish the work plan in the term specified, the Committee must so inform the City Council. The City Council may allow the Committee to terminate as scheduled without completion of the work, amend the work plan as desired to accomplish the purposes intended or extend the term of the existing work plan to a specific date. (Ord. 594 § 8 (part), 2014.)

2.67.060Reporting.

In addition to any reporting required in the work plan for an Ad hoc Committee, each Committee shall be required to, upon completion of the work plan, provide a final report to the City Council as described in LMC Chapter 2.68. (Ord. 594 § 8 (part), 2014.)