Visitor Industry Task Force taking public comment this Saturday, Feb. 1
The Visitor Industry Task Force, an advisory committee to the Juneau Assembly, will be taking public testimony this Saturday, February 1, at 10 a.m. in City Hall Assembly Chambers. Individuals will be given 3 minutes to speak and are encouraged to submit written comments ahead of time to email@example.com or at the meeting. For guidance, look at the purpose of the committee and some of the questions it’s tasked with answering. A regular Visitor Industry Task Force meeting will follow public testimony.
Outside of designated public comment meetings, the public is welcome to submit comments to the task force any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. All correspondences go to task force members and are also posted to the public comments section of the Visitor Industry Task Force webpage. The webpage lists past and future meetings, documents and presentations provided to the task force, and its charging document.
The task force was established by Mayor Beth Weldon on October 14. Its goal is to provide advice to the Assembly and to advance community thinking on a range of visitor industry topics, including management of the visitor industry, CBJ’s Long Range Waterfront Plan, the idea of restricting visitor numbers, and collecting public input. Members are Assembly member Carole Triem (Chair), Assembly member Wade Bryson, Craig Dahl (Vice-Chair), Paula Terrel, Bobbie Meszaros, Holly Johnson, Alida Bus, Kirby Day, Meilani Schijvens, and Dan Blanchard.
For more information, contact the City Clerk’s Office at 586-5278 or email@example.com.