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Hello HCCC partners,
Integrating Organizations (LIOs) are being asked to review the draft
strategies for the 2022 Puget Sound Action Agenda (to be released soon) to provide
locally-specific input about the relative importance of each strategy in
our area. This information will inform Action Agenda development and
is in the process of re-structuring our committees that would typically
engage on a topic like this. In the interim, we are forming a temporary
technical workgroup of partners across various areas of expertise. As the Hood Canal LIO, we
are looking to our partners who participate on HCCC programs' advisory
groups and workgroups to support these efforts, as your personal
expertise and knowledge of HCCC programs will be very helpful.
What is the task at hand?
this time, the commitment is quite small. We
will ask you to review the Puget Sound Partnership's draft list of
Action Agenda strategies. HCCC staff will provide initial input on the
strategies in order to expedite this process. The interim technical
committee will meet ONCE (over Zoom) to share and discuss feedback.
is also using this opportunity to inform updates to our Hood Canal Integrated
Watershed Plan strategies. We may ask for further engagement from you as
we continue that work. We will also be forming our permanent committee
structure soon, and will look to you first for your continued
participation if you are so inclined.
Are you interested?
Please respond to the Doodle Poll linked here by COB Wed May 12
to schedule our meeting in June. I will be sharing more information and materials soon for those who participate.
Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to this opportunity to work with you!
(Apologies if you received this more than once!)