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File #: [21-0239]    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Appointment Status: Filed
File created: 3/9/2021 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 3/24/2021 Final action: 3/24/2021
Title: Appointment to the Community Policing Advisory Committee.
Attachments: 1. Ballot, 2. Applications, 3. CPAC Master Ballot


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Appointment to the Community Policing Advisory Committee.
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Staff:
Department:
Sabrina Oliver, Director/Town Clerk
Communications and Public Affairs
Amy Harvey, Deputy Town Clerk

Alisha Cordell, Administrative Assistant
Technology Solutions and CaPA


Recommendation(s):
That the Council make appointment to the Community Policing Advisory Committee for one (1) seat.



Attachments:

* Recommendation

* Ballot

* Applications


Note: Applications submitted prior to February 20, 2018 were completed before changes were made to the application and may appear incomplete.



























MEMORANDUM

TO: Mayor and Town Council

FROM: Joshua Romero, Chairperson

SUBJECT: Recommendation for the vacancy(s)

DATE: March 10, 2021


RECOMMENDATION: The Community Policing Advisory Committee met on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 and by a Unanimous vote made the following recommendation(s) to the Town Council for consideration:

* Karen Lissy, Alternate should someone not accept their appointment
* Nikkima Santos, Alternate should someone not accept their appointment

SPECIAL REQUEST(s): In October, we have included 2 alternates for your consideration. Should one of our recommended applicants not be appointed or are otherwise unable or willing to join us we would like to appoint an alternate. Cynthia Watkins has not attended any of the Committee meetings since the fall appointment despite the Chair and staff liaisons attempts to connect with Ms. Watkins. The Committee request that the Council appoint either of the two applicants above.

BACKGROUND: The Community Policing Advisory Committee reviewed 15 applications during our October meeting. The Board was looking for diversity in experience and background to help fill the fall vacancies. The above recommended people meet that interest, and we are excited to recommend them to the join the Community Policing Advisory Committee.


Note: Communications and Public Affairs notes that the Community Policing Advisory...

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