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File #: [23-0414]    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Appointment Status: Filed
File created: 4/20/2023 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 5/10/2023 Final action: 5/10/2023
Title: Appointments to the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Board.
Attachments: 1. Ballot, 2. Applications, 3. Master Ballot

Appointments to the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Board.

Sabrina Oliver, Director/Town Clerk
Communications and Public Affairs
Amy Harvey, Deputy Town Clerk

Brenton Hodge, Assistant Town Clerk

That the Council make appointments to the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Board for three seats.


* Recommendation

* Ballot

* Applications


TO: Mayor and Town Council

FROM: Environmental Stewardship Advisory Board

SUBJECT: Recommendation for vacancies

DATE: April 11, 2023

RECOMMENDATION: The Environmental Stewardship Advisory Board met on Tuesday, April 11, 2023 and by a unanimous 8-0 vote made the following recommendations to the Town Council for consideration:

* Marirosa Molina, Reappointment, Regional Collaboration
* Brian Sanders, Appointment, Town Resident
* Boone Williams, Appointment, Town Resident

BACKGROUND: The Board's recommendations included the following details and reasoning about each candidate:
* Marirosa Molina - Marirosa speaks truth to power, is unafraid, and consistently asks the right questions.
* Brian Sanders - Brian's 10+ years of residency in Chapel Hill and professional experience, including water, will be an asset to the board.
* Boone Williams - Boone has interesting and informed ideas about energy solutions for the cogeneration plant; Boone's real estate perspective will add diversity to the board.
While it seems that Ella Feathers will be able to continue for a second year in the UNC Student Representative seat, and although this seat is appointed by UNC Student Government, the Board wanted to recognize Ella's contributions and has asked staff to share the following with UNC Student Government: Ella provides an important viewpoint and always keeps the Board well-informed about campus matters.

Note: Communications and Public Affairs notes that Board reviewed the follo...

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