All lead entity meetings are open to the public. Special meetings and events will also be posted on this page, as needed. The virtual meeting link can be found on the meeting agenda. To find the agenda, click on the dropdown arrow next to calendar view in the toolbar and choose grid view. Once in the grid view, click on the box to the left of the month name, in the column with a paperclip in the header. If you have any questions, please contact the Lead Entity Coordinator.
The CAC is made up of citizens and representatives of local organizations. The CAC is the policy body and scores projects and makes the final recommendations on project ranking for Salmon Recovery Funding Board, Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration and King County Cooperative Watershed Management (WRIA 10) grant funding within WRIAs 10 and 12 based on local recovery strategies.
A special Meeting of the Citizen Committee will take place November 10th at 2PM at the Tacoma Mall Plaza, (address can be found below) in the Ohanapecosh Conference Room, which is accessible from the East end of the hallway on the 3rd Floor. The Committee will discuss and make a decision whether to provide a letter of support for the PPW SWM funding request to FEMA's Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) grant. The meeting link is here: Click here to join the meeting
The Citizen Committee currently meetings virtually from
4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
First Thursday of every month (please confirm)
Second Floor Conference Room (when meeting in person) Tacoma Mall Plaza (TMP) 2702 S. 42nd St. Tacoma, WA 98409
The TAG is made up of technical experts in the field of fish biology and salmon habitat and ecology. The TAG adaptively manages the Salmon Recovery documents for the watershed and sets monitoring priorities. The TAG scores projects on their technical merits, benefits to salmon, and provides technical evaluation of projects to the CAC. TAG meetings are scheduled on an as-needed basis.
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