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Environmental Initiative staff presented a revised Work Group charge and provided a summary of initial recommendations made by Work Group members.

Environmental Initiative staff presented a revised Work Group charge and provided a summary of initial recommendations made by Work Group members.

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  • Emily:will present our draft Work Group charge for review. Marian: will open it up for discussion and for agreement. What form should the recommendations take? (Is it a formula? Is it a process? Is it recommendation for 2014-2015 and a process?) Decisions: agreement on a charge.

Charge&initial recs21june12 Charge&initial recs21june12 Presentation Transcript

  • Parks & Trails Legacy FundingWork Group Meeting #2Marian Bender, Emily Franklin & Eric DavidMay 14, 2012
  • Work Group ChargeThe charge for Work Group members is to:Develop consensus recommendations for the allocation of the parks andtrails fund for the FY 2014-2015 Biennial Budget.The recommendations should serve as a model for future fundingallocations (for example, for the next ten years) and will also include arationale for why it was chosen. The recommendations may take the formof a process, formula or combination of these elements.The Work Group will not make recommendations for specific projects orfor other sources of funding for state and regional parks and trails.
  • Initial Recommendations • Responses were thoughtful and creative • Some recommendations were more prescriptive than others (offering specific percentages vs. a more general process) • Five themes emerged
  • 6543210 Initial Recommendations