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michael grayum public process recommendation for 2011 settlement agreement

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Council Member Michael Grayum's Public Process Recommendations for the 2011 Settlement Agreement; Cal Portland's Mine Expansion Efforts in DuPont, Washington.

Council Member Michael Grayum's Public Process Recommendations for the 2011 Settlement Agreement; Cal Portland's Mine Expansion Efforts in DuPont, Washington.

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  • 1. Public  Process  Recommendation     Councilmember  Michael  Grayum    Key  Principles:     • Collaborative   • Constructive   • Transparent   • Proactive   • Clearly  communication     • Broadly  publicized      Key  Components:     • Opportunities  for  the  Council  to  ask  questions  of  the  administration  and  other   settlement  participants.       • Opportunities  for  the  community  members  to  ask  questions  of  the   administration  and  Council.       • Review  of  proposed  agreement  requested  from  the  following  state  agencies:   Department  of  Health  (Water  Quality  Division),  Department  of  Natural   Resources  (Geology  Division),  and  Department  of  Archeology  and  Historic   Preservation,  as  well  as  JBLM  and  the  Nisqually  Tribe.  Feedback  and  discussion   with  Council  about  their  assessment  and  briefing  to  Council  about  the  role  each   of  them  has  in  implementing  the  plan.     • 60-­‐day  comment  period,  beginning  July  12  (as  requested  by  residents)     • Site  visits  with  settlement  partners  for  Council  and  available  to  the  public.       • Assessment  and  recommendation  of  code  changes  necessary  to  create  or  modify   if  the  settlement  agreement  is  agreed  upon;  followed  by  clear  process  and   timeline  to  make  code  changes  that  involves  the  appropriate  city  agencies  and   public  participation.     • Assessment  and  recommendation  of  any  budget  and  staffing  impacts  necessary   if  the  settlement  agreement  is  agreed  upon.