Commission on Diversity Awareness

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Meeting Date: 08/17/2021  
From: Jessica Foos, Human Resources Analyst

Commission Priorities 
Review the list of priorities and discuss the next steps for each item including whether a work group should be formed and which Commission members will serve on the workgroup. 
  1. Criminal Justice conversation with Flag PD
  2. Conversation with DBA including literature to distribute
  3. Land Acknowledgment and Involvement with the Renaming on the Peaks and Snowbowl expansion plans 
  4. Civil Rights 
Executive Summary:
Informal Working Groups
Informal working groups may be created to research, gather information, and provide recommendations back to the commission on various matters. No official appointments are made to a working group by the commission. Working groups may consist of members of the public and/or less than a quorum of commission members. Unlike subcommittees, working groups are not required to have formal agendas or minutes.
All information and recommendations from the work group must be provided and presented to the commission in an open meeting for public discussion. Informal working groups do not have any powers, duties, or responsibilities of the parent commission. No actions, statements, or recommendations can be made or provided by the working group on behalf of the commission.


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