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Council Committees

Ordinance Review Committee

The Ordinance Review Committee exists to discuss and review potential and proposed changes to the City Code in detail. Ordinance Review is responsible for vetting and reviewing drafted changes and new ordinances before the changes are sent to City Council for consideration and possible adoption.
Chair: Tom Caulfield Committee Members: Christine Gallagher and Marty McMillan

Personnel Committee
The Personnel Committee exists to oversee the performance of the City Manager, Finance Director/Treasurer, and City Attorney who all positions serve at the pleasure of the Council. The Committee works with the employees listed above to set goals for the year and summarize achievements completed for the previous year. The Personnel Committee also addresses personnel concerns as necessary.
Chair: Christine Gallagher Committee Members: Michele Hodges and Brian Brenner

Public Safety Committee
The Public Safety Committee exists to support the Public Safety Department which includes fire, police and EMT. The Committee meets with the Public Safety Director and Deputy Director to discuss ideas and solutions to the unique situations, events, and issues Public Safety officers face.
Chair: Councilmember Marty McMillan Committee Members: Vikas Relan and Max Wiener

Infrastructure and Maintenance Committee
The Public Services Committee exists to support the Public Works department. The Committee meets with the Public Works Supervisor and City Manager to discuss ideas and solutions to challenges the Department faces related to services provided, future projects, and project funding.
Chair: Max Wiener Committee Members: Brian Brenner and Tom Caulfield 
Click Here for January - Meeting Minutes

Community Engagement Committee
The Communications Committee exists to encourage clear, thoughtful, and open City communications. The Communications Committee focuses on implementing best practices and discussing improvements that can be made to the City’s overall communication strategy. To expand its ability to advance transparency, and to strengthen the connection between the city and residents. Entertain important matters that arise around border points, ensuring GPP is welcoming and inclusive, issues impacting senior citizens, and others.
Chair: Brian Brenner
Committee Members: Vikas Relan and Michele Hodges 
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