City Council Meeting - FINAL

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Meeting Date: 02/02/2021  
From: Stacy Fobar, Deputy City Clerk

Consideration of Appointments:  Commission on Inclusion and Adaptive Living
Make three appointments to terms expiring March 2022.
Make three appointments to terms expiring March 2023.
Executive Summary:
The Commission on Inclusion and Adaptive Living consists of seven citizens serving three-year terms. The commission's goals are to expand educational opportunities; improve access to housing, buildings, and transportation; have greater participation in recreational, social, and cultural activities; encourage greater opportunity for employment; and expand and strengthen rehabilitative programs and facilities. There are currently seven seats available, however we are asking Council to seat six seats at this time due to limited applications. Staff is asking Russell Randall to continue to serve until his seat can be filled when additional applications are received. The commission has had to cancel several meetings due to lack of quorum. It is important to fill vacancies on Boards and Commissions quickly so as to allow the Commission to continue meeting on a regular basis.

There are six applications on file for consideration by the Council, they are as follows:
  • Monica Attridge (current commissioner)
  • Alexander Davenport (new applicant)
  • James Hasapis (new applicant)
  • James Martinez (current commissioner)
  • Sakenya McDonald (new applicant)
  • Andrea Thomas (new applicant)
In an effort to reduce exposure to personal information the applicant roster and applications will be submitted to the City Council separately.
COUNCIL APPOINTMENT ASSIGNMENTS: Mayor Deasy, Councilmember Salas, Councilmember McCarthy, Vice Mayor Daggett, Councilmember Aslan, and Councilmember Shimoni
Financial Impact:
These are voluntary positions and there is no budgetary impact to the City of Flagstaff.
Policy Impact:
Connection to PBB Key Community Priorities/Objectives & Regional Plan:
Inclusive and Engaged Community
  • Foster community pride & civic engagement by increasing opportunities for public involvement, in line with best practices & legal requirements
  • Enhance community involvement, education & regional partnerships to strengthen the level of public trust
Has There Been Previous Council Decision on This:
Options and Alternatives:
1) Appoint six Commissioners: by appointing six members at this time, the Commission on Inclusion and Adaptive Living will have six current members which will allow the group to more easily reach quorum and continue meeting to provide recommendations to the City Council.

2) Table the action to allow for further discussion or expand the list of candidates.
Community Benefits and Considerations:
The City's boards, commissions, and committees were created to foster public participation and input and to encourage Flagstaff citizens to take an active role in city government.
Community Involvement:
INFORM: Board members and City staff have informed the community of these vacancies through word of mouth in addition to the posting on the City's website.
Commission on Inclusion and Adaptive Living Authority


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