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2022-044 - Res. Amending Res. 53-14 Transportation Improvement Program Citizen Advisory Panel MASON COUNTY RESOLUTION NO. 02 -DA-4 AMENDING RESOLUTION 53-14 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM—CITIZEN ADVISORY PANEL(TIP-CAP) A Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners (Board)of Mason County, State of Washington, setting forth the mission,goals, scope and membership for the Transportation Improvement Program -Citizens Advisory Panel (TIP-CAP). WHEREAS, a public hearing to adopt the 6-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)is required in accordance with RCW 36.81.121 and WAC 136.16.010; and WHEREAS,the Board recognizes the need and added value associated with public involvement during the preparation of the 6-Year Transportation Improvement Program; and WHEREAS,the Board established a citizen advisory panel by Resolution No. 93-99 to assist in the preparation of the 6-Year TIP; and WHEREAS,the Board amended Resolution No. 93-99 with Resolution No. 35-10 to better clarify the mission and goals of TIP-CAP; and WHEREAS,the Board further refined and clarified the membership, mission,goals and charge of TIP- CAP with Resolution 53-14; and, WHEREAS,the Board would like to revise the membership terms in order to stagger appointment expirations, revise membership. BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Mason County,State of Washington, as follows: SECTION I: MISSION The mission of TIP-CAP is to represent citizen transportation interests throughout Mason County for all modes of travel during the development of the 6-Year TIP. SECTION II:GOALS The goal of TIP-CAP is to make transportation improvement investment recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners in an advisory capacity that strives to balance community priorities, county future land- use planning, safety and financial constraints. SECTION III: SCOPE TIP-CAPS scope of work includes: A. Gather input from others on potential transportation projects and needs. B. Align projects and needs with the County Comprehensive Plan. C. Develop, at a minimum, a bi-annual list for inclusion in the Priority Array. D. Review all projects, at a minimum, on a bi-annual basis and make recommendations to be presented to the Board of County Commissioners. E. Provide testimony during the public hearing process adopting the Annual and 6-Year TIP. SECTION IV: MEMBERSHIP Membership shall be comprised of nine voting positions. The Board of County Commissioners will strive to seek balanced representation on the advisory panel when appointing new members and consider the following: Three (3) from Commissioner District 1 ■ Two (2) representing the rural area, and ■ One (1) representing either the Belfair or Allyn Urban Growth Areas(UGAs) Three (3)from Commissioner District 2 ■ Two (2) representing the rural area, and ■ One (1) representing either the Hoodsport or Union Rural Activity Centers(RACs) Three (3)from Commissioner District 3 ■ Two (2) representing the rural area, and ■ One (1) representing either the incorporated City of Shelton or Shelton Urban Growth Area (UGA) A. Selection of Members:All members shall be appointed by the Mason County Board of Commissioners. B. Terms of Membership: Committee membership shall serve three years terms. Membership terms shall be staggered so that as near as one-third of the advisory memberships shall expire each year; this may require randomly selected members to serve for only two (2)years so that appointments expiring in a given year balance. Designation of terms shall be determined randomly or by years of successive terms. C. There shall be no limit to the number of terms a member may be appointed. SECTION V: MEETINGS Meetings will be held three to six times per year generally from January through June, and October. Meetings will be supported by Mason County Public Works staff. Dated this '-1 day of 2022. ATTEST: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MASON COUNTY,WASHINGTON McKenzie Sm' h, Clerk of the Board Kevin Shutty,Ch r APPROVED AS TO FORM: Sharon Trask, Vice Chair Tim Whitehead, Ch. D.P.A. e Randy N4atherlin, Commissioner