Citizens Advisory Committee
Volunteers Play a Critical Role
The Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) is a volunteer advisory group appointed by the MCWD Board of Managers. The CAC assists the Board by advising and supporting the Board of Managers. CAC members engage in the following activities:
- Consider issues relevant to the function and purposes of the MCWD.
- Examine, refine, and build on the strategy and communications for MCWD key initiatives.
- Review and advise on budget, capital improvement plans, and other projects or activities.
- Advise and assist in decision-making.
- Raise issues of public concern.
Membership and Recruitment
The CAC is made up of 14 members from across the watershed. CAC members serve two-year, staggered terms and must live within the watershed boundary. MCWD recruits CAC members each autumn. To learn more about serving as a CAC member, read the latest Position Description.
Current CAC members are listed below.
- Emily Balogh, St. Louis Park
- Marcy Bean, Excelsior
- Cara Donovan, Minneapolis
- Daniel Flo, Minneapolis
- Lisa Fowler, Minnetonka
- Robert Glisky, Minneapolis
- Laurie Goldsmith, St. Louis Park
- John Iverson, Victoria
- Suzanne Jiwani, Edina
- Drew McGovern, St. Louis Park
- Rich Nyquist, Minneapolis
- Denise Tennen, St. Louis Park
- Janet Schaefer, Long Lake
- Sheri Wallace, Mound
The Citizens Advisory Committee meets every other month but occasionally holds supplemental meetings to discuss timely initiatives. CAC meetings are typically held on Wednesday evenings at the MCWD office.
Questions about the CAC?
Samantha Maul, Acting Outreach Manager
Make a Difference in Your Community
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