The Mass Transportation Committee (MTC) meets the second Wednesday of every other month at 2:30 p.m. in the Council Hearing Room, City Hall, 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, California. For more information contact staff liaison Gamaliel Anguiano at (805) 781-7121 or email email@example.com.
Purpose, Membership and Terms
The MTC assists with the ongoing program of public transit in the City and Cal Poly. As requested, the MTC provides recommendations and input to the Council regarding routes, schedules, capital projects, fares, marketing, and additional services. The MTC has seven members, consisting of one Cal Poly designated employee, one Cal Poly student representative designated by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI), one senior citizen (62 years of age or older), one person from the business community, one person with technical transportation planning experience, one disabled person, one member at-large, and one student. When possible, two alternate members selected from the general public will be appointed. The Cal Poly representatives are exempt from the residency requirements. All other members must be residents and registered voters of the City. Members are appointed to four-year terms and are eligible for re-appointment for an additional four years term. The roster of current members, date of appointment, and date of term expiration can be reviewed on the City's Local Appointments List.
How can I express my opinion on an upcoming agenda item?
All interested persons are invited to attend Advisory Body meetings to express their views verbally, or to submit written communications to the Advisory Body members (firstname.lastname@example.org) to express their opinions for or against the agenda item. Citizens are encouraged to present written comments (including emails) at least one day prior to the meeting. This provides the Council and Advisory Bodies with a greater opportunity to review and consider issues and/or concerns expressed in written communications prior to a meeting. Written comments received before, at or during a Council or Advisory Body meeting are included in the public record and posted to the City’s website.
Comments submitted less than three (3) hours before a meeting will be included in the record, but will not be distributed or posted before the meeting.
NOTE: Written comments relating to an upcoming agenda item will be distributed and posted online as Agenda Correspondence, pursuant to City Policies and Procedures.
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