Melbourne CAC was a formal committee to aid and support the development and execution of workable programs for community improvement (see attached by-laws).
Additionally, the City of Titusville previously utilized a CAC and I am attaching a copy of the by-laws that existed at that time.
Therefore, it appears only one community currently utilizes a CAC in the manner
contemplated in the discussions on October 27, 2009. appropriate to provide further direction on whether you implement a CAC here in Titusville
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Discussion on the Strategic Planning Process ensued including what was expected out of the session.
Motion: Vice-Mayor Eigenmann moved to extend the meeting for an additional 15 minutes. Member Secor seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
Council authorized a special workshop/session with residents and businesses in advance of the annual Strategic Planning Workshop on February 6, 2010, which would be facilitated by Marilyn Crotty of the Florida Institute of Government. Council also authorized the follow-up meeting with the City’s Executive Leadership Team for the development of the FY 2011 Strategic Plan on Saturday, February 27, 2010. Additionally, council requested additional information regarding the objectives of a CAC
and the legalities of having next council meeting.
Space Coast league of Cities Resolution on Off-shore Oil Drilling
At their November 9, 2009, meeting the Florida League of Cities voted to adopt the attached resolution opposing the removal of the moratorium for off-shore oil drilling, protecting Florida’s beaches and tourism industry through the continuation of this moratorium, and supporting the search for alternative energy sources. At the November 19-20, 2009 Florida League of Cities Legislative Conference, the league adopted the following legislative policy statement.
The Florida League of Cities would not support legislation that authorizes oil and gas exploration within Florida’s territorial waters until an unbiased study commission comprised of scientists, local governments, business interests, and other experts and interested parties has analyzed the economic and environmental impacts resulting from all new energy sources, including solar, tidal, biomass, and other alternative options, as well as oil and gas exploration within Florida’s territorial waters.