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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: CITY-COUNTY TASK FORCE ON CLIMATE AND ECONOMIC EQUITY Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/2/2021 2:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Virtual
Waste and Sustainable Consumption Work Group
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   1. Introductions (15 minutes)     Not available Not available
   2. Review Agenda (5 minutes) Clarify key goals and outputs desired for this meeting     Not available Not available
   3. Clarify scope and timetable for the SC&W Work Group over the next 12 months, per the Project Charter for a Milwaukee Climate & Equity Plan approved by the CCTFCEE. (10 minutes) • Recommendations for innovative “big idea(s)” for addressing waste and sustainable consumption as part of Milwaukee’s Climate & Equity Plan. • Milestones for work groups and C&E plan adoption, per Project Charter: o Jan 2021 – Work group memberships finalized and begin work o March 2021 – Produce “menu” of financing strategies o May 2021 – Prioritize financing ideas and coalesce around one big idea o Aug -Oct 2021 – Prioritize and refine financing proposals o Dec 2021 – Bring Climate & Equity Plan framework to City Council and County Board for adoption o May 2022 – Government agencies request funding for proposed programs o July 2022 – Plan drafted o Sept 2022 – Plan adopted o Nov 2022 – Plan elements funded as part of City and County Budgets o Jan 2023 and following – Programs and policies implemented     Not available Not available
   4. Develop mini project management plan and timetable for SC&W Work Group (30 minutes) • Gain understanding of work to be completed • Recruit additional members to workgroup, with an eye to o Ensuring relevant expertise and representation on the work group o Diversifying the membership and stakeholder views represented on the work group • Identify other key experts and stakeholders to be consulted as work progresses • Brainstorm potentially viable “big ideas”, reduce to short list of ideas deemed worthy of further assessment • Devise and agree framework for assessing the feasibility and value of short-listed “big ideas” • Assess short-listed “big ideas” o Research o Data gathering o Analysis o Documentation o Outreach to stakeholders • Allocation of work group budget ($5,000 available if large scale new revenue is pursued) • Refinement of short-listed big ideas to recommend 1 or 2 to be included in Milwaukee Climate & Equity Plan     Not available Not available
   5. Affirm commitment to continue as work group members (15 minutes) • Clarify duties and expectations of work group members • Discuss option of dividing meetings between two sub groups – one focused on organic wastes and the other looking at other circular economy solutions • Discuss other ways to be involved in the work group (e.g., as expert or stakeholder consultant; liaison to key city or county entities or other stakeholder groups)     Not available Not available
   6. Initial brainstorming of potential “big ideas” for Sustainable Consumption & Waste (15 minutes)     Not available Not available
     In the event that Common Council members who are not members of this committee attend this meeting, this meeting may also simultaneously constitute a meeting of the Common Council or any of the following committees: Community and Economic Development, Finance and Personnel, Judiciary and Legislation, Licenses, Public Safety and Health, Public Works, Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development, and/or Steering and Rules. Whether a simultaneous meeting is occurring depends on whether the presence of one or more of the Common Council member results in a quorum of the Common Council or any of the above committees, and, if there is a quorum of another committee, whether any agenda items listed above involve matters within that committee’s realm of authority. In the event that a simultaneous meeting is occurring, no action other than information gathering will be taken at the simultaneous meeting.     Not available Not available
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