[Chtechcomm] Mayor's Resolution to End Tech Committee & HWCC

Evelyn Daniel daniel at ils.unc.edu
Thu Apr 6 16:44:28 EDT 2006


Wow -- this is surprising news!

Did Gregg know about this?  Did any of our members?

I thought Technology was a standing committee.  We are listed on the 
application as one of the town's advisory boards and commissions.

What does Mark Kleinschmidt say?

Evelyn

--On Thursday, April 06, 2006 9:21 AM -0700 chtechboard at willraymond.org 
wrote:

> It appears our services are no longer required.  This was attached to the
> April 10th meeting agenda.
>
> Take care,
>
> Will
>
> AGENDA #13a(2)
>
> MEMORANDUM
>
> TO:	Town Council
>
> FROM: 	Kevin Foy, Mayor
>
> SUBJECT:	Conclusion of Service:  Horace Williams Citizens Committee and
> Technology Committee
>
> DATE:	April 10, 2006
>
>
> The Horace Williams Citizens Committee was established in October 2002 to
> assist the Council in preparing for deliberations with the University of
> North Carolina regarding the development of the Horace Williams property.”
>
> The Technology Committee was formed in 1998 and charged with advising the
> Council on the formation of a technology plan, including the formation of
> a town-wide network.
>
> Both Committees have benefited from the work of dozens of citizens,
> council members, and town staff, and have put countless hours into their
> work.  The Horace Williams Citizens Committee Report and the recent
> presentation on Wireless Internet from the Technology Committee are
> evidence of the time and effort involved.
>
> Having completed their missions, I petition the Council that we thank all
> existing and former committee members for their dedication and public
> service, and that we now conclude the service of the Technology and Horace
> Williams Citizens Committees, effective June 30, 2006.
>
> Adoption of the attached resolutions would extend the Council’s
> appreciation to these two committees and conclude their services effective
> June 30, 2006.
>
> A RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE HORACE WILLIAMS CITIZENS
> COMMITTEE TO THE TOWN OF CHAPEL HILL (2006-04-10/R-10)
>
> WHEREAS, the Council established the Horace Williams Citizens Committee on
> October 7, 2002 to develop a set of principles, including community
> interests and goals and objectives to guide the Town Council’s
> deliberations with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
> regarding the development of the Horace Williams property (Carolina
> North); and
>
> WHEREAS, the Horace Williams Citizens Committee Report is an excellent and
> comprehensive resource for use by the Council in its discussions with the
> University; and the quality of the report is reflective of the hundreds of
> hours of work by dedicated citizens;
>
> NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Town of Chapel Hill
> that the Council extends its appreciation to the following citizens who
> have served on the Horace Williams Citizens Committee: John Ager, Alex
> Ashton, John Boyer, Henry W. Branson, III, Joyce Brown, Orange County
> Commissioner Margaret Brown, Albert Burk, Joe Capowski, James Coley,
> Michael Collins, Linda Convissor, Lawrence Daquioag, Barbara Driscoll,
> Council Member Laurin Easthom, Council Member Cam Hill, Rudy Juliano,
> Randy Kabrick, Kathleen Kearns, Council Member Mark Kleinschmidt, Julie
> McClintock, Patrick McDonough, Margaret L. Morse, Ed Neely, David Otto,
> Gene Pease, Blair Pollock, Will Raymond, Ruby Sinreich, Del Snow, Mayor
> Pro tem Bill Strom, and Diane VandenBroek.
>
> BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the service of the Horace Williams Citizens
> Committee is concluded effective June 30, 2006.
>
> This the 10th day of April, 2006.
>
> A RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE TO
> THE TOWN OF CHAPEL HILL (2006-04-10/R-11)
>
> WHEREAS, the Town Council established the Technology Committee on April 6,
> 1998 to assist Town staff in considering areas of communication and
> technology needs identified in an April 1997 report; and
>
> WHEREAS, the Technology Committee advised the Town Council and staff in
> technology related matters in the successful formation of a town-wide
> network; and
>
> WHEREAS, the Technology Committee assisted the Council in identifying
> staffing and budgetary needs necessary to develop the Information
> Technology Department;
>
> NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Town of Chapel Hill
> that the Council extends its appreciation to the following citizens who
> have served on the Technology Committee: Ralph Beisner, Terri Buckner,
> Aris Buinevicius, Peter Calingaert, Jeremy Collins, Evelyn Daniel, Joel
> Dunn, Gregg Gerdau, Dr. William E. GrovesFrank Holt, Martha Hoylman, Steve
> Irving, Karim Kheireddine, Andrew Lee, David Lewis, Jenna McPhee, Douglas
> W. Noell, Uzoma Nwasu, John Oberlin, Brandon Perkins, Allan Polak, Joe
> Ragland, Will Raymond, Roscoe E. Reeve, Penny Rich, Alan Rimer, Brian
> Russell, Donald Shaw, Tim Stephens, Tamea Stewart and the late Richard
> Taylor.
>
> BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the service of the Technology Committee is
> concluded effective June 30, 2006.
>
> This the 10th day of April, 2006.
>
>
>
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