In June 2010, the Land Conservation and Development Commission directed the Department of Land Conservation and Development to begin the rulemaking process to meet the legislative requirements outlined in House Bill 2001 and Senate Bill 1059. The Land Conservation and Development Commission appointed the Target Rulemaking Advisory Committee (TRAC), whose members represent local governments and other groups that will be affected by the proposed rule. The TRAC’s charge was to assist the Department of Land Conservation and Development and the Land Conservation and Development Commission in drafting a proposed rule. The TRAC met seven times between September 2010 and March 2011.
The TRAC members were:
John VanLandingham, Committee Chair, LCDC
Gail Achterman, Oregon Transportation Commission
Ken Williamson, Environmental Quality Commission
Angus Duncan, Oregon Global Warming Commission
Carlotta Collette, Metro Council
Mark Capell, Bend City Council
Linda Modrell, Benton County Board of Commissioners
Dan Clem, Salem City Council
Al Densmore, Medford City Council
Alan Zelenka, Eugene City Council
Andrea Riner, Lane Council of Governments
Tom Schwetz, Lane Transit District
John Oberst, Mayor, City of Monmouth
Sarah Miller, Business Oregon
Kelly Clifton, Portland State University
Craig Campbell, Victory Group (for AAA)
Mary Kyle McCurdy, 1000 Friends of Oregon
Don Greene, State Citizen Involvement Advisory Committee (CIAC)
State Representative Terry Beyer, District 12, Springfield
During the TRAC meetings, the committee reviewed technical information and identified and discussed the issues to be addressed in the rule. In the course of its meeting the TRAC:
- Reviewed the statutory requirements in House Bill 2001 and Senate Bill 1059;
- Identified and discussed the issues pertaining to local scenario planning to meet the targets;
- Reviewed modeling and analysis of greenhouse gas emissions;
- Reviewed and discussed the Agencies' Technical Report;
- Reviewed and commented on the Statement of Need & Fiscal Impact and the Housing Cost Impact Statement.
TRAC’s recommendations contained in their report Recommendations on Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets
to Land Conservation and Development Commission represent a consensus of the TRAC members.
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