PATH PLANNING COMMITTEE

Our Mission
The Path Planning Committee advises the Board of Directors and operations personnel on conditions of the paths and other public spaces at the Oregon Country Fair, emphasizes the importance of the public Fair-goers' experiences, identifies needs and goals of Fair family and the public, and recommends changes and additions to enhance and improve public spaces and infrastructure. The committee is charged with designating replacement space to compensate for booth areas lost to river erosion or other causes.

Our Meetings
We usually meet thirteen days after the first Monday of the month. Our meetings usually start at noon and last three hours.The committee is a conduit for the Fair family to give voice to path concerns that are conveyed to the Board and operations personnel. Anyone can make comments or recommendations during the "Public Comments" agenda item or during the discussion of other agenda items.

 

2019 CALENDAR

March 17, 2019, 12:00 - 3:00 PM, at Alice's on the OCF site
. (optional walk-about, meet at 10:30 at Alice's)

Agenda
Introductions
Announcements
Minutes, review, amend, and approve (Feb 2019)
Public comments
Agenda review, amend, approve (please add new business at this time)
Work plan review (April: begin 2020 work plan, for approval in May)
Reports:
Staff (approved capital projects, storm damage, Black Oak Park update, etc.)
Board liaison
Subcommittees (smoking, memoria, anyone else?)
Committee liaison reports (mapping/GPS, Safe Fair, CRG, LUMP)
Homework reports
Old business:
Finalize info for packets
Long term planning report
Massage therapist locations
Service Road update?
New business (please add during agenda review)
Homework review
Meeting evaluation
Confirm next meeting date (April 14, noon - 3:00 at Alice's on the OCF site. Walkabout?)
adjourn

Work Plan Draft
April: List work plan for 2019-20, prepare displays for 2019 Fair, finish ongoing projects.
May: Annual Potluck, Approve Work Plan for 2019-20 season

Links:
committee minutes
maps
projects, studies, and planning tools (includes Front of Fair studies)
the river and the path
AVENZA cell phone GPS mapping project
suspension bridge plans for Long Tom River crossing
sauna story pole installation
Dragon fire