Coordinating Committee

Coordinating Committee

Coordinating Committee

On November 14, 2018, the CMAP Board approved changes to CMAP's committee structure to facilitate a swift transition from development and adoption of ON TO 2050 to action, thus assuring implementation of the plan.  The result is the establishment of a singular Coordinating Committee that will allow members to consider development of interconnected policy, programming, and planning projects.

CMAP's Coordinating (formerly known as Planning and Programming) Committee is made up of representatives from the Board and the five working committees. The Coordinating Committee reports to the Board, and is responsible for both local implementation and regional policy challenges. In 2019, the Committee will meet five times on the second Wednesday at 8:00 a.m. prior to the CMAP Board's meeting:

  • February 13
  • April 10
  • June 12
  • September 11
  • November 13

See current and archived meetings materials.

 

Members

CMAP Board Representatives

Chair: Frank Beal, Senior Executive, Civic Consulting Alliance

Matthew Brolley, President, Village of Montgomery

Farzin Parang, former deputy chief of staff for economic development, City of Chicago

Richard Reinbold, President, Village of Richton Park

Terry Weppler, President, Village of Libertyville

Diane Williams, Trustee, Flossmoor

 

 

CMAP Working Committees Representatives

Jason Keller, Economic Development Director for Illinois, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Economic Development Committee

Sean Wiedel, Assistant Commissioner, Chicago Department of Transportation, Environment and Natural Resources Committee

Mark VanKerkhoff, AIA, Director, Kane County Development & Community Services Department, Housing and Land Use Committee

Sheri Cohen, Senior Health Planning Analyst, Chicago Department of Public Health, Human and Community Development Committee

Rocco Zucchero, Deputy Chief of Engineering for Planning, Illinois State Toll Highway Authority, Transportation Committee

 

 

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