The committee is established to serve as a clearinghouse for all ideas, policies and legislation pertaining to three main areas: (i) social injustices; (ii) law enforcement; and (iii) economic development (which encompasses employment, education and infrastructure issues). The goal of the committee is to further equal access and opportunity for all citizens of Jacksonville and to strive to establish programs and policies which serve to eradicate systemic bias as well as honor the unfulfilled promises of consolidation. The committee should engage in active listening of those adversely affected by the decisions of the past which has created historic inadequacies as well as to address current issues which further disparate outcomes. Through an open and frank dialogue of the issues affecting the City, it is my hope that the committee can leverage the momentum spurred by current events and work with community representatives, stakeholders, and community organizations in the process to address present and past inequities by providing equal access and opportunity for the citizens of Jacksonville.
The committee may conduct research and collect and analyze date; it will act as a coordinated group to advise for programs, activities and legislative action which may improve the social inequalities within the City. The committee may also propose policy recommendations for consideration by the Council and the Mayor and executive branch agencies. I am directing the committee to complement any proposals with definitive, practical action plans. The committee may seek advice from public and private subject matter experts and will encourage maximum public participation in its work. It should consider recent work and recommendations of the Charter Revision Commission and community groups, non-profits and those with firsthand knowledge and “boots on the ground” all of which have already established valuable work on the topics of the committee.
Matt Carlucci - Co-Chair
Brenda Priestly Jackson - Co-Chair
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||ORD-MC Amend Sec 106.109 (Capital Improvemnt Funding), Pt 1 (General Provisions), Chapt 106 (Budget & Accounting Code), Ord Code, to Estab a Target of Least 33% of the Capital Improvemnt Plan Budget, as Defined in 122.602(c), be Allocated for Capital Improvemnts in the Pre-Consolidation City Boundary; Providing for Pre-Consolidation City Boundary Map. (Sidman) (Introduced by CM Carlucci) 7/28/20
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