Friday, October 28, 2016

Goals and Work Plan, City newsletter 10/27/16

From Connect with Pacifica weekly email newsletter/Lorie Tinfow, City Manager and Executive Staff, 10/27/16.

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Guess we know who this is.
"At its latest meeting the City Council adopted a set of seven goals and a work plan of high priority projects and initiatives for 2016-17. The goals are designed to help guide our activities. The Work Plan is also a guide in terms of communicating the Council's priorities in a transparent way. Here's a link to the Goals and Work Plan for 2016-2017.

The Work Plan is not intended to be comprehensive of all work underway by the City. Think of an “iceberg” - the projects and initiatives of highest visibility and priority to the Council are those found above the water line; the myriad other activities such as responding to 911 calls, issuing building permits, paying bills, filling potholes, hiring new staff, etc., often are not as visible and could be described as below the water line. For more on the process and this year's goal-setting results, see the my presentation from the October 24 City Council meeting."  (Lorie Tinfow, City Manager).

Related.  Additional City information found on the email, with the following links: Halloween Safety Tips,  Portola Discovery Site Hike flyer, and Recology weekly recycling begins, 1/2017. 

Reference, for more information and content: Join the email list.  Related. Click the link to see how City Hall makes greater connection with the Community. Click to find  more articles from the City Manager."  Note photographs. "Trick-or-treat" from Myrtle Beach/SC blog/Ashlee Carson,10/12/16. Young Dracula from Today I Found Out/Daven Hiskey,"How the tradition of Trick or Treating got started." 

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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