BIPOC Work Group Meeting

A quorum of the Management Committee

Special Meeting
June 15, 2021 | 4:00 p.m.


NOTICE: Governor Walz has declared a peacetime emergency (Emergency Executive Order 20-01) in response to COVID-19 and the Metropolitan Council Chair has determined it is not practical or prudent to conduct an in-person meetings for reasons stated in the Governor’s Emergency Executive Order. Accordingly, committee members will participate in this meeting via telephone or other electronic means and the meeting will be conducted under Minnesota Statutes section 13D.021 at the date and time stated above. We encourage you to monitor the meeting remotely. If you have comments, we encourage members of the public to email us at public.info@metc.state.mn.us. We will respond to your comments in a timely manner.

Agenda

The BIPOC discussion group constitutes a quorum of the Community Development Committee and the Management Committee, and therefore is publicly noticed as a special meeting of both committees. 
 

AGENDA

I.

CALL TO ORDER

II.

REVIEW OF AGENDA

III.

REVIEW OF MINUTES

June 1, 2021 minutes of the special meeting of the BIPOC Discussion Group (a special meeting of the Management Committee and Community Development Committee)

IV.

BUSINESS

  1. None

V.

INFORMATION

  1. Discussion with Dr. Samuel Myers, Dr. Bruce Corrie, and Mr. Brett Buckner about strategies to reduce racial disparities in the region

VI.

ADJOURNMENT

 
JT            Joint business item; presented at two or more committees prior to being presented at Council
SW          Action taken by Committee and Council the same week
*               Additional materials included for items on published agenda
**             Additional business item added following publication of agenda
***            Backup materials available at the meeting
 
Webex Meeting Link for members of the public: https://metrocouncil.webex.com/metrocouncil/onstage/g.php?MTID=e3ab8f0660c4a31b7c7ed7204737a0344
 
 

Committee information

BIPOC Work Group

Committee contact:
Hannah Pallmeyer, Community Relations Specialist
Hannah.pallmeyer@metc.state.mn.us
651-602-1395