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Management Coordination Committee

Implementing a Regional Partnership

The Hazardous Waste Management Program is a regional partnership implemented through a multi-jurisdictional Management Coordination Committee (MCC). The MCC sets the Program’s strategic direction, implementation policies, and oversees Program operations, including development of budgets and work plans. MCC operates through the consensus of its five members representing each of the Program partner agencies. The Hazardous Waste Management Program Director works with the MCC to fulfill its obligation and mission. The MCC is enabled through the King County Board of Health (B.O.H. Code 11.04).

 


MCC Members

Susan Fife-Ferris, Chair
Seattle Public Utilities

Ryan Kellogg, Vice Chair
Public Health - Seattle & King County

Josh Baldi
King County Water and Land Resources Division

Lorraine Patterson-Harris
King County Solid Waste Division

Corina Pfeil
Kenmore Councilmember, Sound Cities Association


Meeting Schedule

MCC meetings are held 10 a.m.-noon on the third Tuesday of each month. Changes to meeting schedule will be noted in the table below.

2022 Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Meeting Date

Agenda

Minutes

Meeting Update

January 18

Agenda

Minutes

February 15

Agenda Minutes


March 15

 -- -- Meeting cancelled

April 19

Agenda

Minutes

May 17

Agenda

Minutes

 

June 21

 --

--

Meeting cancelled

July 19

Agenda

Minutes


August 16

Agenda

Minutes

September 20

Agenda

Minutes

October 18

Agenda


November 15




December 13



Rescheduled to Dec. 13, 1-3 p.m.


2021 Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Meeting Date

Agenda

Minutes

Meeting Update

January 19

Agenda

Minutes

February 16

Agenda Minutes


March 16

Meeting cancelled

April 20

Agenda

Minutes

May 24

Agenda

Minutes

Rescheduled to May 24, 3:30-4:30

June 15

Agenda

Minutes

July 20



Meeting cancelled

August 17

Agenda

Minutes

September 21

Agenda

Minutes

October 19

Agenda

Minutes

November 16



Meeting cancelled

December 21



Meeting cancelled