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MINORITY, WOMEN AND EVANSTON BUSINESS ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (M/W/EBE)
City of Evanston 2016 Capital Planning Projects
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PURPOSE: To Identify and assess the needs of the M/W/EBE community on a regular basis, develop a program to address the established needs of the M/W/EBE community.
# OF MEMBERS: 9 members
QUALIFICATIONS: Housing and Community Development Committee representative, an Economic Development Committee Representative, an Evanston Chamber of Commerce Representative, Four (4) members from the local business community, and two (2) citizens at large.
TERM: All appointees shall serve terms of two (2) years or until their successors are appointed and confirmed; provided, however, that initially, four (4) members shall be appointed for terms of one (1) year and five (5) members shall be appointed for terms of two (2) years. Members shall not serve more than two (2) full terms.
MEETING DATE: 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 P.M.
PLACE: Lorraine H. Morton Civic Center - Aldermanic Library, 2750
REPORTS TO: Administration and Public Works Committee
|Ald. Peter Braithwaite, Chair||N/A|
|Ald. Brian Miller||N/A|
|Jean Murphy, PhD.||6/13/2018|
|Jessica L. Oldani||10/20/2017|
|Robert Reece, Rep., Chamber of Commerce||N/A|
Tammi Nunez, Finance Division
Sharon A. Johnson, Finance Division
Janella Hardin, Finance Division
By phone and through the web
Indoor Farmers' Market
From Page to Stage with Lifeline Theatre
Special Olympics District Basketball Meet
Chicago Cubs Trophy Tour
Administration and Public Works Committee Meeting
- Water Supply Agreement with Morton Grove, Niles on January 23 City Council Agenda
- See the Cubs World Series Trophy at the Morton Civic Center January 22
- From the Mayor: Evanston Electoral Board Decisions
- Federal Court Determines Evanston Claims in James Park Case Must Go Forward
- Senior Citizen Property Tax Reduction Applications Due February 8