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Benton County Talks Trash Workgroup - RECURRING - Do Not Delete - BoC Account - Shared screen with speaker view
Pam Vaughan, City of Corvallis
51:01
I think what is important is the relative time lines, not a specific end date.
Ken Eklund
01:01:39
Agree with Pam. You can certainly determine the direction of things as an indicator of where you're headed. Some directions clearly have a shorter end date than others
Debbie Palmer
03:01:53
Daniel or someone, there is someone in the waiting room to join the meeting - could you please let him in?
Greg Storms
03:23:12
Are any other of the Zoom participants having difficulty understanding some of the audio?
Debbie Palmer
03:24:08
yes!
WG, Liz Irish, Benton County Planning Commission
03:24:36
Not today. But the first meeting it took me some time to adjust. I found it was easier in this meeting. The background noise of people moving and some speakers are not speaking loud enough.
Greg Storms
03:47:24
Headphones solved problem.
Debbie Palmer
03:51:20
good suggestion, thanks Greg! it does solve the hearing problem
Ken Eklund
03:58:30
I think a Sustainable Materials Management Plan would get a big boost if there is a platform of community values already established when it began. The workgroup is able to do that. Otherwise the consultant has to essentially form and run its own workgroup.
Debbie Palmer
04:13:40
And how can the public participate in this tour?
Debbie Palmer
04:14:43
Landfill tour, that is
Ken Eklund
04:14:58
Yes, what is the plan for the public to participate in this landfill tour?
Ken Eklund
04:15:22
I for one would like to go on the tour