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TERMS OF REFERENCE

A. Mandate
The mandate of the County Technical Advisory Committee - Roads and Bridges is to recommend in an advisory capacity to the Council of the County of Lennox and Addington with regard to the co-ordination and monitoring of construction and maintenance of the County road system and in particular:

i) Co-ordinate capital and maintenance work activity on County Roads and Bridges by the lower tier municipalities, utilities and others;

ii) Annually review and recommend the long-range construction program for roads and bridges;

iii) Develop, review and monitor the County's Minimum and Desirable Roadway Standards, policies and Road Classifications;

iv) Share and update information databases including standardizing data collection and reporting;

v) Establish work and payment scheduling for annual road and bridge capital improvements;

vi) Review any other matters pertaining to the effective and efficient delivery of services on County Roads and Bridges.


B. Membership
The County Technical Advisory Committee - Roads and Bridges will be comprised of one technical representative from each of the municipalities which form part of the County road system, the County Manager, Roads and Bridges and the County Director, Financial Services and Physical Services.


C. General
i) Meetings will be chaired by the County Manager, Roads and Bridges whose responsibility will be to prepare agendas in advance of the meeting and record and maintain a record of the proceedings.

ii) Meetings will be held quarterly or more frequently as determined by the majority of members.

iii) Recommendations of the Committee shall be filed at the next regularly scheduled meeting of County Council.

iv) A quorum will consist of greater than 50% of the Committee's membership.

 

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