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The Environmental Policy Coordinating Council (EPCC) is a citizen advisory council formed in 2004 to provide advisory services to the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners, specifically with regard to compiling and prioritizing important and strategic environmental issues the advisory boards, City, County and Towns are facing and/or addressing within the County.
Membership of the EPCC is comprised of Mecklenburg County:
Chair of the Air Quality Commission,Chair of the Waste Management Advisory Board,Chair of the Stormwater Advisory Committee,Chair of the Planning Commission,Chair of the Zoning Board of Adjustment,Chair of the Park and Recreation Commission, andChair of the Building Development Commission.
Additionally, the EPCC consists of the following members by invitation:
A representative of the Lake Norman Marine Commission,A representative of the Mt. Island Lake Marine Commission,A representative of the Lake Wylie Marine Commission,A representative of the Mecklenburg-Union Metropolitan Planning Organization,Chair of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utilities Committee,Chair of the Transit Services Advisory Committee,A representative from the City of Charlotte,A representative from the Town of Huntersville,A representative from the Town of Matthews,A representative from the Town of Cornelius,A representative from the Town of Pineville,A representative from the Town of Davidson, andA representative from the Town of Mint Hill.
Vacancies occurring in the membership of the EPCC shall be filled by the individual Boards, Commissions, Committees or Groups represented on the EPCC. The Chair is appointed by the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners for a term of three (3) years.
The EPCC holds a minimum of semi-annual meetings. Notification for meetings is posted at least ten (10) days prior to the date of scheduled meetings.
Questions or requests for information regarding the EPCC should be forwarded to Heidi Pruess, Mecklenburg County Environmental Policy Administrator.