Dear Members, Project Partners, and Friends:
MAPA’s open meetings are back to taking place in-person.
June’s in-person meetings include:
- Heartland 2050 Regional Planning Advisory Committee (RPAC) – June 4
- Regional Planning Affiliation (RPA)-18 – June 9
- Finance Committee – June 16
- Council of Officials – June 16
- Transportation Technical Advisory Committee – June 18
- Board of Directors – June 24
Most of MAPA’s other committee meetings will meet virtually.
Your health and safety are priorities for us. The wearing of masks by those not vaccinated fully is encouraged. MAPA will have a limited supply of disposable masks available for board and committee members who do not supply their own.
Changes to the Metro building and the meeting rooms we use remain in effect.
The Metro lobby is open to the public but the public restrooms just off the lobby are closed.
Chairs and tables will be added to the floor in front of the dais to allow board and committee meetings to be conducted in person with social distancing being practiced.
Chairs occupied normally by staff and the public will be limited in number and separated appropriately for social distancing.
The tables and chairs will be cleaned and sanitized prior to and following board meetings. Hand sanitizer will be available as well.
The same applies to seating in the Lobby Conference Room and the Training Rooms. Hand sanitizer will be available in these meeting rooms as well.
If you have concerns about attending a MAPA board or committee meeting in person, please contact Christina Brownell as soon as possible at email@example.com or 402-444-6866, ext. 3217.
MAPA staff members are returning to working in the office gradually with in-office schedules limited to two days a week for many staff members.
Meetings and events
Please check the Calendar tab on the top of this page for event details on MAPA’s meetings.
Anyone with questions about the status of an upcoming MAPA-related meeting, training or event, should reach out directly to the staff member in charge.
We are working our way through this uncertain and anxious situation step-by-step, just as you are.
We continue to do our work behind the scenes that you entrust to us in transportation planning and community and economic development to help our communities connect, plan and thrive.
Until we can meet in person consistently, we will reach out by email, by phone or even video conference to keep you informed about the progress on our projects.
We are united with you as we navigate this uncharted territory together.
Take care and stay safe.
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