Multi-Jurisdictional Advisory Committee
- Annually (date/time TBD)
- Kenosha County Center Public Hearing Room
Bristol, WI 53104
Agendas & Minutes
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|Erin Decker (Chairperson)||Andy Buehler
||Kenosha County Planning, Development & Extension Education Committee|
||Town of Paris|
||City of Kenosha
||Village of Bristol
||Village of Pleasant Prairie
|Dennis Faber||Brad Zautcke||Village of Salem Lakes|
|George Stoner||Bill Morris||Village of Somers|
||Susan Crane||Town of Brighton
|Mark Molinaro||Bill Morris||Town of Somers|
||Town of Wheatland
||Kenosha Area Business Alliance (Business/Economic Development Interest)|
||Kenosha Area Transit
||Farming Community Representative
||Kenosha Unified School District (East Side School District)|
||Kenosha-Racine Land Trust (Environmental Interest)
||Village of Paddock Lake
||Town of Randall
|Dr. Scott Pierce
||Westosha Central High School District
||Realty Industry Representative
||Kenosha County Department of Public Works
||Building Industry Representative
||Village of Twin Lakes
The Kenosha Multi-Jurisdictional Advisory Committee (MJAC) consists of representatives from each of the local governments participating in the County's joint comprehensive plan, as well as representatives from the non-participating municipalities, the public school system, and various other interested parties. The nine governments taking part in the multi-jurisdictional planning effort include:
(The Town of Randall, the Village of Paddock Lake and the Village of Twin Lakes have adopted their own comprehensive plans, which will be incorporated into the county plan.)
The purpose of the MJAC is to oversee activities necessary to develop and implement a comprehensive plan as defined in Section 66.1001, Wis. Stats.
- Oversee the development of the plan chapters and maintain timeliness of major planning milestones.
- Assist with the implementation of the public participation plan and work program.
- Develop the nine required elements of the comprehensive plan.