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2021 Committees

Committee Role D6 Staff Contact

Budget & Government Efficiency

The Budget and Government Efficiency Committee's Area of Responsibility includes the Annual Budget, financial reports, fees, performance measures and analytics, information technology, enterprise resource management, purchasing and contracting, managed competition, revenue, corporate partnerships and development, fleet services, risk management, equal opportunity contracting, prevailing wage, living wage, San Diego City Employees' Retirement System, personnel, civil service and human resources.

Agendas and Actions

Chair Allen Young

Economic Development and Intergovernmental Relations

The Economic Development and Intergovernmental Relations Committee's area of responsibility includes intergovernmental relations, interagency and bi-national agreements, international trade, foreign trade zones, educational partnerships, San Diego Regional Airport Authority, Port District, San Diego Convention Center Corporation, city-wide economic development programs and strategy, workforce development, commercial marketing district, business improvement districts, arts and culture, open data, and Civic San Diego.

Agendas and Actions

Vice Chair Luis Pallera

Rules

The Rules Committee's area of responsibility includes the charter, permanent rules of council, open government, elections and ballot measures, annexations, boards and commissions, council initiated matters, communications, customer service and public outreach.

Agendas and Actions

Member Jenna Harris

Environment

The Environment Committee's area of responsibility includes programmatic policy matters related to water, wastewater, and storm water, and parks. These encompass the Clean Water Program, water management and policy, pure water including Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), energy (solar, property assessed clean energy programs, green), multiple species conservation program, solid waste disposal, recycling, air quality standards, hazardous waste, regional parks, open space, public utilities, golf, utility undergrounding, franchise agreements, storm water management and policy, Climate Mitigation and Adaption Plan (CMAP), wastewater management and policy, independent rates oversight committee, indirect potable reuse/direct potable reuse, recycled water, graywater, San Diego County Water Authority, wildlife management, environmental services and environmental policy.

Agendas and Actions

Member Jon Shiner