- Director Sperling
- Steve Thorlakson
- Jim Little
- Julie Ziebart
- Glynnis Maundrell
The roles of the Committee include, but are not limited to:
Regional districts in British Columbia are mandated by the Provincial Environmental Management Act to develop Solid Waste Management Plans that provide long term visions of how each regional district manages their municipal and rural solid wastes and recyclables. The Peace River Regional District’s Solid Waste Management Plan was last amended in 2016 and the Regional District is currently reviewing and updating its Plan. The purpose of the joint Public and Technical Advisory Committee (PTAC) is to provide input, feedback on the Plan review, and to provide input and recommendations to the Peace River Regional District on proposed programs and policies that would make up the updated Regional Solid Waste Management Plan.
To establish policies, procedures and management goals and objectives for the operation of the Chetwynd civic properties facilities (Chetwynd Recreation Centre, Chetwynd Leisure Centre, ancillary Tennis Courts and Ballfields).
Preparation for, response to and recovery from emergencies and disasters. Establishment and maintenance of an emergency management organization to develop, maintain and implement emergency plans and other preparedness, response and recovery measures for emergencies and disasters for the Electoral Areas within the Regional District.
The North Peace Leisure Pool Commission handles the administration of the North Peace Leisure Pool within the City of Fort St. John.
The committee is delegated the authority of the Peace River Regional District Board to administer the rural budgets identified in Schedule "A" (see Bylaw) in accordance with budgets, programs, plans, policies and guidelines adopted from time to time by the Regional Board.
The goal of the Fort St. John Pilot Project Public Advisory Group (PAG) is to provide input on the pilot project as described in the approved regulation and pilot proposal. In addition, the group will also meet the needs of the SFM certification process which includes providing input to help ensure that the participant’s forest management decisions are made as a result of informed, inclusive, and fair consultation with local people who are directly affected by or have an interest in sustainable forest management.