Community Advisory Panel

Purpose

Public Involvement/Participation 

"Permittees shall implement a public involvement/participation program. Elements of the program may include participation opportunities such as; local stormwater management work groups, public notices of MS4 related meetings and public hearings, recruiting education volunteers, a citizens’ stormwater advisory council, volunteer stream monitoring programs, storm drain marking, riparian plantings or stream clean-up events, and involvement of the public with program coordination, detection of illicit discharges and monitoring efforts. The program must include a mechanism for citizen reporting of illegal spillage, dumping, or otherwise illicit disposal of materials into the MS4 system."

21-113. Appeals of Fees

"Any person, who disagrees with the calculation of the stormwater user fee, as provided in this ordinance, may appeal such fee determination to the Community Advisory Panel within sixty (60) days after receipt of stormwater bill is due. Any appeal not filed within the time permitted by this section shall be deemed waived."

The Community Advisory Panel was implemented in February 2017 and incorporated with the Goodlettsville Hearing Authority in March 2017. The intent and purpose of this collaboration is to meet the requirements of compliance set forth in both the MS4 permit and the stormwater utility ordinance. The meeting schedule below is open to the public as well as other city/county counterparts.


Meetings

  • Meets the third Thursday of each month
  • 9:00 a.m.
  • Goodlettsville Public Works, 215 Cartwright Street

Members

  • Guinn Nolan
  • Beverly Goodwin
  • Rose Baker
  • Johnny Childers
  • Paul Davis
  • Mike Bertotti
  • Greg Edrington
  • Andy Garrett
  • Warren Garrett

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to meetings. 

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Minutes are available following approval.

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