There are three seats available on the Main Street Management Plan Stakeholder Working Group. These seats are reserved for 1) a community member, 2) a business owner within the project area and 3) a resident of the surrounding Main Street project area. Applicants selected for membership on the Stakeholder Working Group are asked to attend all Stakeholder Working Group meetings, review background materials between meetings, engage with the public, and keep constituents up to date.

Please answer the following questions and be as specific and complete as possible. Please submit this form by March 5, 2019.

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* 1. Name:

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* 2. Address:

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* 3. Email:

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* 4. Primary Phone:

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* 5. Why are you interested in participation on the Stakeholder Working Group?

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* 6. What leadership skills will you bring to the Stakeholder Working Group?

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* 7. What (if any) challenges will you need to overcome to effectively serve on the Stakeholder Working Group?

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* 8. Please describe any constituents/community members you represent, how you communicate with them, and how (if at all) you make decisions and/or recommendations to them.

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* 9. Are your constituents focused in a specific location in and/or out of the basin? If yes, please describe this further. If you community is interest-based and not geographically-based, please describe the characteristics that define your community.

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* 10. Do you consider yourself and/or, are you considered by others as a spokesperson for your constituents/communities’ interests?

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* 11. Please describe any similar Tahoe Basin-related groups or individuals you are aware of and how you interact with them.

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* 12. The Main Street Management Plan will have a variety of public activities in addition to the Stakeholder Working Group meetings. These activities include public workshops and meetings, technical working group meetings, informational sessions, etc. Stakeholder Working Group members will be expected to attend some of these events to represent the collaborative process and to act as an information source to the public and any constituents. Are you willing to periodically attend such events?

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* 13. The Stakeholder Working Group will likely hold five meetings over the next calendar year. Additionally, Stakeholder Working Group members are expected to review background materials between meetings and work with their communities and constituents to discuss their interests and feedback on specific topics. Can you dedicate at least 10-15 hours per month to your participation on the Stakeholder Working Group and other related activities?

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