Austin Travis County Food Policy Board - Dec. 12, 2022

Austin Travis County Food Policy Board Regular Meeting of the Austin Travis County Food Policy Board - Hybrid Meeting Format

December 12, 2022 ATC Food Policy Board Meeting Agenda original pdf

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REGULAR CALLED MEETING of the AUSTIN-TRAVIS COUNTY FOOD POLICY BOARD MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2022, FROM 6:00 TO 8:00 PM CITY OF AUSTIN PERMITTING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, ROOM NUMBER 2103 6310 WILHELMINA DELCO DRIVE AUSTIN, TEXAS Some members of the Austin Travis County Food Policy Board may be participating by videoconference. Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, call or email Amanda Rohlich, 512-974-3164, CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS/COMMISSIONERS: Sharon Mays, Chair Andrea Abel Lisa Barden Joi Chevalier, Vice-Chair Frances Deviney Kacey Hanson Cecilia Hogan Adrian Lipscombe Karen Magid Rosamaria Murillo Errol Schweizer AGENDA CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first 10 speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the Austin-Travis County Food Policy Board Regular Meeting on November 14, 2022. DISCUSSION ITEMS 2. 3. Review board members’ meetings with City and County officials Review prior board recommendations and discuss City and County budgets Board vacancies and appointments 4. DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Discussion and take possible action on Joint Sustainability Committee meeting Discussion and take possible action on Emergency Preparedness, Including Resilience Hubs, Lisa Barden Discussion and take possible action on Improved Food Access for People in Need, Kacey Hanson, Andrea Abel, Lisa Barden Discussion and take possible action on Business and Labor Advocacy, Sharon Mays Discussion and take possible action on Food as Public Utility/Public Food Sector, Errol Schweizer Discussion and take possible action on Expand Market Penetration of Locally and Regionally Sourced and Manufactured Foods, Errol Schweizer, Sharon Mays Review Board Member Assignments FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days (48 hours) before the meeting date. Please call Amanda Rohlich at Office of Sustainability, at …

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City of Austin and Travis County Budget Process Overview - Dec 2022 original pdf

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City of Austin and Travis County Budget Process Austin Travis County Food Policy Board (ATCFPB) Full Body Meeting December 12th, 2022 Overview of City of Austin Budget Process Proposed Budget Service Delivery Budget Development Procurement & Staffing Budget Approval Budget Process • Department proposals • Board and Commission recommendations • Audit recommendations • Items from Council (IFCs) • SD23 Budget Development — Equity first approach starting in FY 2016 Procurement Cycle Department Identified Need Solicitation Council Approval Submittal and Recommendation Process Purchase/Notice to Proceed Budget Timeline Community Input Meeting Budget readings and tax rate hearings Policy Input Forecasting and Budget Development Council Deliberation & Adoption January January February February March March April April May May June June July July August August September September October October Board and Commissions Council Town Halls Community Input Meetings City Manager’s Proposed Budget published Set max tax rate/Community Input February (start) Budget Guidelines set Budget Cycle (Feb – Sept) Budget meetings with Depts. June September (end) TCCC Budget Markup and Budget Adoption August Select Budget Hearings at TCCC March Budget Kickoff Dpts. Budget Budget requests due (internal and Submiss- external) ions Due April July Preliminary Budget published by PBO PBO review budget submissions May Travis County Budget Cycle Definitions: PBO = Travis County Planning and Budget Office TCCC = Travis County Commissioners Court Note: Visualization is a general reference. Specific dates/months for each phase may vary year-to-year. Key Dates for FY 2022 Budget Calendar Note: Dates for FY2023 budget process are still TBD by the Travis County Budget Office. General steps and process flow are typically similar year to year. The 2022 dates below are shared for reference only. 2022 Date March 31 April 2 April 12 April 12 April 26 May 27 April – June June Week of July 26 August 18-23 September 2 and 3 September 21 September 28 Event Budget Kickoff Meeting at 10:00 A.M. FMD Submissions Due All Other Administrative Support Department Requests External Requests due to Submitting Department Budgets Due to PBO by 5:00 P.M. Employee Public Hearing (time TBD) PBO review of County Budget Submissions Departmental Meetings with PBO Preliminary Budget Published Potential Select Budget Hearings (if requested by Commissioners Court) Budget Mark-Up FY 2022 Tax Rate Adopted FY 2022 Budget Adopted Engaging and Informing TCCC Travis County Commissioners Court (TCCC) members represent and are accessible to all Travis County residents. As a Board with Court appointees, you have …

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Approved Meeting Minutes from November 14 2022 original pdf

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Austin-Travis County Food Policy Board MEETING MINUTES November 14th, 2022 The Austin-Travis County Food Policy Board (ATCFPB) convened a on Monday November 14th at the City of Austin Permitting and Development Center, 6310 Wilhelmina Delco Dr, Room 2103, Austin, TX 78752. Board Members in Attendance: Andrea Abel, Lisa Barden, Joi Chevalier (joined at 6:13), Frances Deviney, Kacey Hanson, Cecilia Hogan, Karen Magid, Sharon Mays (joined at 6:18), Rosamaria Murillo, Errol Schweizer Board Members Absent: Adrian Lipscombe Staff in Attendance: Edwin Marty (City of Austin), Amanda Rohlich, Emily Ackland (Travis County) CALL TO ORDER Chair Pro Tempore Karen Magid called the meeting to order at 6:10 p.m. PUBLIC COMMUNICATION none APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM OCTOBER MEETING 1. Board Member Kacey Hanson motioned to approve the meeting minutes with Board Member Errol Schweizer seconding the motion. Minutes passed on a 9-0 vote. DISCUSSION ITEMS DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS 2. Presentation by Mark Bethell, Executive Director, Sustainable Food Center 3. Discussion and take possible action on selecting ATCFPB representative to serve on Community Advisory Committee for Food Planning a. The board discussed potential roles i. (Will serve as Board Liaison) Karen Magid – experience with planning process from participation in the Climate Equity Plan, weighing feasibility, stepped in equity work, lots of experience here in Austin. Cleared other commitments to make space for this work. Opportunity presented here is similar if not greater. ii. (Will serve as alternate to Karen Magid) Errol Schweizer – complimentary skill set to Karen. Supply chain and retail expert. Put name in hat because he really wants the City and County to take supply chain seriously. The impact of Winter Storm Uri really highlighted the vulnerability of our supply chain. iii. (Withdrew nomination) Dr. Rosamaria Murillo – creating access to healthy food is both a personal and professional mission. She brings to the process 20+ years working at national, state, and local level in policymaking. Leading and translating policy into programs. She also brings the experience of leading one of the largest food pantries in Central Texas. She has experience being on the frontline with people with lived experiences who are negatively impacted by the food system. b. An issue to take to the CAC is how we can encourage full participation c. Kacey Hanson moves to nominate Karen Magid to be liaison member to the CAC for the Food Planning Process, with Frances Deviney seconded motion, passing …

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