Tuesday, June 4, 2013, 6 p.m., Maurice Young Millennium Place
Economic Partnership Initiative Committee seeking member at large
The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is seeking applications for the member at large position for the Economic Partnership Initiative (EPI) Committee.
The purpose of the committee is to facilitate the collaboration and alignment between key economic stakeholders within Whistler, and to produce a set of medium-term (zero to five-year) economic development and planning recommendations designed to build confidence, encourage investment, and support growth of Whistler’s resort economy. The committee will also make recommendations regarding the expenditure of Resort Municipality Initiative (RMI) funds from the Province to be used for programs and projects to support tourism.
The volunteer member will be appointed by municipal Council and will work as part of the EPI Committee to make recommendations to Council and the Finance & Audit Committee of Council.
The EPI Committee is composed of representatives from Tourism Whistler, Whistler Blackcomb, the Hotel Association of Whistler (HAW), the Whistler Chamber of Commerce (WCC) and the RMOW. The committee will meet on a regular basis during office hours.
Interested applicants are invited to submit a resume and brief statement that reflects your interest in participating by Monday, September 24 at noon.
Please submit applications as follows:
By hand or mail: EPI Oversight Committee, c/o Wanda Bradbury, Resort Municipality of Whistler, 4325 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, B.C. V0N 1B6
By fax: 604-935-8188
By email: email@example.com
For more information about this committee and the position, please visit whistler.ca or contact: Wanda Bradbury at 604-935-8182 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the September 4 council meeting, Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Mike Furey made a presentation to council about the creation of the new EPI Committee, which will expand the Resort Municipality Initiative (RMI) Oversight Committee’s role to include a broader economic planning mandate. Council endorsed the terms of reference for the EPI committee.