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SR 302 - Elgin Clifton Rd to SR 16 - Corridor Study

Advisory Committee

The advisory committee is a group of representatives from agencies, cities, business and community groups along the SR 302 corridor from SR 16 to Key Peninsula Highway. The committee serves two primary functions:

  • advises the project team on critical issues related to information gathering and decisions necessary for the study, and
  • provides local expertise, identifies concerns and keeps their constituents informed about study activities.  

Advisory committee members:

Jean Archer 
Pierce Transit

Brian Ward 
Pierce County Sheriff

Mike Baum
Key Peninsula Community Council

Pat Leach
Tacoma Power

Randy Boss

Dennis Marshall
Lake Holiday Association 

Terry Bouck
Peninsula School District

Murray Payne
Burley Lagoon Coalition

Bill Evers
Emerald Shores Association

Jim Rogers
Kitsap County Public Works

Mike Galizio
Pierce County Public Works

Jay Spady
South Kitsap Improvement Council

Scott Gallacher
Key Peninsula Metropolitan
Parks District

Skip Ferrucci
Pierce County Parks and Recreation

Chuck West
Key Peninsula Fire Department

Dave Morris
Purdy Business Owners

Rob Karlinsey
City of Gig Harbor

Bobbi Woodward
145th & 88th Road Association

Laurie Ellis
Key Peninsula Business Assoc.

Senator Derek Kilmer
Legislative District 26

George King
Burley Community Club

Representative Larry Seaquist 
Legislative District 26

Amy Rigalla
82nd Street Neighborhood



Advisory Committee meetings:

December 9, 2008

October 20, 2008

September 10, 2008

Advisory committee assignments:

  1. Discuss with interested or responsible members of their agencies/organizations project attributes that are important. 

        Performance attributes example (pdf 55kb)
        Level 1 attributes example (pdf 182kb)

Advisory committee roles:


 - Collaberative decisionmaking
 - Community involvement
 - Transparent process
 - Respectful approach


 - To understand the issues
 - To provide thoughtful analysis about the issues
 - To actively communicate with our organizations
 - To see how our input is making a difference
 - To respect each other in the process


 - Discussions are respectful of each other's time and a fair process
 - Attend meetings prepared to represent organization positions
 - Work with organizations to conduct timely discussions about issues    
 - Hold each other accountable to the principles

Advisory committee responsibilities:


 - Prepare meeting agendas
 - Conduct meetings
 - Collaborate in decisions
 - Actively seek input
 - Identify questions for consideration
 - Keep the process moving forward

 Public agencies

 - Keep staff and elected officials informed
 - Communicate issues early
 - Come prepared to provide input on decisions                                  

 Community organizations

 - Lead issue discussions for your organization
 - Record summary and minority input
 - Come prepared to provide input on decisions