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November 2016

Meeting Notice

DATE: Friday, November 18, 2016 
TIME: 10 am - 12 pm

LOCATION: Conference Room, Klahr Holocaust Center, Univ of Maine Augusta, 46 University Drive, Augusta, ME 04330
All business meetings are open to the public. The closest parking is the lot in front of the Randall Student Center. This link goes to a map of the campus layout.

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Topic Leader
10:00 Public Comment Period  Portela
10:10 Call to Order Portela
10:12 Welcome, Announcements, Agenda Adjustments
1. Introductions 
2. Announcements
3. Quiz Answer 
4. Additions or Deletions to Agenda
Focus on Mission/Responsibilities
 10:15 A. Briefing: Opportunities for AmeriCorps impact on prescription drug and opiod addiction (prevention/recovery)
B. Commission Operating Budget for 2017
C. Other
Business Reports
(Reports submitted are posted.)
 11:15  A. Minutes 
1. October
11:20 B. Executive Committee
1.  November meeting notes posted. Respond to any requests for clarifications.
2. Changes in Task Force membership
3. Status of appointment recommendations
11:30 C. ASC Update
1. Public policy news
2. Other
11:35 D. Grant Selection and Performance 
1. Briefing for Commission on compliance report
2. Managing task force leadership
11:45 E. Excellence and Expertise 
1. Meeting notes posted. Respond to any clarification requests.
11:55 F. Public Information and Education/ Public Policy 
1. Report from meeting on 11/14
12:00 G. Blaine House Conference 
1. Assessment 
Crofton for Wihry
12:10 H. CNCS Regional Office update Hite
12:15 I. MCCS Staff 
1. New report on Maine civic health and volunteering 
2. Other
Planning and Future Initiatives
12:20 A. Rebranding MCCS - consideration, discussion, refer for study
B. Proposed Memorandum of Agreement between MCCS and United Ways of Maine
C. Other
Portela, et al
Business Wrap Up
12:30 A. Adjourn to Task Force Work Sessions
1. Reminder: Complete meeting evaluation forms 
2. Next business meeting is January 14, 20176- Univ. of Maine Augusta, Augusta, ME
3. Joint PIE and E&E meeting to address issue from retreat