The Queen Creek Town Council reappointed Todd Broadhead, Karen Fabritiis, Stephanie Lema, Tyler Sorensen and Michael Trujillo to the town’s Transportation Advisory Committee during the Sept. 21 town council meeting. The members were reappointed to two-year terms, according to a press release.
“These members bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the Transportation Advisory Committee,” Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney said in the release. “They have diverse backgrounds, with the similar interest of helping improve transportation in the community. The town council and I appreciate their time and dedication.”
The purpose of TAC is to review the town’s transportation planning efforts (including the Capital Improvement Program) and to serve as ambassadors to residents on all things related to transportation.
TAC meets to discuss transportation-related projects and programs and makes recommendations to the town council on those matters.
In addition to its reappointed members, the committee includes: council members Emilena Turley and Julia Wheatley; David Bond, chairman; and members Jane Litchfield, Mohammed Ziadeh, Susan Denton, John Ficker and Ali Naqvi, according to the town’s website.
Queen Creek residents who are interested in serving on a board or commission can complete a notice of interest form online. Forms remain on file for 12 months.
TAC meets at 6:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of every third month (February, May, August and November) in the council chambers at the Queen Creek Town Hall, 22350 S. Ellsworth Road.
Meetings may be held more or less often, as needed.
To confirm that a meeting will be held or for further information about the committee, call Alisha Noble at 480-358-3083.