Presentation on theme: "Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements WORKSHOP February 18, 2015."— Presentation transcript:
Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements WORKSHOP February 18, 2015
Why are we doing a Comp Scheme? ….It is required by RCW It provides a framework of how the Port will function internally and externally.
What is a Comp Scheme? It shall be the duty of the port commission of any port district, before creating any improvements hereunder, to adopt a comprehensive scheme of harbor improvement in the port district, after a public hearing thereon, of which notice shall be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in the port district, and no expenditure for the carrying on of any harbor improvements shall be made by the port commission other than the necessary salaries, including engineers, clerical and office expenses of the port district, and the cost of engineering, surveying, preparation and collection of data necessary for the making and adoption of a general scheme of harbor improvements in the port district, unless and until the comprehensive scheme of harbor improvement has been so officially adopted by the port commission.- RCW
The Approach Phase 1: Internal Port Development Phase 2: Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements Phase 3: Strategic Planning
Phase 1: Internal Port Development Time Frame: 2-3 months/ 3-4 meetings Facilitated discussions led by Steve Harvey Development of the Port’s Vision and Mission Vision- What the Port strives to achieve Mission- How the Port plans to achieve its vision The policies, procedures and processes to achieve the vision and mission The Political Philosophy The Commission- A single unified voice focused on achieving the vision and mission of the Port Conducting business and proceedings to achieve success Providing guidance to Executive Director for staff The Work of the Port Who is the Port of Woodland? What does the Port do? How will the Port do it? How does the Commission and Staff achieve the work? Planning, Developing, Implementing, Assessing
Phase 2: Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements Time Frame: 6 months RFP/Consultant/ Facilitation/Public Involvement Vision, Mission and Policies History and OrganizationCurrent AssetsFinancials Analysis- Economics, Needs Assessment, Supply Chain Future growth potential- local vs. regional in Port industry Short Term Strategic Plan- 1-6 years budget based Long Range Planning and Development- future land acquisitions and growth direction and infrastructure needs Strategic Plan