At the September 22nd City Council Legislative Hearing, Resolution No. 2959 was unanimously passed, establishing a new Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) for RiverRenew. Building off the foundation from previous SAGs, this group monitors construction progress on the Tunnel Project, the largest infrastructure project in Alexandria's history.
Meet the 2021-2022 RiverRenew SAG:
|Outfall 001||Erik Olson||North Old Town Independent Citizens’ Association*|
|Mace Carpenter||Representative from Tobacco Quay, Waterfront Residences or Rivergate|
|Outfall 002||Yvonne Callahan||Old Town Civic Association*|
|Daniel Bradfield||Representative from South Old Town|
|Outfalls 003/4||Morgan Babcock||Eisenhower Partnership*|
|Liz Birnbaum||Representative from Carlyle community or Duke Street corridor|
|At-Large||Mark McNutt||At-large representative with interest in RiverRenew|
|Ailing Bressman||Representative with engineering, environmental, financial or related experience|
|Michelle Millben||Representative with interest or expertise in diversity, race, and social equality|
SAG Members are responsible for the following:
- Meeting on an as-needed basis, anticipated to be every other month, either virtually or at AlexRenew's Environmental Center;
- Reviewing and monitoring construction/program progress;
- Communicating progress to the community by leveraging existing networks;
- Providing recommendations regarding mitigation of construction impacts.
SAG member terms are renewable for up to 1-year for a total duration of 3 years.