Community Advisory Committee (CAC) - Specific Plan
Purpose of the CAC
Formed at the end of 2016, the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is modeled after the original CAC formed during earlier phases of the Concord Reuse Project. The purpose of the CAC is to serve as an advisory body to provide input and encourage public participation during the process of creating a Specific Plan for development of the former weapons station. Learn more about the Specific Plan.
CAC members will work with City staff and developer Lennar to apply the Reuse Project Goals and Guiding Principles, adopted Reuse Area Plan policies and accepted Term Sheet provisions in evaluating and commenting on potential Specific Plan alternatives or issues. The CAC will also serve as a communication link between the Reuse Project and the community-at-large by assisting in targeting outreach to neighborhoods and interest groups, and promoting attendance at workshops and public meetings.
The CAC is composed of 13 community members. Former Mayor Dan Helix, who co-chaired the first CAC from 2007 to 2008 is the chair of this CAC. All 13 members have voting rights on committee procedures and recommendations. Member terms expire on December 31, 2018.
The members are:
- Jeff Allen
- Niko Anagnostopoulos
- Philip Arnold - Vice-Chair
- Russell Case
- Colleen Geraghty
- Claudia Hein
- Dan Helix - Chair
- Randall Horton
- Jerome Hudson
- Ajit Kaushal
- Rosanne Nieto
- Paul Sinz
- Darrin Walters
- Charles Hoffman (1st alternate)
- Stuart Posselt (2nd alternate)
- Peggy Tweedie (3rd alternate)
Meetings & Materials
The CAC meets regularly on the third Tuesday of each month. Ahead of meetings, agendas and any available materials for review will be posted here. The public is encouraged to attend the meetings and follow the process as the plans for the Reuse Project move forward.