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Creating Effective Citizen Advisory Committees: Using Short-Term Advisory Committees to Help Resolve Local Problems
Citizen advisory committees are citizen panels that are appointed to investigate or review a single issue and that are disbanded once recommendations on that issue have been delivered to the governing body.
Angerer, David, "Creating Effective Citizen Advisory Committees: Using Short-Term Advisory Committees to Help Resolve Local Problems" (2009). MTAS Publications: Full Publications.
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