Environmental Advisory Committee

To apply to serve on the Environmental Advisory Committee please complete an application and return it to the City Clerk's Office via email clerk@cityoflaramie.org or in person at 406 Ivinson Ave.

Meetings

  • 6 p.m.
  • First Thursday of each even month
  • Meeting currently held in-person and via web-conferencing 
  • City Council Liaison: Erin O'Doherty
  • County Commission Liaison: Pete Gosar 
  • City of Laramie Staff Liaison: Jay Smith

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings.

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Minutes are available following approval.

Members

The Environmental Advisory Committee consists of seven (7) members appointed by joint appointments of the City Council and the Albany County Board of Commissioners to a term of three (3) years. A minimum of two (2) members shall reside within the corporate limits of the city, and a minimum of two (2) members shall reside in unincorporated Albany County.

  • Ellen Currano (resides within City Limits)
    Term expires: November 7, 2026
    Reso 2023-89
  • Vacant
    Term expires: November 7, 2025
    Reso 
  • Ronald Marrs (resides within Albany County)
    Term expires: November 7, 2025
    Reso 2023-36
  • Kyle McDonald (resides within City Limits)
    Term expires: November 7, 2024
    Reso 2023-62
  • Jennifer Coolidge (Resides within Albany County)
    Term expires: November 7, 2024
    Reso 2023-89
  • Rhiannon Jakopak (resides within City Limits)
    Term expires: November 6, 2026
    Reso 2023-89
  • Eric Hayes (resides within Albany County)
    Term expires: November 7, 2026
    Reso 2023-89

Board Responsibility

Charge or Purpose: Using their combined expertise and interest in the environmental field, the environmental advisory committee exists to analyze assigned issues, receive and analyze citizen concerns and complaints, formulate options and advise the City Council and the board of County Commissioners on environmental issues. 

Authority: Laramie Municipal Code 2.32

By-laws for Environmental Advisory Committee. 

Duties/Responsibilities: To receive public input concerning environmental problems; to notify the City Council and County Commissioners of environmental problems; to suggest methods of investigation of these problems and recommend specific actions to address them; to suggest environmental policy alternatives for consideration; to examine environmental problems and potential problems as requested by the City Council and board of County Commissioners

Environmental Advisory Committee