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Your Village, Your Future

Long Range Planning Advisory Committee

“A long range, data driven, needs based committee”

 

The Tellico Village Board of Directors accepted and released for publication the 2019 Tellico Village Long Range Strategic Plan. This plan reflects a holistic assessment of all the current data available and collected - a comprehensive, coordinated, cohesive strategic plan meant to guide Tellico Village in the future. The plan is intended and designed to grow, change, and evolve with time, based upon regular reviews and updates, as new data, new needs and conditions are identified. Links to the plan documents are located below.

Strategic Plan Documents & Links 

2019  Strategic Plan LRPC Info on POA website 
(requires login access)

Vision / Mission /  
Values /
Principles 2020

Initial FAQs
Tell-E-Gram Articles
Town Halls POA Board Presentations
Questionnaires TVB Videos
Focus Groups Past Plans
2021 LRPAC Tellico
Village Survey

Public Meeting Presentations

   


LRPAC: Who are we?

Our responsibilities:
  • Provide the POA Board of Directors with information and recommendations
  • Plan for the future needs of Tellico Village

Members:

  • Phil Brenner – 2022 (Vice-Chair)

  • Kevin Fusco – 2022

  • Dominick Andreana - 2022 (one-yr term)

  • Tom McCrystal - 2022 (one-yr term)

  • Bruce Palansky - 2023

  • Ed Grollemond - 2023 (Chair)

  • Susan Layman - 2023

  • Roger Forsyth - 2024

  • Barry Sherman - 2024

  • Board Liaison - Sue English-Kovar

  • Winston Blazer (CEO)

     

Our Quarterly Meeting - Visitors Welcome

The LRPAC generally holds two committee workshops each month. Public meetings are held quarterly, generally the 4th Thursday of January, April, July and October at 9:00 a.m. in the POA offices. Watch the Tell-E-Gram for announcements of future meetings.


How we use TellicoLife

The LRPAC is committed to transparency. 

We use TellicoLife to post all communications, presentations, reference materials, etc. The blue links above take you to our documents.  

You can submit questions or comments to the LRPAC via the Help Spot on the POA website.