• Speak and act on behalf of the public's rights in matters where Shoreline open government concerns are raised.


  • Conduct Open Government public workshops and forums in the Shoreline Community to educate the public, public officials, and the media. The workshops focus on government accessibility as provided in the various statutes that assure such access and accountability from our public agencies.


  • Build a local, grassroots network of Shoreline citizens, including at least twice a year holding a meeting that is open to the public.


  • Establish professional, productive relationships and open communication with local elected officials.