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Working with Georgia Downtowns as your partner, you will accomplish the tasks required to meet Standard Three of the National Main Street Annual Standards for Accreditation, better known as "the work plan." As defined by the National Main Street Center and adopted by Georgia Main Street, an annual work plan...
provides a detailed blueprint for the organization’s activities; reinforces the program’s accountability both within the organization and in the broader community; and provides measurable objectives by which the program will track its progress. Tasks, with names of people assigned to complete them, budgets and timelines are important components that add to the strength of this document. (www.georgiamainstreet.org/ga-standards-for-accreditation/)
Has a current annual work plan on file with DCA and this document was regularly reviewed during board meetings. (2 points)
Has an annual work plan accessible and visible on website. (1 point)
Program utilized O.D.D. work plan template. (2 point)
Hosted at least one annual meeting of the Board to develop the annual work plan. (1 point)
Solicited input from the community, through a survey, public meeting or on-line inquiries regarding the development of the work plan. (1 point)
Board members assisted in the execution of the work plan. (1 point)
Committees, task forces or volunteers met to detail and execute items identified in the work plan. (1 point)
Work plan contained measurable objectives including a time-line, budget and job assignments. (1 point)
A copy of the approved work plan was provided to the City Manager/Clerk and Mayor. (1 point)