If you have read our first post and learned a little more about us from our pages and the department of commerce website, you now know a little bit about ON TRAC. But how does it actually work? How does this organization accomplish what it sets out to do? ON TRAC takes a page right out of National Main Street’s book and uses Main Street’s 4-point approach and structure of volunteer committees. Volunteers are organized into 4 groups with a variety of focuses. Each group works on both independent and cooperative projects to make sure that all aspects of community revitalization are addressed. Each committee tackles a different aspect of revitalization: Organization, Design, Economic Restructuring, and Promotion.
We will be adding posts about each committee and its specific goals/tasks in the near future. Since each committee focuses on different tasks, ON TRAC needs volunteers with a wide range of skills and assets. After reading the description of each committee (posts forthcoming), consider where you and your skill set might fit in best.