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ONE ITE Update: Next Steps

The ONE ITE Task Force has been very productive lately. As many of you have heard, a major milestone was reached in May, 2019 with the ITE Board of Direction’s approval of establishing the new Mountain District covering the states of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. The Mountain District Transition Committee has continued to coordinate closely with the Western District Board and begun the earnest work of creating a new district. Members of the Mountain District transition team attended the Intermountain Section Meeting in Jackson Hole, WY and participated in a panel discussion on ONE ITE and the next steps for the Intermountain Section. Ben Waldman and Devin Moore participated in the meeting and received good feedback, including ideas on how to move forward. They also established a transition committee for the Intermountain Section who will be working closely with the Mountain District Board. The last meeting for the Western District, as it has historically been defined, is coming up soon in Monterey, CA, June 23–26 https://www.westernite.org/annualmeeting. Please join us at this meeting to celebrate the longstanding traditions of this historic District.

In addition, we will be rolling out the new District Charters and model Bylaws to each District for implementation in January of 2020. The next steps for the ONE ITE Task Force are to finalize and distribute section draft Charters and Bylaws for review and comment. We will then move forward with the creation of new Chapter Charters and Bylaws for implementation in January of 2021. In the newly renamed Florida Puerto Rico District, we held our second transition team meeting for the new alignment. For those who don’t know, the Florida Puerto Rico District only has 2 sections currently. With our new structure we will have 5 sections including, Puerto Rico, Big Bend, Gold Coast, Central Florida, and Tampa Bay, with our remaining 3 chapters of Emerald Coast, First Coast, and Southwest Florida falling under the Big Bend, Central Florida, and Tampa Bay Sections, respectively.

If you would like more information on the ONE ITE Initiative, please go to https://www.ite.org/about‐ite/governance‐documents/oneite or email us at ONEITE@ite.org.

Dan

Daniel J. Beaty, AICP (F)
ONE ITE Task Force Chari
ITE District 10 International Director

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