What is a Commission Action?

A Commission Action is any executive, administrative, legislative, or quasi-legislative action taken formally by the Commission, the Planning Boards, an officer or other official so designated by the Commission.  Commission Actions include:  

 a) Authorizing a grant, credit, or other subsidy from the Commission,   

 b) Awarding a procurement contract,  

 c) Preparing and adopting resolutions, rules, regulations, and policies to direct the operation of the Commission, the Planning Boards, and other agency functions, 

 d) Making recommendations for the General Plan, area master plans, functional master plans, sector or small area plans, and any amendments to any such plans; revisions to the Subdivision Regulations and Zoning Text Amendments; as well as sectional and district map amendments.

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1. What is Lobbying?
2. What is Grassroots Lobbying?
3. What is a Commission Action?
4. Who must register as a Lobbyist?
5. How and when should I file an Activity Report?
6. Do I need to Register as a Lobbyist?