History: Organized in 1993 as a spin-off of BAYCAP, SEACAP community members began meeting with the Port Road companies east of Highway 146 as the Port of Houston’s Bayport Container Terminal began construction.
Number of plants: 8, and the Port of Houston Bayport Terminal
Number of community members: Approximately 25
Facilitator: Mary Jane Naquin
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Monthly except July, with a December holiday celebration on the 2nd Wednesday from 4:30 – 6pm. Meetings are held on Port Road at one of the sponsor companies. Due to COVID restrictions, meetings are currently held on the Zoom platform.
- To engage in open dialogue about community/industry mutual interests
- To understand industry’s performance and its effects on nearby neighbors
- Share community expectations for industry local health, safety, environmental and quality-of-life issues
- To examine area concerns, such as emergency management, regulatory changes and impacts, jobs and workforce needs; and community engagement and support.
Most common issues of interest (chosen in structured Program Planning process):