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Highlights of the December 18, 2012 Board Meeting:
At the request of Supervisor Adams, the Board will consider adopting a resolution proclaiming the 4th Saturday in January as Alert Marin Day, thereby encouraging Marin residents to register for notifications on the County's new Telephone Emergency Notification System, otherwise known as TENS.
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See the Resolution on Alert Marin Day
The Board adopted the resolution.
Clerk of the Board staff
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The Board will hear an update on the estimated long-term savings that will be generated for the County by the statewide pension reform legislation that was adopted this past September. In addition, the Board will consider authorizing County staff to explore a hybrid defined benefit/ defined contribution pension plan as an option for new miscellaneous employees.
See the report on pension reform
The Board authorized using the local savings from statewide pension reform towards paying down the County's pension liabilities and also authorized staff to explore the feasibility of a new employee optional hybrid pension plan
Dan Eilerman, Deputy County Administrator
The Board will consider setting a public hearing for January 8th, 2013 in order to consider a 3.25% rate increase for the West Marin Franchise Area Number 1, which includes the West Marin coast area, excluding Bolinas and Stinson Beach. The rate increase is being requested by the Redwood Empire Disposal company for a number of reasons, with a 7.95% increase in the cost of fuel being a primary factor.
Need more info? See the report on garbage rates
The Board set the hearing on garbage rates for January 8th
Michael Frost, Deputy Director of Public Works
The Board will consider appointments to the following Boards:
See the Boards and Commissions page
The appointments were made.
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