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Highlights of the November 06, 2012 Board Meeting:
At 9am, the Board will hear an update from the Executive Committee of the Community Corrections Partnership on the 1-year program status of the County's Public Safety Realignment Program.
The Board heard the update.
Samantha Klein, Probation Dept
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At 10am, the Board will honor Eugene Lew of the Public Works Department with the Employee of the Month award. As an Equipment Service Assistant, he is well known for not just taking care of business, but going the extra mile to provide the highest possible level of service. Eugene’s hard work and dedication also go above and beyond as a member of the County’s Urban Search and Rescue Team and also as a reserve police officer.
The Board honored Eugene Lew.
Clerk of the Board staff
At the request of Supervisor Rice, the Board will adopt a resolution proclaiming November 2012 as "Family Caregiver Month" in Marin County
Need more info? See the resolution on family caregiver month
The Board adopted the resolution.
The Board will hear an informational briefing on the County's ongoing County efforts to identify and evaluate strategies for facilitating the review of development projects that are consistent with the Countywide Plan and other important regulations.
Need more info? See the report on the Regulatory Improvements Advisory Committee
The Board heard the report.
Tom Lai, Community Development Agency
Need more info? See the Boards and Commissions webpage
The Board will hear an update regarding a meeting that was held with the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) Executive Director concerning potential methods of ensuring timely review and processing of local agency permits
Need more info?
See the full report on the Meeting with RWQCB
The Board heard the staff update and accepted their report.
Tracy Clay, Dept of Public Works
The Board will consider executing an agreement with various local agencies (the Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District and the Association of Bay Area Governments) to fund a dedicated Regional Water Quality Control Board staff person who would be charged with expediting the processing of requests for permits and services for the next two years.
See the full report on the water quality staffing request
The Board approved the agreement.
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