Use the Cyberagenda page for the full meeting information.
Highlights of the April 22, 2014 Board Meeting:
The Board will hear a request to adopt a resolution commending Marin County Deputy Probation Officer Michael Vargas for more than 40 years of service to the County of Marin. Vargas worked with some of Marin's most difficult minors while working in the Supervision and Placement Unit for more than three decades.
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See the proclamation about Michael Vargas' service to the County.
The Board adopted the resolution and congratulated Michael Vargas.
Maureen Parton, aide to Supervisor Sears
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The Board will hear a presentation from the Marin County Child Care Commission on a strategic planning update of the commission’s five-year work plan.
The Board heard the presentation.
Clerk of the Board staff
The Board will hear a request from the Community Development Agency to recognize newly certified Marin Green Businesses. The addition of EarthRise Center at IONS (Novato), Lotus Cuisine of India (San Rafael), Huffman-Broadway Group Environmental Consulting (San Rafael) and Senior Settlers LLC (San Rafael) bring the County's total to 418 certified Green Businesses since the program debuted in 2002.
See the letter about Green Businesses.
The Board recognized and congratulated the new Marin Green Businesses.
Dana Armanino, planner, Community Development Agency
The Board will hear a request from the County Administrator to approve Community Service Allocations for application period No. 3, which was from Dec. 14, 2013, to March 14, 2014. For the third and final funding period the fiscal year, County staff recommends 36 allocations totaling $88,085. If approved, the available balance of $58,917 will be spent. Due to the high volume of requests, the County Administrator recommends that the Board approve allocatation of the $29,168 rollover balance of
unspent Community Service funds from FY 2012-13 on a one-time basis.
See the breakdown of proposed allocations.
The Board approved the Community Service Fund allocations as recommended by the County Administrator.
Matthew Hymel, County Administrator
The Board will hear a request from the Community Development Agency to consider adopting an amended and restated Resolution of Intention to form the Marshall Phase 2 Community Wastewater Assessment District and to preliminarily approve the Marshall Phase 2 Community Wastewater Revised Engineer’s Report, Boundary Map and Assessment Diagram. To accommodate the inclusion of an additional parcel in the assessment district and to ensure that the proceedings to form the District are conducted and concluded in full accord with requirements, staff recommends that the Board adopt a resolution to ensure the district formation proceedings are properly carried out.
See the letter about the resolution.
The Board adopted the amended and restated resolution of intention and to preliminarily approved the revised documents.
Brian Crawford, Director, Community Development Agency
See the letter about the amendment.
The Board authorized the amendment.
Larry Meredith, Director, Health and Human Services
The Board will consider an application for the Human Rights Commission and two for the Peace Conversion Commission.
See the Cyberagenda for details on the interviews/appointments, or the Boards and Commissions page.
The Board made the following appointments:
Human Rights Commission: Janet Shirley
Peace Conversion Commission: Robert Phillips
See the report about the grant program.
The Board accepted the report.
Ron Miska, Deputy Director, Marin County Parks
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