Use the Cyberagenda page for the full meeting information.
Highlights of the March 11, 2014 Board Meeting:
The Board will hear a request from the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Commission to recognize Parks and Open Space Superintendent Ed Hulme on the occasion of his retirement for his many contributions to the IPM Commission.
The Board permitted the recognition and congratulated Ed Hulme on all his contributions.
Clerk of the Board staff
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The Board will hear a request for an update and request for support from MarinKids/Marin Strong Start. The mission of the MarinKids nonprofit is "to build a community — through advocacy, education, research, mobilization and leadership — that believes caring for all of Marin’s children is our collective responsibility, and that acts to realize this belief."
The Board expressed support for the program.
Tanya Albert, aide to Supervisor Arnold
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See the letter about the proposed Ratto Group rate increase.
The Board approved the rate increase.
Steve Devine, program manager, Department of Public Works
See the letter about the Bay Cities refuse rate increase.
The Board will consider applications for one vacancy on the Disaster Council and one on the Tamalpais Design Review Board.
See the Cyberagenda for details on the interviews/appointments, or the Boards and Commissions page.
The Board made the following appointments:
Disaster Council: Ed Schulze
Tamalpais Design Review Board: John McCormick
The Board will consider certification of the 2008 Easton Point Residential Development (Rezoning, Master Plan, Precise Development Plan, Tentative Subdivision Map) and Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR). The Martha Company has submitted an application to the Community Development Agency for approval of a 43-unit subdivision on a 110-acre parcel at the southeastern tip of the Tiburon Peninsula. In October 2013, the Board directed staff and an environmental consultant to provide clarification on several environmental issues.
See the letter about the Easton Point Residential Development.
The Board did not vote on certifying the Final EIR and requested more information about the specific development plans.
Brian Crawford, Director, Community Development Agency
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