After convening no earlier than 10 a.m., following the Marin County Housing Authority Board of Commissioners meeting, the Board will hear requests from the County Administrator for Board concurrence and adoption of responses to three 2017-2018 Civil Grand Jury Reports. They were titled: "Golden Gate Village: The Clock is Ticking" (May 24); "Yellow School Bus for Traffic Congestion" (June 8); and "The Future of Juvenile Detention in Marin: A Follow-up Report" (June 20). On the Golden Gate Village report, staff agreed with seven findings, wholly or partially disagreed with five findings, found that one recommendation had already been implemented, and said two recommendations will not be implemented because they are not warranted or reasonable. On the school bus report, staff agreed with seven findings, wholly or partially disagreed with one finding, said two recommendations required further analysis, said two recommendations will be implemented in the future, and said one recommendation will not be implemented because it is not warranted or reasonable. On the juvenile detention report, staff agreed with four findings, found one recommendation required further analysis, and said two recommendations will not be implemented because they are not warranted or reasonable.
The Board concurred and adopted all three responses, with some modifications to the responses on Golden Gate Village and yellow school buses.
Need more info? See the Civil Grand Jury staff responses to the reports about Golden Gate Village, yellow school buses, and juvenile detention.
Contact: Dan Eilerman, Assistant County Administrator
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