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Highlights of the June 11, 2019 Board Meeting:
Shortly after the Board convenes at 9 a.m., the Board will hear an update from the Marin County Youth Commission. The commission was created to demonstrate the value of youth through responsible, positive youth action; to empower youth with skills, information, and organizational support so that participants can significantly impact the political, educational, recreational, and social service systems in their community. The commission provides the Board of Supervisors with the views of youths on County matters affecting young people. It advocates for County policies that promote and utilize youths as planners and decision makers.
The Board heard the update.
Need more info? See the Marin County Youth Commission website and the presentation.
Contact: Wendy Pacheco, Youth Leadership Institute
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The Board will hear a request from Marin County Parks to adopt a resolution amending the 2019 Marin County Parks fee schedule, reducing the summer weekend and holiday park entrance fees at Paradise Beach Park, McNear’s Beach Park, and Stafford Lake Park, and eliminating the swimming pool admission fee at McNear’s Beach Park. Summer weekend and holiday vehicle parking fees have been $10 at the three parks, and this resolution proposes to cut the cost to $5. The Board recommended a reduction after hearing the results of Parks’ resident survey earlier this year.
The Board adopted the resolution.
Need more info? See the news release and staff report about the amendment to the 2019 Marin County Parks fee schedule.
Contact: Max Korten, Director, Marin County Parks
The Board will hear an update from the Community Development Agency (CDA) on the Board’s workplan to preserve housing affordability and prevent displacement. The Board approved a workplan in February 2016. The update will include progress reports on the acquisition of multifamily rental properties for preservation as affordable units, landlord incentives, renter source-of-income protections, short-term rental regulations, and several other initiatives. Since approving the original workplan, the Board introduced a rental housing dispute resolution ordinance, reduced barriers to the creation of accessory dwelling units, and added a program to enhance County inspections of multifamily rental properties. In the coming year, CDA staff will continue to administer the existing programs.
The Board heard the update and received the report about the workplan.
Need more info? See the staff report about the workplan to preserve housing affordability.
Contact: Debbie La Rue, Senior Planner, Community Development Agency
The Board will conduct the first reading of an ordinance establishing speed limits on portions of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in San Geronimo. Residents have expressed concerns about speeding on Drake in the vicinity of Nicasio Valley Road/San Geronimo Valley Drive West. There is a 55 mph speed limit on Drake in that area and it drops to 35 mph further west near Forest Knolls. Public Works staff conducted speed surveys and recommends creating a 45 mph zone near the intersection near intersection of concern. The San Geronimo Valley Planning Group supports the change. Staff recommends that the Board schedule a merit hearing for 10:30 a.m. July 16.
The Board conducted the first reading on the speed limit proposal and scheduled a merit hearing for 10:30 a.m. July 16.
Contact: Bob Goralka, Principal Civil Engineer, Department of Public Works
The Board will consider one vacancy on the Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board.
The Board made the following appointment:
Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board: Ruby Gibney
Need more info? See the agenda for details on the interviews/appointments, or the Boards and Commissions webpage.
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