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Highlights of the March 12, 2019 Board Meeting:
Shortly after the Board convenes at 9 a.m., the Board will hear a presentation from the Marin County Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights and Measures about the 2018 Marin County Consumer Protection Report. The department staff, based in Novato, spent 6,616 hours serving the public’s interest by ensuring accuracy and equity in the marketplace and protecting the health and welfare of Marin residents. Staff performed 11,530 inspections to ensure accuracy of measuring devices and checking the prices charged to consumers.
The Board heard the presentation and accepted the report.
Need more info? See the letter and presentation about the 2018 Marin County Consumer Protection Report.
Contact: Stacy Carlsen, Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights and Measures
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The Board will hear a request to receive the 2018-2019 Marin County Early Learning and Care Needs Assessment. The assessment, prepared by the Marin County Child Care Commission, is a follow-up to a 2013 assessment. It presents a snapshot of the various aspects of the state of local child care and early education. It includes the demographic characteristics of kids and their families, employment and income statistics, the costs of child care, and child care supply and demand. The Child Care Commission, which approved the report at its own meeting in November 2018, must submit the assessment to the Board for approval prior to submitting it to the California Department of Education.
Need more info? See the staff report and full 2018-2019 Marin County Early Learning and Care Needs Assessment.
Contact: Ericka Omena Erickson, Coordinator, Marin County Child Care Commission
The Board will hear a request from the Department of Public Works to adopt a resolution regarding 2019-2020 Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Revenues from the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (Senate Bill 1). Now entering its third cycle, SB1 will provide Marin County with an estimated $3.83 million for transportation improvement projects slated for the 2020 construction season. Following the accountability measures of SB1, the Department of Public Works has identified a list of 10 potential road projects in unincorporated areas of the county that could utilize the state funding. The proposed list targets sections of roads in Dillion Beach, unincorporated Mill Valley, Sleepy Hollow, and Kentfield.
The Board adopted the resolution.
Need more info? See the staff report about 2019-2020 Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Revenues.
Contact: Raul Rojas, Director, Department of Public Works
The Board will consider two vacancies on the Tam Design Review Board.
The Board made the following appointments:
Tam Design Review Board: Doron Dreksler, Alan Jones
Need more info? See the agenda for details on the interviews/appointments, or the Boards and Commissions webpage.
No earlier than 1:30 p.m., the Board will hear a presentation from the County Administrator's Office about the 2018 Marin County Resident Survey. The County has been eager to receive a report card from its residents as a measure of customer service and to compare results to those from counties nationwide. The results provide data with which the County can dive deeper in some areas using other tools, such as focus groups or listening sessions. The County mailed 3,200 printed surveys to a random selection of households earlier this winter, and followed with an online opt-in survey. This presentation provides a summary of results.
Need more info? See the staff report about the 2018 Marin County Resident Survey.
Contact: Dan Eilerman, Assistant County Administrator
No earlier than 2:30 p.m., the Board will conduct a hearing to consider an ordinance adopting amendments to Marin County Title 22, known as the Development Code. Since residents' needs change over time and new federal and state laws often affect what the county government does, the County normally updates its Development Code every two to three years. The Development Code relates to zoning and subdivisions in the unincorporated areas in Marin that are outside of the coastal zone. Staff from the Community Development Agency (CDA) drafted amendments to the code, and the Marin County Planning Commission approved them in December 2018.
The Board conducted the hearing and adopted the ordinance.
Need more info? See the staff report about amendments to Marin County Title 22 (Development Code).
Contact: Jeremy Tejirian, Planning Manager, Community Development Agency
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