The San Anselmo Town Council meets tonight, March 13, at 7 p.m. at Town Hall. On the agenda (seen at right):
- Interviews with applicants for the Capital Program Monitoring Committee.
- Approve resolution adopting the .
- Consider and approve a resolution changing the zoning for a commercial space at Spaulding Street and Luna Lane to allow a private parking lot to be built. Staff report available at right.
- Appoint applicants to Library and Parks committee.
The Board of Directors meet in the district office on Shaw Drive at 7 p.m. On the agenda (seen at right):
- Closed session performance review of Superintendent.
- campus presentation and community relations presentation.
- and discussion of White Hill construction in summer 2012.
- Interim year financial update.
The Board of Supervisors meets today, March 13, at 10 a.m. at the Civic Center. On the agenda:
- Board to consider support for Proposition 29 Tobacco Tax
- Board to consider grant agreement with Nature Conservancy
- Board to Review Equal Employment Biennial Report
- Presentation of the 2011 Integrated Pest Management Annual Report
- Vacancies to be filled on Integrated Pest Management and Community Services Boards
Check out the Cyberagenda for copies of these reports and others.
1. Board to Consider Support for Proposition 29 Tobacco Tax
Should the Board of Supervisors support an additional state-wide tax on cigarettes? Staff will be providing a presentation on the merits of Proposition 29, which will be appearing on the June state-wide ballot. If the measure passes, it will impose an additional $1/pack surcharge on tobacco products, the proceeds of which would be dedicated towards cancer research and prevention measures. The measure is supported by the American Heart Association, The American Cancer Society, and the American Lung Association in California, among others.
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Contact: Eric Engelbart, Management and Budget Analyst, at (414) 473-6364 or email@example.com
2. Board to consider grant agreement with Nature Conservancy
In its capacity as the County’s Open Space District Board of Directors, the board will be considering a request to authorize a grant agreement with the Nature Conservancy. If adopted, the agreement will enable the Open Space District to implement a series of actions designed to protect and enhance native plants and habitat areas within Ring Mountain - a 405-acre nature preserve located on the Tiburon Peninsula.
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Contact: Ron Miska, Deputy Director - County Parks Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Board to Review Equal Employment Biennial Report
The Department of Human Resources will be requesting that the board adopt the Equal Employment Biennial Report, which is designed to provide an update on the county’s efforts to ensure a diverse and inclusive workforce. It has been the county’s practice to adopt goals and develop an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) plan every five years and then to review the County’s progress in executing that plan every two years.
Contact: Carrie Ann Colton, Equal Employment Officer at email@example.com
4. Presentation of the 2011 Integrated Pest Management Annual Report
The board will hear a report from the County Parks Department regarding the Integrated Pest Management Program’s (IPM) challenges and achievements in 2011. The county’s IPM program helps reduce pesticide use and protects the health of the public and the environment. Last year, the county was honored with an “innovator” award by the California Environmental Protection Agency for its innovative approaches to pest management.
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Contact: Ed Hulme, IPM Coordinator - Parks Department, at firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Vacancies to be filled on Integrated Pest Management and Community Services Boards
The board will consider making appointments for vacancies on two County Boards.
County Service Area #18, which advises Parks staff and the Board of Supervisors on matters that affect county lands contained within this Las Gallinas service area boundaries, has one vacancy. The incumbent, Linda Levey, a self-employed computer consultant who lives in Las Gallinas, has reapplied.
The Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Commission oversees implementation of the county’s IPM program that is designed to help reduce pesticide use and protects the health of the public and the environment. The commission also provides advice and recommendations to the IPM Coordinator and Board of Supervisors as needed. The IPM Commission currently has five vacancies and has received four applications from incumbent members of the commission. The applicants are: Jeffrey Anderson, a semi-retired Medical Doctor from San Rafael; Michelle Miller, a self-employed business person from Novato; Maggie Sergio, Director of Wildlife Solutions at WildCare; and Kraemer Winslow, a communications training consultant from San Rafael. The Board is currently accepting applications for the fifth vacancy on the Commission.
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An overview of CSA #18 can be found here
An overview of the IPM Commission can be found here