Use the Cyberagenda page for the full meeting information.
Highlights of the April 08, 2014 Board Meeting:
The Board will hear a request to adopt a resolution proclaiming April as Marin County Volunteer Recognition Month and the week of April 6 as National Volunteer Recognition Week and to recognize the Volunteer of the Year, the Student Intern of the Year and the Supervisor of Volunteers/Student Interns of the Year.
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See the proclamation about County volunteers.
The Board recognized the following individuals for the year 2013-2014:
Rolando Jorquer: Outstanding Student Intern of the Year
Don Keylon, Marin County Fire Department: Outstanding Supervisor of Volunteers of the Year
Jean S. Walker: Outstanding Volunteer of the Year
Maureen Parton, aide to Supervisor Sears
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The Board will hear a request to authorize the Board President to execute a $25,000 sponsorship agreement with Bike Monkey to support construction of the Stafford Lake Bike Park at Stafford Lake County Park west of Novato. Approval would bring total funds available to construct the bike park to nearly $392,000, or 82 percent of the Phase I $480,000 construction estimate, and 46 percent of the $850,000 total park fundraising goal.
See the agreement for the sponsorship.
The Board authorized the agreement.
Stephen Petterle, Marin County Parks
The Board will consider an application for one vacancy on the Marin Community Foundation Board of Trustees and one on the County Service Area (CSA) #18 Advisory Board (Las Gallinas).
See the Cyberagenda for details on the interviews/appointments, or the Boards and Commissions page.
The Board made the following appointments:
Marin Community Foundation Board of Trustees: Marilee Eckert
County Service Area #18 Advisory Board (Las Gallinas): Nanni Wurl
Clerk of the Board staff
The Board will conduct a hearing in consideration of Wedman et al. Appeal of the Planning Commission’s approval of the Don Angelo Design Review for the property at 110 Rosario Road/195 Resaca Ave., Forest Knolls (APN 169-243-16). On Feb. 10, the Planning Commission upheld by a 7-0 vote the administrative decision that conditionally approved the application to construct a new 1,932-square-foot residence with a parking pad on a 10,206-square-foot lot. On behalf of the Planning Commission, staff recommends the Board deny the appeal filed by Brady Wedman, et. al., and sustain the Planning Commission's action by adopting a resolution to approve the project.
See the letter about the appeal.
The Board adopted Resolution No. 2014-25 denying the Wedman et al. appeal and conditionally approving the Don Angelo Design Review.
Brian Crawford, Director, Community Development Agency
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