Supervisors Sears’ Meeting Preview for April 17th

Current Board Actions and Issues

Highlights of the Marin County Board of Supervisors Agenda

  

Previews & Reviews:  Board Meeting Highlights

The following provides a list of selected highlights from the Board agenda, and is not meant to be an exhaustive list of the entire agenda.  Please check out the Cyberagenda for a copy of the complete agenda as well as copies of these reports and others. 

There was no Board meeting on April 10th


Previews of Upcoming Items

The next Board meeting is April 17th  

 

  • 1.  Board to Proclaim April as Volunteer Recognition Month
  • 2.  McInnis Park Golf Center Agreement to be Considered
  • 3.  Board to Appoint Health Council and Mental Health Board Members and Commissioners
  • 4.  Final Action to be Taken on Organic Certification Process Amendments
  • 5.  Sheriff's Re-entry Team to be Recognized

 

 

1  1. Board to Proclaim April as Volunteer Recognition Month 

At the request of Supervisor Kinsey, the Board will consider a resolution proclaiming April 2012, as "Marin County Volunteer Recognition Month” and the week of April 15-21 as “National Volunteer Recognition Week."   The resolution is designed to honor the important work that is provided to the Marin community by volunteers.

 Need more info? 

Contact:  Clerk of the Board staff at bos@marincounty.org 

 

2  2. McInnis Park Golf Center Agreement to be Considered

The Board will consider an agreement with the Tayman Golf Group, Inc. for the lease and operation of the McInnis Golf Park Center.  In return for use of the facility, the County will be paid annual rent based upon a percentage of gross revenues at the facility, with a minimum annual rent of $350,000.  The Tayman Park Golf Group is owned by golf professionals Jimmy Stewart and Frank Johnson. 

Need more info?  See the full report

Contact: Kallie Bechler-Lafleche, Parks Department at kbechler-lafleche@marincounty.org

 

3  3. Board to Appoint Health Council and Mental Health Board Members and Commissioners

•       Health Council of Marin

•       Mental Health Board

Need more info? 

Contact:  Clerk of the Board staff at bos@marincounty.org

 

4  4. Final Action to be Taken on Organic Certification Process Amendments

The Board is scheduled to complete its second reading of an ordinance that regulates how organic products are certified in Marin County.  Key changes include making direct references to the National Organic Program regulations and allowing fees to be amended by resolution of the Board of Supervisors.  By directly referencing the federal program, interested parties will have access to the most current and accurate information regarding the National Organic Program requirements.

 Need more info? See the full report

Contact: Stefan Parnay, Deputy Agricultural Commissioner at sparnay@marincounty.org

 

 5.  Sheriff’s Re-Entry Team to be Recognized

The Sheriff’s Re-Entry Team, led by Sergeant Jim Hickey and Deputy Sheriff Corey Monge, will be presented with the “Outstanding Team of the Quarter” award in recognition of their work for the Marin community.  The re-entry team assists individuals as they transition back into the community once released from jail and ensures they receive the needed resources to make their transition a success.  To date, the Re-Entry Team has assisted over 200 inmates with their return to the community, with outstanding results.

 Need more info? 

Contact: Stacy Bakke, Marin County Sheriff’s Office at sbakke@marincounty.org

 

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