County of Marin District 3 Newsletter Update

Current Board Actions and Issues

Highlights of the Marin County Board of Supervisors Agenda


Courtesy of Supervisor Kate Sears, 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 the Cyberagenda for a copy of the complete agenda as well as copies of these reports and others. 

Previews - Upcoming Items of the Board meeting on June 12th


Board to Recognize Marin Community Clinics 40th Anniversary and Summer Solstice 2012 honorees

At the request of Supervisor Adams, the Board will consider adopting resolutions recognizing the 40th anniversary of the Marin Community Clinics as well as honorees of this organization’s Summer Solstice 2012 celebration. Marin Community Clinics provides a vital link for thousands of uninsured and low-income women, men, and children in Marin County who cannot afford health insurance or private health care. Each year, this organization holds a summer solstice celebration at which they honor exceptional Marin residents for their assistance to the program.  This year, honorees include Kevin Harrington, M.D., and Bobbie Wunsch, M.B.A.


See the draft resolutions or the Community Clinics’ website


In-Home Supportive Services Annual Report to be Heard

The Board will hear an overview of the In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Annual Report for Marin County.  IHSS is a program that provides services to seniors, the disabled, or the blind in order to enable them to remain safely in their own home.



San Rafael SMART Train Station Designs to be Reviewed

At 11:30, the Board will hear a report from the City of San Rafael regarding several San Rafael station development alternatives for the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) train. 


See the draft report


Bay Creek Development Project to be Considered

At 1:30pm, the Board will hear a presentation on the merits of the Bay Creek Development proposal, located at 650 North San Pedro Road in San Rafael. The project includes the proposed subdivision of five existing lots into a total of 12 residential lots. The project was previously reviewed by the Planning Commission on November 28, 2011, where it was found to be inconsistent with pertinent land use regulations.  


See the Staff Report or Draft Resolution



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