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 visit the Cyberagenda for copies of complete agendas as well as copies of reports and archived videos, minutes, agendas and staff reports.

This Week: June 26th Recap:


Potential November Funding Measure for Parks, Open Space, and Agricultural Preservation: Poll Results Considered and Next Steps Discussed


On May 15th, the Board directed staff to conduct a survey to test voter support for a proposed countywide sales tax increase, funding from which would be dedicated towards parks, open space and agricultural land preservation.  After hearing a presentation on those survey results and testimony from the public, the Board directed staff to return on July 24th for a final decision as to whether such a measure will be placed on the ballot.


See the full report


Tolling Agreement for Potential Housing Litigation Authorized

The Board entered into a "tolling agreement" in order to extend the statute of limitations for any potential legal challenge to the County's Housing Element, a document that is being actively worked on by County staff but which has not yet been approved by the State. 


Need more info?

See the staff report or tolling agreement


Previews – There is no Board meeting on July 3rd. The next meeting of the Board of Supervisors will be Tuesday, July 10th. Have a great Fourth of July!

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