San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #16 – December 9, 2015

AGENDA

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
State Coastal Conservancy
1330 Broadway, 11th Floor Conference Room
Oakland, California

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Desired Outcomes of Meeting:

  • Attendees are informed of Water Trail-related activities, progress, and accomplishments;
  • Attendees learn of potential and planned improvements to Point Isabel Regional Shoreline and Coyote Point Regional Park;
  • Attendees are informed of grant applications for the Berkeley Marina Small Boat Launch and Petaluma River Turning Basin; and
  • After receiving Advisory Committee guidance, Project Management Team makes consensus-based decisions on trailhead designation for the Petaluma River Turning Basin and Petaluma Marina.

Time – Agenda Items

10:00 – Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Review, and Meeting Ground Rules

10:10 – New Advisory Committee Members and Alternates for Bay Access, Inc., the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Hospitality Industry

10:15 – Updates and Announcements from Water Trail Staff, Project Management Team, and Advisory Committee Members

10:35 – Update on Point Isabel Regional Shoreline (Contra Costa County)

10:45 – Presentation on Coyote Point Regional Park (San Mateo County)

11:10 – Discussion of Grant Application for Berkeley Marina Small Boat Launch and Issues Related to the California Environmental Quality Act

11:20 – Break

11:30 – Trailhead Designation Consideration and Discussion of Grant Application and Issues Related to the California Environmental Quality Act: Petaluma River Turning Basin (City of Petaluma, Sonoma County)

  • Presentation and Site Description review
  • Discussion with Advisory Committee
  • Public comments
  • Advisory Committee consensus guidance to Project Management Team on trailhead designation
  • Project Management Team discussion and decision on conditional designation

12:25 – Trailhead Designation Consideration: Petaluma Marina (City of Petaluma, Sonoma County)

  • Presentation and Site Description review
  • Discussion with Advisory Committee
  • Public comments
  • Advisory Committee consensus guidance to Project Management Team on trailhead designation
  • Project Management Team discussion and decision on conditional designation

12:55 – Public Comment

1:00 – Adjourn

Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Project Management Team; times are approximate.

Questions regarding this meeting may be addressed to Dick Wayman, Coastal Conservancy Project Manager at (510) 286-4182, or Dick.Wayman@scc.ca.gov.

The meeting room is wheelchair accessible. Any person who has a disability and requires reasonable accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact Dick Wayman (contact information above) no later than five days prior to the meeting.

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