Governing Board

 

MEETING AGENDA

April 11, 2018

11:00 A.M – 3:00 P.M

 

Meeting Location:

City of Santa Rosa – Council Chamber Room

100 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa CA 95404

 

For additional information, please contact

Anulika White, Clerk of the Governing Board: (510) 286-0343

 

Agenda and attachments available at:

www.sfbayrestore.org

 

The Governing Board may take action on any item on this agenda.

 

 

1.      Call to Order

Chair Dave Pine, Supervisor, County of San Mateo, will call the meeting to order.

 

2.      Roll Call

 

3.      Public Comments (Information)

 

4.      Board Member Announcements (Information)

 

5.      Chair’s Report (Information)

Dave Pine, Chair

 

6.      Executive Reports (Action)

 Sam Schuchat, Executive Officer

Attachment 1: Resolution 42 to Change the Location of the Authority’s September 2018 Governing Board Meeting

Attachment 2: 2018-Revised Meeting Schedule and Locations

 

7.      Approval of Summary Minutes of February 02, 2018 (Action)

Item 7: Summary Minutes for February 02, 2018

 

8.      Presentation on Coordinated Permitting Approach (Information)

Amy Hutzel, Deputy Executive Officer, Larry Goldzband, Executive Director, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission & Mike Mielke, Sr. Vice-President, Energy and Environment, Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Attachment 1: Permit Coordination Efforts

 

Grant Items (Action)

 

9.   Grant Item Overview (Information)

      Matt Gerhart, Program Manager

      Attachment 1: Overview of Round 1 Grant Recommendation

 

NORTH

10.  Consideration and possible Restoration Authority authorization to disburse up to $1,610,000 to Montezuma Wetlands LLC to complete the Montezuma Wetlands Restoration Project, Phase 1, which includes tidal and seasonal wetland restoration on 630 acres of diked baylands and enhancement of adjacent uplands in Suisun Marsh, Solano County. [Laura Cholodenko]

11.  Consideration and possible Restoration Authority authorization to disburse up to $150,000 to the Sonoma Land Trust to develop a strategy for landscape-scale restoration, flood protection and public access in the Lower Sonoma Creek portion of the San Pablo Baylands in Sonoma County. [Jessica Davenport]

12.  Consideration and possible Restoration Authority authorization to disburse up to $2,661,264 to Point Reyes Bird Observatory to restore 1.31 linear miles of critical wetland-upland transition zone habitat in the North Bay. [Caitlin Sweeney]

13.  Consideration and possible Restoration Authority authorization to disburse up to $630,000 to the Marin County Flood Control District to prepare detailed designs, permit applications, and environmental documentation for the Deer Island Tidal Basin Wetlands Restoration Project, which will include restoration of approximately 194 acres of tidal baylands and creation of 4,500 linear feet of ecotone levees at Deer Island, Novato, Marin County. [Avra Heller]

WEST/SOUTH

 

14.  Consideration and possible Restoration Authority authorization to disburse up to $6,221,730 to Ducks Unlimited, Inc. for planning and construction and $1,200,000 to the California Wildlife Foundation for adaptive management monitoring and studies in order to implement Phase 2 projects of the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project. [Brenda Buxton]

15.  Consideration and possible Restoration Authority authorization to disburse up to $4,439,406 to the Santa Clara Valley Water District for design and implementation of the South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Project in the community of Alviso, City of San José, Santa Clara County. [Brenda Buxton]

EAST

 

16.  Consideration and possible Restoration Authority authorization to disburse up to $539,000 to the City of San Leandro to: 1) to prepare detailed designs, permit applications, and environmental documentation for the conversion of a 4.3-acre wastewater storage basin adjacent to San Leandro’s Water Pollution Control Plant to a multi-benefit treatment wetland, and 2) develop a shoreline resiliency and tidal marsh restoration vison for the surrounding area, in the City of San Leandro, Alameda County. [Caitlin Sweeney]

17.  Consideration and possible Restoration Authority authorization to disburse up to $450,000 to the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) to implement the Encinal Dune Restoration and Shoreline Stabilization Project, consisting of removal of shoreline debris, restoration of dune habitat, and creation of new trail and water access at Encinal Beach, City of Alameda, Alameda County. [Karen McDowell]

 

18.  2016/17 Financial and Annual Program Report (Action)

Sam Schuchat, Executive Officer

Attachment 1: San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority Annual Report 2016-2017

 

19.  Draft Work Plan and Budget (Information) Postponed

Matt Gerhart, Program Manager

Attachment 1: Draft Staff Work Plan

Attachment 2: San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority Proposed Fiscal Year FY18/19 Administrative Budget Detail

Attachment 3: 2018 Multi-Year Restoration Authority Administrative Cash Flow Estimate

 

20.  Resolution to Accept San Francisco and other County Teeter Plan (Action)

Amy Roach, Legal Counsel

Attachment 1: Resolution 43 Accepting Extension of the Teeter Plan to Measure AA Parcel Tax

 

21.  Approval of Revisions to the Parcel Tax Procedures Manual  (Action)

Karen McDowell, Project Manager

Attachment 1: Resolution 44 to Approve Revisions to the Parcel Tax Procedures Manual

Exhibit A: Parcel Tax Procedures Manual

 

22.  Advisory Committee Chair’s Report to the Board (Information)

Luisa Valiela, Advisory Committee Chair

 

23.  Appoint New Advisory Committee Member (Action)

Jessica Davenport, Project Manager

Attachment 1: Resolution 45 to Appoint a New Member to Represent California Audubon on the Advisory Committee

Attachment 2: Resolution 46 to Appoint a New Member to Represent Santa Clara Valley Water District on the Advisory Committee

 

24.  Adjournment

 

Note:   Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Restoration Authority. At any time during the meeting, but prior to the adjournment of the open session of the meeting, the Restoration Authority may recess or adjourn to closed session to consider personnel matters, prices and terms of real estate transactions, and possible and pending litigation. Session will be closed to the public pursuant to attorney-client privilege and statutory authorization under Government Code Sections 11126(a), (c) (7), and (e).

Any person who has a disability and requires reasonable accommodation to participate in this public meeting should contact Anulika White no later than five days prior to meeting.

 

Questions about the meeting or agenda can be directed to Taylor Samuelson at
(510) 286-4182 or
Taylor.Samuelson@scc.ca.gov or at the Conservancy:

1550 Clay Street, 10th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612