SBCAN SC Roundtable date changed to Sept 22

We hope you  had a good summer and that you will join us for our first South County Roundtable meeting of fall 2017. We have changed the meeting date this month from our usual second Friday to Friday, September 22 at noon at Union Bank’s Community Room, 15 East Carrillo, Santa Barbara.

The draft agenda is below. It includes important items about Tajiguas Landfill, Santa Barbara's housing issues, issues in Goleta, and a chance for other issues to be brought to SBCAN's attention.

Please join us on September 22 at noon and please let me know if there are other issues that need to be discussed at this meeting.

Ken Hough
SBCAN Executive Director
ken@sbcan.org

SBCAN South County Roundtable

Friday, September 22, 2017, Noon

Union Bank’s Community Room, 15 East Carrillo St., Santa Barbara, CA

AGENDA

 (times are approximate)

  1. Call to Order by Chair Dick Flacks. Introductions; Agenda Review (5 min.)
  2. Tajiguas Landfill Comprehensive Plan Amendment. Marc Chytilo, who is representing the Gaviota Coast Conservancy, and Sigrid Wright, of the Community Environmental Council, will explain why they are opposing the amendment. Leslie Wells, program manager for County Public Works and Mark Schleich, deputy director of Public Works will provide background information about the project. The Planning Commission recently approved the amendment and related actions. (30 min.)
  3. Status of Average Unit Density and Tenants Rights in the City of Santa Barbara. Frank Rodriguez of CAUSE will update us on these issues. (20 min.)
  4. Discussion of Goleta Issues including Goleta Beach and the Eucalyptus Situation at the Elwood Butterfly Grove. (10 min.)
  5. Brief updates from participants. (2 to 5 min. each)
  6. Open discussion about other items of interest.(10 min.)
  7. Next meeting.  Our next meeting is scheduled for October 13.
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