11:00 - Teleconference/Bay Area Metro Center

Meeting Agenda

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Governing Board

Dave Pine, Supervisor, County of San Mateo, Chair 
John Gioia, Supervisor, County of Contra Costa, Vice Chair 
Aaron Peskin, Supervisor, City and County of San Francisco
Susan Gorin, Supervisor, County of Sonoma 
Karen Holman, Director, Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
Sophie Hahn, Councilmember, City of Berkeley 
Sally Lieber, Councilmember, City of Mountain View
Amy Hutzel, Executive Officer
Amy Roach, General Counsel

Meeting Agenda

DATE: February 25, 2022
TIME: 11:00AM – 1:00PM
LOCATION: Teleconference

TELECONFERENCE INFORMATION: Pursuant to the Ralph M. Brown Act, Government Code Section 54953(e), due to the declared State of Emergency regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and the recommendations to promote social distancing, this Authority meeting will be conducted by teleconference and internet, with no physical public locations. Members of the public may dial into the teleconference and view the presentation on the internet via Zoom with the following steps:

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1. Call to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Public Comments (Information)

4. Board Member Announcements (Information)

5. Chair’s Report (Information)

6. Executive Reports

A. Continuation of Remote Meeting Due to State of Emergency (Action)
Item 6A:
Memo on Continuation of Remote Meetings
Attachment 1: Resolution 89 Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Legislative Bodies of the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority

B. Future Governing Board Meetings on Continuation of Remote Meetings Due to State of Emergency (Action)
Item 6B:
Memo on Additional 2022 San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority Government Board Meetings
Attachment 1: Resolution 90 Adopting the Revised 2022 San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority Governing Board Meeting Schedule

C. Expenditures under Executive Officer’s Delegated Authority (Information)
Item 6C:
Quarterly Report on Expenditures under Delegated Authority

7. Approval of Summary Minutes of December 10, 2021 (Action)
Item 7: 
Summary Minutes for December 10, 2021

8. Approval of Summary Minutes of January 26, 2022 (Action)
Item 8: 
Summary Minutes for January 26, 2022

9. Consideration and Possible Approval of Text of Annual Report (Action)
Taylor Samuelson, Public Information Officer
Karen McDowell, Deputy Program Manager
Item 9: Draft Annual Report of the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority, FY 2020-2021

10. Measure AA Special Parcel Tax Annual Levy Report (Information)
Tim Seufert, Managing Director, NBS
Item 10: 2021/22 Annual Levy Report for Measure AA Special Parcel Tax

11. Advisory Committee Voting Procedure (Action) 
Jessica Davenport, Deputy Program Manager
Item 11: Memo on Changes to Advisory Committee Voting Procedure
Attachment 1: Resolution 91 Amending the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority Advisory Committee Procedural Document


12. Bay Restoration: Youth Engagement and Service Learning in East Oakland
Consideration and Authorization to disburse up to $99,173 to Planting Justice to: 1) develop a curriculum for training youth interns through a series of ten workshops; 2) conduct the workshops to train approximately 20 youth interns in environmental justice issues and San Francisco Bay habitat restoration techniques; and 3) lead the youth interns in shoreline cleanup, invasive plant removal, and habitat restoration work at the Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline in Alameda County. [Virgilio Cuasay] 

13. Grant Round 5 Overview (Information)
Jessica Davenport, Deputy Program Manager
Item 13: Staff’s Anticipated Recommendation on Projects to be Considered for Funding in Fifth Grant Round
Attachment 1: Grant Round 5 Summary Table

14. Watershed Management Approaches to Getting Sediment to Bay Wetlands (Information)
Scott Dusterhoff, San Francisco Estuary Institute
Item 14: Sediment for Survival: A Strategy for the Resilience of Bay Wetlands in the Lower San Francisco Estuary, Executive Summary

15. Expressing Support for Bay Adapt Joint Platform (Action)
Dana Brechwald, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission
Item 15: Resolution 92 to Express Support for Bay Adapt: Regional Strategy for a Rising Bay
Attachment 1: Summary of Bay Adapt Joint Platform

16. Adjournment

Note: Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Restoration Authority. Any person who has a disability and requires reasonable accommodation to participate in this public meeting should contact Taylor Samuelson no later than five days prior to meeting.   

Questions about the meeting or agenda can be directed to Taylor Samuelson at Taylor.Samuelson@scc.ca.gov