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Evolving Shorelines Virtual Happy Hour - Shared screen with speaker view
Rob LaPorte (Host)
17:42
- Due to size of group, please reserve questions until the end of the presentation.- Please keep yourself ‘muted’ if not speaking- Feel free to enter comments or questions into the chat during the presentation, we will address at the end.
Rob LaPorte (Host)
21:35
For more information on Pathway repaving maintenance, feel free to email Nancy Peake at npeake@marincounty.org
Rob LaPorte (Host)
25:03
For a link to the Initial Planning Memo please visit onetam.org/bothin
Wendi Kallins
39:20
you mentioned moving the trail. Can you talk more about the possible locations
Pam Reaves
40:04
in this plan, how have you taken Marin city and the bathtub effect the area has
Frederick Baumer
40:39
Have any funds been allocated for these proposed improvements, and what other sources do we hope to tap?
David Suto
42:13
are we there any plans to integrate marsh plans with adaptation of surrounding communities. tam junction and marin city both will be impacted by any changes
Alan Jones
42:39
Have you considered allowing the expansion of the marsh as sea level rise begins to impact the area? Any consideration for coordinating with Planning to integrate with impact on surrounding neighborhoods?
Tanya Baxter
42:46
What is the collaboration with Caldrons on the current flooding at hwy 101 Tennessee Valley exit? Will there be any modifications that can be done at this section that will tie into the planning?
Tanya Baxter
43:02
Caldrons = Caltrans
David Suto
43:32
will the short term maintenance involve any elevation changes?
Betsy Bikle
43:56
We hear about sediments; they come from up in the watershed creeks - where can we learn more about them? Those of us who want to care for the watershed, what should be our information about sediments.
Max Korten
44:20
Short term maintenance does not involve any elevation change
Eddie Divita
50:13
@Betsy Bickle - Take a look at SFEI’s Healthy Watersheds Resilient Baylands project. They have some really great resources to help understand the connections between the creeks and the Bay.
Eddie Divita
50:44
sfei.org/healthy-watersheds-resilient-baylands
Chris Choo
51:26
I'm happy to chat with folks about other related Caltrans/Manzanita/Marin City work. cchoo@marincounty.org
Pam Reaves
51:45
how will you be engaging Marin fury residents?
Nicholas Conroy
51:52
How are we measuring the ecologic impact associated with each option for expanding the trail? Are there similar examples we are looking at to benchmark?
Pam Reaves
52:06
fury= city
Chris Choo
52:54
We are working with Marin City on flooding and sea level rise
Max Korten
55:16
One interesting example of similar work to check out is Bruner Marsh in Richmond
Betsy Bikle
57:57
Portions of Mill Valley residential will be flooded - what's happening regarding that?
Jack Liebster
58:31
How will you identify any impacts on surrounding exusting development?
Alan Jones
59:52
How about letting the water in and turning the residential areas into marsh communitites?
Jack Liebster
01:01:13
looking to the longer run, what is the relationship of planning for SLR impacts on Tennesee valley and options for what happens in the marsh?
Jack Liebster
01:01:48
would that be addressed in CEQA?
Pam Reaves
01:03:50
Alan, imagine how the history. of the communities. where can they go? it’s a very large population and many are connected together.
Stephanie Moulton-Peters
01:04:15
As part of community outreach, informational I’d suggest presentations to MV City Council, TCSD Board, Marin City CSD Board.
Max Korten
01:04:34
Great idea - thank you
Charles Gardiner
01:06:26
What about the bicycle community?
Betsy Bikle
01:08:37
The Seniors for Peace at the Redwoods holds good programs. Perhaps you can reach out to them.
Rita
01:09:36
Thank you! I use the trail often, and appreciate all the good work being done on it, and planned for the future.
Maureen Parton
01:09:36
I'm happy to help put you in touch with Helen Anderson who helps lead the Seniors for Peace and helps with programming there. They ZOOM!
Stephanie Moulton-Peters
01:09:51
Great job everyone! Thank you
Juliette Hart
01:10:00
Thank you! Really interesting!
Ashley Eagle-Gibbs, EAC
01:10:12
Thank you!