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Tam Valley NRG Sea Level Rise Community Forum - Shared screen with speaker view
Laura Taichman
48:40
Thanks for all you’ve done! Wondering if you have any sense of how sea level rise impacts earthquake risk. Thanks!
Ed Rusky, Mill Valley, CA
51:55
Lots being done! Thank you very much.
David Schnee
52:07
Veronica - In addition to preserving Bothin Marsh - do any of the options add protections to Tam Jct and Birdland?
Chris Choo
52:52
cchoo@marincounty.org for any questions! I just attached the slides, which also includes a link to the new website.
Veronica Pearson
53:31
For more information on the Evolving Shorelines Project, visit onetam.org/bothin or contact vpearson@marincounty.org
Kristina Feller
54:18
Thank you Chris and Veronica!
Veronica Pearson
58:07
Work at Bothin Marsh would help reduce impacts from storm surge, and could potentially include components to address flooding on Almonte/Miller, but it must be done along with other improvements outside of the Preserve.
David Schnee
59:02
Thanks!
Howard Gillis
01:00:20
Thank you all-informative presentations! To your knowledge how well informed are Mill Valley City Council members about SLR issues? How involved is the City Council now in proactively dealing with mitigation measure?
Barbara Rowe
01:03:23
can'thear matt
shere goo
01:03:56
Sounds good
Joseph Reilly
01:10:06
Where are the vessels berthed?
Matthew Bouchard
01:13:48
mbouchard@smfd.org
Matthew Bouchard
01:15:13
Marin Division Battalion Chief Matt Bouchard Southern Marin Fire District. 415-629-8590
mia monroe
01:16:14
NPS is a proud neighbor of these communities and wishes to collaborate, work together esp through OneTam...mia
Joe Matazzoni
01:17:35
Is this where we should post questions?
Douglas Wallace
01:17:42
YES
kevin conger
01:17:48
Can you speak to how the County is tracking Federal and State Bills and funding streams for resilience projects?
Joe Matazzoni
01:18:04
Is there any plan to mitigate the flooding on the Mill Valley freeway exit? It gets worse every year.
Joe Matazzoni
01:19:42
This is the main entryway to our town and closing it has impacts to the lives of all our citizens and tourists.
Joe Matazzoni
01:19:50
Sorry, I meant and businesses.
David Schnee
01:20:17
What strategies are being explored to prevent flooding of Tam Junction, Birdland, and beyond?
Lisa Parker
01:20:20
This has been an urgent issue for many years and we hear about flood mitigation and preparation but not about solutions that are being considered by the County and State. Can you shed light on how far those discussion have gone?
Martin Kitzel
01:23:24
can transportation dollars be tapped for some of the infrastructure hardening?
Mickey Allison
01:23:30
Is there currently any consideration to stop development in former marshlands (ie Manzanita) or considering buyouts so that former marshland might be restored?
Andrew Bro & Adrienne Donley
01:23:55
Is Marin Parks officially endorsing any one of the three multi-use trail options?
Jack Liebster
01:25:48
SB 45 would allocate $5.5 B for climate resiliency. Their measure is called (another deep breath):The Wildfire Prevention, Safe Drinking Water, Drought Preparation, and Flood Protection Bond Act of 2022.Introduced today, SB 45 would allocate $5.5 B for climate resiliency.The Wildfire Prevention, Safe Drinking Water, Drought Preparation, and Flood Protection Bond Act of 2022This year, the legislature (by a 2/3rd vote), and the Governor must agree on what goes on the Nov. 2022 ballot
Jack Liebster
01:26:49
sorry for the duplication
Jeremy Burnett
01:32:03
Any chance of a seawall/tidal barrier of sorts across the mouth of Richardson Bay, between Belvedere and Sausalito? Thanks to all for this excellent presentation
Mickey Allison
01:34:51
If property rights take precedence could a substantial bond be required for future mitgation
Ted Barone
01:36:43
How practical would it be to raise homes, streets, utility lines, etc, particularly in Birdland and Kay Park?
David Schonbrunn
01:39:19
I proposed to BCDC that what's needed is state law that says after a specified date, that any project built with risk of flood is on its own if flooding does occur.
Rob LaPorte
01:39:28
I just want to acknowledge the importance of having this open dialogue and commend the Neighborhood Response Group for hosting.
Martin Kitzel
01:41:29
Could a new levee be built at the edge of the marsh that could also have a road on it to address traffic issues and SLR?
kevin conger
01:44:51
thank you to the great speakers and thinkers!
Alan Jones
01:44:59
Thank you all. Awesome that so many are interested in addressing this on a community level.
Chris Choo
01:45:07
Please do reach out with any questions or comments! I welcome the conversation with any and all of you on the topic. It is complicated, but it's a topic that I'm always thinking of!
David Schnee
01:45:12
Thank all!
Sara Huang
01:45:40
thank you again for putting this together for us.
Heather Abrams
01:45:47
Thanks all!
Annie Maguire
01:46:13
thanks!
Pam Keon
01:46:32
Great job - thanks so much!
Lisa Parker
01:46:53
Should I sell my house?
Veronica Pearson
01:50:05
It has been great talking with you all. I must sign off now and put the kids to bed.
Chris Choo
01:51:20
Lisa, I think it depends on your financial goals and risk tolerance. Feel free to call me with any questions.
Matthew Bouchard
01:53:07
Signing off. Thanks for the opportunity to speak but more importantly listen to you all. Call or email anytime for more dialog.
Fred Silverman
01:53:34
Thanks. Glad I was here.
Andrew Bro & Adrienne Donley
01:54:46
Really appreciate this - excited to figure out how we can get involved to help
Jack Liebster
01:58:34
jlie
Jack Liebster
01:58:52
jliebster@marincounty.org
D W
01:59:22
thanks much... good to know we have so many talented people in the area
Jack Liebster
02:02:44
Thank you very much!
Sarah Estes-Smith
02:03:09
Thank you!
Angel Moore
02:03:21
thank you!
Olivia Jacobs
02:04:17
All - I can send my information to those interested in groundwater flooding. Jim Jacobs, JJacobs@clearwatergroup.com