Peter Banning, Executive Officer - Evelyn Ellis, Assistant Planner - Candice Bozzard, Commission Clerk
165 North Redwood Drive, Suite 160 San Rafael, California 94903
The staff of Marin LAFCO gratefully acknowledges the time and effort of the County of Marin, City of San Rafael, Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District, Marinwood Community Service District, Central Marin Sanitation Agency and San Rafael Sanitation District who provided information and insight during the preparation of this report.
A. PURPOSES OF SPHERES OF INFLUENCE ADOPTED BY LAFCO
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NOTICE IS HEREBY AND VOLUNTARILY GIVEN BY THE MARIN LOCAL AGENCY FORMATION COMMISSION (LAFCO) that on Thursday, August 14, 2014 at 7:00 P.M. in the City of San Rafael Council Chambers located at 1400 Fifth Avenue, San Rafael, California the agency will consider the following action:
First Reading on Comprehensive Update to Fee Schedule
The referenced hearing is for LAFCO to review a report with recommendations from the Policy Committee to comprehensively update its fee schedule for all types of applications before the agency. The report is being presented for feedback with a recommendation to proceed with the initiation of a formal public review and comment before the Commission considers taking final action at its October 9, 2014 meeting. You may click here to view the associated staff report or to request a written copy please contact our office at (415) 446-4409.
Regular Meeting - August 14, 2014
Regular Meeting - October 9, 2014
Regular Meeting - December 11, 2014
After World War II, California experienced dramatic growth in population and economic development. With this boom came a demand for housing, jobs, and public services. To accommodate this demand, the state approved the formation of many new local government agencies, often with little forethought as to the ultimate governance structures in a given region. The lack of coordination and adequate planning led to a multitude of overlapping, inefficient jurisdictional and service boundaries, and the premature conversion/loss of California’s agricultural and open-space lands.