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Supervisors to Appoint Fire Chief, Present Several Awards

A preview of the Dec. 11 Marin County Board of Supervisors meeting.

Previews & Reviews:  Marin County Board of Supervisors Meeting Highlights

The following provides a list of selected highlights from the Board agenda, and is not meant to be an exhaustive list of the entire agenda.  Please check out the Cyberagenda for a copy of the complete agenda as well as copies of these reports and others.

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Highlights of the Dec. 11 Board Meeting:

  1. Employee of the Month Award
  2. Employee Team of the Quarter
  3. Fire Chief Appointment
  4. Life Boat Award for Maggie Lang
  5. 2013 State and Federal Legislative Program
  6. Agreement with Theatrical Stage Employees Union
  7. Coastal Program Amendment

1. Employee of the Month Award

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At 9am, the Board will honor Anthony Puga with the Employee of the Month award. As the Library Desk Supervisor for the Fairfax Branch Library, Anthony has greatly contributed to the Library’s Spanish Services blog, was instrumental in implementing new check-out procedures, and trained all staff on social media and the new circulation software. Anthony provides excellent service to everyone he comes in contact with.

Need more info?

Contact: Clerk of the Board staff

2. Employee Team of the Quarter

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The Board will honor the Sheriff's Office Investigations Division with the Outstanding Team of the Quarter Award. This team works tirelessly together to uncover, investigate, and follow every possible lead to resolve criminal cases.

Need more info?

Contact: Clerk of the Board staff

3. Fire Chief Appointment

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The Board will confirm the appointment of Jason Weber, the interim Fire Chief of the Marin County Fire Department, as the permanent head of the 86 person department. Weber has been Deputy Fire Chief since 2010, and prior to that, a Battalion Chief -Training Officer since 2008. Weber was selected from a pool of 49 applicants and seven finalists. A reception will follow in the Board chambers lobby area.

Need more info?

See the report on the Fire Chief Appointment

Contact: Mike Giannini, Battlion Chief

4. Life Boat Award for Maggie Lang

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At the request of Supervisor Adams, the Board will recognize Maggie Lang with a "Lifeboat" award. Each year, the Board honors a community resident with this award who has provided exemplary assistance to the County of Marin in the area of emergency preparedness.

Need more info?

Contact: Clerk of the Board staff

5. 2013 State and Federal Legislative Program

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The Board will consider adopting the 2013 state and federal legislative program. This high-level policy document is designed to provide direction to County staff and advocates who are charged with advancing the County's interests in Sacramento and Washington DC.

Need more info?

See the full report on the 2013 draft legislative program

Contact: Eric Engelbart, County Administrator's Office

6. Agreement with Theatrical Stage Employees Union

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The Board will consider authorizing a new collective bargaining agreement with the International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees (“IATSE”) - Local 16. The proposed agreement is consistent with the County's priorities and with other bargaining agreements that have been recently adopted.

Need more info?

See the report on the collective bargaining agreement

Contact: Angela Nicholson, Human Resources Dept

7. Coastal Program Amendment

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The Board will hold its third public hearing on the proposed amendments to the County's Local Coastal Program. This hearing will focus on sections governing the built environment, socioeconomics, and other selected topics.

Need more info?

See the report on the Coastal Program

Contact: Jack Liebster, Community Development Agency

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For highlights of prior Board Meetings, please click on the archive button on the right side of the Board Actions and Issues page

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