REGULAR MEETING OF THE WATERFRONT
MAY 9, 2001 AT 7:00 PM
Hs LORDSHIPS RESTAURANT
1999 SEAWALL DRIVE ON THE BERKELEY MARINA
- Paul Kamen, Chair
District 1 -Brad Smith, Vice Chair
2 -Claudia Kawczynska
District 3 – Vacancy
4 – Michael Minasian
District 5 –Janet Cobb
6 – Justine Staneko
District 7 - Vacancy
8 - Joan Collignon
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A G E N D A
1. CALL TO ORDER Chair will call the meeting to order and Secretary will
call the roll.
PUBLIC COMMENT Requests
to speak must be submitted by 7:00 PM or prior to the end of Public
Approval of Agenda.
Approval of Minutes from the April 11, 2001 meeting. *
Approval of Minutes from the May 2, 2002 meeting. *
Aquatic Park (Kawczynska)
Berthing Policies (Kamen)
Marina Ordinance Status. Staff will discuss the current work
on final changes to the Marina Ordinance. A completed draft copy may be
available for Commission review.
Non-electric Berthers. The
Commission will discuss the possibility of berthers electing not to use
power provided to the slip. (Kamen)
Budget Update. Staff will provide the most recent 5-year
projections and discuss the City’s pending loan application to the State
Department of Boating and Waterways. The
Commission may take action to adopt the most recent 5-year projections. (to
Report on Eastshore State Park. The Commission will discuss
the public workshop meeting held April 26th and the upcoming
joint Commission meeting to be held on May 21st. *
Houseboat Stability. The
Commission will discuss Sausalito’s houseboat code for new additions and
modifications on existing facilities. (Cobb)
AB45x. Assembly bill presentation by Paul Fenn. (Cobb)
Draft Naming Policy. The Parks and Recreation Commission has
been reviewing a policy for renaming City facilities. The Commission can
review the policy and provide comments for consideration. *
Methane Cogeneration Update.
Staff will provide a
verbal report on the Current status of a proposal to evaluate the
cogeneration potential of methane collected at Cesar Chavez Park.
Occupancy report *
Gary Jennings letter to Commission*
Overhang project to measure length of vessels. *
Current status of temporary berthing. *
Staff report regarding the Coastal Commission’s approval for
$250,000 grant to design bay trails through the Marina.
7f. Copy of Council report
extending the Term of the Waterfront Commission. *
Indicates that a written report is available.
The Commission may move Information Report to the Action Calendar