REGULAR MEETING OF THE WATERFRONT COMMISSION
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2001 AT 7:00 PM
Hs LORDSHIPS RESTAURANT
1999 SEAWALL DRIVE ON THE BERKELEY MARINA
COMMISSION MEMBERS Mayor – Paul
Kamen, Chair District
1 -Brad Smith, Vice Chair District 8 -
District 2 – Claudia Kawczynska District 3 – Vacancy
District 4 – Michael Minasian District 5 –Janet Cobb
District 6 – Justine Staneko District 7 - Vacancy
Mayor – Paul
Kamen, Chair District
1 -Brad Smith, Vice Chair
District 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.
2. PUBLIC COMMENT Requests to speak must be submitted by 7:00 PM or prior to the end of Public Comment.
3. CONSENT CALENDAR
Approval of Agenda.
Approval of Minutes from the May 9th, 2001 meeting. *
Aquatic Park (Kawczynska)
Berthing Policies (Kamen)
5. ACTION ITEMS
5a. Eastshore State Park. Reconsider action taken at the joint Waterfront/Parks and Recreation Commission meeting. The Commission will discuss the issues raised at the joint meeting and the most recent action passed by the Parks and Recreation Commission . Commission may take action addressing the content of the current plan for Eastshore State Park.
5b. Marina Ordinance. The Commission will review the latest draft of the Marina Ordinance. Action may be taken to modify sections already amended.
5c. K-Dock live-aboard issues. The Commission will discus issues raised at the May 9th City Council meeting regarding Commercial operations on K-Dock and their impact on the live-aboards. Commission may take action regarding policies associated with the activities on K-Dock
5d Lease with Tinkers workshop. Staff will recommend to the Commission a lease agreement with the Tinkers workshop for the Seabird Sailign Center in Aquaitc Park.
5e Electrical power cost increases for the Marina. Staff will update the Commission on the curren rates and discuss possible policy recommendations for the future.
6a Houseboat Berthing. There has been interest expressed for additional houseboat slips. Staff will discuss the current conditions and future actions the Commission may wish to recommend regarding this issue.*
6b. Assembly Bill AB45x. A presentation by Paul Fenn regarding alternative power generating options that could be incorporated at the Marina. (Cobb)
6c. Two cycle engine pollution. The City Council recently asked staff to look into issues related to two cycle engines and if there were ways the City could reduce the pollution in the Marina. Staff wil discuss with the Commission, information regarding this issue and possible options.*
6d. Budget Information. Staff may provide the most current budget information and status of this year's budget and the 5-year projections.*
7. INFORMATION ITEMS
7a. Occupancy report *
7b. Overhang project to measure length of vessels.*
7c. Ground squirrel population project.
7d. Current status on Skates valet service
7e. City council report on Marina fees.
7f. Annual status report by Bayer Corporation.
7g Play structures with arsenic preservative in Berkeley.
7h. Marina Plan and Waterfront Overview.
7i. Summary of upcoming critical dates, meetings and hearings.
7j. Status of grants for Marina projects.
* Indicates that a written report is available.
Note: The Commission may move Information Reports to the Action Calendar