MCC Meeting, April 23, 7pm
Friday, April 18, 2014 at 11:28AM
Lisa Ketcham

Regular AGENDA

Rodenticides - Poison baits used to control rodents, and the unintended secondary poisoning of wildlife and pets that eat dead or dying rodents that have consumed these baits.  Informational presentation by representative for Raptors Are The Solution (RATS), a Bay Area conservation group working to eradicate anticoagulants from our ecosystem.  
More background:
Center for Biological Diversity - Rodenticides
California Dept of Fish & Wildlife - Rodenticides
California City and County Rodenticide Resolutions
Integrated Pest Management - Rats (National Park Service)
SMC Vector Control - Rodents
Safe Rodent Control Resource Center
Marin County Rat Management Plan uses no poison.

Montara Coast 7th Street fence - County staff will present the plan for removal of the fence that closes off the coastal end of 7th Street and installation of guardrails for vehicle safety.   Desired Outcome:  Informational  
(Seacliff fence was removed in June 2013 at MCC request) 

Moss Beach Skate Park - a community discussion:
--Safety and the future of public access at the 11-acre parcel owned by California School Employees Association (CSEA) in northern Moss Beach.  In addition to WWII barracks foundations and MWSD water storage tanks, the parcel contains a user-built concrete skate park, which appears slated for demolition by the property owner.
--The need for a Midcoast skate park - where, how, who can get it done? Questions or concerns about the CSEA property may be directed to the property manager Roy Ramos.
HMB Review articles/comments: 3/28/14, 4/17/14, 4/22/14

Location: Granada Sanitary District (GSD) meeting room,
504 Ave Alhambra, 3rd Floor, El Granada

UPDATE:  4/23/14 MINUTES - VIDEO

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