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State of California • Natural Resources Agency
Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor


Department of Parks and Recreation
BOATING AND WATERWAYS COMMISSION
One Capitol Mall, Sute 500
Sacramento, California 95814
COMMISSION MEMBERS
Randy Short, Chair
Virginia Madueño, Vice Chair
Cecily Harris
David Livingston
Douglas Metz
Frank Peralta
Katherine Pettibone
AGENDA
Regular Meeting of the Boating and Waterways Commission
April 5, 2017

Friends of Banning's Landing
Avalon Boulevard at 100 E Water Street
Wilmington, California 90744

All items on this Agenda are subject to action by the Commission.
All items on this Agenda will be conducted in Open Session unless noted.
I.
 CONVENE – 9:00 a.m.
- Chairman Short
II.
 INTRODUCTION OF COMMISSIONERS AND STAFF
- Chairman Short
III.
 APPROVAL OF MINUTES
- Chairman Short
IV.
 COMMISSIONERS ACTIVITIES UPDATE
- Chairman Short
V.
 DEPUTY DIRECTORS REPORT
- Deputy Director Sadler

  • Division Activities Update
  • Legislative Update

VI.
 PUBLIC COMMENTS     (1)(a) (b) (c)
(On subjects other than agenda items listed herein)
- Chairman Short
VII.
 ADVICE AND COMMENT REGARDING BOAT LAUNCHING FACILTY GRANTS       Motion and  Vote

  • Morro Bay Boat Launching Facility
$250,000
- Ms. Clauser
VIII.
 ADVISE AND COMMENT REGARDING PRIVATE LOAN      Motion and Vote

  • Treasure Island Marina
$4,200,000
- Ms. Dill
IX.
 GOVERNANCE


  • Proposed Commission Committees
    • Facilitate public input from stakeholders
- Chairman Short
X.
 RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENTS REGARDING DIVISION PROGRAMS


  • Boating Safety Marine Patrol Training Program
  • For Hire Operators Vessel Licensing Program
  • Yacht and Ship Broker/Salesperson Licensing Program
- Mr. Carroll
- Ms. Dugger
- Mr. Massey
XI.
 CONFIRMATION OF FUTURE MEETING DATES
- Chairman Short

  • August 2017 – TBA
  • November 2017 – TBA

XII.
 SUGGESTED AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT MEETING
- Chairman Short
XIII.
ADJOURN
- Chairman Short
The Public may address each item on the agenda before or during the Commission's discussion or consideration of the item, as determined by the Chair. The Commission reserves the right to change the order of or eliminate items on the agenda.

(1) PUBLIC COMMENT
(a)
Agenda Items: The Chair will entertain public comment as the Commission takes up agenda Items. Comments will be limited to three (3) minutes. Those individuals wishing to comment on agenda items should fill out the green "Public Comment – Agenda Items" form and submit it to the Commission recording secretary.
(b)
Public comment period for all Non-Agenda Items: Those persons wishing to address the Commission\ on non-agenda items during the public comment period should fill out the blue Public Comment Form for Items Not on the Agenda form and submit it to the Commission recording secretary.
(c)
Written materials: Members of the public presenting written or graphic materials as part of their public comments to the Commission are requested to provide eight (8) copies to the Commission recording secretary.