Town Hall offices will be closed Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day.

Town Council Meeting: June 4, 2014

Jun 4 2014

7:00 pm Fairfax Women’s Club

Fairfax Women's Club - 46 Park Road, Fairfax 94930

Preceded by a Special Meeting at 6:00p.m. at Town Hall, 142 Bolinas Road

6:00 PM – Call to order and Adjourn to Closed Session on the following matter:

  1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL pursuant to Government Code Sections 54956(b), 54957.1(a)(5): Consideration of Application of Police Sergeant Stuart Baker for Industrial Disability Retirement
    Government Code section 54956.9(d)(1) and (e)(1): two cases
    Government Code §54956.9(d)(1)
    Egger, et al. v. Gardner, Marin Superior Court No. CV1401704

Reconvene in Open Session at the Women’s Club, 46 Park Road:

7:00 PM – Call to order the Regular Meeting– PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE





The Mayor shall maintain order at the meetings. The Council and the audience are expected to refrain from using profane language and/or ridiculing the character or motives of council members, staff, or members of the public and to maintain the standards of tolerance and civility. Please turn off all cellular phones or place in silent mode.

The Town Council will review the agenda at 10:00 P.M. to ascertain which items, if any, will be continued to another meeting. Any matter not started by 11:30 P.M. will be continued to an adjourned or regular council meeting unless the Council votes to suspend this rule.


  • Fairfax Food Pantry, Saturdays 9-11, Fairfax Community Church, 2398 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, volunteers needed
  • One vacancy on the Affordable Housing Committee (applications at Town Hall and on Town website)
  • One vacancy on the Parks and Recreation Committee (applications at Town Hall and on Town website)
  • Fairfax Farmers Market every Wednesday, Bolinas Park, 4-8pm
  • Fairfax Festival is Saturday & Sunday, June 14 & 1. The parade is at 10 AM on Saturday
  • Fairfax History Night will take place from 6-10pm on Friday June 13th at the Women’s Club
  • Fairfax Open Space Committee will get 10% of Iron Springs Pub and Brewery sales on Tuesday, June 17, from 4-9:30pm. FOSC is currently working with the Marin Open Space Trust and others to preserve the beautiful 16-acre Sky Ranch in the hills above Fairfax. We encourage everybody to come to Iron Springs between 4:00 and 9:30 pm on June 17 and suopport open space preservation in Fairfax.


  1. Approve minutes for the April 4, 2014 Town Council meeting
  2. Accept Financial Statement and Disbursement Reports April 2014
  3. Accept Marin Sanitary Services Quarterly Report (Jan –March 2014)
  4. Approval of Town Manager employment agreement
    Supplemental Packet Item
  5. Approve Revised Town Council meeting schedule for calendar year 2014
  6. Accept status update on the clean-up of the property located at 159 Willow Avenue
  7. Adoption of a resolution adopting an escheatment policy for unclaimed property
  8. Information on non-profit resident fee for the rental of Town facilities and amplified music policies for Town facilities
  9. Reappointment of Two Fairfax Open Space Committee Members
  10. Approval of two-month extension for the current Artist-in-Residence term
  11. Approval of Town sponsorship of the road closure for the Fairfax Festival and Parade on June 14 – 15, 2014
  12. Approval of Town sponsorship of the road closure for the Car Show on Sunday, September 14, 2014
  13. Adoption of a Resolution Setting the Amount of the Special Municipal Services Tax for FY 2014– 2015
  14. Adoption of a Resolution Setting the Amount of the Utility Users Tax for FY 2014-2015
  15. Adoption of a Resolution Setting the Pension Tax Rate to Support Fairfax Pension Obligations for FY 2014 – 2015
  16. Adoption of a Resolution Setting a Fee for the Purpose of Funding Local Stormwater Pollution Prevention Activities for FY 2014-2015
  17. Adoption of Resolution Setting the Tax Rate for the general obligation bonds (Measure K Bond Assessment) for FY 2014-2015
  18. Adoption of a resolution continuing expenditures and revenues in accordance with the 2013-2014 Town Budget and continuing the 2014-2015 Budget Adoption
  19. Adoption of a resolution authorizing execution of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program and HOME program Cooperation Agreement with the County of Marin


  1. Continued consideration of an appeal of Planning Commission denial of a Setback Variance, application 13-23, 130 Wood Lane, to legalize an unpermitted carport within the required 5 foot setback


  1. Discuss status of repeal process of Ordinance No. 778 which, among other things, rezoned properties from CH (Highway Commercial) to CC (Central Commercial), added new PDD (Planned Development District) zoned properties, and rezoned properties PD (Public Domain), and direct staff as appropriate
    Supplemental Packet Item 1
    Supplemental Packet Item 2
  2. Conduct workshop to discuss/consider the extension of the Special Municipal Services Tax for five years and direct staff as appropriate
    Supplemental Packet Item
  3. Adoption of a resolution supporting and endorsing a proposed County of Marin parcel tax as the funding mechanism for the second generation Marin Emergency Radio Authority public safety communications system
  4. Discuss/consider a requirement for all stores, shops, eating places, food, and retail food vendors to charge amandatory charge for paper bags provided at check out
  5. Discuss/consider residents’ petition regarding the noise ordinance
  6. Designate Council Members to sign ballot argument and to prepare and sign rebuttal for the Ross Valley Paramedic Authority ballot measure regarding an increase in the paramedic service tax
  7. Discuss/consider revisions to sign ordinance


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