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City Council Liaison Assignments

City Council members serve as representatives of the City of Mill Valley for a number of local and regional agencies.

** Council Liaison Assignments will be determined at the next upcoming City Council Meeting on January 4, 2016

Agency Delegate Alternate
Formal Joint Powers Authority (JPA) or Standing Appointments: 
Association of Bay Area Governments Sloan McEntee
Chamber of Commerce Liaison McCauley
Community Development Block Grant Sloan Moulton-Peters 
Flood Control District Zone 3 Advisory Board     McCauley N/A
League of California Cities/North Bay Sloan McEntee
MCCMC Legislative Committee Sloan Wickham
Marin Clean Energy McEnteeMcCauley
Marin Telecommunications Agency McEntee Wickham
Mill Valley School District Liaison McEntee
Richardson Bay Regional Agency Wickham Sloan
Sewerage Agency of Southern Marin McCauley McEntee
Southern Marin Emergency Medical Paramedic System                  Berman* Wickham
Transportation Authority of Marin Moulton-Peters  McEntee
. . .
Marin County Council of Mayors and Councilmembers (MCCMC) Appointments:
Joint Services JPA Oversight Committee Sloan Moulton-Peters
Marin Transit District Moulton-Peters N/A
Sea Level Rise CommitteeMoulton-Peters McEntee
Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transportation Board Moulton-Peters N/A
. . .
Other Appointments:
Marin County Disaster Council Wickham Sloan
Marin Economic Forum ** N/A
Southern Marin Watershed Management Group Moulton-Peters McEntee
. . .
Ad-Hoc City Council Committee Assignments:
Mill Valley Refuse Service Committee Moulton-Peters
OPEB Advisory Group McCauley Lion
Parking Advisory Committee Lion, Sloan Wickham
Traffic Advisory Task ForceWachtel, Wickham Moulton-Peters

* This JPA does not require that the City’s representative be a City Councilmember. Former Mayor Andrew Berman had served on this board during his time on the City Council and has offered to remain involved for a few months as the JPA is revised to reflect the change in membership following the consolidation of the fire services between the City of Sausalito and the Southern Marin Fire District. Mr. Berman’s historical knowledge of the elements of the JPA will be helpful in the development of the successor agreement. It is recommended that an appointment of six months be made to allow the conclusion of the JPA agreement and then a transition to a current Councilmember.


Last updated: 8/15/2016 1:19:37 PM