Sugarfoot

Friday, February 7, 2020 
David P. Donery, Town Manager

Bell Tower

Upcoming Town Council Discussion

Below are a few items on the next Council agenda for Tuesday, February 11, starting at 7 PM in the Council Chambers:

Appointments to the Economic Development Committee and the Financial Advisory Committee.
 
Consider adopting a Resolution of the Town Council of the Town of San Anselmo Declaring a Climate and Ecological Emergency in San Anselmo.
 
Consider approval of a resolution accepting the 2019-2020 Mid-Year Budget review.
 
Discussion regarding inclusion of the Pledge of Allegiance at Town Council meetings.
 
Review of Council committee assignments and approve changes to the assignment list as needed.

The full agenda and staff reports will be posted by the end of the day at: https://www.townofsananselmo.org/779/Town-Council-Meeting-Packets

Flood Picture

Flood Zone 9

 
San Anselmo is in Flood Zone 9 of the Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District.  The District was formed in 1955 by an Act of the State Legislature. The Board of Supervisors sits as the elected board of the District and the District is staffed by the Marin County Department of Public Works.
 
The boundaries of the District are contiguous with those of Marin County and eight "zones" have been established to address specific watershed flooding problems. Each zone has an Advisory Board of 5 to 7 residents, who are ultimately appointed by the Board of Supervisors. These advisory boards review zone budgets and master plans and advise the Board of Supervisors on these matters.  Councilmember John Wright serves as San Anselmo’s representative to the Flood Zone 9 Advisory Board.
 
Flood Zone 9 is integrally involved in administering our flood mitigation program financed by the flood fee.  If you would like to subscribe to receive email updates for upcoming meetings and events of the Flood Zone 9 Ross Valley Flood Protection and Watershed Program, please go to https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/CAMARIN/subscriber/new?topic_id=CAMARIN_157.

Alert Marin
Flower Baskets

Let's Keep Flower Baskets
Downtown!


The San Anselmo Beautification Committee
needs your help to bring back the beautiful
hanging flower baskets.
Please donate now:
www.GoFundMe.com/SanAnselmoFlowerBaskets
or
mail a check to: San Anselmo Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 2844, San Anselmo, CA 94960
(mark check for Flower Baskets)
Questions? email nnaltman@me.com

Sustainability Commission

ECO TIP

Use renewable electricity: You can reduce your electric energy footprint to ZERO and support 100% green energy by signing up with either Marin Clean Energy (MCE) or with PG & E.  The cost? Less than one cent more per kilowatt hour than fossil fuel energy. Call Marin Clean Energy at 888 632 3674 or visit them online at https://www.mcecleanenergy.org/opt up/   or go to https://www.pge.com/en_US/residential/solar-and-vehicles/options/solar/solar-choice/solar-choice.page 

San Anselmo
Organic Waste Cart

New Organic Waste Program for 2020

Starting on January 1, 2020, residents of incorporated San Anselmo can opt to receive a second or third green waste cart as part of their basic bundled service package with Marin Sanitary Service. Customers who want the third green waste cart must make the request by December 31, 2020 to be able to have the third cart as part of their basic bundled service. After that date, customers will be entitled to two green waste carts as part of the bundled service, and will be able to rent additional carts (up to 4).
 
In summary, customers who have secured up to three (3) total green waste carts before December 31, 2020, will keep this secured level of service at no additional cost until the customer terminates service with the Marin Sanitary Service. This change is part of the new program for the collection of organic waste (food and yard waste). Beginning in 2020, Marin Sanitary will no longer collect organic waste from customer-owned cans. You will be receiving more information from MSS and the Town throughout 2020 on this program change.
 
It is important to note that these changes are for customers in the incorporated town of San Anselmo. This does not apply to customers who may have a San Anselmo address but reside in unincorporated Marin County, such as residents of Sleepy Hollow.

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