MCC Agenda for Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at Seton at 7:30 p.m.

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posted by Bill Kehoe
Mon, July 9, 2012
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Highlights of the agenda for the regular MCC meeting next Wednesday, July 11, 2012 from 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at Seton Medical Center Coastside, Marine Boulevard & Etheldore, Moss Beach.

Directions: (Take Highway 1 to Marine Boulevard and follow hospital signs uphill)

MCC attendees must park in upper parking lot (first left near top of hill) per hospital policy.

 

The Council will be discussing and may take action on the following Regular Agenda Items:

Regular Agenda – The Council may take action on the following items:

Princeton Planning Effort Scope of Work –Kehoe/Ketcham (8:00) (40 minutes) Continued discussion from 6-27-12 meeting of a letter to the County and comments on a draft scope of work for updates to the plans, policies, and regulations that apply to development within Princeton and its environs as proposed by the County at the MCC meeting on 05-23-12.
Desired Outcome: Approve and send a letter to the County with an updated Scope of Work outline on the Princeton planning process.


Proposal to Place HWY 1 Action Plan on Hold - Erickson (8:40) (10 minutes) Continued from 6-27-12 MCC meeting to place a hold on the Action Plan’s final review pending collaborative study over next 6 months for community to discuss and clarify concept plans, design improvement projects.
Desired Outcome: Council will vote to place a hold on the Action Plan’s final review pending a collaborative study over next 6 months for community to discuss.


Updates on Midcoast Safety and Mobility Studies Action Plan - Kehoe (8:50) (40 minutes) Continue the discussion and public comment on the County's Mobility Study Action Plan presented at the 5/23/12 MCC meeting (County’s summary of comments received on Phase I & II studies). Council needs to provide the public a process for prioritizing projects and moving the study forward to detail design for public comment.
Desired Outcome: Send the County updates from the community for finalizing the Mobility Study Action Plan, and suggestions for a method for moving the study forward to detail design for public comment.


Supporting documents can be found on the MCC website:

http://www.midcoastcommunitycouncil.org/

MCC Facebook Page with updated information:

https://www.facebook.com/MidcoastCommunityCouncil

 

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