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San Anselmo News Town Council Meeting Notes Library Book by BradThorn


									                                                                                 San Anselmo News
                                                                        Debra Stutsman, Town Manager

                                                                                     September 25, 2009

Town Council Meeting Notes
At the meeting of Tuesday, September 22, the Town Council took the following actions:

   •   Presented the Quality of Life Green Award to Larry Nilsen for his long time volunteer
       work in cleaning up grafitti in town.

   •   Approved the downtown event application for the 2009 Holiday Lighting event, to be
       held on Saturday, December 5, on the Town Hall Plaza, closing San Anselmo Avenue
       from Magnolia Avenue to Tunstead Avenue and Tunstead Avenue from Library Place to
       San Anselmo Avenue from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

   •   Received a report on the Town’s Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP) on the Town’s
       priorities regarding disaster mitigation strategies. The LHMP outlines strategies for the
       Town with an emphasis on fixing potential problems before disaster strikes, as required
       by Federal law. More public comment is encouraged by going to the Town’s website at and following the link.

   •   Received a report on the California Communities Prop 1A Securitization Bond program.
       This program would provide the Town with the $513,000 that the State borrowed this
       year through a bond sale, with principal repayment, interest and issuance costs to be paid
       by the state. Staff was directed to begin the initial enrollment steps.

Library Book Sale
The Friends of the San Anselmo Library will be holding their monthly book sale on Saturday,
October 3 from 10 to 4. These sales are held on the first Saturday of each month and include
used books, library surplus books and videos. Most are in good condition.

If you have books that you would like to donate, just drop them off at the library any time the
library is open. The library will be glad to give you a receipt if you need one.

All proceeds from the sales go to our library.
Volunteers Needed for Country Fair Day Parade

Country Fair Day is scheduled for Sunday, October 4, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The parade is
scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. and volunteers are needed to help on the day of the event to assist
with the logistics of the parade.

If you can help, please call Anna Frost at 459-5901.

Highway 101 Improvement Project
An informational open house and public scoping meeting for the Highway 101 Greenbrae/Twin
Cities Corridor Improvement Project will be held Tuesday, September 29, at 5:30 p.m., at the
Redwood High School Cafeteria located at 395 Doherty Drive, Larkspur.

The proposed project would improve traffic operations and relieve congestion for multiple travel
modes along the 101 corridor between Corte Madera and Larkspur. The purpose of the open
house is to update the community on the proposed project and studies conducted to date. The
purpose of the scoping meeting is to provide an opportunity for the public to comment on issues
to be addressed in the environmental studies as well as mitigation measures to be considered.

If you have any questions, please contact Betcy Joseph at (51) 286-5097 or


Thank you to the many people who have already participated in the San Anselmo Parks &
Recreation Commission REC REACH Project.

Everyone is encouraged to participate in the REC REACH Project, a recreation program
assessment designed to help our Recreation Department develop programs that best fit the needs
of our community. The Commission asks that you complete a survey giving them your opinions.

The two best ways to access the REC REACH survey are:

   •   Visit the Town’s website at Links to the survey are located
       on the Home page and on the Recreation page.

   •   Follow this link or type it into your browser:

Your participation is very much appreciated.

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