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AGENDA

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY TRANSIT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
(SBCTAC)

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

1:30 PM

Conference Room - Central Coast Water Authority
255 Industrial Way
Buellton, CA

Directions:  From Highway 101, exist onto CA 246/Buellton.  Heading west (0.6 mile), turn left onto Industrial Way (0.1 mile).  Major land marks include Andersen's Pea Soup on the corner of 246 and Avenue of the Flags, with Industrial Way being the second left past this intersection.

 In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact SBCAG at least three working days prior to the scheduled meeting.

 

1.     CALL TO ORDER AND INTRODUCTIONS
   
2. PUBLIC COMMENT
 

The public may address the Santa Barbara County Transit Advisory Council on any matter  within the jurisdiction of the Committee that is not included as part of the agenda.  Comments shall be limited fifteen minutes, divided among those desiring to speak, but no person shall speak longer than five minutes. 

   
3. MINUTES
  Approve SBCTAC Minutes of November 8, 2005.
4. NORTH COUNTY TRANSIT PLAN
  Receive briefining on scope of work and provide input to consultant on issues.
   
5. TRANSIT NEEDS ASSESSMENT
  A. Review and comment on board staff report on changes to unmet transit needs definitions and provide direction to chair, or designated representative, to present SBCTAC recommendations to SBCAG Board at the December 15 meeting.
     
    Public Comments
     
  B. Review schedule for unmet transit needs hearings and receive informational flyers for distribution.
   
6. ELECTIONS
  Receive nominations and elect a chair and vice-chair for 2006.
   
7. TRANSIT AGENCY BRIEFINGS
  Receive overview of Santa Maria Area Organization of Transportation Helpers (SMOOTH).
   
8. ANNOUNCEMENTS
  A. Section 5310 Application and Review Schedule.
 
9. NEXT SBCTAC MEETING DATE
  Tentative meeting date is Tuesday, January 10 at 2:00 P.M.
   
10. ADJOURN

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