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AGENDA

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY TRANSIT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
(SBCTAC)

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

1:30 PM

Buellton City Hall
Council Chambers
107 West Highway 246
Buellton, CA

Directions:  From Highway 101, exit 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 Association of Governments on any subject within the jurisdiction of the Board 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 the minutes of October 12, 2004.
4. ELECTION OF OFFICERS
   
5. REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN
  Update of the RFP: Project List; Goals, Policies and Objectives; and Next Steps.
   
6. TRANSIT NEEDS ASSESSMENT
  A. Update on the public outreach process and information gathered to date.
  B. Consider SBCTAC presentation to the SBCAG Board.
    1. Assist in distribution of North County public hearing flyers.
  C. Definition of "limited group" per TDA.
     
7. SANTA BARBARA COUNTY TRANSIT ADVISORY COUNCIL
 

Consider organizational changes to address duplication, staffing and transit issues.

  A. Provide increased role for SBCTAC and reduced role for NCTAC and SCTAC subcommittees; or
  B. Retain SBCTAC and eliminate NCTAC and SCTAC subcommitees.
   
8. COMMUNICATIONS
   
9. ANNOUNCEMENTS
   A. Presentation of regional transit issues to the Santa Barbara County Grand Jury.
  B. Other
 
10. NEXT SBCTAC MEETING DATE
   
11. ADJOURN

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