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AGENDA

SOUTH COAST SUBREGIONAL PLANNING COMMITTEE
 

Wednesday, June 5 2013

 

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

 

                 SBMTD Conference Room
550 Olive St., Santa Barbara, CA

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The South Coast Subregional Planning Committee (SCSPC) is a Board subcommittee of the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments.

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 ROLL CALL
   
2. PUBLIC COMMENT
  The public may address the Committee on any matter within the jurisdiction of the Committee that is not included as part of this agenda.
   
3. MEETING SUMMARY
 

Approve meeting summary of the April 3, 2013 meeting of the South Coast Subregional Planning Committee.

   

4.

SOUTH COAST INTERREGIONAL BUS TRANSIT SERVICE UPDATE

Receive an update on the VISTA and Coastal Express Limited services and authorize Committee chair to send a letter to the Ventura County Transportation Commission requesting revisions to the current MOU to include SBCAG’s goals for the service.    

 

5.

FEDERAL TIGER V PROGRAM

Receive a presentation on TIGER V application for the U.S. 101 HOV project.

   

6.

SOUTH COAST MEASURE A BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN AND SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAMS.

Recommend the Board amend the cooperative agreements with the City of Goleta and City of Carpinteria to extend the Timely Use of Funds deadlines by six months for the South Coast Measure A Cycle 1 Bicycle & Pedestrian and Safe Routes to School projects shown in Attachment A.

   
7.

MEASURE A CITIZEN’S OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

 

Recommend that the board reappoint for four year terms the two at-large members of the Measure A Citizens Oversight Committee (Hamid Bahadori and David Lawrence) and the two south coast members (Mark Bradley and Michael Chiacos) whose terms will expire in September of this year.

   
8. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT
   
9. ADJOURN

 

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