Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) Marin Delegates Committee
Ravasio (Casissa - Alternate)
Corte Madera Chamber of Commerce Ex-Officio Director
Lee (Beckman - Alternate)
Larkspur-Corte Madera School District Liaison
Lee (Ravasio - Alternate)
League of California Cities - North Bay Division
Beckman (Casissa - Alternate)
MCCMC - Climate Action Committee
Ravasio (Beckman - Alternate)
MCCMC - Homeless Committee
Casissa (Lee - Alternate)
MCCMC - Legislative Committee
Ravasio (Thomas - Alternate)
Marin Healthy Youth Partnerships
Thomas (Casissa - Alternate)
Refuse and Recycling Committee
Beckman (Ravasio - Alternate)
Safe Routes to School
Ravasio (Lee - Alternate)
Twin Cities Disaster Preparedness Committee
Thomas (Beckman - Alternate)
Finance and Audit Ad Hoc Committee
Town Manager Wolff, Finance Director Daria Carrillo, Councilmember Casissa and four members of the public: James H. Andrews, Annette DiSano, Larry Reed, and Karl Spurzem
Town Hall Artwork Ad Hoc Committee
Town Manager Adam Wolff, Assistant Town Manager Rebecca Vaughn, Mayor Beckman and Vice Mayor Ravasio
COMMITTEES TO WHICH THE TOWN COUNCIL HAS APPOINTED EITHER TOWN STAFF OR MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY TO REPRESENT THE TOWN
BayWave Executive Steering Committee
Public Works Director R.J. Suokko
Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee
Bob Ravasio (appointed to serve as BPAC Chair)
Marin County Commission on Aging
Marin County Solid Waste Management (Zero Waste Marin)
Marin Emergency Radio Authority (MERA)
Adam Wolff (R.J. Suokko - Alternate)
Marin General Services Authority
Marin/Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control District Representative
Alison Marquiss - Appointed by Council to serve through December 31, 2024
LIAISONS TO TOWN ADVISORY BODIES
At the February 7, 2023 meeting, Council reviewed and approved a “job description” that defined the role and expectations for Councilmembers serving as Liaisons to Town Boards, Commissions and Committees. The job description formalized the intention of the liaison role and defined the objectives and expectations for Councilmembers who serve in that role, in that the liaison would work to create a constructive relationship between the Council and their assigned advisory body, without implying direction, review, or oversight of the activities of the advisory body.
* At the February 21, 2023 Regular Meeting, Council gave consensus that liaison appointments would rotate and Council should not assume a fixed appointment to the advisory body being served on.
Administration and Finance Monday through Thursday from 8:30AM to 4:00PM and Fridays from 8:30AM to 12PM.
Department of Community Development Monday through Thursday from 8:30AM to 4:00PM and Fridays from 8:30AM to 12PM.
Parks and Recreation Monday through Friday 9AM to 4PM.
Public Works and Sanitary District No. 2 General Public Hours: Monday through Thursday from 8:30AM to 4:00PM and Fridays from – 8:30AM to 12PM. Engineering Support & Technical Review of Public Works and Sanitary District No. 2 Permits(sewer, encroachment, floodplain, etc.): Tuesdays and Thursdays between 8:30AM to 3:30PM.