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North Sonoma Valley Municipal Advisory Council

North Sonoma Valley Municipal Advisory Council Meeting

Date: November 30, 2022

Time: 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.

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Registration Required: No

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Special Meeting: Sonoma County Housing Element

Joint meeting of the SONOMA VALLEY CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMISSION, NORTH SONOMA VALLEY MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL, and SPRINGS MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL

Agenda

  1. Call to Order, Roll Call
    Springs MAC Roll Call
    NSV MAC Roll Call
    SVCAC Roll Call
  2. Approval of the Minutes from October 26, 2022 Meeting — Resolution (SVCAC)
  3. Public Comment — Receive
    (Limited to items not appearing on the agenda)
  4. 6th Cycle Housing Element of the Sonoma County General Plan — Receive
    Presentation by: Permit Sonoma Staff
    Documents are available at the Housing Element Update website: https://permitsonoma.org/longrangeplans/proposedlong-rangeplans/housingelement and available to view and download from the list below:

    Project Description: A Housing Element is a plan for housing that is completed on an 8-year cycle. All cities and counties in California must prepare and adopt Housing Elements. The Housing Element is one of the seven mandated elements of the General Plan, and must be updated on a schedule that is set by state law. Sonoma County’s 6th Cycle Housing Element update is due on January 31, 2023.

    The County of Sonoma is updating its Housing Element as required by State law for the 6th Cycle (2023-2031). The update provides an analysis of the County’s housing needs for all income levels, and generates strategies to respond to those needs, and to provide enough homes for current and future community members.

    The Draft 6th Cycle Housing Element was released for public review on November 3, 2022. Permit Sonoma will present a virtual workshop to present the draft, answer questions, and request that Commissioners, Councilmembers, and the public provide written comments on the draft.

    Public comments must be received by 11:59 pm on December 4, 2022. Comments are accepted via email to PermitSonoma-Housing@sonoma-county.org or by regular mail to Permit Sonoma, Attn: Eric Gage, 2550 Ventura Ave., Santa Rosa, California 95403.

    1. Springs MAC Councilmember Questions for Planning Team

    2. North Sonoma Valley MAC Councilmember Questions for Planning Team

    3.  SVCAC Commissioner Questions for Planning Team

    4. Public Comment
    5. Permit Sonoma Staff Response (if applicable)

    6.  Springs MAC Final Comments

      1. North Sonoma Valley MAC Final Comments 

      2. SVCAC Final Comments

    7. Adjourn Resolution

    Agenda Materials

    Materials related to an item on this Agenda submitted to the North Sonoma Valley Citizens Municipal Advisory Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the Board of Supervisors’ Office located at 575 Administration Drive, Room 100-A, Santa Rosa, CA, during normal business hours.

    Note: Consideration items will proceed as follows:

    1. Presentation
    2. Questions by Councilmembers
    3. Questions and comments from the public
    4. Response by presenter, if required
    5. Comments by Councilmembers
    6. Resolution, if indicated

    Open Meetings

    Except as expressly authorized under the Ralph M. Brown Act (the State’s local agency open meeting law), all meetings of the North Sonoma Valley Municipal Advisory Council are open to attendance by interested members of the public. 

    Public Comments

    The Chair will invite public comment for agenda items as they are taken up by the Committee. If you wish to speak, you may do so upon receiving recognition by the Chair. Please state your name and limit your comments to the agenda item under discussion. Speakers are limited to three minutes each; available time for comments is determined by the Committee Chair based on agenda scheduling demand and total number of speakers.

    Public Appearances

    Any member of the public may address the Committee on a matter not listed on the agenda as long as the subject matter is within the jurisdiction of the Committee . If you wish to speak, you may do so upon recognition by the Committee Chair. While members of the public are welcome to address the Committee, under the Brown Act open meeting laws, Committee members may not deliberate or take action on items not on the agenda. Speakers are limited to three minutes each, six minutes for a member of the public attending with a translator; available time for comments is determined by the Committee Chair based on agenda scheduling demands and total number of speakers.

    Disabled Accommodation

    If you have a disability and require a sign language interpreter, assistive listening device, material in an alternate format, or other accommodation to attend, please contact Arielle Kubu-Jones at (707) 565-2241 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting in order to facilitate arrangements for accommodation.