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- Consideration of a resolution waiving permit fees for solar installation, and adjusting other planning and building fees to better recover the actual costs of providing services. In May, the Council directed staff to draft a resolution waiving all permit fees for solar installations in
. If the Town Council waives all fees for solar installations, it will become the lowest ($0) solar permit fee in Fairfax . Marin County
- Adoption of the Annual Budget for Fiscal Year 2006-07. After three public workshops and significant public input, we are at the point of adopting the Town’s revenue and expenditure plan for July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. General Fund expenses are projected at 5.2% above budgeted expenditures for last year, and property tax revenue is estimated to grow at a rate of 7%. This budget will get us through a challenging year as we recover from the flood, while still allowing us to make progress in many significant areas.
- Adoption of negotiated labor agreements with all Town employee groups. We have reached agreements that provide for fair compensation and benefits to recruit and retain our most precious Town resource: our Town employees.
- Approval of an update to the Town’s Emergency Operations Plan, which was reviewed and revised by our Citizens’ Disaster Council.
- Consideration of the Town’s response to the Marin Civil Grand Jury’s report on “The Next Disaster: Are Marin Citizens Prepared?”