Saturday, September 25, 2021

Planning Commission Joint Study Session, Tuesday September 28, 2021, 6:00 PM

Eucalyptus: How California's Most Hated Tree Took Root | KQED
I am not a Heritage Tree... maybe.

Joint Planning Commission; Parks, Beaches & Recreation Commission; and Beautification Advisory Committee Meeting Study Session.

Consistent with the above
-referenced Orders, this Joint Meeting will not be physically open to the public City staff will be video/teleconferencing into the meeting. The meeting will be conducted via Zoom Webinar.  
To maximize public safety while still maintaining transparency and public access, members of the public can observe the meeting from home. Below is information on how the public may observe and participate in the meeting.
To Observe the Meeting:
To access the meeting by computer / smartphone, go to: .  For more information or participate by providing public comment during the meeting, see the Agenda pdf, page 1.

Interactive Joint Study Session, 9/28/21 Agenda.     Joint Study Session Agenda 9/28/21, pdf pages 32.

Open Joint Planning Commission Study Session, 6:00 PM
1.   Heritage Tree Ordinance Update, report.   a)  Existing Tree Ordinances.
A.  Commission/Committee questions and discussion.
B.  Public comment on Study Session Agenda Item.
C.  Final Commission/Committee Comments.
Note photo of a Eucalyptus tree by Samantha Shanahan,
KQED, Eucalyptus: How California's most hated tree took root/Daniel Potter, 2/1/18.
Posted by Kathy Meeh

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