TAC Quarterly Meeting — March 27, 2017

10:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Art Rosenfeld Hearing Room (Hearing Room A)
1516 9th St, Sacramento CA 95814

General Meeting Resources

Meeting Agenda and Materials

Item 1 — Welcome

Item 2 — Roll Call

Item 3 — ICARP Overview

Discussion:
Overview of the Integrated Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Program, including the Adaptation Clearinghouse and the Technical Advisory Council

Item 4 — Technical Advisory Council Charter & Bagley-Keene

Discussion:
Review of proposed ICARP Technical Advisory Council Charter/Bagley-Keene

Action:
Approval of ICARP Technical Advisory Council Charter

Item 5 — State Adaptation & Resilience Efforts

Discussion:
Overview of key state adaptation programs and policies

Item 6 — Intro to Discussion

Item 7 — 2017 Technical Advisory Council (TAC) Potential Work Plan Elements

Discussion:

General Plan Guidelines

  • Presentation by the Office of planning and Research on the 2017 General Plan Guideline update, Michael McCormick
  • Council discussion of questions:
    1. What role should the TAC play in helping to track and communicate progress towards local implementation of existing legislation and policy?
    2. How can the TAC support alignment of state and local policy efforts that advance local implementation?

Sea Level Rise

  • Presentation by the Ocean Protection Council on the forthcoming Sea Level Guidance Document Update, Jenn Eckerle
  • Council discussion of questions:
    1. How can the TAC contribute to the public outreach effort by helping inform local and state entities of the process underway, the value of stakeholder feedback, and how to participate?
    2. How can the TAC help ensure that state and local stakeholders are aware of the opportunity to review and provide input on the SLR guidance document update, which should reflect the needs articulated during the public engagement process?
    3. How would the TAC like to directly provide input on the current use or future needs of SLR guidance (described in question 1 above) and on the draft updated SLR guidance document itself (described in question 2)?

Adaptation Financing

  • Presentation by Local Government Commission on adaptation financing, Kif Scheuer
  • Council discussion of questions:
    1. What role can the TAC play in identifying and understanding critical adaptation financing needs?

      How can the TAC help to identify the best opportunities to leverage existing and/or new financing and funding to yield the best adaptation benefits?

      What role can the TAC play in defining essential outcomes for resiliency investments so we can help state, local, private and other decision-makers move towards a more broadly shared approach to financing adaptation?

    2. Open discussion on TAC 2017 work plan priorities and potential actions

Action:
Voting on adoption of TAC 2017 workplan and any actions to implement on topics presented and discussed

  • Presentation 
    Office of Planning and Research on the 2017 General Plan Guideline update, Michael McCormick
  • Presentation 
    Ocean Protection Council on the forthcoming Sea Level Guidance Document Update, Jenn Eckerle
  • Presentation 
    Local Government Commission on adaptation financing, Kif Scheuer

Item 8 — General Public Comment

Item 10 — Meeting Adjourned

Meeting Information

Access to Meetings

The meeting location(s) are accessible to people with disabilities. Any person who requires special assistance to participate in the meeting, or wishes to request this notice or other meeting materials in an alternative format, requires translation services, or needs any disability-related modification or accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, which would enable that person to participate at the meeting must make that request at least 7 days prior to the meeting date by contacting: greta.soos@opr.ca.gov or (916) 322-2318.

Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act

As a state body, the Technical Advisory Council is governed by the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act which requires the Council to:

  1. Publish an agenda at least ten days in advance of any meeting,
  2. Describe specifically in that agenda the items to be transacted or discussed,
  3. And refuse to add an item subsequent to the published agenda. In addition to these general requirements the Bagley-Keene Act includes other specific provisions about how meetings are to be announced and conducted.