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Evolving Shorelines Community Meeting: Concepts Evaluation Presentation - Shared screen with speaker view
Claire Mooney
50:15
Welcome all first timers!
Cheryl Longinotti
50:33
1st timer
Nona Dennis
50:38
Been following for years!
Adrienne Donley
51:04
Second meeting, took the survey
Douglas Wallace
51:43
Several of us attending with the Tam Valley Sea Level Rise Task Force. Wonderful to see progress with this project.
Kim Rago
52:06
On the Flood Advisory board and am always learning!
Sara Huang
52:07
Second meeting. Took survey
cynthia Stone
52:20
Where and when will the recording be available? Thanks
Terri Thomas
52:57
Been interested and participating for years.
Gary Batroff
59:48
Question: Has the feasibility of a dam at the Highway 101 bridge to allow metering of water from the Bay been considered? If feasible, it could protect the path, the marsh, the Redwoods, middle school, sewage treatment plant, community center, etc. Although expensive, a dam funded by all those organizations, plus government grants, might be more cost efficient than all these organizations spending money to solve the problem on their own.
Grecia Pacheco
01:00:39
great job Wambua!!!!!
Chris Chamberlain, MCP
01:01:04
Well do Wambua!!
Grecia Pacheco
01:01:06
so good to hear your voice in this work!
Kristina Feller
01:01:08
Fantastic Wambua
Wambua Musyoki
01:01:26
Thank you! Here’s the survey in case you wanted to share it out: https://forms.gle/y5fK7B1z5BZKZV1c8
Claire Mooney, Parks Conservancy
01:01:33
Thanks, Wambua! So great to have strong youth voices in our work.
Veronica Pearson
01:01:35
Thanks Wambua!
Adriana Castillo
01:01:38
Keep up the amazing work Wambua! Thank you for sharing!
Sara Leon Guerrero
01:02:50
Awesome job, Wambua! Hope to see more voices uplifted by your work!
Aurora Mahassine
01:15:31
Is there a design that includes Marin City in these flood protections and wetland restorations?
Aurora Mahassine
01:17:33
Is CalTrans and their upcoming Highway 101/1 improvements included in this visioning process?
Gary Batroff
01:17:54
Could we also go over what locations on the trail will change? Is it all the red? If so, where are the north and south boundaries to the changes?
Adrienne Donley
01:17:58
To add to Aurora’s question - how likely will these address the issues with the roads flooding?
taylor walsh
01:18:22
Yes, I am wanting to know more about flood protections as well.
Alan Jones
01:19:39
Concept 3 is great as it rings the marsh, but how about the section which passes the hotel and follows the highway under the overpass. Not so pleasant a bike ride.
Veronica Pearson
01:20:26
For additional background on the Concepts for Bothin Marsh visit:
Veronica Pearson
01:20:42
https://www.onetam.org/evolving-shorelines
Douglas Wallace
01:21:01
Assuming that this project is standalone for now, how can it be designed to accommodate a range of future solutions for Marin City, Manzanita, and other flooded areas?
Veronica Pearson
01:21:44
To learn more about what is being done for flooding around Tam Valley/Manzanita, check our DPW's Storymap
Veronica Pearson
01:21:46
https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/a45cc5e375624d6f92dab11263dcffd9
taylor walsh
01:23:12
Thanks Rob!
cynthia Stone
01:25:05
Right now that area behind Martin Brothers and Proof lab is quite trashed and unpleasant. Are you working with developers to make that area a nicer experience along your new route?
Mike Sallaberry
01:28:39
This sounds like an interesting experiment but the costs should be separated out from the path project
Carey Ann Egger-Diaz
01:29:06
Is there ever a worry of the sediment having pollutants?
Darla Farr
01:34:23
Any plan for Bayfront Meadow? Impacts to the meadow?
Aurora Mahassine
01:35:18
Toxic sediment is a local problem already!
cynthia Stone
01:36:23
Does this help with manzanita flooding?
Douglas Nelson
01:38:15
Are you taking any public comment or is this now a final decision?
Ted Barone
01:39:09
At what level of SLR does the ecotone levy get breached?
Donald Herzog
01:39:59
How many bicyclists, pedestrian sand horses use the existing path?
Carey Ann Egger-Diaz
01:40:20
There is a large section of marsh East of Coyote Creek, can that be incorporated in the preserve. Is it part of Bothin Marsh?
Carey Ann Egger-Diaz
01:43:40
How many feet has the sea level risen in the last 50 years? 30 years? 10 years? In our area.
Nona Dennis
01:44:15
Why does the extension of McGlashan Trail (between BayTrail and Shoreline crossing) notshow equestrian use on the slide. This must be a graphic error. All of the McGlashan Trail was designed to be fully multi use
Douglas Nelson
01:45:35
With this plan we lose the best part of the existing path through the marsh with views to Mt. Tam. Path along roads and development is less desirable.
Martin Kitzel
01:46:07
Would the new bridge over Coyote creek be a spanto get across just the creek or the entire marsh section in that location. How is the elevation change to be addressed? or the entire
Cristina Bejarano, WRT
01:46:08
The Planning Memo has Existing Conditions info / user counts, and also has SLR scenario diagrams : https://www.onetam.org/evolving-shorelines
Allisson Hayes
01:46:40
Are the questions about Marin City being addressed?
Ted Barone
01:47:46
Eddie, can you post the link to that page pleaase?
Eddie Divita, ESA
01:48:06
https://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/sltrends/sltrends_station.shtml?id=9414290
Aurora Mahassine
01:48:24
Isn’t the open lot across from Shoreline / Good Earth parking lots part of the is the old flood lands and mouth of Coyote Creek?
Carey Ann Egger-Diaz
01:48:50
Is there sediment that would benefit the Marsh coming in from the waterway at the end of Sycamore?
Darla Farr
01:49:05
Impact to the marshes across from Bothin taken into account?
Alan Jones
01:49:59
Thank you guys for your diligent work!
Ted Barone
01:50:11
Thank you, Bothin and OneTam team. We look forward to working with you.
Carey Ann Egger-Diaz
01:50:23
Thank you!
Rob LaPorte
01:51:15
Yes, let's kayak again! Missed the first chance.
Pam Keon
01:51:36
Thank you!
Gary Batroff
01:52:12
Thank you!