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Legistar Agenda
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19-0284 3a_Reso-4370_FY2019-20_OWP_x.pdf
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MTC Resolution No. 4370 - FY 2019-20 Overall Work Program (OWP) Planning Certification and Authorization for Execution of Agreements for Federal and State Planning Grants

A request for approval of the FY 2019-2020 OWP which guides the collaborative metropolitan transportation planning process involving MTC ABAG Caltrans and other local transportation partners and for authorization to enter into agreements for transportation planning funds.
19-0336 2b_Reso-4375_TIP_Amendment_2019-14_x.pdf
MTC Resolution No. 4375 Revised. 2019 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment 2019-14.
19-0336 6c_Reso-4375_TIP_Amendment_2019-14.pdf
19-0287 3a_Reso-4169_4212_4242_4262_4263_4272_TCP_and_AB664_Revisions_x.pdf
MTC Resolution Nos. 4169 Revised; 4212 Revised; 4242 Revised; 4262 Revised; 4263 Revised; and 4272 Revised. Transit Capital Priorities and Bridge Toll Programs revisions.

Revisions to the FY2016-17 through FY2019-20 Transit Capital Priorities (TCP) Process and Criteria the FY2015-16 and FY2016-17 through FY2019-20 TCP Programs the FY2018-19 BATA Project Savings Fund program and the FY2018-19 and FY2019-20 AB 664 Net Bridge Toll Revenues program and allocations.
19-0287 8a_Reso-4169_4212_4242_4262_4263_4272_TCP_and_AB664_Revisions.pdf
19-0461 4a_Reso-4378_FY2019-20_RM2_Marketing_Assistance_Program_x.pdf
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MTC Resolution No. 4378 -- FY2019-20 RM2 Marketing Program

A request to adopt the $6.9 million FY2019-20 Regional Measure 2 (RM2) Marketing Program an element of the annual RM2 operating program.
19-0461 6d_Reso-4378_FY2019-20_RM2_Marketing_Assistance_Program.pdf
19-0394 2c_Reso-4373_MTC_Agency_FY2019-20_Pay_Schedules_x.pdf
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MTC Resolution No. 4373 - MTC Agency FY 2019-20 Pay Schedules
19-0394 6b_Reso-4373_MTC_Agency_FY2019-20_Pay_Schedules.pdf
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19-0477 5b_AB-69_Support and Seek Amendments.pdf
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AB 69 (Ting): Small Home Building Standards

AB 69 would require the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to propose small home building standards governing ADUs smaller than 800 square feet junior ADUs and detached dwelling units smaller than 800 square feet. These standards must include allowances for small kitchens and bathrooms with small appliances and achieve the most cost-effective construction standards possible. The standards must be submitted to the California Building Standards Commission (CBSC) for adoption by January 1 2021.
19-0478 5c_AB-1483_Grayson.pdf
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AB 1483 (Grayson): Housing Data/Transparency

This bill seeks to make housing fee and zoning standards more transparent by requiring that they be posted on local agency and state web sites requires local agencies to provide additional reporting of housing permit requests production and permitting data annually and requires the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to develop an online database of housing production data accessible to the public.
19-0478 6f_AB1-483_Grayson.pdf
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19-0486 5d_SB-6_Beall.pdf
SB 6 (Beall): Statewide Housing Site Inventory

SB 6 would require that the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) add to the statewide surplus lands inventory locally-identified sites available for housing development as identified in a local agencys housing element site inventory.
19-0486 6g_SB-6_Beall.pdf
19-0510 5e_AB-68_Ting.pdf
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AB 68 (Ting): Accessory Dwelling Units

AB 68 would prohibit local Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) standards from including certain requirements related to minimum lot size and replacement parking and would require an ADU (attached or detached) of at least 800 square feet and 16 feet in height to be allowed. The bill would also reduce the allowable time to issue an ADU permit to 60 days after an agency receives a completed application.
19-0510 6h_AB-68_Ting.pdf
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19-0483 7b1_AB-1481 and AB-1697.pdf
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AB 1481 (Bonta) and AB 1697 (Grayson) - Tenancy Termination: Just Cause

Prohibits eviction of a tenant without just cause stated in writing. Requires tenant be provided a notice of a violation of lease and opportunity to cure violation prior to issuance of notice of termination.
19-0483 9ai_AB-1481 and AB-1697.pdf
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19-0511 7b2_AB-1482_Chiu.pdf
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AB 1482 (Chiu) - Statewide Annual Cap on Rent Increases

Caps annual rent increases by five percent above the percent change in the cost of living and limits the total rental rate increase within a 12 month period to 10 percent.
19-0511 9aii_AB-1482_Chiu.pdf
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19-0512 7b3_SB-18_Skinner.pdf
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SB 18 (Skinner) - Keep Californians Housed Act

Authorizes a competitive grant program to be administered by Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to provide emergency rental assistance and legal aid for tenants facing eviction meditation between landlords and tenants and legal education.
19-0512 9aiii_SB-18_Skinner.pdf
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19-0508 7c1_SB-330_Skinner.pdf
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SB 330 (Skinner): Housing Crisis Act of 2019

SB 330 is a wide reaching bill that aims to accelerate housing development provide project proponents more certainty and lower fees and reduce displacement of existing residents from substandard buildings.
19-0508 9bi_SB-330_Skinner.pdf
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19-0479 7c2_SB-50_Wiener.pdf
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SB 50 (Wiener): Equitable Communities Incentives - Upzoning Near Transit & Jobs-Rich Areas & By Right Allowance for Small Residential Projects in Specified Areas

SB 50 would allow varying degrees of higher-density multifamily housing to be built within -mile of transit stations -mile of high-quality bus corridors and in areas designated as jobs-rich by the Department of Housing and Community Development. The bill also provides for smaller by-right residential development on vacant parcels in urbanized areas.
19-0479 7c2_Handout_San Mateo Comments.pdf
19-0479 9bii_SB-50_Wiener.pdf
19-0480 7c3_AB-1487_Chiu.pdf
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AB 1487 (Chiu): Housing Alliance for the Bay Area

AB 1487 (Chiu) would establish the Housing Alliance for the Bay Area (HABA) to increase funding for affordable housing in the nine-county region. The bill authorizes HABA to place on the ballot a series of revenue raising measures subject to certain return to source provisions to provide funding and technical assistance to local jurisdictions and affordable housing developers to help produce and preserve affordable housing and pay for tenant protection services. The bill provides that HABA would have the authority to buy and lease land for affordable housing purposes but not the ability to purchase land by eminent domain or regulate or enforce local land use decisions.
19-0480 9biii_AB-1487_Chiu.pdf
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19-0509 7c4_AB-11_Chiu.pdf
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AB 11 (Chiu): Community Redevelopment Law of 2019

AB 11 would restore to cities and counties the option to form an entity that can use tax-increment financing to pay for affordable housing and other local infrastructure priorities subject to approval of the Strategic Growth Council.
19-0509 7c4_AB-11_Chiu_rev.pdf
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19-0509 9biv_AB-11_Chiu.pdf
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19-0481 7c5_SB-13_Wieckowski.pdf
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SB 13 (Wieckowski): Accessory Dwelling Units

SB 13 would revise ADU law to require that a local government allow studio and one-bedroom ADUs of at least 850 square feet and two-bedroom or more ADUs of up to 1000 square feet and would prohibit ADU owner-occupancy requirements. The bill would limit impact fees imposed by local governments special districts or water corporations to 25 percent of the impact fees otherwise charged for a new single-family dwelling for ADUs 750 square feet or greater and would waive impact fees for ADUs less than 750 square feet. The bill would also limit to 60 days the time a local agency has to issue an ADU permit after receiving an application and create a 10-yeary amnesty program to incentivize owners of existing unpermitted ADUs to obtain the permits and inspections necessary to legalize the units.
19-0481 9bv_SB-13_Wieckowski.pdf
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19-0482 7c6_AB-1486_Ting.pdf
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AB 1486 (Ting): Surplus Lands Act Expansion and Revision

AB 1486 would revise the Surplus Lands Act (SLA) - the state law that requires local agencies to prioritize affordable housing as well as parks and open space when disposing of land no longer necessary for the agencys use - and other state laws related to making surplus public land available for affordable housing development.
19-0482 9bvi_AB-1486_Ting.pdf
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19-0375 5a_PBA 2050 - Regional Growth Framework Revisions_rev2.pdf
Plan Bay Area 2050 - Regional Growth Framework Revisions

Staff is presenting a status and performance report on current Priority Development Areas (PDAs) as requested at prior meetings. In addition staff is requesting that the ABAG Administrative Committee and MTC Planning Committee refer the proposed revisions to the Regional Growth Framework (PDA Priority Conservation Area and proposed new Priority Production Area pilot) highlighted in this memo and its attachments to their respective governing boards for approval.
19-0545 5f_AB-1485_Wicks.pdf
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AB 1485 (Wicks): Workforce Housing

AB 1485 would modify affordability requirements applicable to a developer who wants to take advantage of current laws by-right provisions in Senate Bill 35 (Wiener 2017) such that a project could either dedicate 10 percent of the total number of units to housing affordable to households making below 80 percent of the area median income (AMI)-as provided for in current law-or 20 percent to households earning below 120 percent AMI with an average income of units at or below 100 percent-which the bill would add as a new option.
19-0545 6i_AB-1485_Wicks.pdf
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19-0441 6a_Commission_Draft_Meeting_Minutes_04-24-2019.pdf
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Minutes of the April 24 2019 meeting
19-0468 2b_Appointment to Governance Committee .pdf
Appointment to the Joint ABAG MTC Governance Committee
19-0468 2b_HANDOUT_Appointment to Governance Committee.pdf
19-0477 6e_AB-69_Ting.pdf
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AB 69 (Ting): Small Home Building Standards

AB 69 would require the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to propose small home building standards governing ADUs smaller than 800 square feet junior ADUs and detached dwelling units smaller than 800 square feet. The standards must be submitted to the California Building Standards Commission (CBSC) for adoption by January 1 2021.
19-0375 10a_PBA 2050 - Regional Growth Framework Revisions.pdf
Plan Bay Area 2050 - Regional Growth Framework Revisions

Attached are the proposed revisions to the Regional Growth Framework (Priority Development Area Priority Conservation Area and proposed new Priority Production Area pilot) for approval.
19-0544 7a_Housing_Leg_Working_Group_Update.pdf
Housing Legislative Working Group Update

Report on the work of the ABAG-MTC Housing Legislative Working Group convened to provide input into staffs analysis of key housing bills under consideration in Sacramento this year.
19-0544 7a_HANDOUT_Attachment F_Ronen_Comments.pdf
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19-0544 7a_Handout_Attachment E_HLWG 5.1.19 Notes.pdf
19-0544 9_Legis_7a_Housing_Leg_Working_Group_Update_with Handouts.pdf
19-0501 2a_HANDOUT_tmp-4385_Griffin Ellen Resolution 5-19.pdf
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MTC Resolution No. 4385 - Resolution of Appreciation for Ellen Griffin upon her retirement after 30 years of service to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
19-0284 7a_Reso-4370_FY2019-20_OWP.pdf
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MTC Resolution No. 4370 - FY 2019-20 Overall Work Program (OWP) Planning Certification and Authorization for Execution of Agreements for Federal and State Planning Grants.

A request for approval of the FY 2019-2020 OWP which guides the collaborative metropolitan transportation planning process involving MTC ABAG Caltrans and other local transportation partners and for authorization to enter into agreements for transportation planning funds.