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Meeting Name: ABAG Legislation Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/14/2020 9:35 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Board Room - 1st Floor
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Meeting video:  
Attachments: 6a Leg History, Agenda Packet, 8a Budget Update Rev, 8b Handout
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20-0221 13.a. MinutesApproval of ABAG Legislation Committee Summary Minutes of the January 10, 2020 Meeting   Action details Not available
20-0352 14.a. ReportElection of Legislation Committee Chair and Vice Chair Election of ABAG Legislation Committee Chair and Vice Chair.approvedPass Action details Not available
20-0166 15.a. MinutesApproval of MTC Legislation Committee Minutes of the January 10, 2020 Meeting   Action details Not available
19-1043 15.b. ResolutionMTC Resolution No. 3931, Revised - Policy Advisory Council Appointment   Action details Not available
20-0231 16.a. ReportLegislative History Detailed list of bills the Commission is tracking in Sacramento and Washington D.C., including those ABAG or MTC supports or opposes.   Action details Not available
20-0256 17.a. ReportSonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) 1/4-cent Sales Tax Extension Proposed support for a 30-year extension of the SMART District’s sales tax.   Action details Media Media
20-0292 17.b. ReportMeasure J: Contra Costa Transportation Authority Proposed support for Measure J, a new Contra Costa County ½-cent sales tax.   Action details Media Media
20-0208 18.a. ReportState Budget Update Update on the Governor’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-21 Budget proposal.   Action details Media Media
20-0351 18.b. ReportSenate Bill 278 (Beall): Bay Area Transportation Revenue Measure Update on proposed legislation to authorize a one percent sales tax to be approved by the voters in the nine Bay Area counties to fund transportation improvements and potentially affordable housing, and proposed advocacy concepts for that legislation.approvedPass Action details Media Media
20-0327 18.c. ReportSenate Bill 795 (Beall): Affordable Housing and Community Development Investment Program SB 795 is a reintroduction of SB 5 (Beall), which MTC and ABAG supported last year, but which was ultimately vetoed by the Governor due to concerns about its impact on the General Fund. The bill would establish a new mechanism to use local property tax revenue for affordable housing, infrastructure and climate change mitigation, among other purposes.approvedPass Action details Media Media
20-0167 19.a. ReportTom Bulger’s Report Report from Washington, D.C. advocate.   Action details Not available