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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: Joint MTC Legislation Committee and ABAG Legislation Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/13/2020 9:35 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Board Room - 1st Floor
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
Meeting video:  
Attachments: March 13, 2020 - Joint MTC Legislation Committee and ABAG Legislation Committee Packet Rev
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20-0329 13a. MinutesApproval of ABAG Legislation Committee Summary Minutes of the February 14, 2020 Meeting   Not available Not available
20-0330 14a. MinutesApproval of MTC Legislation Committee Minutes of the February 14, 2020 Meeting   Not available Not available
20-0332 15a. ReportLegislative History Detailed list of bills the Commission is tracking in Sacramento, including those ABAG or MTC supports or opposes.   Not available Media Media
20-0419 15b. ReportMarch 2020 Election Update: Impact on Transportation & Housing Update and analysis of the results of the March 3, 2020 primary election, including a summary of any transportation and housing-related measures.   Not available Media Media
20-0411 16a. Senate BillSenate Bill 1408 (Dodd): State Route 37 Toll Bridge Act Authorizes tolls and bond financing on State Route 37 (SR 37) to make various improvements.   Not available Media Media
20-0382 17a. Assembly BillAssembly Bill 725 (Wicks): Middle-Income Housing AB 725 (Wicks) aims to facilitate middle-income housing production by requiring at least 25 percent of each metropolitan jurisdiction’s share of moderate-income and above moderate-income regional housing need be allocated to sites zoned to allow at least two units of housing, but no more than 35 units per acre of housing.   Not available Media Media
20-0409 17b. Assembly BillAssembly Bill 2829 (Ting): Moderate-Income Housing Welfare Tax Exemption AB 2829 (Ting) creates a property tax exemption for qualified rental housing units with rents affordable to moderate-income households, with the goal of facilitating “missing middle” housing production.   Not available Media Media
20-0410 17c. Senate BillSenate 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 to fund transportation improvements and potentially affordable housing.   Not available Media Media
20-0207 18a. ContractContract - Washington, D.C. Legislative Representative Summit Strategies Government Affairs LLC ($900,000) A request for Committee approval of a three-year contract with Summit Strategies Government Affairs LLC in an amount not to exceed $900,000 ($300,000/year) for federal legislative advocacy services, with an option to extend for another three years, subject to the approval of future MTC budget.   Not available Media Media
20-0335 19a. ReportTom Bulger’s Report Report from Washington, D.C. advocate.   Not available Media Media