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  November 17, 2011
Belvedere E-Notifications

Citizen of the Year Nominations

Nominations Due in November


Nominations for the 2011 Citizen of the Year and Citizen Emeritus will be due November 21 by 4:30 pm.  Forms are available in the City's Fall 2011 Bella Belvedere print newsletter and via the City's website or the newsletter link below.


December Meetings

The next meeting for the Planning Commission will be December 7 - essentially only a Study Session.  At the meeting the Commission will discuss flood zone land use recommendations from the Ad Hoc Planning Commission Committee.  This will be the first time that the Commission will discuss the recommendations from both the Flood Committee and the Ad Hoc Planning Commission Committee.  While it is not a Public Hearing, the meeting is a Public Meeting and comments from the public are more than welcome!  Please plan to attend.

The path for the flood zone land use changes flows from this Planning Commission Meeting to a regular meeting in January to discuss the same and gather additional public input and then to the City Council in February or March.  The present recommendation, as advised at last night's Flood Zone Committee Meeting, is for those properties in the Flood Zone, to move their new height/elevation measure baseline to the 9' FEMA NAVD line.  All other zoning parameters would be addressed through the design review process. 

Your input is important, plan to attend either the December 7 or the January regular meeting of the Planning Commission.  For more information on the City's Flood Zone issues, visit the City's Flood Zone Resources webpage where issues such as current status, insurance, and more are discussed directly and via links at the bottom of the page.

The Flood Committee will meet on December 14 for their regularly scheduled meeting; but, on the Agenda will be a brief report from Michael Hornick, from FEMA.  Michael will discuss insurance issues in the flood zone and there will be plenty of opportunity for Q&A.  The Flood Committee meets at 6:30 pm and Michael will be one of the first things on the Agenda.  If you live in a flood zone, plan to attend and get your insurance questions answered.


Annual Town Meeting
Meeting Set for January 23, 2012

The Annual Town Meeting is set for January 23, 2012 at 7 pm.  Mark you calendars!  In addition to the Citizen of the Year and Citizen Emeritus Awards, there will be a State of the City presentation by the Mayor and City Manager.  Of keen interest by then will be the Land Use Recommendations from the Planning Commission to the City Council on changes to development standards applicable to properties in the FEMA Flood Zone.

Also scheduled prior to the Town Hall Meeting will be an unveiling of the new Electric Vehicle Charging Stations set to be installed in November/December.

Sincerely,

George Rodericks
City Manager


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Broom Busters Open Space Workday
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TibHolidayFestival_1E21BF8-672x1024.jpgTiburon Holiday Festival 2011 - Ice Skating is Back!
Friday, December 2 at 5:30 pm

The (almost) perfect little town of Tiburon, CA just got a little more Norman Rockwellesque this holiday season.

On Friday, December 2nd – for one magical, fun-filled night only – Tiburon Holiday Festival 2011 will feature an OUTDOOR ICE SKATING RINK for families, couples, ice skating enthusiasts, and everyone to delight!

So grab your coziest scarf and hat and get ready for a once in a lifetime opportunity to ice skate along the shores of the San Francisco Bay with the most breathtaking backdrop of the twinkling, present-wrapped San Francisco skyline.

The evening’s festivities will include: the traditional Fountain Plaza Tree Lighting Ceremony at 6pm with classic holiday carolers, costumed characters strolling along magical Main Street, wonderful holiday treats, yummy gingerbread house decorating, Winterland Snow Globe Making/Photo Shop for kids, and more!

In addition, the town’s eclectic shops and tasty restaurants will be offering specials to while away the hours. With spectacular views of the SF skyline, Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, and Angel Island (plus ice skating too), only a Scrooge would dare miss this memorable San Francisco Bay Area holiday event!  Reservations for ice skating will be taken starting Tuesday, November 1.

For more details, visit shoptiburon.info.

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Individual Tickets start at $75
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Sponsorships start at $500
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For over 50 years the Angel Lights have shined brightly
throughout the month of December, thanks to donors like you
ADOPTING A LIGHT to support this historic California State Park.

Click here to adopt an Angel Light
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LandmarksAG.jpgLandmarks Holiday Art and Craft Sale
Saturday, December 3, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Cottage at the Art & Garden Center

This popular holiday fair with art and crafts from local artists, includes jewelry, pastel and watercolor paintings, scarves and sweaters, cards, pottery, gift boxes, and goodies (chocolates, cookies and preserves), as well as Landmarks famous pear brandy!

No charge. Free cider for all who shop, and fun door prizes.

The Art & Garden Center, 841 Tiburon Blvd., between Gilmartin and San Rafael Avenue.

Visit http://www.landmarks-society.org/ for more info!

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OSH_BroomBusters_Before.jpgOpen Space Workday, Nature Walk & Lunch
Saturday, December 3, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tiburon Peninsula Club Parking Lot

Get a good workout, learn about local wildlife and enjoy a hearty lunch on Saturday, December 3 when the Broom Busters of Old St. Hilary's Open Space host their biggest workday of the year from 9 am to 1 pm. 

Volunteers will meet in the parking lot of the Tiburon Peninsula Club (1600 Mar West Street) and will pull broom on the open space behind the club.  Marin County Parks Rangers will be on hand to direct the efforts, provide tools, snacks and lunch.  Naturalist David Herlocker will lead a walk to show how plants and animals benefit from habitat restoration and point out unique features of the open space.

The Broom Busters have been battling broom, bull thistle and other non-native plants since 1997, and they need reinforcements.  Workdays are usually the first Saturday morning each month.  The requirements are simple:  "Come when you can; leave when you must."  No experience is needed.

To volunteer or to receive e-mail announcements of future workdays, call the Volunteer Coordinator at Marin County Parks - (415) 499-3778.

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Spaghettistock - a Far Out Fundraiser
St. Stephen's Church, 3 Bayview, Belvedere
Friday, December 9 from 6 pm to 10 pm

The Rotary Club of Tiburon-Belvedere invites members of the community to get on board for Spaghettistock, a celebration of peace, love and spaghetti with a 1960s theme, on Friday, December 9, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., at St. Stephen’s Church, 3 Bayview Avenue, Belvedere. Tickets are $25 per person and include an open bar for the first hour, a delicious spaghetti dinner with a choice of three sauces and a contest for the best ’60s costume. The evening’s festivities will also include a live auction with the opportunity for attendees to bid on a trip to New Zealand, a silent auction with items ranging from a fabulous Indian cooking class and dinner to premium wines and holiday gifts, a 50/50 raffle (in which the winner gets half of the proceeds from raffle sales, and the club gets the other half) and a dessert auction.
Proceeds will go to help fund the club’s local, national and international projects. Among its accomplishments are peace poles at Reed School and Tiburon Town Hall, the Hilarita community garden, Bel Aire School’s project to send a village-size solar cooker to Liberia, teacher of the year awards and support for Rotaplast’s mission to perform cleft-palate surgery on needy children around the world.

For tickets, please contact Laurie at 435-7386 or gotready@gmail.com.

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Sincerely ,

George Rodericks
City Manager
City of Belvedere

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