April 19, 2018 Enforcement Committee Meeting
Time and Location
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Bay Area Metro Center
375 Beale Street
Board Room, First Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
- Call to Order
- Roll Call
- Public Comment
- Approval of Draft Minutes for January 18, 2017
- Public Hearing and Possible Vote on a Recommended Enforcement Decision Involving Proposed Cease and Desist Civil Penalty Order No. CDO 2018.02; the North Coast Rail Authority (NCRA)
BCDC’s Enforcement Committee will hold a public hearing and possibly vote on a recommended enforcement decision, including adoption of proposed Cease and Desist and Civil Penalty Order No. CDO 2018.02 that would be issued by the Commission to NCRA for an alleged violation at Hunters Club Road, located in the City of Novato, Marin County consisting of the unauthorized placement of approximately four cubic yards of dirt and gravel, stakes, and wood boards in the Commission’s Bay jurisdiction, as originally placed and subsequently redistributed by tidal water flowing through Beattie Marsh and an unnamed slough. The Order would require the NCRA within specified time frames to, among other provisions: (1) cease and desist from all activity in violation of the McAteer-Petris Act; (2) submit a comprehensive plan for review and approval by the Executive Director for the remediation of the damage at the site, prepared by a qualified professional or professionals, after consultation with all relevant local, state and federal agencies; (3) implement the staff-approved remediation plan; and (4) and pay a civil penalty of $30,000 to the Bay Fill Clean-up and Abatement Fund, 50% of which may be waived upon determination by the Executive Director that NCRA has substantially complied with the terms of the Order.
(Matthew Trujillo) [415/352-3633; firstname.lastname@example.org]
(Marc Zeppetello) [415/352-3655; email@example.com]
Cease and Desist Order (PDF)
Revisions to the Executive Director’s Recommended Enforcement Decision and Proposed Commission Cease and Desist and Civil Penalty Order No. CDO 2018.02; North Coast Rail Authority (PDF)
- Report of the Chief of Enforcement
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