Bay Area Metro Center  
375 Beale Street  
San Francisco, CA 94105  
Meeting Agenda  
Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee  
David Canepa, Chair  
Jesse Arreguin, Vice Chair  
Eddie Ahn, Ken Carlson, Carol Dutra-Vernaci, Pat Eklund,  
Dave Hudson, Matt Mahan, Stephanie Moulton-Peters,  
Sue Noack, David Rabbitt, Belia Ramos, James P. Spering,  
Aaron Tiedemann, Vacant, and Vacant  
Non-Voting Member  
Dorene M. Giacopini  
Friday, June 9, 2023  
9:45 AM  
Board Room - 1st Floor  
This meeting shall consist of a simultaneous teleconference call at the following location(s):  
City of Novato, City Administrative Offices, Baget Conference Room, 922 Machin Ave, Novato,  
CA 94945  
Napa County Administration Building, CEO Office, Crystal Conference Room, 1195 Third  
Street, Suite 310, Napa, CA 94559  
Pinole Public Library, 2935 Valley Road, Pinole, CA 94564  
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1. Call to Order / Roll Call / Confirm Quorum  
Quorum: A quorum of this body shall be a majority of its regular voting members (7).  
2. Consent Calendar  
Approval of Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee Minutes of the April  
14, 2023 Meeting  
Committee Approval  
Legislative History  
Detailed list of bills the ABAG and MTC are tracking in Sacramento,  
including those ABAG or MTC supports or opposes.  
Georgia Gann Dohrmann  
MTC Resolution No. 4590: Revised Draft 2023 MTC Public Participation  
MTC Commission Approval  
Alex Eisenhart  
3. State Legislation  
Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24 State Budget Update  
Update on FY 2023-24 state budget, with a focus on transportation,  
housing, and climate adaptation provisions.  
Rebecca Long  
Assembly Bill 761 (Friedman): Transit Transformation Task Force  
Establishes a statewide task force to identify transit funding needs to  
support ridership growth, recommend policies aimed at increasing transit  
ridership and the customer experience, and recommend new rider-focused  
state performance metrics.  
Support / MTC Commission Approval  
Georgia Gann Dohrmann  
Assembly Bill 1377 (Friedman): Homelessness Assistance on Transit  
Expands reporting requirement for recipients of state Homeless Housing,  
Assistance and Prevention Program funds to include a summary of efforts  
to improve service delivery to unsheltered individuals on transit systems  
within the recipient’s jurisdiction.  
Support / ABAG Executive Board Approval  
Support / MTC Commission Approval  
Georgia Gann Dohrmann  
Assembly Bill 1657 (Wicks): Statewide Housing Bond  
Places a $10 billion general obligation (GO) bond on the March 2024  
statewide ballot for a variety of housing production and preservation  
Support / ABAG Executive Board Approval  
Support / MTC Commission Approval  
Julie Snyder  
4. Federal Legislation  
Washington, D.C. Legislative Update  
Report on key legislative, funding and political developments over the past  
month from Washington, D.C. prepared by the Summit Strategies team.  
Georgia Gann Dohrmann  
5. Public Comment / Other Business  
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6. Adjournment / Next Meeting  
The next meeting of the Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee will be held on  
Friday, July 14, 2023 at 9:45 a.m. at the Bay Area Metro Center, 375 Beale Street,  
San Francisco, CA, and other remote locations. Any changes to the schedule will be  
duly noticed to the public.  
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