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Meeting Agenda  
Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee  
Jesse Arreguin, Chair  
Sam Liccardo, Vice Chair  
Eddie Ahn, David Canepa, Carol Dutra-Vernaci,  
Pat Eklund, Victoria Fleming, Barbara Halliday,  
Dave Hudson, Gordon Mar, Karen Mitchoff,  
Alfredo Pedroza, David Rabbitt, Belia Ramos,  
Libby Schaaf, Jim Spering, and Vacant  
Non-Voting Members  
Dorene M. Giacopini and Vacant  
Friday, December 9, 2022  
9:45 AM  
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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 (9).  
2. Consent Calendar  
Approval of Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee Minutes of the  
November 4, 2022 Meeting  
Committee Approval  
3. Election Update  
November 2022 Election Update  
Readout of November 2022 local, state, and national election results,  
including an analysis of housing and transportation ballot measures.  
Rebecca Long  
4. State and Federal Legislation  
Proposed Final 2023 Joint Advocacy Program  
Final 2023 Joint Advocacy Program for MTC and ABAG outlining the  
agencies’ state and federal legislative priorities.  
ABAG Executive Board Approval  
MTC Commission Approval  
Georgia Gann Dohrmann  
State Budget Strategy to Address Transit Agency Fiscal Cliff  
Overview of the strategy to secure multi-year funding to stave off the  
transit operating fiscal cliff and rebuild ridership.  
Rebecca Long  
Sacramento and Washington, D.C. Visits  
Update on preparations for MTC/ABAG’s 2023 Sacramento and  
Washington D.C. legislative advocacy trips.  
Georgia Gann Dohrmann  
Washington, D.C. Legislative Update  
November 2022 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 Friday,  
January 13, 2023 at 9:45 a.m. Any changes to the schedule will be duly noticed to  
the public.  
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Section 3.09 of MTC's Procedures Manual (Resolution No. 1058, Revised) if, in the chair's  
judgment, it is necessary to maintain the orderly flow of business.  
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individuals who are willfully disrupting the meeting. Such individuals may be arrested. If order  
cannot be restored by such removal, the members of the Committee may direct that the meeting  
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the disturbance), and the session may continue.  
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