About the Sea Level Rise Technical Advisory Committee
On September 5, 2017, the City Council passed Resolution 2017-57 to expand the membership of the Sea Level Rise Technical Advisory Committee (STAC) to add two additional positions. These two positions are intended to represent the interest of stakeholders with property in low lying floodplain areas.
STAC is made up of eleven members with representing the following classifications:
- Technical expertise in sea-level rise, dynamic modeling, and coastal engineering, including researchers and practitioners.
- Individuals directly impacted by sea-level rise, including property owners in the City with property in beach areas and bluff-tops, and users of City beaches and trails.
- Broader interest in coastal resources including representatives from citizen groups, non-profits, and regional organizations.
- Biologist experienced in wetland preservation and restoration.
- Representative(s) from the 22nd District Agricultural Association and/or the North County Transit District.
- Member(s) from City advisory committees, including the San Dieguito Lagoon Committee, Parks & Recreation Committee, and/or the Sustainability Advisory Board.
For more information, including a list of current members and agendas/minutes, visit the Sea Level Rise Technical Advisory Committee page.
The Political Reform Act (Government Code Sections 81000-91015) requires certain individuals to publicly disclose their personal assets and income by completing a Form 700 to ensure there are no financial conflicts of interest created by their new appointment. Forms 700s are filed annually in April and upon assuming or leaving office.
For information about the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Form 700 please go to http://www.fppc.ca.gov/
. The Assuming Office Form 700 must be filed within thirty (30) days of assuming office or ten (10) days for Planning Commission or Design Review Board appointments. The Form 700 should be filed with the Administrative Services Department.
Assembly Bill 1234 requires members of City boards, commissions, and committees complete two hours of ethics training after being appointed and every two years. Free ethics training is provided by the FPPC, and can be accessed online at http://localethics.fppc.ca.gov/login.aspx
. Upon completion of the online training, please provide a copy of the completion certificate to the Administrative Services Department.