Delta Protection Commission meeting

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01/21/2021 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

PUBLIC NOTICE AND MEETING AGENDA

Delta Protection Commission

Thursday, January 21, 2021
4:00 to 6:00 p.m. (End time of the meeting is approximate)

Teleconference and Web-based Meeting Only; No Physical Meeting Location
Phone number: 1 888 363 4734 (US Toll Free)
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(Authorized by and in furtherance of Executive Orders N-29-20 and N-33-20 )
Additional information about participating by telephone or Zoom is available here:

www.delta.ca.gov/remote-meetings

1. Call to Order and Flag Salute
2. Welcome & Roll Call
3. Public Comment – an opportunity for members of the public to address the Commission
regarding items not on the Agenda
4. Commissioner comments/announcements
Consent Agenda
5. Consider approval of November 19, 2020 meeting minutes
Regular Agenda
6. Receive Executive Director report – Erik Vink
7. Receive Delta Protection Advisory Committee report – Mark Pruner, DPAC Chair
8. Consider approval of Delta Protection Commission 2020 Annual Report – Erik Vink
9. Receive report on Delta Stewardship Council activities and Delta Adapts (DSC climate adaptation project) – Chair Susan Tatayon and Harriet Ross, Delta Stewardship Council
10. Receive report on Economic Sustainability Plan-Recreation and Tourism Chapter update and consider recommendations – Virginia Gardiner and Erik Vink
11. Receive report on review of Vision 2030 (Commission strategic plan) – Erik Vink
12. Adjourn

If you have any questions or need reasonable accommodations due to a disability, please contact our office at (916) 375-4800 or dpc@delta.ca.gov Attachments and additional information can be found on the Delta
Protection Commission website: www.delta.ca.gov
Comments submitted to submit@delta.ca.gov by noon on January 21 will be shared with Commissioners prior to the meeting to the extent possible. Public comments on each agenda item will follow the order of:
1) emailed comments, 2) people with “Raised Hand” inside of Zoom, and 3) those verbally requesting to make comments after notice offered by Chair during meeting.

The agenda items listed above may be considered in a different order at the Commission meeting, subject to the discretion of the Chair. At the discretion of the Commission, all items appearing on this agenda, whether or not
expressly listed for action, may be deliberated upon and may be subject to action. The Commission welcomes and encourages participation in its meetings. The Commission limits testimony to not more than three minutes
per person, or more time at the discretion of the Chair.

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