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Posted on: July 11, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Public Meeting: Town Council Review of Draft Tamal Vista Corridor Study Report

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On Tuesday, July 19, 2016, at 7:30pm at Corte Madera Town Hall, the Corte Madera Town Council will hold a public meeting to review, recommend possible revisions, and consider accepting the draft Tamal Vista Corridor Study Report.

The Tamal Vista Corridor Study Report is the end product of an eight-month Town-led public process to analyze and assess the existing conditions, development constraints, opportunities, and community vision for the area bounded by Madera Boulevard to the south, Tamal Vista Boulevard to the west, Wornum Drive to the north, and US Hwy 101 to the east. The study was facilitated by the Corte Madera Planning Department, which hired the Metropolitan Planning Group (M Group) to assist in developing analytical tools and facilitating community discussion and input into the study process.

The study is intended to result in a series of specific, community-supported policy recommendations that will directly inform the development of new zoning or other land use regulations to govern development in this area over the short and long term. The acceptance of the report therefore does not in itself change any land use regulations.

On June 14, 2016, the Corte Madera Planning Commission, at a duly-noticed public meeting, reviewed and forwarded the draft Tamal Vista Corridor Study to the Corte Madera Town Council for consideration.

The draft Tamal Vista Corridor Study Report is available on the Town of Corte Madera Tamal Vista Corridor Study web page at the following address: This web page also contains additional information regarding the study process, including past meeting summaries and background materials.

If you have any questions about the information contained in this notice, please contact the Planning Department at (415) 927-5064.

Access the Tamal Vista Corridor Study web page...
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