McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee
All McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee (MMAC) meetings are open to the public, and will be conducted according to the requirements of the Brown Act.
- 4th Wednesday of every month
- 6 pm
- McKinleyville School District Azalea Hall 1620 Pickett Rd. McKinleyville, CA
McKinleyville Incorporation Exploration Subcommittee (MIESC)
- 3rd Wednesday of every Month
- 4-6 PM
- McKinleyville Community Services District Conference Room
Agendas & Minutes
Please note: When a meeting is recorded, the videos are typically posted the Thursday following the MMAC meeting.
January 25, 2023 MIESC Meeting Recording Passcode: @%jt31PY
February 22, 2023 MIESC Meeting Recording Passcode: &eRTY6&9
The MMAC is comprised of seven volunteers who reside, own property or conduct a business in the greater McKinleyville area.
To send public comments to the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee, email them to the Clerk of the Board's office at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Clerk of the Board will distribute correspondence to the MMAC members in accordance with Brown Act procedures.
The MMAC provides a consistent and inviting community forum for the public to hear about and advise the Planning Commission and board on local community issues. This could include issues regarding:
- Land-use Planning
- Public Health
- Public Works
The MMAC is tasked with gathering input from the community and commenting on matters of concern which relate to county services provided to the greater McKinleyville area including but not limited to public works, health, safety, welfare and public financing. The MMAC is not intended to address countywide topics.
A secondary responsibility of the MMAC is to review, comment and provide advisory recommendations to the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors on proposed zoning amendments, and general plan petitions and amendments located within the McKinleyville planning area related to conformance with the McKinleyville community plan. The MMAC will also discuss and provide input on long-range planning issues.
The MMAC does not review, comment or provide advisory recommendations on subdivisions, conditional use permits, special permits, coastal development permits or variances unless they are part of a larger project which also includes a general plan amendment or zone reclassification. The MMAC will make recommendations on proposed zoning and general plan petitions and amendments, but is not a decision making body. The MMAC does not have authority to make, set, provide interpretation of or enforce county ordinances, policies or laws.
|Kevin Dreyer||08/21/12||08/23/16; 09/01/20||08/24|
|Greg Orsini (Member) Scott Binder (Alternate)||01/21||1/22||01/23|