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Below are the important dates for 2018. If you would like to make additions or corrections to this calendar contact me.

Napa County Board of Supervisor's (BOS) meetings and Napa County Planning Commission (PC) meetings are held on the 3rd floor of the Napa County Building at 1195 3rd St, Napa 94559 .

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Tue, Oct 23, 2018

Board of Supervisors

Agenda and documents

6J Appointment of Christian G. Palmaz to the Napa County Airport Land Use Commission
This is the same commission that denied Mr. Palmaz' request for a personal use heliport.

From the agenda letter: "The County Executive Office advertised the vacancy and received one new application from Christian G. Palmaz."
Tue, Oct 30, 2018

Board of Supervisors

Carneros Resort development agreement
A request for direction on a proposed development agreement that would expand Napa municipal water services to the project, and create an enlarged access and expanded parking lot off Old Sonoma Hwy among other site modifications.
Notice of Public Hearing
LAFCO hearing on the Congress Valley-Old Sonoma Road Sphere of Influence expansion needed to expand municipal water service

County's Carneros Resort page
SCR on the Carneros Resort
Wed, Nov 7, 2018

Proposed joint BOS-PC meeting?

3/10/15 Redux? (see here)
After 3 plus years, and an extensive APAC process nominally devoted to the issue, and 65 more wineries and winery expansions approved and almost two million more visitation slots approved, the issue of winery growth gets another hearing before a joint session of the Board and the Planning Commission. 400 residents showed up at the last meeting to voice their concerns about the encroachment of winery tourism on their quality of life, and nothing in the intervening years has slowed the process.
Wed, Nov 28, 2018

County Planning Commission

American Canyon Solar Project
A trend-setting industrial power plant on ag land. Less than significant impacts in using up ag land for vineyard sized power generation facilities? What is PBES thinking? What will generate the most money - 18 acres of vines or solar collectors? 45,000 acres of underutilized vineyard land, already optimized for solar collection, could provide a lot of very profitable power for the Bay Area.
10/17/18 Planning Commission video and agenda
10/17/18 Agenda Letter
County's AmCan Solar Project page
SCR on the Landscape of Solar Power
[continued from Oct 17, 2018 Commission meeting]

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