The Contra Costa Taxpayers Association (CoCoTax) invites you to attend an IN PERSON Luncheon Board /Members Meeting at Denny’s Restaurant 1313 Willow Pass road, Concord, on Friday February 23, 2024 at 11:45 am. Please register in advance online on the CoCoTax website where you can pay there, or bring cash or check on Friday and pay at the door-$25 for members, $30 for guests.
Our speaker will be WILL NELSON, Principal Planner, with the Contra Costa County, Department of Conservation and Development. Will has spent 14 years with the County in its Current Planning Section, working on projects ranging from residential additions to refinery and windfarm expansions.
Since 2015, Will has managed the county ‘s Advance Planning Section. He is the project manager for Envision Contra Costa 2040, which is the update of the County’s General Plan, and Zoning code and Climate Action Plan. Will deals with issues pertaining to the changes in the housing element and statewide zoning density laws and addressing climate action plans. These and other plans will serve as the basis for planning and infrastructure related decisions to be made by the County over the next 20 years.
Will graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder with a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design with a Planning Emphasis. This is a presentation you will want to hear.
CoCoTax invites you to attend an in-person Luncheon Meeting on March 22, 2024 at 11:45am at DENNY’S Restaurant 1313 Willow Pass Road, Concord. Please register in advance on the CoCoTax website where you can pay online or bring cash or check and pay at the door. $25 for members, $30 for guests.
Learn About the California Forever Project with Former SPUR CEO Gabriel Metcalf
California Forever proposes to build "a new community, solar farms, and a greenbelt of agriculture and habitat on approximately 60,000 acres of non-prime rangeland [it] purchased in eastern Solano County." The organization believes that "doing so would bring thousands of good paying jobs, new paths to middle-class home ownership in safe, walkable neighborhoods, new sources of clean energy, and stronger county tax base to fund essential services for every resident of Solano County."
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