Items 67 and 68 on Tuesday’s Regular BOS agenda include Miley’s recommendation to the Supervisors that trial attorney Janet Everson and Graceland Equestrian Center owner Chuck Moore be appointed to the MAC.
Miley has not decided which candidate will fill a third seat, currently occupied by John Ryzanych. His term expired on August 1, 2014, according to the Castro Valley MAC website. The runner-ups for Ryzanych’s seat are Mark Peterson, Linda Tangren, and Michael Baldwin, a member of Castro Valley Matters who has written extensively about municipal advisory councils and local governance issues for the Castro Valley Matters blog.
Castro Valley Matters has a pending request with Miley’s office that the MAC candidates provide a statement, to be published on this blog, about why each would like to serve on the MAC.
At Tuesday’s meeting, the Supervisors will also consider a repeal, brought to the Board by the Community Development Agency (CDA) based on a request by Miley and Supervisor Wilma Chan, to the 90-day moratorium on rental increases for mobile home parks in unincorporated Alameda County they approved on March 10. According to a letter from CDA to the Board in the back-up documentation, “park owners have agreed to extend their voluntary moratorium on rent increases during this extended process.”
Castro Valley Matters previously wrote about the mobile home park rent increase moratorium in March.