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People Voice Love of Estuaries

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As part of  I Heart Estuaries week earlier this month, the San Francisco Estuary Partnership

San Francisco Bay Trail Anniversary Gets National Attention

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The November issue of the American Planning Association's Planning Magazine features the 30th anniversary of the San Franc

Staff Consolidation Occurred July 1, 2017

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After more than two years of work and deliberations, ABAG staff was consolidated with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission on July 1, 2017.

Submit your comments to help Shape the Future of ABAG

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Cities, towns, and counties are asked to help Shape the Future of the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG).

Special General Assembly Shaping the Future of ABAG

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More than 120 attendees from local governments throughout the region attended the ABAG Special General Assembly on January 30, 2017.

Option 7 Implementation Action Plan - MTC Due Diligence Reports

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At the October 28th joint meeting of the ABAG Administrative Committee and the MTC Planning Committee, Public Financial Management, Inc.

Update Letter

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November 7, 2016

Letter from ABAG Executive Board to ABAG Staff

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Dear ABAG Staff:

Association of Bay Area Governments Executive Director Ezra Rapport Announces Retirement

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Executive Director Ezra Rapport will be retiring from the agency he has headed since 2010. Mr. Rapport will leave ABAG effective September 30, 2016.

ABAG-MTC Merger Update

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With ABAG Special Executive Board meeting on June 16th, and MTC's Commission meeting on June 22nd, certain conditions established by Resolution 4210 have now been met and the Merger Implementation

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Horizon Pop-Up Outreach Meetings, March 2018

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This March, MTC staff members visited all nine Bay Area counties to get community input for the Horizon initiative, a new planning effort underway that explores the pressing issues and possible cha