The Millbrae City Council acknowledges that we occupy the unceded ancestral, traditional, and contemporary homeland of the Ramaytush Ohlone peoples, who are the original inhabitants of the San Francisco Peninsula. We wish to pay our respects to the Ancestors and Relatives of the Ramaytush Community and to affirm their sovereign rights as First Peoples. We recognize that the Ramaytush Ohlone have lived in harmony with nature for millennia, and that to achieve a truly ecologically sustainable future for Millbrae, we must embrace Indigenous traditional ecological knowledge in how we care for the city’s lands, waters, and all its people. We will continue to uplift and foster a meaningful relationship with the Ramaytush Ohlone community, and we encourage all to visit www.ramaytush.org to learn more about the Ramaytush Ohlone people.
2. PUBLIC COMMENTS: Reserved for persons wishing to comment on any item not appearing on the agenda. Public Communication is limited to no more than thirty (30) minutes, with each speaker given no more than three (3) minutes. If more than ten (10) speakers are present, speakers’ time shall be reduced so that all speakers have an equal time to speak. Although we welcome and encourage public communication, the views or information presented by the speakers are not necessarily the views of the Bikes and Pedestrian Committee or the members of the public in Millbrae.
3. EXISTING BUSINESS
Bike Rodeo (nothing new to report, on agenda leaving for new BPAC member)
4. NEW BUSINESS
Introduction of Jordan Miranda, new BPAC member
Traffic Calming on Park Blvd
December meeting discussion- Cancel Reschedule - Action