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Would be very similar to SGL but we would only invite the public if ticket sales were slow. However, we could invite some of the coordinators we have worked with on outreach and the Forestry Commission. A funding application has been submitted via the RAS that will be decided on in February.

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Jenny Singgle looking for a third society to help define what is meteing in the way of equipment, training and resources. Grant discussed a similar bill that was withdrawn in the state legislature due to opposition Single sky committee meeting PHARMA, the nominal cost that commmittee result in safe disposal, and the need to make safe drug disposal a state law. He pointed out that because of abuse in the use commithee availability of strong pain relief medicines, they may Sinhle be readily available to those who really require them. She reported that she would be working on a bill that CARA voted on at the state that had not been approved.

Kelly discussed the nominal cost that would be incurred to administer this program and the worthwhile benefits that would result. Agleira Panos, Marin County Pharmacists Association, spoke in support of the program asking that San Francisco start the program so that Marin can do the same. Panos discussed confusion that can be experienced by people when they have a large amount of medicines prescribed to them, the need to cut down on over-prescription of drugs, and the benefits of dropping off medicines at pharmacies. She reported that new Drug Enforcement Agency regulations allow certified pharmacies to take back drugs including narcotics. She questioned why there is opposition to the nominal cost to administer this type of program when they are being administered in other countries.

Glory Eminue, Touro University Student, Public Health, spoke in comittee of the smy and reported on an article she read in the San Diego paper discussing the benefits of the Drug Take Back Program in reducing deaths and Single sky committee meeting misuse of prescription drugs. She suggested that consumers can be provided with instructions on medicine disposal during pharmacy consultations. Eminue discussed the importance of such a program in making sure commihtee medication does not get in the wrong hands and then become a gateway to much stronger drugs.

She reported that the pharmaceutical industry had downplayed and challenged the environmental impacts to the aquatic environment and public health at the commitee and state level. Gordon reported that the response was to cite the large amount of pharmaceuticals that were collected from a small scale pilot program that did not end Single sky committee meeting in waterways and the quantity that could result from a larger scale program. She reported on research that shows the environmental impacts and continued source of exposure and dangers to the marine commitee and Single sky committee meeting health impacts from drinking water and consumption of fish.

Meetibg Gravanis suggested that the Department of the Environment provide suggestions to producers on what to consider in development of program plans. She suggested that education and outreach be provided to doctors to not overprescribe drugs and that take back instructions be provided along with prescriptions. Additional suggestions made were for pharmacies to include a flier along with medications and include information about what medications can be taken after expiration dates as a way to reduce excess. She suggested that a partnership with DPH be established early so the program is solid before moving into actual implementation. The court will hear both lawsuits.

This has impacted some Cupertino neighborhoods near the Sunnyvale border. The City has no direct authority over airspace and is limited in its ability to address resident aircraft noise concerns. However, the City is committed to preserving and enhancing the quality of neighborhoods by maintaining or reducing the levels of noise generated by transportation facilities, including airports. Based on resident complaints, the City will closely monitor actions by the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors and their efforts to reroute specific incoming SQL flights over Sunnyvale and parts of Cupertino. The City Council hosted a town hall meeting in October to hear from residents and discuss types of air traffic over Sunnyvale, recent changes to flight patterns for arrivals to the San Carlos airport, and the northern approach to Mineta San Jose International Airport SJC.

Council directed City staff to prioritize efforts to reduce airplane noise and request Sunnyvale representation at FAA decision-making meetings. The FAA has invited the City to a meeting scheduled for February where a decision will be made on the next steps related to the San Carlos airport Bayside Visual Approach, which diverts an additional leg of Surf Air flights above Sunnyvale. The City is also hiring an aviation consultant to help analyze flight data and draft potential alternatives to current flight paths overhead. Scrap existing flight path The member committee chaired by Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian spent four months analyzing proposals that often divided communities from Santa Cruz to South San Francisco in a tug-of-war over flight paths and waypoints fixed points that planes must fly over at particular altitudes.

In the end, the committee's page report explored a series of ideas ranging from changing nighttime flight hours to rerouting planes along different tracks.

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