Former Oak Park MAC member Glen Wilcox’ comment made me realize that I did not report on what, if any, action the Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) took on the Kanan biofilter project presented to them by the Ventural County Watershed Protection Agency on Tuesday, night, 3-24.
Unfortunately, this presentation was on the agenda as an Information Item, therefore not subject to a vote. As we know, the MAC is only an advisory body and has no real decision-making powers.
I understand that in 2014, the MAC voted OK for the Watershed Agency to go ahead and apply for the state money to build a stormwater filtering project in Oak Park, but without being presented with project details.
So, although there was no vote on it, a letter from MAC Chair Alon Glickstein was available at the meeting on this, but I don’t want to definitively report what it said till I find my copy. I am looking!