Tehama County
California

Regular Item
10829

HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION - Executive Director Valerie Lucero

Information

Department:HSA / Mental HealthSponsors:
Category:Bid Waiver/Purchase Order

Financial Impact

As this was an unanticipated expense, the department did not budget for this Fixed Asset; however, there are sufficient funds available for transfer from 53180 Maintenance of Structure to 57500 Improvement of Structure.

REQUESTED ACTION (S)

a)              INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATION - Regarding the failure of the 10-ton heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) unit on the Tehama County Health Services Agency Community Crisis Response Unit (CCRU)

 

b)              Request adoption of findings, as set forth in the attachment that it is

              necessary to proceed immediately with replacement of the 10-ton HVAC unit at

              the Tehama County Health Services Agency - CCRU, 1860 Walnut Street,

              Building B, Red Bluff, pursuant to Public Contract Code 20134, to ensure public               health and safety, and continued County operations and services at the facility

 

c)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: MENTAL HEALTH, B-4- From Maintenance of Structure 40131-53180, $15,000 to Improvement of Structure 40131-57500 $15,000; thereby revising the Recommended Budget pursuant to Government Code section 29064, subdivision (b)(1)              

 

d)              Request authorization for the Chief Administrator to negotiate with a licensed

              contractor for immediate HVAC replacement, up to a maximum contract amount

              of $15,000; and further authorization to sign all necessary documents

 

 

BACKGROUND INFO

The 16-year old HVAC has an evaporator coil leak.  Repairs would be extremely difficult and costly, exceeding the value of the unit.  The unit provides air to the Community Crisis Response Unit (CCRU) which is a 24-hour locked unit that provides mental health services to the community.  The impending failure of this unit would allow this facility to become intolerably hot, threatening the health and safety of the clients and County staff.  

Meeting History

Sep 12, 2017 8:30 AM Audio Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting
draft Draft
RESULT:APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Steve Chamblin, Supervisor - District 1
SECONDER:Candy Carlson, Supervisor - District 2
AYES:Candy Carlson, Dennis Garton, Steve Chamblin, Bob Williams, Burt Bundy