REMINDER: The April 11, 2017 meeting of the Tehama County Board of Supervisors is cancelled pursuant to the Board's policy to cancel the second meeting in a non-holiday month
8:30 AM Public Comment
CLOSED SESSION
1. CLOSED SESSION

a)              EMPLOYEE NEGOTIATIONS - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS
(Government Code Section 54957.6)

 

              Agency Negotiators:  Linda Johnson & Williams Goodwin

 

              Employee Organization:

Tehama County Law Enforcement Management Association

 

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2. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

              (Government Code Section 54957)

 

              Title: Chief Administrator

 

 

b)              EMPLOYEE NEGOTIATIONS / CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR
(Government Code Section 54957.6)
 

Agency Designated Representative:  Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

Unrepresented / Contract Employee:
1)              Chief Administrator

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3. CLOSED SESSION

a)              CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS
(Government Code Section 54956.8)
1)              Property: Madison St. Right-of-Way between Pine St. And Oak St., Red Bluff,

                            CA

                            Agency Negotiator:                            Williams J. Goodwin

                            Negotiating Party:                            City of Red Bluff, Owner

                            Under Negotiation:                            Price and Terms of Payment

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4. CLOSED SESSION

a)              INITIATION OF LITIGATION - Conference with Legal Counsel pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9 subdivision (d)(4). One case

 

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5. CLOSED SESSION

a)              CLOSED SESSION - EXISTING LITIGATION - Conference with Legal Counsel

regarding litigation that has been formally initiated, pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1). The name of the case is Terri Freitas v. County of Tehama, Department of Environmental Health, et al., Tehama County Superior Court Case No. 17CI000053

 

b)              CLOSED SESSION - EXISTING LITIGATION - Conference with Legal Counsel

regarding litigation that has been formally initiated, pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1). The name of the case is Michael Vern Murchison v. County of Tehama, et al., Tehama County Superior Court Case No. 16CI000101

 

 

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10:00 AM CALL TO ORDER / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
PUBLIC COMMENT
6. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

This time is set aside for citizens to address the Board on any item of interest to the

public that is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board. The Chair reserves the

right to limit each speaker to three (3) minutes. Disclosure of a speaker’s identity is

purely voluntary during the public comment period. Individuals addressing the Board are

to speak clearly into the microphone.

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ANNOUNCEMENT OF AGENDA CORRECTIONS
REPORTABLE ACTIONS FROM CLOSED SESSION
REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234, AD HOC AND STANDING COMMITTEES)
7. REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234, AD HOC AND STANDING COMMITTEES)
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CONSENT AGENDA
8. AUDITOR'S CLAIMS

a)              Social Services, 53280, Dept. of Social Services, $130,075.00

b)              Trial Court Contribution, 555215, State Treasurer-Cash Mgmt, $23,122.50

c)              Trial Court Contribution, 555210, State Treasurer-Cash Mgmt. $156,990.00

d)              Public Defender, 53700, Shon Northam, $32,466.06

             

 

 

 

 

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9. GENERAL WARRANT REGISTER - February 27-March 10, 2017
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a. FUNDS 101-211 02272017THRU03102017
b. FUNDS 601-615 02272017THRU03102017
10. DISTRICT ATTORNEY / PERSONNEL

a)              Request approval of a Personnel Action Form for a leave absence due to an industrial injury for Employee #1656 from 3/7/17 through 4/13/17

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a. PAF
11. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE / VICTIM / WITNESS

a)              Authorize the District Attorney to accept the State of California, Office of Emergency Services, Victim/Witness Assistance Program Grant in the amount of $197,215 for FY 2016-2017

 

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a. Form A-135
b. VW2017-CoCo
c. VW Grant Approval
12. CLERK & RECORDER

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Clerk & Recorder to

sign the agreement with PFA, Inc. for the purpose of creating and/or processing film, truncation of records and copies of images for archival purposes in an amount not to exceed $150,000, effective upon date of signing through 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-53)

 

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a. Approval as to Form 8495
b. PFA
13. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign Amendment No.1 to the Agreement with Dignity Health dba St. Elizabeth Community Hospital (Misc. Agree. #2016-222) for the provision of more of the same services within the Hospital Preparedness Plan (HPP) for disaster and emergencies, as well as the purchase of a POD refrigerator, thereby increasing the compensation amount by $17,283 for total maximum compensation not to exceed $105,307

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-54)

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a. Approval as to form
b. HPP Amendment
14. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / DRUG & ALCOHOL DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the application with the California Department of Health Care Services for Drug Medi-Cal Certification extension at the Corning service location which is set to expire on 5/31/17

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-55)

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a. Approval as to Form
b. Certification Application Corning
15. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / DRUG & ALCOHOL DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the application with the California Department of Health Care Services for Drug Medi-Cal Certification extension at the Red Bluff service location which is set to expire on 4/30/17

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-56)

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a. Approval as to Form
b. Certification Application Red Bluff
16. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the agreement with Owen's Healthcare for the provision of providing Hepatitis B vaccinations, Measles Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccinations, Varicella vaccinations, and Tuberculin Skin Testing to certain employees of contractor determined to be at risk for exposure, for the cost of the vaccine plus an administration fee per injection, effective 4/1/17 and shall terminate 3/31/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-57)

 

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a. CC Approval to Form
b. Owen's Healthcare 19
17. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the amendment to the agreement with His Ideas, Inc., a California corporation dba Children Foster Family Agency (Misc. Agree. #2016-114) for the provision of providing mental health services, thereby increasing the total compensation during the fiscal year 2016-17 from $425,000 to $550,000 and leaving the remaining total compensation during the FY 2017-18 and FY 2018-19 at $425,000 per FY

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-65)

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a. His Ideas amend
18. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign Agreement No. 05-LE-11051360-004 Modification No. 005 Exhibit “A” FY 2017, Patrol Operations Plan and Financial Plan for Cooperative Patrol with USDA, Forest Service, Mendocino National Forest in the amount of $5,000; wherein the Sheriff will provide law enforcement services for the protection of persons and their property when visiting or using the Mendocino National Forest and to utilize the opportunity to cooperate with State and Federal agencies in carrying out their specific responsibilities related to the National Forest System, and for which the Sheriff will be reimbursed up to $4,000 for Patrol and $1,000 for dispatch for a total maximum reimbursement not to exceed $5,000, effective 10/1/16 and ending 9/30/17

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-58)

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a. 16-17 Mendocino $5,000.00 2017 Annual Patrol Operating And Financial Plan
b. County Counsel Approval
19. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

a)              AGREEMENT - Approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign Agreement No. 16-LE-11051360-004 Mod 06 Exhibit “B” FY 2017, Controlled Substances Operating and Financial Plan, for Cooperative Patrol with USDA, Forest Service, Lassen, Mendocino and Shasta-Trinity National Forest in the amount of $32,000, wherein the Sheriff will provide law enforcement services within these National Forest Service lands, effective 10/1/16 and ending 9/30/17

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-59)

 

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a. County Counsel Approval Exhibit B
b. 16-17 Lassen,Mendocino ans Shasta-trinity $32,000.00 2017 Controlled Substance Annual Op and Fin Plan
20. COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

a)              CALWORKS ADMINISTRATIVE OVERSIGHT TEAM

1)              One appointment to replace Denise Norwood as Drug & Alcohol Representative for no-set-term

(Interested person: Judy Thronburg)

 

2)              One appointment to replace Lori Strahan as Mental Health Services Representative for no-set-term

(Interested person: Joann Jeffery)

 

3)              One appointment to fill the vacancy left by Kas Causeya as Faith Community Representative for no-set-term

(Interested person: Scott Camp)

 

    

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a. Letter of Appointment-Calworks AOT
REGULAR AGENDA
21. TEHAMA COUNTY FARM BUREAU - Vice President Tyler Christensen

a)              PROCLAMATION - Request adoption of a proclamation proclaiming March 21, 2017 as National Agriculture Day in Tehama County

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a. National Ag Day Proclamation 2017
22. LASSEN NATIONAL FOREST - District Ranger Kathleen Nelson & Forest Supervisor Dave Hays

a)              INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATION - Regarding an overview of fiscal year 2017 Program of Work

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a. Lassen National Forest
23. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

a)              Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the Statement of Support (SOS) acknowledging the County’s commitment of support to the Guard and Reserve members employed by the County of Tehama

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a. Guard & Reserve Statement of Support
b. Employer Support Request Letter
24. AUDITOR / CONTROLLER - Auditor LeRoy Anderson

a)              Request approval and authorization to file the Fiscal Year 2015/16 Annual Disclosure Report for the County of Tehama Certificates of Participation, Series 2014

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a. COP2017Disclosure Memo
b. Attachment 1 Tehama Financial Statements YE 2016
c. Continuing Disclosures Tables 1-17
d. County Investment Portfolio Updates
e. Continuing Disclosure Table 20
f. Continuing Disclosure Table 21
g. Continuing Disclosure 2016 COP - Indebtedness
25. VETERANS SERVICE OFFICE - Veterans Service Officer Kelly Osborne

a)              Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the letter to Senator Richard Roth requesting a rejection of a $1.7 million cut in the 2017-18 Governor's Budget for the Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet)

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a. Cal Vet Budget
26. FIRE DEPARTMENT / PURCHASING - Chief Christine Thompson

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: SHERIFF, B-36 - From Homeland Security to Contingency, $33,161; and From Contingency to Internal Assets, $33,161

(requires 4/5 vote)

 

b)              Request to adopt the finding that State General Services Contract #1-16-42-04A with Bauer Compressors Inc. for the acquisition of forty (40) MAS brand Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) air bottles, meets all Tehama County Bidding criteria and allows the County to take advantage of special low pricing without the time and expense involved with conducting a formal bid process

 

c)              Request to find it in the best interest of the County to waive the formal bid process for the acquisition of forty (40) MAS brand SCBA air bottles based on the finding

 

d)              Request authorization for the Purchasing Department to issue a purchase order to Bauer Compressors Inc. for the acquisition of forty (40) MAS brand SCBA air bottles for the Fire Department in the amount of $34,223.12

 

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a. SCBA Bid Waiver
b. User_Instruction_SCBA_V5
c. ATTACHMENT_1__Pricing_Worksheetv3
d. Bauer Compressors Inc. quote
e. PO Fire Bauer Compressor Inc - Mar 2017
f. Budget Transfer
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27. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES - Director Amanda Sharp

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Social Services

Director, or her Designee, to sign the Psychotropic Medication Data Sharing Agreement between the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) and the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) for health care and child welfare services data sharing thereby designating Tehama County to receive data under this MOU for health oversight purposes, at no cost to the County and for no set term

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-60)

 

 

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a. PsychotropicMedicationDataSharingAgreement
b. Approved as to Form 031317
RECESS to convene as the Tehama County Air Pollution Control District
28. TEHAMA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT - Air Pollution Control Officer Joseph Tona

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-23 - Request adoption of a resolution approving Carl Moyer Air Quality Standards Attainment Program Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (YR 19) Application

 

b)                Request approval and authorization for the Air Pollution Control Officer to sign the

              Carl Moyer Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (YR 19) Application

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a. A-135 Grant Form year 19
b. Application FY 2016-17 (Year 19) Carl Moyer Program
c. CMP Application Resolution yr 19
d. Solicitation Memo FY 2016-17 (Yr 19) CMP
e. Tentative Allocations FY 2016-17 (Year 19) CMP
f. COCO Approval_APCD_Carl Moyer Yr 19 Application_02282017_105657
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ADJOURN to reconvene as the Tehama County Board of Supervisors
29. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE / DIVISION OF ANIMAL SERVICES - Animal Care Center Manager Christine McClintock

a)              DONATION - Request for the Director of Animal Services to accept donations in the amount of $18,000 into the Animal Care Center’s Donation account to be used towards the purchase of replacement Cat Condos/Cages:

 

·              $1,000 from Tina Burgess

·              $1,000 from Ev McDonough

·              $16,000 from Anonymous Donor

 

b)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: ANIMAL SERVICES, B-33 - From Donations to Contingency, $23,544.65; and From Contingency to Special Dept. Equipment $23,544.65

(requires 4/5 vote)

 

 

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a. T Burgess Donation
b. E McDonough Donation
c. AS Donations& Transfer Cat Condo
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30. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE / DIVISION OF ANIMAL SERVICES - Animal Care Center Manager Christine McClintock

a)              Request confirmation of the application that was submitted on 2/16/17 by the Tehama County Animal Care Center Manager to apply for the 2017 Animal Homelessness and Cruelty Fund Grant from the California Department of Food and Agriculture in the amount of $7,500

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a. 2017 CDFA Grant Info
b. 2017 CDFA Grant Application Guidance
c. 2017 CDFA Grant Application
d. 2017 CDFA Grant App A-135
e. Revenue Taxation Code Section 18755-18755.3
f. Approval as to Form 9579
31. COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS / SPECIAL DISTRICT

a)              TEHAMA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT INDIRECT

SOURCE RULE REVIEW COMMITTEE - One appointment to fill the vacant position of Sean Moore as representative of County of Tehama for no set term

(Interested person: Kristen Maze) 

 

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32. PLANNING DEPARTMENT - Planning Director Kristen Maze

a)               Request that the Board of Supervisors find that the 2016 Calendar year 2009-2029 General Plan and 2014-2019 Housing Element Annual Progress Report fully complies with Government Code Section 65400 and Adopt the information contained within Attachment A (HCD Annual Housing Element Progress Report Form 032710)

 

b)              Request that the Board of Supervisors direct staff to forward the Annual Report with the required HCD Forms to the California Office of Planning and Research and the California Department of Housing and Community Development in accordance with Government Code Section 65400 (a)(2)

 

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a. 2016 GP & HE ANNUAL REPORT TO BOS
b. GP and HE Annual Progress Report Attachment A
33. PLANNING DEPARTMENT - Planning Director Kristen Maze

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the Agreement with Corning Solar 1, LLC for Indemnity and Payment of Costs for Environmental Review, including staff time, with an initial deposit in the amount of $100,000 (payable in three installments)

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-61)

 

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a. Corning Solar Indem Agreement-v3
b. Corning Solar Indem Staff
c. Corning Solar Project Overview
34. DORMANT WELLS AND RELATED GROUNDWATER ISSUES AD-HOC COMMITTEE / WELL PERMIT ORDINANCE - Environmental Health Director Tim Potanovic

a)              Request to find that adoption of the proposed Ordinance amending Title 9 of the

Tehama County Code relating to groundwater well permits and dormant

groundwater wells is not a project subject to review under the California

Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), pursuant to CEQA Guidelines sections 15060,

subdivision (c)(2); 15061, subdivision (b)(3); and 15378, and that in addition to the

foregoing general exemptions, the Ordinance is also categorically exempt from

review under CEQA under the Class 7 and Class 8 Categorical Exemptions

(regulatory activity to assure the protection of natural resources and the

environment), and direction to the Environmental Health Director to file a Notice of

Exemption upon adoption of the ordinance

 

b)              ORDINANCE NO. 2017-2037 - Request adoption of an ordinance amending Title 9 of the Tehama County Code relating to groundwater well permits and dormant groundwater wells

         1)   Waive the first reading

         2)   Accept the Introduction

 

 

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a. Dormant Well Ordinance 2017 (Final)
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35. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS / COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

a)              Request approval and authorization to dissolve the Dormant Wells and Related Groundwater Issues Ad Hoc Committee, established by the Board of Supervisors on October 18, 2016

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36. DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE/ VICTIM / WITNESS - District Attorney Gregg Cohen and Victim/Witness Coordinator Jeffery Eldred

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: DISTRICT ATTORNEY-VICTIM/WITNESS-UVA PROGRAM, B-34 - From General Fund Fund Balance Available (Fund 101, Account 301900) to Contingency, $15,334; and from Contingency to Vehicle, $15,334

(requires 4/5 vote)

 

b)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS : DISTRICT ATTORNEY-VICTIM/WITNESS-UVA PROGRAM, B-35 - From Salary, $11,622 to Pay in Lieu/Misc. Payouts, $692; to Maintenance of Equipment, $2,750; to Office Expense, $6,898; to Professional Services Expense, $238; to Special Department Expense, $143; to Transportation Expense, $400; to Internal Assets, $501; and From PERS, $2,187 to Internal Assets, $2,187; and From OASDI, $1,088 to Internal Assets, $1,088; and From Group Insurance, $7,308 to Internal Assets, $4,224; to Vehicle, $3,084; and From Unemployment Insurance, $28 to Vehicle, $28; and From Deferred Comp Match, $225 to Vehicle, $225; and From Communications, $73 to Vehicle, $73; and From Memberships & Dues, $26 to Vehicle, $26; and From Employee Travel/Training, $1,230 to Vehicle, $1,230

 

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b. UVA Budget Increase
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37. DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE / PURCHASING – District Attorney Gregg Cohen

a)              Request to adopt the finding that State General Services Contract #1-16-23-23D with Winner Chevrolet for the acquisition of one new Chevrolet Tahoe LS 4x4 meets all Tehama County Bidding criteria and allows the County to take advantage of special low pricing without the time and expense involved with conducting a formal bid process

 

b)              Request to find it in the best interest of the County to waive the formal bid process for the acquisition of one new Chevrolet Tahoe LS 4x4 based on the finding

 

c)              Request authorization for the Purchasing Department to issue a purchase order to Winner Chevrolet for the acquisition of one new Chevrolet Tahoe LS 4x4 for the District Attorney’s Office - Victim/Witness Unit - UVA Unit, in the amount of $39,429

 

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a. Tahoe Bid Waiver
b. Supplement_5_User_Instructions_-_Vans___SUVs
c. Copy of Supplement_5_Attachment_A_-_Contract_Pricing_Vans___SUVs
d. Quote_Q10937
e. 2017_Tahoe_SSV (005) specs
f. PO Winner Chevrolet Feb 2017
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38. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE / VICTIM / WITNESS - District Attorney Gregg Cohen and Victim Witness Coordinator Jeff Eldred

a)              Request approval and authorization for the District Attorney to apply for fiscal year 2016-17 Unserved/Underserved Victim Advocacy and Outreach (UV) Program serving youth and teens of Tehama County for funding in the amount of $243,248, effective 4/1/17 through 9/30/18

 

b)              AGREEMENT- Request approval and authorization for the District Attorney to sign the Grant Award Agreement with CalOES for the Unserved/Underserved Victim Advocacy and Outreach (UV) Program serving youth and teens of Tehama County for funding in the amount of $243,248 effective 4/1/17 through 9/30/18

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-62)

 

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a. 2017 UV Grant RFA
b. UV-2017-CoCo
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39. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES / PERSONNEL - Personnel Analyst I Coral Ferrin

a)              Request approval of revised Merit Systems Services classification specifications and Tehama County attachments for Eligibility Specialist I/II, Eligibility Specialist III, Eligibility Supervisor, Eligibility Specialist I/II - Bilingual, Eligibility Specialist III - Bilingual, Eligibility Supervisor - Bilingual effective 4/1/17

 

b)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-25 - Requests adoption of a resolution to amend

Exhibit "A" Range Assignments in the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Tehama and the Joint Council Bargaining Unit to add/revise the classifications of Eligibility Specialist I at Range 53, Eligibility Specialist II at Range 57, Eligibility Specialist III at Range 61, Eligibility Supervisor at Range 66, Eligibility Specialist I - Bilingual at Range 56, Eligibility Specialist II - Bilingual at Range 60, Eligibility Specialist III - Bilingual at Range 64, Eligibility Supervisor - Bilingual at Range 69, and delete Eligibility Worker I at Range 51, Eligibility Worker II at Range 55, Eligibility Worker III at Range 59, Eligibility Worker I - Bilingual at Range 54, Eligibility Worker II - Bilingual at Range 58, Eligibility Worker III - Bilingual at Range 62, and approval of corresponding additions/revisions to the 2017 Tehama County Master Salary Schedule effective 4/1/17

 

c)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-26 - Requests adoption of a resolution to amend the 2016-17 Position Allocation List (PAL) resolution 2016-62 by adding 42 Eligibility Specialist I/II, 6 Eligibility Specialist III, 12 Eligibility Specialist I/II - Bilingual, 3 Eligibility Specialist III - Bilingual allocations, and deleting 42 Eligibility Worker I/II, 6 Eligibility Worker III, 12 Eligibility Worker I/II - Bilingual, and 3 Eligibility Worker III - Bilingual allocations effective 4/1/17

 

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a. Email from Merit System Services
b. Eligibility Specialist I - II
c. Eligibility Specialist I (MS Attachment)
d. Eligibility Specialist II (MS Attachment)
e. Eligibility Specialist III
f. Eligibility Specialist III (MS Attachment)
g. Eligibility Supervisor
h. Eligibility Supervisor (MS Attachment)
i. Eligiblity Specialist I-II (Bilingual)
j. Eligibility Specialist I (Bilingual) (MS Attachment)
k. Master Salary Schedule
l. Eligibility Specialist II (Bilingual ) (MS Attachment)
m. Eligiblity Specialist III (Bilingual)
n. Eligibility Specialist III (Bilingual) (MS Attachment)
o. Eligibility Supervisor (Bilingual)
p. Eligibility Supervisor Bilingual (MS Attachment)
q. Resolution Exhibit A
r. Resolution PAL
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40. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY - Executive Director Valerie Lucero

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman and Health

Services Agency Executive Director to sign an Employment Agreement with Deanna Gee for the position of Tehama County Health Services Agency Assistant Executive Director, Administration, effective 4/1/17 through 3/31/17 and approval of corresponding revision to the 2017 Tehama County Master Salary Schedule

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-63)

 

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a. Gee Employment Contract
41. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY - Executive Director Valerie Lucero

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman and Health Services Agency Executive Director to sign an Employment Agreement with Jayme Bottke for the position of Tehama County Health Services Agency Assistant Executive Director, Programs, effective 4/1/17 through 3/31/20 and approval of corresponding revision to the 2017 Tehama County Master Salary Schedule

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-64)

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a. Bottke Employment Contract
42. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION - Executive Director Valerie Lucero

a)              Request confirmation of an application submitted by the Health Services Agency

for the Arrive Alive Tehama Grant from the State of California Office of Traffic Safety aimed to reduce injuries and prevent fatalities of child passengers, and to prevent injuries and fatalities from impaired and distracted driving in the amount of $129,615.56 for federal Fiscal Year 2017-2018

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a. A-135
b. Arrive Alive Tehama Application
c. Executive Summary - Arrive alive
43. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY/ PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION - Executive Director Valerie Lucero

a)              Request approval from the Board to submit for an additional fund allocation through the California Department of Healthcare Services for fiscal year 16-17 in the amount of $21,210 for the provision of nursing case management and program coordination for children in foster care on psychotropic medications

 

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a. Approval As To Form
b. Application
c. A-135
RECESS to convene as the Tehama County Sanitation District No. 1
11:00 A.M.
44. TEHAMA COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 1 - Executive Director Gary Antone

a)              PUBLIC HEARING - Conduct hearing regarding the Report of Account Delinquency and receive and consider any protests thereto; and to consider adopting the Report, confirming the amounts described therein, and authorizing the delinquent amounts be specially assessed against the property located at 38240 Scenic Drive, Mineral, California

 

b)              SANITATION RESOLUTION NO. 2017-1 - Request adoption of a resolution adopting the process for collecting delinquent sewer service fees and charges as stated in Health and Safety Code Sections 5473 and 5473a; adopting the Report of Account Delinquency and confirming the amounts described therein; and authorizing the delinquent amounts be specially assessed against the property located at 38240 Scenic Drive, Mineral, California (four-fifths vote required)

 

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a. McGovern Account
b. Ordinance No. 1911
c. Ordinance 15
d. Resolution - SD delinquent fees
e. RB Daily
f. Delinquent Acct Rpt
ADJOURN to reconvene as the Tehama County Board of Supervisors
45. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Director Gary Antone

a)              Request approval of partial refund of fees for Encroachment Permit EP 1854 in the amount of $57.28 to Buchanan Construction, Inc.

 

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a. Buchanan
46. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Director Gary Antone

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: PUBLIC WORKS, B-37 - From Contingency to Overtime, $30,000

(requires 4/5 vote)

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a. transfer
47. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Director Gary Antone

a)              NOTICE OF COMPLETION - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the Notice of Completion for the Public Works Fleet Maintenance Shop Heater Replacement Project as completed by Mike's Heating & Air, Inc

 

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a. Acceptance
b. Notice of Completion
48. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Director Gary Antone

a)              Request adoption of a finding that use of a non-competitive negotiated contract with the Resource Conservation District of Tehama County for the performance of mitigation and monitoring responsibilities relating to the Bowman Road @ South Fork Cottonwood Creek Bridge Project is in the public interest to ensure the reliable long-term performance of mitigation and monitoring activities by a well-qualified public agency

 

b)              Request authorization for the Director of Public Works to sign and submit the Request for Approval of Cost-Effectiveness/Public Interest Finding form to the California Department of Transportation for approval

 

c)              Request to adopt a finding that competitive bidding for the work described in the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Tehama and the Resource Conservation District of Tehama County for the Performance of Mitigation and Monitoring Responsibilities relating to the Bowman Road @ South Fork Cottonwood Creek Bridge Project would be unavailing and impractical, and would not produce any public advantage

 

d)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman and the Director of Public Works to sign the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Tehama and the Resource Conservation District of Tehama County for the Performance of Mitigation and Monitoring Responsibilities relating to the Bowman Road @ South Fork Cottonwood Creek Bridge Project

(Road Agreement #2017-4)

 

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a. Bowman Rd @ SF Cottonwood Creek RCD Mitigation MOU
b. Exhibit A Monitoring plan
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48c
48d
49. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT / PURCHASING - Director Gary Antone

a)              Request approval and authorization for the Purchasing Department to use alternative availability-based competitive bidding procedures for the purchase of approximately 950 tons of liquid asphalt and asphaltic emulsions

 

b)              Request approval of specifications for the purchase of approximately 950 tons of liquid asphalt and asphaltic emulsions in accordance with the alternative availability-based competitive bidding procedures

 

c)              Request authorization for the Purchasing Department to solicit bids for the purchase, in accordance with the alternative availability-based competitive bidding procedures, with the bid opening set for 3 p.m. on 4/5/17 at the Administration Office, 727 Oak Street, Red Bluff, CA

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a. Liquid Asphalt notice to bidders
b. LiquidandEmulsified Asphalt-Specs
c. LiquidandEmulsified Asphalt-Bid Sheet
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50. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT / PURCHASING - Director Gary Antone

a)              Request approval of the following specifications:

              1)               Class II Crushed Aggregate Base - ¾” approximately 4,000 tons & ½” approximately 3,000 tons

              2)               Asphalt Concrete - ½” PG64-10 aggregate, approximately 5,000 tons

              3)               ¼ Ton Rip Rap, approximately 900 tons

              4)               Cold Mix Asphalt - ½” max., fine grade, approximately 2,000 tons

              5)               Crack Sealer in blocks, approximately 20 tons

 

b)              Request authorization for the Purchasing Department to use alternative transportation cost-based competitive bidding procedures on items a(1), a(2), a(3), and a(4)

 

c)              Request authorization for the Purchasing Department to solicit bids, with the bid

opening set for 3 p.m. on 4/5/17 at the Administration Office, 727 Oak Street, Red Bluff, CA

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a. Asphalt Concrete-Specs
b. Asphalt Concrete-Bid Sheet
c. Class II Crushed Base-Specs
d. Class II Crushed Base-Bid Sheet
e. Oversize and Rip Rap - Specs
f. Oversize and Rip Rap-Bid Sheet
g. Cold Mix-Specs
h. Cold Mix-Bid Sheet
i. Crack Sealer-Specs
j. Crack Sealer-Bid Sheet
k. Road Materials Notice to Bidders
l. Cold Mix Notice to Bidders
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51. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT - Sheriff Dave Hencratt

a)              Request that the Board review and continue the local emergency previously ratified by the Board of Supervisors on February 28, 2017 due to the winter storms that commenced during the third week in February 2017, pursuant to Government Code section 8630, subdivision (c)

 

 

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52. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT - Sheriff Dave Hencratt

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: SHERIFF, B-32 - From AB443 to Contingency, $3,621.85; and From Contingency to Special Department Expense, $3,621.85

(requires 4/5 vote)

 

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a. Drobo backup
53. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT - Sheriff Dave Hencratt

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-27 - Request adoption of a resolution approving the Records Retention Schedule for the Tehama County Sheriff Coroner’s Office (four-fifth vote required)

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a. Sheriff Records Retention
b. Coroner records Retention
c. Approval as to Form 9605
d. Resolution for Retention Schedule Sheriff's Office
54. TEHAMA COUNTY PARKS & RECREATION

a)              Board discussion and possible action regarding casting of ballots for election of three directors to the Los Molinos Mutual Water Company for a three year term beginning 3/31/17

 

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a. Los Molinos Mutual Water Company Ballot
55. RED BLUFF VETERANS HALL - Administrative Services Director Julie Sisneros

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: RED BLUFF VETERANS HALL, B-38 - From Assigned Veteran’s Hall to Contingency, $950; and from Contingency to Internal Assets,

              $950

(requires 4/5 vote)

 

 

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a. Veteran's Hall
56. ADMINISTRATION / FY 2017-18 COUNTY BUDGET TIMELINE & POLICY - Chief Administrator Williams Goodwin

a)              Request adoption of the Fiscal Year 2017-18 budget timeline and policies

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a. Budget Timeline FY 17-18_170306
b. Recommended Budget Policies 17-18_170321
57. CLAIM AGAINST THE COUNTY

a)              Susan M. Soloman vs. County of Tehama

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a. Soloman Claim-agenda
1:30 P.M.
58. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT - Environmental Health Director Tim Potanovic

a)              Conduct study session regarding the operational and financial condition of small

community water systems in Tehama County, and discussion and possible direction to staff regarding potential governance, administrative, technical, and/or financial assistance that the County could provide to troubled systems

 

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