REMINDER - The May 30, 2017 Tehama County Board of Supervisors meeting is cancelled pursuant to the Board's policy to cancel the meeting following a Monday Holiday (Memorial Day)
8:30 AM Public Comment
CLOSED SESSION
1. CLOSED SESSION

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

 

              Agency Negotiators:  Missi Bullington & Williams Goodwin

 

              Employee Organization:

Tehama County Law Enforcement Management Association

 

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10:00 AM CALL TO ORDER / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
PUBLIC COMMENT
2. 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)
3. REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234)
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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS STANDING AND AD HOC COMMITTEE REPORTS - Receive reports from the following standing and ad hoc committees, and discussion and possible direction to the committees regarding future meetings and activities within each committee's assigned scope:
Fire Committee (Standing)
Public Works Committee (Standing)
Jobs Development Committee (Standing)
Library Planning Ad Hoc Committee
Phase III Rezone Ad Hoc Committee
Travel & Vehicle Policies Ad Hoc Committee
Certificates of Compliance and Lot Line Adjustments Review Ad Hoc Committee
Strategic Plan Development Ad Hoc Committee
CONSENT AGENDA
4. 2017-127 : APPROVAL OF MINUTES

a)              Waive the reading and approve the minutes of the following meetings:

              1)              Special meeting held 3-10-17

              2)              Regular meeting held 4-18-17

              3)              Regular meeting held 5-9-17

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a. 3-10-17SPECMIN
b. 4-18-17MIN
c. 5-9-17MIN
5. 2017-128 : AUDITOR'S CLAIMS

a)              Social Services, 53280, Dept. of Social Services, $157,390

b)                Public Defender, 53221, William Donohue Ph.D, $3,950

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a. Claims
6. 2017-129 : GENERAL WARRANT REGISTER - May 8-12, 2017
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a. FUNDS 101-211 05082017THRU05122017
b. FUNDS 601-615 05082017THRU05122017
7. 2017-130 : PAY IN LIEU OF VACATION TIME OFF

a)              SHERIFF- Marion Knox, 40 hrs.

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a. Pay in Lieu Knox, Marion
8. 2017-131 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PERSONNEL

a)              OTHER THAN "A" STEP - Request approval of the Personnel Action Form appointing Robert Cartee as an Institutional Licensed Vocational Nurse II at Range 72, Step B, effective 6/1/17

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a. PAF
b. Other than A Step
9. 2017-132 : COUNTY CLERK & RECORDER / ELECTIONS DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Clerk & Recorder to sign the agreement with ProVoteSolutions for purchase and printing and mail preparation of election related materials with prices set forth in Schedule “B” in an amount not to exceed $100,000 per election, effective on the date of signing and shall terminate 12/31/17

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-115)

 

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a. ProVote2017agm
b. Approval as to Form 9904
10. 2017-133 : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Director of Social

Services or her Designee to sign the Agreement with Job Training Center for the provision of the subsidized employment program called Washington Street Productions (WSP) with maximum compensation not to exceed $425,475, effective 7/1/17 and shall terminate 6/30/18

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-116)

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a. Job Training Center- Washington Street Production 2017-2018
b. Approved as to Form 050517
11. 2017-134 : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Social Services Director or her Designee to sign the agreement with Children First Foster Family Agency for the purpose of providing the Transitional Housing Program for Emancipated Foster/Probation Youth (THP-Plus) with a maximum compensation not to exceed $268,512 per year, effective 7/1/17 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-117)

 

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a. THP Plus 17-19
b. Approved as to Form
12. 2017-135 : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Social Services Director or her Designee to sign the agreement with Children First Counseling Center for the provision of Functional Family Therapy services with rates set forth in Exhibit “D” with a maximum compensation not to exceed $70,000 per year, effective 7/1/17 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-118)

 

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a. CAPIT 17-19
b. Approved as to Form 050517
13. 2017-136 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the agreement with Front St., Inc. to provide long-term care for adults with serious mental illness in a less restrictive residential care facility, with the rates as set forth in Exhibit B with an amount not to exceed $159,500 during any fiscal year, with maximum compensation not to exceed $319,000, effective 7/1/17 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-119)

 

 

 

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a. Front St
14. 2017-137 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the agreement with FCS, Inc., for the purpose of locating and arranging for psychiatrist(s) to permanent status to provide locum tenens medical services with maximum compensation not to exceed $300,000, effective 7/1/17 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-120)

 

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a. FCS
15. 2017-138 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / ADMINISTRATION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval & authorization for the Executive Director to sign the agreement with Dignity Health to allow Dr. Wickenheiser to provide diagnostic test interpretation services for Dignity Health for Electrocardiography and Holter Monitor Interpretive Overread EKG tests at the rate of $10.50 per diagnostic test interpretation, effective upon the date of signing through 4/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-121)

 

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a. signed Dignity
b. approval
16. 2017-139 : PARKS

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Purchasing Agent to sign the agreement with Dudley's Excavating Inc., for the purpose of removing silt, silt laden gravel and foreign debris from the Tehama County River Park boat ramp for an all-inclusive flat fee of $9,775, effective upon the date of signing and shall terminate upon completion of the work

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-123)

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a. Dudleys Contract
b. County Counsel Approval
c. Bid Opening Summary - River Park
17. 2017-140 : PARKS

a)                DONATION - Request approval and authorization to accept the donation of labor

to do a general clean-up of Mill Creek Park in Los Molinos from Connor Fennel, Jason Johnson and Henry Bartolomei, Red Bluff High School students completing their ‘Seniors Make-A-Difference’ Project

 

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a. Senior Make A Difference Letter
18. 2017-141 : COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

a)              CSAC EXCESS INSURANCE AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS - One

              appointment to fill the position of Sally Hacko as Tehama County Alternate

              representative for no set term

(Interested person: Missi Bullington)

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REGULAR AGENDA
19. PERSONNEL / HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY

a)              Presentation of a Retirement Award to Lucy Magri in recognition of 15 years of faithful and dedicated service to the County of Tehama on the occasion of her retirement

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20. AUDITOR-CONTROLLER - Auditor-Controller LeRoy Anderson

a)              Report and Financial overview through April 30, 2017 of 2016/17 Fiscal Year

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a. Financial Report and Notes thru April 30, 2017
21. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT / CALTRANS - Director Gary Antone and CalTrans Project Manager Mike Feakes

a)              INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATION - On the State Route 36E Curve Project in Mineral

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RECESS to convene as the Tehama County Sanitation District No. 1
22. TEHAMA COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT No. 1 - Executive Director Gary Antone

a)              Waive the reading and approve the minutes of the meeting held 5-2-17

 

b)               BID AWARD - Request to award the bid for the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)  Inspection of Mineral Wastewater Collection System to National Plant Services, Inc. of Long Beach, CA as the low responsive bidder in the amount of $69,969.00.

 

c)              SANITATION AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the agreement with National Plant Services, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $69,969.00.

(Sanitation Agreement # 2017-3)

 

d)              Request approval and authorization for the Sanitation District No. 1 Executive Director to prepare and execute contract change orders as necessary up to the statutory limit of $6,996.90 per PCC Section 201.42

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a. Bid Received
b. National Plant Services Agreement
c. Proposal Bid Forms
d. cctv
e. 5-2-17SANMIN
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ADJOURN to reconvene as the Tehama County Board of Supervisors
23. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE - District Attorney Gregg Cohen

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: DISTRICT ATTORNEY, B-56 - From Special

Department Expense (2013-53280), $1,760.16 to Office Equipment (2013-57601), $1,760.16

 

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a. Transfer of Funds-DA-Board 05-23-17.pdf
24. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE / -WELFARE FRAUD UNIT - District Attorney Gregg Cohen and/or Chief Investigator Eric Clay

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: DISTRICT ATTORNEY-WELFARE FRAUD UNIT, B-54

- From Salaries/Wages (2007-51010), $6,000 to Extra Help (2007-51011), $6,000

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a. Transfer of Funds-WF Board 5-23-17
25. TEHAMA COUNTY LIBRARY - Librarian Todd Deck

a)              Request the Board ratify the submission of the California Public Library Broadband Project grant application and authorize the Librarian to accept the awarded grant in the amount of $60,000 for all three library branches

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a. Grant Application
b. Grant Award
c. Approval as to Form 9393
26. PERSONNEL / CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES - Director Tonya Moore

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-54 - Request adoption of a resolution amending the 2016-62 Position Allocation List (PAL) by deleting 1.0 Staff Services Analyst II (Merit Systems) allocation and adding 1.0 Staff Services Analyst II or I (Merit Systems) allocation, effective 6/1/17

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a. RESO - PAL - CSS Staff Services Analyst 5-23-17
b. Staff Services Analyst PAL Change Request Memo
27. BUILDING & SAFETY DEPARTMENT / PURCHASING - Building Official John Stover

a)   TRANSFER OF FUNDS: BUILDING & SAFETY, B-53 - From Fund Balance

(115-301900), $40,000 to Vehicle (2065-57605), $40,000

 

b)              Request approval of the specifications for one new all-wheel drive (AWD) Small SUV

 

c)              Request authorization for the Purchasing Department to solicit bids for one new AWD Small SUV with bid opening set for 3 p.m. on 6/7/17 at the Administrative Office, 727 Oak Street, Red Bluff, CA

 

 

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a. Budget Appropriation Transfer Request
b. Notice to bidders
c. SUV Specs & Bid Form
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28. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION - Executive Director Valerie Lucero

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: PUBLIC HEALTH, B-55 - From Professional Services (40121-53230), $11,000 to F/A Spec. Dept. (40121-57608), $11,000

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a. Health Agency Transfer
29. COUNTY COUNSEL / PERSONNEL - Interim County Counsel James Curtis and Personnel Director Missi Bullington

a)              OTHER THAN "A" STEP - Request approval of the Personnel Action Form

appointing Daniel Klausner as a Deputy County Counsel II at Range 83, Step C,

with a tentative start date of 7/1/17

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a. Other than step A Klausner
b. Klausner PAF
30. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES / COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY - Executive Director Amanda Sharp

a)              PROCLAMATION - Request adoption of a proclamation proclaiming May 2017 as "Community Action Month" in Tehama County

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a. Nat'l Community Action Month Proclamation 2017
31. PERSONNEL / SOCIAL SERVICES - Director Amanda Sharp

a)               Request approval of a revised classification specification from Case Manager - Wraparound Program to CAA Case Manager, effective 6/1/17

 

b)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-55 - Request adoption of a resolution to amend Exhibit "A" Schedule of Range Assignments by revising the title of the current Case Manager-Wraparound Program classification into a CAA Case Manager classification, effective 6/1/17

 

c)               RESOLUTION NO. 2017-56 - Request adoption of a resolution to amend Resolution 2016-62, the 2016/17 Position Allocation List by adding 2.0 CAA Case Manager allocations, and by deleting 2.0 Case Manager-Wraparound Program allocations, effective 6/1/17 and approve the corresponding revision to the 2017 Tehama County Master Salary Schedule

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a. RESO-JC MOU CAA Case Manager 6-1-17
b. RESO - PAL - CAA Case Manager 6-1-17
c. CAA CASE MANAGER
d. Master Salary Schedule
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32. SOCIAL SERVICES WINDOW INFILL PROJECT - Social Services Director Amanda Sharp and Administrative Services Director Julie Sisneros

a)                Request determination that no bids were received for the Social Services Window Infill Project and authorization for the Purchasing Agent to negotiate with qualified contractors for the work without further advertising for bids pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20150.9

 

b)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the agreement with Modern Building, Inc. for the Social Services Window Infill Project, for a total contract amount of $38,634

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-122)

 

c)              Request blanket authorization for the Chief Administrator to execute change orders for the project in an amount up to $3,863 with all change orders to be brought back to the Board for confirmation

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a. Contract Code 20150.9
b. Agreement - Modern
c. County Counsel Approval
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33. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT - Purchasing Agent Julie Sisneros

a)              Request approval of specifications for 2017-2018 Fiscal Year bid for Cardlock Fuel and further authorize the Purchasing Department to solicit bids for 2017-2018 Cardlock Fuel with bids to be opened at 3 p.m. on June 7, 2017 in the office of the Purchasing Department, 727 Oak Street, Red Bluff, CA

 

 

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a. Notice to bidders
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34. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT - Purchasing Agent Julie Sisneros

a)              Request approval of specifications for 2017-2018 Fiscal Year bid for Bulk

Fuel and further authorize the Purchasing Department to solicit bids for

2017-2018 Bulk Fuel with bids to be opened at 3 p.m. on 6/7/17 in the

office of the Purchasing Department, 727 Oak Street, Red Bluff, CA

 

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a. Notice to bidders
b. Bulk Fuel 2017-2018 Specs
35. ADMINISTRATION - Chief Administrator Williams Goodwin

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the First Amendment to the agreement with Lionakis (Misc. Agree. #2015-294) for the purpose of providing additional architectural/engineering services relative to the additional SB 1022 funding for the new Tehama County Corrections Re-entry Project for a flat fee of $1,582,066 and reimbursement for actual expenses not to exceed $3,000, adding an additional $178,600 for a maximum compensation amount of $1,585,066

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-124)

 

 

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1:30 P.M.
36. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT / CODE ENFORCEMENT - Environmental Health Director Tim Potanovic and Code Enforcement Officers Keith Curl and Clint Weston

a)              Public Nuisance Administrative Penalties Lien Hearing Pursuant to Chapter 10.16 of the Tehama County Code and Government Code section 53069.4:

 

1)              HEARING - Conduct Hearing to review the enforcing officer’s report of the amount of administrative penalties, and to determine whether, and in what amount, the administrative penalties shall be enforced as liens against the affected properties listed below:

 

a)                               Salvador Barriga & Hilda Lucatero

b)                 Mary Lou Facca, Trustee

c)                 Julie Jacobs

d)              Hilda Lucatero

e)                Joann Robinson

f)                 Jesus Valencia & Maria Rodriguez

g)                Pedro S. Rico

h)                Lane Sisomsouk

I)                 Siphachanh Syhalath

             

                    

2)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-57 - Request adoption of a Administrative Penalty

Lien Resolution making determinations and ordering that the amount of administrative penalty relating to public nuisance be enforced as liens against the affected properties and further ordering recordation of notices of administrative penalty lien, thereby ordering the amount of administrative penalty related to each of the properties listed in the enforcing officer’s report be enforced as liens and recordation of liens against said properties

 

 

 

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a. Barriga, 6980 Ox Yoke Bend, NOH
b. Facca, 15875 E. Wallen Rd., NOH
c. Jacobs, 7227 Crazy Horse Ridge, NOH
d. Lucatero, 613 San Benito Ave., NOH
e. Robinson, 8402 Buena Vista Ave., NOH
f. Valencia, 16368 Lariat Loop, NOH
g. Rico, 24108 McLane Ave., NOH
h. Sisomsouk, 15685 Yuba Dr., NOH
i. Syhalath, 16187 Teepee Trail, NOH
j. Resolution - Code Administrative Penalty -Lien Hearing---
k. A-1 Notice of Administrative Penalty Lien - recordable document
l. A-2 Notice of Abatement Lien - recordable document
m. B1 Administrative Penalty and or Abatement Costs 5-23-17
37. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT / CODE ENFORCEMENT - Environmental Health Director Tim Potanovic and Code Enforcement Officers Keith Curl, Clint Weston and Deputy Lester Squires

a)              Public Nuisance Administrative Penalties and Costs of Abatement Lien Hearing Pursuant to Chapter 9.06 of the Tehama County Code and Government Code section 53069.4 and section 25845:

 

1)              HEARING - Conduct Hearing to review the enforcing officer’s report of the amount of administrative penalty and costs of abatement, and to determine whether, and in what amount, the administrative penalty and/or costs of abatement shall be enforced as liens against the affected properties listed below:

             

              a)              Norm Masterson c/o James Wood

              b)              Ith Sounnakhone and Khanthalaisy Norvang

              c)              Jovita E. Farias

              d)              Janice A. Young and Ron E. Young

              e)              Darla J Zeimet, Karen Dougan, Tami L. Schaller

             

2)               RESOLUTION NO. 2017-58 - Request adoption of an Administrative Penalty Resolution making determinations and ordering that the amount of administrative penalty relating to public nuisance be enforced as liens against the affected properties and further ordering recordation of notices of administrative penalty liens, pursuant to Chapter 9.06 of the Tehama County Code and Government Code section 53069.4

 

3)                 RESOLUTION NO. 2017-59 - Request adoption of Abatement Lien Resolution making determinations and ordering that the costs of abatement and costs of administration relating to the abatement of public nuisance be specially assessed against the affected properties and further ordering recordation of notices of abatement liens, pursuant to Chapter 9.06 of the Tehama County Code and Government Code Section 25845

 

 

 

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a. Masterson - Woods, 7273 Pony Place NOH
b. Sounnakhone - Khanthalaisy, 16527 Stagecoach NOH
c. Vargas, 7204 Horseshoe Dr., NOH
d. Zeimet-Dougan-Schaller 18475Del Norte Dr., NOH
e. Young 17482 Stagecoach Rd., NOH
f. MJ Resolution - Lien Administrative Penalties-5-23-17
g. MJ Resolution - Liens Abatement and Administration Costs-5-23-17
h. A-1 Notice of Administrative Penalty Lien - recordable document
i. A-2 Notice of Abatement Lien - recordable document
j. B1 Administrative Penalty and or Abatement Costs
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