REMINDER - The October 10, 2017 meeting of the Tehama County Board of Supervisors is cancelled pursuant to the Board’s policy to cancel the meeting following a Monday Holiday (Columbus Day)
8:30 AM Public Comment
CLOSED SESSION
1. CLOSED SESSION

a)              TEHAMA COUNTY IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY

              (Board will be sitting as Tehama County IHSS PA Board of Directors)

 

              Employee Negotiations - Conference with Labor Negotiators

              (Government Code Section 54957.6)

 

              Agency Negotiators:  Bill May, Shelley Zimmerman & Sherry Wehbey

 

              Employee Organization:

              Tehama County IHSS Care Providers

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2. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

              (Government Code Section 54957)

 

              Title: Building Official

 

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3. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

              (Government Code Section 54957)

 

              Title: Interim County Counsel

 

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4. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE APPOINTMENT OR EMPLOYMENT

              (Government Code Section 54957)

 

              Title:              County Counsel

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5. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE APPOINTMENT OR EMPLOYMENT

              (Government Code Section 54957)

 

              Title:              Director of Public Works

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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)
7. 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) (Garton, Bundy)
Public Works Committee (Standing) (Williams, Garton)
Jobs Development Committee (Standing) (Williams, Bundy)
Library Planning Ad Hoc Committee (Chamblin, Carlson)
Phase III Rezone Ad Hoc Committee (Williams, Bundy)
Travel & Vehicle Policies Ad Hoc Committee (Garton, Chamblin)
Certificates of Compliance and Lot Line Adjustments Review Ad Hoc Committee (Williams, Bundy)
Strategic Plan Development Ad Hoc Committee (Carlson, Bundy)
County Counsel and Public Works Director Recruitment Ad Hoc Committee (Carlson, Williams)
Personnel Procedures & Guidelines Ad Hoc Committee (Carlson, Garton)
Budget Ad Hoc Committee (Garton, Williams)
CONSENT AGENDA
8. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

a)              Waive the reading and approve the minutes of the meeting held 8/29/17

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a. 8-29-17MIN
9. AUDITOR'S CLAIMS

a)              Court Operations/Exam of Mentally Ill, 53230, Kent R. Caruso, Ph.D, $831.25             

b)              Public Defender, 53230, Central Valley Toxicology, $2,438.95

 

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a. Claims
10. GENERAL WARRANT REGISTER - September 4-8, 2017
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a. FUNDS 101-211 09042017THRU09082017
b. FUNDS 601-615 09042017THRU09082017
11. AUDITOR / EQUIPMENT INVENTORY REPORT

a)              TREASURER

              1)              MicroTrak CW- Endorser, Inventory No. 21438, Junked

             

b)              TAX COLLECTOR

              1)              Interfact License HAL/Crest, Inventory No. 14996, Expired

 

c)              ELECTIONS

              1)              Lenovo ThinkPad T61 6457, Inventory No. 27628, Junked

              2)              Lenovo ThinkPad T61 6457, Inventory No. 27629, Junked

              3)              Lenovo ThinkPad T61 6457, Inventory No. 27630, Junked

              4)              Dell Desktop PC, Inventory No. 24717, Junked

 

d)              DISTRICT ATTORNEY

              1)              Tehama Phone System, Inventory No. 21310, Junked

              2)              Kyocera Copy Machine KM-5050, Inventory No. 26087, Junked

             

e)              SHERIFF

              1)              LEADS Computer Network, Inventory No. 24982, Junked

              2)              Router and Cables, Inventory No. 24996, Junked

              3)              Dell Power Connect 6224, Inventory No. 30039, Junked

              4)              Dell Power Connect 6224, Inventory No. 30041, Junked

              5)              Barracuda Web Filter, Inventory No. 30061, Junked

              6)              Recirculation System, Inventory No. 26079, Junked

              7)              Recirculation System, Inventory No. 26080, Junked

              8)              Recirculation System, Inventory No. 26081, Junked

 

f)              JAIL

              1)              Hobart Food Mixer, Inventory No. 16854, Junked

              2)              DSKTRC Base Station/ Interface, Inventory No. 18534, Junked

              3)              DSKTRC Base Station/ Interface, Inventory No. 18535, Junked

              4)              Scott Air Pack, Inventory No. 20865, Junked

              5)              Scott Air Pack, Inventory No. 20866, Junked

              6)              Scott Air Pack, Inventory No. 20867, Junked

              7)              Scott Air Pack Tower, Inventory No. 20868, Junked

 

g)              FIRE

              1)              Canon Image Runner Copy Machine, Inventory No. 27543, Junked

 

h)              AG COMM

              1)              Dell Computer W&M Lab, Inventory No. 25621, Junked

 

i)              CLERK & RECORDER

              1)              Fujitsu Scanner 5220C, Inventory No. 26727, Junked

 

j)              OES

              1)              Hazardous Material Kit, Inventory No. 23724, Expired

 

k)              ANIMAL SERVICES

              1)              Industrial Dishwasher SC251M, Inventory No. 23073, Junked

              2)              Gaynor Phone System, Inventory No. 22120, Junked

 

l)              PUBLIC WORKS

              1)              LAN Surveyor License Software, Inventory No. 27486, Expired

              2)              HP925OC Digital Sender, Inventory No. T27705, Junked

 

m)              PUBLIC HEALTH

              1)              EKG Atria 3100 Burdick, Inventory No. 28245, Junked

              2)              Dell Latitude Laptop, Inventory No. 23880, Junked

              3)              Dell Latitude Laptop, Inventory No. 23884, Junked

              4)              Dell Latitude Laptop, Inventory No. 23885, Junked

              5)              Dell Latitude Laptop, Inventory No. 24895, Junked

              6)              Sensaphone Temp. Probes, Inventory No. 25340, Junked

              7)              Simplex Lock & Alarm System, Inventory No. 28251, Junked

              8)              Cisco Catalyst Switch, Inventory No. 26965, Junked

              9)              HUB Upgrade- Cisco Router, Inventory No. 21094, Junked

 

n)              MENTAL HEALTH

              1)              HP LaserJet 4000TN, Inventory No. 21095, Junked

              2)              Dual ENET/WAN Router, Inventory No. 22107, Junked

              3)              Pentium 11 Zeon Server, Inventory No. 23395, Junked

              4)              Kyocera KM-5035 Network Print/Scan Board, Inventory No. 25338,

                            Junked

              5)              HP LaserJet 4100N, Inventory No. 23883, Junked

              6)              HP LaserJet 4100N, Inventory No. 23886, Junked

 

o)              DRUG & ALCOHOL

              1)              Kyocera Mita KM3530, Inventory No. 24021, Junked

 

p)              CLINIC SERVICES

              1)              Pulse Oximeter, Inventory No. 16718, Junked

              2)              Network Intel Pentium II Server, Inventory No. 23619, Junked

              3)              HUB (48 port) Switch LS PUR, Inventory No. 23620, Junked

              4)              SCO Open Server, Inventory No. 23622, Junked             

 

q)              SOCIAL SERVICES

              1)              Ice Machine, Inventory No. 25847, Junked

 

r)              IHSS

              1)              Dell Inspiron Laptop PC, Inventory No. 24299, Junked

              2)              Infocus Projector & Remote, Inventory No. 24302, Junked

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a. Disposal Report to BOS for 09-19-17
12. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE/DIVISION OF ANIMAL SERVICES

a)              DONATION - Request approval and authorization for the Director of Animal Services to accept a $2,500 donation from Gary Petersen to the Tehama County Animal Care Center's medical donation account

 

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a. CA Civil Code Section 1834
b. Petersen Donation Letter & Receipt
13. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE/DIVISION OF ANIMAL SERVICES

a)              Annual Report of all donations accepted by the Director of Animal Services, on behalf of the county, for the period of 9/1/16 through 8/31/17

 

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a. FY 2016/17 Donation List
14. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-91 - Request adoption of a resolution authorizing an

application for funding from the Department of Water Resources and designating a representative to execute the agreement and any amendments thereto, subject to Board approval, for the Tehama County Flood Protection Feasibility Studies Project for the Town of Vina

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a. Vina Resolution
b. Original Reso 2016-84
15. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the Agreement with Dr. Anita Blosser for the purpose of providing medical services to assist the Tehama County Sheriff/Coroner in performing his/her statutory duties for the rates as listed with a maximum compensation not to exceed $40,000 per year, effective 10-1-2017 and shall terminate 9-30-2020

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-243)

 

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a. Blosser Agreement 10-1-2017 thru 9-30-2020
b. COCO Approval Blosser 9-5-2017
c. County Counsel Approval item#10820
16. ADMINISTRATION / PURCHASING

a)              Declare the following to be surplus County property:

 

1)              ANIMAL SERVICES - 12 fiberglass single cat cages

 

2) ANIMAL SERVICES - 5 fiberglass double cat cages

 

b)              Authorize Administration/Purchasing to dispose of the property in the manner that

most benefits the county

 

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17. COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS / SPECIAL DISTRICT

a)              KIRKWOOD CEMETERY DISTRICT

              1)              One four-year appointment to fill the expired term of Robert Safford with

said new term expiring 8/31/20 (term expired in 2016)

(Interested person: Robert Safford)

 

2)              One four-year appointment to fill the expired term of Shawnee Flournoy

with said new term expiring 8/31/21

              (Interested person: Shawnee Flournoy)

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REGULAR AGENDA
18. PERSONNEL / AGRICULTURE / HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / SHERIFF / SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              Request approval of certificates recognizing the following employees for their years of faithful and dedicated service to the County of Tehama:

 

1)              AGRICULTURE - Rick Gurrola, 30 years

 

2)              HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY - Vicky D. Reilly, 15 years

 

3)              SHERIFF - Amber Garton, 10 years

 

4)              SOCIAL SERVICES - Denise Irwin, 35 years

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19. TEHAMA COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL - Chairperson Robert Bird

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-92 - Request adoption of a resolution designating the Tehama County Arts Council as the Tehama County’s Local Partner with the California Arts Council for the fiscal year 2017-2018 

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a. TC Arts Council 2017
20. AUDITOR - CONTROLLER - Auditor LeRoy Anderson

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-93 - Request adoption of a resolution establishing the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Adopted Budget for Tehama County with the total requirement of $172,371,482

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a. Adopted Budget Letter (revised)
b. Resolution Adopted Budget - with Encumbrances (revised)
c. EXHIBIT 'A' Adopted Budget 2017-18
d. Gov Code 29090
21. AUDITOR - CONTROLLER - Auditor LeRoy Anderson

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-94 - Request adoption of a resolution approving the

2017-18 Position Allocation List (PAL)

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a. RESOLUTION PAL 2017-18
b. GC 29007 PAL
c. 2017-18 PAL for Adopted Budget
22. AUDITOR - CONTROLLER - Auditor LeRoy Anderson

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2017-95 - Request adoption of a resolution setting the tax rates for the Fiscal Year 2017-18 as outlined in Exhibit 'A'

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a. Tax Rate Resolution
b. Exhibit 'A' Tax Rates 2017-18
c. GC Section 29100
23. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES - Director Amanda Sharp

a)              ORDINANCE NO. 2045 - Request adoption of an Ordinance amending Subdivision (d) of Section 2.56.030 of the Tehama County Code to change the number of the Tehama County In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority Advisory Committee from ten (10) members as established in Ordinance number 1921 to six (6) members

1)  Waive the second reading

2)  Adopt the Ordinance

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a. IHSS Committee Ord - 8.16.2017
b. Approved as to Form 082217
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24. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Flood Control/Water Resources Manager Ryan Teubert

a)              Request approval of the Request for Qualifications to provide services to Tehama County to prepare feasibility studies to evaluate structural and nonstructural actions to reduce the flood risk for the small communities of Vina and Gerber

 

b)              Request authorization for the Flood Control and Water Conservation District Executive Director to advertise and solicit Statements of Qualifications for services to prepare feasibility studies, with submission due date set at 4:00 PM on October 17, 2017 at the Public Works Department, 9380 San Benito Avenue, Gerber, California

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a. Final_Application_Gerber_11_02_16
b. Final_Application_Vina_11_02_16
c. Feasibility Studies RFQ
d. Small Communities Award Letter
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25. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Director Gary Antone

a)              Request to find it in the best interest of the County to allow for the purchase of various road maintenance materials from Sierra Cascade Aggregate and Asphalt Products specifically for road projects located in the mountains of eastern Tehama County whenever it is deemed to be the most economical overall cost due to shorter haul and less fuel, as calculated utilizing the “Alternative Transportation Cost-Based” procedure

 

b)              Request authorization for the Purchasing Agent to sign a blanket purchase order to Sierra Cascade Aggregate & Asphalt Products for the purchase of the following materials as needed for road projects specifically located in the mountains of eastern Tehama County, not to exceed $66,500, effective through January 31, 2018

              1)              Asphalt Concrete ½” PG64-10, $69.71 per ton

              2)              Class II Crushed Aggregate Base ¾”, $12.87 per ton

              3)              Class II Crushed Aggregate Base ½”, $12.87 per ton

              4)              Class II RSP (fractured rock), $19.84 per ton

              5)              1/4 ton rip rap, $23.60 per ton

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a. 2017-18 Blanket PO Sierra Cascade
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26. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT / TRANSPORTATION - Executive Director Gary Antone

a)              Request approval of a Personnel Action Form to appoint Jessica L. Riske-Gomez as Associate Transportation Planner at Joint Council Range 71 Step C, effective 10/1/17

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27. TEHAMA COUNTY ADMINISTRATION - Chief Administrator Williams Goodwin

a)              Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the Board of Supervisors response to the 2016/2017 Tehama County Grand Jury Report

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a. Grand Jury FY 2016-17 BOS & Department Response
28. ADMINISTRATION - Chief Administrator Williams Goodwin

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the Amendment to the Employment Agreement with James A. Curtis

(Misc. Agree. #2017-97) for the position of Interim Tehama County Counsel, thereby extending the termination date of the original contract to 12/31/17

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2017-244)

 

b)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: COUNTY COUNSEL, B-5 - From Salary & Wages (1031-51010), $70,080; to Extra Help (1031-51011), $70,080

 

 

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29. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT / CODE ENFORCEMENT - Environmental Health Director Tim Potanovic and Code Enforcement Officers Keith Curl, Clint Weston

a)              Request that the Board of Supervisors adopt the recommended decision of the Hearing Officer  in regards to 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)              A Hearing was conducted by the Administrative Hearing Officer 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)  Hellen Briseno-Bahena

              b)  Nou Chang

              c)  Jessie Lee

              d)  Hong Senaphan

              e)  Ramon Herrera Silva

              f)    Lane Sisomsouk

              g)  Carlos G. Tapia

              h)  Yee Vang

                           

2)               RESOLUTION NO. 2017-A - 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-B - 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

Or

 

b)              Set the matter for de novo hearing before the Board of Supervisors

 

 

 

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a. B-1 Administrative Penalty and Abatement Costs for Marijuana Cultivation
b. Bahena NOH
c. Chang NOH
d. Lee NOH
e. Senaphan NOH
f. Silva NOH
g. Sisomsouk NOH
h. Tapia NOH
i. Vang NOH
j. Resolution No. 2017-A
k. Resolution No. 2017-B
30. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT - Environmental Health Director Tim Potanovic and Code Enforcement Officer Clint Weston

a)              Request that the Board of Supervisors adopt the recommended decision of the Planning Commission declaring the existence of a public nuisance on the property located at 16127 Stagecoach Rd., Corning, RTR, CA, ordering the abatement thereof; and directing an itemized accounting of the costs incurred in abating the public nuisance, without further notice of hearing

 

Or

 

b)              Set the matter for de novo hearing before the Board of Supervisors

 

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a. Thao, 16127 Stagecoach Rd., NOV-WELL
b. Res. #17-12
31. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT - Environmental Health Director Tim Potanovic and Code Enforcement Officer Clint Weston

a)              Request that the Board of Supervisors adopt the recommended decision of the Planning Commission declaring the existence of a public nuisance on the property located at 15835 Apache Trail, Corning, RTR, CA, ordering the abatement thereof; and directing an itemized accounting of the costs incurred in abating the public nuisance, without further notice of hearing

 

Or

 

b)              Set the matter for de novo hearing before the Board of Supervisors

 

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a. Balbuena NOV - well
b. Res. #17-11
32. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT - Environmental Health Director Tim Potanovic and Code Enforcement Officer Clint Weston

a)              Request that the Board of Supervisors adopt the recommended decision of the Planning Commission declaring the existence of a public nuisance on the property located at Digger Pine, Cottonwood, CA, ordering the abatement thereof; and directing an itemized accounting of the costs incurred in abating the public nuisance, without further notice of hearing

 

Or

 

b)              Set the matter for de novo hearing before the Board of Supervisors

 

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a. Nguyen, Digger Pine, NOV-Well
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