8:30 AM - Members of the public may address the Closed Session matters at the time the closed session is announced.
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 Management Employees' Association

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2. 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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3. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

(Government Code Section 54957)

 

Title: Public Guardian / Public Administrator

 

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4. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

              (Government Code Section 54957)

 

              Title: Health Services Agency Executive Director

 

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10:00 AM CALL TO ORDER / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
PUBLIC COMMENT
5. 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
ANNOUNCEMENTS BY COUNTY DEPARTMENTS
CONSENT AGENDA
6. 2018-198 : APPROVAL OF MINUTES

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

1)              Regular meeting held 6/19/18

2)              Regular meeting held 6/26/18

3)              Regular meeting held 7/3/18

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a. 6-19-18MIN
b. 6-26-18MIN
c. 7-3-18MIN
7. 2018-199 : GENERAL WARRANT REGISTER - June 16-22, 2018
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a. FUND 101-213 06162018THRU06222018
b. FUND 601-615 06162018THRU06222018
8. 2018-200 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PERSONNEL

a)              Request approval of a Personnel Action Form for a leave of absence due to
            non-industrial medical condition for Employee #2854 from 5/15/18 through
            6/7/18

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a. PAF
9. 2018-201 : PERSONNEL / ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH / 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)                            ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH - David Brower, 30 years

 

2)                            HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY

                            a)                            Laura Martinez, 15 years

                            b)                            Blanca E. Stone, 15 years

 

3)                            SHERIFF

                            a)                            Jeff Garrett, 20 years

                            b)                            Nathan Stavros, 10 years

 

4)                            SOCIAL SERVICES - Shelley Zimmerman, 30 years

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10. 2018-202 : FIRE DEPARTMENT

a)              Request confirmation of the application submitted for the Fire Safety Preparedness and Prevention Program-Climate Change Disaster Prevention Grant 2018 with Pacific Gas & Electric in the amount of $14,923.07 to purchase smoke/carbon monoxide detectors and prevention/safety education materials.

b)                            Request acceptance of grant funding in the amount of $14,923.07 through the

              California Fire Foundation.

c)              Request authorization for Fire Chief Christine Thompson to sign the agreement between Tehama County Fire Department and the California Fire Foundation.

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a. PGE Grant 2018 Fire Safety Preparedness and Prevention Program
b. Approval as to Form-PG&EGrant
c. Grant Agreement_Tehama
d. Approval as to Form-PG&ESMokeDet
11. 2018-203 : DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE / PURCHASING

a)    Request to declare two (2) lightweight stand-alone rifle plates and two (2) kevlar  
       helmets as surplus County property, and authorize the Purchasing Agent to 
       dispose of the rifle plates and kevlar helmets in the manner that best benefits the
       County

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12. 2018-204 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / DRUG & ALCOHOL DIVISION

a)               AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the amendment to the agreement with Tehama County Department of Education (Misc. Agree. #2017-98) thereby adding "Friday Night Live" activities and coordination for Fiscal Year 18-19 for an all-inclusive flat fee of $6,000, effective 7/1/17 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-182)

 

 

 

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a. FNL and CL Amendment
b. CoCo approval as to
13. 2018-205 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION / SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

a)               AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Health Services Agency Executive Director and the Sheriff to sign the agreement for the purpose of providing a Registered Dietitian from Public Health to perform menu reviews for the Jail in order to assure compliance with Title 15 Regulations for the rates as set forth in Exhibit “B” with an amount not to exceed $700 annually and total maximum compensation not to exceed $2,800, effective 4/1/18 and shall terminate 6/30/22

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-183)

 

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a. Jail Menu Review
b. Approval as to Form-JailDietician
14. 2018-206 : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Social Services Director to sign the agreement with Northern Valley Catholic Social Service (NVCSS) for the purpose of providing CalWORKs participants with skills needed for success in the workplace, assistance in successfully obtaining employment, job retention and career advancement for the rates as set forth in Exhibit “D” with maximum compensation not to exceed $94,291, effective 7/1/18 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement  #2018-184)

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a. Approval as to Form-NVCSS-DSS
b. NVCSS- Job Skills Agreement_2018-19
c. NVCSS Insurance 070119
15. 2018-207 : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)                AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chief Deputy Director of Social Services to sign the agreement with Northern California Child Development Inc. (NCCDI) for the purpose of providing and operating a Family Visitation Center known as Stepping Stones Visitation Center for Tehama County Child Welfare Services families for the rates as set forth in Exhibit “E” with maximum compensation not to exceed $281,000 per fiscal year with maximum compensation not to exceed $843,000 total, effective 7/1/18 and shall terminate 6/30/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-185)

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a. NCCDI Ins 090118
b. Approval as to Form-NCCDIVisitation
c. NCCDI - Family Visit Center AGREEMENT 2018-21 v3 - Final
16. 2018-208 : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chief Deputy Director to sign the agreement with Northern California Child Development, Inc. (NCCDI) for the purpose of providing administrative support to the Tehama County Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council with maximum compensation not to exceed $20,000 per fiscal year with maximum compensation not to exceed $60,000, effective 7/1/18 and shall terminate 6/30/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-186)

 

 

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a. NCCDI Ins 090118
b. Approval as to Form-NCCDICAPC
c. CAPC 2018-2021
17. 2018-209 : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Social Services Director to sign Amendment #2 to the Agreement with Glenn County Health and Human Services Agency (Misc. Agree. #2016-229) for the purpose of providing Child Welfare Services Case Management System (CWS/CMS) computer application training to Tehama County Child Welfare Services staff thereby amending paragraphs 1, 3 & 5 with maximum compensation not to exceed $18,987 per fiscal year, effective 7/1/18 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-187)

 

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a. Approval as to Form-GlennCWS
b. Glenn Co CWS-CMS Training Agreement 2018-19
c. Glenn Co Insurance 070119
18. 2018-210 : COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

a)              COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY COMMITTEE - 3CORE - One two-year appointment to fill the expired term of Bob Williams as Board of Supervisors representative with said new term expiring 5/31/20

(Interested person: Bob Williams)  

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19. 2018-211 : COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

a)              COMMISSION ON AGING - Four three-year appointments to fill the expired terms of Charles Willard as District 3 representative; Eleanor Oldfield as District 4 representative; Joy Wright as At-Large representative; and Dennis Garton and Steve Chamblin as Board member representatives with said new terms expiring 6/30/21 

(Interested persons: Charles Willard, Joy Wright, Dennis Garton and Steve Chamblin)  

 

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REGULAR AGENDA
20. ADMINISTRATION / PERSONNEL - Chief Administrator Williams Goodwin

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2018 -65 - Request adoption of a resolution implementing a countywide hiring freeze policy on all general fund and public safety positions which are vacant on or after July 17, 2018

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a. RESO-Hiring Freeze 2018
b. 2018 Hiring Freeze Form
RECESS to convene as the Tehama County Air Pollution Control District
21. TEHAMA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT - Air Pollution Control Officer Joseph Tona

a)              Request approval for Air Pollution Control Specialist Peter Helldorfer to travel out of state to Portland, Oregon from August 12-18, 2018, to attend the Environmental Protection Agencies National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference

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a. 2018DraftAgenda_June28
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c. CAPCOA_Tehama_PM25_Please_Apply_FY18
d. Tehama_PM25_103_FY18
ADJOURN to reconvene as the Tehama County Board of Supervisors
22. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PERSONNEL- Personnel Director Missi Bullington and Executive Director Valerie Lucero

a)               OTHER THAN "A" STEP - Request approval of the Personnel Action Form               appointing applicant as Clinical Social Worker II Bilingual at Range 84, Step C,
      effective, 8/16/18

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a. Other Than "A" Step Form
b. PAF
23. TEHAMA COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AGENCY - Agency Manager Rachel Ross

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2018-66 - Request adoption of a resolution authorizing the Tehama County Solid Waste Management Agency to submit a regional application to the Department of Resources, Recycling, and Recovery (CalRecycle) for an amount not to exceed $27,000 for FY 2018/19 and FY 2019/20 Used Oil Payment Program; and further authorizing the Tehama County Solid Waste Management Agency to execute in its own name all documents necessary to secure funding

 

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a. Guidelines OPP9
b. Application Certification
c. Salary Detail OPP 9
d. OPP9CountyReso
e. Approval as to Form-Used Oil Program
f. A-135
24. PLANNING DEPARTMENT - Director of Planning Kristen Maze

a)              Request acceptance of the data supporting a proposed Ordinance Revising the Fee Schedule charged by the Tehama County Planning Department for all planning applications effective 60 days from the date of adoption by the Board of Supervisors.

 

b)              Request to designate the Tehama County Planning Department and the Clerk of the Board’s office as the two location where the data will be available for public review.

 

c)              Request to set a public hearing on August 7, 2018 at 11:00 a.m., to consider the adoption of the proposed Ordinance.

 

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a. BOS Fee Update Staff Report
b. Ordinance 1763 Attachment A
c. Planning Fees Ordinance Attachment B
d. Fee Comparison Current -Proposed Attach C
e. Planning Project Tasks Attachment D
f. Fee Calculation per Project Attachment E
g. PLANNING DEPARTMENT 2018 Attachment F
h. Salary and Benefits Exhibit 1
i. Budget Circular A-87 Exhibit 2
j. 3 County Fee Schedules Attachment G
k. PHN Plng Fees
25. PERSONNEL - Personnel Director Missi Bullington

a)              Request adoption of Personnel Rule §1308: Nepotism

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a. Nepotism §1308
26. COUNTY COUNSEL - County Counsel Richard Stout

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chair to sign the agreement with Express Services Inc., a Colorado corporation doing business as Express Employment Professionals for the purpose of providing temporary employees with amounts set forth in Exhibit “B” with maximum compensation not to exceed $17,000, effective 6/1/18 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-188)

 

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a. Express-County Counsel agree 18_19
b. Express Agreement App as to Form 18.19
RECESS to convene as the In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority
27. IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY

a)              Waive the reading and approve the minutes of the meeting held 4/17/18

             

             

 

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a. 4-17-18IHSSMIN
ADJOURN to convene as the Housing Authority of the County of Tehama
28. HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF TEHAMA

a)              Waive the reading and approve the minute of the meeting held 1/9/18

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ADJOURN to reconvene as the Tehama County Board of Supervisors
29. ADMINISTRATION - Chief Administrator Williams Goodwin

a)              Request authorization to participate in the Class Action lawsuit, Kane County, Utah v. United States, Case Nos. 17-739C and 17-1991C (consolidated), for the recovery of Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) monies that were underfunded in fiscal years 2015, 2016 and/or 2017, and further authorize the Chief Administrator to sign and submit the Class Action Opt-In Notice Form

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a. PILT Class Action Offical Notice
b. PILT Class Action Opt-In Notice Form
c. Approval as to Form-PILT
30. RED BLUFF COMMUNITY CENTER RE-ROOF PROJECT - Administrative Services Director Julie Sisneros

a)              Request approval of the plans and specifications for the Red Bluff Community Center Re-Roof Project as amended by Addendum No. 1

 

b)              Request to award the bid to Baird Roofing Co. as the low responsive bidder for the Red Bluff Community Center Re-Roof Project in the amount of $102,500

 

c)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chair to sign the    agreement with Baird Roofing Co. for the Red Bluff Community Center Re-Roof Project, for a total contract amount of $102,500

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-189)

 

d)              Request blanket authorization for the Chief Administrator to execute change orders for the project in an amount up to $5,125, with all change orders being brought back to the Board for confirmation

 

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a. Bid Opening Summary - Com Center Reroof
b. Addendum 01
c. County Counsel approval
d. Baird Roofing Contract
e. Baird Bid Docs
f. Approval as to Form-Baird
31. CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNTY

a)              Mary Lynn Ashlock vs. County of Tehama

 

b)              Tracy Frank vs. County of Tehama

 

c)              Tracy Frank vs. County of Tehama

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a. Mary Lynn Ashlock Claim Against the County
b. Tracy Frank vs. County of Tehama Sheriff's Dept.
c. Tracy Frank vs. County of Tehama
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, Bundy)
Jobs Development Ad Hoc Committee (Williams, Chamblin)
Library Planning Ad Hoc Committee (Chamblin, Carlson)
Travel & Vehicle Policies Ad Hoc Committee (Garton, Chamblin)
Strategic Plan Development Ad Hoc Committee (Carlson, Chamblin)
Personnel Procedures & Guidelines Ad Hoc Committee (Carlson, Chamblin)
Budget Ad Hoc Committee (Carlson, Williams)
Planning and Zoning Ordinance Review Ad Hoc Committee (Williams, Bundy)
Marijuana/Cannabis Regulation Ad Hoc Committee (Carlson, Garton)
REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234)
32. REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234)
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BOARD MATTERS - Discussion of new items for further study/future agendas
33. BOARD MATTERS
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