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)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

(Government Code Section 54957)

 

Title: Public Guardian / Public Administrator

 

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2. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

              (Government Code Section 54957)

 

              Title: Health Services Agency Executive Director

 

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3. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

              (Government Code Section 54957)

 

              Title: Chief Administrator

 

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10:00 AM CALL TO ORDER / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
REMINDER - The July 10, 2018 meeting of the Board of Supervisors is cancelled
PUBLIC COMMENT
4. 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 DEPARTMENT HEADS
CONSENT AGENDA
5. 2018-188 : APPROVAL OF MINUTES

a)              Waive the reading and approve the minutes of the meeting held 6/12/18

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a. 6-12-18MIN
6. 2018-189 : AUDITOR CLAIM

a) Public Defender, 53221, Anu Chopra, $1,171.50

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a. Claim
7. 2018-190 : GENERAL WARRANT REGISTER - June 9-15, 2018
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a. FUND 101-213 06092018THRU06152018
b. FUND 601-615 06092018THRU06152018
8. 2018-191 : AUDITOR/ CONTROLLER

a)              Pursuant to Government Code section 29802, authorization to re-issue stale dated Warrant No. 70734225, issued 8/11/17 in the amount of $320 to EJM Digital, LLC.

 

 

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a. EJM Digital LLC
9. 2018-192 : AUDITOR / PERSONNEL

a)              Request approval of a Personnel Action Form for a leave absence due to an non-industrial injury for Employee #1866 from 7/29/18 through 7/31/18

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a. PAF
10. 2018-193 : ADMINISTRATION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chair to sign the Agreement with Nichols Melburg Rossetto Architects (NMR) for the purpose of providing architectural/engineering services for the rates as set forth in Exhibit “B” with a maximum compensation of $40,000 for each individual project, effective 9/1/18 and shall terminate 8/31/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-176)

 

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a. NMR-signed
b. NMR-CoCo
11. 2018-194 : CLERK & RECORDER / ELECTIONS

a)                            AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Clerk & Recorder to sign the amendment to the Agreement with DFM Associates (Misc. Agree. #42-2013) for providing Election Information Management System (EIMS) software to manage various processes used to register and manage voters as well as the election process, thereby adjusting the fee to $1,717 per month and extending the term to 6/30/23

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-177)

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a. DFM
b. County Counsel Approval sheet
12. 2018-195 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION / CLINIC DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the agreement with Staff Care Inc. for the purpose of locating and arranging for locum tenens Physician(s), Psychiatrist(s), Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner(s), Nurse Practitioner(s) or Physician’s Assistant(s) to provide medical services at the placement address for the rates as set forth in Exhibit “A” with total maximum compensation not to exceed $1,500,000, effective 7/1/18 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-178)

 

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a. Staff Care
13. 2018-196 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the agreement with Northern Valley Catholic Social Service, Inc. (NVCSS) for the purpose of providing peer to peer support staff and duties as listed in Exhibit “B” for the rates as listed in Exhibit “C” with maximum compensation not to exceed $127,622, effective 7/1/18 and shall terminate 6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-179)

 

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a. NVCSS (1)
14. 2018-197 : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Director of Social Services to sign the Amendment to the Agreement with Express Services Inc. dba Express Employment Professionals (Misc. Agree. #2017-174) for the provision of administering a subsidized employment program thereby amending the maximum compensation not to exceed $270,000; and thereby extending the term through  6/30/19

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-180)

 

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a. Approval as to Form-Express employment 06082018
b. AMENDMENT - Express Agreement 2017-2019 rev
REGULAR AGENDA
15. CLERK & RECORDER / ELECTIONS DIVISION - Clerk & Recorder Jennifer Vise

a)                Receive and file the Certified Statement of All Votes Cast at the Statewide Direct Primary Election held on June 5, 2018

 

b)                Declare the winners for each office:

              1)  Judge of the Superior Court, Office 2 - Laura S. Woods

              2)  County Superintendent of Schools - Richard DuVarney

              3)  Supervisor 3rd District - Dennis Garton

              4)  Supervisor 4th District - Robert A. “Bob” Williams

              5)  Assessor - Kenneth L. Brown

              6)  Auditor-Controller - LeRoy M. Anderson

              7)  Clerk & Recorder - Jennifer A. Vise

              8)  District Attorney - Matthew D. Rogers

              9)  Sheriff & Coroner - Dave Hencratt

              10)  Treasurer/Tax Collector - Dana L. Hollmer

 

c)                Declare as elected those candidates filing for the Tehama County Board of Education pursuant to attached Certificate of Nomination

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16. FIRE DEPARTMENT / PERSONNEL - Chief Christine Thompson

a)                Request approval and authorization to revise the Public Safety Vehicle Equipment Mechanic II specification to include the requirement for a valid California's driver's license, effective 7/3/18

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a. Public Safety Vehicle Equipment Mechanic II Draft
17. TREASURER / TAX COLLECTOR - Treasurer Dana Hollmer

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2018-63 - Request adoption of a resolution for the distribution of excess proceeds resulting from the sale of tax-defaulted property by Public Auction held June 23, 2015 for Group 3 to be distributed as stated in Exhibit 'A'

 

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a. Resolution with Exhibit A
18. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE / DIVISION OF ANIMAL SERVICES - Animal Care Center Manager Christine McClintock

a)              Request approval and authorization for the Director of Animal Services to accept  a donation from Providing Essentials for Tehama Shelter (P.E.T.S.) in the amount of $864.64 to the Tehama County Animal Care Center's medical donation account

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a. PETS Donation
b. California Civil Code Section 1834 - Med Donation
RECESS to convene as the Tehama County Air Pollution Control District
19. TEHAMA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT - Air Pollution Control Officer Joseph Tona

a)               RESOLUTION NO. 2018-64 / AGREEMENT - Request adoption of a Resolution approving and authorizing the Air Pollution Control Officer (APCO)

to sign the California Air Resources Board FY2017-18 Community Air Protection Program Grant Agreement #G17-CAPP-32 for funding in the amount of $10,690, effective 3/1/18 to 9/28/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2018-181)

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a. AB617 Grant - CoverSheets
b. AB617 Grant - Letter and Exhibits
c. AB617-Resolution
d. A-135 AB617
e. Approval as to Form-CARB-Air Protection Grant
ADJOURN to reconvene as the Tehama County Board of Supervisors
20. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY – Executive Director Valerie Lucero

a)              ORDINANCE NO. 2061 - Creating Chapter 9.29 of the Tehama County Code relating to requirements for the collection and disposal of unwanted drugs and sharps

              1)  Waive the Second Reading

2)  Adopt the Ordinance

 

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a. Sharps Ord Revised 6-19-18
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21. JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER EXTERIOR PAINT PROJECT - Chief Probation Officer Richard Muench

a)              NOTICE OF COMPLETION - Request approval for the Chair to sign the Notice of Completion for the Juvenile Justice Center Exterior Paint Project, as contracted by Affordable Painting Services Inc. of Sacramento, California.

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a. Notice of Completion
22. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT / CODE ENFORCEMENT - Environmental Health Director Tim Potanovic and Code Enforcement Officers Keith Curl and Clint Weston

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

 

                Owner:                            Thomas Gronek, Heather Gronek,

                                             Brandon Kania and Nicholas Kania

                Site Address:                            7098 Corral Point, Corning, RTR

                APN:                                          062-310-024 ("Premises")

 

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a. Corral Point, 7098, Mailed recommended Reso and BOS hearing letter
23. CLAIM AGAINST THE COUNTY

a)              Creevy Dunn vs. County of Tehama

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a. Claim Against the County - Dunn
REOPEN PUBLIC COMMENT - If previous 30 minutes was not adequate
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)
24. REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234)
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BOARD MATTERS - Discussion of new items for further study/future agendas
25. BOARD MATTERS
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