10:00 AM CALL TO ORDER / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
REMINDER - The July 2, 2019 meeting of the Board of Supervisors is cancelled due to the July 4th holiday.
PUBLIC COMMENT
1. 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
BOARD MATTERS - Discussion of new items for further study/future agendas
2. BOARD MATTERS
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ANNOUNCEMENTS BY COUNTY DEPARTMENTS
CONSENT AGENDA
3. 2019-192 : APPROVAL OF MINUTES

a)              Waive the reading and approve the minutes of the meeting held 5/21/19

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a. May 21, 2019 Minutes
4. 2019-193 : GENERAL WARRANT REGISTER - May 18-24, 2019
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a. FUND 101-213 05182019THRU05242019
b. FUND 601-615 05182019THRU05242019
5. 2019-194 : DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign an Addendum to the Coast2Coast Rx Card Public Benefit Program Agreement with Financial Marketing Concepts, Inc. (FMC) for the provision of a discount prescription card to the residents of Tehama County and FMC's use of the County's name and official seal in connection with the provision of the discount prescription card, effective 7/1/19 and shall automatically renew every 3 years unless terminated by either party

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-163)

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a. Discount Rx Card Addendum 070119
b. Financial Marketing Concepts Agreement 2016-19
c. Approval as to Form-14835Coast2Coast
6. 2019-195 : PROBATION DEPARTMENT

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chief Probation Officer to sign the Agreement with Inmate Phone Services (ITS), to provide secure and reliable local and long distance telephone service to inmates at the County’s Juvenile Detention Facility, in which ITS will pay the County a 30% commission of the gross revenues received each month, for a four year term beginning 7/1/19 and shall terminate 6/30/23

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-164)

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a. Inmate Phone Service 19-23
b. Approval as to Form-14713ITS
7. 2019-196 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / CLINIC DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to

sign the Subcontractor Year Three Agreement Addendum with Aegis Treatment Centers LLC for the purpose of furnishing labor and materials required of a Spoke as part of the California Hub and Spoke System of the California Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Expansion Project, for the period 7/1/19 to 9/30/20

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-165)

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a. Addendum
8. 2019-197 : HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the Agreement with Native American Mental Health Services dba; North American Mental Health Services, Inc., a California corporation for the purpose of providing outpatient psychiatry services and conservatorship evaluations for the rates as stated in Exhibit “B” with maximum compensation payable not to exceed $250,000, effective 7/1/19 and shall terminate 6/30/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-166)

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a. North American
9. 2019-198 : PERSONNEL / ADMINISTRATION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the Agreement with Redding Occupational Medical Center (ROMC) for the purpose of providing physical examinations and drug and alcohol testing services for rates set forth in Exhibit “B” with maximum compensation not to exceed $60,000, effective 5/2/19 and shall terminate 12/31/20

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-167)

 

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a. ROMC agreement 5-2-19-12-31-20 CC approval as to Form
b. ROMC Agreement 05-02-19 through 12-31-20
c. ROMC Agreement 05-02-19 through 12-31-20
RECESS to convene as the Tehama County Air Pollution Control District
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT CONSENT AGENDA
10. TEHAMA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Air Pollution Control Officer to sign the Carl Moyer/FARMER Off Road Equipment Replacement Program Agreement with Northstate Recycling, Inc. Salvage Yard, effective upon execution by both parties and terminate on 12/31/24 unless an amendment is made in writing and signed by all parties to extend that term

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-168)

             

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a. Northstate Recycling Agreement
b. Approval as to Form-14719NorthstateRecycling
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AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT REGULAR AGENDA
11. TEHAMA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT - Air Pollution Control Officer Joseph Tona

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2019-78/AGREEMENT- Request adoption of a resolution approving Carl Moyer Program Fiscal Year 2018-19 (YR 21) State Reserve Project Agreement, in the amount of $18,074 (Grant No. G18-MO45) to fund off-road projects eligible in accordance with the Moyer Program Guidelines; and request confirmation for the Air Pollution Control Officer to sign the Agreement, effective 4/23/19 through 12/31/23

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-169)

 

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a. Board Resolution-StateReserve YR21
b. Attachment 1
c. CMSRYR21-A135
d. Approval as to Form-14764Moyer
12. TEHAMA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT - Air Pollution Control Officer Joseph Tona

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2019-79/AGREEMENT - Request adoption of a Resolution approving and authorizing the Air Pollution Control Officer (APCO) to sign the California Air Resources Board Quality Assurance Review of Point Source Emissions Data Grant Agreement #G18-EIDG-31 for funding in the amount
of $8,583, effective 5/1/19 to 5/1/20

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-170)

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a. AB197Letter-Coversheets-Exhibits
b. Board Resolution-AB 197
c. AB197-A135
d. Approval as to Form-14765AB197
13. TEHAMA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT - Air Pollution Control Officer Joseph Tona

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2019-80/AGREEMENT - Request adoption of a Resolution approving and authorizing the Air Pollution Control Officer (APCO) to sign the California Air Resources Board Prescribed Burn Reporting and Monitoring support Program Grant Agreement #G18-PBRM-28 for funding in the amount of $34,753, effective 6/1/19 to 6/30/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-171)

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a. PrescribedFire-Coversheet-Exhibits
b. Board Resolution
c. PBRM-A135
d. Approval as to Form-14766PrescribedFire
ADJOURN to reconvene as the Tehama County Board of Supervisors
REGULAR AGENDA
14. FIRE - Fire Marshal John Berglund

a)              INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATION - To provide information regarding fireworks booths, locations and statistical data

 

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a. 2019 Fire Works Review
15. COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY - Executive Director Laura Williams

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: SOCIAL SERVICES, B-53 - From Salary & Wages (5062-51010) $22,409; and from Extra Help (5062-51011), $16,000; to Professional & Special Services (5062-53230), $38,409 (Requires 4/5 vote)

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a. 5062 Transfer 6.11.19
16. LIBRARY - Librarian Todd Deck

a)              Request approval of the Donated Materials Policy

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a. DonationPolicy
17. DISTRICT ATTORNEY / PURCHASING – District Attorney Matthew Rogers

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: DISTRICT ATTORNEY, B-58 - From Insurance Settlement (2007-471126), to Contingency (2002-59000), $22,168.72; and From Contingency (2002-59000), to Vehicle (2007-57605) $22,168.72; From Overtime (2007-51012), $1,000; OASDI (2007-51021), $480; Group Insurance (2007-51030), $1,530; Communications (2007-53120),$1,700; Maintenance of Equipment (2007-53170), $1,000; Membership/Dues (2007-53200), $189; Office Expense (2007-53220), $1,000; Travel Expense (2007-53290), $700; and Internal Assets (2007-53800), $401; to Vehicle (2007-57605), $8,000; From Office Expense (2008-53220), $2,563; Special Department Expense (2008-53280), $1,500; and Travel Expense (2008-53290), $2,700, to Vehicles (2008-57605) $6,763

 

b)               BID WAIVER

              1)   Request to adopt the finding that State General Services Contract

                   #1-18-23-20A with Downtown Ford for the acquisition of one new Ford F150

                            Crew Cab 4x4 pick-up 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

 

2)              Request to find it in the best interest of the County to waive the formal bid

              process for the acquisition of one new Ford F150 Crew Cab 4x4 pick-up based

              on the finding             

 

c)              Request authorization for the Purchasing Department to issue a purchase order to Downtown Ford for the acquisition of one new Ford F150 Crew Cab 4x4 pick-up for the District Attorney’s Office in the amount of $36,586.58

             

                  d)              Request authorization for the Purchasing Department to issue a purchase order   
                 to for use of the State contract in the amount not to exceed $345

 

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a. Bid waiver
b. Quote
c. PO Downtown Ford June 2019
d. PO DGS Fee
e. User_Instructions_Fleet_Vehicles-TRUCKS_Sup._4 (1)
f. Attachment_A_-_Pricing_TRUCKS_1-18-23-20_A_-I_Sup_4 (1)
g. WF-EF FY 18-19 Transfer of Funds to Vehicle
18. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE / AUTO INSURANCE FRAUD PROGRAM - District Attorney Matthew Rogers

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: DISTRICT ATTORNEY-AUTO INSURANCE FRAUD UNIT, B-55 - From Group Insurance (20135-51030) to Salary/Wages (20135-51010), $710; From Group Insurance (20135-51030) to Pay in Lieu/Misc. Payouts (20135-51015), $320; From Group Insurance (20135-51030) to PERS (20135-51020), $115; From Group Insurance (20135-51030) to OASDI (20135-51021), $15; From Group Insurance (20135-51030) to Unfunded PERS Liability (20135-51023), $3,551; From Group Insurance (20135-51030) to Unemployment Insurance (20135-51031), $2; and From Group Insurance (20135-51030) to Office Expense (20135-53220), $1,608,

      (Requires 4/5 vote)

 

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a. Auto Ins Fraud Grant FY 18-19 Transfer
19. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE/ WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE FRAUD PROGRAM - District Attorney Matthew Rogers

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: DISTRICT ATTORNEY-WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE FRAUD UNIT, B-54 - From Pay in Lieu/Misc. Payouts (20136-51015) to Salary/Wages (20136-51010), $15; From Pay in Lieu/Misc. Payouts (20136-51015) to Unemployment Insurance (20136-51031), $4; From PERS (20136-51020) to Office Expense (20136-53220), $41; From OASDI (20136-51021) to Office Expense (20136-53220), $171; From Group Insurance (20136-51030) to Office Expense (20136-53220), $595; and From Deferred Comp Match (20136-51050) to Office Expense (20136-53220), $270, (Requires 4/5’s vote)

 

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a. WC Grant FY 18-19 Transfer
20. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Director Timothy McSorley

a)              INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATION - To provide an update on the status of Reeds Creek Road and options for the repair of the damaged roadway

 

b)              Board discussion and possible direction to staff on which of the below Reeds Creek Road repair options to pursue:

 

1)                            Option 1 - To realign Liza Creek with the use of typical fill construction and

                         rock slope protection;

or

     

2)              Option 1a -To realign Liza Creek with use of gabion walls;

 

or

                                                                                                                                                                                                    3)              Option 2 - To realign Reeds Creek Road south of its existing alignment                                                                       and pursue any land acquisition necessary for the realignment

 

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21. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Director Timothy McSorley

a)              Request approval to advertise for On-Call Topographical Survey Services required on an as needed basis for a period of five-years with receipt of qualifications no later than 4:00 pm on July 3, 2019 at the Tehama County Public Works Department, 9380 San Benito Ave., Gerber, California

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a. On-Call Survey RFQ - V4 Task Orders
b. 14663 Approval
22. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT - Sheriff Dave Hencratt

a)              AGREEMENT- Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to the sign the Agreement with Obsidian IT for the provision of technology support services for a monthly flat fee of $8,750, with maximum compensation not to exceed $105,000, additionally the County shall pay a maximum of $10,000 for computer services specifically requested by the County that are not covered under Exhibit “B”

including any onsite computer technician services requested by the County at the hourly rate of $115.00 per hr., the maximum annual compensation payable under this agreement is $115,000, effective 7/1/19 and shall terminate 6/30/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2019-172)

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a. Signed Agreement Obsidian IT Maintenance 2019-2021
b. Approved as to Form Obsidian 2019
23. CAMP TEHAMA / ADMINISTRATION - Purchasing Agent Julie Sisneros

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: CAMP TEHAMA, B-56 - From Maintenance of Structure (7013-53180) to Equipment (7013-57600), $3,914.61(Requires 4/5 vote)

 

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a. spec sheet
b. Budget Transfer 5.29.19 Convection Oven
24. MILL CREEK PARK PAVING REPAIR PROJECT / ADMINISTRATION - Administrative Services Director Julie Sisneros

a)              NOTICE OF COMPLETION - Request approval for the Chair to sign the Notice of Completion for the Mill Creek Park Paving Repair Project, as contracted by Quality Surfacing, Inc. of Red Bluff, California

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a. Notice of Completion
25. OLD LIBRARY SITE / COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS REENTRY PROJECT / ADMINISTRATION - Administrative Services Director Julie Sisneros

a)              Request approval of the plans and specifications for the Former Tehama County Library Demolition Project

 

b)              Request authorization for Administration to advertise for bids on the project, with the bid opening to be held at 3:00 p.m. on July 10, 2019 in the Administrative Office, 727 Oak Street, Room #202, Red Bluff, California

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a. Library Demolition bid packet
b. plans and specs
c. County Counsel Approval
26. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

a)              Request approval of a letter to Senator Jeff Stone, California State Senate, in support of an amendment to Senate Bill 2, Building Homes and Jobs Act, exempting the recording of fees on mining claim holders

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a. SB 2 Public Notice
b. G.C. 27388.1
c. SB2 Support of Amendment
27. ADMINISTRATION / PERSONNEL - Chief Administrator Williams Goodwin

a)              Request approval of a hiring freeze exemption/exception to fill one Facilities Maintenance Director allocation, effective 8/19/19

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a. Facilities Maintenance Director_Administration Request
b. Facilties Maintence Direction_Admin Recommendation
28. ADMINISTRATION / PERSONNEL - Chief Administrator Williams Goodwin

a)              Request approval of a hiring freeze exemption/exception to fill one Administrative Services Director allocation, effective 8/6/19

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a. Admin Services Dir_Hiring Freeze Request
b. Admin Services Dir_Administration Recommendation
29. COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS / SPECIAL DISTRICTS

a)              Bi-Annual list of the current Committees & Commissions / Special District vacancies that will come back to the Board in December 2019 or earlier if appointment is made (no action necessary, information only) (see attached list) 

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a. Agenda Expired Committee for Website
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)
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)
Park Bond Projects Ad Hoc Committee (Chamblin, Bundy)
Boat Ramp Ad Hoc Committee (Bundy, Garton)
Solid Waste Collection Ad Hoc Committee (Chamblin, Garton)
REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234)
30. REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234)
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BOARD MATTERS - Discussion of new items for further study/future agendas
31. BOARD MATTERS
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1:30 P.M.
32. PERSONNEL - Director Missi Bullington

a)              Board discussion and possible direction to staff regarding Personnel Rule §1305: Dress Code

 

b)              Request Board adoption of Personnel Rule §1305: Dress Code

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a. Dress Code §1305
33. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH - Director Timothy Potanovic and Deputy County Counsel Daniel Klausner

a)              STUDY SESSION - To clarify the Code Enforcement Divisions current methodology

for collection of fines and penalties 

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34. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

a)              Discussion and possible direction to staff regarding start times for the Board of Supervisor's regular meetings and closed sessions

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a. Ordinance No. 1998