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/DISCIPLINE

(Government Code Section 54957(b)(1)

 

Title: Director of Planning

 

documentConsent Item Printout
2. CLOSED SESSION

a)              PERSONNEL / PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION/DISCIPLINE

(Government Code Section 54957(b)(1)

 

Title: Chief Administrator

 

documentConsent Item Printout
3. CLOSED SESSION

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

 

              Agency Negotiators:  Gage Dungy, Missi Bullington & Williams Goodwin

 

              Employee Organization:

Tehama County Deputy Sheriff's Association

 

documentConsent Item Printout
4. CLOSED SESSION

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

 

              Agency Negotiators:  Missi Bullington, Gage Dungy, & Williams Goodwin

 

              Employee Organization:

Tehama County Law Enforcement Management Association

 

documentConsent Item Printout
TO ACCOMMODATE PUBLIC HEALTH RECOMMENDATIONS, THE DOORS WILL BE OPEN AT 9:30 A.M.
10:00 AM CALL TO ORDER / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The October 13, 2020 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).
PLEASE TURN OFF OR MUTE YOUR CELL PHONE
PUBLIC COMMENT
5. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

a)              SPECIAL NOTE ON PUBLIC MEETINGS DURING SHELTER-IN-PLACE ORDER:

Pursuant to the Governor's Executive Order N-29-20, a local legislative body is authorized to hold public meetings via teleconferencing and to make public meetings accessible telephonically or otherwise electronically to all members of the public seeking to attend and to address the local legislative body, during the period in which local public officials impose measures to promote social distancing.

 

Effective June 30, 2020, Board of Supervisors meetings will be opened to limited in-person attendance and will accommodate 35 members of the public on a first come, first served basis with the following safety measures in place:

·              Touchless temperature checks will be available to participants on a voluntary basis. Participants with a temperature of 100.4 Fahrenheit or higher, or displaying other symptoms, will not be allowed in the building.

·              Participants may provide their name and contact information. This information is to be used for contact tracing in the event of positive COVID-19 test for any supervisors, staff, or public participants. County Counsel will deliver contact information to Public Health for contact tracing purposes, if necessary.

·              All participants will be required to wear face coverings or masks unless speaking into the microphone. Single use masks will be available at no cost to the public.

 

Remote public participation is still encouraged in one of the following ways:

 

For audio and real-time commenting via phone: (530) 212-8376, conference code 933876. Press 5* to raise your hand to comment.

 

For live audio of the meeting: Go to: <http://tehamacountyca.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx>

 

If you have trouble connecting or accessing the meeting, contact the Board office

for assistance at (530) 527-4655

 

This Board has chosen to exercise its discretion and limit each speaker to three (3) minutes. Public comment will be limited to twenty (20) minutes at the beginning of the meeting. If additional time is needed, time will be allotted for a second Public Comment Period at the end of the meeting.

 

 

documentConsent Item Printout
ANNOUNCEMENT OF AGENDA CORRECTIONS
REPORTABLE ACTIONS FROM CLOSED SESSION
BOARD MATTERS - Discussion of new items for further study/future agendas
6. BOARD MATTERS

Board Matters is an opportunity for one Board member to present a topic to the full Board and County Departments and allow the Board to express consensus that staff should be directed to address the issue and bring it back to the full Board as an agendized matter. This is not a time for the Board to address the merits or express their opinions on the issue but solely to decide if staff should expend resources in researching and preparing documents for consideration at a public board meeting. More complex issues may result in a future study session.

 

documentConsent Item Printout
ANNOUNCEMENTS BY COUNTY DEPARTMENTS
CONSENT AGENDA
7. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

a)              Waive the reading and approve the minutes of the meeting held 9/1/20

documentConsent Item Printout
a. 9-1-20MIN
8. GENERAL WARRANT REGISTER September 6-12, 2020
documentConsent Item Printout
a. FUND 101-213 09062020THRU09122020
9. AUDITOR-CONTROLLER

a)              STALE DATED WARRANTS - Pursuant to Government Code Section 29802, authorization to re-issue the following stale dated warrants to Manton Volunteer Fire Co.:

              1) Warrant No. 70773825 dated 9/17/19 in the amount of $290.08

documentConsent Item Printout
a. doc04015720200915114719
10. AUDITOR / CONTROLLER

a)              RESOLUTION NO. 2020-102 - Request adoption of a Resolution establishing the Appropriation Limit Formula for 2020-21 that will consist of the percentage change in population factor in conjunction with the percentage change in the California per capita personal income

documentConsent Item Printout
a. Price & Population Letter 2020
b. GANN Limit Calc Resolution PROP 111
11. CLERK & RECORDER

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Clerk & Recorder to sign the Addendum to the Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Justice (DOJ) (Misc. Agree. #185-2013) for regulation and oversight of the Electronic Recording Delivery System (ERDS) Program in the amount of $244.70, thereby extending the date through 6/30/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-272)

 

documentConsent Item Printout
a. ERDS MOU
b. Approval as to Form-17890ERDS
12. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)               AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Director to sign the agreement with Empower Tehama for the provision of Transitional Counseling with maximum compensation not to exceed $90,000, effective 9/1/20 through 2/28/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-273)

                           

documentConsent Item Printout
a. Empower Tehama Counseling Agreement 20-21 final 9-8-20
b. Approval as to Form-17838empower
13. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Director to sign the Agreement with Shasta County Office of Education for the provision of a Child Care Navigator, Trauma-Informed Care Training Services, and the Alternate Program for the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program per rates set forth as listed in the Exhibit “D” with maximum compensation for all programs not to exceed $93,638.69, effective 7/1/20 and shall terminate 6/30/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-274)

 

documentConsent Item Printout
a. Approval as to Form-17576ShastaBridge
b. Shasta County BRIDGE Agreement 2020-21
14. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES / HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Director of Social Services and the Executive Director of Health Services Agency to sign the Amendment to Agreement # 2020-119 with Youth Home, Inc. for the provision of mutually arranged Residential and Mental Health Services with maximum compensation not to exceed $169,000 through Social Services; and not to exceed $72,000 through the Health Services Agency with a total maximum not to exceed $241,000, effective 2/1/20 and shall terminate 7/31/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-275)

 

documentConsent Item Printout
a. Youth Home Inc. AMENDMENT 20-21
b. Youth Home Agreement 2020
c. Approval as to Form-17917YouthHome
15. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PUBLIC HEALTH

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign agreement 19-10862 with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) for the Infectious Disease and Prevention Control Local-Infrastructure grant in the amount of $158,193.83 for the term 2/1/20 through 6/30/23

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-276)

documentConsent Item Printout
a. CDPH Infectious Disease
b. Approval as to Form
16. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PUBLIC HEALTH

a)              AGREEMENT - Request Approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the supplemental agreement with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH)Immunization Program, for the purpose of receiving grant funding to provide enhanced influenza activities related to the COVID-19 response in an amount not to exceed $52,079, effective 7/1/20 to 6/30/21

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-277)

 

documentConsent Item Printout
a. CDPH Supplemental IZ
b. Approval as to Form
17. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / PUBLIC HEALTH

a)               AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign Standard Agreement 20-10555 with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) for the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) for the purpose of lead poisoning prevention and treatment for children of Tehama County in the amount of $372,075 for the funding period of 7/1/20 through 6/30/23

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-278)

 

documentConsent Item Printout
a. CDPH CLPPP
b. 39414
18. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / MENTAL HEALTH

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to sign the amendment to the Agreement with Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc. (Misc Agree. #2018-160 as amended by Misc Agree. #2020-11) for the purpose of locating and arranging for psychiatrist(s), nurse practitioner(s), physician’s assistant(s), Registered Nurse(s), Licensed Vocational Nurse(s), Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist(s), Licensed Clinical Social Worker(s), Medical Assistant(s), Mental Health Worker/ Sitter/Certified Nurse Assistant(s), Case Resource Specialist(s) or Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist(s) to provide medical supportive services at the placement address shall be amended to include the option of providing medical services through the placement of Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor(s) and to extend the term of the agreement for the rates as set forth in Exhibit “A” with a maximum amount not to exceed $3,000,000, during any fiscal year (July 1 to June 30)

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-279)

 

documentConsent Item Printout
a. Maxim
19. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY / MENTAL HEALTH

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Executive Director to accept the grant award 1H79TI083014-01 with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for the Northern California Co-Occurring Drug Court Program (CODC) Expansion Grant to Expand Substance Abuse Treatment Capacity in Adult Drug Courts and Adult Tribal Healing to Wellness court in the total amount of $2,000,000 for the project period 7/30/20 through 7/29/25

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-284)

documentConsent Item Printout
a. cbh-SAMHSA Grant CODC expansion grant Marijuana Restriction letter 9-2020
b. Approval as to Form-17899SAMHSA
c. NOA 6-12-2020
d. A-135
e. Executive Summary
20. ADMINISTRATION

a)              NOTICE OF COMPLETION - Request approval for the Chairman to sign the Notice of Completion for the Red Bluff Community Center Roof Seal Project, as contracted by Mast roofing of Redding, California

documentConsent Item Printout
a. Notice of Completion
21. ADMINISTRATION

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the agreement between the County of Tehama and Adams Ashby Group, Inc. for the purposes of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) General Administration and Project Implementation Services for the homeless navigation center (Public Facility Project) grant for a flat-fee amount of $170,800, invoiced over a 28-month period at $6,100 per month, effective 10/1/20

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-280)

documentConsent Item Printout
a. Contract AAG 9.16.2020
b. Adams Ashby Group_Proposal
c. Adams Ashby_CC approval
22. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Flood Control/Water Resources Manager Ryan Teubert

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Interim Director of Public Works to sign Amendment No. 2 to the Funding Agreement with Department of Water Resources (Misc. Agree. #2018-222) for the Community of Gerber Flood Risk Reduction Feasibility Study thereby modifying Exhibit “B” Budget and Schedule; and Article 2 Term of Agreement thereby increasing the project schedule by two years to expire 10/1/22 with no increase in cost

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-282)

documentConsent Item Printout
a. 46-12578_Amd_2_Gerber_Final.docx
b. Approval as to Form-17971DWRGerberAmend2
23. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - Flood Control / Water Resources Manager Ryan Teubert

a)              AGREEMENT - Request approval and authorization for the Interim Director of Public Works to sign Amendment No. 2 to the Funding Agreement with Department of Water Resources (Misc. Agree. #2018-223) for the Community of Vina Flood Risk Reduction Feasibility Study thereby modifying Exhibit “B” Budget and Schedule; and Article 2 Term of Agreement thereby increasing the project schedule by two years to expire 10/1/22 with no increase in cost

(Miscellaneous Agreement #2020-282)

documentConsent Item Printout
a. 46-12579_Amd_2_Vina_FINAL.docx
b. Approval as to Form-17972DWRVinaAmend2
24. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

a)              Request approval of a letter in support of the Tehama County Resource Conservation District's project proposal for the Deer Creek Meadows Restoration Project

documentConsent Item Printout
a. TCRCD - Deer Creek Meadows - Support
REGULAR AGENDA
25. ADMINISTRATION - Chief Administrator Williams Goodwin

a)               Board update and possible direction to staff regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

pandemic

documentRegular Item Printout
26. HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY - CLINIC DIVISION - Executive Director Valerie Lucero

a)              Request general approval of the concept and authorization for the Health

Services Agency Clinic Division to accept the Notice of Award for the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) State Opioid Response (SOR) 2 Hub and Spoke System (H&SS) Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Expansion Project in the amount of $198,420 for the period 9/30/20 through 9/29/22

documentRegular Item Printout
a. Request
b. Award_Letter.final
RECESS to convene as the Tehama County Air Pollution Control District
27. AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT - Air Pollution Control Officer Joseph Tona

a)              Request approval and authorization for the Air Pollution Control Officer to sign and submit the FY 2020-21 subvention application and supporting budgets to the California Air Resources Board

documentRegular Item Printout
a. 2020 Subvention
b. Proposed Subvention Awards
c. Subvention Guidance Package 2020-21
ADJOURN to reconvene as the Tehama County Board of Supervisors
28. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT - Sheriff Dave Hencratt

a)               TRANSFER OF FUNDS: SHERIFF, B-10 - From Salary & Wages $59,484.00 (2027-51010); PERS $10,646.22 (2027-51020); OASDI $4,610.16 (2027-51021); Group Insurance $19,006.00 (2027-51030); Unemployment $178.45 (2027-51031); Clothing & Personnel Sup $780.00 (2027-53110); Communication $300.00 (2027-53120) to Extra Help $95,004.83 (2027-51011) (Requires 4/5’s vote)

documentRegular Item Printout
a. Sheriff's Budget Salary and Wages $95004.83
29. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT - Sheriff Dave Hencratt

a)               TRANSFER OF FUNDS: SHERIFF, B-09 - From Federal Title III (2027-450727) to

Contingency (2002-59000), $11,000; and From Contingency (2002-59000) to Equipment (2027-57608), $11,000 (Requires 4/5’s vote)

documentRegular Item Printout
a. Title III 2019 Funds $11,000.00
30. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT - Sheriff Dave Hencratt

a)              TRANSFER OF FUNDS: SHERIFF, B-08 - From Federal Other (2027-450720) to Contingency (2002-59000), $99,000; and From Contingency (2002-59000) to Computer (2027-57603), $99,000 (Requires 4/5’s vote)

 

documentRegular Item Printout
a. Transfer of funds $99,000.00 NIBARS Sunridge
31. SHERIFF / PERSONNEL - Sheriff Dave Hencratt and Personnel Director Missi Bullington

a)              OTHER THAN "A" STEP - Request approval to appoint an applicant as Deputy Range 68, Step 3, effective, October 1, 2020  
 

 

documentRegular Item Printout
a. Other than Step A Request 9-29-2020
32. PERSONNEL - Director Missi Bullington

a)              Request adoption of Personnel Rule §5106: Health Insurance Advisory Committee

 

documentRegular Item Printout
a. Health Committee §5106 Final
33. PERSONNEL - Director Missi Bullington

a)              Request adoption of Personnel Rule §5302: Deferred Compensation

 

documentRegular Item Printout
a. Deferred Compensation §5302
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)
Strategic Plan Development Ad Hoc Committee (Carlson, Garton)
Personnel Procedures & Guidelines Ad Hoc Committee (Chamblin, Williams)
Budget Ad Hoc Committee (Williams, Chamblin)
Park Bond Projects Ad Hoc Committee (Chamblin, Bundy)
Solid Waste Collection Ad Hoc Committee (Chamblin, Garton)
Departmental Review Ad Hoc (Williams, Chamblin)
County Organization Ad Hoc (Carlson,Bundy)
Workforce Development (Garton, Williams)
REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234)
34. REPORTS OF MEETINGS ATTENDED (AB1234)
documentRegular Item Printout
BOARD MATTERS - Discussion of new items for further study/future agendas
35. BOARD MATTERS

Board Matters is an opportunity for one Board member to present a topic to the full Board and County Departments and allow the Board to express consensus that staff should be directed to address the issue and bring it back to the full Board as an agendized matter. This is not a time for the Board to address the merits or express their opinions on the issue but solely to decide if staff should expend resources in researching and preparing documents for consideration at a public board meeting. More complex issues may result in a future study session.

 

documentRegular Item Printout
1:30 P.M.
36. TEHAMA COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION - Assistant Assessor Burley Phillips

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

              1)              Meeting held 6/30/20

              2)              Meeting held 8/25/20

 

b)              Request approval of the following stipulation as recommended by the County

Assessor:

1)              Assessment Appeal No. 2-2020 - Logan Stonehouse

 

c)               BELLE MILL PROPERTY OWNER, LLC, 14(A)-2018 - Hearing on appeal

 

d)              BELLE MILL PROPERTY OWNER, LLC, 14(B)-2018 - Hearing on appeal

 

e)              BELLE MILL PROPERTY OWNER, LLC, 8(A)-2019 - Hearing on appeal

 

f)              BELLE MILL PROPERTY OWNER, LLC, 8(B)-2019 - Hearing on appeal

 

 

documentRegular Item Printout
a. 6-30-20AAMin
b. 8-25-20AAMin
c. 14-2018 (A & B) Belle Mill
d. 8(A)-2019 Belle Mill (Coras Ave.)
e. 8(B)-2019 Belle Mill (Belle Mill Rd.)
f. stonehouse
b
c & d
e&f