A G E N D A

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

DEL NORTE COUNTY

STATE OF CALIFORNIA

981 H STREET, ROOM 100

 

CRESCENT CITY, CA  95531

 

 

REGULAR MEETING

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

    8:30 AM

The Board of Supervisors of the County of Del Norte and the governing body of all other special assessment and taxing districts, for which said Board so acts, is now meeting in regular session.  Only those items that indicate a specific time will be heard at the assigned time.  All other items may be taken out of sequence to accommodate the public and staff availability.  Items followed with a ** indicate material attached in the agenda packet.

A closed session may be held at some time during the meeting to discuss litigation and/or personnel matters.  There is a 90-day statute of limitations relating to decisions rendered after a public hearing of the Board of Supervisors and a 60-day statute of limitations relating to ministerial actions of the Board of Supervisors.  NOTE:  If you challenge the decision of the Board of Supervisors in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in the notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the Board of Supervisors at, or prior to, the public hearing.  (Govt. Code § 65009).  When providing written correspondence to the Board of Supervisors you must provide a copy to the Clerk of the Board for inclusion in the official record.

 

Present:     Leslie McNamer, Martha McClure, Michael Sullivan, Gerry Hemmingsen and David Finigan

                  

Absent:       None

CLOSED SESSION 8:30 A.M.

Public Comment on Closed Session items only.

 

 

Hold a closed session to consider and discuss litigation and personnel matters: I) Personnel negotiations pursuant to Government Code 54957.6 between County negotiator the County Administrative Officer and the Del Norte County Employees' Association, Sheriffs Employees' Association, represented and unrepresented bargaining units.  II) Conference with legal counsel – A) Existing litigation pursuant to Government code 54956.9(a), Pacific Shores CA Subdivision Water District v  DNC, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVPT 06-1454; John Gimbel v. County of Del Norte, US District Court, Northern California Division., Case No. C070113; Joseph Rimac v. Del Norte County, US District Court, Northern California Division,  SC C 07-0298; David L. Elsebusch v. Del Norte, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVCV06-2313; Dawn Heckel v District Attorney, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVPI 07-1176;County of Del Norte v Beckett et al, DN Superior Court., Case No. CVUJ 05-1557; Gimbel v. California, US District Court, Northern California District Case No. C 07-058196 EMC; Clark v. Del Norte County, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVPM07-1496; and Coyle v. James Marmon, et al., DN Superior Court Case No. CVPM07-1572; McNamara & Peepe, US Bankruptcy Court, Northern District no. 1-84-00550; Gregory Jones & Darlene Jones v. County of Del Norte, et. seq. US District Court, Northern District no. cv 08 3222BZ; Crescent Heritage Coalition v. County of Del Norte, Del Norte Superior Court Docket # CVUJ 08-1408; Wigley v. Del Norte CVPI 06-1401; Chisman v. County US Dist Ct, Northern Cal Dist, # C084793MMC; Haley v. County, US Dist Ct, Northern Cal Dist, # CV084572WHA; Dickson v. County CV-UJ-08-0001485; Olson v. Riese, Del Norte Superior Court # CVUJ08-1513; Tyler Dickson v. Del Norte County, Del Norte Superior Court # CVUJ-1485; PSSCWD v. LAFCo, Del Norte Superior Ct., CVPT08-1380; B) Anticipated litigation: 1) significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Govt’ Code 54956.9(b) - two cases; 2) Initiation of litigation Conference with Legal Counsel pursuant to Govt’ Code 54956.9(c) - 1 case. 

 

 

 

 

 

Action: The Chair called the meeting to order at 8:30 A.M. No Public Comment was given. The Board adjourned to Closed Session at 8:31 A.M.

REGULAR SESSION 10:00 A.M.

10:00 A.M. Call the  meeting to order and take roll.

·        The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag led by Supervisor McClure

Action: Supervisor McClure led the Pledge of Allegiance.

·        Introduction of new employees to the Board of Supervisors.

Action: Tom Crowell was introduced as the new Interim Chief Probation Officer.

·        Report of any actions from closed session by County Counsel.

Action: County Counsel stated no reportable actions from Closed Session.

·        The Chair requests any deletions, corrections or additions from Board members to the agenda at this time.  In order to add an item to the agenda, the matter must have come to the attention of the County subsequent to the posting of the agenda and the matter requires action before the next regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors.

Action: Jeannine Galatioto requested that an item from the Sheriff be added.  This item was as follows:  To approve and authorize the Sheriff to apply for a grant through COPS/CHRP (Cops Hiring Recovery Program) in the amount of $743,288.00 over a 3-year period.

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor McClure, the item was added to the agenda as an urgency item that arose subsequent to the posting of the agenda.

Motion:        Move to approve

Move:   Michael Sullivan

Second:        Leslie McNamer

Vote Yea:     5        Michael Sullivan, Leslie McNamer, Martha McClure, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan

On a motion by Supervisor McNamer and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, the Board Approved and authorized the Sheriff to apply for a grant through COPS/CHRP (Cops Hiring Recovery Program) in the amount of $743.288.00 over a 3-year period.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Leslie McNamer

Second:    Michael Sullivan

 

Vote Yea:       5              Leslie McNamer, Michael Sullivan, Martha McClure, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

SCHEDULED ITEMS:

1.     10:10 A.M.  Receive other brief reports or announcements relative to County of Del Norte programs and projects, progress of the two by two committees, goal committees and/or Board and staff travel/training reports.  The Board may ask questions for clarification; make a referral to staff to take action to have a matter or business placed on a future agenda pursuant to Government Code 54954.2(a).

Action: Supervisor Sullivan reported on traveling to Smith River regarding Klifford Kamph , attending a meeting with Ernie Perry, Director of Community Development and Tina McClendon and the Browns regarding fire safety improvements, attending a Local Transportation Commission meeting regarding 60% of our funding that was lost to urban areas, attending a meeting with Megan Miller, a representative from Barbara Boxer's office, regarding No Net Loss of lands, attending a 4th of July committee meeting for the Chamber of Commerce and commented on the change of layout for this year, attending a 2x2 meeting with Smith River Rancheria where a possible MOU and other projects were discussed, attending the Chamber's Annual Economic Summit, attending a key-giving ceremony for Habitat for Humanity, attending a 2x2 meeting with Supervisor Hemmingsen and the National Parks, attending a tour of the Open Door Health Community Center, met with Cal-Trans for update on Highways 199 and 197, attending a Latino Business luncheon at the Lighthouse Inn with the Mexican consulate, attending a Tri-Agency meeting, and commented that the next Ad-Hoc Committee meeting on Solid Wasted is to be held on April 22 from 3-5 P.M.

Supervisor McNamer reported on attending a CMSP meeting in Sacramento, meeting with one of her constituents regarding Solid Waste, attending the Habitat for Humanity key ceremony and commended Roger White on his efforts, volunteering with Jeannine Galatioto, with the Wonder Bus and the nutrition network, to go out to deliver the Sacks of Snacks for children and commented that 300 children in 6 locations were served, attending an IGRC where the following items were discussed:  the City's sewer treatment plant, the Membrane Bio-degrader Reactor, the Fairgrounds theme for this year's fair which is Cowboy Boots and Country Roots, and the freezing of the Florence Keller Ropes Course funding. 

Supervisor McClure reported on attending a Juvenile Justice Commission meeting regarding annual report which focuses on foster care, attending a Solid Waste Ad-Hoc Committee meeting, housed the Mexican Consulate and commented on a program regarding First 5 and Spanish speaking citizens in Del Norte County, traveled to San Francisco and came back with a few hundred children's books in Spanish for First 5, commented on the re-release of Dark Disaster, attending the annual dinner of the Smith River Alliance, re-requested that a letter of support for the Broadband application be sent, attending a meeting with the Local Indian Gaming Committee, attending the Chamber of Commerce's Economic Summit, housed the California Democratic Controller and the California Democratic Vice-President regarding the importance of rural communities, attending opening day for the San Francisco Giants, commented on an upcoming meeting on the 21st for the Marine Life Protection act, and commented on missing Connie Merrill's retirement.

Supervisor Finigan reported on traveling to Sacramento to meet with the new Chair of the Water Board, attending a Local Transportation Commission meeting, met with Laura Olsen, representative for the California Endowment, attending the Seabreeze Crime-Free multifamily housing dedication which was orchestrated by the City Police, First 5, and the City, attending an Airport JPA meeting, attending a First 5 meeting regarding new programs, attending an Indian Gaming meeting regarding infrastructure, attending a meeting with Megan Miller from Barbara Boxer's office regarding forest service, reorganization, stimulus, transportation, rural roads, Broadband, and the Harbor and dredging; went to San Francisco with Jeannine Galatioto, County Administrative Officer, a member from the Harbor District, and Bill Renfroe from Tri-Agency regarding the Army Corps dredging.

Supervisor Hemmingsen reported on traveling to Eureka to meet with Randy Moore, the new Regional Forester, Tyrone Kelley, and MaryKay Vandiver regarding road management and forest management and invited Randy to come to Del Norte County in May, attending a coordination meeting in Sacramento with County Counsel and many other Counties, attending a 2x2 meeting with the National Parks regarding roads, attending an Airport JPA meeting regarding the actual footprint, attending a Chamber Mixer, attending a meeting with Mayor Kelly Schellong, attending the Chamber of Commerce's Economic Summit, attending the passing of the key for Habitat for Humanity, attending agenda review, attending a Pelican Bay Citizens Advisory Committee meeting, attending a port meeting of the Dungeness Crab Task Force.

 

2.     10:25 A.M.  COMMENT PERIOD:  Members of the public may address the Board on matters which are within the jurisdiction of the Board.  If you are addressing the Board regarding a matter listed on the agenda, you may be asked to hold your comments until the Board takes up that matter.  Please limit your comments to three minutes or less.

Action: Public Comment was heard from Warren Rosenbrim regarding the Solid Waste Ad-Hoc Committee and Richard Miles.

3.     10:30 A.M. Adopt the following Proclamations: Recognizing April 18, 2009 as Junior Miss Day; Proclaiming April 2009 as "Child Abuse Prevention Month ; . AND A Proclamation declaring April, 2009 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.**

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Finigan and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, the Board adopted the following Proclamations recognizing April 18, 2009 as Junior Miss Day, April 2009 as Child Abuse Prevention Month, and April 2009 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Barbara Lopez accepted the Proclamation for Junior Miss and spoke about the upcoming event on Saturday and invited everyone to attend.  Susie Minx accepted the Proclamation for Child Abuse Prevention Month.  Paula Arrowsmith-Jones accepted the Proclamation for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. She also referenced the following upcoming events:  Youth and Family Fair on April 18th, 2009, Jeans for Justice Day on the 22nd, and "Shine the Light on Sexualized Violence" to be held at College of the Redwoods on the 30th of April.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       David Finigan

Second:    Michael Sullivan

 

Vote Yea:       5              Leslie McNamer, Martha McClure, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan, Michael Sullivan     

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

4.     10:40 A.M. Adopt the following Resolutions: A Resolution supporting the Yurok Tribe's 8th Annual Klamath River clean-up; A Resolution Proclaiming the Week of April 20th through April 24th as Employee Recognition Week;

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Finigan and seconded by Supervisor McClure, the Board adopted the following Resolutions supporting the Yurok Tribe's 8th Annual Klamath River clean-up and Proclaiming the Week of April 20th through April 24th as Employee Recognition Week.

Ray Martell accepted the Resolution for the Yurok Tribe's Annual Klamath River clean-up.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       David Finigan

Second:    Martha McClure

 

Vote Yea:       5              David Finigan, Martha McClure, Leslie McNamer, Michael Sullivan, Gerry Hemmingsen

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

5.     10:45 A.M. Conduct a public hearing on the Master Fee Ordinance.  Waive full reading, read by title only and introduce the Master Fee Ordinance as requested by the County Administrative Officer.

Action: This item was continued until the next Board of Supervisor's Meeting due to numerical errors.

6.     10:50 A.M. Waive full reading, read by title only and introduce an Ordinance Amending Chapters 14.08, 14.16, 15.48, 20.06, 20.56, and 21.06 Del Norte County Code Relating to the Regulation of Building Construction and Zoning.**

Action: The published notice for this hearing was scheduled for 11:15 A.M.  The Chair postponed hearing this item until that time.  The Chair opened the Public Hearing.  No Public Comment was given.  The Chair then closed the hearing and brought the matter back to the Board.

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan, and seconded by Supervisor McClure the Board waived full reading, read by title only and introduced an Ordinance Amending Chapters 14.08, 14.16, 15.48, 20.06, 20.56, and 21.06 Del Norte County Code Relating to the Regulation of Building Construction and Zoning.  The ordinance was moved to the next Board of Supervisors meeting for the second reading.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Michael Sullivan

Second:    Martha McClure

 

Vote Yea:       5              Michael Sullivan, Martha McClure, Leslie McNamer, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

7.     11:00 A.M. Presentation by Jeff Bomke, California Parks Department, on the Elk Valley Road National and State  Parks Operations and Maintenance Project.

Action: Jeff Bomke gave a presentation on the Elk Valley Road National and State Parks Operations and Maintenance Project and fielded questions from the Board.

CONSENT AGENDA

Comments from members of the public may be heard at this time regarding matters on the Consent Agenda only.

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Finigan and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board adopted the Consent Agenda (Items 8-23) unanimously.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       David Finigan

Second:    Leslie McNamer

 

Vote Yea:       5              David Finigan, Leslie McNamer, Martha McClure, Michael Sullivan, Gerry Hemmingsen

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

8.     Approve the Minutes from the March 10, 2009 Board of Supervisors meeting.**

Action: Approved

9.     Approve and Adopt a Resolution entitled A Resolution of Intention to Approve an amendment to Contract between the Board of Administration California Public Employees' retirement System and the County of Del Norte as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

Action: Approved

10. Approve and Adopt the revised policies and procedures for the County Cal-Card credit card program as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

Action: Approved

11. Approve funding of the LEADN Awards for 2009 as requested by the District Attorney.**

Action: Approved

12. Accept a donation for the Humane Society of Del Norte for the construction and upgrading of exercising areas for dogs at the county shelter as requested by the Director of Animal Control.**

Action: Approved

13. Approve and authorize the Sheriff to enter into an agreement with the Drug Enforcement Administration to defray the costs related to the eradication and suppression of illicit marijuana as requested by the Sheriff-Coroner.**

Action: Approved

14. Approve and Adopt the following Resolutions as requested by Holly O. Austin, Executive Director of Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness.  (1) A Resolution of the Del Norte County Board of Supervisors Expressing Appreciation and Commendation for the Many Accomplishments of the Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness, and (2) A Resolution of the Del Norte County Board of Supervisors Approving the Application and Authorizing Execution of a Grant Contract with the California Arts Council.

Action: Approved

15. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign a letter in opposition to AB 1409 and SB 694 as requested by the Director of Community Development.**

Action: Approved

16. Approve and Adopt the revised Quality Assurance Program for the use by the Engineering & Surveying Division as requested by the Assistant Engineer.**

Action: Approved

17. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the Resolution for the Federal Exchange and State Match Agreement as well as well as supplements and amendments as requested by the Deputy Director of Community Development.**

Action: Approved

18. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the First Amendment to the Agreement with Northcoast Health Screening for non-dependency drug and alcohol testing services from $33,500.00 to $48,500.00 due to increased need for services, from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

19. Approve and authorize the Chair to sign letter in support SB 152 introduced by Senator Cox relating to County Mental Health managed care MediCal funding as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

Supervisor Finigan asked that the California Association of Counties (CSAC) and the Regional Council for Rural Counties (RCRC) be added to the cc list for this letter and for those written in the future regarding any legislative issues.

20. Approve request for Department of Health and Human Services (DHSS) employee to receive Wireless Device Allowance effective April 14, 2009 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

21. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the Agreement for placement for Del Norte County wards in Northern California Regional Facility New Horizons Program as requested by the Chief Probation Officer.**

Action: Approved

22. Form an ad hoc committee to consider the impact of annexation or reorganization of the Crescent City Harbor Commission.

Action: Approved

Chair Hemmingsen appointed himself and Supervisor Finigan to sit on this committee.

REGULAR ITEMS

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

23. Waive the full reading, read in title only and introduce Ordinance entitled An Ordinance of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Del Norte Authorizing an amendment to the contract between the County of Del Norte and the Board of Administration of the California Public Employees' Retirement System as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

Action: On a motion by Supervisor McNamer and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan the Board waive the full reading, read in title only and introduced Ordinance entitled An Ordinance of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Del Norte authorizing an amendment to the contract between the County of Del Norte and the Board of Administration of the California Public Employees' Retirement System.  The Ordinance was moved to the next Board of Supervisors meeting for the second reading and adoption.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Leslie McNamer

Second:    Michael Sullivan

 

Vote Yea:       5              Leslie McNamer, Michael Sullivan, Martha McClure, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

24. Waive full reading, read by title only and adopt an Ordinance amending the County Code, Chapters 1.60, 2.32,  7.08, 7.09, and 7.28, and adopting Chapter 2.26, to Establish a Hearing Officer for the Purpose of Conducting Administrative Proceedings Relating to the Imposition and Enforcement of Civil Penalties and Other Remedies for Nuisance Abatement.**

Action: Public Comment was heard from Richard Miles.

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor McClure, the Board waived full second reading, read by title only and adopted an Ordinance amending the County Code, Chapters 1.60, 2.32,  7.08, 7.09, and 7.28, and adopting Chapter 2.26, to Establish a Hearing Officer for the Purpose of Conducting Administrative Proceedings Relating to the Imposition and Enforcement of Civil Penalties and Other Remedies for Nuisance Abatement.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Michael Sullivan

Second:    Martha McClure

 

Vote Yea:       5              Michael Sullivan, Martha McClure, Leslie McNamer, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

25. Approve the Subrecipient Agreements with Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority to implement portions of the County's 2007 Economic Development Allocation Community Development Block Grant and authorize the County Administrative Officer to execute Subrecipient Agreements and all other necessary documents associated with the agreement as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Finigan and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, the Board approved the Subrecipient Agreements with Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority to implement portions of the County's 2007 Economic Development Allocation Community Development Block Grant and authorized the County Administrative Officer to execute Subrecipient Agreements and all other necessary documents associated with the agreement.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       David Finigan

Second:    Michael Sullivan

 

Vote Yea:       5              David Finigan, Michael Sullivan, Leslie McNamer, Martha McClure, Gerry Hemmingsen

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

26. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the revised plans for the Washington Boulevard at Summer Lane Traffic Light Project as requested by the County Engineer.**

Action: Art Reeve, County Engineer and Ernie Perry, Director of Community Development, spoke on this issue.

Supervisor Finigan brought up the issue of the roundabout at Washington and Parkway and 101 and the potential problems that this traffic light will pose and asks that the roundabout be expedited.

Supervisor McClure referenced another problem on Harold and Washington in which there is no left turn lane.  Ernie Perry answered this by saying that this problem will be fixed and a striping plan will be presented at the next Board meeting.

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board approved and authorized the Chair to sign the revised plans for the Washington Boulevard at Summer Lane Traffic Light Project.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Michael Sullivan

Second:    Martha McClure

 

Vote Yea:       5              Michael Sullivan, Martha McClure, Leslie McNamer, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

27. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the revised plan for the Childs Avenue and Modoc Street Intersection plan as requested by the County engineer.**

Action: Public Comment was heard from Marshall Jones, one of the developers from the project.

On a motion by Supervisor McClure and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board approved and authorized the Chair to sign the revised plan for the Childs Avenue and Modoc Street Intersection plan.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Martha McClure

Second:    Leslie McNamer

 

Vote Yea:       5              Martha McClure, Leslie McNamer, Michael Sullivan, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

28. Waive full reading, read by title only and introduce an Ordinance amending Chapters 10.12 and adopt Chapter 10.14 of the Del Norte County Code and adopt the attached Resolution establishing various parking regulations governing, violations, citations, and fines as requested by the Director of Community Development.**

Action: On a motion by Supervisor McClure and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan the Board waived the  full reading, read by title only and introduced an Ordinance amending Chapters 10.12 and adopting Chapter 10.14 of the Del Norte County Code and adopted the attached Resolution establishing various parking regulations governing, violations, citations, and fines.  The Ordinance was moved to the next Board of Supervisors meeting for a second reading and adoption.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Martha McClure

Second:    Michael Sullivan

 

Vote Yea:       5              Martha McClure, Michael Sullivan, Leslie McNamer, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

BUDGET TRANSFERS:

Action: ALL BUDGET TRANSFERS WERE TAKEN AS ONE ITEM.

On a motion by Supervisor Finigan and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, the Board approved Budget Transfers (04-01) and (04-02).

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       David Finigan

Second:    Michael Sullivan

 

Vote Yea:       5              David Finigan, Michael Sullivan, Leslie McNamer, Martha McClure, Gerry Hemmingsen

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

29. Approve a Budget Transfer (04-01) within the Grants Administration budget in the amount of $180,500.00 as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

Action: Approved

30. Approve a Budget Transfer (04-02) within the Probation Department in the amount of $90,757.00 as requested by the Interim-Chief Probation Officer.**

Action: Approved

LEGISLATIVE AND BUDGET ISSUES:

31. Consider miscellaneous legislative and budget matters pertinent to the County of Del Norte.  Authorize the Chair to sign and send appropriate letters with respect to matters pending before the state or federal governments.

Action: Jeannine Galatioto, County Administrative Officer referenced an upcoming conference call regarding Broadband.

32. Discuss SB730, SB152, SB467, and any other pertinent legislative bills and take action as necessary.

Action: There was no discussion on SB730.

SB152 had already been referenced and voted on in the Consent Agenda.

Supervisor Sullivan requested that a letter of support be sent for SB467.

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan, and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board approved unanimously to send a letter of support for SB467.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Michael Sullivan

Second:    Leslie McNamer

 

Vote Yea:       5              Michael Sullivan, Leslie McNamer, Martha McClure, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

33. Discuss and take possible action regarding upcoming Budget Hearings.

Action: Jeannine Galatioto requested that Budget Workshops, not Budget Hearings, be scheduled for the next Board of Supervisors meeting on April 28, 2009 at 2:00 P.M.  The Board approved this request.

34. Consider support of SB 467 as requested by Supervisor Sullivan.

Action: This matter was already addressed in item #32.

CAPITAL PROJECTS:

35. A Written Capital Project Update is given. Informational Only.**

Action: Jay Sarina, Assistant County Administrative Officer, gave an overview of the various projects that are being worked on.

ADJOURNMENT

Action: The Board adjourned at 11:58 A.M.

 

 

 

Jeremi Ruiz, Clerk of the Board

County of Del Norte, State of California              Date Posted:  June 11, 2010

 

 

THE AGENDA AND ACTION SUMMARY ARE AVAILABLE ON THE COUNTY WEBSITE: www.co.del-norte.ca.us