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 13, 2010

    10:00 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), David L. Elsebusch v. Del Norte, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVCV06-2313; and Coyle v. James Marmon, et al., DN Superior Court Case No. CVPM07-1572; Jones & Jones v. County of Del Norte, et. seq. US District Court, Northern District # cv 08 3222BZ; 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; PSSCWD v. LAFCo, Del Norte Superior Ct., CVPT08-1380; JHP LLC v Japp, Del Norte Superior Ct No. 09-1438; 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.  Pursuant to Gov’t Code 54997, conduct an annual evaluation of the Director of Child Support Services and the Building/Parks Maintenance Superintendent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGULAR SESSION 10:00 A.M.

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

Action: The Chair called the meeting to order at 10:00 A.M. and noted that all were present.

·        The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag led by Supervisor Finigan.

Action: Supervisor Finigan led the Pledge of Allegiance.

·        Introduction of new CHP Lieutenant Commander, David Peterson

Action: David Peterson was introduced to the Board as the new CHP Lieutenant Commander.

·        Introduction of new employees to the Board of Supervisors.

Action: No new employees were introduced.

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

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

Chair Hemmingsen stated no reportable actions during County Counsel's absence.

·        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: Supervisor Sullivan asked that Item #21 be pulled from the Consent Agenda and placed in Item #7.

SCHEDULED ITEMS:

1.     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 spending the morning with his son's second grade class at Mary Peacock, attending a Public Hearing for Area 1 Agency on Aging at the Surf Motel, participating in Action Summary, commented that he turned 40, attending a Del Norte EDC luncheon, attending a Cal Trans meeting regarding 199, attending a Local Transportation Commission meeting, attending a Redwood Coast Transit Meeting, commented on being in Australia for a week, attending the Wild Rivers mixer in Smith River at Howenquet hall, attending the Chamber Economic Summit where he gave a presentation on 199 and commented on the Borges family dairy, attending a meeting with Laura Olsen from Cal Endowment and Geneva Wiki to look at the park in Hiouchi, attending a Tri agency meeting, commented on being a guest speaker at Republican Women's Luncheon, commented on having several conversation with Ruth Coleman regarding duck hunting issue, commented on having several conversations with Senator Aanestad and Assemblymember Chesbro regarding SB1130, attending a RAC meeting with the Forest Service at the School District, attending a school board meeting regarding castle rock and charter schools, attending an LTCo meeting, attending the City Town Hall Meeting, commented on the use of beach front park, spoke about constituent complaints on south fork road and commented on an upcoming law enforcement meeting.

Supervisor McNamer reported on attending a CMSP meeting in Sacramento regarding C4 program, meeting with Kevin Hamblin, Heidi Kunstal, and County Counsel regarding a new ordinance, participating in agenda review for the Solid Waste Management Authority, commented on fielding calls from constituents, and helping with Junior Miss.

Supervisor McClure reported on attending a RAC meeting, attending a Redwood Park Association Board meeting, commented on being asked to become a member of the Senior Board, meeting with Assemblymember Chesbro, commented on working with Community Development on the Building Ordinance issues regarding sidewalks, commented on the issues with Physician Retention.

Supervisor Finigan reported on meeting with CSAC regarding the Forest Services, the Water Board and AB 885, as well as AB32, AB 2301, the implementation of the Federal Health Reform in 2018, attending a  CSAC Board meeting, meeting with Assemblymember Chesbro and gave him a tour of the Family Resource Center , attending a reception for Assemblyman Chesbro, meeting with the new Chief of Cal-Fire, attending a Tri-Agency meeting, attending an Airport JPA meeting regarding the Coastal Commission and commented that they have arrived with a preferred alternative, participated as a guest evaluator at the Klamath River early college at the FRC, and attending a Tri-Agency workshop with Bill Renfroe.

Supervisor Hemmingsen reported on attending a meeting with Wes Chesbro and John Woolley, attending a Border Coast Regional Airport Authority meeting, commented that the Forest Service is planning on changing their rules and so he and County Counsel traveled Redding for the Region 5 Planning Rule meeting, participating in Agenda Review, attending a LTCo meeting, attending the Town Hall meeting, attending several meetings with fisherman regarding salmon disaster relief money and their concerns, attending the services for Leslie Richards, and reminded constituents to fill out their census.

 

 

2.     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 given by Tim Marshall from the Federal Highway Administration, Chuck Blackburn, and Jerry Cochran, and Grant Wershkull regarding South Fork Road.

3.     10:20 A.M. Approve and receive a Resolution honoring Jeannine Galatioto, Retiring County Administrative Officer.**   Document

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor Finigan, the Board approved and received a Resolution honoring Jeannine Galatioto, Retiring County Administrative Officer.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Michael Sullivan

Second:    David Finigan

 

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

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

4.     10:25 A.M. Approve and authorize the following: A RESOLUTION DECLARING MAY AS FOSTER CARE MONTH and a PROCLAMATION DECLARING APRIL AS SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH.   Document

Action: On a motion by Supervisor McClure and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, the Board approved A RESOLUTION DECLARING MAY AS FOSTER CARE MONTH and a PROCLAMATION DECLARING APRIL AS SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH.

Presentations were made by Karen Sullivan and a representative from the North Coast Rape Crisis Team.

 

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

5.     10:35 Receive a presentation from the California State Association of Counties.   Document

Action: A presentation was given by Cara Martinson, Legislative Analyst for CSAC, with an overview of Programs and Services.

6.     10:50 Conduct a Public Hearing on an appeal of the Planning Commission's denial of an Amendment to the Pebble Beach Drive Coastal Grading Permit as requested by the Planner.**   Document

Action: Randy Hooper, Planner, presented this item.

Public Comment was given by Ron Van Nord and Richard Wiens.

The Engineer for this project spoke about the potential danger if a guardrail was not installed.

On a motion by Supervisor McClure and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board conducted a Public Hearing on an appeal of the Planning Commission's denial of an Amendment to the Pebble Beach Drive  and accepted the appeal, thereby rejecting the Planning Commission's denial of the amendment to GP 2008-81C and directed staff to replace the temporarily placed boulders with a guardrail. Staff was also directed to meet with the residents that this action affects.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Martha McClure

Second:    Leslie McNamer

 

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

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

7.     11:00 A.M. Presentation by Shaunna McCovey and John Corbett from the Yurok Tribe.   Document

Action: Shaunna McCovey and John Corbett gave a presentation regarding the Hoopa-Yurok Settlement Act of 1988 and asked for support from the Board of Supervisors.

It was proposed that the Board members conduct a workshop with the Yurok Tribe and for the matter to be brought back before the Board at the next meeting.

CONSENT AGENDA

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

Action: Supervisor Sullivan pulled Item #21 off the Consent Agenda.

On a motion by Supervisor Finigan and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board approved the Consent Agenda (Items 8-20 and 22 through 24)

 

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 and authorize the Sheriff-Coroner to sign the modification to our Controlled Substance Operations Agreement with the United States Forest Service for law enforcement for the fiscal year starting October 1, 2009 and ending September 30, 2010 as requested by the Sheriff-Coroner.**   Document

Action: Approved

9.     Approve amendment #2 to contract #C08.051 between the California Department of Corrections, Parole Division and the Del Norte County Sheriff's Department to operate a substance abuse treatment center for state parole violators which will increase the agreement by $196,004.50 as requested by the Sheriff-Coroner.**   Document

Action: Approved

10. Approve the Sheriff's Department Search & Rescue acquisition of a Volvo bus to replace the current Search & Rescue 1982 converted Ford School Bus as requested by the Sheriff-Coroner.**   Document

Action: Approved

11. Direct staff to develop an Agreement at the request of the Yurok Tribe, to install microwave equipment on the Flynn Administrative Center for the purpose of providing Internet access in Klamath as requested by the Director of the Department of Information Technology.**   Document

Action: Approved

12. Approval of a Resolution authorizing the County Agricultural Commissioner to sign an Agreement with the California Department of Food and Agriculture for Weighmaster and Petroleum inspections as requested by the Agricultural Commissioner.**   Document

Action: Approved

13. Approval of a Resolution authorizing the County Agricultural Commissioner to sign an Agreement with the California Department of Pesticide Regulation for data entry of monthly pesticide usage information as requested by the Agricultural Commissioner.**   Document

Action: Approved

14. Approve and authorize the Chair to sign letters supporting SB 1084 to create a two-year, bipartisan task force to reduce poverty, and increase economic security among Californians 50% by 2020 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**   Document

Action: Approved

15. Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the Partner Agreement with Community Assistance Network for the Del Norte Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program for the period September 30, 2009 through September 30, 2012, not to exceed $51,930 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**   Document

Action: Approved

16. Approve and authorize the Chair to sign letters supporting AB 1758 establishing permanent wraparound program services for children in foster care as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services and the Chief Probation Officer.**   Document

Action: Approved

17. Approve and authorize the Chair to sign letters supporting SB 654 enabling former foster youth placed with non-related legal guardians established through the juvenile dependency court to access Independent Living Program services as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**   Document

Action: Approved

18. Direct the Department of Health and Human Services, Mental Health Branch to pursue a new facility lease for the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Service Center as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**   Document

Action: Approved

19. Approve and authorize the Chair to sign letters strongly opposing the Governor's budget proposal to divert Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Funds to the State General Fund as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**   Document

Action: Approved

20. Authorize the Airport Director to sign the attached applications for the amendment to the existing Passenger Facility Charge Application No. 07-03-C-00-CEC and for the new Passenger Facility Charge Application to be submitted for processing and approval by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as requested by the Airport Director.**   Document

Action: Approved

21. Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a letter regarding legislation under the Hoopa-Yurok Settlement Act of 1988 on behalf of the Yurok Tribe.**   Document

Action: This Item was pulled off the Consent Agenda and placed on Item #7.

22. Approve and authorize the District Attorney to sign for additional funding of $25,000.00 within the District Attorney's Office CHAT Grant Budget as requested by the County District Attorney.**   Document

Action: Approved

23. Authorize the Chair to sign the Assignment of Contract assigning the contractual duties of Dr. James Holmes, MD to Dr. Ellen Dar, MD as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**   Document

Action: Approved

24. Authorize the Del Norte Unified School District to issue a Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note and adopt the attached Resolution.**   

Action: Approved

REGULAR ITEMS

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

25. Consider the introduction (first reading) of an Ordinance adding Subchapter 14.30 to Chapter 14 of the County Code relating to the implementation of a policy for providing a preference for small businesses in awarding bids for public contracts and set the Ordinance onto the April 27, 2010 Board of Supervisors' agenda for a second reading for consideration of adoption of the Ordinance as requested by County Counsel.**   Document

Action: Supervisor McClure asked that a definition of micro business be included as well as a method for certification.

Supervisor Sullivan asked that there be an indexing of inflation added as well.

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor McClure, the Board considered the introduction (first reading) of an Ordinance adding Subchapter 14.30 to Chapter 14 of the County Code relating to the implementation of a policy for providing a preference for small businesses in awarding bids for public contracts and set the Ordinance onto the April 27, 2010 Board.

 

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

26. Consider the introduction (first reading) of an Ordinance adding Chapter 9.20 to Title 9 of the County Code relating to the implementation for a policy for the prohibition of abusive panhandling as requested by Del Norte County Counsel.**   Document

Action: County Counsel brought forth and amended Ordinance that included definitions for the words "elderly" and "disabled".

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor McClure, the Board considered the introduction (first reading) of an Ordinance adding Chapter 9.20 to Title 9 of the County Code relating to the implementation for a policy for the prohibition of abusive panhandling.

27. Consider the introduction (first reading) of an Ordinance adding Subchapter 14.20 to Chapter 14 of the County Code relating to the implementation of a policy for the recruitment of local workers by contractors who receive county public works contracts.**   Document

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Finigan and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, the Board considered the introduction (first reading) of an Ordinance adding Subchapter 14.20 to Chapter 14 of the County Code relating to the implementation of a policy for the recruitment of local workers by contractors who receive county public works contracts

 

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

28. Consider the adoption of Ordinance No. 2010-002, eliminating the requirement to compensate the general public member of the Environmental Review Committee as requested by the Director of Community Development.**   Document

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board adopted Ordinance No. 2010-002, eliminating the requirement to compensate the general public member of the Environmental Review Committee

 

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

29. Approve the installation of a street light at the intersection of Washington Boulevard, Pebble Beach Drive, and Dale Rupert Road, and authorize staff to negotiate with the Director of the Border Coast Regional Airport Authority to fund its operation as requested by the County Engineer.**   Document

Action: On a motion by Supervisor McNamer and seconded by Supervisor McClure, the Board approved the installation of a street light at the intersection of Washington Boulevard, Pebble Beach Drive, and Dale Rupert Road, and authorize staff to negotiate with the Director of the Border Coast Regional Airport Authority to fund its operation with an amendment to add a 3 way stop as well.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Leslie McNamer

Second:    Martha McClure

 

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

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

30. Confirm the priority of Florence Keller Park and Ruby Van Deventer Park, and consider and take action to add the Bertsch Tract Park Phase 2 acquisition and development to the priority list as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**   Document

Action: Public Comment was given by Mike Marlor.

On a motion by Supervisor Finigan and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, the Board confirmed the priority of Florence Keller Park and Ruby Van Deventer Park, and took action to add the Bertsch Tract Park Phase 2 acquisition and development to the priority list.

 

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

31. Discuss and take possible action regarding the request by the Yurok Tribe to sign the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement and the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement.   Document

Action: A motion was made by Supervisor McClure but there was no second.

The item was not voted on.

Public Comment was given by Matt Mais, Sammy Gensaw, Amber Gensaw, and Crystal Stermburg.

LAND USE:

32. Approve the following recommendations: a) Adopt a Resolution titled A RESOLUTION OF THE DEL NORTE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS RESCINDING RESOLUTION 2009-033, A LOCAL COASTAL PLAN AMENDMENT TO THE CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION FOR CERTIFICATION REVIEW; and 2) Adopt a Resolution titled A RESOLUTION OF THE DEL NORTE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SUBMITTING A LOCAL COASTAL PLAN AMENDMENT (R0705C/GPA0703C Hogberg and R0903C Del Norte County) TO THE CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION FOR CERTIFICATION REVIEW as requested by the Deputy Director of Building and Planning.**   Document

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Finigan, and seconded by Supervisor McClure the Board approved the following recommendations: a) Adopted a Resolution titled A RESOLUTION OF THE DEL NORTE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS RESCINDING RESOLUTION 2009-033, A LOCAL COASTAL PLAN AMENDMENT TO THE CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION FOR CERTIFICATION REVIEW; and 2) Adopted a Resolution titled A RESOLUTION OF THE DEL NORTE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SUBMITTING A LOCAL COASTAL PLAN AMENDMENT (R0705C/GPA0703C Hogberg and R0903C Del Norte County) TO THE CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION FOR CERTIFICATION REVIEW

 

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

33. Approve the County Engineer's recommendations for the following safety improvements on Gasquet Flat Road between the intersection of Firehouse Road and Middle Fork Gasquet Road: a) Paint a double yellow centerline, and 2) Paint fog lines on both sides of the roadway, and 3) Install pavement markers (reflective type D) as requested by the County Engineer.**   Document

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor Finigan, the Board approved the County Engineer's recommendations for the following safety improvements on Gasquet Flat Road between the intersection of Firehouse Road and Middle Fork Gasquet Road: a) Paint a double yellow centerline, and 2) Paint fog lines on both sides of the roadway, and 3) Install pavement markers (reflective type D)

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Michael Sullivan

Second:    David Finigan

 

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

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

34. Approve the Plans and Specification and Contract Documents, for the Lake Earl Drive Rehabilitation Project and authorize staff to advertise for bids as requested by the County Engineer.**   Document

Action: On a motion by Supervisor Finigan and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board approved the Plans and Specification and Contract Documents, for the Lake Earl Drive Rehabilitation Project and authorize staff to advertise for bids.

 

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

BUDGET TRANSFERS:

Action: ALL BUDGET TRANSFERS WERE TAKEN AS ONE ITEM.

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board approved the Budget Transfers.

35. Approve a Budget Transfer (04-01) in the amount of $72,050.00 within the Department of Health and Human Services.   Document

36. Approve a Budget Transfer (04-02) in the amount of $41,063.00 within the Probation Department as requested by the Probation Officer.**   Document

37. Approve a Budget Transfer (04-03) in the amount of $203,123.00 within the JARC budget as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**   Document

LEGISLATIVE AND BUDGET ISSUES:

Action: Supervisor Sullivan asked that a letter of support be written for SB1130.

38. Consider authorizing the Chair to sign a Letter of Mutual Interest for the proposed multi-agency visitor information center at the Crescent City Harbor District   Document

Action: On a motion by Supervisor McNamer and seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, the Board approved unanimously for the Chair to sign a Letter of Mutual Interest for the proposed multi-agency visitor information center at the Crescent City Harbor District.

39. 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: On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor Finigan, the Board approved the Chair to send a letter regarding a Notice of Intent to Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement for the National Forest System Land Management Planning Rule.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Michael Sullivan

Second:    David Finigan

 

Vote Yea:       4              Michael Sullivan, David Finigan, Leslie McNamer, Gerry Hemmingsen         

Vote Nay:       1              Martha McClure

Vote Abstain: 0              None

CAPITAL PROJECTS:

40. A Written Capital Projects Update. Information Only.**   Document

Action: Jay Sarina, County Administrative Officer, gave an overview of the Capital Projects.

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

 

Jeremi Ruiz, Clerk of the Board

County of Del Norte, State of California              Date Posted:  April 16, 2010

 

 

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