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STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SIERRA
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING

Lee Adams, District 1

P.O. Box 1 - Downieville, CA 95936 - 530-289-3506 - supervisor1@sierracounty.ca.gov
Peter W. Huebner, District 2
P.O. Box 349 - Sierra City, CA 96125 - 530-565-6055 - phuebner@sierracounty.ca.gov
Paul Roen, Chair, District 3
P.O. Box 43 - Calpine, CA 96124 - 530-565-6048 - supervisor3@sierracounty.ca.gov
Jim Beard, Vice-Chair, District 4
P.O. Box 1140 - Loyalton, CA 96118 - 530-565-6092 -jbeard@sierracounty.ca.gov
Sharon Dryden, District 5

P.O. Box 246 - Loyalton, CA 96118 - 530-993-4048 - sdryden@sierracounty.ca.gov


The Sierra County Board of Supervisors will meet in regular session commencing at 9:00 a.m. on July 23, 2019 in the Loyalton Social Hall, Loyalton City Park, Loyalton, CA. This meeting will be recorded for posting on the Board of Supervisors' website at www.sierracounty.ca.gov.

NOTICE

If requested, this agenda can be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with a disability, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Federal Rules and Regulations adopted in implementation thereof.  Persons seeking an alternative format should contact the Clerk of the Board for further information.  In addition, a person with a disability who requires a modification or accommodation, in order to participate in a public meeting should telephone or otherwise contact the Clerk of the Board as soon as possible and at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.  The Clerk of the Board may be reached at 530-289-3295 or at the following addresses:

Heather Foster
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
County of Sierra
100 Courthouse Square, Room 11
P.O. Drawer D
Downieville, CA 95936
 
clerk-recorder@sierracounty.ca.gov

All items posted on the agenda, including under correspondence, may be acted upon by the Board of Supervisors.  However, matters under committee reports and department manager's reports may be briefly addressed by the Board or Staff but no action or discussion shall be undertaken on any item not appearing on the posted agenda. (GC 54954.2)

The Board of Supervisors may hold a Closed Session as the agenda schedule permits.


REGULAR AGENDA

1.
9:00A.M.

STANDING ORDERS

  • Call to Order
  • Pledge of Allegiance
  • Roll Call
  • Approval of Consent Agenda, Regular Agenda and Correspondence to be addressed by the Board
2.

PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTUNITY

Matters under the jurisdiction of the Board not on this posted agenda may be addressed by the general public during the Public Comment Opportunity time. No action may be taken or substantive discussion pursued on matters not on the posted agenda. Public comment is regulated by the Sierra County Board of Supervisors' Rules and Procedures. You may obtain a copy of the Public Comment rules from the Clerk. The Board limits public comment to three minutes per person and not more than three individuals addressing the same subject.
3.

COMMITTEE REPORTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Board members will report on committee meetings and/or activities. Board members or members of the public may ask questions for clarification but no action will be taken.

4.

DEPARTMENT MANAGERS' REPORTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Department Managers may provide brief reports on activities within their departments. Board members or members of the public may ask questions for clarification but no action will be taken.
5.

FOREST SERVICE UPDATE

Update by District Ranger on items that may affect the County of Sierra.
6.

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH - Lea Salas


6.A.

Resolution authorizing the acceptance of the County Noncompetitive Allocation Award under the No Place Like Home Program.


Documents:
  1. NPLH Board.pdf
7.

HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES - Vickie Clark


7.A.

Discussion regarding Sierra County's continued participation in Golden State Finance Authority (GSFA) housing programs.


Documents:
  1. GSFA Board.pdf
8.

AUDITOR / TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR - Van Maddox


8.A.

Discussion/possible adoption of a resolution memorializing what expenses can be charged to the Grand Jury budget.


Documents:
  1. GJ Expenses.pdf
9.

PUBLIC WORKS/TRANSPORTATION - Tim Beals


9.A.

Resolution commemorating Sierraville School’s placement on the National Historic Register.

10.

OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES (OES) -Tim Beals


10.A.

Discussion regarding emergency services and authorization to expend up to $2,000 from Emergency Services Budget for promotion of the CodeRED Emergency Notification System.

Documents:
  1. CodeRED.ROP.pdf
11.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS


11.A.

Update/discussion regarding the status of the Loyalton Mobile Home Park. (CLERK OF THE BOARD)


Documents:
  1. LMHP.pdf
11.B.

Continued discussion/action with respect to the closure of the Downieville branch of Wells Fargo Bank. (SUPERVISOR ADAMS)


11.C.

Request to appoint an Ad Hoc Committee to work with Plumas County on the Plumas-Sierra County Library Agreement. (CLERK OF THE BOARD)


12.

COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND COUNTY SERVICE AREAS JOINT MEETING

Board of Supervisors to convene as Board of Directors for County Service Area (CSA) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 4A5A (Sierra Brooks Water) and to hold joint meetings as both the County Board of Supervisors and the CSA Board of Directors.
12.A.

Minutes from the County Service Area Board of Directors meeting held on June 18, 2019. (CLERK OF THE BOARD)


12.B.

Review of options, direction to staff including possible adoption of resolution awarding public works contract for the Sierra Brooks Water System Phase 2 Project as well as possible amendment to USDA Letter of Conditions.


13.

TIMED ITEMS


13.A.
10:00AM

HILL AND POTTER RANCH AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION EASEMENT PROJECTS

Resolution supporting the proposed easements supported by the California Department of Conservation's Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation Program for the Hill and Potter Ranch Agricultural Conservation Easement projects.
13.B.
10:30AM

PUBLIC HEARING - UNDERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT

Conduct public hearing regarding formation of a underground utility district as part of the proposed Sierra City Main Street Improvement Project, and adoption of a resolution forming the Sierra City Main Street Underground Utility District.
Documents:
  1. Rule 20A.Item.pdf
13.C.
11:00AM

NORTH YUBA FOREST WATERSHED RESTORATION PARTNERSHIP

Discussion/action regarding Memorandum of Understanding by and among the Nature Conservancy, South Yuba River Citizens League, Yuba Water Agency, National Forest Foundation, Blue Forest Conservation, Camptonville Community Partnership and the USDA, Forest Service, Tahoe National Forest regarding the North Yuba Watershed Restoration Partnership.  (CHAIR ROEN)
14.

CONSENT AGENDA

Items placed on the Consent Agenda are of a routine and non-controversial nature and are approved by a blanket roll call vote. At the time the Consent Agenda is considered, items may be deleted from the Consent Agenda by any Board member or Department Manager and added to the Regular Agenda directed by the Chairman.
14.A.

Professional services agreement between Placer County Department of Health & Human Services and Sierra County for Locked Acute Inpatient and Outpatient Mental Health Services and Technical Guidance. (BEHAVIORAL HEALTH)


Documents:
  1. Placer Board.pdf
14.B.

Rescind Agreement 2019-073 and approve professional services agreement between Granite Wellness Centers and Sierra County for substance use disorder services. (BEHAVIORAL HEALTH)


14.C.

Resolution/Findings authorizing appointment of Retired Annuitant to a temporary position. (BEHAVIORAL HEALTH)


14.D.

Amendment to Agreement 2019-057 between Clean & Sober Recovery Services, Inc. and the County of Sierra to include recovery home services. (BEHAVIORAL HEALTH)


14.E.

Approval to hire a Behavioral Health Associate at a 60% Full Time Equivalent (FTE). (BEHAVIORAL HEALTH)


14.F.

2019 Medi-Cal Privacy and Security Agreement (PSA) between Department of Health Services and Sierra County. (SOCIAL SERVICES)


14.G.

Resolution authorizing increase in payment limit amounts established by Ordinance 993 specific to payments for solid waste tipping fees to Intermountain Disposal. (PUBLIC WORKS)


14.H.

Authorize payment of invoice 196982 to Intermountain Disposal for tipping fees for waste that has been diverted to Delleker Transfer Station. (PUBLIC WORKS)

Documents:
  1. IMD ROP.pdf
14.I.

Resolution extending the date to file an inventory oath from July 10th of each year to July 31st of each year. (AUDITOR)


14.J.

Minutes from the regular meeting held on June 4, 2019. (CLERK-RECORDER)


15.

CORRESPONDENCE LOG

15.A.

Application for Alcoholic Beverage License submitted by Boomtown Lounge.

15.B.

Letter of resignation from Gretchen Selfridge for the Cemetery District No. 5.

ADJOURN