Exciting meeting. A lot of consent items (30!) and four regular items. In the staff announcements, John Osborne discusses the fire status.
If you’ve ever wondered why the Agenda items sometimes start down the list, it’s because we only list the public agenda items. If you go back to the County’s links for the meetings, you can see any items discussed in the private session (things that legally can’t be discussed in a public meeting). There are also links for the background materials that were made available to the Supervisors to study before the meeting. We also include a link to the video so that you can watch the full meeting.bos-meeting-notes-07-12-2022
• Lisa Medina, Director of Environmental Management Agency – Animal Services had an eventful week. Want to thank OES for communicating information regarding animal evacuation and Hold Your Horses in assisting with evacuations. Thanked OES for coordinating with getting crews here for assistance. Thank you to Laurie at Calaveras County Fairgrounds for assistance in housing the animals. Dr. Jenny in assisting an injured donkey. Thanked the East Bay and San Francisco SPCA for helping with the evacuation of animals. Thanked her staff for all their assistance in making sure the animals were well cared for and provided housing.
• John Osborne – Director of OES – fire update – Electra incident started on July 4, 2022. As of 7 a.m. today, the size of the fire is 4,078 acres, with 97% containment. Containment is expected on July 16, 2022. No injuries and no structures were damaged. Fire management will be transitioned back to Amador and El Dorado County. Evacuation orders have been reduced to warning. Visit the Calaveras County Information Center for the latest information.
• Want to thank Incident Management Team 3 from Cal Fire, they have done outstanding work in managing a complex incident in two counties and two different cal fire units and regions. Thanked our local fire districts, CCOE, Sheriff’s office, Animal Service, Fairgrounds, American Red Cross, Spence Ranch, Hold Your Horses, Laughton Ranch, our own admin team was supportive as well as Public Works, IWM, CHP, HHSA, IT, Zone Haven, Probation Department, CCWD, PG&E, Utica Water & Power, Cal OES, BOS and acting CAO. We couldn’t have gotten the animal situation done without our partners’ helping.
• Supervisor Garamendi – we were in such a better place than we were in the Butte Fire. Everyone did a great job and worked with our collaborating partners in such a great way. The success of the firefighters and all our partners worked so well. I thank OES, the staff and all our collaborates who worked so well together.
General Public Comment
5. Minutes of Board of Supervisors – Regular Meeting – Jun 14, 2022 9:00 AM
6. Minutes of Board of Supervisors – Regular Meeting – Jun 21, 2022 8:00 AM
7. Minutes of Board of Supervisors – Special Meeting – Jul 6, 2022 2:00 PM
8. Agreement – Administrative Office (ID # 6778) Authorize the Board Chair to execute an Agreement with O’Connell & Dempsey, LLC to provide Federal Advocacy for the period of July 10, 2022, through July 9, 2023, in the amount not to exceed $76,000.
9. Agreement – Administrative Office (ID # 6782) Authorize the Board Chair to execute the funding agreement associated with the First Amendment to the Interlocal Agreement with the University of California Cooperative Extension approved on September 2, 2021, in the amount of $157,597 for UCCE programs and services on the Government Center campus for a period of July 1, 2022 through July 1, 2023.
10. Action Item – Code Compliance (ID # 6772) Authorize County abatement an assessment lien for the recovery of costs of the abatement pursuant to a Citation issued to “Sparks Lloyd A & Dianne J Trustee c/o Sparks Randy” in case number CE22-0106, related to the property located at 8360 W Center St., Mokelumne Hill, APN 018-006-007.
11. Resolution – Clerk of the Board of Supervisors (ID # 6687) Adopt a resolution finding that the COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency continues to present imminent risks to the health or safety of attendees without a teleconference participation option.
12. Action Item – Elections (ID # 6800) Appointment of Applicants to the Copper Cove Rocky Road Community Services District Pursuant to Government Code Section 1780.
13. Resolution – Elections (ID # 6785) Adopt a Resolution declaring the results of the canvass for the June 7th, 2022 California Statewide Direct Primary Election.
14. Resolution – Elections (ID # 6792) Adopt a Resolution ordering a special election, allowing Calaveras Unified School District, Circle XX Community Services District, and Middle River Community Services District to submit three separate measures to the voters of said districts for approval and to consolidate with the November 8, 2022 General Election.
15. Resolution – Elections (ID # 6793) Adopt a resolution authorizing the consolidation of special district elections with the General Election to be held on November 8, 2022, pursuant to Election Code sections 10002, 10004, and 10401.
16. Agreement – Health and Human Services Agency (ID # 6767) Authorize the Board Chair to sign an Agreement with Jolie Chain for the provision of after-hours psychiatric evaluation and crisis intervention services for the period of July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023, in an amount not to exceed $70,000.
17. Resolution – Health and Human Services Agency (ID # 6761) Authorize 1) the Board Chair to sign Amendment 01 to Agreement Number 20-10172 to allow the Health and Human Services Agency to provide Drug Medi-Cal services for substance abuse treatment with the California Department of Health Care Services for the period of July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2023, resulting in increased revenue of up to $1,545,150 and 2) the Director of the Health and Human Services Agency to sign subsequent amendment(s), if any, so long as it does not result in an increase of revenue under this agreement.
18. Resolution – Public Health Services (ID # 6763) Adopt a Resolution authorizing the Director of Health and Human Services to execute the third (3rd) amendment to grant agreement no. 17- 10311 with the California Department of Public Health-California Immunization Program increased revenue from $214,421 to $1,501,679 for the period July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2022.
19. Ordinance – Human Resources (ID # 6759) Approve an Ordinance adopting a salary increase for the Coroner/Public Administrator.
20. Resolution – Human Resources (ID # 6774) Adopt a Resolution approving the
Settlement Agreement and Side Letter with Service Employee International Union (SEIU), Local 1021, to resolve PERB Case No. SA-CE-1180-M.
21. Action Item – Public Works (ID # 6722) Direct the County Purchasing Agent to issue Blanket Purchase Orders for Brannon Tires in an amount not to exceed $50,000; Foothill Materials in an amount not to exceed $50,000; Eastburn, LLC in an amount not to exceed $75,000; Calaveras Materials in an amount not to exceed $125,000; Valley Pacific Petroleum in an amount not to exceed $150,000; HOLT of California in an amount not to exceed $225,000; Hunt and Sons in an amount not to exceed $300,000; and George Reed, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $500,000 for the period of July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023.
22. Agreement – Public Works (ID # 6730) Authorize the Board Chair to execute an Agreement for Hauling Services with Sutton Enterprises, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $250,000 for the period of July 1, 2022, through June 20, 2024.
23. Action Item – Public Works (ID # 6770) 1) Adopt the plans and specifications for
construction of the 2021-22 Paving Program – Murphys Roads Project; and, 2) Authorize the Director of Public Works to incorporate any final changes into the bid documents before advertising for bids; and 3) Authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit formal construction bids.
24. Resolution – Public Works (ID # 6776) Rescind Resolution No. 20210427r043 which Adopted Traffic Order No. 325 establishing “No Parking” zones and “Fire Lanes” on Parrotts Ferry Road, Road No. 35.
25. Resolution – Public Works (ID # 6777) Adopt a Resolution approving Traffic Order No. 330 establishing “No Parking” zones on O’Byrnes Ferry Road, Road No. 48 and finding the project categorically exempt from CEQA.
26. Resolution – Public Works (ID # 6775) Adopt a Resolution approving Traffic Order No. 329 establishing four “No Stopping/Fire Lanes” on Parrotts Ferry Road, Road No. 35 and finding the project categorically exempt from CEQA.
27. Action Item – Integrated Waste Management (ID # 6783) Approve a Board letter to Gambi Disposal, Inc. consenting that a proposed transfer of 50% of Gambi Disposal Inc. stock from Jerry Rocca to Phil Giambastiani will not require any changes to the County’s contract with the company.
28. Resolution – OES (ID # 6751) Adopt a Resolution continuing a Local State of Emergency for the COVID-19 outbreak.
29. Resolution – OES (ID # 6752) Adopt a Resolution reaffirming the Director of Emergency Services’ Proclamation of a Local State of Emergency for the winter storm damage from extreme weather events that began on or around February 12, 2019.
30. Resolution – OES (ID # 6753) Adopt a Resolution continuing the Local State of Emergency for the Butte Fire.
31. Resolution – OES (ID # 6754) Adopt a Resolution continuing a Local State of Emergency for the removal of hazardous trees caused by the Butte Fire with the imminent threat of severe winter weather.
32. Resolution – OES (ID # 6755) Adopt a Resolution continuing a Local State of Emergency for the winter storm damage from extreme weather events that began on January 7, 2017 through the month of February 2017.
33. Resolution – OES (ID # 6756) Adopt a Resolution continuing a Local State of Emergency on Tree Mortality.
34. Resolution – OES (ID # 6757) Adopt a Resolution Re-Affirming the Director of Emergency Services’ Proclamation of a Local State of Emergency Due to the Extreme Weather of January 2021.
35. Resolution – OES (ID # 6758) Adopt a Resolution re-affirming the Director of Emergency Services’ Proclamation of a Local State of Emergency for the winter storm damage from extreme weather events that began on or around December 23, 2021.
Public Comment • None
Motion to approve consent agenda items 5 – 35 – Passed – 5-0.
36. Action Item – Sheriff (ID # 6771) 1) Receive presentation on Alert FM, a system leveraging FM radio and satellite for emergency alerting to help fill emergency notification gaps; and 2) Provide direction regarding possible implementation of the allhazard Alert FM radio with satellite redundancy for emergency notification alerting.
• Rick DiBasilio – Sheriff – Presented PowerPoint presentation. Please review for detailed information and discussion.
Public Comment • None
Informational item only.
37. Action Item – Sheriff (ID # 6683) Following a public hearing, introduce, waive first reading, and authorize summary publication of an uncodified Ordinance adopting the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office Military Equipment Use Policy in accordance with AB 481 to ensure the continuity of use of equipment that is vital to the safety of citizens and law enforcement officers of Calaveras County.
• Rick DiBasilio – Sheriff – turned it over to Lt. Eberhard
• Anthony Eberhard – Lieutenant – last year Governor Newsom signed into law AB 481; is to
provide a public forum to be allowed to use military equipment – CCSO uses less than lethal;
such items as drones. Asking to adopt policy.
Please review for discussion.
Public Comment • None
Motion to approve action item – Passed – 5-0.
38. Informational Item – Administrative Office (ID # 6745) Receive a report out from Supervisor Tofanelli regarding the Mountain Valley Emergency Medical Services (MVEMS) Agency.
• Supervisor Tofanelli – update on MVEMS – Alpine, Amador, Mariposa, Calaveras. Stanislaus
County pulled out effective June 30, 2022. MOU was signed with Stanislaus County regarding cost associated with them pulling out of JPA and what it means to remaining four counties. Stanislaus County agreed to pay for existing office space through July 2022, cost is about $6,725 a month. We are moving to a facility in Copper at Lake Tulloch Plaza and the cost will be $1,275 per month.Should be in Copperopolis by August 1, 2022.
Please review for additional information.
Public Comment • None
Informational item only.
39. Action Item – Clerk of the Board of Supervisors (ID # 6764) Appointment of applicants to serve on various Committees, Commissions, Advisory Boards and County Service Areas.
• Supervisor Stopper – regardomg the hardwood advisory committee, Nate Burnell would be a great addition. Solid Waste Task Force – we have an option position for each three. Happy to
support all applications submitted.
• Supervisor Garamendi – resource conservation committee – usually comes with a recommendation from their board, did they punt it to us. Sarah Edwards – one vacancy with two applications. Not aware of a recommendation, BOS can defer that item.
• Chair Folendorf – would request we approve everyone else and delay RCD for recommendation or comments.
Motion to approve all appointments except RCD – Passed – 5-0.
• Chair Folendorf – CSD meeting this Thursday for Rocky Road in Copper Road District. Was on panel for UCCE for hiring rep for multi-county planning management.