Extensive discussion on budgets. Please read the .pdf document or view the video where you can watch the full meeting. Going through the link, you can also access the background materials.
As always, an excellent job Janet!bos-meeting-notes-09-13-2022
• Judy Hawkins – HR & Risk Management Director – We will have an employee health fair on Thursday, September 29. A lot of information on wellness; mental health, behavioral health, public health, IT, elections – to assist to enroll to vote, animal services, medical – Carim – employee can go to an excellent care hospital for surgeries that will be paid for, financial – example is RCRC assist to own program. New program called Hinge – for physical therapy, ability to do PT remotely (via iPad). Lavango – for those with diabetes, Type I and Type II – both applies, and helps employee have access to resources for free. October 6 will have a webinar at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. for employees who cannot attend live. Will have 25 vendors at this event. Have partnered with Mark Twain and will be a very big event.
• High School Internship Program – only had one prior to Covid. Working with Calaveras County High School District. Having a quasi-recruitment event, students will have to interview and apply for internship. Looking for early October. Will provide the date and location once it has been finalized.
• Lisa Medina – Environmental Management Agency Director – 157 rabies vaccines were given last Saturday at our clinic. Next last and free clinic is on Saturday October 8, 9 a.m to noon, at the Government Center, for rabies, vaccines, microchip.
Recognition and Acknowledgments
3. Proclamation – Behavioral Health Services – Mental Health Program (ID # 6863) Proclaim the Month of September 2022 as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month in the County of Calaveras, recognizing the role of promoting awareness and resources around suicide prevention.
• Cori Allen – HHS Director – acknowledges the work and support from our behavioral department. This department is providing a safety net.
• Supervisor Tofanelli read the proclamation.
Motion to approve proclamation – Passed – 5 – 0.
General Public Comment
•Please check the .pdf for comments
4. Minutes of Board of Supervisors – Regular Meeting – Aug 16, 2022 9:00 AM
5. Minutes of Board of Supervisors – Regular Meeting – Aug 23, 2022 8:00 AM
6. Action Item – Administrative Office (ID # 6844) Make public benefit findings and approve Community Organizations (10100140) allocations in the total amount of thirtyone thousand dollars ($31,000.00).
7. Resolution – Auditor/Controller (ID # 6870) Adopt a Resolution Establishing Ad Valorem Property Tax Rates for Fiscal Year 2022-23.
8. Agreement – Behavioral Health Services – Mental Health Program (ID # 6878) Authorize the Board Chair to execute an Agreement with Matthew J. Johnson, LMFT, for the provision of mental health services in the not to exceed amount of $100,000 for the period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023.
9. Action Item – Clerk of the Board of Supervisors (ID # 6887) Temporarily revise the Board of Supervisors assignment to the Rural Counties Representatives of California, designating Supervisor Folendorf as a temporary alternate for the September 14 -16, 2022 RCRC meeting.
10. Action Item – District Attorney (ID # 6874) 1) Approve the DA’s Annual Certification Report for the US Department of Justice annual Equitable Sharing Program for County fiscal years 2019-20, 2020-21, and 2021-22; and 2) Authorize the District Attorney’s Office to electronically submit the reports on behalf of the District Attorney and the Chair of the Board of Supervisors.
11. Action Item – District Attorney (ID # 6877) Approve the FY 2022/23 Cal OES Victim/Witness Assistance Program grant in the amount of $297,056.
12. Action Item – Integrated Waste Management (ID # 6855) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a Blanket Purchase Order for Hunt and Sons in an amount not to exceed $200,000 for fiscal year 2022-23.
13. Resolution – Integrated Waste Management (ID # 6871) Adopt a resolution amending Resolution 91-76 to authorize the Calaveras County Solid Waste Task Force to serve an additional role as a general advisory committee to the Board of Supervisors on matters related to the County’s waste management and recycling infrastructure and programs.
14. Agreement – Public Works (ID # 6872) 1) Award Invitation to Bid 22-1020-02-913 for construction services for the Road Resurfacing and Paving Program – Murphys Roads Project; and 2) Authorize the Board Chair to execute an Agreement with J.V. Lucas Paving, Inc. for construction of the Road Resurfacing and Paving Program – Murphys Roads Project in an amount not to exceed $635,915.70.
• Al Segalla – wants to pull item 10
• Supervisor Stopper and Callaway – wants to pull item 13
Motion to approve consent agenda items 4 – 14, except items 10 and 13 – Passed – 5-0.
• Item 10
Public Comment • None
Motion to approve consent agenda items 10 – Passed – 5-0.
• Item 13
• Lengthy discussion between Supervisors regarding how to move forward. Please check the video and pdf
Motion to approve consent agenda items 13 – Passed – 3-2. (No was Chair Folendorf and
15. Action Item – Clerk of the Board of Supervisors (ID # 6884) Appointment of applicants to serve on various Committees, Commissions, Advisory Boards and County Service Areas.
• Supervisor Stopper – recommendation by Solid Waste Taskforce, I am indifferent on either candidates as I feel they are both knowledgeable in their field.
• Supervisor Callaway – I would like to nominate Peter LaFlazia, Mr. Vacarous does not live in the county and it is a critical position re where we may be going. Mr. LaFlazia works in recycling and very knowledgeable.
Public Comment • None
Motion to approve action item – Passed – 5-0.
16. Action Item – Administrative Office (ID # 6875) Conduct the FY 2022-23 County Budget Hearings and direct Staff to return on September 27, 2022 with the County Budget Resolutions.
• Marcos Munoz – Assistant County Administrative Officer – presented PowerPoint presentation. Please see the video and pdf for additional information.
Public Comment: See video and .pdf
Motion to approve action item with recommendations stated and be brought back at a later time for further discussion – Passed – 5-0.
• Supervisor Callaway – Had a CSAC Board of Directors meeting a week ago, Prop 27 which allows online wagering, CSAC voted to oppose Prop 27. I abstained because I hadn’t discussed it with the BOS. Asking BOS if they want to make a recommendation on this. RCRC is not going to deal with Prop 27. Prop 31 which would prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco. CSAC took a support position on that and I voted to support that because our mental health department supported this. A yes is support to opposing this proposition. Easy smart pay program – can I pay my taxes on a monthly basis instead of twice a year? There is a program now available for all counties to allow our residents to pay taxes monthly.
• Supervisor Garamendi – Art Walk opened in West Point. Railroad Flat community center continues to move forward. RCRC meeting is tonight in Napa.
• Supervisor Tofanelli – meeting with COG and Sheriff re cleaning up highways re programs CalTrans has available. Discussed dump day – one day when the community can throw away anything other than paint, solvents, and chemicals and there is no fee to the community. Proposing to do this sometime in October. Great opportunity for our community to get rid of items without having to pay any fees. All fees are paid by CalTrans. It is called Clean California.
• Supervisor Stopper – had a Solid Waste Taskforce meeting and planning more moving forward. Have a lot of good people on the Taskforce and bringing new and fresh ideas. Central Sierra Economical meeting. Moving forward with surf funds. $5 million planning grant that could move to $40 million plus. Looks like we will be getting this grant. Cert funds – haven’t received yet.
• Chair Folendorf – will be attending RCRC. Have some openings on Fish & Wildlife Commission. Encourage folks to put in an application. CCWD is having a town hall in Copper to update the community.