COUNTY OF PLACER
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2009
F.C. “Rocky” Rockholm, District 1, Chairman Thomas Miller, County Executive
Robert Weygandt, District 2 Anthony J. La Bouff, County Counsel
Jim Holmes, District 3 Rich Colwell, Chief Assistant County Executive
Kirk Uhler, District 4, Vice Chairman Mike Boyle, Assistant County Executive
Jennifer Montgomery, District 5 Holly Heinzen, Assistant County Executive
Ann Holman, Clerk of the Board
County Administrative Center, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603
FLAG SALUTE – Led by Supervisor Montgomery.
STATEMENT OF MEETING PROCEDURES - Read by Clerk.
PUBLIC COMMENT – Jack Sanchez, volunteer coordinator for Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and Steelhead, requested a letter of support from the Board. Chairman Rockholm requested the organization write a letter reflecting the request to be considered on a future agenda. Wes Zicker, Engineering & Surveying Department, advised that on December 9, 2008 the Board took action to accept the improvements for Winchester Phase 4A as complete subject to the completion of some electrical and gas connections. He advised that the project is complete.
SUPERVISOR’S COMMITTEE REPORTS- Supervisor Uhler updated the Board on the Placer Parkway. He said as the County representative on the South Placer Regional Transportation Authority (SPRTA) which is the lead agency on this project. SPRTA has done all of the environmental review required under Tier 1 to determine the appropriate alignment, data shows Alternative 5 is the preferred LEDPA alignment. They have had a series of meetings with various federal agencies. Unfortunately, EPA and Army Corp. do not believe Alternative 5 (Northern alignment) that connects with Sutter County at Sanke Road, is the LEDPA, instead preferring Alternative 1 which is the longest alignment and the one that connects by Reigo Road and the interchange in South Sutter. He agreed to let SPRTA staff meet with staff of these agencies to see if something can be done to work this out otherwise SPRTA will have to figure out how to continue to move this process forward into the Tier II analysis. Supervisor Montgomery attended the Economic Development Board meeting and advised there are three individuals in the County that are potentially looking to bring some new businesses into Placer County. Chairman Rockholm advised SACOG has come out aggressively that if any new stimulas funds come from the Federal Government, Placer County has many projects on this list that could benefit. He also attended the Placer County and City of Roseville Boarder Committee meeting and was updated on the Sutter Point project.
1. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – Presentation of Resolution 2009-12 honoring United States Congressman John T. Doolittle for over 28 years of public service in the State Senate and in the House of Representatives representing the 4th Congressional District.
2. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – Presentation of Resolution 2009-11 commending Lt. Chalmer “Chal” DeCecco for over 33 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Sheriff’s Department.
3. PLACER COUNTY 4-H All STARS – Presentation of Honorary 4-H Leadership Cards to the Board.
4. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – Presentation of a commendation honoring Annabell McCord on her 90th birthday and recognizing her numerous achievements in government service.
5. PROBATION – Presentation of an overview of the Probation Department’s Adult and Juvenile Alternative Sentencing Programs by the Chief Probation Officer and Probation Managers/
6. ASSESSOR – Public hearing closed. Ordinance 5540-B adopted asserting Board of Supervisors authority under Revenue and Taxation Code Section 63.1(j)(2), to establish a processing fee for qualifying change in ownership exclusions not filed within sixty (60) days of the date, of the second notice of potential eligibility. MOTION Holmes/Montgomery/Unanimous
7. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/AB 885 (State Septic Tank Inspection Fees and Regulations – The Board of Supervisor took the following action:
1. Authorized the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to provide written comments by February 9, 2009 to the State Water Resources Control Board citing the issues as described in the staff analysis of the impacts.
2. Authorized staff to coordinate with our Placer County state lobbyist and the state legislative delegation requesting their assistance with regulatory and/or legislative relief.
3. Authorized staff to coordinate with the Regional Council of Rural Counties.
4. Authorized other actions that the Board deems appropriate possibly including the presence of interested members of the Board of Supervisors who may wish to appear February 9, 2009, and speak on behalf of the entire Board of Supervisors on this issue to the State Water Resources Control Board.
5. Directed staff to provide periodic updates to the Board as this issue is addressed.
8. COUNTY EXECUTIVE/EMERGENCY SERVICES/HAZARDOUS VEGETATION ABATEMENT – Accepted a report on the results of the Hazardous Vegetation Abatement pilot program and ordinance introduced, first reading waived, amending Chapter 9 PUBLIC PEACE, SAFETY AND WELFARE; Article 9.32 FIRE PREVENTION; Part 4 Hazardous Vegetation Abatement On Unimproved Parcels; Section 9.32.250 to extend the term of the ordinance to April 30, 2010.
9. FACILITY SERVICES:
a. Natural Trading Company Agricultural Conservation Easement Acquisition - It is recommended that the Board take the following actions associated with the acquisition of an Agricultural Conservation Easement on the 40± acre parcel located at 5841 Fruitvale Road in Newcastle, also known as APN 031-340-005, owned by Bryan Kaminsky and Caren Hamilton of the Natural Trading Company (NTC Property):
1. Delegate authority to the Director of Facility Services to execute an Agreement of Purchase and Sale and the Agricultural Conservation Easement (CE) in the form as approved by County Counsel between the County and Bryan Kaminsky and Caren Hamilton, for the acquisition of a CE over the NTC Property for $665,000 based on the Material Terms whereby Close of Escrow is contingent on $337,500 in funding from the California Department of Conservation (DOC) and the Placer Land Trust; and
2. Resolution authorizing the Facility Services Director, or his designee, to execute documents and take actions necessary to complete the transaction, disburse funds associated with this transaction and record the Deed of Agricultural Conservation Easement; and
3. Authorize the Director of the Planning Department, or his designee, to execute all documents, following approval by County Counsel, as necessary to receive funding in the amount of $332,500 from the DOC Farmland Conservancy Grant Program (CFCP) and $5,000 from the Placer Land Trust to assist with the acquisition of the CE on the NTC Property; and
4. Approve a Budget Revision canceling reserves in the amount of $339,327 in the Open Space Fund and appropriate the funds for this transaction; and
5. Approve the addition of the property to the Master Fixed Asset List
Item continued to March 10, 2009 as requested by Supervisor Weygandt.
b. Sheridan Water Supply & Distribution Project, Grant Application & Budget - The Board took the following actions:
1. Resolution 2009-21 adopted designating the Director of Facility Services as authorized representative to apply for a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Utility Services (RUS) grant, in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000; and b) authorized the Director of Facility Services to negotiate and execute a grant contract and any amendments upon review and approval by Risk Management and County Counsel, and certify grant disbursements; and
2. Approved a budget revision authorizing a contribution of $125,000 from the FY 2008/09 General Fund Contributions to Facilities and Infrastructure Budget to the Capital Projects Fund in FY 2008/09 to fund a new capital project known as the Sheridan Water Supply and Distribution Project.
MOTION Weygandt/Holmes/Unanimous VOTE 4:0 (Montgomery temporarily absent)
10. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES:
a. Children’s System of Care - Approved submission of a federal grant application for $728,686 in 2008-2009 funding, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign all documentation, reports, and certifications as required. This application will renew ongoing funding for counseling and therapy to children and adults with severe mental illnesses. Receipt of this grant will not involve any County General Fund contribution and is reflected in the Department’s 2008/09 Final Budget.
MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous VOTE 4:0 (Montgomery temporarily absent.
b. Children’s System of Care - Approved an amendment to Contract CN012441 with FamiliesFirst Inc., to provide short-term intensive behavior stabilization and/or support services, increasing the amount from $482,000 to $544,000, an increase of $62,000, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign this and subsequent amendments. No County General Fund contribution is required and these costs are reflected in the Department’s 2008/09 Final Budget.
11. PUBLIC WORKS:
a. Road Maintenance Division Budget Revision – Approved a Budget Revision to appropriate $2,062,500 in the Road Maintenance budget to various expenditure accounts and approved the addition of a new rotary snow blower to the list of Fixed Assets.
b. Proposition 1B (Transportation Board) – Resolution 2009-22 adopted to approve the project list for Proposition 1B funding and approved a Budget Revision amending the Public Works budget to reflect an additional $1,913,111 in State funding for County transportation infrastructure. MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous
12. COUNTY COUNSEL/CLOSED SESSION REPORT:
(A) §54956.9 - CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL
1. Existing Litigation:
(a) Kings Beach Business and Citizen Alliance, vs. County of Placer, et al., Placer County Superior Court Case No. SCV-23804 – The Board discussed and gave direction to Counsel.
(b) Jeanne Vaughan, et al. vs. County of Placer, et al., U.S.D.C. Eastern District Court Case No.: 2:08-CV-02041 LKK DAD – The County will provide defense to the County and named employees and the cases have been assigned to the County Counsel Office.
(c) Misty Dawn Womack, vs. County of Placer, et al., U.S.D.C. Eastern District Court Case No.: 2:08-cv-00677-JAM-KJM - The County will provide defense to the County and named employees and cases have been assigned to the County Counsel Office.
(d) Luis Arroyo vs. State of California, County of Placer, et al., U.S.D.C. Eastern District Court Case No.: 2:08-cv-01493-GEB-KJM - The County will provide defense to the County and named employees and cases have been assigned to the County Counsel Office.
(B) §54957.6 - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS – The Board received a status report from its negotiators and gave direction.
Agency designated representatives: Tom Miller, Nancy Nittler, Mike Boyle, Gerald O. Carden, Anthony J. La Bouff
Employee organization: PPEO. DSA.
CONSENT AGENDA (Items 13 thru 26). Moved Items 14a & 16c for discussion. Consent agenda approved as amended with action as indicated. The Board also convened as the Redevelopment Agency Board for Item # 24a&b.
13. WARRANT REGISTERS – Weeks ending December 5, 12, 1 & 26, 2008 and January 2, 2009.
a. MOVED FOR DISCUSSION Approve an agreement terminating existing employment agreement with Nancyjo Riekse Agricultural Marketing Director effective January 31, 2009 and approve a new employment agreement with Nancyjo Riekse to provide services as Agricultural Marketing Director from February 1, 2009 to June 30, 2009 for a salary of $18,660 and benefits of $14,417 for a total of $33,077 in contract costs, which represents a 25% reduction in salary costs for the remainder of the 2008-09 Fiscal Year.
b. Resolution 2009-13 adopted authorizing the Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer to sign contract #08–0408 with the State Department of Food and Agriculture allowing for reimbursement from the State for up to $1,665 for Nursery Inspection Program.
c. Resolution 2009-14 adopted authorizing the Placer County Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer to sign contract #08-0344 with the California Department of Food and Agriculture allowing for reimbursement from the State for up to $16,740 for the Placer County Agriculture Department’s weed eradication program.
15. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:
a. Confirmed the Board of Supervisors 2009 Boards and Commissions Assignments as designated at the January 13, 2009 meeting.
Air Pollution Control District Board (Holmes, Uhler, Weygandt); American River Authority (Montgomery, Weygandt Alternate); Area 4 Agency on Aging Advisory/Governing/JPA Boards (Holmes Alternate, Alice Gonzales Primary Member); Auburn City Council/Placer County Liaison Committee (Holmes); Auburn Dam Council (Montgomery, Holmes Alternate); City County Committee for Regional Development Issues (Rockholm, Weygandt, Uhler Alternate); Community Services Commission (Holmes) County Audit Committee (Holmes, Rockholm); Criminal Justice Policy Committee (Rockholm); CSAC/Board of Directors (Holmes, Rockholm Alternate); CSAC/Sacramento
Motherlode Supervisors Association (Holmes, Rockholm Alternate); Economic Development Board (Weygandt, Montgomery); First Five Children & Families Commission (Holmes); First Time Homebuyer Mortgage Revenue Bond Program (Holmes, Alternate any other Supervisor); Flood Control & Water Conservation District Board of Directors (Weygandt, Rockholm); Golden Sierra Job Training Agency Governing Board (Uhler, Holmes Alternate); High Sierra Resource Conservation & Development Area (Montgomery, CEO or CEO Designee Alternate); Highway 65 Joint Powers Authority (Weygandt, Rockholm Alternate); Investment Oversight Committee (Weygandt); Local Agency Formation Commission (Rockholm, Weygandt, Holmes Alternate); Mental Health Alcohol & Drug Advisory Board (Holmes); Middle Fork Project Finance Authority (Holmes, Weygandt, Montgomery Alternate) Mountain Counties Air Basin (Holmes, Weygandt Alternate); Mountain Counties Water Resources Council (Montgomery, Holmes Alternate); National Association of Counties (Uhler, Montgomery Alternate); National Association of Counties Western Interstate Region (Uhler, Montgomery Alternate); Older Adult Advisory Commission (Holmes); Placer County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee (Weygandt, Holmes); Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (Holmes, Uhler, Rockholm Alternate); Placer County Transportation Planning Agency Countywide Steering Committee (Weygandt); Placer County Water Resource Council (Inactive); Placer Mosquito & Vector Control District (Galen Clothier); Placer/Nevada Wastewater Authority JPA (Weygandt, Holmes Alternate); Placer Parkway Policy Advisory Committee (Weygandt, Rockholm); Regional Council of Rural Counties (Holmes, Montgomery Alternate); Sacramento Area Commerce & Trade Organization (Uhler, Rockholm Alternate); Sacramento Area Council of Governments (Rockholm, Uhler Alternate); Sacramento Area Council of Governments Advisory Committee Rancho Cordova-South Placer Connector (Rockholm); Sacramento Area Council of Governments Capital Valley Regional Service Authority (Rockholm, Uhler Alternate); Sacramento Valley Air Pollution Control Council (Weygandt Alternate); Sierra Sacramento Valley Emergency Medical Services Agency (Holmes, Rockholm Alternate); Solid Waste Independent Hearing Panel (Montgomery); Solid Waste Local Task Force (CEO); South Placer Regional Transportation Authority (Uhler, Rockholm Alternate); Sub-Committee Policy Advisory Committee (Uhler, Rockholm); South Placer Regional Wastewater Authority (Rockholm, Weygandt); Tahoe Air Basin (Montgomery); Tahoe Conservancy (Larry Sevison, Montgomery Alternate); Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (Montgomery, Larry Sevison Alternate); Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Advisory Planning Commission (Jennifer Merchant, Allen Breuch, Leo Poppoff Alternate); Tahoe Transportation District (Montgomery or CEO Designee); Tribal County Advisory Committee (Weygandt, Montgomery); Veterans Memorial Hall Board (Rockholm, Weygandt, Holmes, Montgomery); Water Resources & Energy Committee (Holmes, Weygandt); Western Placer Waste Management Authority (Weygandt, Rockholm).
b. Resolution 2009-11 adopted commending Lt. Chalmer “Chal” DeCecco for over 33 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Department.
c. Resolution 2009-12 adopted honoring United States Congressman John T. Doolittle for over 28 years of public service in the State Senate and in the House of Representatives representing the 4th Congressional District.
16. COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS:
a. Library Advisory Board – Approved appointment of Rhonda Tory to Seat 4, as requested by Supervisor Uhler.
b. Older Adult Advisory Commission – Approved appointment of Alexis Shimonauff to Seat 2, representing the Board of Supervisors, Karla Gustufson to Seat 16, Margaret Riley to Seat 19 representing Senior Service Organizations and accepted resignation of Candace Roeder Seat 17, effective January 20, 2009.
c. MOVED FOR DISCUSSION Municipal Advisory Council (Foresthill Forum) – Approve reappointment of Martha Vroege to Seat 5 and Michael Wittle to Seat 7, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.
d. Municipal Advisory Council (Granite Bay) – Approved appointment of Eric Teed-Bose to Seat 1, Gloria Freeman to Seat 2, David Gravlin to Seat 3, Tom Habashi to Seat 5 and Eric Sanchez to Seat 6 effective February 1, 2009, as requested by Supervisor Uhler.
e. Municipal Advisory Council (Horseshoe Bar) – Approved reappointment of Sharon Roseme to Seat 3 effective February 1, 2009, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.
f. Municipal Advisory Council (North Auburn) – Approved appointment of Larry Farinha to Seat 3 effective February 1, 2009, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery and reappointment of Jacquie Flecklin to Seat 6 effective February 1, 2009, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.
g. Municipal Advisory Council (North Tahoe Regional) – Approved appointment of Megan Chillemi to Seat 1, Michael Lefrancois to Seat 6 and Brian West to Seat 7 effective February 1, 2009, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.
h. Municipal Advisory Council (Weimar/Applegate/Colfax) – Approved appointment of Richard Taliaferro to Seat 2, Alan Shuttleworth to Seat 3, and reappointment of David Wiltsee to Seat 6, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.
i. Municipal Advisory Council (Squaw Valley) – Approved appointment of Alisa Adriani to Seat 2, Brian Sheehan to Seat 4, and Ed Heneveld to Seat 5 effective February 1, 2009 and reappointment of Charles Luckhardt to Seat 3, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.
j. Municipal Advisory Council (West Placer) – Approved appointment of John Hottel to Seat 2, Jeremy Morgan Lawson to Seat 3, Walter Wyllie to Seat 5 and reappointment of Claudette Mitchel-Weismantel to Seat 1 & Darryl Osborne to Seat 4, as requested by Supervisor Rockholm.
17. COUNTY COUNSEL - Appointed Anthony J. La Bouff, County Counsel, or a designated representative of his office, and Gregory Fayard, Placer County Bar Association President to the Law Library Board of Trustees.
18. COUNTY EXECUTIVE:
a. Approved a budget revision reducing appropriations in the General Fund and Public Safety Fund to address projected shortfalls including $6,063,769 in the General Fund and $1,685,354 in the Public Safety Fund for a total of $7,749,123 and using General Fund reserves of $1,747,946 implementing Board direction provided on December 9th, 2008.
b. Authorized the Chairman to sign the 2008-09 Health & Human Services Budget Revision reducing expenditures by $945,187 to reflect decreased Realignment and Vehicle Licensing Fee (VLF) Revenues from the State of California in the same amount.
19. COUNTY EXECUTIVE/EMERGENCY SERVICES:
a. Authorized the Chairman to accept the grant, sign a contract with the USFS Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit to utilize joint funds to remove biomass from authorized areas within the Lake Tahoe Basin and approved a budget revision in the amount of $35,000.
b. Resolution 2009-15 adopted supporting a joint Placer/Nevada County USFS Tahoe National Forest Resource Advisory Committee to be run by the Tahoe National Forest in support of Title II funding.
20. FACILITY SERVICES/DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS 1, 6, 7, 8, 8M & 416, PROJECT NO. 4630D - Resolution 2009-16 adopted accepting the Demolition of Buildings 1, 6, 7, 8, 8M & 416, Project No. 4630D, located in the Placer County Government Center in North Auburn, as complete and authorized the Director of Facility Services to execute and record the Notice of Completion.
21. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES:
a. Children’s System of Care - Approved an agreement with Full Circle Treatment Center to provide addiction recovery services from August 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009 in the amount of $45,000, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the agreement and subsequent amendments up to 10% of the total contract amount. A County General Fund contribution of $11,000, already contained in the Department’s current year approved budget is required.
b. Human Services - Approved the purchase of three replacement vehicles for use by Human Services for daily transportation and welfare fraud investigation throughout Placer County, approved a Budget Revision to appropriate and transfer $79,400 to Public Works for purchase of two mid-size 4x4 SUVs and one hybrid sedan; authorized the Purchasing Manager to make the purchases, and added to the Master Fixed Asset List. These purchases are fully funded by the State through the Welfare Fraud Incentives reserve account and do not require any County General Fund contribution.
22. PROCUREMENT SERVICES - Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the following:
a. Competitive Bid #9846, Septic Pumping & Vacuum Truck Services/Facility Services - Awarded to APS Environmental, Quick Response and Curt’s Pumping, in the maximum amount of $85,000.
b. Competitive Request for Qualifications #9859, Sewer Line Video Inspection Services/Facility Services - Awarded Competitive Request for Qualifications and adopted a List of Qualified Firms.
c. Competitive Bid #9868, One Full-Size, ¾ Ton, 4X4 Pickup with Tow Package and One 4X4 Sport Utility Vehicle with Tow Package (as replacement vehicles)/Placer County Fire – Awarded to Future Ford, in the total aggregate amount of $61,243.06.
23. PUBLIC WORKS/LAKE FOREST EROSION CONTROL PROJECT AREA A (DOLLAR POINT), CONTRACT #1009 – Resolution 2009-17 adopted accepting the Project as complete and approved and authorized the Director of Public Works to execute the Notice of Completion.
24. REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD:
a. Tax Increment Business Improvement Loan Program – Resolution 2009-18 and 2009-19 adopted approving 1) Tax Increment Business Improvement Loan Program (revised) and increases in Commercial Rehabilitation Loan and Façade Loan Limits in the North Lake Tahoe, North Auburn and Sunset Industrial Redevelopment Project Areas to $150,000 and $30,000 respectively, and 2) delegation of authority to the Redevelopment Director to make administrative changes to the Tax Increment Business Improvement Loan Program.
b. Tax Increment Funding - Resolution 2009-20 adopted stating opposition to the taking of Redevelopment Tax Increment Funding by the State of California.
25. REVENUE SHARING – In approving the following appropriations, the Placer County Board of Supervisors makes the finding that each and every approved contribution serves a public purpose by promoting the general welfare of the County and its inhabitants; therefore, the County benefits.
a. Approved appropriation of $450 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Child Abuse Prevention Council 11th Annual “Putting Children First” Awards Luncheon, as requested by Supervisor Rockholm ($200) and Supervisor Uhler ($250).
b. Approved appropriations of $800 in Revenue Sharing monies to the High Sierra Resource Conservation District for the USDA Mandarin Bioavailability Synephrine Study, as requested by Supervisor Rockholm ($200), Supervisor Weygandt ($200), Supervisor Holmes ($200) and Supervisor Uhler ($200).
c. Approved appropriation of $250 in Revenue sharing monies to the PEACE for Families 2nd Annual Have a Heart for PEACE Gala, as requested by Supervisor Uhler.
26. SHERIFF – Approved a budget revision in the amount not-to-exceed $40,000 to upgrade a jail van from the existing Inmate Welfare Fund; approved modification to the Master Fixed Asset List and authorized the Purchasing Manager to execute any related documents.
***End of Consent Agenda***
The following items were moved from Consent Agenda for discussion:
a. Approved an agreement terminating existing employment agreement with Nancyjo Riekse Agricultural Marketing Director effective January 31, 2009 and approved a new employment agreement with Nancyjo Riekse to provide services as Agricultural Marketing Director from February 1, 2009 to June 30, 2009 for a salary of $18,660 and benefits of $14,417 for a total of $33,077 in contract costs, which represents a 25% reduction in salary costs for the remainder of the 2008-09 Fiscal Year. Jocelyn Maddux, Program Manager, Placer GROWN, requested the Board reconsider the cutback and retain the full time contract.
16. COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS:
c. Municipal Advisory Council (Foresthill Forum) – Removed request to reappoint Martha Vroege to Seat 5 and approved reappointment of Michael Wittle to Seat 7, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery. MOTION Montgomery/Holmes/Unanimous
ITEMS FOR INFORMATION:
a. Auditor Controller’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for fiscal year ended June 30, 2008.
b. Report of refunds of $5000.00 or less issued by the Auditor-Controller during the period of January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008. Refunds of $5000 or less totaled $18,118.03.
28. TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR - Treasurer’s Statement for the month of December 2008.
ADJOURNMENT- Next regular meeting is February 10, 2009.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ 2009 MEETING SCHEDULE:
February 10, 2009
February 24, 2009
March 10, 2009
March 24, 2009