COUNTY OF PLACER

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2014

SUMMARY ACTION

9:00 a.m.

 

Jack Duran, District 1, Chairman                                                                          David Boesch, County Executive

Robert Weygandt, District 2                                             Holly Heinzen, Chief Assistant County Executive Officer

Jim Holmes, District 3                                                                                        Gerald O. Carden, County Counsel

Kirk Uhler, District 4, Vice Chairman                                                                      Ann Holman, Clerk of the Board

Jennifer Montgomery, District 5

 

County Administrative Center, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA  95603

 

 

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9:00 a.m.

FLAG SALUTE – Led by Chairman Duran.

 

STATEMENT OF MEETING PROCEDURES - Read by Clerk.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: 1) Mike Coder, representing the Dewitt Theater Steering Committee, thanked Facility Services, Costco, and the Board for continued consideration of preserving the Historic World War II USO Dewitt Theater.  He advised the IRS has reinstated the organizations non-profit status and they can receive tax deductible donations.  He said a lease extension from Facility Services would be helpful for long term scheduling.  2) Tyron Gore, Meadow Vista resident, requested the Board get involved in the FERC relicensing of the watershed in Placer County and the Yuba/Bear and Drum/Spaulding Projects.  3) Bonnie Lightner, Auburn resident and member of the Foothill Center for Spiritual Living at Dewitt, said she has been assured that the future of the Dewitt Chapel will not be affected by any Costco Development but their events will be impacted.  4) Brad Harris, Unit Chief for Nevada, Yuba, Placer Unit and Placer County Fire Warden, gave an accounting on where we are on this year’s fire season.

 

SUPERVISOR’S COMMITTEE REPORTS – Supervisor Uhler said he and Supervisor Holmes sit on the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency and there is an effort underway to raise awareness of future infrastructure needs particularly as it relates to Highway 65 where it meets with Interstate 80.  Supervisor Montgomery advised she will attend a training with the Sustainable Communities Leadership Academy and will join folks from the Sierra Nevada Conservancy and will speak on our biomass project.

 

TIMED ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED AT THE TIME SHOWN

 9:15 a.m.

1.    HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES/ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE

a.    Proclamation, Proclaiming September 2014 as Recovery Month in Placer County

1.    Approved a Proclamation Proclaiming September 2014 as Mental Health, Alcohol, & Drug Addiction Recovery Month in Placer County.

MOTION Montgomery/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery  ABSENT: Weygandt

 

 9:20 a.m.

 2.   PUBLIC WORKS/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/GREYHAWK II SUBDIVISION

a.    Public Works/Establish Zone of Benefit No. 218 in County Service Area 28 (Greyhawk II Subdivision) and Set a Fee for Services

1.    Conducted a public hearing, considered all protests, tabulated ballots, and

2.    Resolution 2014-184 adopted creating Zone of Benefit No. 218 and setting charges of no more than $194 per parcel to provide road rehabilitation, storm drain and pedestrian path maintenance and street light services for Greyhawk II Subdivision.  There is no net County cost resulting from this action.

MOTION Uhler/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

b.    Community Development Resource Agency/Engineering & Surveying/Greyhawk II Tract No. 1015

1.       Approved the recordation of the Final Map for Greyhawk II.

2.       Approved the recordation of the Subdivision Improvement Agreement.

       There is no net County cost associated with these actions.

MOTION Uhler/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

 9:25 a.m.

 3.   FACILITY SERVICES/EMERGENCY SERVICES/MORGAN RANCH

a.    Facility Services/Parks and Grounds/Annexation of Morgan Ranch Phase 1 Subdivision into Zone of Benefit No. 169 in County Service Area 28 and Imposition of Assessment for Services

1.    Conducted a Public Hearing, considered all protests, tabulated ballots, and Resolution 2014-185 adopted annexing the Morgan Ranch Phase 1 Subdivision Project into Zone of Benefit 169 Dry Creek Parks, within County Service Area No. 28, and imposed an annual assessment of $553.71 per parcel to be first collected in FY 2015-16 with a cost of living modification, for various park and landscape services for all parcels that are, or will be a part of the Morgan Ranch Phase 1 Subdivision Project, subject to the recordation of a final map for the Morgan Ranch Phase 1 Subdivision at no net county cost associated with this action.

MOTION Holmes/Montgomery/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

b.    County Executive/Emergency Services/Public hearing to adopt a resolution establishing a charge for fire protection and emergency medical services for parcels in the Morgan Ranch subdivision of Dry Creek.

1.       Conducted a public hearing, considered all protests, tabulated ballots, and

2.       Resolution 2014-186 adopted establishing a $194.16 charge per parcel to fund fire protection and emergency medical services for all parcels that are, or will be, a part of the Morgan subdivision.

MOTION Holmes/Montgomery/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

 9:45 a.m.

 4.   COUNTY EXECUTIVE

a.    Final Budget Hearing and Adoption - The Board of Supervisors:

1.    Conducted a Public Hearing to approve the FY 2014-15 Final Budget.

2.    Approved the FY 2014-15 Final Budget as following:

a.    Resolution 2014-187 adopted adopting FY 2014-15 Final Budget for County operating funds for a total of $797,817,055; and

b.    Approved final budgets for County proprietary funds for a total of $78,285,257; and

c.    Approved the items listed on the County Master Fixed Asset List for FY 2014-15; and

d.    Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, amending the personnel allocations of various departments to reflect position changes approved for the FY 2014-15 Final Budget.

3.    Resolution 2014-188 adopted adopting the FY 2014-15 Final Budgets for special districts governed by the Board of Supervisors in the amount of $117,592,604.

MOTION Montgomery/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

10:30 a.m.

 5.   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/PLANNING

a.    Sheridan Community Plan Update

1.    Continued the noticed public hearing to October 7, 2014 at 9:45 a.m. to consider an update to the Sheridan Community Plan.

MOTION Montgomery/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

10:45 a.m.

 6.   COUNTY EXECUTIVE/ADMINISTRATION

a.    Criminal Justice Master Plan Process

1.    Received an update on the Criminal Justice Master Plan process.

 

DEPARTMENT ITEMS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ACTION AS TIME ALLOWS

 

DEPARTMENT ITEMS

 7.   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/planning services division

a.    Placer County Conservation Plan Contract Amendments

1.    Approved a contract amendment with Hausrath Economics Group (HEG) for continued preparation of the financial information for Placer County Conservation Plan in the amount of $125,000 of budgeted net County cost (for a total aggregate amount of $859,362.30), and authorized the County Executive Officer to sign the contract amendment; and

2.    Approved a contract amendment with TRA Environmental Sciences, Inc. for continued preparation of the Placer County Conservation Plan in the amount of $250,000 of budgeted net County cost (for a total aggregate amount of $1,626,895), and authorized the County Executive Officer to sign the contract amendment.

3.    Approved a contract amendment with ICF Jones & Stokes Inc. for assistance with the preparation of the Placer County Conservation Plan in the amount of $29,920 of budgeted net County cost (for a total aggregate amount of $411,875), and authorized the County Executive Officer to sign the contract amendment.

MOTION Uhler/Montgomery/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

b.    Development of an In-Lieu Fee Program (PCCP)

1.    Provided direction regarding the continued preparation and implementation of the Placer County In-Lieu Fee Program in advance of the approval of the Placer County Conservation Plan (PCCP). 

2.    Approved a contract amendment with ICF, Inc. for continued preparation of the Placer County In-Lieu Fee Program in the amount of $48,395 with no added net County cost (for a total aggregate amount of $98,389), and authorized the County Executive Officer to sign the contract amendment.

MOTION Uhler/Montgomery/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

c.    Community Development Block Grant Program - Program Income Reuse Agreement

1.    Conducted a public hearing and Resolution 2014-189 adopted authorizing the Community Development Resource Agency Director to enter into a Community Development Block Grant, Program (CDBG) Program Income Reuse Agreement, subject to County Counsel and Risk Management review and approval.

       There is no net County cost associated with this action.

MOTION Holmes/Montgomery/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

 8.   FACILITY SERVICES

a.    Environmental Engineering, Saddleback Lift Station Improvements Project No. 4856, Construction Award

1.       Awarded the bid for construction of the Saddleback Lift Station Improvements Project No. 4856, to Clyde G. Steagall, Inc. (Steagall) from Loomis, CA, in the amount of $998,211 funded within the Capital Project Budget by Sewer Maintenance District 1 (North Auburn) User Fees at no net County cost.

2.    Resolution 2014-190 adopted authorizing the Director of Facility Services, or designee, to execute a contract with Steagall and any required change orders consistent with the County Purchasing Manual and Section 20142 of the Public Contract Code in an amount not to exceed $1,098,000, which includes the base contract ($998,211) and an approximate 10% contingency, upon approval of County Counsel and Risk Management.

MOTION Montgomery/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

b.    Property Management, Placer County Fairgrounds Assessment Report

1.    Received an update on the Placer County Fairgrounds Assessment project, from the Department of Facility Services and RCH Group, Inc. There is no net county cost associated with this informational item.

 

c.    Property Management, Placer County Fairgrounds Assessment- Third Amendment

1.    Authorized the Chairman to execute the Third Amendment to the Operating Agreement between the County of Placer and the Placer County Fair Association to modify notification provisions in the Operating Agreement for the Placer County Fairgrounds at 800 All America City Boulevard in Roseville, with no net county cost.

MOTION Holmes/Montgomery/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

 9.   HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

a.    Adult and Children’s System’s of Care, Application Submission, Renewal of Community Mental Health Services Block Grant FY 2014-15

1.    Approved submission of an application for renewal of the Community Mental Health Services Block Grant for FY 2014-15 in the amount of $698,314 (no net County cost), and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the application and all documentation, reports, and certifications as required.

MOTION Holmes/Montgomery  VOTE 3:0 (Duran temporarily absent/Weygandt absent)

AYES: Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Duran, Weygandt

 

b.   Children’s System of Care, RFP and Contract, Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento

1.    Approved the award of Request for Proposals (RFP) No. 10325 for Intensive Trauma Focused Services to Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento, and

2.    Approved a contract with Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento for an Intensive Trauma Focused Services Program in an amount not to exceed $202,225 in FY 2014-15 and $270,000 in FY 2015-16 for a total of $472,225 (no net County cost), and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign subsequent amendments up to a total of $49,999, consistent with the agreement’s subject matter and scope of work.

MOTION Holmes/Montgomery/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

10.  PUBLIC WORKS

a.    PC 2981-High Friction Surface Treatment – Contract No. 1188

1.    Resolution 2014-191 adopted awarding Contract No. 1188 for the construction of the High Friction Surface Treatment Project to Interstate Road Management in an amount not to exceed $1,372,292 with County Counsel and Risk Management’s review and approval.  There is no net County cost.

2.    Authorized the Chairman to execute Contract No. 1188.

3.    Authorized the Director of Public Works to execute contract change orders up to an additional 10 percent of the contract amount.

MOTION Holmes/Montgomery/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Weygandt

 

11.  COUNTY COUNSEL/CLOSED SESSION REPORT:

(A)    §54956.9 – CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL

1.    Anticipated Litigation (Government Code §54956.9(d)(4):

(a)   Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(4) of Government Code §54956.9: one potential case – The Board gave direction to Counsel.

 

(B)  §54957 – PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

       Title:  County Counsel – The Board performed the evaluation for County Counsel.

 

CONSENT AGENDA – Consent Agenda approved with action as indicated.

MOTION Holmes/Montgomery  VOTE 3:0 (Uhler abstain, Weygandt absent)

AYES: Duran, Holmes, Montgomery  ABSTAIN: Uhler  ABSENT: Weygandt

 

12.  ORDINANCE – Second Reading:

a.    County Executive/Confidential and Unclassified Non-Management Employee Compensation and County Code, Chapter 3 Updates

1.       Ordinance 5747-B adopted adjusting the compensation and employment terms for confidential and unclassified non-management employees which shall become effective the first full pay period after adoption or on the date indicated in the ordinance.

2.       Un-codified Ordinance 5748-B adopted adjusting salaries, compensation, and benefits for confidential and unclassified non-management employees which shall become effective the first full pay period after adoption or on the date indicated in the ordinance.

 

b.    County Executive/Elected Department Head and Management Employee Compensation and County Code, Chapter 3 Updates

1.       Ordinance 5749-B adopted adjusting the compensation and employment terms for elected department heads and management employees which shall become effective the first full pay period after adoption or on the date indicated in the ordinance.

2.       Un-codified Ordinance 5750-B adopted adjusting salaries, compensation, and benefits for elected department heads and management employees which shall become effective the first full pay period after adoption or on the date indicated in the ordinance.

 

c.    County Executive/Amendment to Placer County Code, Director and Assistant Director of Emergency Services

1.    Ordinance 5751-B adopted amending Placer County Code section 2.88.060 regarding the powers and duties for the Director and Assistant Director of Emergency Services to change the frequency of review by the Board of Supervisors from 14 days to 30 days during locally proclaimed emergencies to align with the revised state review timeframe.

 

d.    Facility Services/Environmental Engineering, Ordinance Amending the Placer County Code to Include Sewer Maintenance District 3 and the Dry Creek Sewer County Service Area under City of Roseville Sewer Regulations

1.    Ordinance 5752-B adopted amending Placer County Code Sections 13.12.240 (H) “Charges”, and 13.12.410 (A) “Applicability of City of Roseville Sewer Regulations” to include Sewer Maintenance District 3 (Horseshoe Bar) and the Dry Creek Sewer County Service Area at no net County cost.

 

13.  ASSESSOR

a.    Purchase

1.    Approved the purchase of a Hasler, Model M3500 folder, inserter, sealing machine in the amount of $9,631, funded through the Assessor’s FY 2014-15 Final Budget, with no new Net County Cost, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to execute all related documents and add the equipment to the Master Fixed Asset List.

 

14.  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER

a.    Set Appropriations Limit for Placer County Operating Funds

1.    Resolution 2014-176 adopted setting the appropriations limit for Placer County Operating Funds for FY 2014-15 at $1,017,268,873.

 

b.    Set Appropriations Limit for Placer County Special Districts governed by the Board of Supervisors

1.    Resolution 2014-177 adopted setting the appropriations limit for Placer County Special Districts governed by the Board of Supervisors for FY 2014-15 at $6,936,170.

 

15.  CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNTY

a.    Rejected the following claims, as recommended by the offices of County Counsel and Risk Management:

a.    14-060, Charles Maravilla III,    $100, (Property Loss)

b.    14-065, Gustaf Miller, Not Stated, (Personal Injury)

c.    14-067, Domus Management Company/Shaff, Not Stated, (Property Damage)

d.    14-070, Joseph Golden, $2,300, (Property Damage)

 

16.  COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

a.    Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Council

1.    Approved the appointment of William Bowen to Seat #5 (representing At-Large), as requested by Supervisor Uhler.

 

17.  COUNTY COUNSEL

a.    Merit Increase

1.    Approved a 5% merit increase for David Boesch, County Executive Officer, from Grade 708 Step 3 at $110.89 to Grade 708 Step 4 at $116.43 per hour, effective June 14, 2014.

 

18.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE/ADMINISTRATION

a.    Introduction of Ordinance to Amend Salary Plan and Grade

1.    Un-codified Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, to amend the Unclassified Service – Schedule of Classifications Ordinance to change the Salary Plan and Grade for Film Office Program Manager from Unclassified Service (UNCL, U24), to Unclassified Management Service (MGMT, 420).

 

b.    Introduction of an un-codified Ordinance to amend the Unclassified Service

1.    Un-codified Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, to amend the Unclassified Service Schedule of Classifications Ordinance deleting the Assistant Assessor allocation (MGMT, 474), and adding a Chief Deputy Assessor allocation (MGMT, 476).

 

c.    Merit Increases

1.    The Board approved a 5% merit increase for the following employees as recommended by the County Executive Officer.

a.    Renju P. Jacob, Deputy County Counsel II, Grade 447 Step 3 at $48.58 per hour, to Grade 447 Step 4 at $51.01 per hour, effective September 6, 2014 and ;

b.    Reza Rajabian, Dentist (Tahoe), Grade U40 Step 1 at $53.28 per hour, to U40 Step 2 at $55.94 per hour, effective May 3, 2014 and;

c.    Marie Osborne, Assistant Client Services Program Director (ASOC), Grade 454 Step 3 at $52.10 per hour, to Grade 454 Step 4 at $54.69 per hour, effective September 6, 2014 and;

d.    Margaret “Peggy” Zarriello, Assistant Client Services Program Director (Public Health), Grade 454 Step 3 at $52.10 per hour, to Grade 454 Step 4 at $54.69 per hour, effective September 6, 2014.

 

19.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE/EMERGENCY SERVICES

a.    Placer Hills Fire Protection District 2014 Impact Fee Study

1.    Resolution 2014-178 adopted approving the 2014 Placer Hills Fire Protection District Fire Facilities Impact Fee Study which includes a new capital mitigation fee for fire service with the new fee being set at $0.68, $1.17, $1.53 and $0.57 per square foot of new residential, commercial, office, and industrial development respectively.

 

20.  FACILITY SERVICES

a.    Building Maintenance, Energy Management Services, El Dorado Management Group LLC

1.    Approved an increase of $22,480 to El Dorado Management Group LLC, Consulting Contract No. KN021083 for continued energy management services funded by budgeted net county cost.

 

b.    Environmental Engineering, Legal Services for Solid Waste Handling Services Agreement- Eastern Placer County

1.    Approved an Agreement with The Law Offices of Thomas M. Bruen for legal services associated with developing the Solid Waste Handling Services Agreement for the eastern portion of Placer County in an amount not-to-exceed $60,000 funded by the Solid Waste Management and Eastern Regional Landfill Enterprise Funds, with no net County cost.

 

21.  HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

a.    Public Health, Proclamation, Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

1.    Approved a Proclamation proclaiming September 2014 as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in Placer County.

 

22.  PUBLIC WORKS

a.    Local Transportation Fund (LTF) Bicycle/Pedestrian Claim Submitted to Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) For FY 2014-15

1.    Resolution 2014-179 adopted authorizing the Chairman to execute and sign the FY 2014-15 Local Transportation Fund (LTF) Bicycle/Pedestrian Claim for Placer County to be submitted to the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) in the amount of $127,339.  There is no net County cost.

 

b.    Local Transportation Fund Claim for Placer County Transit Submitted to Placer County Transportation Planning Agency FY 2014-15

1.    Resolution 2014-180 adopted authorizing the Chairman to execute and sign the 2014-15 Local Transportation Fund (LTF) Claim for Placer County Transit (PCT) to be submitted to the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) in the amount of $5,514,204.  There is no net county cost.

 

c.    Local Transportation Fund (LTF) Claim for Tahoe Area Regional Transit Submitted to Tahoe Regional Planning Agency FY 2014-15

1.    Resolution 2014-181 adopted authorizing the Chairman to execute and sign the FY 2014-15 Local Transportation Fund (LTF) Claim for Tahoe Area Regional Transit to be submitted to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) in the amount of $610,054.  There is no net county cost.

 

d.    State Transit Assistance Claim for Tahoe Area Regional Transit Submitted To Tahoe Regional Planning Agency FY 2014-15

1     Resolution 2014-182 adopted authorizing the Chairman to execute and sign the FY 2014-15 State Transit Assistance (STA) Claim for Tahoe Area Regional Transit (TART) to be submitted to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) in the amount of $157,626.  There is no net county cost.

 

23.  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 $1,500 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Bill Santucci Memorial Scholarship Fund to help fund the 11th Annual Bill Santucci Memorial Golf Tournament, as requested by Supervisor Uhler ($1,500).

 

b.    Approved appropriation of $500 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Auburn Aviation Association’s Biennial Air Fair “Thunder in the Sky 2014”, as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($500).

 

c.    Approved appropriation of $250 in Revenue Sharing monies to help support the Friends of Placer High School Parent Organization’s Teacher Wish List Program, as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($250).

 

d.    Approved appropriation of $2,000 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Keaton Raphael Memorial’s Annual Gala Kaleidoscope event, as requested by Supervisor Weygandt ($250), Supervisor Holmes ($250), and Supervisor Uhler ($1,500).

 

e.    Approved appropriation of $500 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Auburn Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Leadership Auburn Class of 2015, Supervisor Holmes ($500).

 

f.     Approved appropriation of $1,000 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce 21st Annual Hot Chili & Cool Cars event, as requested by Supervisor Weygandt ($500), and Supervisor Holmes ($500).

 

g.    Approved appropriation of $1,000 in Revenue Sharing monies to The Salvation Army’s Feed the Hungry of Auburn program to help provide meals to people in the community from The Salvation Army’s food closet, as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($1,000).

 

24.  TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR

a.    Transfer Unclaimed Monies to General Fund

1.    Resolution 2014-183 adopted directing the Auditor-Controller to transfer unclaimed monies to the General Fund per Government Code Section 50053 and Placer County’s Policy Directive on Unclaimed Funds.

***End of Consent Agenda***

 

ITEMS FOR INFORMATION:

25.  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER

a.    Auditor-Controller’s Independent Accountant’s Report on the Treasurer’s Statement of Assets.  This statement is for the quarter ended March 31, 2014.

 

26.  PERSONNEL

a.    Classified Service Merit Increases

 

27.  TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR

a.    Treasurer’s Statement for the month of JULY 2014

 

ADJOURNMENT – Next regular meeting is Tuesday, September 23, 2014.

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ 2014 MEETING SCHEDULE:

September 23, 2014

October 7, 2014

October 20, 2014 (Tahoe)

October 21, 2014 (Tahoe)