COUNTY OF PLACER

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SUMMARY ACTION

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

9:00 a.m.

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

 

Bonnie Gore, District 1                                                                                                    Jane Christenson, Acting County Executive Officer

Robert Weygandt, District 2                                                                                                                             Karin Schwab, County Counsel

Jim Holmes, District 3, Vice Chair                                                                                                               Megan Wood, Clerk of the Board

Suzanne Jones, District 4                                                                                                            Marci Branaugh, Deputy Clerk of the Board

Cindy Gustafson, District 5, Chair                                                                                                                                                                         

 

 


The board meeting will be open to in-person attendance. The entire meeting will be available on livestream. Public Comment will be opened for each agenda item, and citizens may comment virtually through a Zoom meeting webinar https://www.placer.ca.gov/boslive utilizing the “raise hand” function or if you have joined the Zoom meeting via phone at 877-853-5247 using the Webinar ID 954 2075 3030 please dial *9 to “raise hand” and queue for Public Comment. Please raise your hand at the time the Chair announces the item. Please Note: There will be no phone reservation line.

 

Placer County is committed to ensuring that persons with disabilities are provided the resources to participate fully in its public meetings. If you are hearing impaired, we have listening devices available. If you require additional disability-related modifications or accommodations, including auxiliary aids or services, please contact the Clerk of the Board.  If requested, the agenda shall be provided in appropriate alternative formats to persons with disabilities.  All requests must be in writing and must be received by the Clerk five business days prior to the scheduled meeting for which you are requesting accommodation. Requests received after such time will be accommodated only if time permits.

 

DISTRICT 2 SUPERVISOR ROBERT WEYGANDT PARTICIPATED IN THE MEETING REMOTELY

 

FLAG SALUTE: Led by Supervisor Gore  

 

 

9:00 a.m.

1.    COUNTY EXECUTIVE

A.    Appointment of the Placer County Sheriff-Coroner-Marshal

1.    Appointed Undersheriff Wayne Woo as the Placer County Sheriff-Coroner-Marshal to serve the remainder of Sheriff Devon Bell’s current unexpired term which ends January 2, 2023. The appointment takes effect immediately. 

MOTION: Holmes/Jones/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA: Consent Item 14.A was pulled from consent for discussion. Remainder of Consent Agenda approved as indicated.

MOTION: Holmes/Jones/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

CONSENT ITEMS REMOVED FOR DISCUSSION:

 

14.  AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION

A.    CAL FIRE California Climate Investments Forest Health Grant Program

1.    Adopted Resolution 2022-156 ratifying the submission of a grant application to CAL FIRE California Climate Investments Forest Health grant program in the amount of $1,187,704.95 for the Placer County French Meadows Ecological Restoration project and authorized the Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer, or designee, to execute any required documents including, but not limited to, agreements or amendments necessary to complete the project.

MOTION: Gustafson/Jones/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

 

PUBLIC COMMENT:  1) Reverend Alex da Silva Souto and Beth are concerned for the homeless population. 2) Richard Lingensjo wants the County to build a molten salt reactor. 3) Vernon Barnes is upset with County for its handling of complaints on his property. 4) Don Belden and Jerry Reioux are concerned about the increase of truck traffic on I80 that is showing an increase for truck fires leading to wildfires. 5) Gary Mapa, Director and Vice President of Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and Steelhead, gave his congratulations to Sheriff Wayne Woo and reported the potential removal of the Hemphill Dam.

 

BOARD MEMBER AND COUNTY EXECUTIVE REPORTS: 1.) Jane Christenson, Acting County Executive Officer, gave an update on the homeless liaison team and extended services of the HHS Service Center. She also recognized Placer County Information Technology for being awarded first place in the nation of counties our size by the Center for Digital Government. 2.) Supervisor Gustafson reported that she shares concerns with Don Belden and Jerry Reioux regarding the increased truck travel and fire potential on I80. 3.) Chief Mike Rufenacht reported the Cal Fire is also sending letters regarding the truck traffic and fire danger.

 

TIMED ITEMS to be discussed at the time shown or shortly thereafter

 

9:50 a.m.

2.    AUDITOR

A.    Audit Committee Annual Report

1.    Received the Annual Report of the Placer County Audit Committee, presented by Jay Panzica, Audit Committee Chair.

 

10:00 a.m.

3.    TREASURER TAX-COLLECTOR  

A.    Continuance | Financing by the Western Placer Waste Management Authority of the Expansion of its Materials Recovery Facility and Sanitary Landfill

1.    Continued the Public Hearing regarding Financing by the Western Placer Waste Management Authority of the Expansion of its Materials Recovery Facility and Sanitary Landfill to August 9, 2022 to 9:30am or as soon thereafter as can be heard.

MOTION: Holmes/Jones/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

10:10 a.m.

4.    TREASURER TAX-COLLECTOR  

A.    Tax and Equity Fiscal Responsibility Act Hearing

1.    Conducted a Public Hearing under the Tax and Equity Fiscal Responsibility Act (“TEFRA”) in connection with the proposed issuance of one or more series of tax-exempt and/or taxable revenue bonds by the California Municipal Finance Authority (the “CMFA”), a joint exercise of powers authority and public entity of the State of California, in an amount not to exceed $17,500,000, (the “Bonds”), to refinance all or a portion of the ABAG (Association of Bay Area Governments) Finance Authority for Nonprofit Corporations $22,000,000 Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Eskaton Village - Roseville), Series 2006 and $23,500,000 Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds (Eskaton Properties, Incorporated) Series 2008A and costs related thereto, which financed an assisted living facility (the “Project”) located at 1650 Eskaton Loop, Roseville, California, within the County of Placer (the “County”).

2.    Adopted Resolution 2022-164 approving the issuance of the Bonds by the CMFA for the benefit of Eskaton Properties, Incorporated, a nonprofit, public benefit corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of California and an organization described in section 501(c)(3) of the Code (the “Borrower”), to provide for the financing of the Project, such adoption is solely for the purposes of satisfying the requirements of TEFRA, the Code and the California Government Code Section 6500 (and following). 

MOTION: Gore/Jones/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

10:30 a.m.

5.    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Sabre City Park Estates Subdivision | Inclusion into County Service Area 28, Zone of Benefit 165 – Dry Creek Fire

1.    Conducted a Public Hearing to consider all protests, if any, to the annexation of Sabre City Park Estates Subdivision, located at Colin Kelly Drive and Vandenburg Circle, in the Dry Creek Community Plan Area (Assessor Parcel Number 023-301-006-000), into the boundaries of County Service Area 28, Zone of Benefit 165 -Dry Creek Fire to provide fire and emergency services, the Clerk tabulated the ballots and announced 1 ballot received in favor and determined written protests to the annexation had not been received from a majority of property owners who own more than 50 percent of the assessed value of all taxable property in the proposed zone.

2.    Adopted Resolution 2022-165 annexing Sabre City Park Estates Subdivision, (APN 023-301-006-000) into County Service Area 28, Zone of Benefit 165-Dry Creek Fire.

MOTION: Gore/Holmes/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

10:35 a.m.

6.    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Double S Ranch Subdivision | Inclusion into County Service Area 28, Zone of Benefit 165 – Dry Creek Fire

1.    Conducted a Public Hearing to consider all protests and tabulated ballots, with the clerk announcing one ballot in favor and no protests received, on to the annexation of Double S Ranch, located at Cook Riolo Road and Vineyard Road, in the Dry Creek Community Plan Area (Assessor Parcel Number 474-080-025-000), into the boundaries of County Service Area 28, Zone of Benefit 165 – Dry Creek Fire) to provide fire and emergency services, and determined written protests to the annexation had not been received from a majority of property owners who own more than 50 percent of the assessed value of all taxable property in the proposed zone.

2.    Adopted Resolution 2022-166 annexing Double S Ranch Subdivision, (APN 474-080-025-000) into County Service Area 28, Zone of Benefit 165 – Dry Creek Fire.

MOTION: Gore/Holmes/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

10:40 a.m.

7.    PUBLIC WORKS  

A.    Establish Zone of Benefit No. 236 in County Service Area 28 and Establishment of Charges on Tax Roll for Homewood Lot 3 and Lot 5 and Set a Fee for Services

1.    Conducted a Public Hearing to consider all protests and tabulated ballots, with the clerk announcing one ballot in favor and no protests received, to the creation of County Service Area No. 28, Zone of Benefit No. 236, for storm drain maintenance and determined written protests to the creation had not been received from a majority of property owners who own more than 50 percent of the assessed value of all taxable property in the proposed zone, and the establishment of a direct charge to the tax roll for Class 1 Trail maintenance, beach maintenance and water quality monitoring.

2.    Adopted Resolution 2022-167 creating County Service Area 28, Zone of Benefit No. 236, and imposing an annual charge of $196.67 per parcel, plus an annual cost of living modification for storm drain maintenance, and administration for all parcels that are or will be a part of Homewood Lots 3 (APN 097-140-003-000) and Lot 5 (A portion of APN 097-060-037-000, APN 097-060-038-000 and APN 097-130-044-000).

3.    Adopted Resolution 2022-167 (same resolution) establishing a direct charge to the two common area parcels created for Homewood Lot 3 (APN 097-140-003-000) and Lot 5 (A portion of APN 097-060-037-000, APN 097-060-038-000 and APN 097-130-044-000) in the amount of $4,625 each for the purposes of Maintenance of Class 1 Trail and Beaches, and for National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Water Quality Monitoring Program.

MOTION: Holmes/Gore/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

10:50 a.m.

8.    COUNTY EXECUTIVE

A.    Arts Council of Placer County | Amendment to Consultant Services Agreement

1.    Approved and authorized the County Executive Officer, or designee, to execute an Amendment to the 2021-2023 Agreement with Arts Council of Placer County, to increase the contract by an additional $42,500 for the period of July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023, for a new annual total not to exceed amount of $248,100 and amending Scope of Work.

2.    Approved a FY 2022-23 Budget Amendment #AM-00681 for CC10006 - Economic Development in the amount of $42,500 and cancel General Fund Reserves in the amount of $42,500.

MOTION: Holmes/Jones/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

DEPARTMENT ITEMS to be considered for action as time allows

 

9.    HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

A.    Electronic Health Record Agreement with California Mental Health Services Authority

1.    Approved Budget Amendment Number AM-00680 in the amount of $1,265,306 within the appropriate accounts of the Health and Human Services Department’s FY 2022-23 Final Budget.

2.    Approved an agreement with California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) for the development and implementation of a Semi-Statewide Electronic Health Record System in an amount not to exceed, $3,406,353 for the period of March 18, 2022 through March 18, 2029, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to execute the agreement with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence, and to sign subsequent amendments up to $100,000 consistent with the subject matter and scope of work with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence.

MOTION: Holmes/Gore/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

10.  PUBLIC WORKS

A.    Highway 49 Design Sewer Maintenance District 1 | Contract Amendment with Stantec Consulting Services

1.    Approved a contract amendment with Stantec Consulting Services, Contract Number 13853, for $391,503 for a total contract amount not to exceed $973,531. 

2.    Authorized the Director of Public Works, or designee, to execute changes to the contract up to $97,350 consistent with the County Procurement Policy Manual.

3.    Approved a FY 2022-23 Budget Amendment #AM-00672 for CC12012 - Sewer Maintenance District 1, Project No. PJ01560, in the amount of $488,853 and canceled Sewer Maintenance District 1 Infrastructure Reserves (FD21000, OT991012) in the amount of $488,853.

MOTION: Holmes/Jones/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

 

11.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Cure and Correct Letter

1.    Authorized the Chair to execute a letter to Donald Mooney of the Law Offices of Donald Mooney providing an unconditional commitment not to violate the Ralph M. Brown Act with respect to meetings of the Development Review Committee.

MOTION: Jones/Holmes/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

12.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE

A.    River Fire

1.    Adopted Resolution 2022-168 to terminate a Local Emergency in Placer County due to the River Fire and rescind Resolution 2021-280 in its entirety.

2.    Adopted Resolution 2022-169 to terminate a Local Health Emergency Declaration by Placer County due to the River Fire and rescind Resolution 2021-292 in its entirety.

3.    Introduced an uncodified Ordinance, waived oral reading, rescinding Urgency Ordinance Number 6107-B that established regulations for the conduct of wildfire hazard trees and debris removal resulting from the 2021 River Fire.

MOTION: Jones/Holmes/Unanimous Roll Call Vote 5:0

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

13.  COUNTY COUNSEL/ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION: Pursuant to the cited authority (all references are to the Government Code), the Board of Supervisors will hold a closed session to discuss the following listed items.  A report of any action taken will be presented prior to adjournment.

 

(A)  GOVERNMENT CODE §54956.9 – CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL

1.    Existing Litigation (Government Code §54956.9(d)(1)):

(a)   LC3S Inc. dba Brookfields Restaurant v. County of Placer, et al

Placer County Superior Court Case No. SCV-0046636

The Board heard a report and provided direction by a 5-0 vote.

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

2.    Anticipated Litigation:

(b)   Potential exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(2) of Government Code §54956.9:  One potential case

The Board heard a report and provided direction by a 5-0 vote.

AYES: Gore, Weygandt, Holmes, Jones, Gustafson

 

CONSENT ITEMS

All items on the Consent Agenda have been recommended for approval by the County Executive Department.  The Board convened as the Board of Directors of the Placer Vineyards Park and Recreation District for Item #27.A. All items will be approved by a single roll call vote.  Anyone may ask to address Consent items prior to the Board taking action, and the item may be moved for discussion.

 

14.  AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION

A.    ITEM PULLED FOR DISCUSSION CAL FIRE California Climate Investments Forest Health Grant Program

1.    Adopt a Resolution ratifying the submission of a grant application to CAL FIRE California Climate Investments Forest Health grant program in the amount of $1,187,704.95 for the Placer County French Meadows Ecological Restoration project and authorizing the Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer, or designee, to execute any required documents including, but not limited to, agreements or amendments necessary to complete the project.

 

15.  AUDITOR

A.    Interest-Bearing Loans from Traffic Mitigation Fees Funds

1.    Adopted Ordinance 6153-B, introduced on July 12, 2022, modifying County Code Chapter 15, Article 15.28, Section 15.28.030(P) to include “interest-bearing” loans between lending fee districts.

 

B.    FY 2022-23 County Funds in Workday

1.    Adopted Resolution 2022-157 approving the funds available as attached to the staff report in the Placer County Workday Financials Enterprise Resource Planning system as of July 1, 2022, for FY 2022-23.

 

16.  BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

A.    Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy

1.    Adopted Resolution 2022-158 documenting County support for and contributions toward the work and continued services of the Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy and the expansion of its volunteer ranks.

 

17.  CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNTY

A.    Rejected the following claim(s), as recommended by the offices of County Counsel and Risk Management::

1.    CNDA 22-00070 Jara, Matthew (Bodily Injury) $100,000.00

2.    CNDA 22-00088 Bell, William (Property Damage) $799.00

3.    CNDA 22-00091 Franklin, Michael (Personal Injury) $3,000,000.00

4.    CNDA 22-00093 State Farm ASO Winter, Peter (Property Damage) $2,239.34

5.    CNDA 22-00094 Slane, David (Property Damage) $18,924.01

 

18.  CLERK OF THE BOARD

A.    Minutes

1.    Approved the minutes of June 27, 2022

2.    Approved the minutes of June 28, 2022

3.    Approved the minutes of July 12, 2022

 

19.  CLERK-RECORDER-ELECTIONS

A.    Election Results | June 7, 2022

1.    Received the County Clerk-Recorder-Registrar of Voters’ Certificate of Election Results and Official Final Results for the June 7, 2022, Statewide Direct Primary Election

 

20.  COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS

A.    Area 4 Agency on Aging Advisory Council

1.    Approved the reappointment of Jim Williams to Seat #1, and David Wiltsee to Seat #5, representing the Board of Supervisors, on the Placer County Area 4 Agency on Aging Advisory Council.

 

21.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Amendment to Placer County Code, Chapter 16 Resulting from Senate Bill 9

1.    Adopted Ordinance 6154-B, introduced on July 12, 2022, to amend Chapter 16 of the Placer County Code, Article 16.20 pertaining to Senate Bill 9.

 

22.  COUNTY COUNSEL

A.    Petition to Rescind Tax Sale of 9005 N. Lake Blvd., Kings Beach, CA 96143

1.    Adopted Resolution 2022-159 appointing and authorizing William Wright, Esq. of the Law Offices of William Wright to act as the county officer on behalf of the Board of Supervisors to conduct a hearing pursuant to California Revenue and Taxation Code § 3731(b) on the Petition of Veritel Homes, LLC and Ken Joiret to Rescind the Tax Sale of 9005 N. Lake Blvd., Kings Beach, CA 96143 (APN 090-232-016-000) and issue a decision subject to Board approval; require the County Auditor to record each act performed under the authorization of the Resolution; and adopting Administrative Rules and Procedures to use to conduct the hearing.

2.    Authorized the County Purchasing Manager to execute a contract with William Wright, Esq. of the Law Offices of William Wright to provide the services described in the Resolution in an amount not to exceed $15,000 subject to Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence and to execute subsequent amendments consistent with the subject matter and scope of work up to an additional $5,000 with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence.

 

23.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE

A.    East Placer Lease to Locals Pilot Program | Agreement with Landing, Inc.

1.    Adopted Resolution 2022-160 approving the East Placer Lease to Locals Pilot Program Guidelines.

2.    Approved an agreement with Landing, Inc. for the marketing and implementation of the Program in the amount of $95,000 for a one-year period.

3.    Approved a FY 2022-23 Budget Amendment #AM-00676 for CC10020 – Tahoe Economic and Community Enhancement budget in the amount of $500,000 and cancel Tahoe Economic and Community Enhancement Fund Reserves in the amount of $500,000.

 

24.  HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

A.    External Evaluation Services | Agreement with The Indigo Project

1.    Approved an agreement with The Indigo Project to provide external evaluation services, as a result of RFP #20280, in a maximum amount not to exceed $150,000 from August 1, 2022 through October 31, 2023, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to execute the agreement with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence and to sign subsequent amendments up to $15,000 consistent with the subject matter and scope of work with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence.

 

B.    Substance Use Treatment Services | Agreement with Native Alliance of the Sierra Nevada Foothills

1.    Approved an agreement with Native Alliance of the Sierra Nevada Foothills for substance use treatment services from July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2024 in an amount not to exceed $81,000, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to execute the agreement with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence, and to sign subsequent amendments up to $8,100, consistent with the subject matter and scope of work with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence.

 

C.    Reappointments to the Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board

1.    Approved the reappointments of Lisa Cataldo, Family Member, District 5, Seat 4 and Claire Buckley, Consumer, District 5, Seat 3 to the Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board.

 

D.    California Department of Public Health Grants Funding Extensions

1.    Adopted Resolution 2022-161:

a.    Accepting the funding period extension notice from the California Department of Public Health for the Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity Enhancing Detection funding to support the public health response to COVID-19 to extend the term an additional twenty months for a revised period of May 18, 2020 through July 31, 2024, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to accept subsequent amendments not to exceed $100,000, and up to an additional twelve month term, consistent with the subject matter and scope of work with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence.

b.    Accepting the funding period extension notice from California Department of Public Health for the Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity Enhancing Detection Expansion funding to support the public health response to COVID-19 to extend the term an additional year for a revised period of January 15, 2021 through July 31, 2024, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to accept subsequent amendments not to exceed $100,000, and up to an additional twelve month term, consistent with the subject matter and scope of work with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence.

 

25.  HUMAN RESOURCES

A.    Compensation Adjustments for Various Employee Units and Associated Updates to Chapter 3

1.    Adopted uncodified Ordinance 6155-B, introduced July 12, 2022, implementing compensation adjustments for Elected Department Heads.

2.    Adopted uncodified Ordinance 6156-B, introduced July 12, 2022, implementing compensation adjustments for classified and unclassified Management employees, including Appointed Department Heads.

3.    Adopted uncodified Ordinance 6157-B, introduced July 12, 2022, amending the Schedule of Classifications and Compensation Ordinance related to salary compaction in the District Attorney and Facilities Management departments.

4.    Adopted uncodified Ordinance 6158-B, introduced July 12, 2022, implementing benefit adjustments for Confidential employees.

5.    Adopted codified Ordinance 6159-B, introduced July 12, 2022, amending various sections of Placer County Code, Chapter 3, to implement compensation adjustments for unrepresented and Placer Public Employees Organization employees.

 

26.  PARKS AND OPEN SPACE

A.    Martis Valley Trail | Agreement with Far Western Anthropological Research Group

1.    Approved and authorized the Purchasing Manager, or designee, to execute an Agreement with Far Western Anthropological Research Group, Inc. as a result of Request for Proposals No. 20244, for the preparation of a Multiple Property Listing Document, in accordance with the National Register Bulletin 16B, and the design of an interpretive kiosk in conjunction with the Martis Valley Trail Project in the maximum amount of $165,000 for the period of July 1, 2022, through October 31, 2023.

 

B.    Park and Grounds Maintenance Services in the Tahoe Vista/Kings Beach Area | Agreement with North Tahoe Public Utility District

1.    Approved an Agreement with the North Tahoe Public Utility District for park and grounds maintenance services in the Tahoe Vista/Kings Beach area for the period of July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2027, with the option for a single one-year extension in a not-to-exceed base amount of $214,293 for FY 2022-23, and not to exceed the base amount plus a cost-of-living adjustment for subsequent years.

2.    Approved a FY 2022-23 budget amendment #AM-00666 for CC12015 - Parks and Grounds Maintenance in the amount of $73,419 and cancel General Fund reserves in the amount of $73,419.

3.    Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign all required documents.

 

27.  PLACER VINEYARDS PARK AND RECREATION DISTRICT

A.    Placer Vineyards Park and Recreation District | Adoption of a Conflict of Interest Code

1.    Adopted Resolution 2022-162 establishing a Conflict of Interest Code for the Placer Vineyards Park and Recreation District

 

28.  PUBLIC WORKS  

A.    Intention to Set Public Hearing | Annexation 8810 Cook Riolo Road into the Boundaries of County Service Area 28, Zone of Benefit 173 – Dry Creek

1.    Adopted Resolution of Intention 2022-163 to set a public hearing on August 23, 2022, at 9:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter, to consider annexation of 8810 Cook Riolo Road, located at the end of the southwest corner of Almond Blossom Lane and Cook Riolo Road, Roseville (APN 023-240-039-000), into the boundaries of County Service Area 28, Zone of Benefit 173 – Dry Creek to provide sewer service.

 

29.  REVENUE SHARINGIn 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.    Art League of Lincoln

1.    Approved appropriation of $1,350 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Art League of Lincoln as requested by Supervisor Gore ($500), Supervisor Weygandt ($500), Supervisor Jones ($100), and Supervisor Gustafson ($250).

 

B.    Auburn Chamber of Commerce

1.    Approved appropriation of $2,100 in Revenue Sharing monies to Auburn Chamber of Commerce 4th of July event as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($1,000), Supervisor Jones ($100), and Supervisor Gustafson ($1,000).

 

C.    Cowpoke Foundation

1.    Approved appropriation of $750 in Revenue Sharing monies to The Cowpoke Foundation, Fall Gathering event as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($500), Supervisor Jones ($100), and Supervisor Gustafson ($150). 

 

D.    Placer County Council Navy League of the United States - Veterans Day Parade

1.    Approved appropriation of $800 in Revenue Sharing monies to Placer County Council Navy League of the United States, Auburn Area Veterans Day Parade as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($250), Supervisor Jones ($250), and Supervisor Gustafson ($300). 

 

E.    Placer County Council Navy League of the United States - STEM Program

1.    Approved appropriation of $1,850 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Placer County Council Navy League of the Unites States STEM Program as requested by Supervisor Gore ($500), Supervisor Weygandt ($250), Supervisor Holmes ($500), Supervisor Jones ($250), and Supervisor Gustafson ($350).

 

F.    Silver Wishes, Inc.

1.    Approved appropriation of $1,600 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Silver Wishes, Inc. as requested by Supervisor Gore ($250), Supervisor Weygandt ($1,000), Supervisor Holmes ($250), and Supervisor Jones ($100). 

 

G.   William Jessup University

1.    Approved appropriation of $2,000 in Revenue Sharing monies to William Jessup University, President’s Dinner as requested by Supervisor Weygandt ($500), Supervisor Holmes ($500), Supervisor Jones ($500), and Supervisor Gustafson ($500). 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT – To next regular meeting, on August 9, 2022.

 

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ UPCOMING MEETING SCHEDULE:

 

August 9, 2022

August 23, 2022

September 13, 2022

September 27, 2022

October 11, 2022

October 24, 2022 (Tahoe)

October 25, 2022 (Tahoe)

November 8, 2022

November 22, 2022

December 6, 2022

December 13, 2022

 

Materials related to an item on this Agenda submitted to the Board after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection at the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Office, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, during normal business hours.  Placer County is committed to ensuring that persons with disabilities are provided the resources to participate fully in its public meetings. If you are hearing impaired, we have listening devices available. If you require additional disability-related modifications or accommodations, including auxiliary aids or services, please contact the Clerk of the Board.  If requested, the agenda shall be provided in appropriate alternative formats to persons with disabilities.  All requests must be in writing and must be received by the Clerk five business days prior to the scheduled meeting for which you are requesting accommodation. Requests received after such time will be accommodated only if time permits.

 

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·         The public may always email comments to the Clerk of the Board [email protected] or mail the same through the U.S. Postal Service to the County, Attn: Clerk of the Board, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603.

·         All written or emailed public comments received prior to 5 p.m. the day prior to the meeting will be provided to the Board members electronically or in written format.

·         Emails received through the Clerk’s email address above during the meeting will still become part of the record for the Board meeting and retained by the Clerk.

·         The public may always view a live video feed of the meeting online from the comfort/safety of their own home or workplace at www.placer.ca.gov . Closed captioning is available.

·         Board meeting agendas are publicly posted for review on the county website at https://www.placer.ca.gov/7705/_2022