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Call to Order
Roll Call
Closed Session Agenda
1. Pursuant to Govt. Code § 54956.9(d)(1), conference with legal counsel regarding existing litigation: County of Calaveras v. Tiscornia Ranches Limited Partnership, et al., Calaveras County Superior Court Case No. 20CV45113.
2. Pursuant to Govt. Code § 54956.9(d)(2), conference with legal counsel re anticipated litigation (one case) – significant exposure to litigation.
3. Pursuant to Govt. Code § 54957.6, conference with County-designated labor negotiators Teresa Hitchcock, Marcos Munoz, and Judy Hawkins regarding the following employee organizations: Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1021; Sheriff’s Management Unit (SMU); Calaveras County Public Safety Employees Association (CCPSEA); Deputy Sheriffs’ Association (DSA); Calaveras Management Union; Calaveras Supervisors Union; unrepresented employees.
Pledge of Allegiance
Staff Announcements
This is a time for County staff to provide updates of upcoming County events that may be of interest to the public.
Recognition and Acknowledgments
4. Adopt a Proclamation recognizing the 2024 Valedictorian and Salutatorian from Bret Harte High School.
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5. Adopt a proclamation declaring April 2024 as Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month in Calaveras County.
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General Public Comment - 30 Minutes
Consent Agenda
6. Minutes of Feb 27, 2024 9:00 AM
7. Minutes of Mar 12, 2024 9:00 AM
8. Minutes of Mar 26, 2024 8:00 AM
9. Authorize the Board Chair to sign a Letter of Opposition regarding AB 2882 to Assembly Member McCarty.
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a. AB2882 Opposition Letter
10. By a 4/5 vote, 1) find exempt from CEQA, and 2) adopt a resolution establishing updated facility use rates, fees, & charges for use of land and facilities at the Maury Rasmussen Field - Calaveras County Airport, effective July 1, 2024.
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a. Exhibit "A" Airport Lease Fees and Rates Effective July 1, 2024
11. Adopt a Resolution authorizing the County Executive Officer to apply to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for $14,300,000 in Environmental and Climate Justice Community Change Grant (Community Change Grant) funds. This grant would be used to install solar arrays, battery storage systems, electric vehicle charging stations, energy efficient heating and cooling systems, and other infrastructure/upgrades to twelve (12) community facilities.
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a. CEJST and EPA-IRA maps
12. (1) Find exempt from CEQA; (2) Authorize and approve the application for and acceptance of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Program Grants in the amount of $585,000 for installation of a 200kW solar photovoltaic array, backup battery storage, related equipment, and two Level 3 EV chargers; and (3) direct the County Executive Officer, or designee, to administer the grant, approve the advertisement for competitive bidding on the solar project, and sign and submit all required documents.
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a. Airport Map and location of panels
13. 1) Authorize County Nuisance Abatement on property owned by Susan Kim Grover Trustee, in case number CE23-0250, related to the property located at No Situs Address, San Andreas; APN 042-010-020; 2) Authorize Code Compliance to abate all existing Code violations on the property and specially assess the abatement costs against the property; and 3) Authorize recordation of Notice of Abatement Lien against the property to recover administrative and costs of abatement if not paid by the owner within the timeline prescribed.
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a. Attachment A
b. Attachment B1
c. Attachment B2
d. Attachment C1
e. Attachment C2
14. Authorize the Board Chair to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between Calaveras County and Friends of the Calaveras County Library.
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b. 20190409-4462 Original MOU
c. Signed MOU
15. Authorize the Board Chair to sign Amendment 01 to the Agreement with Aurora Behavioral Healthcare for specialty mental health services increasing the amount from $200,000 to $1,300,000 for the two year period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2024.
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a. 20231128-7615 AFTER MEETING
b. Aurora A01 Exp. 6-30-24
16. Authorize 1) the Board Chair to execute an agreement with The Resource Connection of Amador and Calaveras Counties, Inc., for the provision of the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program for Foster Children for the not-to-exceed amount of $277,304 for the period of July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2025; and 2) the Director of Health and Human Services to execute amendments thereto after internal approvals have been obtained, so long as the not-to-exceed amount does not increase.
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a. TRC Amador and Calaveras Counties Inc. - Emergency Child Care Bridge Agmt Exp. 6.30.25 for BOS
17. Adopt a Resolution to Recognize April 2024 as Fair Housing Month and Reaffirm the County's commitment to fulfill the obligations to affirmatively further fair housing in all County programs and services related to housing and community development.
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a. Fair-Housing-Brochure_English
b. federal-hud-fair-housing-poster
c. HUD-Fair-Housing-Month-2024-Poster-HC
18. Adopt an amended Resolution authorizing the Industrial Disability Retirement of Sergeant Laurie Murray.
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19. Adopt a resolution to continue an agreement with the Franchise Tax Board - Court Ordered Debt Collections Program for the purpose of the collection of unpaid court ordered fines, forfeitures, and penalties by the Franchise Tax Board.
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a. 20210427r044-AFTER MEETING
b. FTB contract and scope of work 4.1.24 3.31.27
20. 1) Adopt the plans and specifications for construction of the 2024 Paving Program for District 1 Roads, District 5 Roads, CSA 1, CSA 4, and CSA 12; 2) Authorize the Director of Public Works to incorporate any final changes into the bid documents before advertising for bids; 3) Authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit formal construction bids; and 4) Find exempt from CEQA.
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a. 2024 Paving - PS&E PR
b. 2024 Paving - Special Provisions 95%
c. 2024 Paving Program - In House Plans 95%
21. Adopt a list of projects proposed to receive SB1 Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Act funding for FY 2024-25.
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22. Adopt the 2024 Department of Public Works Captial Improvement Program.
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a. 2024 Public Works Final CIP Update Report 4-23-2024
23. 1) Adopt the plans and specifications for construction of the Valley Springs School Safety Improvements Project; 2) Authorize the Director of Public Works to incorporate any final changes into the bid documents before advertising for bids; 3) Authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit formal construction bids; and 4) Find exempt from CEQA.
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a. Valley Springs School Safety Improvements Plans
b. Valley Springs School Safety Improvement 100% SSPs
24. 1) Accept an one-time augmentation of grant funds in the amount of $150,472.19 from the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Division of Boating & Waterways (DBW); 2) Approve Budget Transfer Form for the increase in allocation of revenue and expenditures in the Marine Safety Budget Unit 10100360; and 3) Authorize the Sheriff's Office and Purchasing Agent to issue purchase orders (POs) to acquire a scan sonar device and boat metal cart port for the Boat Barn, two new capital purchases, and include these capital purchases in the official FY2023-24 Budget Capital Asset Requests list. Requires a 4/5th affirmative vote of the Board.
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a. DBW's 2024 One-Time Augmentation Payment Memo
Regular Agenda
25. Conduct a public hearing and adopt a Resolution of Necessity finding and determining the public interest and necessity require the State Route 4 Wagon Trail Project (Project); the Project is planned and located in the manner most compatible with the greatest public good and the least private injury; the extension of two Temporary Construction Easements [17255-7 on Assessor's Parcel No.053-007-032 and 17257-4 on Assessor's Parcel No. 053-001-018] for two additional years is necessary to complete construction of the Project; and a 7267.2 offer was made to the Owners. Adoption of a Resolution of Necessity requires a 4/5 affirmative vote by the Board of Supervisors.
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a. Exhibit A-3
b. Exhibit B-3
c. 04-12-24 Notice of Resolution of Necessity Letter
26. Approve a resolution of the County Board of Supervisors of the County of Calaveras authorizing the County Executive Officer to execute agreements with the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration for implementation of Measure A, a local transaction and use tax.
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a. 01_County_Preparatory Agreement_EXHIBIT A
b. 02_County_Administration Agreement_EXHIBIT B
27. Approve a resolution of the County Board of Supervisors of the County of Calaveras authorizing examination of sales and use tax records related to the administration and collection for Measure A.
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28. 1) Introduce and waive first reading of an ordinance repealing Chapter 9.22 of Calaveras County Ordinance Code related to Cannabis Background Clearance Badges, 2) find ordinance exempt from CEQA, and 3) authorize a summary publication of the ordinance.
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a. Chapter_9.22 strikethroughs
b. CBCB Repeal Ordinance
c. Notice of Ordinance Amendment
Supervisor Announcements
In compliance with Govt. Code § 53232.3(d), Board members shall provide brief reports on any meetings attended at the expense of the local agency, and may make other announcements or report out.