Lake County News, Calif .– Supervisors to appoint vision forum committee members and interview public health worker candidates
LAKE COUNTY, Calif .– The oversight board will consider on Tuesday appointing members to a vision forum committee, interviewing candidates for the public health officer position, and considering extending a license to use for a cell tower project.
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On Tuesday’s consent agenda, the board is expected to approve the advisory board appointments to the community vision forum planning committee.
The representative of the Town of Clearlake will be Mayor Dirk Slooten and City Councilor Mireya Turner will represent the Town of Lakeport.
Staff reviewed the candidates with the board and finalized their recommendations, which include appointing tribal representatives, Sally Peterson of Middletown Rancheria and Beniakem Cromwell of Robinson Rancheria, and General Members Angela Cuellar-Marroquin, Delores Farrell, JoAnn Saccato and Sue Williams.
The group will be responsible for planning community vision forums focused on promoting tolerance, respect, equity and inclusion in Lake County.
At 9:05 am, council will hold a public hearing to consider extending a license to use a cell tower project at 9475 Mojave Trail, Kelseyville.
Horizon Tower Limited LLC is requesting a one-year extension to the operating license, which allows for an 85-foot-tall âtree pole towerâ. The Lake County Planning Commission approved the project in January 2019 and the Supervisory Board denied an appeal for the project in April 2019. The permit is valid for two years and will expire on April 23.
Also on Tuesday, in a closed session, the board will interview candidates for public health officer positions and may announce an appointment, based on the text of the agenda.
Public health officer Dr Gary Pace is leaving his post in the county at the end of the month.
The full agenda follows.
5.1: Second Reading of the Amendment to the Commercial Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance for People Affected by the Agricultural Land Protection Zone, Chapter 21, Section 27.13 (at) 1 (vi).
5.2: Approve the concept, the modification of the uniform and clothing purchasing policy and Annex A, and ask the director of human resources to lead the meeting and conference process with our union representatives.
5.3: Pass a resolution to seek approval of an agreement with University of California regents to conduct a statewide investigation of invasive blasthole drillers in the amount of $ 21,526 $ for the period from March 31, 2021 to March 31, 2022.
5.4: Approve Addendum # 2 to the Commercial Lease Agreement between Lake County and Big Oak Center LLC to allow adjustment of the rental payment for the property located at 13340 E. Highway 20, # 0, Clearlake Oaks, Calif. And authorize the chair board to sign.
5.5: (a) Waive the formal tendering process, in accordance with Section 38.2 of the Lake County Code, as it is not in the public interest due to the unique nature of the goods or services ; and (b) approve the agreement between Lake County and Alameda County Crisis Support Services for Crisis Support Services for the fiscal year 2021-2022 for a maximum contract of 72,624 $ and authorize the chairman of the board to sign the agreement.
5.6: (a) Waive the formal tendering process, in accordance with Section 38.2 of the Lake County Code, as it is not in the public interest due to the unique nature of the property or services ; and (b) approve the agreement between Lake County and IDEA Consulting for professional consulting services for the fiscal year 2021-2022 for a maximum contract of $ 40,000 and authorize the chair of the council to sign the agreement.
5.7: (a) Waive the formal tendering process in accordance with Section 38.2 of the Lake County Code as it is not in the public interest due to the unique nature of the goods or services ; and (b) approve the first amendment to the agreement between Lake County and the Sutter Psychiatric Center for acute psychiatric hospital services and professional services associated with acute psychiatric hospitalizations for the fiscal year 2020-2021. for a reduction of the maximum contract from $ 250,000 to $ 100,000 and authorize the Chairman of the Board to sign the agreement.
5.8: (a) Waive the formal tendering process, in accordance with Section 38.2 of the Lake County Code, as it is not in the public interest due to the unique nature of the goods or services ; and (b) approve Amendment One to the Agreement between Lake County and Davis Guest Home for Adult Residential Support Services and Specialized Mental Health Services for the fiscal year 2020-2021 for a reduction in the maximum contract to $ 200,000 and authorize the Chairman of the Board to sign the amendment.
5.9: (a) Waive the formal tendering process, in accordance with Section 38.2 of the Lake County Code, as it is not in the public interest due to the unique nature of the property or services ; and (b) approve the Agreement between Lake County and the Mother-Wise Program (Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders) for the fiscal year 2021-2022 for a maximum contract of $ 125,000 and authorize the chairman of the board to be signed.
5.10: Approve the appointments of the Advisory Board to the Planning Committee of the Community Vision Forum.
5.11: Approve amendment three to the agreement between Lake County and the Kelseyville Motel for COVID-19 emergency isolation housing and authorize the chairman of the board to sign.
5.12: Pass a resolution authorizing the Lake County Watershed Protection District to apply for the Water Safety and Law Enforcement Equipment Grant Program grant.
5.13: Adopt resolution amending resolution 2020-134, allocation of sheriff / coroner position 2201 to add a deputy sergeant-sheriff due to imminent retirement due to industrial disability.
5.14: (a) Abandon the normal sealed tendering process under Order No. 2406, section 38.2 as it is not in the public interest due to the unique nature of the goods; (b) adopt the resolution amending resolution n Â° 2020-133 to amend the adopted budget for the fiscal year 2020-21 by allocating unforeseen income in budget unit 2301 – Sheriff / Jail Facilities, (c) approving the purchase replacement tasers and (d) authorize the Sheriff or his representative to issue a purchase order to Axom Enterprises in the amount of $ 119,868.10.
5.15: Approve the withdrawal of the drug from Sheriff K-9 Dozer to his manager Sgt. Dennis Keithly for the cost of $ 1 per section 2.6.5 of the DSA MOU.
6.2, 9:06 am: Public hearing, continued from April 13, 2021 – discussion and examination of the extension of the use permit, File n Â° UPX 21-01 and CE 21-01, Extends UP 18-01; located at 9475 Mojave Trail, Kelseyville, APN # 009-004-21.
7.2: (a) Consideration of the purchase of communication equipment to be installed at various repeater sites in the amount of $ 21,502.52 and (b) authorize the sheriff or his representative to issue purchase orders to Daniel’s Electronics and L3 Harris.
IN CAMERA SESSION
8.1: Conference with Legal Advisor: Significant Exposure to Litigation Pursuant to Section 54956.9 (d) (2), (e) (1) of the Government Code – A Potential Case.
8.2: Conference with Legal Advisor: Existing Litigation under Section 54956.9 (d) (1) Government Code – Center for Biological Diversity v. County of Lake, et al.
8.3: Conference with Legal Counsel: Existing Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9 (d) (1) – California Native Plant Society v. County of Lake, et al.
8.4: Appointment of a public employee in accordance with Article 54957 (b) (1) of the Government Code: (a) Interviews with the public health officer (b) appointment of a public health officer.