Maureen Mulheren

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Weekly Update #24 - June 15, 2021

Posted on June 15, 2021 at 11:50 PM Comments comments (120)

Here is what I was up to this week.

 

Wednesday:

Budget Hearings Continued:

June 9, 2021

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA

1. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.)

1a) Roll Call

1b) Pledge of Allegiance

 

2. PROCLAMATIONS 

None 

 

3. PUBLIC EXPRESSION

3a) Public Expression 

No tele-comment 

 

4. CONSENT CALENDAR 

 

5. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS

5a) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Approval of the Mendocino County Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22, Including All Recommended Actions and Adjustments (Sponsors: Executive Office and Auditor-Controller) Recommended Action: Approve the FY 2021-22 Mendocino County Proposed Budget as recommended, and direct the Auditor-Controller to prepare the required documents for adoption of the FY 2021-22 Final Budget on June 22, 2021. 06-07-21 REVISED Proposed Presentation 2021-22 06-07-21 REVISED FY 21-22 Proposed Report-Revised FY 21-22 Proposed Report Sheriff’s Office BU 2310 BOS PRESENTATION Attachment A CalAIM Presentation Cannabis Program DOT BOS Budget Presentation 6-8-21 PBS Budget Power Point- BOS 6-9-21 Proposed Presentation 2021-22 MCEO Affidavit 6580630 Attachments:

Receive presentations -

DA Eyster working with CEO Angelo and the County Team to figure out to enforce illegal grows with civil mitigation for especially around water and the environmental crimes

Planning & Building - Ad Hoc agrees with direction of department and hoping to seek qualified staff to move forward as Cannabis is now its own department

Cannabis Program - the Cannabis program will be taking on the cannabis permitting activities and will bring back a recommended budget as a stand alone department 

MCSO - Need to incorporate OT in to budget, work to recruit resident deputies and work with CEO to create a vehicle replacement plan as well as come up with a plan to streamline IT as well as keep things confidential for the department 

DOT - Need additional funds for grant match. I will work with Supervisor Williams to figure out an ongoing funding source

 

5b) Discussion and Possible Action Including Recommendation from the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Advisory Board to Move From the Current HHSA Structure to a Two Department Model of Social Services and Health Services (Sponsor: Health and Human Services Agency) Recommended Action: Accept recommendation from HHSA Advisory Board to move from the current HHSA structure to a two department model of Social Services and Health Services. Attachments: PowerPoint 

 

Move forward with Two Department Model and review 3 departments in a workshop format during Strategic Planning Process

 

5c) Discussion and Possible Action Including Direction to Staff Regarding California Coastal Commission Recommended Modifications to the Local Coastal Program Amendment, GP_2018-0003/OA_2018-0009, to Establish Regulations for Accessory Dwelling Units in the Coastal Zone of Mendocino County (Sponsor: Planning and Building Services) Recommended Action: Discuss and provide direction to staff, regarding California Coastal Commission recommended modifications to the Local Coastal Program Amendment. GP_2018-0003/OA_2018-0009, to establish regulations for Accessory Dwelling Units in the Coastal Zone of Mendocino County. 2. Memo to BOS 6.9.2021 FINAL ATT 1 Coastal Commission Filing Letter (3-30-20) ATT 2-Draft LUP Suggested Modifications for Mendocino ADU LCPA (5-21-21) ATT 3- Draft IP Suggested Modifications for Mendocino ADU LCPA (5-21-21) ATT 4-Table of Friendly Modifications Attachments:

 

Approve Recommended Action, try for 100 ft distance for ADU 

 

5d) Chief Executive Officer's Report (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Accept the Chief Executive Officer's report.

Last Meeting

 

5e) Discussion and Possible Action Including Review, Adoption, Amendment, Consideration or Ratification of Legislation Pursuant to the Adopted Legislative Platform (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Provide direction to staff on matters of legislation.

Last meeting

 

6. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND MISCELLANEOUS

6a) Discussion and Possible Action Including Approval of a Submitted Proposal to Facilitate the Strategic Planning Process for Mendocino County; and Conduction of an Interview with Applicant Bischoff Performance Improvement Consulting and The HR Matrix, LLC; and Direction to Staff to Negotiate the Contract Scope of Work for Approval at the Next Available Board of Supervisors Meeting (Sponsor: Strategic Plan Ad Hoc Consisting of Supervisors Haschak and McGourty) Recommended Action: Approve submitted proposal to facilitate the strategic planning process for Mendocino County; conduct an interview with applicant Bischoff Performance Improvement Consulting and The HR Matrix, LLC; and direct staff to negotiate the contract scope of work for approval at the next available Board of Supervisors meeting. Bischoff-HR Matrix Mendo County Strat Plan Proposal 5.28.21 Scoring Rubric - Fillable 06-06-21 MCA Correspondence Attachments:

 

Approve, scope of work 

 

6b) Supervisors’ Reports Regarding Board Special Assignments, Standing and Ad Hoc Committee Meetings, and Other Items of General Interest

 

 

7. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MATTERS 

 

9. CLOSED SESSION Any public reports of action taken in the closed session will be made in accordance with Government Code sections 54957.1.

9a) Pursuant to Government Code 54957 - Threat to Public Services or Facilities - Consultation with Carmel J. Angelo, Heather Correll, Lindsey Daugherty, Darcie Antle and Janelle Rau

9b) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 - Conference with Labor Negotiator - Agency Negotiators: Carmel J. Angelo, Jenine Miller, Cherie Johnson and William Schurtz; Employee Organization(s): All

9c) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation: Significant Exposure to Litigation: One Case

9d) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation: Significant Exposure to Litigation: One Case

9e) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation: One Case - Amanda Carley v. County of Mendocino, et al. - Case No. A154713

9f) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Initiation of Litigation: One Case

9g) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Initiation of Litigation: One Case

 

Direction to staff

 

10. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED AND FILED

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

 

 

Thursday:

Coffee and Conversation as you know I start every Thursday morning with a Zoom meeting at 7:15am. I was only joined by one person. You can join me every Thursday the Meeting ID is 7079548230 and Password is LOCAL707

This was also our regularly scheduled Mendocino Business and Government Leaders Discussion. With the reopening looming we decided to meet only on the Third Thursday. We discussed the confusion around masking mandates and what is to come. I will do my best to share the information on my Mo4Mendo page on Facebook as that is the easiest to update. Please make sure you are following it. https://www.facebook.com/mo4mendo/

In the afternoon I attended the City of Ukiah Local Road Safety Plan Meeting. MCOG has contracted to create a County wide road analysis to identify safety challenges. You can visit their website and plug in where your concerns are located. https://www.mendocinosaferoads.com/

I also attended the monthly EDFC Meeting. We met the THIRD member of the team. Excited to see how the organization moves forward.

If you missed the Drought Ad Hoc meeting with Supervisors McGourty and Haschak you can watch a replay on YouTube https://youtu.be/57ChtmLJDUI

I did attend a meeting regarding Russian River Curtailment presented by the State Water Resources Board you can find it Here: https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/

The IWPC meeting was focused on the need to advocate for data centered water restrictions and removing illegal cannabis water users

 

Friday:

I went on a tour of the Jail. Met with Captain Pearce to hear about the plans for expansion and with Rebecca from NaphCare

From the jail to a Cannabis Farm Tour. I went to a farm in Potter Valley that uses Mixed Light to check out their hoop houses and greenhouses. Still plenty to learn when it comes to the “Mixed Light” piece of the Mendo Cannabis Industry.

Supervisor McGourty and I met with Senator McGuire for coffee in the afternoon to talk about our first six months on the job.

Friday night was the Ukiah High Prom. That’s not Supervisor related but I’m so happy they got to have a prom even with a slight sprinkle. They had a great time.

 

Saturday:

Saturday morning my youngest daughter Andie and I went to the community trash clean up at Building Bridges. This is where the community and shelter guests can work together to keep the neighborhood clean on the Second Saturdays. I hope you’ll join in next time. We start at 9am

 

Sunday:

More meeting prep for the General Government meeting.

 

Monday:

General Government meeting with Supervisor Williams. Direct staff to find a consultant to update all County social media policies for official posting and for what is or isn’t allowed with employees. Direct cannabis staff to help update the Legislative Platform to improve the opportunities for Cannabis businesses in Mendocino County.

At the NCRA there was Unanimous support of The Great Redwood Trail and Support for SB69.

 

Tuesday:

Today I spent the day catching up on meetings that I hadn’t been able to watch yet. You can find videos on YouTube at Mendocino County Video.

Weekly Update #23 - June 8, 2021

Posted on June 9, 2021 at 10:20 PM Comments comments (229)

Hi , I am a day late. There's a lot going on with Budget Hearings. Please forgive me.

 

As a reminder I am only one person that wants to share information about what I am working on in the community  so that we can work together to come up with solutions. Here is what I did last week. This does not represent "The Board" or "The County" just "The Mo You Know". I'm happy to hear from you my email is [email protected] and my cell is 707-391-3664, I'm terrible with voicemail. Text is best. 

 

Wednesday:

Cannabis Special Meeting

This reads like I speak, one long run on sentence.

Enjoy.

 

The BOS voted 4-1 to move the new Cannabis Ordinance referred to as CCAO (Commercial Cannabis Activity Land Use Development Ordinance) I wanted to provide my thoughts in a summary before the rumor mill started (all though I see its already started). I think the most important question I get asked is so What’s different? What makes the Board think they can fix the failure of the Phase 1 Ordinance? The following are my notes during the meeting of things that were standing out to me as questions or concerns I heard from the community though of course I’m happy to answer any questions. There are several things that are still open to discussion and feedback listed at the bottom if you have thoughts.

 

“The Ordinance with all of the amendments is a sincere attempt to incorporate the community concerns” - Chair Gjerde 6/2/21

I think this is incredibly important for people to understand. The Supervisors are not “going against” the community. We have heard and have incorporated where possible the changes the community is asking for. We know that not everyone will be happy and frankly we’ve made people on both sides of the 10% argument unhappy so in my opinion that means we’ve landed somewhere in the middle. I hope that people will slow down on the demand for a referendum and let the new ordinance be adopted and play out. Here are my thoughts on why I voted in favor of the ordinance.

 

The Hot Topic 10%

Since this seems to be the hot topic I will get started with 10%.  Please remember that there are many requirements for cannabis businesses and there is a lot of gossip of cannabis taking over 10% of the County and truly that‘s not how its going to work. The Board did vote to Approve an Appendix A table that includes the option of properties over 10 acres in RL and Ag to apply for a permit to cultivate cannabis on up to 10% of their property. We also voted to bring back a phased approach for expansion starting at 2 acres and creating a timeline to allow a scaling up over a period of (??? Don’t know yet but likely several years) at the next meeting possible, which looks like August. Because of the timeline with CEQA we can become more restrictive and not less, so this gives us an opportunity to work backwards rather than starting at two acres max from the get go. If a person owns over 10 acres in Ag land or Rangeland (most of Inland Mendo is in Rangeland, not because the soil is special, literally because someone drove around in the 80’s and declared it to be rangeland) they could apply for a Major Use Permit to cultivate cannabis on up to 10% of their property. Mind you this expansion is outdoors in the sun (just like vineyards, except for in this Mendo ordinance cannabis can't be expanded on bare land it has to be land that was already utilized for ag). The ability to cultivate mixed light is currently limited at 22,000 sq ft max (but at least two Supervisors want to further restrict that). Recognizing that California has drought cycles that can play a role in how a business operates and trying to mitigate the water concerns of the community any new project would need to have a water source on site, if they are drilling a well they will have to have a full hydrological study to show that their well won’t affect their neighbors and trucked water is not allowed except for in a disaster (not complete with the definition of that yet, so more to come).  The BOS heard the PCommish and the cannabis advocacy groups that called for a 2 acre limit so at the next possible meeting (late July or August before there is room on an agenda) the P Commish will consider how to create a phased approach starting at 2 acres (not until 2023 -  no new projects during this year’s drought and likely no one getting through the permitting process for 12-18 months (Yes, it takes that long for a major use project to get through, working on that too). Supervisor Gjerde suggested a 5 acre cap total with a roll out starting in 2026 for this phased approach. I think I’ve said it about 500 times and I will continue to say it, we need to let the projects that come forward guide the conversation instead of throwing out arbitrary numbers, that’s why I believe 10% make sense because it provides a ceiling but lets the business owner and property limitations decide canopy based on capacity. Let’s pause for a moment and discuss why people need that much cannabis in the first place. The way I see it there are basically two markets for cannabis products. There is the artisanal cottage grown flower that Mendocino County is known for. And there are products that come from manufacturing using the oils from the cannabis. The situation is that the manufacturing requires a lot of cannabis, I’ve heard 4-5,000 lbs per day. I know not everyone likes this but I do compare it to the wine industry where you need a lot of grapes to make wine so you also need a lot of cannabis to make oil. Did you know that vineyards can be as big as they want in any land use zone in Mendocino County? Well it matters and I wish we would talk about it more as our hillsides are bull dozed for more and more vines (which do use water BTW) just as much as we talk about Cannabis (anyone want to talk about that?). Back to cannabis though, Mendo’s challenge is that these large businesses are cultivating in other counties or getting large bulk flower from other places like Santa Barbara because we have been limited cultivation acreage in Mendo to 10,000 sq feet. So in my opinion we should allow the opportunity for that cultivation to happen locally so that our Mendo folks can have the jobs that come with it. Let’s talk about Santa Barbara for a moment. Do I want Mendo to become Santa Barbara? No. Full stop. (See below for an addition added after the weekend) The entire ordinance that has been created has steered the market in to outdoor sun grown cannabis. Part of the 2 acre conversation that will come back to the Board is the limiting of other mixed light license types in particular for expansion but also for Phase 3 generally. Even though I’ve never cultivated cannabis I do understand the need for mixed light facilities after many tours. I hope that the Board takes the time to carefully consider the variety of business models and the mitigation’s that can occur with these types of projects including sighting out of view, down shielding lights, canopy types etc. I realize that this seems all over the place but there are many pieces to the ordinance and I’m just trying to include the 6 months of conversations that I have participated in although this expansion has been discussed since 2017. I think that is another good point that Supervisor Williams brought up. Phase 3 already exists and its not this strict or limiting as what was approved today and we can’t keep postponing this new ordinance. Another important reason to move the ordinance forward now and then change it as we go along. Yes, we can change it in the future, specifically making it more strict. Supervisor McGourty started the conversation by saying that with this ordinance Mendocino County will actually have one of the most stringent application processes across the State. We know that the State of California also has very stringent regulations but I will note here that that isn’t what is seen on the ground today and that is a real problem, I recognize that as a challenge for the community.

 

“What’s different?” I think this Board has made it clear that Code Enforcement is a priority. There is now a plan that includes Code Enforcement, the Sheriff’s Office and the Cannabis Program to work together to remove the most egregious actors first. I believe the funding for that will be coming forward in the budget discussion. The Board has also approved moving forward with a near real time satellite system to levy fees on illegal cultivators. This is all good but we also need to have a legal path forward for businesses that want to get in to the regulated market if we want to capture the potential tax revenue. 

 

So what else is different? Frankly new leadership on the BOS & with the Cannabis Program. Its not as if I think having two new Supervisors waves some magical wand and suddenly code enforcement and the cannabis program are fixed over night. I think the political will clearly says two things: we want as many businesses as possible to get in to the regulated system and we want those that don't have the option to become legal to stop operating. We have an experienced Cannabis Program Manager that is committed to moving as many permits through as will qualify and support the team of the Cannabis Program to have applicants be successful. 

 

Cannabis Program - accept applications based on capacity, another challenge has been the pause on accepting new applications (?2019?) and the capacity of staff to move applicants through the process. This will be brought forward to the Board when PBS and CP develop a plan, perhaps accepting applications for the first week of the month and then processing them and reopening the first week of the next month, maybe only on Mondays and Tuesdays I'm not sure. The BOS and staff recognize that managing expectations of permit process for the applicants and approval is very important. I look forward to having a clear path forward to reduce the confusion we’ve had with portal or no portal etc. The Cannabis Program meetings on YouTube have been helpful I check them out look up Mendocino County Video 

 

Active Code Enforcement (CP, PBS & MCSO) - so I took this as a note and I mentioned it briefly above. The lack of active code enforcement has been evident to the community and caused many concerns and frustrations. The Board has committed to improving this and recently you have probably seen announcements of cannabis code enforcement to raise awareness as to the number of fees and the level of enforcement that exists even now. I can’t answer for why it hasn’t been a priority in the past all that I can say that the votes of this Board have over and over emphasized the need for people to get in to the legal market or stop cultivating.

 

Note- Two Industries: Artisanal cultivation/Manufacturing - Covered this above. Small cottage cultivators are not competing product wise with a large cultivator that for instance wants to grow two acres. There is a lot of fear especially by small cultivators that acres of cannabis will take them out of the market. The Phase 3 Cannabis Facilities ordinance changed the way that small cultivators can operate their business and I wish that it had gotten more positive attention. Farmers Markets, farm tours, self-distribution all of these bring the customer to the farmer. Your brand is yours, you are special. Market your product and your brand. There are resources out there that you can use. Please reach out to the West Company and learn about marketing and branding for free.

 

Water, water, water - the new CCAO Ordinance requires water storage and aims to reduce using ground water. We will require a hydrological study for a well to make sure that it doesn't impact neighbors. Again I realize this is not what has happened in the past but moving forward this is where we are going and the Board has provided clear direction that water concerns are real and businesses need to be prepared to have water on sight. One major complaint that we receive from constituents is around trucking water and that is not allowed in this new ordinance. Also there will be no new permits issued during the drought.

 

How do we protect Covelo and the North County? There has been a long list of ways in which the Board has supported the North County and Covelo in particular over the last six months; including applying for a large grant to clean up abandoned cars, increasing capacity at the Transfer Station, trying to seek a resident (or multiple?) MCSO Deputies. One of the ways that the new Ordinance will assist these communities is through the Use Permit Process. Each project will be brought forward one at a time with environmental and community concerns able to be mitigated through the planning process and I'm open to more suggestions. 

 

This is different than Sonoma County, the exact opposite - I've seen heard that Sonoma County recently voted to go back and do an EIR and what is important for you to know is that we are basically flip flopping with Sonoma County. They previously had a stringent site specific process that took time to get through the permitting system and were trying to create a policy that would streamline applications like our "Phase 1". Phase 3 or CCAO is a more stringent process than our Phase 1, and will take more time. One of the complaints from the previous program from Sonoma was that it was far too slow and now we are moving to that slow process and make sure that projects are vetted on a one by one basis,, we know it will be slow but we want to get it right. The Sonoma BOS vote was the opposite of what Mendo is doing. It would be assumed that if they seek an EIR and it determines as the State MND did that the cannabis industry is not having a substantial impact on the environment then they would move forward with allowing for a streamlined expansion project but we will have to follow that and see how it goes. 

 

So why no EIR? From my view an EIR would not be accurate due to all of the illegal cultivation. We must put a stop to illegal cultivation and require mitigation as an EIR would not reflect the true impact of cannabis on the community. Individual projects approved through the permitting process would likely not have an overall impact on the community (or have mitigation or they won’t be approved) or certainly not the impact that we have with cannabis as it stands today in the County. Future amendments can occur to create restrictions for the environment, we can move forward today based on the ordinance process and then add an amendment in the future for phasing. That’s why the 10% vote today and bringing 2 acres back in the future.

 

A reminder - This is an attempt to align with the State License program and provide clarity to applicants for environmental regulations and process for becoming a licensed regulated cannabis business in the State of California 

 

Another reminder - Cannabis is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the State of California. There are several State regulatory agencies that oversee Cannabis and its potential impact on the environment. I realize (again) that in the past it seems as though there has not been appropriate follow up. I know that the State and the County of Mendo are committed to working through the challenges and streamlining the regulated industry. 

Site specific CEQA on a project by project basis is important. Water, terrain, environmental conditions are not the same across Mendocino County. This is the 501st (I think the number is higher even though its only been six months?) time that I have said let the project bring forward what it can do on a site specific basis. One of the things that the community asked for over and over again was to pull illegal operators out of neighborhoods and on to appropriate land which Appendix A works to achieve. No structures above ridge line - important restriction for concerns about the perceived aesthetic impact of cannabis in Mendocino County. Medium indoor and medium mixed light shall use renewable energy sources for heating, cooling and energy light loads in line with State regulations. This ordinance seeks to  align County code and State licensing language as much as possible to ease confusion.

 

What about the Phase 1 cultivators? This is important. Cannabis is our industry (if you don’t like it help me find another) the fact is that your plumber, your substitute teacher, your nurse have been cultivating cannabis for a decade or more to help pay their mortgage. CCAO is their opportunity to get in to the regulated market before they have to cease that income. Heard loud and clear: Support Phase 1 and get them through the system - the Board agrees that supporting the Phase 1 farmers and getting them to a State of California License is a priority and has allowed additional time for them to get in the que before any new applicants. If you are Phase 1 and have been trying to get a State license your application should be nearly complete with the exception of the questions around Appendix G and SSHR. If you haven’t applied for a State license the time is now. Please watch the Cannabis Program meetings and be prepared.

 

What about everyone else? I realize that there are small cultivators that are not on this Zoning table. I’ve been reviewing previous Board meetings and ordinances to figure out a path forward to them. This agenda item is currently scheduled for July 13th if you have productive suggestions I am happy to hear them.

 

"Show me the money" - One more thing let's talk about the Board being "after the money" for me its not about the tax revenue (although to be clear cannabis is bringing in $6 million and our sales tax is around $7 million so the revenue is clearly significant) I will just share that for me its about the opportunity for people to either own their own business and legally cultivate or for our local people to be able to have jobs in the industry at varying levels of salary from entry level jobs to executive level jobs. Again happy to hear what other industry you have in mind that can successfully incorporate such a diverse community and their skill sets. 

 

There will be additional changes brought forward at another meeting:

-2 Acre cap - phased approach

-Bring back some mixed light classifications for review and potential removal from the zoning table

-Direct staff to look at license stacking and see what Mendo can do to mitigate that

 

OK those are my rough notes from the meeting. As a reminder I am only one person of five. I’m happy to answer questions for anything I didn’t cover. I hope this clarifies my thoughts on moving the CCAO forward in Mendocino County.

 

    

Thursday:

Coffee and Conversation every Thursday morning at 7:15a-7:45a on Zoom Meeting ID 7079548230 Password LOCAL707 

I think I will continue to do these meetings via Zoom because the time seems convenient but if you are ready to meet in person please feel free to let me know.

Mendocino Business and Government Leaders - discussed what will happen when the Governor plans to reopen on June 15th. Dr Coren has said that Mendocino County will continue to follow the State CDPH and CalOSHA guidelines. Our case numbers have us in the red tier so its important to remember especially as we reopen that vaccinating and testing are very important. 

In the afternoon I met with Debbie who is new at EDFC. I look forward to her in the new position so she can help tell the story of the clients of EDFC and all that they are doing to support local businesses. 

 

Friday morning:

I spent the morning on Friday doing my Second Annual Birthday Food Drive. When Covid required many people to leave their jobs last year I opted to spend my birthday collecting pantry items for the Ukiah Food Bank. I had a great time and it was a success so I did the same thing this year and now it will be a Birthday tradition. I had about a dozen people sign up for pick up and I gathered everything by 10am. Thank you to everyone who participated. I'm not sure how much money we raised I believe its around $1,000 but I will share when I confirm. I go to Lucky Grocery Store every Monday and Thursday to pick up the food from shipping to take to the Ukiah Food Bank. Everything from bread to birthday cakes so if you ever have a bag of groceries you want to donate just let me know and I will swing by your porch and grab it. 

 

Friday, Saturday, Sunday:

So Wednesday wasn't the first time that I have been asked: Do you want Mendocino County to look like Santa Barbara? I think my natural reaction is to say No. There has been a lot of sharing about how many acres of cannabis are in hoop houses in Santa Barbara with images from the LA Times. I don't want to see our County filled with hoop houses that contain any crops (cannabis or otherwise). The truth of the matter is I have never even been to Santa Barbara, so how can I really say if I want Mendocino County to look like that or not. I took the weekend to drive down to Santa Barbara so at least I could say I've been there. Its beautiful, I drove down Highway 1 and took two days to get to Santa Barbara and drove back up to Ukiah on Highway 101 on Sunday. Did I see acres and acres of hoop houses filled with cannabis? Nope. I saw hoop houses. They appeared to have long stem roses, at least from my view in the passenger seat. Honestly it looked a lot like the South Coast and 101 in Mendo, but the valley was much bigger and had a lot more crops, rows and rows of crops. Actually it looks a lot what Sonoma County and Mendocino look like right now with acres and acres of vineyards. There was a lot of plastic, for the strawberry crops. There were obvious hoop houses but it wasn't like the images that I saw on social media. As I thought about it over the weekend in the end the Board never voted the same way that Santa Barbara did. The bottom line is that mixed light cultivation in Mendocino County is limited and what the Board is trying to do is allow a scaling up of outdoor sun grown cannabis in Mendocino County. Santa Barbara is beautiful and isn't the image presented in the recent conversations. So do I want Mendocino County to be Santa Barbara. No, I never did and I still don't (but at least I've been there now). I want us to be unique and to have an ordinance that meets the needs of our community. Not exactly Humboldt, not Lake, not Sonoma and not Santa Barbara but lets give our businesses a chance to be successful whether they are artisanal cottage cultivators or large scale manufacturers. 

 

Monday:

More news from LAFCO: The Board directed staff to pull the City of Ukiah and Ukiah Valley Sanitation District items so the ED and City Manager can work together before coming back to LAFCO. This is a positive step forward and I hope they are able to work on compromises and bring the LAFCO board back solutions. LAFCO went from a pretty quiet workplan to a lot of work being done in the next two or three years. Time to roll up our sleeves. 

On Monday afternoons I have a standing meeting with the CEO so I am able to ask any questions. Its easier for me to have a designated time. I just thought it was important for you to know that I have a regular meeting with the CEO if you have a specific question or concern, I'm happy to bring it up. 

 

Tuesday: 

June 8, 2021 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA

1. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.)

1a) Roll Call

1b) Pledge of Allegiance

2. PROCLAMATIONS 

Pride Month

Juneteenth

Elder Abuse Prevention

(See below)

3. PUBLIC EXPRESSION

3a) Public Expression

Receive Public Expression

4. CONSENT CALENDAR

4a) Approval of Minutes of May 24, 2021 Regular Meeting Recommended Action: Approve minutes of the May 24, 2021 regular meeting. Attachments: 5-24-21 Minutes - DRAFT

Approved

APPOINTMENTS4b) Approval of Recommended Appointments/Reappointments Recommended Action: 1. Erin Brazill, Trustee, Westport-Ten Mile Cemetery District; 2. James Brown, Law Enforcement Representative, Health and Human Services Agency Advisory Board; and 3. Bekkie Emery, County Representative, First 5 Mendocino. Brown Application Brazill Application Emery Application Attachments: 

Approved

4c) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing June 2021 as LGBTQIA+ Pride Month in Mendocino County (Sponsor: Supervisor Mulheren) Recommended Action: Adopt Proclamation recognizing June 2021 as LGBTQIA+ Pride Month; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Proclamation

Approved, with public comment. Celebrate our diversity as a community and stand as allies with LGBTQIA+ community

4d) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing June 19, 2021, “Juneteenth - National Freedom Day: A Day of Observance in Mendocino County” (Sponsor: Supervisor Mulheren) Recommended Action: Adopt Proclamation recognizing June 19, 2021 as "Juneteenth - National Freedom Day: A Day of Observance in Mendocino County"; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Proclamation

Approved

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

4e) Acceptance of Chief Executive Officer’s Summary; and Acceptance of Correspondence by Mendocino County Sheriff-Coroner’s Office, Mendocino County Department of Transportation, Mendocino County Planning and Building Services, Housing Action Team - Inland Mendocino County, Mendocino County Health and Human Services, United Disaster Relief of Northern CA, Quail Valley Vineyard and Frey Vineyard, Potter Valley Youth and Community Center, Potter Valley Community Parks and Recreation, Potter Valley Community School District, Regarding Projects for Strategically Investing One-Time Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Disaster Settlement Funds (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Accept Chief Executive Officers Summary and correspondence by Mendocino County Sheriff-Coroner's Office, Mendocino County Department of Transportation, Mendocino County Planning and Building Services, Housing Action Team - Inland Mendocino County, Mendocino County Health and Human Services, United Disaster Relief of Northern CA, Quail Valley Vineyard and Frey Vineyard, Potter Valley Youth and Community Center, Potter Valley Community Parks and Recreation, Potter Valley Community School District, regarding projects for strategically investing one-time Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) disaster settlement funds. PGE 6-8-21 One Time Funds Draft Sheriff's Office - Vehicles & Radio Systems 5-26-21 Department of Transportation- Eastside Potter Valley Rd 5-27-21 Planning and Building Services Revised 5-27-21 Housing Action Team 5-24-21 Health and Human Services Agency 5-31-21 United Disaster Relief of Northern CA - 6-1-21 Valley Quail & Frey Wineries 5-28-21 Potter Valley Youth & Community Center 5-28-21 Potter Valley Youth Community Center - PRESENT PLAN 12-30-19 Attachment 1 Potter Valley Youth Community Center - WHO WE ARE Attachment 2 Potter Valley Parks 6.1.21 Potter Valley Community School District 5-7-21 06-07-21 RVFD updated Scoring Matrix - Revised 6-7-21 Attachments: 

Approved

4f) Adoption of a Resolution Renewing its Declaration of a Local Emergency and Extending the Existence of a Local Emergency Due to Drought Conditions and Imminent Threat of Disaster in Mendocino County Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution renewing its declaration of a local emergency and extending the existence of a local emergency due to drought conditions and imminent threat of disaster in Mendocino County; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Resolution

Approved

GRAND JURY

4g) Approval of Appropriation Transfer of Funds in the Amount of $25,000 from Travel, Fund 1100, Line Item 86-2250 to Information Technology Expense, Fund 1100, Line Item 86-2230 to Purchase Laptops for Grand Jury Use Recommended Action: Approve appropriation transfer of funds in the amount of $25,000 from Travel, Fund 1100, Line Item 86-2250 to Information Technology Expense, Fund 1100, Line Item 86-2230 to purchase laptops for Grand Jury use. Attachments: GJ Appropriation

Approved

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

4h) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with Michael Unroe, MFT in the Amount of $6,000 to Provide Mental Health Therapy Services Not Covered by Medi-Cal or Other Insurance For Court-Ordered Clients for Health and Human Services Agency, Family and Children’s Services, Effective July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Agreement with Michael Unroe, MFT in the amount of $6,000 to provide mental health therapy services not covered by Medi-Cal or other insurance for court-ordered clients for Health and Human Services Agency, Family and Children's Services, effective July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021; authorize Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/ Social Services Director or designee to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Unroe, Dennis Michael, MFT, $6,000, 20-21, SS FCS, Preliminary 

Approved

4i) Ratification of Submission of Grant Application to the California Department of Public Health, Office of Oral Health, to Increase Original Agreement No. 17-10704 in the Amount of $835,130 with Additional One-Time Funding of Up To $25,000, for the Children’s Dental Disease Prevention Program (Equipment Support and Referral Management/Care Coordination Tools) to be Utilized Between September 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; and Authorization for the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Public Health Director to sign Amendment to Agreement No. 17-10704, if Awarded, and any Amendments that do not Exceed the Maximum Amount Recommended Action: Ratify submission of grant application to the California Department of Public Health, Office of Oral Health, to increase original Agreement No. 17-10704 in the amount of $835,130 with additional one-time funding of up to $25,000, for the Children's Dental Disease Prevention Program (Equipment Support and Referral Management/Care Coordination Tools) to be utilized between September 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; and authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Public Health Director to sign Amendment to Agreement No. 17-10704, if awarded, and any amendments that do not exceed the maximum amount. CA Dept of Public Health, $835,130 Original Agreement CA Dept. of Public Health, Amendment 1 Oral Health Program application RFA Sealant Equipment Referral Management_Appendices 1_7 Attachments:

Approved

4j) Approval of Amendment to Agreement 20-037, with Crestwood Behavioral Health Inc. in the Amount of $140,000, for a New Agreement Total of $490,000, to Provide Residential Care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short Clients, Effective When Agreement Becomes Fully Executed through June 30, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve Amendment to Agreement 20-037 with Crestwood Behavioral Health, Inc. in the amount of $140,000, for new Agreement total of $490,000, to provide residential care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short clients, effective when Agreement becomes fully executed through June 30, 2021; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Crestwood Behavioral Health, Amendment Crestwood Behavioral Health, Inc. Original Agreement Attachments: 

Approved

4k) Approval of Agreement with Ford Street Project in the Amount of $110,600 to Provide Withdrawal Management and Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Services Not Covered by Medi-Cal, and Weekend Drug Testing for Family and Children’s Services Clients, Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with Ford Street Project in the amount of $110,600 to provide withdrawal management and residential substance abuse treatment services not covered by Medi-Cal, and weekend drug testing for Family and Children's Services clients, effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/ Social Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not exceed the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Ford Street Project, $110,600

Approved

4l) Approval of Retroactive Memorandum of Agreement with the City of Ukiah in the Amount of $25,000 to Provide Weekly Checks and Safe Storage of Safety Equipment and Apparatus from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2023 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Memorandum of Agreement with the City of Ukiah in the amount of $25,000 to provide weekly checks and safe storage of safety equipment and apparatus from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2023; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Public Health Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Agreement

Approved

4m) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with Helen Foraker DBA Helen and Company Advertising, Inc. in the Amount of $9,669.15 to Provide the Mendocino County Oral Health Program with County-Wide Oral Health Education through Advertisements on Mendocino Transit Authority Buses for a Six-Month Period, Effective January 20, 2021 through July 31, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Agreement with Helen Foraker DBA Helen and Company Advertising, Inc. in the amount of $9,669.15 to provide the Mendocino County Oral Health Program with county-wide oral health education through advertisements on Mendocino Transit Authority buses for a six-month period, effective January 20, 2021 through July 31, 2021; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director or designee to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Helen Foraker DBA Helen & Company Advertising, Inc., $9,669.15, 20-21, PH CW - Preliminary

Approved

4n) Adoption of Resolution and Approval of Agreement with Employment Development Department in the Amount of $77,404, to Provide Job Development Services for California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids Job Services Participants for the Period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution and approve Agreement with Employment Development Department in the amount of $77,404 to provide job development services for California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids Job Services participants for the period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Social Services Director or designee to sign any future amendments that do not exceed the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Agreement - Employment Development Department, $77,404, 21-22, SS EFAS - Preliminary Resolution - Employment Development Department, $77,404, 21-22, SS EFAS, Resolution Attachments:

Approved

4o) Approval of Agreement with University of California, Davis Continuing and Professional Education in the Amount of $79,050 to Provide Professional Trainings to Mendocino County Family & Children’s Services, Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with University of California, Davis Continuing and Professional Education in the amount of $79,050 to provide professional trainings to Family & Children's Services, effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023; authorize the HHSA Assistant Director/Social Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign the same. Attachments: University of California, Davis Continuing and Professional Education, $79,050, 21-23, SS FCS - Preliminary

Approved

4p) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing June 2021 as Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Prevention Awareness Month in Mendocino County Recommended Action: Adopt Proclamation recognizing June 2021 as Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Prevention Awareness Month in Mendocino County; and authorize the Chair to sign same. Attachments: Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Awareness Month, Proclamation, June 2021, SS AS 

Approved, with public comment from Bekkie Emery. Its important to have early engagement and be consistent as told by Bekkie and a story about a client who was being taken advantage of in the homeless community and it took many attempts to create a relationship with that individual. 

4q) Approval of Agreement with North Coast Opportunities, Inc., in the Amount of $225,608, to Provide Child Care Navigation and Trauma-Informed Care Trainings for the Period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with North Coast Opportunities, Inc., in the amount of $225,608, to provide child care navigation and trauma-informed care trainings for the Period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/ Social Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not exceed the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: North Coast Opportunities, $225,608, SS FCS, 21-23 - Preliminary

Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

4r) Adoption of Resolution Authorizing Adoption of New Classification of Payroll Manager, Salary No. 3809; Abolishment of Payroll Officer, Salary No. 3056; Amendment of Position Allocation Table for Budget Units 1110 as follows: Add 1.0 FTE Payroll Manager, Delete 1.0 FTE Payroll Officer; and Reclassification of Incumbent Payroll Officer to Payroll Manager Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution authorizing adoption of new classification of Payroll Manager, Salary No. 3809; abolishment of Payroll Officer, Salary No. 3056; amendment of Position Allocation Table for Budget Units 1110 as follows: add 1.0 FTE Payroll Manager, delete 1.0 FTE Payroll Officer; reclassification of incumbent Payroll Officer to Payroll Manager; and authorize Chair to sign same. 06.08.21 #21-0622 HR Adopt Payroll Manager Amend PAT Reso.docx 06.08.21 #21-0622 HR Adopt Payroll Manager Class Spec 6.2021.pdf Attachments:

Approved

4s) Adoption of Resolution Correcting Resolution No. 21-035 Bargaining Unit Designation of Administrative Assistant in Budget Unit 1610 Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution correcting Resolution No. 21-035 Bargaining Unit designation of Administrative Assistant in Budget Unit 1610; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: 06.8.21 #21-000 HR Correction of Resolution No. 21-035 Reso jc.docx

Approved

PROBATION

4t) Approval of Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 20-054 with Pacific Redwood Medical Group in the Amount of $172,942 for a New Agreement Total of $350,254 to Include Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Services to the Medical Services Provided at Juvenile Hall, Effective Upon Full Execution Through Original Agreement End Date June 30, 2023 Recommended Action: Approve amendment to BOS Agreement No. 20-054 with Pacific Redwood Medical Group in the amount of $172,942 for a new agreement total of $350,254 to include LVN services to the medical services provided at Juvenile Hall, effective upon full execution through original agreement end date of June 30, 2023; authorize the Chief Probation Officer to sign any amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: PRMG Amendment 1 FY20-21 to FY22-23 Signed 

Approved

SHERIFF-CORONER

4u) Approval of Retroactive Third Amendment to BOS Agreement 17-131 with NaphCare Inc. in the Amount of $180,452.58 for a New Agreement Total of $1,254,989.56 for the Jail Based Competency Treatment Program to Inmates of the Mendocino County Jail with Funding from the Department of State Hospitals, Effective May 1, 2021 with a New Term End Date of June 30, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve Retroactive Third Amendment to BOS Agreement 17-131 with NaphCare Inc. in the amount of $180,452.58 for a new agreement total of $1,254,989.56 for the for the Jail Based Competency Treatment (JBCT) Program to inmates of the Mendocino County Jail with funding from the Department of State Hospitals, effective May 1, 2021 with a new term end date of June 30, 2021; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: b Naphcare Inc Amend 3 $180,452.58 JBCT dept-vendor sigs.pdf

Approved, will receive a report from Sheriff Kendall, Dr Jenine Miller and Naphcare as to other services that they provide and what could be different in Mendo

AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

4v) Adoption of Resolution Authorizing the Air Quality Management District to Participate in the State Carl Moyer Program and Accept State Program Funds in the Amount of $200,000; Authorization to Follow the Requirements of the State Program for Fiscal Year 2020-21 (Funding Year 23); and Authorization for the Air Pollution Control Officer to Sign and Submit the Application to the California Air Resources Board Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution authorizing the Air Quality Management District to participate in the state Carl Moyer Program and accept state program funds in the amount of $200,000; authorize the District to follow the requirements of the state program for fiscal year 2020-21 (Funding Year 23); authorize the Air Pollution Control Officer to sign and submit the application to the California Air Resources Board; and authorize Chair to sign same FY 2020-2021 (MY 23) CMP District Application Agenda 21-01 CMP Application Year-23 2020-2021 Memo Final Year 23 CMP Program Resolution Final Attachments:

Approved 

5. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS

5a) Presentation of the 2020-21 California State Association of Counties Executive Credential Program Graduates (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Accept and approve the presentation of the 2020-21 California State Association of Counties Executive Credential Program Graduates. CSAC Executive Credential Program Graduates Mendocino County-Graduates Attachments:

Approved, Congratulations to the graduates

5b) Discussion and Possible Action Including an Update Associated with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19); and Provide Possible Direction Regarding Essential Services in Mendocino County, Operational Preparation and Response, and Associated Countywide Economic Impacts (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Receive update regarding COVID-19 in the County, discuss and/or provide direction regarding essential services in Mendocino County, operational preparation and response, and associated countywide economic impacts. 06-04-21 Gonzo Correspondence 06-05-21 Briseno Correspondence 06-04-21 Fuentes Correspondence 06-08-21 Coren BOS Written Report Attachments:

Approved, we are following State CDPH and Cal OSHA guidelines for reopening on June 15th. Please get tested and vaccinated.

5c) Discussion and Possible Action Regarding the Re-Establishment of the Mendocino County Water Agency as a Stand-Alone Agency with Additional Capacity for Public Health and Safety Issues Related to Drought Response and other Critical Tasks (Sponsor: Supervisor McGourty) Recommended Action: Direct the Executive Office to proceed with re-establishing the Mendocino County Water Agency as a stand-alone agency; identify funding in FY 21-22 to complete a work plan for the Agency, determine staffing resources necessary to address the Water Agency's critical responsibilities, including health and safety issues related to the drought and other key tasks, pursue interim staffing capacity as necessary for interim enhanced operations, and prioritize completion of a competitive process to identify contract assistance for this effort. Water Agency Report 6.8 BOS Final Water Agency Supplemental Information MCWA Action Plan Final 06-06-21 MCA Correspondence Attachments: 

Recommended Action, direct staff to recruit for Code Enforcement I ASAP. 

The ad hoc to bring back a timeline for review along with a recommendation to State representatives for assistance and potentially a letter to the Governor- Approved 

5d) Discussion and Possible Action Including Presentation Regarding 1. Cost Analysis, Budget Allocation and Funding Needs to Create a Proactive Code Enforcement Division, Including Increased Staffing to Code Enforcement, the Sheriff’s Office, County Counsel, and Cannabis Program, for Cannabis Complaints and Enforcement, Aligned with the Humboldt Model and 2. Reorganize the Code Enforcement Division to Allow for Promotion and Retention of Staff (Sponsor: Planning and Building Services) Recommended Action: Receive the presentation, discuss funding needs and increased budget allocation to create a proactive Code Enforcement Division, including 1. increased staffing to Code Enforcement, the Sheriff's Office, County Counsel, and Cannabis Program for cannabis enforcement, aligned with the Humboldt Model, and 2. allow for the reorganization of Code Enforcement for promotional opportunities to retain qualified staff. 6.7.21 Revised Spreadsheet 2.Cost Spreadsheet Revised_All_1 06-06-21 MCA Correspondence Attachments:

Approve recommended action, and bring back a timeline that we can share with the public that may look like 6 months to a year or longer. (Stay tuned)

Law Enforcement is very limited but it looks as if we can do more with Code Enforcement more quickly. Need to ask for help from the State for 10 most egregious grows 

5e) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action to Approve the Mendocino County Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22, Including All Recommended Actions and Adjustments (Sponsors: Executive Office and Auditor-Controller) Recommended Action: Approve the FY 2021-22Mendocino County Proposed Budget as recommended, and direct the Auditor-Controller to prepare the required documents for adoption of the FY 2021-22Final Budget on June 22, 2021. 06-07-21 REVISED Proposed Presentation 2021-22-REVISED 06-07-21 REVISED FY 21-22 Proposed Report-Revised FY 21-22 Proposed Report Affidavit 06-08-21 Legislatures Version of 2021-22 Budget Summary.docx Proposed Presentation 2021-22 Attachment A CalAIM Presentation REVISED Sheriff’s Office BU 2310 BOS PRESENTATION Sheriff’s Office BU 2310 BOS PRESENTATION Cannabis Program PBS Budget Power Point- BOS 6-9-21 DOT BOS Budget Presentation 6-8-21 06-04-21 Horning Correspondence 06-04-21 Levin Correspondence 06-04-21 Lewis Correspondence 06-04-21 McCubbin Correspondence 06-04-21 Moore Correspondence 06-04-21 Muchowski Correspondence 06-04-21 O'Brien Correspondence 06-04-21 Patton Correspondence 06-04-21 Pletcher Correspondence 06-04-21 Russo Correspondence 06-04-21 Sisemore Correspondence 06-04-21 Albert Correspondence 06-04-21 Backup Correspondence 06-04-21 Craighead Correspondence 06-04-21 DeWitt Correspondence 06-04-21 Edison Corrspondence 06-04-21 Ginsberg Correspondence 06-04-21 Gottfried Correspondence 06-04-21 Chaban Correspondence 06-04-21 Hart Correspondence 06-04-21 Kaplan Correspondence 06-04-21 Steele Correspondence 06-04-21 Belt Correspondence 06-04-21 Jones Correspondence 06-04-21 Cole Correspondence Attachments: June 8, 2021 Page 7 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 06-04-21 Ostrowski Correspondence 06-04-21 Vau Correspondence 06-04-21 Fox Correspondence 06-04-21 Griffinger Correspondence 06-04-21 Hartley Correspondence 06-04-21 Hereld Correspondence 06-04-21 Hope Correspondence 06-04-21 Horowitz Moreno Correspondence 06-04-21 Lawner Correspondence 06-04-21 Mailliard Correspondence 06-04-21 Petru Correspondence 06-04-21 Robertson Correspondence 06-04-21 Shea Correspondence 06-04-21 St. Martin Correspondence 06-04-21 Whiting Correspondence 06-04-21 Yoxall Correspondence 06-05-21 Baker Correspondence 06-05-21 Barrett Correspondence 06-05-21 Berthold Correspondence 06-05-21 Bjorklund Correspondence 06-05-21 Davis Correspondence 06-05-21 Fielder Correspondence 06-05-21 Garza Correspondence 06-05-21 Gregory-Pruett Correspondence 06-05-21 Janssen Correspondence 06-05-21 Johnson Correspondence 06-05-21 Kremsky Correspondence 06-05-21 Leonard Correspondence 06-05-21 Lieberman Correspondence 06-05-21 Louis Correspondence 06-05-21 McClure Correspondence 06-05-21 McKenzie Correspondence 06-05-21 Mills Correspondence 06-05-21 Minyard Correspondence 06-05-21 Olave Correspondence 06-05-21 Partee Correspondence 06-05-21 Pruett Correspondence 06-05-21 Rawlins Correspondence June 8, 2021 Page 8 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 06-05-21 Reinhard Correspondence 06-05-21 Vest Correspondence 06-05-21 Williams Correspondence 06-05-21 Zanetell Correspondence 06-06-21 Bauman Correspondence 06-06-21 Berman Correspondence 06-06-21 Colwell Correspondence 06-06-21 Fisher Correspondence 06-06-21 Greene Correspondence 06-06-21 Hart Correspondence 06-06-21 Izquierdo Correspondence 06-06-21 Jungwirth Correspondence 06-06-21 Longstreth Correspondence 06-06-21 Miller Correspondence 06-06-21 Panzer Correpsondence 06-06-21 Randrup Correspondence 06-06-21 Rigby Correspondence 06-06-21 Simmons Correspondence 06-06-21 Simpson Correspondence 06-06-21 Soost Correspondence 06-06-21 Wilson Correspondence 06-07-21 Farkas Correspondence 06-07-21 Costa Correspondence 06-04-21 Adams Correspondence 06-04-21 Boosinger Correspondence 06-04-21 Callahan Correspondence 06-04-21 Colter Correspondence 06-04-21 Demuth Correspondence 06-04-21 Dutro Correspondence 06-07-21 Dye Correspondence 06-07-21 Fraser Correspondence 06-07-21 Grassroots Institute Correspondence 06-07-21 Hirsch Correspondence 06-07-21 Hock Correspondence 06-07-21 Holland Correspondence 06-07-21 Knowles Correspondence 06-07-21 Mendocino County Fire Safe Correspondence 06-07-21 Poncia Correspondence 06-07-21 Rasper Correspondence 06-07-21 Sakowicz Correspondence 06-07-21 Schoonover Correspondence 06-08-21 Clark Correspondence 06-08-21 Rutledge Correspondence 05-07-21 Rosengarten Correspondence 06-07-21 Barnes Correspondence 06-07-21 Cherry Creek Ranches Correspondence 06-07-21 Comptche Volunteer Fire Department Correspondence 06-07-21 DeMarchi Correspondence 06-07-21 Douglas Correpondence 06-07-21 Martin Correspondence

Receive presentation. Fire Safe Council discussion: all BOS members support fully funding them and understand that it may PG&E funds or another source but the budget WILL NOT be reduced to $25,000

5f) Chief Executive Officer's Report (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Accept the Chief Executive Officer's report.

Last Agenda

5g) Discussion and Possible Action Including Review, Adoption, Amendment, Consideration or Ratification of Legislation Pursuant to the Adopted Legislative Platform (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Provide direction to staff on matters of legislation.

Last Agenda

6. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND MISCELLANEOUS

6a) Supervisors’ Reports Regarding Board Special Assignments, Standing and Ad Hoc Committee Meetings, and Other Items of General Interest

7. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MATTERS The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors meets concurrently as the Board of Directors of the: In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority Governing Board; Mendocino County Air Quality Management District; Mendocino County Public Facilities Corporation; and the Mendocino County Water Agency.

8. MODIFICATIONS TO AGENDA Items added to the agenda subsequent to agenda publication, up to 72 hours in advance of the meeting, pursuant to Government Code section 54954. 9. CLOSED SESSION Any public reports of action taken in the closed session will be made in accordance with Government Code sections 54957.1. 

9a) Pursuant to Government Code 54957 - Threat to Public Services or Facilities - Consultation with Carmel J. Angelo, Heather Correll, Lindsey Daugherty, Darcie Antle, and Janelle Rau

9b) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 - Conference with Labor Negotiator - Agency Negotiators: Carmel J. Angelo, Jenine Miller, Cherie Johnson and William Schurtz; Employee Organization(s): All

9c) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation: Significant Exposure to Litigation: One Case

9d) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation: Significant Exposure to Litigation: One Case

9e) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation: One Case - Amanda Carley v. County of Mendocino, et al. - Case No. A154713 9f) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Initiation of Litigation: One Case

9g) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Initiation of Litigation: One Case

10. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED AND FILED Communications received and filed are retained by the Clerk throughout the Board proceedings. To review items described in this section, please contact the Executive Office staff in Room 1010.

10a) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - Notice of Application Accepted for Filing and Soliciting Comments, Motions to Intervene, and Protests. For more information, please call (866) 208-3676.

10b) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - Division of Hydropower Administration and Compliance - Order Modifying and Approving Temporary Variance of Flow Requirements Under License Article 52. For more information, please contact San Francisco Regional Office at (415) 369-3300.

10c) Fiona Ma, Treasurer, State of California - ScholarShare 529, College Savings Plan - for more information please email [email protected] or call (916) 651-6380

10d) California Fish and Game Commission - Notice of Final Consideration of Petitions - for more information call (916) 653-4899 or email [email protected]

10e) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - Office of Energy Projects - Scoping Document 4 for the Potter Vallley Project. For more information, please contact San Francisco Regional Office at (415) 369-3300.

10f) State of California Natural Resources Agency - Department of Water Resources - Water Conditions in California, Report 4, May 1, 2021 - For more information call (916) 653-6192 June 8, 2021 Page 11 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA

10g) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - Office of Energy Projects - Errata of Subdocket Number. For more information, please contact Quinn Emmering at (202) 502-6382. 10h) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - Office of Energy Projects - Division of Dam Safety and Inspections. 2019 Annual Emergency Action Plan Status Reports. For more information, please contact San Francisco Regional Office at (415) 369-3300.

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Weekly Update #22 - June 1, 2021

Posted on June 1, 2021 at 11:25 PM Comments comments (379)

I was on vacation on Wednesday and Thursday and did not attend any meetings. I did of course respond to emails and have phone calls etc. The work never really stops, just changes location. As a reminder this is just a summary of things that I have been working on so that if you are interested in one of the items you can reach out and we can talk more. [email protected] My cell is 707-391-3664 .

 

Friday - Round 4 of the EDFC Interviews.  We still haven’t found who we were looking for. The new team approach needs the right third person so the hunt continues. I will keep you updated.

I also had a meeting about LAFCO Policies and Procedures Committee. The full LAFCO board needs to provide clear direction. Do we want to streamline the annexation process so that we can have orderly and logical development in our communities? Who will pay for it? There hasn't been new development in decades and all four cities lack housing. We have work to do. 

A lot of my day (weeks, months) of course included the Phase 3 discussion the BOS will have a special meeting tomorrow about the proposed ordinance. Here is a link to the agenda so you can catch up: https://mendocino.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

Another current topic is the “Super Agency HHSA Conversation”. This has not come to the Board yet but we know there have been initial meetings and a lot of opinions about dividing up Social Services, Behavioral Health and Public Health. Should it stay one, be three or two? What are your thoughts?

I had a fun meeting about a proposed use for the Streeterie. Some young folks would like to have a Senior Prom. It’s in the works. I’m sure I will be up past my bedtime! That's not Supervisor related I'm just excited to see the kids having a good time. 

 

Saturday - Have you been to the Ukiah Farmers Market? Did you know that the Farmers Market accepts EBT? Here is more from the McFarm website. All seven MCFARM markets accept EBT and WIC coupons. We also offer an EBT Market Match Program that doubles the spending power of EBT/CalFresh recipients. Market Match is the single most effective way to support local farms and make local food more affordable for low-income community members. The program successfully redirects the subsidies away from industrial food in supermarkets and corner stores to local farmers by giving EBT users an additional dollar for every dollar they spend at the market. 

Each market has an EBT machine, like a debit or credit card processor, and an EBT/CalFresh recipient may use their benefits by simply swiping their card, indicate how much they want to take out, and receive tokens to spend at the market. This doubles the amount of tokens a customer can spend at the market. For example, if a customer spends $15 in EBT funds, they're given an extra $15 ($30 total) in market tokens to spend on fruits and vegetables. https://mcfarm.org/ebtfood-stamps

 

The Farmers Market is a great summer activity. Get out on a Saturday and enjoy the fresh air and meet your local vendors.

 

 

Sunday - Since this is not an official newsletter I would like to just share that I am having a Food Drive on Friday because its my Birthday! I am raising money through Facebook or you can send a check to Ukiah Food Bank 888 N State Street, Ukiah and put Mo’s Birthday in the memo. On Friday morning I will go around and pick up any bags or boxes on your porch and deliver them to the Food Bank. Why is this on Sunday? Because I was busy texting people asking if they want to participate. Want to help? Just text me at 707-391-3664

 

Monday - Of course Monday was the Memorial Day Holiday. I spent the day on Agenda prep. Here is a video of the virtual Memorial Day Celebration in Ukiah: https://youtu.be/cic6OWpeSh8

 

Tuesday - My morning started off with a Budget Discussion. Budget hearings start next week.

I had a meeting about RCS and the services that they provide in Mendocino County. It’s far better to have services locally for those that need mental health services. Have you ever had to travel out of town to visit a loved one in a mental health facility? Before I was a Supervisor I was not aware of how many places the County holds to secure beds for our mental health patients. We need more services locally. Keep following updates on the County website and my Facebook page for info.

I spent the day working on Proclamations for June. Normally I wouldn’t add this time to the newsletter but I just want you to know that Supervisors do want to acknowledge and observe different ways in our community to recognize all of the people that are doing good work in our community.

And of course I spent some time on reviewing Dr Coren meeting with the media last week and the  Planning Commission meeting. I spend a lot of my day studying and researching trying to hear from different people to make sure I have every perspective. 

 

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Weekly Update 5/25/21

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Wednesday

On Wednesday I went on a Tour of the Manzanita Wellness Center. They were getting set-up for Art and their back patio is looking welcoming and physically distanced. Are you interested in what Manzanita does: http://www.manzanitaservices.org/

Hutchins tc Move 2030  Proposal discussion

LAB meeting - Some important things moving on to BOS discussion doing away with fines and changing the hours. Library assistants being recruited for Ukiah, FB and Willits 

West Company BOD meeting continued the Strategic Planning process. In particular around what the evolving mission is.

City of Ukiah City Council meeting discussed budget plans for the upcoming month. The Council also supports the recommendation that the Ukiah Valley Fire Authority apply with LAFCO to annex the City in to the fire district.

 

Thursday

Every Thursday Morning I start my day with Coffee and Convo on Zoom at 7:15am. We had a conversation about cannabis excise tax and how we follow up to make sure that businesses are paying the appropriate taxes.

Mendocino Business and Government Leaders, discuss the increase in cases that have us in the purple tier

MSWA

PV Rodeo Grounds

 

Friday

Drug Free Communities - MMIW Mural at the Arbor

 

Saturday

On Saturday I assisted with the Vaccine Clinic at UHS. This was for mostly second doses although we did happily accept anyone over the age of 12. If you know a young person that would like to get the Covid Vaccine please visit MendocinoCounty.Org to see when there will be a clinic near you. Measure A will go before the Voters in 2022 to remove the sunset and possible seek a quarter of a cent for libraries.

 

 

Sunday

I want to thank Pete Gallegos of Concrete Pete Construction for coming out early to help clean Highway 101. We got started at 7am. The next cleanup is in July. If you would like to help out please send me an email and I will add you to my list for reminders. ([email protected] or shoot me a text at 707-391-3664)

 

Monday

Joint Meeting with LAB- Library Advisory Board Members present: Lynn Zimmerman Shawn Haven Janis Marcell Michael Schaffer, Carolyn Schneider, Olga O’Neill Larry Riddell. Pandemic changed the way libraries were able to open because of the pandemic but over the last few weeks and months the library use is trending back towards pre-pandemic visitation. A87 costs weren’t charged and the General Fund was subsidizing the Library, and the staff wasn’t correctly maintaining the list of items that are charged A87 costs in the first place. Haschak and Gjerde to work with LAB on the A87 and sales tax questions/strategies.

 

Joint Meeting with BHAB, Measure B and the BOS. Public involvement with Mental Health in all aspects is important. Measure B and BOS Mental Health Initiative highlights: CRT, Orchard Avenue currently under construction plans to be complete and operational by November 2021 of this year. RFP for CRT award goes to Redwood Community Services. Behavioral Health Training Center is under construction should be open by July 1st of this year. Mobile response unit hiring is under way. One person hired, two more currently recruiting for. Contract for after-care with RCS will go before the Board. Community Education campaign is going to come before the Board very soon for contract approval. Kemper Report will be strategic plan for Measure B. $25 million dollars to move forward with a PHF. Board unanimously supports moving forward with a PHF. Telecare pending approval of contract for PHF with two options “Super” or “Normal”. Potential to demolition and build a PHF facility “off the cuff” at $25,000,000 price tag. Dr Miller mentioned that we will always need a PHF. What struck me is that you can have the best preventative programs but you will always still need an Emergency Room. If we don’t have a full load of Mendo residents in the facility neighboring counties such as Lake County can use the beds. Board unanimously approves moving forward with the County owned facility at Whitmore Lane as the PHF including a feasibility study for additional uses of the facility.

 

Tuesday

Regularly scheduled BOS meeting

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA

1. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.) 1a) Roll Call

1b) Pledge of Allegiance

2. PROCLAMATIONS

3. PUBLIC EXPRESSION

4. CONSENT CALENDAR

ITEMS RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL:

MINUTES

4a) Approval of Minutes of April 27, 2021 Special Meeting

Recommended Action:

Approve minutes of the April 27, 2021 special meeting.

Attachments: 4-27-21 Minutes - DRAFT

✅ Approved

4b) Approval of Minutes of April 28, 2021 Special Meeting

Recommended Action:

Approve minutes of the April 28, 2021 special meeting.

Attachments: 4-28-21 Minutes - DRAFT

✅ Approved

4c) Approval of Minutes of May 4, 2021 Regular Meeting

Recommended Action:

Approve minutes of the May 4, 2021 regular meeting.

Attachments: 5-4-21 Minutes - DRAFT

✅ Approved

4d) Approval of Minutes of May 11, 2021 Regular Meeting

Recommended Action:

Approve minutes of the May 11, 2021 regular meeting.

Attachments: 5-11-21 Minutes - DRAFT APPOINTMENTS

✅Approved

4e) Approval of Recommended Appointments/Reappointments

Recommended Action:

1. Richard Hubacek, Member, Mendocino County Climate Action Advisory

Committee;

2. Thad Van Bueren, Member, Westport Municipal Advisory Council; and

3. Jeff Shipp, Third District Representative, Behavioral Health Advisory Board.

Attachments: Hubacek Application Van Bueren Application

Shipp Application

✅ Approved

4f) Adoption of Resolution Authorizing the Transfer of Funds in the Amount of $25,037.10from the William J. and Melvina K. Toney Revocable Trust to the Historical Society of Mendocino County to Cover Capital Expenses Related to the Museum

(Sponsors: Supervisor McGourty and Supervisor Mulheren)

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution authorizing the transfer of funds in the amount of $25,037.10 from the William J. and Melvina K. Toney Revocable Trust to the Historical Society of Mendocino County to cover capital expenses related to the museum; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Resolution Letter

✅ Approved

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

4g) Adoption of Resolution Declaring the Continuation of a Local Emergency Related to the Multiple September 2020Fires including; August Complex, Oak Fire and Hopkins Fire, as Proclaimed by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services and Declaring the Continuation of a Local Health Emergency as Proclaimed by the Health Officer

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution declaring the continuation of a Local Emergency related to the Multiple September 2020fires including; August Complex fire, Oak Fire and Hopkins fire as proclaimed by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services and declaring the continuation of a Local Health Emergency as proclaimed by the Health Officer; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Resolution

✅ Approved

4h) Adoption of Resolution Declaring the Continuation of a Local Emergency Related to the October Wind Events and Corresponding Pacific Gas and Electric Public Safety Power Shutoff Events on October 23, 2019, October 26, 2019and October 29, 2019, in Mendocino County as Proclaimed by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution declaring the continuation of a Local Emergency related to the October wind events and corresponding Pacific Gas and Electric Public Safety Power Shutoff Events on October 23, 2019, October 26, 2019, and October 29, 2019, in Mendocino County as declared by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Resolution

✅ Approved

4i) Authorization of Blanket Declaration of Surplus Property and Authorization for Purchasing Agent to Dispose of Said Surplus Property Throughout Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022

Recommended Action:

Approve the blanket declaration of surplus property, and authorize the

Purchasing Agent to dispose of said surplus property, by way of public auction, for Fiscal Year 2021-22.

✅ Approved

COUNTY COUNSEL

4j) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with Colantuono, Highsmith & Whatley, PC in the Amount of $50,000to Provide Legal Services for the Period of May 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve retroactive agreement with Colantuono, Highsmith & Whatley, PC in

the amount of $50,000to provide legal services for the period of May 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Colantuono, Highsmith & Whatley, PC.pdf

✅ Approved

4k) Approval of Amendment to BOS Agreement 21-044with Van Dermyden Maddux Law Corporation Increasing the Amount by $35,000for a New Total of $70,000 to Provide Legal Services

Recommended Action:

Approve Amendment to BOS Agreement 21-044with Van Dermyden Maddux

Law Corporation increasing the by amount by $35,000for a new total of $70,000 to provide legal services; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Van Dermyden Maddux Law Corporation - First Amendment.pdf Agreement 21-044

✅ Approved

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

4l) Adoption of Resolution Authorizing Submittal of Grant Application to Cal OES for the Victim Witness Assistance Program for the Grant Period October 1, 2021 Through September 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution authorizing submittal of the grant application to Cal OES for

the Victim Witness Assistance Program for the Grant Period October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Resolution

✅ Approved

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

4m)Approval of Agreement with Redwood Community Services in the Amount of $434,350 to Provide Supported Housing, and Case Management for Specialty Mental Health Services Clients Including Services Required to Meet the County’s Obligation to Provide Specialty Mental Health Services Under the Assisted Outpatient Treatment Demonstration Project Act and the Lanterman-Petris-Short Act for the Period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with Redwood Community Services in the amount of $434,350to provide supported housing, and case management for specialty mental health services clients including services required to meet the County's obligation to provide specialty mental health services under the Assisted Outpatient Treatment Demonstration Project Act and the Lanterman-Petris-Short Act for the period of July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022; authorize HHSA Assistant Director/Behavioral Health Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Redwood Community Services (Haven House), $434,350, 21-22, BHRS MH - Preliminary

✅ Approved

4n) Approval of Agreement with Vista Pacifica Center in the Amount of

   $150,000 to Provide Lanterman-Petris-Short June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with

provide residential care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short clients for the period of July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/BHRS Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Vista Pacifica Center, $150,000, 21-22, BHRS MH - Preliminary

Residential Care to Clients for the Period of

Mendocino County July 1, 2021 through

Vista Pacifica Center in the

amount of $150,000 to

 ✅ Approved

4o) Approval of Agreement with Telecare Corporation in the Amount of

$101,000 to Provide Lanterman-Petris-Short June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with

provide residential care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short clients for the period of July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/BHRS Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Telecare Corporation, $101,000, 21-22, BHRS MH - Preliminary

✅ Approved

4p) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with Action Network Family Resource Center in the Amount of $20,788for Promoting Safe and Stable Families - Family Reunification Services to Families in Mendocino County, Effective July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021

Recommended Action:

Approve retroactive Agreement with Action Network Family Resource Center in the amount of $20,788for Promoting Safe and Stable Families - Family Reunification Services to families in Mendocino County, effective July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021; authorize Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/ Social Services Director to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not exceed the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Action Network, $20,788, 20-21, SS FCS - Preliminary

Residential Care to Clients for the Period of

Mendocino County July 1, 2021 through

Telecare Corporation in the

amount of $101,000 to

✅ Approved

4q) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with Redwood Community Services in the Amount of $695,192to Provide Emergency Shelter Services Needed to Prevent, Prepare For, and Respond To Coronavirus Among Individuals and Families Who are Experiencing Homelessness in Mendocino County Using Grant Funds Available Through California Department of Housing and Community Development for the Emergency Solutions Grant as Funded by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Effective January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Retroactive Agreement with Redwood Community Services in the amount of $695,192to provide emergency shelter services needed to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus among individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness in Mendocino County using grant funds available through California Department of Housing and Community Development for the Emergency Solutions Grant as funded by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act effective January 1, 2021through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director or designee to sign any future amendments to the agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Redwood Community Services, $695,192, 20-22, ACT, COVID - Preliminary

✅ Approved

4r) Approval of Second Amendment to Revenue Agreement No. 19-10160 A02with the California Department of Public Health in the Amount of $97,168 for a New Total of $3,008,722 for Women, Infants and Children Program Services, Effective October 1, 2019 Through September 30, 2022; Adoption of Resolution Approving Execution of the Second Amendment; and Authorization for the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director or Designee to Sign Future Amendments that do not Exceed the Maximum Amount

Recommended Action:

Approve second amendment to revenue agreement No. 19-10160 A02 with the California Department of Public Health in the amount of $97,168for a new total of $3,008,722for Women, Infants and Children program services, effective October 1, 2019through September 30, 2022; adopt Resolution approving the execution of the second Amendment; and authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director or designee to sign future amendments that do not exceed the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Resolution - CA Dept. of Public Health, Amendment, $97,168 ($3,008,722), 19-22, PH WI CA Dept. of Public Health, WIC, Amendment 2, $97,168 ($3,008,722), 19-22, PH WIC - Pr

✅Approved

4s) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with Redwood Community Services, Inc. in the Amount of $152,000to Provide an Inland Shelter and Day Center to Qualified Individuals in Mendocino County, Effective July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021

Recommended Action:

Approve retroactive Agreement with Redwood Community Services, Inc. in the amount of $152,000to provide an Inland Shelter and Day Center to qualified individuals in Mendocino County, effective July 1, 2020through June 30, 2021; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Social Services Director or designee to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Redwood Community Services (Shelter), $152,000, 20-21, AS - Preliminary

✅ Approved

4t) Approval of Retroactive Renewal Memorandum of Understanding with the Community Development Commission of Mendocino County in the Amount of $0, Confirming Mendocino County Family and Children’s Services’ Continued Commitment to Collaborate with the Community Development Commission of Mendocino County for the Issuance of Family Unification Program Housing Vouchers, Effective March 1, 2021 to March 1, 2024

Recommended Action:

Approve retroactive renewal Memorandum of Understanding with the Community Development Commission of Mendocino County in the Amount of $0, confirming Mendocino County Family and Children's Services' continued commitment to collaborate with the Community Development Commission of Mendocino County for the issuance of Family Unification Program housing vouchers, effective March 1, 2021to March 1, 2024; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/ Social Services Director to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Community Development Commission, MOU, $0, 20-24, SS FCS - Preliminary

✅ Approved

4u) Approval of Agreement with National Training Consultants in the Amount of $224,564to Provide Facilitation of All Court-Mandated Family Empowerment Groups in Ukiah, Willits and Fort Bragg and Facilitation of Willits Intake Support Group for Health and Human Services Agency, Family and Children’s Services, Effective July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve agreement with National Training Consultants in the amount of $224,564to provide facilitation of all court-mandated Family Empowerment Groups in Ukiah, Willits and Fort Bragg and facilitation of Willits Intake Support Group for Health and Human Services Agency, Family and Children's Services, effective July 1, 2021to June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Social Services Director or designee to sign any future amendments to the agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: National Training Consultants, $224,564, 21-22, SS FCS - Preliminary

✅Approved

4v) Approval of Agreement with Tapestry Family Services in the Amount of $82,800to Provide Immediate Emergency Placement Services for Foster Children Placed by the Health and Human Services Agency, Family and Children’s Services, Effective July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with Tapestry Family Services in the amount $82,800 to provide immediate emergency placement services for foster children placed by the Health and Human Services Agency, Family and Children's Services, effective July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director / Social Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Tapestry Family Services, $82,800, 21-22, SS FCS - Preliminary

✅ Approved

4w) Approval of Retroactive Amendment to Agreement No. MH-20-026 with I.D.E.A. Consulting in the Amount of $11,250for a New Total of $21,875 to Provide Consultation Services for the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) 3-Year Plan, Innovation Projects, Prevention and Early Intervention Regulation Compliance, and Other MHSA Related Services, Effective July 1, 2020through a New End Date of June 30, 2021 (Original End Date December 31, 2020)

Recommended Action:

Approve retroactive Amendment to Agreement No. MH-20-026with I.D.E.A. Consulting in the amount of $11,250for a new total of $21,875to provide consultation services for the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) 3-Year Plan, innovation projects, Prevention and Early Intervention regulation compliance, and other MHSA related services, effective July 1, 2020through a new end date of June 30, 2021 (original end date December 31, 2020); authorize HHSA Assistant Director or designee to sign amendments that do not increase the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: I.D.E.A. Consulting, Amendment, $11,250 ($21,875), 20-21, BHRS MH - For Signatures

✅ Approved

4x) Approval of Fourth Amendment to Agreement No. PH-20-043, PA No. 21-54with Angelina’s Bar and Grill in the Amount of $85,000for a New Total of $385,000to Provide Meals to Homebound Seniors in the Area of Fort Bragg Due to the COVID-19Pandemic Through the Great Plates Delivered Program, Effective Upon Full Execution Through June 30, 2021; and Delegation of Authority to the Purchasing Agent to Sign Amendments to the Agreement Up to $509,000Total Through June 30, 2021, to Allow Continuation of the Program at Current Levels (i.e., With No Increase to the Cost Per Meal and That Maintain a Weekly Average of $18,942), Provided Said Amendments Are Reported to the Board of Supervisors

Recommended Action:

Approve fourth Amendment to Agreement No. PH-20-043, PA No. 21-54 with Angelina's Bar and Grill in the amount of $85,000 for a new total of $385,000 to provide meals to homebound seniors in the area of Fort Bragg due to the COVID-19pandemic through the Great Plates Delivered Program, effective upon full execution through June 30, 2021; and delegate authority to the Purchasing Agent to sign Amendments to the Agreement up to $509,000total through June 30, 2021, to allow continuation of the program at current levels (i.e., with no increase to the cost per meal and that maintain a weekly average of $18,942), provided said Amendments are reported to the Board of Supervisors; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Angelinas Bar and Grill Amendment 4

✅Approved

4y) Approval of Ninth Amendment to Agreement No. PH-19-083, PA No. 20-129 with Egghead’s Restaurant in the Amount of $70,000 for a New Total of $572,500to Provide Meals to Homebound Seniors in the Area of Fort Bragg Due to the COVID-19Pandemic Through the Great Plates Delivered Program, Effective Upon Full Execution Through June 30, 2021; and Delegation of Authority to the Purchasing Agent to Sign Amendments to the Agreement up to $729,500Total Through June 30, 2021, to Allow Continuation of the Program at Current Levels (i.e., With No Increase to the Cost Per Meal and That Maintain a Weekly Average of $15,246), Provided Said Amendments Are Reported to the Board of Supervisors

Recommended Action:

Approve ninth Amendment to Agreement No. PH-19-083, PA No. 20-129 with Egghead's Restaurant in the amount of $70,000 for a new total of $572,500 to provide meals to homebound seniors in the area of Fort Bragg due to the COVID-19pandemic through the Great Plates Delivered Program, effective upon full execution through June 30, 2021; and delegate authority to the Purchasing Agent to sign Amendments to the Agreement up to $729,500total through June 30, 2021, to allow continuation of the program at current levels (i.e., with no increase to the cost per meal and that maintain a weekly average of $15,246), provided said Amendments are reported to the Board of Supervisors; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Eggheads Amendment 9

✅ Approved

4z) Approval of Agreement with FIRST 5Mendocino in the Amount of $55,347, to Provide Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) Classes Countywide, Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with FIRST 5Mendocino in the amount of $55,347, to provide Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) classes countywide, effective July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director / Social Services Director to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: First 5, Triple P, $55,347

✅ Approved

4aa Approval of Agreement with JUMP Technology Services, L.L.C., in the ) Amount of $72,000to Provide LEAPS Case Management Software for

Adult Protective Services, Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with JUMP Technology Services, L.L.C., in the amount of $72,000to provide LEAPS Case Management Software for Adult Protective Services, effective July 1, 2021through June 30, 2024; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Social Services Director to sign any future amendments to the agreement that do not increase the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: JUMP Technology Services, $72,000

✅ Approved

4ab Approval of Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 20-155with Nuestra ) Alianza de Willits in the Amount of $333,212.50for a New Total of $491,912.50to Continue to Pilot the Promotores de Salud Program to

Engage with the Spanish Speaking Community to Provide COVID-19 Prevention and Outreach Services, Effective Upon Full Execution Through a New End Date June 30, 2022 (Original End Date of May 31, 2021)

Recommended Action:

Approve Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 20-155with Nuestra Alianza de Willits in the amount of $333,212.50for a new total of $491,912.50to continue to pilot the Promotores de Salud Program to engage with the Spanish speaking community to provide COVID-19prevention and outreach services, effective upon full execution through a new end date of June 30, 2022 (original end date of May 31, 2021); authorize Health and Human Services Assistant Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Nuestra Alianza Amendment Nuestra Alianza, Original Agreement

✅ Approved

4ac) Approval of Agreement with United Way of the Wine Country in the Amount of $60,000 to Provide 2-1-1 Referral Services, Effective Upon Full Execution through June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with United Way of the Wine Country in the amount of $60,000 to provide 2-1-1 Referral Services, effective upon full execution through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Social Services Director to sign any amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Agreement

✅ Approved

4ad Approval of Agreement with North Coast Opportunities, Inc. in the ) Amount of $100,000to Complete and Support the Expansion and Engagement of the Healthy Mendocino Website and Resources,

Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with North Coast Opportunities, Inc. in the amount of $100,000to complete and support the expansion and engagement of the Healthy Mendocino website and resources, effective July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Public Health Director to sign future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: North Coast Opportunities, $100,000

✅ Approved

4ae) Approval of Agreement with Psynergy Programs, Inc. in the Amount of $450,000 to Provide Residential Care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short Clients, Effective July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with Psynergy Programs, Inc. in the amount of $450,000 to provide residential care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short clients, effective July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Psynergy Programs $450,000

✅ Approved

4af) Approval of Agreement with Ukiah Senior Center in the Amount of $51,050to Provide Health and Welfare Outreach Services, Financial Services, and Information Referrals to Elderly Individuals and Persons with Disabilities in Ukiah and Surrounding Areas, Effective July 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve Agreement with Ukiah Senior Center in the amount of $51,050 to provide health and welfare outreach services, financial services, and information referrals to elderly individuals and persons with disabilities in Ukiah and surrounding areas, effective July 1, 2021through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Social Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign the same.

Attachments: Ukiah Senior Center, $51,050

✅ Approved

4ag)Approval of Third Amendment to Agreement with Brokaw Design in the Amount ApartmentsEngineering

Execution to December 31, 2021 Amount Phase II

Orchard

of $87,180 for Live Oak Housing Renovation (Ukiah) Effective Upon

of $18,600 for a Total (Project Homekey) II

and Design at 555 S.

Recommended Action:

Approve Third Amendment to agreement with Brokaw Design in the amount of $18,600 for a total amount of $87,180 for Live Oak Apartments (Project Homekey) Phase II housing renovation engineering and design at 555 S. Orchard (Ukiah) effective upon execution to December 31, 2021; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments:

✅ Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

4ah Adoption ) Treasurer

Brokaw Design Amendment 3 HHSA Signed Preliminary

of Resolution Authorizing Salary Revision of Deputy Tax Collector from Salary No. 2282 to Salary No. 2479 and

Amending Position Allocation Table for Budget Units 1130and 2012 Accordingly

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution revising the salary of Deputy Treasurer Tax Collector from

Salary No. 2282 to Salary No. 2479 and amending Position Allocation Table for Budget Units 1130 and 2012 accordingly; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: 05.25.21 #21-0360 HR Salary Revision Deputy Treasurer Tax Collector Reso jc.docx

✅ Approved

4ai) Adoption of Resolution Authorizing Adoption of New Classification of Benefits Technician, Salary No. 2119; Abolishment of Benefits Specialist, Salary No. 2027; Amendment of Position Allocation Table for Budget Units 0715 as follows: Add 1.0 FTE Benefits Technician,

  Delete 1.0 FTE Benefits Specialist; Benefits Specialist to Benefits Technician

Reclassification of Incumbent

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution authorizing adoption of new classification of Benefits Technician, Salary No. 2119; abolishment of Benefits Specialist, Salary No. 2027; amendment of Position Allocation Table for Budget Units 0715as follows: add 1.0 FTE Benefits Technician, delete 1.0 FTE Benefits Specialist; reclassification of incumbent Benefits Specialist to Benefits Technician; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: 05.25.21 #21-0594 HR Adopt New Class Benefits Technician and Amend PAT - RESO jc. PLANNING AND BUILDING SERVICES

✅ Approved

4aj) Adoption of a Resolution Declaring the County’s Intention to Modify the Assessment Levied Within the Mendocino County Lodging Business Improvement District to Include Private Campgrounds, Recreational Vehicle Parks and Similar Lodgings as Specified Lodging Businesses to be Assessed, Classifying Lodging Businesses for Such Purposes, Describing the Boundaries of the Proposed Area to be Included, the Authorized Uses to which the Proposed Revenues Shall be Put, the Rate of Such Assessments, Fixing the Date, Time and Place of Hearing to be Held by the County Board of Supervisors to Consider the Modification of the Assessment of Such District, and Directing the Giving of Notice of Such Hearing

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution declaring the County's intention to modify the assessment levied within the Mendocino County Lodging Business Improvement District to include private campgrounds, Recreational Vehicle Parks and similar lodgings as specified lodging businesses to be assessed, classifying lodging businesses for such purposes, describing the boundaries of the proposed area to be included, the authorized uses to which the proposed revenues shall be put, the rate of such assessments, fixing the date, time and place of hearing to be held by the County Board of Supervisors to consider the modification of the assessment of such district, and directing the giving of notice of such hearing; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: 2.Campground BID Expansion - Resolution of Intention.docx

4ak) Adoption of Ordinance Amending Mendocino County Code Chapter) 6.36 and Chapter 20.243 Regarding Cannabis Facilities

Recommended Action:

Adopt Ordinance amending Mendocino County Code Chapter 6.36and Chapter 20.243 regarding cannabis facilities; and authorize Chair to sign same.

    Attachments:

01. 05-24-21 For Execution - Final Ordinance

02. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) Memo

03. OA_2021_0001 (Mendocino) PlanningCommissionHearingPacket

04. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) PC_2021-0003

05. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) DraftCannabisFacilitiesOrdinance_RecommendationsPC 06. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) DraftCannabisFacilitiesOrdinance_CLEAN

07. Ordinance Summary - OA_2021-0001 Cannabis Facilities

Proof of Pub (UDJ) GP_2021-0001 (Cannabis Facilities) BOS 4-19-21

05-24-21 Thilman Correspondence

05-24-21 MCA Correspondence

✅ Approved  - State Law requires that cannabis and alcohol be kept separate.

4al) Approval of Appropriation Transfer of Funds in the Amount of $10,705 from Planning and Building Budget Unit 2851, Line Item PB 862239 (Special Department Expense) to Line Item PB 862230 (Info Tech Equip) and Approval of Appropriation Transfer of Funds in the Amount of $7,000from Planning and Building Budget Unit 2851, Line Item PB 862253 (Out of County Travel) to Line Item PB 862230 (Info Tech Equip) for a Total Amount of $17,705

Recommended Action:

Approve appropriation transfer of funds in the amount of $10,705from Planning and Building Budget Unit 2851, line item PB 862239 (Special Department Expense) to line item PB 862230 (Info Tech Equip) and Approve appropriation transfer of funds in the amount of $7,000from Planning and Building Budget Unit 2851, line item PB 862253 (Out of County Travel) to line item PB 862230 (Info Tech Equip), for a total amount of $17,705; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: 2851-PBS Request for Appropriations

✅Approved

4am) Approval of Agreement with the Mendocino County Tourism ) Commission for the Services, Activities, and Programs of the Mendocino County Lodging Business Improvement District (BID) in an Amount Estimated at $1,425,000, for the Term of July 1, 2021to June

30, 2022

Recommended Action:

Approve agreement with the Mendocino County Tourism Commission for the services, activities, and programs of the Mendocino County Lodging Business Improvement District (BID) in an amount estimated at $1,425,000, for the term of July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: MCTC Contract FY 21-22.pdf PROBATION

  ✅ Approved

4an Approval of Submission of Grant Application for State of California ) Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) Youth Programs and Facilities Grant Program in an Amount of $47,086, to Support Infrastructure and Improvements to Programs, Services, or Facilities Serving Youth who are Realigned as a Result of the Closure of the

Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ)

Recommended Action:

Approve submission of grant application for State of California Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) Youth Programs and Facilities Grant Program in an amount of $47,086, to support infrastructure and improvements to programs, services or facilities serving youth who are realigned as a result of the Closure of the Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ); authorize the Chief Probation Officer approve and sign a modified application no later than six months from the award date; and authorize the Chief Probation Officer to sign Agreement.

Attachments: SB-823-RFA

✅ Approved

SHERIFF-CORONER

4ao Approval of Retroactive Second Amendment to BOS Agreement 19-133 ) with the Department of State Hospitals in the Amount of $117,177for a New Agreement Total of $1,367,536for a Jail Based Competency Treatment Program for the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office Jail with

a New Term End Date of June 30, 2021 Recommended Action/Motion:

Recommended Action:

Approve Retroactive Second Amendment to BOS Agreement 19-133with the Department of State Hospitals in the amount of $117,177for a new agreement total of $1,367,536for a Jail Based Competency Treatment Program for the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office Jail with a new term end date of June 30, 2021; authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: b Interim Dept State Hosp JBCT A-2 $117,177 Rev.pdf

4ap Approval of Third Amendment to BOS Agreement 10-207with Tyler

   $9,063 to Pay $5,000 for Professional Services Training) and $4,063 for the Annual SaaS Brazos Subscription License Fees Effective Upon Execution through December 31, 2021, with the Agreement Automatically Extended on Its Same Terms and Conditions for 99 Additional Periods not to Exceed 1 Year Each Unless Either Contractor or County Submits Written

Cancellation

Recommended Action:

Approve third amendment to BOS agreement 10-207with Tyler Technology, Inc. (Tyler) in the amount of $9,063 to pay $5,000 for additional implementation and other professional services (including training) and $4,063for the annual SaaS Brazos subscription license fees effective upon execution through December 31, 2021, with the Agreement automatically extended on its same terms and conditions for 99 additional periods not to exceed 1 year unless either Contractor or County submits written cancellation; authorize the Sheriff to sign future amendments that do not affect the total amount of the Agreement; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: b Tyler Brazos AB 953 RIPA Reporting dept-vendor sigs.pdfTechnology, Additional

Inc. (Tyler) in the Amount of Implementation and Other

✅ Approved

4aq Approval of Third Amendment to Board of Supervisors (BOS) ) Agreement 20-078with In-Custody Transportation Inc. to Provide Prisoner Transportation Services for the Mendocino County Jail in the Amount of $30,000, for a New Contract Total of $180,000, Effective

Upon Execution Through June 30, 2021

Recommended Action:

Approve Third Amendment to Board of Supervisors Agreement 20-078 with In-Custody Transportation Inc. to provide prisoner transportation services for the Mendocino County in the amount of $30,000, for a new contract total of $180,000, effective upon execution through June 30, 2021; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: b In Custody Transportation $30,000 FY 19-21 Amend 3 dept-vendor sigs.pdf TRANSPORTATION

4ar)Adoption of Resolution Approving the List of Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Projects for Fiscal Year 2021-22, Funded by Senate Bill 1: The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (Ukiah, Brooktrails, and Navarro/Elk Areas)

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution approving the list of Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Projects for Fiscal Year 2021-22, funded by Senate Bill 1: The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (Ukiah, Brooktrails, and Navarro/Elk Areas); and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Letter Resolution

✅ Approved

4as)Adoption of Resolution Authorizing Department of Transportation to Award, for an Amount Greater than Previously Authorized, Department of Transportation Contract Number 200098Bid Additive 3, to Perform a 2021 Corrective/Preventative Maintenance Project on

     Orr Area) Springs Road, County Road 223, Milepost 36.00 to 37.11 (Ukiah

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution authorizing Department of Transportation to award, for an amount greater than previously authorized, Department of Transportation Contract Number 200098 Bid Additive 3, to perform a 2021 Corrective/Preventative Maintenance Project on Orr Springs Road, County

Road 223, Milepost same.

Attachments: Letter Resolution

✅ Approved

TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR

4at) Acceptance of the March 31, 2021 Report of Mendocino County Pooled Investments

Recommended Action:

Accept the March 31, 2021 Report of Mendocino County Pooled Investments.

Attachments: STAFF REPORT - QUARTERLY REPORT 3-31-21 REPORTS - MARCH 2021 - HOLDINGS

✅ Approved

5. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS

5a) Discussion and Possible Action Including an Update Associated with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19); and Provide Possible Direction Regarding Essential Services in Mendocino County, Operational Preparation and Response, and Associated Countywide Economic Impacts

(Sponsor: Executive Office)

Recommended Action:

Receive update regarding COVID-19in the County, discuss and/or provide direction

regarding essential services in Mendocino County, operational preparation and response, and associated countywide economic impacts.

    Attachments: 05-21-21 Mendocino Board Presentation slides

✅ Receive report. Of Note our cases might land us in the Orange Tier in June if the trend continues. Our vaccine supply is adequate to vaccinated those individuals 12+ that would like to have the vaccine.

5b) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Adoption of Resolution Confirming Acceptance of the Fiscal Year 21/22 Mendocino County Business Improvement District (BID) Annual Report Thereby Levying an Annual Assessment for the BID Fiscal Year 21/22

(Sponsor: Planning & Building Services)

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution confirming acceptance of the Fiscal Year 21/22Mendocino County

Business Improvement District (BID) Annual Report thereby levying an annual assessment for the BID Fiscal Year 21/22; and authorize Chair to sign same.

Attachments: 2. BID RESO Confirmation of Acceptance.doc 3.BID_Annuaul_Report_FINAL 21-22.pdf

0.Signed Resolution 21-066 (legal notice).pdf

✅ Approved

5c) Discussion and Possible Action Including Adoption of Resolution Authorizing Department of Transportation to Award, for an Amount Greater Than Previously Authorized, Department of Transportation Contract Number 200055for the Reconstruction and Widening of East Side Potter Valley Road, County Road 240, Milepost 5.58 to 6.37 (Potter Valley Area)

(Sponsor: Transportation)

Recommended Action:

Adopt Resolution authorizing Department of Transportation to award, for an amount greater than previously authorized, Department of Transportation Contract Number 200055for the reconstruction and widening of East Side Potter Valley

    Road, County Road 240, Milepost 5.58 to 6.37 (Potter Valley Area); and Chair to sign same.

Attachments: Letter Resolution

5d) Chief Executive Officer's Report (Sponsor: Executive Office)

Recommended Action:

Accept the Chief Executive Officer's report.

Attachments: CEO Report 5-25-21 Edition

authorize

 ✅ Received, Cannabis Program Management report: SSHR pulled from website so that staff can work directly with applicants. If you have a pending permit and have not spoken to cannabis program employees reach out NOW so that your permit is not denied

5e) Discussion and Possible Action Including Review, Adoption, Amendment, Consideration or Ratification of Legislation Pursuant to the Adopted Legislative Platform

(Sponsor: Executive Office)

Recommended Action:

Provide direction to staff on matters of legislation.

Attachments: csac_2021-22_may_revision_budget_action_bulletin_and_appendix_2021-05-14

 ✅ Provide direction to continue to streamline and prepare for grant opportunities. Currently through the Executive Office and the goal to provide an internal department person that is following through for instance the Water Agency should have a grant writer on staff for that department

6. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND MISCELLANEOUS

6a) Discussion and Possible Action Including Approval of Conceptual Plan to Improve Waste Hauling Capacity and Service Levels at the Covelo Transfer Station; Approval in Concept a Mechanism to Fund these Improvements; Direct Solid Waste of Willits (SWOW) to Pursue a New CalRecycle Permit to Allow Increased Capacity at the Station; and Direct County Counsel and Department of Transportation Staff to Return with a Contract Amendment, Rate Adjustment, or Any Other Documentation Necessary for SWOW to Implement Improvements

(Sponsor: Supervisor Haschak)

Recommended Action:

Approve conceptual plan to improve waste hauling capacity and service levels at the Covelo transfer station, approve in concept a mechanism to fund these improvements, direct SWOW to pursue a new CalRecycle permit to allow increased capacity at the station, and direct staff from County Counsel and Department of Transportation to return with a contract amendment, rate adjustment, or any other documentation necessary for SWOW to implement improvements.

✅ Approved in concept. Support Covelo in clean up with previous $1million grant and increase capacity at the Transfer Station in Round Valley

6b) Discussion and Possible Action Including Creation of a Tax Sharing Ad Hoc Committee to Work on the Tax Sharing Agreement between the City of Ukiah and the County of Mendocino

(Sponsors: Supervisor Mulheren and Supervisor Gjerde)

Recommended Action:

Approve creation of an Ad Hoc Committee to work on the Tax Sharing Agreement between the City of Ukiah and the County of Mendocino.

✅ Approved to move forward to pursue tax sharing with the Cities and the County

6c) Discussion and Possible Action Including Direction to Departments to Work with the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Office Budget Team

to Reimagine Budget with Priority on Federal and State Funded Mandates and Local Core Services First

(Sponsor: Supervisor Williams)

Recommended Action:

Direct Department staff to work with the Chief Executive Officer and Executive

Office budget team to reimagine budget with priority on Federal and State funded mandates and local core services first.

✅ Approve recommended action

6d) Discussion and Possible Action Including Acceptance of Presentation by South Coast Organizing for Radical Equity Encouraging Independent Performance and Fiscal Audit of the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office, Including Jail (Sponsor: Supervisor Williams)

Recommended Action:

Accept presentation by South Coast Organizing for Radical Equity, encouraging independent performance and fiscal audit of the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office including jail; and direct staff to prepare independent performance and fiscal audits of Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, including jail.

  Attachments:

BOS Presentation Deck 5.18

Draft MCSO Audit Recommendations

05-24-21 Letter of Support (Responses)

05-20-21 Hummel Correspondence

05-20-21 Kuniholm Correspondence

05-20-21 Rice Correspondence

05-20-21 Coast Democratic Club Correspondence 05-20-21 Holub Correspondence

05-22-21 Hofberg Correspondence

✅ AdHoc to work with the Sheriff on a budget presentation workshop to understand the Sheriff expenses - McGourty and Williams

6e) Supervisors’ Reports Regarding Board Special Assignments, Standing and Ad Hoc Committee Meetings, and Other Items of General Interest

✅ wrapped up public meetings for PV and RV, MTA new route ����

7. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MATTERS

8. MODIFICATIONS TO AGENDA

9. CLOSED SESSION

9a) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957 - Public Employee Performance Evaluation - Public Defender

10. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED AND FILED

Communications received and filed are retained by the Clerk throughout the Board proceedings. To review items described in this section, please contact the Executive Office staff in Room 1010.

10a) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Office of Energy Projects - Division of Dam Safety and Inspections - RE: Owner's Dam Safety Program- External Audit. For more information, please contact San Francisco Regional Office at (415) 369-3300.

10b) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Office of Energy Projects - Division of Dam Safety and Inspections - Upcoming Due Items: Status Update and Extension of Time Request. For more information, please contact San Francisco Regional Office at (415) 369-3300.

 

Weekly Update #20 - May 18, 2021

Posted on May 18, 2021 at 11:30 PM Comments comments (222)

Wednesday

On Wednesday I attended the Workforce Alliance Strategic Planning Meeting with electeds from Lake, Mendocino, Napa and Sonoma Counties. What will the economy look like as we transition out of the pandemic. Here is a link to an interesting study: https://www.burning-glass.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/after_the_storm_recovery_jobs_executive_summary.pdf?fbclid=IwAR1UTAh0FeUyc-MY_Bu5ki66nPawy815Ohtykr4B16Qhk33Ef4YcYCJnojg

The MTA board approved a plan to connect transit routes through the City of Ukiah from East at Oak Manor Park to West at Todd Grove Park. This is something that has been called for since I was on the City Council. I am hopefully that this will be a better connector for the community. The route starts on July 1st so stay tuned for updates! http://mendocinotransit.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/D.4-East-West-Circular-05-12-21.pdf

 

Thursday

Every Thursday I start my day with Coffee and Conversation. I was only joined by one guest Heidi, we had the usual cannabis conversations as well as talking about my first almost six months in office. Want to hear more? Join me next Thursday!

A major topic for the Mendocino Business and Government Leaders meeting was the extended unemployment. With people receiving an additional $300 per week in Federal Funds there aren't a lot of incentives to get back in to the workforce. Also the rise in cases is very concerning as people begin to hear from the CDC that they can be maskless if they are vaccinated this is increasing the challenges to businesses that are trying to keep up with the regulations.

I also attended the EDFC meeting. They are trying to find applicants for the new team style leadership. One person has been hired and is attending meetings. One big challenge is making sure that everyone pays their loans. They have been getting at least the minimum amount from the applicants.

I also had a Western Hills conversation with a constituent that had concerns about the plans to subdivide and build houses near the base of the Western Hills. These addresses have been on the vacant and underutilized land list for the City of Ukiah for at least the last few years (2019), but it looks like the project is moving forward now. I'm sure there will be more details to come.

I attended the meeting of the Covid-19 Equity Group. The next big focus is making sure that youth are vaccinated and getting out the Spanish Language projects that the group had been working on. I'll share them when I see them.

Thursday night was also the IWPC meeting. You can read more about the concerns about the drought and the impacts on the power projects in Potter Valley and Lake Pillsbury here: https://mendoiwpc.com/iwpc-monthly-meetings/

 

Friday

There was very exciting Cannabis news in the Governor's May Revise, including Mendocino County getting $18 million dollars. There will be more to come about how this money can be used but it will be helpful. That wasn't the only good thing for Mendo we are going to keep our eyes on funding for drought projects, homeless housing and green energy.

I also spent time to review the Planning Commission meeting and Ellen Drell interview on KZYX Corporations and Democracy of course both of these were about cannabis.

 

Saturday

On Saturday Supervisor McGourty and I went to Potter Valley. We heard from Fire Chief Bill Pauli and Sherri and Bre from the Potter Valley Community Center. Many of the residents in attendance had the same concerns around fire safety and warnings and a place to gather after a fire or during a PSPS etc. We continue to have the conversation around communication. How do we get the word out for these types of meetings.

 

Sunday

I'm sure that you all saw the Measure B letter from Sheriff Allman. I am looking forward to the BHAB, Measure B and BOS meeting on May 24th. Its really important that we are all on the same page if we are going to move our community through the Mental Health crisis.

The Ad-hoc for the Move 2030 project had a meeting to discuss the current proposal and the expectations before the Board meeting.

We also had a Covid Update meeting with Dr Coren. Case numbers are on the rise and we need to get more people vaccinated.

 

Monday

I had a call with the new landscape supervisor for CalTrans District 1 to discuss landscape safety this fire season. I also had a follow up meeting with Uma Hinman from LAFCO to discuss the path forward for the Policies and Procedures Committee.

 

Tuesday

Today was the Outreach Partners Meeting. This is an opportunity for all of the service providers that serve the community can discuss CalFresh and the options available. Pandemic EBT has been helpful for those with school age children.

I had a behind the scenes tour of the new Holiday Inn Express on Airport Park Blvd! 94 rooms, outdoor patio and pool, breakfast nook and event space. It should be a nice addition for tourists to the Ukiah Valley.

 

As always you are welcome to join me on Zoom or call with questions 707-391-3664. This weekly update is not every single thing I do in a week but a summary of the meetings that I attend in case people are interested in a topic they can ask for more information.

 

Have a wonderful evening!

Weekly Update #19 - May 11, 2021

Posted on May 18, 2021 at 7:15 PM Comments comments (6)

Wednesday

On Wednesday I met with Macci Morse my Planning Commissioner to see if she had any questions and if she was enjoying being on the Planning Commission. I still need a commissioner for the Health and Human Services Agency Advisory Board if you or someone you know are interested please contact me. 707-391-3664

 

Thursday

Coffee and Conversation started with conversations about Mental Health and addiction and how we can support people in our community.

Thursday was a full day of the Ukiah Blue Zones Project with Adventist Health from meetings on Zoom to an in person meeting at the hospital. Don't get me started on health community activities I'll never stop talking. If you didn't catch my other newsletter here is more information about Blue Zones: https://go.bluezonesproject.com/mendocinocounty

Speaking of Adventist Health they asked if we could host a special Streeterie for Nurses Week. Nurses grabbed take out from local restaurants and ate out in the street.

Thankfully Katrina Kessen from the Greater Ukiah Business and Tourism Alliance handled the Streeterie while I was in my office on the Redwood Valley Town Hall for PG&E Settlement. Supervisor McGourty had the great idea of getting assistance from the UCANR and Farm Advisors office and I think it was very successful. We had several break out room sessions to hear feedback from residents about what they want to see the PG&E $22 million used for. We meet in Potter Valley on Saturday.

 

Friday

Interviews for one of the positions at EDFC continue. Do you know someone that might be a good fit? Have them call me.

Of course Friday was the Streeterie with First Friday Art Walk. It was a great success we had the kids ""Super Natural" from Canova Records and local band Weird Year playing music in the street and everyone had a great time! I haven't heard yet how the other art venues did but don't forget the Art Walk is back! And its the First Friday of every month in Downtown Ukiah from 5-8pm

 

Saturday

Of course the Second Saturday is the B2 Cleanup. I volunteer to bring my litter pickers and help the folks down at Building Bridges pick up in the neighborhood. If you'd like to join next time please do! Second Saturday at 9am

 

Sunday

Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers! It was Kasie's first Mother's Day with Teagan and we went to a family lunch at Star's. I hope you had a great day!

 

Monday

We continue to have EDFC Interviews, so that's how I started Monday. Then I went to meet the New Director of Manzanita Services. I look forward to seeing more collaboration with the Service Providers in Mendocino County Mental Health Issues. And of course I spent the remainder of the afternoon working on notes and tracking down some

B&P issues with a constituent.

 

Never a dull moment!

 

Tuesday

May 11, 2021 - 9:00 AM

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA - MENDOCINO COUNTY

1. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.)

1a) Roll Call

1b) Pledge of Allegiance

2. PROCLAMATIONS

3. PUBLIC EXPRESSION

3a) Public Expression

Attachments: 05-06-21 Redwood Valley-Calpella Fire District Correspondence

4. CONSENT CALENDAR

4a) Direction to Staff to Begin Fully Assessing, Billing and Collecting

Cannabis Business Tax, in the Current Calendar Year, to Initially

Focus Expanded Application on Unlawful Cannabis Cultivation Sites

that are Subject to Other Enforcement Action; Further to Direct

Treasurer-Tax Collector, County Counsel and Code Enforcement to

Provide a Report at the End of the Year with Recommendations

(Sponsor: Supervisor Williams)

Recommended Action:

Direct staff to begin fully assessing, billing and collecting Cannabis Business Tax,

in the current calendar year, to initially focus expanded application on unlawful

cannabis cultivation sites that are subject to other enforcement action; further to

direct Treasurer-Tax Collector, County Counsel and Code Enforcement to

provide a report at the end of the year with recommendations.

05-10-21 MCA Correspondence

05-11-21 Covelo Cannabis Advocacy Group Correspondence

Attachments:

Approved, Direct staff to bring back potential reduction in taxes to those that aren't cultivating or reducing their cultivation sites due to drought

5. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS

5a) Discussion and Possible Action Including Acceptance of Presentation

from Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Regarding Public Safety Power Shutoff

(PSPS) Planning & Preparations in the County of Mendocino

(Sponsor: Executive Office)

Recommended Action:

Accept the presentation from PG&E regarding PSPS planning & preparations in the

County of Mendocino.

Attachments: DRAFT_PGE_CWSP_Mendocino County BOS_20210511

Receive the report. Here is the link so you can see the presentation. The biggest question seems to be how do we deal with the new idea that trees that may fall could trigger a PSPS in Mendo

https://mendocino.legistar.com/MeetingDetail.aspx?ID=859449&GUID=E8E998BB-3BBC-4E07-B62B-1DE4348962D6&Options=info|&Search=

5b) Discussion and Possible Action Including Acceptance of Chief Executive

Officer’s Summary; and Acceptance of Presentations by Potter Valley

Volunteer Fire Department, Redwood Valley County Water District, and

the Brooktrails Fire Department and Little Lake Fire Protection District,

Regarding Projects for Strategically Investing One-Time Pacific Gas &

Electric (PG&E) Disaster Settlement Funds

(Sponsor: Executive Office)

Recommended Action:

Accept Chief Executive Officers Summary and presentations from Potter Valley

Volunteer Fire Department, Redwood Valley County Water District, and the

Brooktrails Fire Department and Little Lake Fire Protection District, regarding

projects for strategically investing one-time Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) disaster

settlement funds.

1-EO Summary.pdf

2-Potter Valley Fire.pdf

3-Redwood Valley Water.pdf

4-Brooktrails-Little Lake Fire.pdf

List 5-4-21.pdf

05-11-21 Scoring Matrix revised

05-11-21 List revised

Attachments:

Receive requests, discuss scoring Matrix

5c) Discussion and Possible Action Including Acceptance of Presentation and

Direction to Staff Regarding Implementation and Execution of Enhanced

Cannabis Enforcement Plan and Streamlined Process to Align all Parties,

Including Code Enforcement, the Cannabis Program, the Mendocino

County Sheriff’s Office, and County Counsel

(Sponsor: Planning and Building Services)

Recommended Action:

Accept presentation and direct staff to begin implementing and executing a

framework for establishing the enhanced cannabis enforcement model as presented,

with direction that Human Resources prioritize completion of new position

classifications described in the plan, and by returning to the Board with a cost

analysis for funding that includes including Code Enforcement, the Cannabis

Program, the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, and County Counsel to be included

in the 2021/22 budget with new positions.

Staff Memo.pdf

Final Cannabis Enf.powerpoint.pdf

05-10-21 MCA Correspondence

05-10-21 Slota Correspondence

05-11-21 Covelo Cannabis Advocacy Group Correspondence

Attachments:

Approved as recommended

6. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND MISCELLANEOUS

6a) Supervisors’ Reports Regarding Board Special Assignments, Standing and

Ad Hoc Committee Meetings, and Other Items of General Interest

05-10-21 Thank You Letter

05-10-21 UCCE Support Letter

Attachments:

Potter Valley Presentation is this Saturday

7. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MATTERS

8. MODIFICATIONS TO AGENDA

8a) OFF AGENDA ITEM: Chief Executive Officer’s Report

(Sponsor: Executive Office)

Recommended Action:

Accept the Chief Executive Officer's report.

Attachments: CEO Report 5-11-21 Edition

Brett Blaser, OES reports on need for test of alert systems

9. CLOSED SESSION

10. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED AND FILED

ADJOURNMENT

 

After today's BOS Meeting I had a Policies & Procedures Workshop for LAFCO. Its very important to me that we get feedback so we can get these policies right. Here is the agenda please reach out to me to discuss. https://www.mendolafco.org/2021-05-11-policies-procedures-committee-meeting

 

Weekly Update #18 - May 4, 2021

Posted on May 4, 2021 at 11:45 PM Comments comments (540)

Wednesday

April 28, 2021

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA - Meeting continued from 4/27/21

1. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.)

1a) Roll Call

1b) Pledge of Allegiance

 

 

2. PUBLIC EXPRESSION

 

Receive comments

 

3. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS

 

 

3a) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Introduction and Waive First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Mendocino County Code Chapter 6.36 and Chapter 20.243 Regarding Cannabis Facilities (continued from April 19, 2021) (Sponsor: Planning & Building Services)

 

Provide Direction to send item to Planning Commission

 

Recommended Action: Introduce and waive first reading of an ordinance amending Mendocino County Code Chapter 6.36 and Chapter 20.243 regarding cannabis facilities. 02. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) Memo 03. OA_2021_0001 (Mendocino) PlanningCommissionHearingPacket 04. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) PC_2021-0003 05. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) DraftCannabisFacilitiesOrdinance_RecommendationsPC_Redline 06. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) DraftCannabisFacilitiesOrdinance_CLEAN 07. Ordinance Summary - OA_2021-0001 Cannabis Facilities Proof of Pub (UDJ) GP_2021-0001 (Cannabis Facilities) BOS 4-19-21 04-17-21 Powell Correspondence 4-18-21 CBAMC Correspondence 4-18-21 CCAG Correspondence 4-18-21 Clein Correspondence 4-18-21 Dykema Correspondence 4-18-21 MCA Correspondence 04-18-21 Golden Correspondence 04-19-21 Doughty Correspondence Attachments:

 

3b) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Introduction and Waive First Reading of an Ordinance Adopting Mendocino County Code Chapter 22.18 - Commercial Cannabis Activity Land Use Development Ordinance and Making Corresponding Amendments to Chapter 10A.17 - Mendocino Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance and Chapter 20.242 - Cannabis Cultivation Sites (continued from April 19, 2021)

 

Update table and definitions and send it back to Planning Commission

- Remove Small Indoor and Medium Indoor except for in Industrial Zoning

- Allow Medium Mixed Light in Ag and Industrial, strike from other zones

- Remove the UR Zone for 10% of parcel area over 10 acres (allow with Major Use Permit in AG and RL)

- Any Use Permit that would have over 1,500 per gallon per day of water usage from a well will trigger hydrological study

 

 

(Closed Public Hearing open for Board Action Only) (Sponsor: Planning & Building Services) Recommended Action: Introduce and waive first reading of an ordinance adopting Mendocino County Code Chapter 22.18 - Commercial Cannabis Activity Land Use Development Ordinance and making corresponding amendments to Chapter 10A.17 - Mendocino Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance and Chapter 20.242 - Cannabis Cultivation Sites. April 27, 2021 Page 4 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 03. Planning Commission Packet 3.19.2021 04. Resolution PC_2021-0004 06. Draft Chapter 22.18 Appendix A (Redline) 08. Ordinance Summary - OA_2021-0002 Cannabis Cultivation 02. Memo to BOS 4.19.2021 Updated 05. OA_2021-0002 Draft Ordinance (Redline per PC Comments - Redline of 10A.17&20.242) - FINAL 07. OA_2021-0002 Draft Ordinance & Appendix A (CLEAN) Proof of Pub (IUDJ) GP_2021-0002 (Cannabis Ordinance) BOS 4-19-21 Memo to BOS 4.27.2021 FINAL Att. A to Memo 04-18-21 McGourty Memo 04-18-21 McGourty Memo 04-11-21 Callaghan Correspondence 04-11-21 DeJuan Correspondence 04-11-21 Gardner Correspondence 04-11-21 Hereld Correspondence 04-11-21 Pinson Correspondence 04-11-21 Sizemore Correspondence 04-12-21 Alexander Correspondence (2) 04-12-21 Alexander Correspondence 04-12-21 Belt Correspondence 04-12-21 Drake Correspondence 04-12-21 Easterbrook Correspondence 04-12-21 Figg-Hoblin and Hutton Correspondence 04-12-21 Goodell Correspondence 04-12-21 Hereld Correspondence 04-12-21 Hilderbrand Correspondence 04-12-21 Lodge Correspondence 04-12-21 Olcott Correspondence 04-12-21 Rede Correspondence 04-12-21 Steely Correspondence 04-12-21 Yee Correspondence 04-13-21 Beaumont Correspondence 04-13-21 Borba Correspondence 04-13-21 Carter Correspondence 04-13-21 Costa Correspondence 04-13-21 Hereld Correspondence 04-13-21 Herr Correspondence 04-13-21 Janssen Correspondence Attachments: April 27, 2021 Page 5 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-13-21 Landis Correspondence 04-13-21 Littlehales Correspondence 04-13-21 Menasian Correspondence 04-13-21 Miller Correspondence 04-13-21 Robertson Correspondence 04-13-21 Seifert Correspondence 04-13-21 Smith Correspondence 04-13-21 Walkley Correspondence 04-14-21 Anderson Correspondence 04-14-21 Bartow Correspondence 04-14-21 Cornu Correspondence 04-14-21 Falandes and Rash Correspondence 04-14-21 Fish & Game Commission Correspondence 04-14-21 Hanna Correspondence 04-14-21 Hope Correspondence 04-14-21 Jackson Correspondence 04-14-21 Jupiter Correspondence 04-14-21 Kanne Correspondence 04-14-21 Kaur Correspondence 04-14-21 Lieser Correspondence 04-14-21 Light Correspondence 04-14-21 Lind Correspondence 04-14-21 Nicholson Correspondence 04-14-21 Oller Correspondence 04-14-21 Orton Correspondence 04-14-21 Paltin Correspondence 04-14-21 Raphael Correspondence 04-14-21 Rosen Correspondence 04-14-21 Sawataky Correspondence 04-14-21 Smith Correspondence 04-14-21 Trevey Correspondence 04-14-21 Trichler Correspondence 04-14-21 Vest Correspondence 04-14-21 Zimmermann Correspondence 04-15-21 Adair Correspondence 04-15-21 Beebe Correspondence 04-15-21 Berglund Correspondence 04-15-21 Blumenfeld Correspondence April 27, 2021 Page 6 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-15-21 Brown Correspondence 04-15-21 Bruce Correspondence 04-15-21 Clifton Correspondence 04-15-21 Drewes Correspondence 04-15-21 Holbrook Correspondence 2 04-15-21 Holbrook Correspondence 04-15-21 Kuchera Correspondence 04-15-21 Loop Correspondence 04-15-21 Mancinelli Correspondence 04-15-21 McElwee Correspondence 04-15-21 ORourke Correspondence 04-15-21 Osteen Correspondence 04-15-21 Putter Correspondence 04-15-21 Riedel Correspondence 04-15-21 Shell Correspondence 04-15-21 Stark Correspondence 04-15-21 Tichenor Correspondence 04-15-21 Weitala Correspondence 04-15-21 Willens Correspondence 04-14-21 Ebyam Correspondence 03-31-21 Nelson Correspondence 04-02-21 DeJuan Correspondence 04-04-21 Hansen Correpsondence 04-04-21 Pope Correspondence 04-09-21 Calonico Correspondence 04-09-21 Due Correspondence 04-09-21 Gary Correspondence 04-09-21 Mailliard Correspondence 04-15-21 Dooley Correspondence 04-15-21 Erickson Correspondence 04-15-21 Futcher and Carney Correspondence 04-15-21 Graham Correspondence 04-15-21 Grande Correspondence 04-15-21 Gundling Correspondence 04-15-21 Inland Mendocino County Land Trust Correspondence 04-15-21 L Fugman Correspondence 04-15-21 Lombardi Correspondence 04-15-21 Lopez Correspondence April 27, 2021 Page 7 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-15-21 Madison Correspondence 04-15-21 Mendocino County Farm Bureau Correspondence 04-15-21 Owen Correspondence 04-15-21 P Fugman Correspondence 04-15-21 Payne Correspondence 04-15-21 Perkins Correspondence 04-15-21 Roe Correspondence 04-15-21 Shebitz Correspondence 04-15-21 Slota Correspondence 04-15-21 Sobrero Correspondence 04-15-21 Wright Correspondence 04-16-21 Andrews Correspondence 04-16-21 Angellella Correspondence 04-16-21 AuClair Correspondence 04-16-21 Beltran Correspondence 04-16-21 Blackwell Correspondence 04-16-21 Bonnet Correspondence 04-16-21 Campos Correspondence 04-16-21 Cervantes Correspondence 04-16-21 Cook Correspondence 04-16-21 Cortez Correspondence 04-16-21 Covelo Community Services District Correspondence 04-16-21 Elberg-Gibson Correspondence 04-16-21 Faulkner Correspondence 04-16-21 Flow Cannabis Correspondence 04-16-21 Gamble Correspondence 04-16-21 Gonzalez Correspondence 04-16-21 Harrison Correspondence 04-16-21 Hicks Correspondence 04-16-21 Johnston Correspondence 04-16-21 Jupiter Correspondence 04-16-21 Kanthack Correspondence 04-16-21 Kasten Correspondence 04-16-21 Keats Correspondence 04-16-21 Kiel Correspondence 04-16-21 Lizarraga Correspondence 04-16-21 Lumbreras Correspondence 04-16-21 Madison Correspondence April 27, 2021 Page 8 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-16-21 Manion Correspondence 04-16-21 MCA Correspondence 04-16-21 McCarthy Correspondence 04-16-21 Mijatovic Correspondence 04-16-21 Morgan Correspondence 04-16-21 Nadler Correspondence 04-16-21 Pool Correspondence 04-16-21 Putter Correspondence 04-16-21 Richards Correspondence 04-16-21 Ruiz Correspondence 04-16-21 RVAMAC Addendum Correspondence 04-16-21 RV County Water District 04-16-21 Sacks Correspondence 04-16-21 Saunders Correspondence 04-16-21 Sicairos Correspondence 04-16-21 Smit Correspondence 04-16-21 Steven Correspondence 04-16-21 V. Beltran Correspondence 04-16-21 Zamora Correspondence 04-15-21 Baize Correspondence 04-15-21 Bancroft Correspondence 04-15-21 Berman Correspondence 04-15-21 Bernard Correspondence 04-15-21 Blackwell Correspondence 04-15-21 Borst Correspondence 04-15-21 Browe Correspondence 04-15-21 Calonico Correspondence 04-15-21 Castro Correspondence 04-15-21 Cisney Correspondence 04-15-21 Craig Correspondence 04-16-21 Rogers Correspondence 04-16-21 Gallop Correspondence 04-15-21 Mullen Correspondence 04-16-21 Beaumont Correspondence 04-16-21 Westwood Correspondence 04-16-21 Reynolds Correspondence 04-15-21 Peregrine Audubon Society Correspondence 04-16-21 Miller Correspondence April 27, 2021 Page 9 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-16-21 Hildebrand Correspondence 04-16-21 Lawner Correspondence 04-16-21 Dakin Correspondence 04-16-21 Gray Correspondence 04-16-21 Breckenridge Correspondence 04-16-21 MCCAAC Correspondence 04-16-21 Sullivan Correspondence 04-16-21 Soss Correspondence 04-16-21 Cavendish Correspondence 04-16-21 Cortez Correspondence 04-16-21 Cross Correspondence 04-16-21 Davenport Correspondence 04-16-21 Emerald Sun Correspondence 04-16-21 MCA-CCAO-Amendments Correspondence 04-16-21 CCSD Correspondence 04-16-21 Miller Correspondence 04-16-21 Raye Correspondence 04-16-21 Shelly Correspondence 04-16-21 Zarza-Hernandez Correspondence 04-17-21 Ross Correspondence 04-17-21 Covelo Cannabis Advocacy Group Correspondence 04-17-21 Fayal Correspondence 04-17-21 Gribi Correspondence 04-17-21 Kushner Correspondence 04-16-21 RVMAC Correspondence 04-17-21 Restrepo Correspondence 04-17-21 Briggs Correspondence 04-17-21 Carlson Correspondence 04-17-21 Clayburg Correspondence 04-17-21 Courtney Correspondence 04-17-21 Dellacorva-Tate Correspondence 04-17-21 King Correspondence 04-17-21 Lamon Correspondence 04-17-21 Lumpkin and Talkovsky Correspondence 04-17-21 Mitro Correspondence 04-17-21 O’Roke Correspondence 04-17-21 Phallen-Fike Correspondence 04-17-21 Santaniello Correspondence April 27, 2021 Page 10 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-17-21 Short Correspondence 04-17-21 Trew Correspondence 04-17-21 Turcotte Correspondence 04-17-21 Weaver Correspondence 04-17-21 Davis Correspondence 4-18-21 Strong Correspondence 4-18-21 Sugarman Correspondence 4-18-21 Van Antwerp Correspondence 4-18-21 Walker Correspondence 4-18-21 WEC Letter to BOS 4-18-21 Wentzel Correspondence 4-18-21 Wolff Correspondence 4-18-21 Zachreson Correspondence 4-18-21 Zanella Correspondence 4-18-21 Zensen Correspondence 4-18-21 Aleshire Correspondence 4-18-21 Backup Correspondence 4-18-21 Bauer Correspondence 4-18-21 Bing Correspondence 4-18-21 Birger Correspondence 4-18-21 Borst Correspondence 4-18-21 Breen Correspondence 4-18-21 Carlstedt Correspondence 4-18-21 CBAMC Correspondence 4-18-21 CCAG Correspondence 4-18-21 Clein Correspondence 4-18-21 Cook Correspondence 4-18-21 Duke Correspondence 4-18-21 Fisette Correspondence 4-18-21 Frye Correspondence 4-18-21 Greene Correspondence 4-18-21 Gustafson Correspondence 4-18-21 Hansen Correspondence 4-18-21 Harman Correspondence 4-18-21 Harness Correspondence 4-18-21 Hayes Correspondence 4-18-21 Heath Correspondence 4-18-21 Heise Correspondence April 27, 2021 Page 11 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 4-18-21 Hereld Correspondence 4-18-21 Hurt Correspondence 4-18-21 I. Powell Correspondence 4-18-21 Karish Correspondence 4-18-21 King Correspondence 4-18-21 Knox Correspondence 4-18-21 Kuhnert Correspondence 4-18-21 Leighton Correspondence 4-18-21 Lockart Correspondence 4-18-21 Lovitt Correspondence 4-18-21 Luiz Correspondence 4-18-21 Magoffin Correspondence 4-18-21 Martin Correspondence 4-18-21 Morales Correspondence 4-18-21 Nelson Correspondence 4-18-21 Nicolaus Correspondence 4-18-21 O'Neill Correspondence 4-18-21 Phallen-Fike Correspondence 4-18-21 Powell Correspondence 4-18-21 Ray Correspondence 4-18-21 Rice Correspondence 4-18-21 Rogers Correspondence 4-18-21 Sanhedrin Chapter of the California Native Plant Society Correspondence 4-18-21 Shaffer Correspondence 4-18-21 Slota Correspondence 4-18-21 Smith Correspondence 4-18-21 Snyder Correspondence 4-18-21 Sommer Correspondence 04-17-21 Davis Correspondence 04-19-21 Miles Correspondence 04-19-21 Thomasson Correspondence 04-19-21 Brown Correspondence 04-19-21 Jenkins Correspondence 04-19-21 Lippert Correspondence 04-19-21 Farris Correspondence 04-19-21 Russell Correspondence 4-18-21 Fraser Correspondence 4-18-21 Gordon Correspondence April 27, 2021 Page 12 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 4-18-21 Holloway Correspondence 4-18-21 Ineich Correspondence 4-18-21 J. King Correspondence 4-18-21 Joel Correspondence 4-18-21 Koerper Correspondence 4-18-21 Krupski Correspondence 4-18-21 Leland Correspondence 4-18-21 L'Hoir Correspondence 4-18-21 Luria Correspondence 4-18-21 MacDonald Correspondence 4-18-21 Mileck Correspondence 4-18-21 Northcott Correspondence 4-18-21 Adams Correspondence 4-18-21 Alvarado Correspondence 4-18-21 Applegate Correspondence 4-18-21 Azarnoff Correspondence 4-18-21 Barney Correspondence 4-18-21 Bolton-Ast and Bennett Correspondence 4-18-21 Cardone Correspondence 4-18-21 Chestnut Correspondence 4-18-21 Cox Correspondence 4-18-21 Cummings Correspondence 4-18-21 Davis Correspondence 4-18-21 Franck Correspondence 4-18-21 Simmonds Correspondence 4-18-21 Spindler Correspondence 4-18-21 Stout Correspondence 4-18-21 Talkovsky Correspondence 4-18-21 Tenmile Creek Watershed Council Correspondence 4-18-21 Tripaldi Correspondence 4-18-21 Trudeau Correspondence 4-18-21 Wattenberg Correspondence 4-18-21 Wheeler Correspondence 4-18-21 Whipple Correspondence 4-18-21 Yeh Correspondence 4-18-21 Zensen Correspondence 4-18-21 O'Donnell Correspondence 4-18-21 P. Yeh Correspondence April 27, 2021 Page 13 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 4-18-21 Pellar Correspondence 4-18-21 Perrin Correspondence 4-18-21 Planty Correspondence 4-18-21 Schindler Correspondence 04-18-21 Clark Correspondence 04-18-21 Decater Correspondence 04-18-21 Doering Correspondence 04-18-21 Ferreira Correspondence 04-18-21 Haga Correspondence 04-17-21 Zanetell Correspondence 04-18-21 Artman Correspondence 04-18-21 Attaway Correspondence 04-18-21 Bailey Correspondence 04-18-21 Bauer Correspondence 04-18-21 Birkas Correspondence 04-18-21 C Knight Correspondence 04-18-21 Penaloza Correspondence 04-18-21 Phillips Correspondence 04-18-21 Reinier Correspondence 04-18-21 Schindel Correspondence 04-18-21 Sischo Correspondence 04-18-21 Harman Correspondence 04-18-21 Hauk Correspondence 04-18-21 Hill Correspondence 04-18-21 Knight Correspondence 04-18-21 Lohse Correspondence 04-18-21 Monroe Correspondence 04-18-21 Nilson Correspondence 04-19-21 Abbott Correspondence 04-19-21 Boyd Correspondence 04-19-21 Donham Correspondence 04-19-21 M Snyder Correspondence 04-19-21 Snyder Correspondence 04-18-21 Sison and Hawley Correspondence 04-18-21 Turner Correspondence 04-18-21 Underhill Correspondence 04-18-21 Wordhouse Correspondence 04-19-21 Barra Correspondence April 27, 2021 Page 14 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-19-21 Kennedy Correspondence 04-19-21 Rolzinski Correspondence 04-19-21 Sirah Correspondence 04-19-21 Williams Correspondence 04-19-21 Leland Correspondence 04-19-21 SEC Correspondene 04-19-21 Karaglanis Correspondence 04-19-21 Morford Correspondence 04-19-21 Decarlos Correspondence 04-19-21 Marr Correspondence 04-19-21 Laytonville County Water District Correspondence 04-19-21 Oncale Correspondence 04-19-21 Priesmeyer Correspondence 04-19-21 Speckman Correspondence 04-19-21 Ward Correspondence 04-19-21 Yeh Correspondence 04-19-21 Richard Correspondence 04-19-21 Steinmetz Correspondence 04-19-21 Tye Correspondence 04-19-21 Madison Correspondence 04-19-21 Werra Correspondence 04-19-21 Werra Correspondence 04-19-21 Gordon Correspondence 04-19-21 Boyle Correspondence 04-19-21 Easterbrook Correspondence 04-19-21 Boyle Correspondence 04-19-21 Cavanaugh Correspondence 04-19-21 Easterbrook Correspondence 04-19-21 Glyer Correspondence 04-19-21 Albert Correspondence 04-19-21 Boyle Correspondence 04-19-21 Cavanaugh Correspondence 04-19-21 Dutro Correspondence 04-19-21 Easterbrook Correspondence 04-19-21 Glyer Correspondence 04-19-21 Matheny Correspondence 04-19-21 Orton Correspondence 04-19-21 Powell Correspondence 04-19-21 Ward Correspondence

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

 

 

Thursday

As you know I have a Zoom meeting every Thursday morning. Coffee and Conversation centered around the Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance and Cannabis Facilities Ordinance which are both going to the Planning Commission. I'm happy to discuss the ordinance anytime as people seem to have a lot of questions. Give me a call 707-391-3664

During the Mendocino Business and Government Leaders Discussion we had a discussion about the Covid variants and the sudden move to the Yellow Tier.

I spent the afternoon Volunteering at the Vaccine Clinic at the Fairgrounds.

 

Friday

I'm sure I did something on Friday I just can't remember now LOL (Did you read this far anyway?)

 

Saturday

On Saturday I volunteered at the Drive Up Vaccine Clinic at UHS. This was for students over 16 and their families. It was a great opportunity to get the whole family vaccinated. It turned out many of the adults had been vaccinated through their work and just the kids got the shot. But a couple of cars left and brought back more members of their household so that was fantastic!

 

 

Sunday

On Sunday's I go to Zumba with Rachel at Young for Life. I've shared that before but I didn't know if you knew that Rachel is part of the new #NotMyAddiction campaign. I love this campaign to destigmatize addiction and more importantly recovery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYIGr80LhM8

 

Monday

On Monday I had a LAFCO meeting. Its important that people understand that LAFCO truly controls how communities are developed (or not). The Ukiah Valley has many urgent needs and some very important items in front of LAFCO. This is not a board that has been very transparent in the past and its my goal to daylight some of the challenges that have controlled this Board for a decade or more. Its time to work together to accomplish community goals.

I listened in on the MCOG meeting even though I'm not a rep, I wanted to hear the City of Ukiah Transportation update. You can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwWMgTIA_JI

I hope you have heard of the Blue Zones. On Monday there was a webinar with Tony Beuttner. There will be more meetings this week I hope you will join in! https://info.bluezonesproject.com/mendocinoco-zoom

 

 

Tuesday

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA

May 4, 2021

1. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.)

1a) Roll Call

1b) Pledge of Allegiance

2. PROCLAMATIONS Items in this section are automatically adopted unless specifically pulled by a Supervisor. Proclamations may be presented or commented on as needed.

3. PUBLIC EXPRESSION

3a) Public Expression

4. CONSENT CALENDAR

ITEMS RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL:

MINUTES

 

Approved

4a) Approval of Minutes of April 19, 2021 Special Meeting Recommended Action: Approve minutes of the April 19, 2021 special meeting. Attachments: 4-19-21 Minutes - DRAFT

 

Approved

4b) Approval of Minutes of April 20, 2021 Regular Meeting Recommended Action: Approve minutes of the April 20, 2021 regular meeting. Attachments: 4-20-21 Minutes - DRAFT APPOINTMENTS

Approved

4c) Approval of Recommended Appointments/Reappointments Recommended Action: 1. Jayma Spence, Community Health Representative, Health and Human Services Agency Advisory Board; and 2. Rory Martion, Trustee, Covelo Public Cemetery District. Spence Application Martion Application Attachments:

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

Recieved

4d) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing Child Care Provider Appreciation Month in May, 2021 (Sponsors: Supervisor Haschak and Supervisor Mulheren) Recommended Action: Adopt proclamation recognizing Child Care Provider Appreciation Month in May, 2021. Child Care Provider Appreciation Proclamation Family and Child Data Attachments:

Recieved

4e) Adoption of Proclamation Celebrating Small Business Week, May 3-7, Honoring our Small Business Heroes, and Reminding Residents of the Community to Support Our Small Businesses by Shopping Locally (Sponsors: Supervisor Mulheren and Supervisor Williams) Recommended Action: Adopt the Proclamation celebrating Small Business Week, May 3-7, honoring our Small Business Heroes, and reminding residents of the community to support our small businesses by shopping locally. Attachments: Small Business Week Proclamation

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

Approved

4f) Adoption of Resolution Declaring the Continuation of a Local Emergency Related to the October Wind Events and Corresponding Pacific Gas and Electric Public Safety Power Shutoff Events on October 23, 2019, October 26, 2019 and October 29, 2019, in Mendocino County as Proclaimed by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution declaring the continuation of a Local Emergency related to the October wind events and corresponding Pacific Gas and Electric Public Safety Power Shutoff Events on October 23, 2019, October 26, 2019, and October 29, 2019, in Mendocino County as declared by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Resolution

 

Approved

4g) Adoption of Resolution Declaring the Continuation of a Local Emergency Related to the Multiple September 2020 Fires including; August Complex, Oak Fire and Hopkins Fire, as Proclaimed by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services and Declaring the Continuation of a Local Health Emergency as Proclaimed by the Health Officer Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution declaring the continuation of a Local Emergency related to the Multiple September 2020 fires including; August Complex fire, Oak Fire and Hopkins fire as proclaimed by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services and declaring the continuation of a Local Health Emergency as proclaimed by the Health Officer; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Resolution

 

Approved

4h) Approval of Amendment of the Board of Supervisors 2021 Master Meeting Calendar, Adding a Regular Meeting on May 11, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve amendment to the Board of Supervisors 2021 Master Meeting Calendar, adding a Regular Meeting on May 11, 2021. Attachments: 05-04-21 Proposed Master Calendar

Approved

4i) Approval of Third Amendment to Agreement 15-056 with Thomson Reuters/Aumentum in the Amount of $12,000, for a New Total Contract Amount of $2,490,533, Related to the Acquisition of County-Wide Property Tax Software System - a Custom Online Payment Integration to the County’s Payment Vendor for Online Tax Bill Payments and a Breakout of the Go-Live Approval into Two Stages to Reflect the Phased Go-Live of the Public Access Functionalities; Authorize the Chief Executive Officer or her/his designee to Execute any and all Documents in Relation to the Transaction; and Authorize the Chief Executive Officer or her/his Designee to Sign Any Future Amendments to the Agreement That Do Not Alter the Fiscal Aspect of the Thomson Reuters/Aumentum Master Agreement for Licensed Software, Hardware, and Services Recommended Action: Approve the third Amendment to Agreement 15-056 with Thomson Reuters/Aumentum in the amount of $12,000, for a new total contract amount of $2,490,533, for the acquisition of County-Wide property tax software system - a custom online payment integration to the county's payment vendor for online tax bill payments and a breakout of the go-live approval into two stages to reflect the phased go-live of the public access functionalities; authorize the Chief Executive Officer or her/his designee to execute any and all documents in relation to the transaction; and authorize the Chief Executive Officer or her/his designee to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not alter the fiscal aspect of the Thomson Reuters/Aumentum Master Agreement for licensed software, hardware, and services; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Agreement

 

Approved

4j) Approval of Retroactive Contract with Mendocino County Fire Safe Council for Ignition Resistant Project Management Services in the Amount of $376,903 Term Starting March 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021 (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Approve retroactive contract with Mendocino County Fire Safe Council for Ignition Resistant project management services in the amount of $376,903 term starting March 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: MCFSC Ignition Resistant Contract

Approved

4k) Authorization to Acquire Replacement Vehicle, a Toyota Rav 4 AWD Hybrid, for the Department of Health and Human Services, Social Services Division (Fixed Assets) Due to Vehicle Collision, Including Approval of Insurance Reimbursable Appropriations Adjustments in the Amount of $33,700.00 as follows: Appropriation and Revenue Increase in the Department of Health and Human Services, Social Services Division Budget Unit 5010, Line Items 864370 and 827802 in the Amount of $33,700.00; and Addition of Vehicle to the List of Fixed Assets Recommended Action: Authorize acquisition of replacement vehicles, a Toyota Rav 4 AWD Hybrid, for the Department of Health and Human Services, Social Services Division (Fixed Assets) due to vehicle collision, including approval of insurance reimbursable appropriations adjustments in the amount of $33,700.00 as follows: appropriation and revenue increase in the Department of Health and Human Services, Social Services Division Budget Unit 5010, Line Items 864370 and 827802 in the Amount of $33,700.00; add vehicle to the List of Fixed Assets. Request for Appropriation Thurston RAV4 Attachments:

 

Approved

4l) Authorization for the Facilities and Fleet Division Manager to Establish Capital Improvement Projects to Complete Roll-up Door Replacement at the Fort Bragg Road Yard in the amount of $7,000, Roll-up Door Replacement at the Main Jail Sally Port in the Amount of $8,000, and Repair of Safety Room Padding at the Main Jail in the Amount of $6,000 and Authorization for the Facilities and Fleet Division Manager to Act as Project Manager to Enter Contracts and Approve Change Orders for the Projects, Pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20142 Recommended Action: Authorize the Facilities and Fleet Division Manager to establish a Capital Improvement projects to complete roll-up door replacement at the Fort Bragg Road Yard in the amount of $7,000, roll-up door replacement at the Main Jail sally port in the amount of $8,000, and repair of safety room padding at the Main Jail in the amount of $6,000; and authorize the Facilities and Fleet Division Manager to act as project manager to enter contracts and approve change orders for the project, pursuant to Public Contract Code section 20142.

CHILD SUPPORT

Approved

4m) Authorization to Award a Retroactive Contract to August-Jay, Inc. in the Amount of $288,000 for the Child Support Flooring and Improvement Project at 107 S. State Street, Ukiah, for the Period of April 21, 2021 through June 30, 2021 and Authorization for the Facilities and Fleet Division Manager to Act as Project Manager to Approve Change Orders for the Project, Pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20142 Recommended Action: Authorize retroactive contract award to August-Jay, Inc. in the amount of $288,000 for the Child Support Services Flooring and Improvement Project at 107 S. State Street, Ukiah, for the period of April 21, 2021 through June 30, 2021;authorize the Facilities and Fleet Division Manager to act as Project Manager to enter contracts and approve change orders for the project, pursuant to Public Contract Code section 20142; and authorize Chair to sign same. Bid Results-Child Support Flooring 3-31-21 BOS August-Jaye Child Support Flooring & Improvements Signed Attachments:

COUNTY COUNSEL

 

Approved

4n) Approval of Retroactive Amendment to Agreement With Hawkins, Delafield & Woods, LLP. in the Amount of $10,000 to Increase the Total Amount From $25,000 to $35,000 and Extension of Termination Date From June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2023 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Agreement with Hawkins, Delafield & Woods, LLP. in the amount of $10,000 to increase the amount from $25,000 to $35,000 and extend termination date from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2023; and authorize Chair to sign same. Hawkins Delafield Amendment - $35,000 [6.30.23] Hawkins Delafield Agreement FY 20-21 $25K Attachments:

4o) Approval of Amendment to Agreement 20-170 with Hanson Bridgett, LLC Extending the Termination Date From June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve Amendment to Agreement 20-170 with Hanson Bridgett, LLC extending the termination date from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same. Hanson Bridgett Amendment 6.30.22 Agreement 20-170 Attachments:

Approved

4p) Approval of Third Amendment to Board of Supervisors Agreement No. 19-240 with Thomas Law Group to Provide Legal Services Related to Keep The Code, Inc., v. County of Mendocino (Mendocino Superior Court Case No. SCUK-CVPT-12-60196), Extending the Termination Date From June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve Third Amendment to Board of Supervisors Agreement No. 19-240 with Thomas Law Group to provide legal services related to Keep The Code, Inc., v. County of Mendocino (Mendocino Superior Court Case No. SCUK-CVPT-12-60196), extending the termination date from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same. TLG Third Amendment-BOS [6.30.22] Second Amended Agreement 19-240-A2 Signed Budget Transfer Form Appropriations Request Amendment BOS $280,000 - final PA Amended Agreement - BOS 19-240 - $125,000 Thomas Law Group 19-20 $50,000 PA# 20-23 Attachments:

 

Approved

4q) Approval of Amendment to Purchasing Agent Agreement No. 20-135 between Goodin, MacBride, Squeri & Day, LLP and the County of Mendocino, Extending Period of Services from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve amendment to Purchasing Agent Agreement No. 20-135 between Goodin, MacBride, Squeri & Day, LLP and the County of Mendocino, extending the period of services from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same. GMSD Amendment [6.30.22] GMSD Agreement FY 2020-2021 Attachments:

 

Approved

4r) Approval of Amendment to Agreement 21-005 with Abbott & Kindermann, Inc., Extending the Termination Date from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve amendment to agreement 21-005 with Abbott & Kindermann, Inc., extending the termination date from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same. Abbott & Kindermann - Amendment-BOS [6.30.22] Agreement 21-005 Attachments:

Approved

4s) Approval of Amendment to Agreement CO-03 with Abbott & Kindermann, Inc., Extending the Termination Date From June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve amendment to agreement CO-03 with Abbott & Kindermann, Inc., extending the termination date from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same. Third Amended Agreement-Abbot & Kindermann (Vineyard Crossing) [6.30.22] Second Amended Agreement-Abbott & Kindermann First Amended Agreement-Abbott & Kindermann Original Agreement (2018) Attachments:

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

 

Approved

4t) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing May 2021 as National Foster Care Awareness Month in Mendocino County Recommended Action: Adopt Proclamation Recognizing May 2021 as National Foster Care Awareness Month in Mendocino County; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: National Foster Care Awareness Month, Proclamation, May, 2021, SS FCS

 

Approved

4u) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing May 2021 as Mental Health Awareness Month in Mendocino County Recommended Action: Adopt Proclamation recognizing May 2021 as Mental Health Awareness Month in Mendocino County; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Mental Health Month, Proclamation, May 2021, BHRS MH, Proclamation

 

Approved

4v) Approval of Agreement with Davis Guest Home in the Amount of $218,431 to Provide Residential Care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short Clients for the Period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with Davis Guest Home in the amount of $218,431 to provide residential care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short clients for the period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/BHRS Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Davis Guest Home, $218,431, 21-22, BHRS MH - Preliminary

 

Approved

4w) Approval of Agreement with Canyon Manor in the Amount of $255,719 t o P r o v i d e R e s i d e n t i a l C a r e t o M e n d o c i n o C o u n t y Lanterman-Petris-Short Clients for the Period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with Canyon Manor in the amount of $255,719 to provide residential care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short clients for the period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/BHRS Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Canyon Manor, $255,719, 21-22, BHRS MH, Preliminary

 

Approved

4x) Approval of Agreement with Casa Serenity, LLC., in the Amount of $73,000, to Provide Residential Care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short Clients, Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with Casa Serenity, LLC., in the amount of $73,000, to provide residential care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short clients, effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Casa Serenity, $73,000 4y) Approval of Agreement with Crestwood Behavioral Health, Inc. in the Amount of $350,000 to Provide Residential Care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short Clients, Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with Crestwood Behavioral Health, Inc. in the amount of $350,000 to provid e r e s i d e n t i a l c a r e t o M e n d o c i n o C o u n t y Lanterman-Petris-Short clients, effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Crestwood Behavioral Health, $350,000

 

Approved

4z) Approval of Agreement with Nadham, Inc. dba Creekside Convalescent Hospital-Behavioral Health Unit in the Amount of $251,850 to Provide Residential Care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short Clients for the Period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with Nadham, Inc. dba Creekside Convalescent Hospital-Behavioral Health Unit in the amount of $251,850 to provide residential care to Mendocino County Lanterman-Petris-Short clients for the period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/BHRS Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Nadham Inc. DBA Creekside Convalescent Hospital - Behavioral Health Unit, $251,850, 21-22, BHRS MH - Preliminary

 

Approved

4aa ) Approval of Agreement with Redwood Community Services, Inc, in the Amount of $60,000 to Provide Housing Navigation Services to CalWORKs Housing Support and Family Stabilization Customers in Mendocino County, Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with Redwood Community Services, Inc, in the amount of $60,000 to Provide Housing Navigation Services to CalWORKs Housing Support and Family Stabilization customers in Mendocino County, effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director or designee to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Redwood Community Services, $60,000, 21-22, SS EFAS - Preliminary

 

Approved

4ab ) Approval of Agreement with Redwood Community Services in the Amount of $140,422 to Provide Expanded Subsidized Employment for California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) Participants, Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with Redwood Community Services in the amount of $140,422 to provide Expanded Subsidized Employment for California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) participants, effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/ Social Services Director to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Redwood Community Services, $140,422

 

Approved

4ac) Approval of Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 17-042 with the California Department of Health Care Services in the Amount of $2,286,613.08 for a New Total of $12,791,333.08 for the extension of the Whole Person Care Pilot Project, Effective Upon Full Execution Through a New End Date of June 30, 2022 (Original End Date of June 30, 2021) Recommended Action: Approve Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 17-042 with the California Department of Health Care Services in the amount of $2,286,613.08 for a new total of $12,791,333.08 for the extension of the Whole Person Care Pilot Project, effective upon full execution through a new end date of June 30, 2022 (original end date of June 30, 2021); authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/ Public Health Director to sign any amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Department of Health Care Services WPC Amendment CA Dept. of Health Care Services, Whole Person Care, Agreement Attachments:

 

Approved

4ad ) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with Project Sanctuary in the Amount of $456,868 to Provide Non-Congregate Shelter (i.e. Motel Vouchers) and Housing Navigation Services Needed to Prevent, Prepare For, and Respond to Coronavirus Among Individuals and Families Who Are Fleeing Domestic Violence In Mendocino County for the Period of January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Agreement with Project Sanctuary in the amount of $456,868 to provide non-congregate shelter (i.e. motel vouchers) and Housing Navigation Services needed to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus among individuals and families who are fleeing domestic violence in Mendocino County for the period of January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director or designee to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Project Sanctuary, $456,868, 20-22, ACT HOMe Team - COVID-19 - Preliminary May 4, 2021

 

Approved

4ae) Approval of Retroactive Amendment to Agreement No. MH-20-007 with Anderson Valley Unified School District in the Amount of $29,538 for a New Total of $48,136 for Mental Health Services Act Funded Programs, Effective July 1, 2020 Through a New End Date June 30, 2021 (Original End Date December 31, 2020) Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Amendment to Agreement No. MH-20-007 with Anderson Valley Unified School District in the amount of $29,538 for a new total of $48,136 for Mental Health Services Act funded programs, effective July 1, 2020 through a new end date June 30, 2021 (original end date December 31, 2020); authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Behavioral Health Director to sign any additional amendments that do not increase the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Anderson Valley Unified School District, Amendment Anderson Valley Unified School District, Original Agreement Attachments:

 

SHERIFF-CORONER

Approved

4af) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing May 2-8, 2021 as National Correctional Officers Week in Mendocino County Recommended Action: Adopt proclamation recognizing May 2-8, 2021 as National Correctional Officers Week in Mendocino County. Attachments: 2021 National Correctional Officers Week Proclamation.docx

 

Approved

4ag) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing May 15, 2021 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and May 9-15, 2021 as National Police Week Recommended Action: Adopt proclamation recognizing May 15, 2021 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and May 9-15, 2021 as National Police Week. Attachments: 2021 National Police Proclamation.docx

 

Approved

4ah ) Approval of Retroactive Second Amendment to BOS Agreement 17-131 with NaphCare Inc. in the Amount of $283,568.34 for a New Agreement Total of $1,074,536.98 for the Jail Based Competency Treatment Program to Inmates of the Mendocino County Jail with Funding from the Department of State Hospitals, Effective July 23, 2019 through April 30, 2021 Recommended Action/Motion: Recommended Action: Approve Retroactive Second Amendment to Agreement BOS-17-131 with NaphCare Inc. in the amount of $283,568.34 for a new agreement total of $1,074,536.98 for the Jail Based Competency Treatment (JBCT) Program to inmates of the Mendocino County Jail with funding from the Department of State Hospitals, effective July 23, 2019 through April 30, 2021; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: b Naphcare Inc Amend 2 $283,568.34 JBCT dept-vendor sigs.pdf

 

TRANSPORTATION

 

Approved

4ai) Adoption of Resolution Extending the Term of Board of Supervisors Agreement Number 11-008, Caspar Transfer Station Operations Agreement and Lease Between the County of Mendocino and Solid Wastes of Willits, Inc., as Amendment Number 8 to the Agreement, from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2025 (Caspar Area) Recommended Action: Adopt resolution extending the term of Board of Supervisors Agreement Number 11-008, Caspar Transfer Station Operations Agreement and Lease between the County of Mendocino and Solid Wastes of Willits, Inc., as Amendment Number 8 to the Agreement, from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2025 (Caspar Area); and authorize Chair to sign same. Resolution Resolution 4364-2021 Attachments:

 

Approved

4aj) Adoption of Resolution Approving Department of Transportation Agreement Number 200041, with Wood Rodgers, Inc., in the Amount of $762,353, for Professional Engineering Design Services, and Authorizing an Additional Contingency Amount of $76,300, for the Outlet Creek Bridge Replacement on Reynolds Highway, County Road 310, Milepost 4.87 (Willits Area) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution approving Department of Transportation Agreement Number 200041, with Wood Rodgers, Inc., in the amount of $762,353, for professional engineering design services and authorizing an additional contingency amount of $76,300, for the Outlet Creek Bridge Replacement on Reynolds Highway, County Road 310, Milepost 4.87 (Willits Area); and authorize Chair to sign same. Letter Resolution Unsigned Agreement Attachments:

 

Approved

4ak ) Adoption of Resolution Establishing the Total Mileage of County Maintained Roads at 1,016.86 Miles as of December 31, 2020 (County Wide) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution establishing the total mileage of County Maintained Roads at 1,016.86 miles as of December 31, 2020 (County Wide); and authorize Chair to sign same. Letter Resolution Summary of Changes 2020 Road List Attachments:

 

5. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS

 

Receive report, written report attached to agenda. Working on making sure that equity pockets get the vaccine with smaller clinics. Will be able to vaccinate 12-15 when it becomes available either through Doctors or school districts.

5a) Discussion and Possible Action Including an Update Associated with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19); and Provide Possible Direction Regarding Essential Services in Mendocino County, Operational Preparation and Response, and Associated Countywide Economic Impacts (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Receive update regarding COVID-19 in the County, discuss and/or provide direction regarding essential services in Mendocino County, operational preparation and response, and associated countywide economic impacts.

 

Receive report, provide direction

5b) Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Presentation of the Third Quarter Budget Report on the Status of County Departmental Budgets and Executive Office Recommendations for Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-21; and Adoption of Resolution Amending the FY 2020-21 Adopted Budget (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Accept the Third Quarter Budget Report on the status of departmental spending and revenues for FY 2020-21; approve Executive Office recommendations; adopt Resolution amending the FY 2020-21 Adopted Budget; and authorize Chair to sign same. Resolution FY20-21 3rd Qtr Report Attachment A Attachment B Exhibit A Exhibit B 20-21 3rd quarter presentation Attachments:

 

Receive Report, provide direction

5c) Discussion and Possible Action Including Direction to Staff Regarding the Preparation of Mendocino County’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 Budget (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Provide direction to staff regarding the priorities and preparation of Mendocino County's FY 2021-22 Budget. FY 21-22 Budget Workshop Presentation Attachment A Attachments:

 

Receive Presentations

5d) Discussion and Possible Action Including Acceptance of Presentation by the Prevention, Recovery, Resiliency, and Mitigation Department (PRRM), Mendocino County Fire Chiefs, Agriculture Department of Mendocino County, the Community Foundation of Mendocino County, the Mendocino County Resource Conservation District, the Redwood Valley-Calpella Fire District, the Mendocino County Cultural Services Agency, the Mendocino County Information Technology Master Plan (ITMP), and the Facilities & Fleet Division of Mendocino County, Regarding Projects for Strategically Investing One-Time Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Disaster Settlement Funds (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Accept presentation from Staff, the Prevention, Recovery, Resiliency, and Mitigation Department (PRRM), Mendocino County Fire Chiefs, Agriculture Department of Mendocino County, the Community Foundation of Mendocino County, the Mendocino County Resource Conservation District, the Redwood Valley-Calpella Fire District, the Mendocino County Cultural Services Agency, the Mendocino County Information Technology Master Plan (ITMP), and the Facilities & Fleet Division of Mendocino County, regarding projects for strategically investing one-time Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) disaster settlement funds. 1 - Mendocino County - PG&E All Counties Spend Plan 1 - Attachment A 2 - PRRM - PG&E Funding Presentation 2 - Attachment 1 - PRRM - Grants 2 - Attachment 2 - Redwood Fire Recovery Work Plan 3 - Mendocino County Live Fire Training Pro 4 - Agriculture Crane Truck Request 5 - Community Foundation PG&E Request for Funding 6 - MCRCD 2021 PGE Presentation 7 - Redwood Valley-Calpella Fire District Report 8 - ITMP - Facilites PG&E Presentation 8 - ITMP - Facilites PG&E Fiscal Summary 9 - Cultural Services Agency Staff Memo 10 - Scoring Matrix Attachments:

 

Approved

5e) Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Initiating the Process for a County Wide Facilities Space Needs Assessment (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Provide direction to the Executive Office to initiate a competitive process regarding the preparation and development of a County Wide Facilities Space Needs Assessment and to return to the Board with fiscal estimates associated with the project costs.

 

Approved

5f) Discussion and Possible Action Including Acceptance of the Mendocino County Juvenile Justice Plan (MCJJP) Dated April 2021, Representing Mendocino County’s Comprehensive Multi-Agency Juvenile Justice Plan (CMJJP); Approval of the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act (JJCPA) Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-22; and Authorization for the Chief Probation Officer to Implement the JJCPA Budget (Sponsor: Probation) Recommended Action: Accept the Mendocino County Juvenile Justice Plan (MCJJP) dated April 2021 which represents Mendocino County's Comprehensive Multi-Agency Juvenile Justice Plan (CMJJP); approve the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act (JJCPA) budget for Fiscal Year 2021-22; and authorize the Chief Probation Officer to implement the JJCPA budget. MENDOCINO COUNTY JUVENILE JUSTICE PLAN 5-4-21 Mendocino County Consolidated Juv Justice Plan 2021 Attachments:

 

Approved

5g) Discussion and Possible Action Including Approval of the Recommended Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 in the Amount of $3,923,921; and Authorization for the Chief Probation Officer to Implement the CCP Budget (Sponsor: Probation) Recommended Action: Approve the recommended Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 in the amount of $3,923,921; and authorize the Chief Probation Officer to implement the CCP Budget. Attachments: CCP Budget Presentation FY21-22

 

Approved

5h) Discussion and Possible Action Including Approval of the Mendocino County Lodging Business Improvement District (BID) Annual Report; Adoption of Resolution of the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors Declaring Its Intention to Levy and Collect an Annual Assessment from Businesses in the BID Within the Boundaries of the Unincorporated Portion of the County of Mendocino and the Incorporated Areas of the City of Fort Bragg, the City of Point Arena, the City of Ukiah, and the City of Willits from Specified Lodging Businesses and Fixing the Date, Time, and Place of a Public Hearing to be Held by the Board to Levy the Proposed Assessment for Fiscal Year 2021/2022 (Sponsor: Planning and Building Services) Recommended Action: Approve the BID Annual Report; adopt Resolution of the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors declaring its intention to levy and collect an annual assessment from lodging businesses in the BID (within the boundaries of the unincorporated portion of the County of Mendocino and the incorporated area of the City of Fort Bragg, the City of Point Arena, the City of Ukiah, and the City of Willits); set a public hearing to be held in front of the Board at a regular meeting on May 25, 2021 at or about 9:00 A.M. or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, to levy the proposed assessment for Fiscal Year 2021/2022, and authorize Chair to sign same. Resolution BID_Annuaul_Report_FINAL Attachments:

 

No report

5i) Chief Executive Officer's Report (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Accept the Chief Executive Officer's report.

 

No report

5j) Discussion and Possible Action Including Review, Adoption, Amendment, Consideration or Ratification of Legislation Pursuant to the Adopted Legislative Platform (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Provide direction to staff on matters of legislation.

 

6. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND MISCELLANEOUS

You are reading my report, you read it each week

6a) Supervisors’ Reports Regarding Board Special Assignments, Standing and Ad Hoc Committee Meetings, and Other Items of General Interest

 

7. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MATTERS

 

8. MODIFICATIONS TO AGENDA

 

Direction to staff

9. CLOSED SESSION Any public reports of action taken in the closed session will be made in accordance with Government Code sections 54957.1.

9a) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 - Conference with Real Property Negotiator; Property/Physical Address: 2170 E. Road, Redwood Valley, CA. Parties: County of Mendocino; Agency Negotiator: Carmel J. Angelo and Janelle Rau; Under Negotiation: Surplus/Sale of Real Property

9b) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 - Conference with Labor Negotiator - Agency Negotiators: Carmel J. Angelo and William Schurtz; Employee Organization(s): All

 

10. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED AND FILED

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Weekly Update #17 - April 27, 2021

Posted on April 27, 2021 at 10:00 PM Comments comments (225)

What have I been up to this week? 



Wednesday

I'm sure that you heard that Governor Newsom came to Lake Mendocino to do an Emergency Drought Proclamation. Here is a link to the Ukiah Daily Journal article. https://www.ukiahdailyjournal.com/2021/04/21/governor-newsom-declares-drought-emergency-in-mendocino-sonoma-counties/

Meet with County Fleet and Facilities to learn about what their department does

Attend the Upper Russian River Watershed Meeting focused on Drought Proc and collaboration between Mendocino and Sonoma Counties

 

Thursday

Coffee and Conversation about housing and cannabis

Mendocino Business and Government Leaders Meeting There aren't many updates except for that people are having a hard time hiring employees still receiving unemployment and we need more people to get testing done

I attended my first meeting of the Stroller Gang on the Great Redwood Trail. Nice to see these young moms having a healthy activity to break up their day.

Phone call with Denise about the HR Recruitment questions I had during the Board Meeting. Need to review where we advertise for positions to make sure that we are getting the most value. Housing continues to be a challenge for outside recruitments and lack of necessary educational requirements a barrier for locals. More work to do!

I also attended the Area on Aging meeting. Seniors most worrisome concern is slip and fall. Thankfully they do feel they are less food insecure. I know a couple of fall teachers so I'm going to try and see if I can arrange something.

I had a meeting about Wildlife Friendly Ranching. This is an ongoing conversation. More to come.

 

Friday

I spent the day in constituent meetings including a couple of Small Business Conversations and a lot of Cannabis conversations

 

 

Saturday

On Saturday around 40 people joined for a physically distanced Earth Day Clean-Up on the Great Redwood Trail including trash pick-up, weed eating and painting over graffiti

 

 

Sunday

Zumba and relaxation ok.... I watched Sasquatch on Hulu. Have you?

 

Monday

I spent a lot of my day having Cannabis Conversations with the community and one special meeting with the Covelo Cannabis Advocacy Group

 

Tuesday

April 27, 2021

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA

1. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.)

1a) Roll Call

1b) Pledge of Allegiance

 

2. PUBLIC EXPRESSION

 

Continued to 4/28/21

 

3. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS

 

3a) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Introduction and Waive First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Mendocino County Code Chapter 6.36 and Chapter 20.243 Regarding Cannabis Facilities (continued from April 19, 2021) (Sponsor: Planning & Building Services)

 

Continued to 4/28/21

 

Recommended Action: Introduce and waive first reading of an ordinance amending Mendocino County Code Chapter 6.36 and Chapter 20.243 regarding cannabis facilities. 02. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) Memo 03. OA_2021_0001 (Mendocino) PlanningCommissionHearingPacket 04. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) PC_2021-0003 05. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) DraftCannabisFacilitiesOrdinance_RecommendationsPC_Redline 06. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) DraftCannabisFacilitiesOrdinance_CLEAN 07. Ordinance Summary - OA_2021-0001 Cannabis Facilities Proof of Pub (UDJ) GP_2021-0001 (Cannabis Facilities) BOS 4-19-21 04-17-21 Powell Correspondence 4-18-21 CBAMC Correspondence 4-18-21 CCAG Correspondence 4-18-21 Clein Correspondence 4-18-21 Dykema Correspondence 4-18-21 MCA Correspondence 04-18-21 Golden Correspondence 04-19-21 Doughty Correspondence Attachments:

 

3b) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Introduction and Waive First Reading of an Ordinance Adopting Mendocino County Code Chapter 22.18 - Commercial Cannabis Activity Land Use Development Ordinance and Making Corresponding Amendments to Chapter 10A.17 - Mendocino Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance and Chapter 20.242 - Cannabis Cultivation Sites (continued from April 19, 2021)

 

Update table and definitions and send it back to Planning Commission

- Remove Small Indoor and Medium Indoor except for in Industrial Zoning

- Allow Medium Mixed Light in Ag and Industrial, strike from other zones

- Remove the UR Zone for 10% of parcel area over 10 acres (allow with Major Use Permit in AG and RL)

- Any Use Permit that would have over 1,500 per gallon per day of water usage from a well will trigger hydrological study

 

 

(Closed Public Hearing open for Board Action Only) (Sponsor: Planning & Building Services) Recommended Action: Introduce and waive first reading of an ordinance adopting Mendocino County Code Chapter 22.18 - Commercial Cannabis Activity Land Use Development Ordinance and making corresponding amendments to Chapter 10A.17 - Mendocino Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance and Chapter 20.242 - Cannabis Cultivation Sites. April 27, 2021 Page 4 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 03. Planning Commission Packet 3.19.2021 04. Resolution PC_2021-0004 06. Draft Chapter 22.18 Appendix A (Redline) 08. Ordinance Summary - OA_2021-0002 Cannabis Cultivation 02. Memo to BOS 4.19.2021 Updated 05. OA_2021-0002 Draft Ordinance (Redline per PC Comments - Redline of 10A.17&20.242) - FINAL 07. OA_2021-0002 Draft Ordinance & Appendix A (CLEAN) Proof of Pub (IUDJ) GP_2021-0002 (Cannabis Ordinance) BOS 4-19-21 Memo to BOS 4.27.2021 FINAL Att. A to Memo 04-18-21 McGourty Memo 04-18-21 McGourty Memo 04-11-21 Callaghan Correspondence 04-11-21 DeJuan Correspondence 04-11-21 Gardner Correspondence 04-11-21 Hereld Correspondence 04-11-21 Pinson Correspondence 04-11-21 Sizemore Correspondence 04-12-21 Alexander Correspondence (2) 04-12-21 Alexander Correspondence 04-12-21 Belt Correspondence 04-12-21 Drake Correspondence 04-12-21 Easterbrook Correspondence 04-12-21 Figg-Hoblin and Hutton Correspondence 04-12-21 Goodell Correspondence 04-12-21 Hereld Correspondence 04-12-21 Hilderbrand Correspondence 04-12-21 Lodge Correspondence 04-12-21 Olcott Correspondence 04-12-21 Rede Correspondence 04-12-21 Steely Correspondence 04-12-21 Yee Correspondence 04-13-21 Beaumont Correspondence 04-13-21 Borba Correspondence 04-13-21 Carter Correspondence 04-13-21 Costa Correspondence 04-13-21 Hereld Correspondence 04-13-21 Herr Correspondence 04-13-21 Janssen Correspondence Attachments: April 27, 2021 Page 5 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-13-21 Landis Correspondence 04-13-21 Littlehales Correspondence 04-13-21 Menasian Correspondence 04-13-21 Miller Correspondence 04-13-21 Robertson Correspondence 04-13-21 Seifert Correspondence 04-13-21 Smith Correspondence 04-13-21 Walkley Correspondence 04-14-21 Anderson Correspondence 04-14-21 Bartow Correspondence 04-14-21 Cornu Correspondence 04-14-21 Falandes and Rash Correspondence 04-14-21 Fish & Game Commission Correspondence 04-14-21 Hanna Correspondence 04-14-21 Hope Correspondence 04-14-21 Jackson Correspondence 04-14-21 Jupiter Correspondence 04-14-21 Kanne Correspondence 04-14-21 Kaur Correspondence 04-14-21 Lieser Correspondence 04-14-21 Light Correspondence 04-14-21 Lind Correspondence 04-14-21 Nicholson Correspondence 04-14-21 Oller Correspondence 04-14-21 Orton Correspondence 04-14-21 Paltin Correspondence 04-14-21 Raphael Correspondence 04-14-21 Rosen Correspondence 04-14-21 Sawataky Correspondence 04-14-21 Smith Correspondence 04-14-21 Trevey 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Weekly Update #16 - 4/20/21

Posted on April 20, 2021 at 7:50 PM Comments comments (246)

I hope Mark Scramella is reading this. Hi Mark, I am not so great with updating on my website apparently. But the updates can be emailed to you if you'd prefer and they always end up on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/mo4mendo

 

Wednesday

On Wednesday I attended the first of three listening sessions for the Addiction 2021: Treating the Whole Person. This is going to be a very exciting project around destigmatizing addiction in our community. I will be sharing more about the campaign in the weeks to come. This is a very important issue to me, I am grateful that we will get to hear more of the successes stories from our community to provide hope to those currently struggling with addiction issues.

 

I spent Wednesday afternoon hearing from candidates for two positions with the Economic Development Finance Corporation. Its important as they receive financial resources from the County that we have a keen eye on the programming.

 

Supervisor McGourty and I attended the Redwood Valley MAC meeting to hear their ideas about how the PG&E Money could help recover from the 2017 Fire and how to move that community forward

 

 

Thursday

Coffee and Conversation - You know the drill on Thursday mornings I'm live on zoom! More cannabis convo in advance of the big meeting on Monday. Next Thursday I would love to talk about the de-stigmatization campaign for addiction. Hope you'll join in!

Mendocino Business and Government Leaders Thursday meeting, again this is a weekly meeting where we discuss Covid and Economic recovery

MSWA - Mendo Recycle has been getting a lot more material than they were budgeted for (blame it on people cleaning out their houses I suppose) so they will need to seek one time funding support from its member agencies

In the afternoon I took a Yokayo Ranch Tour. This is an event venue with a cannabis farm next door. They are very interested in hosting cannabis events and expanding their farms.

 

Friday

The City of Ukiah Parks and Rec Team is looking at doing an exciting Fifty in Five Project. Fifty art projects in Five years in the City. They learned that communities should spend $1 per community member on art per year so that would be about $16,000 to do 10 art projects somewhere in the community. That's an exciting idea. Need to find funding and artists of course but you have to start some where.

Let's talk about the drought! No really, besides cannabis this is one of the topics I spend the most time on. https://thewaterproject.org/water_conservation_tips

Cannabis convos - My afternoon was spent on the phone and/or meeting with people about Cannabis Phase 3

I spent my evening volunteering in the Streeterie! https://www.facebook.com/events/245873407257204/

 

Saturday

Cannbis Convos to start my morning off.

I spent some time at the Ukiah Garden Club Volunteering at the Plant Sale. If you aren't a member you should be! https://www.ukiahgardenclub.org/

Cannabis call MCA in the afternoon to understand their policy positions

 

 

Sunday

I spent the day Sunday catching up on Cannabis Agenda items, Facebook posts and emails in between Zumba and a hike. Over 300 emails. Glad there was so much feedback.

 

 

 

Monday

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA

April 19, 2021

1. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.)

1a) Roll Call

1b) Pledge of Allegiance

2. PUBLIC EXPRESSION

2a) Public Expression

3. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS

 

Well yesterday was a long and interesting meeting. The item for Phase 3 cultivation transitioning to a new ordinance CCAO was continued to 4/27 with some direction provided to staff. The BOS heard comment from the public and then deliberated on Supervisor McGourtys memo. I’ve attached it here. I posted the table that we were reviewing over the weekend. An ordinance like this has many pieces and some I was in agreement with the BOS and some not in agreement. We started to get in to the Planning Commission recommendations but decided that since it was such a long day and staff needed to be back early the next day (thank you staff!) that the item would be continued. I believe we are all in agreement that we need to give Phase 1 applicants a path forward to legalization (60 day window to get applications in from late April so please be prepared) my concern still remains the 8,000 (? Or so) people that cultivate in our community that did not enter Phase 1 and instead took a wait and see approach. I was surprised when McGourty declared he wanted to remove any indoor or mixed light businesses from the table. I love sun grown cannabis and think it’s beautiful but I also know that there are businesses that are doing mixed light and being environmentally efficient and I don’t think we should automatically remove those people from the market. My goal has been and will remain trying to find a way to help those that want to be successful in the cannabis business the opportunity to do so. For those of you wondering the Board did vote to allow expansion up to 10% per parcel over 10 acres in Rangeland and Ag-land but not upland residential. I don’t have the language in front of me but the rangeland conversation revolves around only land that was in crop production or tilled (essentially Rangeland being used as Ag, ie most of Hopland is vineyard in Rangeland) before 2015 to prevent someone from tilling up Rangeland and applying for a permit two years from now. We know the Proof of Prior headache from Phase 1 so I hope this idea is able to be implemented fairly easy for the businesses that want to apply. The Board deliberations did conclude that most of us (excluding Haschak) believe that the Major Use Permit process and State licensing will be a pathway that protects the environment and allows for the businesses here to expand if they are on land that meets the environmental requirements. We did also direct that anyone drilling a test well also needs to do a hydrological study to determine that they will not be affecting neighboring properties. Right now if your neighbor drills a well that affects your water you can sue them but this would get the data up front before the well is drilled. Also a reminder that direction was given to make enforcement of illegal grows a priority and there will be more information coming forward on the “Humboldt model” satellite imagery and costs at a future meeting. I know people think it’s like Big Brother but paying for a professional computer program will enable the County to have near real time images to remove illegal and environmentally damaging operators. This will be the most helpful for very rural areas like Covelo which have had the most issues with illegal operators. And will help with light from legal greenhouses that are not correctly covered at night. Staff will be working on options for a table without mixed light or indoor for 4/27 and that agenda item will be out on Thursday I’ll post it here. We didn’t get to the facilities ordinance so it was continued to 4/27 as well, this is where some of the very small mom and pops have opportunity to get in to the market so stay engaged. Future applicants will not be able to use generators or trucked in water except for in an emergency and what qualifies as an emergency is still out for consideration. Forgot about the fencing. The Board directed that fencing be limited when possible, legal staff wasn’t sure if that was possible and there are security concerns so they will bring back a recommendation on that as well. At the end of the day the Board wants to do what’s best for Mendocino County and your voices were heard and a compromise was met between the industry and the community. There is more work to do.

 

3a) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Introduction and Waive First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Mendocino County Code Chapter 6.36 and Chapter 20.243 Regarding Cannabis Facilities (Sponsor: Planning & Building Services) Recommended Action: Continue to April 27, 2021. 02. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) Memo 03. OA_2021_0001 (Mendocino) PlanningCommissionHearingPacket 04. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) PC_2021-0003 05. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) DraftCannabisFacilitiesOrdinance_RecommendationsPC_Redline 06. OA_2021-0001 (Mendocino) DraftCannabisFacilitiesOrdinance_CLEAN 07. Ordinance Summary - OA_2021-0001 Cannabis Facilities Proof of Pub (UDJ) GP_2021-0001 (Cannabis Facilities) BOS 4-19-21 04-17-21 Powell Correspondence 4-18-21 CBAMC Correspondence 4-18-21 CCAG Correspondence 4-18-21 Clein Correspondence 4-18-21 Dykema Correspondence 4-18-21 MCA Correspondence 04-18-21 Golden Correspondence Attachments: April 19, 2021

 

3b) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Introduction and Waive First Reading of an Ordinance Adopting Mendocino County Code Chapter 22.18 - Commercial Cannabis Activity Land Use Development Ordinance and Making Corresponding Amendments to Chapter 10A.17 - Mendocino Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance and Chapter 20.242 - Cannabis Cultivation Sites (Sponsor: Planning & Building Services) Recommended Action: Introduce and waive first reading of an ordinance adopting Mendocino County Code Chapter 22.18 - Commercial Cannabis Activity Land Use Development Ordinance and making corresponding amendments to Chapter 10A.17 - Mendocino Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance and Chapter 20.242 - Cannabis Cultivation Sites. 03. Planning Commission Packet 3.19.2021 04. Resolution PC_2021-0004 06. Draft Chapter 22.18 Appendix A (Redline) 08. Ordinance Summary - OA_2021-0002 Cannabis Cultivation 02. Memo to BOS 4.19.2021 Updated 05. OA_2021-0002 Draft Ordinance (Redline per PC Comments - Redline of 10A.17&20.242) - FINAL 07. OA_2021-0002 Draft Ordinance & Appendix A (CLEAN) Proof of Pub (IUDJ) GP_2021-0002 (Cannabis Ordinance) BOS 4-19-21 04-18-21 McGourty Memo 04-11-21 Callaghan Correspondence 04-11-21 DeJuan Correspondence 04-11-21 Gardner Correspondence 04-11-21 Hereld Correspondence 04-11-21 Pinson Correspondence 04-11-21 Sizemore Correspondence 04-12-21 Alexander Correspondence (2) 04-12-21 Alexander Correspondence 04-12-21 Belt Correspondence 04-12-21 Drake Correspondence 04-12-21 Easterbrook Correspondence 04-12-21 Figg-Hoblin and Hutton Correspondence 04-12-21 Goodell Correspondence 04-12-21 Hereld Correspondence 04-12-21 Hilderbrand Correspondence 04-12-21 Lodge Correspondence 04-12-21 Olcott Correspondence 04-12-21 Rede Correspondence 04-12-21 Steely Correspondence 04-12-21 Yee Correspondence 04-13-21 Beaumont Correspondence 04-13-21 Borba Correspondence 04-13-21 Carter Correspondence 04-13-21 Costa Correspondence 04-13-21 Hereld Correspondence 04-13-21 Herr Correspondence 04-13-21 Janssen 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Beltran Correspondence 04-16-21 Zamora Correspondence 04-15-21 Baize Correspondence 04-15-21 Bancroft Correspondence 04-15-21 Berman Correspondence 04-15-21 Bernard Correspondence 04-15-21 Blackwell Correspondence 04-15-21 Borst Correspondence 04-15-21 Browe Correspondence 04-15-21 Calonico Correspondence 04-15-21 Castro Correspondence 04-15-21 Cisney Correspondence 04-15-21 Craig Correspondence 04-16-21 Rogers Correspondence 04-16-21 Gallop Correspondence 04-15-21 Mullen Correspondence 04-16-21 Beaumont Correspondence 04-16-21 Westwood Correspondence 04-16-21 Reynolds Correspondence 04-15-21 Peregrine Audubon Society Correspondence 04-16-21 Miller Correspondence 04-16-21 Hildebrand Correspondence 04-16-21 Lawner Correspondence April 19, 2021 Page 10 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-16-21 Dakin Correspondence 04-16-21 Gray Correspondence 04-16-21 Breckenridge Correspondence 04-16-21 MCCAAC Correspondence 04-16-21 Sullivan Correspondence 04-16-21 Soss Correspondence 04-16-21 Cavendish Correspondence 04-16-21 Cortez Correspondence 04-16-21 Cross Correspondence 04-16-21 Davenport Correspondence 04-16-21 Emerald Sun Correspondence 04-16-21 MCA-CCAO-Amendments Correspondence 04-16-21 CCSD Correspondence 04-16-21 Miller Correspondence 04-16-21 Raye Correspondence 04-16-21 Shelly Correspondence 04-16-21 Zarza-Hernandez Correspondence 04-17-21 Ross Correspondence 04-17-21 Covelo Cannabis Advocacy Group Correspondence 04-17-21 Fayal Correspondence 04-17-21 Gribi Correspondence 04-17-21 Kushner Correspondence 04-16-21 RVMAC Correspondence 04-17-21 Restrepo Correspondence 04-17-21 Briggs Correspondence 04-17-21 Carlson Correspondence 04-17-21 Clayburg Correspondence 04-17-21 Courtney Correspondence 04-17-21 Dellacorva-Tate Correspondence 04-17-21 King Correspondence 04-17-21 Lamon Correspondence 04-17-21 Lumpkin and Talkovsky Correspondence 04-17-21 Mitro Correspondence 04-17-21 O’Roke Correspondence 04-17-21 Phallen-Fike Correspondence 04-17-21 Santaniello Correspondence 04-17-21 Short Correspondence 04-17-21 Trew Correspondence 04-17-21 Turcotte Correspondence 04-17-21 Weaver Correspondence 04-17-21 Davis Correspondence 4-18-21 Strong Correspondence 4-18-21 Sugarman Correspondence 4-18-21 Van Antwerp Correspondence 4-18-21 Walker Correspondence 4-18-21 WEC Letter to BOS 4-18-21 Wentzel Correspondence 4-18-21 Wolff Correspondence 4-18-21 Zachreson Correspondence 4-18-21 Zanella Correspondence 4-18-21 Zensen Correspondence 4-18-21 Aleshire Correspondence 4-18-21 Backup Correspondence 4-18-21 Bauer Correspondence 4-18-21 Bing Correspondence 4-18-21 Birger Correspondence 4-18-21 Borst Correspondence 4-18-21 Breen Correspondence 4-18-21 Carlstedt Correspondence 4-18-21 CBAMC Correspondence 4-18-21 CCAG Correspondence 4-18-21 Clein Correspondence 4-18-21 Cook Correspondence 4-18-21 Duke Correspondence 4-18-21 Fisette Correspondence 4-18-21 Frye Correspondence 4-18-21 Greene Correspondence 4-18-21 Gustafson Correspondence 4-18-21 Hansen Correspondence 4-18-21 Harman Correspondence 4-18-21 Harness Correspondence 4-18-21 Hayes Correspondence 4-18-21 Heath Correspondence 4-18-21 Heise Correspondence 4-18-21 Hereld Correspondence 4-18-21 Hurt Correspondence April 19, 2021 Page 12 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 4-18-21 I. 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King Correspondence 4-18-21 Joel Correspondence 4-18-21 Koerper Correspondence 4-18-21 Krupski Correspondence 4-18-21 Leland Correspondence 4-18-21 L'Hoir Correspondence 4-18-21 Luria Correspondence 4-18-21 MacDonald Correspondence 4-18-21 Mileck Correspondence 4-18-21 Northcott Correspondence 4-18-21 Adams Correspondence 4-18-21 Alvarado Correspondence 4-18-21 Applegate Correspondence 4-18-21 Azarnoff Correspondence 4-18-21 Barney Correspondence 4-18-21 Bolton-Ast and Bennett Correspondence 4-18-21 Cardone Correspondence 4-18-21 Chestnut Correspondence 4-18-21 Cox Correspondence 4-18-21 Cummings Correspondence 4-18-21 Davis Correspondence 4-18-21 Franck Correspondence 4-18-21 Simmonds Correspondence 4-18-21 Spindler Correspondence 4-18-21 Stout Correspondence 4-18-21 Talkovsky Correspondence 4-18-21 Tenmile Creek Watershed Council Correspondence 4-18-21 Tripaldi Correspondence 4-18-21 Trudeau Correspondence 4-18-21 Wattenberg Correspondence 4-18-21 Wheeler Correspondence 4-18-21 Whipple Correspondence 4-18-21 Yeh Correspondence 4-18-21 Zensen Correspondence 4-18-21 O'Donnell Correspondence 4-18-21 P. Yeh Correspondence 4-18-21 Pellar Correspondence 4-18-21 Perrin Correspondence 4-18-21 Planty Correspondence 4-18-21 Schindler Correspondence 04-18-21 Clark Correspondence 04-18-21 Decater Correspondence 04-18-21 Doering Correspondence 04-18-21 Ferreira Correspondence 04-18-21 Haga Correspondence 04-17-21 Zanetell Correspondence 04-18-21 Artman Correspondence 04-18-21 Attaway Correspondence 04-18-21 Bailey Correspondence 04-18-21 Bauer Correspondence 04-18-21 Birkas Correspondence 04-18-21 C Knight Correspondence 04-18-21 Penaloza Correspondence 04-18-21 Phillips Correspondence 04-18-21 Reinier Correspondence 04-18-21 Schindel Correspondence 04-18-21 Sischo Correspondence 04-18-21 Harman Correspondence 04-18-21 Hauk Correspondence 04-18-21 Hill Correspondence 04-18-21 Knight Correspondence 04-18-21 Lohse Correspondence 04-18-21 Monroe Correspondence 04-18-21 Nilson Correspondence 04-19-21 Abbott Correspondence 04-19-21 Boyd Correspondence 04-19-21 Donham Correspondence 04-19-21 M Snyder Correspondence 04-19-21 Snyder Correspondence 04-18-21 Sison and Hawley Correspondence 04-18-21 Turner Correspondence 04-18-21 Underhill Correspondence 04-18-21 Wordhouse Correspondence 04-19-21 Barra Correspondence 04-19-21 Kennedy Correspondence 04-19-21 Rolzinski Correspondence April 19, 2021 Page 15 Board of Supervisors BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA 04-19-21 Sirah Correspondence 04-19-21 Williams Correspondence 04-19-21 Leland Correspondence

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

Tuesday

April 20, 2021 - 9:00 AM

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA

1. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.)

1a) Roll Call

1b) Pledge of Allegiance

2. PROCLAMATIONS

3. PUBLIC EXPRESSION

3a) Public Expression 04-16-21 Lodge Correspondence 4-18-21 Stockel Correspondence 04-20-21 Linstedt Correspondence Attachments:

4. CONSENT CALENDAR (see below)

5. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS

Receive Report

5a) Discussion and Possible Action Including an Update Associated with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19); and Provide Possible Direction Regarding Essential Services in Mendocino County, Operational Preparation and Response, and Associated Countywide Economic Impacts (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Receive update regarding COVID-19 in the County, discuss and/or provide direction regarding essential services in Mendocino County, operational preparation and response, and associated countywide economic impacts.

Approve recommended action

5b) Noticed Public Hearing- Discussion and Possible Action Including Adoption of Resolution Approving a $1,069,157 Application for Funding and the Execution of Grant Agreement and Any Amendments from the 2020 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) ProgramCoronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Response Round 2 and 3 for Phase II Improvements to the Live Oak Apartments (Project Homekey, 555 South Orchard Ave Ukiah) (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution approving an application for funding and the execution of grant agreement and any amendments from the 2020 Community Development Block Grant Program-Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Response Round 2 and 3 for Phase II improvements to the Live Oak Apartments; and authorize Chair to sign same. CDBG CV Resolution 4-6-21 MCEO Affidavit 6567265 Attachments:

Approve recommended action

5c) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Adoption of Resolution Authorizing the County of Mendocino to Submit a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Application to the State Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) for the 2021 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) in the Amount of $1,500,000 to Request Funding of Three Projects; 1. $1,000,000 for Blight Removal in Round Valley (Covelo Area); 2. $250,000 for Microenterprise Technical Assistance for Small Business Development; 3. $250,000 for Planning Technical Assistance to Support the Ukiah Valley Senior and Community Center Design (Sponsor: Planning & Building Services) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution authorizing the County of Mendocino to submit a CDBG application to HCD for the 2021 NOFA to request funding in the amount of $1,500,000 to request finding for three projects; 1. $1,000,000 for Blight Removal in Round Valley (Covelo Area); 2. $250,000 for Microenterprise Technical Assistance for Small Business Development; 3. $250,000 for Planning Technical Assistance to support the Ukiah Valley Senior and Community Center Design; and authorize Chair to sign same. 1.CDBG Memo April 20 REV 2.MemoHCD Application Requirements REV2 3.Resolution 4.Proof of Pub Plan & Build CDBG Application ad 6566521 04-16-21 McCowen Correspondence 04-19-21 CCAG Correspondence 04-20-21 RVAMAC Correspondence Attachments:

Withdrawn by the department

5d) Noticed Public Hearing - Discussion and Possible Action Including Adoption of Resolution Amending the Exhibit X - Master Fee Schedule Effective July 1, 2021, for the Cultural Services Agency (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution amending Exhibit X - Master Fee Schedule effective July 1, 2021, for the Cultural Services Agency; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachment #1 - Resolution for Adoption Attachment #2 - CEO Memo.pdf Attachment #3 - Proposed Changes to the Master Fee Schedule.pdf Attachment #4 - CSA Fee Calculation Worksheets DRAFT Exhibit X - Master Fee Schedule 4.21.pdf Affidavit 04-19-21 CCAG Correspondence 04-19-21 MCA Correspondence Attachments:

Approved, Mulheren dissenting - worried about unintended consequences to the Ukiah Valley. CEO and Ad-Hoc (Haschak/McGourty) to reach out to City of Ukiah

5e) Discussion and Possible Action Including Adoption of a Resolution Declaring a Local Emergency and Imminent Threat of Disaster in Mendocino County Due to Drought Conditions; and Creation of an Ad Hoc Committee of the Board to Work on Drought Related Issues (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution declaring a local emergency and imminent threat of disaster in Mendocino County due to drought conditions; and create an ad hoc

committee of the Board to work on drought related issues; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Resolution

Appoint both appliancts

5f) Discussion and Possible Action Including Interviews with Applicants and Possible Appointment(s) to the Sonoma Mendocino Economic Development District (SMEDD) (Sponsor: Clerk of the Board) Recommended Action: Conduct interviews and appoint an applicant to one or both of the vacant seats on the Sonoma Mendocino Economic Development District (SMEDD). Kessen Application and Resume Garza Application and Resume Attachments:

Approved

5g) Discussion and Possible Action Related to the Outcome of the Crisis Residential Treatment Facility Operations Request For Proposal (RFP), Including Review of Draft Agreement with Redwood Community Services, Inc. in the Amount of $934,565 Per Year for a Period of Two Years, $1,869,130 Total, Effective November 1, 2021 through October 31, 2023 (Sponsor: Behavioral Health and Recovery Services) Recommended Action: Accept presentation related to the outcome of the Crisis Residential Treatment Facility Operations RFP; and review draft Agreement with Redwood Community Services, Inc. in the amount of $934,565 per year for a period of two years, $1,869,130 total, effective November 1, 2021 through October 31, 2023, to be funded by Medi-Cal, Mental Health Services Act and Realignment. Attachments: Draft Agreement, Crisis Residential Treatment

Use Kemper report as a Strategic Plan and bring forward the PHF consultant and the Whitmore Lane and Ranch Proposals. Also a meeting for May 24th with the Measure B Board, BOS and BHAB Board

5h) Discussion and Possible Action Including Approval of Use of Measure B Funds to Hire a Consultant to Provide the Mental Health Treatment Act Citizen’s Oversight Committee with a Performance Management Plan, that will include a Comprehensive 5 Year Strategic Plan with Action Plan Timeline and a Detailed Financial Plan (Sponsor: Health and Human Services Agency) Recommended Action: Approve the use of Measure B funds to hire a consultant to provide the Mental Health Treatment Act Citizen's Oversight Committee with a performance management plan, that will include a comprehensive 5 year strategic plan with action plan timeline and a detailed financial plan. Attachments: 04-16-21 Lodge Correspondence

Receive report

5i) Chief Executive Officer's Report (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Accept the Chief Executive Officer's report. Attachments: CEO Report 4-20-21 Edition

No action

5j) Discussion and Possible Action Including Review, Adoption, Amendment, Consideration or Ratification of Legislation Pursuant to the Adopted Legislative Platform (Sponsor: Executive Office) Recommended Action: Provide direction to staff on matters of legislation.

Approve MOU

6a) Discussion and Possible Action Including Approval of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Round Valley Indian Tribes (RVIT) Creating a Partnership Framework for Continued Cleanup Efforts in Round Valley, to be Funded with a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Award if Approved by the State Department of Housing & Community Development (HCD) (Sponsor: Supervisor Haschak) Recommended Action: Approve MOU with Round Valley Indian Tribes creating a partnership framework for continued cleanup efforts in Round Valley, to be funded with a CDBG award if approved by HCD; authorize Chair to sign same. RVIT County MOU Signed Memo Regarding RVIT-County MOU Jurisdictional Boundaries on Round Valley Floor- Map 04-16-21 McCowen Correspondence 04-19-21 CCAG Correspondence Attachments:

Approve pilot program

6b) Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Development of a Potential Homeless Trash Clean-Up Program (Sponsors: Supervisor Mulheren and Supervisor Williams) Recommended Action: Direct Supervisors Mulheren and Williams to develop and return to the Board with a specific plan regarding a potential Homeless Trash Clean-Up program. Attachments: 04-16-21 McCowen Correspondence

Ad-Hoc will bring back to applicants for Board interview

6c) Discussion and Possible Action Regarding the Process for Selecting a Facilitator for the Development of a Strategic Plan (Sponsors: Supervisor Haschak and Supervisor McGourty) Recommended Action: Provide direction regarding the process for selecting a facilitator for the development of a Strategic Plan. 6d) Supervisors’ Reports Regarding Board Special Assignments, Standing and Ad Hoc Committee Meetings, and Other Items of General Interest

7. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MATTERS

8. MODIFICATIONS TO AGENDA

9. CLOSED SESSION

Direction given to staff

9a) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) - Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation: Significant Exposure to Litigation: One Case

10. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED AND FILED Communications received and filed are retained by the Clerk throughout the Board proceedings. To review items described in this section, please contact the Executive Office staff in Room 1010. 10a) Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) - Biennial Inspection of Mendocino County Adult Detention Facility and Court Holding Facility, Penal Code 6031. For more information, please visit www.bscc.ca.gov 10b) Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) - Mendocino County 2018/2020 Biennial Inspection Pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code Section 209. For more information, please visit www.bscc.ca.gov

10c) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) - Notice Dismissing Request for Hearing as Moot. For more information, call 1-866-208-3676 10d) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), Division of Hydropower Administration and Compliance - Order Rescinding Order Modifying and Approving Revised Fish Passage Facility Winter Operation Plan. For more information, call 1-866-208-3676

4. CONSENT CALENDAR - CONTINUED The Consent Calendar is considered routine and non-controversial and will be acted upon by the Board at one time without discussion. Any Board member may request that any item be removed from the Consent Calendar for individual consideration. ITEMS RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL: MINUTES

Approved

4a) Approval of Minutes of March 9, 2021 Regular Meeting Recommended Action: Approve minutes of the March 9, 2021 regular meeting. Attachments: 3-9-21 Minutes - DRAFT

Approved

4b) Approval of Minutes of March 22, 2021 Special Meeting Recommended Action: Approve minutes of the March 22, 2021 special meeting. Attachments: 3-22-21 Minutes - DRAFT

Approved

4c) Approval of Minutes of March 23, 2021 Regular Meeting Recommended Action: Approve minutes of the March 23, 2021 regular meeting. Attachments: 3-23-21 Minutes - DRAFT

Approved

4d) Approval of Minutes of April 6, 2021 Regular Meeting Recommended Action: Approve minutes of the April 6, 2021 regular meeting. Attachments: 4-6-21 Minutes - DRAFT

Approved

4e) Approval of Minutes of April 12, 2021 Special Meeting Recommended Action: Approve minutes of the April 12, 2021 special meeting. Attachments: 4-12-21 Minutes - DRAFT APPOINTMENTS

Approved

4f) Approval of Recommended Appointments/Reappointments Recommended Action: 1. Rendy Smith, Person Responsible for Management of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 2. Jena Conner, Person Responsible for Management of Children's Services, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 3. Jenine Miller, Person Responsible for Management of Mental Health Services, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 4. Izen Locatelli, Person Responsible for Management of Probation, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 5. Lisa Fredrickson, Person Responsible for Management of Public Health Services, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 6. Bekkie Emery, Person Responsible for Management of Welfare or Public Social Services, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 7. Michele Hutchins, The Superintendent of the County Office of Education, or Designee, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 8. Julie Fetherston, Representative of a Private Nonprofit Corp. Serving Children and Youth, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 9. Camille Schraeder, Representative of the Local Child Abuse Council, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 10. Cindy Mockel, Representative of Rural Health Clinics in the County, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 11. Victoria Kelly, A Member of the Community at Large Who Shall be a Parent, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 12. Joanna Olson, A Member of the Community at Large, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 13. Natalie Shepard, A Member of the Community at Large, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 14. Teri Sedrick, A Rep of the Local Child Care Resource and Referral Agency, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 15. Sheryn Hildebrand, An Additional Representative of a Private Nonprofit, Policy Council on Children and Youth; 16. Henry Adam Gaska, Member, Redwood Valley Municipal Advisory Council; and 17. Karen Riordan, Trustee, Potter Valley Cemetery District. Shepard Application Smith Application Fetherston Application Fredrickson Application Hutchins Application Kelly Application Locatelli Application Miller Application Mockel Application Gaska Application Attachments:

Approved

4g) Approval of Transmission of Letter of Support for AB 9 (Regarding Codifying the Regional Forest and Fire Capacity (RFFC) Program) Introduced by Assemblymember Wood (Sponsors: Supervisor Gjerde and Supervisor Haschak) Recommended Action: Approve transmission of letter of support for AB 9 (regarding codifying the Regional Forest and Fire Capacity (RFFC) program) introduced by Assemblymember Wood; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Letter

Approved - Earth Day Clean Up Saturday in Ukiah 9a-12p

4h) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing April 22, 2021 as Earth Day in Mendocino County (Sponsor: Supervisor Mulheren) Recommended Action: Adopt Proclamation recognizing April 22, 2021 as Earth Day in Mendocino County; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments:

Approved

4i) Adoption of Resolution Declaring the Continuation of a Local Emergency Related to the Multiple September 2020 Fires including; August Complex, Oak Fire and Hopkins Fire, as Proclaimed by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services and Declaring the Continuation of a Local Health Emergency as Proclaimed by the Health Officer Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution declaring the continuation of a Local Emergency related to the Multiple September 2020 fires including; August Complex fire, Oak Fire and Hopkins fire as proclaimed by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services and declaring the continuation of a Local Health Emergency as proclaimed by the Health Officer; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Resolution

Approved

4j) Adoption of Resolution Declaring the Continuation of a Local Emergency Related to the October Wind Events and Corresponding Pacific Gas and Electric Public Safety Power Shutoff Events on October 23, 2019, October 26, 2019 and October 29, 2019, in Mendocino County as Proclaimed by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution declaring the continuation of a Local Emergency related to the October wind events and corresponding Pacific Gas and Electric Public Safety Power Shutoff Events on October 23, 2019, October 26, 2019, and October 29, 2019, in Mendocino County as declared by the Chief Executive Officer/Director of Emergency Services; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Resolution

Approved

4k) Adoption of Resolution Approving an Allocation of $5,404,000 in Funding and the Execution of a Grant Agreement and Any Amendments Thereto from the CDBG-MIT Program to Fund County Emergency Communication Improvement Projects Recommended Action: Adopt resolution approving allocation of $5,404,000 in funding and the execution of a grant agreement and any amendments thereto from the CDBG-MIT Program to fund County emergency communication improvement projects; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: CDBG DR Mit Rip Resolution Revised 3-26-21

Approved - please focus on Mendocino County residents

4l) Approval of Retroactive Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 19-223 with West Business Development Center in the Amount of $100,000 for Digital Learning Project, Extending the End Date from March 31, 2021 to December 31, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive amendment to BOS Agreement No. 19-223 with West Business Development Center in the amount of $100,000 for Digital Learning Project, extending the end date from March 31, 2021 to December 31, 2021; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: West EDA Digital Learning Amendment

Approved - is this the 2030 project that Ted and I aren't done working on yet

4m) Approval of Retroactive Second Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 19-254 with West Business Development Center for Economic Recovery Services in the Additional Amount of $69,000, for a New Total of $266,000 Extending the Termination Date from March 31, 2021 to December 31, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive second amendment to BOS Agreement No. 19-254 with West Business Development Center for economic recovery services in the additional amount of $69,000, for a new total of $266,000 extending the termination date from March 31, 2021 to December 31, 2021; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: West EDA 2nd Amendment

Approved

4n) Approval of Retroactive Second Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 19-195 with Economic Development and Financing Corporation for Economic Recovery and Resiliency Plan Services, Decreasing the Amount from $100,000 to $31,000, Extending the Termination Date from March 31, 2021 to December 31, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive second amendment to BOS Agreement No. 19-195 with Economic Development and Financing Corporation for economic recovery and resiliency plan services, decreasing the amount from $100,000 to $31,000, extending the termination date from March 31, 2021 to December 31, 2021; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: EDFC EDA Second Amendment

Approved

4o) Approval of Amendment to BOS Agreement 20-063 with LACO Associates to Provide Disaster Recovery Grant Research and Grant Writing Services, Increasing the Agreement from $100,000 to $185,000, Effective Upon Full Execution through June 30, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve amendment to BOS Agreement 20-063 with LACO Associates to provide disaster recovery grant research and grant writing services, increasing the Agreement from $100,000 to $185,000, effective upon full execution through June 30, 2021; and authorize Chair to sign same. LACO FY20-21 Amendment Agreement 20-63 Attachments:

Approved

4p) Approval of Amendment to BOS-19-018 with Mendocino County Resource Conservation District for Hazardous Tree Removal Project Management Services, Increasing the Agreement by $10,200 for a New Total of $851,100, Term Effective Upon Execution through March 15, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve amendment to BOS-19-018 with Mendocino County Resource Conservation District for hazardous tree removal project management services, increasing the agreement by $10,200 for a new total of $851,100, term effective upon execution through March 15, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same. MCRCD Haz Tree Amendment Original Agreement Attachments:

Approved

4q) Adoption of Mendocino County's 2021 Legislative Platform Recommended Action: Adopt the Mendocino County 2021 Legislative Platform. Attachments: 2021 Draft Legislative Platform

Approved

4r) Approval of Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 18-079 with Clifton Larson Allen LLP, in the Amount of $147,300, for a New Total of $360,900 to Provide Fiscal Audit Services for an Additional 2-Year Term, from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023 Recommended Action: Approve Amendment to BOS Agreement No. 18-079 with Clifton Larson Allen LLP in the amount of $147,300, for a new total of $360,900 to provide Fiscal Audit Services for an additional 2-Year term, from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023; authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Amendment

Approved - There is a display in the Courthouse for the week created by the Victim Witness Unit

4s) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing the Week of April 18-24, 2021 as Crime Victims’ Rights Week in Mendocino County Recommended Action: Adopt Proclamation recognizing the week of April 18-24, 2021, as Crime Victims' Rights Week in Mendocino County; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Proclamation

Approved

4t) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with Mendocino Coast Hospitality Center in the Amount of $188,251 to Provide Coastal Emergency Winter Shelter Including Supplies for the Hospitality House Emergency Shelter to Prevent, Prepare For, and Respond To Coronavirus Among Individuals and Families Who Are Experiencing Homelessness in Mendocino County for the Period of January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Agreement with Mendocino Coast Hospitality Center in the amount of $188,251 to provide coastal emergency winter shelter including supplies for the Hospitality House emergency shelter to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus among individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness in Mendocino County for the period of January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director or designee to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Mendocino Coast Hospitality Center, $188,251, 20-22, ACT HOMe Team, COVID-19 - Preliminary

Approved

4u) Approval of Agreement with Goldfarb and Lipman, LLP., in the Amount of $20,000 to Provide Legal Services, Such as Contract Negotiation, Associated with Capital Projects for Housing Development, Effective Upon Full Execution Through December 31, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve Agreement with Goldfarb and Lipman, LLP., in the amount of $20,000 to provide legal services, such as contract negotiation, associated with Capital projects for housing development, effective upon full execution through December 31, 2021; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director or designee to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Goldfarb and Lipman LLP, $20,000, 20-21, ACT - Preliminary April 20, 2021

Approved

4v) Approval of Retroactive Amendment to Agreement No. MH-20-013, PA No. 20-139 with National Alliance on Mental Illness in the Amount of $31,500 for a New Total of $61,250 for Mental Health Services Act Funded Programs in Mendocino County, Effective July 1, 2020 through a New End Date of June 30, 2021 (Original End Date December 31, 2020) Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Amendment to Agreement No. MH-20-013, PA No. 20-139 with National Alliance on Mental Illness in the amount of $31,500 for a new total of $61,250 for Mental Health Services Act funded programs in Mendocino County, effective July 1, 2020 through a new end date of June 30, 2021 (original end date December 31, 2020); authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Director to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Amendment - National Alliance on Mental Illness, Amendment, $31,500 ($61,250), 20-21, BHRS MH - Preliminary National Alliance on Mental Illness of Mendocino County, $29,750, 20-21, BHRs MH, MH-20-013 Attachments: 4w) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with Deaf Counseling Advocacy and Referral DBA Communique Interpreting in the Amount of $25,000 for the Provision of Sign Language Interpretation Services During Emergencies Such as the COVID-19 Pandemic, Effective January 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Agreement with Deaf Counseling Advocacy and Referral DBA Communique Interpreting in the amount of $25,000 for the provision of sign language interpretation services during emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic, effective January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2021; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director or designee to sign any future amendments that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Deaf Counseling Advocacy & Referral DBA Communique Interpreting, $25,000, 20-21, PH DOC, COVID - Preliminary

Approved

4x) Approval of Retroactive Agreement with North Coast Opportunities, Inc., in the Amount of $25,000 to Provide Meal and Personal Hygiene Supplies Delivery Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Effective January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2021 Recommended Action: Approve retroactive Agreement with North Coast Opportunities, Inc., in the amount of $25,000 to provide meal and personal hygiene supplies delivery services during the COVID-19 pandemic, effective January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2021; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Public Health Director to sign future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: North Coast Opportunities, $25,000

Approved

4y) Approval of Agreement with Ford Street Project in the Amount of $103,680 to Provide Vocational Services for California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids Participants, Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Approve the Agreement with Ford Street Project in the amount of $103,680 to provide vocational services for California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids Participants, effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director/Social Services Director or designee to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the annual maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. Attachments: Ford Street, $103,680

Approved

4z) Approval of Amendment to Agreement No. BOS 21-031 with Mendocino County AIDS/Viral Hepatitis Network (MCAVHN) in the Amount of $16,000 for a New Total of $35,200 to Provide On-Site Case Management Support to High-Risk Homeless Individuals and Families Served Through Project Roomkey in the Inland Valley of Mendocino County During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Effective November 1, 2020 Through a New End Date of September 30, 2021 (Original End Date June 30, 2021) Recommended Action: Approve Amendment to Agreement No. BOS 21-031 with Mendocino County AIDS/Viral Hepatitis Network (MCAVHN) in the amount of $16,000 for a new total of $35,200 to provide on-site case management support to high-risk homeless individuals and families served through Project Roomkey in the inland valley of Mendocino County during the COVID-19 pandemic, effective November 1, 2020 through a new end date of September 30, 2021 (original end date June 30, 2021); authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Assistant Director to sign any future amendments to the Agreement that do not increase the maximum amount; and authorize Chair to sign same. MCAVHN amendment $16,000 (35,200) Mendocino County AIDS Viral Hepatitis Network, $19,200, HHSA ACT, 20-21, BOS 21-031 Attachments: HUMAN RESOURCES

Approved

4aa ) Adoption of Proclamation Recognizing April 18 - 24, 2021, as Volunteer Appreciation Week in Mendocino County Recommended Action: Adopt Proclamation recognizing April 18 - 24, 2021, as Volunteer Appreciation Week in Mendocino County; and authorize Chair to sign the same. Attachments: Volunteer Week Proclamation

Approved

4ab ) Adoption of Resolution Approving Amendment Number 15 to Board of Supervisors Agreement Number 04-049, Franchise Agreement Between the County of Mendocino and USA Waste of California, Inc., DBA Empire Waste Management for Solid Waste Collection Area Number Two (Fort Bragg and Ukiah Areas) Extending the Term of this Agreement to June 30, 2022 Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution approving Amendment Number 15 to Board of Supervisors Agreement Number 04-049, Franchise Agreement between the County of Mendocino and USA Waste of California, Inc., dba Empire Waste Management for Solid Waste Collection Area Number Two (Fort Bragg and Ukiah Areas) extending the term of this Agreement to June 30, 2022; and authorize Chair to sign same. Resolution Amendment No. 15 Attachments:

Approved

4ac) Adoption of Resolution Approving Amendment Number 2 to Board of Supervisors Agreement Number 20-014/Department of Transportation Agreement Number 190028 with Wylatti Resource Management, Inc., for Leachate Monitoring and Hauling Services for Laytonville and Caspar Landfills, Increasing Contract Amount by $50,000 for a New Total Amount of $127,000 (Laytonville and Caspar Areas) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution approving Amendment No. 2 to Board of Supervisors Agreement Number 20-014/Department of Transportation Agreement Number 190028 with Wylatti Resource Management, Inc., for leachate monitoring and hauling services for Laytonville and Caspar Landfills, increasing contract amount by $50,000 for a new total amount of $127,000 (Laytonville and Caspar Areas); and authorize Chair to sign same. Resolution Amendment No. 2 Attachments:

Approved

4ad ) Adoption of Resolution Ratifying the Grant Application for Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act Funds to Assist with Operational Expenses for Little River Airport and Authorizing the Director of Transportation to Accept the Grant, if Awarded, and Execute the Grant Agreement and Sign Any Other Necessary Related Documents on Behalf of Mendocino County (Little River Area) Recommended Action: Adopt resolution ratifying the grant application for Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act funds to assist with operational expenses for Little River Airport and authorizing the Director of Transportation to accept the grant, if awarded, and execute the grant agreement and sign any other necessary related documents on behalf of Mendocino County (Little River Area); and authorize Chair to sign same. Resolution CA LLR - SF424 Signed Attachments:

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