LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — The Board of Supervisors is set to discuss a possible audit of the nonprofit that operated the county’s homeless shelter and consider an association’s request for owners to waive the aquatic weed herbicide treatment permit fee.
The board will meet from at 9 am. Tuesday, September 27, in council chambers on the first floor of the Lake County Courthouse, 255 N. Forbes St., Lakeport.
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In an untimed item, the council will review the county’s contractual relationship with Elijah House and the use of an external auditor to review and assess contract and funding compliance, appropriations and expenditures.
The Oroville-based nonprofit operated the county’s homeless shelter from July 2020 until the end of last month.
In recent months, questions have arisen about the nonprofit’s performance and accountability.
The board will also consider retaining special legalized services to handle PG&E’s wildfire mitigation activities and a request from the Clearlake Oaks Keys Homeowners Association for a fee waiver for a herbicide treatment permit against aquatic weeds.
At 9:10 a.m., the Board will host the presentation of the Employee Service Awards.
At 10 a.m., the supervisors will hold a public hearing for a rezoning project and a negative statement requested by Daniel Sosa for 3774 and 3794 E. Autoroute 20, Nice, the Nice Market.
Sosa is applying to rezone the property from Highway Commercial-Design Review to Community Commercial to allow commercial cannabis retail.
The full agenda follows.
5.1: Review of AVA Authority’s revised response to the 2021-22 Grand Jury Final Report.
5.2: Approve the agreement between Lake County and Kings View Professional Services for GIS Support Services for fiscal year 2022-23 in the amount of $158,469 and authorize the Chair of Council to sign.
5.3: Approve the agreement between Lake County and 4Leaf Inc, for the review of structural plans for major residential projects for an amount not to exceed $50,000, and authorize the President to sign.
5.4: Waive the formal tender requirement and authorize the IT Director to issue purchase orders to Dell Marketing LP for Microsoft Apps for Enterprise licenses; and authorize the CIO to sign the Microsoft Enterprise Agreement enrollment documents.
5.5: a) Approve Bid Exemption for Converse Construction Inc. for Bid No. 22-08, Hill Road Correctional Facility Standby Generator Project; and b) award of tender no. 22-08 to GD Nielson Construction Inc. in the amount of $507,456 and authorize the president to sign the agreement and the notice of award.
5.6: (a) Approve the acceptance of Juneko Steele’s donation in the amount of $65,000, to be used for the purchase of a 2023 Chevy Tahoe K-9 vehicle and a K- prisoner transport insert 9; and (b) approve the purchase of one (1) 2023 Chevrolet Tahoe Police Pursuit 4×4 vehicle from Folsom Chevrolet for an amount not to exceed $60,000 from Sheriff/Coroner’s Budget Unit 2201, Purpose Code 62.72 and ; (c) pass a resolution to allocate contingency revenue for the purchase of a K-9 vehicle and a K-9 prisoner transport insert for use by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office; and (d) waive the bidding process under 38.2(3) because the bidding process would produce no economic benefit to the county; and (e) authorize the Sheriff/Coroner or his delegate to sign the purchase order(s).
5.7: Approve the First Amendment to the contract between Lake County and Adams Ashby Group for HOME and CDBG loan portfolio management services in the amount of $50,000, from July 1, 2020 through December 31, 2022, and authorize the president to sign.
5.8: (a) Waive the bidding process, pursuant to Lake County Code Section 2-38.2, based on a determination that the bidding would produce no economic benefit to the count ; (b) authorize the Special Districts Deputy Purchasing Administrator/Agent to issue a purchase order not to exceed $25,000 to DXP Turbo for the purchase of two replacement heavy duty pumps.
6.2, 9:10 a.m.: Presentation of service awards to employees.
6.3, 10 a.m.: Public hearing, examination of the rezoning project (RZ 22-02) and negative statement (IS 22-19). Candidate: Daniel Sosa. Project location: 3774 and 3794 E. Autoroute 20, Nice (APN 032-181-02 and 03).
7.2: Consideration of the nominations for a director and an alternate to the board of directors of the California State Association of Counties for 2023.
7.3: Consideration for nomination to the following advisory board: Hartley Cemetery District.
7.4: (a) Consideration of a resolution authorizing a request for funding under the Regional Collaborative Climate Program, as administered by the Strategic Growth Council; (b) review of a draft partnership agreement for the Climate Safe Lake project and authorization of a designated person to sign.
7.5: Consideration of Lake County Board of Supervisors’ resolution of intent to initiate an amendment to the zoning ordinance relating to appeals.
7.6: Consideration of resolution of intent of the Lake County Board of Supervisors to initiate the following amendments: An amendment to Chapter 5 of the Lake County Code relating to permitting exempt and temporary farm structures, an amendment in Chapter 27 of the Lake County Code relating to mitigation charges and amending Section 68 of the Zoning Ordinance regarding definitions of types of temporary constructions.
7.7: Discussion and review of the County’s contractual relationship with Elijah House and the use of an external auditor to review and assess contract and funding compliance, appropriations and expenditures.
7.7: Consideration of retaining specialized legal services to address PG&E’s wildfire mitigation activities.
7.9: Consideration of Clearlake Oaks Keys Homeowners Association’s request for a fee waiver for an Aquatic Weed Herbicide Treatment Permit.
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
8.1: Conference with Legal Counsel: Existing Litigation Under Government Code Section 54956.9(1) – Flesch v. Lake County.
8.2: Conference with Legal Counsel: Existing Dispute under Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1-) Center for Biological Diversity, et al. v. Lake County, et al.
8.3: Evaluation of Public Officials: Title: Director of Behavioral Health.