HUMBOLDT COUNTY COURTHOUSE

SUPERVISORS’ CHAMBER, FIRST FLOOR

825 FIFTH STREET

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2008

9:00 AM

 

A.                  SALUTE TO THE FLAG

B.                  SUPPLEMENTAL ITEMS

C.                  SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

1.                   Resolution Recognizing Norman Reed upon his Retirement. (Supervisor Smith)

RECOMMENDATION: Adopt the Resolution.

2.                   Proclaim December as Human Rights Month and Dec 10, 2008 through Dec. 10, 2009 as the Year of the Declaration for Human Rights in Humboldt County. (Supervisor Neely)

RECOMMENDATION: Adopt the Proclamation.

D.                  CONSENT CALENDAR

These matters are routine in nature and are usually approved by a single vote. Prior to the meeting, any member of the public may request any member of the Board to pull a particular item for further discussion.

Agricultural Commissioner

1.                   Approval of Standard Agreement No. 08-0501, Sudden Oak Mortality Regulatory Program Contract in the Amount of $34,215.13.

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors grant a waiver from the provisions of the Nuclear Free Ordinance; Approve Standard Agreement No. 08-501, Known as the Sudden Oak Mortality (SOD) Regulatory Program; Authorize the Chair to sign the original and one copy of the cover page as well as the Contractor Certification form, and return all copies to the Agriculture Department for further processing; and Authorize the Auditor- Controller to execute the attached supplemental budget for 2008-09.

2.                   Approval of Standard Agreement No. 08-0571, high Risk Pest Exclusion Program Contract in the Amount of $4,000

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors grant a waiver from the provisions of the Nuclear Free Ordinance; Approve Standard Agreement No. 08-517, known as the High-Risk Pest Exclusion Program Contract; authorize the Chair to sign the original and one copy of the cover page as well as the Contractor Certification form, and return all copies to the Agriculture Department for further processing; and Authorize the Auditor-Controller to execute the included supplemental budget for fiscal year 2008-09.

Board of Supervisors

3.                   Resolution Recognizing Nelson Rossig on His 100th Birthday. (Supervisor Smith)

RECOMMENDATION: Ratify the Resolution.

4.                   Letter of Appreciation to Dale Ward for Serving on the Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board. (Supervisor Neely)

RECOMMENDATION: Authorize the Chair to sign Letter of Appreciation.

5.                   Reappoint Doug Rasines and Mark Schaffner to the Workforce Investment Board Youth Council. (Supervisor Woolley)

RECOMMENDATION: Approve the reappointments.

6.                   Appoint Thomas D. Rowe to the Humboldt County Assessment Appeals Board to Fill a Vacant Alternate Position. (Supervisor Woolley)

RECOMMENDATION: Approve the appointment.

7.                   The Board of Supervisors Requests a 45-day Extension to the Commenting Period on the CalTrans Eureka-Arcata 101Corridor Improvement Project, Potential Modifications to Alternatives. (Supervisor Woolley)

RECOMMENDATION: Approve the request.

8.                   Appoint Ben Hawk to the Humboldt County Forestry Review Committee. (Supervisor Rodoni)

RECOMMENDATION: Appoint Ben Hawk to the Humboldt County Forestry Review Committee.

9.                   Letter of Support to President-Elect Barack Obama for the Appointment of Congressman Mike Thompson as Secretary of the Interior. (Supervisor Smith)

RECOMMENDATION: Authorize Chair to sign letter of support.

Child Support Services

Clerk of the Board

10.               Local Appointments List for 2009.

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors receive said list; Direct the Clerk of the board to send a copy of said list the Humboldt County Library, Eureka Main Branch. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54973, the Board hereby designates the Humboldt County Library, Eureka Main Branch, as the public library required to receive a copy of such list.

Health and Human Services - Mental Health Branch

11.               Reappoint to the Humboldt County Mental Health Board.

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors reappoint Rodney C. Thornton to another three year term on the Humboldt County Mental Health Board.

12.               Approval of the First Amendment to the Agreement by and between Humboldt County and Alcohol Drug Care Services, Inc. for Residential Drug Treatment and Detoxification Services.

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors authorize and direct the Chair to sign the attached First Amendment to the Agreement by and between Humboldt County and Alcohol Drug Care Services, Inc., for the provision of residential alcohol and drug treatment, and non-medical detoxification recovery services; and Direct the Clerk of the Board to return two executed originals of the Amendment to the Mental Health Branch for transmittal to the contractor and for retention by the Alcohol and Other Drug Programs.

13.               Approval of the First Amendment to the Agreement by and between Humboldt County and Alcohol Drug Care Services, Inc. for the Provision of Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services for the Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000 (SACPA).

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors authorize and direct the Chair of the Board to sign the attached First Amendment to the Agreement between Humboldt County and Alcohol Drug Care Services, Inc. for the provision of residential alcohol and drug treatment, outpatient treatment, and non-medical detoxification recovery services for the SACPA Program; and Direct the Clerk of the Board to return two executed originals of the Amendment to the Mental Health Branch for transmittal to the contractor and for retention by the Alcohol and Other Drug Programs.

14.               Approval of the First Amendment to the Agreement by and between Humboldt County and North Coast Substance Abuse Council, Inc. for the Provision of Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services for the Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000 (SACPA)

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors authorize and direct the Chair of the Board to sign the attached First Amendment to the Agreement between Humboldt County and North Coast Substance Abuse Council, Inc. DBA "Crossroads". for the provision of residential alcohol and drug treatment, outpatient treatment, and non-medical detoxification recovery services for the SACPA Program; and Direct the Clerk of the Board to return two executed originals of the Amendment to the Mental Health Branch for transmittal to the contractor and for retention by the Alcohol and Other Drug Programs.

15.               Approval of the First Amendment to the Agreement by and between Humboldt County and North Coast Substance Council for Residential Drug Treatment and Detoxification Services

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors authorize and direct the Chair of the Board to sign the attached First Amendment to the Agreement between Humboldt County and North Coast Substance Abuse Council, Inc. DBA "Crossroads". for the provision of residential alcohol and drug treatment, outpatient treatment, and non-medical detoxification recovery services for the SACPA Program; and Direct the Clerk of the Board to return two executed originals of the Amendment to the Mental Health Branch for transmittal to the contractor and for retention by the Alcohol and Other Drug Programs.

16.               Memorandum of Agreement with health Services advisory Group, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Quality Improvement Organization

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors approve the Memorandum of Agreement with Health Services Advisory Group; and Authorize the Mental Health Branch Director to sign the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with health Services Advisory Group.

17.               Request for Extension of Extra-Help hours for Budget Unit 1170-424 Mental Health Branch Administration

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors approve the extensions of extra-help hours to a maximum of 1400 hours for Budget Unit 1170-424 pursuant to section 7 of Humboldt County Resolution effective immediately for the following employees: Leo Hutson, Mental Health Maintenance Custodian; Scott Landis, Mental Health Worker; May Yang, Children’s Center Specialist; Lea Nagy, Training Coordinator; Michelle Dulas, Mental Health Aid; Shelly Fitzgerald, Mental Health Aide; Ciara Lockwood, office Assistant; Marijke Brown, Office Assistant.

Health and Human Services - Public Health Branch

18.               Approve Lease for 77 Walnut  Way, Willow Creek, California

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors approve and authorize the Chair of the Board to execute the Lease for 77 Walnut Way, Willow Creek for the term of March 1, 2009 through February 28, 2012; and Direct the Clerk of the Board to return on executed Lease to Real Property for transmittal to Lessor.

Health and Human Services - Social Services Branch

19.               Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding with the California Department of Social Services to Install Video Conference Equipment.

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors approve Memorandum of Understanding with the California Department of Social Services to install video conference equipment for the Social Services Branch Fair Hearings; and Authorize the Director of the Social Services Branch to sign two copies of the Memorandum of Understanding.

Library Services

20.               Recognition of Donations made to the Library Fund 1500, Budget Unit 621, County Library

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors accept and recognize donations made to the Library in the amount of $6,020.49 for the purpose of purchasing new library materials.

21.               Extension of Extra-Help Hours in Budget Unit 621, County Library, for Fiscal Year 2008-2009

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RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors approve the extension of extra-help hours for fiscal year 2008-2009 in Budget Unit 621, County Library, pursuant to Section 7 of the Humboldt County Salary Resolution. (A maximum of 1,900 hours for Courtney Taylor, Office Assistant/Page; A maximum of 1,700 hours for Pat Smith, Senior Library Assistant; and a maximum of 1,400 hours for : Kellie Bryan, Office Assistant/Library Assistant and Carol Waller, Offices Assistant/Library Assistant.)

Personnel

22.               Amendment to Memorandum of Understanding for Representation Unit 7 (Law Enforcement Management Regarding Vacation Conversion)

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors adopt Resolution No. _____ approving the Amendment to the memorandum of Understanding for Unit 7 (Law Enforcement Management); and Authorize the Chair of the Board to execute the Amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding.

23.               Amendment to Compensation Plans for Management and Confidential Employees and Elected and Appointed Officials for Fiscal Years 2008-2009, 2009-2010, and 2010-2011

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors adopt Resolution No. ___ approving the Amendment to the Compensation Plans for Management and Confidential Employees and Elected and Appointed Officials for fiscal years 2008-2009, 2009-2010, and 2010-2011.

24.               Amendment to Memorandum of Understanding for Representation units 1-4 (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees) Regarding Salary Adjustments for Certain Classifications.

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors adopt Resolution No. ___ approving the Amendment to the memorandum of Understanding for Units 1-4 (AFSCME), providing salary adjustments for certain classifications; and Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to execute the Amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding.

Probation

25.               Sublicense Agreement between the County of Humboldt and Fuskuikan Martial Arts Center

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors approve and authorize the Chairperson of the Board to execute the Sublicense Agreement with Fusuikan Martial Arts Center; and Direct the Clerk of the Board to return one executed original Sublicense Agreement to Real Property for transmittal to Sublicensor.

Public Works

26.               Pay Differential for David Ryan, Associate Land Surveyor

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RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors approve the continuation of a temporary increase in compensation of 10 salary ranges for Associate Land Surveyor, David Ryan for serving as County Surveyor, from December 28, 2008 through June 28, 2009 or until the County completes the classification review and fills the County Salary Resolution.

27.               Pay Differential for Hank Seeman, Environmental Services Manager

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RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors approve the continuation of the temporary increase in the compensation of 10 salary ranges for Hank Seeman, Environmental Services Manager, from December 28, 2008 and continuing through June 28, 2009 or until a classification review of Mr. Seeman's position is completed, whichever occurs first, pursuant to Section 7 of the Humboldt County Salary Resolution.

28.               Construction of Storm Damage Repairs on Alderpoint Road (F6B165) at PM 10.0: Project No.: ER 4400(039), Contract No. 206370

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors authorize the Director of Public Works to sign Contract Change Order Number 1 for the total amount of $14,528.00.

29.               Construction of Indianola Cutoff Rehabilitation and Overlay between Eureka City Limit and Myrtle Ave.: Project No.: RPL 5904(062), Contract No. 202711

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors Authorize the Director of Public Works to sign Contract Change Order Number 1 for the total amount of $103,128.00.

30.               Brian Lawrence Final Subdivision, APN 509-240-05, McKinleyville

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors declare the subdivision as complete, and accept and approve the subdivision map for filing with the County Recorder; Accept the dedications to the County of Humboldt of Parcel A for public utility purposes only; Parcels C and D for public utility purposes; Parcel E for public road purposes; and Parcel F for pedestrian purposes, all as shown on the subdivision map; Direct the Clerk of the Board to sign the subdivision map on behalf of the Board; and Direct the Clerk of the Board to transmit the subdivision map and the Conveyance and Agreement to the County Recorder.

31.               William Landis Final Map Subdivision, AON 509-162-017, McKinleyville

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors declare the subdivision as complete, and accept and approve the subdivision map for filing with the County Recorder; Accept the dedications to the County of Humboldt of parcel C (Landis Court) for public utility purposes only; Parcel D (Cochran Road) for public road purposes; Parcel E for non-vehicular access; Parcels F7J for public utility and pedestrian purposes; and Parcel G for public utility purposes; and reject Parcel C (Landis Court) for public road purposes, all as shown on the subdivision map; Direct the Clerk of the Board to sign the subdivision map on behalf of the Board; Direct the Clerk of the Board to transmit the subdivision map and the Conveyance and Agreement to the County Recorder.

32.               Security National Servicing Corporation Hangar Lease at Arcata/Eureka Airport

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RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors approve the termination of the Corporate Hangar lease with Security National Servicing Corporation and authorize the Land Use Division to send a letter of termination to lessee, Security National Servicing Corporation; authorize the Chairperson to sign and execute Lease to the land Use Division for Transmittal to Lessee.

33.               Solid Waste Agreements for Redway Transfer Station and Eight Southern Solid Waste Container Sites

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors Review and accept this staff report regarding agreements with Eel River Disposal Company, Inc. for operation of the southern container sites and Redway Transfer Station and the hauling of waste from Redway Transfer Station to the County's authorized disposal site; Authorize the Chair to sign the attached amendments to the existing agreements with Eel River Disposal Company, Inc. To extend the term of each for six (6) months with two additional 90 day extension options; Direct staff to transmit the signed copies of these amendments to Eel River Disposal Company, Inc.

E.                  DEPARTMENT REPORTS

Agricultural Commissioner

1.                   Ordinance Amending Humboldt County Code Sections 715-3 and 715-6 Relating to the County Commercial Weighing and Measuring Device Registration Program

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors introduce the attached ordinance by title and waive the first reading thereof; and the ordinance be set for adoption at least one week away; and That the summary of the ordinance be published and a certified copy of the full text of the proposed ordinance be posted in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors at least five days prior to the Board meeting at which the ordinance will be adopted.  Government Code Section 25124 (b) (1): and That within 15 days after the adoption of the ordinance, the Board shall publish a summary of the ordinance with the names of the Supervisors voting for and against the ordinance and the Clerk shall post in the office of the Clerk of the Board a certified copy of the full text of the adopted ordinance and amendments along with the names of those Supervisors voting for and against the ordinance.  Government Code Section 25124 (b) (1).

Public Works

2.                   Designation of Various Speed Zones on Briceland Thorne Road and Shelter Cove Road

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of introduce the attached Ordinance by title, waive the first reading thereof, and set the Ordinance for adoption at least one week away; and Direct the Clerk of the Board to publish a summary at least five (5) days before the date set for adoption and again fifteen (15) days after adoption.

Probation

3.                   Request to Submit Grant Application for State Local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Facility Construction Funding Program

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors authorize the Chief Probation Officer to sign the attached construction grant application and other necessary documents required for submission of the grant proposal to the State Corrections Standards Authority (CSA) for funding under the Senate Bill 81, Local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Facility Construction Funding Program; Authorize the Chief Probation Officer to submit the construction grant application to the CSA, with instructions to return to the Board of Supervisors to complete the necessary contracts, agreements, and budget detail in order to accept the grant funding, if awarded, and implement the projects and activities described in the application for funding; Designate Tim Toste, Probation Division Director for Detention Services, as the County Contact Person for the purpose of implementing the local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Facility Construction Grant, if funded; Designate Tyler Holmes, Deputy Public Works Director for Facilities Management as the County Construction Administrator for the purpose of project management for the construction activities funded under the Local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Facility Constriction Grant; Designate, Josielyn Gibaugh, Deputy Public Works Director for General Services, as the Project Financial Officer for the for the project and activities funded under the Local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Facility Construction Grant; and Adopt and authorize the Chair of the Board to sign the required Board Resolution.

County Administrative Office

4.                   County Medical Services Program Governing Board Elections.

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors vote for a "medium" sized county supervisors representative to serve on the County medical Services program(CMSP) governing board, and direct the Clerk of the Board to complete the Ballot and return it the Peterson Consulting.

5.                   Adoption of 2009 State and Federal Legislative Platforms

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors review, modify as appropriate, and adopt the proposed state and federal legislative platforms for 2009; Direct the County Administrative officer to submit the final version of the state legislative platform to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Assembly member Wesley Chesbro, State Senator Patricia Wiggins, and our legislative advocate, Don Peterson; Direct the County Administrative Officer to submit the final version of the federal legislative platform to U.S. Representative Mike Thompson, U.S. Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, and legislative advocate Don Peterson; and Direct the County Administrative officer to submit letters to State and Federal Legislatures as needed to support the County's legislative platform during 2009.

6.                   Code Enforcement Unit, Analysis of Code Enforcement Task Force Recommendations

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors receive a report from staff; Review the draft responses contained herein; Modify the responses as desired; and Direct staff to follow up accordingly.

F.                  MATTERS INITIATED BY BOARD MEMBERS

1.                   Standing Item--Reports on Board Member Travel at County Cost, Meeting Attendance, and Supervisorial District Matters.

G.                 MATTERS SET FOR TIME CERTAIN

9:30 a.m. - Board of Supervisors

1.                   Jeff Marsee selected as the New President of College of the Redwoods. (Supervisor Geist)

RECOMMENDATION: Welcome Jeff Marsee and take appropriate action, if required.

9:45 a.m. - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

2.                   Human Rights Commission Proposal to Implement the Formation of a Law Enforcement Advisory Committee. (Supervisor Neely)

RECOMMENDATION: Hear the presentation and take appropriate action, if necessary.

H.                  CLOSED SESSION

1.                   Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6, Review the County's Position and Instruct Designated Representatives with Respect to the Various Forms of Compensation Provided to the County's Represented and Unrepresented Personnel.

2.                   Conference with Legal Counsel on Pending, Threatened or Anticipated Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section  54956.9(c) (two cases)

3.                   Conference with Legal Counsel- Existing Litigation pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(a), County of Humboldt v. Robert C. McKee; Humboldt Superior Court, Case No. DR020825

I.                     PUBLIC APPEARANCES--1:30 P.M.

This 15-minute portion of the meeting is reserved for persons desiring to address the Board on any matter not on this agenda that is under the jurisdiction of the Board. It is requested that speakers sign the sheet at the front doors of the Chamber by 1:25 p.m.

 

J.                   ADMINISTRATIVE ABATEMENT HEARINGS - NONE SCHEDULED

Code Enforcement Unit

K.                  PUBLIC HEARINGS

Community Development Services

1.                   Adopt Ordinance amending Sections 312-2.4.1.3 and 312-42 of Title III of the Humboldt County Code relating to the issuance of zoning clearance certificates and modifications or exceptions for residential accessibility

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors introduce the Ordinance No. ____ by title and waive further reading, Open the public hearing, receive and consider the staff report and proposed determination of non-project status under CEQA, and accept public comment. Close the public hearing. Adopt Resolution No. _____ (Attachment B) finding the Zoning Procedural Text Amendments and Local Coastal Program Amendments exempt from provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), make the required findings for approval of the Zone Text Amendments and Local Coastal Program Amendments, and transmit the amendments to the California Coastal Commission. Adopt Ordinance No.____ amending Sections 312-2.4.1.3 and 312-42 of Title III of the Humboldt County Code relating to the issuance of zoning clearance certificates and modifications or exceptions for residential accessibility, to become effective upon California Coastal Commission certification of the proposed Local Coastal Program Amendment. Direct Community Development Services - Planning Division to transmit the Local Coastal Program Amendment to the California Coastal Commission for certification in accordance with the Coastal Act. Direct the Clerk of the Board to return signed copies of the resolutions and adopted ordinance to Community Development Services – Planning Division. Direct Community Development Services - Planning Division Staff to file a Determination of Non-Project Status within 15 days of the Board’s adoption of the Ordinance. Direct the Clerk of the Board to give notice of the decision to any interested party, and to publish the Post-Adoption Summary of Ordinance (Attachment C) fifteen (15) days after passage of the Ordinance.

2.                   Howard General Plan Amendment/Zone Reclassification /Lot Line Adjustment Application File Nos. APN 405-121-08 and 405111-03 Case No.: GPA-08-01/ZR-08-02/LLA-08-05

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors introduce the Ordinance no. ___ by title and waive further reading; Open the public hearing in the manner prescribed by law and receive the staff report and public testimony; Adopt Resolution No. ___ adopting the Planning Commission's findings and approve the amendment of the Humboldt County Freshwater Community Plan (FWCP) land use map, by amending property in the Freshwater area [GPA-08-01, Howard} from agricultural Rural/Agricultural Suburban to Timber Production; Approve the Zone Reclassification and adopt Ordinance No. ___, amending Section 311-7 of the Humboldt County Code by reclassifying and approximate 0.7 of lands currently zoned Agricultural General with a Special Building Site combining zone specifying a 5-acre minimum into Timberland Production Zone; Direct the Chair of the Board to sign and the Clerk of the Board to record a Certification of Rezoning (Notice of Timberland Production Zone Status) (Attachment D) on the parcel pursuant to Sections 51117 and 51141 of the California Government Code, after attaching a copy of the fully executed Ordinance and Map (Attachment C, Exhibit B). Direct the Clerk of the Board to give notice of the decision to the applicant/owner, the County Assessor's Office and any other interested party, and to publish the Post-Adoption Summary of Ordinance (Attachment E) within 15 days after passage by the Board, and direct Community Development Services - Planning Division to file a Notice of Exemption pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

3.                   Hansen -New Williamson Act Preserve and Lot Line Adjustment

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors hold a public hearing in the manner prescribed by law; Consider the application; Adopt the necessary findings prepared by Community Development Services - Planning Division Staff; Adopt the findings for the Lot Line Adjustment (LLA) consistent with the Williamson Act, the County's Williamson Act Guidelines, County LLA regulations, and California Government Code, Section 51257; and approve the LLA; Approve the amendment to the existing Land Conservation Contract and Hansen Agricultural Preserve boundaries to reflect the LLA, and adopt Resolution No. ________, (Attachment A) a Resolution amending Resolution No. 82-23 which established the Hansen Agricultural Preserve No. 82-04, and modifying the uniform rules including compatible uses, and the update to the Hansen Class C Land Conservation Contract per Resolution 05-58; Adopt Resolution No.______ (Attachment B) establishing the Lori Hansen Class D Agricultural Preserve; Authorize the Chair of the Board to execute the Clive Hansen (Attachment C) and Lori Hansen Land Conservation Contracts (Attachment D); Direct Planning Division Staff to prepare and file a Notice of Exemption with the County Clerk and Office of Planning and Research; Direct the Clerk of the Board to record copies of the Resolutions, Land Conservation Contracts and the Notice of LLA with the County Recorder; Direct the Clerk of the Board to give notice of the decision to the applicant, the Assessor's Office, County Counsel, the Planning Division, the California Office of Land Conservation and any other interested party

4.                   Westfall - Land Conservation Contract (New Enrollment) and Timber Production Zone Rezone Petition Case Nos.: AGP 07-05, ZR 07-06; File Nos.: 311-021-09 et al  Elk River Area

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors introduce Ordinance No. ______ by title and waive further reading; Open the public hearing, receive and consider the staff report, the Planning Commission's findings and accept public comment;  Close the public hearing; Adopt the necessary findings prepared by Community Development Services - Planning Division Staff; Adopt Ordinance No. ____ (Attachment A) amending Section 311-7 of the Humboldt County Code by reclassifying property in the Elk River area (ZR-07-06) within APN 311-041-30 and 311-041-34 from Agriculture General, 10 acre minimum (AG-B5(10)) into Agriculture Exclusive (AE) (approximately 57 acres) and Timberland Production Zone (TPZ)(approximately 20 acres); Direct the Clerk of the Board to publish a Post-Adoption Summary of Ordinance (Attachment B) within 15 days of the date of the hearing; Adopt Resolution No.______ (Attachment C) establishing the Westfall Class C Agricultural Preserve; Authorize the Chair of the Board to execute the Class C Land Conservation Contract (Attachment D); Direct Planning Division Staff to prepare and file a Notice of Exemption with the County Clerk and Office of Planning and Research; Direct Planning Staff to record the Notice of Merger with the County Recorder; Direct the Clerk of the Board to record copies of the Resolution, Land Conservation Contract (Attachment D) and the Certification of Rezoning (Notice of Timberland Production Zone Status) (Attachment E) on the parcel pursuant to Sections 51117 and 51141 of the California Government Code, after attaching a copy of the fully executed Ordinance and Map (Attachment A, Exhibit B) with the County Recorder;             Direct the Clerk of the Board to give notice of the decision to the applicant, the Assessor’s Office, County Counsel, the Planning Division, the California Office of Land Conservation and any other interested party.

5.                   Russ - Land Conservation Contract Addition to Existing Centerville Ranch Preserve) Case No.: AGP 07-01; File Nos.: 100-142-10, portions of 100-143-05 & 06 Ferndale Area

RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Supervisors hold a public hearing in the manner prescribed by law; Consider the application; Adopt the necessary findings prepared by Community Development Services - Planning Division Staff;  Adopt Resolution No.______ (Attachment A) adding lands to the existing Centerville Ranch Agricultural Preserve (AGP#28-87); Direct the Chair to execute the Amendment to the Land Conservation Contract (Attachment B); Direct Planning Division Staff to prepare and file a Notice of Exemption with the County Clerk and Office of Planning and Research; Direct the Clerk of the Board to record copies of the Resolution and Land Conservation Contract reflecting the new addition with the County Recorder; Direct the Clerk of the Board to give notice of the decision to the applicant, County Assessor, County Counsel, Planning Division, California Office of Land Conservation and any other interested party.

L.                   November Disbursements from the Auditor

M.                 ADJOURNMENT

Any written materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the Board of Supervisors less than 72 hours prior to the Board meeting, and that are public records subject to the Public Records Act, are available for public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of the Board at 825 5th Street, Suite 111, Eureka (476-2384), during normal business hours.

Persons wishing to file documentation on any agenda item for the official record must submit an original and nine (9) copies of each document to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Room 111 of the County Courthouse, 825 5th Street in Eureka (476-2384). Documentation includes, but is not limited to, written correspondence, audio and video tapes, maps, photographs, and petitions. Failure to submit the required number of copies will result in the document/s not being placed in the official record. (Per Board of Supervisors' policy adopted on March 21, 1995.)

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