Tuesday, February 27, 2001

 

REGULAR SESSION

Humboldt County Courthouse
Supervisorsí Chamber, First Floor
825 Fifth Street, Eureka

9:00 AM

 

A.                  SALUTE TO THE FLAG

B.                  AGENDA ADDITIONS AND/OR DELETIONS

1.                   Port of Humboldt Bay Harbor Revitalization Plan and Draft MOU Ron Fritzsche, President, Board of Commissioners of the Port of Humboldt Bay has requested Chair Woolley or two other Board members to participate in their planning efforts to develop a Harbor Revitalization Plan.

Action:Review draft respond as necessary and appoint Chair or two Board members to participate in planning effort.

BY ORDER OF THE CHAIR

2.                   Support of Assembly Bill 20, Senior Center Bond Act 2001 42nd District Assemblyman Paul Koretz has introduced Assembly Bill 20, Senior Center Bond Act of 2001 which will place a $225 million general obligation bond on the March 2002 ballot that will if approved by the voters provide funds to acquire, construct, renovate and equip senior centers throughout the state.

Action:Approve letters of support and direct Clerk of the Board to send them.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

3.                   Revoke Authority of Whole Child Interagency Council for One Specific Purpose regarding Four Healthy Start Proposals Without a quorum at its meeting of 2/26/01, the Whole Child Interagency Council was unable to approve the submission of four Healthy Start proposals due 3/01/01 for the school districts of Cuddeback, Redway, McKinleyville High School and South Bay Union.

Action:Approve request to release RFP.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

C.                  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.

Administrative Services

1.                   Release RFP for ADA Survey of Facilities Need to have a professional inventory conducted of our facilities and an accessibility report prepared from which we can develop a transition plan to accomplish ADA goals.

Action:Approve request.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

2.                   RFP for Uniformed Security Personnel Services The Board on February 3, 1998 approved a Courthouse Security proposal that directed County Counsel to draft a contract for private security services and for Administrative Services to put the contract out to bid.

Action:Approve request.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Board of Supervisors

3.                   Resolution for Road Closure Avenue of the Giants Marathon and 10K The Six Rivers Running Club has requested a Resolution for road closures for the annual Avenue of the Giants Marathon and 10K to take place on May 6, 2001 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. (Supervisor Rodoni)

Action:Adopt Resolution No. 01-15.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

4.                   Continuation of Emergency Needle Exchange Program Dr. Lindsay has determined that the emergency still exists and the resolution should remain in effect for an additional 14 days until March 13, 2001.(Supervisor Woolley)

Action:Extend local state of emergency until March 31, 2001.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

5.                   Quota International of Eureka - Certificates of Recognition Each year Quota International of Eureka presents a dinner to recognize individuals in our community for outstanding volunteer service.This year's dinner on February 24 recognized the following: Larry Olson, Judy Spencer-Trucks and Mary Glavich. (Supervisor Woolley)

Action:Ratify certificates for Larry Olson, Judy Spencer-Trucks and Mary Glavich.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

6.                   Certificate of Appreciation for Charlene Pellatz The Board commends Charlene Pellatz named Business Leader of the Year by the Arcata Chamber of Commerce for her leadership and commitment to services to the greater Arcata communities and Humboldt County.The award will be presented by the Chamber during the annual dinner on February 16. (Supervisor Woolley)

Action:Ratify certificate of appreciation for Charlene Pellatz.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

7.                   Resolution of Commendation for Anna Sparks Republican of the Year Former District 5 Supervisor Anna Sparks named Republican of the Year 2000 by the Republican Central Committee.The Resolution of Commendation will be presented to her at the dinner on February 20, 2001. (Supervisor Kirk)

Action:Ratify resolution.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

8.                   Appointment to Workforce Investment Board Mary Ann Bansen Request the Board of Supervisors appoint Mary Ann Bansen to the private sector Dairy and Dairy Processing representatives position so that the WIB may continue to perform its duties with a full roster of members.

Action:Approve the Board Orders.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Clerk of the Board

9.                   Approval of the Board Orders from the Meeting of February 6, 2001 Board Orders from the Board of Supervisors' meeting of February 6, 2001: C-3, C-6, D-1, F-5, F-6, F-7, I-1, and J-1.

Action:Approve the Board Orders.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

10.               Appointment to the Humboldt County Planning Commission Appoint Sef Murguia as First District representative with term to expire on January 31, 2005.

Action:Appoint Mr. Sef Murguia as representative of Supervisorial District 1.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

County Administrative Office

11.               Tracking of Accounts Receivable At the meeting of September 19, 2000, Board directed the Auditor-Controller and the County Administrative Office to bring back an implementation plan for countywide use of the current financial information system for non-recognized receivables.

Action:Receive and file report.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

12.               MOU Between the County and the Superior Court The Court will reimburse the County at actual costs for providing services including indirect overhead. Trial Court Funding Act of 1997 (AB233)

Action:Approve MOU.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

District Attorney

13.               Domestic Violence Vertical Prosecution Program On February 9, 1998, the District Attorney's office was approved for funding of a Domestic Violence Vertical Prosecution unit.The funding was approved for a three year cycle and the DA office has been notified that they are eligible for a fourth year of funding.

Action:Adopt Resolution No. 01-18 accepting grant award.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

14.               Transfer from Contingencies Due to Large Homicide Case There was the prosecution of a large homicide case where costs exceeded appropriated amounts for both the witness expense account and expert witness account.

Action:Approve transfer.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Health and Human Services - Mental Health Branch

15.               Approval Supplemental Budget and Personnel Allocations for the AB 2034 Program Board of Supervisors authorized HCMH to apply for funds through the State Department of Mental Health to provide emergent transitional and or permanent housing, employment, mental and physical health care and substance abuse services to enrollees with an emphasis on reducing recidivism to locked settings.

Action:Approve supplemental and personnel allocations.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Bonnie Neely SECOND: Jimmy Smith AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

16.               Contract with Community Based Provider for Intensive Outpatient Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services for Adolescents Board of Supervisors authorized Humboldt County Mental Health's Children, Youth and Family Services to expand adolescent alcohol and other drug treatment services to outlying areas of the County.

Action:Approve contract with St. Joseph Health Systemís Family Recovery Services

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

17.               Amendment to Agreement with Transitional Residential Treatment Facilities Inc. for Fiscal Year 2000-2001 The Program serves chronically mentally ill and allows for transition from inpatient care to outpatient care. TRTF requests increase in compensation due to raise of minimum wage.

Action:Approve amendment.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Health and Human Services - Public Health Branch

18.               Grant Agreement between the Humboldt Area Foundation and Project LEAN The grant from the Humboldt Area Foundation will provide funds to host a child and competition about iron-rich foods in Orick, McKinleyville and Rio Dell and give away tee shirts with iron education messages.

Action:Approve supplemental budget and grant agreement.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

19.               Outside Agency Support and Supplemental Budget for Healthy Mom's Program The CMSP Grant is from January 1, 2000 through February 28, 2001.The Probation Department was unable to spend the grant funds in the allotted time and Healthy Moms was able to expand much needed services utilizing these unexpended funds.

Action:Approve new line item and supplemental budget ($10,000)

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

20.               Amendment No. 2 to Lease Agreement for the Public Health Branch Fund 1175 Maternal and Child Health Division Board approved a new lease agreement between Maternal and Child Health Division of the Health Departmentand a California Corporation for office space.

Action:Approve amendment.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

21.               Establish Children and Families Commission Budget Passage of Proposition 10 enabled Humboldt County to establish a local children and families commission funded by tobacco tax revenues.

Action:Approve request.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Health and Human Services - Social Services

22.               Emergency Housing Assistance Program County has received a grant from the Emergency Housing Assistance Program to cover winter shelter costs.Recommend the Board adopt a supplemental budget so funds may be received and expended to house homeless families.

Action:Approve supplemental budget.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

23.               Reallocate Departmental Information Systems Technician to Analyst MSS has determined that due to shifting needs within the branch the positions should be reclassified.

Action:Approve request.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Library Services

24.               Library Supplemental Budget Book Sale Revenues Additional Book sale revenues and donations are designated to buy library collection materials and replace a malfunctioning computer light pen.A small sum was given to replace old bean bag chairs in the Eureka Main Library Young Adult area.

Action:Approve supplemental budget.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

25.               Young Adult Materials Grant & Supplementary Budget Humboldt County Library is receiving $5,000 for Young Adult collection materials.

Action:Accept grant and approve supplemental budget.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

26.               ERAF Support Letters Senate Bill 74 and Senate 94 would provide an ERAF exemption for Special district county libraries, effective 2001-02.The restoration of ERAF funds would dramatically improve funding to the Humboldt County Library.

Action:Send letter to Assemblywoman Strom-Martin and State Senator Chesbro.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

27.               State Library Grant The Library applied for and received a grant through the State Library for the purpose of performing maintenance on the Library's database in preparation for the mitigation to a new automated system.

Action:Accept grant and approve temporary staff changes.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION: Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Probation

28.               Resolution No. 01-19 Turning Point Academy During the 2000 legislative session Governor Gray Davis established the Turning Point Academy for Juvenile offenders.Currently the legislation restricts referrals to juvenile offenders who have a gun on a school campus.While not tremendous population of offenders in Humboldt County, it would be prudent to have resolution in place when a referral does become necessary.

Action:Adopt Resolution No. 01-19.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Public Works

29.               Surplus Vehicles Six patrol vehicles have been examined by the Equipment Superintendent and found to be in need of replacement.

Action:Approve request.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

30.               Adoption of Goals for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises In order to continue to receive federal funding for transportation construction projects, the County must adhere to new federal requirements regarding DBE'S.

Action:Approve request.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Sheriff

31.               Revised Fee Schedule for Jail Booking Fee Ordinance 2238 An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2187 has been prepared and submitted by the Sheriff for adoption by the Board of Supervisor.At Board meeting January 9, 2001 a proposal to amend Ordinance No. 2187 by adopting a Revised Fee Schedule for Jail Booking Fees.

Action:Adopt Ordinance No. 2238a.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

32.               License Agreement with Walter Poliak for SCOP Office in Willow Creek The County has occupied the space in Willow Creek that was donated for Senior Citizens on Patrol use by Walter Poliak since October of 1997.

Action: Approve extension of license agreement.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

Treasurer-Tax Collector

33.               Contract for Services Harmony Research Services Harmony Research Services will provide a report of names and addresses for parties of interest for the public auction parcels.The fee in consideration is $79.50 per parcel and $15.00 per parcel for updating searched from the prior year.This is less expensive than using extra help.

Action:Approve contract.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

D.                  SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

1.                   Proclamation March 2001 as Anemia Prevention Month The Northcoast Anemia Task Force requests that March be proclaimed Anemia Prevention Month.Joyce Houston R.D. Public Health Nutritionist and other members of the Task Force will be present to receive the Proclamation. (Supervisor Woolley)

Action:Adopt proclamation.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Jimmy Smith SECOND: Bonnie Neely AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

E.                  DEPARTMENT REPORTS

Public Works

1.                   Change Orders Over $10,000 on Public Works Projects (if required)

2.                   Advertisement or Award of Public Works Projects (if required)

County Administrative Office

3.                   Board Policy for Procedures for Submittal of Board Agenda Reports During the discussions on the Rules of the Board of Supervisors on February 6, 2001, one member requested that the policy dealing with placing items on the agenda be reviewed.

F.                  MATTERS INITIATED BY BOARD MEMBERS

1.                   Save the Historic 1939 Art Deco Style Eureka Theater Eureka Concert and Film Center has requested the Board of Supervisors support of their efforts to Save the historic 1939 art deco style Eureka Theater in the Cultural Arts Resource District of downtown Eureka.This project will create an educational venue for classic films and the performing arts. (Supervisor Neely)

Action:Adopt resolution of support.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Bonnie Neely SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

2.                   General Plan Critical Choices Workshop Off Shore Oil Drilling On November 8, 1988, the voters in Humboldt County approved MEASURE B, an initiative that requires voter approval to decide on the siting of oil facilities onshore in Humboldt County.The initiative passed with 68.29% of the vote.Similar initiatives have been passed in coastal communities throughout the State of California.Although the matter was approved by the voters, no Ordinance currently exists on the books to implement the outcome of the election.Since the Board is currently working on updating the General Plan, this issue should be part of the Critical Choices Workshop discussion and addressed in the General Plan update. (Supervisor Neely)

Action:Refer to the General Plan process and add it to the list of critical choices.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Bonnie Neely SECOND: Paul Kirk AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

3.                   Formation of a Sudden Oak Death Coastal Council (Supervisor Woolley) Marin County Fifth District Supervisor Cynthia Murray has requested Humboldt County's support of and the appointment of a Board member as a representative on the Sudden Oak Death Coast Counties Council.

Action:Support formation and appoint a board member to said council.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Bonnie Neely SECOND: Jimmy Smith AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

4.                   Reports on Board Member Travel at County Cost and Meeting Attendance

5.                   Potential or Proposed Big Box Retail Development in Humboldt County

G.                 MATTERS SET FOR TIME CERTAIN

Time Certain 1 10:00 A.M. & 11:00 A.M.

1.                   Changes for Youth Programs Under the Workforce Investment Act (Supervisor Neely) Farrell Starr, Employment Training Department, to give a presentation to the Board on the Changes for Youth Programs under the Workforce Investment Act.

Appoint:Hear presentation from Farrell Starr Employment Training Department Director.

2.                   Status Report on the North Coast Railroad Authority Dave Ripple, Board member of the North Coast Railroad Authority to present to the Board a status report including current railroad issues.

Action:Hear report and take appropriate action as required.

Time Certain 2 10:30 A.M.

3.                   Midyear Financial Review and Budget Parameters for Fiscal Year 2001-02 The purpose of this report is to provide information on the status of the current year budget based on a midyear financial review.

Action:Approve budget parameters and adopt proposed budget schedule.

 

H.                  CLOSED SESSION

1.                   Report from Prior Closed Session (if required)

2.                   Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 for the Purpose of Reviewing the County's Position and Instructing its Designated Representatives with Respect to the Various Forms of Compensation Provided to the County's Represented and unrepresented Employees (if required)

3.                   Report on Pending or Threatened Litigation Pursuant to Govt. Code Section 54956.9 (if required)

4.                   Conference with Legal Counsel--Anticipated Litigation--Significant Exposure to Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(b). One Case

5.                   Conference with Legal Counsel--Existing Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a). Vietnam Veterans of California, Inc. v. Humboldt County Board of Supervisors.Case No. CV000962.

6.                   Conference with Legal Counsel Pursuant to California Government Code Section 54956.9(a). Roger E. Smith Inc., d.b.a. Resco Construction Company v. County of Humboldt et. al. Superior Court Case No. 96DR0188

I.                     PUBLIC APPEARANCES--9:05 A.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.

 

1.                   David Elsebusch expressed concerns about how the County would be financing its share of a proposed $100,000 challenge grant application for the Humboldt County Library.

J.                   ADMINISTRATIVE ABATEMENT HEARINGS1:30 P.M.

Code Enforcement Unit

1.                   County vs. Kennaly A.P. No. 200-252-046 Administrative Abatement Cleanup

Action:Find that public nuisance exists and order property owner to abate.

MOTION:Move to Approve

MOTION:Roger Rodoni SECOND: Bonnie Neely AYES: Roger Rodoni, Paul Kirk, John Woolley, Jimmy Smith and Bonnie Neely NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None

K.                  OPTIONAL ITEM

L.                   ADJOURNMENT

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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