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Board of Supervisors Chambers

SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1450 Court Street, Suite 308B Redding, California 96001-1673 (530) 225-5557 (800) 479-8009 (530) 225-5189 FAX

Supervisor Joe Chimenti, District 1 Supervisor Leonard Moty, District 2 Supervisor Mary Rickert, District 3 Supervisor Steve Morgan, District 4 Supervisor Les Baugh, District 5 AGENDA REGULAR MEETING OF THE
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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Tuesday, August 13, 2019, 9:00 AM The Board of Supervisors welcomes you to its meetings which are regularly scheduled for each Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. in the Board of Supervisors Chambers on the second floor of the Shasta County Administration Center, 1450 Court Street, Suite 263, Redding, California. Your interest is encouraged and appreciated. The agenda is divided into two sections: CONSENT CALENDAR: These matters include routine financial and administrative actions and are usually approved by a single majority vote. REGULAR CALENDAR: These items include significant financial, policy, and administrative actions and are classified by program areas. The regular calendar also includes Scheduled Hearings, which are noticed hearings and public hearings, and any items not on the consent calendar.
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TO ADDRESS THE BOARD: Members of the public may directly address the Board of Supervisors on any agenda item on the regular calendar before or during the Board's consideration of the item. In addition, the Board of Supervisors provides the members of the public with a Public Comment-Open Time period, where the public may address the Board on any agenda item on the consent calendar before the Board's consideration of the items on the consent calendar and may address the Board on any matter not listed on the agenda that is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board of Supervisors. Pursuant to the Brown Act (Govt. Code section 54950, et seq.), Board action or discussion cannot be taken on non-agenda matters, but the Board may briefly respond to statements or questions and, if deemed necessary, refer the subject matter to the appropriate department for follow-up and/or to schedule the matter on a subsequent Board Agenda.

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Persons wishing to address the Board are requested to fill out a Speaker Request Form and provide it to the Clerk before the meeting begins. Speaker Request Forms are available at the following locations: (1) online at http://www.co.shasta.ca.us/BOS/docs/Request_to_talk.pdf, (2) from the Clerk of the Board on the third floor of 1450 Court Street, Suite 308B, Redding, and (3) in the back of the Board of Supervisors Chambers. If you have documents to present for the members of the Board of Supervisors to review, please provide a minimum of ten copies. When addressing the Board, please approach the rostrum, and after receiving recognition from the Chairman, give your name and comments. Each speaker is allocated three minutes to speak. Comments should be limited to matters within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board.

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CALL TO ORDER

Invocation: Pastor Phil Harper, Community of Christ Church

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Pledge of Allegiance: Supervisor Rickert

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REGULAR CALENDAR

Members of the public may directly address the Board of Supervisors on any agenda item on the regular calendar before or during the Board's consideration of the item. Persons wishing to address the Board are requested to fill out a Speaker Request Form prior to the beginning of the meeting (forms are available from the Clerk of the Board, 1450 Court Street, Suite 308B, Redding, or in the back of the Board of Supervisors Chambers). If you have documents to present for the members of the Board of Supervisors to review, please provide a minimum of ten copies. Each speaker is allocated three minutes to speak.

BOARD MATTERS
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1 Board Matters Adopt a resolution which recognizes Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency, Employment Services Instructor III, Lynne Wilson as Shasta County's Employee of the Month for August 2019. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote

PRESENTATIONS R 2 Presentation Receive an annual update on Partnership HealthPlan of California from Northern Region Executive Director Wendi West and Behavioral Health Administrator Margaret Kisliuk. No General Fund Impact No Vote R 3 Presentation Receive a presentation from Dr. Greg Greenberg regarding addiction and its impact on Shasta County. No General Fund Impact No Vote
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PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD - OPEN TIME

During the Public Comment Open Time period, the public may address the Board on any agenda item on the consent calendar and may address the Board on any matter not listed on the agenda that is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board of Supervisors. Persons wishing to address the Board during Public Comment Open Time are requested to fill out a Speaker Request Form and, if you have documents to present to the Board of Supervisors, please provide a minimum of ten copies. CONSENT CALENDAR The following Consent Calendar items are expected to be routine and non-controversial. They may be acted upon by the Board at one time without discussion. Any Board member or staff member may request that an item be removed from the Consent Calendar for discussion and consideration. Members of the public may comment on any item on the Consent Calendar during the Public Comment Period - Open Time, which shall precede the Consent Calendar. Page 2 of 580

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT

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Approve the Capital Facilities Improvement Plan for Fiscal Year 2019-20. General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 2 Auditor-Controller Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the County claims list in the amount of 112.41 as submitted. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 3 Clerk of the Board Approve the minutes of the meeting held on July 23, 2019, as submitted. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 4 Clerk of the Board Appoint Robert Shaw to the Alternate position on the Assessment Appeals Board for the remainder of an unexpired term ending September 7, 2020. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 5 Support Services-Personnel Adopt a salary resolution, effective August 18, 2019, which amends the Shasta County Position Allocation List to delete 1.0 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Sheriff s Program Manager and add 1.0 FTE Agency Staff Services Analyst I/II in the Sheriff budget. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 6 Support Services-Personnel Adopt a salary resolution, effective August 18, 2019, which amends the Shasta County Position Allocation List to remove the sunset date of September 30, 2019 from 1.0 Full-Time Equivalent Community Education Specialist I/II in the Public Health budget. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
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7 Health and Human Services Agency-Adult Services Health and Human Services Agency-Children's Services Approve and authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Director (Director), or any Branch Director or Deputy Branch Director designated by the Director, to: (1) Sign or electronically sign: (a) an evergreen Q-global online Subscription and License Agreement with NCS Pearson, Inc. (Pearson) with no maximum compensation to provide online testing, scoring, and reporting services;

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(b) the online Pearson Terms of Use; (c) the online Order Forms in a total amount not to exceed 100,000; and (d) the online Q-global Business Associate Agreement with Pearson; and (2) authorize select staff, as Qualified Users, to electronically sign the online User account creation Terms and Conditions (T Cs) and other related online T Cs, as long as they are not substantially or functionally different from the T Cs currently approved by County Counsel, and other online documents required to access and complete each online account. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote
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Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a retroactive renewal agreement with the County of Butte in an approximate amount of 15,000 to provide acute psychiatric inpatient care for the period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote
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Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a retroactive amendment, effective July 1, 2019, to the agreement with Northern Valley Catholic Social Service, Inc., to provide youth specialty mental health services which increases maximum compensation by 200,402 for total of 2,369,598 to provide services to additional clients, and retains the period July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2020. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote
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Approve and authorize the: (1) Chairman to sign a retroactive renewal evergreen agreement with the California Department of Health Care Services for no compensation for Medi-Cal Targeted Case Management Provider Participation Agreement (PPA : 45-19EVRGRN) effective July 1, 2019 until terminated by either party, which replaces the Medi-Cal Targeted Case Management Provider Participation Agreement (PPA : 45-17EVRGRN); and (2) Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Director or any HHSA Branch Director designated by the HHSA Director to sign amendments and other documents, including retroactive, that do not result in a substantial or functional change to the original intent of the agreements and otherwise comply with Administrative Policy 6-101, Shasta County Contracts Manual. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote
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Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a retroactive amendment, effective October 11, 2018, to the agreement with Kanhaiya, LLC dba Holiday Inn (Holiday Inn) to provide subsidized employment of CalWORKs clients which provides a valid agreement signature on behalf of Holiday Inn, and retains the maximum compensation amount of 50,000 and the term October 11, 2018 through August 31, 2019. Page 4 of 580
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No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 12 Housing and Community Action Programs Take the following actions: (1) Repeal Resolution No. 2019-054; and (2) adopt a resolution which: (a) approves and authorizes the Director of Housing and Community Action Programs (Director) to sign and submit an amended application to the California Department of Housing and Community Development in an amount not to exceed 1,000,000 for California Emergency Solutions and Housing Program (Program) funding for the period April 1, 2020 through April 1, 2024; (b) approves and authorizes the Director to sign the Standard Agreement and subsequent amendments, as well as other documents related to the Program; and (c) certifies the County will use all funds for eligible activities and in a manner consistent and in compliance with all applicable state and federal statutes, rules, regulations, laws, and Program rules. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 13 Housing and Community Action Programs Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a retroactive agreement for Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP) funding with Faithworks Community Coalition Inc. in an amount not to exceed 985,155.69 to provide Capital Improvements for the period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote LAW AND JUSTICE C 14 Probation Adopt a resolution which authorizes the Chief Probation Officer to: (1) Sign and submit the Proposition 47 Grant Agreement with the Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) in an amount not to exceed 1,000,000, for a misdemeanor community engagement program, for the period August 15, 2019 through May 15, 2023, including any amendments thereof (including retroactive); (2) sign and process other documents (including retroactive) for the purpose of this grant from Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 until the Proposition 47 Grant Agreement expires; and (3) accept funds for the purpose of this grant from FY 2019-20 until the Proposition 47 Grant Agreement expires. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 15 Sheriff Adopt a resolution which recognizes that the circumstances and factors that led to the July 30, 2018 ratification of a local emergency proclamation due to the wildland fire identified as the Carr Fire have not been resolved and that there is a need for continuation of the local emergency proclamation. General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote
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C 16 Public Works Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an amendment, effective date of signing, to the agreement with American Chiller Service, Inc. for the service, maintenance and repair of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), to increase compensation by 60,000 for a new total not to exceed 105,000, and retain the term July 25, 2017 through July 24, 2018, with two automatic one-year renewals. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 17 Public Works Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a deed restriction for Balls Ferry Park, Assessor Parcel Number 057-520-015-000 (Anderson area). No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 18 Public Works Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an amendment, effective date of signing, to the agreement with Enterprise Heating Air Conditioning, Inc. for cleaning and repairs of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system ductwork, chillers and boilers to increase compensation by 100,000 for a new total not to exceed 150,000, and retain the term May 22, 2019 through May 21, 2020, with one automatic one-year renewal. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 19 Public Works Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric (PG E) in an advance payment amount of 3,383.60 to provide new electric service for the Intersection of Park Drive and Gas Point Road Project. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 20 Public Works Take the following actions regarding the Northern Sacramento Valley Integrated Regional Water Management (NSVIRWM) Board: (1) Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a letter to the NSVIRWM Board to reduce the number of NSVIRWM Board representatives from three to two and retain the alternate; and (2) designate Supervisor Leonard Moty and City of Shasta Lake Council Member Larry Farr as NSVIRWM Board representatives and Centerville Community Services District General Manager Chris Muehlbacher as alternate representative. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 21 Public Works Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an amendment, effective date of signing, to the agreement with Peterson Power Systems, Inc. for the maintenance, repair and short term rental of equipment, to increase compensation by 45,000 for Page 6 of 580
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a new total not to exceed 95,000, and retain the term October 26, 2018 through October 25, 2019, with one automatic one-year renewal. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 22 Public Works Take the following actions regarding road maintenance equipment: (1) Award the purchase of: (a) one compact track loader and attachments to Bobcat of Redding, Redding, CA for a total price of 90,335.04 (including tax and delivery); (b) one trailer to Central California Truck and Trailer, West Sacramento, CA for a total price of 80,112.43 (including tax and delivery); (c) a pickup truck from Crown Motors, Redding, CA for a total price of 65,961.04 (including tax and delivery); and (d) a self-propelled broom from Pap Machinery, Redding, CA for a total price of 70,987.87 (including tax and delivery); (2) approve and authorize the purchase of the compact track loader, trailer, pickup truck and self-propelled broom; and (3) waive the requirement for competitive procurement for the purchase of the trailer, pickup truck, and self-propelled broom. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 23 Public Works Approve a budget amendment increasing appropriations in the amount of 1,079,000 offset by fund balance in the Roads budget for the purchase of capital assets. No General Fund Impact 4/5 Vote C 24 Public Works Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an amendment, effective date of signing, to the agreement with Shasta Control Company, Inc. for the repair, installation, programming and technical support of the Facilities Automated Control System, to increase compensation by 105,000 for a new total not to exceed 150,000, and retain the term October 9, 2017 through October 8, 2018, with two automatic one-year renewals. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote RESOURCE MANAGEMENT C 25 Resource Management Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a retroactive agreement with SHN Consulting Engineers and Geologists, Inc. for a fixed fee of 65,000 to provide planning support services during the development and preparation of the Fountain Wind Project (Project) Environmental Impact Report for the period July 1, 2018 though the certification of the Project or May 31, 2021, whichever is earlier. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote OTHER DEPARTMENTS Page 7 of 580
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C 26 County Service Area No. 1-County Fire Approve a budget amendment increasing appropriations in the amount of 34,376 offset by fund balance in the County Fire budget for the purchase of a utility pickup truck in the County Fire budget. No Additional General Fund Impact 4/5 Vote C 27 County Service Area No. 1-County Fire Award and authorize the purchase of new Self Contained Breathing Apparatus equipment to All Star Fire Equipment, Inc., under the California Department of General Services contract in the amount of 84,612. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote REGULAR CALENDAR, CONTINUED GENERAL GOVERNMENT
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(1) Receive a legislative update and consider action on specific legislation related to Shasta County s legislative platform; (2) approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a letter regarding Carr Fire cleanup; and (3) receive Supervisors reports on countywide issues. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote R 5 County Service Area No. 1-County Fire Take the following actions regarding Defensible Space for Fire Protection: (1) Introduce and waive the reading of an Ordinance of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Shasta Adding Chapter 8.10, Defensible Space for Fire Protection, to the Shasta County Code, and Amending Section 12.12.050 and Section 16.04.130 of the Shasta County Code; and (2) find the proposed ordinance is not subject to and exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the reasons stated in the ordinance. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote
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Take the following actions: (1) Receive a presentation from CGL Companies, LLC on the Shasta County Jail Operations Review report; and (2) consider providing direction to staff. No General Fund Impact No Vote R 7 County Counsel Take the following actions: (1) Receive an update from County Counsel regarding a special tax to support public safety purposes; (2) review the text of a proposed ordinance to adopt a special transactions and use (sales) tax in an amount not to exceed one percent (1 ) to be used for funding public safety purposes in the unincorporated and incorporated areas of the County of Shasta; and (3) consider Page 8 of 580
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providing direction to staff. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote

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Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Shasta County Grand Jury Report 911 What's Your Emergency. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
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Take the following actions regarding a 1,000,000 Loan (Loan) from the County s Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) funds to partially finance The Woodlands II housing project located at 2900 Polk Street, Redding, CA: (1) Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign: (a) two agreements with PC Redding Apartments II Limited Partnership (PCRAII): (i) Regulatory Agreement in an amount of 1,000,000 for a minimum period of 20 years effective August 13, 2019 and until the later of either payment in full of the Loan, or 55 years, commencing on the date the Certificate of Occupancy is issued; and (ii) Services Agreement with no compensation to provide access to the Woodlands II for the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) to provide social and support services to HHSA s clients for a period of 20 years commencing on the date the Certificate of Occupancy is issued or the execution of this agreement, whichever occurs later; (b) Promissory Note in the amount of 1,000,000; and (c) a subordination agreement with Banner Bank and PCRAII; and (2) adopt a resolution, pursuant to Government Code section 27281, which accepts the Deed of Trust with Assignment of Rents, Security Agreement and Fixture Filing in the amount of 1,000,000 from PCRAII. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote SCHEDULED HEARINGS A court challenge to action taken by the Board of Supervisors on any project or decision may be limited to only those issues raised during the public hearing or in written correspondence delivered to the Board of Supervisors during, or prior to, the scheduled public hearing. PUBLIC WORKS R 10 Public Works Take the following actions regarding the issuance of tax-exempt revenue bonds by Waste Management, Inc. or affiliates to finance their refuse collection and disposal facilities in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed 300,000,000 of which an amount not expected to exceed 72,000,000 may be used at the Anderson Landfill: (1) Conduct a public hearing; (2) close the public hearing; and (3) adopt a resolution which approves the issuance of the California Municipal Finance Authority Solid Waste Disposal Revenue Bonds (Waste Management, Inc. Page 9 of 580
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Project). No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote ADJOURN REMINDERS Date: Time: Event: Location: 08/13/2019 8:30 a.m. Air Pollution Control Board Meeting Board Chambers 08/13/2019 9:00 a.m. Board of Supervisors Meeting Board Chambers 08/20/2019 9:00 a.m. Board of Supervisors Meeting Board Chambers 08/27/2019 No Board of Supervisors Meeting Scheduled 09/03/2019 No Board of Supervisors Meeting Scheduled 09/10/2019 8:30 a.m. Air Pollution Control Board Meeting Board Chambers 09/10/2019 9:00 a.m. Board of Supervisors Meeting Board Chambers 09/12/2019 2:00 p.m. Planning Commission Meeting Board Chambers COMMUNICATIONS received by the Board of Supervisors are on file and available for review in the Clerk of the Board's Office. The County of Shasta does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission to, access to, or operation of its buildings, facilities, programs, services, or activities. The County does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its hiring or employment practices. Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may be forwarded to the County's ADA Coordinator: Director of Support Services Angela Davis, County of Shasta, 1450 Court Street, Room 348, Redding, CA 96001-1676, Phone: (530) 225-5515, California Relay Service: (800) 735-2922, Fax: (530) 225-5345, E-mail: adacoordinator@co.shasta.ca.us. Individuals with disabilities who need auxiliary aids and/or services for effective communication in the County's programs and services are invited to make their needs and preferences known to the affected department or the ADA Coordinator. For aids or services needed for effective communication during Board of Supervisors meetings, please call Clerk of the Board (530) 225-5550 two business days before the meeting. This notice is available in accessible alternate formats from the affected department or the ADA Coordinator. Accommodations may include, but are not limited to, interpreters, assistive listening devices, accessible seating, or documentation in an alternate format. The Board of Supervisors meetings are viewable on Shasta County's website at www.co.shasta.ca.us. Public records which relate to any of the matters on this agenda (except Closed Session items), and which have been distributed to the members of the Board, are available for public inspection at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, 1450 Court Street, Suite 308B, Redding, CA 96001-1673.
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This document and other Board of Supervisors documents are available online at www.co.shasta.ca.us.

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REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: August 13, 2019 CATEGORY: BOARD MATTERS-1. SUBJECT: Shasta County Employee Recognition Program Employee of the Month for August 2019.
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DEPARTMENT: Board Matters

Supervisorial District No. : All DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Alene Eddy, Executive Assistant-Conf. 530-225-5120 STAFF REPORT APPROVED BY: Angela Davis, Director of Support Services Vote Required? Simple Majority Vote General Fund Impact? No Additional General Fund Impact RECOMMENDATION Adopt a resolution which recognizes Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency, Employment Services Instructor III, Lynne Wilson as Shasta County's Employee of the Month for August 2019. SUMMARY The Shasta County Employee Recognition Committee meets on a regular basis to screen nominees for the Employee of the Month Program. After reviewing nominations, the Employee Recognition Committee is recommending for Board recognition and approval, the Employee of the Month for August 2019. DISCUSSION Shasta County is fortunate to have many exemplary employees. On a daily basis, their dedication, integrity, creativity, and professionalism are classed upon to maintain the high quality of local public services enjoyed by the citizens of Shasta County. Their jobs are becoming more challenging as public expectations of service and demands for increased efficiency escalate. In this environment, it is important that we recognize those employees who set the standard of excellence and dedication for the entire organization. Their contribution deserves the thanks and appreciation of the entire County family and the citizens of the community.
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In this spirit, the Board is being asked to recognize the Employee of the Month who has been nominated by the Employee Recognition Committee. This nomination is based on a review of all nominations using the selection criteria provided for in the Employee Recognition Policy. It is the recommendation of the Employee Recognition Committee that Lynne Wilson, Employment Services Instructor III, Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency, be recognized as the August 2019 Employee of the Month.

Ms. Wilson's dedication to providing the best customer service is admirable. Recently, a large mailing of over 600 letters had to be processed and mailed by a specific deadline to meet legal requirements. Ms. Wilson developed and streamlined a solution and went above and beyond in communicating available options and solutions. The solutions she provided Page 11 of 580

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empowered the internal county customer to meet the required deadline and fulfill the legal requirements. Additionally, she developed a system that will reduce the chances of equipment errors.
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Ms. Wilson reached out to the County Administrative Office (CAO) and outlined the opportunity to print and bind the budget books in-house. Due to Ms. Wilson's initiative, costs of developing the budget books were reduced, timeline for development was decreased, all while working with the CAO to provide a quality product that fit the needs of the organization. When looking to develop a new project or enhance a project, Ms. Wilson researches many efficient options. She will also go over alternate options for products and supplies that can cut down on costs while maintaining quality.

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Ms. Wilson is a role model for other public employees by continuously striving for improvement and displaying a positive and friendly attitude to county employees and all the various clients she encounters. From her proactive approach to her solution- based thinking, Ms. Wilson takes pride in her work while showing compassion and patience.

ALTERNATIVES

No other alternatives are recommended.

OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT The Employee Recognition Program was developed and operates with significant input from, and involvement by, County departments and employee bargaining units. The Employee of the Month nomination is submitted by the Employee Recognition Committee made up of Angela Davis, Director of Support Services; Captain Pat Kropholler; Ayla Tucker, Administrative Analyst I; Phillip Crawford, Social Worker Supervisor I; Michael Conti, Health and Human Services Program Manager; and Ken Koenen, Deputy Sheriff. FINANCING The cost of the Employee Recognition Program is nominal. There is no additional General Fund impact.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Description Resolution EOM August 2019 8/8/2019 Resolution EOM August2019

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RESOLUTION NO. XXXX-XX

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RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

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OF THE COUNTY OF SHASTA

RECOGNIZING LYNNE WILSON, EMPLOYMENT SERVICES INSTRUCTOR III OF THE SHASTA COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICE AGENCY, AS AUGUST 2019 EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors of the County of Shasta has adopted the Shasta County Employee Recognition Program to identify exceptional employees who deserve to be recognized and honored for their contribution to County service; and WHEREAS, such recognition is given to the employee meeting the criteria of the program,

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namely exceptional customer service, professionalism, high ethical standards, initiative,

innovation, teamwork, productivity, and service as a role model for other public employees; and

WHEREAS, the Shasta County Employee Recognition Committee has considered all

current nominations for the Shasta County Employee of the Month. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Ms. Wilson s dedication to providing the best customer service is admirable. Recently, a large mailing of over 600 letters had to be processed and mailed by a specific deadline to meet legal requirements. Ms. Wilson developed and streamlined a solution and went above and beyond in communicating available options and
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solutions. The solutions she provided empowered the internal county customer to meet the required

deadline and fulfill the legal requirements. Additionally, she developed a system that will reduce the chances of equipment errors.
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Ms. Wilson reached out to the County

Administrative Office (CAO) and outlined the opportunity to print and bind the budget books in-

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house. Due to Ms. Wilson s initiative, costs of developing the budget books were reduced, timeline for development was decreased, and all while working with the CAO to provide a quality product

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that fit the needs of the organization. When looking to develop a new project or enhance a project,

Ms. Wilson researches many efficient options. She will also go over alternate options for products

and supplies that can cut down on costs while maintaining quality.

Ms. Wilson is a role model for other public employees by continuously striving for

improvement and displaying a positive and friendly attitude to county employees and all the various clients she encounters. From her proactive approach to her solution-based thinking, Ms. Wilson takes pride in her work while showing compassion and patience. Page 13 of 580

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Resolution No. DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED this 13th day of August, 2019, by the Board of

Supervisors of the County of Shasta by the following vote:

AYES: NOES: ABSENT: ABSTAIN: RECUSE: LEONARD MOTY, CHAIRMAN Board of Supervisors

County of Shasta

State of California ATTEST:

LAWRENCE G. LEES

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Clerk of the Board of Supervisors

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REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: August 13, 2019 CATEGORY: Consent - General Government-1. SUBJECT: Approve the Capital Facilities Improvement Plan for Fiscal Year 2019-20.

DEPARTMENT: Administrative Office

Supervisorial District No. : All DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Terri Howat, County Chief Financial Officer, (530) 225-5561 STAFF REPORT APPROVED BY: Terri Howat, County Chief Financial Officer, (530) 225-5561 Vote Required? Simple Majority Vote General Fund Impact? General Fund Impact RECOMMENDATION Approve the Capital Facilities Improvement Plan for Fiscal Year 2019-20. SUMMARY
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DISCUSSION Every Fiscal Year the County Administrative Office presents to the Board of Supervisors an update on the Capital Facilities Improvement Plan (Plan). This Plan is a coordinated effort with the Director of Public Works, the Auditor-Controller and the County Administrative Office. The Plan also is a tool used to demonstrate eligibility for future debt issuance if the County of Shasta was ever in need of bonds. Lending institutions require an entity to have a documented Plan in place for maintaining facilities. Having the Plan in place also assists the County in maintaining our credit rating. ALTERNATIVES The Board could decide not to approve the plan. However, this is not recommended because lending institutions might down grade our credit rating. OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT This recommendation has been reviewed by the Public Works Department, Auditor-Controller's Office, and the County Administrative Office. Page 15 of 580
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FINANCING

Depending on the project, there is a General Fund impact. ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Description

FY2019-20 Capital Facilities Improvement Plan 7/31/2019 FY2019-20 Capital Facilities Improvement Plan

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____________________________________________________________________________________ COUNTY OF SHASTA BUDGET OVERVIEW, RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019-20 Page i SHASTA COUNTY 5 YEAR CAPITAL FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT PLAN Fiscal Years 2019-20 through 2023-24 Submitted: August 13, 2019 By Lawrence G. Lees County Executive Officer Brian Muir Auditor-Controller Patrick Minturn Public Works Director Prepared By Terri Howat County Chief Financial Officer Page 17 of 580
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____________________________________________________________________________________ COUNTY OF SHASTA BUDGET OVERVIEW, RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019-20 Page ii
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Date August 13, 2019

Honorable Board of Supervisors:

The Capital Facilities Improvement Plan (CIP) for FY 2019/20 through FY 2023/24 provides an opportunity to identify and plan the County needs for renewal and major maintenance of facilities over the next five years. The CIP provides information and guidance for estimating

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facility improvement costs; setting priorities; planning; scheduling, and implementing projects;

monitoring and evaluating the progress of capital projects; and informing the public of projected
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capital improvements and funding requirements.

The CIP is intended to be a flexible document that can be adjusted as new information and changed conditions occur over time. The projects presented in the CIP will ensure our ability to provide excellence in public service while meeting the needs of our community through collaborative services. Page 18 of 580

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____________________________________________________________________________________ COUNTY OF SHASTA BUDGET OVERVIEW, RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019-20 PROJECT INDEX Date August 13, 2019 Project Description Area Estimated Cost General Fund Grant/Other Funding Debt Financing 2019 2020 2020 2021 2021 2022 2022 2023 2023 2024 Detention Facilities Remodel Shasta County Jail to add mental health pod Shasta County Jail Upgrade Security System Annex Remodel Jail ADA Upgrades Justice Centers 1 2 County Offices Repurpose Main Courthouse Old Juvenile Hall Bldg. All Dept. Miscellaneous Projects
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, budget, disability, security, annexation, mental health, jail, and detention

Energy Retrofit (Tax Exempt Bonds)

No additional detail provided

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Fire Protection Facilities Siting/construc tion of a South- County Station

Community Centers Page 19 of 580

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____________________________________________________________________________________ COUNTY OF SHASTA BUDGET OVERVIEW, RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019-20 Project Description Area Estimated Cost General Fund Grant/Other Funding Debt Financing 2019 2020 2020 2021 2021 2022 2022 2023 2023 2024 Veterans Hall Redding Anderson FRM 500,000 500,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 Libraries Burney 400,000 400,000 400,000
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Public Ways and Facilities Transfer Station Recycle Bldg.

West Central Landfill Septage Ponds Expansion Anderson 500,000 500,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 Buckeye Landfill Americans with Disabilities Act Improvements (ADA) Identified ADA Improvements Various Countywide 1,000,000 1,000,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 Page 20 of 580

Tagged Passions:expansion, disability, landfill, and solid waste

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REGULAR MEETING - August 13, 2019

REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: August 13, 2019 CATEGORY: Consent - General Government-2. SUBJECT: Claims List

DEPARTMENT: Auditor-Controller

Supervisorial District No. : ALL

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DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Brian Muir, Auditor-Controller, (530) 225-5541

STAFF REPORT APPROVED BY: Brian Muir, Auditor-Controller Vote Required? Simple Majority Vote General Fund Impact? No Additional General Fund Impact RECOMMENDATION Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the County claims list in the amount of 112.41 as submitted. SUMMARY DISCUSSION ALTERNATIVES OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT FINANCING

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Description 081319 BOS CLAIM LIST 8/1/2019 081319 BOS CLAIMLIST

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COUNTY OF SHASTA OFFICE OF AUDITOR.CONTROLLER

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REPORT OF CLAIMS REOUIRING BOARD ACTION IN ORDER TO AUTHORIZE PAYMENT BY AUDITOR.CONTROLLER

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08/'13/2019 FUND/DEPT/ACCT DEPARTMENT PAYEE OESCRIPTION Amount REASON DEPARTMENT'S EXPLANATION

HHSA TOTAL RELIAS LLC 6/1 9 SOFTWARE SUBSCRIPTION s 1',12.41 112.41 Per Shasta County Contracts Manual 6- '101 Section'1.3.3. and Gov Code section 29741, the Auditor-Conlroller may only pay claims for services that have been authorized by contract. Contract with vendor does not cover all services provided. SEE ATTACHED MEMO FROM DEPARTMENT
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Audito/s Certifi cation: I certify that the foregoing is a true list of claims properly and regularly coming before the Shasta County Board of Supervisors, and that the computalions are correct.

Approval of Claims: These claims were allowed and the Claims List was approved as correct, by vote of the Board of Supervisors on this date.

Date Chairman Board of Supervisors County of Shasta State of California oateDS/t)t l'a l, i ron ru,.. 2/A^- 2>4 4040't /033528 Page 22 of 580

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tI .r\6 I Shqsto County Fleolth l-lumon Services Agency
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Business ond Support Services Bronch'

Inter-Office Memorandum Brian Muir, Auditor-Controller Tracy Tedder, Director, HHSA Business Support Service luly 23,2079 Board Claim for Relias To: From: Date: Re:
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The Health and Human Services Agency -

Adult Services Branch has a contract with Relias for subscription services. The department had a previous agreement that expired, and a new agreement was executed. The current agreement is funded from July 1,2019 through lune 30, 2024. Invoice SI-133601 for 112.41 is forJune 2019 subscription services and is outside the funding for the current agreement and the previous agreement. Board Approval is required to pay for this invoice. Engaging individuals, families and communities to protect and improve health and wellbeing.,, Tracy Tedder, Branch Director www,shastahhsa,net zz ao. Page 23 of 580

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RELIAS 1010 Sync Street, Suite 1OO Morrisville, NC 27560 (919)6ss-7934 ar@relias.com \iu,,Q-' t55bt'ou INVOICE
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BILI. TO: CUSTOMER lD: 1794831 SHASTA COUNTY HEALTH AND HUIVAN SERVICE AGENCY

2650 BRESLAUER WAY REDDING, CA 96001 Shosto County Heolth ond Humon SeNice Agency tnvoice lor 6/29/19-6/30/19 REMIT TO: REl.rAs U-C PO 80X 74008620 cHlcAGo, rr 60674-8520 06/05/2019 s 13 J 601 NET 15 06/20/2A1.9 Subscription Services 5112.41 5112.41 So oo 91r 2.41 9o.oo usu s 1t 2.41 loqor -ossszg - (t \( Qrcrc -o33t2q - Atu-ZZ bl 5,*\rxe 50 :sc'l' L\'o'r 'r:iffi'
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Please in(lude (ustomer name (Shasta County Health and Human Service Agency) and invoice XSI-133501 on all payments ACH payment instru.tiont no fee)i Bank of Ameic;r, 115 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

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ACH Routing I 0710OO019, WlRt Routrng , 026009593, SWIFT d 8OFAU53N, Accounr s 818819661 1, Rel.s LtC Credit card payments (3 sur(har8e applies): Ple.rse cirll (9r9)655 7934for processrnll

THANK YOU TOR YOUR BUSINESS
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PIease e-mail ir@relias.com with questions or requests for a-dditional information.

INVOICE DATE INVOICE NUMBER PAYMENI TERMS DAIE DUE PO NUMBER PAYMENTS CREDITS BALANCE DUE DESCBIPTION AMOUNT SUBTOTAL SALES TAX TOTAT Page 24 of 580

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REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: August 13, 2019 CATEGORY: Consent - General Government-3. SUBJECT: Draft Minutes DEPARTMENT: Clerk of the Board Supervisorial District No. : ALL

DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Kristin Gulling-Smith, Deputy Clerk of the Board, 225-5550

STAFF REPORT APPROVED BY: Mary Williams, Chief Deputy Clerk of the Board Vote Required? Simple Majority Vote General Fund Impact?

No General Fund Impact

RECOMMENDATION Approve the minutes of the meeting held on July 23, 2019, as submitted. SUMMARY

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ALTERNATIVES

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OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT

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FINANCING There is no General Fund impact associated with this action. ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Description 7/23/19 Minutes 8/6/2019 7/23/19 Minutes Page 25 of 580

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SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Tuesday, July 23, 2019 REGULAR MEETING

9:00 a.m.: Chairman Moty called the Regular Session of the Board of Supervisors to order on

the above date with the following present:

District No. 1 - Supervisor Chimenti District No. 2 - Supervisor Moty District No. 3 - Supervisor Rickert District No. 4 - Supervisor Morgan District No. 5 - Supervisor Baugh

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County Executive Officer - Larry Lees County Counsel - Rubin E. Cruse, Jr. Chief Deputy Clerk of the Board - Mary Williams Administrative Board Clerk - John Sitka

A moment of silence was held in memory of the lives lost during the Carr Fire.

INVOCATION

Invocation was given by Pastor Bob Swartz, St. James Lutheran Church of Redding.

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was led by Supervisor Moty.

REGULAR CALENDAR BOARD MATTERS

PROCLAMATION: CHILD SUPPORT AWARENESS MONTH AUGUST 2019

At the recommendation of Director of Child Support Services Terri Morelock, and by motion made, seconded (Rickert/Morgan), and unanimously carried, the Board of Supervisors adopted a proclamation which designates August 2019 as Child Support Awareness Month in Shasta County.
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Ms. Morelock presented a report on Child Support Services, expanding upon the

No additional detail provided

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department s reach throughout Shasta County and across the country.

No additional detail provided

In response to questions from Supervisor Moty, Ms. Morelock explained that the Shasta

County Department of Child Support Services is a regional call center. This is largely due to cost- efficiency. County Executive Officer (CEO) Lees added that many Shasta County departments are regional hubs to bring decision-making and expertise to Shasta County. Page 26 of 580

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PROCLAMATION: PROBATION SUPERVISION WEEK JULY 21-27, 2019 At the recommendation of Chief Probation Officer Tracie Neal, and by motion made, seconded (Morgan/Rickert), and unanimously carried, the Board of Supervisors adopted a proclamation which designates July 21-27, 2019, as Probation Supervision Week in Shasta County. Ms. Neal acknowledged the hard work of her staff to promote public safety and serve the community. Deputy Probation Officer James Schuette, Deputy Probation Officer Jennifer Abernathy, and Deputy Probation Officer Crystal Kenyon spoke about the positive impacts they have had on the community through their careers with the Probation department.

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PRESENTATION: 2018 SHASTA COUNTY CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORT AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER/SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures Rick Gurrola presented the 2018 Shasta County Crop and Livestock Report.
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In response to questions from Supervisor Morgan, Mr. Gurrola explained that the

Agricultural Commissioner seal on gas pumps verifies that the pumps are tested and meet guidelines. He also described security concerns with card readers at gas pumps.

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In response to further questions from Supervisor Morgan, Mr. Gurrola stated that 31 out of

California s 58 counties currently allow for growth of industrial hemp. He described the regulations which are in process at the state level.

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In response to questions from Supervisor Rickert, Mr. Gurrola addressed hemp plant growth in nurseries.

No additional detail provided

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In response to questions from Supervisor Moty, Mr. Gurrola stated that his department is unaware how oriental fruit flies recently came into Shasta County, but it could have been due to produce being transported into the County.

No additional detail provided

PRESENTATION: SHASTA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Shasta County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) President Tony Giovaniello presented an update on EDC activity, including the Venture Conference and the launch of the direct flight from Redding to Los Angeles.
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PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD - OPEN TIME

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Beth Messick requested a moratorium on windmill projects in Shasta County.

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Edmond Baier spoke about the effects that the proposed Fountain Wind project would have on traffic on Highway 299.

Kim Moore spoke regarding issues with the Woodlands housing program. Dolores Lucero spoke regarding corruption within local government. William Gilbert spoke regarding issues with County staff and the Superior Court. Nick Gardner spoke regarding jail capacity and requested information on a jail bed study previously referenced by Supervisor Moty. Monique Welin spoke regarding a 1 sales tax and rehabilitation facilities in the County. Page 27 of 580

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Jimmy Gettings spoke regarding the right of his small animal sales group to conduct business on private land and requested that the Sheriff s Office not prohibit this activity.

CONSENT CALENDAR By motion made, seconded (Baugh/Morgan), and unanimously carried, the Board of Supervisors took the following actions, which were listed on the Consent Calendar: Approved and authorized the Chairman to sign the County claims list in the amount of 19,067.99 as submitted. (Auditor-Controller) Approved the minutes of the meeting held on July 16, 2019, as submitted. (Clerk of the Board) Appointed Rick Danielson to the Halcumb Public Cemetery District Board of Trustees to fill the remainder of a four-year term to expire January 2, 2021. (Clerk of the Board) Adopted Salary Resolution No. 1563, effective August 4, 2019, which amends the Shasta County Position Allocation List to reclassify a position within the Health and Human Services Agency-Office of the Director from 1.0 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Public Health Program and Policy Analyst to 1.0 FTE Community Development Coordinator in the Social Services budget. (Support Services-Personnel/HHSA-Office of the Director)

Tagged Passions:health, business, budget, sale, appointments, social services, development, personnel, public safety, services, program, Development, audit, policy, and community development

(See Salary Resolution Book)

Adopted Salary Resolution No. 1564, effective August 4, 2019, which amends the Shasta County Position Allocation List to delete 1.0 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) vacant Typist Clerk III and add 1.0 FTE Office Assistant III in the Health and Human Services Agency-Opportunity Center budget. (Support Services-Personnel/HHSA-Business and Support Services)

Tagged Passions:health, business, budget, personnel, and services

(See Salary Resolution Book)

Approved and authorized the Chairman to sign an agreement with Redding Record Searchlight, with no maximum compensation, to provide advertising to various County Departments for the period August 1, 2019, through July 31, 2020. (Support Services-Purchasing) Approved and authorized the Chairman to sign a retroactive renewal agreement with Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health in an annual amount not to exceed 100,000 for psychiatric inpatient services for the period July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2022. (Health and Human Services Agency-Adult Services) Approved and authorized: (1) The Chairman to sign a revenue agreement, related to Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-19 Intergovernmental Transfer (IGT) revenue, with the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) pursuant to sections 14164 and 14301.4 of the Welfare and Institutions Code (WIC) for the transfer in an amount not to exceed 4,130,966, to be used as local matching funds to enable Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC) to obtain Medi-Cal managed care rate increases for the period July 1, 2018 through December 31, 2021, and the transfer in an estimated amount not to exceed 826,193 for a 20 percent assessment fee to reimburse DHCS for administrative costs associated with the operation of the IGT program; and (2) the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Director, or his/her designated Branch Director, to sign: (a) an amendment, effective July 1, 2019, to the agreement with PHC allowing PHC to retain 10 percent administrative fee for the IGT and for payment of Medi-Cal managed care rate increases by PHC payable to the Shasta County HHSA to support the local safety net through improved behavioral health services, care coordination, oral health services, and/or access to specialty care for Medi- Cal beneficiaries and other underserved populations, for the period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024; and (b) amendments and other documents, including retroactive, with DHCS and PHC to facilitate the transfer of the FY 2018-19 IGT revenue so long as they do not result in substantial or functional change to the original intent of the agreement(s) and otherwise comply with Administrative Policy 6-101, Shasta County Contracts Manual. (Health and Human Services Agency-Business and Support Services) Page 28 of 580

Tagged Passions:compensation, funding, health, business, contract, advertising, services, program, purchasing, policy, and intergovernmental

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226 July 23, 2019

Approved a budget amendment increasing appropriations by 1,500, offset with fund balance, for additional Services and Supplies expenses related to program support in the Housing Rehabilitation budget. (Housing and Community Action Programs) Took the following actions: (1) Approved County support for noncompetitive allocation of funds from the California Department of Housing and Community Development, No Place Like Home (NPLH) Program, in the amount of 889,538 for the development of permanent supportive housing for adults with a serious mental illness who are homeless, chronically homeless, or at risk of chronic homelessness; (2) adopted a resolution which authorizes Laura Burch, the Director of the Housing and Community Action Agency or his/her designee, or Donnell Ewert, the Health and Human Services Agency Director or his/her designee, to act on behalf of County in connection with the NPLH noncompetitive allocation award, and to enter into, execute, and deliver a State of California Standard Agreement, sign the NPLH Acceptance Form, and any and all other documents required or deemed necessary or appropriate as security for, evidence of, or pertaining to the NPLH Program funds, and all amendments thereto, and that otherwise comply with Administrative Policy 6-101, Shasta County Contracts Manual. (Human and Human Services Agency-Office of the Director)

Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, security, development, contract, risk, services, program, Development, policy, poverty, mental health, homeless, community development, and housing

(See Resolution Book No. 62)

Adopted a resolution which ratifies a proclamation declaring a local emergency in the Igo-Ono Community Services District (in the unincorporated area of Shasta County) due to storm damage which occurred during May 2019. (Sheriff)

Tagged Passions:recognition, public safety, services, and emergency

(See Resolution Book No. 62)

Adopted a resolution which recognizes that the circumstances and factors that led to the February 12, 2019 ratification of a local emergency proclamation for February 2019 Winter Storms have not been resolved and that there is a need for continuation of the local emergency proclamation. (Sheriff)

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(See Resolution Book No. 62)

Approved and authorized the Chairman to sign a retroactive Memorandum of Agreement with the County of Butte for the purpose of providing law enforcement mutual aid including personnel, equipment, and/or materials from November 9, 2018, through November 26, 2018, in connection with the Camp Fire. (Sheriff) Approved and authorized the Chairman to sign an amendment, effective date of signing, to the agreement with California Safety Company, Inc. for the repair, modification, and installation of alarm systems, to increase compensation by 30,000, for a new total not to exceed 75,000, and retain the term October 3, 2017, through October 2, 2018, with two automatic one-year renewals. (Public Works) Approved and authorized the Chairman to sign an agreement with GHD Inc. in an amount not to exceed 200,000 to provide traffic analysis and forecasting services for Deschutes Road from its intersection with the eastbound State Highway 44 off-ramp to its intersection with Cedro Lane and design services and construction support for new intersection controls at the intersection of Deschutes Road and Cedro Lane for a one-year term, effective date of signing, with one automatic one-year renewal. (Public Works) Approved and authorized the Chairman to sign an amendment, effective date of signing, to the agreement with World Telecom Surveillance, Inc. for the purchase and installation of access control systems, field devices, and other associated services and materials, to increase compensation by 30,000, for a new total not to exceed 75,000, and retain the term July 20, 2018 through July 19, 2019, with one automatic one-year renewal. (Public Works) REGULAR CALENDAR, CONTINUED GENERAL GOVERNMENT Page 29 of 580

Tagged Passions:compensation, construction, equipment, streets, personnel, public safety, Telecommunications, materials, services, purchasing, telecommunications, Public Works, public works, access control, mutual aid, surveillance, and traffic

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REGULAR MEETING - August 13, 2019

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE/BOARD OF SUPERVISORS LEGISLATIVE UPDATE/SUPERVISORS REPORTS County Executive Officer (CEO) Larry Lees had no legislative update.

Supervisor Chimenti requested that the Board of Supervisors host an evening meeting in the future to allow the public the opportunity to weigh in on the topic of a proposed transactions and use tax.

No additional detail provided

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Supervisors reported on issues of countywide interest.

SHERIFF: UPDATE ON JAIL PROGRAMS

Undersheriff Eric Magrini presented an update regarding jail programs including Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT), Jail Based Competency Treatment (JBCT), and a 10-bed Pilot Project. Undersheriff Magrini discussed the benefits of JBCT. He stated that the County s current target date to launch a JBCT program within the Jail is October 2019. He stated that significant cost savings may be realized by the County with the implementation of a JBCT program.
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In response to questions from Supervisor Moty, Undersheriff Magrini confirmed that the plan is to designate six existing beds for JBCT, but the idea is to shorten the length of stay. He explained that this program is specific to felons and they remain in Shasta County during the program.

Undersheriff Magrini discussed MAT and explained that the program is a combination of behavioral interventions and medications intended to reduce recidivism, lessening the burden of repeat offenders. This is done by screening arrestees for substance abuse and clinical assessment, and collaborating with other agencies to provide wraparound services. He estimated a 12-bed pilot project would start in October 2019.

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In response to questions from various Supervisors, Undersheriff Magrini discussed why low numbers have been accessing treatment at Empire Recovery s Sobering Center. Health and Human Services Agency Director Donnell Ewert discussed some setbacks with the City of Redding and ambulance providers, and he advised that both MAT and the Sobering Center could operate simultaneously.

No additional detail provided

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In response to questions from Supervisor Moty, Undersheriff Magrini confirmed that participation in MAT is voluntary.

No additional detail provided

In response to questions from Supervisor Moty, Mr. Ewert described three options for MAT and the licensure associated with each.

No additional detail provided

Undersheriff Magrini presented on additional jail bed programs and requested that the Board focus on fine-tuning MAT and JBCT at this time.

SCHEDULED HEARINGS PUBLIC WORKS ANNUAL PARCEL CHARGE REPORTS COUNTY SERVICE AREAS
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This was the time set to conduct public hearings to consider Annual Parcel Charge Reports for the various County Service Areas. Public Works Deputy Director Ken Cristobal presented the

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staff report and recommended approval. The Notice of Public Hearing and the Notice of Publication are on file with the Clerk of the Board.

The public hearing was opened; no one spoke for or against the matter, and the public hearing was closed. By motion made, seconded (Baugh/Rickert), and unanimously carried, the Board of Supervisors took the following actions on behalf of County Service Areas (CSAs): (1) Conducted a public hearing; (2) closed the public hearing; and (3) and adopted Resolution No. 2019-067 which: (a) confirms the Annual Parcel Charge Reports for the various County Service Areas in the same amount as currently charged; and (b) directs that the parcel charges be placed on the property tax bills for Fiscal Year 2019-20.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, hearing, and property tax

(See Resolution Book No. 63)

No additional detail provided

REPORTS OF DELINQUENT FEES COUNTY SERVICE AREAS

This was the time set to conduct public hearings to consider the Reports of Delinquent Fees for County Service Areas and placement of liens on an upcoming tax bill. Mr. Cristobal presented the staff report and recommended approval. The Notice of Public Hearing and the Notice of Publication are on file with the Clerk of the Board.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and hearing

In response to questions from Supervisor Moty, Mr. Cristobal explained that it is difficult for the County to collect delinquent fees from the bank if the property has been foreclosed and ownership changes hands.

No additional detail provided

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In response to questions from Supervisor Chimenti, Mr. Cristobal clarified that if a lien is placed on the property prior to foreclosure, the lien follows the property. He also mentioned that if a lien is not placed prior to foreclosure, there is no way to collect.

No additional detail provided

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Supervisors requested that staff look into the possibility of bringing such liens to the Board more frequently than once per year in order to catch more of the delinquent fees.

The public hearing was opened; no one spoke for or against the matter, and the public hearing was closed. By motion made, seconded (Baugh/Rickert), and unanimously carried, the Board of Supervisors took the following actions on behalf of County Service Areas (CSAs): (1) Conducted a public hearing; (2) closed the public hearing; (3) adopted Resolution No. 2019-068 which: (a) confirms the Reports of Delinquent Fees for County Service Areas; and (b) directs that the annual liens be placed on the tax bills for Fiscal Year 2019-20; and (4) approved a discharge of accountability for collection of unpaid water and sewer service accounts that have been deemed uncollectible.

Tagged Passions:sewer, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, water, hearing, and accountability

(See Resolution Book No. 63)

ANNUAL PARCEL CHARGE REPORTS PERMANENT ROAD DIVISIONS

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This was the time set to conduct public hearings to consider Annual Parcel Charge Reports for the various Permanent Road Divisions. Mr. Cristobal presented the staff report and recommended approval. The Notice of Public Hearing and the Notice of Publication are on file with the Clerk of the Board.

The public hearing was opened; no one spoke for or against the matter, and the public hearing was closed. By motion made, seconded (Morgan/Rickert), and unanimously carried, the Board of Supervisors took the following actions on behalf of County Service Areas (CSAs): (1) Conducted a public hearing; (2) closed the public hearing; and (3) adopted Resolution No. 2019-069 which: (a) confirms the Annual Parcel Charge Reports for the various PRDs in the same amount as Page 31 of 580
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currently charged, except where noted; and (b) directs that the parcel charges be placed on the property tax bills for Fiscal Year 2019-20.
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, and property tax

(See Resolution Book No. 63)

No additional detail provided

CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENT

Chairman Moty announced that the Board of Supervisors would recess to a Closed Session to take the following actions:

1. Confer with its Labor Negotiators, County Executive Officer Larry Lees, Personnel Director Angela Davis, and Chief Labor Negotiator Gage Dungy of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore, to discuss the Professional Peace Officers Association, pursuant to Government Code section 54957.6;

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2.
Confer regarding Public Employment (County Executive Officer), pursuant to Government Code section 54957.

No additional detail provided

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11:33 a.m.: The Board of Supervisors recessed to Closed Session.

12:25 p.m.: The Board of Supervisors returned from Closed Session and reconvened in Open

Session with all Supervisors, County Executive Officer/Clerk of the Board Larry Lees, and County Counsel Rubin E. Cruse, Jr. present.

REPORT OF CLOSED SESSION ACTIONS

County Counsel Rubin E. Cruse, Jr. reported that the Board of Supervisors met in Closed Session to discuss labor negotiations and public employment; however, no reportable action was taken.
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12:26 p.m.: The Board of Supervisors adjourned.

Chairman ATTEST:

LAWRENCE G. LEES Clerk of the Board of Supervisors

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REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: August 13, 2019 CATEGORY: Consent - General Government-4. SUBJECT:

Assessment Appeals Board Appointment

DEPARTMENT: Clerk of the Board Supervisorial District No. : All DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Mary Williams, Chief Deputy Clerk of the Board, (530) 225-5550 STAFF REPORT APPROVED BY: Mary Williams, Chief Deputy Clerk of the Board Vote Required? Simple Majority Vote General Fund Impact?
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No General Fund Impact

RECOMMENDATION Appoint Robert Shaw to the Alternate position on the Assessment Appeals Board for the remainder of an unexpired term ending September 7, 2020. SUMMARY
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DISCUSSION The Assessment Appeals Board was established by Shasta County Code section 2.52, Assessment Appeals Board (AAB). The AAB consists of three members and one alternate appointed directly by the Board of Supervisors. In order to serve in this capacity, members must have a minimum of five years' professional experience in the state of California as either a certified public accountant or public accountant, a licensed real estate broker, an attorney, or a property appraiser accredited by a nationally recognized professional organization, or possess competent knowledge and experience in property appraisal and taxation. Terms of office shall be for three years to the first Monday in September.
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The alternate position on the AAB is currently vacant. A Notice of Vacancy has been posted and is on file with the Clerk of the Board. Robert Shaw expressed interest in filling this position. Mr. Shaw is licensed as a Real Estate Appraiser with over 50 years of experience. He is also currently licensed as a Real Estate Broker.

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Pursuant to Shasta County Code section 2.52, vacancies on the AAB are filled for the remainder of the unexpired term. Therefore it is recommended that Mr. Shaw be appointed through September 2020. At that time, Mr. Shaw may be reappointed for a full three-year term.

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The Board may choose not to make the appointment, may direct staff to post a new Notice of Vacancy, or may defer consideration to a future date. OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT None. FINANCING Costs associated with the AAB member's per diem are included in the Miscellaneous General Adopted Budget. There is no additional General Fund impact associated with approval of the recommendation.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Description Shaw Letter and Resume 7/17/2019 Shaw Letter and Resume

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REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: August 13, 2019 CATEGORY: Consent - General Government-5. SUBJECT:

Salary resolution which amends the Shasta County Position Allocation List.

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DEPARTMENT: Support Services-Personnel

Supervisorial District No. : All DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Angela Davis, Director of Support Services, 530-225-5515 STAFF REPORT APPROVED BY: Angela Davis, Director of Support Services Vote Required? Simple Majority Vote General Fund Impact? No Additional General Fund Impact RECOMMENDATION Adopt a salary resolution, effective August 18, 2019, which amends the Shasta County Position Allocation List to delete 1.0 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Sheriff s Program Manager and add 1.0 FTE Agency Staff Services Analyst I/II in the Sheriff budget. SUMMARY
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DISCUSSION The proposed recommendation is a modification to the Shasta County Position Allocation List. The Sheriff s Office has reviewed their business operations and determined these changes better align with their business needs. ALTERNATIVES The Board may choose not to approve this recommendation. OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT
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Support Services-Personnel has prepared the salary resolution and reviewed this recommendation in conjunction with the Sheriff s Office. The County Administrative Office has reviewed this recommendation.

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There is no additional general fund impact from the recommended actions.

cc: Larry Lees, County Executive Officer Eric Magrini, Undersheriff Elaine Grossman, Senior Administrative Analyst Shelley Forbes, Assist Director of Support Services Pam English, Personnel Analyst III Kari Kibler, Personnel Analyst II Linda Mekelburg, Agency Staff Services Analyst II Conf Melissa Mansfield, Agency Staff Services Analyst II Conf

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SALARY RESOLUTION NO._____

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RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

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OF THE COUNTY OF SHASTA AMENDING THE

SHASTA COUNTY POSITION ALLOCATION LIST BE IT RESOLVED that effective August 18, 2019, following amendments are made to the Shasta County Position Allocation List for positions in County service: DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED this 13th day of August, 2019, by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Shasta by the following vote: AYES: X NOES: X ABSENT: X ABSTAIN: X RECUSE: X LEONARD MOTY, CHAIRMAN Board of Supervisors

County of Shasta

State of California ATTEST:

LAWRENCE G. LEES

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Clerk of the Board of Supervisors

By: Deputy Footnotes Classification Title Class. Unclass

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Positions FTE Unique Position Number Schedule Range Approx. Monthly A Step Approx. Monthly F Step

SHERIFF Cost Center 235

DELETE 39,44,51 Sheriff s Program Manager C 1 1.0 1932 MMBU 471 4176 5331 ADD Agency Staff Servs Analyst I or C UPEC 425 3208 4095

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REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: August 13, 2019 CATEGORY: Consent - General Government-6. SUBJECT:

Salary Resolution which amends the Shasta County Position Allocation List.

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DEPARTMENT: Support Services-Personnel

Supervisorial District No. : All DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Angela Davis, Director of Support Services, 530-225-5515 STAFF REPORT APPROVED BY: Angela Davis, Director of Support Services Vote Required? Simple Majority Vote General Fund Impact? No Additional General Fund Impact RECOMMENDATION Adopt a salary resolution, effective August 18, 2019, which amends the Shasta County Position Allocation List to remove the sunset date of September 30, 2019 from 1.0 Full-Time Equivalent Community Education Specialist I/II in the Public Health budget. SUMMARY
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DISCUSSION The proposed recommendation is a modification to the Shasta County Position Allocation List. The Health and Human Services Agency has determined that the sunset date for the position of Community Education Specialist I/II in cost center 411 is no longer necessary as the department has identified funding to sustain this position. Thus, the recommendation is to remove the sunset date from this position. ALTERNATIVES The Board may choose not to approve this recommendation. OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT
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Support Services-Personnel has prepared the Salary Resolution and reviewed this recommendation in conjunction with the Health and Human Services Agency. This recommendation has been reviewed by the County Administrative Office.

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FINANCING Any costs associated with this change will be absorbed by the department s budget.
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cc: Larry Lees, County Executive Officer Terri Howat, County Chief Financial Officer Donnell Ewert, HHSA Director Tracy Tedder, HHSA Branch Director Julie Hope, Principal Administrative Analyst Shelley Forbes, Assist Director of Support Services Pam English, Personnel Analyst III Kari Hallstrom, Personnel Analyst II Linda Mekelburg, Agency Staff Services Analyst II Conf Melissa Mansfield, Agency Staff Services Analyst II Conf

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SALARY RESOLUTION NO._____

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RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

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OF THE COUNTY OF SHASTA

AMENDING THE SHASTA COUNTY POSITION ALLOCATION LIST BE IT RESOLVED that effective August 18, 2019, the following amendments are made to the Shasta County Position Allocation List for positions in County service: DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED this 13th day of August, 2019, by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Shasta by the following vote: AYES: X NOES: X ABSENT: X ABSTAIN: X RECUSE: X LEONARD MOTY, CHAIRMAN Board of Supervisors

County of Shasta

State of California ATTEST:

LAWRENCE G. LEES

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Clerk of the Board of Supervisors

By: Deputy Footnotes Classification Title Class. Unclass

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Positions FTE Unique Position Number Schedule Range Approx. Monthly A Step Approx. Monthly F Step PUBLIC HEALTH Cost Center 411 FROM
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Community Education Special I or C UPEC 472 4035 5151

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41,60 Community Education Special II C UPEC 488 4363 5569 (Sunset 9/30/2019) TO
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REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: August 13, 2019 CATEGORY: Consent - Health and Human Services-7. SUBJECT: Agreement with NCS Pearson Inc. for Q-global online testing, scoring, and reporting services
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DEPARTMENT: Health and Human Services Agency-Adult Services Health and Human Services Agency-Children's Services

Supervisorial District No. : All DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Dean True, Branch Director, HHSA Adult Services, (530) 225-5900 STAFF REPORT APPROVED BY: Donnell Ewert, Director, Health and Human Services Agency Vote Required? Simple Majority Vote General Fund Impact? No Additional General Fund Impact RECOMMENDATION Approve and authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Director (Director), or any Branch Director or Deputy Branch Director designated by the Director, to: (1) Sign or electronically sign: (a) an evergreen Q-global online Subscription and License Agreement with NCS Pearson, Inc. (Pearson) with no maximum compensation to provide online testing, scoring, and reporting services; (b) the online Pearson Terms of Use; (c) the online Order Forms in a total amount not to exceed 100,000; and (d) the online Q-global Business Associate Agreement with Pearson; and (2) authorize select staff, as Qualified Users, to electronically sign the online User account creation Terms and Conditions (T Cs) and other related online T Cs, as long as they are not substantially or functionally different from the T Cs currently approved by County Counsel, and other online documents required to access and complete each online account. SUMMARY

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This agreement will allow the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) to purchase online psychological tests, including the administration and scoring of test results. Qualified Users as defined by NCS Pearson, Inc. (Pearson), and authorized by the HHSA Director, will order tests online by agreeing to and accepting the online terms and conditions, after the Director has approved each Order Form.

DISCUSSION Currently the HHSA purchases and administers professional psychological tests through Q-local, a local, non-cloud-based, software program provided by Pearson. Pearson is no longer actively supporting Q-local and are transitioning to Q-global as an alternative cloud-based platform. This agreement will allow HHSA clinical staff to continue using tests and related reports currently in use, as well as others not available through Q-local. Client completion of the online testing is voluntary, and for the protection of the client s identity only a client number and general demographic information will be entered in to the online system. A client s need for this type of psychological testing is determined by HHSA clinical staff. Clinical staff will assist clients with set up and observe completion of testing. Test results are an additional resource to assist clinical staff in making informed decisions regarding client care. Tests are chosen, Page 43 of 580

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administered, and interpreted by HHSA Clinical Psychologists. Should HHSA desire to continue receiving services, the Director will return to the Board of Supervisors for approval to continue the use of Pearson s Q-global product if and when it appears the maximum compensation amount of 100,000 will be exceeded. The department will regularly monitor and review the online T Cs and refer any and all concerns to County Counsel, Risk Management, and/or Information Technology. ALTERNATIVES The Board could choose not to approve the recommendation, defer consideration to a future date, or provide alternate direction to staff. OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT
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County Counsel has approved the current online T Cs, forms, and agreements as to form. Risk Management and Information Technology have reviewed and approved the current online Terms of Use, Order Form, and agreements. This recommendation has been reviewed by the County Administrative Office.

FINANCING Health and Human Services Agency Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 Adopted Budget includes sufficient appropriation authority for the activities described in this agreement and will be included in future year budget submittals. Tests are only purchased and administered as needed with an estimated maximum compensation per FY of 6,500. There is no additional General Fund impact from the recommended action.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Description

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that conform to Pearson's then-current published computer operating environment specifications. You agree that Pearson may install any Q-global Maintenance Release at no additional charge. You understand and agree that Pearson's Test(s) and Q-global are meant to be used as tools to supplement You in the overall assessment process, and are not intended or designed to be used alone or replace Your professional judgment. Use of psychological tests in employment-related situations may be subject to certain laws including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended; and other federal, state, and local laws and regulations. You shall not grant sublicenses, assign or transfer (including transfer by rental) Q-global or use Q-global to benefit any third party without the prior written consent of Pearson. 5. Protection of Test(s) and Operating System. The Tests(s) and the Q-global operating system are the proprietary property of Pearson and contain trade secrets, copyrighted works and, in certain cases, patented intellectual property, owned by Pearson and/or its licensors. The placement of a copyright notice on any portion of the Test(s) or Q-global does not mean that they have been published and will not derogate any claim by Pearson of trade secret protection. Title to the Test(s) and Q-global and copies thereof, and all intellectual property rights protecting the Test(s) shall remain with Pearson and/or its licensors and Q-global shall remain the property of Pearson.
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6.
Examinee Data. YOU ARE ADVISED TO EXPORT AND SAFEGUARD YOUR IMPORTANT DATA AND BACK UP IMPORTANT INFORMATION FREQUENTLY. You understand that You may be allowed to export Your examinee data at any time. If You choose to store examinee data on Q-global, Pearson will regularly backup the examinee data stored in the Q- global data base and will securely store these backups. However, You must make regular backups and agree that You release Pearson from any failure in the database system.

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Restrictions on Use. (a) You agree not to copy or duplicate, modify or alter physical or electronic characteristics of the Test(s) or the Q-global operating system or to dismantle or reverse engineer any part of the Test(s) or Q-global.

(b) Because Q-global and its outputs, including but not limited to Reports, are protected as trade secrets, except as expressly provided in this section 7, these TRADE SECRETS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO BE DISCLOSED in response to requests made pursuant to HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) or any other data disclosure law that exempts disclosure of information or documents protected as trade secrets. You agree that You will not otherwise, directly or indirectly disclose any trade secrets of Pearson without the prior written consent of Pearson. (c) You may excerpt portions of the Reports, limited to the minimum text necessary to accurately describe Your significant core conclusions, for incorporation into Your written evaluation of the individual, in accordance with Your profession's citation standards, if any. (d) You may not, under any circumstance, copy or reproduce the text of any Test question without Pearson's prior written permission.

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Test(s) Availability. Pearson's rights to make available Test(s) and Administrations are subject to agreements between Pearson and the Test owners/licensors. There is no assurance that Pearson will be able to provide any particular Test now or in the future. If Pearson is unable to sell Administrations with respect to a particular Test, You may continue to use any previously purchased Administrations. You agree that Pearson will not be liable to You in any manner whatsoever for any future unavailability of any Test(s) or Administrations.

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Support. You may contact Pearson's Technical Support for help in operation of Q-global, by telephone during Pearson's regular Technical Support business hours.

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10. Pearson's Protection and Use of Data. To perform services for You, Pearson will receive information that is provided by You and examinees. Pursuant to this Agreement, any information that Pearson receives is subject to the Privacy Policy (click the following link to access the Privacy Pol icy). Pearson respects Your data and has provided you with two (2) options should You and Your client desire to share data with Pearson. When you sign up for Q-global, You will be given the following regarding how you will let Pearson deal with your data: General Research. Should You grant Pearson permission to use Your de-identified examinee data for General Data Research, then You allow Pearson to use de-identified data from your account in validation studies and studies of specific clinical populations. These data will enable us to identify items and subtests with the greatest sensitivity and specificity, and increase our ability to develop shorter and better assessments. You will have the opportunity to choose which examinees' data will be included in the research database. Special Research . Should You grant Pearson permission to participated in Specific Data Research, You permit Pearson to contact You each time there is a research study and, if You qualify, You may choose at that time to participate. If you choose to participate, You will receive information about specific research studies when they are being conducted . This data will meet de-identified safe harbor standards under US law, and will be used only for research and test development so that future versions of the assessment will have enhanced clinical utility. In the event that You have existing examinee data for the Test(s) on other Pearson platforms, Q-global may permit You to migrate Your data from other Pearson platforms to Q-global. If this migration is permitted by Q- global and elected by You, You agree that You are responsible for complying with Pearson's migration protocol and ensuring Your data's correctness before and after migration. Business Associate. If You are a Covered Entity under HIPAA, You and Pearson agree that the Business Associate Addendum will govern HI PAA-related matters (click on the following link to view and accept the Business Associate Addendum). If You are a school or not a Covered Entity, this paragraph does not apply.
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Warranty. Pearson warrants that neither the Test(s) in their standard form nor normal use of the Test(s) will infringe any valid United States patents or copyrights existing at the time the Test(s) are made available by Q-global, provided, however, that this warranty does not extend to any non-NCS Pearson test ( NCS Pearson Test(s) that are published directly or under licenses by NCS Pearson, Inc.), to any infringement arising out of the use of such Test(s) in combination with systems, equipment or Q- global programs or platforms not supplied by Pearson or any use of the Test(s) outside the United States. If You promptly notify Pearson of any such infringement claim of which You have knowledge or notice, and accord Pearson the right, at its sole option and expense, to handle the defense of the infringement claim, Pearson will indemnify and hold You harmless from and against such infringement claim. If such an infringement claim arises, or if Pearson becomes aware of the possibility of such a claim, then Pearson may, in its discretion (a) furnish You with non-infringing replacement Test(s) within sixty (60) days; or (b) terminate this Agreement in whole or in part by repurchasing Your unconsumed Administrations. This is Your exclusive remedy for any breach of this warranty against infringement.

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EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE EXPRESSLY STATED IN THIS SECTION, PEARSON MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE TEST(S). ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE DISCLAIMED.

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Termination. Either party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement, including any licenses, if the other party breaches any of its obligations under this Agreement and fails to cure the same within thirty (30) days after receipt of written notice of default (except that there shall be no cure period for Your breach of Pearson's rights under Sections 4 or 5 of this Agreement). If this Agreement is terminated for any reason, Pearson will allow you access to Q-global for not more than thirty (30) days for the sole purpose of exporting Your data. Your obligations under this Section 12, as well as the provisions of Section 14 and 15 below, shall survive any termination of this Agreement.

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Active Accounts. As long as a customer has an active account (defined below), purchased subtests, report inventory, usages or other digital allocations of assessment measures and support materials will remain accessible and available for users of the account without expiration. Accounts deemed dormant (as defined below) will have all data (including client scores, reports, history, etc.) and digital allocations (usages, report inventory, manuals, etc.) permanently expunged from the system (after notice has been provided to the user) and will no longer be retrievable by the customer or Pearson. An Account refers this Q-global account.

An Active Account is defined as any account that has, had any user generate a report, and/or has had purchased inventory added to the account within the last 24 months. A Dormant Account is defined as any account that has not had any Authorized User generate a report, conduct an administration or purchase inventory in the previous twenty four (24) month period and does not currently have an active scoring subscription license for any inventory on the account. Appropriate Notice is defined as communication efforts (email or letter) by Pearson with no less than six attempts to contact You over a ninety (90) day period after the account is deemed a Dormant Account using the contact information (phone, email and billing address) on file for the account in question. The Appropriate Notice will include one or more of the following: notice that the account should be reactivated or that all client information for all Authorized Users should be downloaded from the Pearson system prior to a specific date. If Pearson does not receive an appropriate response the Customer and all Authorized User's data will be permanently deleted and will no longer be available.

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Indemnification. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 11 OF THIS AGREEMENT, AND TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, YOU AGREE TO INDEMNIFY AND HOLD PEARSON HARMLESS AGAINST ALL CLAIMS, LIABILITIES, DEMANDS, DAMAGES, OR EXPENSES (INCLUDING ATTORNEYS' FEES AND EXPENSES) ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR USE OF THE TEST(S) COVERED BY THIS AGREEMENT AND/OR YOUR FAILURE TO PERFORM THE OTHER TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT.

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Liability. PEARSON'S LIABILITY FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT AND/OR THE TEST(S) OR YOUR USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE TEST(S), REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE CHARGES PAID BY YOU FOR THE TEST(S) INVOLVED. THIS IS YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. IN NO EVENT SHALL PEARSON BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY CLAIM MADE AGAINST YOU BY ANY OTHER PARTY OR FOR ANY CLAIM MADE BY YOU FOR LOST BUSINESS OR PROFITS, OR FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF PEARSON HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH CLAIM, LOSS OR DAMAGES.

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Federal Government Terms and Conditions. If You are the United States Government or any agency or instrumentality thereof, the Test(s) are provided with RESTRICTED RIGHTS. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States Government of the Test(s) is subject to restriction as set forth in: (a) subparagraph (c)(1 )(ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Information clause at DFAR 252.227-7013 (October 1988), if You are subject to Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations; or (b) FAR 52.227-19 (June 1987), if You are not subject to the DFAR, but are the United States Government or an agency or instrumentality thereof. The Contractor, for purposes of such

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provisions, is NCS Pearson, Inc., 5601 Green Valley Drive, Bloomington, Minnesota 55437.
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Support Service. Subject to and conditioned on the Customer's and its Authorized Users' compliance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement, during the Term, Pearson shall use commercially reasonable efforts to provide to You and Your Authorized Users technical support (collectively, the Services ) in accordance with the time periods and terms and conditions hereof, including to host, manage, operate and maintain the Service Software for remote electronic access and use by the subscriber and its Authorized Users from 7 a.m. to 6 p.1 ] . US, except for:

(a) Scheduled Downtime; (b) Service downtime or degradation due to a Force Majeure Event; (c) any other circumstances beyond Pearson's reasonable control, including Customer or any Authorized User's use of Third Party Materials, misuse of the Services, or use of the Services other than in compliance with the express terms of this Agreement and the Specifications; and (d) any suspension or termination of Customer's or any Authorized Users' access to or use of the Services as permitted by this Agreement. Support information is as follows: US Canada 1-800-249-0659 (7 AM to 6 PM Central Standard Time) Technical Support E-mail: catechnicalsupport@pearson .com Technical Support URL: PearsonAssessmentSupport .com

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General. THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE GOVERNED BY, CONSTRUED, AND INTERPRETED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The foregoing choice of law notwithstanding, copyright , trademark, and patent claims are subject only to U.S. Federal law and U.S. Federal court interpretation thereof. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement of You and Pearson concerning this matter, and supersedes all discussions, proposals, bids, invitations, orders, and other communications, oral or written, on this subject. This Agreement may not be waived , amended, or modified in any way without the prior written permission of Pearson. If any one or more provisions of this Agreement are found to be illegal or unenforceable, the remaining provisions will be enforced to the maximum extent possible. To the extent any purchase order from You conflicts with or amends these Terms and Conditions in any way, these Terms and Conditions, as unmodified, will prevail.

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Our site will be undergoing maintenance on Sunday, July 21 from 12:00 p.m. - 1 :OO a.m. ET. Please place orders before or after that time.

I 10:112 I I GICSSIGIIJI; tJJCSSililild Ci JC: :::g I IGJJ Lb bl JC: QU lil ildl,61 :S Qualifications Policy Qualifications pol icy Page 1 of 5 Pearson is committed to maintaining professional standards in testing as presented in the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing published by the American Educational Research Association (AERA), American Psychological Association (APA), and the National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME). A central principle of professional test use is that individuals should use only those tests for which they have the appropriate training and expertise. Pearson supports this principle by stating qualifications for the use of particular tests, and selling tests to individuals who provide credentials that meet those qualifications. The policies that Pearson uses to comply with professional testing practices are described below. The Qualified User is the individual who assumes responsibility for all aspects of appropriate test use, including administration, scoring, interpretation, and application of results. Some tests may be administered or scored by individuals with less training, as long as they are under the supervision of a Qualified User. To assist the qualified user, each test manual will provide additional detail on administration, scoring and/or interpretation requirements and options for the particular test. We only accept orders identifying a Qualified User who is registered on our website or had previously submitted their qualifications. Prior to March 1, 2019 this information may have been submitted via an online form. Customers who submitted qualification forms in this manner were migrated over automatically to the current website and emailed information to activate their website account logins. All new submissions must be done through the creation of a website account and adding qualification details to their website account.
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Qualification Level A There are no special qualifications to purchase these products .

Qualification Level B Tests may be purchased by individuals with : A master's degree in psychology, education, speech language pathology, occupational therapy, social work, counseling, or in a field closely related to the intended use of the assessment, and formal training in the ethical administration, scoring, and interpretation of clinical assessments. OR Certification by or full active membership in a professional organization (such as ASHA, AOTA, AERA, ACA, AMA, CEC, AEA, AAA, EAA, NAEYC, NBCC) that requires training and experience in the relevant area of assessment. OR A degree or license to practice in the healthcare or allied healthcare field. OR Formal, supervised mental health, speech/language, occupational therapy, social work, counseling, and/or educational training specific to assessing children, or in infant and child development, and formal training in the ethical administration, scoring, and interpretation of clinical assessments. OR Work for an accredited institution https ://www.pearsonassessments.com/professional-assessments/ordering/how-to-order/qu ... 07/18/2019 Page 52 of 580

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Qualification Level C Tests with a C qualification require a high level of expertise in test interpretation, and can be purchased by individuals with:

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