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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, October 1, 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 Nathan Blank, Little Country Church

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Pledge of Allegiance: Supervisor Moty

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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, Staff Nurse, Sarah Culver as Shasta County's Employee of the Month for October 2019. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote

PRESENTATIONS R 2 Presentation Receive a presentation from Assessor-Recorder Leslie Morgan regarding the Assessor-Recorder's 2019-20 Annual Report. No Additional 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. GENERAL GOVERNMENT

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Approve and authorize: (1) The Chairman to sign the revised Joint Powers Page 2 of 473

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Agreement (JPA) with the Golden State Finance Authority; and (2) adopt a resolution which approves the revisions to the JPA. No 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 114,609.64 as submitted. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 3 Clerk of the Board Approve the proposed calendar of Board of Supervisors' meetings for the year 2020. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 4 Clerk of the Board Approve the minutes of the meeting held on September 17, 2019, as submitted. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 5 Clerk of the Board Adopt a resolution which: (1) Repeals Resolution No. 2019-033; and (2) authorizes the Shasta County Arts Council to apply for and accept the California Arts Council State-Local Partnership Program Grant for the activity period of July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2022. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
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Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a retroactive renewal agreement with Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC. in an amount not to exceed 4,000,000 to provide narcotic replacement therapy services for the period August 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote
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Take the following actions: (1) Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an evergreen agreement with the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA), to procure state hospital beds with no stated maximum compensation, in the amount of 1,402 per bed procurement, which includes CalMHSA administrative charges, authorizing CalMHSA to contract for state hospital beds on behalf of Shasta County for the period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020, with automatic one-year renewals thereafter; and (2) approve and authorize the Director of the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA), or any HHSA Branch Director designated by the HHSA Director, to approve total bed procurement Page 3 of 473
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payments in an amount not to exceed 14,020 for a ten-year period and to sign prospective and retroactive amendments to the agreement that do not otherwise result in a substantial or functional change to the intent of the original agreement and do not increase or extend the 14,020 ten-year limitation, as long as they 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 renewal agreement with Psynergy Programs, Inc., in an amount not to exceed 1,500,000 to provide residential mental health treatment services for the period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote
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Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a retroactive renewal agreement with Willow Glen Care Center in an amount not to exceed 1,450,000 to provide residential mental health treatment services for the period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote
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10 Health and Human Services Agency-Adult Services Housing and Community Action Programs Take the following actions: (1) Ratify the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Adult Services Branch Director s signature on the letter of interest sent to the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) accepting a one- time 1,198,356 State General Fund allocation for Whole Person Care (WPC) Pilot Housing services; (2) adopt a resolution which designates the HHSA Adult Services Branch Director as the single point of contact to DHCS for the WPC Pilot Housing funding and authorizes participation in the WPC Pilot Housing; (3) approve a budget amendment to accept the funding and increase appropriations and revenue by 1,198,356 in the HHSA-Mental Health budget, which includes a Trans-out in the amount of 300,000 to the Community Action Agency budget; and (4) approve a budget amendment increasing appropriations and revenue in the amount of 300,000 in the Community Action Agency budget for down payment assistance programs. No Additional General Fund Impact 4/5 Vote

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Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a renewal agreement with Andrew J. Wong Inc. in an amount not to exceed 54,000 to provide monthly help desk and software/hardware maintenance and programming updates to the Child and Adolescents Needs and Strengths database for the period November 1, 2019 through October 31, 2020, with two automatic one-year renewals. Page 4 of 473
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No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 12 Health and Human Services Agency-Regional Services Adopt a resolution which updates the General Assistance Manual to include changes to California Welfare and Institutions Code and makes additional program changes recommended by the Health and Human Services Agency which increases the efficiency of the program and assures the program is administered in a consistent manner. No Additional General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote LAW AND JUSTICE C 13 Sheriff-Coroner Adopt a resolution which recognizes that the circumstances and factors that led to the Board s 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 C 14 Sheriff-Coroner Adopt a resolution which: (1) Makes a finding that various surplus robotics equipment is not required for County use; and (2) approves the transfer of one Vanguard Bomb Disposal Robot, Serial Number 045-281, County ID No. 36466, and one Deep Ocean - Phantom 300 Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle to Shasta Union High School District in accordance with Government Code section 25365(a). General Fund Impact 4/5 Vote PUBLIC WORKS C 15 Public Works Approve and authorize the Public Works Director to sign a Notice of Completion for the 2019 SB-1 Pavement Rehabilitation Project, Contract No. 706801, and record it within 15 days of actual completion. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote C 16 Public Works Take the following actions: (1) Award the purchase of one transfer truck to Western Truck Parts Equipment of Redding, California for a total price of 176,423.26 (including tax and delivery) under Sourcewell Contract 081716-PMC; (2) award the purchase of one dump truck with plow and dump related components to Riverview International Trucks, LLC, of West Sacramento, California for a total price of 207,320.12 (including tax and delivery) under California Multiple Award Schedule (CMAS) 1-18-23-20F; and (3) approve and authorize the purchase of the transfer truck under the Sourcewell Contract and the dump truck under the Page 5 of 473
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CMAS contract. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote

C 17 Public Works County Service Area No. 2-Sugarloaf Water On behalf of County Service Area (CSA) No. 2-Sugarloaf Water, approve a budget amendment increasing appropriations and revenue by 35,000 in the CSA No. 2 Sugarloaf Water Admin budget offset with a trans-in from the Water Agency to outfit a new well. No General Fund Impact 4/5 Vote OTHER DEPARTMENTS C 18 County Service Area No. 1-County Fire
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Award to the low bidder, Fouts Bros. Fire Equipment, the contract for the purchase of a 3,000 gallon water tender for County Service Area No. 1-County Fire, for the total purchase price of 254,534 (including sales tax and delivery). 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; and (2) receive Supervisors reports on countywide issues. No General Fund Impact No Vote PUBLIC WORKS R 4 Public Works County Service Area No. 6-Jones Valley Water Take the following actions on behalf of County Service Area (CSA) No. 6-Jones Valley Water: (1) Adopt a resolution which finds that an emergency exists that will not permit a delay resulting from a competitive solicitation for bids to improve the well; (2) ratify the Deputy Public Works Director s signatures on Purchase Orders 14701 in the amount of 12,055.34 and 14702 in the amount of 49,500, and authorize future additional costs that may be incurred, for a total not to exceed 80,000 to restore, repair or replace Pump 2 to service; (3) find the project to remove and replace Pump 2 motor to be exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15269; and (4) approve a budget amendment increasing appropriations by 80,000 in the CSA No. 6-Jones Valley Water Admin budget offset by use of fund balance. General Fund Impact 4/5 Vote Page 6 of 473
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OTHER DEPARTMENTS R 5 County Service Area No. 1-County Fire Take the following actions: (1) Introduce and waive the reading of an ordinance which adds Chapter 8.10, Defensible Space for Fire Protection, to the Shasta County Code, and amends section 12.12.050, Grading Permit Exemptions, and 16.04.130, Fire Standards and Equipment, 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 R 6 County Service Area No. 1-County Fire Take the following actions: (1) Receive a report concerning a proposed Reserve Firefighter Program; and (2) provide direction to staff to move forward with investigating the proposed Reserve Firefighter Program to improve emergency response capability in rural areas of Shasta County. No Additional 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. GENERAL GOVERNMENT R 7 County Counsel Take the following actions regarding a Special Public Safety Transactions and Use Tax: (1) Receive an update from the County Counsel regarding a special transactions and use tax to support public safety purposes; (2) open the public hearing; (3) close the public hearing; (4) introduce, waive the reading, and enact an ordinance (the Ordinance ) to adopt a special transactions and use 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, to be effective upon approval by a two-thirds vote of the qualified electors casting votes; (5) adopt a resolution (the Resolution ) which: (a) calls for an election and places the Ordinance on the ballot for the March 3, 2020 Primary Election for the purpose of enabling voters to approve or reject the Ordinance; and (b) provides additional direction and instruction related to the conduct of the election; and (6) find that the Ordinance and Resolution are not subject to the California Environmental Quality Act for the reasons stated in the Ordinance and Resolution. General Fund Impact 2/3 Vote OTHER COUNTY AGENCIES The Shasta County Board of Supervisors will recess and reconvene as the Shasta County Water Page 7 of 473
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Agency. (See purple agenda.) SHASTA COUNTY WATER AGENCY The Shasta County Board of Supervisors does not receive any additional compensation or stipend for acting as the Shasta County Water Agency. The Shasta County Water Agency will adjourn and reconvene as the Shasta County Board of Supervisors.
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CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENT

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8 The Board of Supervisors will recess to a Closed Session to discuss the following items (est. 1 hour 45 minutes):

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR (Government Code section 54957.6): Agency Negotiators: County Executive Officer Larry Lees Personnel Director Angela Davis Chief Labor Negotiator Gage Dungy, Liebert, Cassidy and Whitmore Employee Organization:
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Professional Peace Officers Association Shasta County Management Council Mid-Management Bargaining Unit

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CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Government Code section 54956.9, subdivision (d), paragraph (1)):

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Names of Cases: County of Shasta v Lincoln General Insurance Company, et al. County of Shasta, et al. v. Amerisourcebergen Drug Corporation, et al. Hammerbeck, Richard Kevin v. County of Shasta, et al. Johnson, Randall Scott v. Tom Bosenko, et al. Jeantet, Gary D., et al. v. County of Shasta, et al. McCullough, Savanah v. Shasta County, et al. Walker, Joe v. Shasta County Board of Supervisors, et al.

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CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Government Code section 54956.9, subdivision (d), paragraph (4)):

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Initiation of Litigation: One potential case

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PUBLIC EMPLOYEE APPOINTMENT (Government Code section 54957):

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Title: County Executive Officer At the conclusion of the Closed Session, reportable action, if any, will be reported in Open Session. RECESS

REPORT OF CLOSED SESSION ACTIONS

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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AFTERNOON SESSION - REGULAR CALENDAR CONTINUED

1:00 PM or as soon thereafter as may be heard

AFTERNOON SESSION - GENERAL GOVERNMENT

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Take the following actions: (1) Discuss and provide direction to staff regarding the new Redding Rancheria Casino Project (Project); and (2) consider authorizing the Chairman to sign a letter stating the County s position regarding the Project. No General Fund Impact Simple Majority Vote REMINDERS
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Date: Time: Event: Location: Page 9 of 473

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10/08/2019 No Board of Supervisors Meeting Scheduled 10/10/2019 2:00 p.m. Planning Commission Meeting Board Chambers 10/15/2019 9:00 a.m. Board of Supervisors Meeting Board Chambers 10/22/2019 9:00 a.m. Board of Supervisors Meeting Board Chambers 10/29/2019 No Board of Supervisors Meeting Scheduled

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REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: October 1, 2019 CATEGORY: BOARD MATTERS-1. SUBJECT: Shasta County Employee Recognition Program Employee of the Month for October 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 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, Staff Nurse, Sarah Culver as Shasta County's Employee of the Month for October 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 October 2019. DISCUSSION Shasta County is fortunate to have many exemplary employees. On a daily basis, their dedication, integrity, creativity, and professionalism are called 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 Sarah Culver, Staff Nurse, Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency, be recognized as the October 2019 Employee of the Month.

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Ms. Culver is an expert in developmental milestones and education around babies and children that are born positive for substance related concerns. She has gone to great lengths to educate resource parents in our community about proper care and developmental needs of young children who were exposed to harmful substances and how the exposure impacts their development.

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Ms. Culver located a new screening tool to use with children ages 0-5 years that is trauma informed and relevant to the experiences of children in foster care. The new tool was researched thoroughly, piloted, and helps to provide information to the agency and families caring for foster children age 0-5 years on developmental milestones, trauma, birth concerns, and home life concerns. By implementing this new screening tool, Ms. Culver has improved the information given to the agency and families, to best serve foster children age 0-5 years.

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Ms. Culver is a champion for integrating trauma informed care and providing education around the impacts of harmful substance use on those most vulnerable.

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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; Jenn Duval, Administrative Analyst I; Phillip Crawford, Social Worker Supervisor I; Michael Conti, Health and Human Services Program Manager; and Ken Koenen, Deputy Sheriff. FISCAL IMPACT The cost of the Employee Recognition Program is nominal and are included in the Support Services FY 2019/20 Adopted budget. ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Description Resolution EOM October 2019 9/23/2019 Resolution EOM October2019 Page 12 of 473

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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 SARAH CULVER, STAFF NURSE OF THE SHASTA COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY, AS OCTOBER 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. Culver is an expert in developmental milestones and education around babies and children that are born positive for substance related concerns. She has gone to great lengths to educate resource parents in our community about proper care and developmental needs of young children who were exposed to harmful substances and how the exposure impacts their development.
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Ms. Culver located a new screening tool to use with

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children ages 0-5 years that is trauma informed and relevant to the experiences of children in foster

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care. The new tool was researched thoroughly, piloted, and helps to provide information to the

agency and families caring for foster children age 0-5 years on developmental milestones, trauma,

birth concerns, and home life concerns. By implementing this new screening tool, Ms. Culver has

improved the information given to the agency and families, to best serve foster children age 0-5 years. DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED this 1st day of October, 2019, by the Board of

Supervisors of the County of Shasta by the following vote:

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Resolution No. 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: October 1, 2019 CATEGORY: PRESENTATIONS-2. SUBJECT:

Presentation of Assessor-Recorder 2019-2020 Annual Report

DEPARTMENT: Presentation Supervisorial District No. : All DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Elaine Scott, Agency Staff Services Analyst II (530) 225-3634 STAFF REPORT APPROVED BY: Leslie Morgan, Assessor-Recorder 530-225-3600 Vote Required? No Vote General Fund Impact? No Additional General Fund Impact RECOMMENDATION Receive a presentation from Assessor-Recorder Leslie Morgan regarding the Assessor-Recorder's 2019-20 Annual Report. SUMMARY
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DISCUSSION The 2019-2020 Annual Report is a detailed analysis of all taxable property values in Shasta County as of the Lien Date, January 1, 2019. This report also contains Recorder statistics that are kept on a calendar year basis. This report has also been made available on the Assessor-Recorder s web site. ALTERNATIVES The Board could choose not to receive the presentation. This is not recommended since the presentation provides current information from the Assessor-Recorder. OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT The Recommendation has been reviewed by the County Administrative Office. FISCAL IMPACT The minimal costs associated with preparing and presenting this report are included in the department's Fiscal Year 2019-20 Adopted Budget. ATTACHMENTS: Page 15 of 473
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Description Upload Date Description Assessor-Recorder Annual Report 2019-20 9/17/2019 Assessor-RecorderAnnual Report 2019-20

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OFFICE OF

SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR-RECORDER

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LESLIE MORGAN SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR-RECORDER

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Message from Assessor-Recorder Page 1 Responsibilities of Assessor-Recorder Page 2 Organization Chart Page 3

ASSESSOR INFORMATION Local Assessment Roll Change 2018 - 2019 EXHIBIT I 2019 Taxable Values by City: EXHIBIT II City of Shasta Lake City of Anderson City of Redding Unincorporated 2019 Taxable Values by School District: EXHIBIT III Gateway School District Anderson Union High School Dunsmuir Union High School Fall River Unified High School Shasta Union High School Red Bluff High School District Exemptions Number of Assessments EXHIBIT IV History of Assessment Staffing EXHIBIT V History of Locally Assessed Property EXHIBIT VI Roll by Type of Property TABLE I Value Growth under Prop 13 TABLE II Distribution of Parcels TABLE III Distribution of Taxable Values TABLE IV Net County Cost per Assessment TABLE V Assessment Appeals TABLE VI Real Property Value Growth TABLE VII General Revenue by Source / Property Tax Distribution TABLE VIII BOE Roll versus Local Roll Changes TABLE IX BOE Assessment versus Local Assessment TABLE X
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RECORDER INFORMATION Recorded Documents by Type TABLE XI Documentary Transfer Tax by Entity TABLE XII Recorded Documents Annually TABLE XIII Recorded Deeds Annually TABLE XIV Documentary Transfer Tax Annually TABLE XV Vital Statistics Annually TABLE XVI

APPENDIX Sec. 51 Value Reviews (Prop 8) Comparison of Factored Base to Current Assessment Sec. 51 Value Reviews (Prop 8) Comparison of 2018 to 2019 Prop 8 Values Section 170 2019 Disaster Relief Review Page 18 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY OFFICE OF THE ASSESSOR-RECORDER

LESLIE MORGAN, ASSESSOR-RECORDER 1450 Court Street, Ste 208-A Intra-County toll free: 1-800-479-8009 Redding, CA 96001-1667 County website: www.co.shasta.ca.us Voice - (530) 225-3600 Calif. Relay Service @711 or 800-735-2922 Fax - (530) 225-5673

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MESSAGE FROM THE ASSESSOR-RECORDER

The attached report contains a detailed analysis of all taxable property values in Shasta County as of the Lien Date, January 1, 2019, including exemptions granted by this office pursuant to California State Law. This report does not include the taxable value of properties assessed by the California State Board of Equalization. Total Taxable Value Exemptions Net Taxable Value 2018-2019 18,654,478,716 (1,129,697,468) 17,524,781,248 2019-2020 19,406,594,371 (1,132,192,516) 18,274,401,855

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Dollar Change 752,115,655 (2,495,048) 749,620,607

Percent Change 4.03 0.22 4.28 At a basic tax rate of 1 , over 194 million in revenue will be generated for schools and local government from this year s assessment roll. Although we are seeing increases in the number of sales and the purchase price associated with those transfers, the real estate market is still below its peak levels. A proactive approach continues to be taken to initiate Section 51 (Prop 8) reviews in order to appropriately value properties and provide an accurate tax roll. As a result, 12,339 property owners were notified that their taxable value has been enrolled at a reduced current market value. These reductions were based on a comparison of the current market value of their property as of January 1, 2019, to the factored base year value (Prop 13 value) of their property in accordance with State law. This report also contains Recorder statistics that are kept on a calendar year basis. For 2018 the number of recorded deeds decreased 2.4 from calendar year 2017 while the total number of recorded documents decreased 8.3 . The Recorder also collected documentary transfer tax for 2018 of over 1.5 million dollars of which 1,073,750 went to the County of Shasta, 387,377 went to the City of Redding, 37,751 went to the City of Anderson, and 36,456 went to the City of Shasta Lake. Total documentary transfer tax increased 23.6 over the prior year. Keeping up with Shasta County s changing market and unexpected disasters, has been an ongoing challenge for my staff. During 2018 the office devoted two months to enrolling corrected value adjustments as a result of the Carr Fire. It is through the hard work, dedication and professionalism of the employees in the Assessor-Recorder s Office that this year s work was finished on time and under budget. I want to thank them for their exceptional effort and dedicated public service. Thank you for the privilege of serving as your Assessor-Recorder. Home Leslie Morgan, Assessor-Recorder Page 19 of 473

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RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ASSESSOR-RECORDER

The Assessor, a locally elected official, is responsible for locating, identifying the ownership, and determining the value of all assessable real and personal property within the County of Shasta. The Assessor must complete an annual assessment roll containing the assessed values for all properties subject to local assessment. The assessment roll must be submitted to the County Auditor by July 1st of each year. The Assessor s staff determines whether property that has changed ownership is subject to re- appraisal under the provisions of Proposition 13. In addition all new construction must be appraised in accordance with the law. The Assessor s staff maintains about 5,000 Assessor Parcel Maps as well as creates new maps based on cadastral data found on recorded surveys and maps. Assessor maps are also the base map for the County s Geographic Information System (GIS). In addition, the Assessor s cadastral mapping specialists keep track of all Tax Rate Area geographic boundaries to make sure the tax revenue goes to the correct entity. All this is done electronically allowing the Assessor s Parcel Maps to be accessed by computer terminals. Other functions of the Assessor include the granting of all legal exemptions, the defending of assessment appeals before the Assessment Appeals Board, the annual valuation of all business personal property and other taxable personal property such as boats and aircraft, and the Assessor s staff must perform all mandatory property tax audits on business properties as defined by law. The Recorder is responsible to examine, index, and electronically image all recordable documents submitted that meet statutory recording requirements. All vital records (births, deaths, and marriages) are filed with the Recorder. The Recorder must collect and account for all fees and transfer tax related to the recording of documents according to the law. In addition, the Recorder must preserve maps and other land records important to the history of Shasta County by using appropriate technology and by adopting proper storage methods. The Recorder provides electronic access to recordings for the public in the Recorder s lobby. The Recorder also has online access to recorded documents, available by paid subscription to title companies and other businesses, which streamlines the recording process in Shasta County. The Assessor-Recorder s Office maintains a web site (see below) with assessment and recording information available to download free. In addition, the Assessor s Maps and assessment roll information may be viewed and printed. The Recorder s Index of recorded documents may also be viewed on this site and vital records may be ordered on-line. (http://www.co.shasta.ca.us/Departments/AssessorRecorder/index.shtml) Home
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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR LOCAL ASSESSMENT ROLL CHANGE Home 2019-2020 Annual Report EXHIBIT I 2018-2019 2019-2020 CHANGE LAND 5,149,797,777 5,345,388,561 195,590,784 3.80 IMPROVEMENTS 12,300,691,769 12,782,774,972 482,083,203 3.92 PERSONAL PROPERTY 307,654,567 324,015,094 16,360,527 5.32 GROSS SECURED TAXABLE VALUE 17,758,144,113 18,452,178,627 694,034,514 3.91 LESS EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED (1,070,005,615) (1,072,295,929) (2,290,314) 0.21 NET SECURED TAXABLE VALUE 16,688,138,498 17,379,882,698 691,744,200 4.15 2018-2019 2019-2020 CHANGE LAND 35,204,018 37,227,628 2,023,610 5.75 IMPROVEMENTS 358,293,635 370,584,474 12,290,839 3.43 PERSONAL PROPERTY 502,836,950 546,603,642 43,766,692 8.70 GROSS UNSECURED TAXABLE VALUE 896,334,603 954,415,744 58,081,141 6.48 LESS EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED (59,691,853) (59,896,587) (204,734) 0.34 NET UNSECURED TAXABLE VALUE 836,642,750 894,519,157 57,876,407 6.92 2018-2019 2019-2020 CHANGE LAND 5,185,001,795 5,382,616,189 197,614,394 3.81 IMPROVEMENTS 12,658,985,404 13,153,359,446 494,374,042 3.91 PERSONAL PROPERTY 810,491,517 870,618,736 60,127,219 7.42 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 18,654,478,716 19,406,594,371 752,115,655 4.03 LESS EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED (1,129,697,468) (1,132,192,516) (2,495,048) 0.22 NET TAXABLE VALUE 17,524,781,248 18,274,401,855 749,620,607 4.28 SECURED ROLL UNSECURED ROLL LOCAL COMPOSITE ASSESSMENT ROLL Page 22 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR TAXABLE VALUES BY CITY / UNINCORPORATED Home 2019-2020 Annual Report EXHIBIT II Page 1 of 2 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 191,599,740 544,386 192,144,126 IMPROVEMENTS 580,383,306 4,144,633 584,527,939 PERSONAL PROPERTY 18,361,709 7,219,800 25,581,509 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 790,344,755 11,908,819 802,253,574 LESS EXEMPTIONS (31,852,324) (19,410) (31,871,734) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 758,492,431 11,889,409 770,381,840 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 709,621,610 10,025,666 719,647,276 DOLLAR CHANGE 48,870,821 1,863,743 50,734,564 PERCENTAGE CHANGE 6.89 18.59 7.05 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 5,315 379 5,694 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 226,922,434 2,349,192 229,271,626 IMPROVEMENTS 597,954,625 14,211,667 612,166,292 PERSONAL PROPERTY 8,299,429 24,955,503 33,254,932 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 833,176,488 41,516,362 874,692,850 LESS EXEMPTIONS (89,592,756) (5,206,943) (94,799,699) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 743,583,732 36,309,419 779,893,151 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 703,781,640 35,527,290 739,308,930 DOLLAR CHANGE 39,802,092 782,129 40,584,221 PERCENTAGE CHANGE 5.66 2.20 5.49 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 4,296 489 4,785
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CITY OF ANDERSON

TAXABLE VALUE 1-1-2019

CITY OF SHASTA LAKE

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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR TAXABLE VALUES BY CITY / UNINCORPORATED Home 2019-2020 Annual Report EXHIBIT II Page 2 of 2 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 2,388,342,274 16,476,664 2,404,818,938 IMPROVEMENTS 7,090,905,608 151,208,158 7,242,113,766 PERSONAL PROPERTY 134,530,527 334,536,326 469,066,853 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 9,613,778,409 502,221,148 10,115,999,557 LESS EXEMPTIONS (701,291,151) (51,606,241) (752,897,392) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 8,912,487,258 450,614,907 9,363,102,165 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 8,500,404,885 415,636,692 8,916,041,577 DOLLAR CHANGE 412,082,373 34,978,215 447,060,588 PERCENTAGE CHANGE 4.85 8.42 5.01 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 36,900 5,459 42,359 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 2,538,524,113 17,857,386 2,556,381,499 IMPROVEMENTS 4,513,531,433 201,020,016 4,714,551,449 PERSONAL PROPERTY 162,823,429 179,892,013 342,715,442 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 7,214,878,975 398,769,415 7,613,648,390 LESS EXEMPTIONS (249,559,698) (3,063,993) (252,623,691) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 6,965,319,277 395,705,422 7,361,024,699 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 6,774,330,363 375,453,102 7,149,783,465 DOLLAR CHANGE 190,988,914 20,252,320 211,241,234 PERCENTAGE CHANGE 2.82 5.39 2.95 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 51,075 5,958 57,033 TAXABLE VALUE 1-1-2019 UNINCORPORATED
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CITY OF REDDING

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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR

TAXABLE VALUES BY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Home 2019-2020 Annual Report EXHIBIT III Page 1 of 3 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 850,217,189 10,708,649 860,925,838 IMPROVEMENTS 1,919,608,703 28,094,227 1,947,702,930 PERSONAL PROPERTY 108,608,523 102,108,368 210,716,891 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 2,878,434,415 140,911,244 3,019,345,659 LESS EXEMPTIONS (106,819,873) (2,255,404) (109,075,277) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 2,771,614,542 138,655,840 2,910,270,382 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 2,686,408,954 120,371,575 2,806,780,529 DOLLAR CHANGE 85,205,588 18,284,265 103,489,853 PERCENTAGE CHANGE 3.17 15.19 3.69 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 17,451 2,962 20,413 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 1,056,164,742 5,572,595 1,061,737,337 IMPROVEMENTS 2,466,733,954 26,296,919 2,493,030,873 PERSONAL PROPERTY 49,842,403 147,373,973 197,216,376 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 3,572,741,099 179,243,487 3,751,984,586 LESS EXEMPTIONS (183,016,496) (5,508,888) (188,525,384) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 3,389,724,603 173,734,599 3,563,459,202 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 3,221,986,077 157,281,631 3,379,267,708 DOLLAR CHANGE 167,738,526 16,452,968 184,191,494 PERCENTAGE CHANGE 5.21 10.46 5.45 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 18,775 2,214 20,989
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GATEWAY SCHOOL DISTRICT

TAXABLE VALUE 1-1-2019 ANDERSON UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT TAXABLE VALUE 1-1-2019 Page 25 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR

TAXABLE VALUES BY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Home 2019-2020 Annual Report EXHIBIT III Page 2 of 3 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 29,116,104 33,620 29,149,724 IMPROVEMENTS 27,097,343 39,584 27,136,927 PERSONAL PROPERTY 425,031 264,997 690,028 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 56,638,478 338,201 56,976,679 LESS EXEMPTIONS (755,693) - (755,693) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 55,882,785 338,201 56,220,986 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 54,111,600 218,841 54,330,441 DOLLAR CHANGE 1,771,185 119,360 1,890,545 PERCENTAGE CHANGE 3.27 54.54 3.48 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 883 24 907 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 296,078,565 1,273,238 297,351,803 IMPROVEMENTS 469,928,494 156,878,003 626,806,497 PERSONAL PROPERTY 26,226,280 32,301,539 58,527,819 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 792,233,339 190,452,780 982,686,119 LESS EXEMPTIONS (29,796,264) (2,213,300) (32,009,564) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 762,437,075 188,239,480 950,676,555 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 729,746,208 188,087,494 917,833,702 DOLLAR CHANGE 32,690,867 151,986 32,842,853 PERCENTAGE CHANGE 4.48 0.08 3.58 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 7,096 461 7,557 FALL RIVER UNIFIED HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT TAXABLE VALUE 1-1-2019
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DUNSMUIR UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR

TAXABLE VALUES BY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Home 2019-2020 Annual Report EXHIBIT III Page 3 of 3 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 3,090,404,651 19,576,420 3,109,981,071 IMPROVEMENTS 7,875,188,531 158,947,601 8,034,136,132 PERSONAL PROPERTY 138,461,429 264,489,135 402,950,564 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 11,104,054,611 443,013,156 11,547,067,767 LESS EXEMPTIONS (750,260,340) (49,918,245) (800,178,585) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 10,353,794,271 393,094,911 10,746,889,182 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 9,951,228,737 370,124,124 10,321,352,861 DOLLAR CHANGE 402,565,534 22,970,787 425,536,321 PERCENTAGE CHANGE 4.05 6.21 4.12 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 52,784 6,602 59,386 SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL LAND 23,407,310 63,106 23,470,416 IMPROVEMENTS 24,217,947 328,140 24,546,087 PERSONAL PROPERTY 451,428 65,630 517,058 GROSS TAXABLE VALUE 48,076,685 456,876 48,533,561 LESS EXEMPTIONS (1,647,263) (750) (1,648,013) 2019 NET TAXABLE VALUE 46,429,422 456,126 46,885,548 2018 NET TAXABLE VALUE 44,656,922 559,085 45,216,007
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DOLLAR CHANGE 1,772,500 (102,959) 1,669,541

PERCENTAGE CHANGE 3.97 -18.42 3.69 NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS 597 22 619

RED BLUFF HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

TAXABLE VALUE 1-1-2019 TAXABLE VALUE 1-1-2019 SHASTA UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Page 27 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR SUPPLEMENTARY ROLL STATISTICS Home 2019-2020 Annual Report EXHIBIT IV EXEMPTION TYPE SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL NUMBER

2018-2019 TOTAL 1,070,005,615 59,691,853 1,129,697,468 38,571

PERCENTAGE CHANGE 0.21 0.34 0.22 -0.47 *(Exemption for property with value of 2,000 or less) PERCENT 2018-2019 2019-2020 CHANGE CHANGE
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NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS

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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR 50 YEAR HISTORY OF ASSESSMENT AND STAFFING Home 2019-2020 Annual Report EXHIBIT V FISCAL NUMBER OF NUMBER OF STAFF YEAR SECURED UNSECURED TOTAL SUPPLEMENTALS PROP. 8 COUNT
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NUMBER OF ASSESSMENTS

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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR 50 YEAR HISTORY OF TAXABLE VALUE SECURED AND UNSECURED LOCALLY ASSESSED PROPERTIES Home 2019-2020 Annual Report EXHIBIT VI YEAR LAND IMPROVEMENTS PERSONALTY TOTAL CHANGE CHANGE 2019 5,382,616,189 13,153,359,446 870,618,736 19,406,594,371 752,115,655 4.03 2018 5,185,001,795 12,658,985,404 810,491,517 18,654,478,716 823,704,607 4.62 2017 5,007,318,482 11,997,170,881 826,284,746 17,830,774,109 655,639,171 3.82 2016 4,793,688,858 11,629,472,999 751,973,081 17,175,134,938 819,789,350 5.01 2015 4,604,797,950 11,008,997,845 741,549,793 16,355,345,588 634,167,685 4.03 2014 4,405,951,295 10,573,508,954 741,717,654 15,721,177,903 662,434,155 4.40 2013 4,248,018,357 10,110,039,955 700,685,436 15,058,743,748 409,246,704 2.79 2012 4,163,730,084 9,737,271,823 748,495,137 14,649,497,044 (202,694,325) -1.36 2011 4,288,350,683 9,616,828,975 947,011,711 14,852,191,369 (535,719,932) -3.48 2010 4,634,820,082 9,904,321,901 848,769,318 15,387,911,301 (906,004,040) -5.56 2009 5,062,938,138 10,337,193,804 893,783,399 16,293,915,341 (356,187,032) -2.14 2008 5,229,552,223 10,520,575,047 899,975,103 16,650,102,373 851,303,403 5.39 2007 4,893,969,995 10,048,629,751 856,199,224 15,798,798,970 1,343,439,769 9.29 2006 4,385,730,593 9,284,525,293 785,103,315 14,455,359,201 1,597,300,048 12.42 2005 3,759,253,960 8,374,881,045 723,924,148 12,858,059,153 1,147,571,909 9.80 2004 3,369,278,683 7,640,812,384 700,396,177 11,710,487,244 893,584,138 8.26 2003 3,139,119,236 6,979,067,956 698,715,914 10,816,903,106 814,821,250 8.15 2002 2,944,708,354 6,386,236,985 671,136,517 10,002,081,856 679,038,007 7.28 2001 2,797,710,759 5,885,832,366 639,500,724 9,323,043,849 544,679,364 6.20 2000 2,688,533,075 5,531,187,855 558,643,555 8,778,364,485 361,970,840 4.30 1999 2,592,972,429 5,271,832,270 551,588,946 8,416,393,645 251,034,330 3.07 1998 2,516,321,185 5,113,597,525 535,440,605 8,165,359,315 248,849,598 3.14 1997 2,451,512,546 4,929,172,391 535,824,780 7,916,509,717 175,001,975 2.26 1996 2,373,462,193 4,853,902,760 514,142,789 7,741,507,742 199,173,638 2.64 1995 2,321,985,568 4,719,303,992 501,044,544 7,542,334,104 273,154,288 3.76 1994 2,254,283,391 4,533,725,676 481,170,749 7,269,179,816 289,886,726 4.15 1993 2,152,531,707 4,438,745,183 388,016,200 6,979,293,090 318,401,360 4.78 1992 2,045,960,966 4,226,068,836 388,861,928 6,660,891,730 500,321,943 8.12 1991 1,885,985,650 3,909,942,226 364,641,911 6,160,569,787 581,694,674 10.43 1990 1,675,284,731 3,572,105,006 331,485,376 5,578,875,113 553,792,530 11.02 1989 1,528,958,803 3,195,696,140 300,427,640 5,025,082,583 438,916,223 9.57 1988 1,441,786,784 2,873,213,724 271,165,852 4,586,166,360 347,025,083 8.19 1987 1,376,815,428 2,631,311,314 231,014,535 4,239,141,277 271,782,717 6.85 1986 1,314,737,550 2,428,244,680 224,376,330 3,967,358,560 226,475,020 6.05 1985 1,251,000,500 2,280,673,850 209,209,190 3,740,883,540 258,806,249 7.43 1984 1,169,566,900 2,097,524,250 214,986,141 3,482,077,291 231,625,861 7.13 1983 1,101,148,100 1,952,179,095 197,124,235 3,250,451,430 193,427,975 6.33 1982 1,030,467,060 1,836,159,440 190,396,955 3,057,023,455 267,440,435 9.59 1981 940,188,390 1,621,170,970 228,223,660 2,789,583,020 395,342,292 16.51 1980 832,634,880 1,401,306,100 160,299,748 2,394,240,728 275,417,624 13.00 1979 695,416,380 1,173,251,040 250,155,684 2,118,823,104 340,776,904 19.17 1978 590,546,940 975,129,080 212,370,180 1,778,046,200 239,930,200 15.60 1977 526,780,000 801,100,000 210,236,000 1,538,116,000 93,496,872 6.47 1976 609,539,680 668,030,500 167,048,948 1,444,619,128 258,496,220 21.79 1975 502,569,000 528,995,860 154,558,048 1,186,122,908 107,418,016 9.96 1974 492,291,924 449,467,000 136,945,968 1,078,704,892 105,151,428 10.80 1973 470,988,144 391,969,340 110,595,980 973,553,464 126,117,068 14.88 1972 387,940,588 354,018,880 105,476,928 847,436,396 49,670,364 6.23 1971 353,747,504 341,443,612 102,574,916 797,766,032 35,868,424 4.71 1970 324,168,548 305,801,260 131,927,800 761,897,608 27,705,220 3.77 1978 - Proposition 13 went into effect this year Page 30 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR TOTAL ASSESSMENT ROLL BY ROLL TYPE Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE I

TAXABLE VALUE LAND 5,382,616,189 27.74 IMPROVEMENTS 13,153,359,446 67.78 PERSONAL PROPERTY 870,618,736 4.49 TOTAL 19,406,594,371

LAND 27.74 IMPROVEMENTS 67.78 PERSONAL PROPERTY 4.49 Page 31 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR ASSESSMENT ROLL GROWTH FROM FIRST YEAR UNDER PROP 13 TO CURRENT Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE II Page 32 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR DISTRIBUTION OF PARCELS BY CITY / UNINCORPORATED Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE III PARCELS SHASTA LAKE 5,315 5.45 ANDERSON 4,296 4.40 (Secured Roll Only) REDDING 36,900 37.81 UNINCORPORATED 51,075 52.34 TOTAL 97,586 SHASTA LAKE 5.45 ANDERSON 4.40 REDDING 37.81 UNINCORPORATED 52.34 Page 33 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR

DISTRIBUTION OF TAXABLE VALUES BY CITY / UNINCORPORATED

Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE IV

GROSS VALUE SHASTA LAKE 802,253,574 4.13 ANDERSON 874,692,850 4.51 (Secured Unsecured Property) REDDING 10,115,999,557 52.13 UNINCORPORATED 7,613,648,390 39.23 TOTAL 19,406,594,371

SHASTA LAKE 4.13 ANDERSON4.51 REDDING 52.13 UNINCORPORATED 39.23 Page 34 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT
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BASED ON NET COUNTY COST PER ASSESSMENT OVER LAST SIX YEARS

Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE V FISCAL YEAR 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 TOTAL ASSESSMENTS 108,643 108,707 108,845 108,968 109,402 109,729 TOTAL NET COUNTY COST 3,205,936 3,508,443 3,073,442 3,165,082 3,432,944 3,432,944 COST PER ASSESSMENT 29.51 32.27 28.24 29.05 31.38 31.29 STATE AVERAGE * 29.11 28.71 30.07 29.94 35.56 N/A OVER (UNDER) STATE AV 0.40 3.56 - 1.83 - 0.89 - 4.18 OVER (UNDER) STATE AV 1.4 12.4 -6.1 -3.0 -11.8 The measurement is the net County cost (General Fund Support) divided by the total number of assessments.

*The State Average comes from the annual budget and workload data compiled by the California State Board of Equalization.

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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT BASED ON ASSESSMENT APPEALS OVER LAST SIX YEARS Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE VI FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 SHASTA COUNTY: TOTAL NUMBER OF APPEALS FILED 87 75 73 83 119 106 NUMBER WITHDRAWN BY APPLICANT -43 -32 -21 -29 -53 -42 CONTINUANCE REQUESTED BY APPLICANT -11 -11 -19 -34 -11 -33 STIPULATIONS -25 -28 -28 -15 -52 -28 ASSESSMENT APPEALS HEARD 8 4 5 5 3 3 TOTAL SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSMENTS 108,643 108,707 108,845 108,968 109,402 109,729
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NUMBER OF APPEALS FILED AS OF TOTAL ASSESSMENTS IN SHASTA COUNTY: 0.08 0.07 0.07 0.08 0.11 0.10

NUMBER OF APPEALS FILED AS OF TOTAL ASSESSMENTS USING STATE AVERAGE: * 0.75 0.76 0.58 0.55 0.43 N/A

The number of assessment appeals filed is one indicator of the accuracy of the County's assessment program. A low percentage of appeals to total assessments is associated with a greater degree of accuracy by Assessor staff and the property owner's satisfaction with their assessment.
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*The State Average comes from the annual budget and workload data compiled by the California State Board of Equalization.

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COMPARISON OF ROLL CHANGE

CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION (BOE) ROLL LOCAL ASSESSOR S ROLL Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE IX BOE LOCAL LIEN DATE ASSESSMENTS ROLL 2007 8.98 9.29 2008 4.00 5.39 2009 5.29 -2.14 2010 -0.44 -5.56 2011 4.48 -3.48 2012 2.09 -1.36 2013 -0.09 2.79 2014 3.14 4.40 2015 6.74 4.03 2016 1.97 5.01 2017 10.69 3.82 2018 6.78 4.62 2019 -5.80 4.03 10.00 12.00 C HA NG E IN V AL UE LIEN DATE BOE VERSUS LOCAL ROLL CHANGES Page 39 of 473

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SHASTA COUNTY ASSESSOR-RECORDER STATE ASSESSMENT VERSUS LOCAL ASSESSMENT

The fundamental differences in state vs. local assessment are summarized in the following table: Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE X STATE ASSESSED COUNTY ASSESSED VALUATION METHOD Annually reassessed at Acquisition Value fair market value Factored By No More than 2 per year or Current Market Value, whichever is lower. REVENUE ALLOCATION Unitary Base Revenues are allocated to + all jurisdictions in the tax County Wide rate area where the Incremental Growth property is located VALUE SETTING Board of Equalization County Assessor Members

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APPEAL OF VALUE Board of Equalization Local Assessment Members Appeals Board

COURT REVIEW Trial De Novo Review of administrative record Page 40 of 473
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SHASTA COUNTY RECORDER ANNUAL STATISTICAL REPORT OF DOCUMENTS RECORDED AND FILED Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE XI

YEAR DEEDS DEEDS OF TRUSTEE'S RECONS NOTICE OF LIENS MAPS MISC TOTAL * TRUST DEEDS DEFAULTS ABST JDGS DOCS

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SHASTA COUNTY RECORDER DOCUMENTARY TRANSFER TAX

MONTHLY BY ENTITY FOR PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR Home 2019-2020 Annual Report TABLE XII
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MONTH 2018 SHASTA LAKE ANDERSON REDDING COUNTY TOTAL JAN 2,459.87 2,179.62 24,457.59 206,655.47 235,752.55 FEB 3,099.25 1,384.89 22,887.60 54,682.76 82,054.50 MAR 2,287.70 2,624.02 24,021.96 61,542.42 90,476.10 APRIL 3,974.55 2,153.51 30,776.79 80,305.10 117,209.95 MAY 3,340.65 4,160.18 28,563.27 81,399.95 117,464.05 JUNE 2,917.18 3,623.64 52,681.32 104,872.56 164,094.70 JULY 3,793.87 3,856.85 37,616.85 91,338.13 136,605.70 AUG 3,450.68 2,088.60 37,114.68 83,022.69 125,676.65 SEPT 2,110.60 6,266.94 33,491.02 77,594.74 119,463.30 OCT 2,891.35 2,965.85 43,306.01 97,126.34 146,289.55 NOV 3,399.54 2,031.96 26,449.71 66,435.69 98,316.90 DEC 2,731.28 4,415.66 26,010.74 68,774.92 101,932.60 TOTAL FOR 2018 36,456.52 37,751.72 387,377.54 1,073,750.77 1,535,336.55

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SHASTA COUNTY RECORDER VITAL STATISTICS ANNUALLY

NUMBER OF DOCUMENTS FILED

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APPENDIX Section 51 Value Reviews (Prop 8) Comparison of Factored Base to Current Assessment

SEC. 51 THE LAW AND HOW IS EFFECTS YOUR VALUES R T Code Section 51 states that the taxable value of real property shall be the lesser of Base Year Value or Full Cash Value. The Assessor recognizes the responsibility to enroll the appropriate values during a declining market. This reduction is a form of assessment relief which is applied when a Property s taxable value exceeds the current market value.

VALUE REVIEWS IN SHASTA COUNTY AS OF JANUARY 1, 2019 In recognition of the current market values as of the January 1, 2019 lien date, the Shasta County Assessor s Office reviewed 13,679 Section 51 values from the January 1, 2018 assessment roll. This review resulted in the reduction on 12,174 properties. Section 51 Value Reviews (Prop 8) Comparison of 2018 to 2019 Prop 8 Values SEC. 51 PROP 8 VALUE COMPARISONS TO PRIOR YEAR In an effort to review the change in market value from January 1, 2018 to January 1, 2019, the Assessor s office has analyzed the market value change. These comparisons have not been adjusted for items such as new construction or disposals during 2018 which would not have been included in the January 1, 2018 value.
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Note: 1,541 assessments were restored to a Prop 13 base year value. This could be the result of a change in ownership or based on the market value review which was greater than the factored base year value.

Home
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Change compared to Base Year Value

Prop 8 Count of Total Count 60 or more 651 5.35 50 - 60 648 5.32 40 - 50 959 7.88 30 - 40 2,129 17.49 20 - 30 2,796 22.97 10 - 20 2,996 24.61 up to 10 1,995 16.39

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or more 483 3.99 10 to 20 1,362 11.26 5 to 10 2,450 20.26 0 to 5 2,633 21.77 0 3,717 30.74 0 to -5 253 2.09 -5 to -10 532 4.40 -10 to -20 155 1.28 Over -20 508 4.20

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Base Year to Prop 8 Values for January 1, 2019 Shasta County Summary Review Home

No. of Asmts Land Improvement

Manufactured Home Total Redding Base Year Values 5,265 774,748,459 1,803,885,887 16,844,260 2,595,478,606 Prop 8 Values 5,265 465,955,536 1,382,282,430 10,871,423 1,859,109,389 Total Reduction 308,792,923 421,603,457 5,972,837 736,369,217 Anderson Base Year Values 492 80,944,970 150,454,834 693,504 232,093,308 Prop 8 Values 492 54,986,385 117,010,715 430,868 172,427,968 Total Reduction 25,958,585 33,444,119 262,636 59,665,340 Shasta Lake Base Year Values 679 53,730,471 87,787,711 4,838,938 146,357,120 Prop 8 Values 679 27,389,900 81,501,400 2,743,931 111,635,231 Total Reduction 26,340,571 6,286,311 2,095,007 34,721,889 Unincorporated Base Year Values 5,738 681,620,761 1,006,069,449 20,531,014 1,708,221,224 Unincorporated Prop 8 Values 5,738 408,059,257 796,479,811 13,441,730 1,217,980,798 Total Reduction 273,561,504 209,589,638 7,089,284 490,240,426

Shasta Co Total Base Year Values 12,174 1,591,044,661 3,048,197,881 42,907,716 4,682,150,258 Shasta Co Total Prop 8 Values 12,174 956,391,078 2,377,274,356 27,487,952 3,361,153,386

Total Reduction 634,653,583 670,923,525 15,419,764 1,320,996,872 Secured Asmts Sec Prop 8 Asmts Reduction Total Reduction Property Tax Dollars @ 1 Shasta County Portion @ 13 Shasta Lake 5,315 679 12.78 34,721,889 347,219 45,138 Unincorporated 51,075 5,738 11.23 490,240,426 4,902,404 637,313 Shasta Co Total 97,586 12,174 12.48 1,320,996,872 13,209,969 1,717,296 VALUES Page 47 of 473
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Comparison of 2018 to 2019 Base Year and Prop 8 Values

Shasta County Summary Review Home January 1, 2018 January 1, 2019 Difference Change Redding Number of Asmts 6,180 5,265 -915 -14.81 Base Year Values 2,947,674,399 2,595,478,606 -352,195,793 -11.95 Prop 8 Values 2,126,781,482 1,859,109,389 -267,672,093 -12.59 Total Reduction 820,892,917 736,369,217 -84,523,700 -10.30 Anderson Number of Asmts 599 492 -107 -17.86 Base Year Values 259,691,778 232,093,308 -27,598,470 -10.63 Prop 8 Values 181,406,683 172,427,968 -8,978,715 -4.95 Total Reduction 78,285,095 59,665,340 -18,619,755 -23.78 Shasta Lake Number of Asmts 782 679 -103 -13.17 Base Year Values 163,355,673 146,357,120 -16,998,553 -10.41 Prop 8 Values 120,096,395 111,635,231 -8,461,164 -7.05 Total Reduction 43,259,278 34,721,889 -8,537,389 -19.74 Unincorporated Number of Asmts 6,118 5,738 -380 -6.21 Base Year Values 1,864,956,737 1,708,221,224 -156,735,513 -8.40 Prop 8 Values 1,324,542,663 1,217,980,798 -106,561,865 -8.05 Total Reduction 540,414,074 490,240,426 -50,173,648 -9.28

Shasta Co Total Number of Asmts 13,679 12,174 -1,505 -11.00 Base Year Values 5,235,678,587 4,682,150,258 -553,528,329 -10.57

Prop 8 Values 3,752,827,223 3,361,153,386 -391,673,837 -10.44 Total Reduction 1,482,851,364 1,320,996,872 -161,854,492 -10.92

Secured Asmts 97,371 97,586 215 0.22 Secured Prop 8 Asmts 13,679 12,174 -1,505 -11.00 Reduction 14.05 12.48 -1.57 -11.20 Total Reduction 1,482,851,364 1,320,996,872 (161,854,492) -10.92 Property Tax Dollars @ 1 14,828,514 13,209,969 (1,618,545) -10.92 Shasta County Portion @ 13 1,927,707 1,717,296 (210,411) -10.92

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Section 170 2019 Disaster Relief Review Revenue and Taxation Code section 170 provides that if a calamity such as fire, earthquake, or flooding damages or destroys property, the taxpayer may be eligible for property tax relief. In such cases, the assessor reappraises the property to reflect its damaged condition. In addition, when it is rebuilt in a like or similar manner, the property will retain its prior value (Proposition 13) for tax purposes. In July 2018 Shasta County residents suffered greatly from the Carr fire. As a result the Assessor s staff enrolled 1,223 reductions to the assessed properties as follows: Asmt. Type Claims No Reductions Reductions Total Value Removed Real Property Personal Prop. Redding Total 448 90 358 72,426,800 223,850
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Unincorporated Total 1,153 288 865 111,354,098 1,301,545

Shasta County s Delta fire occurred in September 2018 and resulted in an additional 19 reductions as follows: Asmt. Type Claims No Reductions Reductions Total Value Removed Real Property Personal Prop. Secured 22 5 17 795,314 0 Boats 2 0 2 0 11,460 Total 24 5 19 795,314 11,460 Home Page 49 of 473

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REPORT TO SHASTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD MEETING DATE: October 1, 2019 CATEGORY: Consent - General Government-1. SUBJECT: Approve revision of the Joint Powers Agreement with the Golden State Finance Authority.
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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 Vote Required? Simple Majority Vote General Fund Impact?
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No General Fund Impact

RECOMMENDATION Approve and authorize: (1) The Chairman to sign the revised Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) with the Golden State Finance Authority; and (2) adopt a resolution which approves the revisions to the JPA. SUMMARY
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N/A

DISCUSSION

The Golden State Finance Authority (GSFA) was created by a Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement dated July 1, 2013, pursuant to the Joint Exercise of Powers Act of the Government Code of the State of California.

Since its inception in 1993, GSFA has assisted over 75,900 individuals and families to purchase homes in California and has provided over 543 million in down payment assistance. In 2010, GSFA expanded its focus to also provide emergency efficiency financing to California homeowners. The primary specific revisions to the JPA are as follows: 1) Expressly authorizing GSFA to establish and operate programs and projects to promote public safety, economic development, and environmental protection, including without limitation forest resiliency, wildfire risk reduction, air quality improvement, and waste diversion and reuse. 2) Clarifying that GSFA may finance the preservation of real property and infrastructure. 3) Incorporating recent amendments to the PACE statutes expanding the types of improvements that may be financed through that program. Page 50 of 473
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4) Expressly authorizing GSFA to issue Industrial Development Bonds for qualifying projects.
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5) Specifically referencing GSFA s ability to create nonprofit corporations (such as NHF (National Homebuyers Fund) and GSNR (Golden State Natural Resources)).

6) Other technical amendments to revise obsolete language or conform to current practice. ALTERNATIVES The Board could choose not to approve the JPA and adopt the resolution. This is not recommended as there is no financial cost to join the JPA and it allows Shasta County citizens to be able to participate in the program. OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT

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Risk Management has reviewed the revision. County Counsel has reviewed and approves as to form.

FISCAL IMPACT The General Fund is not impacted by this recommended action. ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Description GSFA Memo and Track Changes 9/16/2019 GSFA Memo and TrackChanges Resolution for 2019 GSFA JPA 9/16/2019 Resolution for 2019GSFA JPA Shasta County Signature Page 9/16/2019 Shasta County SignaturePage Page 51 of 473

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RESOLUTION NO. 2019-_____

RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SHASTA

APPROVING PROPOSED REVISIONS TO THE GOLDEN STATE FINANCE

AUTHORITY JOINT POWERS AGREEMENT
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WHEREAS, on August 15, 2019, the Board of Directors of Golden State Finance

Authority (GSFA)), a Joint Powers Authority of which Shasta County is a member, voted unanimously to approve proposed revisions to the Joint Powers Authority (JPA) Agreement; and WHEREAS, the revisions to the JPA Agreement have been provided to each Member County for review and approval; and WHEREAS, the members of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Shasta have each been provided with a copy of the revisions to the JPA Agreement for review; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SHASTA, as follows:
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1.
The Board of Supervisors hereby approves the revisions to the JPA Agreement, in

substantially the form attached hereto as ATTACHMENT 1 and incorporated herein by reference.

2.
The Board of Supervisors authorizes and directs the Clerk of the Board of

Supervisors to transmit a copy of this Resolution to the Executive Director of GSFA. DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED this 1st day of October 2019, by the following vote: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: ABSTAIN: 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: October 1, 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 114,609.64 as submitted. SUMMARY DISCUSSION ALTERNATIVES OTHER AGENCY INVOLVEMENT FISCAL IMPACT

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Description BOS 100119 CLAIMS LIST 9/23/2019 BOS 100119 CLAIMSLIST

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COUNTY OF SHASTA OFFICE OF AUOITOR-CONTROLLER

REPORT OF CLAIMS REOUIRING BOARD ACTION IN ORDER TO AUTHORlzE PAYMENT BYAUDITOR.CONTROLLER

.10to t12019 FUND/DEPT/ACCT DEPARTMENT PAYEE DESCRIPTION REASON DEPARTMENT'S EXPLANATION95500/033798

50'100/034800

41010i 052015 410101052015 95500i 033798 PUBLIC WORKS HHSA HHSA HHSA PUBLIC WORKS TOTAL SIMPLEX GRINNFI I JO A POLLOCK WILLOW GLEN CARE CENTER INC PSYNERGY PROGRAMS tNc THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORPORATION ORTLY FIRE ALARM I,INTR 030117. 07 SUPP GAS SYSTEM IEST 0601.17-11 6/06/19 8/20119 PROF SVCS 7/19 8/19 SEQUOIA SVCS 7/19 8/19 RES SVCS IVOTOR EMERGENCY REPAIR 1.01518 1,885.12 39,387 36 45.060.00 PerAdmin Policy 2-201 and Gov Code sections 9'10 and 9'1'1.2 invoices older than one year require Board approval Per Shasta County Contracts Manual 6- '101 Section 1.3.3. and Gov Code section 29741, the Auditor-Conlroller may onty pay claims for services that have been authorized by contract Contract with vendor does nol cover allservices provided Per Shasta County Cofltracts tltanuat6- '101 Seclion 1.3 3, and Gov Code secton 29741, lhe AudiloFconlroller may onty pay claims for servrces thal have been authorized by conlract Contract with vendor does not cover allseN,..r provided. Exceeded contracled maximum by S99'l 90 which requrres board approval Per Shasla County Contracts Manuat6- 101 Seclron 1.3 3. and Gov Code section 29741, lheAuditor-Controllermayonly pay claims for services that have been authorized by contract. Contract with vendor do s not cover all services provided. Per Shasla County Contracts Manuat6- 101 Seclion 1.3.3. and Gov Code section 29741, the Audilor-Controller may only pay claims for servjces thal have been aulhorized by contracl. Contract with vendor does not cover all services provided Per Shasla County Contracts Manual6- 101 Seclion 1.3.3, and Gov Code section 29741, the Audilor-Controller may onty pay claims lor services thal have been authorized by contract Contract with vendor does not cover all services provided
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SEE ATTACHED MEMO FROT/I DEPARTMENI

SEE ATTACHED IVIEI\/lO FROM DEPARTMENT SEE ATTACHED MEMO FROM OEPARTMENT SEE ATTACHED MEMO FROII DEPARTI\.,IENT SEE ATTACHEO METJO FROM DEPARTI./lENT AutElods Certlfl cation : I certify thal the foreqoing is a true list of ctaims properly and regularly coming betore the Shasta County Board of SupeNisors

Approval oftqlalnqs: These claims were allowed and the Claims Lisl was approved as cone.cl, by vole ofthe Board ol Supervisors on this date

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,_f(.h6 Shostq County Fleolth Flumon Services Agency
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Business ond Support Services Bronch'

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HHSA is requesting Board approval to pay the following invoices for .fuly and August for a total of

39,387.36;

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054707 054708 054709 0547L0 0547 t7 0547 72 53,282.28 53,282.28 53,282.28 53,282.28 53,282.28 53,282.28 08/30/2019 08/30/2019 08/30/2Ot9 08/30/20\9 08/30/2079 08/30/2079 054881 054882 054883 054884 054885 054886 53,282.28 53,282.28 53,?82.28 53,282.28 53,282.28 53,282.28 Engaging individuals, families and communities to protect and improve health and wellbeing.,, Tracy Tedder, Branch Director www.shqstohhsa,net Inter-Office Memorandum / XS To: Brian Muir, Auditor Conrroller I Nftil From: TracyTedder,rrior.rr.ir,** . I ittl\ Date: September t8,2o7s [\t lfRe: Board Claim for Pysnerry l/t
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lw..o\ o lA(LqL Residential Services lnvoice 09t2912019 o8130t2019 o54886 Psynergy Programs lnc 18225 Hale Ave Morgan Hill. GA 95037 @L ?* 2tl00I Psynergy Sacram6nto
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Mode 60 - Service Function 40: Professional Services to County Clients at Psynergy Programs, lnc. Specialized community services and support tor county clients with co morbid with chronic health conditions that require linkage to community providers

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a o o o a To: From; Date: Re: Shqstq County Fleolth Humon Services Agency I Business ond Support I Services Brqnch Inter-Office Memorandum Brian Muir, Auditor Controller Trary Tedder, HHSA Branch Director September 18, 2019 Board Claim for Pysnergr
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The Health and Human Services Agenry -

Adult seMces Branch had a collEact agreement with Pysnerry to provide mental health services to adult clients. This agreement expired on 6/30/79, HHSA is in the process of renewing this agreement, however services are still being provided to clients during this time.

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HHSA is requesting Board approval to pay the following invoices for fuly and August for a total of 39,387.35;

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Uir- rd ot Tbuz- Residential Services lnvoice Psynergy Programs lnc 18225 Hale Ave Morgan Hill, CA 95037 5wt- 5 09/29/2019 o8i 30/2019 054885 Shasts County C/O Cheri Koller _ Po Box 496005 1810 Market Street Redding, CA 96001 Psynergy Sacram6nto
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Mode 60 - Service Function 40: Professional Servicas to County Clients at Psynergy Programs. lnc. Specialized community services and support for county clients with co-morbid with chronic health conditions that require linkage 10 community providers

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Shqsto County Heqlth Humon Services Agency Inter-Office Memorandum To: From: Date: Re: Brian Muir, Auditor Confoller Tracy Tedder, HHSA Branch Director September 18, 2019 Board Claim for Pysnergr
Tagged Passions:business, services, and audit

The Health and Human Services Agenry - Adult services Branch had a conract agreement with

Pysnerry to provide mental healtJr services to adult clients. This agreement expire-d on 6/go/Lg, HHSA ls in t Ie process of renewing this agreemenq however serviies are still ieing prorid.d to cliene during this time.

Tagged Passions:health and services

ll_l 4 t Tquesdng Board approval to pay the following invoices for fuly and Augusr for a total of 39,387.36;

08/13/2079 o8113/2OL9 o8h3l2oL9 o8h3/2oL9 oslt3/2oL9 osl]3,la rg 054707 0s4708 054709 0547rO 05471 os47t2 3,2Bz.zB S3,2Bz.z8 53,282.28 53,zsz.zB 3,2e2.28 53,282.28 08/30/2079 08/30/2019 o8/30lzor9 08/30/2OL9 08/30/20t9 o8/30/20L9 054881 054882 054883 054884 054885 054885 s3,282.28 s3,282.28 S3,282.28 53,zBz.z8 5s,zBz.z8 s3,282.28 'Engaglng individuals, hmilies and communides to protect and lmprove health and wellbeiDg.. Traq Tedde4 Branch D ire ctor www.shastahhsa.net Page 77 of 473

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Jennifer Hutton From: Sent: To: Subject: HiJennifer, This invoice x6 is approved to pay. Katie Katie Cassidy Tuesday, September 10,2019 9:06 AM Jennifer Hutton RE: Psynergy August l9 6 invoices

From: lennifer Hutton Sent; Tuesday, September 3, 2019 12:05 PM To: Katie Cassidy Subject: PsynergyAugust 19 6 invoices

H ello,

When you have a moment, can you please review the attached invoices and veriry the dates and placements for these services?

Thank you, Jennlfer Hutton Account Clerh lll Shorto Count, Heolth ond Humon Servlces P.O. Box 495oo5 Reddlne, CA 96049-6005 Volce: (53o) 22Ho7g FcDc (53O) 22B-5555 emoil: Jhutton(aco. shasta. ca.us Sfosta County Fleolth Flumsn SeMcesAgency Electronic Privacy'CoIllidetrtislity Notlcc: This .-mril rnd 6ny atta.hm.nts contains irformation thal is, or may bc mv.r d by, thc Electronic communicalion Ptivacf AcL Title 18 U.S.C 2510-2521, and may also bc confidcotial and proprictary in narure and is forftc sole uscofthc inrerded rEcipi.nt(s). As rhc inrend d ,ccipicnl(s) lhis disclosurc may b. protcctld by F.dcrol co[fidcnliolityrules (42 CFR PaIt 2). The fedelat rulcs prchibit yo om maliing any funhe, disclosure ofthjs ilrfoamltion unless fitrthea disclorure is expr6sly pcrmincd by thc r itten consaot ofttE p3rson to rvhom it pertains or as olhcrwisc permittEd by 42 CFR Pan 2. A invcstiSslc or ptosacuta arly alcohol or d g abusc p li L lfyou hava rcccivld this a. ail in error, contacl tha sender indicaling you rcceivcd this communicdion in ermr and lh.n immedialaly dclatc and dcstroy all copies of ,ie messoge. . t 'a\6

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U+nd olTu,Lt2- Residential Services lnvoice Psynergy Programs lnc 18225 Hale Ave Morgan Hill, GA 95037 LeL
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.tsk a\6 Shostq County Heolth Humqn Services Agency Inter-Office Memorandum lo: From: Date: Re: Brian Muir, Auditor Controller Trary Tedder, HHSA Branch Director September 18, 2019 Board Claim for Pysnergr .
Tagged Passions:services and audit

The Health and Human Services Agenry - Adult services Branch had a contract agreement wit l

Pysnerry to provide mental health services to adult clienrs. This agreement expire-d on 6/30/Lg, HHSA is in the process of renewing this agreemenq however serviies are still -being provided to

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clients during this time.

H-H-sA-is requesting Board approval to pay the following invoices for Ju.ly and August for a total of 39,387.36;

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