LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — The Board of Supervisors will welcome its newest member and discuss a proposal to create two new positions in the County Administrative Office to work on housing and economic development.
The board will meet from at 9 am. Tuesday, October 25, in council chambers on the first floor of the Lake County Courthouse, 255 N. Forbes St., Lakeport.
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An additional element is expected to be added Tuesday for the swearing in of Michael Green, whom Governor Gavin Newsom appointed to fill the unexpired term of District 4 Supervisor Tina Scott, who resigned in July.
In an untimed point, the council will consider a proposal to restructure the county administrative office to include positions specifically focused on economic development and housing, an idea that emerged from the council’s Sept. 22 budget hearing.
The memo from County Administrative Officer Susan Parker calls for using one-time funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to pay for the plan.
The proposal includes a new county administrative officer position focused on housing, a reassigned management analyst, the tax administrator and a part-time assistant county administrative officer converted to an assistant county administrative officer on economic development who will be the result of conversion and new management. analyst position.
The cost of the two new positions — excluding benefits — is estimated at $219,827, Parker reported.
The full agenda follows.
5.1: Pass a proclamation designating October 2022 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Lake County.
5.2: Second Reading, Order Rescinding Specified Sections of Lake County Zoning Ordinance Related to Early Activation.
5.3: Approve a purchase order for the purchase of a chip spreader for the maintenance of departmental roads and authorize the Director of Public Works/Assistant Purchasing Officer to sign the purchase order.
6.2, 9:06 a.m.: Presentation of proclamation designating October 2022 as Domestic Abuse Awareness Month in Lake County.
6.3, 9:15 a.m.: Lake County Health Services monthly update presentation.
6.4, 9:30 a.m.: Review of Amendment #2 to the September 2021 Letter of Engagement between Lake County and Trane Technologies to advance the N. Lakeport FLASHES energy, disaster, and resiliency projects to climate change.
6.5, 10.30 a.m.: Public hearing, examination of the rezoning project (RZ 22-01) and modification of the general plan (GPA 22-01); The candidate is Valerie Peng; project located at 11377 Route 29, Lower Lake (APN: 049-300-02).
7.2: Review of the restructuring of the Administrative Office to include positions specifically focused on economic development and housing.
7.3: Consideration of a memorandum of understanding between Lake County and the Golden State Connect Authority to engage consultants and implement the local agency technical assistance grant assuming responsibility for the execution of the work financed by the grant and authorizing the president to sign.
7.4: Review of a side letter to the Lake County Correctional Officer Association Memorandum of Understanding for the period October 21, 2021 to June 30, 2025.
7.5: Consideration for nomination to the following Advisory Board: Lakeport Fire Protection District Board of Directors, Lucerne Area City Hall and Lower Lake Cemetery District.
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
8.1: Conference with Legal Counsel: Significant Exposure to Litigation pursuant to Art. 54956.9 (d)(2)(e)(1) – A potential case.