YOLO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
&
YOLO COUNTY FINANCING CORPORATION

MINUTES & SUPPORTING MATERIALS


Pursuant to County Code Section 2-1.103


JANUARY 11, 2022 




 





 
COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
CHAIR, ANGEL BARAJAS, DISTRICT 5
VICE-CHAIR, OSCAR VILLEGAS, DISTRICT 1
DON SAYLOR, DISTRICT 2
GARY SANDY, DISTRICT 3
JIM PROVENZA, DISTRICT 4



NOTE: This meeting was held via teleconference, pursuant to Government Code section 54953(e)(1) (as amended by Assembly Bill 361),
available at the following 
link.

 
 
CHAD RINDE
INTERIM COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
PHILIP J. POGLEDICH
COUNTY COUNSEL

Roll Call:
Barajas
Villegas
Saylor
Sandy
Provenza

Chad Rinde, Interim County Administrator
Philip J. Pogledich, County Counsel


             
9:00 A.M. CALL TO ORDER
             
Open Meeting
             
   1. Call to Order.  
             
   2. Pledge of Allegiance.  
             
   3. Roll Call.  
             
   4. Consider Approval of Agenda.  
             
         

Minute Order No. 22-01: Approved agenda as submitted.

MOVED BY: Sandy / SECONDED BY: Villegas
AYES: Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza, Barajas.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 

             
   5. Public Comment: To be afforded a brief period of time to speak before the Board of Supervisors, please refer to further instructions at the end of the agenda on how to electronically participate and submit your public comments. Note: per the Ralph M. Brown Act, Board members may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed during the public comment period on items that are not on the agenda, but may not take action on such items. You may also share your thoughts with the Board of Supervisors by submitting a written statement via email to clerkoftheboard@yolocounty.org.  
             
         

Carolyn Madsen and Juliette Beck addressed the Board of Supervisors during public comment.
 


             
CONSENT AGENDA
             
         

Minute Order No. 22-02: Approved Consent Agenda Item Nos. 3-37, and per SB 1436, it was announced that Agenda Item No. 20 includes a recommendation to provide a salary increase adjustment for County Counsel.

MOVED BY: Provenza / SECONDED BY: Saylor
AYES: Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza, Barajas.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 




             
General Government
             
Clerk of the Board
             
   6. Approve the minutes of the December 7, 2021 Board of Supervisors meeting and the December 14, 2021 Board Governance Session.  
             
         

Approved the minutes of the December 7, 2021 Board of Supervisors meeting and the December 14, 2021 Board Governance Session on Consent.
 


             
   7. Ratify the following:
 
  1. Resolution No. 22-01 proclaiming January 2022 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
     
  2. Resolution No. 22-02 proclaiming January 17, 2022 "Martin Luther King, Jr." Day in Yolo County.
     
  3. Resolution No. 22-03 recognizing Dr. Jonathan London & the UC Davis Center for Regional Change.
 
             
         

Ratified Resolution Nos. 22-01 thru 22-03 on Consent.
 


             
   8. Accept resignations, consider appointments and reappointments.  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 


             
   9. Correspondence.  
             
         

Approved Correspondence on Consent.
 


             
   10. Conferences, meetings and events the Board of Supervisors attended.  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 



             
County Administrator
             
   11. Approve revised calendar of meetings of the Board of Supervisors for 2022. (No general fund impact) (Rinde)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 


             
   12. Approve and authorize the Interim County Administrator or designee to execute an agreement with New Season Community Development Corporation for the Yolo Regional Food Hub Project in an amount not to exceed $888,350. (No general fund impact) (Nunes/Will)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-01 on Consent.
 


             
   13. Authorize the Interim County Administrator or designee to accept the California Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant from the California Office of the Small Business Advocate in the amount of $274,170 and take necessary actions to execute agreement. (No general fund impact) (Cook/Schneegas)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-02 on Consent.
 



             
County Counsel
             
   14. Renew authorization for remote (teleconference/videoconference) meetings by finding, pursuant to Assembly Bill 361, that (a) the COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency is ongoing, and (b) local officials continue to recommend measures to promote social distancing. (No general fund impact) (Pogledich)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 


             
   15. Approve first amendment to Agreement No. 20-55 with Ava Landers, Esq., relating to administration and oversight of the conflict indigent defense panel, and authorize County Counsel to execute agreement. (No general fund impact) (Pogledich)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-03 on Consent.
 



             
General Services
             
   16. Adopt budget resolution transferring the Safety and Security funds to the General Services Department to reflect an increase to the General Services Facilities Division 2021-22 budget by $150,000 to allow General Services to manage, review and approve department requests to use the funds for new security projects or enhancements, to improve their facility security per the Safety and Security Policy adopted by the Yolo County Board of Supervisors on October 26, 2021. (No general fund impact) (4/5 vote required) (Yarris)  
             
         

Approved Budget Resolution No. 21-124.10 on Consent.
 


             
   17. Authorize the use of general fund contingency for additional replacement equipment for the Auger House (Muffin Monster) overall system in the amount of $80,020 and implement a yearly maintenance agreement in the amount of $2,200; adopt a budget resolution adjusting the General Services Department Facilities Division 2021-22 budget by $82,220, and approve an amendment to the 2021-22 Authorized Equipment List. (General fund impact $82,220) (4/5 vote required) (Yarris)  
             
         

Approved Budget Resolution No. 21-124.11 on Consent.
 


             
   18. Authorize submittal of a 2022 grant application for an amount not to exceed $1,500,000 to the Federal Aviation Administration for the Airport Run Up Aprons Construction and adopt resolution in support of the grant application. (No general fund impact) (Yarris)  
             
         

Approved Resolution No. 22-04 on Consent.
 


             
   19. Approve $11,000 work authorization for Kitchell CEM under Agreement No. 20-114 for work related to tenant improvements at 100 West Court Street in Woodland. (No general fund impact) (Yarris)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 



             
Human Resources
             
   20. Adopt Authorized Position and Salary Resolution to implement changes in the County Counsel's Office, District Attorney's Office, Health and Human Services Agency, Innovation and Technology Services and the Sheriff's Office; and approve a starting vacation and sick leave balance for a new hire Lieutenant at the Sheriff's Office. (No general fund impact) (Lara)  
             
         

Per SB 1436, it was announced this item includes a recommendation to provide a salary increase adjustment for County Counsel. Approved Resolution No. 22-05 on Consent.
 




             
Law & Justice Services
             
Sheriff-Coroner/Public Administrator
             
   21. Approve one-year revenue agreement for animal control services with the City of Woodland from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 totaling $1,022,385. (No general fund impact) (Lopez/Johnson)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-04 on Consent.
 


             
   22. Approve resolution authorizing participation in the California Department of Boating and Waterways Fiscal Year 2022-23 Subvention Grant Program, Yolo County Sheriff’s Office signature authority on program-related documents, and County Auditor authority to certify the amount of prior year vessel taxes received. (No general fund impact) (Lopez/Johnson)  
             
         

Approved Resolution No. 22-06 on Consent.
 


             
   23. Approve agreement with the Department of State Hospitals and adopt budget resolution adjusting the 2021-22 Sheriff's Office Detention budget appropriations in the amount of $5,000. (No general fund impact) (4/5 vote required) (Lopez/Johnson)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-05 and Budget Resolution No. 21-124.12 on Consent.
 




             
Health & Human Services
             
Administration
             
   24. Appoint Gena Bravo, President and CEO of Woodland Memorial Hospital, to replace Dr. Ron Clement, as a Yolo County representative on the Partnership HealthPlan of California Board of Commissioners for a four-year term. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 



             
Adult & Aging
             
   25. Approve third amendment to Agreement No. 16-143 with Turning Point Community Programs to extend the agreement through July 31, 2021; and add funding for 2021-22 in the amount of $70,228.96 for a new contract maximum of $5,285,411.96 for the period of July 1, 2016 through July 31, 2021; and to update and clarify language in the agreement, for the provision of Full-Service Partnership Services. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-06 on Consent.
 


             
   26.
Approve second amendment with CommuniCare Health Centers, Inc. to add funding in the amount of $69,359.50, for a new contract maximum of $179,943.50, for the period of August 1, 2020 through June 30, 2022; and to add two option years; and to update and clarify language in the agreement, for the provision of Medication Assisted Treatment Peer Navigator services. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)
 
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-07 on Consent.
 


             
   27.
Ratify second amendments to Agreement No. 21-179 with Empower Yolo with a contract maximum not to exceed $270,000 and Agreement No. 21-180 with Yolo County Children's Alliance with a contract maximum not to exceed $330,000, which adds optional monthly extensions through June 30, 2022 to provide Project Room Key services. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)
 
             
         

Ratified Agreement Nos. 22-08 and 22-09 on Consent.
 


             
   28.
Ratify agreements with Yolo County Children's Alliance for a contract maximum not to exceed $100,000 and Yolo Wayfarer Center dba Fourth and Hope for a contract maximum not to exceed $53,539 to provide homeless services and emergency shelter services through the Community Services Block Grant from January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)
 
             
         

Ratified Agreement Nos. 22-10 and 22-11 on Consent.
 



             
Child, Youth & Family
             
   29.
Approve first amendment to Agreement No. 21-41 with Victor Community Support Services to extend the term of the agreement through December 31, 2021 and add funding in the amount of $100,000 for a new contract maximum of $250,000 for the period of March 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021; and revise the payment method for the provisions of Family Urgent Response System. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)
 
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-12 on Consent.
 


             
   30. Approve Children's Medical Services Plan for 2021-2022. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved recommended action.
 



             
Community Health
             
   31. Approve and authorize the Chair to sign third amendment to Agreement No. 19-188, otherwise known as State Agreement No. 19-10209, with the California Department of Public Health to increase base funding by $12,812 to provide services under the Women, Infants, and Children Program for Federal Fiscal Years 19/20 through 21/22 and add $22,560 to provide services under the Books for Kids Program for State Fiscal Year 21/22, for a new maximum amount of $4,136,902. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-13 on Consent.
 




             
Community Services
             
Community Services
             
   32. Approve amendment to the 2021-22 Authorized Equipment List allowing the purchase of water meters and satellite irrigation controllers for the Wild Wings County Service Area. (No general fund impact)  (Echiburu/Villa)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 


             
   33. Approve a three-year service agreement with Clariti Cloud Inc. in the amount of $516,953 to replace the current permitting and inspection software used in the Department of Community Services, Planning and Building divisions; and accept the terms of the Clariti Accelerator Discount provided in the Pricing Quote. (No general fund impact) (Echiburu/Valenzuela)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-14 on Consent.
 


             
   34. Approve Cooperative Agreement between the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the County of Yolo for funding decorative treatments of street lighting facilities in Caltrans right-of-way affected by Caltrans Project Number 0318000208 on Yolo Avenue. (No general fund impact) (Echiburu/Riddiough)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 22-15 on Consent.
 


             
   35. Approve reimbursement of $51,555 to the Road Fund for FY 21/22 Quarter 1 activities for efforts to assemble construction ready documents, to pursue grant application opportunities, and implement construction of road projects and adopt budget resolution increasing appropriations and estimated revenues for the Road Fund by $51,555. (General fund impact $51,555) (4/5 vote required) (Echiburú/Riddiough)  
             
         

Approved Budget Resolution No. 21-124.13 on Consent.
 




             
County Affiliated Agencies
             
City of Winters
             
   36. Approve request from the City of Winters to change the date of their General Municipal Elections from March/June primary elections to November general elections of every even-numbered year. (No general fund impact) (Salinas)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 



             
Yolo County Financing Corporation
             
   37. Appoint officers including President, Vice Presidents, and Secretary/Treasurer to the Yolo County Financing Corporation, according to the by-laws of the Corporation. (No general fund impact) (Rinde/Dachtler)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 



             
INTRODUCTIONS & HONORARY RESOLUTIONS
             
Introductions
             
   38. Recognition of 2021 California State Association of County (CSAC) Challenge Award Winners:
  1. Yolo County District Attorney Commons Transparency Portal - Challenge Award In the Issue Area of Administration of Justice & Public Safety. (Supervisor Barajas)
  2. Yolo County Cannabis Program - Merit Award In the Issue Area of Environment & Natural Resources. (Supervisor Villegas)
 
             
         

Supervisors Barajas and Villegas recognized the 2021 CSAC Challenge Award Winners.
 



             
Honorary Resolutions
             
   39. Acknowledge Honorary Resolutions.
 
  1. Resolution proclaiming January 2022 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month. (Supervisor Provenza)
     
  2. Resolution proclaiming January 17, 2022 "Martin Luther King, Jr." Day in Yolo County. (Supervisor Sandy)
 
             
         

Resolutions were presented.
 




             
TIME SET AGENDA
             
9:00 a.m. Community Services
             
   40. Hold a public hearing to consider renaming County Road 31A to Buckeye Road, located north of Winters. (Potential general fund impact $988) (Echiburu/Cormier)  
             
         

Minute Order No. 22-03: Held public hearing and approved recommended action.

MOVED BY: Saylor / SECONDED BY: Provenza
AYES: Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza, Barajas.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 



             
1:00 p.m. County Administrator
             
   41. Hold a public hearing and certify Final Environmental Impact Report; approve General Plan Amendment; approve Rezoning Ordinance; approve Off-Channel Surface Mining Permit; and authorize execution of a Development Agreement, among other actions, related to the Teichert Shifler Mining and Reclamation Project (ZF #2018-0078; GPA #2021-03). (No general fund impact) (Cook/Sabatini)  
             
         

The following individuals addressed the Board of Supervisors on this item: John Rector, Scott Steward, Mark Aulman, Tom Hanagan, Peggy Froehlich, Carolyn Chamberlain, Chuck Salocks, Sharon Schwarz, Steve Owen, Charlie Battaglia, Alessa Johns, Jim Burau, Nancy Lea, Jose Heredia (Madison resident), Alan Pryor on behalf of the Sierra Yolano Group, Eileen Samitz, James Barrett, Adelita Serena (Woodland resident), Pan Van Brocklin, Nancy Ullrey, Lemoine Constance, Nancy Price (Davis resident), Juliette Beck, Michael Nevis, Ann Liu, Carolyn Post and Paul Lopez. Additionally, the Clerk read comments from Christine Shewmaker and Angie Louie, and placed into the record the letter from Lynnel Pollock.
 
 

Minute Order No. 22-04: Held public hearing and approved recommended actions by Resolution Nos. 22-07 and 22-08, Zoning Ordinance No. 681.235, Ordinance No. 1546 and Agreement No. 22-16 by taking the following actions:
  1. CERTIFIED FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (EIR) for the Teichert Shifler Mining and Reclamation Project (SCH #2019089053) based on Findings of Fact and a Statement of Overriding Considerations. See Final EIR (Attachment A) and Resolution Certifying the EIR (Attachment B).
     
  2. APPROVED GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT to extend the Mineral Resources Overlay (MRO) land use designation over an additional approximately 212 acres in order to cover the entire 319.3-acre project site. See Resolution Amending General Plan and Adopting MMRP (Attachment C).
     
  3. APPROVED REZONING ORDINANCE to add the Sand and Gravel Overlay (SG-O) over the entire 319.3-acre project site.  See Rezoning Ordinance (Attachment D).
     
  4. APPROVED OFF-CHANNEL SURFACE MINING PERMIT for maximum term of 30-years (through approximately 2051) to extract a maximum of 35,400,000 tons (30,000,000 tons sold) at a base rate not to exceed 2,117,648 tons mined (1,800,000 tons sold) annually on a mining area not to exceed 264.1 acres at depths of 40 to 110 feet below the ground surface, consistent with mining plan sheets M-01 through M-09 (Attachment E), subject to (and as modified by) the Conditions of Approval (Attachment G). Excavated materials shall be processed at the Teichert Woodland plant, which plant shall be subject to the same maximum term and conditions of approval.
     
    1. Modification to Attachment G, Conditions of Approval:
37.2  The Teichert Woodland plant and offices shall be powered by Valley Clean Energy (VCE) UltraGreen energy or equivalent 100 percent renewable/ 100 percent carbon-free electricity by December 31, 2025 at the outset of mining.

91.2 In furtherance of the requirements of Sections 10-4.417 and 10-4.427 of the County Mining Ordinanc as related to both water levels and water quality, operator shall allow nearby residents with domestic water wells to join the Teichert Woodland well monitoring system and have access to monitoring results (at no cost to the resident or County). If a resident's domestic water well experiences adverse to water levels or water quality attributable to Teichert's operations/activities, Teichert shall relocate or redesign the well, or secure a written agreement with the resident documenting their acceptance of the impact (at no expense to the resident or the County).

 
  1. APPROVED MINING TONNAGE ALLOCATION TRANSFER of 1,176,471 tons mined (1,000,000 tons sold) annually from the Teichert Schwarzgruber operation to the Teichert Shifler operation at completion of the Teichert Schwarzgruber operation.
     
  2. APPROVED MINING TONNAGE ALLOCATION TRANSFER of 941,177 tons mined (800,000 tons sold) annually from the Teichert Esparto operation to the Teichert Shifler operation at completion of the Teichert Esparto operation.
     
  3. RETIRED THE UNALLOCATED MINING TONNAGE of 228,392 tons mined (200,000 tons sold), previously assigned to the Teichert Esparto operation, to the Cache Creek Area Plan at completion of the Teichert Esparto operation.
     
  4. REJECTED REQUEST TO UTILIZE 20 PERCENT EXCEEDANCE allowed in Section 10.5-405 of the Mining Ordinance, which would authorize the operator to exceed the maximum annual “base” permitted tonnage transferred from the Schwarzgruber approval by up to 20 percent, which equates to 235,295 tons mined (200,000 tons sold) in any single calendar year provided the running ten-year average does not exceed the maximum permitted base allocation.
     
  5. AUTHORIZED MINING IN THE STREAMWAY INFLUENCE ZONE within 700 feet of, but no closer than 250 feet to, the Cache Creek bank, pursuant to Section 10-4.429(e) of the Mining Ordinance, subject to County approval of a Streambank Stabilization Plan (SSP) in compliance with Section 10-4.429(e) of the Mining Ordinance, and a Flood Hazard Development Permit (FHDP) in compliance with Section 8-4.404 of the County Code, which both shall ensure implementation of Teichert Shifler EIR Mitigation Measure 4.8-4(a) requiring reinforcement improvements in the 700-foot streamway influence zone.
     
  6. APPROVED RECLAMATION PLAN comprised of reclamation plan sheets R-01 through R-09 (Attachment E) and Reclamation Plan Narrative (Attachment F) reflecting reclamation of 319.3 acres to approximately 119.9 acres of agriculture, 90.9 acres of open water lake, 61.2 acres of grassland and slopes, 24.7 acres of riparian habitat primarily along the lake frontage, 13.9 acres in canal and related uses, 7.1 acres in access roads and buffers, 1.6 acres in oak woodland, subject to (and as modified by) conditions of approval (Attachment G).
     
    1. Modification to Attachment G, Conditions of Approval:
37.2  The Teichert Woodland plant and offices shall be powered by Valley Clean Energy (VCE) UltraGreen energy or equivalent 100 percent renewable/100 percent carbon-free electricity by December 31, 2025 at the outset of mining.

91.2   In furtherance of the requirements of Sections 10-4.417 and 10-4.427 of the County Mining Ordinance as related to both water levels and water quality, operator shall allow nearby residents with domestic water wells to join the Teichert Woodland well monitoring system and have access to monitoring results (at no cost to the resident or County).  If a resident’s domestic water well experiences adverse effects to water levels or water quality attributable to Teichert’s operations/activities, Teichert shall relocate or redesign the well, or secure a written agreement with the resident documenting their acceptance of the impact (at no expense to the resident or the County).
 
  1. AUTHORIZED ACCEPTANCE OF ADDITIONAL NET GAINS - Applicant will dedicate to County the Shifler In-Channel property and the Schwarzgruber lake and habitat property as additional net gains. As provided in sub-paragraph (B), these properties may be accepted by the Board pursuant to Section 10.5-525 as satisfying up to 212 acres of the requirement for agricultural mitigation in excess of the base ratio of 1:1 in the event the conditions of sub-paragraph (A) are not met.
     
    1. If base agricultural mitigation occurs within a designated priority area within 1 year, then net gains are accepted and the obligation is satisfied.
       
    2. If (A) does not occur, the extra net gains obligation remains and applicant shall return to the Board not later than February 1, 2023, for determination of the additional obligations to satisfy the agricultural offset requirement.
       
  2. AUTHORIZED EXECUTION OF A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT between Yolo County, Teichert, Inc., and LJ Shifler Family Trust documenting, among other items, payment of per-ton fees, implementation of all conditions of approval and EIR mitigation measures, compliance with the spirit and intent of the CCAP and all related policies and requirements, and implementations of identified public benefits known as "net gains" (Attachment H).
     
    1.  Modifications to Attachment H, Development Agreement”
Page 3: "Cash donation of $15,000 $150,000 to for the Cache Creek Nature Preserve or Cache Creek Natural Preserve Endowment Fund within one year of approval of the Project."
 
Page 4-5:  Same changes as shown herein each action 1 through 12

Page 12:  “(iii) Dedication of Shifler In-Channel and Setback Area – At the time of reclamation sign-off and release of financial assurance mechanism for the Woodland Plant site, Property Owner shall dedicate to the County the northerly area of the Shifler property totaling approximately 80 acres and located primarily in-channel (Exhibit D).  The property shall not be encumbered by easements for habitat conservation or other purposes at the time of conveyance.  Teichert intends to satisfy required agricultural offsets pursuant to Mitigation Measure 4.2-1(b) and (c) at a 1:1 ratio by securing fee title or easements within the County priority conservation area for agricultural mitigation as defined in Section 8-2.404(d) of the County Code. However, the in the event Teichert does not secure the offsets in the County priority conservation area, the Board of Supervisors may, in its sole discretion, accept this property shall qualify as a partial offset to agricultural mitigation required under Section 10-5.525 of the Reclamation Ordinance. provided Developer with the minimum mitigation requirements set forth therein."

Page 13:  “(v) Dedication of Schwarzgruber Property – At the time of reclamation sign-off and release of financial assurance mechanism for the Schwarzgruber site (ZF#2011-0035), Developer will dedicate the Schwarzgruber reclaimed site (APN 025-350-038) (±123 acres) (Exhibit D) to the County in fee with no easements for habitat conservation or other purposes at the time of conveyance.  Teichert intends to satisfy required agricultural offsets pursuant to Mitigation Measure 4.2-1 (b) and (c) at a 1:1 ratio by securing fee title or easements within the County priority conservation area for agricultural mitigation as defined in Section 8-2.404(d) of the County Code.  However, the in the event Teichert does not secure the offsets in the County priority conservation area, the Board of Supervisors may, in its sole discretion, accept this property shall qualify as a partial offset to agricultural mitigation required under Section 10-5.525 of the Reclamation Ordinance. provided Developer complies with the minimum mitigation requirements set forth therein.

Page 14:  “(xi) Monetary or In-Kind Contribution for the Cache Creek Nature Preserve – Within one year of Project approval, Developer shall contribute to the County Cache Creek Conservancy cash and/or in-kind services, at the County’s discretion, with a combined value of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) one hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) in cash for the purposes of providing matching funds for capital improvements to the Cache Creek Nature Preserve, the Cache Creek Nature Preserve Endowment Fund, or as otherwise agreed by the parties.  Developer shall pay $30,000 annually by January 11 of 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, and 2027 within one year of approval of the Project.”
  1. Directed County staff to require aggregate mining vehicles and equipment to be zero emission if feasible, as a component of the CCAP ten-year review of the program and permits.
     
  2. Directed County staff to make available an easy to use and understand reporting of CCAP monitoring, including operator compliance with CCAP requirements and implementation of net gains.

MOVED BY: Saylor / SECONDED BY: Villegas
AYES: Villegas, Saylor, Provenza, Barajas.
NOES: Sandy.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 





             
REGULAR AGENDA
(NOTE: Items below may be heard at any time during the meeting)
             
General Government
             
Board of Supervisors
             
   42. Action items and reports from members of the Board of Supervisors, including announcements, questions to be referred to staff and reports on various 2x2s and meetings with other agencies. (Board of Supervisors)
 
  1. Adult Day Health Center Ad Hoc Subcommittee update. (Supervisors Sandy and Provenza)
     
  2. 2021 Budget Ad Hoc Subcommittee update. (Supervisors Provenza and Barajas)
     
  3. Capital Investments Committee update. (Supervisors Saylor and Barajas)
     
  4. Fire Protection Sustainability Ad Hoc Subcommittee update. (Supervisors Sandy and Barajas)
     
  5. Tribal Ad Hoc Subcommittee update. (Supervisors Villegas and Barajas)
     
  6. Legislative Advocacy Ad Hoc Subcommittee update. (Supervisors Sandy and Provenza)
     
  7. Approve 2022 Board Assignments. (Board of Supervisors)
 
             
         

Received Board Reports.
 
 

Minute Order No. 22-05: Approved 2022 Board Assignments with the following changes:
  • MCAH: Moved from Supervisor Provenza to Supervisor Sandy
  • Countywide Successor Oversight Board: Moved from Supervisor Sandy to Supervisor Provenza
  • LMHB: Supervisors Villegas and Provenza are Co-liaisons, not primary and alternate
  • SACOG: Removed Transportation from under Supervisor Villegas, as he mentioned he would not be taking on the Transportation Subcommittee role.
MOTION BY: Provenza / SECONDED BY: Sandy
AYES: Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza, Barajas.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 
 

Supervisor Provenza introduced his new Supervisor's Deputy, Sheila Allen.
 




             
   43. Long Range Planning Calendar - recurring opportunity for Board members to discuss and as needed, direct staff regarding future Board agenda items. (Board of Supervisors)  
             
County Administrator
             
   44. Action items and reports from the Interim County Administrator. (Rinde)  
             
         

Received Report from the Interim County Administrator.
 




             
General Government
             
County Administrator
             
   45. Receive update and consider any actions needed to support the COVID-19, a virus in the Coronavirus family, response and recovery strategies. (No general fund impact) (Rinde/Sisson)  
             
         

Lupita T. and Valerie Olson addressed the Board of Supervisors on this item.
 
 

Received update and considered any actions needed to support the COVID-19, a virus in the Coronavirus family, response and recovery strategies.
 


             
   46. Receive presentation on American Rescue Plan Mini Grants Program and authorize implementation of program. (No general fund impact) (Nunes/York)  
             
         

Minute Order No. 22-06: Approved recommended action and shortened the application period closing date from May 31, 2022 to March 31, 2022.

MOTION BY: Provenza / SECONDED BY: Villegas
AYES: Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza, Barajas.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 


             
   47. Receive update on the 2021 California legislative session and consider the proposed 2022 Intergovernmental Advocacy Policy and Advocacy Priorities for Yolo County. (No general fund impact) (Rinde/Tengolics)  
             
         

Kate Laddish addressed the Board of Supervisors on this item.
 
 

Minute Order No. 22-07: Approved recommended action.

MOVED BY: Saylor / SECONDED BY: Provenza
AYES: Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza, Barajas.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 





             
CLOSED SESSION
             
Closed Session
             
   48. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1)
Name of case: Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation v. County of Yolo (Yolo Superior Court No. CV2021- 1864)
 
             
   49. Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)
Significant exposure to litigation: 1 case(s)
 
             
   50. Public Report of action taken in Closed Session.  
             
ADJOURNMENT
             
Next meeting scheduled for:
  • Strategic Planning Session, January 18, 2022
  • Board of Supervisors Meeting, January 25, 2022

    

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