Yolo County Housing
Yolo County, California


January 26, 2022

MINUTES


 
The Yolo County Housing met on the 26th day of January, 2022, via teleconference at 3:00 p.m. pursuant to Government Code section 54953(e)(1) (as amended by Assembly Bill 361),
available at the following link.
Present: Richard Lansburgh; Pierre Neu; Dawnte Early; Gloria Partida; Gary Sandy; Karen Vanderford; Joe Walters
Staff Present: Sandra Sigrist, Interim Executive Director
Jim Gillette, Chief Financial Officer
Hope Welton, Agency Counsel
LaTasha Ajeā€™Scott , Housing Programs Manager
Irma Jimenez-Perez, Program Supervisor
Julie Dachtler, Clerk

             
CALL TO ORDER
             
   1. Pledge of Allegiance
             
   2. Roll Call
             
   3. Consider approval of the agenda
             
         

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

MOTION: Neu. SECOND: Early.
AYES: Early, Lansburgh, Neu, Partida, Sandy, Vanderford, Walters.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 

             
   4. Public Comment: Opportunity for members of the public to address the Housing Authority on subjects not otherwise on the agenda relating to Housing Authority business. The Board reserves the right to impose a reasonable limit on time afforded to any topic or to any individual speaker.
             
         

There was no public comment.
 


             
CONSENT AGENDA
             
         

Minute Order No. 22-02: Approved Consent Agenda Item Nos. 5 and 6.

MOTION: Neu. SECOND: Walters.
AYES: Early, Lansburgh, Neu, Partida, Sandy, Vanderford, Walters.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 


             
   5. 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. 
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 


             
   6. Review and Approve Minutes from December 15, 2021 meeting
             
         

Approved the minutes from December 15, 2021 on Consent.
 



             
TIME SET
             
   7. Conduct Public Hearing and Approve a Resolution to Adopt the Agency’s updated Conflict of Interest Code
             
         

Minute Order No. 22-03: Held public hearing and approved recommended action by Resolution No. 22-01.

MOTION: Lansburgh. SECOND: Early.
AYES: Early, Lansburgh, Neu, Partida, Sandy, Vanderford, Walters.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 


             
   8. Conduct Public Hearing and Approve a Resolution to Adopt the proposed amendment to the FY2020-2024 Agency Five -Year Plan and the proposed amendment to the FY2020-2021 Agency Annual Update
             
         

Minute Order No. 22-04: Held public hearing and approved recommended action by Resolution No. 22-02.

MOTION: Early. SECOND: Partida
AYES: Early, Lansburgh, Neu, Partida, Sandy, Vanderford, Walters.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 


             
REGULAR AGENDA
             
   9. Reports from members of the Commission, including announcements and questions to be referred to staff
             
         

There were no reports from members of the Commission; however, Commissioner Lansburgh inquired of the Interim Executive Director how the increased security at Yolano Donnelly was going. She replied they are having some issues with the security company but calls and issues are largely not problematic. 
 

             
   10. Updates from YCH Interim Executive Director
             
         

YCH Commission - Interim ED Updates
 
Davis Migrant Center
The initial winter homeless shelter program ended December 17th, after being open for 3 weeks, due to significant safety and operational concerns.  The City may contract with a non-profit at the end of the next migrant season to again open the shelter program.  The closing walk-through with the City and State is tomorrow. Migrant families will return to the site in late March.
 
February Commission Agenda
This will be focused on the mid-year budget update.  The Deputy Director of Finance and Administration has been working with a budget and administration consultant to develop a comprehensive budget framework for review with the Commission.

Local Partner Programs
The Housing Authority is working with the County of Yolo to purchase, renovate and manage a new residential building/property. The project is funded by the State and is dedicated to providing outpatient residential substance use treatment. 

Additionally, the Housing Authority has been approached by the County’s CalWorks team to expand the numbers of units managed for families who are case managed in their program. 

The Housing Authority has tentatively agreed to continue managing the City of Davis Pacifico property through FY2023 as they move forward with pending plans for renovation and occupancy of all 4 campus buildings.

Finally, in collaboration with the City of Woodland’s Police Department, the Housing Authority has submitted an Office of Emergency Services grant application for 8 additional mounted security cameras on the Yolano Donnelly campus.
 




             
CLOSED SESSION
             
   11. Conference with Labor Negotiator
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6
Bargaining Units: General and Management Units
             
   12. Public Report of action taken in Closed Session.
             
ADJOURNMENT
             
Next meeting is February 23, 2022 at 3:00 p.m.

    

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