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REGULAR MEETING AGENDA



BROOKTRAILS TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

BROOKTRAILS COMMUNITY CENTER

24850 Birch Street, Willits, CA 95490

June 12, 2001





6:15 p.m. Anticipated Litigation - Conference with Legal Counsel

CLOSED SESSION One potential case

District Office (Closed Session per Government Code Section 54956.9)

24860 Birch Street


7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.*

REGULAR SESSION

Brooktrails Community Center

24850 Birch Street

 

A. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

The Presiding Officer will lead Board members and the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance.

 B. ROLL CALL

The Presiding Officer will call the meeting to order and call the roll of members to determine the presence of a quorum.

 C. ADDITIONS/ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA

The Presiding Officer will determine if Board members wish to add an item or make an adjustment to the Agenda.

D. MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

1. The Board will approve or amend and approve, the minutes of previous meetings, including:

April 21, 2001

April 30, 2001

May 8, 2001

 E. SPECIAL PRESENTATION

a) Brad Bradon - General Manager of Liberty Ambulance will be present to discuss Ambulance service in the area and answer questions from the Board and public.


b) John Burns, Registered Professional Forester will be present to discuss the proposed Willits Creek II Timber Harvest Plan for a 233 acre parcel in Spring Creek.

The Board will consider draft letters to CDF and to Regional Water Quality Control Board responding to the THP.

 

F. PUBLIC HEARING

2. Hearing on Fiscal Year 2001-2002 Budget; copies of the proposed Budget first made available to the public on May 1st. Purpose of this hearing is to take public testimony. Adoption of the Fiscal Year Budget is scheduled for June 26, 2001. The Board will also take public testimony on Proposed Rates and Fees Adjustments for Use of the Golf Course. Final action on Golf Rates and Fees by Resolution is proposed.

The new rates would be effective July 1, 2001.

G. PUBLIC COMMENTS

Audience members will be invited to speak regarding matters not on the Agenda, the Board cannot act on items brought up at this time; speakers may be limited to five minutes.

H. ACTION AGENDA

3. Continued discussion of a revised tax for Fire Protection and Prevention. This is follow up from the meeting of May 22, 2001. The General Manager will provide his second report on the proposed fire tax rates.

 

a) Options to enforce the summer fire abatement program, including the possibility of establishing a volunteer inspection program.


b) Consideration of Award of Contract to abate 55 lots of public nuisances (weeds, grasses and other combustible vegetation.) This is follow up from the meeting of May 8, 2001, when the Board awarded contract to abate 12 of 68 lots which were declared a public nuisance. One lot was removed from the list, the remaining lots were put up for bid, and bid opening was June 8th.

c) Selection of Accounting Firm to provide Annual Audit and Management Report. This is follow up to the Board meetings of May 8, 2001 and May 22, 2001.


d) Consideration of a Resolution setting the annual Appropriations Limit pursuant to Article 13A of the State Constitution.

I. SPECIAL REPORTS

General Manager will report on significant activities within the District including but not limited to the following:

 

i. Significant Correspondence received since last meeting:

Letter from MCDA regarding LAFCO - Director Tony Orth


ii. Personnel


iii. Finance

May warrants and report on accounts payable


iv. Planning


v. Possible upcoming agenda items


vi. Other

Receive and file minutes of Safety Committee Meeting of December 03/02/2001

 

J. PUBLIC COMMENTS

Audience members will be afforded a second opportunity to speak regarding matters not on the Agenda; the Board cannot act on items brought up at this time, speakers may be limited to five minutes.


K. ADJOURNMENT

The Board will consider a motion to adjourn.


NOTE: UPCOMING MEETINGS

June 26, 2001

July 10, 2001

July 24, 2001


UPCOMING HOLIDAYS

July 4, 2001 - Independence Day


NOTE: RIGHT OF APPEAL. Persons who are dissatisfied with decisions of the Board of Directors may have the right to review of that decision by a state court. The District has adopted Section 1094.6 of the Code of Civil Procedure which generally limits to 90 days the time within which decisions of the District's Board and agencies may be judicially challenged in state court.


Last Resolution Adopted: 2001-9
Last Ordinance Adopted: 116


*Pursuant to Section 3.18 of Ordinance No. 93, if consideration of all matters on the agenda is not complete by 10:30 p.m., the President shall adjourn to the next regular meeting, at which time those matters shall be taken up for consideration first; except that upon motion of the Board, the meeting may be extended beyond 10:30 p.m. to a stated time.

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