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:
September 12, 2000
E. SPECIAL PRESENTATION
Reception for Mike Chapman, new General Manager, and his wife, Gay. Dessert and coffee will be served.
F. PUBLIC HEARING - None
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
2. Note - at the applicants request, this matter will be deferred until the October 10th meeting. Review of revised application filed by Robert Gitlin for use permit to change occupancy classification of the motel and cabins at Brooktrails Lodge from short term to long term rental units. This matter was continued from the meeting of September 12th.
3. Continued consideration of an agreement with BPOA to lease the Community Center. Their current lease expires November 30, 2000. This lease would be for a 5 year term through November 2005. This matter was continued from the meeting of September 12th to allow the BPOA to obtain bids to determine the cost of upgrades to the electrical system. A limit of $5,000 has been included in the lease.
4. Adoption of a Resolution of Appreciation to out-going General Manager, Paul Williams. It will be formally presented to him at his retirement dinner on October 7, 2000.
5. County Referral U-28-2000, Lace L. May, Jr. Use permit for an automotive and equipment repair facility on a gravel road northwest of the intersection of Ridge and Buckeye Roads.
6. Consideration of a Resolution urging the State Legislature and Governor to support Senate Bill 1637 (Burton): Property Taxes. Senate Bill 1637 would cap the amount of property tax revenues currently shifted to the Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund, as the State now experiences substantial budget surpluses, and begin to restore fiscal health to counties, cities and special districts.
7. State parks recreation grant application. Proposals being considered are possible funding sources for Recreation Grove acquisition.
8. Report of outstanding complaints and requests for action.
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:
Notice from Redwood Valley County Water District requesting support of their pursuit of Eel River water.
Notice of availability of draft County Road Standards.
v. Possible upcoming agenda items
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.
The Board will consider a motion to adjourn.
NOTE: UPCOMING MEETINGS
October 10, 2000
October 24, 2000
November 14, 2000
December 12, 2000
October 9, 2000 - Columbus 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: 2000-46
Last Ordinance Adopted: 114
*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.