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Regular Meeting:  February 16, 2009

 

MINUTES

 

 

Item 1)  Meeting Call To Order:

 

A) Roll Call:    Present –Battaglia, Barajas, Ford, Kattuah, Stipp 

 

B) Pledge of Allegiance

 

  Item 2) Public Communications:

Supervisor Stocker gave us an overview of the five constraints to growth in the foothills with regards to the Yuba County General Plan.  The five constraints discussed are: 1) SACOG and Caltrans          2) Water issues 3) Fire and Safety services that will be hindered 4)Global warming and 5)Public sentiment.

 

Item 3) Approve Minutes:

 

A) Minutes For Regular Meeting of January 21, 2008

 

Motion To Approve: Kattuah               Second: Gardner    Vote: Cerf, Gardner, Kattuah, Stipp- aye

 

Item 4) Accounting:

 

A) Warrants:  Warrant Detail Sheet provided by General Manager Cerf via e-mail; Chairperson Stipp inquired about January payment to Rich, Fuidge, Morris & Lane.  General Manager Cerf explained that they are the Districts attorneys on retainer.

 

B) Financials: No discussion at this time about financials; accountant Deborah Brooks was absent. 

 

C) Mitigation-Capitol: General Manager Cerf, Chief Hughes and Rich Alvarado, from Capitol, attending Board of Supervisors Meeting.  The Districts new capitol mitigation fees were approved and will take affect March 27, 2009.

 

Item 5) Chief’s Report:  Chief Hughes was absent.  No report.

 

Item 6) Newsletter

A)    Board decided on a newsletter two times a year for LRBV District.  Jacki Poggi will be putting the newsletter together for District and then send to printer shop for printing and mailing. 

 

Motion to authorize $1,600.00 for spring newsletter: Ford  Second: Battaglia

 

Vote: Battaglia, Barajas, Ford, Kattuah, Stipp  - aye

 

Item 7) LAFCO-update on SOI/MSR

District was offered to buy study of all districts for $36.  Board decided not interested in purchasing study, since it was determined by LAFCO the LRBV District is doing fine.

 

 

  Item 8) Station 63

 

The District has received a 90-day extension for the CUP.  Extension is good only until July 24, 2009.  No other extension will be granted to the District.  Board decided to have General Manager Cerf research companies that due both septic and well construction.  Board will decide at March meeting the next steps to take in order to satisfy CUP.

 

Item 9) Correspondence

Director Barajas a letter from Kevin Jeffreys, which states that the union is recommending Cal Fire purchases their own water tenders.

 

Item 10) Board and Staff Members Report

The District received a thank you card from the Yuba County offices for the cookies delivered at Christmas.  Sil and Jacki Poggi made and delivered them on behalf of the District.

                         

 

Adjourned 8:45 p.m.

 

Respectfully Submitted:

Cathy Kattuah- District Vice-Chairperson