Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors - July 5, 2022

Open Agenda

Consent Calendar 00:22:56


Items #11 & 12: Fuel Delivery Agreement 00:27:43

11. Consideration of approving Amendment #1 to the agreement with Hunt & Sons, Inc., for Bulk Fuel and Lubricant Delivery Services in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 and extending the term of the agreement by one (1) additional year to June 4, 2023, pursuant to Section 2 to the agreement. 12. Consideration of approving Amendment #1 to the agreement with Hunt & Sons, Inc., for Cardlock Fueling Services in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 and 3 extending the term of the agreement by one (1) additional year to June 4, 2023, pursuant to Section 2 to the agreement.


Item #13: MHSA Annual Update 00:36:51

Consideration of approving the Tuolumne County Behavioral Health Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Annual Update for Fiscal Year 2022-2023.


10:30 a.m. Presentation by the Tuolumne County Grand Jury 01:19:29


Item #14: Behavioral Health residential services - California Psychiatric Transitions 02:18:41

Consideration of approving an agreement for residential services between Tuolumne County Behavioral Health and California Psychiatric Transitions, Inc., in an amount to not exceed $300,000 per fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023, and authorizing the County Administrator to sign all related documents.


Item #15: Behavioral Health Residential Treatment Services - CF Merced 02:28:23

Consideration of approving an agreement for Residential Treatment Services between Tuolumne County Behavioral Health and CF Merced Behavioral, LLC, commencing on July 01, 2022, not to exceed $300,000 for FY 2022-23, and authorizing the County Administrator to sign the agreement and all related documents.


Item #16: Local Indigent Care 02:30:19

Consideration of approval of a $1.5 million grant from County Medical Services Program to the Public Health Department for Local Indigent Care Needs beginning July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2025, requesting the County Administrative Officer to sign all related documents.


Item #17: Pathology/Coroner agreement with Stanislaus Co. Sheriff's Dept. 02:39:37

Consideration of approving an agreement with the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department, to provide forensic pathology and other coroner services to the Tuolumne County Sheriff-Coroner, and authorize the County Administrator to sign.


Return to Item#16 02:44:44


1:30 p.m. Draft Hazardous Vegetation Management Ordinance 02:46:01

1:30 p.m. Presentation, discussion and Board direction on Draft Hazardous Vegetation Management Ordinance


Item #18: PLHA (Housing) 5-yr plan 05:25:04

Presentation and Consideration of approval of the City/County Permanent Local Housing Allocation Five-Year Plan.


Item #19: Fire Insurance 05:59:31

Consideration of approving a letter of support to Insurance Commissioner Lara in his efforts to address fire insurance in the State of California.


Item #20: CARE Court 06:38:15

Consideration of Approving a Letter to Asssemblymember Stone and Assemblymember Wood regarding Concerns with SB 1338 CARE Court/Act Program.


Item #21: CERF Program 06:45:17

Consideration of Appointing a Community Economic Resilience Fund (CERF) Program Contact for Tuolumne County and Approving the Submission of a Letter of Partnership to the Sierra Business Council.


Item #22: Sales Tax 06:59:21

Consideration of waiving the first reading of the ordinance adding Chapter 3.29 of the Tuolumne County Ordinance Code imposing a 1% Transaction and Use Tax (Sales Tax) in the unincorporated area of Tuolumne County to fund sheriff, fire and road services, subject to voter approval and expiring after 10 years, setting the public hearing and second reading of the ordinance for July 19, 2022, and provide staff direction on the associated resolution calling the election and argument in favor of the ballot measure.


Item #23: Adult Protective Services response to Grand Jury Report 07:25:25

Consideration of approving the staff response to the 2020-2022 Grand Jury Report on Adult Protective Services as the response from the Board of Supervisors.