LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — Following the resignation of Lake County’s director of community development last week, the Board of Supervisors is expected to get an update Tuesday on the process of finding her successor.
The board will meet from at 9 am. Tuesday, July 19, in council chambers on the first floor of the Lake County Courthouse, 255 N. Forbes St., Lakeport.
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On Tuesday, the board will review an update on the human resources department’s recruitment process for the position of director of community development. The element is not timed.
Last week, Community Development Manager Mary Darby tendered her resignation to the board after less than a year, following another closed-door performance review, as reported by Lake County. News. His resignation is effective November 4.
A report to the board from county administrative officer Susan Parker said human resources staff will review with the board what steps will be taken for recruitment.
On Thursday, human resources staff opened “ongoing and promotional recruitment” which will have an initial review of applications on August 9, Parker reported. Human Resources also plans to advertise with professional organizations, recruitment sites and social networks.
If, after the initial review of applications, no qualified candidate is produced, Parker said that human resources will request an offer from the various executive search firms.
She said human resources recently completed a request for qualifications for the services of a staffing firm for the public health officer, its own work, and for county attorney positions.
Of the 10 recruitment firms contacted for the request for qualification, Human Resources received only two qualified responses for the recruitment of departmental administrative officer and one for the recruitment of public health officer.
It should be noted that the board hired Parker even before hiring a recruiting firm.
In an untimed item, the board will consider a resolution clarifying eligibility requirements for early activation permits in Lake County.
In a consent agenda item, the board will consider approving the purchase of a custom Mercedes Sprinter 3500 vehicle to serve as Lake County’s new bookmobile, and authorize County Librarian Christopher Veach to issue and sign a purchase order not exceeding $250,000 at Farber Specialty Vehicles, Ohio. This new vehicle is subsidized.
The full agenda follows.
5.1: Approve the agreement between Lake County and Hilltop Recovery Services for the treatment of substance use disorders ASAM levels 1.0, 2.1, 3.1, intensive outpatient and outpatient drug-free treatment services in the amount of $336,150 for the 2022-23 fiscal year and authorize the Chairman of the Board to sign.
5.2: Approve Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement Between Lake County – Lake County Behavioral Health Services as the Lead Agency for the Lake County Continuum of Care and World Wide Healing Hands for fiscal years 2021-22 and 2022-23 and authorize the chair council to sign.
5.3: Approve the minutes of the Supervisory Board meeting of June 28, 2022.
5.4: Approve the purchase of a customized Mercedes Sprinter 3500 vehicle to serve as a mobile library; and authorize the County Librarian/Assistant Purchasing Officer to issue and sign a purchase order not exceeding $250,000 to Farber Specialty Vehicles, Ohio.
5.5: Approve the agreement between Lake County and the Yuba-Yuba, Sutter-Colusa Tri-County Regional Juvenile Rehabilitation Facility for youth housing for the term July 19, 2022 through June 30, 2025, for an amount not to exceed $25,000 during the same fiscal year and authorize the president to sign.
5.6: Adopt a proclamation designating the week of July 17-23 as Probation Officers Week in Lake County.
5.7: Acceptance of a donation from Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake in the amount of $25,000.
5.8: Acceptance of a PackBot IRobot 510 by the Hayward Police Department via the 1033 program.
6.2, 9:06 a.m.: Presentation of proclamation designating the week of July 17-23 as Probation Officers Week in Lake County.
6.3, 9:10 a.m.: Review of ARPA/SLRFF allocation recommendations, in accordance with the Lake County Recovery and Revitalization Plan Not available Not available
6.4, 9:35 a.m.: Review of ordinance to enact Lake County Sheriff’s Office “Military Equipment” Policy #708.
6.5, 10 a.m.: a) Review of an update from Lake County’s Energy Services Co. (ESCo), Trane US Inc., regarding recent progress of the N. Lakeport FLASHES Energy, Disaster and Climate Change Resilience Projects; and b) review of next steps and potential staff direction to develop a Letter of Commitment to pursue North Lakeport projects.
7.2: Continued from July 12, consideration of a resolution adopting a flag display policy.
7.3: Consideration of a resolution clarifying eligibility requirements for early activation permits in Lake County.
7.4: Review of the Second Amendment to the Abandoned Vehicle Towing and Disposal Services Agreement with Kelseyville Auto Salvage Towing to increase the limit of FA 21/22 by $5,500 and FA 22/23 by 10 $000 and approve signature by the President.
7.5: Consideration of an update on the HR recruitment process for the position of Director of Community Development.
8.1: Conference with legal counsel: significant exposure to litigation under the Government Code sec. 54956.9(d)2),(e)(1) — A potential case.
8.2: Conference with legal counsel: Existing dispute pursuant to Art. 549.56.9(d)(1) — Citizens for Environmental Protection and Responsible Planning, et al. v. Lake County, et al.
8.3: Conference with legal counsel: Existing dispute pursuant to Art. 54956.9(d)(1) — Center for Biological Diversity, et al. vs. Lake County.