City’s economic development director to meet with Supes Tuesday morning

Tamra Spade, the city’s economic development director, will be introduced to the supervisors and discuss the city and the Susanville Indian Rancheria’s economic development program.

Other items on the agenda include a closed session at 9 a.m. if needed; open session at 9:30 a.m.; public comment; unagendized reports by board members; Public Hearings (10 a.m. — changes to the regulation of activities at the Spalding Boat Ramp); Matters Set For Time Certain (10:20 a.m. — a hearing to consider the recovery of administrative penalties on a property on Deer Road, 10:25 a.m. — a hearing to consider the recovery of administrative penalties on a property on Marr Road, 10:30 a.m. — a hearing to consider the recovery of administrative penalties on a property on Marr Road, 10:35 a.m. a hearing to consider the recovery of administrative penalties on a property on Lyon Road, 10:40 a.m. a hearing to consider the recovery of administrative penalties on a property on Coyote Road, 10:45 a.m. a hearing to consider the recovery of administrative penalties on a property on Highway 36, 10:50 a.m. — an update by Southern Cascades Community Services District Emergency Medical Services, 11 a.m. — U.S. Highway 385 project update); Boards and Commissions (committee appointments); Information and Consent Calendar (letter for support for Plumas Sierra Telecommunications, Discretional Funds, Gallagher; Discretionary Funds Ingram; Discretionary Funds Neely; Discretionary Funds Albaugh; Updated job description for the Assistant Associate Auditor-Appraiser; Minutes from the April 16 and April 23 meetings; a three-year staging, lighting and sound agreement with JMF Entertainment; an amendment to the agreement with Restpadd, Inc.: Miscellaneous Correspondence Items; Department Reports (Economic Development report, broadcast of supervisors’ meetings, an amendment to the county’s purchasing policy, a resolution naming the conference rooms in the Historic Lasse County Courthouse, discussion of sales and use tax in the county, additional funding for the Lassen County Historic Courthouse Renovation Project for tenant improvements, creation of a new investigative assistant position with the district attorney’s office, a $1 million subcontract agreement with Behavioral Health Mobile Crisis and Non-Crisis Services; an amendment to an agreement between the county and the California Department of Social Services, an amendment to the contract with the California Association of Environmental Health Administrators, and information for the board of supervisors).

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