Supes will hear staff report on Mesa Street housing proposal tomorrow

Lassen County’s Health and Human Services Department will report on the homeless housing proposal on North Mesa Street at tomorrow’s Board of Supervisors meeting, held at the Board Chambers at 707 Nevada St. The report was not included in the agenda packet.

The board meets in closed session at 9 a.m. with a conference with legal counsel regarding a liability claim.

The board returns to open session at 9:30 a.m. Items on the agenda include approval of an agreement with Geographic Technologies Group for Geographic Information Systems to provide and upgrade of the county GIS technology — computer-based tools used to store, visualize, analyze and interpret geographic data.

on the agenda include the Airport Land Use Commission, The Honey Lake Valley Recreation Authority and the Local Agency Formation Commission.

Items on the information/consent calendar include agreements with several agencies working with the Lassen County Health and Social Services Department; a notice of completion for Center Road; a notice of completion for Hackstaff Road; and approval of funding for Doyle Park Playground equipment and minutes from the board’s Jan. 30 meeting.

Department reports include the Lassen County Fair seeking a multi-million grant for an indoor community event and resiliency center; the possible abandonment of a segment of Poplar Way; side letters of agreement with a number of employee groups; a resolution regarding salaries and benefits for appointed department heads, confidential employees and elected officials, including a 10 percent salary increase; and a resolution restating salaries for the sheriff and undersheriff.

Correspondence includes a conservation easement proposal from the California Wildlife Conservation Board for the Kramer Ranch in Lassen and Modoc counties..

The board’s next meeting will be held at 9 a.m. Feb. 21, 2023.