Modoc Local Agency Formation Commission
REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
Tuesday February 12, 2019 – 4:00 PM
City Council Chambers
Alturas City Hall
200 North Street, Alturas, CA 96101
1. Call to order / Pledge of Allegiance
Commissioners Alternate Members
Marie Neer, Public Member Alt.
Jim Irvin, City Member, Chair Geri Byrne, County Member Alt.
Ned Coe, County Member Cheryl Nelson, City Member Alt
Richard Read, Vice Chair Public Member
Mark Steffek, City Member
Kathie Rhoads, County Member
John Benoit, Executive Officer
Scott Browne, LAFCO Counsel
Jackie Froeming, Clerk
- Approval of the Agenda (Additions and Deletions)
4. Consider Minutes for the December 11, 2018 LAFCo meeting
a. Approve minutes from the December 11, 2018 LAFCo Meeting
5. Public Comment
This is the time set aside for citizens to address the Commission on any item of interest to the public that is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission. For items that are on the agenda, public comment will be heard when the item is discussed. If your comments concern an item that is noted as a public hearing, please address the Commission after the public hearing is opened for public testimony. The Chair reserves the right to limit each speaker to three (3) minutes. Please understand that by law, the Commission cannot make decisions on matters not on the agenda.
6. Authorize payment of Claims for December 2018 and January 2019
a. Authorize payment of claims for December 2018 and January 2019.
7. Public Hearing regarding the initiation of the Dissolution of the Canby Community Service District as required by Chapter 334, Statutes of 2017 (Senate Bill 448)
- Conduct Public Hearing requiring the initiation of the dissolution of the Canby Community Services District.
- Consider adopting LAFCo Resolution 2019-0001, initiation of LAFCo proceedings to dissolve the Canby CSD.
8. Discussion with Daphnedale CSD Board Members and status of the Daphnedale CSD dissolution and consider the repeal of LAFCo Resolution 2018-0001 and opportunities to help Daphnedale function as a CSD going forward.
- Discussion with Daphnedale CSD Board Members and consider repeal of LAFCo initiated resolution 2018-0001 calling for LAFCo to initiate proceedings for the dissolution of the Daphnedale CSD and opportunities to help the CSD function going forward.
9. Review Service Review requirements and conduct a goal setting workshop for Modoc LAFCO with regards to Modoc LAFCO’s role in orderly growth in Modoc County and discuss the need and methods of achieving reorganization of various services.
10. General Discussion regarding work program for FY 2018-2019 provide direction to staff regarding items to be included in the FY 2019-2020 Budget.
11. Authorize staff to attend the Calafco Annual Staff Workshop April 10-13, 2019 in San Jose, Ca.
- Authorize staff to attend the annual Calafco Staff Workshop.
12. Executive Officer’s Report:
- Healthcare District MSR
- 700 Forms are due April 1, 2019
- Adopted 2018 Legislation of significance to LAFCo’s: AB 2238-Fire Hazards, AB 3254-Calafco Omnibus bill, SB-939-Website Legislation, AB 2258 – LAFCo Funding
13. Commissioner Reports - Discussion
This item is placed on the agenda for Commissioners to discuss items and issues of concern to their constituency, LAFCO, and legislative matters.
14. Consider changing the April meeting date from Tuesday April 9th, 2019 to Tuesday April 16, 2019.
Any member appointed on behalf of local government shall represent the interests of the public as a whole and not solely the interest of the appointing authority Government Code Section 56325.1
The Commission may take action upon any item listed on the agenda. Unless otherwise noted, items may be taken up at any time during the meeting.
Public CommentMembers of the public may address the Commission on items notappearing on the agenda, as well as any item that does appear on the agenda, subject to the following restrictions:
Items not appearing on the agenda must be of interest to the public and within the Commission’s subject matter jurisdiction.
No action shall be taken on items not appearing on the agenda unless otherwise authorized by Government Code Section 54954.2 (known as the Brown Act, or California Open Meeting Law).
Members of the public may address the Commission on any item appearing on the agenda as a Public Hearing. The Commission may limit any person's input to a specified time. Written statements may be submitted in lieu of or to supplement oral statements made during a public hearing.
Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the Commission after distribution of the agenda area available for review for public inspection in the Modoc County Planning Department office located at on 203 W. 4thStreet, Alturas CA. [such documents are also available on the Modoc LAFCO website (www.modoc.lafco.ca.gov) to the extent practicable and subject to staff’s ability to post the documents prior to the meeting]
An interpreter for the hearing-impaired may be made available upon request to the Executive Officer 72 hours before a meeting.
The location of this meeting is wheelchair-accessible.
Disclosure & Disqualification Requirements
Any person or group of persons acting in concert who directly or indirectly contribute $1,000 or more in support of or in opposition to a change of organization or reorganization that has been submitted to Modoc LAFCO must comply with the disclosure requirements of the Political Reform Act of 1974 applicable to local initiative measures to be submitted to the electorate. These requirements contain provisions for making disclosures of contributions and expenditures at specified intervals; they may be reviewed at Government Code §§56700.1 and 81000 et seq. Additional information about the requirements pertaining to local initiative measures to be presented to the electorate can be obtained by calling the Fair Political Practices Commission at (916) 322-5660. A LAFCO Commissioner must disqualify herself or himself from voting on an application involving an “entitlement for use” (such as an annexation or sphere amendment) if, within the last twelve months, the Commissioner has received $250 or more in campaign contributions from the applicant, any financially interested person who actively supports or opposes the application, or an agency (such as an attorney, engineer, or planning consultant) representing the applicant or an interested party. The law (Government Code Section 84308) also requires any applicant or other participant in a LAFCO proceeding to disclose the contribution amount and name of the recipient Commissioner on the official record of the proceeding. Contact LAFCO Staff LAFCO staff may be contacted at (530) 233-9625 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Copies of reports to the extent feasible are located on the LAFCO webpage at: www.modoclafco.org