LoCOBot / @ 4:30 p.m. / Agendizer

Humboldt County Board of Supervisors
June 11, 2024, 9 a.m.





1. Approval of Cooperative Agreement No. 24-0143-000-SA, Fuels, Lubricants and Automotive Products Program with the California Department of Food and Agriculture in the Amount of $4,725

The Agricultural Commissioner is recommending that the Board of Supervisors approve a Cooperative Agreement with the California Department of Food and Agriculture for a program related to fuels, lubricants, and automotive products. The agreement is for $4,725 and involves inspections to ensure compliance with regulations. The county will receive reimbursement for these inspections. It is important for the Board to approve this agreement so that the county can receive the necessary funding for mandated services.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a movie trailer!

In a world where regulations can make or break a county’s budget, one small rural town must make a tough decision that could change everything. Join the Board of Supervisors of Humboldt County as they gather to discuss and vote on a crucial Cooperative Agreement with the California Department of Food and Agriculture.

With $4,725 on the line, tensions run high as the Agricultural Commissioner presents their case for approval. Will the Board of Supervisors give the green light to the Fuels, Lubricants, and Automotive Products program? Or will they risk losing out on much-needed funding for mandated enforcement activities?

Follow the twists and turns of local government in action as they navigate budget constraints, regulatory requirements, and even waivers from the Nuclear-Free Ordinance. Will the county be able to maintain uniformity in petroleum product advertising and labeling, or will they be forced to forgo crucial funding and face potential violations?

“County of Humboldt: Decision Day” - coming soon to a meeting room near you. Will you be there to witness the drama, the suspense, and the ultimate decision that could change the fate of this small town forever?

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportCooperative Agreement No. 24-0143-000-SA.pdf

2. Certificates of Recognition for Soroptimist International of Arcata Annual Award Recipients

Supervisor Mike Wilson is recommending that the Board of Supervisors authorize the Chair to sign certificates of recognition for the annual award recipients of Soroptimist International of Arcata. The winners include Ruby Jordan, Jasmine McKnight, Ciel Bazen, and Alexandria Morse. There will be no financial impact as these certificates are ceremonial. The Board wants to honor the winners at their dinner on June 12, 2024.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a Pokemon duel!

The Pokemon duel takes place in the lush forests of Humboldt County, where the Soroptimist International of Arcata annual award winners have gathered to receive their certificates of recognition. Ruby Jordan, wielding a powerful Jolteon, stands poised for battle while Jasmine McKnight, with her agile Espeon, prepares to face off.

As the battle begins, Jolteon launches a barrage of electric attacks at Espeon, but Espeon gracefully dodges each one with its psychic abilities. In retaliation, Espeon unleashes a psychic blast that leaves Jolteon reeling.

Meanwhile, Ciel Bazen steps forward with her fierce Tyranitar, ready to take on the challenge. Tyranitar’s massive strength and rock-hard exterior prove to be a formidable opponent for Espeon. However, Espeon’s clever tactics and psychic abilities allow it to outmaneuver Tyranitar and land a decisive blow.

Lastly, Alexandria Morse steps onto the battlefield with her graceful Gardevoir, a Pokemon known for its unwavering loyalty and strength. Gardevoir and Espeon engage in a fierce battle of psychic power, with each Pokemon demonstrating their exceptional skills and abilities.

In the end, it is a close match, but the ultimate victor is Jasmine McKnight’s Espeon, whose psychic prowess and strategic maneuvers prove to be the deciding factor. With a final burst of energy, Espeon emerges triumphant, securing victory for its trainer and earning the respect of all in attendance. The Soroptimist International of Arcata annual award winners celebrate their Pokemon duel victory with pride and honor as they receive their certificates of recognition from the Board of Supervisors.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportArcata Certificates.pdf

3. Juneteenth Proclamation

A proclamation is being recommended to the Board of Supervisors to declare June 19, 2024 as Juneteenth Day in Humboldt County. Juneteenth celebrates the end of slavery in the United States and is a paid holiday for county staff. The proclamation aims to bring awareness and celebrate this historical day of freedom. The funding for related expenditures has already been included in the county’s budget.

— LoCOBot

… or, as an episode of Scooby Doo!

The gang is driving through Humboldt County, enjoying the beautiful scenery and fresh air. They come across a flyer for the upcoming Juneteenth Day celebration and decide to check it out.

SCOOBY: Ruh-roh, Raggy! What’s Joo-teenth Day?
VELMA: Juneteenth Day is a day to celebrate the end of slavery in the United States, Scooby.
DAPHNE: It’s an important piece of American history that not many people know about.

As the gang arrives at the Juneteenth Day celebration, they see a large crowd gathered, enjoying music, food, and dancing. Supervisor Mike Wilson is giving a speech about the significance of the day.

SHAGGY: Like, this is awesome, man! I never knew about Juneteenth before.
FRED: It’s great to see the community come together to celebrate such an important day in history.
VELMA: But something doesn’t seem right. Why would someone want to sabotage such a positive event?

Suddenly, the lights go out and chaos erupts as people start running in all directions. The gang quickly springs into action, trying to find out what’s causing the commotion.

DAPHNE: Let’s split up and search for clues. Scooby and Shaggy, you check out the food vendors.
FRED: Velma, you and I will search the stage area for any signs of trouble.

Scooby and Shaggy stumble upon a mysterious figure sneaking around the food tents. They give chase, only to have the figure disappear into the shadows.

SCOOBY: Rikes, Raggy! That was one sneaky ghost!
SHAGGY: Zoinks! Let’s go tell the others what we saw.

Velma and Fred find clues that lead them to a hidden room underneath the stage. Inside, they find the culprit, who was trying to sabotage the celebration by cutting the power.

VELMA: It looks like someone didn’t want this Juneteenth Day celebration to happen.
FRED: Let’s see who’s behind this mask.

The gang unmasks the culprit, revealing it to be a disgruntled former county employee who was upset about having to work on the holiday.

SCOOBY: Reah, that’s rotten!
DAPHNE: Well, it looks like Juneteenth Day is back on track thanks to the Mystery Inc. team.

As the celebration resumes, Supervisor Mike Wilson thanks the gang for their quick thinking and bravery in solving the mystery. The gang joins in the festivities, dancing and enjoying the Juneteenth Day celebration with the rest of the community.

VELMA: Another mystery solved, thanks to teamwork and perseverance.
FRED: And a little bit of luck, too. Let’s enjoy the rest of the celebration, gang.

The gang dances off into the sunset, happy to have helped bring awareness to such an important day in history. Juneteenth Day in Humboldt County was a success, thanks to the efforts of Mystery Inc.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportJuneteenth.pdf

4. Approval of the Action Summary - Meeting of May 21, 2024

The County of Humboldt is asking the Board of Supervisors to approve the Action Summary of their meeting on May 21, 2024. The recommendation is to approve the summary and authorize the Clerk of the Board to sign the Minute Book. This approval will have no financial impact on the General Fund. If needed, the Board can direct the Clerk of the Board to make any necessary edits.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a detective story!

Detective John Miller sat at his desk, flipping through the Action Summary for the meeting of May 21, 2024 in Humboldt County. Something about this document seemed off to him. As he read through the list of actions taken by the Board of Supervisors, a feeling of unease washed over him.

There were the usual approvals and authorizations, nothing out of the ordinary. But as John looked closer at the Minute Book, he noticed a discrepancy. One of the actions listed, the approval of a new construction project in the county, didn’t match the details in the meeting minutes. It was as if someone had slipped in a fake approval and tried to cover it up.

John’s detective instincts kicked in. He knew there was more to this than met the eye. As he delved deeper into the document, he discovered that the source of funding for the construction project was listed as the General Fund, but there was no record of any such allocation in the county budget.

With a sinking feeling in his gut, John knew he had stumbled upon something big. Someone was trying to embezzle money from the county, and they were using the Board of Supervisors to do it. But who could be behind this scheme? And how deep did it go?

John knew he had to act fast. He gathered his team of investigators and set out to unravel the mystery. As they dug deeper into the records and interviewed key personnel, they uncovered a web of deceit and corruption that reached all the way to the top.

With time running out, John and his team raced against the clock to gather enough evidence to bring the culprits to justice. It was a dangerous game of cat and mouse, with the fate of the county hanging in the balance.

In the end, John’s tenacity and keen investigative skills paid off. The guilty parties were brought to justice, and the county was saved from financial ruin. As he sat back in his office, John knew that his work was far from over. But for now, he could take solace in the fact that justice had been served in the County of Humboldt. And he would always be ready to answer the call of duty, no matter what challenges lay ahead.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportAction Summary - May 21, 2024 .pdfMinute Sheet.pdf

5. Approval of the Action Summary - Meeting of May 20, 2024

The County of Humboldt is asking the Board of Supervisors to approve the Action Summary for the meeting held on May 20, 2024. This summary includes all the actions taken during that meeting. There is no financial impact on the General Fund if the summary is approved. The Board can choose to edit the summary if necessary.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a romance story!

In the quaint County of Humboldt, where rolling hills and majestic redwood trees created a peaceful backdrop, a fiery love story was about to unfold.

Amelia, the diligent Clerk of the Board, found herself drawn to the mysterious Board Chair, Ethan. His commanding presence and kind heart had always intrigued her. Despite their professional relationship, Amelia couldn’t help but feel a flutter in her heart whenever she was near him.

As the Board of Supervisors gathered for their meeting on June 11, 2024, Amelia found herself distracted by thoughts of Ethan. When the time came to approve the Action Summary from their previous meeting, Amelia’s hands trembled as she passed the documents to Ethan for his signature.

Ethan looked up from the papers, his gaze meeting Amelia’s. There was a spark between them, an unspoken connection that neither could deny. In that moment, they both knew that their feelings went beyond professional courtesy.

After the meeting adjourned, Ethan approached Amelia, a determined expression on his face. “I can’t ignore this any longer,” he confessed. “I’ve felt drawn to you since the moment we met. Will you allow me the pleasure of taking you out for dinner tonight?”

Amelia’s heart soared with joy as she eagerly accepted his offer. They dined at a cozy little restaurant overlooking the ocean, trading stories and getting to know each other on a deeper level. And as the night wore on, the sparks between them ignited into a blazing inferno of passion.

From that day on, Amelia and Ethan’s love story blossomed against the backdrop of Humboldt County. They spent their days working side by side, their love growing stronger with each passing moment. And as they looked towards the future, they knew that their romance was written in the stars, destined to last for eternity.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportAction Summary - May 20, 2024.pdfMinute Sheet.pdf

6. Renewal of Redwood Region Entertainment and Education Liaisons, Inc. (RREEL) Agreement

The County of Humboldt is recommending renewing an agreement with RREEL for film-related services. The agreement includes adding a film incentive program and delegating film permit coordination activities to RREEL. The funding for this program comes from Transient Occupancy Tax revenue. The agreement aims to promote film production in Humboldt County and support the local economy. Staff recommends approving the renewal for three years.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a bildungsroman!

Title: Lights, Camera, Humboldt: A Journey in Film

Protagonist: Maya Banks

Maya Banks had always dreamed of making it big in the film industry. Growing up in the small County of Humboldt, she was surrounded by the lush redwood forests and breathtaking natural landscapes that had attracted filmmakers to the region for years. As a child, she would spend hours watching movies and envisioning herself on the big screen, living out adventures and telling stories that would captivate audiences around the world.

Despite her passion for film, Maya had never considered that her dreams could become a reality in her own hometown. It wasn’t until she attended a community meeting where the renewal of the agreement with the Redwood Region Entertainment and Education Liaisons, Inc. (RREEL) was being discussed, that she realized the potential for growth and opportunity right at her doorstep.

As she listened to the presentation about the Film Humboldt incentive program and the impact that film production had on the local economy, Maya felt a spark of inspiration ignite within her. This was her chance to be a part of something bigger, to contribute to the vibrant arts community in Humboldt County, and to pursue her passion for storytelling through the medium of film.

Determined to seize this opportunity, Maya approached the RREEL team after the meeting and expressed her interest in getting involved. They were impressed by her enthusiasm and offered her an internship to learn the ropes of film production and promotion. Over the course of the next three years, Maya dove headfirst into the world of filmmaking, gaining invaluable experience and knowledge that she could have never imagined.

Through her work with RREEL, Maya met industry professionals, honed her skills in marketing and event coordination, and developed a deep appreciation for the art of storytelling through film. She traveled across Humboldt County, scouting locations, assisting with film permits, and promoting local talent to attract filmmakers to the region. Each day brought new challenges and opportunities for growth, pushing Maya out of her comfort zone and encouraging her to push the boundaries of her creativity.

As Maya’s internship came to an end, she found herself transformed by the experiences and relationships she had cultivated along the way. She had blossomed from a wide-eyed dreamer into a confident and capable young professional, ready to take on the world of filmmaking with passion and purpose. With the support of RREEL and the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission, Maya knew that her journey was only just beginning.

Armed with a newfound sense of determination and a network of mentors and friends in the industry, Maya set out to pursue her dreams of becoming a filmmaker in her beloved County of Humboldt. The lights, camera, and action of her childhood fantasies were now within reach, and she was ready to make her mark on the silver screen, one frame at a time.

— LoCOBot


Staff Report

7. Appointment of the Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures and Approval of an Advance Step

The County of Humboldt is recommending the appointment of Weylan Shaw as the Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures. Shaw has been serving in this position since December 2021 and has not received any step increases. The financial impact of this appointment is estimated to be $230,754 for the upcoming fiscal year. The recommendation is for the Board of Supervisors to approve Shaw’s appointment and advance step placement.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a chanson!

Dans le comté de Humboldt, une décision est prise,
Pour nommer un commissaire agricole, c’est bien mérité.
Weylan Shaw, avec son expertise, prendra la place,
Et avec un pas en avant, il brillera de grâce.

Depuis décembre 2021, il a agi en intérim,
Maintenant, le moment est venu pour ce doux matin.
Pas d’augmentation de salaire, malgré ses efforts,
Il est temps de reconnaître son travail avec honneur.

La recommandation du personnel est claire et précise,
Que le conseil des superviseurs approuve ce choix de délice.
Les fonds nécessaires sont disponibles dans le budget,
Pour assurer l’avenir de cette mission sans aucun remous.

Avec un salaire annuel prévu de deux cent trente mille,
Weylan Shaw fera briller le comté, c’est une merveille.
Aucune autre agence n’est impliquée dans cette décision,
C’est au conseil de choisir avec passion.

Ensemble, ils avancent vers un avenir lumineux,
Grâce à la force de leur expertise et de leurs vœux.
Le comté de Humboldt prospère, sous leur gouvernance,
Et la nomination de Weylan Shaw est une belle avance.

— LoCOBot


Staff Report

8. Extension of Extra-Help Hours - County Counsel 1100-121 (4/5 Vote Required)

The County Counsel is requesting approval to extend extra-help employment hours for Gabriel Smith to a maximum of 998 hours for fiscal year 2023-2024. This extension is necessary to maintain an appropriate level of service and manage workload. The estimated cost for this extension is $513. Approval of this request will not impact the county’s General Fund.

— LoCOBot

… or, as Schoolhouse Rock!

(Verse 1)
In the County of Humboldt, on the 6/11 of 2024
A meeting of the Board of Supervisors, they had much in store
File number 24-962, on the agenda to review
An extension of extra-help hours, for Gabriel Smith to pursue

Oh, County Counsel, asking for a vote of 4/5
To extend Gabriel’s hours, keep the office alive
Supporting core services, in the County so grand
Oh, County of Humboldt, we’ll lend a helping hand

(Verse 2)
Gabriel Smith, a faithful worker, helping all year long
An Office Assistant II, making sure nothing goes wrong
From legal matters to admin tasks, he’s on the ball
Now an extension of hours, to answer the call

Oh, County Counsel, asking for a vote of 4/5
To extend Gabriel’s hours, keep the office alive
Supporting core services, in the County so grand
Oh, County of Humboldt, we’ll lend a helping hand

Funding sources are in place, no need to fear
No impact on the General Fund, the path is clear
Paying into PERS, Affordable Care Act in mind
These details are important, County Counsel always in line

Oh, County Counsel, asking for a vote of 4/5
To extend Gabriel’s hours, keep the office alive
Supporting core services, in the County so grand
Oh, County of Humboldt, we’ll lend a helping hand

In the County of Humboldt, on this 6/11 day
Board of Supervisors, making sure we’re okay
Extension of extra-help hours, for Gabriel to thrive
Oh, County of Humboldt, keeping our community alive!

— LoCOBot


Staff Report

9. Professional Services Agreement with Area 1 Agency on Aging up to $84,106 Regarding the Provision of Administrative Services Related to the Development, Implementation and Administration of an Area Plan Pertaining to Support Services Provided to Older Adults Residing in Humboldt County

The Board of Supervisors is being asked to approve a professional services agreement with Area 1 Agency on Aging for administrative services related to support services for older adults in Humboldt County. The agreement is for up to $84,106 for the period of July 1, 2024, through June 30, 2025. The services provided are required by the Older Americans Act. The funding for this agreement comes from state/federal funds. Approval of the agreement will not impact current staffing levels. The Board is recommended to approve the agreement to ensure efficient and effective support services for older adults in the county.

— LoCOBot

… or, as smack talk from a professional wrestler!

Listen up, Board of Supervisors! You wanna talk about approving some professional services agreement with some Agency on Aging? Well, let me tell you something. I don’t care about your boring paperwork. All I care about is winning, and I will do whatever it takes to make sure that happens. You want to authorize some chair to execute some agreement for support services for older adults in Humboldt County? Go ahead, sign your little papers. But just know, I’m always one step ahead, and I will do whatever it takes to come out on top. So go ahead, make your move. But just remember, I am the true champion, and I will not be defeated.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportFY 24-25 A1AA Administrative Support Services Agreement Final

10. Grant Agreement with California CareForce Regarding the Provision of Accessible, Low-Barrier Medical Services in Humboldt County

The County of Humboldt is recommending that the Board of Supervisors approve a grant agreement with California CareForce to provide accessible, low-barrier medical services in the county. The grant would provide $10,000 for a two-day clinic in July, offering medical exams, screenings, vision exams, dental services, and more at no cost to residents. The funding would support rental fees for the clinic location and meals for volunteers. The grant agreement is part of the county’s efforts to improve healthcare access for residents.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a scene from a thriller!

The meeting room was packed with concerned citizens, officials, and volunteers, all eager to discuss the grant agreement with California CareForce. Supervisor Carter sat at the head of the table, flipping through the documents in front of her as she listened to the arguments for and against the agreement.

As the discussion continued, a sense of unease settled over the room. There were whispers of corruption and hidden agendas, accusations thrown back and forth like daggers. Supervisor Carter frowned, trying to steer the conversation back on track.

But just as she opened her mouth to speak, the lights flickered and went out, plunging the room into darkness. A few gasps echoed through the room, quickly followed by panicked whispers. Supervisor Carter reached for her phone, fumbling in the dark to turn on the flashlight.

As the beam of light cut through the darkness, she caught movement out of the corner of her eye. Someone was standing in the shadows at the back of the room, watching them. Supervisor Carter’s heart pounded in her chest as she strained to make out the figure in the dim light.

Suddenly, a voice broke the silence, sending chills down Supervisor Carter’s spine. “You shouldn’t have come here,” the voice whispered, low and menacing.

Before anyone could react, chaos erupted in the room. Shouts and cries filled the air as people scrambled to their feet, trying to make sense of the situation. Supervisor Carter knew they were in danger, but she had no idea who the mysterious figure was or what they wanted.

As the lights flickered back on, the figure disappeared, leaving behind a sense of fear and uncertainty. Supervisor Carter knew that the meeting had taken a dark turn, and the grant agreement with California CareForce was now at the center of a dangerous conspiracy. And she had no idea who she could trust.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportGrant Agreement with California CareForce Regarding the Provision of Accessible, Low-Barrier Medical Services in Humboldt County

11. Behavioral Health Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Substance Use Disorder Supplemental Budget (Requires 4/5 Vote)

In the County of Humboldt, there is a recommendation to approve a supplemental budget of $1,833,324 for Fiscal Year 2023-2024 in the Department of Health and Human Services - Behavioral Health Fund for Substance Use Disorder services. This increase in funding is needed to meet the requirements of the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System Pilot Program and provide necessary services to individuals with substance use disorders in the county. The funding will come from State Drug Medi-Cal, Federal Drug Medi-Cal, and Patient Revenue sources. It is important to approve this budget to ensure that residents have access to quality healthcare services.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a science-fiction story!

It was the year 2024 in the County of Humboldt, and the Board of Supervisors was convening to discuss a critical issue regarding the Behavioral Health Department’s Substance Use Disorder (SUD) budget. The recommendation on the table was to approve a supplemental budget of $1,833,324 for the Fiscal Year 2023-2024. This additional funding was necessary to support the expansion and improvement of the county’s processes for treating individuals with substance use disorders.

The Substance Use Disorder division was dedicated to providing recovery-oriented services to help program participants develop the skills needed to live free from harmful substances. With the approval of the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (DMC-ODS) Pilot Program, the state of California aimed to enhance its treatment services for those struggling with substance use disorders. Participation in this program required counties to provide a full continuum of treatment services based on the American Society of Addiction Medicine criteria.

In collaboration with Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC), the County of Humboldt had submitted a DMC-ODS Pilot Program Implementation Plan, which was now known as the Wellness and Recovery Program Regional Model. This program aimed to identify and provide covered DMC-ODS services to eligible beneficiaries in the county. In order to meet the obligations related to Indian Health Care Providers (IHCP) in DMC-ODS counties, the county had to adjust its budget to accommodate the all-inclusive rate payments.

As the meeting progressed, concerns were raised about the financial impact of the supplemental budget and the projected expenditures for the coming years. While the funding sources included State and Federal funds, as well as patient revenue, it was clear that additional resources were needed to sustain the county’s efforts in addressing substance use disorders effectively.

Amidst the discussions, a sudden disruption occurred in the meeting room, causing the lights to flicker and the room to shake. As everyone looked around in confusion, a bright flash of light illuminated the room, and a mysterious figure appeared before them. It was a being unlike anything they had ever seen, with glowing eyes and a metallic sheen to its skin.

“I am from a distant planet,” the being spoke in a voice that seemed to reverberate through the room. “We have been monitoring your efforts to combat substance use disorders, and we believe we can offer assistance.”

The Board of Supervisors was stunned, unsure of how to respond to this unexpected visitor. But as the being explained its advanced technology and knowledge of behavioral health treatments, they began to see the potential benefits of accepting its help.

In the days that followed, the alien being worked alongside the county’s Behavioral Health Department, introducing innovative treatments and therapies that revolutionized their approach to substance use disorders. With the alien’s assistance, the county was able to make significant progress in supporting individuals on their path to recovery.

As the Fiscal Year 2023-2024 came to a close, the Board of Supervisors looked back on the events of that fateful meeting with gratitude. The unexpected encounter had opened doors to new possibilities and ushered in a new era of cooperation between humankind and beings from beyond the stars. And so, the County of Humboldt’s efforts to combat substance use disorders were forever changed by the intervention of a benevolent alien visitor.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportAttachment 1_Supplemental Budget_SUD 425 for PU-PM_FY 2023-24Attachment 2_PHC _Process for paying AIR-eligible claims for Counties 9.13.23

12. Resolution Authorizing Acceptance of Funding Made Available through the California Health Facilities Financing Authority’s Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program for Children and Youth

The Board of Supervisors is being asked to approve a resolution authorizing the acceptance of funding for a Children’s Crisis Residential Treatment Program in Humboldt County. The funding will be used to address the needs of children and youth experiencing behavioral health crises. The funding comes from the California Health Facilities Financing Authority’s Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program for Children and Youth. The program will be operated by the Department of Health and Human Services - Behavioral Health in partnership with Sorrel Leaf Healing Center, Inc. It is recommended that the Board waive certain requirements and adopt the resolution to accept the funding.

— LoCOBot

… or, as an episode of 'The Moe Hogan Experience'!

Moe Hogan: Alright, folks, welcome back to “The Moe Hogan Experience.” Today, we have a very special guest with us, the author of this document from the County of Humboldt. Now, tell me, what’s all this about funding for mental health wellness grants for children and youth? Sounds like a government conspiracy to me.

Author: Well, actually, it’s not a conspiracy at all. The California Health Facilities Financing Authority awarded funding to the County of Humboldt to implement a Children’s Crisis Residential Treatment Program. It’s designed to help children and youth experiencing behavioral health crises.

Moe Hogan: Ah, I see, I see. But, how do we know this funding isn’t being used for something more sinister? Like mind control or something?

Author: There’s no need to worry. The funding has specific guidelines and will be used for the intended purpose of providing critical mental health services to those in need.

Moe Hogan: Alright, alright. Well, I’ll have my producer look into that just to be sure. Now, let’s talk about our sponsor for today, folks. Have you tried the latest dietary supplement from XYZ Company? Let me tell you, it’s changed my life. I’ve never felt better since I started taking it. Trust me, folks, this stuff works wonders.

Producer: Actually, Moe, I just looked it up, and there’s no evidence to support the claims made by XYZ Company about their product. It’s best to be cautious when trying new supplements.

Moe Hogan: Well, folks, looks like I may have been mistaken about that supplement. But hey, that’s the beauty of this podcast - we’re always learning and growing. Thanks for tuning in to “The Moe Hogan Experience.”

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportRevised Resolution Authorizing Acceptance of CHFFA Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program Funding (6-4-24) (sm) (002)Humboldt CY Round 5 Grant Agreement (Final- Edited)3. CHFFA Resolution - Humboldt (003)

13. Professional Services Agreement in an Amount Not to Exceed $4,514,620 with Changing Tides Family Services Regarding the Provision of Administrative and Transitional Support Services Related to Stage One Childcare Services Provided to Families Participating in the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids Program

The County of Humboldt is proposing a Professional Services Agreement with Changing Tides Family Services to provide childcare services to families participating in a government employment program. The agreement is for a maximum amount of $4,514,620 over a two-year period. The Board of Supervisors is asked to approve the agreement and authorize the necessary actions to ensure the services are provided efficiently. The funding for this agreement comes from the CalWORKs Program and will not impact the county’s general fund.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a nursery rhyme!

In the county of Humboldt, on a meeting day so fine,
The Board of Supervisors gathered, agenda on their mind.
There was a file to discuss, number 24-931,
Regarding childcare services, for families in need of fun.

DHHS: Social Services, had a plan to propose,
To provide support and care, for those who need it most.
Changing Tides Family Services, was the chosen aid,
To help with childcare services, for families who are paid.

The recommendation was clear, for the Board to approve,
A professional services agreement, so families can improve.
Not to exceed $4,514,620, for the years ahead,
To provide the necessary support, to keep the children fed.

So let’s all come together, and give a round of cheers,
For the County of Humboldt, helping families in their years.
With love and care, they’ll support those in need,
Thanks to Changing Tides Family Services, they’ll succeed.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportRevised FY 24-26 Changing Tides CalWORKs Administrative and Transitional Support Services Agreement_contractor signed_rm.pdf

14. Assignment of Garberville Campus Complex Conference Room Located at 715 Cedar Street, Garberville and Approve Rental Agreement and Rental Rates for Library Conference Room Space at 715 Cedar Street, Garberville and Large Meeting Room at the Eureka Main Library, 1313 Third Street, Eureka

The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors is considering assigning conference room spaces at the Garberville Campus Complex and Eureka Main Library for rental use. The Humboldt County Library wants to manage the rental agreements and reduce room rental rates for the Garberville location. The Board will need to approve the rental agreements, rental rates, and policy changes. The financial impact is minimal and the revenue generated will go towards maintenance of the facilities. The staff impact is minimal as well. The action aligns with the Board’s Strategic Framework goals. Alternative options are also mentioned, but not recommended.

— LoCOBot

… or, as an insane conspiracy theory!

Conspiracy Theory: The Humboldt County Library is actually a front for a secret government organization that is using the conference rooms as a cover for their covert operations. By assigning the Garberville Campus Complex Conference Room to the library, they are able to operate under the guise of community activities while conducting high-level intelligence missions. The reduced rental rates are a way to attract unsuspecting civilians to the conference rooms, where they may unknowingly become involved in government experiments and surveillance programs. The Library Fund is just a front to funnel money into these secretive operations, all under the guise of providing library services to the public. This is all part of a larger government conspiracy to control the population through hidden means.

— LoCOBot


Staff Report2024-3-21 Attachment 1_Garberville Campus Complex Rental Agreement.pdf2024-3-21 Attachment 2_Eureka Library Large Meeting Room Rental Agreement.pdf2024-3-22 Attachment 3_Garberville Library Application for use Conference Room.pdf2024-3-22 Attachment 4_Eureka Library_Application for use of Eureka Large Meeting Room.pdfAttachment 5_Library Meeting Room Rules.pdfAttachment 6_Garberville Library Floor Plan.pdfAttachment 7 - Eureka Library 1st Floor 126.pdf

15. Reduction of Walk-in-Service Hours for the Planning and Building Department

The Planning and Building Department is asking the Board of Supervisors to approve a reduction in their walk-in service hours. This change is due to a decrease in in-person customer traffic and an increase in online and phone interactions. The department wants to focus more on processing applications and providing better customer service. The change will involve closing the department on Fridays and limiting counter hours to Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am to 2 pm. The department has conducted a survey of other jurisdictions and most have some form of modified schedule. The financial impact will be covered by the general fund and building permit fees. The Public Works Land Use Division also supports the new hours.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a horror story!

As the sun began to set on the small county of Humboldt, a sense of unease settled over the residents. The decision to reduce walk-in service hours for the Planning and Building Department seemed like a simple administrative change, but little did they know it would unleash a terror unlike anything they had ever experienced.

As the days passed and the new hours went into effect, strange things started happening in the county. People reported hearing whispers in the empty hallways of the department, feeling a chill run down their spines as they passed by the closed office doors. Some even claimed to have seen shadowy figures flitting in and out of the building after hours.

Rumors began to spread like wildfire, with some attributing the strange occurrences to the restless spirits of those who had once roamed the county. Others believed it was a malevolent force unleashed by the decision to reduce counter hours.

But the truth was far more sinister than anyone could have imagined. The reduction in staff had inadvertently severed a barrier that had kept a dark entity at bay for years. With fewer people manning the front desk, the entity had found a way to slip through and wreak havoc on the unsuspecting residents.

As the nights grew darker and the terror escalated, the residents of Humboldt found themselves facing a horror beyond their wildest nightmares. Shadowy figures lurked in the corners, whispers echoed through the empty halls, and a sense of dread hung heavy in the air.

Despite their best efforts to fight back, the entity seemed to grow stronger with each passing day, feeding off the fear and chaos it had created. The once peaceful county was now a hotbed of terror, with no end in sight.

And so, the residents of Humboldt were left to wonder if they would ever be able to reclaim their once peaceful home or if they were doomed to live in fear for the rest of their days. The decision to reduce walk-in service hours had unwittingly unleashed a horror that now held the county in its icy grip, promising a future filled with darkness and despair.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportCustomer and Other Jurisdictional Tracking

16. Adoption of an Ordinance Adding Humboldt County Code Section 431-110 Relating to Parking on Washington Avenue in the McKinleyville Area in Humboldt County

The Board of Supervisors in Humboldt County is considering adopting an ordinance related to parking on Washington Avenue in McKinleyville. The ordinance is exempt from environmental review and will be funded through the Roads Fund. The estimated cost for signage is $3,900, which will not impact the General Fund. No staffing changes are expected. The California Highway Patrol and Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department are involved, and the Board may choose not to adopt the ordinance, but it is not recommended as it would not improve traffic safety.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a heartbreaking country/western song!

(Verse 1)
Driving down Washington Avenue, tears streaming down my face
Remembering the night we met, that old familiar place
Now they’re changing all the signs, saying we can’t park no more
But every space on that street, holds memories galore

Oh, McKinleyville, you’re breaking my heart
Taking away the only place where we could park
Now I’m left here all alone, with nothing left to do
Just wishing I could turn back time, and be right there with you

(Verse 2)
Public Works says it’s for the best, to keep the traffic clear
But they don’t understand, the memories held so dear
Every spot we used to share, now taken by a sign
Leaving me to wander, through this broken heart of mine

Oh, McKinleyville, you’re breaking my heart
Taking away the only place where we could park
Now I’m left here all alone, with nothing left to do
Just wishing I could turn back time, and be right there with you

I’ll drive by that old street, and remember all we had
But now it’s just a memory, fading and turning sad
I’ll never find another spot, as sacred as that place
Just an empty space on Washington, where we used to embrace

Oh, McKinleyville, you’re breaking my heart
Taking away the only place where we could park
Now I’m left here all alone, with nothing left to do
Just wishing I could turn back time, and be right there with you

So I’ll drive away from Washington, with a heavy heart inside
Knowing that the parking’s gone, but our love will never die
I’ll hold onto those memories, as I drive into the night
Oh McKinleyville, you’re breaking my heart, but I’ll be alright.

— LoCOBot


Staff Report2 - Washington Avenue Ordinance (0.1 MB)3 - Post-adoption Summary(0.1 MB)4 - CEQA Notice of Exemption (0.1 MB)

17. Second Amendment to Lease at 404 H Street, Eureka

The County of Humboldt is recommending that the Board of Supervisors approve a Second Amendment to a lease for a Community Corrections Resources Center in Eureka. The amendment includes an increase in janitorial fees to $1,000 per month, with a one-time payment of $432 to cover the increase. The increase in fees is necessary to continue providing services to adults on probation. The financial impact of the amendment is outlined, with funding coming from Law Enforcement Services and the Probation Department. There is no staffing impact, and the recommended actions align with the County’s strategic framework. The Board may choose not to approve the amendment, but it is not advisable due to current staffing levels.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a conversation between two very stoned people named Starfish and Noodles!

Starfish: Whoa dude, do you ever think about how wild it is that we’re all just floating on this big rock in space, man?

Noodles: Yeah man, it’s like, we’re all just little starfish and noodles in this giant cosmic soup, you know?

Starfish: Totally, it’s like we’re just tiny little pieces in this massive puzzle. Hey, do you think the Board of Supervisors ever get stoned like us?

Noodles: Haha, probably not, man. They’re too busy talking about these lease agreements and janitorial fees. It’s like, who even cares about that stuff when you could be staring at the stars, you know?

Starfish: Yeah, for sure. But hey, what if the janitors in the county are all just floating through space too, cleaning up after the universe itself?

Noodles: Woah, man. That’s some deep thinking. Maybe they’re like the cosmic cleaners, tidying up after all the shooting stars and planets. It’s like they’re the unsung heroes of the galaxy.

Starfish: Yeah, man. Maybe we should go thank a janitor the next time we see one. They’re doing important work, keeping everything clean and shiny for us.

Noodles: Totally, man. Let’s go spread some love and appreciation for the janitors of the universe. But first, let’s finish this cosmic soup we’re swimming in.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportAttachment 1 - 404 H Street LeaseAttachment 2 - First AmendmentAttachment 3 - North Coast Cleaning Services LetterAttachment 4 - Second Amendment to Lease 404 H Street

18. Bid Award Authorization for Storm Damage Repair to Mattole Road (Bull Creek) (F3D010) at Post Miles 13.66-13.68 and 16.15

The County of Humboldt is recommending that the Board of Supervisors award a project agreement for storm damage repair on Mattole Road to G.R. Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. The total cost of the project is $1,061,150.69 and will be funded by the Road Fund and the Federal Highway Administration Emergency Relief Fund. The project is necessary to restore the road to its original condition after storm damage. The Board of Supervisors has the option to not award the project agreement, but it is not recommended as the funds for the project are limited and important for the repair work.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a town crier's speech!

Hear ye, hear ye! By the order of the County of Humboldt, let it be known that a bid award authorization for storm damage repair to Mattole Road (Bull Creek) at Post Miles 13.66-13.68 and 16.15 is on the agenda for the meeting of June 11, 2024.

The Department of Public Works recommends that the Board of Supervisors receive and file the bid proposals, award the project agreement to G.R. Wilcox Enterprises, Inc., for a total amount of $1,061,150.69, and authorize the necessary actions to move forward with the project. The source of funding for this project comes from the Road Fund and the Federal Highway Administration Emergency Relief Fund.

It is important to note that this project is essential for the repair and maintenance of our infrastructure, and not awarding the project agreement could have negative consequences for the County of Humboldt. The project will restore the roadway to pre-disaster conditions using funds that would not otherwise be available to us.

The County of Humboldt faces challenges with funding for road projects, as there is currently a negative fund balance in the Road Fund. The timing of Federal Emergency Management Agency reimbursements can lead to delays in receiving repayment, further impacting our financial situation. It is imperative that we address these challenges and secure additional revenue sources to ensure the continued maintenance and improvement of our transportation network.

In conclusion, the Board of Supervisors is called upon to consider this bid award authorization for the storm damage repair project on Mattole Road. Let us work together to support our community and maintain our vital infrastructure. Thank you for your attention.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportBid Results for Storm Damage Repair to Mattole Road (Bull Creek) (F3D010) at Post Miles 13.66-13.68 and 16.15Construction Agreement for Storm Damage Repair to Mattole Road (Bull Creek) (F3D010) at Post Miles 13.66-13.68 and 16.15

19. Accept Completed Contract for Redway Drive/Redwood Drive Highway Safety Improvement Project

The County of Humboldt is recommending that the Board of Supervisors accept a completed contract for a highway safety improvement project on Redway Drive/Redwood Drive. The project included adding lighting, upgraded curb ramps, sidewalks, and a driveway to meet ADA standards. The total cost of the project is $300,617.13, with funding coming from the California Department of Transportation, Redway Community Services District, and the Humboldt County Road Fund. Accepting the project will not impact current staffing levels. The Board of Supervisors may choose not to accept the project, but it is not recommended as the project has been completed and the requested actions are needed to finalize the contract.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a fantasy story!

Once upon a time in the magical County of Humboldt, a group of supervisors gathered for a meeting on a warm summer day in the year 2024. The topic of discussion was the completion of the Redway Drive/Redwood Drive Highway Safety Improvement Project, a project that had been in the works for several years.

The project had been funded by the California Department of Transportation Highway Safety Improvement Program, as well as the Redway Community Services District. It aimed to provide safety improvements for pedestrians crossing at the intersection of Redway Drive and Redwood Drive. The project included the installation of lighting, upgraded curb ramps, sidewalks, and a driveway to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act standards.

After a long process of planning, design, and construction, the project was finally completed. The Board of Supervisors was presented with a recommendation from the Public Works Department to accept the completed contract with Ford Logging, Inc. dba Pacific Earthscape, the company that had been hired to carry out the construction.

As the supervisors discussed the project, they marveled at the progress that had been made and the positive impact it would have on the community. They listened to the financial impact of the project, noting that it had been funded by a combination of state funds, local contributions, and the Humboldt County Road Fund.

Despite some challenges with funding, including a negative balance in the Road Fund, the supervisors were committed to supporting infrastructure projects like the Redway Drive/Redwood Drive Highway Safety Improvement Project. They recognized the importance of providing safe and efficient transportation for their residents.

After much discussion and deliberation, the Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to accept the completed contract and approve the final payment for the project. The residents of Humboldt County would now benefit from the improved safety measures at the intersection of Redway Drive and Redwood Drive.

As the meeting came to a close, the supervisors felt a sense of accomplishment and pride in their work. They knew that they were making a positive difference in their community, one project at a time. And so, the magical County of Humboldt continued to thrive, with its dedicated leaders working tirelessly to ensure the well-being of all who lived there.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportExecuted Project Agreement and Change OrdersAcceptance Statement

20. Accept Completed Contract for Storm Damage Repair to Alderpoint Road (F6B165) Post Miles 40.21 to 40.70

The Public Works Department is recommending that the Board of Supervisors accept the completed contract for repairs to Alderpoint Road, which was damaged in a storm. The repairs were necessary due to severe winter storms, flooding, and mudslides in the area. The project was funded by the Federal Highway Administration, AT&T, and the Humboldt County Road Fund. The total cost of the project was $1,554,900.09, with the final payment of $185.00 pending. The Board is being asked to approve this final payment and accept the completed project. If they do not, it could have a negative impact on the county’s finances.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a job interview!

[Interview Scene]

Interviewer: Good morning, thank you for coming in today. Please have a seat.

Candidate: Good morning, thank you for having me.

Interviewer: We have reviewed your resume and are impressed with your qualifications. Can you tell us about a project you have worked on that involved managing construction contracts and budgets similar to the Storm Damage Repair to Alderpoint Road project?

Candidate: Certainly. In my previous role as a project manager at a construction company, I was responsible for overseeing the renovation of a major highway that had experienced significant damage due to weather conditions. This project involved working with multiple stakeholders, managing the budget, and ensuring that the construction was completed on time and within scope. I collaborated closely with the client, contractors, and suppliers to ensure that all requirements were met and that the project was a success.

Interviewer: That sounds like a challenging project. How did you handle any unexpected issues that arose during construction?

Candidate: When unexpected issues came up, such as unforeseen weather delays or supply chain disruptions, I worked closely with my team to quickly assess the situation and come up with solutions. This involved adjusting the project timeline, communicating with stakeholders about any changes, and ensuring that all parties were informed and on board with the revised plan. It was important to stay flexible and adaptable in order to keep the project on track.

Interviewer: How do you prioritize tasks and manage competing deadlines in a fast-paced environment?

Candidate: I believe in setting clear priorities and timelines for each task, and regularly reviewing and adjusting them as needed. I also communicate openly with my team and stakeholders to ensure that everyone is aware of deadlines and expectations. If there are competing deadlines, I work with my team to delegate tasks, streamline processes, and allocate resources efficiently in order to meet all requirements within the given timeframe.

Interviewer: Thank you for sharing that with us. We appreciate your insights and experiences. Do you have any questions for us before we conclude the interview?

Candidate: Yes, I wanted to ask about the specific timeline and budget for the Storm Damage Repair to Alderpoint Road project. How will these be managed and monitored throughout the construction process?

Interviewer: Those are great questions. We have detailed plans and budgets in place for the project, and we will be closely monitoring progress and expenses to ensure that everything stays on track. Regular updates and reports will be provided to the Board of Supervisors, and any deviations from the plan will be promptly addressed.

Interviewer: Thank you for your time today. We will be in touch with you regarding the next steps in our hiring process.

Candidate: Thank you for the opportunity to interview. I look forward to hearing from you.

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportExecuted Project Agreement and Change OrdersAcceptance Statement

21. Position Allocation Modification for the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) Business Office and Exemption to the Hiring Freeze

The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is recommending changes to its staffing in order to improve efficiency and save costs. They are proposing to hire a Fiscal Services Supervisor and eliminate two other positions. They are also requesting an exemption to the hiring freeze in order to recruit for the new position. This change is expected to result in salary savings. The Board of Supervisors is being asked to approve these recommendations to help the office run more smoothly and avoid layoffs due to budget challenges.

— LoCOBot

… or, as an Elizabethan sonnet!

Oh County of Humboldt, in meeting fair,
On the sixteenth day of June, two thousand twenty-four,
The Sheriff doth propose to shift the care,
Of staffing in the Business Office’s core.

A Fiscal Services Supervisor, anew,
1.0 FTE allocation, in budget unit high,
To help with workflow, efficiencies pursue,
And achieve the savings that budget doth defy.

The Accounting Technician and Assistant,
Shall be deallocated, positions lost,
To make way for the Supervisor shining gallant,
And an extra-help Secretary’s cost.

Exemption to the hiring freeze, they require,
To proceed with recruitment, aspirations higher.

— LoCOBot


Staff Report

22. Request Discharge of Accountability for Treasurer Tax Collector and Revenue Recovery Accounts

The Treasurer-Tax Collector is requesting approval to discharge uncollectable tax assessments and debt collection accounts. This would help save money and staff time by not pursuing accounts that are deemed impossible to collect from defunct corporations, bankrupt individuals, or deceased persons. The discharge would not release anyone from paying what they owe. The total amount to be discharged is over $5 million. This action is supported by Revenue and Taxation and Government codes. The Humboldt County Superior Court and Auditor-Controller are also involved in the process. The alternatives to approving the discharge are to keep the accounts active, which would be less efficient, or to not meet performance measures for debt collection.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a Twitter thread!


🔍 Agenda Item: Request Discharge of Accountability for Treasurer Tax Collector and Revenue Recovery accounts

💼 Recommendation: Approve discharge of uncollectable tax assessments and court fines to ensure sustainability of services.

💰 Financial Impact: Discharging $271,044.94 of unsecured taxes and $4,406,599.58 of court fines will result in budgetary savings.

👩‍💼 Staffing Impact: Revenue and Tax Technicians can focus on collectible accounts, while liens on unsecured tax accounts will remain.

🔗 Other Agency Involvement: Humboldt County Superior Court and Auditor-Controller are involved in the discharge process.

⚖️ Alternatives: Board could choose to keep accounts active, but discharging them is critical for meeting performance measures.

For more details on this important agenda item, visit the County of Humboldt website.

Stay informed, stay engaged! #HumboldtCounty #Accountability #TaxCollector #RevenueRecovery 🌟

— LoCOBot


Staff Report2023-24 Discharge of Accountability Tax Collector (ATTACHMENT 1)2023-24 Discharge Revenue Recovery (ATTACHMENT 2)





1. Revocation of a Conditional Use Permit for a Cannabis Dispensary and a Special Permit for a Cannabis Distribution Facility

The Planning and Building Department is recommending revocation of a Conditional Use Permit for a cannabis dispensary and a Special Permit for a cannabis distribution facility because the uses for which the permits were granted have ceased to exist. The permits were issued in 2017 but the current permit holders are no longer authorized to operate them. The Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing to discuss and vote on revoking the permits. Revoking the permits will allow for new permits to be applied for and issued for similar uses. The revocation is necessary because the current permit holders do not have the legal ability to operate on the property.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a conversation between Beavis and Butt-head!

Beavis: Uh, hey, Butt-head, what’s a Conditional Use Permit?

Butt-head: I don’t know, dude. It sounds like some boring adult stuff.

Beavis: Yeah, like, does it have to do with, like, getting tickets for concerts and stuff?

Butt-head: I think it’s more about, like, weed or something. It says something about cannabis dispensary and distribution facility.

Beavis: Oh yeah, like, they’re revoking some permits for those things. Are they shutting down the weed places?

Butt-head: Yeah, it says the use for the permits have ceased to exist. Maybe they ran out of weed.

Beavis: Heh heh, they ran out of weed. That’s pretty funny, huh?

Butt-head: Yeah, I guess. So, like, they have to have a public hearing and stuff. That sounds pretty lame.

Beavis: Yeah, public hearing, huh huh. It’s probably just a bunch of old people talking about big words we don’t understand.

Butt-head: Yeah, like, revocation and stuff. Who cares about that crap? Let’s go get some nachos instead.

Beavis: Yeah, nachos sound way cooler than revoking permits. Let’s bounce, Butt-head!

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportAttachment 1A - DRAFT Country Club Revocation ResolutionAttachment 1B - DRAFT Grass Roots Revocation ResolutionAttachment 2A - PC Resolution 17-81_West River Lane_13421Attachment 2B -PC Resolution 17-80_West River Lane_13421Attachment 3A - Country Club CUP Revocation NoticeAttachment 3B - Grass Roots SP Revocation Notice



1. Annual Report from the Humboldt Del-Norte Film Commission

The Humboldt Del-Norte Film Commission will be presenting its annual report at a meeting for the Board of Supervisors. The commission, called Redwood Region Entertainment and Education Liaisons, has been working since 2009 to promote film and video production in Humboldt County. The county has a partnership with the commission, which benefits local businesses, filmmakers, and workers in the hospitality and tourism industries. The funding for the commission comes from Transient Occupancy Tax revenue. The presentation of the annual report will not have a financial or staffing impact.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a corrido!

En el condado de Humboldt, en junio del veinticuatro,
Se reúne la junta de supervisores, para hablar del decoro.
El tema del día es el informe anual,
De la Comisión de Cine de Humboldt-Del Norte, algo especial.

El comisionado Hesseltine, con voz enérgica y clara,
Presenta los logros de RREEL, esa joya rara.
Desde el dos mil nueve, fomentando la producción,
De películas y videos, en nuestra región.

El acuerdo de servicios entre el condado y RREEL,
Aprobado en el dos mil diecinueve, fue un gran papel.
El impacto económico en Humboldt es evidente,
Camarógrafos y actores, gastan en nuestra gente.

El contrato se paga con el TOT,
Recaudado de los turistas, con amor y fervor.
Para el año veintidós-tres, se recaudaron tres millones,
Y la colaboración continúa, entre las dos naciones.

No hay impacto financiero ni en personal,
Solo beneficios para todos, ¡qué genial!
Así que la recomendación es clara y contundente,
Que la junta de supervisores, reciba este informe excelente.

En Humboldt-Del Norte, el cine brilla con esplendor,
Gracias a RREEL, nuestro gran promotor.
Que viva el séptimo arte en nuestra tierra,
El condado de Humboldt, siempre en la vanguardia y en la guerra.

— LoCOBot


Staff Report

2. Code Enforcement Unit Annual Report

The Code Enforcement Unit is presenting its annual report to the Board of Supervisors. The report details their activities in 2023, including collecting fines and penalties that have been deposited in the County General fund. The Board is recommended to receive the report, which supports the Strategic Plan for Safe & Healthy Communities. There are no alternatives to receiving the report listed.

— LoCOBot

… or, as a Brazilian carnival song!

Samba do Condado de Humboldt

No encontro de 6/11/2024
Na reunião dos Supervisores
A Unidade de Fiscalização
Apresenta seu relatório, com vigor

Recomendamos ao Conselho
Receber nosso relatório anual
Mostrando nossas ações
Pelo bem da comunidade regional

Em prol de comunidades seguras
E saudáveis em nosso condado
Trabalhamos em parceria
Para manter nosso legado

Arrecadamos multas e penalidades
Para o Fundo Geral do Condado
E custos administrativos
Para a Unidade de Fiscalização, ao lado

Nossa atuação semelhante
A um belo samba a sambar
Com ritmo e harmonia
Juntos, vamos celebrar

Em 2023, muitos casos
Foram abertos e fechados
Mas com dedicação e empenho
Tudo foi solucionado

Que o Carnaval no Condado de Humboldt
Seja de alegria e união
Com a Fiscalização em destaque
Em nossa bela canção

Viva o Condado de Humboldt
E todos os que nele estão
Celebrando juntos, com alegria
Neste animado refrão

(Carnival music playing in the background)

— LoCOBot


Staff ReportAttachment 1 - 2023 CEU Annual ReportExhibit A - New Cases in 2023Exhibit B - Cases Closed in 2023


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