Scales is upset with the Public Works for purchasing water from the McConnell Foundation. He's shouting and has gone over the 3 min. limit.
Scales speaks about the grand jury project on water issues with the county.
That's it for public comment. Supervisor Leonard Moty comments: The purchase from another party would not have been a better deal. Scales speaks from audience.
Consent calendar passes. Board convenes as the IHSS Public Authority Board. That items is also approved.
Supervisor Les Baugh invites folks to attend the District Fair. Highlight for him was singing Happy Birthday to a 103 year old man.
Baugh attended the annual community neighbor day. Attended a Cub Scout Pack event. Invited those Cub Scouts to intern/invite with the board.
Baugh points out a story on the drop of crime in the city of Anderson. Thanks to the people led initiative to beef up law enforcement.
Schappell has nothing to report. Neither does Giacomini.
Kehoe welcomes Dr. Ray John. A good friend of Shasta County. Known for his good works. Kehoe attended employee appreciation luncheon.
Kehoe thanks Ms. Davis for the event.
Moty attended the SRTA Fiscal Meeting.
We're on to R4: Support Services Director Angela Davis.
A three-year term with United Public Employees of California-Professional Unit - Salary increases.
Also included is a 401a - post employment/ current employees can opt into this as well. Davis thanks the bargaining parties, including county staff.
The item is motioned, approved. Unit gets its raise.
R5: Sheriff Tom Bosenko behind podium. Recommending for a forensic pathologist. This is a small community said Bosenko.
Amaro would be starting out at step "B" due to her credentials. Item moved and approved. Amaro's hiring is approved.
There has been some late season rain, said Minturn. In the North State things have been fairly rosy.
Minturn is showing us a graphic on the drought impacting the county. Up here in Shasta Co. we are abnormally dry.