WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Thursday, June 28, 2018
135 Willow Rd., Willow Creek – District Office
1. CALL TO ORDER – ROLL CALL & DETERMINATION OF A QUORUM
Vice Chair, Tyler Holmes called meeting to order at 8:00am. Directors
present; Bruce Nelson, and Joe O’Hara. Absent; Ed Duggan and Judy Gower.
Staff; General Manager Susan O’Gorman, and Lynn White. Five others in
2. ADOPT AGENDA
Copy of Agenda for this meeting June 28, 2018: For review and approval.
MSC (O’Hara/Nelson) move to accept the agenda. Motion passed.
3. ADOPT MINUTES
Of the May 24, 2018 regular meeting. Minutes in Board folder for review and
MSC (Nelson/O’Hara) move to approve the minutes. Motion Passed
4. CONSENT ITEMS FOR BOARD APPROVAL
Consent Calendar items are expected to be routine and non-controversial,
too be acted upon by the Board of Directors at one time without discussion.
If any Board member, staff member, or interested person requests that an
item be removed from the Consent Calendar, it shall be removed so that it
be acted upon separately.
4.1. Financial Statements for May2018; and payables for June 2018.
4.2. Manager’s Report
4.3. Safety Meeting – Emergency Action Plan.
4.4. Parks and Recreation
MSC (Nelson/O’Hara) move to approve 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4. Motion Passed.
5. STAFF REPORTS
5.1. Water Department Report (O’Gorman)
Summer is here, treatment plant is pumping over a million gallons per day.
Staff had several leaks this month. Staff repaired a leak on The Terrace
during the day and at 10:30pm, it blew out. Staff was out until 3 am. The
leak is fixed. All is good now. We also had a leak in the Bigfoot
Subdivision. Mike Searcy has passed his T-2 and will be taking his D-2 this
September. The hydrant near Coast Central Credit Union has been fixed.
Staff wants to put bollards around it for protection.
5.2. Wastewater Report (O’Gorman & Kaspari, GHD) Trinity Valley
Consulting Engineering will be looking at private properties determining
where the septic tanks are. Geo-Tec boring has been going on down town.
They bored 80 feet near the Post Office and most places 15 feet. Finding
property for the treatment plant is a hold up, this could extend project
another year or so.
6. Board Member Report
Bruce Nelson wanted everyone to be carful it is fire season.
7. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
No unfinished business
8. NEW BUSINESS
Staff was contacted by Greg Pratt with Humboldt Transit Authority
regarding the Willow Creek Bus Stop. He is working on a grant for
upgrades and would like direction from the District.
Gregg Pratt is working on a $75,000.00 grant for the Willow Creek bus stop.
This grant will things like ADA accessibility, solar lighting with might
help with loitering. We still have the dangerous intersection of Hwy 96 and
Hwy 299. There needs to be enough parking for three busses.
Staff recommends approving the CalPERS Employer Loan Provision Form. This
allows our employees to borrow money from their own 457 retirement plan.
Board Vote needed.
MSC (Nelson/O’Hara) move to approve the CalPERS Employer Loan Provision
Form. Motion Passed.
All non Willow Creek Community Services District reports should not
exceed 3 minutes.
No action is required on these items, but the Board may discuss any
particular item as required.
9.1 Sheriff Report
Sargent T. Gomes reported for the Sheriff’s Dept.
9.2 CHP Report
9.3 United States Forest Service
Nolan Colegrove reported for the USFS.
9.4 Health Care Report
9.5 W.C. Fire District
9.6 W.C. Fire Safe Council
Barbara Darst reported for
9.7 RREDC Report
10. ITEMS FROM THE FLOOR
11. CLOSED SESSION
At any time during the regular session, the Board may adjourn to closed
session to consider existing or anticipated litigation, liability claims,
real property negotiations, license and permit determinations, threats to
security, public employee appointments, personnel matters, evaluations and
discipline, labor negotiations, or to discuss with legal counsel matters
within the attorney client privilege.
11.1 Property negotiations for wastewater project.
No action taken.
Meeting adjourned at 9:52 am.