2017 – 2018 Preliminary Annual Budget
June 20, 2017 - City Council voted to pass the 2017 - 2018 Preliminary Annual Budget. Vice Mayor Janet Goodson made the motion and Council member Linda Draper provided the second.
Agreement to extend the Supplemental Benefits Fund between City and DWR
June 20, 2017 - City Council voted to pass Resolution 8616 - A resolution to execute an amendment to the Supplemental Benefits Fund Implementation Agreement between the City of Oroville and the Department of Water Resources, extending the term of the agreement through July 20, 2018. Council member Scott Thompson made the motion and Vice Mayor Janet Goodson provided the second.
Rescinding of City of Oroville Resolution No. 6741 – Re-licensing of Lake Oroville
The Council considered potentially rescinding Resolution No. 6741 regarding the Standard Agreement with the California Department of Water Resources and any amendments related to the re-licensing of Oroville Project 2100 (Lake Oroville). If approved, the rescission will be effective going forward and will not nullify prior actions that have been taken.
Letter of Support Regarding the Establishment of a Butte County Fire Protection District
Authorize the Mayor to sign a letter of support regarding the proposed establishment of a Butte County Fire Protection District. Authorize the contribution of $4,000 from the Community Development & Public Works and Public Safety departmental budgets to participate in the Butte Local Agency Formation Commission’s procedures.
Letter to President Donald J. Trump Regarding the Oroville Dam Spillway Incident
Authorize staff to send a letter to President Donald J. Trump and other state and federal representatives regarding the Oroville Dam Spillway incident.
Oroville Airport Ground Lease Agreement with Northwest Lineman College – Facilities Expansion
A resolution of the Oroville City Council authorizing and directing the mayor to execute an airport ground lease agreement with NLC CA, INC. DBA: Northwest Lineman College, for an expansion of their facilities.
Applications for Federal and State Assistance Through the Federal Emergency Management Agency
Acknowledge the submission of applications to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and California Operations of Emergency Services (CalOES) for federal and state assistance relating to the Oroville Dam Spillway incident and winter storms. Authorize the Acting City Administrator to execute the remaining applications and forms to FEMA and Cal-OES relating to the Oroville Dam Spillway incident and winter storms.
Reimbursement Agreement with Wal-Mart Real Estate Business Trust
Include additional language in the Reimbursement Agreement with Wal-Mart Real Estate Business Trust to include a maximum cap of $20,000, for additional offsite improvements. A resolution of the Oroville City Council authorizing and directing the mayor to execute a reimbursement agreement with Wal-Mart Real Estate Business Trust for the construction of additional offsite improvements.
Amendment to Supplemental Benefits Fund Agreement with the Department of Water Resources
The Council received information regarding the Supplemental Benefits Fund (SBF) and the Implementation Agreement and Amendments between the City of Oroville as Fund Administrator of the SBF and the State of California - Department of Water Resources (DWR) which is due to expire on July 20, 2017. Motion that was made: Take no action relating to the SBF and the Implementation Agreement and Amendments between the City of Oroville, as Fund Administrator of the SBF, and the State of California - Department of Water Resources at this time, to allow for additional time for Council Members to further research the subject.
Participation in Blue Star Museum Program
The Council considered re-registering participating in the Blue Star Museum Program. Following discussion, a motion was made by Vice Mayor Goodson, seconded by Council Member Draper, to: 1. Approve the City’s continued participation in the Blue Star Museum Program as a public benefit to honor military personnel and their families. 2. Approve discounts on museum entry fees for high school students with a valid ID from $3.00 down to $2.00 at all City museums. 3. Approve donation only entry fees for ladies on Thursdays, and half price ($1.50) for seniors on Tuesdays, at Bolt’s Antique Tool Museum.