REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING
Thursday, December 7, 2023 at 9:00 a.m.
City of Anderson Council Chambers
1887 Howard Street, Anderson, California

AGENDA
  1. CALL TO ORDER
    1. Roll Call
    2. Pledge of Allegiance – Stan Neutze
  2. PUBLIC COMMENT
    Members of the public are invited to address the Commission at this time regarding any item not scheduled for discussion as part of this agenda, and that are within the jurisdiction of LAFCO. Comments may be limited to three (3) minutes per person. No action will be taken by the Commission at this meeting as a result of items presented at this time.
  3. AGENDA ADOPTION
    1. Agenda* Additions/Changes
    2. Business/Campaign Conflict Disclosures
      *Note: Only the following additions/changes are permitted: (1) To change the order of noticed agenda items, (2) determine to continue or not consider a noticed agenda item, or (3) Discussion/Action on an item not appearing on the posted agenda if a defined statutory emergency situation is determined to exist by majority vote (GC 56954.2(b) (1) and GC 54956.5)
  4. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
    1. Staffing Transition: Proposed Executive Officer Krystle Heaney Interview – (Potential Action)
  5. CONSENT CALENDAR – (Action Item)
    1. October 5 Commission Meeting Minutes
    2. FY 2023-24 Quarter 1 Summary & US Bank Statements
  6. CORRESPONDENCE
    SDRMA Letter
  7. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS – (Action Items)
    1. Fall River Valley Fire Protection District Reorganization – Continued Hearing
    2. Shasta FPD MSR/SOI Update by Resolution 2023-10
    3. City of Shasta Lake MSR/SOI Update by Resolution 2023-11
    4. City of Anderson, Out of Area Water Services Extension, within SOI by Resolution 2023-12
    5. FY 2023-24 Budget Amendment / Reformat by Resolution 2023-13
  8. NEW BUSINESS
    1. Next MSR/SOI Update Cycle: Intermountain FPDs & City of Anderson this Fiscal Year
    2. FY 2022-23 Audit Award – single bid received – re-issue with other LAFCOs:
    3. 2024 Meeting Schedule (Informational)
  9. OLD BUSINESS
    1. Staffing Services Transition Plan (Potential Action)
    2. Special District Member – Seat 1 & Alternate Voting Results (Informational)
    3. Annual Apportionments: Commission determination of appropriate outstanding invoice collection (Potential Action)
    4. Planwest Partners September & October 2023 Invoices (Potential Action)
    5. Executive Committee Appointments for 2024 (Potential Action)
  10. EXECUTIVE OFFICER REPORT (Informational)
  11. CLOSED SESSION
    NONE
  12. COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCEMENTS (Informational)
  13. STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS
    1. Next Regular Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 1, 2024 at 9:00 a.m. at the Shasta County Board of Supervisors Chambers, 1450 Court Street, Redding, California.
  14. ADJOURNMENT

REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING
Thursday, June 1, 2023 at 9:00 a.m.
City of Shasta Lake Council Chambers
4488 Red Bluff Street, Shasta Lake, California

 

AGENDA
1. CALL TO ORDER
a. Roll Call
b. Pledge of Allegiance – Pamelyn Morgan

2. PUBLIC COMMENT
Members of the public are invited to address the Commission at this time regarding any item that is not scheduled for
discussion as part of this agenda, and that are within the jurisdiction of LAFCO. Comments may be limited to three (3)
minutes per person. No action will be taken by the Commission at this meeting as a result of items presented at this time.

3. AGENDA ADOPTION
a. Agenda* Additions/Changes
b. Business/Campaign Conflict Disclosures
*Note: Only the following additions/changes are permitted: (1) To change the order of noticed agenda items, (2) determine
to continue or not consider a noticed agenda item, or (3) Discussion/Action on an item not appearing on the posted agenda
if a defined statutory emergency situation is determined to exist by majority vote (GC 56954.2(b) (1) and GC 54956.5)

4. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
None

5. CONSENT CALENDAR – (Action Item)
a. November 29, 2022 Protest Hearings Minutes Acknowledgement (continued from February 2,
2023)

b. Approval of February 2, 2023 Commission Meeting Minutes
c. Approval of April 6, 2023 Commission Meeting Minutes
d. Fiscal Information – March and April 2023; bank statements, reconciliations, and disbursements

6. CORRESPONDENCE
None

7. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS – (Action Item)
a. Adopt Final Fiscal Year 2023/2024 Budget by Resolution 2023-03
b. Clear Creek Community Services District Sphere of Influence Update California Environmental
Quality Act exemption pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Chapter 3 CEQA
Guidelines, Section 15061(b)(3) Title 14 by Resolution 2023-04
c. Clear Creek Community Services District Municipal Service Review /Sphere of Influence
(MSR/SOI) Update by Resolution 2023-04

d. Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District MSR/SOI Update (Continued)

8. NEW BUSINESS
a. Contract Services Extension FY 2023/2024 – Executive Officer Services (Potential Action)
b. Contract Services Extension FY 2023/2024 – General Counsel (Potential Action)

9. OLD BUSINESS
a. Planwest Partners March and April 2023 Invoices, George Williamson (Potential Action)
b. Authorize an additional One-Year Time Extension for City of Anderson Water Services
Extension to Fire Station 47 – by Resolution 2023-05 (Potential Action)

10. EXECUTIVE OFFICER REPORT (Informational)

11. CLOSED SESSION
None

12. COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCEMENTS (Informational)

13. STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS
a. Next Regular Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 3, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. located at the
Shasta County Board of Supervisors Chambers 1450 Court Street, Redding, California.

14. ADJOURNMENT

REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING
Thursday, August 3, 2023 at 9:00 a.m.
City of Shasta Lake Council Chambers
4488 Red Bluff Street, Shasta Lake, California

AGENDA
1. CALL TO ORDER
a. Roll Call
b. Pledge of Allegiance – Kevin Crye
c. Chairperson Election to fill Irwin Fust Vacancy (potential Vice-Chairperson Election)

2. PUBLIC COMMENT
Members of the public are invited to address the Commission at this time regarding any item that is not scheduled for
discussion as part of this agenda, and that are within the jurisdiction of LAFCO. Comments may be limited to three (3)
minutes per person. No action will be taken by the Commission at this meeting as a result of items presented at this time.

3. AGENDA ADOPTION
a. Agenda* Additions/Changes
b. Business/Campaign Conflict Disclosures
*Note: Only the following additions/changes are permitted: (1) To change the order of noticed agenda items, (2) determine
to continue or not consider a noticed agenda item, or (3) Discussion/Action on an item not appearing on the posted agenda
if a defined statutory emergency situation is determined to exist by majority vote (GC 56954.2(b) (1) and GC 54956.5)

4. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
a. Certificate of Appreciation – Irwin Fust

5. CONSENT CALENDAR – (Action Item)
None: Commission Meeting Minutes & Fiscal Information to be provided at next meeting

6. CORRESPONDENCE
None

7. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS – (Action Item)
a. Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District MSR/SOI Update (Continued) – Resolution 2023-06
b. County Service Areas 14 Belmont, 15 Lighting, 23 Crag View MSR/SOI Update –
Resolution 2023-07

8. NEW BUSINESS
a. Executive Committee Appointment to fill Irwin Fust Vacancy (Potential Action)
b. Adding Check Signers to US Bank Account (Potential Action)
c. Investment of Savings Funds (Potential Action)
d. Member Organization Representation (City Members) (Informational)

9. OLD BUSINESS
a. Planwest Partners May and June 2023 Invoices (Potential Action)
b. Staff Transition Plan & Agreement Amendment 1 – Independent Contractor (Potential Action)

10. EXECUTIVE OFFICER REPORT (Informational)

11. CLOSED SESSION
None

12. COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCEMENTS (Informational)

13. STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS
a. Next Regular Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, October 5, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. located at the City of Redding Council Chambers, Redding California.

14. ADJOURNMENT

REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING
Thursday, April 6, 2023 at 9:00 a.m.
City of Anderson Council Chambers
1887 Howard Street, Anderson, California
 
AGENDA 
 
 
1. CALL TO ORDER
a. Roll Call
b. Pledge of Allegiance – Kevin W. Crye
c. Acknowledge New Special District Commissioner Lund
 
 
2. PUBLIC COMMENT
Members of the public are invited to address the Commission at this time regarding any item that is not scheduled for discussion as part of this agenda, and that are within the jurisdiction of LAFCO. Comments may be limited to three (3) minutes per person. No action will be taken by the Commission at this meeting as a result of items presented at this time.
 
 
3. AGENDA ADOPTION
a. Agenda* Additions/Changes
b. Business/Campaign Conflict Disclosures
*Note: Only the following additions/changes are permitted: (1) To change the order of noticed agenda items, (2) determine to continue or not consider a noticed agenda item, or (3) Discussion/Action on an item not appearing on the posted agenda if a defined statutory emergency situation is determined to exist by majority vote (GC 56954.2(b) (1) and GC 54956.5)
 
 
4. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
None
 
 
5. CONSENT CALENDAR – (Action Item)
 
 
6. CORRESPONDENCE
None
 
 
7. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS
 
8. NEW BUSINESS
b. Contract Services Extension FY 2023/2024 – General Counsel (Potential Action)
 
 
9. OLD BUSINESS
 
 
10. EXECUTIVE OFFICER REPORT (Informational)
 
 
11. CLOSED SESSION
None
 
 
12. COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCEMENTS (Informational)
 
 
13. STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS
a. Next Regular Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, June 1, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. located at the City of Shasta Lake, 4488 Red Bluff Street, Shasta Lake, California. 
 
 
14. ADJOURNMENT
 

Shasta LAFCO currently has a vacancy for a Special District Member (Seat 2).  The vacancy is due to a Member not being re-elected to their District Board and therefore a new Regular Commission member will be elected to serve the remainder of the existing term ending January 2024.  A separate nomination and balloting period for the term beginning in 2024 will be conducted near the end of this year and will result in the selection of two (2) Regular Special District Members and one (1) Alternate Special District Member.

The selection of Regular and Alternate Special District members of the Commission are undertaken separately for these respective statutory offices. As a result, when nominations and balloting occurs each vacant LAFCO office is filled only by persons nominated (and elected where required) for the two respective categories of vacant offices. Persons can therefore be nominated for both vacant Regular and Alternate Commissioner positions simultaneously, but if there is a resulting Regular Commissioner election only persons nominated and elected for that office can fill a Regular Commissioner vacancy. Similarly, only persons nominated (and elected where required) for vacant Alternate Commissioner positions may be selected to fill an Alternate Commissioner vacancy.

California Government Code Section 56332 which governs the selection of commissioners can be viewed with this link.

Notices sent to Special Districts

Election Schedule

  • Shasta LAFCO request for nominations mailed to independent Special Districts via certified mail and email by December 9, 2022 – completed.
  • Nominations due to Shasta LAFCO by 4:00 p.m. February 1, 2023 – completed.
  • Ballots mailed to independent Special Districts via certified mail and email by February 3, 2023 – completed.
  • Ballots due to Shasta LAFCO by 4:00 p.m. March 27, 2023 completed
  • Ballots opened and tallied at the Shasta LAFCO office; successful candidate notified by March 28, 2023 completed
  • Election results mailed to independent Special Districts via U.S. mail and email by March 29, 2023 completed
REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING
Thursday, February 2, 2023 at 9:00 a.m.
Shasta County Board of Supervisors Chambers,
1450 Court Street, Redding, California
 
AGENDA 
 
 
1. CALL TO ORDER
a. Roll Call
b. Pledge of Allegiance – Larry Russell
c. Acknowledge New Commissioner Kevin W. Crye
d. Acknowledge Commission Member Changes
e. Election of Chair and Vice-Chair (Potential Action)
 
2. PUBLIC COMMENT
Members of the public are invited to address the Commission at this time regarding any item that is not scheduled for discussion as part of this agenda, and that are within the jurisdiction of LAFCO. Comments may be limited to three (3) minutes per person. No action will be taken by the Commission at this meeting as a result of items presented at this time.
 
3. AGENDA ADOPTION
a. Agenda* Additions/Changes
b. Business/Campaign Conflict Disclosures
*Note: Only the following additions/changes are permitted: (1) To change the order of noticed agenda items, (2) determine to continue or not consider a noticed agenda item, or (3) Discussion/Action on an item not appearing on the posted agenda if a defined statutory emergency situation is determined to exist by majority vote (GC 56954.2(b) (1) and GC 54956.5)
 
4. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
None
 
5. CONSENT CALENDAR – (Action Item)
 
6. CORRESPONDENCE
 
7. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS – (Action Item)
a. City of Anderson Proposed Water Service Extension (Portion of the Wooded Acres Subdivision) – California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Compliance
 
8. NEW BUSINESS
 
  
9. OLD BUSINESS
c. Special District Commission Member Election Update (Informational)
 
10. EXECUTIVE OFFICER REPORT (Informational)
a. Proposed Shasta Fire Protection District Formation Update
b. Shasta Community Services District (CSD) – Fire Services Divestiture Update
 
11. CLOSED SESSION
None
 
12. COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCEMENTS (Informational)
 
13. STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS
Next Regular Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 6, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. located at the City of Anderson Council Chambers 1887 Howard Street, Anderson, California. 
 
14. ADJOURNMENT