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Task Force Meeting #1

Code Enforcement Task Force Meeting
A G E N D A May 23, 2008 10:00 A.M.
Humboldt County Courthouse Conference Room B Eureka, CA 95501

Roger Rodoni (Second District Supervisor), Jill Geist (Fifth District Supervisor), Phil Smith-Haynes (Asst. County Office Administrator), Bonnie Blackberry (Civil Liberties Monitoring Project), Wes Juliana (Civil Liberties Monitoring Project), Liz Davidson (Civil Liberties Monitoring Project), Dan Taranto (At-Large Representative), Jack Berstein (At-Large Representative), Robert Vogt (At-Large Representative).

Staff (as needed for meeting):
Wendy Chaitin (Interim County Counsel), Kirk Girard (Community Development Services), Brian Cox (Div. of Environmental Health), Paul Gallegos (District Attorney).

Call to Order – Supervisor Rodoni

Welcome and Introductions (Attachment A- Distribution of member contact list)

Purpose of the Code Enforcement Task Force (Attachment B-Copy of April 8th Certified Copy Board Order)

As a result of issues heard by the Board of Supervisor’s on April 8, 2008, Task Force Members shall examine the Code Enforcement Manual and other appropriate procedures, and evaluate the coordination with Community Development Services, Environmental Health, County Counsel including the Code Enforcement Unit, and the District Attorney’s Office

Tasks, Finding and Recommendation Due Date -_______________

Introduction to Code Enforcement – Chaitin/Hendry
Types of Code Enforcement
Building Code
Resource Code
Subdivision Map Act
Solid Waste
Public Health & Safety
Warrant Inspections
How Does One Find Themselves Receiving Attention by CEU?
Inter-Department Coordination and Response
Remedy Courses
Community Development
Code Enforcement Unit
Board of Supervisor’s Nuisance & Abatement Hearings
District Attorney

Summarize Public Input from Board of Supervisor’s April 8th meeting

Respond to Questions submitted by Bonnie Blackberry at April 8th meeting.

Discuss Evaluation process, Recommendation and Report Findings format.

Discuss next meeting topics and date.

Adjourn to
 – (Tentative) Wednesday,__________, 2009 at 10:00 AM