The Civil Liberties Monitoring Project (CLMP) was founded 1983 in Miranda, Humboldt County, California. We have preserved here an archive of the website.

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 Task Force Meeting #2

Code Enforcement Task Force Meeting
June 6, 2008 – 10:00 A.M until 1:00 PM

Humboldt County Library Conference Room 1313 3rd Street Eureka, CA 95501

Johanna Rodoni Second District Supervisor
Jill Geist Fifth District Supervisor
Phil Smith-Hanes Asst. County AdministrativeOfficer
Bonnie Blackberry Civil Liberties Monitoring Project
Liz Davidson Civil Liberties Monitoring Project
Wes Juliana Civil Liberties Monitoring Project
Dan Taranto At-Large Representative
Jack Bernstein At-Large Representative
Robert Vogt At-Large Representative
Wendy Chaitin Interim County Counsel
Kirk Girard Community Development Services
Brian Cox Div. of Environmental Health

Call to Order-Supervisor Geist

Confirm Receipt of Materials/Information Requested at May 23rd Meeting
Code Enforcement Manual
E-mail of 5/20/08 from Richard Hendry with 2 attachments: Inspection and Warrant Policy, and Use of Force Policy
Organizational Chart of Code Enforcement Unit (incl. reference to Dept. interface)
Copy of the Code Enforcement Officers survey
Grand Jury Report addressing Community Development Services & SMA violations
CA Dept of Conservation Williamson Act Audit
Wood Ranch – timeline, agency involvement, authority, and areas of inspection.

Continue Introduction to Code Enforcement from May 23rd Meeting
– Interim County Counsel Wendy Chaitin
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 (continue)
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.

Discussion of the “Inspections and Warrants” document, dated May 15, 2008

Tasks, Finding and Recommendation Due Date – by July 8, 2008

Discuss Evaluation process, Recommendation and Report Findings format.

Discuss next meeting topics and date – Suggested dates: June 13 & 27th.