The Commission will hold a hybrid meeting which will allow public participation in person and online via Zoom video conference. Commissioners will attend in person in accordance with the Brown Act unless otherwise noticed or approved in accordance with AB 2449. Instructions for remote public participation are included below.
Meeting ID: 843 9331 7666
Call in: 1 (669) 900-6833
1. CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
A. Roll Call
2. PRESENTATIONS/ ANNOUNCEMENTS
3. CONSENT CALENDAR
A. Approval of Minutes from the August 15, 2023 Meeting
B. Approval of the 2024 Commission Meeting Schedule
4. PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTINITY
This portion of the meeting provides an opportunity for members of the public to address the Commission on matters not on the agenda, provided that the subject matter is within the jurisdiction of the Commission. No action may be taken on off-agenda items unless authorized by law. All statements that require a response will be referred to staff for reply in writing.
5. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A. Preview of Regional Fire Services Municipal Service Review and Sphere of Influence Update
i. Weaverville Fire Protection District – Draft Agency Profile
ii. Douglas City Community Services District – Draft Agency Profile
B. Expiring Commissioner Terms Update
7. EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S REPORT/ CORRESPONDENCE
A. CALAFCO Conference (October 18-20) Report (No attachment)
B. CALAFCO Legislative Update (December 2023)
8. COMMISSIONER’S COMMENTS
The next LAFCo meeting is scheduled for February 20, 2024, at 4:00 p.m. at the Trinity County Library Meeting Room in Weaverville.
The Commission may take action upon any item listed on the agenda. Unless otherwise noted, items may be taken up at any time during the meeting.
All persons are invited to provide public testimony and submit written comments to the Commission. All written materials received by staff before 12:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting will be distributed to the Commission. If you wish to submit written material at the meeting, please supply 10 copies.
The location of this meeting is wheelchair accessible. If other accommodations are required to assist a person with a disability to participate in the meeting, please contact the Executive Officer or Commission Clerk at least 24 hours before the meeting.
Disclosure & Disqualification Requirements
Any person or group of persons acting in concert who directly or indirectly contribute $1,000 or more in support of or in opposition to a change of organization or reorganization that has been submitted to Trinity LAFCo must comply with the disclosure requirements of the Political Reform Act of 1974 applicable to local initiative measures to be submitted to the electorate. These requirements contain provisions for making disclosures of contributions and expenditures at specified intervals; they may be reviewed at Government Code §§56700.1 and 81000 et seq. Additional information about the requirements pertaining to local initiative measures to be presented to the electorate can be obtained by calling the Fair Political Practices Commission at (916) 322-5660.
A LAFCo Commissioner must disqualify herself or himself from voting on an application involving an “entitlement for use” (such as an annexation or sphere amendment) if, within the last twelve months, the Commissioner has received $250 or more in campaign contributions from the applicant, any financially interested person who actively supports or opposes the application, or an agent (such as an attorney, engineer, or planning consultant) representing the applicant or an interested party. The law (Government Code Section 84308) also requires any applicant or other participant in a LAFCo proceeding to disclose the contribution amount and name of the recipient Commissioner on the official record of the proceeding.
Any material submitted to the Commission after this agenda is posted will be made available for public inspection as soon as possible on the LAFCo website trinitylafco.org.
Contact LAFCo Staff
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