Though not highlighted in the local media, one of the most important county documents (which will be discussed at Tuesday’s Supervisor meeting) is the annual board objectives. Each year at a workshop the board reviews their objectives, and they are prioritized at levels A, B and C. Here they are:
•Maintain county’s financial stability and core services in light of economic conditions.
•Investigate the possibility, with service providers like NoRTEC and Sutter Housing Authority contracts for service for community development block grants and similar programs.
•Investigate feasibility of a reorganization of the sanidation district including design/build alternatives aw well as including alternative service delivery models
•Eliminate the inclusionary housing policy
•Advocate for support to the increasingly aging population and disabled
•Continue to develop and improve the Airport to ensure it operates as an enterprise fund
•Develop policy on final permits
•Investigation potential for consolidation of offices and qualifications (additions) to statuary offices
•Work with legislative advocates to introduce flexibility with rural counties in the affordable housing element policy
•Look for opportunities to promote local sustainable job-enhancing economic and resource management practices for the county in our economic development office
•Increase public awareness and civic engagement through educational information programs
•Analyze OHV impacts to the county in cooperation with the Forest Service and other concerned parties
•Investigate partnership with Placer County on AB811
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