NORTHERN SIERRA AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS REGULAR MEETING
May 20, 2013, 1:00 P.M.
(Site A) VIDEOCONFERENCE HELLING LIBRARY CONFERENCE ROOM, 980 HELLING WAY NEVADA CITY, CALIFORNIA
(Site B) VIDEOCONFERENCE PLUMAS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES 270 HOSPITAL ROAD, SUITE 207 QUINCY, CALIFORNIA
(Site C) TELEPHONE CONFERENCE 10879A DONNER PASS ROAD, CONFERENCE ROOM TRUCKEE, CALIFORNIA
All items on the agenda may be acted upon by the Board of Directors. No action will be taken nor discussion held at the meeting on business not appearing on the posted agenda.
I. Standing Orders:
II. Public Comment:
For Items NOT appearing on the Agenda and Within the Jurisdiction of the Board. The Public May Comment on Agenda Items As They Are Discussed. Both Teleconference Sites are Allowed an Opportunity for Public Comment.
III. Consent Calendar
A. Approval of Regular Meeting Minutes – April 22, 2013
IV. Administrative Report
A. Letter of Support for Biomass Facility in Loyalton
B. The California Air Resources Board’s Outdoor Residential Waste Burning ATCM
C. Application for Carl Moyer TIMBER Program
A. Preliminary Budget FY 2013/2014
VI. Director's Report
A. Almanor Air Basin Watershed Advisory Committee Meeting on May 8, 2013
B. The California Air Resources Board’s Request to Provide Training on State Diesel Regulations
C. Greenwaste in Plumas, Sierra and Nevada Counties
VII. Concerns of the Board - The Board may at this time bring up matters it wishes to discuss at the next Board Meeting, as long as no discussions are conducted and no actions are taken, in compliance with the Brown Act.
VIII. Schedule next Meeting - Next meeting scheduled for June 24, 2013
IX. AdjournmentPERSONS DESIRING TO ADDRESS THE BOARD
Meetings of the Board of Directors shall be conducted by the Chairperson in a manner consistent with the policies of the District. The latest edition of Robert's Rules of Order, Revised shall also be used as a general guideline for meeting protocol. District policies shall prevail whenever they are in conflict with Robert's Rules of Order, Revised. All Board meetings shall commence at the time stated on the agenda and shall be guided by same.
Provisions for permitting any individual or group to address the Board concerning any item on the agenda of a special meeting, or to address the Board at a regular meeting on any subject that lies within the jurisdiction of the Board of Directors, shall be as follows:
|Three (3) minutes may be allotted to each speaker and a maximum of fifteen (15) minutes to each subject matter;No boisterous conduct shall be permitted at any Board meeting. Persistence in boisterous conduct shall be grounds for summary termination, by the Chairperson, of that person's privilege of address.No oral presentation shall include charges or complaints against any District employee, regardless of whether or not the employee is identified in the presentation by name or by another reference which tends to identify. All charges or complaints against employees shall be submitted to the Board of Directors under provisions contained in District Policy #1030.Willful disruption of any of the meetings of the Board of Directors shall not be permitted. If the Chairperson finds that there is in fact willful disruption of any meeting of the Board, he/she may order the room cleared and subsequently conduct the Board's business without the audience present.In such an event, only matters appearing on the agenda may be considered in such a session.After clearing the room, the Chairperson may permit those persons who, in his/her opinion, were not responsible for the willful disruption to re-enter the meeting room.Duly accredited representatives of the news media, whom the Chairperson finds not to have participated in the disruption, shall be admitted to the remainder of the meeting.Members of the public are given the opportunity to address the Board of Directors directly at each teleconference location. |
POSTING of the AGENDA
The agenda shall be posted at least 72 hours prior to the regular meeting at the following locations: Eric Rood Government Center in Nevada City, The Plumas County Courthouse in Quincy, the Litton Building in Grass Valley, the Plumas County Board of Supervisors Chambers in Quincy, Sierra County Courthouse Square in Downieville, and the Nevada County Library in Nevada City. To obtain a copy of the most current agenda, please contact the Clerk of the Board, at (530) 274-9360