Friday Notes April 22, 2022

Posted on April 20, 2022



DATE:   April 22, 2022




Fiscal Year 2022/2023 Budget:

I met with Department Heads regarding their fiscal year 2022/2023 budget proposals on April 18th.

Proposition 47 Cohort 2 Restore Program:

On April 20th I facilitated a Proposition 47 Cohort 2 Quarterly Advisory meeting.  Tehama County Department of Education has agreed to lead the Cohort 3 Grant.

Waste Management Smart Truck:

Waste Management is in the initial stages of implementing its Smart Truck technology.  There is a 10% threshold for recycling or yard waste to be deemed contaminated.  Lids open 12 inches or more are subject to overage fees.  Residents and commercial accounts will start receiving warnings of contamination or overfilled carts.  These warnings will turn to fines after 3 warnings.  If residents are finding their recycling cart full, they should order a second recycling cart by calling 800-479-8101 or the local service number at 530-824-4690.  It is included with their service at no additional cost.  Residents should not place bags full of recyclables in their recycling cart.  Doing so will be considered contamination.  They should empty their bag of recyclables directly into their recycling cart and then place the empty bag in their trash cart.

Upcoming Meetings:

  • April 21st: I will be attending a Northern California Cities’ Self Insurance Fund (NCCSIF) meeting in Rocklin, CA.
  • April 21st: I will also be attending a California Product Stewardship Council Board meeting.
  • April 27th: I will be attending a Groundwater Commission meeting.  I will also be meeting with City/County Administrators about what to expect and plan for in terms of dry wells this upcoming summer the same day.



ATP – Safe Routes to School Projects:

The design engineer, REY Engineers has submitted 60% plans for both the Olive View and West Street Schools Safe Routes to School Projects.  Staff will be reviewing these in the upcoming weeks and will provide comments to the Consultant to continue the preparation of Plans and Specifications.  Funding for the construction of these projects is programed in FY22/23.

Solano Street Intersection Improvements:

The Solano Street Intersection Improvement Project is currently out for construction bids.  The bids are due back to City Hall on April 27, 2022.

Fire Season Preparation:

Public Works Staff has started to mow and place fire breaks on City property to prepare for this upcoming fire season.  This work will take a couple of weeks to complete.





April 19th Planning Commission Meeting:

The Corning Planning Commission approved Conditional Use Permit 2022-302 allowing the sale of Beer and Wine in an existing building located at 1301 Solano St.

Solano Street Building Improvements:

We are starting to see changes/improvements to some of the buildings located on Solano Street and hope this trend continues.


Flag Football Signups:

We are winding down our Corning Flag Football signups.  Currently we are at 32 players and hope to get some of those last-minute sign ups in the last week of April.

May 3rd Corning Tuesday Evening Market:

The Chamber and staff are working diligently on the next Corning Tuesday Evening Market scheduled for May 3rd  from 5-8 PM.  As of now, all is looking good for another successful event!

June 11th Weekend Holistic Playground Paint Party at Clark Park:

The Holistic Playground Paint Party at Clark Park is scheduled for the weekend of June 11th.  More details will be provided in future Friday Notes once all details are finalized.




In addition to responding to 123 calls for service, a total of 15 officer reports were taken and there were 61 officer-initiated incidents, including 19 traffic stops.  Officers made 7 misdemeanor and 1 felony arrests.  Officers issued 8 citations, of which; 6 were misdemeanors, and 2 were parking during the period of April 14, 2022, through April 20, 2022.



Corning Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) Call Volume:

The Corning Volunteer Fire Department responded to 24 calls for service last week, they consisted of:  19 medicals, 3 fires, 1 mutual aid fire, and 1 public service.

The Orland, Capay, Artois, Butte City, Bayless, Glenn Codora, and Ord Bend Volunteer Fire Department Call Volumes:

The Orland, Capay, Artois, Butte City, Bayliss, Glenn Codora, and Ord Bend Volunteer Fire Departments were dispatched to a combined total of 22 calls for service last week, they consisted of:  16 medicals, 3 fires, 2 traffic collisions, and 1 investigation.

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