Friday Notes January 14, 2022

Posted on January 14, 2022

DATE: January 14, 2022

Monday January 17, 2022 Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday

City Hall is currently closed due to a number of staff out as a result of quarantine or isolation orders. You
may still reach a staff person by calling 530-824-7029. You can pay all invoices online at or through the mail slot in front of Finance.

Inframark One-Year Contract Extension
The City Council approved a one-year contract extension with wastewater treatment plant operator,
New Monument Sign at Transportation Center:
The City Council directed staff to pursue replacement of the Transportation Center sign with a new
Monument Sign LED with a display.
Leaf Pick Up:
Leaf pickup will continue as time allows. Leaf piles must not have branches, brush or other debris or
they will not be removed. Please make sure leaves are not blocking gutters preventing water flow.
Christmas Tree Disposal:
A wood waste bin will be available in front of the City Corporation Yard located at 1106 Butte Street
for free disposal of live Christmas Trees only. Please remove all decorations. This service will be
available through January 17th.

Patrol: In addition to responding to 132 calls for service, a total of 26 officer reports were taken and
there were 49 officer-initiated incidents, including 10 traffic stops. Officers made 2 misdemeanor and 4
felony arrests. Officers issued 4 citations, of which; 1 was a misdemeanor, 1 was animal, 1 was a felony,
and 1 was unclassified during the period of January 7, 2022, through January 13, 2022.

Training: Officers continue to participate in POST Portal training and Lexipol Daily Training Bulletins.
Other POST on-line training continues for Patrol and Dispatch personnel.

“The greatest wealth is health.”

The Corning Volunteer Fire Department responded to 11 calls for service last week, they were: 5
medicals, 2 fires, and 4 public service.

The Orland, Capay, Artois, Bayliss, Glenn Codora, Ord Bend and Butte City Volunteer Fire Departments
were dispatched to 11 calls for service last week, they were: 8 medicals, 2 traffic collisions and 1 public

The total call volume for The CVFD in 2021 was 1,153 calls for service.

The total call volume dispatched for the above Glenn County Fire Departments were 1,079 calls for
service in 2021.

Please have 2 fire escape routes from your residence and have a family gathering point well away from
the fire.

We currently have 78 youth enrolled in our Winter programs. Staff had a meeting with Coach Studer,
Corning High School Football coach, regarding a Flag Football program. Coach Studer seemed to be
accepting of it and will allow us to recruit (from his players) to become coaches, referees and helpers in
the Flag Football program. Levi Ross and I are working on the Flag Football program details.

The City Council approved the development of a Proposition 68 Recreation Center and City Plaza Ad-
Hoc Committee and appointed Vice Mayor Demo and Council member Hargens to the committee. Two
Recreation Commissioners and three members of the public-at-large will be appointed as well. If you are
interested in participating as a public member-at-large, please stay tuned for the application process or
email to express your interest. The application will be posted on the City Facebook
page once available.

The City Council approved new playground equipment to be installed at Children’s Park. The City
Council also directed staff to issue a request for proposals to resurface the tennis courts at Northside
Park to create one tennis court and four pickleball courts.

Corning Crossroads submitted an application for a parcel map extension, which will be presented to the
Planning Commission in February.

The TK Ranch property sold to a new developer. The approved map will expire in September of this
year, so I sent a letter to the new property owner as a friendly reminder.

(HCD) has revised the State Income Limits for 2021, which became effective January 1, 2022. The
revision is in response to Chapter 354, Statute of 2021 (AB 1043), which adds section 50063.5 to the
Health and Safety Code and defines a new income category: acutely low-income. California’s acutely
low-income households are defined as households whose income does not exceed 15-percent of the
area median income, adjusted for family size.

There will not be a Planning Commission Meeting on January 18, 2022.

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