Temecula-Elsinore-Anza-Murrieta Resource Conservation District
Thursday, May 13, 2021 4:00 pm
41923 Second Street, Fourth Floor
Temecula, CA 92590
Resource Conservation District
Regular Board Meeting
Thursday, May 13, 2021 – 4:00 p.m.
41923 Second Street, Fourth Floor
The TEAMRCD promotes conservation practices of natural resources, opportunities for public education and participation, and a sustainable quality of life for communities within the District.
ADDING URGENCY ITEMS TO THE AGENDA:
Items may be added to the Agenda in accordance with section 54954.2(b)(2) of the Government Code (Brown Act), upon a determination by a two-thirds vote of the members of the legislative body present at the meeting, or, if less than two-thirds of the members are present, a unanimous vote of those members present, that there is a need to take immediate action and that the need for action came to the attention of the Temecula-Elsinore-Anza-Murrieta Resource Conservation District after the agenda was posted.
I. PRELIMINARY FUNCTIONS
Call to Order – Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call/Establish a Quorum
Approval of Agenda
Any person may address the Board at this time upon any subject not identified on this Agenda but within the jurisdiction of the Temecula-Elsinore-Anza-Murrieta Resource Conservation District. Please note that for items not listed on the agenda, the Brown Act imposes limitations on what the Board may do at this time. The Board may not take action on the item at this meeting. As to matters on the Agenda, persons will be given an opportunity to address the Board when the matter is considered. If you wish to speak during public comment, please fill out a “Speaker Request Form” and give it to the Board Secretary. When the Board President calls your name, please immediately begin by giving your name and address for the record. Each speaker will be given three (3) minutes to address the Board.
II. CONSENT CALENDAR
Consent Calendar items are expected to be routine and non-controversial, to be acted upon by the Board at one time without discussion. All items appearing on the Consent Calendar may be disposed of by a single motion. Items shall be removed from the Consent Calendar if any member of the Board of Directors, staff member, or interested person requests removal prior to a vote on a motion to approve the items. Such items shall be considered separately for action by the Board.
Consider approval of Minutes of the Board of Directors Regular Meeting of April 8, 2021
Consider approval for current Financials and Management Reports for period ended March 31, 2021 and April 30, 2021.
Consider approval for current bills and reimbursements:
Big Horse Feed, $30.00 – Reimburse wire fee.
DA Getty Inv.#008, $479.00 – Administration
Mission Resource Inv. #2984 – 2996, $4,690.00 – AIEP and CropSwap Audits.
SAWA Inv. #2020-143, $1,472.73 and Inv. #2020-136, $1,533.23, Inv. #2021-06, $1,002.52 and 2021-19, $1,387.95 – Flood Control Projects/Collaboration
Bills to be paid or reimbursements:
American Express- $60.85 – Got Transcripts
SAWA Inv. #2021-31, $1,387.95 – Flood Control Projects/Collaboration
SAWA - $1,404.70
RCWD - $13,700.00 – AIEP and CropSwap Audits
Approve all Correspondence and General information listed below as received on Consent Calendar
IV. GENERAL INFORMATION –CORRESPONDENCE GENERAL
CARCD – 4/20/21
CSDA - 4/6/21, 4/20/21, 4/27/21, 5/4/21
RCA – 4/7/21
River Network – 4/7/21, 4/12/21, 4/20/21
Riverside County Watershed – 4/12/21, 4/15/21
NACD eResource – 4/6/21, 4/27/21
SDLF – 4/19/21
SDRMA – Letter regarding updates to 2021 COVID-19 sick leave dated 3/31/21.
City of Murrieta – Public Hearing Notice dated 4/16/21.
Sumittal of GCC report to State Controller’s office dated 5/7/21.
V. ACTION ITEMS/ DISCUSSION CALENDAR
Bob Hewitt-Report and Update on NRCS activity and ongoing projects. Discussion and potential inclusion of Chipping program on the website.
Discussion and potential approval of Board Policy norms to be added to the Board Policy Manual-Lisa Battiato
Discussion and review of submitted 2 choices by each Director for potential inclusion on Annual Work Plan-Rose Corona
VI. NEW BUSINESS
VII. OLD BUSINESS
Update on Homeless Monitoring - Newton Parkes
Update and discussion on AEIP and CropSwap reports - Lisa Battiato
Update on Anza/Aguanga area-Teri Biancardi
Update and discussion on website progress-Lisa Battiato and Deb Getty
VIII. SPEAKERS AND PRESENTATIONS
SCOTT MURRAY-President of MISSION RESOURCE CONSERVATION DISTRICT- Discussion and presentation of the Agri-ecology programs run by MRCD.
IX. ORAL/WRITTEN REPORTS
No oral reports will be given during this meeting to allow the Speaker to have more time for presentation and Q&A.
X. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
ADA COMPLIANCE STATEMENT:
Upon request, this agenda will be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with disabilities, as required by §202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Any person with a disability who requires a modification or accommodation on order to participate in a meeting should direct such request to the District at least 48 hours before the meeting, if possible.
Next Meeting: June 10, 2021 at 4:00 PM Regular Meeting