October 8, 2019 Board of Supervisors Meeting Highlights

(6J/K/L) Upcoming Projects The Board took action on the following projects: Awarded a construction contract to Pacific Parks Landscaping for the Napa River Oakville Crossroad to Oak Knoll Restoration Project. The project will address sites in Group B shown on this map and will help reduce sediment loads into the river and provide biological complexity throughout the river channel. Approved plans and specifications and authorized the Director of Public Works to advertise for sealed bids the Manley Lane Culvert Repair Project, which was damaged as a result of the 2014 earthquake. Approved two new capital improvement projects – a guardrail and striping
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September 17, 2019 Board of Supervisors Meeting Highlights

(9B) Celebrating Latinx Heritage in Napa County The Board presented the Latinx Heritage Committee with a proclamation recognizing the County’s Latinx community and the significant economic contribution they make as well as the profound positive influence they have on our community through their strong commitment to family, faith, education, hard work, culture, and service. Please join me in celebrating our Latinx community and be sure to visit NapaLatinx.org for a list of ceremonies and activities that honor this wonderful community from September through November. (9C) $1.25 Million in Funds for Housing! Approved a loan for $500,000 with Satellite Affordable Housing Associates
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September 10, 2019 Board of Supervisors Meeting Highlights

(6G/6H) UPCOMING PROJECTS The following projects were approved this week: A contract for the 2014 Napa Earthquake Structure repairs was awarded to Ashron Construction to address structural damage to bridges and culverts caused by the August 2014 Napa earthquake. Repairs will be conducted at Old Sonoma Road MPM 2.27, Silverado Trail MPM 1.47, and Silverado Trail MPM 10.64. The Devlin Road Segment F portion of the Devlin Rd. Paving Project was approved, which aims to connect the unincorporated County from Soscol Ferry Road in the north to American Canyon in the south. This segment connects Tower Road to South Kelly
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August 27, 2019 Board of Supervisors Meeting Highlights

(61) UPCOMING PROJECT- Double Chip Seal & Microsurfacing This week, a construction contract was awarded to Pavement Coatings Co., for the Zinfandel Subdivision Double Chip Seal & Microsurfacing Project. This project will install two layers of asphalt and a finish layer of microsurfacing on Stice Lane, Walnut Avenue, Zygmunt Drive, Bello Avenue, Vineland Avenue, Garden Avenue, Mountain Avenue, and Victoria Lane. SBl funds will be utilized to fund this project. (6R/10E) Appointments Congratulations to those appointed to the following groups: Re-appointment of Todd Cooper to serve on the Napa County Assessment Appeals Board. Appointment of A. Kay Altizer to serve
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August 20, 2019 Board of Supervisors Meeting Highlights:

(6Q) PROJECT – More River Restoration This week, plans and specifications were approved for the Oakville to Oak Knoll Group B Revegtation project, which is a part of the larger Napa River Restoration effort. This effort continues restoration activities on the Napa River to reduce sediment loads into the river and to support biological complexity throughout the river channel. Funding will come from grants as well as County unincorporated area Measure A funds in order to support revegetation efforts, including off-site tree planting. The project is now ready to go out to bid, with completion of the project anticipated for
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July 30, 2019 Board of Supervisors Meeting Highlights

( 6A) Funding for Emerging Monarch Resource Community Program A total of $400,000 in grant funds was awarded by the California Office of Emergency Services to fund an emerging Family Justice Center in Napa County. These funds, dispersed over a two year period, will be utilized for the County’s new Monarch Resource Community program aimed to better serve vulnerable victims of crime in our County. Our District Attorney has been working together with community partners to develop this program which will utilize existing resources to provide a variety of person-centered victim services in order to minimize the challenges and trauma
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