District boundaries, waste-to-energy on agenda
School district boundaries, waste-to-energy conversion and personnel issues are all on Tuesday's Glenn County supervisors agenda.
A public hearing on proposed boundary revisions to the Orland Unified and Capay Joint Union School districts is scheduled for 10 a.m. in the board chambers.
The supervisors will consider adopting legal descriptions for the two school districts, and at directing the Glenn County Board of Education to adjust two of their trustee areas to reflect the corrections being made.
New district maps and descriptions are to come before the Board of Supervisors by May 29.
The regular meeting begins at 9 a.m. at the Willows Memorial Hall, 525 West Sycamore St.
At 10:30 a.m., the board will hear from Kara Baker and consultant Ryne Johnson concerning Baker's proposed waste-to-energy conversion plant near Hamilton City.
Baker and Johnson will report on a feasibility study for the project prepared by Arrow Ecology and Engineering Overseas, Ltd. and KVB, Inc.
KVB also is asking for a final payment of $12,500 from the county to assist in payment of the study out of Glenn's Waste Disposal Enterprise Fund.
The Planning and Public Works Department then will ask for direction on where the board wants to go on this project that if built, would divert county solid waste away from its landfill.
Agricultural Commissioner Jim Donnelly is up for a pay increase through the county's merit pay system and Supervisor Leigh McDaniel is asking for discussion on the issue.
If approved, Donnelly's annual salary would rise from $86,944 to $91,291, county officials said.
For more information, call 934-6400 or visit www.countyofglenn.net.