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File #: 19-1285    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Memo Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/9/2020 Departments: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DISTRICT 4
On agenda: 1/28/2020 Final action:
Title: Presentation providing update on 855 Barron Mobile Home Park and honoring the 855 Barron Project Team as Team of the Month for January 2020 and authorize the President of the Board to sign the commendations.
Sponsors: Warren Slocum
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To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Michael Callagy, County Manager
Subject: Team of the Month for January 2020

RECOMMENDATION:
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Presentation providing update on 855 Barron Mobile Home Park and honoring the 855 Barron Project Team as Team of the Month for January 2020 and authorize the President of the Board to sign the commendations.

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BACKGROUND:
The Team of the Month program was established in September 2018 to recognize and honor County teams who consistently demonstrate an outstanding level of performance.

Our Team of the Month for January 2020 are members from multi-departments including District Four, Office of Community Affairs, County Counsel, Department of Housing, Human Services Agency, Planning and Building, Public Works, and the County Manager's Office. The team, spearheaded by Supervisor Slocum and Peggy Jensen, includes: Marci Dragun, Mitzy De La Pe?a Medina, John Nibbelin, Brian Kulich, Monali Sheth, Ken Cole, Doug Frederick, Nila Kim, Ying Sham, Selina Toy Lee, Emma Gonzalez, Sandy Becerra, Miles Hancock and Kevin Sporer.

DISCUSSION:
About three years ago, Supervisor Slocum asked County staff to create healthy and safe housing for the over 200 residents of the Redwood Village Trailer Park located at 855 Barron Avenue in North Fair Oaks. At the time of the request, almost all the units were in the park were structurally unsound and could have been red-tagged. If the units were red-tagged, the low-income residents could have been evicted by the park owner and displaced without other affordable housing options.

A multi-departmental team including the Supervisor and his staff, Office of Community Affairs, County Counsel, Housing, Human Services, Planning and Building, Public Works, the County Manager's Office and a contract capital project manager, worked with the property owner and the residents to renovate the park infrastructure and replace the dila...

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