Tehama County Supervisors to Discuss Funding for Homeless Navigation Centers – Red Bluff Daily News

RED BLUFF – The Tehama County Board of Supervisors will speak on Tuesday about using the COVID-19 funding the county has received to support the Tehama Homeless Navigation Center project.

As part of Rounds 2 and 3 of the Community Development Block Grant’s coronavirus response, the county received $ 569,803. the town of Tehama received $ 199,467 and Corning $ 281,839. The two cities contribute $ 81,839 to the navigation center. The cities and county are allocating $ 851,109 to be used for the navigation center.

The Director of Administrative Services, Dava Kohlman, asks the council to confirm the agreement with the state for the Tehama Homeless Navigation Center project for a period of 24 months from the date of final approval of the Ministry of Housing and Community Development. Total funding for the project would be $ 851,109.

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Executive Director of Public Health Jayme Bottke will ask the board to authorize him to sign an agreement with the Institute of Public Health to provide a COVID-19 contact tracing and investigation team. Total transaction compensation would not exceed $ 145,900 for three months from the start of the execution date.

The Tehama County Supervisory Board is meeting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday at 727 Oak St. in Red Bluff. Meetings are free and open to the public. However, some guidelines are in place due to the pandemic. The number of members of the public is limited and all participants must wear masks.

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