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File #: 09-0786    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 6/9/2009 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 7/28/2009 Final action: 7/28/2009
Title: Health Services Department updating the Board on fiscal and operational status of said Department; and recommending adoption of Resolution approving a deviation from retention points for the purpose of retaining employees with bilingual skills in the classification of Program Assistant in said Department. Resolution 179-2009
Attachments: 1. BOS Letter for 6-23-09 HSD RIF.pdf, 2. B - Resolution 144-2009, 3. C - Resolution 145-2009, 4. D - Health Services Presentation 062309, 5. 2A - 09-0786 - Resolution.pdf, 6. 2B 09-0786 - Letter to BOS 7-28-09 HSD Update.pdf
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Health Services Department updating the Board on fiscal and operational status of said Department; and recommending adoption of Resolution approving a deviation from retention points for the purpose of retaining employees with bilingual skills in the classification of Program Assistant in said Department.
Resolution 179-2009
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Reason for Recommendation:  
During the Budget Workshop Meeting with the Board of Supervisors on June 10, 2008, the Health Services Department presented preliminary information regarding potential State funding cuts and/or deferrals that would impact the Department's programs and services in FY 09-10.  The Department recommended that it return to the Board on June 23, 2009 with further updates/information relative to potential State actions, as well as with recommendations for steps to be taken by the Department to manage fiscal and contractual impacts.
 
At the meeting on June 23, 2009, the Board requested the HSD Director to report back to the Board regularly during FY 09-10 with fiscal and operational updates and recommendations, with the next update to be in July 2009.
 
Action to be taken following Board approval:  
Take action on any Department or Board recommendations relative to managing the Department's budget in FY 09-10.