Maddox wasn’t sure what the process would be. Supervisor Paul Roen was hoping for some relocation opportunities with the State closing it and not the County.
County Counsel said there was a possibility of some relocation funding, which is a benefit with the State taking the lead. Maddox stated, how fast they move will be the question, and added that the County should go forward with the code violations, so the State is clear on all the problems. He concluded by saying at least they are starting and at that point he will be back to the Board about selling it not as a trailer park.
Supervisor Scott Schlefstein wanted the public aware that the State of California is the only entity that can revoke the permit. He added the State is in complete control and Sierra County has no control over it. Board Chair Lee Adams thought maybe they should contact Assemblyman Dahle and Senator Gaines to move this forward.
Maddox hoped he would have something more by the next meeting in Loyalton.
Sierra County Planning Director Tim Beals said they have 80% completion of inventory on the land use issues on the property. He stated there were building permit issues, land use issues and illegal dumping. Beals said he tried to engage the City of Loyalton and they have not responded. He felt the task would be done by the next board meeting.