Public Notice

Glenn County Solid Waste Conversion Facility Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

Notice is Hereby Given that the Glenn County has completed an assessment of the possible environmental effects of the following described Project, determined that an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) is appropriate, and prepared a Draft EIR analyzing the potential effects of the Project. This determination has been made, and the Draft EIR has been prepared, according to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the State CEQA Guidelines, and the rules, regulations, and procedures for implementing CEQA as adopted by the Glenn County.

 Download the Draft EIR

HHSA Consolidating Services

Glenn County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Continues Toward Consolidating Services

 

The Social Service Department located at building 604 E. Walker Street in Orland will be moving to a new location, 127 E. Walker Street. The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) office in Orland will also be relocated to 127 E. Walker Street as well. The move will happen in the beginning of April.

HHSA Consolidating Services

Glenn County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Continues Toward Consolidating Services

The Social Service Department located at building 604 E. Walker Street in Orland will be moving to a new location, 127 E. Walker Street. The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) office in Orland will also be relocated to 127 E. Walker Street as well. The move will happen in the beginning of April.

Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) public hearing

The purpose of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) public hearing is to share with
the community the feedback received from the community stakeholder input during the 30
day public comment period from May 13, 2019 through June 11, 2019. The public hearing
provides a structured process that the county uses in partnership with stakeholders in
determining how best to utilize funds that become available for the MHSA components.

Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) public hearing

MHSA Public Hearing Meeting

The purpose of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) public hearing is to share with
the community the feedback received from the community stakeholder input during the 30
day public comment period from May 13, 2019 through June 11, 2019. The public hearing
provides a structured process that the county uses in partnership with stakeholders in
determining how best to utilize funds that become available for the MHSA components.

NOTICE OF 45-DAY PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR PROPOSED BUILDING STANDARDS

Notice of 45-day Comment Period for Proposed Building Standards to the 2016 California Plumbing Code (CPC) and the 2016 California Green Building Standards Code (CALGREEN)

The Department of Housing and Community Development is proposing the adoption of building standards in the 2016 edition of the California Plumbing Code, Part 5 and the California Green Building Standard Code (CALGreen), Part 11 of Title 24.  

Notice of Public Hearing - Glenn County 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness

 Public Hearing Notice 

Glenn County Board of Supervisors will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at 9:15 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Board will allow, at the Glenn County Board of Supervisors’ Chambers, 525 W. Sycamore Street, Willows, California to solicit community input on the Glenn County 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness. The Community Action Department is seeking to adopt the Plan in order to qualify to accept the County’s noncompetitive allocation of No Place Like Home funding.  To review the plan in advance, please see the attached document.

PAROLE DENIED for Inmate Card

PAROLE DENIED

Inmate John Wayne Card was denied parole on April 23, 2019.  He will serve an additional 3 years before parole will be considered again.  In 1974, Inmate Card murdered 3 members of the Griffiths family as part of a robbery scheme.  He then kidnapped and held hostage 3 members of the Skillin family for nearly a week while he attempted to evade law enforcement.  Finally, after abandoning the Skillin family by chaining them to a tree in the forest, he was captured near Truckee by a coalition of northern California law enforcement agencies and the FBI.  Inmate Card was convicted at a jury trial and sentenced to death.  However, in 1976 the California Supreme Court ruled that the death penalty statute violated the California Constitution and commuted the death sentences of Inmate Card and approximately 70 other inmates to life in prison.  The statute was later updated to address the constitutional concerns of the California Supreme Court, but the commuted death sentences could not be reinstated.

PAROLE DENIED for Inmate Card

PAROLE DENIED

Inmate John Wayne Card was denied parole on April 23, 2019.  He will serve an additional 3 years before parole will be considered again.  In 1974, Inmate Card murdered 3 members of the Griffiths family as part of a robbery scheme.  He then kidnapped and held hostage 3 members of the Skillin family for nearly a week while he attempted to evade law enforcement.  Finally, after abandoning the Skillin family by chaining them to a tree in the forest, he was captured near Truckee by a coalition of northern California law enforcement agencies and the FBI.  Inmate Card was convicted at a jury trial and sentenced to death.  However, in 1976 the California Supreme Court ruled that the death penalty statute violated the California Constitution and commuted the death sentences of Inmate Card and approximately 70 other inmates to life in prison.  The statute was later updated to address the constitutional concerns of the California Supreme Court, but the commuted death sentences could not be reinstated.

PAROLE DENIED for Inmate Currier

PAROLE DENIED!!!

On May 7, 2019, Inmate Steve Burdell Currier was denied parole! He will serve an additional 3 years before parole will be considered again. Deputy District Attorney Coffey wrote a letter to the California Board Of Parole Hearings voicing Glenn County’s opposition to his parole from California Medical Facility-Vacaville. Vacaville Medical Facility has previously housed other notorious California inmates such as Charles Manson, Richard Allen Davis, and Juan Corona.

PAROLE DENIED for Inmate Manning

PAROLE DENIED for Inmate Manning!

On July 9th 2019, at the California State Prison, Los Angeles County located in Lancaster, California a parole hearing was held for Inmate John Manning. Manning had previously been convicted at a jury trial of being hired to murder victim F.M., a father of four young daughters in Glenn County, over a drug debt. The plan to assassinate F.M. was carried out by Inmate Manning and two codefendants by luring the victim to a remote location and executing him in cold blood as he begged for his life. This case was investigated by Glenn County Sheriff's Office. Manning was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. However, over Christmas 2018 then Governor Jerry Brown commuted Manning’s sentence to life WITH the possibility of parole, which made Manning eligible for parole immediately. After a lengthy hearing, the Parole Board denied Manning’s parole, and he will not be eligible for parole again for 3 years.