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TOWN OF TRUCKEE <br /> TOWN COUNCIL <br />REGULAR MEETING MINUTES <br /> <br /> June 4, 1998, 6:00 P.M. <br />Truckee Donner Public Utility District Board Room <br />11570 Donner Pass Road, Truckee, CA <br /> <br />CALL TO ORDER - Mayor Florian called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. <br /> <br />ROLL CALL: <br />PRESENT: <br /> <br />Councilmembers Drake, McCormack, Schneider, Susman, and <br />Mayor Florian. <br /> <br />ALSO PRESENT: <br /> <br />Stephen L. Wright, Town Manager; Dennis Crabb, Town <br />Attorney; Jon Lander, Town Engineer; Tony Lashbrook, <br />Community Development Director; Jill Olsen, Administrative <br />Services Director; Ken Duncan, Chief of Police; and Kelly Holm, <br />Administrative Secretary. <br /> <br />PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE was led by Paul McGoldrick. <br /> <br />PUBLIC COMMENT - None <br /> <br />PRESENTATIONS <br />5.1 Presentation on the Regional Jail Facility. Captain Gary Jacobsen presented <br /> the proposal for a Tahoe-Truckee Regional Criminal Justice Center with proposed <br /> locations in Truckee and Placer County. He explained that this "Type 2" facility <br /> would combine Tahoe City and Truckee facilities, and respective staff members, <br /> into one facility to avoid the need to transfer prisoners to and fi.om court into <br /> Auburn and Nevada City. This facility would be used to house inmates <br /> committing crimes in the Truckee / Tahoe-City area only. He mentioned that all <br /> County Boards of Supervisors felt this proposal was a viable option with a 10% <br /> "hardmatch" from each county. <br /> <br />Captain Jacobsen mentioned that a federal grant was available through the Violent <br />Offender Incarceration Grant Program, but they would hold off on applying for <br />$2.3 million from the State for the jail facility until an appropriate site was <br />identified. He explained the constraints of each of the sites identified in the <br />project summary, and stated that they were looking into additional funding <br />sources. <br /> <br /> <br />
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