City Manager's Weekly Report | October 2, 2015

  1. Fire Chief reports department responded to 3 dispatches, 2 traffic collisions, 1 false alarm; conducted weekly training on “low angle rope rescues”; worked with Mt. Shasta fleet mechanic to schedule warranty work on ladder truck 820 air conditioner cooling fan (factory recall); entered information and forwarded 3rd quarter reports to California State Fire Marshall’s office.
  2. Community Services Officer reports a fifth wheel was ticketed on Needham St. and appears to be abandoned; assisted public works with chipping of pre cut debris north of Hedge Creek falls; assisted with rehanging of restored signs on Belnap fountain; conducted security check at airport; and assisted with planting of fish for the Big Fish/Trophy Trout program.
  3. Interim City Manager met with Sheriff’s representative about 2015-16 MOU for law enforcement services, special enforcement to reduce speeding on Dunsmuir Ave,  and reported issue with person at downtown business.
  4. Sara Anna filled in for Julie Iskra who is recovering from knee replacement.  Sara was also drafted to attend Council meeting and take minutes.  It was found that maps a part of General Plan on web page were not scanned correctly and they were replaced with the assistance of Councilman Craig.
  5. Public Works Supervisor was on vacation all week.  Crew was able to rehang signs on Belnap fountain after cleaning them up; chipped brush from Mott Road; placed barricades and signs at Library to allow painting; placed barricades for temporary bridge closures; attended bridge inspections with Caltrans inspector (Shasta Retreat and Butterfly); loaded dumpster with ivy and blackberry bush cuttings from Tauhindauli Park.  Last planting of trout for Big Fish/Trophy Trout program completed on Thursday.