January 15, 2014
The agenda includes the following items:
1. Approval of Minutes – 11/12/13 meeting
2. Approval of Payments
a. Refunds to 6 Parcel Owners for Special Assessment Fees paid in excess
b. City of Woodland for Administrative Services
c. CIty of Davis for fire suppression services - 1st payment for FY15
d. City of Woodland for fire suppression services - 1st payment for FY15
3. Regular Calendar
a. Engagement Letter for Auditing Services for FYE 2012 and 2013
4. Correspondence and Information
a. Trial Balance Reports for Oct, Nov, Dec 2013
For more information please contact Elle Murphy, Board Clerk, firstname.lastname@example.org, 530-661-7832.
The Springlake Fire Protection District was created under the Health and Safety Code by a vote of the district registered voters on July 21, 1942. On July 26, 1965 the district was reorganized under the County Fire Protection District of 1961, also in accordance with the Health and Safety code (Board of Supervisors Resolution #65-159). The district boundaries currently wrap around the north part of Woodland from CR 98 to I-5 over to East Street where it proceeds to Cache Creek, then east to the Yolo County Bypass and south to the City of Davis and the University of California, Davis and back west again to CR 998 and north to CR 27 where it turns east to CR 99 and then north to the City of Woodland’s southern boundary.