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File #: 20-192    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Report Status: Work Session
File created: 2/11/2020 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 3/4/2020 Final action:
Title: 2020 Community Development Work Program
Attachments: 1. Att.A - 9-18-19 CDD Mid-Year Work Program, 2. Att.B - Project Status List
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AGENDA DATE: 3/4/2020

2020 Community Development Work Program

SUBJECT/PROPOSAL/REQUEST: Assure alignment between the Board's interests and the Community Development Department (CDD) Work Program

ITEM TYPE: Regular Information Item

STAFF CONTACT(S): Richardson, Walker, Filardo, McCulley

PRESENTER (S): Jodie Filardo and Amelia McCulley

LEGAL REVIEW: Not Required

REVIEWED BY: Jeffrey B. Richardson

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this work session is to update the Board on the status of the work program presented at the Board meeting on 9-18-19, to review the current workload facing CDD, to review the summary of items currently awaiting prioritization and to present a way forward consistent with the Board's interests. The Board's Strategic Initiatives and previously established work program have provided initial direction, but staff recognizes there remain additional initiatives not yet included in CDD's work program. The ongoing challenge is to manage the Board's interests while addressing the needs of the department to build capacity in a world of increasing volumes in the CDD workload.

STRATEGIC PLAN: Quality Government Operations: Ensure County government's ability to provide high quality service that achieves community priorities

DISCUSSION: At this meeting, staff is looking for Board direction related to the suggested approaches outlined in this work session. At the September 18, 2019 Board meeting, staff presented a mid-year update to the work program initially presented in February 2019 predicated on the assumption of capacity across CDD with which to address the additional initiatives. This assumption is not borne out by the data. In fact, since the implementation of KRONOS, the County's new timekeeping system, for the first time staff can see the amount of overtime worked and the accrued compensatory time built up by individuals in an effort to keep abreast of incoming applications and other requests for service. D...

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