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Posted by: thepinetree on 02/08/2018 06:13 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 02/08/2018 06:13 PM
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CCWD Seeks Community Input, Releases Hazard Mitigation Survey

San Andreas, CA...The Calaveras County Water District invites community members to take a short survey that will help inform the update of its Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP). Public input is a critical component of a successful and comprehensive update. The purpose of the plan is to protect people and properties from the effects of hazards by developing mitigation strategies to reduce or eliminate long-term risk.






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Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:16:20   By: Anonymous
 
First, ignore Dennis.

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Second ignore Bill

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Third, ignore Elaine.

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Fifth, ignore Ed.

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Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:19:17   By: Anonymous
 
Sixth, ignore Gary.

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What not to do...CCWD is better off without Mills
Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:22:21   By: Anonymous
 
From: Bill 
Date: August 11, 2017 at 4:45:11 PM CDT
To: info@bancommercialcultivation.com
Subject: Ban Committee Update - Environmental Registry 
Friends,
Here is a copy of the letter I sent to Dennis Mills and his response, regarding our request that the board adopt a plan to create a ‘Registry of Environmental Citations’.  Attached is a copy of our proposed registry requirements.  Hope all of you will thank Dennis!!
Bill
 
Dennis,

I apologize for not running this by you prior to submitting it to the board members.  We feel this is a 'white hot' issue with many residents and I wanted to get the process moving as quickly as possible.  Besides the normal terror that residents experience from nearby pot grows, the environment aspect does not necessarily go away even if the grow goes away.  Many residents within our broad group live an 'Off Grid' or nearly 'Off Grid' life style.  Others use their lands for vegetable or other food production.  Still others, maintain livestock for personal consumption or sale.

Whether in RR zones, or any other zones, the hazards of pollution sources commonly found in pot grows, both applicant and non-applicant, present a clear and present danger that may be odorless, colorless, or otherwise undetectable.  The migration of these hazardous contaminants from the source property into, onto, or over adjoining or nearby properties is a major concern for residents.  Even knowing that multiple citations may have been issued on problem properties does not provide residents with enough information for them to take precautionary measures.  Couple that with potential infiltration into local aquifers, and the spectre of silent and deadly pollutants affecting broad areas of our rural county becomes a very major issue and problem for the board to contend with.

With no 'base line' measurements, residents who pay for their own samples, have nothing to compare them to.  Of course, the downstream, downhill, downwind migrations of these dangerous compounds and chemicals, presents a huge potential liability for the county.  How many lawyers and how much money could EBMUD bring to bear on our county if their water supplies should become contaminated?

I know you get the picture.  I am asking for some board attention be given to the outline I presented to the board.  It will take the input from various department heads and possibly some funding to start the process.  If a public meeting is needed, I can alert our vast network of residents and I am certain the turnout will be surprising.  Even if I have to prowl the corridors of government center and meet with department heads on an individual basis, I would like to know that we have the backing of the board.

Simply removing grows from RR neighborhoods will not eliminate or lessen the impact of contamination to other properties.  In fact, it may make the problem worse by concentrating more grows on larger lots, with no regard to how it is zoned.  Proximity and containment are stand alone issues.  Location or lot size has little, if nothing, to do with the problem.

I would welcome a discussion with you or other supervisors regarding this issue and will make myself available at any time to discuss it.

Many thanks in advance,
Bill McManus
768-8549
 
Response from Dennis Mills:
This matter of the environmental damage was created by liberals in Sacramento approving pot growing in our county and not thinking through the consequences. They are the ones that should be on the hook to clean up their mess. I was just in Sutter Creek this afternoon talking to several Amador Supervisors and their Sheriff. Now they know some of the problem and we need to push the narrative that everyone needs to know where these sites are, the level of contamination, and how soon the state will be here to clean it up and make us whole again.
My immediate goal is to have Environmental Health create a functional list of all APN's that have been shown to contain hazardous materials or have been cited for environmental damage. The county needs to have a clearing house that can be easily referenced by anyone including the public. The Ag Commissioner is then required to notify the state of any products that need remediation. The more the public learns about this damage the more outraged they will be that it is being hidden from their view to the potential detriment of their health and the health of their families. 
Don't let go of this, it is their Achilles heal right now. 
Dennis Mills



REGISTRY OF ENVIRONMENTAL
INCIDENTS/CITATIONS

Environmental Health Department Mission Statement:
The purpose and goal of the Environmental Health Department (Department) is to protect public health, safety and the environment. This may best be described as applied preventive medicine (i.e. serving to avert occurrences which may have deleterious health effects on the public). Staff implement state and locally mandated programs designed to protect the public from health and safety hazards. The Department provides these services through education, planning and enforcement, with an emphasis on education.
To this end, we request that the Board of Supervisors and County Administrative Officer direct the Environmental Health office to adopt a protocol or document that contains the following public reporting and make it available on the county website.
- ~ -
1. Description of property: Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN)
and/or Street Address.

2. Type of Nuisance: (marijuana activity, trash, unpermitted
structures, abandoned cars, illegal timber harvest, etc.)


3. Agencies Involved: (code compliance, DF&W, Sheriff,
Environmental Health, Public Health, DWR, etc.)

4. History of inspections/evaluations: (agency/date/results)

5. List of chemicals identified and migration profiles of each
chemical substance identified. Also, list of symptoms based
on skin contact, ingestion(aqueous/consumables), or
inhalation.

6. Based on migration profiles, list of potential properties that
might be affected, including surface water, aquifer
contamination, airborne exposure, and seasonal rain affects.

7. Hazardous contamination remediation plan and agencies
involved with contact information.

8. Establishment of ‘base line’ chemical/biological/naturally
occurring legacy contamination (soil, water, air)

9. Schedule and results of follow up inspections/samples.

10.Establish live ‘hotline’ for citizens concerns/complaints.

Compiled and provided by: THE COMMITTEE TO BAN COMMERCIAL CULTIVATION

Vist our website at: www.bancommercialcultivation.com


Contact us at: info@bancommercialcultivation.com


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    Re: What not to do...CCWD is better off without Mills
    Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:29:26   By: Anonymous
     
    Sat 7/29/2017 6:24 AM
    Dennis Mills
    Properties that are contaminated
    Timothy Lutz ; Brad Banner ; Brian Moss
    Rebecca Callen RCallen@co.calaveras.ca.us
    Good morning,

    To better understand the level of mitigation needed in our county, not just from the marijuana eradications but from all sources, has a list of properties been created to show where owners have walked away rather than clean up the property? This would relate to hazardous chemicals initially but should be expanded to locate all known hazards.

    I would like to see a GIS overlay of parcels within the county that have been identified as meeting the requirements for hazard mitigation with some type of quick link to show what hazard type and level is on the property. This would include state and federal lands within the county as I recall former Supervisor Edson having photos in his watershed management plan presentation of Furadan and other hazards being found in eradications back in 2014 (or earlier) where he was present on the sites.

    The more we have documented, the better we will understand that the eradications are only the beginning of a process to return some properties to a safe condition and be functional on our tax rolls, not only for hazards but for other issues such as moving earth and vegetation which may have destroyed wildlife habitat.

    Thanks in advance,
    Sent from my iPad


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      Re: What not to do...CCWD is better off without Mills
      Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:31:15   By: Anonymous
       
       
      Response from Dennis Mills:
      This matter of the environmental damage was created by liberals in Sacramento approving pot growing in our county and not thinking through the consequences. They are the ones that should be on the hook to clean up their mess. I was just in Sutter Creek this afternoon talking to several Amador Supervisors and their Sheriff. Now they know some of the problem and we need to push the narrative that everyone needs to know where these sites are, the level of contamination, and how soon the state will be here to clean it up and make us whole again.
      My immediate goal is to have Environmental Health create a functional list of all APN's that have been shown to contain hazardous materials or have been cited for environmental damage. The county needs to have a clearing house that can be easily referenced by anyone including the public. The Ag Commissioner is then required to notify the state of any products that need remediation. The more the public learns about this damage the more outraged they will be that it is being hidden from their view to the potential detriment of their health and the health of their families. 
      Don't let go of this, it is their Achilles heal right now. 
      Dennis Mills

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:23:34   By: Anonymous
 
Sun 8/6/2017 4:53 PM
Bill
Ban Committee Environmental Action Item
Deena Morris ; Jim LaGuardia ; Dennis Mills ; Patricia Gordo ; Elaine St. John ; Gary Tofanelli ; Karen Sisk ; kcw@caltel.com; Dennis & Susan Baskin ; Mike Gonsman ; Norma Green ; jenstew1954@gmail.com; Trisha Frazier ; Gina Gonzales ; Leslie Fontes lesliefontes@yahoo.com

Friends,
You are part of a group that has been involved with the environmental disasters occurring within our county.  Your involvement and expertise has, and is, invaluable in bringing this issue to the forefront.   Based on the reports of ‘Operation Terminus’, we see that about 30 grow sites created over 150 environmental citations from various agencies.  Can you imagine that percentage being applied to the almost 2,000 possible grow sites in the county?  Every county resident, and some more than others, is a potential victim of environmental crime.  This can no longer be kept a secret by our elected and appointed officials.  To that end, I will be making a short presentation during Public Comments, to ask the board to adopt a protocol for handling the environmental assault on our county.  Whether neighborhood grows or larger non-residential grows, the hazards are the same.  Attached, please find my first version of a plan that I will present to the BOS at the next meeting.  Please add your comments or suggestions.  All of you represent a huge body of knowledge about these issues.
Your input is more important now, than ever.  Time is getting short for the Planning Commission and BOS to consider the path forward concerning pot in Calaveras County.  I believe, as you do, that the environmental aspect of commercial cultivation is every bit as important as the nuisance, crime, and compromised lifestyles of every single county resident.
I will only have tomorrow to incorporate your suggestions and comments so I can print sufficient copies for the board and staff at the Tuesday meeting.
Thanks again,
Bill

REGISTRY OF ENVIRONMENTAL
INCIDENTS/CITATIONS


1. Description of property: Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN)
and/or Street Address.

2. Type of Nuisance: (marijuana activity, trash, unpermitted
structures, abandoned cars, illegal timber harvest, etc.)

3. Agencies Involved: (code compliance, DF&W, Sheriff,
Environmental Health, Public Health, DWR, etc.)

4. History of inspections/evaluations: (agency/date/results)

5. List of chemicals identified and migration profiles of each
chemical substance identified. Also, list of symptoms based
on skin contact, ingestion(aqueous/consumables), or
inhalation.

6. Based on migration profiles, list of potential properties that
might be affected, including surface water, aquifer
contamination, airborne exposure, and seasonal rain affects.

7. Hazardous contamination remediation plan and agencies
involved with contact information.

8. Establishment of ‘base line’ chemical/biological/naturally
occurring legacy contamination (soil, water, air)

9. Schedule and results of follow up inspections/samples.

10.Establish live ‘hotline’ for citizens concerns/complaints.


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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:24:30   By: Anonymous
 
Mon 7/31/2017 1:47 PM
Bill
Ban Committee News - Tofanelli and More
deckdoctor@sbcglobal.net
Clyde Clapp ; Dennis Mills ; Gary Tofanelli
Friends,
Shortly after sending out the recent ‘Tofanelli’ update, I received a phone call from Gary.  The conversation was frank, honest, and polite and lasted almost an hour.  Most of it related to the last BOS meeting which included two appeal hearings for denied pot grows.  I think Gary and I found a lot of common ground and agreed to the source of some of the problems.  The second BOS meeting of August should see a successful resolution to these appeals.  While I don’t talk with Gary often, I always enjoy it and feel it is most worthwhile.  I encourage you to keep lines of communication open with Gary.
At the Thursday meeting of the Planning Commission I presented two documents for future consideration.  One was our mark-up of the BOS Draft Ban Ordinance, the second was our extensive argument to include pot shops in any comprehensive cultivation ban.
Earlier in the week, Elaine St. John and myself met with the new head of Environmental Health, Brad Banner, and presented him with several suggestions for his department.  Brad was gracious and listened to what we had to say.  He took many notes and promised to get back to us with answers or other information.
The main problem, as I see it, is the lack of information sharing or co-ordination between departments.  We requested that a formal protocol be developed to guide multiple departments to include environmental concerns.  This may have to transit the County Administrative Officer, Tim Lutz, or be directed by the BOS.  I am tired of the ‘turf wars’ between departments which result in additional problems for the citizens of the county.  I am optimistic that progress will be made.  My fear is that the time required will extend past the current Urgency Ordinance and become a moot point if the State can inflict the new pot laws upon the county if we don’t demonstrate a willingness to pass ordinances which reflect the will of the vast majority of citizens.
Each of you who receive these updates and have opinions regarding the various aspects of this complex issue will have different questions.  I could never address them in a single update.  So, if you have questions about the issues that you see as most important, please email me or call.  In reality, most questions or concerns are difficult to ask or answer in an email.  I don’t mind discussing them by phone or at BOS or Planning Commission meetings.  Again, we find ourselves at a critical juncture and I will do whatever I can to answer questions, or help you prepare questions which you can ask your elected representatives.  Where I can I will continue to put information together regarding the nuisance abatement/cannabis hearing process and try to explain it to everyone.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have questions, comments, or notice new or expanding pot grows in your neighborhoods.
Bill
768-8549


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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:24:30   By: Anonymous
 
Mon 7/31/2017 1:47 PM
Bill
Ban Committee News - Tofanelli and More
deckdoctor@sbcglobal.net
Clyde Clapp ; Dennis Mills ; Gary Tofanelli
Friends,
Shortly after sending out the recent ‘Tofanelli’ update, I received a phone call from Gary.  The conversation was frank, honest, and polite and lasted almost an hour.  Most of it related to the last BOS meeting which included two appeal hearings for denied pot grows.  I think Gary and I found a lot of common ground and agreed to the source of some of the problems.  The second BOS meeting of August should see a successful resolution to these appeals.  While I don’t talk with Gary often, I always enjoy it and feel it is most worthwhile.  I encourage you to keep lines of communication open with Gary.
At the Thursday meeting of the Planning Commission I presented two documents for future consideration.  One was our mark-up of the BOS Draft Ban Ordinance, the second was our extensive argument to include pot shops in any comprehensive cultivation ban.
Earlier in the week, Elaine St. John and myself met with the new head of Environmental Health, Brad Banner, and presented him with several suggestions for his department.  Brad was gracious and listened to what we had to say.  He took many notes and promised to get back to us with answers or other information.
The main problem, as I see it, is the lack of information sharing or co-ordination between departments.  We requested that a formal protocol be developed to guide multiple departments to include environmental concerns.  This may have to transit the County Administrative Officer, Tim Lutz, or be directed by the BOS.  I am tired of the ‘turf wars’ between departments which result in additional problems for the citizens of the county.  I am optimistic that progress will be made.  My fear is that the time required will extend past the current Urgency Ordinance and become a moot point if the State can inflict the new pot laws upon the county if we don’t demonstrate a willingness to pass ordinances which reflect the will of the vast majority of citizens.
Each of you who receive these updates and have opinions regarding the various aspects of this complex issue will have different questions.  I could never address them in a single update.  So, if you have questions about the issues that you see as most important, please email me or call.  In reality, most questions or concerns are difficult to ask or answer in an email.  I don’t mind discussing them by phone or at BOS or Planning Commission meetings.  Again, we find ourselves at a critical juncture and I will do whatever I can to answer questions, or help you prepare questions which you can ask your elected representatives.  Where I can I will continue to put information together regarding the nuisance abatement/cannabis hearing process and try to explain it to everyone.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have questions, comments, or notice new or expanding pot grows in your neighborhoods.
Bill
768-8549


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Special favors and privileges, shame on you mills
Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:27:19   By: Anonymous
 
From: Dennis Mills 
Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2017 11:18 AM
To: Brad Banner
Subject: Re: MJ soil testing
Brad,
You are correct in not responding to discussions that are intended to create controversy.  As we talked about, the need to have a good system in place when hazardous materials are identified, will be an important step. Once a spread sheet is developed, then we can track remediation easily so as not to let a location slip through.  Feel free to contact me on the county email site and we can set up a further meeting. Thanks for being engaged in a solution,

Sent from my iPad

On Jul 5, 2017, at 9:13 AM, Brad Banner wrote:
Dennis, we did our best to meet with Elaine and provide her with information directly from the Sheriff’s office, Code Enforcement, and EH. Then we responded in writing to her email request for additional information and clarification. I don’t think it is in anyone’s interests to try to respond to the accusations and sarcasm from Elaine and Bill, unless you think we should.  I will follow up with staff and with the Sheriff’s Department on the Furadan case to see what happened following its discovery.
I really think that you identified an area where we could be of great help, namely by developing and maintaining  a spreadsheet (perhaps with a GIS interface) to compiling and track cleanup and remediation needs across the county identified during code enforcement investigations.  I would still like to touch base with you on this regarding the scope of the tracking system, however, before proceeding.
Please let me know the best way to contact you.
Thanks.
 Brad


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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:30:02   By: Anonymous
 
Dennis Mills
Re: Toxic waste from U.S. pot farms alarms experts
Jim LaGuardia jlaguar@caltel.com
Jim,
I don't often respond but the recent environmental crimes found on eradication sites recently is exactly the problem I have been talking about for months in our county. Finding 157 environmental citations tells us our lands are being destroyed and where are the environmentalists to cry out about "mother earth"?  I spoke to the Chief of the North Central Division of the State Waterboard to explain counties that are having these problems are not communicating with water agencies as to the level of the problem as it will and does affect the long term watersheds. In our county, I am unable to find any evidence of cleanup or mitigation on any site we have identified in the eradication process. Even the "approved" grows in many cases graded years ago without permits and have never been required to present as-built plans or get the required permits. Further those contractors that are doing this work without permits are not having their contractors licenses challenged or those without licenses are not be prosecuted by the state for working without a license. All they do is use the "M" word and miraculously the exemptions start. 
The cleanup responsibility starts with those that are elected in our county. We need to find people to run in 2018 that agree to keep our communities safe and those that want to run for public office should begin to commit to the process now. 

Regards,
Sent from my iPad

On Aug 6, 2017, at 1:29 PM, Jim LaGuardia wrote:
Oliveria
Your legacy continues to put our environment at risk along with the safety of our communities and our Sheriff and his deputies.
Need a study session on this also Oliveria?  Can you read and gasp the basic understanding of those who care and what the experts state?
Have you ever responded to the invite from Leslie Fontes  or are you so ignorant and self-centered not to respond.
Place the ban in front of the BOS to vote on.
From a real full time Marine…not a fake one who calls himself loyal.  Oliveria = Deserter , just like the county position Oliveria holds TRAITOR, and TURNCOAT.
Pollution from illegal marijuana farms deep in California's national forests is far worse than previously thought, and has turned thousands of acres into waste dumps so toxic that simply touching plants has landed law enforcement officers in the hospital.


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    Re: Yeah, right.
    Posted on: 2018-02-08 19:23:17   By: Anonymous
     
    Pollution from illegal marijuana farms deep in California's national forests is far worse than previously thought, and has turned thousands of acres into waste dumps so toxic that simply touching plants has landed law enforcement officers in the hospital.

    [Reply ]

      Re: Yeah, right.
      Posted on: 2018-02-08 19:40:28   By: Anonymous
       
      Didn't you know that simply touching plants has turned people green.
      And it ain't easy being green.

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Thank you!
Posted on: 2018-02-08 18:32:27   By: Anonymous
 
Thank you for this opportunity!

[Reply ]

    Re: Thank you!
    Posted on: 2018-02-08 19:43:51   By: Anonymous
     
    Starin' at the boob tube, turnin' on the big knob
    Tryin' to find some life in the waste land
    Fin'ly found a program, gonna deal with Mary Jane
    Ready for a trip into hate land
    Obnoxious Joe comes on the screen
    Along with his guest self-righteous Sam
    And one more guy who doesn't count
    His hair and clothes are too far out

    While pushin' back his glasses Sam is sayin' casually
    "I was elected by the masses"
    And with that in mind he starts to unwind
    A vicious attack on the finest of grasses

    Well it's evil, wicked, mean and nasty
    (Don't step on the grass, Sam)
    And it will ruin our fair country
    (Don't be such an ass, Sam)
    Well, it will hook your Sue and Johnny
    (You're so full of bull, Sam)
    All will pay that disagree with me

    [Reply ]

    Re: Thank you!
    Posted on: 2018-02-08 19:44:55   By: Anonymous
     
    You're Welcome.

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