Workforce Development Board Meeting

A G E N D A

October 17, 2019
3:00 p.m.

Meeting will be held at:

Workforce Assistance Center, Executive Conference Room
2037 W. Cleveland Avenue, Madera, CA 93637
(559) 662-4589

1.0 Call to Order
1.1 Pledge of Allegiance
2.0 Additions to the Agenda
  Items identified after preparation of the Agenda for which there is a need to take immediate action. Two-thirds vote required for consideration (Government Code Section 54954.2(b)(2))
3.0 Public Comment
This time is made available for comment from the public on matters within the Board’s jurisdiction but not appearing on the agenda. The Board will not take action on any items presented under public comment. The comment period will be limited to 15 minutes.
4.0 Introductions and Recognitions
5.0 Adoption of Board Agenda
6.0 Consent Calendar
6.1 Consideration of the ratification of the April 18, 2019 Workforce Development Board (WDB) of Madera County meeting minutes.
6.2 Consideration of the ratification of the July 25, 2019 Executive Committee meeting minutes.
6.3 Consideration of the approval of the August 15, 2019 Executive Committee meeting minutes.
6.4 Consideration of the ratification of the nomination and application of Santos Garcia, Labor Sector, to the WDB and authorization to forward his application to the Board of Supervisors for an appointment to the WDB for a 3 year term.
6.5 Consideration of the ratification of the re-appointment of Mike Fursman, UFCW 8, for an additional 3 year term – 8/23/19 to 8/23/22
6.6 Consideration of the ratification of the re-appointment of Michelle Brunetti, Valley Children’s Hospital, for an additional 3 year term – 8/23/19 to 8/23/22
6.7 Consideration of the ratification of the resignation of Claudia Habib, State Center Community College District, from the WDB.
6.8 Consideration of the ratification of the resignation of Bob Carlson, Community-member-at-large, from the WDB Executive Committee.
6.9 Consideration of the ratification of the revised application for subsequent local area designation and local board recertification for the 2019-21 program year.
6.10 Consideration of the ratification of the transfer of funds from the Dislocated Worker funding stream to the Adult funding stream in the amount of $200,000.
6.11 Consideration of the ratification of the application of Marie Harris, State Center Community College District, to the WDB and authorization to forward her application to the Madera County Board of Supervisor for a 3 year term.
6.12 Consideration of the ratification of the nomination of Linda Monreal, Madera Unified School district, to the WDB as the replacement for Jesse Carrasco.
6.13 Consideration of approval of the re-appointment of David Salter, Salter’s Distributing, for an additional 3 year term – 11/26/19 to 11/26/22.
6.14 Consideration of approval of the removal of Exchille Mendoza from the WDB due to non-participation on the WDB as she is no longer with SpringHill Suites.
6.15 Consideration of ratification of the One Stop Operator Quarterly Report for the period of April 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019.
6.16 Consideration of approval of the final program budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year.
6.17 Consideration of approval of the revised Veterans and Eligible Spouses Priority of Services policy.
6.18 Consideration of approval of a new training provider, Central Learning Adult School Site, which provides training programs to prepare students for the state Certified Nurse Assistant Competency Exam.
7.0 Action Items
7.1 Consideration of approval of the application of Mark Choe, The Pines Resort, to the WDB and authorization to forward his application to the Madera County Board of Supervisors for a 3 year term.
7.2 Consideration of approval of the application of Lanie Suderman, Visit Yosemite | Madera County, to the WDB and authorization to forward her application to the Madera County Board of Supervisors for a 3 year term.
7.3 Consideration of approval of the transfer of funds in the amount of $284,912 from the Dislocated Worker funding stream to the Adult funding stream.
7.4 Consideration of approval of the Use and Confidentiality of Participant Personally Identifiable Information (PII) policy.
7.5 Consideration of approval of the One Stop Operator Quarterly Report for the period of July 1, 2019 through September 30, 2019.
8.0 Information Items
8.1 Program Impact Report
8.2 Labor Force Participation Rates
8.3 Discussion on Quality Jobs and Economic Self-Sufficiency
8.4 Hallmarks of Excellence Continuous Improvement Plan Update
8.5 Madera County Workforce Investment Corporation (MCWIC) Update
9.0 Written Communication
9.1 Annual Job Fair Best Practices
9.2 Madera County Compact
10.0 Open Discussion/Reports/Information
10.1 Board Members
10.2 Staff
11.0 Next Meeting
December 19, 2019
12.0 Adjournment


REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY Pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a meeting or function of the Workforce Development Board of Madera County, may request assistance by contacting the Executive Assistant at Madera County Workforce Investment Corporation office, 2037 W. Cleveland Avenue, Madera, CA 93637; Telephone 559/662-4589; CRS 711; Fax 559/673-1794.

If a quorum of the Workforce Development Board is not present at the time of the meeting BUT a quorum of the Workforce Development Board Executive Committee IS present, an Executive Committee board meeting will be conducted in place of the Workforce Development Board.

This agenda and supporting documents relating to the items on this agenda are available through the Workforce Development Board website at http://www.maderaworkforce.org/workforce-board-meetings/. These documents are also available at the Madera County Workforce Assistance Center – office of the Executive Director. The Workforce Development Board is an equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request.