RED BLUFF — Tehama County Auditor-Comptroller LeRoy Anderson will give the Board of Supervisors an overview of the county’s finances through Sept. 30 on Tuesday.
The first quarter recorded revenues overall lower than last year and slightly above the average of the previous year. Expenditures this quarter are slightly higher than the previous year and above average.
According to Anderson’s notes, the county has $319,000 less revenue than last year and is above the previous year’s average revenue of just $55,000. The county experienced a significant increase in tax revenue and a similar decrease in service fees.
At the same time, total expenses are $469,000 higher than last year and $1,389,000 above average. The largest increase in spending was observed in transfers.
Actual current year 2022-2023 revenues and expenditures are compared to the average of the previous three fiscal years in percentages and dollars.
Anderson will go into more detail during Tuesday’s meeting.
In other cases
Supervisors will continue a public nuisance hearing from its Aug. 23 meeting against a business in the 4900 block of Hall Road in Corning.
In June 2021, Tehama County Code Enforcement inspected the premises. The enforcement officer issued a notice of violation and proposed an administrative penalty to the owner.
The code app sent an invoice requesting payment, but as of July 25, no payment has been received.
Supervisors have postponed that hearing twice, most recently at Tuesday’s meeting.
The enforcement of the code requires supervisors to pass an administrative penalty lien resolution making decisions and directing that the amount of the administrative penalty relating to public nuisance be enforced as liens against the affected property and further ordering the registration of administrative penalty lien notices.
The Tehama County Board of Supervisors meets at 10 a.m. Tuesday at 727 Oak St. in Red Bluff. Meetings are free and open to the public.