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Yolo County Workforce Investment Board25 North Cottonwood StreetWoodland, CA 95695(530) 661-2750(530) 661-2658 FAXwww.yoloworks.orgBoard MembersAdecco – WoodlandAll Phase Security Inc.California EmploymentDevelopment DepartmentCalifornia HumanDevelopmentCalifornia Indian ManpowerConsortium, Inc.Woodland25 N. Cottonwood St.(530) 661-2641West Sacramento500-A Jefferson Blvd., Building A(916) 375-6307 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Executive CommitteeOctober 24, 2012 8:00 – 9:30 AMDavis Room, Woodland One-Stop Career CenterAccuStaff – WoodlandCalifornia Dept. ofRehabilitationOne-Stop Career Center LocationsCommittee: Art Rodriguez, Gary Pelfrey, Janis Holt, Ken Garrett, Kevin Ferreira, and Terri LaBriolaAGENDA1. Public Comment / Announcements – Non-Agenda ItemsWIB members, staff, or the public may address the Workforce Investment BoardExecutive Committee on subjects relating to employment and training in Yolo County.A time limit may be imposed. No action may be taken on non-agenda items.Cambridge Junior CollegeWoodland2. Call to Order / Establish QuorumCity of WoodlandEconomic Development3. Agenda Review and Order ApprovalCounty of Yolo EconomicDevelopment4. Approve the Executive Committee minutes of 9/26/12 (Attachment) Page 1Cruickshank Farms5. Recommend appointment of YYOC Member-representative of an organization that hasexperience relating to youth activities; Tanya Provencher/Yolo County Department ofEmployment and Social Services (Attachment) Page 6ERA Mata RealtyExperience Works, Inc.Food Bank of Yolo CountyHome Depot-WestSacramentoHome Depot - WoodlandLos Rios CommunityCollege DistrictMori SeikiNugget Market, Inc.Pride IndustriesSacramento Central LaborCouncil (5)Seminis-MonsantoValhalla Mobile Home ClubWest Sacramento Chamberof Commerce6. Recommend appointment of a YYOC Member-representative of private nonprofit agencyserving youth; Tico Zendejas/Rural Innovations in Social Economics, Incorporated (RISE)(Attachment) Page 97. Recommend revision approval of Policy Bulletin Number 00-2 Revision 2/Self-sufficiencyPolicy (Attachment) Page 108. Recommend revision approval of Policy Bulletin Number 05-1/Allowable WorkforceInvestment Act Payments (Attachment) Page 159. Recommend revision approval of Policy Bulletin Number 03-1 Revision 2/Time Limits for PaidWork Experience and Internship (Attachment) Page 2110. Recommend approval of Selective Service Policy Bulletin Number 12-1/Workforce InvestmentAct Selective Service Policy (Attachment) Page 25Western Truck School11. Receive Yolo County Response to the Grand Jury Report related to the Workforce InvestmentBoard (Attachment) Page 29Woodland Aviation12. Receive PY 2011-12 Expenditures Summary ReportWoodland CommunityCollege13. Receive WSIN12-8 Selective Service Registration (Attachment) Page 32Walmart-West SacramentoWoodland Healthcare, Inc.Yolo County Department ofEmployment and SocialServicesYolo County HousingYolo County Office ofEducationYolo Employment Services,Inc.14. Receive WSIN12-9 Implementation Schedule and Marketing Materials for the New CalJOBS(Attachment) Page 3915. Approve the November 14, 2012, WIB Agenda (Attachment) Page 4116. Conference and Training Updates – Update CWA/Youth Conference January 15-17, 2013 in Garden Grove, CA17. CWA/WIA – Update18. Reports:a. Executive Director – Tanya Provencherb. One-Stop – Art Rodriquezc. WIB Membership Recruitment – Steve Robertsd. Yolo Youth Opportunity Council – Janis Holt19. Other Business That May Come Before the Board20. Adjourn

Next Meeting: December 5, 2012, One-Stop Career Center – Davis Room, Woodland One-StopAccommodation: In accordance with Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you require special assistance, meetingmaterials to be in an alternative format, auxiliary aids, or other person to assist you while attending this meeting, we will providereasonable accommodation to allow participation. Contact Barbara Castillo at (530) 661-2651 at least 3 business days prior to themeeting to facilitate arrangements. For more about the Yolo County Workforce Investment Board log on to www.yoloworks.org

Yolo County Workforce Investment Board25 North Cottonwood StreetWoodland, CA 95695(530) 661-2750(530) 661-2658 FAXwww.yoloworks.orgBoard MembersAccuStaff – WoodlandAdecco - WoodlandAll Phase Security Inc.Buckhorn SteakhouseCalifornia Dept. ofRehabilitationCalifornia EmploymentDevelopment DepartmentCalifornia HumanDevelopmentCalifornia Indian ManpowerConsortiumCambridge Junior College -One-Stop Career Center LocationsWoodland25 N. Cottonwood St.(530) 661-2641West Sacramento500-A Jefferson Blvd., Building A(916) 375-6307Executive CommitteeDRAFTSeptember 26, 2012Committee: Ken Garrett, Gary Pelfrey, Kevin Ferreira, Terri LaBriola, Janis Holtand Art RodriguezPresent: Ken Garrett, Gary Pelfrey, Kevin Ferreira, Terri LaBriola, Janis Holt and Art RodriguezAbsent: Janis HoltStaff:Tanya Provencher, Lisa Vincent, Steve Roberts and Barbara CastilloGuest: Gabriel Garcia, EDDWoodlandCenter for EmploymentTraining1. Public Comment / Announcements – Non-Agenda ItemsCity of West SacramentoCity CouncilWIB members, staff, or the public may address the Workforce Investment Board Executive Committee onsubjects relating to employment and training in Yolo County. A time limit may be imposed. No action maybe taken on non-agenda items.City of WoodlandEconomic DevelopmentNone.County of Yolo EconomicDevelopment2. Call to Order / Establish QuorumKen Garrett called meeting to order at 8:05 a.m. with quorum present.Cruickshank FarmsERA Mata RealtyExperience Works, Inc.Los Rios CommunityCollege DistrictMori SeikiPride IndustriesRite Aid CorporationSacramento Central LaborCouncil (4)Valhalla Mobile Home ClubWalmart – West SacramentoWest Sacramento Chamberof Commerce3. Swearing-In of WIB Officers – Supervisor Don Saylor to conduct the Swearing-In Ceremony ofnew officers: Ken Garrett-Chair, Gary Pelfrey-Vice Chair, and Kevin Ferreira-2nd Vice Chair.Don Saylor conducted the Swearing-In Ceremony of Ken Garrett-Chair, Gary Pelfrey-Vice Chairand Kevin Ferreira-2nd Vice Chair.4. Agenda Review and Order ApprovalTanya Provencher moved to approve the September 26, 2012 Executive Committee agenda;Gary Pelfrey seconded; motion passed.5. Approve the Executive Committee minutes of 8/22/12Lisa Vincent noted corrections to item 10 of 8/22/12 minutes; double question marks to beremoved. Gary Pelfrey moved to approved recommended actions above; Terri LaBriola 2nd;motion passed.Western Truck SchoolWoodland AviationWoodland CommunityCollegeWoodland Healthcare, Inc.Yolo County Department ofEmployment and SocialServicesYolo County HousingYolo County Office ofEducationYolo Employment Services,Inc.6. Recommend appointment of WIB Member-Business Native American program; VelmaWhiteBear7. Recommend appointment of WIB Member-Business; Angelina Veal/All Green ElectronicsRecyclingLisa Vincent: Angelina Veal is representing a private agency, not a public agency. An applicationhas been submitted showing she is representing a private agency.Terri LaBriola moved to approve items 6&7 with the corrections stated above; Gary Pelfrey 2nd;motion passed.8. Receive PY 2011-12 Expenditures Summary ReportAttachment for informational purposes as this information was discussed last month.1

Page 2Executive CommitteeSeptember 26, 20129. Receive WSIN12-7 Federal and State WIA One-Stop Career Center System BrandingMembers received this as informational purpose as this was discussed in the last month’s meeting.10. Conference and Training Updates CWA/Youth Conference January 15-17, 2013 in Garden Grove, CACWA/Youth Conference is open to Supervisors of the Youth Program and Youth Council.11. CWA/WIANo updates at this time12. Reports:a. Executive Director – Tanya ProvencherNo reports at this time.b. One-Stop – Art RodriguezArt Rodriguez handed out stats updates for August 2012. For the future, the department is working having thedemographics of the individuals who utilize the One-Stop services available to the WIB.WIA Program Updates:1. Youth Program (Regular)Active ParticipantsEnrolled during the month(regular program)Exited from program duringthe monthAugust2012961092. Adult/DW ProgramActive ParticipantsEnrolled during the month(regular program)Exited from program duringthe monthTotal Orientations betweenWoodland & W. SacramentoTotal Customers scheduledto attend OrientationsTotal Customers thatactually attended theorientationAugust20121046973421Rapid Response Services for August 20121. Bel-Air Market (Woodland) Received warn notice dated 8/17/12. Expected closure of store is October 19, 2012.Bel-Air will be laying off from 21 local area stores affecting a total of 89 employees.2

Page 3Executive CommitteeSeptember 26, 2012Business Services through One-Stop: August 30/128/31/12Number of Clientin AttendanceRecruitment TypeVOLT (Call Center Agents)35Onsite RecruitmentSenior HelpersAccountAbilities (Packers,Assembly line)Silicon Valley StaffingSelect Staffing (Packers)11Onsite Recruitment193322Onsite RecruitmentOnsite RecruitmentOnsite recruitmentCompanyEmployment Center Updates:August 20121,395Total UsersTotal ServicesAccessed through VOS10,448New Hires for August 2012:Total number of people who attained a job through the One-Stop ServicesComponent ofServiceAugust 2012WIA*Employment CentersTotal11314*The number of people who obtained employment through the public use of the Employment Center may behigher, but unreported. The statistic above includes facilitation with employers only.Occupational Skills Training:SchoolField of StudyDislocated Worker (DW)Adult ADWProgramUC Davis ExtensionMTIInstitute of Technology – ModestoDWAdultDWDWAADWDWDWOperator Certificate trainingHorizon College of Health SciencesUCDEAnthem CollegeCarrington CollegeWestern Pacific Truck SchoolWestern Truck SchoolWestern Truck SchoolInstitute of TechnologyWine MakingParalegalHeating, Ventilation and AirConditioning (HVAC)Water ManagementNursing AssistantBusiness AnalystDental AssistantLVN to RNClass A Truck DrivingClass A Truck DrivingClass A Truck DrivingHeating, Ventilation and AirConditioning HVACWater ManagementDWOperator Certificate Training3

Page 4Executive CommitteeSeptember 26, 2012c. WIB Membership recruitment – Steve RobertsIndividuals from Walgreens, 1st Northern Bank and Pacific Coast Produce will be attending the next WIB meetingin November to observe the WIB to make a decision about joining.Supervisor Don Saylor suggested having a WIB meeting at a job site to get a better idea of how that certain facilityworks and to better understand the Workforce Investment Board importance and keep members interested.Volt had recruitment for the Call Center located in Dixon. The recruitments were held in Woodland and WestSacramento. Out of the two, more recruitments showed in West Sacramento.d. Yolo Youth Opportunity Council – Janis Holt, Yolo HousingNo updates at this time.13. Other Business That May Come Before the BoardTanya Provencher introduced Gabriel Garcia from the EDD representing the WIA Program. If DESS has aprogram or WIB question, Gabriel is the regional advisor at the State level.Gabriel shared with the members that Comcast will be relocating their Call Centers to Portland, Seattle andColorado to better improve customer service. Close to 1,000 jobs will be moved to the three states.Steve Roberts/Gabriel GarciaSacramento Area Trade and Commerce Organization will be announcing that a company will be coming soon with3,000 available jobs. This company will be easily recognizable; the jobs will pay well, and it will be a goodcompany to work for.Lisa VincentOur Department has been contacted by the Compliance Review Division at EDD and they have scheduled a YouthMonitoring that will take place here on site in December.Because we receive Workforce Investment Act funds, part of the Act requires that we, as the sub–grantee, bemonitored every year by EDD. We are monitored twice a year, once for the fiscal side and once for the programside. The monitoring that will be in December will be for the Youth Program.The EDD Youth Program monitoring will include the following: Does the Youth Program meet the regulations How many people we are serving How much money we are spending Case file review, were individuals served eligible Are the individuals receiving the right kind of services Are we documenting what the individuals are receiving Are we reporting the information to the StateThis year the Youth Program is being monitored, and next year the Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs will bemonitored.Gary Pelfrey encouraged that all members of the WIB take a tour of the DESS One-Stop Career Centers as it washelpful to see firsthand all the services that are offered.14. AdjournMeeting adjourned at 9:10 a.m.4

Page 5Executive CommitteeSeptember 26, 2012Next MeetingOctober 24, 2012One-Stop Career Center – Davis Room, Woodland One-Stop8:00-9:30 a.m.Accommodation: In accordance with Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you require specialassistance, meeting materials to be in an alternative format, auxiliary aids, or other person to assist youwhile attending this meeting, we will provide reasonable accommodation to allow participation. ContactMs. Barbara Castillo at 530-661-2651 at least 3 business days prior to the meeting to facilitate arrangements.For more about the Yolo County Workforce Investment Board log on to www.yoloworks.org5

Yolo County Workforce Investment Board25 North Cottonwood StreetWoodland, CA 95695(530) 661-2750(530) 661-2658 FAXwww.yoloworks.orgOne-Stop Career Center LocationsWoodland25 N. Cottonwood St.(530) 661-2641West Sacramento500-A Jefferson Blvd., Building A(916) 375-6307Board MembersAccuStaff – WoodlandAdecco – WoodlandAll Phase Security Inc.California Dept. ofRehabilitationCalifornia EmploymentDevelopment DepartmentCalifornia HumanDevelopmentCalifornia Indian ManpowerConsortium, Inc.Cambridge Junior CollegeWoodlandCity of WoodlandEconomic DevelopmentCounty of Yolo EconomicDevelopmentCruickshank FarmsERA Mata RealtyTO:Members of the Workforce Investment Board Executive CommitteeFROM:Janis Holt, YYOC ChairDATE:October 24, 2012SUBJECT:APPOINTMENT OF YOLO YOUTH OPPORTUNITY COUNCILMEMBERRECOMMENDED ACTIONRecommend the appointment of Tanya Provencher to a three (3) year term on theYolo Youth Opportunity Council.REASON FOR RECOMMENDED ACTIONTanya Provencher is recommended for membership to the Workforce InvestmentBoard by Nancy O’Hara. Tanya will replace Nancy as her term expired on 7/14/12.Experience Works, Inc.Food Bank of Yolo CountyHome Depot-WestSacramentoHome Depot - WoodlandLos Rios CommunityCollege DistrictMori SeikiNugget Market, Inc.Pride IndustriesSacramento Central LaborCouncil (5)Seminis-MonsantoBACKGROUNDTanya has 18 years of experience working with public assistance and employmentprograms and is a Division Manager at the DESS. Her current duties include OneStop Operator; Workforce Investment Act Adult, Dislocated Worker, and Youthprograms; CalWORKs Employment Services (CWES); CalLearn; andCrossover/Linkages.Per the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) the membership of each youthcouncil must include representatives of organizations that have experiencerelating to youth activities. The WIB By-laws state that all terms for YouthCouncil members shall be for three (3) years from the date of appointment.Valhalla Mobile Home ClubWest Sacramento Chamberof CommerceFISCAL IMPACTWestern Truck SchoolThere is no fiscal impact to this action.Woodland AviationWoodland CommunityCollegeWoodland Healthcare, Inc.Yolo County Department ofEmployment and SocialServicesAGENCY COORDINATIONIf recommended by the Workforce Investment Board Executive Committee,the nomination for appointment will be submitted to the Workforce InvestmentBoard and the Yolo County Board of Supervisors.Yolo County HousingYolo County Office ofEducationYolo Employment Services,Inc.6

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Yolo County Workforce Investment Board25 North Cottonwood StreetWoodland, CA 95695(530) 661-2750(530) 661-2658 FAXwww.yoloworks.orgOne-Stop Career Center LocationsWoodland25 N. Cottonwood St.(530) 661-2641West Sacramento500-A Jefferson Blvd., Building A(916) 375-6307Board MembersAccuStaff – WoodlandAdecco – WoodlandAll Phase Security Inc.California Dept. ofRehabilitationCalifornia EmploymentDevelopment DepartmentCalifornia HumanDevelopmentCalifornia Indian ManpowerConsortium, Inc.Cambridge Junior CollegeWoodlandCity of WoodlandEconomic DevelopmentCounty of Yolo EconomicDevelopmentCruickshank FarmsERA Mata RealtyTO:Members of the Workforce Investment Board Executive CommitteeFROM:Janis Holt, YYOC ChairDATE:October 24, 2012SUBJECT:APPOINTMENT OF YOLO YOUTH OPPORTUNITY COUNCILMEMBERRECOMMENDED ACTIONRecommend the appointment of Tico Zendejas to a three (3) year term on the YoloYouth Opportunity Council.REASON FOR RECOMMENDED ACTIONTico Zendejas is recommended for membership to the Workforce Investment Boardby Janis Holt, YYOC Chair.Experience Works, Inc.Food Bank of Yolo CountyHome Depot-WestSacramentoHome Depot - WoodlandLos Rios CommunityCollege DistrictMori SeikiNugget Market, Inc.Pride IndustriesSacramento Central LaborCouncil (5)Seminis-MonsantoValhalla Mobile Home ClubWest Sacramento Chamberof CommerceWestern Truck SchoolWoodland AviationWoodland CommunityCollegeWoodland Healthcare, Inc.Yolo County Department ofEmployment and SocialServicesYolo County HousingYolo County Office ofEducationYolo Employment Services,Inc.BACKGROUNDTico is the Executive Director of Rural Innovations in Social Economics, Incorporated(RISE) which is located in Esparto and was established as a public benefit non-profitcorporation in 1987. The stated purpose of RISE is to “serve the rural community toenhance the quality of life and opportunity for self-sufficiency.” RISE currentlyreceives WIA funding to provide services to youth in the Esparto-Capay ValleyRegion which includes the communities of Madison, Esparto, Capay, Brooks,Guinda, and Rumsey.Per the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) the membership of each youthcouncil must include representatives of private nonprofit agencies that haveexperience relating to youth activities. The WIB By-laws state that all termsfor Youth Council members shall be for three (3) years from the date ofappointment.FISCAL IMPACTThere is no fiscal impact to this action.AGENCY COORDINATIONIf recommended by the Workforce Investment Board Executive Committee,the nomination for appointment will be submitted to the Workforce InvestmentBoard and the Yolo County Board of Supervisors.9

Yolo County Workforce Investment Board25 North Cottonwood StreetWoodland, CA 95695(530) 661-2750(530) 661-2658 FAXwww.yoloworks.orgOne-Stop Career Center LocationsWoodland25 N. Cottonwood St.(530) 661-2641West Sacramento500-A Jefferson Blvd., Building A(916) 375-6307Board MembersAccuStaff – WoodlandAdecco – WoodlandAll Phase Security Inc.California Dept. ofRehabilitationCalifornia EmploymentDevelopment DepartmentCalifornia HumanDevelopmentCalifornia Indian ManpowerConsortium, Inc.Cambridge Junior CollegeWoodlandCity of WoodlandEconomic DevelopmentTO:Members of the Workforce Investment Board Executive CommitteeFROM:Tanya Provencher, WIB/Executive DirectorDATE:October 24, 2012SUBJECT:APPROVAL OF POLICY BULLETIN NUMBER 00-2 REVISION2/SELF-SUFFICIENCYRECOMMENDED ACTIONRecommend the revision of Policy Bulletin Number 00-2 Revision 2/SelfSufficiency.County of Yolo EconomicDevelopmentREASON FOR RECOMMENDED ACTIONCruickshank FarmsTo simplify and/or clarify the wording contained in Policy Bulletin Number 00-2regarding an individual’s eligibility to WIA program services as well as supportservices. The policy regarding how to determine self-sufficiency has notchanged.ERA Mata RealtyExperience Works, Inc.Food Bank of Yolo CountyHome Depot-WestSacramentoHome Depot - WoodlandLos Rios CommunityCollege DistrictMori SeikiNugget Market, Inc.Pride IndustriesSacramento