OROVILLE >> A PG&E fund allocation and the North Chico Village Plan are among the items the Butte County Board of Supervisors is slated to review at Tuesday’s meeting.

Other discussions on the agenda include setting a legislative platform for the year and approving an annual plan for children’s health services. Supervisors also will appoint citizens to commissions and boards, as well as ratify an emergency declaration for storm damage.

As compensation for the 2018 Camp Fire, Butte County received $252 million from Pacific Gas and Electric Co., which supervisors in 2020 directed to a settlement fund for allocation. Tuesday, the board will consider a request for $1.65 million from the PG&E Settlement Fund for three years of code enforcement in the burn scar. The Department of Development Services has received 1,332 complaints within that area.

North Chico Village — a 484-acre, mixed-use development proposed within the North Chico Specific Plan area — was initially reviewed by supervisors in May 2021. Since, the project received an environmental review. Development Services recommends the board approve the North Chico Village Plan and reallocate Regional Early Action Plan (REAP) grant funding.

The Butte County Board of Supervisors meets at 9 a.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at its chambers located at 25 County Center Drive, Suite 205, in Oroville. Meetings are free and open to the public.