COUNTY OF  PLACER

BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS

TUESDAY,  MARCH 29,  2005

SUMMARY ACTION

9:00 a.m.

 

Bill Santucci, District 1, Vice Chairman                                                                                             Jan Christofferson, County Executive

Robert Weygandt, District 2, Chairman                                                                                  Robert Bendorf, Assistant County Executive

Jim Holmes, District 3                                                                                                                           Anthony J. La Bouff, County Counsel

Edward “Ted” M. Gaines, District 4                                                                                                           John Marin, Administrative Officer

Bruce Kranz, District 5                                                                                                                                    Ann Holman, Clerk of the Board

 

County Administrative Center, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA  95603

 

9:00 a.m.

 

FLAG SALUTE - Led by Anthony La Bouff, County Counsel.

 

STATEMENT OF MEETING PROCEDURES - Read by Clerk.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT - A concerned citizen discussed the proposed asphalt plant on Old Airport Road near the Auburn Airport and The Ridge Golf Course.  Ray Draper discussed issues he had concerning the Sheriff Department and the Courts.  Pam Heart, Placer County Library Board, encouraged the Board to consider permanent locations for the Colfax, Meadow Vista, Kings Beach and Foresthill libraries.  Chairman Weygandt invited her to attend the Budget Workshops scheduled in August.

 

 

SUPERVISOR’S COMMITTEE REPORTS:  Supervisor Kranz reported on the status of bringing back helicopter operations from Sacramento to the Auburn area.

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA – Consent Item #4 removed.  Consent Agenda approved as amended with action as indicated.  MOTION Gaines/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Santucci temporarily absent)

 

 1.   ORDINANCES – Second reading:

a.    County Executive/Museums Reorganization - Ordinance 5353–B adopted, amending Chapter 2, 3 and 15 relating to the consolidation of the Department of Museums as a new division of the Facility Services Department, change in Museums Director title and amended job specifications.

 

 2.   WARRANT REGISTERS – Weeks ending February 11, 18, 25 and March 4, 2005.

 

 3.   BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:

a.    Approved contract with Tracy Petersen to provide secretarial services to the Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Council.

 

b.    Authorized special meetings, Thursday, April 14, 2005 and Monday, April 18, 2005.

 

c.    Resolution 2005-48 adopted acknowledging ongoing efforts by the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Placer County and proclaiming April 2005 as "Child Abuse Prevention Month".

 

d.    Proclamation declaring April 25 through May 1, 2005 as West Nile Virus and Mosquito and Vector Control Awareness Week in Placer County.

 

 4.   ITEM REMOVED/CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNTY – County Counsel recommends rejection of the following claim:

a.    04-078, Dorcich, Lara, Not Stated, (Civil Rights).

 

 5.   COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS:

a.    Auburn Cemetery District – Approved appointment of Donald C. Anderson to Seat #1, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

b.    County Service Area #28, Zone 27 (Ambulance), Advisory Committee – Approved reappointment of Donald J. Nelson to Seat #2, Susan Prince to Seat #3 and Robert Dalrymple to Seat #4, as requested by Supervisor Kranz.

 

c.    First 5 Placer County Children & Families Commission – Approved appointment of Catherine Goins to the Public Agency Commissioner seat providing children services.

 

d.    Greater Auburn Area Fire Safe Council – Approved appointment of Ed Diggs to Seat #1 (Representing District 3) and Randall Fee to Seat #4 (Representing District 5), as requested by Supervisor Holmes and Supervisor Kranz.

 

e.    Horseshoe Bar Area Municipal Advisory Council – Approved appointment of Mark Fortner to Seat #1, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

f.     Meadow Vista Municipal Advisory Council – Approved appointment of Don Guiles to Seat #7, as requested by Supervisor Kranz.

 

g.    North Tahoe Regional Advisory Council – Approved appointment of Tom Turner to Seat #6 (North Tahoe Area), Lynne R. Larson to Seat #7 (Squaw Valley), Walter Auerbach, P.E. to Seat #8 (At Large) and Terry Dyer to Seat #9 (At Large), as requested by Supervisor Kranz.

 

h.    Penryn Area Municipal Advisory Council – Approved appointment of Sandra J. Elder to Seat #5, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

i.      Rural Lincoln Municipal Advisory Council – Approved appointment of Michael Whitney to Seat #1, as requested by Supervisor Weygandt.

 

j.      Tahoe Cemetery District – Approved the appointment of Randal G. Pomin to Seat #5, as requested by Supervisor Kranz.

 

k.    Weimar/Applegate/Colfax Municipal Advisory Council – Approved appointment of Kurt Sandhoff to Seat #7, as requested by Supervisor Kranz.

 

l.      West Placer Citizens Municipal Advisory Council – Approved appointment of Dixie Aller to Seat #4, as requested by Supervisor Santucci.

 

 6.   COUNTY EXECUTIVE:

a.    Approved a merit increase for Melanie Eustice, Administrative Aide II, Board of Supervisors, from Step 4 to Step 5, retroactive to January 22, 2005.

 

b.    Approved a merit increase for Ann Holman, Clerk of the Board, from Step 3 to Step 4, retroactive to March 5, 2005.

 

c.    Resolution 2005-49 adopted executing the California State Fair Official Entry form and appointing Thomas Miller, Director of Facility Services, to be the official representative for the County's 2005 California State Fair Exhibit.

 

 7.   COUNTY EXECUTIVE/EMERGENCY SERVICES:

a.    County Service Area #28, Zone 6B (Sheridan Fire), Zone 150 (Dutch Flat Fire) and Zone 165 (Dry Creek Fire) - Resolution 2005-50 adopted approving three FY 2004/05 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Volunteer Fire Assistance Program agreements and authorizing the Deputy County Executive Officer or the Office of Emergency Services Program Manager to execute the agreements and approved three budget revisions.

 

b.    County Fire - Approved a budget revision, in the amount of $35,000, for the County Fire to appropriate expenditures and increase revenues in connection with the grant of $35,000 from Title III Discretionary Funds, approved by the Board on November 23, 2004.

 

c.    South Placer Fire DistrictResolution 2005-51 adopted approving the 2004/05 Capital Facilities Plan with a 3.2% Consumer Price Index-Urban fee increase.

 

 8.   COUNTY EXECUTIVE/REDEVELOPMENT – Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, amending Chapter 3, Section 3.12.010, Appendix 1, Allocation of Positions, adding the position of Accountant-Auditor I/II to the Redevelopment Agency.

 

 9.   FACILITY SERVICES:

a.    Assembly Bill 486 – Authorized the Chairman to sign a letter supporting Assembly Bill 486, allowing counties to apply for future open space and recreation grant funding (Roberti-Z'Berg-Harris Program).

 

b.    Parks/Recreation Area #5, Meadow Vista/Auburn Area - Approved use of Park Dedication Fees, in the amount of $30,000, for renovation of the lake at Regional Park in Auburn, and authorized the Chairman to execute the Use Agreement.

 

c.    Special Districts/Sewer Maintenance District #2 - Resolution 2005-52 adopted authorizing acknowledgement of payment and release of lien regarding property owned by Wajdy M. Sharmoug, Assessor Parcel #468-060-036, and authorized the Director of Facility Services to release the lien.

 

10.  FACILITY SERVICES/CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS - Burton Creek Inmate Walkway, Project #4661 - Approved budget revision, in the amount of $113,850, to augment funding required to complete the project.

 

11.  FACILITY SERVICES/PROPERTY MANAGEMENT:

a.    11710 Enterprise Drive - Approved Amendment #1 to lease agreement CN002060 with Sierra West Properties, to augment the tenant improvement allocation by $75,000, and to lease a parking compound, at a rental rate of $500 per month, at the project site.

 

b.    Bear River Campground - Approved a sub-lease agreement with John and Sally Truscott, generating $4,800 annually in rent, for caretaking services, for a portion of property at the Bear River Campground, Colfax.

 

c.    Boulder Ridge Cable TV - Authorized the Facility Services Department to complete negotiations to amend Lease Agreement #11614 with Boulder Ridge Cable TV, dba Starstream Communications, for the telecommunications site near Penryn, and authorized the Director of Facility Services to execute Lease Amendment #1.

 

d.    DeWitt Signage Project #4632 - Awarded the bid to Vomar Products, Inc., in the amount of $53,500, and authorized the Director of Facility Services to execute the contract and any required change orders, consistent with the County Purchasing Manual and Section 20142 of the Public Contract Code, and upon County Counsel’s review and approval of required bonds and insurance.

 

e.    Granite Bay Community Park - Approved seasonal lease agreement with the Loomis-Eureka Lakeside Little League, generating $668.80 in rent, plus a utility fee of $140 for the 2005 season, for use of a concession building located at the Granite Bay Community Park.

 

f.     Loomis Community Park South – Approved seasonal lease agreement with the Golden Eagle PONY Baseball (Golden Eagle), generating $547.20 in rent, plus a utility fee of $140 for the 2005 season, for use of a concession building located at the Loomis Community Park South.

 

12.  HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES:

a.    Administration – Approved contract with the California Family Health Council, in the amount of $75,394, for CY 2005 Title X Family Planning Grant, authorized the Chairman to sign the Certificate of Authorization, and authorized the Director of Health & Human Services to sign the contract, certification and subsequent amendments.

 

b.    Adult System of Care - Amended agreement with Lynn DeLapp, to increase the contract amount by $25,000, for a revised total not to exceed $151,847, for utilization of Mental Health Services Act purchased services for consultation in the development and planning from January 1, 2005 through June 30, 2005, and authorized the Director of Health & Human Services to sign.

 

13.  PERSONNEL - Approved the Placer County Equal Employment Opportunity Program for the period January 1, 2005 through December 31, 2005.

 

14.  PERSONNEL/CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION:

a.    Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, amending Chapter 3, Section 3.12.010, Appendix 1, Allocation of Positions, relating to the Facility Services Department.

 

b.    Approved side letter of agreement with the Placer County Deputy Sheriff Association and introduction of an ordinance, first reading waived, amending Chapter 3, Section 3.12.010, 3.12.020, and 3.12.030, pertaining to position allocations and salaries relating to the Probation Department.

 

15.  PLANNING: 

a.    Amended contract with Thomas A. Parilo and Associates, in the amount of $25,000, for planning services, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign.

 

b.    Adopted the findings to deny the Chamberlin Rezoning Request (PREA20040045) application.

 

16.  PROCUREMENT SERVICES - Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the following:

a.    Purchase, Prefabricated Bridge/Public Works – Approved purchase of a CONSPAN bridge, in the amount of $62,288.65, for the replacement of a one-lane bridge on Nicholaus Road over a tributary of Markham Ravine, near Sutter County/Placer County line.

 

b.    Purchase Order, Vehicle & Equipment Parts/Public Works – Approved a blanket purchase order with Maita Ford, in the maximum amount of $53,000.

 

c.    Purchase Order, Building Material/Facility Services – Renewed agreement with Diamond Pacific, in the maximum amount of $80,000.

 

d.    Purchase Order, Auto Parts/Public Works – Approved blanket purchase order with Riebes Auto Parts, in the maximum of $88,000, effective April 1, 2005 through March 31, 2006.

 

17.  PUBLIC WORKS:

a.    Asphalt Concrete Overlay, Summer 2005, Construction Contract #73213 – Approved project specifications and authorized the Department of Public Works to advertise for bids.

 

b.    Ice Lake Subdivision #2, Serene LakesResolution 2005-53 adopted abandoning a portion of an overhead utility easement and a portion of an easement for light and air on Lot 4, Block D on Cascade Drive.

 

c.    Tahoe Pines Erosion Control Project, Area C, Skyland Subdivision Erosion Control Project (PEAQ 2004 086) – Resolution 2005-54 adopted approving the Mitigated Negative Declaration with the required findings.

 

18.  PUBLIC WORKS/TRANSIT:

a.    City of Colfax - Approved a two-year Memorandum of Understanding for FY 2004/05 and 2005/06, for transit service.

 

b.    City of Rocklin - Approved a Memorandum of Understanding for FY 2004/05 for transit service.

 

c.    PRIDE Industries - Approved a Memorandum of Understanding for FY 2004/05 for transit service.

 

d.    Town of Loomis - Approved a Memorandum of Understanding for FY 2004/05 for transit service.

 

19.  REVENUE SHARING:

a.    Approved appropriation of $100 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Friends of Lincoln Library for the Books in the Courtyard IV event, as requested by Supervisor Weygandt.

 

b.    Approved appropriation of $200 in Revenue Sharing monies to Glen Edwards Middle School for the People to People Student Ambassador Program, supporting student Adrienne Goodwin selected to represent the community during the summer 2005 trip to England, Wales and Ireland, as requested by Supervisor Weygandt.

 

c.    Approved appropriation of $200 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Magic Circle Theater for the presentation “Women At Ground Zero Stories of Courage and Compassion” as requested by Supervisor Santucci.

 

d.    Approved appropriation of $200 in Revenue Sharing monies to Woodcreek High School for their 2005 Safe & Sober Grad Night, as requested by Supervisor Santucci.

 

e.    Approved appropriation of $250 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Ashley Memorial Dog Park Foundation for electrical materials, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

f.     Approved appropriation of $250 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Auburn Chamber of Commerce for the State of the Community Event, honoring citizens who have earned special recognition in the community, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

g.    Approved appropriation of $250 in Revenue Sharing monies to Cub Scout Pack #231, for materials and supplies to start a new program in the community of Sheridan, as requested by Supervisor Weygandt.

 

h.    Approved appropriation of $275 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Roseville Chamber of Commerce for the 25th Annual Granite Bay Easter Egg Hunt, as requested by Supervisor Gaines.

 

i.      Approved appropriation of $400 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Dry Creek Conservancy for the 9th Annual Creek Week, as requested by Supervisor Santucci ($200), Supervisor Weygandt and Supervisor Gaines ($100 each). 

 

j.      Approved appropriation of $450 in Revenue Sharing monies to Oakmont High School for their 2005 Sober Grad Night, as requested by Supervisor Santucci ($200) and Supervisor Gaines ($250).

 

k.    Approved appropriation of $500 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Auburn Animal Spay & Neuter Program, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

l.      Approved appropriation of $1,000 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Sportsmen’s Legacy Foundation for their college scholarship fund, as requested by Supervisor Santucci and Supervisor Weygandt ($500 each).

 

m.   Approved appropriation of $1,250 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center Committee to assist in the purchase of the historic State Theater building in downtown Auburn, as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($1,000) and Supervisor Gaines ($250).

 

*** End of Consent Agenda***

 

DEPARTMENT ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED BEFORE NOON, AS TIME ALLOWS

 

DEPARTMENT ITEMS:

 

20.  ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES/PROCUREMENT – Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the following:

a.    Bid #8967, Safety Supplies/Various Departments – Renewed bid with Empire Safety on a Countywide basis and for the Office of Emergency Services individually, in the maximum cumulative amount of $185,000.

       MOTION Holmes/Kranz/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Santucci temporarily absent)

 

b.    Purchase, Licensing Agreement/Information Technology – Approved purchase of a five-year Microsoft Enterprise software licensing agreement with Dell Inc., at an annual cost of $444,215.95.  MOTION Gaines/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Santucci temporarily absent)

 

c.    Purchase Order, Auto Painting & Body Work/Public Works – Renewed blanket purchase order with Maaco Auto Painting and Body Works, in the maximum amount of $130,000.

       MOTION Gaines/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Santucci temporarily absent)

 

21.  FACILITY SERVICES/CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS:

a.    B Avenue Extension Project #9478 Resolution 2005-55 adopted approving an addendum to the DeWitt Government Center Facility Plan Environmental Impact Report for improvements associated with the project; approved plans and specifications and authorized staff to solicit bids.

       MOTION Gaines/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Santucci temporarily absent)

 

b.    Sheridan Infiltration & Inflow Repair Project, P-40182 - Awarded bid to North Star Construction of Yuba City, in the amount of $187,200; authorized the Director of Facility Services to execute a contract and any required change orders, consistent with the Public Contract Code, upon County Counsel’s review and approval of required bonds and insurance; and approved a budget revision, in the amount of $207,500.

       MOTION Kranz/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 3:0 (Gaines & Santucci temporarily absent)

 

22.  HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES:

a.    Administrative Services - Approved the fourteen contract amendments, totaling $440,960, to manage Health & Human Services level of services authorized for the current fiscal year.

       MOTION Holmes/Kranz/Unanimous  VOTE 3:0 (Gaines & Santucci temporarily absent)

 

b.    Adult System of Care - Approved contract with Peter Van Auken, M.D., from April 14, 2005 through April 13, 2006, for an annual salary of $189,783 (total compensation package of $262,767), to provide psychiatric services.

       MOTION Kranz/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Santucci temporarily absent)

 

c.    Adult System of Care - Approved contract with Merced Behavioral Health Center, an Institute for Mental Disease, from April 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006, in the amount of $131,500, to provide secure long-term psychiatric services.  MOTION Holmes/Kranz/Unanimous 

 

d.    Children's System of Care - Approved agreement with Seneca Center, Inc., for mental health treatment and supervision services.  MOTION Holmes/Gaines/Unanimous

 

e.    Children's System of Care – Approved a Memorandum of Understanding between Placer County Department of Health & Human Services and the Placer County Office of Education, in the amount of $975,798 for FY 2004/05, to provide partial funding for the FY 2004/05 expenditure of Individualized Education Plan mental health services and authorized the Chairman to sign.  MOTION Santucci/Gaines/Unanimous

 

f.     Community Health - Approved purchase of a modular biocontainment laboratory from TechSpace, Inc., as an addition to the Public Health Laboratory; authorized the addition of the equipment to the Master Fixed Asset List; authorized Health & Human Services and Facility Services to negotiate a contract with TechSpace, Inc., up to a maximum of $750,000; and authorized the Director of Health & Human Services to sign the resulting contract with concurrence from the Purchasing Manager, Director of Facility Services, County Counsel, and Risk Management.    MOTION Holmes/Gaines/Unanimous

 

23.  PLANNING/CONSERVATION PLAN CONTRACT AMENDMENTS – Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign contract amendments, in the cumulative amount of $945,000, relating to the completion of the Placer County Conservation Plan and approved a budget revision, in the amount of $750,020, to supplement funding.  MOTION Gaines/Holmes/Unanimous

 

24.  SHERIFF – Approved a grant application for a Justice Assistance Grant, in the amount of $42,566, with $10,000 allocated for Drug Court and $32,566 allocated for the Special Investigations Unit.

       MOTION Gaines/Santucci/Unanimous

 

24.aCOUNTY EXECUTIVE – Authorized the County Executive Officer to execute a contract amendment with Goodwin Consulting Group to provide for additional studies needed to address levels of service, capital facilities and infrastructure costs associated with development projects in western Placer County, in an amount not to exceed $249,000.  MOTION Santucci/Holmes/Unanimous

 

25.  COUNTY COUNSEL/CLOSED SESSION REPORT:

(A) §54956.9 - CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL

(1)   Existing Litigation:

(a)   Sierra Club vs. Placer County; Placer County Board of Placer County Superior Court Case, Number: SCV12789.  Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District Case No.: C047630.  The Board heard a report on the Bickford cases and gave direction to Counsel.

(b)   Bickford Ranch vs. County of Placer, Placer County Superior Court Case Number: SCV12793.

       Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District Case No.: C047630.  The Board heard a report on the Bickford cases and gave direction to Counsel.

(c)   Ryan Berry, et al vs. County of Placer, U.S.D.C. Case No.: 2:05-CV-00239-EJG-KJM.  The Board retained the firm of Hanson and Bridgett to defend the County in that action. 

(d)   Sierra Watch vs. Placer County, Placer County Superior Court Case No.: SCV16652.  The Board received a report from Counsel and gave direction to Counsel.

 

(2)   Anticipated Litigation:

(a)   Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (c) of Government Code §54956.9: one potential case.  The Board authorized the County Counsel Office to proceed with the litigation matter involving the construction project of the newest jail wing.

(b)   Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code §54956.9: one potential case.  The Board extended the contract for Resource Law Group for their participation and preparation of the permits and agreements for the HCP/NCP Legacy matter.  The contract is going from the current contract amount of $625,000 to $675,000.

 

(B) §54957.6 - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR – The Board received information from its negotiators with regards to issues pending with DSA and gave direction.

       Agency negotiator: CEO/Personnel Director.

       Employee organization: DSA/PPEO.

 

(C)  §54957 - PUBLIC EMPLOYEE APPOINTMENT – The Board took up the issue of the Community Development/Resource Agency Director and appointed Tom Miller to that position.

       Title: Land Use and Resources Agency Director Community Development/Resource Agency Director

 

TIMED ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED AT THE TIME SHOWN:

 

9:05 a.m.

 

26.  BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – Presentation of a proclamation declaring April 3 through April 9, 2005, as National Boys & Girls Week in Placer County.

 

9:10 a.m.

 

27.  SIERRA SACRAMENTO VALLEY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES – Presentation by Leonard R. Inch, Regional Executive Director of the Sierra Sacramento Valley EMS, to Chairman Weygandt in appreciation and recognition of 10 years of service on the Sierra Sacramento Valley Joint Powers Authority Governing Board of Directors.

 

9:15 a.m.

 

28.  BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – Presentation of Resolution 2005-48 to the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Placer County acknowledging ongoing efforts and proclaiming April 2005, as “Child Abuse Prevention Month”.

 

9:30 a.m.

 

29.  FACILITY SERVICES/COUNTY SERVICE AREA #28, ZONE 55 (LIVOTI SEWERS) – Public hearing closed.  Ordinance 5354-B adopted, amending Chapter 13, Section 13.12.350 (H) relating to charges and fees for sewer maintenance districts and county service areas; made a finding pursuant to Section 21080(b)(8), of the Public Resource Code, that the higher fee is derived directly from the cost of providing service and is necessary to meet operating expenses for maintenance of services and is, therefore exempt from environmental review.

       MOTION Kranz/Holmes/Unanimous  VOTE 4:0 (Santucci temporarily absent)

 

10:00 a.m.

 

30.  FACILITY SERVICES/GLOBAL POWER SOLAR ENERGY - Public hearing closed.

1.    Resolution 2005-56 adopted, affirming award of contract to Global Solar Energy, Inc., without public bidding, determining it is in the public interest and is economically beneficial pursuant to the provisions of California Government Code, Section 4217.10-4217.18;

 

2.    Made a determination that the design and installation of photovoltaic (PV) electrical generation systems at the Larry Oddo Finance Administration Building (LOFAB) should not be subject to the County's Purchasing Policy Manual; and

 

3.    Authorized the Director of Facility Services to negotiate and execute an agreement with Global Solar Energy, Inc., for the design and installation of a PV electrical generation system at the LOFAB, in the amount of $348,541, and any documents necessary to effectuate the purposes of this agreement, including application for rebates from the California Public Utility Commission Self Generation Incentive Program and any required change orders, consistent with Section 20142 of the Public Contract Code, upon County Counsel's review and approval of required bonds and insurance.  MOTION Gaines/Santucci/Unanimous

 

10:15 a.m.

 

31.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE/REDEVELOPMENT/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT – Public hearing closed.

a.    Resolution 2005-57 adopted amending FY 2004/05 Program Income Reuse Plan;

       MOTION Santucci/Gaines/Unanimous

 

b.    Resolution 2005-58 adopted authorizing the submission of an Economic Development Allocation Application to the State Department of Housing & Community Development for a Community Development Block Grant Application, in the amount of $2 million, for the Hulbert Way Traffic Signal Area of Benefit.  MOTION Holmes/Kranz/Unanimous

 

c.    Resolution 2005-59 adopted authorizing the submission of an application to the State Department of Housing & Community Development for a Community Development Block Grant Application, in the amount of $600,000, for housing rehabilitation in Todd Valley.

       MOTION Kranz/Holmes/Unanimous

 

d.    Resolution 2005-60 adopted authorizing the submission of a General Allocation Application to the State Department of Housing & Community Development for a Community Development Block Grant Application, in the amount of $481,000, for 2005 for the Women's Center & Children's Emergency Shelter & Sheridan sewer repairs.

       MOTION Holmes/Santucci/Unanimous

 

10:30 a.m.

 

32.  HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES – Public hearing closed.  Ordinance 5355-B adopted, amending Chapter 2, to include a Fee Ordinance under article 2.116, Administrative Fees for Targeted Case Management fees and an associated waiver policy.  MOTION  Gaines/Santucci/Unanimous

 

11:00 a.m.

 

33.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE/REORGANIZATION OF LAND USE SERVICES FUNCTIONS – Approved creation of the Land Use Resource Agency Community Development/Resource Agency; ordinance introduced, first reading waived, amending Chapter 3, creating the Land Use Resource Agency Community Development/Resource Agency position allocations and compensation; and creating a phasing plan for transition of land use related services to a framework that reflects the level and scope of proposed development in Placer County through centralized leadership and a more integrated system for service delivery.

 

MOTION Kranz/Gaines, to approve the recommendations (Page 8, Items 1-6 of the staff report) with the exception of amending the title of the Agency to  “Community Development Agency” and the Director to the “Community Development Agency Director".

VOTE 2:3 (Holmes, Gaines, Weygandt No)  MOTION failed.

 

MOTION Kranz/Santucci/Unanimous, to approve the recommendations (Page 8, Items 1-6 of the staff report) with the exception of amending the title of the Agency to “Community Development/Resource Agency” and the Director to the “Community Development/Resource Agency Director.”

 

12:00 NOON

 

34.  LUNCH – Monkey Cat, 805 Lincoln Way, Auburn/Agenda Scheduling.

 

1:30 p.m.

 

35.  PLANNING – Affordable/Workforce Housing Workshop – Information only.

 

ITEMS FOR INFORMATION:

36.  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER – Statement of Condition of Cash in the Treasury for month ending February 28, 2005.

 

37.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE – Bartig, Basler & Ray, Management Report for Year Ended June 30, 2004.

 

38.  TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR – Treasurer's statement for the month of February 2005.

 

ADJOURNMENT – A special meeting will be held on Thursday, April 14, and Monday, April 18, 2005.  The next regular meeting will be held Tuesday, April 19, 2005

 

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ 2005 MEETING SCHEDULE:

April 14, 2004 (Special Mtg.)

April 18, 2005 (Tahoe)

April 19, 2005 (Tahoe)

April 26, 2005

May 10, 2005

May 24, 2005