BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2008
F.C. “Rocky” Rockholm, District 1, Vice Chairman Thomas Miller, County Executive
Robert Weygandt, District 2 Anthony J. La Bouff, County Counsel
Jim Holmes, District 3, Chairman Rich Colwell, Chief Assistant County Executive
Kirk Uhler, District 4 Mike Boyle, Assistant County Executive
Bruce Kranz, District 5 Holly Heinzen, Assistant County Executive
Ann Holman, Clerk of the Board
County Administrative Center, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603
FLAG SALUTE – Led by Gerald Carden, Chief Deputy County Counsel.
STATEMENT OF MEETING PROCEDURES - Read by Clerk.
PUBLIC COMMENT – Dennis and Carolynn Luchay and Mark and Joanne Hudson spoke about postpartum depression relating to mothers and infants. Josh Tindall, President of the Placer County Deputy Sheriff Association, presented Supervisor Kranz a plaque for his service to Placer County. Melanie Barton invited all to attend The Tradition of the Carousel to be held at the Bernhard Museum Complex December 11, 2008-January 25, 2009. Perry Norris Truckee Donner Land Trust and Dave Sutton, The Trust for Public Land, presented Supervisor Kranz, Thomas Miller, Holly Heinzen, and Anthony LaBouff with a plaque for their leadership in the acquisition of Waddle Ranch.
SUPERVISOR’S COMMITTEE REPORTS – Chairman Holmes reported on the Annual California State Association of Counties (CSAC) Conference he attended in San Diego.
1. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS/COMMENDATIONS:
a. Presentation of a Commendation honoring the Sierra College Baseball Team for winning the 2008 California Community College State Baseball Championship.
b. Presentation of a Commendation recognizing the Native Sons of the Golden West, Auburn Parlor #59 for their outstanding contribution to preserve and celebrate the history and heritage of the state of California.
c. Presentation of a Commendation honoring Primo Santini for his many years of service to the residents of Lincoln and congratulating him on his retirement as a Councilmember for the City of Lincoln.
d. Presentation of a Resolution commending Rodney G. Merydith for 33 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Department.
e. Presentation of a Commendation congratulating Mal Toy on his retirement after working 30 years in engineering and planning of which the last 14 have been with the Placer County Water Agency.
f. Presentation of a Commendation honoring Rick Hoffman for his contributions to Placer County while serving on the Fish and Game Commission.
2. PERSONNEL/EMPLOYEE SERVICE AWARDS – Presentation of Employee Service Awards to employees with 20 or more years of service, followed by a reception.
3. COUNTY EXECUTIVE/LEGISLATION - Adopted the 2009 Legislative/Regulatory Platform for Placer County and directed staff to pursue action items, and support or oppose legislation in accordance with the Platform. Authorized staff to coordinate an advocacy program to support the goals and objectives of the 2009 platform. MOTION Uhler/Rockholm/Unanimous
4. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/PLANNING/AMENDMENT TO AGRICULTURAL PRESERVE 203 AND TO CREATE AN AGRICULTURAL PRESERVE AND WILLIAMSON ACT CONTRACT (PAGP 20080486) – SCHEIBER - Public hearing closed to consider a request from Carol Scheiber and Albert Scheiber to approve an amendment to Agricultural Preserve 203 and to create Agricultural Preserve 20080486 in order to complete a Minor Boundary Line Adjustment between one parcel located within Agricultural Preserve 203 and three contiguous parcels not located within the preserve. The properties (APN 021-262-030, 021-262-031, 021-350-024, and 021-350-025) are located at 1700 Moore Road in the West Lincoln area, and are zoned F-B-X-80 (Farm combining Minimum Building Site 80-acres). The Board also considered adoption of a Class 17 Categorical Exemption from CEQA.
MOTION Weygandt/Uhler/Unanimous, adopting Findings in support of the determination that the amendment of Agricultural Preserve 203 and the creation of Agricultural Preserve 2008-0486 is Categorically Exempt from environmental review pursuant to Section 15317 of the California Environmental Quality Act and Class 17, Section 18.36.190 of the Placer County Environmental Review Ordinance; Found that the amendment of Agricultural Preserve 203 and the creation of Agricultural Preserve 20080486 is consistent with the Placer County General Plan; Found that the amendment of Agricultural Preserve 203 and the creation of Agricultural Preserve 20080486 is consistent with the requirements of the California Land Conservation Act and the Placer County Administrative Rules and approved and authorized the Chairman to sign Resolution 2008-373 amending Agricultural Preserve 203 and Resolution 20008-374 creating Agricultural Preserve 208-0486 and executing the contract.
5. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/PLANNING
a. American Vineyard Village/General Plan Amendment, Rezone, and Final Environmental Impact Report (PEIR T20050276) - Public hearing closed to consider a request from Kent Baker, on behalf of JMC Homes, to approve a General Plan Amendment to change the land use designation from Low Density Residential (1 to 2 dwelling units per acre) to High Density Residential (4 to 10 dwelling units per acre) and to approve a Rezone from Residential Single-Family with combining Agriculture and a minimum lot size of 20,000 square feet (RS-AG-B20) to Residential Single-Family with a minimum lot size of 3,000 square feet (RS-BX-3). Staff recommended the Board approve the General Plan Amendment, Rezone, and associated Final Environmental Impact Report, as recommended by the Planning Commission.
MOTION Uhler/Rockholm/Unanimous, adopting the Findings, accepting the Planning Commission’s certification of the Final Environmental Impact Report, adopting the Statement of Findings, Statement of Overriding Considerations and Mitigation Monitoring Plan; Resolution 2008-375 adopted amending the Dry Creek/West Placer Community Plan, and Ordinance 5536-B adopted rezoning the property constituting the American Vineyard Village Subdivision.
b. General Plan Amendment/Rezone/Gary Guerrero (PGPA T20070790) Mitigated Negative Declaration – Public hearing closed to approve a General Plan Amendment to change the General Plan designation from Agriculture (10 acre minimum) to Rural Residential (1 to 10 acre minimum), and a Rezoning to change the zoning designation from Farm (10 acre minimum) to Farm (4.6 acre minimum), on property located at 5925 Bell Road in the Auburn area (Assessors Parcel Numbers 026-410-011 and 012). Staff brought forward the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve the project.
MOTION Rockholm/Uhler/Unanimous, approving the Findings and Mitigated Negative Declaration, Resolution 2008-376 adopted amending the Placer County General Plan and Ordinance 5537-B adopted rezoning the Gary Guerrero property.
c. Foresthill Divide Community Plan (GPA-341/Implementing Zoning REA-909) and Environmental Impact Report (SCH No. 2001092094) - Considered adoption of the County-initiated update of the 1981 Foresthill General Plan (now to be known as the Foresthill Divide Community Plan). The proposed project consists of adoption and implementation of the Foresthill Divide Community Plan, and the Certification of a program-level Environmental Impact Report for the Community Plan; adoption of General Plan Amendments to allow Land Use Diagram boundary changes to the Weimar–Applegate–Clipper Gap General Plan, the Auburn–Bowman Community Plan, and the Placer County General Plan and an ordinance to rezone properties within the Foresthill Divide Community Plan area, as part of the Community Plan Update.
MOTION Kranz/Uhler/Unanimous, adopting Resolution 2008-377 Certifying the Final Environmental Impact Report, adopting a Statement of Findings, a Statement of Overriding Considerations and a Mitigation Monitoring Plan for the Foresthill Divide Community Plan and Related Approvals.
MOTION Kranz/Uhler/Unanimous, adopting Resolution 2008-378 adopting the Foresthill Divide Community Plan.
MOTION Kranz/Uhler/Unanimous, adopting Resolution 2008-379 approving amendments to the Land Use Diagrams of the Placer County General Plan, the Auburn-Bowman Community Plan, and the Weimar-Applegate-Clipper Gap General Plan.
MOTION Kranz/Uhler/Unanimous, adopting Ordinance 5538-B Rezoning Property within the Foresthill Divide Community Plan.
6. COUNTY EXECUTIVE:
a. County Budget Update – As requested the Board:
1) Accepted a report outlining budget shortfalls concerning the current fiscal year and FY 2009-10;
2) Directed staff to return to the Board of Supervisors at their February 24, 2009 Board meeting delineating additional actions required to address anticipated revenue shortfalls in FY 2009-2010;
a) Directed staff to move forward on the following actions:
i) Remove funding for 4 days of mandatory time off during the remainder of the 2008-09 Fiscal Year for non essential personnel; and
ii) Remove the contribution to the road fund for FY 2008-09; and
iii) Remove funding for 17 vacant positions in the General Fund and 21 vacant positions in the Public Safety Fund; and
iv) Remove part year funding for 2 known retirements in the General Fund; and
v) Reduce funding for services and supplies in the General Fund and the Public Safety Fund; and
vi) Authorize the use of approximately $1.7 million in General Fund Reserves; and
3) Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, amending the FY 2008-09 personnel allocations of various departments to reflect a reduction of 76 vacant, unfunded positions.
b. County Office Closures - Resolution 2008-380 adopted regarding County office closures and mandatory time off for all County employees except those providing necessary services for the four days of December 26, 2008, February 13, 2009, April 13, 2009 and May 22, 2009.
7. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/PLANNING/REGIONAL UNIVERSITY - Considered the Regional University Specific Plan project, Certification of the project’s environmental document; Specific Plan, Development Standards, Design Guidelines; approval of amendments to the Placer County General Plan and Dry Creek/West Placer Community Plan; Rezoning the Specific Plan area; and approval of the Project Development Agreement. The Board was also asked to consider the Infrastructure Plan, the Final Public Facilities Financing Plan and the Final Urban Services Plan prepared for this project.
MOTION Rockholm/Uhler/Unanimous, accepting the Public Facilities Financing Plan, the Urban Services Plan and the Specific Plan Infrastructure Plan.
MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous, adopting Resolution 2008-369 Certifying the Final Environmental Impact Report, adopting a Statement of Findings, a Statement of Overriding Considerations and a Mitigation Monitoring Plan for the Regional University Specific Plan, Related Entitlements and Development Agreement.
MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous, adopting Resolution 2008-370 approving amendments to the Placer County General Plan.
MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous, adopting Resolution 2008-371 approving amendments to the Dry Creek/West Placer Community Plan.
MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous, adopting Resolution 2008-372 adopting the Regional University Specific Plan.
MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous, adopting Ordinance 5532-B approving the Regional University Development Standards and Design Guidelines.
MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous, adopting Ordinance 5533-B rezoning certain properties within Regional University Specific Plan.
MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous Adopting Ordinance 5534-B adopting a Development Agreement for properties within the Regional University Specific Plan.
8. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE DEFERRAL PROGRAM - Urgency Ordinance 5535-B adopted adding Article 15.70, Deferral of Certain Impact Fees, to Chapter 15, Building and Development, of the Placer County Code allowing for the deferral of certain impact fees for residential and nonresidential development projects through December, 2010. MOTION Kranz/Uhler/Unanimous
9. COUNTY EXECUTIVE/RISK MANAGEMENT - Awarded Request for Proposal #9855 for third party administration services for the County’s worker’s compensation program to Gregory B. Bragg & Associates, of Granite Bay, CA; authorized staff to negotiate and enter into a three year contract in an amount not to exceed $800,001; and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting contract. MOTION Weygandt/Uhler/Unanimous
10. FACILITY SERVICES:
a. Sheridan Sprayfields Expansion Project – The Board approved the following actions needed to obtain grant funding from the United States Department of Agriculture for the capital project known as the Sheridan Sprayfields Expansion Project, contingent upon approval of necessary sewer and water fee increases in CSA 28, Zone 6 (Sheridan Sewer, Water and Lighting):
1. Forgive existing debt totaling $1,370,000 owed by CSA 28, Zone 6 to the County Service Area Revolving Fund.
2. Provide approximately $570,000 in contributions from the General Fund to match a USDA grant of $700,000.
3. Provide an estimated total of $440,000 in contributions from the General Fund to CSA 28, Zone 6, to bridge operating shortfalls anticipated from April 2009 through June 2011.
b. County Service Area 28, Zone 6 (Sheridan Sewer, Water & Lighting) – Approved a Budget Revision authorizing $280,000 in contributions from the FY 08-09 General Funds Contributions to Facilities and Infrastructure Budget to CSA 28, Zone 6 (Sheridan Sewer, Water and Lighting).
c. Sheridan Sprayfields Project - Approved an agreement with HydroScience Engineers, Inc., (HSe), in an amount not to exceed $95,340, to prepare the design and provide engineering services during construction of the project. MOTION Rockholm/Uhler/Unanimous
d. Auburn Ravine Lift Station Improvements, Project 40202 - Approved the Plans and Specifications and authorized staff to solicit bids; Resolution 2008-381 adopted authorizing the Director of Facility Services to award and execute the resulting contract, in an amount not to exceed $1,700,000, upon Risk Management and County Counsel approval and approved any required change orders consistent with the County Purchasing Manual and Section 20142 of the Public Contract Code; and adopted a Negative Declaration in conformance with the California Environmental Quality Act.
MOTION Rockholm/Uhler/Unanimous VOTE 4:0 (Weygandt temporarily absent)
e. Rocklin Library Tenant Improvement, Project # 4702 - Approved the Consultant Services Agreement with Anderson Brulé Architects, Inc. (ABA), in an amount not-to-exceed $772,000, to provide architectural and engineering services for project located in the City of Rocklin, and authorized the Chairman to sign. MOTION Rockholm/Weygandt/Unanimous
11. PUBLIC WORKS:
a. Sunset Boulevard/State Route 65 Interchange Construction Contract #1062 –Adopt a resolution authorizing the Chairman to award and execute the construction contract, after County Counsel review and approval of necessary bonds and insurance, for the project to RGW Construction for $17,690,418.80 and authorized the Director of Public Works to approve contract change orders up to 10% of the contract amount.
Ken Grehm, Director of Public Works, advised two bid protests were received siting an irregularity in the subcontracting forms submitted by the low bidder. The Director of Administrative Services reviewed and denied the protests. DeSilva Gates has filed an appeal and is entitled to a hearing. He provided alternatives and recommended the Board delegate various actions to the Director of Public Works.
MOTION Rockholm/Weygandt/Unanimous to delegate to the Director of Public Works the authority to award the contract to the lowest responsible responsive bidder and approve change orders up to 10% of the contract amount upon the conclusion of all bid protest proceedings; and the authority to reject all bids and commence an expedited re-bidding of the project on the same plan and specifications approved on September 9, 2008.
b. Tahoe City Transit Center - Approved a budget revision and Resolution 2008-383 adopted authorizing the Chairman to approve, with County Counsel review and approval, an Interagency Design and Construction Agreement between the Placer County Public Works Department and the Placer County Redevelopment Agency (Agency) for the Tahoe City Transit Center, in the amount of $500,000; and authorized the Director of Public Works to execute the agreement.
c. Tier II Development Fee – Resolution 2008-384 adopted authorizing the Chairman to approve the Tier II Development Fee Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Cities of Roseville, Rocklin, Lincoln and SPRTA to facilitate the financing of the Placer Parkway and improvements to the I-80/State Route 65 Interchange with County Counsel’s review and approval.
ADJOURNED AS THE PLACER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND
CONVENED AS THE PLACER COUNTY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD
12. REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY - Resolution 2008-385 adopted approving a $500,000 Inter-Agency Design and Construction Agreement with the Placer County Department of Public Works for the Tahoe City Transit Center, adopted findings to authorize the utilization of tax increment proceeds to finance a public improvement (California Health and Safety code Section 33445), and authorized the Redevelopment Director or designee to execute the agreement.
ADJOURNED AS THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD AND
RECONVENED AS THE PLACER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
13. COUNTY COUNSEL/ADJOURNED TO CLOSED SESSION:
(A) §54956.8 – CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR – The Board received a report from staff and gave direction to their Real Property Negotiators.
(a) Property: Approximately 5,066 square feet of improved property located at 133 Church Street in Roseville, California
Agency Negotiator(s): Tom Miller, Jim Durfee, Mary Dietrich, Gerald O. Carden.
Negotiating Parties: County of Placer and City of Roseville
Under Negotiation: Price, terms of payment, or both.
(B) §54957.6 - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS – The Board received a report and gave direction to its labor Negotiators.
(a) Agency designated representatives: Tom Miller, Nancy Nittler, Mike Boyle, Valerie Flood, Gerald O. Carden, Anthony J. La Bouff
Employee organization: PPEO. DSA.
(C) §54957 – PUBLIC EMPLOYEE APPOINTMENT – The Board confirmed the appointment of Michael Johnson as Director of the Community Development Resource Agency.
(a) Title: Director of Community Development Resource Agency.
CONSENT AGENDA (Items 14-27) – Item 18c moved for discussion. Consent agenda approved as amended with action as indicated. MOTION Rockholm/Uhler/Unanimous
14. ORDINANCE – Second Reading:
a. Personnel – Ordinance 5530-B adopted for reclassification of one position in the department of the County Clerk-Recorder-Registrar of Voters and the abolishment of four obsolete classifications in the Health and Human Services Department.
b. Personnel - Ordinance 5531-B adopted amending Chapter 3, codifying certain provisions contained in the latest Placer Public Employees’ Organization (PPEO) memorandums of understanding and related side letters; and the management and confidential employees’ salary and benefit ordinances
15. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:
a. Resolution 2008-358 adopted commending Rodney G. Merydith for 33 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Department.
b. Approved minutes of October 20 & 21 and November 4, 2008.
16. CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNTY – Rejected the following claims, as recommended by Counsel:
a. 08-152, Koeberlein, Val, $15, 000, (Property Damage)
b. 08-151, Cooksey, Lesia, Unstated, (Personal Injury & Property Damage)
17. COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS:
a. Auburn Public Cemetery District – Approved reappointment of Basilio Procissi to Seat 4, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.
b. Assessment Appeals Board – Approved appointment of Robert J. Enos to Seat 4, as requested by Supervisor Uhler.
c. County Parks Commission – Approved reappointment of Bill Bisharat to Seat 4, as requested by Supervisor Uhler.
d. County Parks Commission – Approved reappointment of David Tooker to Seat 3, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.
e. Municipal Advisory Council – Rural Lincoln – Approved reappointments of Michael Whitney to Seat 1, George Alves to Seat 2 and Mark Fowler to Seat 3, as requested by Supervisor Weygandt.
f. Older Adult Advisory Commission – Approved reappointment of Irwin Herman to Seat 1, as requested by Supervisor Rockholm.
g. Older Adult Advisory Commission – Approved reappointment of Darlis Beale to Seat 7, representing the Public-at-Large.
h. Older Adult Advisory Commission – Approved the reappointment of Diana Cox to Seat 4, as requested by Supervisor Uhler.
i. Planning Commission – Approved reappointment of Richard Johnson to Seat 3, as requested by Supervisor Holmes.
18. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY:
a. Hopkins Village (aka Hopkins Ranch), PN 8519, Tract 976 - Accepted improvements as complete, authorized the Faithful Performance and Labor and Materials sureties to be reduced to Faithful Performance 25% immediately upon your Board’s approval, Labor and Material 50% or the total of all claims per G.C.66499.7, whichever is higher, for six months or longer if claims exist.
b. Nichols Drive Industrial Park, Tract 974 - Approved the Final Map for Nichols Drive Industrial Park located West of Highway 65 in the Sunset Industrial Area, approved recording and authorized the Chairman to sign the Final Map and Subdivision Improvement Agreement, and instructed the Clerk to prepare the Final Map and Subdivision Improvement Agreement for recording.
c. MOVED FOR DISCUSSION Winchester Phase IV Tract #943/Project 7605 - Accept the improvements as complete, authorize the Faithful Performance and Labor and Materials sureties to be set at, Faithful Performance 25% immediately upon Board approval, Labor and Material 50% or the total of all claims per G.C.66499.7, whichever is higher, for six months or longer if claims exist, and approve a resolution accepting The Point and Holly Oak Lane into the County Maintained Mileage System.
d. Martis Camp (aka Siller Ranch) Phase 1, PN 8310, Tract 939 - Accepted improvements as complete. At the request of the developer, the Subdivision Improvement Agreement (SIA) was previously amended to allow for the reduction of the Faithful Performance and Labor and Materials sureties. The amended SIA reduced the Faithful Performance Surety to 25% and the Labor and Materials surety to 50% for six months or longer if claims exist. The amended SIA was approved by Board action October 21, 2008.
e. The Retreat At Northstar, FF 1249, Tract 930 - Accepted improvements as complete, authorized the Faithful Performance be reduced to 25% immediately upon approval and Labor and Materials sureties be reduced to 50% or the total of all claims per G.C.66499.7, whichever is higher, for six months or longer if claims exist and Resolution 2008-360 adopted accepting Cross Cut Court and Mill Site Road into the County Maintained Mileage System.
19. COUNTY EXECUTIVE/EMERGENCY SERVICES – Resolution 2008-361 adopted authorizing five designated County employees to act on behalf of Placer County to acquire property available through the Federal Surplus Personal Property Program and have the Chairman and Clerk of the Board sign the Eligibility Renewal Application documents.
20. FACILITY SERVICES:
a. Newcastle Sanitary District - Authorized the Chairman to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Newcastle Sanitary District (NSD); designate the Director of the Department of Facility Services as authorized representative to execute disbursements and other administrative documentation necessary in connection with the MOU; and approved a budget revision to create and fund the NSD Regionalization capital project, with an initial appropriation of $1,520,000 from Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant funds.
b. North Fork American River Trail - Resolution 2008-362 adopted authorizing the Director of Facility Services to execute Amendment 2 to an agreement with EDAW, Inc., increasing the amount by $48,480, for a total amount not to exceed $303,290 after review and approval of Risk Management and County Counsel. The amendment will support the National Environmental Policy Act review, permit finalization and mitigation monitoring plan elements during construction.
c. Lincoln Missile Site - Resolution 2008-363 adopted authorizing the Director of Facility Services to complete negotiations for an agreement with Kleinfelder West, Inc., in the amount not to exceed $75,921, to construct two replacement monitoring wells and perform up to two years of semi-annual groundwater monitoring of seven monitoring wells at the former Titan 1-A Missile Facility, located near Lincoln, CA; and authorized the Director of Facility Services to execute the agreement contingent upon review and approval by County Counsel and Risk Management.
d. Museums – Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, amending Placer County Code Section 2.116.060 relating to elimination of admission fees for visiting Placer County Museums; allowing establishment/amendment of fees for educational and other public programs provided by the Museums Division to be set by Resolution; allowing establishment/amendment of Rental Fees for facilities at the Bernhard Museum Complex to be set by Resolution. Resolution 2008-382 adopted establishing/amending fees for educational and other programs provided by Placer County Museums; and establishing the rental rate for facilities at the Bernhard Museum Complex.
e. Health and Human Services Relocation Analysis - Authorized the Director of Facility Services, or designee, to enter into lease negotiations with Sunset Commercial Center, Inc., c/o Oates Investments, Inc. (SCC) for building occupancies at 1000 Sunset Boulevard in Rocklin, including space planning and programming for various Health and Human Services functions as required and in the event that leases are not executed by the County, authorized payment to SCC for the space planning and programming services in an amount not-to-exceed $20,000.
f. Hidden Falls Regional Park - Resolution 2008-364 adopted authorizing the Director of Facility Services to execute Amendment 1 to the Agreement with EDAW, Inc., for the Hidden Falls Regional Park (HFRP) after review and approval of Risk Management and County Counsel. This Amendment will increase the not-to-exceed amount by $120,150 for a total not-to-exceed amount of $470,150 for enhanced resource studies throughout the HFRP site and proposed access routes to support the breadth of development identified in the refined project description; and additional environmental studies to support the possible trail connectivity to adjacent parcels.
21. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES/ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE – The Board took the following action as recommended by the Placer County Community Services Commission, Health and Human Services:
a. Approved amendment of five previously approved Community Services Block Grant contracts, extending the term for one additional year through December 31, 2009.
b. Increased the total funding for these contracts by $180,497 for a revised two-year total of $343,499, and
c. Authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the resulting amendments and future amendments to these contracts.
There are no County General Funds in this action and these costs are reflected in the Department’s 2008/09 Final Budget.
22. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES/COMMUNITY HEALTH & CLINICS - Approved a contract with Sutter Medical Foundation for Professional Medical Coverage Hospitalist Services for Community Clinic patients admitted to Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital and Sutter Roseville Medical Center for the period from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2010 in the amount of $100,000, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the contract and subsequent amendments. These costs are reflected in the Department’s 2008/09 Final Budget, with offsetting revenue from Medi-Cal and Medicare, private pay, and the Medical Care Services Program (MCSP), supported by $25,295 in County General Funds.
23. PROCUREMENT SERVICES - In accordance with County Policy, non-contested competitively awarded bids under $250,000 are placed on the Consent Agenda. Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the following:
a. Consulting Services/Qualified Lists, Facility Services - Approved the extension of Qualified Lists for Consulting Services for Sanity Sewer Projects through December 12, 2010, as the Result of Competitive Request for Qualifications #9485.
b. Sole Source Blanket Purchase Order/Bio-Zyme Lift Station Maintenance to Degrease and Deodorize Wastewater Lift Stations, Facility Services - Renewed a Sole Source Blanket Purchase Order with Brulin & Company, in the maximum amount of $85,800.
c. Competitive Bid #9856/Annual Vehicle Purchases, Items 4, 10, and 12, Public Works/Fleet Services - Awarded to Hansel Ford Lincoln/Mercury and Longo Toyota, in the total aggregate amount of $194,425.96.
d. Renew Blanket Purchase Order 15273/Passenger Car, Truck and Heavy Equipment Tires/Public Works/Fleet Services – Renewed Blanket Purchase Order awarded from a Competitively Bid Public Agency Cooperative Contract, with Auburn Tire Service, for in the maximum amount of $205,000.
24. PUBLIC WORKS:
a. Tahoe City Transit Center – Resolution 2008-365 adopted endorsing the application for the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program (EEMP) under Section 164.56 of the Streets and Highways Code for the Tahoe City Transit Center project. If successful, the program would provide up to $350,000 in eligible costs associated with construction of the project.
b. Blanket Purchase Order #15833/Traffic Signal Maintenance & Repair – Approved Change Order #2 to Blanket Purchase Order #15833 with Ferguson Family Enterprises, Inc., doing business as Gray Electric Co., Inc., increasing the maximum amount by $40,000 for a revised maximum amount of $106,000, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting change order.
c. Kings Beach Water Quality and Stream Environment Zone Improvement Project (State Clearinghouse #2008082034) – Adopted Resolution 2008-366 adopting a Mitigated Negative Declaration with the required findings for the project.
d. Portable Radar Speed Trailers – Approved a revision to the Road Maintenance Division’s list of Fixed Assets for the 08/09 budget by adding two portable radar speed trailers acquired from the Auburn-Folsom Road Widening Project to be used for traffic control in the Road Maintenance Division.
25. REDEVELOPMENT/CEO - Resolution 2008-367 adopted making Findings to authorize the utilization of tax increment proceeds to finance a public improvement (California Health and Safety Code Section 33445) for the Tahoe City Transit Center Project.
26. REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY - Resolution 2008-368 adopted approving the 2008 Annual Report of the Redevelopment Agency.
27. REVENUE SHARING – In approving the following appropriations, the Placer County Board of Supervisors makes the finding that each and every approved contribution serves a public purpose by promoting the general welfare of the County and its inhabitants; therefore, the County benefits.
a. Approved appropriation of $350 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Lighthouse Counseling and Family Resource Center Holiday Honorarium Gift Program, as requested by Supervisor Rockholm ($150) and Supervisor Weygandt ($200).
b. Approved appropriation of $200 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Lincoln Rotary Club 9th Annual Pasta Feed Fundraiser, as requested by Supervisor Weygandt.
c. Approved appropriation of $150 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Woodcreek High School Safe and Sober Grad Night “Cruz’n into the Future”, as requested by Supervisor Rockholm.
d. Approved appropriation of $350 in Revenue Sharing monies to the Sportsmen’s Legacy Foundation 2008 Scholarship Breakfast, as requested by Supervisor Rockholm ($100) and Supervisor Weygandt ($250).
***End of Consent Agenda***
The following item was moved from the Consent Agenda for discussion:
18. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY:
c. Winchester Phase IV Tract #943/Project 7605 – Conditionally approved accepting the improvements as complete and authorized the Director of Engineering and Surveying to complete the acceptance upon the release of the necessary funds and payment to PG&E to assure electrical service to this phase, authorized the Faithful Performance and Labor and Materials sureties to be set at, Faithful Performance 25% immediately upon approval, Labor and Material 50% or the total of all claims per G.C.66499.7, whichever is higher, for six months or longer if claims exist, and resolution 2008-359 adopted accepting The Point and Holly Oak Lane into the County Maintained Mileage System. MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous
ITEMS FOR INFORMATION:
28. Colfax Elementary School District Governing Board – Resolution #3 08/09 increasing facilities fees levied pursuant to Government Code Sections 17620 and 65995.
ADJOURNMENT – Next regular meeting is scheduled for January 13, 2009.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ 2009 MEETING SCHEDULE:
January 13, 2009
January 27, 2009
February 10, 2009
February 24, 2009