COUNTY OF PLACER

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2013

SUMMARY ACTION

9:00 a.m.

 

 

Jack Duran, District 1, Vice Chairman                                                                  David Boesch, County Executive

Robert Weygandt, District 2                                             Holly Heinzen, Chief Assistant County Executive Officer

Jim Holmes, District 3, Chairman                                                                      Gerald O. Carden, County Counsel

Kirk Uhler, District 4                                                                                                 Ann Holman, Clerk of the Board

Jennifer Montgomery, District 5

 

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

 

 

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9:00 a.m.

 

FLAG SALUTE – Led by Chairwoman Montgomery.

 

CEREMONIAL ADMINISTRATION OF THE OATH OF OFFICE OF INCOMING SUPERVISORS

Officiated by the Honorable Alan Pineschi, Presiding Judge, Placer County Superior Court.

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS/REORGANIZATION OF THE BOARD:

a.    Approved Jim Holmes, as Chairman for 2013.

       MOTION Duran/Weygandt/Unanimous

 

b.    Approved Jack Duran, as Vice-Chairman for 2013.

       MOTION Holmes/Uhler/Unanimous

 

STATEMENT OF MEETING PROCEDURES - Read by Clerk.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT – 1) Stan Nader, member of Save Auburn Ravine Salmon & Steelhead, thanked the Board for support of the Hemp Hill Fish Passage project.  Jeanne Fritts, Newcastle resident, spoke about damage to Irish Lane in Newcastle.  Chairman Holmes said he would meet with her to look at the road.  3) Lydia Sirean, Anthem Blue Cross, spoke about transition from fee for service Medi-Cal moving over into the Managed Care Plan and advised she would be requesting support from the Board.

 

SUPERVISOR’S COMMITTEE REPORTS – Chairman Holmes wished his oldest granddaughter a happy 12th birthday.

 

TIMED ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED AT THE TIME SHOWN

 9:30 a.m.

 1.   PERSONNEL

a.    Service Awards

1.    61 employees were presented with their 2012 Annual County Service Awards.  Collectively, they represent 1,370 years of service to the County.

 

10:00 a.m.

 2.   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/PLANNING

a.    Headquarter RV Park (PCPA 20110352) – Third Party Appeal of the Planning Commission’s Approval of a Conditional Use Permit, and Recommendation for Approval of Rezone and General Plan Amendment

1.    Conducted and Closed the Public Hearing to consider a third-party appeal filed by Evin and Dawn McKinney, Ron and Deirdre Conroy, and Don and Diane Tomlinson.

2.    Denied the third-party appeal filed by Evin and Dawn McKinney, Ron and Deirdre Conroy, and Don and Diane Tomlinson.

3.    Adopted the Mitigated Negative Declaration, including the Mitigation Monitoring Program, for the Headquarter RV Park Project

4.    Upheld the Planning Commission’s decision to approve a Conditional Use Permit to allow for the construction of a 51-unit recreational vehicle park.

5.    Resolution 2013-8 adopted amending the Auburn/Bowman Community Plan to reconfigure the existing Commercial and Open Space land use designations as set forth in Attachment I.

6.    Ordinance 5697-B adopted approving a Rezone to reconfigure the C1-UP-Dc (Neighborhood Commercial, combining Use Permit required, combining Design Scenic Corridor) and O (Open Space) zoning and to change the C1-UP-Dc zoning to C2-UP-Dc (General Commercial, combining Use Permit required, combining Design Scenic Corridor) as set forth in Attachment G.

There is no net County cost associated with these actions.

 

MOTION Montgomery/Weygandt  VOTE 1:4 (Duran, Weygandt, Uhler, Holmes No) – to deny the third-party appeal, adopt the Mitigated Negative Declaration, uphold the Planning Commission’s decision with changes to conditions to require full screening of the property along Musso Road and northern end of proposed area, landscape to be maintained and replaced for a period of ten years, all exterior lighting be dark skies compliant; installation of signage on and off site at exit and install bear trash containers; and adopt the Resolution and Ordinance.  MOTION FAILED

 

MOTION Uhler/Duran  VOTE 4:1 (Montgomery No) – to deny the third-party appeal, adopt the Mitigated Negative Declaration including the Mitigation Monitoring Program based on findings; adopt the resolution amending the Auburn Bowman Community Plan to reconfigure the existing commercial and open space land use based on findings, adopt the ordinance approving the Rezone based on findings, and reaffirm the Planning Commission’s approval of the Conditional Use Permit to allow for construction of a 51 unit recreational vehicle park subject to Conditions based on the findings.

 

10:30 a.m.

 3.   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/PLANNING

a.    Greyhawk II (PSUB 20110048) - Rezone

1.    Adopted the Mitigated Negative Declaration, including the Mitigation Monitoring Program, for the Greyhawk II Project: and

2.    Adopted Ordinance 5698-B to Rezone Assessor’s Parcel Number 048-151-083-000 from RS-B-40 PD=2 (Residential Single-Family, combining a minimum Building Site of 40,000 sq. ft., combining Planned Residential Development of 2 dwelling units per acre) to RS-B-X-18,000 PD=2.8 (Residential Single-Family, combining a minimum Building Site of 18,000 sq. ft., combining Planned Residential Development of 2.8 dwelling units per acre).

There is no net County cost associated with these actions.

MOTION Uhler/Montgomery/Unanimous

 

10:45 a.m.

 4.   COUNTY EXECUTIVE/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

a.    Economy Regional Prosperity Plan

1.    Resolution 2013-9 adopted endorsing the Next Economy Regional Prosperity Plan, which includes strategies aimed at accelerating job creation and economic health across Placer, El Dorado, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba Counties.

MOTION Montgomery/Weygandt/Unanimous

 

11:00 a.m.

 5.   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/PLANNING

a.    Chinook Salmon in the Auburn Ravine Watershed

1.    Received an update on the status of Chinook Salmon and Steelhead in Auburn Ravine.  No Board action is requested.

 

11:15 a.m.

 6.   COUNTY EXECUTIVE

a.    West Placer Land Development Policies

1.    Received information on land use and development policies affecting the West Placer Planning Area; no action is requested.

 

11:30 a.m.

 7.   BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

a.    2013 Boards and Commissions

1.    Discussed the 2013 Boards & Commissions assignments to be confirmed at the January 22, 2013 meeting as follows:

Air Pollution Control District Board (Weygandt, Holmes, Montgomery, Uhler Alternate); American River Authority (Montgomery, Weygandt Alternate); Area 4 Agency on Aging Advisory/Governing/JPA Boards (Holmes Alternate, Alice Gonzales Primary Member); Auburn City Council/Placer County Liaison Committee (Montgomery); Auburn Dam Council (Holmes, Montgomery Alternate); City County Committee for Regional Development Issues (Duran, Uhler, Weygandt Alternate); Community Services Commission (Holmes) County Audit Committee (Holmes, Duran); Criminal Justice Policy Committee (Duran); CSAC/Board of Directors (Holmes, Duran Alternate); Economic Development Board (Weygandt, Montgomery); First Five Children & Families Commission (Holmes); First Time Homebuyer Mortgage Revenue Bond Program (Holmes, Alternate any other Supervisor); Flood Control & Water Conservation District Board of Directors (Weygandt, Duran); Golden Sierra Job Training Agency Governing Board (Uhler, Holmes Alternate); Greenprint Steering Committee (Duran); Highway 65 Joint Powers Authority (Weygandt, Duran Alternate); Investment Oversight Committee (Weygandt); Local Agency Formation Commission (Weygandt, Holmes, Duran Alternate); Mental Health Alcohol & Drug Advisory Board (Holmes); Middle Fork Project Finance Authority (Holmes, Weygandt, Montgomery Alternate) Mountain Counties Air Basin (Holmes, Weygandt Alternate); Mountain Counties Water Resources Council (Montgomery, Holmes or CEO designee Alternate); National Association of Counties (Duran, Montgomery Alternate); National Association of Counties Western Interstate Region (Duran, Montgomery Alternate); Older Adult Advisory Commission (Holmes); Placer County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee (Weygandt, Holmes); Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (Holmes, Uhler, Duran Alternate); Placer County Transportation Planning Agency Countywide Steering Committee (Weygandt); Placer County Water Resource Council (Inactive) (Weygandt, Duran Alternate); Placer/Nevada Wastewater Authority JPA (Weygandt, Holmes Alternate); Placer Parkway Policy Advisory Committee (Weygandt, Duran); Regional Council of Rural Counties (Holmes, Montgomery Alternate); Remote Access Network (RAN) Advisory Board (Holmes); Roseville Ignite Advisory Board (Uhler); Sacramento Area Commerce & Trade Organization (Uhler, Duran Alternate); Sacramento Area Council of Governments (Duran, Holmes Alternate); Sacramento Area Council of Governments Advisory Committee Rancho Cordova-South Placer Connector (Duran); Sacramento Area Council of Governments Capital Valley Regional Service Authority (Duran, Holmes Alternate); Sacramento Valley Air Basin Control Council (Montgomery, Weygandt Alternate); Sierra Sacramento Valley Emergency Medical Services Agency (Holmes, Duran Alternate); Solid Waste Independent Hearing Panel (Montgomery); Solid Waste Local Task Force (CEO); South Placer Regional Transportation Authority JPA (Uhler, Duran Alternate); Sub-Committee Policy Advisory Committee (Uhler, Duran); South Placer Regional Wastewater Authority (Duran, Weygandt); Tahoe Air Basin (Montgomery); Tahoe Conservancy (Larry Sevison, Montgomery Alternate); Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (Larry Sevison, Montgomery Alternate); Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Advisory Planning Commission (Jennifer Merchant); Tahoe Transportation District (Montgomery or CEO Designee); Tribal County Advisory Committee (Weygandt, Montgomery); Truckee Tahoe Airport Land Use Commission (Montgomery); Veterans Memorial Hall Boards: Roseville (Duran); Lincoln (Weygandt); Loomis (Holmes) Auburn/Foresthill/Colfax (Montgomery); Water Resources & Energy Committee (Holmes, Weygandt); Western Placer Waste Management Authority (Weygandt, Duran).

 

DEPARTMENT ITEMS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ACTION AS TIME ALLOWS

DEPARTMENT ITEMS

 8.   COUNTY EXECUTIVE/EMERGENCY SERVICES

a.    2012 Homeland Security Grant awarded to Placer County

1.    Approved a Budget Revision in Emergency Services increasing revenues and expenditures in the amount of $317,777 for the 2012 Homeland Security Grant that was awarded October 12, 2012 to be used towards planning activities, training, grant management, and equipment.  There is no net County cost related to this action.

MOTION Montgomery/Duran/Unanimous

 

 9.   FACILITY SERVICES

a.    Placer County Children’s Emergency Shelter Phase II Recreation and Security Upgrades, Project #4677

1.    Approved Plans and Specifications and authorized staff to solicit bids for the Placer County Children’s Emergency Shelter (CES) Phase II – Recreation and Security Upgrades, Project No. 4677, located at the Placer County Government Center, in North Auburn.  The revised estimate of probable construction cost is $484,000, including a previously budgeted HRSA grant, in the amount of $462,000 with a budgeted net County cost of $22,000 constituting the balance.

2.    Resolution 2013-6 adopted authorizing the Director of Facility Services, or his designee, to Award the Bid and execute a contract in an amount not-to-exceed $484,000, with the successful bidder, upon the review and approval by County Counsel and Risk Management; and delegating authority to approve any necessary change orders consistent with the County Purchasing Manual and Section 20142 of the Public Contract Code.

MOTION Duran/Uhler/Unanimous

 

10.  HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

a.    Environmental Health, Public Health, Animal Services, California Department of Public Health Emergency Preparedness Comprehensive Agreement

1.    Approved the agreement with the California Department of Public Health for the Public Health Preparedness Comprehensive Agreement for the period from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013 in an amount not to exceed $963,002 (No net County cost), and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign subsequent amendments;

2.    Sign the required Certification Regarding Lobbying and the Non-Supplantation Certification Forms;

3.    Authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign subsequent contract amendments to the Comprehensive Agreement and periodic certifications of the County’s compliance with the non-supplantation requirements; and

4.    Approved a maximum payment authorization (“umbrella contract”) with six Hospital Preparedness Program Partners for public health emergency preparedness, response and recovery services in an amount not to exceed $120,000 from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013 and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the resulting contracts, add any new, qualified providers, and enter into contract amendments consistent with the current subject matter and scope of work.  (No net County cost.)

MOTION Uhler/Weygandt/Unanimous

 

b.    Human Services, Budget Revision, Increased Revenue in HHS Human Services

1.    Approved a Budget Revision for the remainder of FY 2012-13 to increase revenues and appropriations for the Medi-Cal program in the amount of $396,000 and for the CalFresh program in the amount of $1,238,046.  No County General Fund match is required to receive and utilize these Medi-Cal and CalFresh funds.

MOTION Weygandt/Duran/Unanimous

 

11.  PUBLIC WORKS

a.    Kings Beach Benefit Assessment District No. 1, County Ballots

1.    Resolution 2013-7 adopted delegating authority to the County Executive Officer to affirmatively vote eight Placer County owned parcels supporting the Kings Beach Benefit Assessment District No. 1.  The annual Net County cost, should the assessments be levied, is $3,350.81 per year which is estimated to begin in FY 2014-15.

MOTION Montgomery/Weygandt/Unanimous

 

b.    Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project Cooperative Agreement

1.    Resolution 2013-10 adopted approving a Cooperative Agreement between the North Tahoe Public Utility District (NTPUD) and the Department of Public Works to perform utility relocations (water and sewer), at NTPUD’s cost within the Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project, at an estimated cost of $751,000.  There is no net County cost.

2.    Authorized the Director of Public Works, or his designee, to execute, with County Counsel's and Risk Management's review and approval, the Cooperative Agreement and all related documents.

MOTION Montgomery/Duran/Unanimous

 

c.    Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project Property Acquisition

1.    Resolution 2013-11 adopted agreeing to hear Resolutions of Necessity in conjunction with the Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project.  There is no net County cost.

MOTION Montgomery/Duran/Unanimous

 

12.  COUNTY COUNSEL/CLOSED SESSION REPORT:

(A)    §54956.9 – CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL

1.    Existing Litigation:

(a)   George Fetter v. Placer County Sheriff, et al., U.S.D.C. Eastern District Case No.: 2:12-cv-02235-GEB-EFB – The Board authorized the defense in the indemnity of the Sheriff and the County in the case of George Fetter v. Placer County Sheriff.

      

(B)  §54957.6 - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS – The Board had a conference with its Labor Negotiator and gave direction to its Labor Negotiator Team.

(a)   Agency designated representatives: David Boesch, Nancy Nittler, Therese Leonard, Gerald O. Carden

       Employee organization: DSA

 

CONSENT AGENDA – Consent Agenda approved with action as indicated.

MOTION Uhler/Duran/Unanimous

 

13.  ORDINANCE – Second Reading:

a.    Community Development Resource Agency/Planning/Development Impact Fee Deferral Program, Second Two-Year Extension

1.    Ordinance 5696-B adopted amending Article 15.70 of the County Code, to approve a two year extension of the County’s Development Impact Fee Deferral Program, which was originally adopted by the Board on December 9, 2008, and approved for a two-year extension of time on December 14, 2010.  The program will result in incremental/nominal budgeted net costs to the County.

 

14.  AGRICULTURE

a.    Fixed Asset

1.    Approved a Budget Revision transferring $2,000 from Special Department Expense to Equipment, with no resulting net County cost, to purchase a 3’x3’ floor scale and an 18”x18” bench scale as part of water meter test bench fixed asset #31035001.

 

15.  BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

a.    North Auburn Municipal Advisory Council

1.    Resolution 2013-1 adopted replacing Resolution 2005-24 to amend the composition designations on the North Auburn Municipal Advisory Council.

 

b.    Minutes

1.    Approved minutes of December 11, 2012 and December 18, 2012.

 

c.    Kaiser Permanente Medi-Cal Managed Care

1.    Authorized the Chair to sign a letter of support for Kaiser Permanente to expand its Medi-Cal managed care participation into Placer County.

 

16.  CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNTY – Rejected the following claims, as recommended by the offices of County Counsel and Risk Management:

a.    12-062, Olson, Karen, $8,491.45, (Property Damage)

b.    12-102, Vigo, Michael & Mary, Unstated, (Cross Complaint for Indemnity)

c.    12-103, Garcia, Angela, Unstated, (Bodily Injury)

d.    12-104, Grubbs, Gary, Unstated, (Bodily Injury/Personal Injury)

e.    12-107, Progressive Insurance for Graap, Breanne, $2,644.67, (Property Damage)

 

17.  COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

a.    Auburn Cemetery District – Approved the reappointment of Terry Cooney to Seat #3, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.

 

b.    Civil Service Commission - Approved the reappointment of John Costa to Seat #5, as requested by Supervisor Uhler.

 

c.    Developmental Disabilities – Area Board 3 - Approved the appointment of Dan Clift as a representative from Placer County.

 

d.    First 5 Placer Children and Families Commission – First 5 Placer Children and Families Commission – Approved the reappointment of Linda Lareau to Seat 6 (representing Early Child Development/Tahoe Representative).

 

e.    Greater Auburn Area Fire Safe Council – Approved the reappointments of Katharine Remaley to Seat #3 (representing District 3) as requested by Supervisor Holmes, and Frances Kehoe to Seat #4 (representing District 5) as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.

 

f.     Placer County Child Care Local Planning Council – Approved the appointment of Mai-Ling Schummers to Seat # 2 (representing Consumer), and Juan “Carlos” Urbieta to Seat #8 (representing Community).

 

g.    Placer Sierra Fire Safe Council – Approved the reappointment of Karina Silvas to Seat #4 (representing Placer Hills Fire Protection Dist.) and William Hart to Seat #6 (representing Secret Town/Emigrant Gap) as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.

 

h.    Planning Commission – Approved the re-appointment of Richard Johnson to Seat #3 (Representing District 3), Jeffrey Moss to Seat #4 (Representing District 4), and Miner Gray III to Seat #5 (Representing District 5).

 

i.     Tahoe City Design Review Committee - Approved the re-appointment of Gary McKelvey to Seat #4, and the appointment of Todd Mather to Seat #5, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.

 

18.  COUNTY COUNSEL

a.    Law Library Board of Trustees

1.    Approved appointment of Gerald O. Carden, County Counsel, or a designated representative of County Counsel’s office, and Toby Michael Magarian, Placer County Bar Association President to the Law Library Board of Trustees.

 

19.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE:

a.    Merit Increases

1.    Approved the 5% merit increase for Musau WaKabongo, HHS Public Health Lab Director from Grade 445 Step 2 @ $44.49 to Grade 445 Step 3 at $46.69 per hour, effective December 15, 2012 and Lien T. Yoshida Managing Account Auditor from Grade 452 Step 2 @ $47.69 to Grade 452 Step 3 at $50.07 per hour, effective December 15, 2012, pursuant to the Placer County Code, Chapter 3 process for step or merit increases.

 

20.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

a.    Sierra Economic Development Corporation

1.    Resolution 2013-2 adopted to rejoin the Sierra Economic Development Corporation (SEDCorp) effective January 8, 2013 for the purposes for furthering business development opportunities for Placer County, at a membership cost of $6,500.

 

21.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE/RISK MANAGEMENT

a.    Auburn Justice Center

1.       Ratified a contract with BELFOR Property Restoration for $105,000 for emergency services to mitigate the damages caused by leaks at the Auburn Justice Center due to the December 1-2 weekend storms.

 

22.  FACILITY SERVICES

a.    Renewal Existing Blanket Purchase Order #19669 With Sierra Single Ply, Inc.

1.    Renewed Blanket Purchase Order (BPO) No. 19669 with Sierra Single Ply, Inc. for roofing services throughout the County to increase the maximum amount by $150,000 for a revised amount of $300,000 and extend the BPO for an additional year through March 31, 2014.  Authorize the Purchasing Manager to execute and procurements for this action, resulting in no additional net county cost.

 

b.    Hazardous Materials Abatement and Demolition of Buildings 09, 10, 203A, 204, 205 & 206 at the Placer County Government Center, Project #4812

1.    Approved a sole source Agreement with Entek Consulting Group, Inc. (Entek), to provide testing for asbestos and lead, prepare specifications and provide project management services for the Hazardous Materials Abatement and Demolition of Buildings 09, 10, 203A, 204, 205 & 206 located at the Placer County Dewitt Government Center (PCGC) and authorized the Chairman to execute the Agreement in an amount not-to-exceed $94,500, funded by the Capital Projects Fund project account at an estimated budgeted net County cost of $94,500.

 

23.  HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

a.   Children’s System of Care, Contract Amendment

1.       Approved amendment #CN005002-A with Lynn R. DeLapp to increase funding for consultation and training on the Child Welfare Services system improvement implementation by $27,000 from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2014 for a revised total of $54,000, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the amendment and subsequent amendments up to a cumulative total of 10 percent of the revised contract amount, consistent with the agreement’s subject matter and Scope of Work.

 

24.  PROCUREMENT SERVICES - In accordance with County Policy, non-contested competitively awarded bids under $250,000 are placed on the Consent Agenda.  Authorize the Purchasing Manager to sign the following:

a.    Renew Blanket Purchase Order/Administrative Services

1.    Approved the annual renewal of a Blanket Purchase Order (BPO) with Randstad Technologies LP of Wakefield, MA for information technology services for Administrative Services in the maximum amount of $199,000, funded by Administrative Services’ FY2012-13 budget with a net County cost of $199,000, for the period of January 8, 2013 through December 31, 2013, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting BPO.

 

b.    Renew Blanket Purchase Order/Various Departments

1.    Approved the annual renewal of a competitively bid Blanket Purchase Order (BPO) with Hill Brothers Chemical Company of Orange, CA for magnesium hydroxide for Facility Services in maximum amount of $175,000, funded by various sewer maintenance districts & county services areas with no net County cost, for the period of January 8, 2013 to December 31, 2013, and authorize the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting BPO.

 

c.    Renew Blanket Purchaser Order/Facility Services

1.    Approved the annual renewal of a Blanket Purchase Order (BPO) with Excelchem Environmental Labs of Rocklin, CA for environmental laboratory services for Facility Services in maximum amount of $150,000, funded by various sewer maintenance districts & county services areas with no net County cost, for the period of January 8, 2013 to December 31, 2013, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting BPO.

 

d.    Renew Blanket Purchase Order/Facility Services

1.    Approved the annual renewal of a Blanket Purchase Order with Anderson Carpet and Linoleum Sales Co., Inc. of Sacramento, CA, for floor covering installation services in the maximum amount of $125,000, funded by a budgeted net County cost in the FY 2012-13 Building Maintenance budget, for the period of January 8, 2013 to December 31, 2013, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting BPO.

 

e.    Renew Blanket Purchase Order/Sheriff

1.    Approved the annual renewal of a Blanket Purchase Order (BPO) with National Medical Services Inc. of Willow Grove, PA for forensic toxicology laboratory services, with a Sheriff’s Office budgeted net county cost of $88,000, for the period of January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting BPO.

 

f.     Renew Blanket Purchase Orders/Facility Services/Public Works/Placer Fire

1.    Approved the annual renewal of competitively awarded blanket purchase orders with Alta Saw of Auburn, Sierra Saw of Auburn, and M&C Bliss Enterprises Inc. of Sacramento for Mower and Saw Parts and Services in the maximum aggregate amount of $53,500, funded by the budgets of Facility Services ($32,000), Public Works ($11,500) and CEO/ Emergency Services ($10,000) each with no new or additional net county cost, for a period of January 8, 2013 through December 31,2013 and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting blanket purchase order.

 

25.  PUBLIC WORKS

a.    Dollar Creek Shared-Use Trail Project Funding Application

1.    Resolution 2013-3 adopted to approve submittal of up to $3,500,000 for the 2013 Recreational Trails Program (RTP) to the California Department of Parks and Recreation for the Dollar Creek Shared-Use Trail Project.  There is no net County Cost.

2.    Authorized the Director of Public Works or his/her designee to execute, in the name of Placer County Department of Public Works, all grant documents, including but not limited to, applications, agreements, amendments and requests for payment, necessary to secure grant funds and implement the approved grant project.

 

b.    Tahoe City Transit Center, Notice of Completion

1.       Resolution 2013-4 adopted accepting the Tahoe City Transit Center as complete at a cost of $4,789,103.65.  There is no net County cost.

2.       Approved and authorized the Director of Public Works to execute the Notice of Completion.

 

c.    Terracina Subdivision, Loomis

1.    Resolution 2013-5 adopted to abandon an Irrevocable Offer of Dedication for the private roads in the Terracina subdivision in Loomis.  There is no net County cost.

 

d.    Truckee River Water Quality Monitoring Plan

1.    Approved a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Budget Revision to increase FY2012-2013 expense appropriation Object Level #3 (2555), Professional Services Purchased, by $12,000 and increase revenue budget Object Level #3 (8212), Other General Reimbursement, (County Service Area Funds) by $12,000, for continuing implementation of the Truckee River Water Quality Monitoring Plan, at no net County cost.

 

26.  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.    Salvation Army of Auburn

1.    Approved appropriation of $250 in Revenue Sharing monies to The Salvation Army of Auburn’s Community Thanksgiving Dinner to help provide meals to people in the community, as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($250).

 

b.    Advocates for Mentally Ill Housing, Inc.

1.    Approved appropriation of $750 in Revenue Sharing monies to Advocates for Mentally Ill Housing, Inc. to help provide permanent and transitional housing for adults with mental illness in Placer County, as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($250), and Supervisor Uhler ($500).

 

c.    Sierra College Foundation

1.    Approved appropriation of $1,000 in Revenue Sharing monies to Sierra College Foundation to help provide quality educational opportunities for Sierra College students, as requested by Supervisor Holmes ($500) and Supervisor Uhler ($500).

 

27.  SHERIFF

a.   Department of Homeland Security Grant

1.    Approved a Budget Revision to increase revenue and expenditures in the amount of $115,100, received from the FY 2012-13 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) grant for night vision equipment for the Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Team and costs associated with the Apollo data sharing project resulting in no net county cost.  Authorized the Purchasing Manager to execute all related documents.

 

b.   Equipment Purchases for Sheriff’s Office Vehicle Maintenance Unit

1.       Approved a Budget Revision to increase revenues and expenditures in the amount of $26,668 to purchase equipment for the Sheriff’s Office Vehicle Maintenance Unit.  This is unexpected revenues from the sales of surplus vehicles in FY 2012-13 resulting in no net county cost.  Authorized the Purchasing Manager to execute all related documents, and add the equipment to the Master Fixed Asset List.

***End of Consent Agenda***

 

ITEMS FOR INFORMATION:

28.  County Clerk/Elections - Special General Election for State Senate Dist. 4 to be held January 8, 2013.

29.  Personnel - Classified Service Merit Increases.

30.  Sheriff - Review the Inmate Welfare Fund (IWF) Annual Report, pursuant to Penal Code Section 4025.  Revenues received in support of the IWF account, plus interest earned for FY 2011-12 totaled $589,208.  Expenditures for the benefit and safety of inmates within the Sheriff’s Corrections Facility totaled $592,237.

 

ADJOURNMENT – Next regular meeting is Tuesday, January 22, 2013.