COUNTY OF PLACER

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

AGENDA

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

9:00 a.m.

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

 

Jack Duran, District 1                                                                                                                       David Boesch, County Executive Officer

Robert Weygandt, District 2, Chairman                                                                                                 Gerald O. Carden, County Counsel

Jim Holmes, District 3                                                                                                                                             Andy Heath, Assistant CEO

Kirk Uhler, District 4                                                                                                                                       Megan Wood, Clerk of the Board

Jennifer Montgomery, District 5, Vice Chair

 

 

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9:00 a.m.

 

FLAG SALUTE – Led by Chairman Weygandt

 

STATEMENT OF MEETING PROCEDURES - Read by Board Clerk.

 

CONSENT AGENDA - All items on the Consent Agenda have been recommended for approval by the County Executive Department.  All items will be approved by a single roll call vote.  Anyone may ask to address Consent items prior to the Board taking action, and the item may be moved for discussion.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT:  Persons may address the Board on items not on this agenda.  Please limit comments to 3 minutes per person since the time allocated for Public Comment is 15 minutes.  If all comments cannot be heard within the 15-minute time limit, the Public Comment period will be taken up at the end of the regular session.  The Board is not permitted to take any action on items addressed under Public Comment.

 

BOARD MEMBER REPORTS:  

 

TIMED ITEMS to be discussed at the time shown or shortly thereafter

 

 9:05 a.m.

 1.   BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

A.    Commendation

1.    Present a commendation recognizing Kara Sutter upon her retirement for her commitment to Placer County and her work with the Placer County Youth Commission.

 

 9:10 a.m.

 2.   PUBLIC WORKS AND FACILITIES

A.    Placer County Fairgrounds

1.    Receive an update and annual report on the Placer County Fairgrounds, including the Placer County Fair Association Operating Agreement and the Fairgrounds Revitalization Committee.

2.    Authorize the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to negotiate agreements with South Placer Tourism, Inc., to operate the Placer County Fairgrounds located at 800 All America City Boulevard in Roseville, including the annual County Fair beginning in 2018, interim event rentals, and the All American Speedway; and to perform feasibility analysis of a potential a new indoor sports and event center building at the Fairgrounds.

 

 9:40 a.m.

 3.   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Martis Valley West Parcel Specific Plan: Specific Plan, Development Standards, and Design Guidelines. Martis Valley Community Plan Amendments. Rezones. Large-Lot Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map. Development Agreement (PGPA 20130080/PLN15-00465). Final Environmental Impact Report (State Clearinghouse #2014032087) **Continued from September 13, 2016 Board of Supervisors Meeting. The Board closed the public hearing to further public testimony on September 13, 2016.**

1.    Conduct a Public Hearing to consider final action on the Board of Supervisor’s September 13, 2016 tentative approval of the Martis Valley West Parcel Specific Plan project, as follows:

a.    Adoption of a Resolution to certify the Martis Valley West Parcel Specific Plan Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH# 2014032087) and Errata prepared pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act, adopt Findings and Fact and Statement of Overriding Considerations and adopt the Mitigation Monitoring Reporting Program;

b.    Adoption of a Resolution to approve the Martis Valley West Parcel Specific Plan.

c.    Adoption of an Ordinance to approve the Martis Valley West Parcel Specific Plan Development Standards.

d.    Adoption of a Resolution to approve the Martis Valley West Parcel Specific Plan Design Guidelines.

e.    Adoption of a Resolution to approve the amendment to the Martis Valley Community Plan Land Use Diagram to incorporate Martis Valley West Parcel Specific Plan land use designation.

f.     Adoption of a Resolution to amend the Martis Valley Community Plan to add Goal 6.J. and associated policies 6.J.1 and 6.J.2 related to emergency preparedness.

g.    Adoption of an Ordinance to approve the tentative immediate rezone of 662 ± acres of the “West Parcel” from TPZ to SPL-MVWPSP.

h.    Adoption of an Ordinance to approve the rezone of all remaining acreage in the “West Parcel” from OS to SPL-MVWPSP and rezone of 670± acres of the “East Parcel” from RS and C-1 to TPZ.

i.      Adoption of an Ordinance to approve the Development Agreement relative to the Martis Valley West Parcel Specific Plan.

j.      Approval of the Large-Lot Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map.

 

Exhibit 1             Exhibit 2                      Exhibit 3                      Exhibit 4                      Exhibit 5                 Exhibit 6                      Exhibit 7                      Exhibit 8                      Exhibit 9

 

10:30 a.m.

 4.   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    The Park at Granite Bay

1.    Conduct a Public Hearing to consider a recommendation from the Placer County Planning Commission to approve the Park at Granite Bay project including the following actions:

a.    Certification of The Park at Granite Bay Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH# 2015022026), prepared pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act, adoption of Findings of Fact and adoption of the Mitigation Monitoring Reporting Program;

b.    Adoption of a Resolution to amend the Granite Bay Community Plan to change the project site’s land use from Rural Low Density Residential 0.9-2.3 acres per unit (RLDR) to Medium Density Residential 2-4 dwelling units per acre (MDR);

c.    Adoption of an Ordinance to approve a Rezone of the project site from RS-AG-B-40 (Residential-Single-Family, combining Agriculture, combining a minimum Building Site of 40,000 square feet) to RS-B-X 7,000 (Residential Single-Family, combining a minimum Building Site of 7,000 square feet;

d.    Approval of a variance to allow for an increase in the maximum lot coverage (the area covered by buildings and other structures) currently allowed per single story residence within the residential single-family zone district from 40 percent to approximately 50 percent on only those lots that are 8,000 square feet or less within the project site; and

e.    Approval of the Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map.

 

Attachment A                   Attachments B and C             Attachment D              Attachment E              Attachment F                   Attachment G             Attachment H              Attachment I

 

DEPARTMENT ITEMS to be considered for action as time allows

 

 5.   HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

A.    Placer County Mental Health Services Act | Annual Update and Expenditure Plan

1.    Adopt the FY 2016-17 Placer County Mental Health Services Act Plan Annual Update and Expenditure Plan in the amount $13,368,500. No County General Funds are required.

 

 6.   HUMAN RESOURCES

A.    Position and Compensation Ordinance | Schedule of Classification and Compensation Ordinance and Allocation of Positions to Department Ordinance

1.    Introduce an Ordinance amending the un-codified Schedule of Classifications and Compensation Ordinance and the un-codified Allocation of Positions to Departments Ordinance regarding the creation of the Civil Legal Secretary classification series, abolishing the Secretary to County Counsel classification, abolishing the Chief Assistant County Executive Officer classification, and approving a salary adjustment to the Assistant County Executive Officer classification from salary Grade MNGT 486 ($67.90 to $82.57/ hourly) to ADHD 677 ($77.28 to $93.91/ hourly). Oral reading waived.

2.    Approve a Budget Revision in the amount of $19,111 within the appropriate accounts of the County Counsel’s Office FY 2016-17 Final Budget.

 

 7.   PUBLIC WORKS AND FACILITIES

A.    County Wide Construction Projects | Change Order with John F. Otto, Inc.

1.    Approve a Change Order to increase the Job Order Contracting services with John F. Otto, Inc. dba Otto Construction by $300,000, to complete various countywide contracting projects, for a total contract cost not-to-exceed $1,300,000.

 

B.    Justice Center Secure Parking | Award Job Order

1.    Award Job Order contract with John F. Otto, Inc., dba Otto Construction for the Secure Parking at Building B, located at 10810 Justice Center Drive, Roseville, CA, in the amount of $311,740.41.

2.    Authorize the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to execute said Job Order and approve any supplemental Job Orders consistent with the County Purchasing Manual and Section 20142 of the Public Contract Code.

 

C.    County Wide Construction Projects | Staples Construction Company, Inc. and Pride Industries One, Inc.

1.    Approve award of bid to Staples Construction Company, Inc. and Pride Industries One, Inc., the two lowest responsible and responsive bidders, for Job Order Contracting in an amount not-to-exceed $1,000,000 per contract, for a 12 month period from the date of the first Notice to Proceed issued under each contract.

 

D.    Dial A Ride | Agreement Amendment with MV Transportation

1.    Authorize the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to execute Amendment No. 2 to Contract No. 1159 with MV Transportation to provide operations for Placer County Dial A Ride, in the amount not to exceed $1,040,046 for the period of November 01, 2016, to October 31, 2017.

 

 8.   SHERIFF

A.    Mobile Command Vehicle Purchase

1.    Approve the award of a negotiated Purchase Order to LDV Inc. of Burlington, WI for the purchase of a Mobile Command Vehicle in the amount of $749,542.

2.    Authorize the Purchasing Manager to sign all required purchasing documents.

3.    Approve a Budget Revision to transfer $49,542 from the Criminal Justice CEO Appropriation to the Sheriff Protection and Prevention Appropriation (Equipment category).

4.    Increase the Sheriff’s Master Fixed Asset List in the amount of $49,542.

 

 9.   COUNTY COUNSEL/ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION: Pursuant to the cited authority (all references are to the Government Code), the Board of Supervisors will hold a closed session to discuss the following listed items.  A report of any action taken will be presented prior to adjournment.

(A)   §54956.9 – CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL

1.    Existing Litigation (Government Code §54956.9(d)(1)):

(a)   Morgan Marie Gomes v. Nick Boone, et al.

       U.S.D.C. Eastern District Case No. 2:15-cv-01546-TLN-EFB

(b)   Jack Hickey, WCAB Claim

WCAB Nos. ADJ 9070869 and ADJ 971367

(c)   Christopher Fischer, WCAB Claim

WCAB Nos. ADJ9590023 and ADJ10188801

 

CONSENT ITEMS

All items on the Consent Agenda have been recommended for approval by the County Executive Department. All items will be approved by a single roll call vote.  Anyone may ask to address Consent items prior to the Board taking action, and the item may be moved for discussion.

 

10.  ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES/PROCUREMENT - In accordance with County Policy, non-contested competitively awarded bids under $400,000 are placed on the Consent Agenda.

A.    Purchase of Steam Sterilizer | STERIS Corporation, of Mentor, OH

1.    Approve the award of a purchase order with STERIS Corporation of Mentor, OH for the purchase of one (1) AMSCO steam sterilizer in the not-to-exceed amount of $79,834. Funding is provided by Federal and State Bioterrorism funding and is included in the Health and Human Services’ FY 2016-17 Final Budget.

2.    Authorize the Purchasing Manager to sign all required documents.

 

B.    Purchase of Portable and Mobile Radios | Motorola Solutions, Inc., of Schaumburg, IL

1.    Approve the award of a purchase order with Motorola Solutions, Inc. of Schaumburg, IL for the purchase of 10 Motorola brand digital radios in the total aggregate amount of $60,268. Funding is provided by the Probation Department’s FY 2016-17 Final Budget.

2.    Authorize the Purchasing Manager to sign all required documents.

 

11.  BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

A.    Revised 2016 Placer County Board of Supervisors Meeting Schedule

1.    Approve cancelation of the Monday, October 24, 2016 Board of Supervisors’ meeting in Tahoe.

 

12.  CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNTY

A.    Reject the following claims, as recommended by the offices of County Counsel and Risk Management:

1.    16-073 Woodyard, Derek J. (Property Damage) $160

2.    16-095 Keller, Kristina (Personal Injury) $10,000,000

3.    16-098 Gaches, Todd (Personal Injury) $20,000,000

4.    16-099 Horsely, Phyllis (Personal Injury) Unstated

 

13.  COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

A.    Civil Service Commission

1.    Approve the reappointment of John Costa to Seat #5 on the Civil Service Commission for a two year term expiring August 2018, as requested by Supervisor Uhler.

 

14.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE

A.    Reaffirm a Local Emergency Proclamation in Placer County | Tree Mortality

1.    Adopt a Resolution reaffirming a local emergency in Placer County due to tree mortality.

 

B.    Hazardous Tree Removal Plan | Tree Mortality

1.    Adoption of a Resolution replacing and superseding Resolution 2016-185 to incorporate updates to the Placer County Tree Mortality – Hazard Tree Removal Plan.

 

C.    Capital Facilities and Mitigation Fee Expenditure Plan | Alpine Springs County Water District

1.    Adopt a Resolution approving the Alpine Springs County Water District Capital Facilities and Mitigation Fee Expenditure Plan that takes effect after December 12, 2016 and contains a 1.82% fee increase.

 

D.    Capital Facilities and Mitigation Fee Expenditure Plan Update | North Tahoe Fire Protection District

1.    Adopt a Resolution approving the North Tahoe Fire Protection District Capital Facilities and Mitigation Fee Expenditure Plan Annual Update that takes effect after December 12, 2016 and contains a 1.82% fee increase.

 

E.    Unclassified Employee Step Increases

1.    The County Executive Officer recommends that the Board approve a 5% merit increase for:

a.    Andy E. Heath, Assistant County Executive Officer from Grade 486, Step 4 at $78.63 per hour to Grade 486, Step 5 at $82.57 per hour, effective October 01, 2016.

b.    Gretchen D. Nedved, Principal Management Analyst from Grade 454, Step 2 at $51.87 per hour to Grade 454, Step 3 at $54.47 per hour, effective October 01, 2016.

c.    Bekki L. Riggan, Deputy County Executive Officer from Grade 474, Step 2 at $63.30 per hour to Grade 474, Step 3 at $66.47 per hour, effective September 17, 2016.

 

15.  DISTRICT ATTORNEY

A.    Alcohol & Drug Impaired Driver Prosecution | Grant Award Agreement

1.    Adopt a Resolution authorizing the District Attorney to sign the Grant Award Agreement for the Alcohol & Drug Impaired Driver Vertical Prosecution Grant in the amount of $334,938, from October 01, 2016 to September 30, 2017.

 

16.  HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

A.    The Gathering Inn | Shelter Bed Services Grant Agreement

1.    Approve a grant agreement to The Gathering Inn in the amount of $150,000 to support the ongoing provision of shelter bed services for the time period of July 01, 2016 through June 30, 2017 and authorize the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the agreement.

 

B.    Domestic Violence Awareness Month | Proclamation

1.    Approve a Proclamation declaring October 2016 as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month” and October 20th as “Go Purple, Wear Purple Day” in Placer County.

 

17.  HUMAN RESOURCES

A.    Placer County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association Memorandum of Understanding, Amendments to Chapter 3, and Compensation and Benefits Adjustments

1.    Adopt an Ordinance, introduced September 27, 2016, amending the Placer County Code, Chapter 3, at Sections 3.12.020, 3.04.290, 3.12.080, 3.12.090, 3.04.490, and 3.12.110 consistent with the new Memorandum of Understanding.

2.    Adopt an Ordinance, introduced September 27, 2016, adjusting compensation and benefits for employees represented by the Placer County Deputy Sheriff’s Association.

 

B.    Specific Provision for Holiday Pay | December 26, 2016, through January 02, 2017

1.    Adopt an Ordinance, introduced September 27, 2016, suspending the application of Placer County Code subsection 3.04.800.D to allow employees taking unpaid time off on the regularly scheduled workday that precedes the December 26, 2016, holiday and/or the January 02, 2017, holiday to receive holiday pay for these two holidays.

 

18.  PUBLIC WORKS AND FACILITIES

A.    Tree Removal for Utilities Relocation | Various Project Locations

1.    Adopt a Resolution approving the plans and specifications for tree removal ahead of approved bridge projects, for an estimated cost of $800,000, and authorizing the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to advertise for construction bids.

 

19.  REVENUE SHARINGIn 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.    Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce 23rd Annual Hot Chili & Cool Cars | Funding to Support Community Engagement Programs

1.    Approve appropriation of $500 in Revenue Sharing monies to Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce as requested by Supervisor Weygandt ($100) and Supervisor Holmes ($400).

 

B.    Placer SPCA Barktober Fest | Funding to Support Various Programs for Companion Animals

1.    Approve appropriation of $250 in Revenue Sharing monies to Placer SPCA as requested by Supervisor Weygandt.

 

C.    Stand Up Placer Stand Up and Run | Funding to Support Programs for Domestic Violence Survivors

1.    Approve appropriation of $200 in Revenue Sharing monies to Stand Up Placer as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

20.  SHERIFF

A.    Helicopter Maintenance | Authorization of Payment

1.    Approve a one-time payment in the amount of $169,843 to Advanced Helicopter Services of Woodland, CA for costs associated with required overhaul and refurbishment of helicopter parts.

 

21.  TREASURER-TAX COLLECTCOR

A.    Temporary Borrowing of Treasury Funds

1.    Approve the temporary borrowing of Treasury funds for FY 2016-17 by the Colfax Elementary School District ($600,000), Eureka Union School District ($2,000,000), Loomis Union School District ($3,500,000), Newcastle Elementary School District ($1,500,000), Placer Hills Union School District ($1,000,000), Placer Union High School District ($5,000,000), Sierra Joint Community College ($25,000,000) and Tahoe Truckee Unified School District ($7,000,000) as prescribed by the California State Constitution.

 

B.    Distribution of Excess Proceeds from 2014 Tax Defaulted Land Sale

1.    Adopt a resolution (a) authorizing the Tax Collector to distribute excess proceeds to claimants from the 2014 tax-defaulted land sales in the amount of $121,734.45, and the collection of $870.00 in County fees for administration of excess proceeds pursuant to California Revenue and Taxation Code Sections 4671 through 4676 and (b) reject one claim as invalid.

 

ITEMS FOR INFORMATION:

 

22.   HUMAN RESOURCES

A.    Classified Service Merit Increases

 

23.  TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR

A.    Treasurer’s Statement for the month of August 2016

 

 

ADJOURNMENT – To next regular meeting, on October 25, 2016 at the North Tahoe Event Center

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ UPCOMING MEETING SCHEDULE:

October 25, 2016 – Tahoe

November 08, 2016

November 22, 2016

December 06, 2016

 

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