COUNTY OF PLACER

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SUMMARY ACTION

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

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                                                                                                                      Gerald O. Carden, County Counsel

Jim Holmes, District 3, Vice Chair                                                                                                                             Teri Ivaldi, Chief of Staff

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

Jennifer Montgomery, District 5, Chair

 

 

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9:00 a.m.

 

FLAG SALUTE – Led by Supervisor Holmes

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA Item 16A was removed for discussion at the request of Laura Webster, Director of Office of Long Range Planning, City of Rocklin.  Consent Agenda approved as amended with actions as indicated.

MOTION Uhler/Holmes/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

CONSENT ITEM MOVED FOR DISCUSSION:

16.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE

A.    Placer Ranch Specific Plan Engineering Services Agreement | Mackay & Somps Civil Engineers

1.    Authorized the County Executive Officer to execute an Amendment to Professional Services Agreement No. 13574 in the amount of $282,900 for engineering and related services for the Placer Ranch Project with Mackay & Somps Civil Engineers, for a total contract amount of $1,554,040.

MOTION Holmes/Duran/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

PUBLIC COMMENT:  1). Alex Mourelatos stated he was attending “Stop Lawsuit Abuse Day” in Sacramento, representing small businesses affected by serial ADA lawsuits and help work towards changes in the laws. He also shared his comments on the Housing Element Implementation Plan agenda item.  2). Al Savery and Jack May, Rotary Club of Granite Bay, spoke of their vision of installing a large US Flag along with flags for each Branch of the Military to make a “Walk of Honor” at the corner of Douglas Blvd. and Barton Rd. in Granite Bay.  3). Curt Miller stated he has property available for use for Farm Labor Housing.  4). Larissa Berry requested a new population and build out study be done for Granite Bay.  5). Ellie Waller requested the County develop a process and code for dealing with County Non-maintained Roads so that property owners understand what work the County may be responsible for when public health and safety needs arise, she also commented on a potential future affordable housing project.  6). Ann Nichols commented on the County Non-maintained roads and their need for maintenance. She also commented on the affordable housing requirements on project approvals.  7). Kristina Barmettler said there is a need to rezone some properties that are zoned agricultural to enable Sustainable Family Housing to be built on one acre lots for affordable housing. 

 

BOARD MEMBER AND COUNTY EXECUTIVE REPORTS: None 

 

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

 

 9:05 a.m.

 1.   HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

A.    Placer County Public Health Week

1.    Received a report on the health of Placer County.

2.    Approved a Proclamation declaring April 03-09, 2017 as “Public Health Week” Placer County.

MOTION Holmes/Weygandt/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

ADJOURN AS THE PLACER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND

CONVENE AS THE PLACER COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY

 

 9:10 a.m.

 2.   HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

A.    Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program

1.    Considered the following items to secure $2,361,160 in federal funding for Placer County Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program to provide subsidized housing vouchers for up to 345 low-income individuals, families and veterans in Placer County.

a.    Conducted a Public Hearing to receive public comment regarding the updated Placer County Housing Authority (PCHA) Administrative Plan.

b.    Adopted the updated PCHA Administrative Plan.

c.    Adopted Resolution 2017-076 authorizing acceptance of the updated Placer County Housing Authority’s Administrative Plan, and authorized submission of the certifications of program compliance to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

MOTION Holmes/Uhler/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

ADJOURN AS THE PLACER COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY AND

RECONVENE AS THE PLACER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

9:20 a.m.

 3.   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Barton Ranch Subdivision (PLN14-00186) Located in Granite Bay I Request for Continuance

1.    Approved a continuance of the noticed Public Hearing from the April 04, 2017 Board of Supervisors’ agenda to April 24, 2017 at 10:00a.m.

MOTION Uhler/Holmes/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

10:00 a.m.

 4.   PLACER MOSQUITO AND VECTOR CONTROL DISTRICT

A.    Update | Vector Borne Diseases within Placer County

1.    Received an update from Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District on vector borne diseases within Placer County.

 

10:15 a.m.

 5.   TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR

A.    Financial Review of Distressed Fire Services

1.    Received a Presentation on the findings of the County’s Financial Review of Distressed Fire Service Providers in Placer County, and accept the final report.

2.    Received a Presentation on the findings of a survey on voter support for parcel taxes to support fire services. 

 

 6.   CLERK-RECORDER-REGISTRAR OF VOTERS

A.    Fire District Survey and Elections Request

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-077 to authorize the Registrar of Voters to Render Election Services for the Penryn Fire Protection District and the Foresthill Fire Protection District All Mail Ballot Special District Election to be held July 11, 2017, and provided direction regarding payment for such services.

MOTION Holmes/Duran/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

DEPARTMENT ITEMS to be considered for action as time allows

 

 7.   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Regional University Specific Plan

1.    Authorized Community Development/Resource Agency (CD/RA) Planning Division to permit delay of applicant’s payment of both accrued and future County staff costs until sale/conveyance of the Community portion of the Regional University Specific Plan (RUSP) for the following:

a.    Processing of Amendment to the RUSP, Development Agreement, and associated entitlements and related California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review.

b.    Processing on the County-level of any paperwork or participation associated with involvement as applicant on a wetland fill permit with the US Army Corps of Engineers for backbone infrastructure.

2.    Authorized CD/RA staff to amend or prepare agreements subject to concurrence of County Counsel and Risk Management to address the above for the Board’s consideration at a future agenda.

MOTION Uhler/Duran/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

B.    Update | Sunset Area Plan and Placer Ranch Specific Plan

1.    Received an update on the Sunset Area Plan and Placer Ranch Specific Plan.

 

C.    Schaffer’s Mill Phase 3B Final Map, Tract No. ESD15-00330

1.    Authorized the Chair to sign the Schaffer’s Mill Phase 3B Final Map and Subdivision Improvement Agreement and approved Recordation of the Final Map and the Agreement.

MOTION Duran/Holmes/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

 8.   PUBLIC WORKS AND FACILITIES

A.    ADA Compliance and Infrastructure Updates at 350 Nevada Street, Auburn I Plans and Specifications

1.    Approved Plans and Specifications for ADA Compliance and Infrastructure Updates, Project No. 4892, located at 350 Nevada Street, Auburn, with an estimated total project cost of $1,775,000, including $1,350,000 for construction with contingency, and authorized staff to advertise for bids.

2.    Authorized the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to award and execute a construction contract not-to-exceed $1,350,000 including selected Additive Bid Alternates as project funding will allow, upon review and concurrence by Risk Management and County Counsel, including authority to approve any necessary change orders consistent with the County Purchasing Manual and Section 20142 of the Public Contract Code. Funding is provided in the FY 2016-17 Capital Projects Final Budget.

MOTION Holmes/Duran/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

B.    Purchase of 64 Tourist Accommodation Units I City of South Lake Tahoe

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-074 authorizing the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to finalize and execute an Agreement for Purchase of Tourist Accommodation Units (TAUs) with the City of South Lake Tahoe, subject to County Counsel review, and take all actions necessary to acquire, bank and transfer 64 Tourist Accommodation Units at a price of $12,500 each, for a total purchase price of $800,000. Funding is provided in the FY 2016-17 Final Budget, Tahoe Development – TAU Capital Project No. 4947.

MOTION Holmes/Duran/Unanimous VOTE 5:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

C.    2017 Federal Hot Mix Asphalt Overlay Project I Plans and Specifications

1.    Approved specifications for the Placer County Federal Hot Mix Asphalt Overlay Summer 2017 project estimated to cost $2,800,000 and authorized the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to advertise for bids. Funding is provided in the FY 2016-17 Public Works and Facilities Final Budget.

MOTION Holmes/Weygandt/Unanimous VOTE 4:0

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Montgomery

ABSENT: Uhler

 

 9.   COUNTY EXECUTIVE

A.    Placer County Housing Element Implementation Discussion

1.    Received a presentation on the 2013 Placer County Housing Element, including completed tasks and implementation challenges.

2.    Reviewed options and the Board discussed various strategies in setting housing priorities for the FY 2017-18 Housing Work Plan.

3.    Adopted Resolution 2017-075 authorizing the County Executive Officer to execute a three-year agreement with the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation subject to concurrence by Risk Management and County Counsel to implement a Regional Housing Council for the purposes of creating and achieving regional housing targets, and also authorized the County to participate in a Regional Housing Council, at a budgeted net county cost of $50,000 per year.

MOTION Weygandt/Holmes/Unanimous VOTE 4:0

AYES: Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

ABSENT: Duran

 

10.  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)   A.T. v. Dry Creek Elementary School District, et al.

       U.S.D.C. Eastern District Case No. 2:16-cv-02925-MCE-DB The Board heard a report and authorized the defense and indemnity of the County employees and former County employees named and served.  The Board also waived the conflict to allow County Counsel’s Office to represent the employees and the County.

(b)   Richard Padilla, WCAB Claim

       WCAB Claim Nos.: ADJ9404457, ADJ9404453 & unassigned The Board heard a report and gave direction to Counsel.

2.    Anticipated Litigation:

(a)   Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(4) of Government Code §54956.9:

       One potential case The Board heard a report and authorized the filing of an unlawful detainer action for a property owned by the County in Kings Beach.

(B)  §54957.6 - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS

       Agency designated representatives: David Boesch, Judy La Porte, Deborah Glasser, Gerald O. Carden

       Employee organization: PPEO  The Board heard a report on the status of labor negotiations and gave direction to the Labor Negotiation Team.

 

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.

 

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

A.    Declare Vehicles as Surplus and Authorize Disposal

1.    Declared eight (8) vehicles that have reached the end of their useful life as surplus and authorized their disposal.

 

B.    On-Call Septic Pumping Services I Multiple Vendors

1.    Approved Change Order No. 1 to Blanket Purchase Order No. 22697 with Advanced Septic Pumping Service of Citrus Heights, CA for on-call septic pumping services in the amount of $15,000 for a revised maximum amount of $20,000. Funding is provided in Sewer Maintenance District #3 FY 2016-17 Final Budget.

2.    Approved Change Order No. 2 to Blanket Purchase Order No. 22701 with Chuck’s Septic, Inc. of Rocklin, CA for on-call septic pumping services in the amount of $50,000 for a revised maximum amount of $100,000. Funding is provided in Sewer Maintenance District #3 FY 2016-17 Final Budget.

3.    Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign all required documents.

 

C.    Transportation Engineering and Planning Services I Fehr & Peers Associates, Inc., of Roseville, CA

1.    Approved an Increase to Contract with Fehr & Peers Associates, Inc. of Roseville, CA for Transportation Engineering and Planning Services in the amount of $7,235 for a revised maximum amount of $52,235. Funding is provided in the Public Works and Facilities FY 2016-17 Final Budget

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

 

D.    Purchase of Portable Generator and Trailer I Doosan Portable Power, of Statesville, NC

1.    Approved the Award of a purchase order using a competitively awarded contract with Doosan Portable Power of Statesville, NC for the purchase of one (1) new portable generator and trailer on behalf of the Department of Public Works and Facilities in the total amount of $58,635 to serve as an emergency power source for sewer system lift stations. Funding is provided by the Environmental Utilities FY 2016-17 Final Budget.

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

 

E.    Fire Sprinkler System Maintenance Services I JB Fire Systems, Inc., of Fernley, NV

1.    Approved the renewal of a competitively awarded contract for fire sprinkler system inspection, testing and maintenance services with JB Fire Systems, Inc. of Fernley, NV in the amount of $100,000 for the period of April 01, 2017 through March 31, 2018.  Funding is provided by the Building Maintenance FY 2016-17 Final Budget and will be requested in the FY 2017-18 Proposed Budget.

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

 

F.    North Lake Tahoe Temporary Dentist Services Contract Amendment I Donald L. French, DDS

1.    Approved Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. KN021256 with Donald L. French DDS for Temporary Dentist Services, to extend the term of the contract through June 30, 2017 and increase the amount by $50,000 for a new total of $99,500, funded by the Medical Clinic FY 2016-17 Final Budget.

2.    Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the amendment.

 

G.   Fiscal Projections and Business Analytics Software Implementation Services I Neubrain LLC, of Rockville, MD

1.    Approved an award with Neubrain, LLC. of Rockville, MD for professional services to implement fiscal projections and business analytics software, in the amount not-to-exceed $200,000, funded by the Health and Human Services Department’s FY 2016-17 Final Budget.

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

 

12.  BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

A.    Minutes

1.    Approved minutes of February 21, 2017.

 

B.    Proclamation

1.    Approved a Proclamation recognizing April 16 through 22, 2017 as Mosquito and West Nile Virus Awareness Week in Placer County.

 

C.    Revised 2017 Placer County Board of Supervisors Meeting Schedule

1.    Approved the cancelation of the Monday, April 24, 2017 and Tuesday, April 25, 2017 Board of Supervisors Meetings in Tahoe and called a Special Board meeting to be held on Monday, April 24, 2017 in Auburn, CA.

 

D.    Commendation

1.    Approved a Commendation recognizing the Auburn Host Lions Club for ninety years of dedicated service to the community of Auburn in Placer County.

 

13.  CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNTY

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

1.    17-027 Weldon, William (Property Damage) $340

2.    17-028 Mapfre Insurance – Emil Atakeev (Property Damage) $6,259

3.    17-030 Jansen, Myrna (Property Damage) $1,171

4.    17-031 Simmons, Brad (Property Damage) $190

5.    17-032 Lubamersky, Mark (Property Damage) $380 

 

14.  COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

A.    Squaw Valley Municipal Advisory Council

1.    Approved appointment of Vladimir Bazjanac to Seat #5, Mark Calhoun to Seat #6, and Rusty Reams to Seat #7, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.

 

B.    Planning Commission

1.    Approved the appointment of Merrill C. Haber to Seat #5 (representing District 5), as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.

 

15.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Placer Legacy Program I Acceptance of Gifted Funds

1.    Ratified the acceptance of a $50,000 gift received from the Linda A. Atoms Revocable Trust to be used towards the Placer Legacy Program and authorized Chair to execute letter.

 

B.    Zoning Code Update for Winery/Brewery Ordinance EIR Contract | Raney Planning & Management, Inc

1.    Approved a contract amendment with Raney Planning & Management, Inc. to prepare an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Zoning Code update related to Temporary Outdoor Events, Wineries, and Rural Craft Breweries (collectively known as the Winery/Brewery Ordinance) in the amount of $199,439 for a revised maximum amount of $222,779 and authorized the County Executive Officer to sign the contract.

 

16.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE

A.    REMOVED FOR DISCUSSION Placer Ranch Specific Plan Engineering Services Agreement | Mackay & Somps Civil Engineers

1.    Authorize the County Executive Officer to execute an Amendment to Professional Services Agreement No. 13574 in the amount of $282,900 for engineering and related services for the Placer Ranch Project with Mackay & Somps Civil Engineers, for a total contract amount of $1,554,040.

 

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

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-078 reaffirming a local emergency in Placer County due to tree mortality.

 

C.    Reaffirm a Local Emergency Proclamation in Placer County | Flooding

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-069 reaffirming a local emergency in Placer County due to flooding.

 

17.  DISTRICT ATTORNEY

A.    Damion Case Management System Maintenance | Constellation Justice Systems

1.    Approved the annual payment to Constellation Justice Systems for maintenance of the Damion Case Management System, in the amount of $74,673.

 

18.  HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

A.    Public Health Officer, Public Administrator and Public Guardian

1.    Adopted Ordinance 5863-B, introduced March 21, 2017, making various technical modifications to the County Code regarding the Public Health Officer, the Public Administrator, and the Public Guardian.

 

B.    Medical Clinic Long Term Records Management Agreement I Municipal Resource Group (MRG)

1.    Approved an Amendment to the Municipal Resource Group (MRG) Agreement #CN005815B for FY 2016-17 to increase the amount by $6,000 for a new total of $56,000, to assist with analysis of long term options of managing medical records for the Placer County Medical Clinic; and, authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the amendment and subsequent amendments not to exceed 10 percent of the total contract amount, consistent with the subject matter and scope of work with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence. Funding is included in the County General funds that are budgeted for Medical Clinic in the FY 2016-17 Final Budget.

 

C.    On-Call and Outpatient Psychiatric Services | Muniyapla T. Rajappa, M.D

1.    Approved an Amendment to the Agreement with Muniyapla T. Rajappa, M.D., for FY 2016-17 to increase the amount by $116,400 for a new contract total of $165,900 to allow for the provision of outpatient psychiatric services, and Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS) Conservatorship testimony in addition to on call psychiatric services; and, authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the amendment and subsequent amendments not to exceed 10 percent of the total contract amount, consistent with the subject matter and scope of work with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence. The amendment is funded with $116,100 in State and Federal funds and $49,800 included in the FY 2016-17 County General Fund.   

 

19.  HUMAN RESOURCES

A.    Classification Title Changes for Classifications within the Clerk/Recorder Office and Allocation Change for the Human Resources Department

1.    Adopted Ordinance 5864-B, introduced March 21, 2017, amending the un-codified Schedule of Classifications and Compensation Ordinance and the un-codified Allocation of Positions to Departments Ordinance related to title changes for classifications within the Clerk/Recorder/Elections Office, and the reclassification of a Secretary-Journey position (GNRL/Grade 40, $3,009-$3,657 mo.) to Administrative Clerk-Senior (GNRL/Grade 49, $3,241-$3,939 mo.) in the Human Resources Department.

 

B.    Placer County Deputy Sheriff’s Association Memorandum of Understanding, Amendment to Article 9.6 Sick Leave Contribution

1.    Approved an amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Placer and the Placer County Deputy Sheriff’s Association - Article 9.6 Sick Leave Contribution from Other Employees that allows donation of sick leave hours after a 30-day absence.

 

C.    Position Allocation Ordinance Changes for Sheriff’s Office

1.    Introduced an Ordinance to amend the un-codified Allocation of Positions to Departments to add one Investigative Assistant position and reduce the number of Administrative Legal Clerk – Senior positions from three to two in the Sheriff’s Office. Oral reading waived.

 

20.  PUBLIC WORKS AND FACILITIES

A.    SB863 Acute Mental Health Unit I Consultant Services Agreement with Vanir Construction Management, Inc.

1.    Approved and authorized the Chair to execute the Consultant Services Agreement with Vanir Construction Management, Inc., to assist in the preparation of Real Estate Due Diligence and Performance Criteria requirements for SB863 Acute Mental Health Unit in an amount not-to-exceed $255,910. Funding is provided in the FY 2016-17 Capital Projects Fund Final Budget.

 

B.    Wise Road over Doty Creek Bridge Replacement Project I ICF Jones & Stokes Inc.

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-070 approving Amendment No. 1 to Professional Services Agreement No.000950 with ICF Jones and Stokes Inc. for environmental services for the Bridge Replacement Project on Wise Road over Doty Creek, for an additional amount of $58,362, increasing the total contract agreement amount not to exceed $76,942, and authorizing the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to execute subsequent contract amendments up to 10 percent of the contract amount, $7,694. The project is fully funded through the Federal Highway Bridge Program and the Regional Surface Transportation Program.

 

C.    Intention to Set Public Hearing I Amazing Facts Property Annexation into Sewer Maintenance District 2

1.    Adopted Resolution of Intention 2017-071 to set the time and date to hold a Public Hearing to consider annexing the Amazing Facts property, located at 6475 Sierra College Boulevard in the Rocklin area, (APN: 046-050-010-000), into the boundaries of Sewer Maintenance District 2 to provide sewer service.

 

D.    Middle Fork Project | Fuel Reduction Management (FRM) Program Funding Recommendations for 2017 and results for 2016

1.    Approved $148,500 in funding for the Fuel Reduction Management Program for the Middle Fork Project and authorized the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to sign the funding agreements for the following three projects:

a.    City of Auburn Department of Public Safety; $49,500 for American River Canyon Shaded Fuel Break.

b.    Foresthill/Iowa Hill Fire Safe Council; $49,500 for Todd Valley Shaded Fuel Break.

c.    Foresthill/Iowa Hill Fire Safe Council; $49,500 for Tree Mortality Removal Program 2017.

2.    Approved a Budget Revision increasing appropriations in Capital Project No. 04996 Middle Fork Fuel Reduction.

3.    Accepted the final reports from the completed FRM Program projects in 2016.

 

E.    Low Carbon Transit Operations Program I Placer County Transportation Planning Agency and Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-072 authorizing the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to submit applications for the transit projects and to execute all required documents of the Local Carbon Transit Operations Program and any Amendments thereto with the California Department of Transportation; and stating that Placer County agrees to comply with all conditions and requirements set forth in the Certifications and Assurances and applicable statutes and guidelines for the Local Carbon Transit Operations Program funded transit projects.

 

F.    Certification of Maintained Mileage of County Roadways

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-073 certifying the Maintained Mileage Records, which results in a new total County maintained mileage of 1,044.896 miles a decrease of 1.210 miles. 

 

21.  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.    The Forgotten Soldier Program | Funding to Support Therapeutic Programs and Resources for Veterans and Their Families

1.    Approved appropriation of $1,000 in Revenue Sharing monies to The Forgotten Soldier Program as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

B.    Lighthouse Counseling & Family Resource Center | Funding to Support Counseling and Educational Classes

1.    Approved appropriation of $950 in Revenue Sharing monies to Lighthouse Counseling & Family Resource Center as requested by Supervisor Weygandt ($500), Supervisor Holmes ($200), and Supervisor Uhler ($250).

 

C.    Placer Care Coalition | Funding to Support Services for Community Members In Need

1.    Approved appropriation of $500 in Revenue Sharing monies to Placer Care Coalition as requested by Supervisor Weygandt ($250) and Supervisor Uhler ($250).

 

D.    Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy | Funding to Support the Chaplaincy Services

1.    Approved appropriation of $600 in Revenue Sharing monies to Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy as requested by Supervisor Weygandt ($100), Supervisor Holmes ($250), and Supervisor Uhler ($250).

 

E.    Pro Youth and Families, Inc. | Funding to Support Placer County Youth Impact Awards Program

1.    Approved appropriation of $500 in Revenue Sharing monies to Pro Youth and Families, Inc. as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

ITEMS FOR INFORMATION:

 

22.  TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR

A.    Treasurer’s Statement for the month of February 2017 in Auburn, CA.

 

ADJOURNMENT – To a Special Meeting, on April 24, 2017.

 

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ UPCOMING MEETING SCHEDULE:

 

April 24, 2017 – Special Meeting

May 09, 2017

May 30, 2017

June 13, 2017

June 27, 2017

July 11, 2017

July 24, 2017 – Tahoe

July 25, 2017 – Tahoe

August 08, 2017

August 22, 2017

 

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