COUNTY OF PLACER

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SUMMARY AGENDA

Tuesday, October 03, 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 Duran

The Board observed a minute of silence for the tragedy in Las Vegas.

 

CONSENT AGENDA Consent Agenda approved with actions as indicated.

MOTION Holmes/Duran/Unanimous Vote 5:0                                 

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

PUBLIC COMMENT:  Bill Ross, President Christy Hill HOA, Board of Directors provided a copy of a letter submitted to the Department of Public Works and Facilities to Board regarding drainage on roadways and requested the Board assist in addressing this matter. Gene Lorance provided a copy of a report that was submitted to the Bureau of Reclamation, and stated the Foresthill Fire District needs financial assistance. Megan Chillemi, requested the Board assist with the problem of the increase of cut-through tourist traffic that is now using residential streets in Kings Beach. Ellie Waller requested that Agenda Item 15.A. be discussed after the 10:30 timed item. Ms. Waller also expressed concern about potential improvements being considered by the Forest Service to end the Kings Beach Trail at Beaver Street in middle of a residential area with limited parking; and stated that with the completion of the new Fire Station the old Tahoe City Fire House should have been torn down.

 

BOARD MEMBER AND COUNTY EXECUTIVE REPORTS: Supervisor Holmes reported that he attended the Rural County Representatives of California Annual Conference in South Lake Tahoe where the event raised $52,000 that was awarded to five no-profit organizations, there was discussions on the Tree Mortality Task Force and issues with Homeowners Insurance being cancelled. Supervisor Montgomery gave an updated regarding struggles of some Local Fire Districts and that she and Supervisor Holmes and reconstituted a group to identify potential ways to move forward.

 

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

 

9:05 a.m.

1.    HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

A.    Proclamation | Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk on October 7, 2017

1.    Presented a Proclamation supporting the “Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk” on October 7, 2017. 

 

9:15 a.m.

2.    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Secondary Dwelling Unit Housing | Zoning Text Amendments

1.    Conducted a Public Hearing to consider

a.    Find the  a Proposed Ordinance related to Secondary Dwellings to be statutorily exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15282(h).

b.    Adopt an Ordinance to amend Placer County Code, Chapter 17, Sections 17.04.030, 17.06.050, 17.10.010, 17.34.010, 17.46.010, 17.48.010, 17.56.095, 17.56.180 and to repeal in its entirety and replace Section 17.56.200 related to Secondary Dwellings.

The Board continued the public hearing to the Tuesday, October 24, 2017 BOS Agenda at 9:45a.m. for final action on the ordinance.

 

9:40 a.m.

3.    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Water Efficiency Landscape Implementation | Compliance with State Water Conservation in Landscaping Act (PLN15-00336)

1.    Conducted a Public Hearing and took the following actions:

a.    Found the Proposed Ordinance and Resolution to implement the Water Efficient Landscape requirements, and updates to the Landscape Design Guidelines, to be Categorically Exempt pursuant to Section 15307 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and Section 15307 of the Public Resources Code for “Actions by Regulatory Agencies for Protection of Natural Resources”.

b.    Adopted Ordinance 5887-B amending Placer County Code Chapters 15 and 17 (PLN15-00336).

c.    Adopted Resolution 2017-183 amending the Placer County Landscape Design Guidelines.

MOTION Duran/Holmes Unanimous Vote 5:0                          

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

10:15 a.m.

4.    TREASURER TAX COLLECTOR

A.       2017 Refinancing and Sale of Bonds Issued to Finance mPOWER Assessments (the “2017 Refunding Transaction”)

1.    Conducted a Public Hearing to consider the 2017 Refunding Transaction (as described below), including:

a.    The proposed issuance of one or more series of revenue bonds by the Placer County Public Financing Authority (the “Authority”) pursuant to the Marks-Roos Local  Bond Pooling Act of 1985, and the making by the Authority of one or more loans to the County of Placer (the “County”) from the proceeds of such bonds for the purpose of financing and refinancing the installation of distributed generation renewable energy, energy efficiency and water efficiency improvements that are permanently fixed to real property and related administrative expenses, and, 

b.    Whether there are any significant public benefits to the County, in accordance with the criteria specified in Section 6586 of the Government Code, from the issuance of the bonds and the making of the loans. 

2.    Adopted Resolution 2017-184 regarding the refinancing and sale of refunding bonds and loans related to the mPOWER Program to:

a.      Approved the issuance by the Placer County Financing Authority of the following Placer County Public Financing Authority Refunding Revenue Bonds (the “2017 Refunding Bonds”) in a combined aggregate principal amount not to exceed $75,000,000:

i.        Placer County Public Financing Authority Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A (mPOWER Placer Program) (the “Series A Bonds”) and

ii.       Placer County Public Financing Authority Refunding Revenue Bonds, Subordinate Series 2017B (mPOWER Placer Program) (the “Subordinate Series B Bonds”),

b.      Made a finding of significant public benefits to the County from the proposed financing, pursuant to Section 6586.5(a)(2) of the California Government Code,

c.      Approved, in substantially the form on file with the Clerk, two loan agreements (the “2017 Refunding Loan Agreements”) under which the Authority will loan the proceeds of the 2017 Refunding Bonds to the County (the “2017 Refunding Loans”),

d.      Authorized certain officers of the County to execute and deliver the 2017 Refunding Loan Agreements and related documents, and to take other actions as necessary for the execution and delivery of the 2017 Refunding Loans Agreements and the issuance of the 2017 Refunding Bonds,

e.      Approved the sale of the 2017 Refunding Bonds to one or more Qualified Institutional Buyers or accredited investors to be documented by Purchase Agreements,

f.       Authorized the Treasurer-Tax Collector to act as trustee or to hire a trustee with respect to the 2017 Refunding Bonds, Authorized the hiring of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company (“Stifel”) to act as initial purchaser and or for the Series A Bonds and as placement agent for the Subordinate Series B Bonds,

g.      Authorized the Treasurer-Tax Collector to add a “Green Bonds” designation to the name of the Bonds if the Treasurer-Tax Collector determines, after consultation with the County’s municipal advisor and Stifel, that doing so would be likely to assist with the marketing of the 2017 Refunding Bonds and further the green bond market.

h.    In connection with the 2017 Refunding Transaction, approved the appointment of Jones Hall, a Professional Law Corporation, as bond counsel and disclosure counsel, Del Rio Advisors as the County’s municipal advisor and Goodwin Consulting Group, Inc. as the County’s assessment administrator, and authorized the County Executive Officer to execute agreements with those firms.

3.    Authorized the Treasurer-Tax Collector to waive redemption rights with respect to the Subject Bonds.

MOTION Holmes/Weygandt Unanimous Vote 5:0                                

 

ADJOURNED AS THE PLACER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND

CONVENED AS THE PLACER COUNTY PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY

 

5.    PLACER COUNTY PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY

A.    2017 Refinancing and Sale of Bonds Issued to Finance mPOWER Assessments (the “2017 Refunding Transaction”)

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-185 regarding the refinancing and sale of refunding bonds related to the mPOWER Program to:

a.      Approved the issuance by the Placer County Financing Authority (the “Authority”) of the following Placer County Public Financing Authority Refunding Revenue Bonds (the “2017 Refunding Bonds”) in a combined aggregate principal amount not to exceed $75,000,000:

i.           Placer County Public Financing Authority Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A (mPOWER Placer Program) (Green Bonds) (the “Series A Bonds”) and

ii.     Placer County Public Financing Authority Refunding Revenue Bonds, Subordinate Series 2017B (mPOWER Placer Program) (Green Bonds) (the “Subordinate

Series B Bonds”),

b.    Approved, in substantially the form on file with the Secretary, two loan agreements (the “2017 Refunding Loan Agreements”), two loans (the “2017 Refunding Loans”) and the Indenture of Trust relating to the 2017 Refunding Bonds (the “2017 Refunding Indenture”)

c.    Authorized certain officers of the Authority to execute and deliver the 2017 Refunding Loan Agreements and the 2017 Refunding Indenture and related documents, and to take other actions as necessary for the execution and delivery of the 2017 Refunding Bonds,

d.    Approved the sale of the 2017 Refunding Bonds to one or more Qualified Institutional Buyers or accredited investors to be documented by Purchase Agreements,

e.    Authorized the Treasurer-Tax Collector to act as trustee or to hire a trustee with respect to the 2017 Refunding Bonds,

f.     Authorized the hiring of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company (“Stifel”) to act as initial purchaser or underwriter for the Series A Bonds and as placement agent for the Subordinate Series B Bonds, g.    Authorized and directed certain officers of the Authority to purchase a municipal bond insurance policy and debt service reserve fund insurance policy for the 2017 Refunding Bonds if it is determined, after consultation with the County’s municipal advisor and Stifel, that such insurance policy(ies) would reduce the true interest costs of the 2017 Refunding Bonds or otherwise enable the County to achieve additional savings with respect to the 2017 Refunding Bonds.

h.    Authorized certain officers of the Authority to waive prepayment rights with respect to the loans to be refinanced, and

2.    Authorized the Treasurer to add a “Green Bonds” designation to the name of the Bonds if the Treasurer-Tax Collector determines, after consultation with the County’s municipal advisor and Stifel, that doing so would be likely to assist with the marketing of the 2017 Refunding Bonds and further the green bond market result.

MOTION Holmes/Weygandt Unanimous Vote 5:0                    

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

ADJOURNED AS THE PLACER COUNTY PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY AND

RECONVENED AS THE PLACER COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

10:30 a.m. 

6.    COUNTY EXECUTIVE

A.    Cannabis Policy Update

Received an informational update and:

1.    Directed staff to take no further action on developing a Medicinal Cannabis Testing Ordinance under the existing provisions of California State law;

2.    Directed staff to support legislative and regulatory advocacy at the Federal level to expand opportunities for federally-sanctioned medicinal cannabis testing and research.

 

DEPARTMENT ITEMS to be considered for action as time allows

 

7.    HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

A.    Negotiated Net Amount and Drug Medi-Cal Multi-Year Revenue Agreement

1.    Approved revenue agreement #17-94091 with the State of California, Department of Health Care Services, for the Negotiated Net Amount (NNA) and Drug Medi-Cal (DMC) in the amount of $10,555,566, for the period of July 01, 2017 through June 30, 2020, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to execute the agreement with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence, and sign subsequent amendments not to exceed 5 percent of the contract amount, consistent with the agreement’s subject matter and scope of work with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence.

MOTION Holmes/Duran Unanimous Vote 5:0                          

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

8.    PUBLIC WORKS & FACILITIES

A.    Placer County Finance Administration Building Carpet Replacement Project Phase II | Plans and Specifications

1.    Approved Plans and Specifications for the Finance Administration Building Carpet Replacement Phase II Project, to replace 17 year old carpet, located at 2962 Richardson Drive, Auburn, with an estimated installation cost of $458,400 and authorized staff to advertise for bids. This project is included in the Department of Public Works and Facilities’ FY 2017-18 Final Budget, Capital Projects Fund, Countywide Carpet Replacement, Project No. 4927.   

MOTION Weygandt/Holmes Vote 4:0               

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Montgomery

ABSENT: Uhler

 

B.    Placer Commuter Express Agreement Award | Agreement with MV Transportation, Inc.

1.    Authorized the Director of the Department of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to execute an agreement with MV Transportation, Inc. for operation of Placer Commuter Express through October 31, 2020, with the option for (2) two one-year extensions in the amounts of $403,155 in year one, $387,089 in year two, $401,949 in year three, $414,776 in year four and $427,414 in year five. This project is included in the Department of Public Works and Facilities’ FY 2017-18 Final Budget.

MOTION Weygandt/Uhler Unanimous Vote 5:0                                   

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

C.    Placer County Dial-A-Ride | Contract Amendment No.3 with MV Transportation, Inc.

1.    Authorized the Director of Public Works and Facilities, or designee, to execute Amendment No. 3 to Contract No. 1159 with MV Transportation, Inc., to operate Placer County Dial-A-Ride in the amount not to exceed $1,103,766.04 for the period of November 01, 2017, to October 31, 2018.This project is included in the Department of Public Works and Facilities’ FY 2017-18 Final Budget.

MOTION Uhler/Weygandt Unanimous Vote 5:0                       

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

D.    Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit, Placer County Transit and Road Maintenance | FY 2017-18 Local Transportation Fund Claim from Placer County Transportation Planning Agency

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-186 to execute the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Local Transportation Fund Claim from the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency to allocate $5,797,482 in Local Transportation Funds to Placer County Transit ($2,797,482), Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit ($1,000,000), and Placer County Road Maintenance ($2,000,000). This project is included in the Department of Public Works and Facilities’ FY 2017-18 Final Budget.

MOTION Holmes/Duran Unanimous Vote 5:0                          

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

9.    SHERIFF

A.    Tribridge Offender 360 Jail Management System | Change Order with Tribridge Holdings, LLC of Tampa, FL

1.    Approved a change order to a contract with Tribridge Holdings, LLC of Tampa, FL, to amend the original Statement of Work in the amount of $86,200 for a revised contract total of $1,951,934 and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign all required documents. Funding is available within the Sheriff’s Office FY 2017-18 Final Budget. There is no additional impact to the General Fund.

MOTION Holmes/Weygandt Unanimous Vote 5:0                               

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

B.    Employer Provided Meals | Auburn and South Placer Detention Facilities

1.    Approved one-year contract renewals with Garden of Eat’n of Lincoln, CA, Subway of Rocklin, CA, The Sandwich Spot of Roseville, CA, and Togo’s Eateries, LLC of Roseville, CA to provide prepared meals on a daily basis for employees assigned to the Auburn and South Placer Detention Facilities who are required to remain on the work-site during their meal periods, for an aggregate not-to-exceed amount of $240,000, for the period of October 03, 2017 through September 30, 2018. Funding for these services is included in the Sheriff’s Office and Probation Department FY 2017-18 Final Budgets. There is no additional impact to the General Fund.

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

MOTION Uhler/Duran Unanimous Vote 5:0                             

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Uhler, Montgomery

 

10.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE / HUMAN RESOURCES

A.    Elected Department Heads, Classified and Unclassified Management employees compensation and amendments to Chapter 3

1.    Introduced the ordinances amending the uncodified Schedule of Classifications and Compensation Ordinance to adjust compensation for elected department heads, classified and unclassified management employees including appointed department heads and safety management, waive oral reading.

2.    Introduced an ordinance amending Chapter 3 of the Placer County Code to reflect changes in elected department heads, classified and unclassified management employee compensation and benefits, and update Chapter 3 provisions pertaining to the ten-step salary plan, step advancement, demotion and Tahoe Branch Assignment Premium and Tahoe Rural Health pay, waive oral reading.

MOTION Holmes/Weygandt Unanimous Vote 4:0 (Uhler Abstain)                                          

AYES: Duran, Weygandt, Holmes, Montgomery

ABSTAIN: Uhler

 

11.  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)     Heidi Lepp, et al. v. Yolo County, et al. 

         U.S. District Court, Eastern District Case No. 2:17-cv-01317-GEB-EFB

The Board heard a report and authorized County Counsel’s Office to defend and indemnify the county employee named and served.

 

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.

 

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

A.    Information Technology Support Services | Randstad Technologies of Sacramento, CA

1.    Approved the award of a negotiated purchase order with Randstad Technologies of Sacramento, CA for information technology support services in the maximum amount of $77,000 for the period from November 01, 2017 through June 30, 2018, funded by Administrative Services’ FY 2017-18 Final Budget, resulting in no new net County cost.

 

B.    Preliminary Alcohol Screening Maintenance and Drug Testing Services | Valley Toxicology Service Inc. of West Sacramento, CA

1.    Approved an increase in the amount of $20,000 to an agreement with Valley Toxicology Service, Inc. of West Sacramento, CA for preliminary alcohol screening device maintenance and drug testing services, for a new total of $120,000, effective through September 30, 2017.  Funding is provided by the District Attorney’s FY 2017-18 Final Budget.

2.    Approved the renewal of a negotiated agreement with Valley Toxicology Service, Inc. for preliminary alcohol screening device maintenance and drug testing services in the maximum amount of $175,000 for the period October 01, 2017 through September 30, 2018.  Funding is provided by the District Attorney’s FY 2017-18 Final Budget and will be included in the FY 2018-19 Requested Budget.

3.    Approved the option to renew the agreement for two (2) additional one-year periods in the maximum amount of $175,000 annually, subject to departmental concurrence and available funding and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign all required documents.

 

C.    Purchase of Multi-Purpose Tractor | ASI Nevada, LLC, of Zephyr Cove, NV

1.    Approved the award of a negotiated purchase order to ASI Nevada, LLC, of Zephyr Cove, NV for the purchase of multi-purpose tractor and additional attachments in the maximum amount of $101,300.

2.    Approved a budget revision and amend the FY 2017-18 Master Fixed Asset List to add multipurpose equipment to the Department of Public Works and Facilities’ Road Maintenance Master Fixed Asset List in the aggregate amount of $101,300.  Funding is comprised of $80,000 TRPA Mitigation Fund and $21,300 Kings Beach Benefit Assessment District Fund. 

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

 

13BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

A.    Revised 2017 Placer County Board of Supervisors Meeting Schedule

1.    Approved a change in location for the Tuesday, October 24, 2017 meeting from Tahoe to the County Administrative Center, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA beginning at 9:00 am.

As noted on the schedule, the Monday, October 23, 2017 meeting will still be held in the Tahoe area, at the North Tahoe Event Center, 8318 North Lake Blvd., Kings Beach, CA beginning at 1:00 p.m.

 

B.    Proclamation | Recognizing October 10th as “Women’s Right to Vote” Day

1.    Approved a Proclamation in recognition of the 106th Anniversary of the day women in Califormia won the “Right to Vote”.

 

C.    Commendation | Recognizing Eric and Paula Peach

1.    Approved a Commendation recognizing Eric and Paula Peach, Recipients of the Placer Land Trust’s 2017 Placer Conservator Award.  

 

D.    Minutes of September 5, 2017 BOS meeting

1.    Approved the Minutes of the September 5, 2017 Board of Supervisors meeting.

 

14.  COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

A.    Area 4 Agency on Aging Advisory Council

1.    Approved the appointment of Jim Williams to Seat #1, representing the Board of Supervisors.

 

B.    Rural Lincoln Municipal Advisory Council

1.    Approved the appointment of Timmothy Emick to the unexpired term of Seat #5, as requested by Supervisor Weygandt.

 

C.    Placer County Older Adult Advisory Commission

1.    Approved the reappointment of Ignacio Cespedes to Seat #14, representing Senior Service Organization.

 

15.  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY

A.    Plan Review and Inspection Service for the Tahoe City Lodge Project | Broadspec, Inc

1.    Approved and authorized the Chief Building Official to execute a contract with Broadspec, Inc. to provide plan review and inspection services for the Tahoe City Lodge project. There is no net County cost associated with this action as all costs for the plan review and inspection services will be paid by the applicant, Kila Tahoe, LLC.

 

B.    Placer County Conservation Program (PCCP) | Big Gun Conservation Bank Credits

1.    Approved and authorized the Community Development Resource Agency Director to execute a contract with Westervelt Ecological Services, LLC in the amount of $360,000 to purchase four (4) California red-legged frog credits from the Big Gun Conservation Bank.

 

C.    Inspection Services Contract with West Coast Code Consultants for the Vian Enterprises/Broach Masters Headquarters Building Project 

1.    Approved and authorized the Chief Building Official to execute a contract with West Coast Code Consultants to provide inspection services for the Vian Enterprises / Broach Masters Headquarters Building project. There is no net County cost associated with this action as all costs for inspection services will be paid by the applicant, Vian Properties, Inc

 

16.  COUNTY EXECUTIVE  

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

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-187 reaffirming a local emergency in Placer County due to tree mortality.

 

B.    Adoption of Ordinance Amending Allocation of Positions

1.    Adopted Ordinance 5888-B, introduced September 19, 2017, amending the personnel allocations of various departments to reflect allocation changes approved with the FY 2017-18 Final Budget.

 

C.    Unclassified Employee Step Increases

The Board approved a 5% merit increase for:

1.    E.J Ivaldi, Deputy Director of Planning from Grade 467, Step 4 at $65.75 per hour to Grade 467, Step 5 at $69.02 per hour, effective September 16, 2017.

2.    Renju Jacob, Deputy County Counsel III from Grade 457, Step 4 at $59.52 per hour to Grade 457, Step 5 at $62.50 per hour, effective September 2, 2017.

3.    Jennifer Merchant, Deputy County Executive Officer from Grade 474, Step 4 at $70.49 per hour to Step 5 at $74.00 per hour, effective September 2, 2017.

4.    Bekki Riggan, Deputy County Executive Officer from Grade 474, Step 3 at $67.13 per hour to Step 4 at $70.49 per hour, effective September 30, 2017.

      

17.  HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

A.    Solid Waste Management Local Enforcement Program Assistance | Grant Application to the California Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-188 authorizing the Director of the Environmental Health Division to submit all necessary grant applications to the California Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery, and to sign any contracts, agreements, payment requests, and amendments for the purposes of securing these grant funds for the period of fiscal years 2018 through 2023. 

 

B.    20 Bed Adult Residential Board & Care Facility | Yolo Community Care Continuum Corporation

1.    Approved amendment for agreement #CN005782 with Yolo Community Care Continuum (YCCC) for the provision of a 20 bed Adult Residential Board & Care Facility in the increased amount of $19,400 for a total amended contract amount of $213,400 and extend the term from June 30, 2018 to December 31, 2018. Authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to execute the agreement with Risk Management and County Counsel concurrence and to sign 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.

 

C.    Proclamation | Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk on October 7, 2017

1.    Approved a Proclamation to be presented supporting the “Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk” which will be held on October 7, 2017.

 

18.  HUMAN RESOURCES

A.    Amendment of Un-Codified Schedule of Classifications and Compensation Ordinance related to the Creation of the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Nurse/Coordinator

1.    Adopted Ordinance 5889-B, introduced September 19, 2017, amending the un-codified Schedule of Classifications and Compensation Ordinance related to the creation of the classification of Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Nurse/Coordinator at Salary Grade PROF 228 ($6114.65-$7432.41 monthly).

 

B.    Delegation of Authority for Industrial Disability | Disability Retirements

1.    Adopted an updated Resolution 2017-189 delegating authority to the County Executive Officer to make determinations of industrial disability for safety employees on behalf of the County of Placer.

 

2     Adopted updated Resolution 2017-190 authorizing the Human Resources Director to make an application to the California Public Employees’ Retirement System for retirement of a member for disability.

 

C.    Ordinance Amending the Dispatch Services Supervisor Classification

1.    Introduced an Ordinance amending the un-codified Schedule of Classifications and Compensation Ordinance, approving a salary adjustment to the Dispatch Services Supervisor classification from salary Grade GNRL 107 ($32.17-$39.11 hourly) to salary Grade GNRL 107 ($34.02-$41.36 hourly), with the salary adjustment retroactive to August 19, 2017, waive oral reading.          

 

19.  PUBLIC WORKS & FACILITIES

A.    County-Wide Projects | Job Order Contracting Services with Staples Construction Company, Inc. - Project No. 9486.05

1.    Approved a Change Order to increase the Job Order Contracting services with Staples Construction Company, Inc. by $300,000, to complete additional countywide projects, for a total contract cost not-to-exceed $1,300,000. This project is included in the Department of Public Works and Facilities’ FY 2017-18 Final Budget, Capital Projects Fund.

 

B.    Easement Abandonment on Sierra Drive and Lakeshore Drive, Granite Bay

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-191 to abandon approximately 3,615 square feet of Sierra Drive and Lakeshore Drive in Granite Bay for fair market value.

 

C.    Grant Application for Griffith Quarry Park Trail Improvements Project | California State Parks Habitat Conservation Grant Program

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-192 authorizing the submission of an application for up to $190,000 to the California State Parks’ Habitat Conservation Grant Program to partially fund the Griffith Quarry Park Trail Improvements Project, and authorized the Director of Public Works and Facilities or designee, to execute any and all documents on behalf of the County that are necessary for the application, acceptance and administration of said grant.

2.    Approved a Budget Revision appropriating $50,000 from the Linda Atoms Estate, currently appropriated in the Open Space Fund, to the Capital Projects Fund, Project No. 4983 – Griffith Quarry Park Improvements to complete County funding matching requirements.

 

20.  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.    Auburn Chamber of Commerce for the Auburn State of the Community Dinner | Funding to Support Community Member Recognition

1.    Approved appropriation of $500 in Revenue Sharing monies to Auburn Chamber of Commerce as requested by Supervisor Holmes.

 

B.    Roseville Police Activities League Bacon and Brewfest Event | Funding to Support Low Cost-Community Youth Programs

1.    Approved appropriation of $500 in Revenue Sharing monies to Roseville Police Activities League as requested by Supervisor Uhler.

 

21.  SHERIFF

A.    Commendation | Recognizing of Deputy Kenneth Ferreira

1.    Approved a Commendation commending Deputy Kenneth Ferreira for 26 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.

 

B.    Commendation | Recognizing of Deputy Joseph Herrick

1.    Approved a Commendation commending Deputy Joseph Herrick for 22 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.

 

C.    Commendation | Recognizing Deputy Dennis Kemper

1.    Approved a Commendation commending Deputy Dennis Kemper for 25 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.

 

D.    Commendation | Recognizing Correctional Officer Joseph Thomsen

1.    Approved a Commendation commending Correctional Officer Joseph Thomsen for 25 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.

 

E.    Commendation | Recognizing Chief Deputy Coroner Dennis Watt

1.    Approved a Commendation commending Chief Deputy Coroner Dennis Watt for 35 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.

 

F.    Grant Funding for Off-Highway Vehicle Efforts | From the California Department of Parks and Recreation Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-193 authorizing the Sheriff to execute a grant award from the California Department of Parks and Recreation Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division (OHV) in the amount of $61,186, from August 01, 2017 through July 31, 2018, to fund OHV program efforts.  A county match of $20,395 is required. Funds from this grant, as well as the required match are included in the Sheriff’s Office FY 2017-18 Final Budget. There is no additional impact to the General Fund.

 

G.   Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Application

1.    Approved the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) application in the amount of $21,725 to partially fund one Deputy Sheriff assigned to the Placer County Special Investigations Unit, and authorize the Sheriff to sign all required documentation.

 

H.    Amending the Sheriff’s Office Jail Booking, Access, and Incarceration Fees

1.    Adopt Ordinance 5890-B, introduced on September 19, 2017, amending Chapter 2, Articles 2.116 and 2.124 of the Placer County Code, adjusting the Sheriff’s Office Jail Booking, Access, and Incarceration Fees. Anticipated Revenues are included in the Sheriff’s Office FY 2017-18 Final Budget.  There is no additional impact to the General Fund.

 

I.     Purchase of Marine Patrol equipment | Grant Award from the California Department of Parks and Recreation Division of Boating and Waterways

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-194 authorizing the Sheriff to execute a grant award from the California Department of Parks and Recreation Division of Boating and Waterways for FY 2017-18 in the amount of $115,847 for purchase of Marine Patrol equipment, and approved a Budget Revision to increase revenue and expenditures in the amount of $115,847. There is no additional impact to the General Fund.

 

22.  TREASURER TAX COLLECTOR

A.    Transfer of Unclaimed Monies to the General Fund

1.    Adopted Resolution 2017-195 directing the Auditor-Controller to transfer unclaimed funds in the amount of $31,604.17 to the General Fund, $4,349.08 of which must be used for victim services, per Government Code Sections 50050-50057 and the Placer County Auditor’s Policy Directive on Escheating and Refunding Unclaimed Funds

 

ITEMS FOR INFORMATION:

 

23.  TREASURER TAX COLLECTOR

A.    Treasurer’s Statement for the month of July 2017 and for the month of August 2017.

 

ADJOURNMENT – To next regular meeting, on MONDAY, October 23, 2017 (Tahoe).

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ UPCOMING MEETING SCHEDULE:

 

October 23, 2017 (Tahoe)

October 24, 2017

November 14, 2017

November 28, 2017

December 12, 2017

 

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