COUNTY OF PLACER
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 2012
Jack Duran, District 1 David Boesch, County Executive
Robert Weygandt, District 2 Holly Heinzen, Chief Assistant County Executive Officer
Jim Holmes, District 3, Vice Chairman Gerald O. Carden, County Counsel
Kirk Uhler, District 4 Ann Holman, Clerk of the Board
Jennifer Montgomery, District 5, Chairwoman
County Administrative Center, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603
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FLAG SALUTE – Led by Supervisor Duran.
STATEMENT OF MEETING PROCEDURES - Read by Clerk.
PUBLIC COMMENT – None.
SUPERVISOR’S COMMITTEE REPORTS – Chairwoman Montgomery reported Assembly Bill 1464 has suspended portions of the Brown Act relating to preparation and posting of agendas at least 72 hours before a meeting, advising that Placer County will continue to comply regardless of the suspension.
TIMED ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED AT THE TIME SHOWN
1. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
a. Placer County Stand Down
1. Received an update regarding the annual Placer County Stand Down.
2. Presented Resolution 2012-187 to the Gold Country Chaplaincy in support of the Placer County Stand Down.
2. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
a. Older Adult Advisory Commission
1. Accepted and approved the Older Adult Advisory Commission FY 2011-12 Annual Report.
3. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
a. Environmental Health/Statutorily-Mandated Safe Body Art Program
1. Conducted a Public Hearing, and
2. Adopted Resolution 2012-194 pursuant to Placer County Code Section 2.116.100 that sets the amount of the fees that the Environmental Health Division can charge for the new State-mandated Safe Body Art Program. MOTION Uhler/Duran/Unanimous
Staff was directed to revisit, over the course of one year, to reevaluate and staff was directed to work with cities on temporary events.
4. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY
a. Sugar Bowl Academy Relocation Rezone – Conducted a Public Hearing
1. Adopted the Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Sugar Bowl Academy Relocation Rezoning Project, and
2. Ordinance 5081-B adopted to Rezone from O (Open Space) Zoning District to RF-B-X-Ds 2 ac. Min (Residential Forest, combining minimum Building Site of 2 acres, combining Design Sierra) on a 2.32-acre portion of Assessor Parcel Number 069-070-045, and to Rezone from RF-DR (Residential Forest-combining Development Reserve) to O (Open Space) on a 2.32-acre portion of Assessor’s Parcel Number 069-070-043 to assure no net loss of open space with this project.
5. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY
a. Third Party Appeal/Planning Commission Approval of a Variance to Freestanding Sign Height (PVAA 20110304) - Lucky’s Travel Plaza
1. Accepted the applicant’s written withdrawal of Variance Application PVAA 20110304,
2. Voided the Planning Commission’s May 24, 2012 approval of a Variance to sign height, and
3. Denied the appeal filed by the Friends of the North Fork of the Planning Commission’s May 24, 2012 action as moot.
MOTION Holmes/Weygandt/Unanimous VOTE 4:0 (Uhler temporarily absent)
DEPARTMENT ITEMS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ACTION AS TIME ALLOWS
6. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES/PROCUREMENT – Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the following:
a. Public Works/Fleet
1. Approved the Use of a Cooperative Agreement with the California Emergency Management Agency 1122 Public Safety Procurement Program for the Purchase of Eleven (11) Chevrolet Tahoe Patrol Vehicles in the Aggregate Amount of $339,963.36, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting purchase orders and related documents.
7. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY/ENGINEERING & SURVEYING
a. Placer County Code Chapter 15 & 16/Early Building Permits
1. Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, amending Section 15.04.050 (Building Permits During Construction of Subdivision Improvements) and Section 16.16.050 (Final Map – Supplementary Documents) to address alternative means of providing project security requirements.
2. Determined that the proposed amendments to the Placer County Code are not subject to review under the California Environmental Quality Act review pursuant to Section 15061 (b) (3) where it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the activity discussed in this report may have a significant effect on the environment, and
8. COUNTY EXECUTIVE
a. Personnel/Placer Public Employees Organization Memorandum of Understanding and Placer County Code Updates:
1. Adopted the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Placer and the Placer Public Employee Organization for the General and Professional Units through December 31, 2013, and authorized the Chairwoman to sign.
2. Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, adjusting the compensation and employment terms for Placer Public Employee Organization represented, Management, Confidential, and Unclassified Non-management employees.
3. Un-Codified Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, adjusting salaries for Placer Public Employee Organization represented employees.
4. Approved two Resolutions 2012-191 and 2012-192, that eliminate the CalPERS Safety and Miscellaneous Employer Paid Member Contributions (EPMC) for PPEO represented employees, and extra help employees when applicable, effective December 15, 2012.
1. Provided direction to staff on preparation of the FY 2012-13 Final Budget, following August 16-17, 2012 Budget Workshop, as may be required. MOTION Holmes/Weygandt/Unanimous
c. Emergency Services/Homeowners Insurance Rates
1. Received a presentation from the County Fire Warden, Brad Harris, on the reasons behind increasing homeowners’ insurance rates in the area centered on the Christian Valley community.
9. FACILITY SERVICES
a. Side Hill Citrus Agricultural Conservation Easement Sierra Nevada Conservancy Grant Application Submittal
1. Resolution 2012-193 adopted authorizing the Community Development Resource Agency (CDRA) Director, or his designee, to submit an application for $325,000 to the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, Proposition 84 Preservation of Ranches and Agricultural Lands Grant Program (SNC) to assist in the acquisition of an Agricultural Conservation Easement (CE) on the 47-acre Side Hill property located in rural Lincoln and to execute any and all documents on behalf of the County necessary for said SNC application; and
2. Authorized commitment of up to $100,000 in net county cost ($75,000 from the Open Space Fund and $25,000 in equivalent in-kind services); and
3. Directed Facility Services’ staff, if the County is successful in securing grant funds, to prepare and return for Board approval of the CE and the Agreement of Purchase and Sale of the CE, and authorization to acquire the CE.
MOTION Weygandt/Holmes VOTE 3:2 (Duran/Uhler No)
10. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
a. Adult System of Care/Proclamation
1. Approved a proclamation proclaiming September 2012 as Mental Health, Alcohol, & Drug Addiction Recovery Month in Placer County.
b. Adult System of Care/Mental Health Managed Care Program
1. Approved a Contract with the California Department of Mental Health and the California Department of Health Care Services for the management of the Mental Health Managed Care program for Placer County from April 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012, including not to exceed total revenue amount of $11,034,054 (required Net County Cost match estimated at $2,550,000) and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign subsequent amendments up to a cumulative total of 10% of contract amount, consistent with the agreement’s subject matter and Scope of Work.
c. Children’s System of Care/Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services
1. Approved submission of an application for renewal of a Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Community Mental Health Services Block Grant for FY 2012-13 in the amount of $708,154 (no required County General Fund match), and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign the application and all documentation, reports, and certifications as required.
11. PUBLIC WORKS
a. Flood and Conservation Easements/Scilacci Farms Property
1. Resolution 2012-195 adopted authorizing the filing of a grant application with the State of California Department of Water Resources FloodSAFE Environmental Stewardship and Statewide Resources Office for up to $3,500,000 for acquisition of flood and conservation easements and habitat restoration on the Scilacci Farms property; and authorizing the Director of Public Works to execute all documents related to the grant.
2. Authorized a net county cost of up to $700,000 of Open Space Fund, or other sources that may present a funding opportunity, for a local 20 percent funding match should the grant award be approved.
b. Truckee River Watershed Water Quality Monitoring Plan Continued Implementation
1. Resolution 2012-196 adopted authorizing the Director of Public Works to negotiate, sign, and amend a contract with CDM Smith for the Truckee River Water Quality Monitoring Plan, up to an amount not to exceed $350,000 per year, funded by the Martis Valley Water Quality Monitoring CSA cost sharing agreements with Squaw Valley area permitees, with an estimated net county cost of $5,000 and Bear and Squaw Creek rapid assessment net county cost of $5,000 (Total annual of $6,777 County Road Fund and $3,333 General Fund) for the periods of FY 2012-13 to FY 2015-16.
12. COUNTY COUNSEL/CLOSED SESSION REPORT
(A) §54956.9 – CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL
1. Existing Litigation:
(a) Sergey Pautov v. County of Placer, et al., U.S.D.C. Eastern District Case No. 2:12-cv-01424-KJM-CKD – The Board heard a report and gave direction to Counsel.
(b) Ad-Hoc Committee, et al. v. County of Placer, et al., Placer County Superior Court Case No.: SCV-0029886 – The Board received a report.
(B) §54957.6 - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS – The Board discussed Labor Negotiations regarding the Deputy Sheriff’s Association.
(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.
a. FY 2012/2013 Property Tax Rates for Voter-Approved Indebtedness
1. Resolution 2012-188 adopted approving the FY 2012-13 property tax rates for voter-approved indebtedness, pursuant to Government Code Sections 29100 and 29106.
14. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
a. Approved minutes of July 23, 2012 and July 24, 2012.
b. Resolution 2012-187 adopted in support of the Placer County Stand Down.
15. COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS
a. CSA 28, Zone 165 Dry Creek Area Fire Service Community Advisory Committee
1. Approved the reappointment of Noe Fierros to Seat #2, Richard Glaser to Seat #5 and Terry Dee Webb to Seat #6, as requested by Supervisor Duran.
b. Auburn Veterans Memorial Hall Board of Trustees
1. Approved the FY 2012-13 term appointments of the Auburn Veterans Memorial Hall Board.
c. Foresthill Veterans Memorial Hall Board of Trustees
1. Approved the FY 2012-13 term appointments of the Foresthill Veterans Memorial Hall Board.
d. Loomis Veterans Memorial Hall Board of Trustees
1. Approved the FY 2012-13 term appointments of the Loomis Veterans Memorial Hall Board.
e. Veterans Advisory Council
1. Approved the appointment of Courtland Bradbury to Seat One, representing American Legion Post 84.
16. COUNTY EXECUTIVE
a. Grand Jury 2011-2012 Final Report
1. Authorized the Chair to sign a letter in response to the Placer County Grand Jury’s 2011-2012 Final Report on the Annual Inspection of the Placer County Juvenile Detention Facility.
b. Merit Increases
1. Approved merit increases for management employees pursuant to the Placer County Code, Chapter 3 process for step, or merit, increases.
17. COUNTY EXECUTIVE/EMERGENCY SERVICES
a. 2012 Emergency Management Performance Grant
1. Resolution 2012-189 adopted authorizing designated staff to execute for and on behalf of Placer County for all actions necessary to obtain funds in the 2012 Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG).
18. FACILITY SERVICES
a. Sabre City Park Improvements Project #4893
1. Approved a Budget Revision in the amount of $125,000 increasing revenues and expenditures for the Sabre City Park Improvements Project #4893 with no net county cost and funded by Park Dedication Fees from Recreation Area #13, Dry Creek-West Placer.
b. Colfax Regional Park Splash Play Area
1. Approved a non-monetary Amendment #1 to Agreement #13075 with the City of Colfax to change the scope from constructing a swimming pool to constructing a children’s splash play area at the Colfax Regional Park, with no change to original funding from Park Dedication Fees, Recreation Area #2, City of Colfax, and no net county cost; and
2. Authorized the Chair to execute the Amendment on behalf of the Board.
c. Tahoe City Golf Course Acquisition
1. Approved Amendment #1 to Agreement #13100 with the Tahoe City Public Utility District for the Homewood Bike Trail shifting $200,000 in Park Dedication Fees from Recreation Area #2, Tahoe City Public Utility District, toward acquisition of the Tahoe City Golf Course, resulting in no net county cost; and,
2. Authorized the Chair to execute the Amendment on behalf of your Board.
a. Civil Service Commission - Recommendation from the Civil Service Commission regarding the Chief District Attorney Investigator classification and a recommendation from the Personnel Department and the District Attorney’s Office for salary adjustments to the Supervising District Attorney Investigator and the Chief District Attorney Investigator classifications.
1. Ordinance introduced, first reading waived, placing the classification of the Chief District Attorney Investigator into the unclassified service in accordance with the Civil Service Commission recommendation; implement an approximate five percent (5%) salary grade increase for the classification of Chief District Attorney Investigator; and implement an approximate five percent (5%) salary grade increase for the classification of Supervising District Attorney Investigator.
2. Approved the classification specification for the Chief District Attorney Investigator.
20. 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. Administrative Services/Telecom Radio
1. Approved an agreement with Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth P.L.C., Washington D.C., to research, prepare and advocate a waiver extending the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) deadline for the transitioning of public safety radio frequencies to Narrowband operations in support of the Countywide Radio Project, in an amount not to exceed a net County cost of $8,000, and authorized the Director of Administrative Services and the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting agreement and take all other actions necessary to complete the waiver process.
b. Administrative Services/I.T
1. Approved the purchase from Entisys Solutions Inc. of Murray Hill, NJ for additional CommVault Data Storage software licenses for the County’s Enterprise Data Network, in the amount of $122,272 funded by IT Data and System access charges which are budgeted net County costs, for the period of FY 2012-13, and authorize the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting Purchase Order.
21. PUBLIC WORKS
a. Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project/PSA Contract #1120:
1. Resolution 2012-190 adopted acknowledging CH2M Hill as the highest rated proposer to provide construction management services for the Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project estimated to cost $4 million.
2. Authorized the Chair to sign and approve, with County Counsel’s and Risk Management’s review and approval, the first phase of Professional Services Agreement (PSA) No. 1120 with CH2M Hill for construction management, inspection, and testing services of the Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project in the amount of $175,000.
3. Authorized the Director of Public Works to approve and sign future amendments up to $17,500.
b. Tahoe Area Regional Transit (TART) FY 2012-13 CNG Fueling Station:
1. Approved a Budget Revision and Master Fixed Asset List amendment in the amount of $8,500, for the purpose of overhauling a compressor at the TART Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling station to Account 4151, Buildings and Improvements, in the TART Budget, for a total of $36,000.
a. Information Technology Services
1. Approved Change Order #1, of Blanket Purchase Order #9358, with TEKsystems Inc. of Rancho Cordova, for information technology services, increasing the amount by $120,000, for a revised budgeted net county cost of $245,000, for the period of January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2012, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting Change Order.
b. Aircraft Fuel
1. Approved Change Order #1 of Blanket Purchase Order #18706, with Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) in San Antonio, Texas for aircraft fuel, increasing the amount by $40,000, for a revised net county cost of $115,000 which will be offset with funding from the Marijuana Suppression and Drug Enforcement grants, for the period of June 1, 2011 through May 31, 2013, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting Change Order.
***End of Consent Agenda***
ADJOURNMENT – Next regular meeting is Tuesday, September 11, 2012.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ 2012 MEETING SCHEDULE:
September 11, 2012
September 25, 2012
October 9, 2012
October 22, 2012 (Tahoe)
October 23, 2012 (Tahoe)