Phil Serna – District 1 (Vice Chair)

Jimmie Yee – District 2 (Chair)

Susan Peters – District 3

Roberta MacGlashan – District 4

Don Nottoli – District 5 

 

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AGENDA

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

700 H STREET SUITE 1450

SACRAMENTO, CA 95814

 

TUESDAY                                  May 13, 2014                                    9:30 AM

 

 

The Board meets simultaneously as the Board of Supervisors and as the governing board of all special districts having business heard this date.

 

The Board of Supervisors welcomes and encourages participation in the meetings.  At the outset of an item the Chair of the Board will announce the maximum amount of time per speaker that will be allowed for presentation of testimony. 

 

Matters under the jurisdiction of the Board and not on the posted agenda may be addressed by the public following completion of regular business.  The Board limits testimony on matters not on the posted agenda to five minutes per person and not more than fifteen minutes for a particular subject.

 

Speaker slips are available on the Clerk of the Board’s Website and located in the back of the Board chambers and should be completed and submitted to the Clerk of the Board.

 

The meeting is videotaped and cablecast live on Metrocable 14 on the Comcast and SureWest Cable Systems.  It is closed captioned for hearing impaired viewers and webcast live at http://www.saccounty.net. There will be a rebroadcast of this meeting on Friday at 6:00 p.m. A DVD copy will be available for checkout through the County Library System seven to ten days following the meeting.

 

The on-line version of the agenda and associated materials are posted for your convenience at http://www.saccounty.net. Some documents may not be posted on-line because of their size and/or format (maps, site plans, and renderings).  As they become available, hard copies of all documents are available at the Clerk of the Board’s Office, 700 H Street, Room 2450.

 

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Meeting facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities.  Requests for interpreting services, assistive listening devices or other considerations should be through the Clerk of the Board's office by calling (916) 874-5411 (voice) and CA Relay Services 711 (for the hearing impaired), no later than five working days prior to the meeting.

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THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WILL TAKE A

LUNCH BREAK BETWEEN 12:00 PM AND 2:00 PM

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

 

CLERK TO ANNOUNCE VACANCIES TO THE FOLLOWING:

 

(Please See Pages 18 Through 22 For Further Information)

Adult and Aging Commission

First 5 Sacramento Commission

In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee

Local Child Care Planning and Development Council

Sacramento Environmental Commission

Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission

South Sacramento Area Community Planning Advisory Council

Vineyard Area Community Planning Advisory Council

 

Section I - Consent Matters

(Items 1 -66)

 

 

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THE CONSENT MATTERS ARE ACTED UPON AS ONE UNIT

IF AN ITEM IS TAKEN OFF THE CONSENT CALENDAR FOR

DISCUSSION IT WILL BE HEARD AT 2:00 PM

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1.

Approval Of Outstanding Vendor Claims/Invoices Received

(Clerk of the Board)

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE

 

 

2.

Execute The First Amendments To The Food And Beverage Concession Agreements With Host International, Inc. And Taste, Inc. In Terminal B, And Authorize The Director Of Airports To Adjust The Leased Premises For Concessionaires In Terminal A And B At Sacramento International Airport (Airports)

Supervisorial District(s):  Serna

 

 

3.

Appropriation Adjustment Request Moving $259,000 From Salaries And Benefits To Service And Supplies And Fixed Assets (AAR No. 2014-2044) (Assessor)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

4.

Accept Grant Award From California Office Of Emergency Services For 2013 Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Program (District Attorney)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

5.

Retroactive Authorization To Apply For And Accept $30,000 In Reducing Racial And Ethnic Disparity (RED) 2014 Support Project Funding Through The Board Of State And Community Corrections (Probation)  

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

6.

Memorandum Of Understanding With The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District For Reimbursement Of The Cost Of Computer Voice Stress Analysis Examinations For The Period Of July 1, 2014 Through June 30, 2015 (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

7.

Authorization To Accept Retroactive Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Grant Funding In The Amount Of $5,759 From The California Office Of Emergency Services (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

8.

Revenue Agreement With The City Of Isleton For Law Enforcement Services For The Period Of July 1, 2014 Through June 30, 2015 (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

9.

Retroactive Authorization To Apply For Abandoned Watercraft Abatement Funds From The California Division Of Boating And Waterways In The Amount Of $80,000 And Authority To Accept The Funding When Awarded (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

10.

Authorization To Apply For High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area 2015 Base Budget Grant Funding In The Anticipated Amount Of $3,060,000 From The Executive Office Of The President, Office Of National Drug Control Policy (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

11.

Plan For The Continuation Of The Citizen’s Option For Public Safety Program For Fiscal Year 2013-14 (Sheriff/District Attorney)

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

12.

Authorization To Execute Agreement With Sean Alexander Marine Services For Removal Of Abandoned Watercraft And Navigational Hazards In The Amount Of $85,000 For The Period Of May 14, 2014 Through January 14, 2016 (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

13.

Authorization For The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department To Be Designated As The Entity To Assist Sacramento County Jail Inmates With Their Application For A Health Insurance Affordability Program And To Act On Behalf Of The Sacramento County Jail Inmates For Purposes Of Applying For Medi-Cal Coverage (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

14.

Adopt The Ordinance To Amend Sacramento County Code Relating To The Prohibition Of Aggressive And Intrusive Solicitation; (Waived Full Reading Of The Ordinance And Continued From April 22, 2014, Item No. 67) (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS OF COUNTYWIDE SERVICES

 

 

15.

Approval Of Retroactive Revenue Agreement No. 13-0529-SF To Fully Reimburse Costs Of The European Grapevine Moth Trapping Program For The Period February 1, 2014 Through August 31, 2014 (Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures)

Supervisorial District(s): Nottoli

 

 

16.

Fiscal Year 2014-15 Revenue Contracts (Health and Human Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

17.

Authorization To Increase The Fiscal Year 2013-14 Contract With Bridges Professional Treatment Services, Inc. By $220,000 (Health and Human Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

18.

Authorization To Execute Expenditure Contracts For Short Term Counseling Services (Health and Human Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS OF INTERNAL SERVICES

 

INTERNAL SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS

 

 

19.

Agreement With MGT Of America, Inc. To Provide Sacramento County With State-Mandated Cost Claim Services And Incorrect Reduction Claim Services (Finance)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

20.

Contract With The Accounting Firm Of Vavrinek, Trine, Day and Co., LLP, To Provide Sacramento County With Independent Auditing Services (Finance)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

21.

Authorize The Execution Of A Ground Lease With The Los Rios Community College District For Vehicle Parking On County-Owned Property Located At The Northeast Corner Of Watt Avenue And Poplar Boulevard In North Highlands (APN 218-0281-001, Portion) Environmental Document:  Exemption (Control No. 2011-70007) (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  Peters

 

 

22.

Authorize Lease Agreement No. 1811 For The Department Of Human Assistance At 2101 Arena Boulevard In The City Of Sacramento, Environmental Document:  Exemption (Control No. PLER2014-00018) (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s): Serna

 

 

23.

Authorize The Execution Of Quitclaim Deeds And Easements For Sewer From The County Of Sacramento To The Sacramento Area Sewer District And The Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District For Conveyance Of Real Property Containing Sewer Facilities Located In Various Areas Of The County (Multiple APNs) Environmental Document: Exemption (Control No. PLER2014-00001) (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

24.

Authorize County Purchasing Agent To Execute Retroactive Contracts For Handyman Services, Increase Contract Authority And Extend Contract Terms To June 5, 2015 (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

 

 

25.

Approve Contract Extensions With The Law Offices Of Bradford And Barthel; Cuneo, Black, Ward And Missler; Hanna, Brophy, MacLean, McAleer And Jensen; Laughlin, Fablo, Levy And Moresi; Lenahan, Lee, Slater And Pearse; And Twohy, Darneille And Frye For The Continuation Of Workers’ Compensation Legal Defense Services (Personnel Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

INTERNAL SERVICES CONTRACT ACTIONS

 

 

26.

Contract No. 4098, “White Rock Road Improvement Project Grant Line Road To Prairie City Road,” Approve Change Order No. 2, An Increase Of $355,088.75, No Additional Working Days (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s): Nottoli

 

 

27.

Contract No. 4166, “Gateway 5A - Dudley Boulevard Improvements,” Approve Change Order No. 3, An Increase Of $79,142.39, 26 Additional Working Days; And Final Contract Acceptance (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  Serna

 

 

28.

Contract No. 4183, “White Rock Dump Closure Dump-1 And Dump-2,” Adopt Resolution For Additional Work Over The Change Order Limit And Approve Change Order No. 2, An Increase Of $268,290.21, 30 Additional Working Days (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES

 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS

 

 

29.

Contract No. 4217, "Curb, Gutter And Sidewalk Replacement Project 2014", Bids To Be Received On June 5, 2014; Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption (Control No. 2013-70114) (Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

30.

Contract No. 4228, “Mather Boulevard Bicycle Trail Repairs Project,” Bids To Be Received On June 12, 2014; Environmental Determination: Categorical  Exemption (Control No. 2013-70092) (Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s): Nottoli

 

 

31.

Contract No. 4229, “Anna Kirchgater Elementary School Safe Routes To School Project,” Bids To Be Received On June 12, 2014; Environmental Document: Categorical Exemption (Control No. 2012-70095) (Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

32.

Contract No. 4218, "Kiefer Landfill Module 1, Phase 2 Final Cover," Bids To Be Received On June 26, 2014; Previously Approved MMRP (Control Nos. 91-PWE-0318 and 91-PWE-0319) (Waste Management and Recycling)

Supervisorial District(s): Nottoli

 

 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS

 

 

33.

Sacramento County Landscape Maintenance District, Zone 4 – Adopt Resolution Ordering The Preparation Of The Annual Engineer’s Report; Approve Engineer’s Report; And Adopt Resolution Of Intention To Levy And Collect Annual Assessments (Sets Public Hearing For July 15, 2014, At 10:30 AM) (Community Development)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

34.

PLNP2011-00070.  Mishra Gathering Place (Indian Temple) Appeal Of The County Planning Commission Approval Of A Request For A Use Permit, Special Development Permit, Fence Deviation, And Design Review To Allow A Temple Used For Religious Gatherings And Social Events At 12735 Cherokee Lane, On The East Side Of Cherokee Lane, Approximately 225 Feet North Of The Intersection Of Cherokee Lane And Twin Cities Road, In The Southeast Community Appellant:  Southeast Community Planning Advisory Council; Applicant: CS Engineering.  APN: 152-0010-041; Environmental Document: Negative Declaration (Community Development) (Tentatively Granted The Appeal And Tentatively Denied The Use Permit, Special Development Permit, Fence Deviation And Design Review And Referred To Staff For Preparation Of Findings Of Fact And Continued From April 23, 2014, Item No. 1)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

35.

Resolution Of The Board Of Supervisors Revising Resolution 2014-0029 Establishing Hearing Dates And Procedures For Considering Proposed Amendments To The Sacramento County General Plan During Calendar Year 2014 (Community Development)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

 

36.

County Service Area No. 10 Benefit Zone No. 3 – File The Written Report Of Proposed Service Charges For Fiscal Year 2014-15; Set Public Hearing For June 10, 2014, At 10:00 AM; And Direct The Clerk To Publish Notice Of The Hearing  (Community Development/Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

37.

County Of Sacramento Metro Air Park Community Facilities District No. 2000-1 - Approve The Reallocation Of Funds From The Metro Air Park Community Facilities District No. 2000-1 Series 2007B Bond Acquisition And Construction Fund To The Interstate 5 And Metro Parkway Interchange Project (Community Development / Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s):  Serna

 

 

38.

"Widening Of Elk Grove-Florin Road Bridge At Elder Creek," Third Amendment To Agreement With Quincy Engineering, Inc. For Professional Engineering Services (Contract No. 93278) (Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

39.

Fourth Amendment To Agreement For South County Transit Link Sharing Of Responsibilities And Costs With The City Of Galt (Contract No. 70429) (Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

40.

Approve Agreement For Rancho Murieta Oak Tree Fund - "Stonehouse Park Expansion Project," With The Rancho Murieta Association For Planting Of Mitigation Trees (Contract No. 81353) (Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s): MacGlashan

 

 

41.

"Franklin Boulevard Bridge Replacement At Lost Slough", Second Amendment To Agreement With Quincy Engineering, Inc. For Professional Engineering Services (Contract 81287) (Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s): Nottoli

 

 

42.

Approve First Amendment To Agreement With Mark Thomas And Company, Inc. For Alta Mesa Road Bridge Replacement At Laguna Creek (Contract No. 93940) (Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s): Nottoli

 

 

 

 

43.

Resolution Authorizing Application For Funding Under Section 5311 Of The Federal Transit Act For Federal Fiscal Year 2014 (Transportation)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

44.

North Vineyard Station Improvement Implementation Agreement With Sioukas Investments (Transportation/Community Development)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

45.

Approve Second Amendment To Agreement No. 81310 With Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc. For Household Hazardous Waste Transportation, Disposal, And Training Services (Retroactive) (Waste Management and Recycling)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

46.

Adopt Resolution In Support Of Participation In The Institute For Local Government’s Beacon Award Program (Waste Management and Recycling)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY WATER AGENCY

(Directors: R. MacGlashan, D. Nottoli, S. Peters, P. Serna, J. Yee)

 

 

47.

Approve Resolution Of Intention To Proceed With Projects And Levy Assessments Within Zone 13 Of The Sacramento County Water Agency For Fiscal Year 2014-15; Hearing Set For June 10, 2014 At 10:00 AM (Water Resources)  

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

48.

Approve Sterling Meadows Well Site 1 Project

Environmental Documentation:  Categorical Exemption

(Control No. 2014-70009) (Water Resources)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

49.

Approve Resolution To Execute A Funding Agreement With East Sacramento Ranch, LLC, For The Sacramento County Water Agency Zone 40 Water Supply Master Plan Amendment For The NewBridge Specific Plan Area

(Water Resources) 

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli, Yee

 

 

 

50.

Approve Funding Agreements With The City-County Office Of Metropolitan Water Planning In The Amount Of $877,314 For The Water Forum Successor Effort And The Habitat Management Element Of The Water Forum Agreement (Water Resources)

Supervisorial District(s): Nottoli

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

 

51.

Adopt The Ordinance Adding Chapter 6.88 To Title 6 Of The Sacramento County Code Relating To Outdoor Marijuana Cultivation (Waived Full Reading Of The Ordinance And Continued From April 22, 2014, Item No. 64); Directed Staff Report Back On May 28, 2014, With Recommendations To Permit Indoor Cultivation

Supervisorial District(s):  MacGlashan

 

 

52.

Resolution Of The Board Of Supervisors County Of Sacramento, State Of California, Honoring Edward R. Crouse Upon The Occasion Of His Retirement From The Rancho Murieta Community Services District

Supervisorial District(s):  MacGlashan

 

 

53.

Resolution Recognizing Carl Battaglia For His Service As A Senior Companion Volunteer

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

54.

Resolution To Commemorate The Creation Of A Cooperative Trade Partnership Between Chongqing China And Sacramento California

Supervisorial District(s):  Serna

 

 

55.

Resolution Honoring Award Winners Of Sacramento County History Day 2014

Supervisorial District(s)  Yee

 

 

56.

Resolution Proclaiming May 21, 2014, "World Diversity Day" In Sacramento County In Recognition Of The Departments Of Human Assistance (DHA) And Health And Human Services (DHHS) Civil Rights Advisory Groups (CAUCUSES) Service To Employees And Communities

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

57.

Resolution Of The Board Of Supervisors County Of Sacramento, State Of California, Proclaiming The Week Of May 18-24, 2014, As National Public Works Week "Building For Today, Planning For Tomorrow"

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

58.

Resolution Proclaiming May 19-25, 2014, As "Recreational Water Illness And Injury Prevention Week" In Sacramento County

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

59.

Resolution Honoring Robert Patrick Shirley Upon The Occasion Of His Earning The Rank Of Eagle Scout

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

60.

Resolution Honoring Joseph Caleb Krieg Upon The Occasion Of His Earning The Rank Of Eagle Scout

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

61.

Resolution Honoring Billy Teigh Valles Hernandez, Jr. Upon The Occasion Of His Earning The Rank Of Eagle Scout

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

62.

Resolution Proclaiming The Month Of May As "Bike Month" In Sacramento County

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

63.

Resolution In Appreciation For Thomas Hammer For His Contributions To The Sacramento Community

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

64.

Resolution Proclaiming May 18-24, 2014, As "Emergency Medical Services Week"

(Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

65.

Resolutions Recognizing Outstanding Seniors

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

66.

APPOINTMENTS

 

ASSESSMENT APPEALS BOARD (4/22/14, #69)

          Daniel Cripe

 

CHILDREN'S COALITION (4/22/14, #69)

          Ginger Swigart

 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (4/22/14, #69)

          Diane Telling-Rodriguez

 

 

Section II - Timed Matters

 

 

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TIMED MATTERS CANNOT BE ACTED UPON

BEFORE THE SET TIME, THEY WILL BE TAKEN

AS CLOSE TO THE TIME AS POSSIBLE

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PRESENTATIONS

 

 

67.

9:30 AM --Presentation Of Outstanding Senior Recognition Awards

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

68.

9:45 AM --  Presentation Of Resolution Proclaiming May 19-25, 2014, As "Recreational Water Illness And Injury Prevention Week" In Sacramento County

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

69.

9:45 AM -- Presentation Of Resolution Proclaiming The Month Of May As "Bike Month" In Sacramento County

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

70.

9:45 AM -- Presentation Of Signed Memorandum Of Understanding Between The County Of Sacramento And The County Of Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico On Trade And Investment

Supervisorial District(s):  MacGlashan

 

 

71.

10:00 AM -- Presentation Of Resolution Honoring Award Winners Of Sacramento County "History Day 2014"

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

72.

10:00 AM - Resolution Proclaiming May 21, 2014, "World Diversity Day" In Sacramento County In Recognition Of The Departments Of Human Assistance (DHA) And Health And Human Services (DHHS) Civil Rights Advisory Groups (CAUCUSES) Service To Employees And Communities

Supervisorial District(s):  Yee

 

 

73.

10:00 AM -- Presentation Of Resolution Recognizing "Public Works Week"   (Community Development)

 

 

HEARING MATTERS

 

 

74.

10:30 AM -- PLNP2013-00051.  Silver Springs Tentative Parcel Map And Abandonment.  Request To Create Three Lots From Approximately 3.1 Gross Acres On Property Zoned AR-1 Located At The Corner Of Palm Beach Drive And Polo Crosse Avenue In The Vineyard Community, And To Abandon A Temporary Drainage Easement.   Owner: J & L Properties.  APN: 122-0420-022.  Environmental Document:  Exempt (Community Development)

Supervisorial District(s): Yee

 

 

75.

11:00 AM -- Authorize The Director Of Regional Parks To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding With The American River Parkway Foundation To Rehabilitate Discovery Park (Regional Parks)  

Supervisorial District(s): Serna

 

 

76.

11:30 AM -- George Hills Annual Report  (Continued From April 8, 2014, Item No. 48) (County Counsel)

 

 

77.

11:45 AM -- Review Of Request For Rescission Of February 24, 2014 Tax Sale Of Assessor's Parcel No. 211-0070-032-0000  (Finance/Tax Collector)

 

 

THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WILL HOLD A CLOSED SESSION AS THE AGENDA SCHEDULE PERMITS TO DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING: SEE PAGE 16 FOR CLOSED SESSION ITEMS SCHEDULED

 

 

Section III - Separate Matters

 

 

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SEPARATE MATTERS WILL BE ACTED UPON

AS THE HEARING SCHEDULE PERMITS

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

 

78.

Appointments From Your Own Ranks To The First 5 Sacramento Commission

 

 

79.

BOARD TO CONSIDER NOMINATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING:

 

Adult and Aging Commission (4/22/14, #69)

Building Board of Appeals

Cemetery Advisory Commission (4/8/14, #55)

Civil Service Commission

Cordova Community Planning Advisory Council (4/8/14, #55)

Cosumnes Area Community Planning Advisory Council (4/8/14, #55)

Disability Advisory Commission

Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Advisory Board (4/22/14, #69)

Orangevale Community Planning Advisory Council (4/22/14, #69)

Public Health Advisory Board (4/8/14, #55)

Recreation and Park Commission

Rio Linda/Elverta Community Planning Advisory Council (4/8/14, #55)

Sacramento County Mental Health Board (4/8/14, #55)

Sacramento County Treasury Oversight Committee (4/8/14, #55)

Vineyard Area Community Planning Advisory Council (4/8/14, #55)

 

 

Section IV - Miscellaneous Matters

 

 

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MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS ARE NON-ACTION

ITEMS LISTED FOR THE RECORD ONLY

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Communications Referred To Departments In Accordance With

Resolution No.  83-1346

 

 

80.

Cordova Recreation & Park District - Adopt Resolution 13/14-36 Calling For The November 4, 2014 General District Election; Consolidation With The Statewide Election; Notice Of Election; And Publication Of Notice Of Election

(Referred To Voter Registration And County Counsel For Processing)

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

 

 

81.

State Of California Public Utilities Commission - Notice Of Order Institution Rulemaking In R.14-03-016 To Consider Single Methodology To Calculate Remittance Under Municipal Surcharge Act

(Referred To County Counsel For Processing)

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

Communications Received And Filed In Accordance With

Resolution No. 83-1346

 

 

82.

County Of Tulare Board Of Supervisors - Message From A Broad Coalition Of Counties Concerning The Development Of A Balanced 2014 Water Bond

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

83.

Department Of The Interior U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service - Three California Amphibians To Get Federal Protections Under The Endangered Species Act

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

84.

Sacramento County Department Of Finance - Department Of Transportation, South County Transit Program Contract, July 1, 2012 To June 30, 2013

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

85.

Sacramento County Department Of Finance - Pooled Investment Fund Review – March 2014

(Copies To Each Board Member

 

 

86.

Sacramento County Department Of Finance - Report Of Receipts And Disbursements For March 2014

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

87.

Sacramento County Department Of Finance - Consolidated Utilities Billing And Service’s (CUBS) Cash Handling Review – March 2013

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

88.

Sacramento County Department Of Finance - Report Of Agreed-Upon Procedures For Treasurer's Pooled And Non-Pooled Cash And Investments For The Quarter Ended December 31, 2013

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

89.

Sacramento County Department Of Finance - Intra-Departmental Appropriation Adjustment Requests For Third Quarter Of Fiscal Year 2013-14

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

90.

Sacramento County Department Of Transportation - Contract No. 4196, “Asphalt Concrete Overlay Project 2014”, Award Of Bid To Martin Brothers Construction; Categorical Exemption (Control No. 2013-700103)

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

91.

Sacramento County Department Of Water Resources - Contract No. 4190, Rowena Way, Award Of Bid To CE Cox General Engineering

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

92.

Sacramento County Department Of Water Resources - Contract No. 4101 Kovanda Avenue Storm Drain Improvements, Award Of Bid To Dovler Company Inc

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

93.

Sacramento County Office Of Compliance - Annual Report On The County’s Identity Theft Prevention Program Also Known As The Fair And Accurate Credit Transaction (FACTA) Red Flags Rule Program

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

94.

Sacramento County Sheriff's Department - Booking And Jail Access Fee Rates For Fiscal Year 2014-2015

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

95.

State Of California Department Of Parks And Recreation - New Helvetia District Listing On The National Register Of Historic Places

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

CLOSED SESSION

 

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION

(Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1))

 

 

Rammel v. County of Sacramento (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-00158688)

 

Aerojet v. McDonnell Douglas Corporation et al. (United States District Court-Eastern District of California, Case. No. CV S 94-1862 WBS JFM)

 

 

LABOR NEGOTIATIONS

 

[Government Code Section 54957.6]

 

County Negotiator: Bradley Hudson

 

Employee Organization              

 

American Federation of State, County, and                  

Municipal Employees, Local 146 (Health Services)              

 

Association of Professional Engineers, County of Sacramento             

(Engineers & Architects Non-Supervisory & Supervisory)           

 

California Nurses Association (Non-Supervisory & Supervisory)        

 

Engineering Technicians & Technical Inspectors                  

(Engineering Technicians & Technical Inspectors)              

 

Law Enforcement Management Association                 

(Law Enforcement Management)                

 

Sacramento Area Rescue Fire Fighters, Local 522                

(Firefighters – Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting)            

 

Sacramento County Attorneys’ Association                  

(Non-Supervisory & Supervisory)               

 

Sacramento County Management Association              

(Attorney-Civil and Management)

 

Sacramento County Probation Association          

(Non-Supervisory)

 

Sacramento County Professional Accountants Association 

(Non-Supervisory)             

 

Sacramento-Sierra’s Building & Construction Trades Council     

(Building Trades)               

 

Service Employees International Union, Local 1021            

(Welfare Supervisory)                

 

Teamsters, Local 150                  

(General Supervisory)

 

United Public Employees, Local 1                  

(Office-Technical)

(Welfare Non-Supervisory)

 

Sacramento County Administrative Professionals                

(Administrative)

 

United Public Employees of California 792         

(Data Processing Professionals)

 

Sacramento County Probation Supervisors Association

(Supervising Probation Officers)

 

Unrepresented Employees

 

 

APPLICATIONS TO APPLY FOR THESE VACANCIES MAY BE OBTAINED IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS LOCATED AT 700 H STREET, SUITE 2450, SACRAMENTO, IN THE CENTRAL LIBRARY LOCATED AT 828 I STREET, SACRAMENTO, AT ANY BRANCH OF THE SACRAMENTO CITY OR COUNTY LIBRARY, OR MAY BE ACCESSED THROUGH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD’S WEBSITE AT http://www.sccob.saccounty.net/pages/boards.html

 

 

ADULT AND AGING COMMISSION

 

The purpose of the Commission is to serve as an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors on planning and policy issues relating to the elderly and dependent adults.  There is ONE general public seat to be filled due to the resignation of D. Tuttle (term expires 12/31/14).  Application filing period will be from 5/27/14 to 6/13/14 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 6/17/14.  For more information concerning the functions of this commission, please contact Charlene Draper at (916) 874-9775.

 

PERSONS APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SHALL BE REQUIRED

TO FILE A FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT, CATEGORY 3

 

 

FIRST 5 SACRAMENTO COMMISSION

 

The purpose of this commission is to implement the goals and objectives of the California Children and Families First Act of 1998 and to administer monies in Sacramento County Children and Families First Trust Fund.  This commission shall develop and administer local strategic plans that promote an integrated and comprehensive system of services to children from the prenatal stage through age five and their families.  The plan may address the following:  parental education and support services; availability and provision of high quality accessible and affordable child care; child health care programs emphasizing prevention and diagnostic screenings; and prenatal and postnatal maternal health care services.  Qualifications - The Board of Supervisors shall appoint members of the Commission from among recipients of project services included in the County strategic plan; educators specializing in early childhood development; representatives of local child care resource or referral agencies; representatives of a local organization for prevention or early intervention for families at risk; representatives of community-based organizations with the purposes of promoting and nurturing early childhood development; representatives of local school districts; and, representatives of local medical, pediatric or obstetric associations or societies. Any member appointed to the Commission shall reside or work in Sacramento County at the time of appointment and for the duration of his/her term.  Alternates shall meet the same criteria and qualifications as members appointed to the Commission.  There are TWO seats to be filled due to the current expired terms of alternate community member representatives C. Elliott and D. Sneeringer, both of whom are eligible for reappointment upon receipt of a new application.  Application filing period will be from 5/19/14 to 5/30/14 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 6/10/14.  For further information concerning the functions of this commission, please contact Toni Moore, Executive Director, at (916) 876-5867.

 

PERSONS APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SHALL BE REQUIRED

TO FILE A FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

 

IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE

 

The purpose of this committee is to make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors, The Public Authority, and other agencies regarding in-home supportive services.  There are TWO seats to be filled as follows:  ONE due to the expired term of consumer member representative F. Godoy and TWO due to the current expired term of consumer member representative L. Lee, who is eligible for reappointment upon receipt of a new application.  Application filing period will be from 5/19/14 to 5/30/14 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 6/10/14.  For further information concerning the functions of this committee, please contact

Deanna Jekayinfa at (916) 875-4057.

 

PERSONS APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SHALL BE REQUIRED

TO FILE A FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT, CATEGORY 3

 

 

LOCAL CHILD CARE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

 

The purpose of the Council is to provide a forum for the identification of local priorities for child care and the development of policies to meet local child care needs.  There are EIGHT seats to be filled due to the current expired terms of consumer representative L. Luong, child care provider representatives P. McFall and T. Tomasky, public agency representatives D. Lee and S. Hammer, community representative S. Chofla and agency discretion representatives T. Sanderson and M. Kurtz, all of whom are eligible for reappointment upon receipt of a new application.  Application filing period will be from 5/19/14 to 5/30/14 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 6/10/14.  For further information concerning the functions of this council, please contact Melinda Geiser at (916) 369-3315.

 

PERSONS APPOINTED TO THIS COUNCIL

SHALL BE REQUIRED TO FILE

A FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT WITH THE

LOCAL CHILD CARE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

 

 

SACRAMENTO ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION

 

The purpose of this commission is to advise the Board of Supervisors and City Council with respect to needs for effective implementation of an environmental management program and advise the Sacramento County Environmental Management Department in the formulation and implementation of its programs.  There is ONE seat to be filled due to the current expired term of D. Curran, who is eligible for reappointment upon receipt of a new application.  Application filing period will be from 5/19/14 to 5/30/14 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 6/10/14.  For further information concerning the functions of this commission, please contact

Val Siebal at (916) 875-8444.

 

PERSONS APPOINTED TO THIS COMMISSION

SHALL BE REQUIRED TO FILE

A FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT WITH THE

SACRAMENTO ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SACRAMENTO METROPOLITAN ARTS COMMISSION

 

The purpose of this commission is to foster and develop support for the fine and performing arts in the metropolitan area.  There are THREE seats to be filled as follows:  ONE due to the expired term of J. Nicolaus (District 5 nomination) and TWO due to the current expired terms of C. Shah (District 1 nomination) and C. Hastings (District 3 nomination), both of whom are eligible for reappointment upon receipt of a new application.  Application filing period will be from 5/19/14 to 5/30/14 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 6/10/14.  For more information regarding this commission, please contact Shelly Willis at (916) 808-3971.

 

PERSONS APPOINTED TO THIS COMMISSION

SHALL BE REQUIRED TO FILE

A FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT WITH THE

SACRAMENTO CITY CLERK’S OFFICE

 

 

SOUTH SACRAMENTO AREA COMMUNITY

PLANNING ADVISORY COUNCIL

 

The purpose of this council is to participate in the planning process and to review and propose community goals and objectives.  (This council is located within the boundaries of the 1st and 2nd Supervisorial Districts.)  There are TWO seats to be filled by residents of the area due to the expired terms of D. Lathrop (District 1 nomination) and S. Lathrop (District 1 nomination).  Application filing period will be from 5/19/14 to 5/30/14 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 6/10/14.  For further information concerning the functions of this council, please contact the

Board of Supervisors at (916) 874-5411.

 

PERSONS APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SHALL BE REQUIRED

TO FILE A FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT, CATEGORY 2

AND TAKE A TWO-HOUR ETHICS TRAINING COURSE FOR LOCAL OFFICIALS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VINEYARD AREA COMMUNITY PLANNING ADVISORY COUNCIL

 

The purpose of this council is to participate in the planning process and to review and propose community goals and objectives.  (This council lies within the boundaries of the 2nd and 5th Supervisorial Districts.)  There is ONE seat to be filled by a resident of the area due to the current expired term of T. Murphy (District 2 nomination).  Application filing period will from 5/19/14 to 5/30/14 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 6/10/14.  For further information regarding the functions of this council, please contact the Board of Supervisors at (916) 874-5411.

 

PERSONS APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SHALL BE REQUIRED

TO FILE A FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT, CATEGORY 2

AND TAKE A TWO-HOUR ETHICS TRAINING COURSE FOR LOCAL OFFICIALS