Phil Serna – District 1 (Vice Chair)

Patrick Kennedy – District 2 (Chair)

Susan Peters – District 3

Sue Frost – District 4

Don Nottoli – District 5 

 

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AGENDA

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

700 H STREET SUITE 1450

SACRAMENTO, CA 95814

 

TUESDAY                               August 20, 2019         9:30 AM AND 2:00 PM

 

 

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 two minutes per person and not more than fifteen minutes for a particular subject.

 

The public may sign up to speak to the Board by completing a speaker request form located at the back of the chambers and submitting it to the Clerk of the Board.

 

The meeting is videotaped and cablecast live on Metrocable 14 on the Comcast, Consolidated Communications and AT&T U-Verse 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. This meeting is also broadcast live on KUBU radio on 96.5 FM.  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.

 


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

 

 

 

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 Page 11 Through 13 For Further Information)

First 5 Sacramento Commission

Sacramento County Youth Commission

 

 

Section I - Consent Matters

(Items 1 - 43)

 

 

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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)

 

 

COUNTY EXECUTIVE

 

 

2.

Authorize The Director Of Airports To Negotiate And Execute The Agreement For Baggage Handling System Operation And Maintenance Services Between The County Of Sacramento And Daifuku Airport Technologies Doing Business As Elite Line Services At Sacramento International Airport For A Maximum Amount Of $13,017,537 (Airports)

Supervisorial District(s):  Serna

 

 

3.

Authorize The Department Of The Clerk Of The Board To Become A Passport Acceptance Facility (Clerk of the Board)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

4.

Authorization To Appoint Steven L. Hartwig As Deputy County Executive – Public Works And Infrastructure (County Executive)

Supervisorial District(s): All

 

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES

 

 

5.

Approval Of Retroactive Revenue Agreement No. 18-0696-000-SA With The California Department Of Food And Agriculture To Reimburse Costs Of The Industrial Hemp Cultivation Program Up To $2,000 For The Period Of April 30, 2019 Through June 30, 2020 (Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

6.

Introduce An Ordinance Amending Title 3, Chapter 3.30, Section 3.30.010, Of The Sacramento County Code Relating To Miscellaneous Finance Tax Collection Fees; Waive Full Reading And Continue To September 10, 2019 For Adoption (Finance)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

7.

Approval To Amend The Fee Structure For Business Licenses Pursuant To The Provisions Of Title 4, Chapter 4.02 Of The Sacramento County Code; Introduce Ordinance Amending Title 2, Chapter 2.01, Section 2.01.016, Relating To Fictitious Business Name Statement Fees; Waive Full Reading And Continue To September 10, 2019 For Adoption (Finance)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

8.

Approve Extension Of Contracts For Countywide On-Site Interpretation And Document Translation Services For The Period Of October 1, 2019 Through March 31, 2020 (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

9.

Retroactive Authorization For The Purchasing Agent To Execute The Agreements For Janitorial Services And Extension Of Current Contracts For The Period Of August 1, 2019 Through September 30, 2019 (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

10.

Contract No. 4435, “Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center Fire Alarm System Upgrade Phase 2 Project,” Bids To Be Received On October 3, 2019; Environmental Document: Exempt (Control Number: PLER2019-00053) (General Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

11.

Authorize The Purchasing Agent To Execute Amendments To The Agreements For Temporary Clerical Services With Act 1 Personnel Services And HR Management Corp., Inc., Extending The Term Of Each Agreement By Six Months Through February 29, 2020 (Personnel Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES

 

 

12.

Authority To Execute An Expenditure Contract In An Amount Not To Exceed $200,000 With HopSkipDrive, Inc., To Provide On-Demand Transportation Services For Foster Youth (Child, Family, and Adult Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

13.

Retroactive Authority To Amend The California Department Of Resources Recycling And Recovery Waste Tire Enforcement Grant From The Estimated Amount Of $320,000 To The Estimated Amount Of $450,000 For Fiscal Years 2018-2019 Through 2022-2023 (Environmental Management)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

14.

Retroactive Authority To Execute Agreements With The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District And The City Of Sacramento Fire Department To Provide Continued Support Of Hazardous Materials Emergency Response For Fiscal Years 2018-19 Through 2020-21 (Environmental Management)  

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

15.

Authorization To Accept Donation Of Incident Response Equipment To The Environmental Management Department From Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (Environmental Management)  

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

16.

Retroactive Authority To Execute Agreements With The Cities Of Elk Grove, Galt, Citrus Heights, Rancho Cordova, Folsom, And The Sacramento Area Sewer District/Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District To Receive Continued Support Of Hazardous Materials Emergency Response For Fiscal Year 2018-19 Through 2020-21 With Possible Extension To Fiscal Year 2021-22 And 2022-23 (Environmental Management)  

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

17.

Authority To Execute A Retroactive Three-Year Revenue Agreement With The California Department Of Public Health, Office Of AIDS In The Amount Of $75,000 Beginning July 1, 2019 Through June 30, 2022, For HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Assistance Program Enrollment Site Services, And Execute A Retroactive Multi-Year Revenue Agreement With The California Department Of Public Health, Office Of AIDS In The Amount Of $500,000 Beginning July 1, 2019 Through December 31, 2021, For HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Assistance Program Clinical Provider Services (Health Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

18.

Authority To Execute A Retroactive One-Year Revenue Agreement With Nurse-Family Partnership In The Amount Of $75,000, For the Term Beginning July 1, 2019 And Ending June 30, 2020, For Nurse Home Visiting Program Services (Health Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

19.

Authority To Execute A Revenue Agreement With River City Medical Group, Inc., In The Amount Of $25,000 For The Women, Infants And Children Program, To Provide Lactation Services To Medi-Cal Clients (Health Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

20.

Retroactive Authority To Execute A Continuous Revenue Agreement With Express Scripts, Inc., And Enter Into Continuous Revenue Agreements With Any Other Pharmacy Benefits Manager Or Prescription Drug Plan (Health Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

21.

Authority To Enter Into A Multi-Year Revenue Agreement With The California Department Of Public Health In The Amount Of $15,253,707 For Federal Fiscal Years 2019–20 Through 2021-22 To Fund The Women, Infants And Children Program (Health Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

22.

Authority To Execute A Multi-Year Revenue Agreement In The Amount Of $100,000 With Healthy Community Forum For The Greater Sacramento Region, Doing Business As, Sacramento Covered, For Pathways To Health + Home, To Provide Triage And Clinical Support (Health Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

23.

Authority To Redirect $864,000 In CalWORKs Housing Support Program Funding; And Amend Existing Property Related And Tenant Services Contracts In The Flexible Housing Pool To Include CalWORKs Housing Support Program Funding Effective August 20, 2019 (Human Assistance)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

24.

Authorization To Approve The Assignment Of The Maintenance And Operations Agreement With DXC Technology Services, LLC; The Management Services Agreement For The Welfare Client Data Systems Board Of Directors And The California Work Opportunity And Responsibility To Kids Information Network System With The California State Association Of Counties; And The Quality Assurance Services Agreement With Infosys Public Systems, Inc., From The Department Of Human Assistance To The California Statewide Automated Welfare System Consortium, Effective September 1, 2019 (Human Assistance)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

LAW AND JUSTICE

 

 

25.

Authorization To Accept Board Of State And Community Corrections Youth Reinvestment Grant Funds In The Amount Of $1,000,000 For The Term Of July 1, 2019 Through February 8, 2023 (Probation)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

26.

Authorize The Chief Probation Officer To Execute An Agreement With Stanford Youth Solutions To Provide Juvenile Justice Intervention Treatment Services In The Amount Of $3,515,100 For The Term Of August 20, 2019 Through June 30, 2022 (Probation)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

27.

Authorize The County Purchasing Agent To Execute Contract WA00038458 With Fenton Transcription, LLC, In The Annual Amount Of $350,000 To Provide Transcription Services For The Sacramento Sheriff’s Office For The Term Of September 1, 2019 Through August 31, 2022 (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

28.

Authorization To Execute An Agreement With Los Rios Community College District For Instructional Services In The Amount Of $30,000 For The Period Of September 1, 2019 Through August 31, 2020 (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

29.

Approval Of Contract Award With REDFLEX Traffic Systems, Inc., For Provision Of A Red Light Photo Enforcement System For A Two-Year Term In The Amount Of $1,797,000, Effective Upon Execution, And Authorization To Execute A Memorandum Of Understanding With The City Of Sacramento For Operation And Management Of The Red Light Photo Enforcement System Within The Incorporated Limits Of The City Of Sacramento For A Two-Year Period Effective Upon Execution (Continued From August 6, 2019; Item No. 22) (Sheriff)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

UNINCORPORATED COUNTY

 

 

30.

Authorize A Retroactive Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Provider Agreement With Counterpointe Energy Solutions Effective January 1, 2018 (Development and Code Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

31.

Contract No. 4375, “Mather Airport General Aviation Apron Rehabilitation,” Final Contract Acceptance (Development and Code Services)

Supervisorial District(s): Nottoli

 

 

32.

Authorize Three Metro Air Park Public Facilities Financing Plan Agreements For Payment Of Interim Development Impact Fees For Four Parcels Within The Metro Air Park Development (Development and Code Services)

Supervisorial District(s): Serna

 

 

33.

Adopt Ordinance Amending Certain Sections Of Chapter 16.81, Title 16 Of The Sacramento County Code Relating To The North Vineyard Station Specific Plan Development Impact Fee Program 2019 Update (Waived Full Reading And Continued From August 6, 2019; Item No. 39) (Development and Code Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

34.

PLNP2019-00191. Extend Interim Ordinance, Section 1631 of the Sacramento County Code To Continue To Declare A Temporary Moratorium On The Cultivation Of Industrial Hemp Within The Unincorporated County Of The County Of Sacramento, And A Resolution Of Initiation To Amend The Zoning Code Of The County Of Sacramento.  Applicant: County Of Sacramento. Environmental Determination: Exempt (Planning and Environmental Review)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

35.

Authority To Execute Agreement With Kris Gudel Doing Business As Gudel Cattle Company And Jim Vietheer Doing Business As H.A.V.E. Angus For The Private Use Agricultural Lease For A Period Commencing Upon Execution Through August 2024 (Regional Parks)

Supervisorial District(s):  Nottoli

 

 

36.

Approve The Filing Of Grant Application For Funding In An Amount Not To Exceed $250,000 From California Department Of Water Resources, Urban Stream Restoration Project For The Steelhead Creek Restoration Project Plan (Regional Parks)

Supervisorial District(s): Serna

 

 

37.

Authority To Execute Agreement No. 81541 In The Amount Of $1,960,623 For Commercial Waste Building Design At The North Area Recovery Station With Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., Effective Upon Date Of Execution Through June 30, 2022 (Waste Management and Recycling)

Supervisorial District(s):  Peters

 

 

38.

Authorize The Director Of Water Resources And The Director Of Transportation To Enter Into An Easement Reservation Agreement With Granite Construction Company (Water Resources)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

COUNTY COUNSEL

 

 

39.

Resolution Acknowledging Termination Of The Joint Exercise Of Powers Agreement Creating The Delta Counties Home Mortgage Finance Authority, Authorizing The Auditor And Treasurer Of The Authority To Distribute Authority Assets To Authority Members In Proportion To Each Member's Contribution (County Counsel)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

 

40.

Resolution Proclaiming September 2019 As Alcohol And Drug Recovery Month

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

41.

Resolution Honoring Patty Kleinknecht On The Occasion Of Her Retirement From The River District Property And Business Improvement District

Supervisorial District(s):  Serna

 

 

42.

Ratification Of Appointments And Reappointments For The Building Board Of Appeals (Continued From August 6, 2019; Item No. 35):

 

Reappoint Paul Menard, Seat 1, General Public Member (Incumbent)

Reappoint Jia Wang-Connelly, Seat 2, General Public Member (Incumbent)

Appoint Steve Carlson, Seat 3, General Public Member

Appoint Robin Rasmussen, Seat 8, Building Official And Ex-Officio

 

 

43.

APPOINTMENTS:

 

Sunrise Recreation and Park District

            Elizabeth Gray

 

 

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

 

 

44.

9:30 AM -- Presentation Of Resolution Honoring Patty Kleinknecht On The Occasion Of Her Retirement From The River District Property And Business Improvement District

Supervisorial District(s):  Serna

 

 

45.

9:30 AM -- Presentation Of Resolution Proclaiming September 2019 As Alcohol And Drug Recovery Month

Supervisorial District(s):  All

 

 

46.

9:30 AM -- Presentation Of Broadway Sacramento’s Community Night Benefitting Non-Profit Organizations In The Sacramento Region

Supervisorial District(s):  Kennedy

 

 

HEARING MATTERS

 

 

47.

9:45 AM -- Child Protective Services Oversight Committee’s 2018 Annual Report (Child, Family and Adult Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

Impact Area(s):  Countywide

 

 

48.

10:00 AM -- Department Of Child, Family And Adult Services Response To The Child Protective Services Oversight Committee 2018 Annual Report (Child, Family and Adult Services)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

Impact Area(s):  Countywide

 

 

THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WILL HOLD A CLOSED SESSION AS THE

AGENDA SCHEDULE PERMITS TO DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING:

SEE PAGE 13 FOR CLOSED SESSION ITEMS SCHEDULED

 

 

2:00 PM - CONSENT MATTERS HELD FROM THE MORNING SESSION FOR CONSIDERATION/DISCUSSION

 

 

49.

2:00 PM -- George Hills Annual Report Presentation (County Counsel)

Supervisorial District(s):  All

Impact Area(s):  Countywide

 

 

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

 

 

50.

BOARD TO CONSIDER NOMINATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING:

 

Cordova Community Planning Advisory Council

Developmental Disabilities Planning and Advisory Council

Disability Advisory Commission

Natomas Community Planning Advisory Council

Public Health Advisory Board

Sacramento County Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board

Sacramento County Mental Health Board

Sacramento County Youth Commission

Sacramento Environmental Commission

Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Commission

Sheriff’s Outreach Community Advisory Board

 

 

51.

COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMENTS

 

 

52.

SUPERVISOR COMMENTS, REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

 

Section IV - Miscellaneous Matters

 

 

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MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS ARE NON-ACTION

ITEMS LISTED FOR THE RECORD ONLY

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Communications Received And Filed In Accordance

With Resolution No. 83-1346

 

 

53.

Sacramento County Department Of Finance - Pooled Investment Fund And Non-Pooled Funds Review – June 2019

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

54.

Sacramento County Department Of Finance - Treasury Surprise Cash Count – June 4-5, 2019

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

55.

Sacramento County Department Of General Services - Semi-Annual Contracting Authority Report For Various Departments Pursuant To Sacramento County Code 2.61 For The Period Of January 1, 2019 Through June 30, 2019

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

56.

State Of California Department Of Highway Patrol - Hazardous Material Incident Report Regarding Spilling Of Diesel Fuel On July 17, 2019 On Arden Way, Sacramento

(Copies To Each Board Member)

 

 

APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING VACANCIES MAY BE OBTAINED

IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,

SUITE 2450, COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 700 H STREET,

SACRAMENTO; IN THE CENTRAL LIBRARY, 828 I STREET; ANY BRANCH

OF THE CITY/COUNTY LIBRARY OR MAY BE ACCESSED THROUGH THE

CLERK OF THE BOARD’S WEBSITE AT

http://www.sccob.saccounty.net/pages/boards.html

 

 

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 FIVE seats to be filled TWO due to the expired terms of community member representatives S. Moak and B. Hassett and THREE due to the current expired terms of community member representative, T. Jones and alternate members L. Johnson and S. Wirtz all of whom are eligible for reappointment upon receipt of a new application.  Application filing period will be from 8/26/19 to 9/6/19 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 9/10/19.  For further information concerning the functions of this commission, please contact Gail Syputa at (916) 876-5875.

 

PERSONS APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SHALL

BE REQUIRED TO FILE A FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

AND TAKE A TWO-HOUR ETHICS TRAINING COURSE FOR

LOCAL OFFICIALS

 

 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY YOUTH COMMISSION

 

The purpose of this commission is to advise the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to youth issues.  At the time of appointment, applicants shall be no more than 18 years old.  There are THREE seats to be filled due to the expiring terms of A. Jun (District 1 nomination), S. Tsang (District 2 nomination) and A. Claire (District 5 nomination) all whom are eligible for reappointment upon the receipt of a new application. Application filing period will be from 8/26/19 to 9/6/19 and will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on 9/10/19.  For further information concerning the functions of this commission, please contact Stephanie Shanks at (916) 874-9547.

 

 

CLOSED SESSION

 

 

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

(Government Code §54956.9(b))

 

Two Potential Cases

 

 

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION

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

 

Lorenzo Mays, et al. v. County of Sacramento

(United States District Court, Eastern District Case No. 2:18-at-01259)

 

Angela Henao v. County of Sacramento

(Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2016-00199844)

 

 

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-INITIATION OF LITIGATION

(Government Code Section 54956.9(d))

 

Martin v. City of Boise

(920 F.3d 548 (9th Cir. 2019) – Request to file amici curiae brief