COUNTY OF PLACER
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013
Jack Duran, District 1, Vice Chairman David Boesch, County Executive
Robert Weygandt, District 2 Holly Heinzen, Chief Assistant County Executive Officer
Jim Holmes, District 3, Chairman Gerald O. Carden, County Counsel
Kirk Uhler, District 4 Ann Holman, Clerk of the Board
Jennifer Montgomery, District 5
County Administrative Center, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603
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FLAG SALUTE – Led by Gerald O. Carden, County Counsel.
STATEMENT OF MEETING PROCEDURES - Read by Clerk.
PUBLIC COMMENT – Angela Tahti, Executive Director PlacerArts, invited all to the Autumn Art Studios Tour this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
SUPERVISOR’S COMMITTEE REPORTS – Supervisor Montgomery attended an event in San Francisco by the US Green Building Association, where the Domus Project in Kings Beach was recognized. Supervisor Uhler advised of a meeting held yesterday where the San Juan Water Agency and the City of Roseville kicked off a campaign, save the lake, over concern of the Bay Delta Plan the Governor has drafted that would divert water out of the delta for use in Southern California.
1. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS/AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
1. Presentation of Resolution 2013-248 posthumously recognizing Wendy L. Bast for more than 24 years of service to the citizens of Placer County.
2. OFFICE OF EDUCATION
a. Williams School Report
1. Annual report on Williams Schools in Placer County presented by Gayle Garbolino-Mojica, County Superintendent of Schools.
3 HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES/CHILDREN’S SYSTEM OF CARE
a. Informational Update, Systems Management, Advocacy and Resource Team (S.M.A.R.T.)
1. Informational update on the Systems Management, Advocacy and Resource Team (S.M.A.R.T.) policy collaborative.
4. FACILITY SERVICES
a. Annexation of California American Water Property to County Service Area 28, Zone 173 – Dry Creek
1. Conducted a Public Hearing and Resolution 2013-257 adopted annexing the California American Water property, APN 023-221-051, located on the south side of Walerga Road, north of PFE Road in Roseville, into the boundaries of Placer County Service Area 28, Zone 173 – Dry Creek for the purpose of providing sewer service to their water tank booster station at no net County cost.
MOTION Duran/Weygandt/Unanimous VOTE 4:0 (Montgomery temporarily absent)
5. FACILITY SERVICES
a. Annexation of Whisper Creek Property to County Service Area 28, Zone 173 – Dry Creek
1. Conducted a Public Hearing and Resolution 2013-258 adopted annexing the Whisper Creek Subdivision properties, APN 023-260-002, 006, 007, and 017, located on the south side of PFE Road, west of Don Julio Boulevard in Roseville, into the boundaries of Placer County Service Area 28, Zone 173 – Dry Creek for the purpose of providing sewer service to a 104-lot development, at no net County cost.
MOTION Duran/Montgomery/Unanimous VOTE 4:0 (Uhler temporarily absent)
6. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY
a. Blackhawk Lane Rezone and Minor Land Division (20090218)
1. Conducted a Public Hearing and approved a rezone for the Blackhawk Lane Rezone and Minor Land Division project.
2. Adopted the Mitigated Negative Declaration, including the Mitigation Monitoring Program, for the Blackhawk Lane Rezone and Minor Land Division project.
3. Adopted Ordinance 5729-B to rezone Assessor Parcel Number(s): 064-270-022 from RF-B-X 160 acre minimum PD=0.05 (Residential Forestry, combining a minimum Building Site of 160 acres, combining Planned Residential Development of 0.05 units per acre) to RF-B-X 20 acre minimum (Residential Forestry, combining minimum Building Site of 20 acres).
7. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS/SHERIFF
1. Presentation of Resolution 2013-249 commending David Keyes for nearly 29 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
8. COUNTY EXECUTIVE
a. Public Safety Realignment (AB109) Update
1. Received an update on second year implementation of Placer County’s 2011 Public Safety Realignment (AB109) Plan.
9. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES/PROCUREMENT
a. Master Service Agreement, Administrative Services/I.T.
1. Authorized the Purchasing Manager to execute a Master Services Agreement in an amount not to exceed $2,000,000 with Cherry Road Corporation of Sacramento, CA for professional services necessary to enhance the functionality of the County’s ACORN Payroll & Personnel Management System. The Master Services Agreement will be for a period of three years with an option to extend for two additional one-year periods at the discretion of the County.
2. Authorized the Purchasing Manager to execute an initial work assignment with Cherry Road Corporation, with a budgeted net County cost of $195,869, to implement the ACORN System’s Employee Self-Service Functionality.
3. Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign all subsequent purchase orders for initiatives identified within the Master Services Agreement that have been properly budgeted and requisitioned.
10. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
1. Resolution 2013-250 adopted commending Dr. Richard J. Burton, M.D., M.P.H. for over 30 years of dedicated public service, and congratulate him on his retirement.
11. COUNTY CLERK/ELECTIONS
a. Funding for Voting Equipment
1. Resolution 2013-259 adopted authorizing the Clerk-Recorder-Elections Office to take any and all actions necessary to apply for a maximum of $520,860 under the state Voting Modernization Bond Act of 2002 (Proposition 41) and $127,965 under the federal Help America Vote Act of 2002 (Section 251 and 301 grants) for the purpose of funding the anticipated purchase of vote-by-mail ballot processing equipment, official ballot printing equipment and updated memory cards for current precinct ballot scanning equipment.
12. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES/ADULT SYSTEM OF CARE
a. Contract Amendments, California Psychiatric Transitions & Vista Pacifica Enterprises, Inc.
1. Approved contract amendments for mandated medically necessary mental health services for Placer County residents with the highest level of need for the contract term of July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2014, and authorized the Director of Health and Human Services to sign these amendments and approve subsequent amendments up to 10 percent of the total of each contract, consistent with the current agreements’ subject matter and scope of work:
a. Amend contract #CN005575 with California Psychiatric Transitions in the amount of $121,425 ($72,855 net County cost), for a revised total of $301,425, and
b. Amend contract #CN013237 with Vista Pacifica Enterprises, Inc. in the amount of $185,000 ($111,000 net County cost), for a revised total of $485,000.
b. Mental Health Services Act Annual Update
1. Adopted the Mental Health Services Act Fiscal Year 2013-14 Annual Update to the Placer Mental Health Services Act Program and Expenditure Plan.
a. Allocation Change, Physician (Pathologist)
1. Uncodified Allocation Ordinance amendment introduced, first reading waived, deleting one Sheriff’s Lieutenant and adding one Physician (Pathologist) in the Sheriff’s Support Services Division.
14. COUNTY COUNSEL/CLOSED SESSION REPORT:
(A) §54956.9 – CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL
1. Existing Litigation (Government Code §54956.9(d)(1):
(a) County of Placer v. Alison Lanman, Paul Lanman, et al., Placer County Superior Court Case No.: SCV0031192 – The Board heard a report and gave direction to Counsel.
(b) Susan M. Courtney v. County of Placer, et al., Placer County Superior Court Case No.: SCV0033253 – The Board heard a status report and gave direction to Counsel.
(c) Jonathan Lancaster v. Marshall Hopper, et al., Placer County Superior Court Case Nos.: SCV0033431-4 and SCV0033437-38 – The Board heard a report and authorized the County to defend and indemnify the individual employees named by Mr. Lancaster in those actions.
(d) Lisabeth Armstrong v. Placer County Sheriff Ed Bonner, et al., U.S.D.C. Eastern District Case No.: 2:13-cv-1201 KJM CKD PS – The Board authorized the defense of indemnity of Sheriff Bonner in that litigation.
(B) §54957.6 - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS – The Board heard a report of their Labor Negotiators and gave direction to their Labor Negotiation Team.
(a) Agency designated representatives: David Boesch, Nancy Nittler, Therese Leonard, Donna Williamson, Gerald O. Carden
Employee organization: PPEO
CONSENT AGENDA – Added Item 18b. The Board convened as the In Home Supportive Services Public Authority Board for Item 24a. Consent agenda approved as noted with action as indicated.
15. ORDINANCE – Second Reading:
a. Community Development Resource Agency/Placer County Code Amendments, Chapter 16
1. Ordinance 5728-B adopted amending Chapter 16 of Placer County Code to:
a. Amend Article 16.04.010 to eliminate the reference to “divisions by gift”.
b. Eliminate Article 16.04.080 to eliminate the entire Article addressing “Gift Deeds”.
c. Amend Article 16.20.360 to permit the use of the “Voluntary Merger” process to combine parcels created by deeded descriptions.
There are no net County costs associated with these actions.
1. Resolution 2013-248 adopted to posthumously recognize Wendy Bast for more than 24 years of service to the citizens of Placer County.
17. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
1. Approved minutes of October 8, 2013.
18. COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS
a. Squaw Valley Design Review – Approved the appointment of Jon Shanser to Seat #3, and Kevin Strange to Seat #4, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.
b. Squaw Valley Design Review – Approve the appointment of Cindi Yakimow to Seat #5, as requested by Supervisor Montgomery.
19. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE AGENCY
a. Martis Camp (aka Siller Ranch) Unit 10, Tract # 1008
1. Approved the recordation of the Final Map for Martis Camp Unit 10.
2. Approved the recordation of the Subdivision Improvement Agreement (SIA).
There is no net County cost associated with this action.
20. COUNTY CLERK/ELECTIONS
a. McKinney Water District and the Camp Far West Irrigation District
1. Resolution 2013-251 adopted appointing in lieu of election certain nominees to terms on the boards of directors for the McKinney Water District and the Camp Far West Irrigation District.
21. COUNTY EXECUTIVE
a. Merit Increase
1. Approved a 5% merit increase for Margaret E. Nickle, Treasurer-Tax Manager from Grade 453 Step 4 @ $53.10 to Grade 453 Step 5 at $55.75 per hour, effective 09/21/2013, as recommended by the County Executive Officer.
22. DISTRICT ATTORNEY
a. Victim/Witness Assistance Program Grant
1. Resolution 2013-252 adopted authorizing the District Attorney to sign the Grant Award Agreement for the Victim/Witness Assistance Program Grant in the amount of $186,998. Acceptance of this grant requires a General Fund match of $218,522, which is included in the District Attorney’s FY 2013-14 budget.
23. FACILITY SERVICES
a. Closed Circuit Television Pipeline Inspection Van Purchase
1. Approved the purchase of a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) pipeline inspection van in an amount not to exceed $242,640 funded through sewer user fees at no net County cost.
2. Authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resultant Purchase Order and related documents.
b. Dry Creek Reimbursement Agreement Amendment
1. Resolution 2013-253 adopted authorizing the Chair to execute the First Amendment to the Reimbursement Agreement with Dry Creek-West Placer CFD #1 Property Owners at no net County cost.
24. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
a. In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee
1. Appointed Richard Gold, who resides in District 3, to Seat #9 and Diane Loftis, who resides in District 2, to Seat #7 on the In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Public Authority (PA) Advisory Committee, both representing an IHSS service provider.
b. Adult System of Care/In-State Training and Travel Approval
1. Approved in-state training and travel to attend Mental Health Leadership training in Pomona, California.
25. PROCUREMENT SERVICES - In accordance with County Policy, non-contested competitively awarded bids under $400,000 are placed on the Consent Agenda.
a. Purchase, Administrative Services/I.T.
1. Authorized the purchase of personal computers and related peripherals for all County departments from Dell Computer Corporation and Hewlett-Packard Company utilizing competitively bid cooperative agreements awarded by the WSCA-NASPO Cooperative Purchasing Organization (WSCA-NASPO) and effective through August 31, 2014, funded by each department’s approved budget for the fiscal year as of the date of purchase, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign all purchase orders, blanket purchase orders, and related documents for the term of the respective WSCA-NASPO agreements, including any extensions or renewals.
b. BPO, Department of Public Works
1. Approved the annual renewal of blanket purchase orders with Andregg Geomatics, K B Foster Civil Engineers, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., and Wood Rodgers, Inc. for surveying services for various public works and capital improvement projects in eastern Placer County in the maximum aggregate amount of $200,000, funded by revenues collected from Federal and State Government Grants with no net County cost for the period of FY2013-14, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign and transfer funds between the resulting blanket purchase orders.
c. BPO, Sheriff
1. Approved Change Order No. 1 to Blanket Purchase Order No. 19831 with Herberger’s Elk Grove Funeral Chapel of Elk Grove, CA for morgue transportation services increasing the blanket purchase order amount by $17,000 resulting in a new maximum amount of $66,000, funded by the Sheriff’s Office FY 2013-14 Final Budget with no additional net County cost, and extending the blanket purchase order through October 31, 2013, and authorized the Purchasing Manger to sign the resulting blanket purchase order.
d. Surplus, Public Works/Fleet Operations
1. Declared vehicles and miscellaneous items as surplus and authorized their disposal.
e. BPO, Clerk-Recorder-Elections
1. Approved a two-year renewal of a competitively awarded blanket purchase order with Chipman Relocations of Sacramento, CA for election precincts drayage services with a net County cost of $134,050, funded in the FY2013-14 budget and projected FY2014-15 County Clerk-Recorder-Registrars’ anticipated budget, and authorized the Purchasing Manager to sign the resulting BPO.
26. PUBLIC WORKS
a. Abandonment, Portion of a Multipurpose Easement in Dollar Point, Lake Tahoe
1. Resolution 2013-254 adopted to abandon a portion of a Multipurpose Easement on Lot 556, Dollar Point, Unit No. 9. There is no net County cost.
b. Abandonment, Scenic Easement in Eden Roc Subdivision, Granite Bay
1. Resolution 2013-255 adopted to abandon a Scenic Easement on Lot 29, Eden Roc Subdivision. There is no net County cost.
c. Bridge Replacement Project on Brewer Road
1. Resolution 2013-256 adopted authorizing the Chairman to sign and execute Contract No. 1169 for engineering and construction support services with Mark Thomas and Company for the Brewer Road Bridge Replacement Project at Pleasant Grove Creek in an amount not to exceed $350,000 with County Counsel’s and Risk Management’s review and approval and with no net County cost;
2. Authorized the Director of Public Works to sign and execute subsequent contract amendments up to 10 percent of the contract amount as needed.
a. Change Order No. 1, Blanket Purchase Order #20722, Lehr Auto Electric, Inc.
1. Resolution 2013-249 adopted commending David Keyes for nearly 29 years of dedicated public service as an employee of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
***End of Consent Agenda***
ITEMS FOR INFORMATION:
28. Treasurer-Tax Collector
a. Treasurer’s Statement for the month of September 2013
ADJOURNMENT – Next regular meeting is Tuesday, November 12, 2013.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ 2013 MEETING SCHEDULE:
November 12, 2013
December 10, 2013