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Board of Supervisors Supplemental/Addendum Information


The official agenda and any supplemental/addendum is on file in the Clerk of the Board’s office and will be posted outside the County Administration Building and can be accessed 24 hours per day. Material listed below is a courtesy copy of any available reports received and related to the supplemental/addendum agenda.

 

The supplemental Agenda can also be viewed at the following link: http://monterey.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?

 

 

Meeting Date

 

 Supplemental/Addendum Material

             

January 10, 2012

Supplemental Agenda

 

Correction Under Other Board Matters

16. Consider and approve appointments of Board of Supervisors members to various boards, committees and commissions for Calendar Year 2012.

Revised Report submitted

 

Correction Under Regular Consent - Natividad Medical Center

21. Revised Report submitted

 

Correction Under Scheduled Matters

S-1 Revised Attachment 2 submitted

 

Materials submitted

 

4. Board Order submitted

 

S-3 Public Hearing on Appeal, Discretionary Decision - PLN110077 (an appeal of PLN020344) Omni Resources LLC, 5 Corral de Tierra Road, Salinas, Toro Area Plan

Board Report

Exhibit A - Discussion

Exhibit B - Resolution Certifying EIR & Adopting State of Overriding Considerations

Exhibit C - Attachment 1 Conditions of Approval

Exhibit C - Attachment 2 Plans Prepared by Hart/Howerton

Exhibit C - Attachment 3 Lot Line Adjustment Exhibit

Exhibit C - Resolution Denying Appeal, Approving Project and Adopting Mitigation Monitoring Prog.

Exhibit D - Resolution of Denial of Rezone to Remove B-8 Overlay

Exhibit E - Revised Water Balance Analysis

Exhibit F - Letter from Barry S. Slatt Mortgage Co.

Exhibit G - Letter from Cassidy Turley BT Commercial Real Estate

Exhibit H - Soil & Groundwater Investigation Report

Exhibit I - Letter from Regional Water Quality Control Board

Exhibit J - Letter from Monterey County Environmental Health Bureau

Correspondence Received from Michael Stamp Law Office on January 4, 2012

 

S-4 Public Hearing on Appeal, PLN070366/Wayland Minor Subdivision, 24975 Boots Rd, Monterey)

      and Appeal, PLN070376/Merrill Minor Subdivision, 24915 Boots Rd, Monterey

Board Report & Exhibits A-C

Exhibit D - Project Location Map-PLN070366-Wayland

Exhibit E - Project Location Map-PLN070376-Merrill

Exhibit F - Notice of Appeal (2/09/11)-PLN060366-Wayland

Exhibit G - Notice of Appeal (2/09/11)-PLN070376-Merrill

Exhibit H - Planning Commission Resolution No. 11-005-PLN060366-Wayland

Exhibit I - Planning Commission Resolution No. 11-006-PLN070376-Merrill

Exhibit J - Planning Commission Staff Report from January 26, 2011

Exhibit K - Greater Monterey Peninsula LUAC Meeting Minutes - PLN070366-Wayland

Exhibit L - Greater Monterey Peninsula LUAC Meeting Minutes - PLN070376-Merrill

Exhibit M - Letter from Environmental Health Bureau (Janna Faulk), dated March 18, 2010

Exhibit N - Board of Supervisors Board Order from October 16, 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 24, 2012

Materials submitted

44.  Rancho Cielo Youth Campus Expansion Master Plan, Conditions of Approval - PLN110485

      Board Report

      Board Order

      Permit Approval Notice

      Indemnification Agreement

      Agreement to Implement MMRP

 

45. Conservation and Scenic Easement Deed- PLN-80046/Hartnett, 164 Corona Rd., Carmel Area

     LUP, Coastal Zone

     Board Report

     Board Order

     Discussion

     Attachment No. 2 - Conservation and Scenic Easement Deed with Exhibits

 

48. San Juan Road Improvements

     Board Report, Board Order, Project Budget, Notice to Bidders and Location Map

     Book One San Juan Rd Safety Improvements

     Book Two San Juan Rd Safety Improvements

 

S-3 LCP Amendments -PLN100138/Pebble Beach Company, Pebble Beach, Del Monte Forest Land

      Use Plan)

      Board Report

      Attachment 1-LCPA Discussion

      Attachment 1-LUP Summary Table

      Attachment 2-Part 1-Resolution with Attachment A

      Attachment 2-Part 2-Attachments B & C

      Attachment 3

      Attachment 4

      Attachment 5

      Attachment 6

      Attachment 7

      Attachment 8

      Attachment 9

      PBC DMFP PLN100138

    

S-6  Consider approval to lift financial cap on withdrawals from the California-American Water

       (CAW) Line of Credit Agreement

       Documents on File with the Clerk:

       CAW Credit Line Agreement

       Professional Services Agreement

       Water Purchase Agreement

       Financial Services Agreement

       Regional Desal Project Management Agreement

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Addendum for Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Add Under Appointments

23.1      Reappoint Richard L. Hughett to the Fish & Game Advisory commission, term ending February 1, 2015. (Supervisor Armenta)

            Hughett Notification to Clerk

 

Add Under Resolutions

8.1       Adopt Resolution recognizing The Mediation Center of Monterey County as recipient of the 2012 NAACP Tolly and Cleo Martin Spirit of Partnership Award. (Full Board-Supervisor Potter)

            Resolution

 

8.2       Adopt Resolution honoring Deloris Scaife-Higgins as recipient of the 2012 NAACP President’s Award. (Full Board-Supervisor Potter)

            Resolution

 

Add Under Consent Regular – RMA – Planning Department

46.1     Set February 14, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. as the date and time for the public hearing to consider the

            following actions:

a.  Rescind certification of the Environmental Impact Report prepared for the Monterey-Salinas Transit/Whispering Oaks Business Park project;

b.  Introduce, waive reading, and consider an ordinance to rescind Ordinance No. 5181, which amended Section 21-11 of the Monterey County Zoning Maps to rezone approximately 58 acres of the project site from Public Quasi Public with Design Review and Site Plan Review Overlays (PQP-D-S) to Heavy Commercial with Design Review and Site Plan Review Overlays (HC-D-S) and to rezone the remaining approximately 58 acres from Public Quasi Public with Design Review and Site Plan Review Overlays (PQP-D-S) to Open Space with Design Review and Site Plan Review Overlays (O-D-S);

c.  Rescind approval of a Combined Development Permit consisting of:

1)  A Standard Subdivision Phased Vesting Tentative Map dividing two parcels of 30.3 acres and 85.2 acres (Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 031-101-041-000 and 031-101-056-000) into 16 buildable lots including a 24.4 acre lot and 15 smaller lots ranging in size from 1 acre to 3 acres, a roadway parcel (approximately 7.4 acres), a drainage detention and percolation parcel (approximately 1.7 acres), and two Open Space parcels (approximately 49 acres and 8.7 acres);

2)   A General Development Plan establishing Allowed Uses, Conditional Uses allowed, and site development standards and design criteria for the proposed Whispering Oaks Business Park;

3)  A General Development Plan and Use Permit to allow development of the Monterey- Salinas Transit (MST) administrative and maintenance facility containing the following: A) a 36,000 square foot three-story administrative building; B) a 96,450 square foot two-story bus maintenance building; C) an 18,620 square foot fuel/brake/tire building with underground tanks attached by a canopy to an 8,373 square foot bus wash/steam cleaning building; and D) approximately 15 acres of paved parking to accommodate up to 281 busses and 388 automobiles;

4)   A Use Permit to allow the removal of approximately 2,400 Coast Live Oak trees on Lot 1 (MST parcel);

5)   A Use Permit to allow the removal of approximately 1,000 Coast Live Oaks on Lots 2 through 16, and for infrastructure improvements; and

6)   An Administrative Permit and Design Approval for development within the Site Plan Review (“S”) zoning district; and

d.  Rescind the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan for the MST/Whispering Oaks Business Park project.

e.  Rescind allocation of 92.7 acre feet of water per year to the MST/Whispering Oaks Combined Development Permit.

(Monterey-Salinas Transit Bus Maintenance and Operations Facility and Whispering Oaks Business Park – PLN110231/Redevelopment Agency of Monterey County, Former Army Landfill site, Fort Ord Master Plan area)

Board  Report

Board Order

 

MATERIALS SUBMITTED

(See link above)

 

S-6      Additional Attachments RMC Invoices Submitted

Consider approval to lift the financial cap on withdrawals from the California-American Water (CAW) Line of Credit Agreement thereby allowing the Monterey County Water Resources Agency (MCWRA) to access the CAW Line of Credit to pay for certain previously-performed work related to the Regional Desalination Project,  and to pay for appropriate future obligations.

Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice

Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice   Invoice  

49.       Revised Attachment Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule Submitted

            Acting as the Board of Directors of the Redevelopment Agency of the County of Monterey:  

            Approve an updated Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule and direct the Economic

            Development Director to prepare a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for consideration by

           the Board of Supervisors as Successor Agency in compliance with AB x1 26 and a recent decision

           by the California Supreme Court.

           Attachment Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 7, 2012

Materials submitted:

 

26.     Approve Plans and Special Provisions for the Slurry Seal 2012 Project

         Board Report

         Notice to Bidders

         Bid Form

 

28.     Approve Plans and Special Provisions for the Crack Seal 2012 Project, 

         Contract No. 12-551225

         Board Report

         Notice to Bidders & Special Provisions

         Bid Form

 

S-4   Appeal by Warren Wayland from the Planning Commission’s decision denying the application

        for a Combined Development Permit (Wayland/PLN070366)

         Board Report

         Exhibit A   Exhibit B   Exhibit C   Exhibit D    Exhibit E    Exhibit F   Exhibit G   Exhibit H  

         Exhibit I     Exhibit J   Exhibit K    Exhibit L   Exhibit M   Exhibit N

        

S-5   Public Hearing: Appeal of Lot Line Adjustment-PLN080454 Steuck, 570 and 570-a, Aguajito

        Road, Greater Monterey Peninsula Area Plan

        Board Report

        Attach. 1       Attach. 2    Attach. 3    Attach. 4  Attach.5-Exh. C    Attach 5-Exh. D

        Attach. 5-Exh. E       Attach. 5-Exh. F       Attach. 5-Exh. G   Attach. 5-Exh. H 

        Attach. 6 

 

S-6   Modification to Combined Development Permit- PLN 120024/Banker's Development Group,

        LLC (York Highlands), South of the intersection of York Road and Highway 68, Greater

        Monterey Peninsula Area Plan)

        Board Report

        Exhibit A     Exhibit B    Exhibit B-1    Exhibit B-2    Exhibit C  Exhibit C-2  

        Exhibit C-3  Exhibit D    Exhibit E       Exhibit F       Exhibit G

 

S-7  Adopt Resolution to deny the appeal of Omni Resources LLC from the January 26, 2011

       decision of the Monterey County Planning Commission.

       Board Report

       Exhibit A    Exhibit B   Exhibit C    Exhibit C-1  Exhibit C-2   

       Exhibit D    Exhibit E   Exhibit F    Exhibit G

 

Supplemental Addendum

 

Added language and item to the Agenda:

 

Convene as Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the County of Monterey

 

Roll Call

 

6.1   CONSENT CALENDAR - Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the County of

       Monterey (See Supplemental Sheet, Item 31)

 

Adjournment

 

Add Under Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the County of Monterey

31.  As Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the County of Monterey:

      a. Receive information related to the assumption of responsibility for budget and obligations

          in accordance with ABx1 26;

      b. Affirm the Annual Budget adopted by the former Redevelopment Agency for Fiscal Year

          2011-12 and authorize the transfer of appropriations remaining at February 1, 2012 to the

          County as Successor Agency (4/5 vote);

      c. Authorize the County Administrative Office and Auditor/Controller to transfer the

          remaining appropriations to the County as Successor Agency;

      d. Authorize the Auditor/Controller to make payments required to meet enforceable

         obligations; and

      e. Eliminate five vacant positions in the Economic Development Department, (4/5 vote).

         Board Report

         Accounting Exhibit

         Appropriations Positions Exhibit

         Board Order

 

Correction Under Regular Consent - Public Works

29.     Revised Board Report Submitted

            Adopt a Resolution:

a.       Declaring County-owned real property located at  26 Central Avenue in Salinas, California (former Monterey County Free Libraries Administration Building), APN 002-164-020 as surplus real property and no longer necessary for county or other public purposes;

b.      Declaring intent to sell the property at public auction to the highest responsible bidder, for cash;

c.       Directing all interested parties to appear on February 21, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. in the Monterey Conference Room at 168 West Alisal Street, Second Floor, Salinas, CA pursuant to Government Code Section 25363 (4/5th vote required);

d.      Establishing the minimum bid price at $500,000;

e.       Authorizing the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or his designee to receive oral and written bids using the procedures outlined in this report, open written bids, call for oral bids, accept the highest responsible bid and close the auction on the date, place and approximate time as set forth above; and

f.        Authorizing the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to execute a Quitclaim Deed transferring the property after the sale has been reported to and confirmed by the Board.

Revised Board Report

February 14, 2012

Materials Submitted

35.   a.  Approve $5,000 in Utilities Unit 8182 for a Pacific Gas and Electric Company California

          Solar Initiative Program Reservation Request application fee; and

      b. Authorize the Acting Director of Public Works or his designee to approve the Pacific Gas

         and Electric Company California Solar Initiative Application Fee invoice in the amount of

         $5,000.  

        Board Report

        Attachment - Solar Initiative Program

        Board Order

 

S-2       Public hearing to consider the following actions:

a.    Rescind certification of the Environmental Impact Report prepared for the Monterey-Salinas Transit (MST)/Whispering Oaks Business Park project;

b.   Adopt an ordinance to repeal Ordinance No. 5181, which would have rezoned certain property in the County unincorporated Fort Ord Master Plan area in connection with the MST/Whispering Oaks Business Park project;

c.   Rescind approval of a Combined Development Permit consisting of:

1) A Standard Subdivision Phased Vesting Tentative Map dividing two parcels of 30.3 acres and 85.2 acres (Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 031-101-041-000 and 031-101-056-000) into 16 buildable lots including a 24.4 acre lot and 15 smaller lots ranging in size from 1 acre to 3 acres, a roadway parcel (approximately 7.4 acres), a drainage detention and percolation parcel (approximately 1.7 acres), and three Open Space parcels (approximately 59 acres);

2) A General Development Plan establishing Allowed Uses, Conditional Uses allowed, and site development standards and design criteria for the proposed Whispering Oaks Business Park;

3) A General Development Plan and Use Permit to allow development of the Monterey-Salinas Transit (MST) administrative and maintenance facility containing the following: A) a 36,000 square foot three-story administrative building; B) a 96,450 square foot two-story bus maintenance building; C) an 18,620 square foot fuel/brake/tire building with underground tanks attached by a canopy to an 8,373 square foot bus wash/steam cleaning building; and D) approximately 15 acres of paved parking to accommodate up to 281 busses and 388 automobiles;

4) A Use Permit to allow the removal of approximately 2,400 Coast Live Oak trees on Lot 1 (MST parcel);

5) A Use Permit to allow the removal of approximately 1,000 Coast Live Oaks on Lots 2 through 16, and for infrastructure improvements; and

6) An Administrative Permit and Design Approval for development within the Site Plan Review (“S”) zoning district; and

d.   Rescind the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan for the MST/Whispering Oaks Business Park project.

e.   Rescind allocation of 92.7 acre feet of water per year to the MST/Whispering Oaks Combined Development Permit.

(Monterey-Salinas Transit Bus Maintenance and Operations Facility and Whispering Oaks Business Park – PLN110231/MST and Monterey County, Former Army Landfill site, Fort Ord Master Plan area)

Board Report

Exhibit A  Exhibit B  Exhibit C  Exhibit D  Exhibit E  Exhibit F

 

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ADDENDUM / SUPPLEMENTAL

29.    Revised Agreement Submitted

       a.  Approve and authorize the Contracts / Purchasing Officer to sign a "Wireless Communication Site Lease Agreement" with Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) for the period of March 1, 2012 through February 28, 2017 to permit PG&E to sublease tower space at the Huckleberry Hill" radio communications site and  

          b.  Authorize an auto-renewal clause as recommended by the Director of Emergency Communications.

Revised Agreement (see page 22)

 

February 28, 2012

ADDENDUM

 

Add Under Regular Consent – Health and Social Services

29.1   a.  Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to sign Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with Connie Blackmore, RN to increase the Agreement by $40,000 for a revised total amount not to exceed $140,000, for the provision of sexual assault examinations, for the period of July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2012; and

b.  Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to approve up to three future amendments to this Agreement where the amendments do not exceed ten percent (10%) of the original Agreement amount, and do not significantly change the scope of services or result in an increase in County General Fund Contribution.

 Board Report    Agreement      Amendment-1   Board Order

 

Add Under Regular Consent – Criminal Justice

30.1   a.   Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to execute an Agreement with Kronos Incorporated in an amount not to exceed $395,000 for implementation of a timekeeping and scheduling system;

b.  Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to approve up to three future amendments to this Agreement where the amendments do not exceed 10% of the original agreement and do not significantly change the scope of work; and

c.  Authorize the Auditor-Controller to increase appropriations and revenues of $395,000 in the Sheriff’s Office Fiscal Year 2011-12 Adopted Budget as detailed in the Board Order (4/5ths vote required.)

 

 Board Report and Order     Attachment A      Attachment B      Attachment C    

 

Add Under Regular Consent – Public Works

42.1   a.     Approve a Transfer Agreement with the City of King, a California Charter City, for the conveyance of  property described in Exhibits A and B, located at the most easterly 8,216 square feet of King Street in King City, California, pursuant to Government Code Section 25365 (4/5th vote required);

b.   Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to execute the Transfer Agreement, the Quitclaim Deed, and any related documents needed to complete the transaction, including, but not limited to, amendments to the Transfer Agreement; and

c.    Find that the transfer of the property to King City is exempt from environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act. 

 

Board Report    Agreement   Location Map     Public Notice     Board Order

 

SUPPLEMENTAL

 

CORRECTION

 

Under Closed Session

Acting as the Board of Directors  Supervisors of the Monterey County Water Resources Agency

 

Material Submitted

 

41. a. Approve the Plans and Special Provisions for 1410 Natividad Rd, Salinas, California –

         Upgrade Security Fencing, Project No. 8529, Bid Package No. 10348; and

     b. Authorize the Director of Public Works to advertise the “Notice to Contractors” in The

         Californian.

     Board Report      Bid Package   Project Budget    Notice to Contractors    Location Map

     Board Order       DWGSet

 

43.    As Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the County of Monterey, adopt

        Resolution to:

       a.   Adopt the amended Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule (EOPS); and

       b.   Approve the Draft Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS); and

       c.   Direct the Economic Development Director to take all actions necessary to effectuate

             associated requirements of ABx1 26.

 

         Board Report   Attachment    Attachment    Board Order

 

March 13, 2012

Materials submitted:

19.   Authorize the Purchasing Manager for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to execute

       Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement (A-11723) with McKesson Technologies, Inc. for

       Horizon Medical Imaging Radiology, Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) and

       related systems services at NMC in an amount not to exceed $2,749,633 in the aggregate

       (an increase of $149,663) for the period February 28, 2012 to June 30, 2015.

       McKesson Agreement

 

20.        a.  Authorize the Purchasing Manager for NMC to execute a Master Agreement for

            Construction Management Services for projects not to exceed $100,000 per Request for

            Proposals RFP #9600-24 and;

        b. Authorize the Purchasing Manager for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to execute

            Agreements with JKL Construction, Origin Solutions, Ausonio Inc. and Integrated

            Construction Management for Construction Management Services per the RFP #9600-

            24; and

        c.  Authorize the Purchasing Manager for NMC to establish a total obligation for all project

            contracts combined not to exceed $400,000 per year for the period February 1, 2012

            through January 31, 2015.

        Board Report     Agreement    Board Order

 

22.           a.  Approve Amendment No. 1 to the Employment Agreement with Dr. Alia Karim a current

             Contract Physician in the Health Department; and

         b.  Authorize the Director of Health to execute Amendment No. 1.

        Board Report     Agreement    Amendment No. 1     Board Order

 

41.     a.  Approve the Plans and Specifications for Integrated Health Clinic Services Center, 298

             12th Street, Marina, CA Project No. 8834, Bid Package No. 10351; and      

         b.  Authorize the Director of Public Works to advertise the Notice to Contractors in

             The Californian

          Board Report   Plans & Specs    Plan for Healthcare Center     Project Manual 

          Specifications for Center  

 

42.              a.  Approve the Plans and Specifications for Refurbish Youth Center Kitchen - 970 Circle

              Drive, Salinas, CA, Project No. 8538, Bid Package No. 10310; and

          b.  Authorize the Director of Public Works to advertise the Notice to Contractors in The

              Californian.

      Board Report    Plans for Kitchen Maintenance   Project Manual   Specifications for Refurbish

 

March 20, 2012

Addendum

 

Add Under Appointments
15.1     Appoint Richard Denier to the County Service Area 50, term ending March 20, 2015.

          (Supervisor Potter)

          Appointment Notification
 
Add Under Consent Regular – General Government
39.1  a. Approve and authorize the County Librarian to sign a Vendor supplied standard Service

            Agreement with AT&T Corporation for high speed broadband connectivity from ten

            Monterey County Free Libraries branches to the County of Monterey’s Information

            Technology Department in an amount not to exceed $205,420 in the aggregate for the

            period of July 1, 2012 through 2017.
        b. Waive detailed review and approval requirements by County Counsel, Auditor/Controller,

            Risk Management, and Contracts/Purchasing, and accept the vendor’s agreement, terms

            and conditions, including indeterminate exposure to financial and risk liability, and limited

            liability by AT&T as a business necessity.

          Board Report   Sole Source Document   Pricing document  Multi-service Agreement

          E-Rate Rider    Pricing Schedule           Board Order
 
Add Under Scheduled Items 1:30 p.m.
S-2    a.  Receive presentation on process for appointments to the Oversight Boards pursuant to

             Health and Safety Code § 34179 for the cities of Gonzales, Greenfield, King City, Marina,

             Monterey, Salinas, Seaside, Soledad, and Sand City, and to the County of Monterey

             Oversight Board;
         b.  Provide direction to staff on process to be followed, including preferences for “public

             members;” and
         c. Direct staff to return with recommended appointments on March 27, 2012.

         Board Report   Attachment 1    Attachments 2, 3, and 4   Board Order
 
SUPPLEMENTAL
  
MATERIAL SUBMITTED
 
12:00 P.M. – AGENDA for Joint Meeting of the Monterey County Board of Supervisors and

                       Monterey County Water Resources Agency Board of Directors 

                  Agenda
 
CORRECTION
 
Correction Under Consent Regular – General Government- Revised Report Submitted
39.   a.  Authorize the Auditor-Controller to work with the County Administrative Office to

            establish, fund and develop a disbursement protocol for the Low Income Health Program

            (LIHP); and
       b.  Authorize the County’s Risk Manager to acquire reinsurance (stop-loss insurance) for the

            LIHP and
       c.  Authorize the Director of Health and the Natividad Medical Center CEO to negotiate and

            execute the State Contract for the LIHP; and
       d.   Authorize the Director of Health and Natividad Medical Center CEO to negotiate and

            execute the Central California Alliance for Health Administrative Services Agreement; and
       e.  Authorize the Auditor-Controller to certify public expenditures for LIHP.

         Revised Report and Board Order only (see attachments below)

 

Material submitted:

39. a.  Authorize the Auditor-Controller to work with the County Administrative Office to

          establish, fund and develop a disbursement protocol for the Low Income Health Program

          (LIHP);

      b.  Authorize the County’s Risk Manager to acquire reinsurance (stop-loss insurance) for the

           LIHP;

      c.  Authorize the Director of Health to negotiate and execute the State Contract for the LIHP,

           subject to County Counsel, County Risk Manager, County Administrative Office, and County

           Auditor-Controller review and approval;

      d.  Authorize the Director of Health to negotiate and execute the Central California Alliance for

           Health Administrative Services Agreement, subject to County Counsel, County Risk

           Manager, County Administrative Office, and County Auditor-Controller review and approval;

           and

      e.  Authorize the Auditor-Controller to certify public expenditures for LIHP.

      Board Report  Agreement   Health Care Services Contract   Board Order

 

March 27, 2012

ADDENDUM

Add Under Other Board Matters
18.1   Approve appointments by Board of Supervisors to the Oversight Boards for the former

         redevelopment agencies of the cities of Gonzales, Greenfield, King City, Marina, Monterey,

         Salinas, Sand City, Seaside, and Soledad and the former Redevelopment Agency of the

         County of Monterey.
          
Board Report    Attachment A         Board Order


Add Under Consent Regular – Health and Social Services
27.1   Adopt Resolution (Exhibit A) extending the San Lucas Potable Water Subsidy Program for the

         San Lucas Union Elementary School District for the period of January 1, 2012 through June

         11, 2012.
         Board Report     Attachment A.1    Resolution

 
Add Under Consent Regular – Criminal Justice
28.1   Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to sign Amendment No. 5 to renew the

         Agreement A-10883 retroactive to December 31, 2011 through June 30, 2012 with California

         Forensic Medical Group (CFMG) for inmates’ medical, mental health and dental services at

         the County Jail.
         Board Report     Attachment A     Board Order


29.1   Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to sign Amendment No. 6 to renew the

         Agreement (RFP#10001) retroactive to November 29, 2011 with Aramark Correctional

        Services for inmate commissary items and food service operations at the County Jail, which

        includes an extension until August 31, 2012 for the term and meal price schedule.
         Board Report      Attachment A     Board Order


SUPPLEMENTAL - CORRECTION

Correction Under Scheduled Matters 1:30 P.M.

S-5    Title correction and materials submitted
         Receive an annual report regarding the progress of the General Plan Implementation Work

         Program (REF120007/General Plan Implementation, Inland area of County)
 
       Board Report    Exhibit A    Exhibit B     Exhibit C

 

 

Material submitted

 

36.             Approve the 2012 Annual Housing Report including funding recommendations, subject to the Fiscal Year (FY) 13 budget process, and the Housing Element Implementation Report.

         Board Report   Annual Housing Report 2012    Board Order

 

41.           a.   Authorize the additional expenditure of $50,000 from the County’s Capital Projects Fund 402 to Aromas Water District to finalize preparations for the creation of an assessment district and conduct of a Proposition 218 majority protest procedure for the connection of Oak Ridge Mutual Water Company and a portion of Via Del Sol Drive Area to the Aromas Water System;

        b.   Transfer $50,000 from County Capital Projects Fund 402, Unit 8174, Account 7521,

              Buildings and Improvements to Account 7201, Contributions to Other Agencies;

        c.   Authorize the Resource Management Agency Director to execute an amendment No. 1 to

              the Agreement with the Aromas Water District outlining the Agreement Terms for

              Funding of specified work and repayment via successful Proposition 218 Assessment

              District;

        d.   Consider the Mitigated Negative Declaration approved by the Aromas Water District for

              this project in taking the actions set forth above, and find on the basis of the whole

              record that there is no substantial evidence that the project will have a significant

              effect on the environment with implementation of mitigation measures; and

        e.   Authorize, should Assessment District fail, the County funds provided to Aromas Water 

             District will be deemed a County Contribution without repayment.  

         Board Report    Attachment A    Attachment B     Attachment C     Board Order

 

42.    Acting as the Board of Directors of the East Garrison Public Financing Authority: approve and

        authorize the Chair to sign a Construction and Transfer of Water, Sewer, and Recycled Water

        Infrastructure Agreement among the East Garrison Public Financing Authority, the Marina

        Coast Water District and UCP East Garrison LLC for the financing, construction, and transfer

        of water, sewer, and recycled water infrastructure related to the East Garrison development

        project on the former Fort Ord.

       Board Report      Agreement     Board Order

 

S-3    a.  Conduct a public hearing to receive input related to a State Community Development

              Block Grant (CDBG) Program application;
         b.  Approve a resolution that authorizes the submittal of an application to the California

              Department of Housing and Community Development for a CDBG Grant in the amount of

              $1,036,400 for (i) a Housing Acquisition / Rehabilitation project for the Camphora

              Highlands Farm Labor Camp and (ii) a Planning and Technical Assistance Study for a

              Regional Cut Flower Transportation Consolidation Study;
         c.  Approve a local match of $1,820;
         d.  Authorize the County Administrative Officer to sign the Statement of Assurances;
         e.  Authorize the Economic Development Director to make minor modifications to the grant

              application as necessary and to comply with State requirements, sign the grant

              application, as well as any contracts, amendments and other documents related to the

              application and grant funds;
         f.   Approve an Agreement between the County of Monterey and South County Housing for

              implementation of CDBG activities at the Camphora Highlands Farm Labor Camp, if grant

              funds are awarded; and
         g.  Authorize the Economic Development Director to make minor modifications to the

              Agreement, sign it, make amendments to it as necessary, and undertake other

             documents related to the Agreement.

         Board Report       Resolution     Grant Application Summary        Board Order

 

S-4  Public hearing to:
        a.   Provide direction on interpretation of the 2010 General Plan as it applies to the

             application for a Combined Development Permit for a 42-unit subdivision on 7.92 acres on

             Val Verde Drive in Carmel Valley;
        b.   Continue to a date uncertain the Public Hearing on the appeal by Brian Clark from the

              Planning Commission denial of the Combined Development Permit, with direction to

              prepare an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the project in accordance with the

              County's EIR consultant selection policy and to address General Plan consistency and

             density issues;
         c.  Remand the application to the Planning Commission for a recommendation on the

             application following the completion of an EIR; and
         d.  Direct staff to set a public hearing on the application and appeal before the Board of

             Supervisors following a recommendation by the Planning Commission.
         (Appeal - GPZ090004/Carmel Rio road, LLC, 15 and 26500 Val Verde Drive, Carmel Valley

          Master Plan)
          Board Report  Exhibit 1   Exhibit 2   Exhibit 3    Exhibit 4   Exhibit 5   Exhibit 6

          Exhibit 7        Exhibit 8   Exhibit 9   Exhibit 10  Exhibit 11

 

March 30, 2012

Special Meeting Agenda

S-2 Consider and approve appointments to the Oversight Boards for the former redevelopment agencies of the cities of Gonzales, Greenfield, King City, Marina, Monterey, Salinas, Sand City, Seaside, and Soledad and for the former Redevelopment Agency of the County of Monterey.

     Board Report   Attachment A      Attachment B     Attachment C  Revised Attachment C

     Board Order

 

Map to Laguna Seca Red Bull Center

Link to directions: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/parks/lagunaseca_map.html

 

April 10, 2012

11.1    Appoint Jerry Hernandez to the Successor Agency Oversight Committee, term ending June 30, 2016. (Full Board)

          Hernandez Notification to Clerk

 
April 17, 2012

8.1      A Proclamation honoring north Monterey County Woman’s Club on their 50th Anniversary. (Supervisor Calcagno)

          Resolution

 

 
April 24, 2012  
May 1, 2012  
May 8, 2012  
May 15, 2012  
May 22, 2012  

June 6, 2012

Budget Hearings

 

June 7, 2012

Budget Hearings

 

June 8, 2012

Budget Hearings

 

June 12, 2012

 

 

June 19, 2012  
June 26, 2012  
July 10, 2012  
July 24, 2012  
July 31, 2012  
August 28, 2012  
September 11, 2012  
September 18, 2012  
September 25, 2012  
October 2, 2012  
October 9, 2012  
October 16, 2012  
October 23, 2012  
November 6, 2012  
December 4, 2012  
December 11, 2012  

 

 

Supplemental/Addendum Information 2011

Supplemental/Addendum Information 2010

 

 

Contact:

Clerk of the Board
168 W. Alisal St., 1st Floor

Salinas, CA  93901

Phone: (831) 755-5066

Fax:(831) 757-5888