A C T I O N   M I N U T E S

 

MONTEREY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

AND THE MONTEREY COUNTY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

 

Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 9:30 a.m.

 

Lunch Break from 12:00 Noon to 2:30 p.m.

9:30 a.m.

 

2050.000  S-1 Presentation on the “Relay for Life,” including a short video highlighting the event to raise funds to assist in finding a cure for cancer.  (Pennycook)

BOARD ACTION:  The Board received the presentation.

 

S-2  Additions and corrections to Agenda

 

Upon motion of Supervisor Pennycook, seconded by Supervisor Armenta, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the following additions and corrections to the Agenda:

 

Upon the request of Supervisor Calcagno, add adoption of a Resolution commending Ralph “Bud” and Paula Sarmento as the 2001 Soledad-Mission Chamber of Commerce Citizens of the Year under “Other Board Matters.”

 

S-3  CONSENT CALENDAR – REGULAR [See Supplementary Sheet attached]

 

2050.000  S-4 PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD:  Julie Engell, resident of North County, asked that any committee established on the issue of incorporating the vintners’ concerns into the Monterey County General Plan include a member of the general public.  She expressed her concerns with lack of receipt of adequate notice of the time and location of up-coming committee meetings, or of minutes from the previous committee meetings.  She states her concern that the vintners’ vision for profitability might conflict with the quality of life of other County residents.  She states she cannot support exclusivity, inconsistency, and secrecy.  Jan Mitchell, representing the Prunedale Neighbors’ Group, spoke in support of Ms. Engell’s comments.  She alleges that there is the perception of favoritism exhibited to the vintners and the wine industry.

 

APPOINTMENTS:

 

Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Pennycook, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the following appointments:

 

0400.410  1.  Appointed Merryl Carr as the City of Salinas’ representative to the Americans with Disabilities Act Advisory Committee, for a term ending December 31,

 

0401.750  2.  Reappointed John Pack for a term expiring 2/1/04; and appoint John Sargenti, replacing  Eugene Boggiatto, for a term expiring 2/1/05; to the Fish and Game Advisory Commission.

 

OTHER BOARD MATTERS:

 

6300.000  3.   Board comments and referrals:  None.

 

0600.025  4.   County Administrative Officer’s Comments and Reports:  None.

 

Upon motion of Supervisor Calcagno, seconded by Supervisor Johnsen, and unanimously carried, the Board adopted the following Resolutions:

 

2050.000  5.   Resolution No. 02-031:  Adopted Resolution in observance of “California Eligibility Professionals Recognition Week.”  (Potter)

 

2050.000  6.   Resolution No. 02-029:  Adopted Resolution honoring E. Valerie Barnes, M.D., as the recipient of the Monterey County Medical Society’s 2001-2002 Physician of the Year  Award.  (Potter)

 

2050.000  7.   Resolution No. 02-025:  Adopted Resolution commending Mike Mallory as Monterey County Cattlemen’s Association “Cattleman of the Year 2002.  (Calcagno)

 

2050.000  8.   Resolution No. 02-026:  Adopted Resolution commending Mary Hansen as Monterey County Cattlewomen’s Association “Cattlewoman of the Year 2002.”  (Calcagno)

 

2050.000  9.   Resolution No. 02-022:  Adopted Resolution commending Vince and Tina Lopez, recipients of the 2001 King City Chamber of Commerce Citizens of the Year Award.  (Calcagno)

 

2050.000  10.  Resolution No. 02-036:  Adopted Resolution commending Pete Rocha as the recipient of the 2001 Greenfield Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Award.  (Calcagno)

 

2050.000  NA/1 Resolution No. 02-038:  Adopted Resolution commending Ralph “Bud” and Paula Sarmento as the 2001 Soledad-Mission Chamber of Commerce Citizens of the Year.  (Calcagno)

 

SCHEDULED MATTERS

 

10:15 a.m.

 

0800.325  S-5  a.   Agreement Nos. A-08875 & A-08876:  Approved Letter

0125.000           of Intent to Sell and Interim Operations Agreement for the Carmel Valley County Sanitation District Zone 1 (Carmel Valley Ranch) Wastewater Reclamation System, Zone 2 (Village Greens) Community Septic  System, and Zones 3 (White Oaks) Community Septic System; authorized Cal-Am, through the Interim Operations Agreement, to complete pump station improvements for Zone 1; and directed Public Works to negotiate acquisition agreement for sale of the wastewater systems with Cal-Am.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Pennycook, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the staff’s recommendations, to approve a Letter of Intent (Agreement No. A-08875) to sell various wastewater facilities, an Interim Operations Agreement No. 08876 with Cal-Am that provides for operation of the facilities through the close of sale, an Interim Operations Agreement to complete Capital Improvements, and to direct Public Works to negotiate final acquisition agreement with Cal-Am for the sale of the Zone 1, Zone 2, and Zone 3 sanitation facilities.

 

0650.010      b.   Agreement Nos. A-08877 & A-08878:  Approved Letter

0125.000           of Intent to sell the County Service Area No. 10 Laguna Seca Wastewater Reclamation system and County Service Area No. 72 Las Palmas Ranch Wastewater Reclamation System; approved Interim Operations Agreement for the County Service Area No. 10 Wastewater Reclamation system, County Service Area No. 69 Ralph Lane Water System, County Service Area No. 72 Wastewater Reclamation System, and County Service Area No. 75 Chualar Water System; direct Public Works to negotiate Acquisition Agreement with Cal-Am for sale of the Laguna Seca and Las Palmas Reclamation systems.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Pennycook, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the staff’s recommendations, to approve a Letter of Intent (Agreement No. A-08877) to sell the CSA 10 Laguna Seca Wastewater Reclamation System and the CSA 72 Las Palmas Ranch Wastewater Reclamation System to Cal-Am, to approve an Interim Operations Agreement No. 08878 for CSA 10, CSA 69, CSA 72 and CSA 75 with Cal-Am that provides for operation of the facilities through the close of sale, and to direct Public Works to negotiate final acquisition agreement with Cal-Am for sale of the Laguna Seca and Las Palmas Wastewater Reclamation Systems.

 

10:30 a.m.

 

1590.000  S-6  Accepted oral report concerning Employee Health Insurance; authorized transfer of $25,000 from Contingencies to BU 195 to fund a consultant study of the CalPERS Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) health insurance program.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and carried, with Supervisor Pennycook voting “No,” the Board accepted the oral report, and authorized the transfer of funds, as recommended by staff. 

 

The Board directed that the Health Insurance Review Committee be given the first report that results from the consultant’s study, prior to coming back to the Board, as the first line of referral in terms of getting information.

 

0602.550  S-7  Accept Monterey County’s Community-Based Homeless Services Plan 2002.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried, the Board accepted the Community-Based Homeless Services Plan 2002, as recommended by staff.

 

S-8  Closed Session relating to the following items:

 

              a.   Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(a), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding the following existing litigation:

 

(No Scheduled Items; no action taken)

 

              b.   Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(b), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding the following potential litigation:

 

(No Scheduled Items; no action taken)

 

12:00 p.m.

 

     Recess to lunch

 

2:30 p.m.

 

5100.000  S-9  Continued public hearing (closed) to approve the following actions:

 

5100.000  a.   Received and approved written responses to comments on the Fort Ord Redevelopment Plan and project area formation.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the staff’s recommendation.

 

5100.000  b.   Resolution No. 02-049: Acting as the Board of Directors of the Monterey County Redevelopment Agency, adopt a Resolution certifying the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Fort Ord Base Reuse Plan for use in the proposed adoption of the Fort Ord Redevelopment Plan, including the making of certain findings regarding the environmental impacts of the proposed adoption of the Fort Ord Redevelopment Plan, adopting a Development and Resource Management Plan, and adopting a Statement of Overriding Considerations.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Armenta, and unanimously carried, the Board adopted Resolution No. 02-049 as recommended by staff, including the addition of further overriding considerations relating to affordable housing.

 

5100.000  c.   Resolution No. 02-050:  Acting as the Board of Supervisors, adopt a Resolution certifying the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Fort Ord Base Reuse Plan for use in the proposed adoption of the Fort Ord Redevelopment Plan, including the making of certain findings regarding the environmental impacts of the proposed adoption of the Fort Ord Redevelopment Plan, adopting a Development and Resource Management Plan, and adopting a Statement of Overriding Considerations.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried, the Board adopted Resolution No. 02-050 as recommended by staff, including the addition of further overriding considerations relating to affordable housing.

 

2800.000  d.   Introduced, waived the reading, and set for adoption on Tuesday, February 19, 2002, an Ordinance of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Monterey adopting the amended Redevelopment Plan for the Fort Ord Redevelopment Project for the County of Monterey.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried, the Board introduced, waived the reading, and set this Ordinance for adoption on February 19, 2002, the public hearing having been conducted on February 5, 2002.

 

ORDER FOR ADJOURNMENT TO TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2002 AT 9:30 A.M. IN MEMORY OF JOHN CHADWELL, PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER OF PEBBLE BEACH CO., JUDITH GOLDMAN, AND WILLIAM PENTONY, DECEASED.

 

                                  APPROVED:

 

 

 

                                  ___________________________________

                                                              Chair

ATTEST:

SALLY R. REED,

Clerk of the Board

 

 

 

By:________________________________

                            Deputy

 

(Supplementary Sheet)

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

Upon motion of Supervisor Calcagno, seconded by Supervisor Johnsen, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the following actions, except as otherwise noted:

 

HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES:

 

0125.000  11.  Approved agreements and authorized Chair to sign agreements totaling $425,000 with community agencies for the provision of services to low-income people in calendar year 2002; authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign future amendments; and increase appropriations and estimated revenues of $35,000, as follows:

 

Agr #

Agency

Service

Amount

Type of Funding

A-08849

Alisal Community Healthy Start

Family Services

$ 20,000

CSBG

 

                 

Children/Youth

   8,500

CSBG

A-08850

Children’s Services Int’l

Family Services

  38,000

CSBG

 

                   

Homeless/Housing

  10,000

 HTF

A-08855

The Citizenship Project

Family Services

  20,000

  DV

A-08856

Coalition of Homeless Service Providers

Homeless/Housing

  25,000

 HTF

A-08857

Community Human Services

Children/Youth

  11,500

CSBG

A-08858

Conflict Resolution & Mediation Center

Conflict Resolution

  32,000

Dispute Resolution

A-08859

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services Center

Family Services

   7,000

CSBG

A-08860

Food Bank of MC

Food Access

  20,000

CSBG

A-08861

John XXIII AIDS Ministry

Homeless/Housing

  25,000

 HTF

A-08862

Housing Advocacy Council

Homeless/Housing

  15,000

 HTF

A-08863

Salvation Army, Monterey Peninsula

Homeless/Housing

  25,000

CSBG

A-08864

Salvation Army, Pajaro

Homeless/Housing

  15,000

 HTF

A-08865

Shelter Outreach Plus

Homeless/Housing

  18,000

CSBG

 

                

Family Services

  40,000

  DV

A-08866

Veterans Transition Center

Homeless/Housing

  15,000

 HTF

A-08867

Women’s Crisis Center

Family Services

  25,000

  DV

A-08868

YWCA of Monterey County

Family Services

  40,000

  DV

 

                

Homeless/Housing

  15,000

 HTF

 

 

TOTAL

$425,000

 

 

0110.000  12.  Agreement No. A-08869 and Resolution No. 02-045:  Approved Agreement 02F-4225 in the amount of $104,836 with the California Department of Community Services and adopted a Resolution with the California Department of Community Services and Development (CSD) for 2002 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funds.

 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE:

 

0602.250  13.  Approved transfer of funds in the amount of $9,952 from Services and Supplies to fixed assets in Probation Budget Unit 255 for the purchase of a computer server system.

 

0602.250  14.  Resolution No. 02-046:  Amended Probation Budget Unit 255 to add new position allocation of Senior Departmental Information Systems Coordinator.

 

0125.000  15.  Agreement Nos. A-08870 and A-08871:  Approved and authorized the Chief Probation Officer to sign agreements with the Salinas Union High School District in the amount of $272,500 for the Salinas Safe Schools/Healthy Student Initiative and $90,000 for the School Community Policing Partnership Program; amend Probation Budget Unit 255 to increase revenues and appropriations and include addition of new position in Fiscal Year 2001-02.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

 

0601.600  16.  Approved the reallocation of one (1) Typist Clerk II to one (1) Accounting Technician and amend Parks Budget Unit 750.

 

0600.150  17.  Concurred with the Monterey County Workforce Investment Board (WIB) to approve the allocation of $300,000 in current Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Adult Title IA funds into the subcontracts of Arbor, Turning Point and the Private Industry Training Center; authorized the WIB Executive Director to modify and extend all current Title IA subcontracts through June 30, 2003.

 

0525.000  18.  Awarded the contract for the “Animal Services Center” to the apparent low bidder, Dilbeck and Sons, Inc., in the amount of $2,466,000, with a change order contingency of $246,600; and rejected the other seven bids.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Calcagno, seconded by Supervisor Pennycook, and carried with Supervisor Johnsen voting “No,” the Board determined Dilbeck & Sons, Inc. to be the lowest responsive bidder and awarded the contract to Dilbeck & Sons, Inc.  The Board awarded the contract based on the finding that the lack of the bidder’s signature on the bid bond submitted did not constitute a material irregularity because the surety was nonetheless bound under the bond, and further based on a waiver of that irregularity.

 

0525.000  19.  Awarded contract to Graniterock Company (dba Pavex Construction Division) for the project “Site Improvements at 101 W. Alisal, Salinas” in the amount of $121,550, including change order contingencies.

 

0525.000  20.  Directed the Capital Projects Manager to file Notice of Completion for the project “Salinas Courthouse Complex Parking Lot Improvements” in Salinas.

 

0125.000  21.  Agreement No. A-08872:  Approved and authorized the Contracts/Purchasing Manager to sign Amendment No. 1 to lease agreement, effective February 12, 2002, with Portales de La Paz Partners, A California Limited Partnership for 10,964 square feet of space for health care services and general office use at 559 East Alisal Street, Salinas, CA 93901 for use by the Health Department’s Primary Care Clinics Division, Alisal Health Center.

 

0600.150  22.  Concurred with the Monterey County Workforce Investment Board (WIB) to accept $75,000 from the State of California Employment Development Department (EDD) to conduct a regional California Cooperative Occupational Information System (CCOIS) labor market study; authorized the WIB Executive Director to execute and modify the agreement with the State of California in the amount of $75,000.

 

5400.000  23.  Resolution No. 02-040:  Amended Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution No. 98-394 to adjust salary of Library Page to reflect current minimum wage.

 

0600.027  24.  Approved an application for order authorizing destruction of records for the Agricultural Commissioner’s Office.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Armenta, and unanimously carried, the Board continued this item indefinitely, and directed staff to continue discussions with CRLA representatives regarding the destruction of Restricted Material Permits and Pesticide Use Reports.

 

0125.000  25.  Agreement No. A-08873:  Approved Professional Service Agreement with the Law Offices of Martha E. Romero & Associates to provide tax related bankruptcy legal services for a sum not to exceed $60,000 over a three-year period.

PUBLIC WORKS:

 

5200.000  26.  Resolution Nos. 02-041 through 02-044:  Adopted four Resolutions to determine the summary abandonment of a portion of public right-of-way on Lincoln Street in the community of Chualar and the subsequent transfer of ownership to County Service Area 75 is exempt from CEQA and directed the Public Works Director to file a Notice of Exemption with the County Clerk; summarily abandon the public right-of-way over a portion of Lincoln Street; convey ownership of said property to County Service Area 75; and acting on behalf of County Service Area 75, accepting ownership of said property and authorizing the Public Works Director to sign a Certificate of Acceptance.

 

MONTEREY COUNTY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY:

 

Upon motion of Supervisor Calcagno, seconded by Supervisor Johnsen, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the following action:

 

0125.000  27.  Agreement No. A-08874:  Accepted grant from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and approved contract in the amount of $50,000 with Marie Glavin for professional services in connection with development of Castroville Community Facility.

 

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