A C T I O N   M I N U T E S

 

MONTEREY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

Tuesday, June 25, 2002 at 9:30 a.m.

 

9:30 a.m.

 

2050.000  S-1  Presentation from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), an agency of the Department of Defense, in recognition of the County’s support of the Military Leave Policy.

BOARD ACTION:  The Board received the presentation from Venna Bishop, Chair, San Jose Region, of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).  She introduced the following:  Lt. Commander Lynne Oschmann, with the Naval Center at the Defense Language Institute and the Naval Postgraduate School; Pete Sobrino, representing the 129th Rescue Wing at Moffett Federal Airfield; and Lt. Thomas Stuhlreyer, Commanding Officer for the Coast Guard Station in Monterey; Command Sgt. Major William Clark of Headquarters 1149 Armored based out of Ft. Ord.

 

2050.000  S-2  Resolution No. 02-261:  Adopted and presented Resolution honoring Judge Richard Silver upon his retirement after 25 years of meritorious service as a Superior Court Judge in Monterey County.  (Potter)

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Pennycook, seconded by Supervisor Johnsen, and unanimously carried.

 

S-3  Additions and corrections to Agenda

 

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

 

Add under “Consent, Health and Social Services,” approve and authorize the Director of Health to sign Behavioral Health Services Agreement with Devereux Cleo Wallace for the provision of mental health services in the amount of $29,785 for the period of October 15, 2001 through June 30, 2002; authorize the Director of Health to approve contract amendments up to 50% of the annual amount which do not significantly alter the scope of work or result in an increase to net county cost.

 

Due to the cancellation of the July 2nd Board meeting, add the following to “Appointments:”

 

Appoint Bob Wahl to the Assessment Appeals Board, replacing Steven Sassoon, for his unexpired term ending June 1, 2004.  (Calcagno)

 

Upon the request of Sheriff Gordon Sonné, remove from the Agenda, and take no action on Consent Item No. 45, to approve and authorize the Sheriff to submit a grant application with the State of California, Health and Human Services Agency, Department of Health Services, for $215,000 to procure funding for Local Enforcement of Tobacco Control Laws, Fiscal Years 2002-03 to 2003-04.

 

Move Consent Item No. 52 from “Consent, General Government,” to be heard concurrently with Item No. 7 under “Other Board Matters.”

 

Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(c) and at the request of County Counsel, add one matter of potential litigation to the closed session agenda.

 

Note for the record that today’s meeting will be adjourned to Tuesday, July 9, 2002.  The Board meeting of Tuesday, July 2, 2002 has been cancelled.

 

S-4  CONSENT CALENDAR – REGULAR [See Supplementary Sheet attached]

 

2050.000  S-5  PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD:

 

                                    a.   Dudley Barnoll, Facilitator for the Salinas Youth Leadership Institute, which is a summer youth program through the middle schools, explained that today is their civic day to show their participants local government proceedings.  He introduced Eric Tovar, representing the June 2002 class.

b.   Eric Tovar, representing “Kind Individuals Developing Skills” (KIDS), stated that their motto is “The community is our responsibility.”  Their goals are to finish college, never give up, get a job that you wish for, help others, teach others, respect the world around you, be a leader, get involved with the community, accomplish tasks, be successful in what you wish for, and have fun.

c.   Suzanne Ware, M.D., and Elizabeth Jacobs, M.D., Resident Physicians from the Natividad Medical Center, addressed the Board concerning outstanding issues relative to their current contract negotiations.

d.   John Vellardita, Executive Director of SEIU Local 817, addressed the negotiations for the Resident Physicians over the past three months, and requested that the Board hold public hearings within the community to receive input on the operation and future direction of Natividad Medical Center.

e.   Morgan Lucier, Child Welfare Social Worker, Tricia Spangler, Eligibility Worker, and Wren Bradley, SEIU Field Representative for Social Workers and Eligibility Workers, addressed the Board regarding their proposals presented for contract negotiations, and the compensation study that was developed for use in the negotiation process.  They have requested a mediator be brought in to resolve remaining issues.

f.   Art College, Executive Director of the In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority, reported on the success of their awards luncheon and training fair that was held on June 10th, which brought together consumers, providers of in-home supportive services, and other service agencies to share ideas and ask questions.  He presents certificates to each Board member for creating and continuing to support the Public Authority, as well as copies of the first financial audit that has been completed. He requested time on a future Board Agenda to address the successes and accomplishments of their operation.

g.   Hebard R. Olsen addressed the Board concerning the video taping public meetings.

h.   Douglas Fay, member of the Concerned Citizens of the River Road Area, submits a petition with 37 additional signatures in support of maintaining River Road as a scenic, safe and rural road.

i.   Bob Perkins, Executive Director of the Monterey County Farm Bureau, addressed the Board concerning the draft General Plan Update.  He requested that the Board schedule an evening session in July so members of the working public can attend.  He also requested that the Board encourage KTX Radio to broadcast the general plan proceedings of the Board.

 

APPOINTMENTS:

 

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

 

0402.000  1.   Reappointed Karen Hart, to the Monterey County Mental Health Commission, to serve a term ending on May 31, 2005. (Potter)

 

0801.200  2.   Reappointed Alma Morlet and Yolanda Maturino, to the Gonzales Cemetery District, to serve a term ending April 14, 2006.  (Calcagno)

 

0801.650  3.   Reappointed Thomas J. Perkins and William C. Taylor to the King City Cemetery District for a term ending July 1, 2006.  (Calcagno)

 

0401.650  4.   Appointed the following members to the newly established Monterey County Emergency Medical Services Council (EMS), to serve terms as specified:

 

Steve Negro

Fire Chief, Salinas Rural Fire Protection District

7/1/02 – 6/30/04

Sidney Reade

Fire Chief, Carmel Valley Fire Protection District

7/1/02 – 6/30/03

Lt. Pat Camara

California Highway Patrol

7/1/02 – 6/30/04

Thomas Wartinger, M.D.

Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula

7/1/02 – 7/30/03

Len Foster

Monterey County Director of Health

7/1/02 – 6/30/04

James Stubblefield, M.D.

EMS Medical Director

7/1/02 – 6/30/03

Al Miyamoto

Monterey County Parks Department

7/1/02 – 6/30/03

Harold Wolgamott

Citizens Representative - Gonzales

7/1/02 – 6/30/04

Sam Balesteri

Citizens Representative – Marina

7/1/02 – 6/30/03

Jeff Fortin

Citizen Representative – Salinas

7/1/02 – 6/30/04

Robert Zuckswert, V.P.

American Medical Response

7/1/02 – 6/30/03

Andrew Kaminski, M.D.

Salinas Valley Memorial Health Care System

7/1/02 – 6/30/04

                                                     (Full Board)

 

0400.550  NA/1 Appointed Bob Wahl to the Assessment Appeals Board, replacing Steven Sassoon, for his unexpired term ending June 1, 2004.  (Calcagno)

OTHER BOARD MATTERS:

 

6300.000  5.   Board comments and referrals: 

 

a.   Supervisor Pennycook announced that the Restorative Justice Commission will be having a second meeting with retailers working on principles for young people that are doing apparent activities within their facilities.  She reiterated that the month of June is “Adopt-A-Cat” Month.  She stated there are a number of kittens, as well as neutered adult cats available from the Monterey County Animal Shelter. She featured Miles, a neutered 3-year old domestic short hair cat, gray with white patches.  The featured dog of the week is Marcus, a 2-year old Appenzeller Mountain Dog mix, with a sweet disposition.

b.   Supervisor Armenta respectfully requested that the Board receive an update in Closed Session, either today or at the next Board meeting, on the status of negotiations with the Resident Physician Unit at the Natividad Medical Center, and with SEIU Local 817 and 535 for the Social Workers and Eligibility Workers.

c.   Supervisor Potter requested that consideration be given to the development of a Fort Ord Interpretive Center on or near the proposed Veteran’s Cemetery site, which might perhaps contain some of the historic elements of Fort Ord that are either requested for preservation, or could potentially be lost through base redevelopment.

d.   Supervisor Potter requested that County staff develop a timeframe in and around the General Plan Update hearing process that does allow the ten day opportunity for dissemination of information.  He requested closure of the Planning Commission public hearing process for the week ending July 5th, which would allow preliminary discussions at the Board level on Tuesday, July 9th.  Supervisor Potter requested the incorporation of the Board holding at least one evening meeting during this process, to allow working individuals to come before this Board.  The County Administrative Officer is also requested to look at the possibility of meeting more than one day, for the decision-making after closure of the public hearing.  Staff is directed to disseminate information on the General Plan Updates to the Board as quickly as possible.  Supervisor Calcagno reiterated the request to staff to outline the Board’s procedures and timeframe.

e.   Supervisor Pennycook announced that there has been a request for an evening meeting at AMBAG on Monday, July 8th.  The County of Santa Cruz is attempting to change the figures and the factoring that went into the allocation of State projected housing needs between the two counties.  The County Administrative Officer is directed to have accurate representations on behalf of Monterey County made at this meeting.

 

0601.025  6.   County Administrative Officer’s Comments and Reports:  Sally R. Reed, County Administrative Officer, announced that Debby Bradshaw is moving into the position that was previously held by Susan Lyons, working with the Board as a liaison and helping her in coordinating the agenda.  Ms. Lyons has assumed new duties, working with the land use advisory committees (LUACs) and the General Plan Update. 

 

1900.000  7.   Approved the June 4, 2002 Report of the Legislative Subcommittee, including updates from the Water Resources Agency and Natividad Medical Center; recommended “Watch” positions on State SB 1464 (Soto) and SB 1802 (Soto); a recommended resolution and letter supporting the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women; review of a favorable U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determination regarding habitat on the former Fort Ord; recommended approval of a contract with John Freshman Associates for federal legislative advocacy services for Fiscal Year 2002-03; an update on federal homeland security funding authorizations; and updates on state and federal sponsored legislation.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Armenta, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the Legislative Subcommittee report, and adopted Resolution No. 02-264, supporting the ratification of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).

 

0125.000  52.  Agreement No. A-09029:  Approved contract with John Freshman Associates, Inc. for the provision of federal legislative advocacy services in the amount of $102,500 from July 1, 2002 through June 30, 2003.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Armenta, and unanimously carried.

 

6300.000  8.   Accepted Report from Board of Supervisors’ Budget Committee for May 2002.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried, the Board accepted the report.

 

2050.000  9.   Resolution No. 02-260:  Adopted Resolution commending Donald E. Absher, Monterey County Sheriff’s Department, upon his retirement from public service.  (Potter)

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Potter, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried.

 

2050.000  10.  Resolution No. 02-263:  Adopted Resolution commending Richard Angel Vaiz, Monterey County Deputy Sheriff, upon his retirement from public service.  (Potter)

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Potter, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried.

 

2050.000  11.  Resolution No. 02-262:  Adopted Resolution congratulating Marion Gattis, Clerk Typist, Tuberculosis Records Unit, Family and Community Health Division, upon her retirement from the Monterey County Health Department after 34 years of public service.  (Potter)

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Potter, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried.

 

SCHEDULED MATTERS

 

10:00 a.m.

 

0110.000  S-6  a.   Agreement No. A-09017:  Approved and authorized the Agricultural Commissioner to sign Standard State Agreement 01-0226C with the California Department of Pesticide Regulation for the restricted materials management system pilot project, and increased estimated revenues and appropriations by $27,950 for the period of June 1, 2002 through June 30, 2003.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Calcagno, seconded by Supervisor Johnsen, and unanimously carried.

 

0150.142      b.   Adopted the Fiscal Year 2002-03 Final Budget for the County of Monterey including the special districts and agencies governed by the Board of Supervisors.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Calcagno, seconded by Supervisor Armenta, and unanimously carried, the Board adopted the following Resolutions approving the Fiscal Year 2002-03 Final Budget:

 

Res No.

Title

02-265

County of Monterey

02-266

Monterey County Redevelopment Agency

02-267

Monterey County Water Resources Agency

 

0150.142      c.   Adopted Fiscal Year 2002-03 Final Work Program for

4600.000           Fund 002, Budget Unit 300, Public Works.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Calcagno, seconded by Supervisor Johnsen, and unanimously carried.

 

0150.142      d.   Resolution No. 02-268:  Adopted a Resolution

0601.100           levying the Paramedic Emergency Medical Services Special Tax for Fiscal Year 2002-2003 at the rate of $12.00 per service unit.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Calcagno, seconded by Supervisor Armenta, and unanimously carried.

 

1225.000  S-7  Received informational report from Keyser Marston Associates regarding affordable housing alternatives for East Garrison, Fort Ord.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried.

 

11:00 a.m.

 

3150.000  S-8  Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration; Adopt a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program; and approve a Combined Development Permit and Design Approval (PLN970492, Post Ranch) for development on Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 419-311-034-000 (Parcel A, 96.8 acres), 419-311-035-000 (Parcel B, 12.4 acres) and 419-311-036-000 (Parcel C, 12.8 acres) consisting of:  a Coastal Development Permit each for a Minor Subdivision and Lot Line Adjustment, reducing Parcel A by 4.2 acres to 92.6 acres, reducing Parcel B by .3 acres to 12.1 acres, reducing Parcel C by 1 acre to 11.8 acres, and creating the new 5.5 acre Parcel D (Parcel D is allowed pursuant to a previously approved permit PLN980453, transfer of development right for one residential unit).  A Coastal Development Permit on Parcel A for ten new inn units (5,630 square feet), receipt of one residential development credit from donor project (PC95107), twenty-four new employee housing units (14,556 square feet), yoga/exercise/spa (4,740 square feet), a mercantile/gallery (2,500 square feet), a service building (6,300 square feet), and a maintenance/shop (2,800 square feet).  A coastal Development Permit on Parcel A for wastewater system improvements and an amended water system permit; a General Development Plan; and a Design Approval for 150,000 gallon water tank site on Parcel C.  The Combined Development Permit on Parcel A includes grading of 6,243 cubic yards of cut and 5,928 cubic yards of fill, drainage, erosion control, landscaping, habitat restoration and protection, relocation of parking areas, increased and improved public access trails and recreation areas and demolition of the existing pool, adjacent structures and Quonset buildings and relocation of firewood storage shed.  The property is located approximately 26 miles south of Carmel, west of Highway 1, at Post Ranch, Big Sur area, Coastal zone.  (Appeal filed by Joy Stockwell)

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Potter, seconded by Supervisor Pennycook, and unanimously carried, the Board denied the appeal, and approved the staff’s recommendations, thereby adopting Resolution No. 02-269, approving the Mitigated Negative Declaration, adopting the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and approving the Combined Development Permit and Design Approval for the Post Ranch Expansion subject to the Findings and Evidence contained in Exhibit “B” and conditions contained in Exhibit “C”.

 

0200.050  S-9  Continued public hearing to consider request from AT&T Broadband for a transfer of control over the TCI Cablevision Cable System Franchise to AT&T Comcast. Staff Recommendation:  Denial.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Pennycook, seconded by Supervisor Johnsen, and unanimously carried, the Board granted a two-week continuance, to Tuesday, July 9, 2002 at 2:30 p.m. for an open public hearing.  In approving the continuance, it is noted for the record that it is accompanied by an extension by AT&T of the Board’s time to act on the proposed transfer of control under 47 U.S.C. 537.

 

11:30 a.m.

 

S-10 Closed Session relating to the following items:

 

6200.000      a.   Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding the following existing litigation:

 

1.   Baldwin, et al. v. County of Monterey, et al.

2.   H-Y-H Corporation v. County of Monterey

 

BOARD ACTION:  No reportable action taken.

 

6200.000      b.   Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(b), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding the following potential litigation:

 

1.   Martha Solis  (WC)

 

BOARD ACTION:  No reportable action taken.

 

6200.000      c.   Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(b), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding one matter of potential litigation.

 

BOARD ACTION:  No reportable action taken.

 

d.   Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(c), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding one matter of potential litigation.

 

BOARD ACTION:  The Board authorized the filing of a Petition for Writ of Mandate against the County of Santa Cruz challenging the adoption and implementation of their maintenance and habitat restoration plan for the Pajaro River, in order to pursue more aggressive mechanized clearing of the Pajaro River which Monterey County and the Monterey County Water Resources Agency view as essential to appropriate flood protection.

 

ORDER FOR ADJOURNMENT TO TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2002 AT 9:30 A.M.

 

                                  APPROVED:

 

 

 

                                  __________________________________    Chair

ATTEST:

SALLY R. REED,

Clerk of the Board

 

 

 

By:________________________________

                            Deputy

 

(Supplementary Sheet)

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

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

 

NATIVIDAD MEDICAL CENTER:

 

0125.000  12.  Agreement No. A-09044:  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medial Center (NMC) to enter into a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) Partnership agreement with a group of Orthopedic Surgeons with the intent of opening a freestanding ambulatory surgery center on the Natividad campus.

 

0125.000  13.  Agreement No. A-09045:  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to sign a lease agreement with the Natividad Foundation and to make all tenant improvements to the office space occupied by the Foundation in the Natividad Professional Center.

 

0601.525  14.  Approved Natividad Medical Center’s delegation of services agreement form for supervising physician and physician assistant (PA), and the supervising physician’s responsibility agreement form for the supervision of the physician assistant (PA).

 

0601.525  15.  Approved Natividad medical Center’s Privilege Delineation forms and current competency/proctoring criteria form.

 

0601.525  16.  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to increase established purchase order by $55,000 (from $25,000 to $80,000) for Unified Security Associates, Inc. for the unarmed security services of the hospital for the FY 2001-2002.

 

0125.000  17.  Agreement No. A-09046:  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to sign an agreement with Achievementors to provide temporary surgical services management, not to exceed $95,000, and will commence on or after June 1, 2002 for sixteen (16) weeks.

 

0125.000  18.  Agreement No. A-09047:  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to 1)sign an agreement with Amish Shah, MD to provide general anesthesia services in the amount of $250,000/year, effective August 1, 2002; 2) reimbursed relocation expenses in an amount not to exceed $5,000.

 

0601.525  19.  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to establish a purchase order for Siemens Medical Solutions in the amount of $1.54 million for software applications, support and maintenance for FY 2002-2003.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried.

 

0125.000  20.  Agreement No. A-09048:  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to sign a service agreement with Northern California Cancer Center to provide abstracts of cancer cases for cancer registry.

 

0125.000  21.  Agreement No. A-09049:  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to sign an agreement with Nancy (Nani) Balph to provide radiologic technologist services for NMC in an amount to exceed $35,000, effective July 2002 through September 2002.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried.

 

0601.525  22.  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center to increase established purchase order by $20,000 (from $34,800 to $54,800) for the security shred and bail of confidential material provided by Miller’s Transfer & Storage for the FY 2001-2002.

 

0601.525  23.  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to increase NMC’s existing purchase orders in Diagnostic Imaging with COHR, dba: Masterplan, from $189,175 to $249,527.17.

 

0525.000  24.  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center to accept plans and specifications prepared by Dennis Hodgin, Architect, and to advertise for bids for tenant improvements for Hartnell Community College phase II tenant improvements for space totaling approximately 10,130 square feet in the Natividad Professional Center.

 

0601.525  25.  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center to increase the established purchase order for First Alarm by $20,000 (from $24,000 to $44,000) for the security and fire alarm monitoring of Natividad Medical Center, Plaza and Blanco Clinics for FY 2001-2002.

 

0125.000  26.  Agreement No. A-09050:  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center to sign an agreement with Susan Dupree, RN, to provide professional services relating to the administrative fellowship program.  The total amount of the agreement will not exceed $60,000.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried.

 

0601.525  27.  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to increase NMC’s existing purchase orders in diagnostic imaging with American Traveler Professionals, LLC, from $300,000 to $415,000.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Johnsen, seconded by Supervisor Calcagno, and unanimously carried.

 

0601.525  28.  Approved and authorized Natividad Medical Center to install and repaint an American with Disabilities Act – compliant ramp and the designated Handicapped parking spaces closest to the emergency room entrance pursuant to Government Code §830.6.

 

0601.525  29.  Approved and authorized capital equipment expenditures for Natividad Medical Center for the first quarter, fiscal year 2002-2003, in the amount of $582,087.

 

0601.525  30.  Approved Natividad Medical Center’s Interdisciplinary Policies and Procedures (IDPs).

 

0601.525  31.  Approved changes in the medical staff status, appointments, reappointments and joint conference report for May 20, 2002.

 

0601.525  32.  Approved and authorized the CEO of Natividad Medical Center (NMC) to rollover established purchase order amounts for the listed professional contract services for FY 2002-03.

 

HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES:

 

0601.100  33.  Resolution No. 02-274:  Proclaimed State of Local Emergency relating to the spread of HIV among injection drug users in Monterey County.

BOARD ACTION:  Upon motion of Supervisor Armenta, seconded by Supervisor Pennycook, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the Staff’s recommendation.

 

0125.000  34.  Agreement No. A-09018:  Approved and authorized the Director of Health to sign fiscal year 2001-02 Behavioral Health Services Agreement with Alameda County for the provision of skilled nursing facility services for patients with Organic Brain Syndrome in the amount of $157,974.

 

0601.100  35.  Approved submission of the fiscal year 2002-03 County plan for continuing services mandated by the Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000 (Proposition 36) to the State Department of Alcohol and Drug programs.

 

0125.000  36.  Agreement No. A-09019:  Approved and authorized the Director of Health to sign a contract with Davis Guest Home in the annual amounts of $119,600 for FY 2002-2003, FY 2004-2005 for services to adults with severe psychiatric disabilities; and authorized the Director of Health to approve contract amendments up to 50% of the annual amount, which do not significantly alter the scope of work or result in an increase to net county cost.

 

0125.000  37.  Agreement No. A-09020:  Approved and authorized the Director of Health to sign a contract with Beverly Health and Rehabilitation Services, Inc., d.b.a. San Jose Care and Guidance in the annual amounts of $426,817 for FY 2002-2003; FY 2003-2004, and FY 2004-2005 for a Short-Doyle Skilled Nursing Facility for the Psychiatric Care of Adults; and authorized the Director of Health to approve contract amendments up to a maximum of 50% of the contract amount, which do not significantly alter the scope of work or result in an increase to net County cost.

 

0110.000  38.  Agreement No. A-09021:  Approved and authorized the Director of Health to sign Agreement #02-25170 with the State Department of Health Services in the amount of $104,941 for the Immunization Assistance Program for the period of July 1, 2002 through June 30, 2003; and authorized the Director of Health to approve future amendments up to 50% of the annual amount, which do not significantly alter the scope of work or result in an increase to net County cost.

 

0125.000  39.  Agreement No. A-09022:  Approved and authorized the Director of Health to sign a subcontract with San Diego State University Foundation for funding of the California-Mexico Binational Health Week (October 12-19, 2001) in the amount of $10,000 for FY 2001-02.

 

0125.000  39.1 Agreement No. A-09043:  Approved and authorized the Director of Health to sign Behavioral Health Services Agreement with Devereux Cleo Wallace for the provision of mental health services in the amount of $29,785 for the period of October 15, 2001 through June 30, 2002; authorized the Director of Health to approve contract amendments up to 50% of the annual amount which do not significantly alter the scope of work or result in an increase to net county cost.

 

0125.000  40.  Agreement No. A-09023:  Accepted $312,500 from the

0602.550      Monterey County Children and Families Commission to

0401.155      fund the Child Care Salary/Retention Incentive Program through the Child Care Planning Council; authorized Director to sign agreement.

 

0125.000  41.  Agreement No. A-09024:  Approved a $74,340 three-year contract with the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG) for the period October 1, 2001 through September 30, 2004 for trip assistance services for CalWORKs and former CalWORKs customers.

 

0125.000  42.  Agreement No. A-09025:  Approved and authorized the Chair to sign an Agreement with Hartnell Community College District in the amount of $88,162 to provide specialized training for Adoptive Parents Program for FY 2002-2003.

 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE:

 

0601.300  43.  Increased estimated revenues and appropriations totaling

0150.141      $6,622 in budget unit 256, Juvenile Hall, to purchase tables for recreation room and recreation equipment.

 

0125.000  44.  Agreement No. A-08558:  Approved and authorized the Chief Probation Officer to sign a professional services agreement in the amount of $200,000 with Turning Point of Central California to provide youth development education and employment services.

 

          45.  REMOVED FROM AGENDA, NO ACTION TAKEN to approve and authorize the Sheriff to submit a grant application with the State of California, Health and Human Services Agency, and the Department of Health Services, for $215,000 to procure funding for local enforcement of Tobacco Control Laws, Fiscal Years 2002-2003 to 2003-2004.

 

0602.500  46.  Resolution No. 02-273:  Approved and authorized the Sheriff to sign a grant application in the amount of $250,000 with the National Institute of Justice to provide funding for a Crime Laboratory Improvement Program for fiscal year 2002-2003.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

 

6300.000  47.  Approved Action Minutes for the meeting of Tuesday, June 4, 2002, copies having been distributed to each Board Member.

    

0125.000  48.  Agreement No. A-09027:  Approved and authorized the Agricultural Commissioner to sign and execute an Agreement with Streamline Business Solutions for replacement of the current statewide Restricted Materials Permit Program in the amount of $42,950.

 

0125.000  49.  Agreement No. A-09026:  Awarded a contract with Linda Vista Landscape for landscape maintenance services in County Service Area 15 (CSA 15) in the amount of $30,368, and authorized execution of the agreement.

 

0525.000  50.  Awarded Construction Contract to Granite Construction Co., low bidder, in the amount of $38,700 for the base bid and $40,399 for Alternate #4 for Roadway Overlay at Laguna Seca Recreation Area, Bid No. 9590; authorized the Chair of the Board to sign the contract; authorized the Director of Parks to approve change orders up to 4% of the bid, and directed the Auditor-Controller to encumber $83,053.95 in Account No. 001-750-7516-6780 for the bid and change order contingencies.

 

0525.000  51.  Awarded Construction Contract to Granite Construction, DBA Pavex Construction Division, low bidder in the amount of $173,586 for the base bid and $43,736 for Alternate #2 for Lakebed Drainage Improvements at Laguna Seca Recreation Area, Bid No. 9600; authorized the Chair of the Board to sign the contract; authorized the Director of Parks to approve Change Orders up to 10% of the bid; and directed the Auditor-Controller to encumber $239,054.20 in Account No. 001-750-7516-6780 for the bid and change order contingencies.

 

          52.  Approved contract with John Freshman Associates, Inc. for the provision of federal legislative advocacy services in the amount of $102,500 from July 1, 2002 through June 30, 2003.  (Moved under Item No. 7, “Other Board Matters,” to be acted upon concurrently with the Board’s Legislative Subcommittee Report)

 

1590.000  53.  Authorized the County Administrative Officer and/or her designee to bind excess general liability coverage for fiscal year 2002-2003.

 

0125.000  54.  Agreement No. A-09028:  Approved two-year renewal of Vision Service Plan (VSP) administrative services agreement for fiscal years 2002-2003 and 2003-2004.

0125.000  55.  Agreement No. A-08727:  Approved Amendment No. 1 in the amount of $12,397 to the Professional Services Agreement with Coplan & Company for an increase in the scope of work to be performed on the Human Resources/Payroll Requirements Definition Project, to extend the expiration date, and authorized the Auditor-Controller or his designee, to sign additional amendments.

 

0525.000  56.  Awarded contract to William A. Thayer Construction for the project “King City Courthouse Remodel” in the amount of $489,223, including change order contingencies; direct the Auditor-Controller to make payments upon the approval of Capital Projects Management; and reject the other two bids.

 

0601.175  57.  Agreement No. A-09031:  Authorized the County

0125.000      Administrative Officer to negotiate annual contracts,

0525.000      in an amount not to exceed $4,693,000, with Nova Partners, Inc. to provide project management services for a new County Administrative Facility and the renovation and remodeling of the North, East and West Wings at the County of Monterey Civic Center Complex in Salinas.

 

0125.000  58.  Agreement No. A-09032:  Approved contract with Lucille A. Ueltzen & Associates for professional training and development resources to the County in the amount of $83,302 through June 30, 2003.

 

0601.175  59.  Approved refinancing procedures for existing

5100.000      Inclusionary Housing units.

 

0125.000  60.  Agreement No. A-09033 and A-09034:  Approved agreements

0150.142      with Tiburon, Inc, for the purchase of Geographic Conversion Toolkit (GCT) in the amount of $28,883 and to purchase an upgrade to the existing Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system in the amount of $157,643 and directed the Auditor-Controller to increase the allocation in fixed asset account 6890 and increase revenue in account 5899 by $186,526 each in Budget Unit 152 for the Department of Emergency Communication for the budget fiscal year 2001-2002.

 

0600.760  61.  Increased estimated revenue and appropriations totaling $72,022 in budget unit 152, Emergency Communications.

 

0125.000  62.  Agreement Nos. A-09035 through A-09038:  Approved and authorized the Emergency Communications Director to sign the following agreements for 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Dispatch Services:

 

Agr No.

Agency

A-09035

Spreckels Volunteer Fire Department

A-09036

California State University at Monterey Bay

A-09037

Big Sur Volunteer fire Brigade

A-09038

Monterey Peninsula Airport District

 

0125.000  63.  Agreement No. A-07090:  Approved and authorized the Contracts/Purchasing Manager to sign Amendment 2 to Lease Agreement No. A-07090 to extend the lease period through August 31, 2007 with Jack R. and Beverly B. Hudson, Trustees of the Hudson Living Trust for 3,031 square feet of general office space at 140 West Gabilan Street, Salinas, California, for use by the District Attorney’s Investigations Division.

 

0403.825  64.  Concurred with the Workforce Investment Board (WIB) to

0600.150      extend the Office for Employment Training (OET) Youth Tutorial Project in the amount of $250,000; authorized the WIB Executive Director to execute and modify respective agreements.

 

0600.850  65.  Approved the transfer of $60,000 from Services and Supplies to Fixed Assets in Budget Unit 106, General Services for the purchase of equipment in the Fleet Management Division and the Printing Services/Mail Operations Division.

 

PLANNING AND BUILDING INSPECTION:

 

6000.500  66.  Accepted Parcel Map for 4 residential lots, Tax Report, Subdivision Improvement Agreement, Subdivision Security, Notice (Water Conservation), Deed Restriction and Covenants, Deed of Trust with Assignment of Rents, Subdivision Title Guarantee, and Recording Fee for Minor Subdivision File No. 990071 for Upper Forty LLC, located easterly of Los Laureles Grade Road, Los Laureles Grade Road area, Greater Monterey Peninsula Area Plan.

 

5900.000  67.  Resolution No. 02-271:  Adopted Resolution to ensure consistency between Resolution 01-392 and the Superior Court judgment in Kenny et al. v. Monterey County regarding the one-foot non-access strip at the end of Via Cazador (Rancho Tierra Grande Subdivision, Carmel Valley).

 

0125.000  68.  Agreement No. A-09039:  Approved and authorized the Chair to sign on behalf of the Board, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Regional Analysis & Planning Services Inc. (“RAPS”), a nonprofit organization of the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (“AMBAG”) to provide staffing services for the Monterey County Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC) from July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2004 for an amount not to exceed $68,944.

 

PUBLIC WORKS:

 

0525.000  69.  Awarded a contract in the amount of $44,787 to Central Striping Service, Inc. for placing Raised Pavement Markers on various County roads in 2002.

 

0525.000  70.  Approved an increase in the amount of $453,270 in contingency funding for construction of the State Highway 1 County Sponsored Widening Project, Carmel area.

 

4600.000  71.  Amended Public Works Budget Unit 300 to authorize

0150.141      purchase of a portable pump for the Pajaro Storm Drain Phase 2C Project; and approve transfer of $20,643 within Budget Unit 300 from Services and Supplies to Fixed Assets.

 

0125.000  72.  Agreement No. A-09040:  Approved a Hold Harmless Agreement between the County of Monterey and Paul C. Rauber, in connection with a Community Cleanup Day in Cachagua on June 29, 2002; and authorized the Public Works Director to execute the agreement on behalf of the County.

 

0125.000  73.  Agreement No. A-09041:  Approved a Hold Harmless Agreement between the County of Monterey and Rick Pinch, in connection with a Community Cleanup Day in Cachagua on June 29, 2002; and authorized the Public Works Director to execute the agreement on behalf of the County.

 

0125.000  74.  Agreement No. A-09042:  Approved Amendment No. 1 in the amount of $8,320 to the Professional Services Agreement with EMC Planning Group, Inc. for environmental consulting services for the Castroville/Elkhorn Bicycle Path Project, Castroville area.

 

0525.000  75.  Awarded contract in the amount of $12,880 to Republic Electric for installation of Light Emitting Diode Lamps at Traffic Signals and Beacons at Various Locations.

 

4600.000  76.  Resolution No. 02-272:  Approved submission of four grant applications in the amount of $1,299,200 to the Transportation Agency for Monterey County for 2% Transportation Development Act Funds.

 

2800.000  77.  Introduced, waived the reading, and set July 9, 2002 at 2:30 p.m. for a public hearing to adopt an ordinance amending Monterey County Code Title 12 Section 12.28.010 to add an additional no parking to a portion of Railroad Avenue in the community of Pajaro.

(Back)