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File #: 19-1757    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 11/20/2019 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 1/14/2020 Final action: 1/14/2020
Title: Chief Administrative Office, Facilities Division, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Approve the use of the Design-Build construction project delivery method for the New Placerville Juvenile Hall Facility Project; 2) Authorize the release of a Request for Proposal for Construction Bridging Documents for the Placerville Juvenile Hall; and 3) Authorize the Chief Administrative Officer to submit a request to the United States Department of Justice to repay a portion of the grant funds for the South Lake Tahoe Juvenile Treatment Facility to be directed toward the new Placerville Juvenile Hall Project. (Est. Time: 30 Min.) (Cont. 1/7/20, Item 28) FUNDING: Senate Bill 81 Local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Financing Program ($9.6 million) and General Fund ($5.9 million).
Attachments: 1. A - DRAFT SB81 Request for Proposal, 2. Public Comment Rcvd 1-14-20 BOS 1-14-20
Related files: 19-0170, 14-1586
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Chief Administrative Office, Facilities Division, recommending the Board consider the following:
1) Approve the use of the Design-Build construction project delivery method for the New Placerville Juvenile Hall Facility Project;
2) Authorize the release of a Request for Proposal for Construction Bridging Documents for the Placerville Juvenile Hall; and
3) Authorize the Chief Administrative Officer to submit a request to the United States Department of Justice to repay a portion of the grant funds for the South Lake Tahoe Juvenile Treatment Facility to be directed toward the new Placerville Juvenile Hall Project. (Est. Time: 30 Min.) (Cont. 1/7/20, Item 28)

FUNDING: Senate Bill 81 Local Youthful Offender Rehabilitative Financing Program ($9.6 million) and General Fund ($5.9 million).
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
Design-Build and RFP
An El Dorado County Juvenile Hall Needs Assessment Study, commissioned in 2014 determined the most pressing need confronting the County juvenile justice system was the replacement of the aged, antiquated and now closed Placerville facility. The assessment indicated that the facility lacked adequate program space and was not sufficient to support today’s juvenile justice treatment practices. The study concluded that expansion or renovation of the existing facility would not be cost effective, and recommended total replacement of the facility.
Senate Bill 81 (2007) provided grant funding to local governments for the expansion, replacement or renovation of existing juvenile hall/treatment facilities. In late 2014 an application for funding was submitted to the Board of State of Community Corrections (BSCC) per El Dorado County Resolution #231-2014. In early 2015 a letter was received from BSCC stating that El Dorado County was issued a conditional award of $9.6 million for a 40 bed facility. After further review, Chief Probation Officer, Brian Richart, requested of the BSCC a scope change to reduce the original proposal from a...

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