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Meeting date/time: 6/11/2024 9:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
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24-1010 11.Agenda ItemClerk of the Board recommending the Board approve the Minutes from the regular meeting of the Board on May 21, 2024.   Not available Not available
24-1030 12.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign a Fiscal Year 2023-24 budget transfer increasing operating transfers from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Special Revenue Fund by $5,172,684, and reducing the Planning and Building budget by $1,500,000 for ARPA funds that will no longer be allocated to Broadband projects due to the receipt of grant funding and refined project costs. (4/5 vote required) FUNDING: American Rescue Plan Act State and Local Fiscal Recover Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0920 13.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office recommending the Board order the Auditor-Controller to disburse $260,417.60 to the El Dorado County Fire Protection District from its Development Impact Mitigation Fee Account for the equipment to outfit the District’s new ladder truck at Station 28. FUNDING: Development Impact Mitigation Fees.   Not available Not available
24-0867 14.Agenda ItemEmergency Medical Services (EMS) Preparedness & Response, a Division of the Chief Administrative Office, recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute Agreement 8722 with Barton Healthcare System for the disbursement of Richie’s Funds from the County’s EMS Fund for a three-year period, effective upon execution, with a maximum amount of $11,000 Fiscal Year 2023-24 and the provision that funding under the Agreement, in future years, will not exceed funding available for distribution in the Richie’s Fund; and 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute any necessary amendments relating to Agreement 8722, which do not affect amount of funds to be distributed or the term of the Agreement, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management. FUNDING: EMS Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0879 15.Agenda ItemEmergency Medical Services (EMS) Preparedness & Response, a Division of the Chief Administrative Office, recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign a budget transfer increasing estimated revenues and appropriations by $355,000 in County Service Areas 3 & 7 operating funds, the ambulance billing suspense fund, and the EMS Administration fund. (4/5 vote required) FUNDING: Ambulance service fees.   Not available Not available
24-0760 16.Agenda ItemOffice of Wildfire Preparedness and Resilience, a Division of the Chief Administrative Office, recommending the Board: 1) In accordance with Chapter 3.13, Section 3.13.030(B) of County Ordinance Code, Contracting Out, find that the services needed to provide environmental and historical preservation reviews for the Weber Creek Project requires specialty skills, qualifications, expertise, and technology not available within current County classifications; 2) Award Request for Proposal (RFP) 24-918-021 to EMC Planning Group, Inc. for the Weber Creek Environmental Hazard Review; 3) Approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign Agreement 8717 with EMC Planning Group, Inc. for the Weber Creek Project environmental and historical preservation review services for a term of three years upon final execution and a total amount of $192,137.01; and 4) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute any necessary amendments relating to Agreement 8717, excluding term extensions and increases to the not-to-exceed amount, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management. FUNDING: F   Not available Not available
24-0955 17.Agenda ItemOffice of Wildfire Preparedness and Resilience, a Division of the Chief Administrative Office, recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign Agreement 8713 with Lake Valley Fire Protection District to provide defensible space inspection services, including education, outreach, and response to resident complaints for violations, within the Tahoe Basin in the amount of $78,750 for the period of July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025; and 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute any necessary amendments relating to Agreement 8713, excluding term extensions and increases to the not-to-exceed amount, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management. FUNDING: General Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0984 18.Agenda ItemProcurement and Contracts, a Division of the Chief Administrative Office, presenting a list of County surplus property and recommending the Board so declare and authorize disposal of same in accordance with the County's Procurement Policy C-17, Section 6.0 Surplus Property, thereof. FUNDING: Various.   Not available Not available
24-1004 19.Agenda ItemProcurement and Contracts, a Division of the Chief Administrative Office, recommending the Board declare a service weapon as surplus and approve the sale of the weapon to retired Sheriff Deputy Bryan Graf. FUNDING: General Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0888 110.Agenda ItemProcurement and Contracts, a Division of the Chief Administrative Office, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Make findings in accordance with El Dorado County Ordinance Code, Chapter 3.13.030 (b) that specialty skills and qualifications not expressly identified in County classifications are involved in the performance of the work; 2) Approve and authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute amendment II to contract 6429 with Viking Shred LLC to increase the amount by $20,000, for a new total amount of $95,800, with no changes to the term that expires on November 05, 2024; and 3) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute any necessary amendments relating to contract 6429, excluding term extensions or increases to the not-to-exceed amount, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management. FUNDING: General Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0953 111.Agenda ItemHuman Resources Department recommending the Board: 1) Approve continuation of the current perpetual Agreement 886 with GovernmentJobs.com, Inc., doing business as NeoGov, for ongoing maintenance of the countywide applicant tracking license, subscription to GovernmentJobs.com website, background check integration, and performance evaluation tracking module; 2) Approve and authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute Amendment VII to continue the Agreement for the period of July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025, in the amount of $83,345.26; and 3) Approve and authorize the Purchasing Agent sign the NeoGov Order Form for the annual renewal in the amount of $83,345.26 for the period of July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025. FUNDING: General Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0954 112.Agenda ItemHuman Resources Department, Risk Management Division, recommending the Board: 1) Make findings that the provision of pre-employment health screening and physical examinations provided by Occu-Med LTD. are in the public's best interest and that there are specialty skills, qualifications, and equipment not expressly identified in County classifications involved in the performance of the work in accordance with El Dorado County Ordinance Code, Chapter 3.13.030(B); 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Amendment I to Agreement 6922 with Occu-Med LTD., for pre-employment health screening and physical examinations to increase the amount by $34,000, for a new total amount of $310,000, with no change to the term ending December 31, 2024; and 3) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute any necessary amendments relating to Agreement 6922, excluding term extensions and increases to the amount, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management. FUNDING: General Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0848 113.Agenda ItemTreasurer-Tax Collector's Office recommending the Board: 1) Make findings in accordance with Board of Supervisors Policy C-17 - Procurement, section 3.4.3 that competitive bidding is not required for continued use of specialized 457 deferred compensation plans consulting services; and 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the First Amendment to Agreement for Services 7796 with Morgan Stanley Domestic Holdings LLC, DBA Hyas Group, to provide consulting services for a term of three years in an amount not-to-exceed $130,000. FUNDING: General Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0904 114.Agenda ItemTreasurer-Tax Collector's Office recommending the Board approve the continuation of the perpetual agreement with Bloomberg Finance LP for an estimated annual contract amount of $31,500 for Fiscal Year 2024-25. FUNDING: General Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0697 115.Agenda ItemTreasurer-Tax Collector’s Office, Revenue Recovery Division, recommending the Board discharge the relevant departments and department heads from further accountability to collect the debts listed on the attached Discharge of Accountability Summary by Department in the amount of $321,984.50, pursuant to Government Code Sections 25257 through 25259. Some of these debts date as far back as 1999, and are uncollectible due to expiration of statute of limitations, death or bankruptcy, and consequently are unlikely to be collected. FUNDING: N/A   Not available Not available
24-1054 116.Agenda ItemSupervisor Thomas recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign a Letter of Support for the California State Association of Counties' recommendation of the State of California’s FY 2024-25 Joint Legislative Budget Proposal. FUNDING: N/A   Not available Not available
24-1032 117.Agenda ItemChild Support Services (CSS) recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a budget transfer decreasing the CSS Salary and Benefits appropriations by $60,0000 and increasing Fixed Asset appropriations by $60,000 (4/5 vote required); and 2) Approve the addition of a $60,000 Security Camera Upgrade Project to the Fiscal Year 2023-23 Fixed Asset List for Child Support Services. FUNDING: Federal and State Child Support Funds.   Not available Not available
24-0551 118.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency (HHSA) recommending the Board: 1) Make findings that the provision of Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (DMC-ODS) Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services provided by Granite Wellness Centers are in the public's best interest and that there are specialty skills, qualifications, and equipment not expressly identified in County classifications involved in the performance of the work in accordance with El Dorado County Ordinance Code, Chapter 3.13.030(B); 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Amendment II to competitively bid Agreement for Services 7906 with Granite Wellness Centers (Granite), for the retroactive effective date of December 1, 2023, to update the billing rates (as shown in Amended Exhibit B-2 of the Agreement) to include perinatal rates for pregnant/parenting women and their children to receive SUD services, with no changes to the maximum obligation of $2,841,732 or term of the Agreement; 3) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute amendments relating to Agreement 7906, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Mana   Not available Not available
24-0620 119.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency (HHSA) recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign revenue Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) 8212 with Snowline Hospice of El Dorado County, for referral of eligible participants to the Adult Day Services Program for caregiver respite services, for a term of three years upon execution and for a total revenue amount of $90,000; 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute amendments relating to MOU 8212, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management, which do not increase the Net County Cost of the MOU; and 3) Authorize the HHSA Director, or the Chief Assistant Director, to execute programmatic, administrative, and fiscal documents relating to MOU 8212. FUNDING: HHSA receives revenue through this MOU which originates from the Snowline Hospice of El Dorado County's Snowline Dementia Connection Program to provide short-term respite grants.   Not available Not available
24-0958 120.Agenda ItemLibrary Department recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Director of Library Services to sign Memorandum of Understanding 8793 between NorthNet Library System and County of El Dorado for a term of five years beginning July 1, 2024, and ending June 30, 2029, to participate in and implement the Link+ resource sharing system in a total amount of $111,311; and 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute amendments relating to Memorandum of Understanding 8793, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management, which do not increase the maximum dollar amount or term of the Agreement. FUNDING: 52% Library Taxes and 48% General Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0467 121.Agenda ItemEl Dorado County Air Quality Management District recommending the Board, acting as the Board of Directors of the El Dorado County Air Quality Management District, approve the change in grant amount and authorize the Air Pollution Control Officer to execute an amendment to the AB2766 Grant funding agreement 8353 with the Cameron Park Community Services District to increase the amount by $73,515 for a new amount of $105,758 with no change to the term that expires on February 25, 2025 due to the change in costs for the proposed eligible grant project. FUNDING: AB2766 DMV Surcharge Funding.   Not available Not available
24-0788 122.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board take the following actions pertaining to the El Dorado Trail - Missouri Flat Road Bike/Pedestrian Overcrossing Phase 2 Project, Capital Improvement Program No. 36109002: 1) Award Bid Schedules A and B of the Construction Contract to Westcon Construction Corp., the lowest responsive, responsible bidder; 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the Construction Contract, subject to review and approval by County Counsel and Risk Management; 3) Authorize the Director of Transportation to sign an Escrow Agreement, if requested by the Contractor and in accordance with Public Contract Code Section 22300, for the purpose of holding Contract retention funds; and 4) Approve $250,000.00 of Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians Intergovernmental Agreement (Tribe) Funds to be added to the project. (Cont. 6/11/2024, Item 22) FUNDING: Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (18%), Road Fund (<1%), Active Transportation Program (41%), Regional Surface Transportation Program Federal Funds - Caltrans Local Assistance (31%), Transportation Dev   Not available Not available
24-0824 123.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign a budget transfer in the amount of $550,000 adjusting the budget for Fiscal Year 2023-24 to allow for the transfer of additional revenues in the Road District Tax account to the Road Fund. (4/5 vote required) FUNDING: Road District Tax Revenues.   Not available Not available
24-0833 224.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board take the following actions pertaining to the Apache Avenue Pedestrian Safety and Connectivity Project, Capital Improvement Program project number 36107021: 1) Award Bid Schedules A, B, and C of the Construction Contract to RaPiD Construction, Inc. dba Rapid General Engineering who is the lowest responsive, responsible bidder; 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the Construction Contract in the amount of $4,321,123.40 effective upon execution, subject to review and approval by County Counsel and Risk Management; 3) Authorize the Director of Transportation to sign an Escrow Agreement, if requested by the Contractor and in accordance with Public Contract Code Section 22300, for the purpose of holding Contract retention funds; and 4) Approve $250,000 of Discretionary Transient Occupancy Tax funds from Fallen Leaf Lake Road Project allocation ($1.9 million) to be redirected to the Apache Avenue Pedestrian Safety and Connectivity Project. (District 5) (Cont. 5/21/2024, Item 23) FUNDING: Active Transportation Program (37%),    Not available Not available
24-0852 125.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a Budget Transfer adjusting Transportation's budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24, increasing Fixed Assets - Equipment by $50,000, and a decrease in Professional Services in Transportation's Capital Improvement Program by $50,000; and 2) Approve the addition of two (2) Gridsmart Camera Systems at $19,000 each, one (1) Controller at $6,500 and one (1) Fiber Optic Tester at $5,500, to be used at the intersection of Harvard Way and Claremont Way, to the Department of Transportation's FY 2023-24 Fixed Asset List for a total of $50,000. FUNDING: Traffic Impact Fees (100%).   Not available Not available
24-0960 126.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board take the following actions related to the Patterson Drive Emergency Culvert Repair Project, Project number 36204002, Contract number 8597: 1) Retroactively approve and authorize the Board Chair to execute Contract Change Order 2 with Doug Veerkamp General Engineering, Inc. in the amount of $20,928.23 (4/5 vote required); 2) Retroactively approve and authorize the Board Chair to execute Contract Change Order 3 with Doug Veerkamp General Engineering, Inc. in the amount of $33,930.84 (4/5 vote required); and 3) Find that a competitive bidding exception to Public Contract Code Section 20137 exists for Contract Change Orders 2 and 3 as it would have been impractical, and the waiver of competitive bidding is appropriate. (District 3) FUNDING: Road Fund. (100%)   Not available Not available
24-0980 127.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board consider the following pertaining to the El Dorado Hills Blvd and Saratoga Way Turn Lanes Project, Capital Improvement Program project number 36105076, Contract 7447: 1) Approve and adopt the Plans and Contract Documents and authorize the Chair to sign the Plans; and 2) Authorize advertisement for construction bids. (District I) FUNDING: TIF-Zone C Local Roads - (100%).   Not available Not available
24-0926 128.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation, Fleet Division, recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign a budget transfer increasing appropriations for depreciation by $300,000, offset by an increase in charges for services. (4/5 vote required) FUNDING: Fleet Internal Service Fund.   Not available Not available
24-0777 129.Agenda ItemPlanning and Building Department, Planning Division, submitting for approval of a Large Lot Final Map (TM-F23-0003) for the Cheplick Tentative Subdivision Map (TM05-1402) creating a total of three (3) large lots for the purpose of financing and phasing, on property identified by Assessor’s Parcel Number 119-090-021(Attachment A, Exhibit C), located on the north side of US Highway 50 and east of Bass Lake Road in the El Dorado Hills area (Attachment A, Exhibit A), and recommending the Board approve Large Lot Final Map TM-F23-0003 (Attachment A, Exhibit F) for the Cheplick subdivision (Attachment A, Exhibits A-D). (District 1) FUNDING: Developer-Funded Subdivision Improvements.   Not available Not available
24-1018 130.Agenda ItemSurveyor's Office recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 098-2024 for Abandonment of Easement 2024-0005 to abandon a strip of land, 4 feet in width, lying on the southern and southeastern portion of a 100’ scenic “view” easement encumbering Parcel 1 of the Parcel Map recorded in Book 37 of Parcel Maps, at Page 82, and a subsequential Parcel Map recorded in Book 39, Page 72 of El Dorado County Records, identified as Assessor’s Parcel Number 109-330-017, located within the community of Shingle Springs, at 5225 Milton Ranch Road. (District 4) FUNDING: Application Fees. (General Fund)   Not available Not available
24-0990 131.Agenda ItemDistrict Attorney's Office recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign Fiscal Year 2023-24 budget transfer increasing appropriations and revenue under the Workers’ Compensation Fraud Special Revenue Fund, the Automobile Fraud Special Revenue Fund, and the District Attorney’s Office budget by a total of $36,462 for additional California Department of Insurance Program funding. (4/5 vote required) FUNDING: California Department of Insurance.   Not available Not available
24-0887 132.Agenda ItemProbation Department recommending the Board approve the attached Budget Transfer increasing revenues and appropriations by $25,000 for Fiscal Year 2023-24. (4/5 vote required) FUNDING: California Health and Human Services Agency, Office of Youth and Community Restoration, Secure Youth Treatment Facility placement to Less Restrictive Programs Grant (100%).   Not available Not available
24-0291 133.Agenda ItemProbation Department recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Transitional Living Lease Agreement 8636 with Tim and Ellen Page for monthly rent for transitional housing for Probation clients, located at 2986 Coloma Street in Placerville, in the monthly amount of $3,435, to commence July 1, 2024, and terminate on June 30, 2025, which totals $41,220 for the term of the lease; and 2) Authorize the payment of late fees, if incurred, in the amount of $206.10 per late payment. FUNDING: AB 109.   Not available Not available
24-0944 134.Agenda ItemSheriff’s Office recommending the Board approve and authorize the Sheriff to sign the retroactive Domestic Cannabis Eradication and Suppression Program (DCESP) grant funding Letter of Agreement 2024-12, with the United States Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration in the amount of $30,000 for the period October 1, 2023 to September 30, 2024, to defray costs relating to the eradication and suppression of illicit marijuana only. FUNDING: DCESP Funds.   Not available Not available
24-0941 135.Agenda ItemSheriff’s Office recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the acceptance, with gratitude, of a donation of twenty-one older model APX4500 remote radio heads, twenty-three APX4500 transceivers, and three ASPX 6500 transceivers from the City of South Lake Tahoe; and 2) Authorize the Auditor to add these items to the Sheriff’s Office fixed asset inventory. FUNDING: Donation.   Not available Not available
24-0981 136.Agenda ItemSheriff’s Office recommending the Board approve and authorize the Sheriff to sign a revenue agreement with the Department of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) for a two-year term effective upon execution through April 30, 2026, in the amount of $31,440 for the CHP’s use of the Sheriff’s Office Brian Ishmael Shooting Range. FUNDING: Revenue-generating agreement.   Not available Not available
24-0868 137.Agenda ItemSheriff's Office recommending the Board: 1) Make findings that the provision of HeartStart medical services to the Sheriff’s Office sworn staff by licensed healthcare professionals are in the public's best interest and that there are specialty skills, qualifications, and equipment not expressly identified in County classifications involved in the performance of the work in accordance with El Dorado County Ordinance Code, Chapter 3.13.030(B), El Dorado County Charter, Section 210(b)(6), and/or Government Code Section 31000; 2) Make findings in accordance with Procurement Policy C-17 Section 3.4.2(b) exempting the competitive bidding process, with Purchasing Agent concurrence, because “competition is precluded because of the existence of patent rights, copyrights, secret processes, control of the basis raw materials(s) or similar circumstances, and no equivalent good is available”; and 3) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Amendment I to Agreement for Services 7565 with Sigma Wellness LLC, dba, Sigma Tactical Wellness increasing the amount by $35,000, from $80,000 to $115,000,    Not available Not available
24-0982 138.Agenda ItemSupervisor Thomas recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a Proclamation designating June 13-16, 2024, as "El Dorado County Fair Week" in the County of El Dorado; and 2) Encourage members of the community to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of the El Dorado County Fair on Thursday, June 13, 2024, promptly at 11:45 a.m. at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds, Placerville Drive Gate, located at 100 Placerville Drive in Placerville. FUNDING: N/A   Not available Not available
24-0158 139.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency, Community Services Division, recommending the Board receive and file a presentation from the Community Services Division on the El Dorado County Temporary Navigation Center. FUNDING: N/A   Not available Not available
24-0895 141.Agenda ItemPlanning and Building Department, Economic Development Division, recommending the Board: 1) Receive and file a presentation from the Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) on their achievements in FY 2023-24 and plans for future support in El Dorado County in FY 2024-25; and 2) Provide direction to staff to renew the contract with GSEC for FY 2024-25 and include the funding in the FY 2024-25 Adopted Budget. FUNDING: Discretionary Transient Occupancy Tax.   Not available Not available
24-1065 142.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency, Behavioral Health Division, on behalf of the Behavioral Health Commission, recommending the Board receive and file an annual report from the Behavioral Health Commission. FUNDING: N/A   Not available Not available
24-0968 143.Agenda ItemHEARING - To consider the recommendation of the Planning Commission on the McMann project (General Plan Amendment GPA22-0004/Rezone Z22-0004/Tentative Parcel Map P22-0010) to request a General Plan Amendment from Rural Residential (RR) to Low Density Residential (LDR), Rezone from Rural Land, Ten-Acre (RL-10) to Residential Estate, Five-Acre (RE-5), and Tentative Parcel Map to create two (2) parcels of 5.0 acres in size each from an existing 10.0-acre parcel, located on the west side of Deer Valley Road, approximately 1.8 miles northeast of the intersection with Green Valley Road, in the Rescue area, submitted by David McMann, the property owner; and the Planning Commission recommending the Board take the following actions: 1) Adopt the Mitigated Negative Declaration based on the Initial Study prepared by staff in accordance with the CEQA Guidelines; (Attachment F); 2) Adopt the Mitigation Monitoring Reporting Program in accordance with CEQA Guidelines Section 15074(d), incorporated as Conditions of Approval (Attachment H); 3) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution XX 106   Not available Not available
24-0525 144.Agenda ItemHEARING - Department of Transportation recommending the Board: 1) Conduct a public hearing to consider public comment on the Annual Written Report of Benefit Assessments/Service Charges for the Zones of Benefit within County Service Area 2 for road improvement and maintenance services; and 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 095-2024 confirming the Annual Written Report and authorizing the benefit/service charges to be collected in the same manner as the County’s ad valorem real property taxes for Fiscal Year 2024-25, noting that the pre-existing benefit assessments/service charges have been in place and collected prior to the effective date of Proposition 218, with no increases in the amounts and no change in the methodology for calculating said amounts. FUNDING: County Service Area Benefit Assessments/Service Charges. (100%)   Not available Not available
24-0527 145.Agenda ItemHEARING - Department of Transportation recommending the Board: 1) Conduct a public hearing to consider public comment on the Annual Written Report of Benefit Assessments/Service Charges for the Zones of Benefit within County Service Area 9 for providing certain services, including road improvement and maintenance; drainage facility improvement and maintenance, landscape maintenance, street lighting, and/or wetland-related services; and 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 097-2024 confirming the Annual Written Report and authorizing the benefit assessments/service charges to be collected in the same manner as the County’s ad valorem real property taxes for Fiscal Year 2024-25, noting that the pre-existing benefit assessments/service charges have been in place and collected prior to the effective date of Proposition 218, with no increases in the amounts and no change in the methodology for calculating said amounts. FUNDING: County Service Area Benefit Assessments/Service Charges. (100%)   Not available Not available
24-0526 146.Agenda ItemHEARING - Department of Transportation and Environmental Management Department recommending the Board: 1) Conduct a public hearing to consider public comment on the Annual Written Report of Benefit Assessments/Service Charges for the Zones of Benefit within County Service Area 3 for vector control and snow removal services; and 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 096-2024 confirming the Annual Written Report and authorizing the benefit assessment/service charges to be collected in the same manner as the County’s ad valorem real property taxes for Fiscal Year 2024-25, noting that the pre-existing benefit assessments/service charges have been in place and collected prior to the effective date of Proposition 218, with no increases in the amounts and no change in the methodology for calculating said amounts. FUNDING: County Service Area Benefit Assessments/Service Charges. (100%)   Not available Not available
24-0566 147.Agenda ItemHEARING - Environmental Management Department recommending the Board: 1) Conduct a public hearing to consider public comment on the Annual Written Report of Waste Management Fees County Service Area 10; and 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 099-2024 confirming the Annual Written Report and authorizing the waste management fees to be collected in the same manner as the County’s ad valorem real property taxes for Fiscal Year (FY) 2024-25, noting that the pre-existing benefit assessments/service charges have been in place and collected prior to the effective date of Proposition 218, with no increases in the amounts and no change in the methodology for calculating said amounts. FUNDING: County Service Area 10 Waste Management Fees.   Not available Not available
24-0416 148.Agenda ItemHEARING - Department of Transportation recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign the following Resolutions setting for election measures for various Zones of Benefit within County Service Area 9 for the scheduled election to be held November 5, 2024: 1) Resolution 086-2024 to consider a special tax increase to provide road improvement and maintenance services in the River Pines Estates Zone of Benefit 98146 (District: 2); 2) Resolution 087-2024 to consider a special tax increase to provide road improvement and maintenance services in the Walnut Drive Zone of Benefit 98124 (District: 4); 3) Resolution 088-2024 to consider a special tax increase to provide road improvement and maintenance services in the Ryan Ranch Zone of Benefit 98102 (District: 2); 4) Resolution 089-2024 to consider a special tax increase to provide road improvement and maintenance services in the Pilot View Zone of Benefit 98135 (District: 4); 5) Resolution 090-2024 to consider a special tax increase to provide road improvement and maintenance services in the King of the Mountain Zone of B   Not available Not available
24-1119 1 Agenda ItemOPEN FORUM (See Attachment)   Not available Not available
24-0997 149.Agenda ItemHEARING - Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board: 1) Open the budget hearing and receive a budget presentation on the Fiscal Year 2024-25 Recommended Budget; 2) Approve the Fiscal Year 2024-25 Recommended Budget, including any revisions deemed necessary, for the purpose of having the authority to spend until the budget is adopted in September; 3) Approve the Fiscal Year 2024-25 allocations for Arts & Culture El Dorado and the City of Placerville Aquatic Center, as included in the Recommended Budget; 4) Direct staff to include an allocation of $109,200 to the El Dorado Hills County Water District for the Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund encumbrance equivalent amount in the FY 2024-25 Adopted Budget; 5) Authorize the Chief Administrative Office, Facilities Division, and the Department of Transportation to proceed with the Capital Projects and Road work plans as identified and approved in the Recommended Budget, with any amendments as directed by the Board, effective July 1, 2024; 6) Approve the Fixed Asset listing as identified in the Recommended Budget, with an   Not available Not available
24-0997 1 Agenda ItemHEARING - Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board: 1) Open the budget hearing and receive a budget presentation on the Fiscal Year 2024-25 Recommended Budget; 2) Approve the Fiscal Year 2024-25 Recommended Budget, including any revisions deemed necessary, for the purpose of having the authority to spend until the budget is adopted in September; 3) Approve the Fiscal Year 2024-25 allocations for Arts & Culture El Dorado and the City of Placerville Aquatic Center, as included in the Recommended Budget; 4) Direct staff to include an allocation of $109,200 to the El Dorado Hills County Water District for the Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund encumbrance equivalent amount in the FY 2024-25 Adopted Budget; 5) Authorize the Chief Administrative Office, Facilities Division, and the Department of Transportation to proceed with the Capital Projects and Road work plans as identified and approved in the Recommended Budget, with any amendments as directed by the Board, effective July 1, 2024; 6) Approve the Fixed Asset listing as identified in the Recommended Budget, with an   Not available Not available
24-0915 150.Closed Session Item Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1). Title: California Department of Public Health, Plaintiff and Petitioner v. El Dorado County Board of Supervisors; El Dorado County; City of Placerville; City Council of The City of Placerville; and Does 1 through 10. Defendants and Respondents.El Dorado County Superior Court Case No. 24CV0463 Number of potential cases: (1).   Not available Not available
24-1022 151.Closed Session Item Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957- Public Employment. Title: Air Pollution Control Officer.   Not available Not available
24-1081 152.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, on behalf of the Broadband Ad Hoc Committee, recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign and submit a letter of support to the California Public Utility Commission regarding Administrative Law Judge Glegola’s Proposed Decision to dismiss AT&T California’s application for relief from their Carrier of Last Resort obligations. FUNDING: N/A   Not available Not available