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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/7/2014 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Board of Supervisors Meeting Room
This meeting will start at 9:00 AM
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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14-1381 1 Agenda ItemOPEN FORUM (See Attachment)   Action details Not available
14-1380 1 Agenda ItemCAO UPDATE (See Attachment)   Action details Not available
14-1345 11.Agenda ItemClerk of the Board recommending the Board approve the Minutes from the special meeting of the Board of Supervisors on September 29, 2014 and the regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors on September 30, 2014.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1246 32.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office recommending the Board adopt a revised Board of Supervisors Policy A-3, Ordinances - New or Amended Development and Distribution of Board of Supervisors Policies. (Cont. 9/23/14, Item 5)ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1300 13.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Procurement and Contracts recommending the Board authorize the Purchasing Agent to sign Amendment II to Agreement for Services 616-S1410 with Pacific Systems Integrators, Inc., to authorize the assignment of Pacific Systems Integrators, Inc. to Corrections Technology Group, LLC, extend the term for one (1) year to a total term of four (4) years, from May 14, 2014 through May 13, 2018, and update the compensation for overnight stays, for on-call and emergency maintenance and repair services of detention systems, locks and ancillary equipment in jails and juvenile detention centers. (Cont. 4/19/16, Item 2) FUNDING: Accumulated Capital Outlay Fund and Criminal Justice Special Revenue Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
12-1163 44.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Agency, Long Range Planning Division, recommending the Board, in accordance with Board Policy B-14, Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Offset for Developments with Affordable Housing Units: 1) Make a finding that the Cameron Glen Phase 5 single family residential project in Cameron Park provides significant community benefit by providing housing that is affordable to moderate- income households and approve the recommendation to Award Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Offset totaling $221,250; 2) Make a finding that the Diamond Springs Village multifamily residential project in Diamond Springs provides significant community benefit by providing housing that is affordable to very low- and low-income households and approve the recommendation to Award a Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Offsets totaling $1,463,200; and 3) Authorize the Community Development Agency Interim Director, or successor, to execute all documents associated with the Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Offset Program. FUNDING: Traffic Impact Mitigation Fees.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1205 15.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Agency, Environmental Management Division, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Accept grant award in the amount of $53,885 through the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, Used Oil Payment Program (Fiscal Year 2013/14); and 2) Delegate authority to the Community Development Agency Director, or designee, to execute all grant documents including but not limited to requests for payment, reports and all associated documents necessary to secure grant or payment program funds and expend the funds for the purpose of implementing the CalRecycle Used Oil Payment Program, Cycle Four (OPP4), Fiscal Year 2013/14. FUNDING: CalRecycle OPP4 Fiscal Year 2013/14 Used Oil Payment Program.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1115 16.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Agency, Environmental Management Division, recommending the Board adopt Resolution 164-2014 to collect the Certified Unified Program Agency annual surcharge on behalf of the State of California, Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Office of the State Fire Marshal for their administration at the State level of the Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act Program.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1160 17.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Agency, Transportation Division, recommending the Board adopt Resolution 166-2014 sanctioning the closure of Main Street, in Georgetown between Highway 193 and Placer Street on Saturday, October 18, 2014 and Sunday, October 19, 2014 between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., for the “Cowboy Gathering on the Georgetown Divide”, subject to conditions set forth in Resolution No. 110-79 and conditions set forth in the "Application for Road Closure."ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1295 19.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency, Mental Health Division, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Approve and authorize the Purchasing Agent to sign Non-Financial Memorandum of Understanding 123-M1510 with SLT Pacific Associates and Cambridge Real Estate Services, doing business as Cambridge RES, Inc., to outline the roles and responsibilities of the parties in coordinating resources and efforts to provide permanent supportive affordable housing to Mental Health Services Act eligible individuals at the property commonly referred to as The Aspens at South Lake, located at 3521 Pioneer Trail, South Lake Tahoe, California. This Memorandum of Understanding has a term that is effective upon execution and remains in effect until the conclusion of the permanent loan between the Project Sponsor/Developer and the California Housing Finance Agency unless sooner terminated or extended, in whole or in part, to ensure that this Agreement is in effect throughout the life of the aforementioned permanent loan; and 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent, or their designee, to execute further ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1288 110.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency, Mental Health Division, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Agreement for Services 153-S1511 with Victor Treatment Centers, Inc., to provide Specialty Mental Health Services for minors in a residential setting, with a term commencing upon execution by both parties through August 31, 2017, and a maximum obligation of $300,000; 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute further documents relating to the above noted Agreement, including amendments which do not increase the maximum dollar amount or term of the Agreement, and contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management; and 3) Authorize termination of Agreement for Services 050-S1111 upon execution of Agreement for Services 153-S1511. FUNDING: Federal and State Funding.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1078 211.Agenda ItemHuman Resources recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Adopt Resolution 169-2014 to amend Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3 Probation Resolution 126-2014 directing the Human Resources Department and the Payroll Division of the Auditor/Controller's Office to implement the first 12% wage increase retroactive to the beginning of pay period 19; 2) Approve the attached revised July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2016 Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3 Probation Unit Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), correcting language in Article 5 under CalPERS Transfer Liability that the employee contribution is effective the beginning of pay period 20; and 3) Authorize the Chair to sign said revised MOU. (Refer: 8/12/14, Item 21) FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1193 112.Agenda ItemProbation Department recommending the Board review, receive and file the annual review of the developed rules, regulations and administrative procedure of the Adult Electronic Monitoring Program as defined by Sections 1203.016, 1203.017 and 1203.018 of the Penal Code. FUNDING: This item is advisory only.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1195 213.Agenda ItemProbation Department recommending the Board receive and file the annual Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act Progress Report for El Dorado County’s Community Alliance to Reduce Truancy Program for Fiscal Year 2013/14. FUNDING: Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1321 114.Agenda ItemSheriff's Office is recommending the Board approve and authorize the Sheriff to sign the Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Project Agreement No. G13-03-07-L01 in the amount of $86,248 with the California Department of Parks and Recreation for the term July 8, 2014 through July 7, 2015. FUNDING: Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Funds, SMUD Funds for the 25% County Match.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1312 115.Agenda ItemSurveyor's Office recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign the Avigation and Noise Easement and Certificate of Acceptance from T.L Stigall, Inc., for Assessor's Parcel Number 048-121-11, in the vicinity of the Placerville Airport. (Cont. 10/7/14, Item 15)ContinuedPass Action details Not available
14-1353 116.Agenda ItemSupervisor Frentzen recommending the Board: 1) Appoint Lewis Ridgeway as the District II appointee to the Planning Commision; and 2) Extend our thanks to Planning Commissioner Dave Pratt for his 5+ years of service on the Commission.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1310 117.Agenda ItemSupervisor Veerkamp and the El Dorado County Office of Education recommending the Board make appointments and/or reappointments to the 2014/15 El Dorado County Youth Commission.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1291 118.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Parks Division, has submitted a request to the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board to rescind the Cleanup and Abatement Order issued for the Rubicon Trail on April 23, 2009. Parks Division recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Receive and file a presentation that will be presented to the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Region, on October 10, 2014; and 2) Adopt Resolution 165-2014 reaffirming the County's continued commitment to the future health and wellbeing of the Rubicon Trail. (Est. Time: 30 Min.)ApprovedPass Action details Video Video
14-1272 119.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Agency, Long Range Planning Division, recommending the Board adopt Resolution 168-2014 to approve and authorize the Auditor-Controller to issue a matching one-time contribution of $5,000 to support the Tahoe Resource Conservation District’s efforts to survey the public’s interest in financially supporting long term implementation of storm water programs in Lake Tahoe. (Est. Time: 5 Min.) FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Video Video
14-1299 420.Agenda ItemEl Dorado County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Services recommending the Board find that a state of emergency continues to exist in El Dorado County as a result of the extreme wildland fire known as the King Fire. (Cont. 12/9/14, Item 15)ApprovedPass Action details Not available
14-1358 121.Agenda ItemSupervisor Novasel and Supervisor Frentzen recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 004-2016 regarding an extension of permit fee waivers for property owners affected by the Sand and King fires until February 28, 2017. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Video Video
12-1203 622.Agenda ItemLIMITED HEARING - To consider the Planning Commission's recommendation and receive public comment only on the proposed modifications to General Plan Measure CO-K and the modifications to the proposed Oak Resources Conservation Ordinance that were considered by the Planning Commission on September 28, 2017, as directed by the Board of Supervisors on October 10, 2017. (The public hearing on the overall Project was closed on July 18, 2017 and remains closed.) After the close of the limited public hearing, staff recommends the Board consider the recommendation of the Planning Commission and then consider certification of the Environmental Impact Report and approval of the overall Project. Community Development Services, Planning and Building Department, recommending the Board consider the General Plan Biological Resources Policy Update, Oak Resources Management Plan, and Oak Resources Conservation Ordinance, collectively the proposed Project, consisting of specific revisions to biological resources objectives, policies, and implementation measures included in the Conservation and OpApprovedPass Action details Video Video
12-1203 6 Agenda ItemLIMITED HEARING - To consider the Planning Commission's recommendation and receive public comment only on the proposed modifications to General Plan Measure CO-K and the modifications to the proposed Oak Resources Conservation Ordinance that were considered by the Planning Commission on September 28, 2017, as directed by the Board of Supervisors on October 10, 2017. (The public hearing on the overall Project was closed on July 18, 2017 and remains closed.) After the close of the limited public hearing, staff recommends the Board consider the recommendation of the Planning Commission and then consider certification of the Environmental Impact Report and approval of the overall Project. Community Development Services, Planning and Building Department, recommending the Board consider the General Plan Biological Resources Policy Update, Oak Resources Management Plan, and Oak Resources Conservation Ordinance, collectively the proposed Project, consisting of specific revisions to biological resources objectives, policies, and implementation measures included in the Conservation and OpApprovedPass Action details Not available