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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/14/2021 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89385272551
330 Fair Lane, Placerville, CA or live-streamed
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21-1960 11.Agenda ItemClerk of the Board recommending the Board approve the Minutes from the regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors on December 7, 2021.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1908 12.Agenda ItemAgricultural Department recommending the Board receive and file the El Dorado-Alpine Counties 2020 Agricultural Crop and Livestock Report. FUNDING: General Fund/Unclaimed Gas Tax.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1839 13.Agenda ItemAuditor-Controller recommending the Board: 1) Receive and file the attached annual reports as required by SB 165 for Community Facilities District No. 1992-1 (CFD 1992-1 Serrano), Community Facilities District 2000-1 (CFD 2000-1 South Lake Tahoe Recreation Facilities JPA), Community Facilities District No. 2001-1 (CFD 2001-1 Promontory), Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 (CFD 2005-1 Blackstone), Community Facilities District No. 2005-2 (CFD 2005-2 Laurel Oaks), Community Facilities District No. 2014-1 (CFD 2014-1 Carson Creek), Community Facilities District No. 2018-1 (CFD 2018-1 Bass Lake Hills), and Community Facilities District No. 2019-1 (CFD 2019-1 Bass Lake Hills Services); and 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 189-2021 accepting said reports. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1844 14.Agenda ItemAuditor-Controller recommending the Board: 1) Receive and file the attached Report of Special Tax Delinquencies for Community Facilities District No. 2001-1 (CFD 2001-1 Promontory), Report of Special Tax Delinquencies for Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 (CFD 2005-1 Blackstone) and Community Facilities District No. 2005-2 (CFD 2005-2 Laurel Oaks); and 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign the attached Resolutions authorizing judicial foreclosure of delinquent special tax installments pursuant to the CFD 2001-1, Resolution 192-2021; CFD 2005-1, Resolution 193-2021; and CFD 2005-2, Resolution 194-2021 Bond Indentures.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-0877 16.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Preparedness and Response Division, recommending the Board: 1) Discharge the Chief Administrative Office from further accountability to collect the debts identified on the attached Discharge of Accountability Report in the amount of $1,846,929.43 pursuant to Government Code Sections 25257 through 25259, for the period 2012 through 2021; and 2) Authorize the County Auditor-Controller to adjust the accounts receivable of $1,846,929.43 in the CSA 3 & CSA 7 funds accordingly. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1797 17.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Facilities Division, recommending the Board: 1) Find that pursuant to Article II, Section 210b(6) of the El Dorado County Charter, that due to the limited timeframes and temporary nature, the ongoing aggregate of the work to be performed is not sufficient to warrant the addition of permanent staff; and 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to sign Amendment IV to Agreement for Services 4832 with Pro-Line Cleaning Services, Inc. to extend the term through June 30, 2022, and increase compensation by $46,860, for an amended not-to-exceed amount of $214,775, as related to routine janitorial services at the Public Safety Facility. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1875 18.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Procurement and Contracts Division, presenting a list of County surplus property and recommending the Board so declare and authorize disposal of same in accordance with the procedures outlined in the County's Purchasing Ordinance, Chapter 3.12 and Section 3.12.220 thereof. FUNDING: Various.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1791 19.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Procurement and Contracts Division, and Information Technologies Department recommending the Board: 1) Continue to waive formal bid requirements in accordance with Purchasing Ordinance 3.12.160, Exceptions from the Competitive Bidding Process, Section D; 2) Authorize continued use of State of California Department of General Services (DGS) contract 1-17-70-02A; 3) Approve Supplement 10 of DGS contract 1-17-70-02A, which updates Attachment A Contract Pricing for the purchase of Dell laptop computers and equipment; 4) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to increase contract 2075 with PC Specialists, Inc. dba Technology Integration Group by $400,000 bringing the purchase contract value to $2,215,000; and 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to increase the purchase contract on an "as needed" basis during the awarded period as long as funding is available within the requesting department's budget. FUNDING: Various General Fund and Non-General Funds.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1748 110.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Procurement and Contracts on behalf the Treasurer-Tax Collector, recommending the Board: 1) Make findings in accordance with County Ordinance 3.13.030 that it is appropriate to contract with Bid4Assets, Inc. as County’s consultant for web-based services to advertise the auction of tax-defaulted properties because (A) “The work can be more economically and feasibly performed by an independent contractor or consultant than County employees;” and 2) Approve and authorize the Purchasing Agent to sign Agreement 6013 with Bid4Assets, Inc. as the County’s consultant, with no cost to the County for the period of November 1, 2021 to December 21, 2028. FUNDING: There is no County cost for contract. Fees are paid by the property purchasers.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1895 112.Agenda ItemHuman Resources Department recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 178-2021 adopting, effective the pay period containing January 1, 2022, new salaries for the classifications affected by El Dorado County Charter, Section 504; the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of El Dorado and the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association, Article 5, Section 2; and the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of El Dorado, the El Dorado County Law Enforcement Management Association, Article 4, Section 1B, and the Salary and Benefits Resolution for Unrepresented Employees, Section 6. 602 for an estimated total annual cost of approximately $1,097,100 (approximately $548,550 for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2021-22). FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1912 113.Agenda ItemHuman Resources Department recommending the Board: 1) Approve and adopt the new Department-specific class specification: Code Enforcement Manager; and 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 195-2021 to approve the job class number, bargaining unit, and salary range for the new classification of Code Enforcement Manager. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1896 114.Agenda ItemHuman Resources Department recommending the Board: 1) Approve the minimum wage increase for the County of El Dorado from $14.00 to $15.00, effective the pay period containing January 1, 2022; and 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 179-2021 to increase salaries of certain classifications impacted by the minimum wage increase. FUNDING: Various.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1549 115.Agenda ItemHuman Resources Department, Risk Management Division, recommending the Board: 1) Make a finding in accordance with County Ordinance 3.13.030 that it is appropriate to contract with George Hills for third party general liability claims management under Agreement 536 because “(B) specialty skills and qualifications not expressly identified in County classifications are involved in the performance of the work”; and 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Amendment II to Agreement 536 (275-S1611) with George Hills for third party general liability claims management to increase the total not-to-exceed amount by $605,000, to cover monthly billing rates for an additional three years, for a total not-to-exceed amount of $1,629,116 and extend the term to December 31, 2024. FUNDING: General Liability Program Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1842 116.Agenda ItemInformation Technologies recommending the Board: 1) Make a finding that the services provided through Agreement 5218 require specialized knowledge of proprietary software; 2) Approve Amendment III to Agreement 5218 (formerly Agreement 888) with CentralSquare Technologies, extending the term of the agreement by six (6) months to allow for completion of TRAKiT implementation services; and, 3) Authorize the Contract Administrator to sign the Amendment if the contract term needs to be extended. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1784 117.Agenda ItemInformation Technologies (IT) recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the use of California Department of Technology piggyback agreements C4-DNCS-19-001-31, C4-LEG-12-10-TS-01, and C4-DNCS-19-001-40 for telecom utility services via Comcast Business Communications (Comcast) and AT&T; 2) Approve and authorize the Director of Information Technologies, or designee, to execute limitless Agreement 6089 with Comcast Business Communications and limitless Agreement 6098 with AT&T for telecom utility services for the period from January 1, 2022 through June 30, 2025; and 3) Approve and authorize the Director of IT, or designee, to authorize additional service requests in accordance with the terms and conditions of Agreements 6089 and 6098 with Comcast and AT&T for services under CalNet 4, contingent upon availability of funding in the appropriate departments budget, and contingent upon review and approval of required ordering documents from Comcast or AT&T by County Counsel and Risk Management. FUNDING: General Fund, with partial recovery through direct billing and the A-87 cApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1905 118.Agenda ItemRecorder-Clerk recommending the Board approve the continued use of perpetual agreement 359 (183-S1811) with BMI Imaging Systems, Inc. for the provision of document conversion, imaging, archival and data hosting services for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 and Fiscal Year 2021-2022. FUNDING: Micrographics Special Revenue Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1866 119.Agenda ItemRecorder-Clerk recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the continued use of perpetual Agreement 2602 with Iron Mountain Information Management, LLC through December 31, 2022 for the provision of off-site, climate-controlled records and media storage; and 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to process a change order to add $8,300 to Agreement 2602 to pay invoices from March 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022. FUNDING: Micrographics Trust Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1746 120.Agenda ItemTreasurer-Tax Collector recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 181-2021 granting approval to sell tax-defaulted properties at public auction noting said sale to be conducted on Wednesday, March 31, 2022. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1422 421.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency recommending the Board Approve the Final Passage (Second Reading) of revised and updated Ordinance 5149 that allows participation in the Health Plan of San Joaquin Local Initiative Two-Plan public/commercial Medi-Cal Managed Care Plan Model, which has been updated to correct the effective date of the county plan model change to January 1, 2024. (Cont. 12/7/2021, Item 48) FUNDING: There are no funding requirements related to County operations or associated activities.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-0410 122.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency (HHSA) recommending the Board: 1) Make findings in accordance with County Ordinance 3.13.030 that it is appropriate to contract with Compassion Pathway Behavioral Health LLC for the start up of an in-county Social Rehabilitation Facility provided under Agreement 6133 because “(B) specialty skills and qualifications not expressly identified in County classifications are involved in the performance of the work;” 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Agreement for Services 6133 with Compassion Pathway Behavioral Health LLC, in the amount of $130,000, for the term effective upon execution through June 30, 2022; and 3) Authorize the HHSA Director, or designee, to execute further documents relating to Agreement for Services 6133 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. FUNDING: 100% State Funding: Mental Health Services Act.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1827 123.Agenda ItemLibrary Department recommending the Board receive and file the following reports for special taxes for County Service Area 10, specific to County of El Dorado library services for Fiscal Year 2020-21: 1) Reports pursuant to Government Code § 50075.1 that: a) Specify the authority under which the County may levy a special tax for library services, § 50075.1; b) Define the purposes for which this tax may be used § 50075.1; and c) Identify the special tax revenue fund in the County of El Dorado; and 2) Attachments to those reports demonstrating the amount of funds collected and expended pursuant to Government Code § 50075.3. FUNDING: County Service Area 10 Special Taxes.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1790 124.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board consider the following pertaining to the Mosquito Road Bridge at South Fork American River - Bridge Replacement Project, Capital Improvement Program project number 77126/36105028, Contract 5084, with an estimated construction phase total cost of $70,500,000: 1) Approve and adopt the Plans and Contract Documents and authorize the Chair to sign the Plans; 2) Authorize advertisement for construction bids; and 3) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 182-2021 authorizing the Department of Transportation Director the delegated authority to approve a temporary road closure of Mosquito Road for up to seventy (70) calendar days per construction season. FUNDING: Highway Bridge Program Funds (99.9%) and Sacramento Municipal Utility District Funds (0.1%). (Federal and Local Funds)ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1377 125.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board consider the following pertaining to the Mosquito Road Bridge at South Fork American River Project, Capital Improvement Program project number 77126/36105028: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Agreement for Services 5799 with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., to provide construction support services for the project, for a not-to-exceed amount of $4,563,924.26 and a term commencing upon execution by both parties and expiring four (4) years thereafter; and 2) Delegate authority under this contract to the Contract Administrator to issue work orders up to $250,000 and any work orders exceeding this amount to be reviewed by County Counsel prior to issuance, deviating from the current task order protocol (approved by the Board on March 27, 2007, Legistar 07-534). FUNDING: Highway Bridge Program Funds (99.9%) and Sacramento Municipal Utility District Funds (0.1%). (Federal and Local Funds)ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1876 126.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 188-2021 to change the existing weight limits on Mount Murphy Road Bridge, bridge number 25C0004. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1789 127.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 151-2021 authorizing the further extension of the temporary closure of portions of Sienna Ridge Road and North Silver Dove Way (Hawk View Road) east of Bass Lake Road for a period of no more than one hundred twenty (120) additional days past the current end date of December 24, 2021 to April 23, 2022, or until the Director of Transportation determines that the improvements are complete. FUNDING: Developer Funded.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1749 128.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the Release and Reimbursement Agreement with Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD); and 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the attached budget amendment to increase revenue and appropriations by $107,855 to reflect funding from SMUD. FUNDING: Sacramento Municipal Utility District Funds (100%).ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1868 129.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation, Maintenance and Operations Division, Fleet Services Unit, (Transportation) recommending the Board: 1) Remove one 1/2 ton pickup totaling $45,000 and add one mid-size SUV totaling $39,400 to the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Fixed Asset list; 2) Increase the cost of one mid-size SUV on the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Fixed Asset list from $32,000 to $39,400; 3) Reduce the cost of three mid-size SUVs on the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Fixed Asset list from $40,000 to $39,400; 4) Find the purchase of five (5) replacement vehicles are exempt from competitive bidding in accordance with Purchasing Ordinance 3.12.160, Section D, due to use of State of California competitively-bid Contract 1-18-23-23; 5) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to utilize the State of California Contract 1-18-23-23 for the acquisition of five (5) fleet replacement vehicles of various categories for the Department of Transportation - Fleet Services Unit; and 6) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to sign a purchase order to the awarded State vendor, Freeway Toyota of Hanford, CA. in the amount of $180,510.00 pluApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1231 230.Agenda ItemPlanning and Building Department recommending the Board receive and file the Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2020-21 for the Ecological Preserve Fee and Oak Woodland Conservation Fee Programs in compliance with California Government Code Section 66006. (Cont. 12/7/2021, Item 38) FUNDING: Ecological Preserve Fees and Oak Woodland Conservation Fees.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1259 131.Agenda ItemPlanning and Building Department recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the continuation of four (4) perpetual agreements as detailed in Attachment A: a) Agreement 2709 with Cardknox Development for credit card payment processing; b) Agreement 3535 with El Dorado Community Foundation for the cemeteries charitable fund; c) Agreement 4956 with Downstream Aviation LP dba QTPod LLC for self-serve fueling system at the Placerville Airport; and d) Agreement 4956 with U.S. Bank National Association for processing credit card transactions at the Placerville Airport; and 2) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to establish change orders to add funds to each continued perpetual agreement necessary to process associated payments for Fiscal Year 2021-22. FUNDING: General Fund, and Public Utility Franchise Fees (Federal, State, and Local Funds).ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1761 132.Agenda ItemPlanning and Building Department, Planning Division, Long Range Planning Unit, Housing, Community and Economic Development Program, recommending the Board: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 183-2021 for the submittal of an application to the State of California for one or more application(s) in the aggregate amount of, not to exceed, $1,498,000 for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) activities, pursuant to the CDBG Method of Distribution as described in the State of California 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan August 2020 Second Substantial Amendment, and/or CDBG activities, pursuant to the CDBG Method of Distribution as described in the State of California 2020-2021 Annual Action Plan January 2021 Substantial Amendment to provide up to $1,498,000 as funding for property acquisition required for affordable multifamily residential development; and 2) If awarded, authorize the Planning and Building Department Director, or designee, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management, to execute the grant agreement and subsequent amendments thereto that dApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1762 133.Agenda ItemPlanning and Building Department, Planning Division, Long Range Planning Unit, Housing, Community and Economic Development Program, recommending the Board: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 184-2021 to authorize the submittal of a 2021 Grant Program application to the State of California Department of Community Development for funding under the Senate Bill 2 Permanent Local Housing Allocation Competitive Component for program funds to administer an eligible activity for El Dorado Senior Village Apartments Phase 1 and the amount of CPLHA funds not to exceed $2,500,000; 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 185-2021 to authorize the submittal of a 2021 Grant Program application to the State of California Department of Community Development for funding under the Senate Bill 2 Permanent Local Housing Allocation Competitive Component for program funds to administer an eligible activity for El Dorado Senior Village Apartments Phase 2 and the amount of CPLHA funds not to exceed $2,500,000; and 3) If awarded, authorize the Planning and Building Department ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1865 134.Agenda ItemPlanning and Building Department, Tahoe Planning and Stormwater Division, recommending the Board: 1) In accordance with Chapter 3.13, Section 3.13.030 of County Ordinance Code, Contracting Out, find that specialty skills and qualifications not expressly identified in County classifications are required and involved in the performance of the work; and 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Amendment IV to Agreement 214 with the Tahoe Resource Conservation District, increasing the compensation amount by $19,840 for a total not-to-exceed amount of $199,673 and extending the term by six (6) months with a new expiration date of June 30, 2022. FUNDING: General Fund (50%) and Public Utility Franchise Fees (50%).ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1950 135.Agenda ItemPlanning and Building Department, Planning Services Division, submitting for approval the Final Map for Bell Ranch, Unit 2, creating a total of 50 residential lots ranging in size from 13,504 square-feet to 27,966 square-feet and five miscellaneous lots on property identified by Assessor’s Parcel Number 119-400-064, located on the west side of Covello Circle, approximately 270-feet west of the intersection with Bartella Road, in the El Dorado Hills area (Attachment E, Exhibits A and B), and recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Approve the Final Map (TM-F21-0007) for Bell Ranch, Unit 2 (Attachment E, Exhibit C); and 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the Agreement to Make Subdivision Improvements (Attachment B) (Supervisorial District 2). Funding: Developer-Funded Subdivision Improvements.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1907 136.Agenda ItemSurveyor's Office recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 180-2021 for Abandonment of Easement 21-0003, to abandon portions of public utility easements on Lot 323 of Waterford Unit 5, recorded in Book G of Subdivisions at Page 133, identified as Assessor's Parcel Number 110-252-001. FUNDING: Application Fees (General Fund).ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1894 237.Agenda ItemEl Dorado County Surveyor, Registrar of Voters, County Counsel, and the Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board Approve the Final Passage (Second Reading) of Ordinance 5155 amending the Existing Supervisorial District Boundaries to those Shown on the Map entitled "Official Map, Supervisorial District Boundaries, adopted December 2021. (Cont. 12/7/2021, Item 50) FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1693 138.Agenda ItemDistrict Attorney recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to execute Amendment IV to Agreement 3370 with the Center for Violence-Free Relationships increasing compensation by $76,920 and extending the term an additional 12 months for a total not to exceed of $340,920 for the entire service period term of July 1, 2018 through December 31, 2022, to provide one full-time Victim Advocate to the grant program. FUNDING: California Governor's Office of Emergency Services Violence Against Women Act Services*Training*Officers*Prosecutors Formula Grant Program Funds.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1661 139.Agenda ItemDistrict Attorney recommending the Board: 1) Make a finding that Contract 6160 for taser stun guns, related products, and trainings is exempt from competitive bidding per Purchasing Ordinance 3.12.160, Item B: the unique nature of the property and services required precludes competitive bidding; 2) Approve non-standard warranty, limitations and release language, and terms and conditions for Axon Enterprise, Inc. for the purchase of Taser 7 Dynamic Bundle for stun guns, related products, and trainings; and 3) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue purchase contract 6160 referencing said terms in the amount of $71,294.30 for the period of five (5) years from the date of execution. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1689 140.Agenda ItemDistrict Attorney recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to execute Amendment II to Agreement 5316 with H.O.P.E.: Healthy Outcomes for Personal Enrichment Counseling Center to extend the term from July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023 and increase the not to exceed by $160,440 for the new term, making the new NTE $329,880. FUNDING: California Governor's Office of Emergency Services Victims of Crime Act Victim Assistant Formula Grant Program funds.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1732 141.Agenda ItemSheriff’s Office recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Sheriff to participate, apply for and sign the Fiscal Year 2022-23 Boating Safety and Enforcement Financial Aid Contract with the California Department of Parks and Recreation Division of Boating and Waterways in the amount of $319,546 for the term July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023 to provide revenue to support boating safety and enforcement activities on the County’s rivers and lakes; 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 190-2021 adopting language pursuant to Harbors and Navigation Code Section 663.7(3) relative to the use of 100% of the annual Boat Taxes in conjunction with the 2022-2023 Boating Safety and Enforcement Financial Aid Contract with the California Department of Parks and Recreation Division of Boating and Waterways for the Sheriff’s Office annual Boating Safety and Enforcement Program; 3) Authorize the County Auditor to certify the amount of prior year vessel taxes received by the County; and 4) Authorize the Sheriff or Chief Fiscal Officer of the Sheriff’s Office to sign eachApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1974 143.Agenda ItemHuman Resources Department recommending the Board: 1) Appoint Karen Garner to the position of Director of Planning and Building, effective January 1, 2022, at Step 3 of the salary range (approximate annual salary of $182,062); and 2) Approve returning Christopher Perry, current Interim Director of Planning and Building, to his prior position of Assistant Director of Planning and Building effective January 1, 2022. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1737 144.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board: 1) Receive the second presentation on the Traffic Impact Fee (TIF) Program and how it interacts with the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and Transportation processes; and 2) Provide direction to staff for implementation. FUNDING: Traffic Impact Fee Program, Road Fund.Received and Filed  Action details Not available
21-1926 145.Agenda ItemSupervisor Hidahl recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign a Proclamation recognizing all El Dorado County volunteers.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1887 146.Agenda ItemSupervisor Hidahl recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign a Proclamation recognizing December 15, 2021 as Bill of Rights Day in El Dorado County.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1964 147.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office recommending the Board: 1) Recognize José Crummett of the Surveyor's Office on his retirement from El Dorado County after more than 31 years of service; and 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a Proclamation recognizing José's dedication to public service and to congratulate him on his retirement.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1663 148.Agenda ItemHEARING - Environmental Management Department recommending the Board consider the following regarding the solid waste collection rates for South Tahoe Refuse Co., Inc., Areas A and B: 1) Based on the analysis completed by Crowe LLP, find that a 3.77% increase to the existing rates be in accordance with the Interim year rate setting process as outlined in the Solid Waste Rate Setting Policies and Procedures Manual; and 2) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 191-2021 authorizing an increase to the solid waste collection rates for South Tahoe Refuse Co., Inc., Franchise Areas A and B by 3.77% for the 2022 Interim year to be effective January 1, 2022. FUNDING: User Fees / Franchise FeesApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1826 149.Agenda ItemHEARING - Planning and Building Department, Long Range Planning Unit, Housing Community and Economic Development Programs, recommending the Board: 1) Conduct a public hearing to consider adopting and authorizing the Chair to sign Resolution 186-2021 amending the Program Guidelines for the First Time Homebuyer Loan Program to comply with the Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program statutes and regulations pursuant to Title II of the Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act of 1990, in federal implementing regulations set forth in Title 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 92, and in Title 25 of the California Code of Regulations commencing with Section 8200; 2) As part of the public hearing, consider to adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 187-2021 amending Program Guidelines for the County’s Community Development Block Grant First Time Homebuyer Loan Program to comply with the California Department of Housing and Community Development Program requirements under Code of Regulations Section 570.489 (e)(l) [CDBG Final Rule 2012]; 3) Authorize the ChaiApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1792 150.Agenda ItemSupervisor Novasel, on behalf of the Human Rights Commission, recommending the Board receive an update relative to the work being done by the Human Rights Commission. FUNDING: N/AReceived and Filed  Action details Not available
22-0012 1 Agenda ItemOPEN FORUM (See Attachment)   Action details Not available
22-0011 1 Agenda ItemCAO Update (See Attachment)   Action details Not available
21-1932 151.Closed Session Item Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 - Conference with Labor Negotiator: County Negotiator: Director of Human Resources and/or designee. Employee organizations: El Dorado County Employees’ Association, Local 1, AFSCME Council 57 representing employees in the Supervisory, Professional, and General Bargaining Units; Operating Engineers Local No. 3 representing employees in the Trades & Crafts and Corrections Bargaining Units; El Dorado County Criminal Attorneys’ Association representing employees in the Criminal Attorney Unit; El Dorado County Managers’ Association representing employees in the Management Unit; Deputy Sheriff’s Association representing employees in the Law Enforcement Unit; El Dorado County Probation Officers Association representing employees in the Probation Bargaining Unit; and El Dorado County Law Enforcement Management Association representing employees in the Law Enforcement Sworn Management Unit. (Est. Time: 20 Min.)No Action Reported.  Action details Not available
21-1867 152.Agenda ItemDistrict Attorney recommending the Board 1) Authorize the addition of one (1) one-room mini server for the Child Advocacy Center in Placerville and one (1) two-room mini server for the Child Advocacy Center in South Lake Tahoe to the FY 2021-22 budget Fixed Asset list as part of the purchase of CaseCracker recording and sharing hardware and software to upgrade the Child Advocacy Centers; 2) Waive formal bid requirements in accordance with Purchasing Ordinance 3.12.160, exemptions from competitive process, Section D; 3) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to utilize competitively bid General Services Administration contract number GS-35F-0190U with Capture Technologies for the purchase and installation of CaseCracker recording and sharing hardware and software; 4) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a purchase order in the amount of $16,756.80 for one (1) one-room mini server for the Child Advocacy Center in Placerville and to issue a purchase order in the amount of $28,006.29 for one (1) two-room mini server for the Child Advocacy Center in South Lake Tahoe, as well as the additApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-1971 153.Agenda ItemHEARING - Planning and Building Department, Planning Division, recommending the Board: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Urgency Ordinance 5156, adding Section 360, Community Services, to Chapter 130.69, Caldor Fire Resiliency and Rebuilding, of Title 130 (Zoning) of the El Dorado County Ordinance Code, to provide for the relocation of Community Services on a fire-damaged lot in the burn area to be relocated to an existing building; 2) Find that the urgency ordinance is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to statutory exemption Public Resource Code Section 21080(b)(3) (projects to maintain, repair, restore, or replace property or facilities damaged or destroyed as a result of a declared disaster); Public Resource Code Section 21080(b)(4) (actions necessary to mitigate an emergency); CEQA Guidelines Section 15269(a) (maintaining, repairing, restoring, demolishing, or replacing property or facilities damaged or destroyed as a result of a disaster); CEQA Guideline Section 15269(c) (specific actions necessary to prevent or mitigate an emergency);ApprovedPass Action details Not available