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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/21/2022 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: https://edcgov-us.zoom.us/j/87588969195
330 Fair Lane, Building A Placerville, CA OR Live Streamed - Click here to view
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22-1167 1 Agenda ItemConsent Calendar (See Attachment)   Action details Not available
22-1071 11.Agenda ItemClerk of the Board recommending the Board approve the Minutes of the Special meeting of June 7, 2022 and of the Regular meeting of June 14, 2022.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1086 12.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign a letter of support for Governor Newsom’s Trailer Bill Language proposal on Forest Health CEQA and NEPA Streamlining. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0987 13.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 099-2022 to: 1) Approve the Authorized Personnel Allocation, with the personnel allocation schedule included by reference as Exhibit A to the Resolution, based on the Board-approved Fiscal Year 2022-23 Recommended Budget and the addition of 2.0 full-time equivalent Highway Maintenance Worker I/II/III allocations into the Department of Transportation; and 2) Direct the Director of Human Resources to waive any applicable competitive recruitment, eligibility list, and/or minimum qualification requirements under the County of El Dorado Personnel Rules to facilitate the Highway Maintenance Worker I appointment(s) in lieu of Custodian layoff in accordance with the Letter of Agreement between the County and the affected bargaining unit. FUNDING: Countywide Budget.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1011 14.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office recommending the Board decline to authorize the issuance of Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (“TRANs”) on behalf of various school districts, thus allowing those school districts to issue such TRANs in their own name. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0788 15.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, with concurrence of the Audit Committee, recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute Amendment I to the Agreement 4103 for financial auditing services with CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP for an additional term of two (2) years, increasing compensation by $152,350 for a new not-to-exceed amount of $362,100; and 2) Approve and authorize the Purchasing Agent to sign additional documents, including engagement letters as may be necessary, and future Amendments which do not affect the term or total amount of the Agreement. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1022 16.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Wildfire Preparedness and Resilience Office, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Direct that all funding received from the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self Determination Act (also known as Title III funds) for Fiscal Year 2021-22 be directed to the El Dorado County Fire Safe Council for the purpose of funding fire prevention and planning projects; and 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a budget transfer increasing revenues and appropriations in Department 13 to make the payment to the Fire Safe Council. FUNDING: Secure Rural Schools and Community Self Determination Act (also known as Title III funds).ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1056 17.Agenda ItemClerk of the Board recommending the Board: 1) Direct County Boards, Committees and Commissions to hold their regular meetings in a hybrid format which would include both in-person and live-streaming components; 2) Direct County Boards, Committees and Commissions which have a broad Countywide impact coverage to be held in an approved facility; and 3) Direct County Boards, Committees and Commissions meetings to be recorded and those recordings posted on the County’s website following each meeting as practically feasible. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1020 18.Agenda ItemCounty Counsel recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to execute Amendment 1 to Agreement 4089 for Legal Services between El Dorado County and Abbott & Kindermann, Inc. for legal services pertaining to Environmental Impact Report review and California Environmental Quality Act compliance for various specific plan applications being processed by the Planning & Building Department, revising the costs, increasing compensation by $255,000 for a revised not-to-exceed amount of $405,000, and extending the agreement by two years to June 30, 2024. FUNDING: Applicant funded.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1123 19.Agenda ItemSupervisors Parlin and Thomas recommending the Board (1) authorize reconsideration of the action taken on April 25, 2022 (Legistar 22-0498), to place two measures on the November 2022 ballot to increase the Transient Occupancy Tax rate from 10% to 12% on the West Slope and from 10% to 14% in the Tahoe Area; and (2) direct staff to place an item on the June 28, 2022, agenda to reconsider the aforementioned action. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1097 110.Agenda ItemSupervisor Thomas recommending the Board direct the Chief Administrative Office, Parks Division, to return to the Board in 30 days to provide recommendations on security enhancements to prevent vandalism ensuring appropriate safety protections at the El Dorado County Railroad History Center and Park. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1081 111.Agenda ItemSupervisor Thomas recommending the Board consider a request to waive the Temporary Use Permit fees and make a finding that a community benefit exists for the September 2022 Cops & Rodders Show & Shine, Car Show and Fly-in event being coordinated by the CHP Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit corporation. FUNDING: General FundApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0564 112.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 Summitview Child and Family Services, Inc. for the provision of Student Outreach and Engagement Centers and Mental Health Support services, provided under Agreement 6491 because (B) “Specialty skills and qualifications not expressly identified in classifications are involved in the performance of the work;” 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Agreement for Services 6491 with Summitview Child and Family Services, Inc., with a not-to-exceed (NTE) amount of $150,000, and for a term effective July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023; and 3) Authorize the HHSA Director or the Director of Behavioral Health to execute further documents relating to Agreement 6491 including amendments, contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management, which do not increase the maximum dollar amount or term of the Agreement. FUNDING: 100% State Mental Health Services Act Funding.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0914 113.Agenda ItemFUNDING: State funding authorized pursuant to California Assembly Bill 140, signed into law by Governor Newsom on July 19, 2021.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0813 114.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency (HHSA) recommending the Board: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 093-2022 delegating authority to the HHSA Agency Director or HHSA Director of Behavioral Health, on behalf of the County, to accept annual funding and execute all necessary documents required to secure and maintain the Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) and Community Mental Health Block Grant (MHBG) allocations issued by the Department of Health Care Services through June 30, 2023, and contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management, as applicable; 2) Delegate authority to the HHSA Agency Director or HHSA Director of Behavioral Health to execute, on behalf of the County, additional documents related to those specific allocations and any amendments thereto, that do not increase Net County Cost, and contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management, as applicable; 3) Approve and authorize the HHSA Agency Director or Behavioral Health Director to execute any required programmatic reports for said allocations; anApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0988 115.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency (HHSA) recommending the Board: 1) Award Request for Proposal 22-918-049 to the proposal identified as appropriate by the evaluation panel, Sierra Child and Family Services (SCFS), Inc., for the provision of Family Urgent Response System and Mobile Response System and Stabilization Team services, mandated by the California Department of Social Services for child welfare jurisdictions, to include the operation of a 24/7 telephone answering system and deployment of a trauma-informed in-person stabilization service team to foster youth and their caregivers in need; and 2) Authorize HHSA to negotiate a 3-year Agreement for Services with SCFS for an estimated budget not to exceed $2,669,976 for the term of the Agreement, for Fiscal Years 2022-23, 2023-24, and 2024-25, and return to the Board for approval of the Agreement upon completion of negotiations. FUNDING: 100% State funding allocated to the California Department of Social Services appropriated for the Family Urgent Response Services and Mobile Response Stabilization Systems.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0757 116.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Authorize the Department of Transportation Director, or designee, to approve and sign Reimbursable Agreement DTFH68-15-E-00034, Modification 003 (Agreement), with the Federal Highway Administration, Central Federal Lands Highway Division in the new amount of $23,815,000 the Ice House Road Pavement Rehabilitation, Phase 2 Project, Capital Improvement Program number 72191/36105023; 2) Authorize the Department of Transportation Director, or designee, to amend Reimbursable Agreement DTFH68-15-E-00034, Modification 003 for all minor modifications as necessary throughout the term of the agreement; and 3) Direct staff to return to the Board with budget adjustments during the Fiscal Year 2022-23 Final Budget process to designate an additional $1,111,184 of Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) funds for grant match and bridge barrier work. FUNDING: Sacramento Municipal Utility District funds (15%), Federal Highway Administration Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP) grant funds (84%), Highway Safety ImApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0994 117.Agenda ItemDepartment of Transportation recommending the Board: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 087-2022 and the Local Agency Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Annual Submittal Form (Exhibit 9-B) for Federal Fiscal Year 2022-23; and 2) Authorize the Department of Transportation to submit said Resolution and Exhibit 9-B to the California Department of Transportation for Federal Fiscal Year 2022-2023. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1038 119.Agenda ItemSurveyor's Office recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 088-2022 for Abandonment of Easement 22-0001, to abandon a portion of a Road and Public Utilities Easement acquired by the County in Document Number 99-0004479 lying in Tract 3, R.S. 28-38 and being portions of the SE 1/4 of Section 24, T.10N, R.10E., and the SW 1/4 Section 19 and the NW 1/4 Section 30, T.10N., R.11E., M.D.M., recorded in Book 28 Records of Survey at Page 38, identified as Assessor's Parcel Number 051-250-092. Said property is within the community of Diamond Springs, Supervisorial District 3 at 4100 Throwita Way. FUNDING: Application Fees. (General Fund)ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1044 120.Agenda ItemDistrict Attorney recommending the Board: 1) Authorize the District Attorney to accept a grant from the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services for the Victim Witness Assistance Program with a total project cost of $501,982 for the period of October 1, 2022 - September 30, 2023, based on the received Letter of Intent; 2) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the Certification of Assurance of Compliance; 3) Authorize the District Attorney to execute the Grant Award Agreement and required documents, including any extensions or amendments thereof which would not increase net county cost, contingent upon review and approval by County Counsel; and 4) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute Amendment III to Agreement 4588 with licensed therapist, Julia Vanderschaaf for mental health services to extend the term by one year through December 31, 2023, increase the not to exceed amount by $10,000 and update language under the Scope of Services section, contingent upon review and approval by County Counsel and Risk Management. FUNDING: California Governor’s Office of EmApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0879 121.Agenda ItemSheriff's Office recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign a budget transfer increasing revenues and appropriations for the purchase of Vigilant Solutions License Plate Reader computer hardware and software systems and maintenance for a not to exceed amount of $675,000. (4/5 vote required) FUNDING: California Multi-Jurisdictional Methamphetamine Enforcement Team Special Revenue and Homeland Security Grant Funds.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1014 122.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Preparedness and Response Division, recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign Amendment I to Agreement for Services 2298 with El Dorado County Emergency Services Authority for prehospital advanced life support, ambulance, and dispatch services in County Service Area 7, extending the term through June 30, 2025 and increasing compensation by $31,692,788 for a new total compensation amount of $91,687,212. FUNDING: Ambulance Fee Revenue (60%), Ad Valorem Property Tax (27%), Special Tax (12%), Miwok Tribe Contract Revenue (1%).ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1040 123.Agenda ItemSupervisor Parlin recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign a Proclamation to recognize the Month of June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Asexual Pride Month in El Dorado County. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0380 124.Agenda ItemHEARING - Chief Administrative Office, Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Preparedness & Response Division (CAO-EMS/EP) recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 089-2022 revising the ambulance fee schedule for County Service Area 3 (CSA 3), increasing fees for service within the ambulance rate schedule (superseding Resolution 186-2015); and 2) Authorize the CAO-EMS/EP Division, in coordination with the CAO Fiscal Unit, to annually adjust ambulance rates based on an average of the changes in the US Medical Care Services and the San Francisco-Oakland All Items indices of the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Price Index. FUNDING: Fee for ServiceApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0984 125.Agenda ItemHEARING - Environmental Management Department recommending the Board consider the following regarding Material Recovery Facility and solid waste collection rates for Waste Connections of California, Inc., doing business as El Dorado Disposal Service, Franchise Areas A, B, and C: 1) Find that a 4.07% Consumer Price Index increase to the existing Material Recovery Facility and solid waste collection rates, both residential and commercial, in Franchise Areas A, B, and C, to be in accordance with the interim year rate-setting process as outlined in the Solid Waste Rate Setting Policies and Procedures Manual; 2) Acknowledge and approve rate increases to the Material Recovery Facility incorporated herein, to which the 4.07% is added, as were approved by the Board in Interim Year 2020 to incrementally increase fees over a three-year period to align with increasing costs of new WERS facility; 3) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 090-2022 (Attachment B), adjusting the Material Recovery Facility rates by 4.07%; and 4) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 091-2022Failed  Action details Not available
22-0984 1 Agenda ItemHEARING - Environmental Management Department recommending the Board consider the following regarding Material Recovery Facility and solid waste collection rates for Waste Connections of California, Inc., doing business as El Dorado Disposal Service, Franchise Areas A, B, and C: 1) Find that a 4.07% Consumer Price Index increase to the existing Material Recovery Facility and solid waste collection rates, both residential and commercial, in Franchise Areas A, B, and C, to be in accordance with the interim year rate-setting process as outlined in the Solid Waste Rate Setting Policies and Procedures Manual; 2) Acknowledge and approve rate increases to the Material Recovery Facility incorporated herein, to which the 4.07% is added, as were approved by the Board in Interim Year 2020 to incrementally increase fees over a three-year period to align with increasing costs of new WERS facility; 3) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 090-2022 (Attachment B), adjusting the Material Recovery Facility rates by 4.07%; and 4) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 091-2022ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0984 1 Agenda ItemHEARING - Environmental Management Department recommending the Board consider the following regarding Material Recovery Facility and solid waste collection rates for Waste Connections of California, Inc., doing business as El Dorado Disposal Service, Franchise Areas A, B, and C: 1) Find that a 4.07% Consumer Price Index increase to the existing Material Recovery Facility and solid waste collection rates, both residential and commercial, in Franchise Areas A, B, and C, to be in accordance with the interim year rate-setting process as outlined in the Solid Waste Rate Setting Policies and Procedures Manual; 2) Acknowledge and approve rate increases to the Material Recovery Facility incorporated herein, to which the 4.07% is added, as were approved by the Board in Interim Year 2020 to incrementally increase fees over a three-year period to align with increasing costs of new WERS facility; 3) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 090-2022 (Attachment B), adjusting the Material Recovery Facility rates by 4.07%; and 4) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 091-2022ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-0985 126.Agenda ItemHEARING - Environmental Management Department recommending the Board consider the following regarding the solid waste collection rates for Tahoe Truckee Sierra Disposal Co., doing business as Tahoe Truckee Sierra Disposal: 1) Based on the analysis completed by Crowe, find that a 4.72% 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 092-2022 (Attachment B), adjusting the solid waste collection rates for the Tahoe Truckee Sierra Disposal Co. area by 4.72% for the 2022 Interim year to become effective July 1, 2022. FUNDING: User Fees/Franchise Fees.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
22-1031 127.Agenda ItemPlanning and Building Department, Economic Development Division, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Receive and file a presentation by Economic Forensics & Analytics on a regional assessment of the El Dorado County and Sacramento metro area economies, including suggested opportunities for the County in terms of industry and occupational changes that are coming and how the County’s diversity of locations and geography may be of benefit; and 2) Provide direction to staff regarding follow-up actions. FUNDING: Transient Occupancy Tax.Received and Filed  Action details Not available
22-1168 1 Agenda ItemOPEN FORUM (See Attachment)   Action details Not available
22-1156 1 Agenda ItemCAO Update (Caldor Fire update)   Action details Not available
22-1072 128.Closed Session Item Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 - Conference with Real Property Negotiator: Instructions to its negotiators regarding the real properties described as: Properties: 1940 Broadway, Placerville, CA 95667, Mother Lode Motel [APN 048-350-018-000] and 1970 Broadway, Placerville, CA 95667, Gold Trail Motor Lodge [APN 048-350-020-000] County Negotiators: Don Ashton, CAO, or successor or designee Negotiating Parties: Deepak J. Patel and Divya D. Patel, or designated representative Under Negotiation: Price and terms of payment for lease (Est. Time: 15 Min.)No Action Reported.  Action details Not available
22-1117 129.Closed Session Item Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957- Public Employment. Title: Chief Administrative Officer Recruitment. (15 Min.)No Action Reported.  Action details Not available