San Luis Obispo County Board Of Supervisor’s Agenda 8/8/06

As always a big thanks to Vince McCarthy for posting these agendas in the Nipomo Community Yahoo Group page. Below is the next agenda for the County Board of Supervisors:

Items affecting Nipomo:
B-7. Estimates for the Halcyon Road Climbing Lane Improvements.
C-1. Appeal of the South County Road Improvement fee.
C-2. Waive Land Use Ordinance standards that prohibit outdoor used car lot.

(Doesn’t affect Nipomo, needs to be watched!)

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
AUGUST 8, 2006
PRESENTATION 9:00
PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
CONSENT AGEND-AREVIEW AND APPROVAL
ACTION AGENDA
HEARINGS CLOSED SESSION 11:30
REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION 12:00
ADJOURNMENT 12:05

The Board of Supervisors of the County of San Luis Obispo are now meeting
in regular session. By Board resolution, business shall be conducted from
9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and public hearings are scheduled to start at 9:00
A.M. Additional information regarding any items listed on today’s agenda can
be obtained in the County Administrative Office.
Packets are also available at the Atascadero, South County, Paso Robles,
Nipomo, Morro Bay and SLO City/County Libraries and the SLO Law Library (1st
floor Government Center, SLO). The Board of Supervisor’s weekly agenda and
summaries can be accessed at the following website:
http://www.co.slo.ca.us/Board_of_Supervisors_Inter.nsf
All persons desiring to speak on agenda items during the Consent Agenda,
Public Hearing, Public Comment, or prior to the Closed Session portion of
the meeting, are asked to fill out a “Board Appearance Request Form”, and
provide it to the Clerk of the Board prior to the start of the Board item.
Each individual speaker will be limited to a presentation total of three (3)
minutes per person during the Consent Agenda and Public Comment period, and
three (3) minutes per item addressed during Public Hearings.
FLAG SALUTE
9:00 PRESENTATION

A-1. Presentation of a resolution:
a. Commending Nicola Anderson, Kenneth Finney, and Amparo Haber upon
their retirement from the Auditor-Controller’s Office.
b. Commending David L. Johnson upon his retirement after 33 years of
service from the District Attorney’s Office.
c. Recognizing Chaplain Judy Boen for receiving the Commission on the
Status of Women 2006 “Service to Women” Award.
(RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

CONSENT AGENDA – REVIEW AND APPROVAL
The routine items listed on the consent portion of the agenda are scheduled
for consideration as a group. Recommendations are shown for each item. Any
Supervisor may request any item be withdrawn from the Consent Agenda to permit
discussion or change the recommended course of action.

I. CONSENT AGENDA
Unless an item is pulled for separate action by the Board, the following
recommendations are approved without discussion.

Administrative Office Items:
B-1. Request to approve recommended responses to finding and recommendations
contained in the Grand Jury report on the San Luis Obispo County Fleet
Garage. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

B-2. Submittal of a notice to commence negotiations for the exchange of
property tax revenue and annual tax increment for the detachment of
property from the City of Arroyo Grande (Milne property).(RECOMMEND
APPROVAL.)

B-3. Request to terminate the proclamation of Local Emergency related to the
impact of salmon fishing restrictions. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

Clerk-Recorder Items:
B-4. Request approval of the minutes of the Board of Supervisors meetings of
June 6, 13, 19, 20, 21 and 27, 2006.(RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

B-5. Request approval of the Policies and Procedures for Operation and Conduct
of Hearings before the Assessment Appeals Board. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

B-6. Submittal of the Port San Luis Harbor District 2006-2007 Final Budget.
(RECOMMEND ITEM BE RECEIVED AND FILED.)

Public Works Items:
B-7. Request to approve a fee increase and time extension for a professional
services agreement with Wood Rodgers Consulting Engineers, for
engineering services required to prepare a master Environmental Impact
Report, final plan, specifications and estimates for the Halcyon Road
Climbing Lane Improvements; 4th District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND
INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

B-8. The following tract map has been received and has satisfied all the
conditions of approval that were established in the public hearing on
its tentative map: Tract 2731, a proposed subdivision resulting in 9
lots, by Avila Beach Hole in the Clouds LLC, San Miguel Street, Avila
Beach, act on the resolution to accept the offer of dedication for roads
widening of San Miguel Street; 3rd District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND
INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Other Items:
B-9. Submittal by the Auditor-Controller of a cash procedures review of the
San Luis Obispo County Public Works Department conducted on June 29,
2006. (RECOMMEND ITEM BE RECEIVED AND FILED.)

B-10. Request by the Board of Supervisors to ratify resolutions honoring the
2006 Wine Industry Person of the Year, the 2006 Winemaker of the Year,
the 2006 Wine Grape Grower of the Year, the 2006 Agriculturalist of the
Year, the 2006 Cattleman of the Year, and the 2006 Cattlewoman of the
Year at the California Mid-State Fair. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

B-11. Request by Information Technology to approve a contract with Time Warner
Telecommunications for 36 months of Internet access in the amount of
$2,296 plus taxes per month for a total amount not to exceed $95,000 to
provide the County with a second internet service provider. (RECOMMEND
APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

B-12. Request by Drug and Alcohol to approve the second of two scheduled
mandatory annual amendments (Clerk’s File) to the fiscal year 2005-06
Combined Negotiated Net Amount and Drug Medi-Cal contract with the
State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND
INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

B-13. Request by General Services to approve a contract with Padre Associated
for hazardous materials remediation services (APN 76-371-012, Filbin)
at the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport and waive the formal
selection policy for professional services. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND
INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

B-14. Submittal by Planning and Building of the proposed mitigated negative
declaration for the Picachio Road Bridge at Cayucos Creek Replacement
Project; 2nd District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

II. PUBLIC HEARINGS
C-1. Hearing to consider an appeal of the South County Road Improvement fee
by William and Deah Rudd for property located on Mesa View Drive; 4th
District. (RECOMMEND DENIAL OF THE APPEAL.)

C-2. Hearing to consider an appeal by the applicant, Bill Freeman of the
Planning Commission’s decision of June 22, 2006, to deny a conditional
use permit that would waive Land Use Ordinance standards that prohibit
an outdoor used car lot within a central business district, the proposed
project is within the Commercial Retail Land Use Category and is located
at 1921 and 1941 Cienega Street, in the central business district of the
community of Oceano; 4th District. (RECOMMEND DENIAL OF THE APPEAL.)

CLOSED SESSION ITEMS
REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION
12:05 ADJOURNMENT

ATTACHMENT “A” CLOSED SESSION ITEMS PENDING LITIGATION (Gov. Code, 54956.9.)
It is the intention of the Board to meet in closed session concerning the
following items:
A. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation(Gov. Code,
54956.9(a).) (Formally initiated)
1. Los Osos CSD v. Golden State Water Company
2. Manufactured Home Communities, Inc. v. County of San Luis Obispo, et al.
3. In re Union Pacific Railroad San Miguel Crossing

B. Conference with Legal Counsel B Anticipated Litigation(Gov. Code,
‘ 54956.9.)
4. Significant exposure to litigation (Gov. Code, ‘54956.9(b).) No. of
cases 2. Facts and circumstances not known to potential plaintiff
which indicate significant exposure to litigation.
5. Initiation of litigation (Gov. Code ‘ 54956.9(c).) No. of cases 2.

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR (Gov. Code ‘ 54957.6.) It is the intention
of the Board to meet in closed session to have a conference with its Labor
Negotiator concerning the following:
6 . Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox. Name of employee
organization: SLOGAU
7. Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox. Name of employee
organization: SLOCEA Trades and Crafts
8. Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox. Name of employee
organization: SLOPPOA
9. Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox. Name of employee
organization: DCCA
10. Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox. Name of employee
organization: DAIA

THE FOLLOWING IS FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION ONLY AND IS NOT A PART OF THE BOARD
OF SUPERVISORS’ AGENDA WEEKLY REPORT OF ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE
FOR REVIEW
The purpose of the environmental review process is to provide information
about the environmental effects of the actions and decisions made by the
County, so that environmental considerations become a part of the decision
making process. The following is a summary of the most recent determinations
made by the County’s Environmental Coordinator. The purpose of this listing
is to notify the public of pending actions which may affect the environment
in San Luis Obispo County.
You are invited to participate in this process by reviewing and providing
comments on the recommendations of the Environmental Coordinator. Your
comments should be in writing and should be delivered to: Ellen Carroll,
Environmental Coordinator, Department of Planning and Building, County
Government Center, Room 310, San Luis Obispo, CA 93408-2040. For more
information about the environmental review process, please write to the
address above or call the Environmental Division of the Department of
Planning and Building at (805) 781-5600.

Proposed Negative Declarations:
A Negative Declaration is issued for projects that would not result in
significant effects on the environment. In many cases, the project applicant
has added mitigation measures to the project to reduce environmental impacts
in order to qualify for a Negative Declaration. If you disagree with the
issuance of a proposed Negative Declaration, you may provide comments or
file a Request for Review of the Negative Declaration. Requests for Review
must be filed within two weeks of the date that the proposed Negative
Declaration is posted and must address only environmental issues. There is
a fee for the request. If you would like more information about this process,
please contact the Environmental Coordinator.
Environmental Impact Report:
An Environmental Impact Report (EIR) is a detailed analysis of the
environmental effects of a project. The report is released in draft form,
with an invitation to all interested persons and agencies to review the
draft EIR or EIR supplement and submits written comments. The final EIR
will contain all the information that was in the draft, plus the written
comments, responses to the comments, and any changes in the document that
need to be made to respond to the comments.

For week of August 3, 2006
ND-1. Paso Robles Area: Carelli Parcel Map. Request by Christina Carelli to
subdivide an approximate 42.78 acre parcel into four parcels of
approximately 10.50, 10.99, 10.38 and 10.88 acres each for the purpose
of sale and/or development. The proposed project is within the
Residential Rural land use category, and is located at 515 Nacimiento
Lake Drive (south side) approximately 0.5 miles north of Mustang Springs
Road, approximately 1 mile west of the City of Paso Robles, in the
Adelaida and Salinas planning areas. ED05-314 (SUB2005-00073)

ND-2. Fernandez Grading Permit. Request by Robert Fernandez to grade
for a residential building pad and driveway, which will result in the
disturbance of approximately 19,000 square feet on a 1 acre parcel (350
cubic yards of cut and 350 cubic yards of fill). The proposed project
is within the Residential Suburban land used category, and is located
on the south side of Shale Rock Road, approximately 0.5 mile west of
Geneseo Road, approximately 6 miles east of the City of Paso Robles,
in the El Pomar-Estrella planning area. ED05-467 (PMT2005-02735)

ND-3. Templeton Area: Graves Tract Map. Request by David Graves to subdivide
an approximate 2.0 acre parcel into 9 parcels ranging from 6,000 to
10,550 square feet each for the purpose of sale and/or development,
which will result in the disturbance of the entire site. The project
includes off-site improvements to Las Tables Road. The proposed project
is within the Residential Multi-Family land use category, and is located
at 604 Las Tablas Road , approximately 750 feet east of Highway 101, in
the community of Templeton, in the Salinas River planning area.
ED05-501(SUB2005-00091)

ND-4. Changala Minor Use Permit. Request by Jean and Heidi Changala to 1)
waive the 250 foot distance requirement for an existing standing
residence, and 2) allow for the establishment of a winery and wine
tasting in two phases.
Phase 1 will include the partial conversion of an existing 3,300
square foot residence and storage building into a 2,134 square foot
winery with a 420 square foot tasting room and a request to modify the
200 foot setback to property line requirement for wineries.
Phase 2 will include the 1) construction of a 2,500 square foot winery
with a 2,000 square foot tasting room, and 2) closure of the exiting
tasting room authorized through phase 1, which will result in the
disturbance of approximately 1.4 acres of an 18.04 acre parcel. The
proposed project is within the Agriculture land use category, and is
located at 3760 Willow Creek Road (east side), approximately 0.3 mile
north of Vineyard Drive, approximately 3 miles west of the community
of Templeton, in the Salinas planning area.ED05-316(DRC2005-00037)

ND-5. Cambria Area: Gribben Minor Use Permit/Coastal Development Permit.
Request by Ken Gribben, using the County’s Transfer of Development
Credit(TDC) Program (includes 315 square feet of TDC) to allow for
the establishment of a 2,713 square foot single family residence,
which will result in the disturbance of approximately 3,000 square
feet on a 5,116 square foot parcel. The proposed project is within the
Residential Single Family land use category, and is located on the west
side of Ellis Avenue, approximately 20 feet northeast of Leonard Place,
in the community of Cambria, in the North Coast planning area.
ED05-330(DRC2005-00045)
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One thought on “San Luis Obispo County Board Of Supervisor’s Agenda 8/8/06

  1. I am writing to complain about the condition of the Sand & Surf camp ground now known as Coastal Dunes in Oceano on Hwy 1. October 1 management hands changed from privite to county and in that time the grass is dying from lack of water and appears to have not been mowed since the takeover plus the pool is green, not blue as normal. When I asked in the office what days were scheduled for water & mowing the attendant could not give me an answer which meant to me there was No schedule and he commented that he’d just put chemical in the pool that day. I pay $480.00 + utility for approximately 4 days use a month and have been willing only to stay & pay this amount because of the enjoyment I receive from the surrounding environment. If it is lost you will loose me as a renter after more than 10 years. I
    ve just paid for another month’s stay and am hoping the unacceptable situation can be cured. The attendant also told me the “they’d” really left it a mess. I was in camp 1 week before the transition and I remember that they were watering and mowing which leads me to believe they turned it over in the normal way it always was kept. Please don’t ruin a good thing.
    Sincerely,
    Lyn Kalar
    433 Ferguson Ave.
    Bakersfield, CA 93308

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