San Luis Obispo County Board Of Supervisors’ Agenda 10/17/06

OCTOBER 17, 2006  

PRESENTATION 9:00 PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

CONSENT AGENDA – REVIEW AND APPROVAL

ACTION AGENDA

HEARINGS

CLOSED SESSION

PRESENTATION

NOON RECESS – ADJOURN TO THE MADONNA INN

FOR LUNCH WITH THE CATTLEMAN�S ASSOCIATION 12:15

REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION 2:00

HEARINGS CONTINUED

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 Supervisors’ weekly agenda and staff reports can be accessed at the following website www.countyofslo.org.

All persons desiring to speak on agenda items during Presentation, Consent Agenda, Public Hearing, Public Comment, Board Business, 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

PRESENTATION

A-1A

Presentation of a resolution proclaiming October 15 – 22, 2006 as “Character Counts Week”.

Staff Report

A-1B

Presentation of a resolution recognizing Oceano Dunes Vehicular Recreation Area on its 100th Anniversary.

Staff Report

A-1C

Presentation of a resolution proclaiming October 15 – 21, 2006 as “Ukrainian Open World Democracy Leadership Week”. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

Members of the public wishing to address the Board on matters other than scheduled items, may do so when recognized by the Chairperson. Individuals interested in speaking should fill out a “Board Appearance Request Form” located at the back of the Board Chambers and hand it to the Clerk of the Board. Presentations are limited to three minutes per individual.

PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE CONSENT AGENDA.

CONSENT AGENDA

 

Items Set for Hearing/Bid Opening:

B-1

Introduction of a proposed ordinance amending section 2.48.095 of the County Code and increasing the Board of Supervisors salaries by 11.5%. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CLERK TO GIVE NOTICE OF HEARING DATE SET FOR OCTOBER 24, 2006 AT 9:00 A.M.)

Staff Report

B-2

Letter transmitting plans and specification (Clerk’s File) for the project to install energy saving lamps and ballasts to existing fixtures at the County jail and ancillary areas at the County jail located at the County Operations Center; All Districts. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CLERK TO GIVE NOTICE OF A BID OPENING SET FOR OCTOBER 23, 2006 AT 3:00 P.M.)

Staff Report

 

Auditor-Controller Items:

B-3

Request to approve a contract with Amparo Haber in the amount of $80,000 to provide technical consulting services in the maintenance and operation of the County’s Enterprise Financial System (EFS). (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-4

Submittal of a resolution amending the position allocation list for Fund Center 107 – Auditor Controller by deleting a Supervising Accounting Technician – Confidential position and adding an Administrative Services Officer I position. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

 

General Services:

B-5

Request to approve an amended contract with Padre Associates in the amount of $67,355 for hazardous materials remediation services on APN 76-371-012 (Filbin) at the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-6

Request to approve an in-lieu fee agreement (Clerk’s File) with the City of San Luis Obispo and the Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County in the amount of $55,234 for compensatory mitigation measures as a result of the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport Runway 11/29 Extension Project (#300013). (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-7

Submittal of a resolution: 1) authorizing an application for grant funds to be used for the acquisition of approximately 120 acres of coastal land near Pirate’s Cove; and 2) authorizing the General Services Director to negotiate and sign contracts to acquire the property. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-8

Request to approve: 1) the 2007 goals for the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program; and 2) authorizing the General Services Director to implement the program and appoint the DBE Liaison Officer. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

Staff Report

 

Health Agency Items:

B-9

Request from Behavioral Health to approve a renewal contract (Clerk’s File) with Valueoptions, Inc. for Fiscal Year 2006-2007 in the amount of $30,000 to provide Medi-Cal specialty mental health services to children placed outside of the County. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-10

Request from Public Health to approve two amended contracts (Clerk’s File) with San Luis Obispo Ambulance Service, Inc. for: a) extension of the current contracts to June 30, 2011 with a possible extension through June 30, 2013; b) creation of a critical care transport program; c) establishment of an obligation to abide by a document entitled “General Guidelines for Ambulance Rate Review”; d) inclusion of an improved description of ambulance service areas; e) various modifications to the method and timing of ambulance rate reviews; f) requirement for the Contractor to share in the cost of the conduct of rate reviews; and g) a provision to adjust charges if realized revenue is either higher or lower than projected. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

 

Planning and Building Items:

B-11

Submittal of a resolution approving Amendment No. 4 to the amended agreement for mitigations for Tract 1694 with David R. & Carolyn A. Scheeff, Trustees of the David R. and Carolyn A. Scheeff Trust dated July 13, 1993; the property is located on the west side of Earhart Road, approximately one mile northwest of Old Oak Park Road, north of the City of Arroyo Grande; 3rd District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-12

Submittal of the Class I Impacts Reports from past Environmental Impact Reports on the Dalidio Property – the Dalidio Property Annexation Project dated November 1999 and the Dalidio/San Luis Marketplace Annexation and Development Project EIR dated April 2004; All Districts. (RECOMMEND ITEM BE RECEIVED AND FILED.)

Staff Report

 

Public Works Items:

B-13

Submittal of a resolution authorizing the execution of a notice of completion for the repair of a timber bridge on Santa Rita Road over Old Creek at Cayucos (Contract No 245R12B530); 1st District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-14

Submittal of a bid opening report for the 2006 chip seal of various County roads in the County (Contract No. 245R12B570); All Districts. (RECOMMEND REJECTION OF SUBJECT BIDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE LAW.)

Staff Report

B-15

The following maps have been received and have satisfied all the conditions of approval that were established in the public hearings on their tentative maps:

Staff Report

A.

CO 01-0314, a proposed subdivision resulting in 3 lots, by Pam Dean, Wilmar Avenue, Oceano; reject the offer of dedication for pedestrian easement without prejudice to future acceptance; act on resolution to accept an avigation easement; act on resolution to accept the offer of dedication for road widening of Wilmar Avenue; 4th District.

B.

CO 04-0589, a proposed subdivision resulting in 2 lots, by Karen & Lisa Jorgensen, Noyes Road, north of the City of Arroyo Grande; 3rd District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

 

Other Items:

B-16

Request by the Board Members to allocate $2,500 (District One – $500, District Five – $2,000) from District Community Grant Funds to the Atascadero Colony Days Committee for costs associated with holding the annual Colony Days event on October 21, 2006. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-17

Request from the Administrative Office that the Board of Supervisors oppose Proposition 90 – the Government Acquisition, Regulation of Private Property Initiative Constitutional Amendment. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

Staff Report

B-18

Request from the Information Technology Department to approve a mutual aid agreement (Clerk’s File) with Kern County to implement disaster recovery for our mainframe systems. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-19

Request from Social Services to approve: 1) a State Office of Child Abuse Prevention Grant agreement (Clerk’s File) in the amount of $1,279,370 to continue and expand the Supporting Father Involvement Study; and 2) a contract (Clerk’s File) with the Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis Obispo County, Inc. for $1,187,738 for operation of the Father Involvement Study program. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

PUBLIC HEARINGS

C-1

Hearing to consider an appeal by Scott Stokes of the Subdivision Review Board’s approval of a request by Leslie and Janet Mallory for four conditional certificates of compliance conditioned to be merged into one parcel of 2.6 for the purpose sale and/or development, located on 2902 Geneseo Road, approximately 5 miles north of the community of Creston; 1st District. (RECOMMEND DENIAL OF THE APPEAL AND APPROVING FOUR CONDITIONAL CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE.)

Staff Report

CLOSED SESSION ITEMS

I.

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) PG & E v. Mothers For Peace, (2) In re Los Osos Community Services District, (3) Los Osos CSD v. Golden State Water Company, (4) San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace, et al. v. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, (5) Nipomo CSD v. County of San Luis Obispo and (6) Edelen v. County of San Luis Obispo.

B.

Conference with Legal Counsel (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.

II.

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: DCCA; (8) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: DAIA; (9) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: Unrepresented Management & Confidential/Elected.

 

The Board of Supervisors shall adjourn and reconvene as the Board of Directors for In-Home Supportive Services Providers and intend to meet in Closed Session concerning the following items: (1) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Kelly Tuffo, Name of employee organization: In-Home Supportive Services Providers, UDWA, NUHHCE, AFSCME, AFL-CIO.

PRESENTATION

A-2

Submittal of a resolution dedicating a section of State Highway Route 101 in the County as the Alex Madonna Memorial Highway. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

ADJOURN TO THE MADONNA INN FOR LUNCH WITH THE CATTLEMAN’S ASSOCIATION.

REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION

HEARINGS CONTINUED

C-2

Hearing to consider the annual update of the North Coast Circulation Study and a resolution implementing the continuation of the existing Road Improvement Fees for the North Coast Area and a portion of the North Coast Planning Areas. (RECOMMEND ITEM BE CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 24, 2006.)

Staff Report

C-3

Hearing to consider the annual update of the Los Osos Circulation Study and a resolution implementing modified Road Improvement Fees for the Los Osos Area. (RECOMMEND ITEM BE CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 24, 2006.)

Staff Report

C-4

Hearing to consider an appeal by 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. (CONTINUED FROM AUGUST 8, 2006.) (RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE APPEAL.)

Staff Report

Hearing to consider four proposals to establish or alter boundaries of agricultural preserves:

C-5A

Robert & Paula Campbell-Taylor (AGP 2005-00022) – A request to alter and expand the boundaries of an adjacent agricultural preserve to include this site and enable the landowner to enter into a land conservation contract and project is located at 6990 Estrella Road east of the community of San Miguel; 1st District.

C-5B

Michael Wilson (AGP 2005-00025) – A request to establish an agricultural preserve to enable the applicant to enter into a land conservation contract and project is located at 445 Indian Creek Road, approximately 9 miles east of the community of Creston; 5th District.

C-5C

Tri M Rental Group (A010011A) – A request to alter and expand the boundaries of an agricultural preserve to add 30 acres of land and reduce the minimum parcel size requirement and site is located east of Santa Maria; 4th District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

C-5D

Donald & Barbara Hofer to alter the boundaries of an agricultural preserve and contract by adding approximately 30 acres and the project is located at 1535 Kiler Canyon Road, approximately three quarters of a mile southeast of Paso Robles; 1st District.

Staff Report

ADJOURNMENT

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