|AGENDA||BOARD OF SUPERVISORS|
|David EdgeCounty Administrator||
Harry L. Ovitt, 1st District
|NOVEMBER 7, 2006|
PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
CONSENT AGENDA – REVIEW AND APPROVAL
NOON RECESS 12:00
REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION 2:00
HEARINGS CONTINUED 2:05
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 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.
|A-1||Presentation of a resolution proclaiming November 2006 as “National Hospice Month”. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)|
|PC-1||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.
|A-2||Presentation by the California State Association of Counties Finance Corporation.|
|B-PC||CONSENT AGENDA – PUBLIC COMMENT – 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 Any Supervisor may request any item be withdrawn from the Consent Agenda to permit discussion or change the recommendation course of action.|
|BC-1||CONSENT AGENDA – Unless an item is pulled for separate action by the Board, the following recommendations are approved without discussion.|
Items Set for Hearing:
Introduction of an ordinance amending the County fee schedule for fiscal year 2007-08. Changes to existing fees in this schedule will take effect July 1, 2007 with the exception of fees for Parks, Golf Courses, and the Airport which will take effect January 1, 2007; All Districts. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CLERK TO GIVE NOTICE OF HEARING DATE SET FOR NOVEMBER 21, 2006 AT 9 A.M.)
Administrative Office Items:
Request to approve a budget adjustment in the amount of $10,000 from Fund Center 331- Fish and Game environmental settlement designation to fund professional and special services account. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Request to approve a contract with Private Industry Council (PIC) to: 1) designate the PIC as the Workforce Investment Act grant recipient and administrative entity by extending the effective date to June 30, 2007; 2) enter into an agreement with the PIC to provide in-school youth, out-of-school youth, adult, and dislocated worker program services; and 3) require the PIC, as the administrative entity, to enter into an agreement with the Atascadero Community Link to provide services for in-school program services. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Submittal of resolutions amending the 2004-07 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the District Attorney Investigator’s Unit and the District Attorney’s Supervisory Unit to extend the term of the MOUs and reflect the 2006-07 prevailing wage adjustments. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Submittal of a resolution amending Resolution number 2006-31 fixing the County’s contribution to CALPERS approved health plans for each bargaining unit. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
General Services Items:
Request to approve a lease with Ian and Coralie McMillan for improved office space located at 829 Tenth Street, in the City of Paso Robles for the Department of Social Services. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Request to approve: 1) a new project (the Old Creek Connection Bicycle Trail); 2) a budget adjustment in the amount of $250,000 from unanticipated revenue sources for funding the project; and 3) a resolution to accept grant funding for the project and authorize the General Services Director to negotiate and sign grant contracts to complete the project. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Request to approve: 1) the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Technology Initiative Grant; and 2) a corresponding budget adjustment in the amount of $104,646 from unanticipated revenue to the budget unit; and 3) amend the fixed asset list for $89,257 and adjust the Significant Value account for $8,689 to purchase equipment. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Request to approve an agreement (Clerk’s File) with PetData Inc. as an agent for animal license processing. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Request from the Health Agency to approve: 1) a Dependency Drug Court Partnership renewal grant agreement (Clerk’s File) with the State Health and Human Services, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, and authorize the Drug and Alcohol Services Clinical Programs Manager or designee to sign the agreement and any agreements thereto; and 2) a corresponding budget adjustment in the amount of $100,734 from unanticipated revenue to the Drug and Alcohol Services fund center; and 3) a resolution amending the Position Allocation List adding 2.5 grant-funded positions. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND AUTHORIZE DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES CLINICAL PROGRAMS MANAGER TO SIGN AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Request by the Clerk Recorder to approve the minutes of the Board of Supervisors meetings of September 12, 19 and 26, 2006. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)
Request by Social Services to approve a contract (Clerk’s File) with California State University Fresno Foundation in the amount of $91,000 to provide field-based training in support of Child Welfare Services. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Request by Veterans Services to approve Medi-Cal Cost Avoidance and County Subvention agreements with the State Department of Veterans Affairs. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
The following parcel map has been received by Public Works and has satisfied all the conditions of approval that were established in the public hearing on its Tentative map: CO 04-0349, a proposed subdivision resulting in 3 lots, by Twist Ranches, a California Corporation, Creston Road, east of Templeton; 1st District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)
Request by the Planning Department to authorize the use of alternative publication procedures for amendments to Title 22, the County Land Use Ordinance and Title 23, the County Zone Land Use Ordinance; All Districts. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)
Request by Information Technology to approve a budget adjustment in the amount of $6,570 from Fund Center 114 -Services and Supplies to Fund Center 114-Capital Equipment to purchase an Ethernet routing switch and amend the fixed asset list to include the new switch. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Hearing to consider a proposed ordinance amending section 2.48.095 of the county code and increasing Board of Supervisors salaries by 11.5%. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)
Hearing to consider an appeal by Robert Maddelein of the Planning Department Hearing Officer’s decision to approve the application of Emery Vlotho/Stor for a minor use permit /coastal development permit to allow after-the-fact demolition of an existing restaurant, the construction of a new 1835 square foot restaurant, two hotel units and the waiver of approximately 14 parking spaces; the appeal is based on the parking waiver; 2nd District. (RECOMMEND DENIAL OF THE APPEAL.)
|CS-1||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:
Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation (Gov. Code �54956.9(a)) (Formally initiated) (1) In re Los Osos Community Services District, (2) Los Osos CSD v. Golden State Water Company, (3) San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace, et al. v. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and (4) Manufactured Home Communities, Inc. v. County of San Luis Obispo.
Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation (Gov. Code �54956.9) (5) 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. (6) 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: (7) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: SLOGAU; (8) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: DCCA.
REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION
Hearing to consider an appeal by Chad Wittstrom of the Subdivision Review Board’s decision to deny a tentative parcel map and a conditional use permit for a minor agricultural cluster subdivision to divide a 122.90 acre parcel into four parcels of 4.06 acres, 2.50 acres, 4.06 acres, and 112.28 acres located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Sheehy Road and Dana Foothill Road, northwest of the community of Nipomo; 4th District. (RECOMMEND DENIAL OF THE APPEAL.)
Hearing to consider an appeal by Paso Watch of the Subdivision Review Board’s approval of the request by Hastings Trust, BLB Trust, Semmes Trust, and William and Elaine Batemen for a reconsideration of Conditional Use Permit D030044D (the Vineyard Center) located on the east side of Rossi Road, approximately 425 feet south of the intersection of Rossi Road and Vineyard Drive in the community of Templeton to change the conditions of approval to allow internally illuminated signs, increase the size and number of signs and locate building “C” closer to Rossi Road; 1st District. (RECOMMEND DENIAL OF THE APPEAL.)
Hearing to consider a proposal by AGP2005-00024 – Request by Roy Parsons to alter and expand the boundaries of an agricultural preserve by adding approximately 85 acres enabling the applicant to add land to a land conservation contract located at 3610 Las Pilitas Road, approximately 7.5 miles east of the community of Templeton in the Las Pilitas Planning area.
Hearing to consider a proposal by AGP2006-00002 – Request by Merrill Properties, LLC to alter and expand the boundaries of an agricultural preserve and Farmland Security Zone to allow the applicant to add land into a Farmland Security Zone contract. The project site consists of 17.5 acres from a lot line adjustment (to be added to 103 acres of contracted land) within the agricultural land use category located at the southwestern corner of the intersection of El Pomar Drive and south El Pomar approximately 5.0 miles east of Paso Robles in the El Pomar-Estrella planning area.
Hearing to consider a proposal by AGP2006-00003 – Request by Brian Ruggles to establish an agricultural preserve to enable the applicant to enter into a land conservation contract. The project consists of 161 acres within the agricultural land use category and is located off Blue Road approximately 9 miles east of the community of Santa Margarita in the Las Pilitas planning area; 1st & 5th Districts. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)