San Luis Obispo County Board Of Supvervisors Agenda 8/14/07

AGENDA   BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
David Edge

County Administrator

Harry L. Ovitt, 1st District
Bruce S. Gibson, 2nd District
Jerry Lenthall, Chairperson, 3rd District
K.H. “Katcho” Achadjian, 4th District
James R. Patterson, Vice-Chairperson, 5th District

     
AUGUST 14, 2007

PRESENTATION                                          9:00
PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
CONSENT AGENDA
REVIEW AND APPROVAL
BOARD BUSINESS
CLOSED SESSION                                      11:00
NOON RECESS                                            12:00
REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION               2:00
LOS OSOS PROJECT UPDATE
ADJOURNMENT                                           5:00

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.slocounty.ca.gov.

Individuals wishing accessibility accommodations at this meeting, under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), may request such accommodations to aid hearing, visual, or mobility impairment by contacting the Clerk of the Board at 781-5080. Please note that 48 hours advance notice will be necessary to honor your request.

Cells phones should be turned off while in the Board Chambers.
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-1

Adoption and presentation of a resolution supporting the inclusion of the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors on the California Rangeland resolution.  (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.

CONSENT AGENDA – PUBLIC COMMENT

CONSENT AGENDA – REVIEW AND APPROVAL

Administrative Office Items:

B-1

Request to approve recommended responses to the findings and recommendations contained in the Grand Jury Report on the Local Lock-ups.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

Staff Report

B-2

Request to approve recommended responses to the findings and recommendations contained in the Grand Jury Report on Historic Preservation.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

Staff Report

B-3

Submittal of resolutions approving the 2007-2011 Memorandum of Understandings (Clerk’s File) with the San Luis Obispo County Probation Peace Officers’ Association.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

Board of Supervisors Items:

B-4

Submittal of a resolution recognizing Jay Elder for 25 years of service to Port San Luis Harbor District.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-5

Request by Supervisor Patterson to reappoint Margaret Marshall to the Atascadero Public Cemetery District.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

Staff Report

Health Agency Items:

B-6

Request to approve an amended contract (Clerk’s File) with Robert Latta, M.D. to serve as Deputy County Health Officer and to provide medical services to jail inmates.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-7

Request to approve an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2006-07 contract (Clerk’s File) with the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs to provide funding for drug and alcohol services.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

Planning and Building Items:

B-8

Submittal of a resolution accepting an Avigation Easement from Sierra Gardens of San Luis Obispo, LTD. and Kitman-1 for the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport; 3rd District.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-9

Submittal of a resolution accepting an Avigation Easement from Craig Alan Cowan, Trustee of the Craig Alan Cowan Revocable Trust, for the San Luis Obispo Regional Airport; 3rd District.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-10

Submittal of a resolution to approve an Agricultural and Open Space Conservation Easement Deed and a Grant of Vegetative Screening Deed Restriction with Randy and Nancy Flamm for Minor Use Permit/Coastal Development Permit (DRC2004-00078); 2nd District.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-11

Submittal of a resolution to approve an Open Space Agreement for Conditional Use Permit (D990375D) with Mountainbrook Community Church; 3rd District.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

Public Works Items:

B-12

Request to approve an Assignment of Construction Management Agreement (Clerk’s File) associated with the Nacimiento Water Project from Jacobs Civil Inc. to Jacobs Engineering: All Districts. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-13

Request to approve Amendment No. 4 to the contract for Professional Right of Way Acquisition and Access Coordination Services with Hammer-Jewell & Associates in the amount of $100,000 for the Nacimiento Water Project; All Districts.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-14

Request to approve a Nacimiento Project Water Delivery Entitlement contract amendment for County Service Area No. 10, Zone A (CSA 10A) and a corresponding budget adjustment in the amount of $550,000 required to cash fund the share of project construction cost; 2nd District.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-15

Request to approve an increase in authorized construction contract costs for the Lift Station No. 3 Upgrade in County Service Area No.7 Oak Shores in the amount of $30,000; 1st District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

B-16

Report regarding the Southern California Gas Company Franchise renewal; All Districts. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

Staff Report

B-17

Submittal of a resolution accepting road improvements on Laurie Way, Luke Way, Monadella Street and Raptor Street, Callender-Garrett (County Road Nos. 1524, 1525, 1526, 1527) and South Tejas Place and Martha Lane, Nipomo (County Road Nos. 1222 and 1472); 4th  District. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

Other Items:

B-18

Request by General Services to amend the fixed asset list at the San Luis Obispo County Airport to include a new passenger ramp and to approve a corresponding budget adjustment in the amount of $15,000 from existing sources within the Airport Enterprise Fund.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

Staff Report

BOARD BUSINESS

D-1

Presentation of the Veterans Services Department’s Performance Profile.  Public Works Director

Staff Report

E-1

Submittal of a resolution establishing requirements for financing maintenance of new streets and roads constructed by subdivisions; All Districts. (RECOMMEND APPROVAL AND INSTRUCT CHAIRPERSON TO SIGN.)

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) Los Osos Community Services District v. Golden State Water Company; (2) In re Los Osos Community Services District; (3) Citizens for Planning Responsibly v. County of San Luis Obispo; (4) County of San Luis Obispo v. Filbin, et al; (5) Wolcott v. County of San Luis Obispo, et al.

    B.

Conference with Legal Counsel (Anticipated Litigation  (Gov. Code, §54956.9.) (6) 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.; (7) 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: (8) Negotiator’s Name:  Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: SLOGAU; (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: Unrepresented Management and Confidential Employees; (11) Negotiator’s Name:  Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: SLOCPPOA; (12) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: SLOCEA-Public Services, Supervisors, Clerical; (13) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: Deputy Sheriff’s Association; (14) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: DAIA; (15) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: SLOCEA-Trades and Crafts; (16) Negotiator’s Name: Santos Arrona, Gail Wilcox, Name of employee organization: Sheriffs’ Management.

III.

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR (Gov. Code, § 54956.8.)  It is the intention of the Board to meet in Closed Session to have a conference with its Real Property Negotiator concerning the following:  (17) Property Description: 1830 19th Street, Oceano, Ca 93445, Parties with whom negotiating: Boy’s & Girl’s Club of So. SLO County, Instructions to Negotiator will concern:  Price, Terms and Conditions; (18) Property Description: Book 075, Pages 111-116 and Book 061, Page 091, (LaGrande Beach, Oceano), Parties with whom negotiating: State of California/Andy Zilke, Instructions to Negotiator will concern:  Price, Terms and Conditions.

NOON RECESS

REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION

F-1

Update on the Los Osos Wastewater Treatment Project; 2nd District.

    a)

Consider the presentation of Project Screening Analysis by the project team.

    b)

Consider the presentation of the Project Pro/Con Analysis by the project Technical Advisory Committee.

    c)

Consider the presentation of future work efforts.

    d)

Approve Exhibit A – Project Selection Strategies.  (RECOMMEND APPROVAL.)

Staff Report – Large File – 388 pages

ADJOURNMENT

THE FOLLOWING IS FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION ONLY AND IS NOT 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 of 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 200, San Luis Obispo, Ca  93408-2040.  For more information about the environmental review process, please write to the address above, call the Environmental Division of the Department of Planning and Building at (805) 781-5600, or review information on our website which is http://www.sloplanning.org.

 

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 (appeal) 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.

For Week of August 9, 2007

Creston Area

 

West 22nd Street Corp. Grading Permit.  Request by Ted R. Cooper Properties (West 22nd Street Corp.) to grade for a 16 foot wide access road, including the construction of a seasonal creek crossing (box culvert) within the existing County right-of-way (North Ryan Road) and construction of a second seasonal creek crossing (box culvert), which will result in the disturbance of approximately 1.18 acres of an approximately 1,400-acre parcel, including 2,115 cubic yards of cut and 815 cubic yards of fill.  The proposed project is within the Agriculture land use category and is located at 4335 Highway 41, approximately 14,000 feet northeast of the village of Creston.  The site is in the Shandon-Carrizo planning area. ED05-392, PMT2005-02233

Cayucos Area

 

Loperena Minor Use Permit.  Request by Jack Loperena for a Minor Use Permit/Coastal Development Permit to allow for the construction of a 2,396 square foot single family residence with a 217 square foot upper floor deck on the west side of the house.  The proposed home is single story (with basement) and a proposed maximum height of 15′ above the centerline elevation of Studio Drive.  The project will result in the disturbance of approximately 3,000 square feet of a 3,445 square foot parcel.  The proposed project is within the Residential Single Family land use category and is located on the west side of Studio Drive, adjacent to the State Parks property on the northern end of Studio Drive, approximately 250 feet south of the intersection of Studio Drive and Highway 1, in the community of Cayucos.  The site is in the Estero planning area.  ED06-317 (DRC2005-00216)

Los Osos Area

 

Johnston Development Plan.  Request by Richard Johnston for a Development Plan/ Coastal Development Permit to allow for the construction of a two-phased commercial project.  Phase I would comprise construction of two commercial buildings, totaling approximately 13,814 square feet (Building A: approximately 5,797 sf; Building B: approximately 8,017 sf) and would be used only as commercial interior storage.  Phase I would also include construction of all County-required on- and off-site infrastructure improvements.  Phase II would be initiated at the time of connection to a community sewer system, or to a non-discharge system approved by the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB), and would allow the commercial storage buildings to be utilized in a manor consistent with allowed uses in the Commercial Service land use category.  The project will result in  the disturbance of approximately 0.95 acres on a 1.1-acre parcel.  The proposed project is within the Commercial Service land use category and is located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Santa Ynez Avenue and Fairchild Way, in the community of Los Osos, in the Estero planning area.  ED06-229 (DRC2006-00020)

Palo Mesa Area

 

King Parcel Map.  Request by Robert M. King for a parcel map to subdivide an existing 10.01-acre parcel into two parcels of approximately five acres each for the purpose of sale and/or development.  Two single-family residences, two workshops, a storage facility, and access improvements from Rio Road exist on proposed Parcel 1.  A well is located on proposed Parcel 2, which is otherwise undeveloped.  Parcel 2 would access from existing secondary parcel access to Chamisal Lane.  The proposed project is located within the Residential Rural land use category on the eastern side of Rio Road (353 Rio Road), approximately 200 feet east of Mesa View Drive (Highway 1), west of the Palo Mesa village area, in the South County (Inland) planning area.  ED04-208 (SUB2003-00232/ CO04-0188)

Nipomo Mesa Area

 

Volentine Parcel Map.  Request by James Volentine for a Tentative Parcel map (CO 06-0197) to subdivide an existing twenty-acre parcel into four parcels of five acres each for the purpose of sale and/or development.  The project will result in site disturbance as the individual parcels are developed.  The division will create one on-site road.  The proposed road name is Hummingbird Lane.  The proposed project is within the Residential Rural land use category.  The project is located on the east side of Via Concha Road (at 803 Via Concha Road), approximately 800 feet south of the Willow/Via Concha Road intersection, approximately three miles west of the community of Nipomo, in the South County (Inland) planning area  ED06-331 (SUB2006-00071, CO06-0197)

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