CONTRA COSTA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

Supervisors J. Gioia, G. B. Uilkema, M. N. Piepho, M. DeSaulnier, and F. D. Glover

Clerk of the Board, John Sweeten (925 335-1900)

 

A G E N D A

TUESDAY OCTOBER 11, 2005

 

The Board of Supervisors respects your time, and every attempt is made to accurately estimate when an item may be heard by the Board. All times specified for items on the Board of Supervisors agenda are approximate. Items may be heard later than indicated depending on the business of the day. Your patience is appreciated.

 

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9:00 A.M.        Convene and announce adjournment to Closed Session, Room 101.

 

9:30 A.M.        Call to order 1 and opening ceremonies.

 

Inspirational Thought - “Many fine things can be done in a day if you don’t always make that day tomorrow.” -Anonymous

 

CONSIDER CONSENT ITEMS 2 - Items removed from this section will be considered with the Short Discussion Items.

                     

HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT ITEMS

 

HA.1  ACCEPT investment report of the Housing Authority of the County of Contra Costa for the quarter ending September 2005 as required by SB564 (CH 783), as recommended by the Acting Housing Authority Executive Director. (All Districts)

 

9:35 A.M.

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

PR.1   ADOPT 3 Resolution No. 2005/642 honoring the Lafayette Arts and Science Foundation as a recipient of the 2005 Arts Recognition Award as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (District II)

 

PR.2     PRESENTATION 4 to adopt Resolution No. 2005/638 recognizing Kenneth C. Stuart, Director of Environmental Health, on his retirement from Contra Costa County. (William Walker, M.D., Health Services Director) (All Districts)

 

9:45 A.M.

 

SHORT DISCUSSION ITEMS - The Board will consider and take action on the following items:

 

SD.1    CONSIDER 5 any Consent Items previously removed.

 

SD.2   ADOPT 6 Resolution No. 2005/622, the continued action from October 4, 2005, for Vesting Tentative Map 8381 and 8382, accepting tabulation of mail-in ballots, confirmation of Final Engineer’s Report for FY 2005/06 Mid Year Annexation of Vesting Tentative Approval of the Final Map 8331, 8381 and 8382 to Countywide Landscaping and Lighting District 1979-3 (LL-2) Zone 71, Danville area. (District III)

 

SD.3   HEARING 7 to consider adoption of Resolution No. 2005/643 approving the transfer of Seren Innovations, Inc., to Astound Broadband, LLC. (Pat Burke, Office of Communications & Media) (Districts III, IV)

 

DELIBERATION ITEMS - The Board will consider and take action on the following items:

 

D.1       PUBLIC COMMENT 8 . (3 Minutes/Speaker)

 

D.2        CONSIDER 9 directing the County Administrator to work with the Office of the Sheriff and the General Services Department to implement by December 1, 2005 specified measures to improve security during the Board of Supervisors meetings, as recommended by the Internal Operations Committee. (Supervisor Uilkema) (All Districts)

 

D.3     PRESENTATION 10 on Contra Costa County ’s emergency preparedness. (John Sweeten, County Administrator . (All Districts)

 

D.4      CONSIDER 11 adopting a position on Proposition 75, which is identified on the ballot as "Public Employees Union Dues. Restrictions on Political Contributions. Employee Consent Requirement. Initiative Statute." (Supervisor DeSaulnier) (All Districts)

 

Closed Session

 

1:00 P.M.

 

D.5      HEARING 12 on a recommendation of the County Planning Commission to adopt a temporary events ordinance, including a response from the Planning Commission on a referral from the Board of Supervisors to consider modifications to the proposed ordinance not previously considered by the Planning Commission. The proposed ordinance would apply to private property in all zoning districts in the unincorporated area of the County. ( County File # ZT050001) (Dennis Barry, Community Development Department Director) (All Districts)

 

Adjourn 13

 

 

CONSENT ITEMS

 

(Items are subject to removal from Consent Calendar by request of any Supervisor or on request for discussion by a member of the public).

 

Road and Transportation

 

C.1     ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/644 approving and authorizing the sale of surplus real property identified as Assessor’s Parcel No. 095-341-035, located at 2102 Paige Court, for $100,000 to Mt. Diablo Habitat for Humanity, Inc., and authorizing the Chair, Board of Supervisors, to execute the Grant Deed and the Option Agreement with Mt. Diablo Habitat for Humanity, Inc., on behalf of the County, Pittsburg area. (100% Contra Costa Transportation Funds) (District V)

 

Engineering Services

 

C.2     LP 02-02051: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/645 accepting offer of dedication of property for public road purposes for project being developed by Farhad and Susann Ghaemmaghami, El Sobrante area. (District I)

 

C.3     PA 02-00001: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/646 approving the third extension of the subdivision (right-of-way landscaping) agreement for project being developed by Windemere BLC Land Company, LLC, as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.4     PA 02-00002: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/647 approving the second extension of the subdivision (right-of-way landscaping) agreement for project being developed by Windemere BLC Land Company, LLC, as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.5     RA 00-01103: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/648 approving the second extension of the subdivision (right-of-way landscaping) agreement for project being developed by Shapell Industries of Northern California, a Division of Shapell Industries, Inc., as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.6     RA 00-01104: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/649 approving the second extension of the subdivision (right-of-way landscaping) agreement for project being developed by Shapell Industries of Northern California, a Division of Shapell Industries, Inc., as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.7     RA 01-01122: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/650 approving the second extension of the subdivision (right-of-way landscaping) agreement for project being developed by Shapell Industries of Northern California, a Division of Shapell Industries, Inc., as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.8     RA 03-01152: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/651 approving the subdivision agreement (right-of-way landscaping) for Stoneleaf Road (ultimate roundabouts) for project being developed by Shapell Homes, a Division of Shapell Industries, Inc., a Delaware Corp., as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon (Dougherty Valley) area. (District III)

 

C.9     RA 03-01152: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/652 approving the subdivision agreement (right-of-way landscaping) for Stoneleaf Road (interim condition) for project being developed by Shapell Homes, a Division of Shapell Industries, Inc., a Delaware Corp., as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon (Dougherty Valley) area. (District III)

 

C.10   SD 98-08135: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/653 accepting completion of warranty period and release of cash deposit for faithful performance for project being developed by Shapell Industries of Northern California, Inc., San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.11   SD 00-08158: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/654 approving the second extension of the subdivision (right-of-way landscaping) agreement for project being developed by Windemere BLC Land Company, LLC, as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.12   SD 98-08163: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/655 accepting completion of warranty period and release of cash deposit for faithful performance for project being developed by Taylor Woodrow Homes, Inc., Alamo area. (District III)

 

C.13   SD 02-08682: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/656 accepting completion of soundwall improvements for project being developed by Shapell Industries of Northern California, a Division of Shapell Industries, Inc., San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.14   SD 02-08684: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/657 accepting completion of soundwall improvements for project being developed by Shapell Industries of Northern California, a Division of Shapell Industries, Inc., San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.15   SD 04-08699: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/658 approving the subdivision agreement (right-of-way landscaping) for project being developed by Shapell Industries of Northern California, a Division of Shapell Industries, Inc., as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

C.16   SD 04-08777: ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/659 approving the subdivision agreement (right-of-way landscaping) for project being developed by Windemere BLC Land Company, LLC, as recommended by the Public Works Director, San Ramon ( Dougherty Valley ) area. (District III)

 

Special Districts & County Airports

 

C.17    AUTHORIZE the Public Works Director, or designee, to negotiate long-term ground lease and development terms with JHB Hangar, LLC, for a development proposal for hangar space, maintenance facility, and office space on approximately 0.86 acres of land on the west side of the Buchanan Field Airport and north of the Airport Offices, known as Sally Ride West Development, Pacheco area. (Potential new revenues to the Airport and General funds) (District IV)

 

C.18   APPROVE the Buchanan Field Airport Electrical Upgrades and Sign Installation Project contingency fund increase in the amount of $70,000 for a new contingency fund total of $169,128, and APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Public Works Director to issue Change Order No. 5 with St. Francis Electric, to increase the payment limit by $71,000 to a new payment limit of $960,414 for removal, modification and installation of signs, Pacheco area. (90% Federal Aviation Administration Funds, 5.5% Airport Enterprise Funds, and 4.5% Caltrans Funds) (District IV)

 

C.19   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Public Works Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with Summit Associates, effective July 1, 2005, to extend the term expiration to December 31, 2005, for the Buchanan Field Airport Electrical Upgrades and Sign Installation Project, Pacheco area. (90% Federal Aviation Administration Funds, 5.5% Airport Enterprise Funds, and 4.5% Caltrans Funds) (District IV)

 

C.20   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Chief Engineer, Flood Control and Water Conservation District, or designee, on behalf of the Contra Costa Clean Water Program, to execute a contract with Eisenberg, Olivieri & Associates in an amount not to exceed $147,000 for technical consulting services for the period July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006, Countywide. (Cities and County Stormwater Utility Fee Assessments) (All Districts)

 

C.21   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Chief Engineer, Flood Control and Water Conservation District, or designee, to pay $40,000 to Save Mount Diablo, a land preservation organization, as a requirement of the Regional Water Quality Control Board’s Water Quality Certification, for the Drainage Area (DA) 10 Line-A Improvement Project, Danville area. (DA 10 Funds) (District III)

 

C.22  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Chair, Board of Supervisors, as governing board of the Flood Control and Water Conservation District, to execute a standard Drainage Fee Collection, Right-of-Way and Maintenance Agreement with the City of Brentwood for Drainage Areas 56 and 107, effective August 9, 2005, and continuing in perpetuity, Brentwood area. (Drainage Areas 56 and 107 Fees) (Districts III and V)

 

C.23   DETERMINE that the Eradication of Arundo Donax (Giant Cane) Project in the Walnut Creek Watershed is a California Environmental Quality Act Class 33 Categorical Exemption; and APPROVE the project, as recommended by the Chief Engineer, Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Lafayette , Walnut Creek , Concord , and Pleasant Hill areas. (75% Grant Funds & 25% Zone 3B Funds) (Districts II, III & IV)

 

Statutory Actions

 

C.24    APPROVE minutes, as on file with Clerk of the Board, for the month of September 2005.

 

Claims, Collections & Litigation

 

C.25    DENY claims of Luella Case; Michele McPherson; Victor Gonzales, Gyesenia Huerta, Angie Gonzales, for a minor by her Guardian ad litem Victor Gonzales, Diane Gonzales, a minor by his Guardian ad litem, Victor Gonzales-claimants. (All Districts)

 

Honors & Proclamations

 

C.26   ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/639 proclaiming October 23–29 as “Lead Poisoning Prevention Week” in Contra Costa County . (All Districts)

 

C.27   ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/641 declaring October 16, 2005 as “Arts and Culture Recognition Day “ in Contra Costa County . (All Districts)

 

C.28    ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/662 declaring October 21, 2005 as “Rain Man Day” in Contra Costa County . (All Districts)

 

Appointments & Resignations

 

C.29  ACCEPT resignation of William Ridle from the Rodeo Member seat on the Western Contra Costa Transit Authority Board of Directors and DIRECT the Clerk of the Board to post the vacancy, as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (District II)

 

C.30  RE-APPOINT Connie Batchelder and Josephine Orozco to the County Service Area R-10 Citizens Advisory Committee, as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (District II)

 

C.31  RE-APPOINT Jon Wolthuis and Kent Peterson to the County Service Area P-1 Citizens Advisory Committee , as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (District II)

 

C.32  RE-APPOINT Fred Maria to the Appointee 5 seat on the Crockett-Carquinez Fire Protection District’s Fire Advisory Commission, as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (District II)

 

C.33  ACCEPT the resignation of Larry Kamp from the District II-A seat on the Alcohol and Other Drugs Advisory Board, as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (District II)

 

C.34  RE-APPOINT Alice Strain to the San Pablo Member seat on the Western Contra Costa County Transit Authority Board of Directors, as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (District II)

 

C.35  ACCEPT the resignation of Kimberly Rippberger from the Appointee 8 seat on the Rodeo Municipal Advisory Council, as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (District II)

 

C.36  ACCEPT the resignation of Kelly T. Jackson from the Appointee 3 seat on the County Service Area R-10 Citizens Advisory Committee and DIRECT the Clerk of the Board to post the vacancy, as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (District II)

 

C.37  APPOINT, in lieu of election, John R. Jackson, Don Wagenet, and George Freitas as Trustees to Reclamation District No. 2024, Orwood Tract, as recommended by the District. (District III)

 

C.38  RE-APPOINT Troy G. Grove to seat # 12 on the Human Relations Commission, as recommended by the Internal Operations Committee. (Supervisor Uilkema) (All Districts)

 

C.39  APPOINT Tom Aswad to the At Large #1 seat on the Alcohol and Other Drugs Advisory Board, as recommended by the Internal Operations Committee. (All Districts)

 

Appropriation Adjustments - 2005/2006 FY

 

C.40     Fleet Operations (0063): APPROVE Appropriations Adjustment No. 5007 authorizing new revenue in the amount of $23,050 from accumulated depreciation and indemnifying proceeds, and appropriating it to purchase a replacement vehicle for the Health Services Department. (All Districts)

 

Appropriation Adjustments - 2005/2006 FY - Continued

 

C.41     Fleet Operations (0063): APPROVE Appropriations Adjustment No. 5005 authorizing new revenue in the amount of $725 from the Superior Court and appropriating it to purchase additional equipment for a replacement vehicle. (All Districts)

 

C.42     Building Inspection (0341): APPROVE Appropriations Adjustment No. 5009 authorizing new revenue in the amount of $4,000 from estimated salvage and appropriating it to purchase three replacement vehicles for the Building Inspection Department. (All Districts)

 

C.43     Fleet Operations (0063): APPROVE Appropriations Adjustment No. 5006 authorizing new revenue in the amount of $16,685 from accumulated depreciation and estimated salvage and appropriating it to purchase a replacement vehicle for the Probation Department. (All Districts)

 

C.44     Fleet Operations (0063): APPROVE Appropriations Adjustment No. 5008 authorizing new revenue in the amount of $12,439 from accumulated depreciation and estimated salvage, and appropriating it to purchase a replacement a vehicle for the office of the Sheriff-Coroner. (All Districts)

 

Personnel Actions

 

C.45   ADOPT Position Adjustment Resolution No. 19960 to add one part time (20/40) Clerk- Experienced Level position and increase the hours of one part time (20/40) Librarian position to part time (32/40) in the County Library. (Budgeted, City of San Ramon and Developers) (District III)

 

C.46   ADOPT Position Adjustment Resolution No. 19906 to add one Information Systems Technician I position and cancel one Information Systems Specialist III position in the Community Services Department. (Cost savings) (All Districts)

 

C.47   ADOPT Position Adjustment Resolution No. 19917 to add one Network Administrator I position and cancel one Material Manager position in the Health Services Department. (Cost neutral) (All Districts)

 

C.48   ADOPT Position Adjustment Resolution No. 19958 to add one part time (32/40) Certified Nursing Assistant position and cancel one part time (24/40) Licensed Vocational Nurse position in the Health Services Department. (Cost savings; 100% federal funds) (All Districts)

 

C.49   ADOPT Position Adjustment Resolution No. 19916 to add one Information Systems Specialist II position and cancel one Health Services Systems Specialist position in the Health Services Department. (Cost savings) (All Districts)

 

Grants & Contracts

 

APPROVE and AUTHORIZE execution of agreements between the County and the following agencies for receipt of funds and/or services:

 

C.50   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Employment and Human Services Director, or designee, on behalf of the Workforce Development Board and in regional partnership with Alameda County, the City of Oakland, and the City of Richmond, to apply for and accept funding from the State of California Employment Development Department in an amount not to exceed $800,000 for healthcare employment upgrade training for a two-year period upon grant award. (No County match) (All Districts)

 

C.51   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with the State Department of Health Services to provide the County third-year funding in the amount of $854,242 for bioterrorism preparedness activities for hospitals, clinics, and emergency medical services for the period September 1, 2004 through August 31, 2005. (100% Federal pass-through funds; No County match; Budgeted) (All Districts)

 

C.52   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a novation contract with the City of San Ramon to pay the County an amount not to exceed $11,000 to continue to provide congregate meal services for the Senior Nutrition Program for the period July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006, including an automatic extension through September 30, 2006 in an amount not to exceed $2,750. (No County match) (District III)

 

APPROVE and AUTHORIZE execution of agreements between the County and the following parties as noted for the purchase of equipment and/or services:

 

C.53   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Sheriff-Coroner, or designee, to execute a contract with John A. Montagh in an amount not to exceed $52,000 for rangemaster/armorer instructor services for the period October 1, 2005 through June 30, 2005.

 

C.54   AWARD, and AUTHORIZE the General Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract in the amount of not less than $50,000 nor more than $2,000,000 with K.O.O. Construction, Inc., and a contract in the amount of not less than $50,000 nor more than $1,000,000 with Vila Construction Company, the lowest responsive and responsible bidders, for Job Order Contracts for one-year terms commencing with the initiation of projects by the County. (JOC contracts are charged to various funded projects.) (All Districts)

 

 

C.55   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Employment and Human Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with San Francisco State University, Bay Area Academy in an amount not to exceed $99,999 to provide Youth Offering Unique Tangible Help (YOUTH) training services to child welfare workers working with youth transitioning out of foster care for the period November 1, 2005 through October 31, 2006, including a mutual indemnification and hold harmless agreement for any claims arising out of the

           performance of this contract. (Budgeted, 100% Stuart Foundation) (All Districts)

C.56   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Employment and Human Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with Rita Cameron Wedding to increase the payment limit by $7,950 to a new payment limit of $30,950 and to extend the term from December 3, 2005 to March 31, 2006 to continue to provide curriculum development, training, and consulting services to the Children and Family Services Bureau. (Budgeted, 100% State Child Welfare Redesign) (All Districts)

 

C.57     APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Employment and Human Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with Matthew Welch in an amount not to exceed $49,500 to provide systems analysis and application development services for the period November 1, 2005 through April 30, 2006. (Budgeted, 40% Federal, 40% State, 20% County) (All Districts)

 

C.58   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with FCG CSI, Inc. (dba First Consulting Group), in an amount not to exceed $50,000 to provide professional on-call technical support services for the Information Systems eGate systems interface for the period September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2007. (Budgeted, Enterprise I: 12.3% County, 87.7%

            Patient/Third Party Revenues) (All Districts)

C.59   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with Kimberly Mayer, effective October 1, 2005, to increase the payment limit by $11,180 to a new payment limit of $113,900 to expand the scope of services to include strategic planning, staff training, and assuring compliance with State Department of Mental Health with regard to the Mental Health Services Act, with no change in the term of January 1 through December 31, 2005. (Budgeted,

           100% Mental Health Services Act Proposition 63) (All Districts)

C.60   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Department to issue a 30-day advance written notice to La Cheim School, Inc., to terminate the contract for school-based intensive day treatment and mental health services, effective at the close of business November 11, 2005. (Budgeted, 50% Federal Medi-Cal,

           50% State Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Program) (All Districts)

C.61   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with Fred Finch Children’s Home, Inc. (dba Fred Finch Youth Center), in an amount not to exceed $40,000 to continue to provide therapeutic behavioral services to eligible youth under 21 years of age for the period July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006, including an automatic extension through December 31, 2006 in an amount not to exceed $20,000. (Budgeted, 50% Federal Medi-Cal, 45% State Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Program, 5% Mental Health Realignment) (All Districts)

 

C.62   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with Aspen Solutions, Inc. (dba Aspen Ranch), in an amount not to exceed $36,480 to provide intensive day treatment mental health services to mentally or emotionally disturbed children for the period April 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006, including an automatic extension through December 31, 2006 in an amount

            not to exceed $14,600 . (100% State and Federal funding) (All Districts)

C.63   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with Bay Area Psychotherapy Services, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $100,000 to provide Medi-Cal specialty mental health services for the period October 1, 2005 through June 30, 2007. (Budgeted, 49% State, 51%

           Federal Medi‑Cal) (All Districts)

C.64   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with Angelica Matamoros, effective September 1, 2005, to increase the payment limit by $5,000 to a new payment limit of $47,687 to provide additional services including Spanish/English translation services for the Bay Point Promotora Project at the Bay Point Family Health Center to increase access to health education for Spanish-speaking residents, with no change in the term of January 1, 2004 through October 31, 2005. (Budgeted, 100% March of Dimes/Y&H Soda Foundation/New Kid/Antioch

           Women’s Club Grants) (District V)

C.65   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with Angelica Matamoros in an amount not to exceed $31,200 to continue to provide coordination and organization of the Bay Point Promotora Project at the Bay Point Family Health Center to increase access to health education for Spanish-speaking residents for the period November 1, 2005 through October 31, 2006. (Budgeted, 100% March of Dimes/Y&H Soda Foundation/New Kid/ Antioch Women’s Club Grants) (District V)

C.66   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with Howard Young, M.D., in an amount not to exceed $432,000 to continue to provide professional radiology services at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center and Contra Costa Health Centers for the period October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2008. (Budgeted, Enterprise I: 12.3% County, 87.7%

           Patient/Third Party Revenues) (All Districts)

C.67   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with DocuStream, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $150,000 to continue to provide electronic claims processing services for the Contra Costa Health Plan for the period November 1, 2005 through October 31, 2006. (Budgeted, Enterprise II: 4.7% County, 95.3% Health Plan Member Premiums) (All Districts)

 

Other Actions

 

C.68   CONTINUE the emergency action originally taken by the Board of Supervisors on August 9, 2005, regarding the storm drain repair in Drainage Area 29G, as recommended by the Chief Engineer, Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Antioch area. (Drainage Area 29G Funds) (District V)

 

C.69   CONTINUE the emergency action originally taken by the Board on November 18, 2003 on the Juvenile Hall Addition Project, as recommended by the County Administrator . (All Districts)

 

C.70   CONTINUE the emergency action originally taken by the Board of Supervisors on November 16, 1999 regarding the issue of homelessness in Contra Costa County , as recommended by the Health Services Director. (All Districts)

 

C.71   CONTINUE the emergency action originally taken by the Board of Supervisors on December 14, 1999 based on the increasing/epidemic number of AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)/HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and Hepatitis C cases among injection drug users in Contra Costa County , as recommended by the Health Services Director. (All Districts)

 

C.72    ACCEPT report from the Treasurer-Tax Collector on County investments as of June 30, 2005, as recommended by the Treasurer-Tax Collector. (All Districts)

 

C.73    ADOPT Resolution No. 2005/660 conditionally providing for the issuance of revenue bonds in the amount of $13 million to finance the The Gateway Apartments in the City of Pittsburg , as recommended by the Community Development Director. (No impact to the General Fund) (District V)

 

C.74    APPROVE amendments to the Conflict of Interest Code of the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District, as recommended by County Counsel . (All Districts)

 

C.75   ACCEPT monthly update on the operations of the Community Services Department, as recommended by the County Administrator . (All Districts)

 

C.76   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Employment and Human Services Director, or designee, to accept and adopt the Three-Year Integrated Plan for implementation of the Child Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Treatment program, the Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention program, and the Promoting Safe and Stable Families program in Contra Costa County; and to submit the Three-Year Integrated Plan for fiscal years 2005/06 through 2007/08 to the State of California Department of Social Services, Office of Child Abuse Prevention. (All Districts)

 

C.77   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a hold harmless agreement to indemnify Walnut Creek United Methodist Church for use of its facility located at 1543 Sunnyvale Avenue, Walnut Creek , to conduct an Adolescent Health Alliance workshop on Tuesday, October 11, 2005. (All Districts)

 

C.78   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a hold harmless agreement to indemnify Mt. Diablo Unified School District for use of its facility located at 1936 Carlotta Drive, Concord, and all associated school facilities to conduct after-school programs and meetings for adolescent youth who are active in community service projects for the period October 2005 through June

           2006. (Districts II, IV and V)

C.79   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a hold harmless agreement to indemnify West Contra Costa Unified School District for use of its facility located at 1108 Bisso Avenue, Richmond and all associated school facilities to conduct after-school programs and meetings for adolescent youth who are active in community service projects for the period October 2005

            through June 2006. (Districts I and II)

C.80   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a hold harmless agreement to indemnify Pittsburg Unified School District for use of its facility located at 2000 Railroad Avenue, Pittsburg and all associated school facilities to conduct after-school programs and meetings for adolescent youth who are active in community service projects for the period October 2005 through June 2006. (District V)

 

C.81   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a hold harmless agreement to indemnify the City of Brentwood (Parks and Recreation Department) for use of its community center located at 730 Third Street , Brentwood, on November 1, 2005 for the County to administer flu vaccines to the public. (District III)

 

C.82   APPROVE new definitions for the One-Stop Mandated Partner and Education seats on the Workforce Development Board and take related actions as recommended by the Internal Operations Committee. (All Districts)

 

C.83   REDUCE the number of At Large seats on the Arts and Culture Commission from four to two, bringing the total membership from nine to seven, as recommended by the Internal Operations Committee. (All Districts)

 

C.84   DIRECT the County Administrator’s Office to conduct a review of all County Advisory bodies to determine which bodies maintain residency requirements for District seats and which do not, and to report the results back to the Board of Supervisors for further actions, as recommended by Supervisor Piepho. (All Districts)

 

Redevelopment Agency

 

C.85   APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Redevelopment Director to execute the Purchase and Sale Agreement between Contra Costa County Redevelopment Agency and Christina M. Smith and Kenneth P. Johnson, and AUTHORIZE payment in the amount of $399,000 for property rights for Assessor’s Parcel No. 094-015-010 in connection with the Orbisonia Heights Redevelopment Project, Bay Point area. (District V)

 

Correspondence

 

C.86    ACKNOWLEDGE receipt of request of the City of Pittsburg that Contra Costa County local government agencies participate in a regional donation to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort, as recommended by Supervisor Uilkema. (All Districts)

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

 

The Board meets in all its capacities pursuant to Ordinance Code Section 24-2.402, including as the Housing Authority and the Redevelopment Agency. Persons who wish to address the Board should complete the form provided for that purpose and furnish a copy of any written statement to the Clerk.

 

All matters listed under CONSENT ITEMS are considered by the Board to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless requested by a member of the Board or a member of the public prior to the time the Board votes on the motion to adopt.

 

Persons who wish to speak on matters set for PUBLIC HEARINGS will be heard when the Chair calls for comments from those persons who are in support thereof or in opposition thereto. After persons have spoken, the hearing is closed and the matter is subject to discussion and action by the Board.

 

Comments on matters listed on the agenda or otherwise within the purview of the Board of Supervisors can be submitted to the office of the Clerk of the Board via mail: Board of Supervisors, 651 Pine Street Room 106, Martinez, CA 94553; by fax: 925-335-1913; or via the County’s web page: http://www.co.contra-costa.ca.us , by clicking “Submit Public Comment” (the last bullet point in the left column under the title “Board of Supervisors.”)  

 

Requests for reconsideration of a land use (planning) decision must be submitted in writing to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within 10 days of the Board's decision, and must identify the new information that was not before the Board of Supervisors when the decision was made.

 

The County will provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities planning to attend Board meetings who contact the Clerk of the Board at least 24 hours before the meeting, at (925) 335-1900; TDD (925) 335-1915. An assistive listening device is available from the Clerk, Room 106.

 

Copies of taped recordings of all or portions of a Board meeting may be purchased from the Clerk of the Board. Please telephone the Office of the Clerk of the Board, (925) 335-1900, to make the necessary arrangements.

 

Forms are available to anyone desiring to submit an inspirational thought nomination for inclusion on the Board Agenda. Forms may be obtained at the Office of the County Administrator or Office of the Clerk of the Board, 651 Pine Street , Martinez , California .

 

Applications for personal subscriptions to the weekly Board Agenda may be obtained by calling the Office of the Clerk of the Board, (925) 335-1900. The weekly agenda may also be viewed on the County’s Internet Web Page: www.co.contra-costa.ca.us.

 

The Closed Session agenda is available each week upon request from the Office of the Clerk of the Board, 651 Pine Street , Room 106, Martinez , California , and may also be viewed on the County’s Web Page.

 

The Family and Human Services Committee (Supervisors Federal D. Glover and Mark DeSaulnier) - meets on the first and third Mondays of the month at 10:30 a.m. in Room 101, County Administration Building, 651 Pine Street, Martinez .

 

The Finance Committee (Supervisors John Gioia and Mary N. Piepho) - meets on the first Thursday of the month at 10:00 a.m. in Room 101, County Administration Building, 651 Pine Street, Martinez .

 

The Internal Operations Committee (Supervisors Gayle B. Uilkema and Mark DeSaulnier) - meets on the first and third Mondays of the month at 9:00 a.m. in Room 105, County Administration Building, 651 Pine Street, Martinez .

 

The Transportation, Water & Infrastructure Committee (Supervisors Mary N. Piepho and Federal D. Glover) - meets on the second Monday of the month at 10:00 a.m. in Room 101, County Administration Building, 651 Pine Street, Martinez .

                                         

Family and Human Services Committee

10/17/2005

10:30 a.m.

See above

Internal Operations

10/17/2005

9:00 a.m.

See above

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PERSONS WHO WISH TO ADDRESS THE BOARD MAY BE LIMITED TO THREE (3) MINUTES.

 

AGENDA DEADLINE: Thursday, 12 noon, 12 days before the Tuesday Board meetings.

 

 

Glossary of Acronyms, Abbreviations, and other Terms (in alphabetical order):

Contra Costa County has a policy of making limited use of acronyms, abbreviations, and industry-specific language in its Board of Supervisors meetings and written materials. Following is a list of commonly used language that may appear in oral presentations and written materials associated with Board meetings:

 

 

 

AB                   Assembly Bill

ABAG              Association of Bay Area Governments

ACA                 Assembly Constitutional Amendment

ADA               Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

AICP                 American Institute of Certified Planners

AIDS                 Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

ALUC              Airport Land Use Commission

AOD                 Alcohol and Other Drugs

APN                 Assessor’s Parcel Number

BAAQMD      Bay Area Air Quality Management District

BART              Bay Area Rapid Transit District

BGO                 Better Government Ordinance

BOS                 Board of Supervisors

CALTRANS   California Department of Transportation

CalWIN           California Works Information Network

CalWORKS   California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids

CAER              Community Awareness Emergency Response Group, Inc.

CAO                 County Administrative Officer or Office

CCHP             Contra Costa Health Plan

CCTA              Contra Costa Transportation Authority

CDBG             Community Development Block Grant

CEQA              California Environmental Quality Act

CIO                  Chief Information Officer

COLA              Cost of living adjustment

CPA                 Certified Public Accountant

CPI                  Consumer Price Index

CSA                 County Service Area

CSAC              California State Association of Counties

CTC                 California Transportation Commission

dba                  doing business as

EBMUD         East Bay Municipal Utility District

EIR                  Environmental Impact Report

EIS                   Environmental Impact Statement

EMCC             Emergency Medical Care Committee

EMS               Emergency Medical Services

EPSDT            State Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Program

et al.                 et alii (and others)

etc.                  et cetera (and so forth)

FAA                 Federal Aviation Administration

FEMA              Federal Emergency Management Agency

First Five       First Five Children and Families Commission (Proposition 10)

FTE                  Full Time Equivalent                   

FY                    Fiscal Year

GHAD             Geologic Hazard Abatement District

GIS                  Geographic Information System

HCD                 (State Dept of) Housing & Community Development

HIPAA             Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

HIV                  Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome

HOV                 High Occupancy Vehicle

HR                   Human Resources

HUD                 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development

Inc.                  Incorporated

JPA                 Joint (exercise of) Powers Authority or Agreement

Lamorinda     Lafayette-Moraga-Orinda Area

LAFCo            Local Agency Formation Commission

LLC                 Limited Liability Company

LLP                  Limited Liability Partnership

LVN                 Licensed Vocational Nurse

MAC                 Municipal Advisory Council

M.D.                 Medical Doctor

M.F.T.              Marriage and Family Therapist

Mt.                   Mount

MIS                  Management Information System

MOE                 Maintenance of Effort

MOU                 Memorandum of Understanding

MTC                 Metropolitan Transportation Commission

NACo              National Association of Counties

OB-GYN         Obstetrics and Gynecology

O.D.                 Doctor of Optometry

OES                 Office of Emergency Services

OES-EOC       Office of Emergency Services-Emergency Operations Center

OSHA              Occupational Safety and Health Administration

PC                   Professional Corporation

Psy.D.             Doctor of Psychology

RDA                Redevelopment Agency

RFI                  Request For Information

RFP                 Request For Proposal

RFQ                 Request For Qualifications

RN                   Registered Nurse

SB                   Senate Bill

SBE                 Small Business Enterprise

SWAT             Southwest Area Transportation Committee

TRANSPAC  Transportation Partnership & Coop (Central)

TRANSPLAN    Transportation Planning Committee ( East County )

TRE or TTE          Trustee

TWIC               Transportation, Water and Infrastructure Committee

VA                    Department of Veterans Affairs

vs.                   versus (against)

WAN                Wide Area Network

WCCTAC      West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee

 

 

 

 

Supplemental Calendar of Closed Session Items

 

For The Board of Supervisors of Contra Costa County

and for Special Districts, Agencies and Authorities Governed by the Board

 

Tuesday, October 11, 2005, 9:00 a.m. and thereafter

 

Board Chambers Room 107 and Room 101

Administration Building ,

651 Pine Street , Martinez , California

 

 

 

A.               CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS

 

1.   Agency Negotiators : April Madison-Ramsey and Keith Fleming.

 

Employee Organizations : Contra Costa County Employees’ Assn., Local No. 1; Am. Fed., State, County, & Mun. Empl., Locals 512 and 2700; Calif. Nurses Assn.; Service Empl. Int’l Union, Local 535; District Attorney’s Investigators Assn.; Deputy Sheriffs Assn.; United Prof. Firefighters, Local 1230; Physicians’ & Dentists’ Org. of Contra Costa; Western Council of Engineers; United Chief Officers Assn.; Service Empl. Int’l Union Health Care Workers, Local No. 250, and East County Firefighters’ Assn.

 

2.   Agency Negotiators : Lori Gentles and John Sweeten.

 

Unrepresented Employees : All unrepresented agency management employees (Resolution No. 2004/196, including its Exhibits), unrepresented nursing classification employees, and all other unrepresented agency employees.

 

B.               CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL--ANTICIPATED LITIGATION : Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Gov. Code, § 54956.9(b): Two cases.

 

C.              CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL--ANTICIPATED LITIGATION : Initiation of litigation pursuant to Gov. Code, § 54956.9(c): One case.