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  • 1. STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REGULAR MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2006, 9:00 AM Board of Supervisors North Chamber 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 310, San Diego, California MORNING SESSION – Meeting was called to order at 9:05 a.m. Present: Supervisors Bill Horn, Chairman; Ron Roberts, Vice-Chairman; Greg Cox; Dianne Jacob; Pam Slater-Price; also Thomas J. Pastuszka, Clerk. Invocation was led by Pastor Tom Fry of First Church of the Nazarene. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Second Chance Executive Director, Scott Silverman; and three members of STRIVE Class 102. Approval of Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for Meetings of December 5, 2006; and Redevelopment Agency of December 5, 2006. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of Supervisors approved the Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for the Meetings of December 5, 2006; and Redevelopment Agency of December 5, 2006. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn A. Time Certain: Time Item Subject 10:00 A.M. 14. CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: TO CONSIDER RESPONSES TO REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO DEVELOP THE COUNTY OPERATIONS CENTER AND ANNEX (CARRYOVER ITEM FROM 11/14/06, AGENDA NO. 11) 11:00 A.M. 13. HEALTHCARE SAFETY NET ACTION PLAN 12/12/06 1
  • 2. Public Safety 1. FISCAL YEAR 2006-07 CITIZEN’S OPTION FOR PUBLIC SAFETY (COPS) PROGRAM (4 VOTES) 2. PROBATION DEPARTMENT – ENHANCED DISPROPORTIONATE MINORITY CONTACT (DMC) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT GRANT (DISTRICT: ALL) [FUNDING SOURCE(S): CORRECTIONS STANDARDS AUTHORITY] (4 VOTES) 3. SHERIFF DEPARTMENT’S HIGH INTENSITY DRUG TRAFFICKING AREA (HIDTA) PROGRAM (4 VOTES) 4. SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR SOLE SOURCE PROCUREMENT OF HELICOPTER PILOT TRAINING 5. COUNTY AGREEMENT WITH INDIAN HEALTH COUNCIL, CENTER FOR COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS, AND THE WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER [FUNDING SOURCE(S): FISCAL YEAR 2005 GRANTS] Health & Human 6. SERVICE PROCUREMENTS FOR OLDER ADULTS Services AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES [FUNDING SOURCE(S): CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF AGING] 7. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORIZATION FOR COMPETITIVE SOLICITATIONS AND EXTENSIONS OF CONTRACTS [FUNDING SOURCE(S): MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT, EARLY AND PERIODIC SCREENING, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT (EPSDT), SHORT-DOYLE MEDI-CAL FEDERAL FINANCIAL PARTICIPATION, CALWORKS, STATE GRANTS, MENTAL HEALTH REALIGNMENT, MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES, TOBACCO SETTLEMENT, AND INPATIENT FEDERAL FINANCIAL PARTICIPATION] 12/12/06 2
  • 3. 8. CALIFORNIA HEALTHCARE FOR INDIGENTS PROGRAM AND EXPENDITURE PLAN FOR FISCAL YEAR 2006-07 [FUNDING SOURCE(S): CALIFORNIA HEALTHCARE FOR INDIGENTS PROGRAM] 9. FISCAL YEAR 2006-07 BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE A.B. AND JESSIE POLINSKY CHILDREN'S CENTER 10. APPOINTMENTS TO COMMUNITY ACTION BOARD 11. SAN DIEGO HIV HEALTH SERVICES PLANNING COUNCIL RESOLUTION AND MEMBER APPOINTMENTS 12. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH CARE COVERAGE INITIATIVE – REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS 13. HEALTHCARE SAFETY NET ACTION PLAN (Time Certain: 11:00 a.m.) Community Services 14. CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: TO CONSIDER RESPONSES TO REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO DEVELOP THE COUNTY OPERATIONS CENTER AND ANNEX (CARRYOVER ITEM FROM 11/14/06, AGENDA NO. 11) (Time Certain: 10:00 a.m.) 15. DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASING AND CONTRACTING REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENT FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES Financial & General 16. ISSUANCE OF A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR Government AN INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVISOR [FUNDING SOURCE(S): GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE] 17. AMENDMENT TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE 12/12/06 3
  • 4. 18. FISCAL YEAR 2006-07 FIRST QUARTER OPERATIONAL PLAN STATUS REPORT AND BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS [FUNDING SOURCE(S): GENERAL FUND FISCAL YEAR 2005-06 FUND BALANCE, PROPOSITION 172 FUND BALANCE, PROPOSITION 40 GRANT FUNDS FOR SELECT CAPITAL PROJECTS, UNANTICIPATED REVENUE FROM TRANSNET, LIBRARY FUND BALANCE, ROAD FUND BALANCE, PUBLIC WORKS LIQUID WASTE EQUIPMENT ACQUISITION ISF FUND BALANCE, AND MISCELLANEOUS OTHER SOURCES] (4 VOTES) Communications 19. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED Received Financial & General 20. NOMINATIONS TO THE CALIFORNIA COASTAL Government COMMISSION 21. LOCAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS GRANTS (DISTRICT: 3) 22. ALLOCATION OF COMMUNITY PROJECTS FUNDS (DISTRICT: 5) 23. ALLOCATION OF COMMUNITY PROJECTS FUNDS (DISTRICT: 4) Appointments 24. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: APPOINTMENTS Public Safety 25. SHERIFF’S APPOINTMENT TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY Finance and General 26. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: Government SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE: AMENDMENT TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE AMENDING COMPENSATION FOR THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY, SHERIFF, AND THE TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR 12/12/06 4
  • 5. Public Safety 27. COUNTY AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FOR RELOCATION OF CALIFORNIA LAW ENFORCEMENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (CLETS) Closed Session 28. CLOSED SESSION Presentations/Awards 29. PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS Public Communication 30. PUBLIC COMMUNICATION 12/12/06 5
  • 6. 1. SUBJECT: FISCAL YEAR 2006-07 CITIZEN’S OPTION FOR PUBLIC SAFETY (COPS) PROGRAM (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: The Fiscal Year 2006-07 Citizen’s Option for Public Safety (COPS) Program provides $2,928,628 of State general funds to the County of San Diego for the purposes of expanding front line law enforcement services, enhancing criminal prosecution, and augmenting Sheriff detention services. The County’s allocation is to be distributed as follows: $906,138 for the Sheriff’s law enforcement services; $1,011,245 for the Sheriff’s detention services; and $1,011,245 for the District Attorney’s criminal prosecution services. In accordance with the COPS Program funding requirements, the Board of Supervisors is requested to receive and allocate the Fiscal Year 2006-07 funds to the Sheriff and District Attorney in accordance with spending priorities established by those departments. FISCAL IMPACT: District Attorney: This request will accept $1,011,245 in Citizen’s Option for Public Safety Program funding. A total of $853,786 is included in the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Adopted Operational Plan. The remaining allocation of $157,459 is not budgeted. If approved, this request will result in current year costs and revenue of $1,011,245 and will not require the addition of any staff years. No matching funds are required. Sheriff: This request will accept $1,917,383 in Citizen’s Option for Public Safety Program funding. A total of $1,549,810 is included in the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Operational Plan. The remaining allocation of $367,573 is not budgeted. If approved, this request will result in current year costs and revenue of $1,917,383 and will not require the addition of any staff years. No matching funds are required. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Accept State funds in the amount of $2,928,628 from the Citizen’s Option for Public Safety Program. 2. Allocate $1,011,245 of these funds to the District Attorney’s Office for Salaries and Benefits. 3. Establish appropriations of $157,459 in the District Attorney’s Office for Salaries and Benefits based on unanticipated revenue from the 2006-07 Citizen’s Option for Public Safety Program. (4 VOTES) 4. Allocate $1,917,383 to the Sheriff’s Department as follows: $906,138 for law enforcement and $1,011,245 for detention services. 12/12/06 1
  • 7. 5. Establish appropriations of $367,573 in the Sheriff’s Department for Salaries and Benefits based on unanticipated revenue from the 2006-07 Citizen’s Option for Public Safety Program. (4 VOTES) 6. Waive Board Policy A-91, Mid-Year Budget Changes. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 2. SUBJECT: PROBATION DEPARTMENT – ENHANCED DISPROPORTIONATE MINORITY CONTACT (DMC) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT GRANT (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: On September 26, 2006 (3) your Board authorized the Probation Department to apply for up to $150,000 of Corrections Standards Authority (CSA) funds for the Enhanced Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Technical Assistance Project Grant. The Corrections Standards Authority (CSA) made funding available for California Probation Departments in an effort to assist probation departments in establishing or strengthening the foundation for a Disproportionate Minority Contact reduction effort. This is a three- phase year-to-year grant project where year one is competitive and the following years are open for application only. Phase 1 grant funds are earmarked for contracting with an expert consultant to conduct probation staff training sessions on DMC and assist with data analysis. On November 15, 2006, CSA notified the Probation Department that the application was approved. This is a request to accept CSA funds in the amount of $120,972 for the period January 1, 2007 to December 31, 2007 for the DMC Technical Assistance Project. The CSA grant funds will be used to conduct training sessions; produce a computer query capable of monitoring existing data at key stages regarding DMC issues; create a manual to allow designated staff members the ability to run the query; and to assist with data analysis pertaining to DMC. If approved, the Probation Department will receive a grant for $120,972 for year one to continue to improve the on-going DMC efforts starting January 1, 2007 and completing December 31, 2007. FISCAL IMPACT: Appropriations of $8,936 for an existing analyst position that will administer the grant are included in the FY 2006-07 Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in a cost of $60,486, which will be offset by unanticipated revenue of $60,486 for Fiscal Year 2006-07. The funding source is the Corrections Standards Authority. In addition, in FY 2007-08 (July – December) there will be costs of $60,486, which will be offset by unanticipated revenue of $60,486. This action will not require the addition of staff years. 12/12/06 2
  • 8. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Waive Board Policy A-91, Mid-Year Budget Changes. 2. Accept $120,972 in grant funds from the Corrections Standards Authority (CSA) for the period January 1, 2007 to December 31, 2007 for the DMC Technical Assistance Project. 3. Establish appropriations of $51,550 in the Probation Department for services & supplies, based on revenue from the Corrections Standards Authority (CSA). (4 VOTES) 4. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract for the Enhanced Disproportionate Minority Contact Technical Assistance Program grant for one year and two year option periods through December 31, 2009, and an additional six months if needed, and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Chief Probation Officer. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. 5. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with The Children’s Initiative, and subject to successful negotiations and a determination of fair and reasonable price, award a contract for the Enhanced Disproportionate Minority Contact for one year and two option periods through December 31, 2009, and an additional six months if needed, and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Chief Probation Officer. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 3. SUBJECT: SHERIFF DEPARTMENT’S HIGH INTENSITY DRUG TRAFFICKING AREA (HIDTA) PROGRAM (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: On June 20, 2006 (3) your Board approved the Sheriff’s submission of an application for 2006 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) program funds to the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) and authorized the Sheriff to serve as the fiscal 12/12/06 3
  • 9. agent for the Southwest Border HIDTA (SBHIDTA) grant program. The City of San Diego previously served as the fiscal agent for SBHIDTA. The City has provided notification to SBHIDTA that they no longer wish to serve as the fiscal agent for previous years’ grants that have not been expended. This is a request to authorize the Sheriff to accept the 2004 and 2005 HIDTA grant awards of $1,859,000 on behalf of participating agencies and authorize the Sheriff to serve as the fiscal agent for these HIDTA grant funds, and any supplemental grants awarded. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds for this request in the amount of $9,000,000 are included in the Fiscal Year 2006-08 Operational Plan. An additional $1,859,000, based on supplemental High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) revenue from award years 2004 and 2005, is being appropriated by this action. If approved, this request will result in a total of $10,859,000 in cost and revenue in Fiscal Year 2006-07. RECOMMENDATION: SHERIFF 1. Waive Board Policy A-91, Mid-Year Budget Changes. 2. Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery. 3. Authorize the Sheriff to accept HIDTA grant awards for 2004 and 2005 of $1,859,000 and administer these grant funds and future grant awards and funds on behalf of participating agencies in the Sheriff’s role as the fiscal agent for the Southwest Border – CA High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) grant program. 4. Establish appropriations of $1,859,000 in the Sheriff’s Department for Reimbursement to Other Government Agencies based on supplemental High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) revenue from award years 2004 and 2005. (4 VOTES) ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 4. SUBJECT: SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR SOLE SOURCE PROCUREMENT OF HELICOPTER PILOT TRAINING (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: The Sheriff’s Aerial Support to Regional Enforcement Agencies (ASTREA) unit operates a fleet of six MD 500 helicopters. These helicopters and their crews engage in 12/12/06 4
  • 10. a wide variety of missions including aerial patrol, tactical support, and search and rescue. ASTREA also flies two Bell 205 helicopters used for firefighting and hoist rescue operations. The availability of these helicopters and trained pilots greatly increases the safety of law enforcement, fire personnel and the general public. The Sheriff has an ongoing need for initial and recurrent aircraft-specific pilot training to operate the MD 500 and Bell 205 helicopters. In order to comply with department and industry standards, all qualified Sheriff’s Aerial Support Detail pilots must receive initial and annual re-certification training in emergency flight procedures specific to the MD 500 and Bell 205 aircraft. This request is for sole source procurement of MD 500 and Bell 205 pilot training; and if approved, will provide the most efficient and effective means to meet initial and re-certification pilot training requirements. FISCAL IMPACT: The funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in current year estimated costs of $43,000, estimated annual costs of $66,000 and will require the addition of no staff years. RECOMMENDATION: SHERIFF 1. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with MD Helicopters; and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract for MD 500 helicopter pilot training for one (1) year and four (4) option years through December 31, 2011 and an additional six months if needed, and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Sheriff. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. 2. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with Bell Helicopter; and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract for Bell 205 helicopter pilot training for one (1) year and four (4) option years through December 31, 2011 and an additional six months if needed, and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Sheriff. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 12/12/06 5
  • 11. 5. SUBJECT: COUNTY AGREEMENT WITH INDIAN HEALTH COUNCIL, CENTER FOR COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS, AND THE WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: On December 13, 2005 (12), your Board authorized the acceptance of $1,117,530 from the U. S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women under the Fiscal Year 2005 Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies and Enforcement of Protection Orders Program. These funds have been used to operate the North County Family Violence Prevention Center (Center) located in San Marcos, California, under an agreement that expired June 30, 2006. The County, through the Sheriff and District Attorney, in collaboration with the Indian Health Council, Center for Community Solutions, and the Women’s Resource Center, has negotiated an agreement that would be retroactively effective to July 1, 2006 and end August 31, 2007, and would continue to use the remaining grant funds to operate the Center and provide domestic violence services to San Diego County’s Northern region. This request is to (a) authorize the Director of Purchasing and Contracting to execute the agreement between the County of San Diego, Indian Health Council, Center for Community Solutions and the Women’s Resource Center for the period beginning July 1, 2006 and ending August 31, 2007, utilizing the remaining grant funds the County was authorized to accept on December 13, 2005 (12); (b) authorize the option to extend or terminate the agreement beyond August 31, 2007 subject to available grant funds and to a time extension approved by the U. S. Department of Justice, and to amend the contract as needed to reflect changes to services and funding level; and (c) authorize the Sheriff to execute extensions or amendments that do not materially impact or alter the services or funding level. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Adopted Operational Plan with current year cost and revenue of $562,653. The funding source is the Fiscal Year 2005 Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies and Enforcement of Protection Orders Program from the U. S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women. This request will require the addition of zero staff years. RECOMMENDATION: SHERIFF 1. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with Indian Health Council, Center for Community Solutions, and the Women’s Resource Center; and, subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract for the operation of a North County Family Violence Prevention Center for the period beginning July 1, 2006 and ending August 31, 2007, and, subject to funding approval, execute any annual extensions, amendments, and/or revisions thereof to reflect changes to services and funding level for a period of five years, subject to approval of the Sheriff. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. 12/12/06 6
  • 12. 2. Authorize the Sheriff to execute any annual extensions, amendments, and/or revisions thereof that do not materially impact or alter the services or funding level. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 6. SUBJECT: SERVICE PROCUREMENTS FOR OLDER ADULTS AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: The Health and Human Services Agency’s Aging & Independence Services (AIS) division provides a variety of programs serving older adults and the disabled. These services include administration of contracts to provide support and resources for persons with Alzheimer’s disease and their families, respite to grandparents who are serving as primary caregivers for grandchildren and advocacy for residents in long-term care facilities. This item requests Board approval for the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to conduct competitive procurements and negotiate a sole source contract for the provision of these support services. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds for this request are included in the Health and Human Services Agency Fiscal Year 2006-08 Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in no current year costs, and subsequent years cost and revenue of $340,000. The funding source is the California Department of Aging. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. In accordance with Section 401 et seq. of the County Administrative Code, authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a competitive solicitation for Alzheimer’s Day Care Resource Centers, and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award contracts for one year, with an option to extend for four additional years, and up to six additional months if needed; and to amend the contracts as required for changes to funding and services subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. 2. In accordance with Section 401 et seq. of the County Administrative Code, authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a competitive solicitation for a before and after school and Summer Camp Voucher program and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract for one year, with an option to extend for four additional years, and up to six additional months if needed; and to amend the contracts as required for changes to funding and services subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. 12/12/06 7
  • 13. 3. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations with the Patient Rights Advocate Office of the University of San Diego (USD) to provide Ombudsman services for Edgemoor, a Distinct Part of San Diego County Psychiatric Hospital (SDCPH), and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a sole source contract for one year, with an option to extend for four additional years, and up to an additional six months if needed; and to amend the contract to reflect changes in funding or service requirements, subject to approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirement of A-87. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 7. SUBJECT: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORIZATION FOR COMPETITIVE SOLICITATIONS AND EXTENSIONS OF CONTRACTS (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: In a series of actions since 1999, the Board approved initiatives to redesign and implement an expanded continuum of comprehensive mental health care for children, adolescent, adults, older adult, and their families. Adult and older adult services were redesigned to incorporate rehabilitation and recovery practices through initial Board action on August 10, 1999 (9). The scope of services for children and adolescents was significantly expanded by Board action on November 9, 1999 (1), through the addition of State funding from Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT). In addition, redesigned child, adolescent and family services incorporating wraparound and recovery principles were approved by Board action on October 17, 2000 (1). Today’s recommended actions will authorize the competitive solicitation of new contracts and services and the extension of existing contracts to continue implementing and enhancing the delivery of mental health services in the County of San Diego. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds are included in the 2006-08 Health and Human Services Agency Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in annual costs and revenues of $66,793,717. The funding sources are Mental Health Services Act, Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT), Short-Doyle Medi-Cal Federal Financial Participation, CalWORKs, State Grants, Mental Health Realignment, Miscellaneous Revenues, Tobacco Settlement, and Inpatient Federal Financial Participation. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years. RECOMMENDATION: 12/12/06 8
  • 14. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. In accordance with Section 401 et seq. of the County Administrative Code authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to issue competitive solicitations for the mental health services listed below, and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award contracts for a term of one year, with four option years and up to an additional six months, if needed and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. • Mental health services for adults in the CalWORKs program • Language interpreter services for adult and children’s mental health programs • Integrated services for homeless mentally ill (AB2034) • Augmented service programs for clients in board and care facilities 2. In accordance with Section 401 et seq. of the County Administrative Code authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to issue competitive solicitations for the Children’s Mental Health services listed below, and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award contracts for a term of one year, with four option years and up to an additional six months, if needed, and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. • Developmental evaluation clinic services • Child day treatment program for the East Region • Adolescent day treatment programs for the East, South, and Central Regions • Parent-peer support services • Psychiatric inpatient payment authorization and appeals services 3. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations for residential services with the 24-hour facilities listed in Attachment II; and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, amend or negotiate new contracts with those providers listed in Attachment II for as long as the 24-hour facility programs are licensed as required by the State and in good standing with the County and the services are required; and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to service requirements and funding, subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. In addition, subject to available funding and approval by the Director, Health and Human Services Agency, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to award contracts to other 24-hour facility programs for as long as they are licensed as required by the State and in good standing with the County to meet County service requirements. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. 4. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations for 12/12/06 9
  • 15. mental health services with the out-of-state residential facilities listed in Attachment III, for mental health services provided to San Diego County AB2726 children and adolescents placed in the residential programs, and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, amend or negotiate new contracts with those providers listed in Attachment III for as long as the out-of-state programs are licensed as required through their state and in good standing with the County, and the services meet the needs of children and adolescents in the programs or the needs of the region or community; and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. In addition, subject to available funding and approval by the Director, Health and Human Services Agency, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to award contracts to other out-of-state 24-hour facility program providers for as long as they are licensed as required and in good standing with the County to meet County service requirements. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. 5. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations for school-based mental health services for children and adolescents with the school- based contractors listed on Attachment IV, and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, amend or negotiate new contracts with those providers listed in Attachment IV for a term of one year, with four option years and up to an additional six months, if needed; and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. 6. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations for mental health medication and crisis support services for the Polinsky Children’s Center with Rady Children’s Hospital and Health Center, and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract for a term of two years, with five option years and up to additional six months, if needed; and to amend the contract as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. 7. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations for 12/12/06 10
  • 16. adult outpatient biopsychosocial rehabilitation services with the Union of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC) Biopsychosocial Rehabilitation Center (formerly UPAC Counseling & Treatment Center) and Eastwind Clubhouse (formerly Eastwind Socialization Center), and for case management and support services with Mental Health Systems, Inc.’s North County Safe Haven and with Episcopal Community Services’ Uptown Safe Haven programs, and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, extend the contracts for a term of one year with four option years and up to an additional six months, if needed; and to amend the contracts and purchase orders as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. 8. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to extend contracts with Adult Protective Services, Inc. for traditional case management for older adults and with The Meeting Place, Inc.’s Warm Line for peer support services until new procurements are completed and awarded, but not to exceed one year. The current contracts expire on December 31, 2006. These extensions will allow time to re-issue competitive solicitations as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87. 9. In accordance with Section 401 et seq. of the County Administrative Code, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to issue competitive solicitations for adult and older adult mental health outpatient services in the Central Region and comprehensive acute inpatient psychiatric child and adolescent services; if through a Request for Information or Request for Statement of Qualifications process, there is more than one respondent to one or both requests, a competitive solicitation(s) will be issued for requests with multiple responders; however, if there is only one respondent to one or both requests, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations with the single respondent for services, and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award contract(s) for a term of one year, with four option years and up to an additional six months, if needed; and to amend the contracts as needed, to reflect changes in the funding or service requirement, subject to approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 12/12/06 11
  • 17. 8. SUBJECT: CALIFORNIA HEALTHCARE FOR INDIGENTS PROGRAM AND EXPENDITURE PLAN FOR FISCAL YEAR 2006-07 (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: On January 10, 2006 (5), the Board of Supervisors approved the FY 2005-06 California Healthcare for Indigents Program (CHIP) Expenditure Plan and authorized the submission of the FY 2006-07 CHIP application to the State. This program provides funding for health services to indigent patients by partially reimbursing hospitals and physicians for the uncompensated cost of health and emergency medical services. Board action is requested to submit the FY 2006-07 California Healthcare for Indigents Program Expenditure Plan, including the required standard agreements, and the FY 2007-08 funding application for the California Healthcare for Indigents Program to the State Department of Health Services. FISCAL IMPACT: Funding for this request is included in the FY 2006-08 Operational Plan for the Health and Human Services Agency. If approved, this request will result in a current year cost and revenue of $2,113,075. The funding source is the California Healthcare for Indigents Program. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Approve and authorize execution and submission by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, the Board Certification of the FY 2006-07 Description of Proposed Expenditure of California Healthcare for Indigents Program Funds, and any subsequent amendments, to the State Department of Health Services. 2. Approve and authorize execution and submission by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, upon receipt, the FY 2006-07 California Healthcare for Indigents Program and Emergency Medical Services Appropriation Program standard agreements, and any subsequent amendments, to the State Department of Health Services. 3. Approve and authorize execution and submission by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, upon receipt, the FY 2007-08 application for the California Healthcare for Indigents Program including, if required, application for the Emergency Medical Services Appropriation Program to the State Department of Health Services. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 12/12/06 12
  • 18. 9. SUBJECT: FISCAL YEAR 2006-07 BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE A.B. AND JESSIE POLINSKY CHILDREN'S CENTER (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: The A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center is the County of San Diego’s emergency shelter care facility for abused, neglected and abandoned children. On February 4, 1992(42), the Board approved an Operating Agreement between the Child Abuse Prevention Foundation (CAPF) and the County of San Diego to establish standards and set guidelines for the operations of the Polinsky Children's Center. The Third Amendment to the Operating Agreement was approved on December 13, 2005(6). The Operating Agreement requires preparation of an annual Business Plan for approval by the Board of Supervisors. The Fiscal Year 2005-06 Business Plan was approved on December 13, 2005(5). Action is now requested to approve the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Business Plan. FISCAL IMPACT: The County’s FY 2006-07 Operational Plan includes $25.2 million for operating the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center. No changes in the budget or staffing will occur as a result of the requested action. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Approve the Business Plan for the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children's Center for Fiscal Year 2006-07. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 10. SUBJECT: APPOINTMENTS TO COMMUNITY ACTION BOARD (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: The County of San Diego is the region’s designated Community Action Agency. Community Action Agencies administer and operate federally funded anti-poverty programs on the local level. The Board of Supervisors established the Community Action Board as the governing body for the Community Action program. In accordance with State law, the Community Action Board is made up of members representing three sectors of the community – the public sector, the private sector, and the low-income sector. It includes five members who represent the Board of Supervisors, seven members who represent economically disadvantaged persons throughout the County and three members who represent the private sector. 12/12/06 13
  • 19. The Community Action Board recently selected three new members to fill expired terms in the economically disadvantaged sector. Action by the Board of Supervisors is requested to confirm the appointment of members to the Community Action Board. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact as a result of this proposal. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Confirm the selection of the following candidates, as members of the Community Action Board:  Alemi Daba, Central Economically Disadvantaged Sector representative.  Nelson Leone, North Central Economically Disadvantaged Sector representative.  Keith Stevenson, Private Sector representative. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 11. SUBJECT: SAN DIEGO HIV HEALTH SERVICES PLANNING COUNCIL RESOLUTION AND MEMBER APPOINTMENTS (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: The Board of Supervisors adopted a Resolution on November 6, 1990 (47) establishing the HIV Health Services Planning Council (Planning Council), a requirement for the County of San Diego to receive federal Ryan White CARE Act (RWCA) emergency relief funds. These funds are used to provide health care and supportive services to San Diego residents living with HIV/AIDS. On July 25, 2006 (1), the Board of Supervisors reauthorized and reestablished the Planning Council. Today’s action requests adoption of amendments to the guidelines for the Planning Council meeting attendance, to take effect March 1, 2007, and change the membership seat currently designated for the HIV Prevention Community Planning Board (HPCPB) Chair to a member of the HPCPB elected by the HPCPB membership. Today’s action would also authorize appointment of members to fill vacancies on the Planning Council. FISCAL IMPACT: The proposal will result in no current year or subsequent year General Fund cost and will not require the addition of staff years. 12/12/06 14
  • 20. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Adopt the Amended Resolution entitled “A Resolution Regarding the San Diego HIV Health Services Planning Council.” 2. Make the following new appointments to the Planning Council, to complete terms scheduled to expire on December 12, 2010: Elva Bastida Sergio Rivera Denice Williams ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 06-241 entitled: A RESOLUTION REGARDING THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY HIV HEALTH SERVICES PLANNING COUNCIL. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 12. SUBJECT: CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH CARE COVERAGE INITIATIVE – REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: On November 1, 2006, the California Department of Health Services announced the availability of federal funds to expand health care coverage and issued a Request for Applications inviting counties to apply for funds necessary to develop and implement a health care coverage program. The desired outcomes of the Health Care Coverage Initiative (SB 1448) include expanding the number of Californians who have health care coverage, strengthening and building upon the local health care safety net system, improving access to high quality health care and health outcomes, and creating efficiencies in the delivery of health services that could lead to savings in health care costs. This initiative presents an excellent opportunity to address some of the findings and recommendations in the County’s Health Care Safety Net Study, received by the Board of Supervisors on September 26, 2006 (5) Board approval is requested authorizing the Health and Human Services Agency to respond to the Request for Applications for the Health Care Coverage Initiative for an amount not to exceed $20 million, and authorizing the Director, Health and Human Services Agency director to sign the application and related documents on behalf of the County of San Diego. There is no fiscal impact associated with this request. However, with today’s action, the County could potentially receive $20 million in additional revenues to strengthen the local providers that comprise San Diego’s regional health care safety net, and expand health care coverage for the most vulnerable and costly 12/12/06 15
  • 21. uninsured patients. If awarded, staff will return to the Board with final details of the grant award and for approval to accept the revenue. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact or additional staff years associated with this action. If the County’s application is approved, the County could receive up to $20 million in federal funds for three fiscal years beginning in 2007 RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Authorize the Health and Human Services Agency to submit a grant application to the State of California, Department of Health Services, Medi-Cal Operations Division for the Health Care Coverage Initiative in an amount not to exceed $20 million per year for three years beginning September 1, 2007. 2. Authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Director, or designee, on behalf of the Board of Supervisors to sign the application and all related documents for the Health Care Coverage Initiative Request for Applications process. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 13. SUBJECT: HEALTHCARE SAFETY NET ACTION PLAN (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: On September 26, 2006, as requested by Supervisors Cox and Roberts, the Board received the “San Diego County Healthcare Safety Net Study” prepared by the independent consultant The Abaris Group. The study was commissioned to understand how a growing and changing population will access services in the healthcare system, and how we can work with our partners in the healthcare community to ensure a viable safety net into the future. The report included a number of conclusions and recommendations for action to assist in strengthening the local safety net. The Board received the report, and directed the Chief Administrative Officer to seek the input of stakeholders on the report recommendations and return in 90 days with recommended actions. An extensive stakeholder process that included over 200 participants in a variety of forums, including five regional discussion forums and two countywide round table conversations was convened. All partners in the safety net came together, devoting countless hours and their expertise. Based upon these discussions, several major themes and priorities emerged. These items have become the top four priority areas, with 12/12/06 16
  • 22. specific and tangible activities that form an action plan of opportunities for addressing gaps in the local safety net. Today’s item requests that the Board approve the action plan, and direct the Director, Health and Human Services Agency to work with community partners to implement the plan and provide a status report within 120 days, including recommendations for priorities for expenditure of $5 million in one time funds available within the Agency. FISCAL IMPACT: Funding for this request is budgeted in the FY 06/07 Operational Plan. There will be no change in net General Fund and no additional staff years. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Approve the Action Plan for the Safety Net Public-Private Partnership. 2. Direct the Director, Health and Human Services Agency to work with community partners to implement the plan, and report back with a progress report in 120 days, including recommendations for priorities for expenditure of $5 million in one time funds available within the Agency. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 14. SUBJECT: CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: TO CONSIDER RESPONSES TO REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO DEVELOP THE COUNTY OPERATIONS CENTER AND ANNEX (DISTRICT: 4) (CARRYOVER ITEM FROM 11/14/06, AGENDA NO. 11) OVERVIEW: On September 20, 2005 (2), on the recommendation of Supervisor Ron Roberts, the Board of Supervisors directed and authorized the Chief Administrative Officer to develop a Request for Proposals to solicit private sector interest in the redevelopment of the County Operations Center Annex property as a business/residential/government center to include revenue-generating private development. The Board also directed that the Request for Proposals process include an option for the redevelopment of the County Operations Center. On October 25, 2005 (6), the Board authorized the issuance of the Request for Proposals that would allow the County to consider a variety of options for the development of these sites to provide facilities for existing and anticipated County operations, and to potentially provide funding for other County projects through private development of these properties. The Board set today’s hearing to consider the developer responses for the County Operations Center and Annex properties. 12/12/06 17
  • 23. A team of County executives, with support from outside real estate development experts, has reviewed the seven proposals received; considered formal presentations from those developers invited to make presentations and considered responses to follow-up questions. Today’s actions are to accept and consider the responses to the Request for Proposals, receive a staff presentation, and give further direction to staff as needed. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact as a result of these recommendations. There will be a fiscal impact of any proposed development or future maintenance of the County Operations Center and Annex that will be determined based upon the direction of the Board. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Find, in accordance with Government Code section 25515.2 (h), that the proposals have been received. 2. Receive staff presentation. 3. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to take appropriate subsequent actions. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of Supervisors closed the Hearing and took action as recommended and authorized the Chief Administrative Officer to enter into an exclusive negotiation agreement with Lowe and Fairfield teams; and directed staff to consider an option to proceed on a phased approach over a five-year period. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 15. SUBJECT: DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASING AND CONTRACTING REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENT FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: During the past five years, the County of San Diego has enjoyed the use of select Group Purchasing Alliances such as the US Communities, the Houston-Galveston Cooperative Purchasing Alliance, and the Western States Contracting Alliance. Group Purchasing Alliances are buying consortiums designed to leverage the purchasing power of its members, thus allowing members to obtain discounts on products or supplies. These alliances act cooperatively to serve their governmental agencies through a continuous effort to explore and solve present and future purchasing needs. Their goals include securing multi-state volume purchasing contracts that have benefits that are measurable, cost-effective, and that continuously exceed their agencies’ expectations. 12/12/06 18
  • 24. Today’s action requests Board approval to authorize the Director of Purchasing and Contracting to enter into a revenue sharing agreement with the National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance for office supply and any future procurements for which the Department of Purchasing and Contracting acts as the lead agency. FISCAL IMPACT: All revenues generated from this agreement will be used by the Department of Purchasing and Contracting in the reduction of its Internal Service Fund (ISF) rate charged to the departments within the County of San Diego. If approved, this request will not require additional staff years. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Approve and authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting to enter into a revenue sharing agreement with the National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance for office supply and any future procurements for which the Department acts as the lead agency. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 16. SUBJECT: ISSUANCE OF A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR AN INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVISOR (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: Due to the size and complexity of the County’s debt portfolio and capital financing program, the Chief Financial Office has a significant need to draw upon the expertise of an independent financial advisor. Today’s action requests authorization to issue a request for proposal and to enter into an agreement to retain independent financial advisory services. Independent financial advisors (FA) do not engage in underwriting or trading of municipal securities which minimizes potential conflicts of interest and promotes objectivity. The FA will provide financial advice to the County and serve solely the interests of the County. The FA will serve as a consultant to the County, performing a broad range of functions including an assessment of the County’s existing debt structure and capital financing program, and designing a total financing plan for the County. Excluding financings for capital facilities and equipment, the FA will coordinate the financing process on future debt issuances and negotiate key business points to maintain the County’s objectives as well as conduct financial studies as requested by the County. Financings for capital facilities and equipment will continue to be managed by the existing financial advisor for the San Diego County Capital Asset Leasing Corporation. 12/12/06 19
  • 25. FISCAL IMPACT: Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in an estimated $150,000 in annual cost. The funding source is General Purpose Revenue. This request will result in no additional staff years. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER In accordance with Section 401 et seq, of the County Administrative Code authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to issue a Competitive Solicitation to acquire financial advisory services for the Finance and General Government Group, and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award contracts for a term of one (1) year, with two (2) option years and up to an additional six (6) months if needed, and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Chief Financial Officer. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 17. SUBJECT: AMENDMENT TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: The proposed amendments to the San Diego County Compensation Ordinance are part of the ongoing effort to manage and maintain a skilled and competent workforce dedicated to sustaining operational excellence and serving the public. These amendments include: establishing and renaming classifications to reflect organizational changes, deleting obsolete classifications, adjusting salaries in selected classifications to be competitive to attract qualified candidates, increasing the compensation for the Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk over the next four years, and amending sections of the Compensation Ordinance. FISCAL IMPACT: Implementation of the proposed salary adjustments will result in an estimated annual cost of $305,223. Funding for these adjustments is available in the Fiscal Year 2006-08 Operational Plan. These adjustments will have no negative effect on the funding status of the San Diego County Employee Retirement System (SDCERA). 12/12/06 20
  • 26. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Approve introduction (first reading) of ordinances; read title and waive further reading of ordinances (MAJORITY VOTE): AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE AND ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE, SECTION 479, PERTAINING TO TRANSPORTATION, MEALS AND LODGING AND OTHER REIMBURSEMENT FURNISHED PERSONS DONATING SERVICES AND FINALISTS CONSIDERED FOR EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS. Submit ordinances for further Board consideration and adoption (second reading) on January 9, 2007. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinances for further consideration and adoption on January 9, 2007. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 18. SUBJECT: FISCAL YEAR 2006-07 FIRST QUARTER OPERATIONAL PLAN STATUS REPORT AND BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: This report summarizes the status of the County’s FY 2006-07 Operational Plan, as measured by projected year-end fund balance. The projected fund balance from current year operations for the General Fund is $106.1 million and for all budgetary funds combined is $126.8 million. This letter also recommends budget adjustments to fund various one-time projects from current budgetary savings, fund balance or unanticipated revenues. Among these adjustments are recommendations to appropriate funds to carry out capital and major maintenance projects, make Regional Communication System enhancements, purchase equipment to support health and safety needs and equipment for the Regional Law Enforcement Training Center, reimburse departments for Quality First payments made to employees, and establish management reserves. In addition, the Board is asked to ratify budget adjustments made by staff during Fiscal Year 2005-06 year-end closing to various general fund, county service area (CSA), private road development (PRD), redevelopment agency, airport enterprise, penalty assessment, and internal service funds. Also recommended is a net increase in the fund balance designation for the Department of Environmental Health. The board letter also recommends establishing 9 permanent positions to provide library services at the 4S Ranch Library, the transfer of a 12/12/06 21
  • 27. project manager position from the Department of Parks and Recreation to the Department of Public Works to assist with grant-funded capital development projects and the transfer of an ERP systems analyst from the Finance and General Government Group Executive Office to the Auditor and Controller to perform Oracle sustaining functions. FISCAL IMPACT: The funds for a portion of these requests are not budgeted. If approved, these actions will cancel budgeted appropriations and the related sources of funding in the amount of $594,398 and will establish additional appropriations of $62,797,145, resulting in a net increase in appropriations of $62,202,747. Funding sources include General Fund Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance, Proposition 172 fund balance, Proposition 40 grant funds for select Capital Projects, unanticipated revenue from TransNet, Library fund balance, Road Fund fund balance, Public Works Liquid Waste Equipment Acquisition ISF fund balance, and miscellaneous other sources. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Accept the FY 2006-07 first quarter report on projected year-end results. 2. Waive Board Policy A-91, Mid-Year Budget Changes. 3. Establish appropriations of $1,000,000 in the Sheriff’s Department, services and supplies, for roof and floor refurbishments at the Las Colinas Detention Facility based on Public Safety Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. 4. Establish appropriations of $1,000,000 in the Sheriff’s Department, services and supplies, for the Regional Communication System enhancements based on Public Safety Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 5. Establish appropriations of $320,000 in the Sheriff’s Department, services and supplies, for repairs at the George Bailey Detention Facility based on Public Safety Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 6. Establish appropriations of $69,899 in the Sheriff’s Department, services and supplies, for the North County Gang Task Force based on Public Safety Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 7. Establish appropriations of $243,500 in the Sheriff’s Department, services and supplies, for licenses, software, training and equipment for the Civil Automation System based on unanticipated revenue from the Sheriff’s Civil Automation Trust Fund. (4 VOTES) 8. Establish appropriations of $77,957 in the Public Safety Group Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund, Operating Transfer Out, for transfer to the Health and Human Services Agency on behalf of the Sheriff’s Department, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 12/12/06 22
  • 28. 9. Establish appropriations of $77,957 in the Health and Human Services Agency, Alcohol and Drug Services, services and supplies, to partially fund the Inebriate Center contract based on an operating transfer from the Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund. (4 VOTES) 10. Establish appropriations of $86,133 in the Sheriff’s Department, services and supplies, for the Drug Endangered Children (DEC) coordinator and the California DEC Alliance Committee based on unanticipated DEC grant revenue from the Federal Children’s Justice Act administered by the State Office of Emergency Services. (4 VOTES) 11. Establish appropriations of $149,183 in the Sheriff’s Department, fixed assets, for the Crime Lab based on unanticipated grant revenue from the Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee. (4 VOTES) 12. Establish appropriations of $52,600 in the Department of Housing and Community Development, salaries and benefits for a “Special Needs Housing Coordinator” position based on Public Safety Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 13. Establish appropriations of $3,354,000 in the District Attorney’s Office, services and supplies ($2,854,000) and capital assets ($500,000), for the one-time purchase of equipment to support employees’ health and safety needs, equipment for the Regional Law Enforcement Training Center and the District Attorney’s Training Division, and information technology upgrades and enhancements based on Public Safety Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 14. Establish appropriations of $1,491,316 in the Public Safety Group Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund, Operating Transfer Out, for transfer to the District Attorney’s Office for one-time information technology enhancements and equipment based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 15. Establish appropriations of $1,491,316 in the District Attorney’s Office, services and supplies, for Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) for information technology enhancements and equipment needs based on an operating transfer from the Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund. (4 VOTES) 16. Transfer appropriations of $271,425 from the District Attorney’s Office to the Sheriff’s Department for costs associated with joining the Sheriff’s existing gigabit Ethernet network infrastructure. 17. Establish appropriations of $50,500 in the District Attorney’s Federal Asset 12/12/06 23
  • 29. Forfeiture Fund, services and supplies for related investigative and prosecutorial activities for the Jurisdictions Unified for Drug Gang Enforcement (JUDGE) program based on unanticipated revenue from the JUDGE Asset Forfeiture Trust Fund. (4 VOTES) 18. Establish appropriations of $932,628 in the Public Safety Group Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund, Operating Transfer Out, for transfer to the Probation Department for one-time projects as outlined in recommendations 19-22 based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 19. Establish appropriations of $500,000 in the Probation Department, services and supplies, for window replacements, a chain link fence, and for the completion of repairs at the Kearny Mesa Juvenile Detention Facility and the Girls Rehabilitation Facility based on an operating transfer from the Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund. (4 VOTES) 20. Establish appropriations of $242,835 in the Probation Department, services and supplies, for the septic project, pilot substance abuse counseling services, and contracted services for the work readiness for juvenile offenders at Camp Barrett based on an operating transfer from the Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund. (4 VOTES) 21. Establish appropriations of $142,185 in the Probation Department, services and supplies, for continuation of global positioning and home supervision contracts to monitor and track high-risk sex offenders and stalkers, while the department seeks an alternate funding source, based on an operating transfer from the Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund. (4 VOTES) 22. Establish appropriations of $47,608 in the Probation Department, services and supplies for the purchase of a new electronic fire alarm system at the Juvenile Ranch Facility based on an operating transfer from the Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund. (4 VOTES) 23. Establish appropriations of $50,000 in the Probation Department’s Asset Forfeiture Fund, services and supplies, for costs associated with the purchase of law enforcement equipment based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 24. Ratify a transfer of appropriations of $1,793,168 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for the Penalty Assessment Fund from Operating Transfer Out to Payment to Other County Departments for Trial Court Administration. 25. Establish appropriations of $15,886,197 in salaries and benefits for Quality First 12/12/06 24
  • 30. payments based on Public Safety Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available as follows: District Attorney, $1,806,411; Sheriff, $8,773,160; Probation, $3,106,008; Department of Child Support Services, $830,261; Medical Examiner, $184,424; Public Defender, $743,156; Public Safety Group Executive Office, $25,000; Office of Emergency Services, $55,016; Citizens Law Enforcement Review Board, $14,156; and Alternate Public Defender $348,605. (4 VOTES) 26. Amend the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Department of Public Works Liquid Waste Equipment Acquisition Internal Service Fund Spending Plan in the amount of $215,000 to provide funding for fixed assets based on fund balance available. 27. Establish appropriations of $13,100 in the Department of Public Works Road Fund for project management software based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 28. Establish appropriations of $155,000 in the Department of Public Works Road Fund for topographic survey, right-of-way mapping and preliminary engineering in Alpine, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 29. Establish appropriations of $6,200 in the Department of Public Works Road Fund for work station upgrades based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 30. Establish appropriations of $50,000 in the Department of Public Works Road Fund to develop wetland mitigation for future planned Capital Improvement Projects based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 31. Establish appropriations of $80,000 in the Department of Public Works Road Fund for the rehabilitation of expansion joints on concrete county roads based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 32. Establish appropriations of $1,392,131 in the Department of Public Works Detailed Work Program for the Valley Center Road North project construction based on unanticipated revenue from TransNet. (4 VOTES) 33. Establish appropriations of $280,940 in the Department of Public Works Detailed Work Program for consultant services based on unanticipated revenue from TransNet ($30,000), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funds ($98,000), Transportation Impact Fee (TIF) funds ($40,000), and fund balance available in the Road Fund ($112,940). (4 VOTES) 34. Establish appropriations of $66,398 in the Department of Public Works Detailed Work Program for right of way acquisition for the Viejas Boulevard Bridge project based on unanticipated revenue from Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funds. (4 VOTES) 35. Amend the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Airport Enterprise Fund Spending Plan in the amount of $108,361 to provide funding for additional costs for management services 12/12/06 25
  • 31. at Borrego, Ramona and a noise officer position at Palomar based on fund balance available. 36. Amend the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Airport Enterprise Fund Spending Plan in the amount of $35,275 to provide funding for additional costs for the Ramona Helopad based on fund balance available. 37. Amend the Fiscal Year 2006-07 Airport Enterprise Fund Spending Plan in the amount of $115,200 to provide funding for the renovation of the Palomar Administrative office and payment of the sublease rent based on fund balance available. 38. Establish appropriations of $10,000 in the Department of Parks and Recreation, Special Departmental Expense, to fund an artifacts exhibit at Rancho Los Penasquitos, based on unanticipated revenue from awarded California Heritage Fund grant funds. (4 VOTES) 39. Establish appropriations of $13,185 in the Department of Parks and Recreation, Professional and Specialized Services, to repair damage to a park sign based unanticipated revenue from an insurance settlement. (4 VOTES) 40. Establish appropriations of $19,700 in the Department of Parks and Recreation, Special Departmental Expense, for repairs and rehabilitation work based on unanticipated revenue from San Diego Gas & Electric. (4 VOTES) 41. Establish appropriations of $242,000 in the Ramona Park Land Dedication Ordinance (PLDO) fund, Contributions to Other Agencies ($227,000) to fund an amendment to an agreement for improvements at Ramona Wellfield Park, and Inter- Departmental Expense ($15,000) to provide for administration costs related to the proposed amendment, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 42. Establish appropriations of $5,000 in the Ramona PLDO fund, Contributions to Other Agencies, for local park planning activities, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 43. Establish appropriations of $5,000 in the Valley Center PLDO fund, Contributions to Other Agencies, for local park planning activities, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 44. Establish appropriations of $2,000 in the Fallbrook PLDO fund, Contributions to Other Agencies, for local park planning activities, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 45. Establish appropriations of $2,000 in the Pauma Valley PLDO fund, Contributions to Other Agencies, for local park planning activities, based on fund balance 12/12/06 26
  • 32. available. (4 VOTES) 46. Establish appropriations of $1,000 in the Sweetwater PLDO fund, Contributions to Other Agencies, for local park planning activities, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 47. Establish appropriations of $1,000 in the Escondido PLDO fund, Contributions to Other Agencies, for local park planning activities, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 48. Establish appropriations of $1,200,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1010406 – Hilton Head Park Phase II Improvements, based on awarded Proposition 40 Roberti-Z’berg-Harris grant funds. (4 VOTES) 49. Establish appropriations of $3,000,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1000285 – San Elijo Nature Center Expansion, based on awarded Proposition 40 Per Capita grant funds. (4 VOTES) 50. Establish appropriations of $375,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1010407 – Guajome Regional Park Restrooms, based on awarded Proposition 40 Roberti-Z’berg-Harris grant funds. (4 VOTES) 51. Authorize the Auditor and Controller to discharge an accounts receivable of $1,106 in the Capital Outlay Fund, from the Proposition 12 Per Capita grant, for project costs that will not be reimbursed by the State, for the Sweetwater Trails/Bikeways Construction project. 52. Transfer appropriations of $1,106 from the Department of Parks and Recreation (Special Departmental Expense) to Contributions to Capital Outlay Fund (Operating Transfer Out), for costs not reimbursed to the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005262, Sweetwater Trails/Bikeways Construction. 53. Establish estimated revenue of $1,106 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005262, Sweetwater Trails/Bikeways Construction, based on an operating transfer from the General Fund. 54. Establish appropriations of $855,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005262 – Sweetwater Trails/Bikeways Construction, based on awarded Proposition 40 Roberti-Z’berg-Harris grant funds. (4 VOTES) 55. Cancel appropriations and related Community Development Block Grant revenue of $21,703 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Projects 1006862 – Julian Jess 12/12/06 27
  • 33. Martin Parking/Access Improvements ($6,971), 1005993 - Felicita Park ADA Ramp Design ($1,749) and 1006860 – Collier Park ADA Walkways ($12,983), to allow remaining funds to be returned to the funding source. 56. Authorize the Auditor and Controller to discharge an accounts receivable of $3,757 in the Capital Outlay Fund, from the Proposition 12 Roberti-Z’berg-Harris grant, for project costs that will not be reimbursed by the State, for the South Lane Park Improvements project. 57. Transfer appropriations of $3,757 from the Department of Parks and Recreation (Special Departmental Expense) to Contributions to Capital Outlay Fund (Operating Transfer Out), for costs not reimbursed to the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005261, South Lane Park Improvements. 58. Establish estimated revenue of $3,757 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005261, South Lane Park Improvements, based on an operating transfer from the General Fund. 59. Cancel appropriations and related Proposition 12 Roberti-Z’berg-Harris grant revenue of $61,576 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005261 – South Lane Park Improvements, to provide funds for the Nancy Jane Park Improvements project. 60. Establish appropriations of $65,333 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005260 – Nancy Jane Park Improvements, based on revenue made available by the cancellation of Proposition 12 Roberti-Z’berg-Harris grant funds in Capital Project 1005261 ($61,576) and revenue from Proposition 12 Roberti-Z’berg-Harris grant funds ($3,757). (4 VOTES) 61. Cancel appropriations and related operating transfer from the Crest PLDO Fund of $28,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005261 – South Lane Park Improvements, to provide funds for the Nancy Jane Park Improvements project. 62. Establish appropriations of $30,000 in the Crest PLDO Fund, Operating Transfer Out, for the Nancy Jane Park Improvements project, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 63. Establish appropriations of $58,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005260 – Nancy Jane Park Improvements, based on an operating transfer from the Crest PLDO Fund. (4 VOTES) 64. Cancel appropriations and related Proposition 12 Roberti-Z’berg-Harris grant revenue of $141,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005258 – Lakeside Sports Park (II) Development, to correct an action taken in the June 2006 12/12/06 28
  • 34. to transfer funds from this project to the Ildica Street Acquisition Project. 65. Establish appropriations of $89,880 in the Capital Outlay Fund, Operating Transfer Out, for transfer to the Department of Parks and Recreation, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 66. Establish appropriations of $89,880 in the Department of Parks and Recreation for Special Departmental Expense based on an operating transfer from the Capital Outlay Fund. (4 VOTES) 67. Establish appropriations of $191,075 in the Farm and Home Advisor for fire prevention and fuels reduction education and outreach programs based on Land Use and Environmental Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 68. Transfer appropriations in the amount of $22,000 from the Department of Planning & Land Use to the Department of Public Works to fund an amended contract with the Volunteer Fire Agency in the San Pasqual CSA. 69. Establish Appropriations of $32,400 in the Department of Planning & Land Use for satellite imagery costs for the Multiple Species Conservation Program based on Land Use and Environment Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 70. Establish appropriations of $125,000 in the Department of Planning & Land Use for additional consultant contract costs for the development of the Otay River Special Area Management Plan based on Land Use and Environment Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 71. Establish appropriations of $177,850 in the Department of Environmental Health for universal waste education and management based on unanticipated revenue from the California Integrated Waste Management Board Household Hazardous Waste Grant. (4 VOTES) 72. Cancel appropriations and related revenue of $42,119 in the Department of Environmental Health to reflect the final negotiated amounts of contracts and grants for Fiscal Year 2006-07. 73. Authorize the Auditor and Controller to increase the reserve designation within the General Fund for Environmental Health by $1,037,695 based on Land Use and Environment Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 74. Transfer appropriations of $306,900 from the Department of Public Works General Fund to the Department of Planning and Land Use for fire protection. 12/12/06 29
  • 35. 75. Establish appropriations of $213,497 in the Department of Public Works General Fund for fire protection contracts based on Land Use and Environment Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 76. Establish appropriations of $50,000 in the Department of Public Works General Fund for DPW Road Station Housing Repair contracts based on Land Use and Environment Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 77. Authorize the transfer of 1.0 FTE Project Manager from the Department of Parks and Recreation to the Department of Public Works to assist with grant-funded capital development projects included in the Department of Parks and Recreation Fiscal Year 2006-07 Operational Plan. 78. Ratify an increase in appropriations of $40,600 to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for Permanent Road Division 1007 Tumble Creek based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 79. Ratify an increase in appropriations of $150 to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for Permanent Road Division 129 Birch Street for Special Department Expense based on overrealized revenue. (4 VOTES) 80. Ratify an increase in appropriations of $1,909 to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for County Service Area 115 Pepper Drive for Professional Services Expense based on overrealized revenue. (4 VOTES) 81. Ratify an increase in appropriations of $9,761 to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for Permanent Road Division 1001 Capra Way for Special Department Expense based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 82. Ratify an increase in appropriations of $526 to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for County Service Area 111 Boulevard Fire for Special Departmental Expense based on overrealized revenue. (4 VOTES) 83. Ratify an increase in appropriations of $604 to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for County Service Area 109 Mount Laguna Fire for Special Department Expense based on overrealized revenue ($255) and fund balance available ($349). (4 VOTES) 84. Ratify an increase in appropriations of $150 to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for County Service Area 111 Boulevard Fire for Special Department Expense based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 85. Ratify the increase in appropriations of $787,161 to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for various capital projects in the Airport Enterprise Fund based on overrealized Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) revenue ($213,241) and fund balance 12/12/06 30
  • 36. available ($573,920). (4 VOTES) 86. Establish management reserves of $7,177,433 in the Land Use and Environment Group based on FY 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 87. Establish appropriations of $1,713,443 in salaries and benefits for Quality First payments based on Land Use and Environment Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available as follows: Agriculture, Weights and Measures $265,488, Environmental Health $585,733, Farm and Home $10,218, Parks and Recreation $394,019, Planning and Land Use $400,000 and Land Use and Environment Group- Executive Office $57,985. (4 VOTES) 88. Establish appropriations of $60,000 in the Department of Animal Services for the South County Shelter for a major maintenance project based on Community Services Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 89. Establish appropriations of $123,305 in the Registrar of Voters Office for major maintenance projects based on Community Services Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 90. Cancel appropriations of $105,000 and related revenue in the CDBG Housing Development Fund to provide funds for the Spring Valley Teen Center Project. 91. Cancel appropriations and related CDBG revenue of $195,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1005267, Ramona Collier Park Outdoor Basketball Court, to provide funds for the Spring Valley Teen Center project. 92. Establish appropriations of $300,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1000222, Spring Valley Teen Center, based on revenue made available by the cancellation of CDBG funds in Capital Project 1005267 ($195,000) and revenue from CDBG funds ($105,000). (4 VOTES) 93. Establish appropriations of $2,600,000 in Contribution to General Services Internal Service Funds, Residual Equity Transfer Out and related Residual Equity Transfer In, for contribution to Facilities ISF fund balance in the Facilities Management ISF based on Fiscal Year 2005-06 Fund Balance available in the General Fund. (4 VOTES) 94. Ratify an increase in appropriations of $30,231 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for the 2005 Redevelopment Agency Gillespie Field Project Debt Service Reserve Fund, Operating Transfer Out, for transfer to 2005 Redevelopment Agency 12/12/06 31
  • 37. Gillespie Field Project Debt Service Fund based on overrealized revenue from interest accrued from the 2005 Redevelopment Agency Gillespie Field Project bond issue ($30,161) and fund balance available ($70). (4 VOTES) 95. Ratify an increase in appropriations of $45,950 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for the 2005 Redevelopment Agency Gillespie Field Project Expense Fund, Operating Transfer Out, for payment of bond issuance expenses, based on a transfer from Bond Issuance Costs ($20,598) and fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 96. Ratify the transfer of appropriations of $120,788 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for the Redevelopment Gillespie Field Revenue Debt Service Fund from Inter-departmental Expense to Operating Transfer Out. 97. Ratify the transfer appropriations of $290,215 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget for the Redevelopment Gillespie Field Tax Allocation Debt Service Fund from Inter-Departmental Expense to Operating Transfer Out. 98. Ratify the amendment to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 Major Maintenance ISF Spending Plan in the amount of $273,604 to transfer appropriations from services and supplies to Operating Transfer Out. 99. Ratify the amendment to the Fiscal Year 2005-06 Facilities Management ISF Spending Plan in the amount of $2,461 to transfer appropriations from services and supplies to Operating Transfer Out. 100.Establish appropriations of $533,608 in the Library Fund for Library Program marketing, printing and additional specialty materials, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 101.Establish appropriations of $1,208,615 in the Library Fund management reserves, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 102.Authorize the addition of nine (9) permanent positions to provide library services at the 4S Ranch Branch Library and delivery services. Direct the Department of Human Resources to classify these positions at the appropriate levels. 103.Establish appropriations of $550,000 in salaries and benefits for Quality First payments in the County Library Fund based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 104.Establish appropriations of $6,965,941 in the Community Services Group Executive Office for management reserves based on Community Services Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 12/12/06 32
  • 38. 105.Establish appropriations of $340,000 in salaries and benefits for Quality First payments based on Community Services Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-06 fund balance available as follows: Registrar of Voters ($110,000), Animal Services ($167,500), and Community Services Group Office ($62,500). (4 VOTES) 106.Establish appropriations of $108,000 in Board of Supervisors District 1 for one- time expenses in salaries and wages based on Finance and General Government Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-2006 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 107.Establish appropriations of $160,000 in Board of Supervisors District 2 for one- time expenses in services and supplies based on Finance and General Government Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-2006 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 108.Establish appropriations of $61,000 in Board of Supervisors District 3 for one-time expenses in salaries and wages based on Finance and General Government Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-2006 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 109.Establish appropriations of $363,000 in Board of Supervisors District 4 for one- time expenses in services and supplies based on Finance and General Government Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-2006 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 110.Establish appropriations of $460,000 in Board of Supervisors District 5 for one- time expenses in services and supplies based on Finance and General Government Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-2006 fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 111.Establish appropriations of $229,738 in the Office of County Counsel for Incentive Compensation payments based on the Finance and General Government Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-2006 fund balance available.(4 VOTES) 112.Authorize the transfer of an ERP Systems Functional Analyst from the Finance and General Government Group Executive Office to the Auditor and Controller, to perform Oracle sustaining/support functions. 113.Transfer appropriations of $100,000 from the Finance and General Government Group, salaries and benefits, to the Auditor and Controller, salaries and benefits, for the transfer of an ERP Systems Functional Analyst position. 114.Ratify an increase in appropriations of $8,424,908 within the Fiscal Year 2005-2006 budget for the Public Liability Insurance Fund for tort liability expense, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES) 115.Ratify a transfer of appropriations of $26,000 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget from Miscellaneous Expense in Countywide Expenses to Operating Transfer Out in the Contribution to IT ISF for increased costs in the IT ISF. 12/12/06 33
  • 39. 116.Ratify the cancellation of appropriations in the amount of $290,897 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget in the Capital Outlay Fund due to projects that were completed in Fiscal Year 2005-06. 117.Ratify the cancellation of appropriations in the amount of $828,129 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget in the Justice Facility Construction Fund due to projects that were completed in Fiscal Year 2005-06. 118.Ratify the cancellation of appropriations in the amount of $1,760 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget in the Library Capital Outlay Fund due to a project that was completed in Fiscal Year 2005-06. 119.Ratify the cancellation of estimated revenue in the amount of $757,460 within the Fiscal Year 2005-06 budget to correct the revenue budgeted within the Justice Facility Construction Fund. 120.Establish appropriations of $3,131,756 in salaries and benefits for Quality First payments based on the Finance and General Government Group’s Fiscal Year 2005-2006 fund balance available as follows: Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk, $1,238,910; Auditor and Controller, $649,043; Chief Administrative Office, $86,784; Civil Service Commission, $15,425; Clerk of the Board, $99,584; County Counsel, $236,250; County Technology Office, $89,580; Human Resources, $391,805; Treasurer/Tax Collector, $324,375. (4 VOTES) 121.Establish appropriations of $74,087 in salaries and benefits for Quality First payments based on the Media and Public Relation’s fund balance available. (4 VOTES) ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 19. SUBJECT: COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED (DISTRICTS: ALL) OVERVIEW: Board Policy A-72, Board of Supervisors Agenda and Related Process, authorizes the Clerk of the Board to prepare a Communications Received for Board of Supervisors' Official Records. Routine informational reports, which need to be brought to the attention of the Board of Supervisors yet not requiring action, are listed on this document. Communications Received documents are on file in the Office of the Clerk of the Board. FISCAL IMPACT: 12/12/06 34
  • 40. Not Applicable. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Note and file. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 20. SUBJECT: NOMINATIONS TO THE CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: Approve the following nominations to the California Coastal Commission: Carrie Downey Jack Feller City of Coronado City of Oceanside 1825 Strand Way 300 North Coast Highway Coronado, CA 92118 Oceanside, CA 92054 Ben Hueso Ann Kulchin City of San Diego City of Carlsbad 202 "C" Street, 10th Floor 1200 Carlsbad Village Drive San Diego, CA 92101 Carlsbad, CA 92008 FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact associated with this action. RECOMMENDATION: CHAIRMAN HORN: 1. Approve the nominations proposed by the Board of Supervisors; and 2. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to submit these nominations to Fabian Nuñez, Speaker of the California Assembly. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 21. SUBJECT: LOCAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS GRANTS (DISTRICT: 3) 12/12/06 35
  • 41. OVERVIEW: Funding for the Community Projects Grant program was included in the fiscal year 2006-2007 adopted budget in order to further public purposes throughout the County. FISCAL IMPACT: The current year total combined cost of these four projects is $21,200. The funding source is the Community Projects Budget. This will result in the addition of no staff years and no future year costs. RECOMMENDATION: SUPERVISOR SLATER-PRICE 1. Find that the allocation to the Patriot Little League Baseball is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15303. 2. Allocate $6,200 from the Community Projects Grant Budget to the Patriot Little League Baseball to purchase a new fence to replace existing fence for Patriot Little League Field #7 at the Patriot Little League complex. 3. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget to The Vision of Children Foundation to help offset costs associated with conducting their annual fundraising gala. 4. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget to the San Diego Imperial Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association to help offset costs associated with conducting their annual fundraising gala. 5. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget to the Community Resource Center for their “Holiday Gift Basket Program.” 6. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute grant agreements with these organizations establishing terms for receipt of the funds described above. 7. Find that all grant awards described above have a public purpose. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 12/12/06 36
  • 42. 22. SUBJECT: ALLOCATION OF COMMUNITY PROJECTS FUNDS (DISTRICT: 5) OVERVIEW: Community Projects Funding assists non-profit organizations in providing essential services to citizens of San Diego County. Reinvesting taxpayer money in worthwhile organizations is a benefit to the citizens and communities of North County. FISCAL IMPACT: N/A RECOMMENDATION: CHAIRMAN HORN 1. Allocate $3,500.00 from Community Projects Budget (15670) to San Diego North Chamber of Commerce for outstanding costs for traffic control services for the 4S Ranch Fall Festival held November 5, 2006. 2. Allocate $2,500.00 from Community Projects Budget (15670) to The Rotary Club of Camp Pendleton to purchase necessary materials for its “Dancing with Heroes” fundraising event. 3. Authorize the Valley Center Community Theater to use previously allocated Community Project funds to purchase show rights in addition to the previously approved purchasing of props, costumes, stage supplies, and printing and mailing of various show-related materials. 4. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the grant agreement with Valley Center Community Theater to use the grant funds as described above. 5. Authorize Rancho Santa Fe Community Center to use previously allocated Community Project funds to buy signs for three new passenger vans. 6. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the grant agreement with Rancho Santa Fe Community Center to use the grant funds as described above. 7. Authorize TERI, Inc. to use previously allocated Community Project funds to acquire land to expand the McNealy House in addition to the previously approved construction costs for renovating the McNealy House. 8. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the grant agreement with TERI, Inc. to use the grant funds as described above. 9. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute a grant agreement with the organizations listed in Recommendations 1 and 2 above to establish terms for receipt of the funds as described above. 10. Find that these grant awards have a public purpose. 12/12/06 37
  • 43. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 23. SUBJECT: ALLOCATION OF COMMUNITY PROJECTS FUNDS (DISTRICT: 4) OVERVIEW: The County’s fiscal condition has enabled it to reinvest taxpayer money in our communities for the benefit of the public. The recommended action proposes that these projects of great benefit to San Diego County be funded using Community Projects Funds. FISCAL IMPACT: The total combined cost of the proposed recommendations is $191,000. Appropriations are available in the Community Projects Budget unit (0264). This action will result in the addition of no staff years and no future costs. RECOMMENDATION: VICE-CHAIRMAN ROBERTS 1. Allocate $50,000 from the Community Projects budget unit (0264) to the San Diego Youth and Community Services to assist in the purchase of property located at 968 Corte Maria Avenue, Chula Vista, CA 91911, which will be used as a group home for hearing-impaired foster children. 2. Find that the change in the allocation to Lord’s Gym is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15301 and that the allocations to the Mission Valley YMCA and to the Presido Little League are exempt from CEQA pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15303. 3. Allocate $55,000 from the Community Projects budget unit (0264) to the Mission Valley YMCA to convert the roller hockey rink, located at Clairemont High School, to a soccer field. 4. Allocate $2,500 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) for costs associated with maintaining the Coalition on Children and Weight San Diego’s website. 5. Allocate $3,500 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Little Italy Association to purchase and register a 500-gallon watering trailer. 6. Allocate $20,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Chinese 12/12/06 38
  • 44. Institute of San Diego State University for costs associated with Asian Heritage Month events in May 2007 subject to the Chinese Institute of San Diego State University first raising matching funds in the amount of $50,000. 7. Allocate $50,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Presidio Little League to install a restroom facility at its ball field. 8. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the University of San Diego Foundation to provide funding for the 2007 Kyoto Laureate Symposium event. 9. Authorize Lord’s Gym to use $15,000 in previously allocated Community Project funds to purchase portable bleachers and a score board for their basketball court, and authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the grant agreement with the Lord’s Gym accordingly. 10. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute a grant agreement with the organizations listed above establishing the terms for receipt of the funds described above. 11. Find that the grants described above have a public purpose. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 24. SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: APPOINTMENTS (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: These appointments are in accordance with applicable Board Policy A–74, Citizen Participation in County Boards, Commissions and Committees, and Board Policy I–1, Planning and Sponsor Group Policies and Procedures. FISCAL IMPACT: N/A RECOMMENDATION: CHAIRMAN HORN Appoint Ron McMahon to the Rancho Santa Fe Community Services District, for a term to expire December 31, 2010. Appoint Hollis W. Moyse to the Fallbrook Healthcare District, for a term to expire December 31, 2010. 12/12/06 39
  • 45. Appoint Susan M. Pallinger to the Commission on the Status of Women, for a term to expire January 3, 2011. Re-appoint Richard Sparber to the Fairbanks Ranch Community Services District, for a term to expire December 31, 2010. Re-appoint Charlene Tressler to the First Five Commission, for a term to expire December 31, 2007. Approve the nomination of Alexine Wells to the Fairview Developmental Center Advisory Board and direct the Clerk of the Board to submit this nomination to Nicole Madani, Deputy Appointments Secretary. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 25. SUBJECT: SHERIFF’S APPOINTMENT TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: This Board Letter requests the Board of Supervisors’ confirmation of Robert J. Watkins, the Sheriff’s appointment to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact as a result of this action. RECOMMENDATION: SHERIFF Confirm the Sheriff’s appointment of Robert J. Watkins to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority to a four-year term, expiring December 15, 2010. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 26. SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE: AMENDMENT TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE AMENDING COMPENSATION FOR THE 12/12/06 40
  • 46. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, SHERIFF, AND THE TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: On December 5, 2006 (19), the Board of Supervisors introduced Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption on December 12, 2006. The Board of Supervisors directed the Chief Administrative Officer to prepare the necessary Compensation Ordinance Amendments for Board action on January 10, 2006 to approve the establishment of salaries of the District Attorney, Sheriff, and Treasurer/ Tax Collector recommended by the Advisory Commission. The salary increases associated with the recommended salaries of $207,953 for the District Attorney, $188,758 for the Sheriff, and $146,544 for the Treasurer/Tax Collector were to be implemented over a two year period: the first 50% of the increase was approved for February 24, 2006 and the remaining 50% of the increase is to be brought forward to the Board for consideration in December of 2006. Accordingly this action amends the San Diego County Compensation Ordinance by amending the salary for the District Attorney, Sheriff, and the Treasurer/Tax Collector which will implement the remaining 50% of the increase. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Adopt Ordinance entitled: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE AND ESTABLISHING THE COMPENSATION FOR THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY, SHERIFF, AND THE TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 9816 (N.S.) entitled: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE AND ESTABLISHING THE COMPENSATION FOR THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY, SHERIFF, AND THE TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 27. SUBJECT: COUNTY AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FOR RELOCATION OF CALIFORNIA LAW ENFORCEMENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (CLETS) (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: On January 24, 2006 (11), your Board awarded a contract to outsource information technology and telecommunication services with Northrop Grumman Information 12/12/06 41
  • 47. Technology, Incorporated. As part of the outsourcing agreement, most County servers will be relocated from California to either Texas or Oklahoma, including some servers connected to the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS). CLETS provides law enforcement agencies with the capability of obtaining criminal information directly from federal, state and local computerized information files. Government Code Section 15161 requires the State of California Department of Justice (DOJ) to provide CLETS access to county Sheriffs who serve as the CLETS County Control Agent. This is a request to approve and authorize the Chief Administrative Officer and the Sheriff to negotiate and execute an agreement with DOJ to transfer some of the servers connected to the CLETS database from California to Texas. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact associated with this request. RECOMMENDATION: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Approve and authorize the Chief Administrative Officer and the Sheriff to negotiate and execute an agreement with the California Department of Justice authorizing the County of San Diego to relocate to Texas as part of the County’s information and technology outsourcing agreement some of the servers connected to the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS) database. ACTION: ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took action as recommended, on Consent. AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn 12/12/06 42
  • 48. 28. SUBJECT: CLOSED SESSION (DISTRICT: ALL) OVERVIEW: 12/12/06 43
  • 49. A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9) Amanda Vuletich v. County of San Diego, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No. GIC 860609 B. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9) Charles Howard v. County of San Diego, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No. GIC 854772 C. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9) Santana DeLeal, et al. v. Jeffrey Jackson, et al.; United States District Court No. 05-CV-0078-DMS(CAB) D. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9) County of San Diego v. Community Redevelopment Agency of City of San Diego; San Diego County Superior Court No. GIC 850455 E. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9) The Environmental Trust, Inc., Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case No. 05-02321-LA11 F. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9) Gloria McLean v. County of San Diego, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No. GIE 030712 G. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9) County of San Diego v. San Diego NORML, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No. GIC 860665 H. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (c) of Government Code section 54956.9: (Number of Cases – 1) I. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Government Code section 54957.6) Designated Representatives: Carlos Arauz and Susan Brazeau Employee Organizations: All ACTION: Any reportable matters will be announced on Wednesday, December 13, 2006, prior to the Board of Supervisors Planning and Land Use meeting. 12/12/06 44
  • 50. SUBJECT: 29. PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS OVERVIEW: Chairman Bill Horn and Supervisor Pam Slater-Price presented awards from the Center for Digital Government to HHSA Director, Jean Shepard; and HHSA North Region Deputy Director Nick Macchione. Vice-Chairman Ron Roberts presented a proclamation declaring today University of San Diego Toreros Football Team Day throughout the County of San Diego. Supervisor Greg Cox presented a proclamation declaring today Second Chance Day throughout the County of San Diego. Supervisor Dianne Jacob presented a proclamation declaring today St. Madeline Sophie’s Center Day throughout the County of San Diego. Supervisor Pam Slater-Price presented a proclamation declaring today Silver Age Yoga Community Outreach Day throughout the County of San Diego. Supervisor Pam Slater-Price presented a proclamation honoring Colleen Lewcock Volunteer of the Month. SUBJECT: 30. PUBLIC COMMUNICATION OVERVIEW: The following individuals spoke to the Board concerning medical marijuana: Ronald Little, Loch David Crane, Dion Markgraaff, Wendy Christakaes, Ken Strang, Kevin McClure, Rebecca Hernandez, Judi Strang, Candice Porter, Diane Grace, Barbara Gordon, and Nancy Logan. ACTION: Heard, referred to the Chief Administrative Officer. There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 3:00 p.m. in memory of Edith Wissbrun, Zuhair Hirmez, Peter Shea, and Barbara Christensen. 12/12/06 45
  • 51. THOMAS J. PASTUSZKA Clerk of the Board of Supervisors County of San Diego, State of California Consent: Vizcarra Discussion: Hall NOTE: This Statement of Proceedings sets forth all actions taken by the County of San Diego Board of Supervisors on the matters stated, but not necessarily the chronological sequence in which the matters were taken up. 12/12/06 46