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SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

CONSOLIDATED AGENDA FOR THE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING Tuesday, February 13, 2018

ROBERT A. LOVINGOOD

CHAIRMAN

First District Supervisor

CURT HAGMAN VICE CHAIRMAN Fourth District Supervisor \ JANICE RUTHERFORD

Second District Supervisor

JAMES RAMOS

Third District Supervisor

JOSIE GONZALES Fifth District Supervisor Chief Executive Officer Gary McBride County Counsel

Michelle D. Blakemore

No additional detail provided

Clerk of the Board

Laura H. Welch

This is a consolidated agenda for the scheduled meeting of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, also sitting as the Governing Board of the following: Successor Agency to the County of San Bernardino Redevelopment Agency; County Industrial Development Authority; Economic and Community Development Corporation; Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino; In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority; Inland Counties Emergency Medical Agency; County Flood Control District; Board Governed County Service Areas; Inland Empire Public Facilities Corporation; San Bernardino County Financing Authority; San Bernardino County Fire Protection District; Big Bear Valley and Bloomington Recreation and Park Districts. This consolidated agenda contains a brief description of each item of business to be considered at todays meeting. In accordance with the Ralph M. Brown Act, this meeting agenda is posted at least 72 hours prior to the regularly scheduled meeting on the official Board of Supervisors Bulletin Boards outside of the County Government Center, 385 North Arrowhead Avenue, San Bernardino, CA, the Bob Burke Joshua Tree Government Center, 63665 Twentynine Palms Highway, Joshua Tree, CA 92252 and the Jerry Lewis High Desert Government Center, 15900 Smoke Tree Street, Hesperia, CA 92345. The agenda, its supporting documents and all writings received by the Board related to these items are public records and available for review during regular business hours at the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors office on the 2nd floor of the County Government Center. The agenda and its supporting documents, along with live and archived video of the meeting, can be viewed online at http://www.sbcounty.gov/cob. However, the online agenda may not include all available supporting documents or the most current version of documents. Unless otherwise required by Federal, State, or local law or regulation, an act of the Board of Supervisors is valid and/or binding if a majority of all the members of the Board concur. Any exception to the majority vote requirement will be noted as part of the recommended action in the Board item (e.g., Four votes required). Items listed on the Consent Calendar are expected to be routine and non-controversial and, unless the Board directs that an item be held for further discussion, the entire Consent Calendar will be acted upon as the first item of business on the Discussion Calendar (entitled Action on Consent Calendar). If the Board directs that an item listed on the Consent Calendar be held for further discussion, the item will be addressed under Deferred Items, the second item listed on the Discussion Calendar.

Tagged Passions:streets, services, development, flooding, public records, recreation, housing, Development, industrial, emergency, parks, regulation, community development, and business

In accordance with County Code section 12.0101, members of the public may address the Board on any item on the agenda and on any matter that is within the Boards jurisdiction. To address the Board regarding an item on the agenda, complete and submit the yellow form entitled Calendared Item Request to Speak. To address the Board regarding an item within its jurisdiction but not on todays agenda, complete and submit the white Public Comment Request to Speak form. Requests must be submitted to the Clerk of the Board before the item is called for consideration. If the speaker wants the Board to consider any documentation, eight copies of the documentation should be submitted with the request. Submitted documents will become part of the public record and will not be returned to the speaker. The Chairman will call speakers forward to present their comments at the appropriate time. When called, approach the podium and be prepared to speak. Speakers may address the Board for up to three (3) minutes total on the consent calendar, up to three (3) minutes on each discussion item, and up to three (3) minutes total on Public Comment, not to exceed a total of twelve (12) minutes for the meeting, unless it is determined that a different limit is appropriate. Speakers are to address the Board as a whole through the Chairman. Comments to individual Supervisors and/or staff are not permitted.

Alternate locations to address the Board - Any person interested in viewing or addressing the Board during a Board approved meeting (click here for list of scheduled meetings) by interactive video (the Board members may see as well as hear speakers) may do so at the Bob Burke Joshua Tree Government Center, located at 63665 Twentynine Palms Highway, Joshua Tree, CA 92252 or the Jerry Lewis High Desert Government Center, 15900 Smoke Tree Street, Hesperia, CA 92345. If any such person intends to submit documentation to the Board for its consideration prior to the meeting, eight copies of such documentation should be submitted to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, 385 North Arrowhead Avenue, 2nd Floor, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0130, no later than 5:00 p.m. the day before the scheduled meeting or hearing. Any documentation submitted at the alternate locations shall become part of the official record for the matter, but will not be disseminated to the Board prior to the Boards action on such matter. NOTE: These alternate locations are being offered as a courtesy for Board approved meetings (see above) and may be closed due to inclement weather or may not be available if technology fails. If the sites are closed due to inclement weather, a notice will be posted by 9:00 a.m. the day of the Board meeting.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, Technology, technology, and sites

PLEASE SILENCE CELL PHONES AND OTHER ELECTRONIC

Tagged Passions:Cell Phones

COMMUNICATION DEVICES UPON ENTERING THE CHAMBERS

TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON ANY ITEMS, PLEASE CONTACT THE PRESENTER LISTED UNDER EACH ITEM. YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO OBTAIN ANY CLARIFYING INFORMATION PRIOR TO THE MEETING TO ALLOW THE BOARD TO MOVE EXPEDITIOUSLY IN ITS DELIBERATIONS Except where noted, all scheduled items will be heard in the Covington Chambers of the Board of Supervisors, County Government Center, 385 North Arrowhead Avenue, First Floor, San Bernardino, California.

CLOSED SESSION

9:00 A.M. - CONVENE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - Citrus Room, Fifth Floor, County Government Center

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation (Government Code section 54956.9(d)(1))

Orland Eugene Sylve v. Ford Motor Company, et al., San Bernardino County Superior Court Case No. CIVDS1505731 N.G., et al. v. County of San Bernardino, et al., San Bernardino County Superior Court Case No. CIVDS1621143 Citizens for the Preservation of Rural Living v. County of San Bernardino, San Bernardino County Superior Court Case No. CIVDS1213273 City of Riverside v. Black Decker (US), Inc., et al., County of Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. BC410878

Tagged Passions:legal, rural, court, and preservation

Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation - Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code section 54956.9(d)(2))

Six cases

Tagged Passions:legal

Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation - Initiation of Litigation (Government Code section 54956.9(d)(4))

One case Conference with Labor Negotiator (Government Code section 54957.6)

Tagged Passions:legal

Agency designated representative: Bob Windle

Employee organizations: California Nurses Association Nurses Unit Per Diem Nurses Unit Teamsters Local 1932 Supervisory Nurses Unit Teamsters Local 1932 Preschool Services Department COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
Tagged Passions:services, union, flooding, and preschool

Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation - Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code section 54956.9(d)(2))

One case

Tagged Passions:legal

Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation - Initiation of Litigation (Government Code section 54956.9(d)(4))

One case

Tagged Passions:legal

PUBLIC SESSION

10:00 A.M. RECONVENE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Covington Chambers, First Floor, County Government Center

Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance - Third District Memorial Adjournments Board of Supervisors

o
Coylia Jewett, 82, of San Bernardino

First District Supervisor Robert A. Lovingood

o
Mildred L. Chris Christopherson, 91, of Hesperia

o Reiko Oka Dalzell, 88, of Hesperia

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Ann Davis, 80, of Apple Valley

o Beverly J. Dudley, 86, of Victorville o Sandra Maria Farmer, 77, of Apple Valley o Edward Garcia, Jr., 98, of Apple Valley
Tagged Passions:agriculture

o
John Elliot Laudeman, 77, of Phelan

No additional detail provided

o
Joan Love, 84, of Hesperia

o Robert L. McCall, 90, of Hesperia

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Warren Andrew Overholt, 63, of Apple Valley

o
Patricia Sneed, 83, of Victorville

Second District Supervisor Janice Rutherford

o Roger Charles Aeschliman, 88, of Upland o Dorothy Brannan Calhoun, 104, of Upland o Guadalupe Lupe Carabello, 94, of Fontana

o
Ian Richardson, 86, of Upland

o Eleanor Ellie Rothbard, 96, of Rancho Cucamonga

Third District Supervisor James Ramos

o Clara Dominguez OCampo, 93, of San Bernardino Fourth District Supervisor Curt Hagman o Benjamin Franklin Alston, 77, of Ontario o Roxanne Frances Anderson, 65, of Ontario o Barbara Ann Bailey, 82, of Ontario

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Rebecca Beaver, 89, of Ontario

o Enrique Z. Becerra, 96, of Chino Hills o Roberta L. Beiner, 78, of Chino Hills o Thomas Alan Berkley, 60, of Ontario o Monika Vera Bobick, 76, of Montclair o Jose Guadalupe Casillas, 68, of Ontario o Byung Joo Choung, 63, of Chino o Shirley Darlene Conley, 82, of Chino

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David Contreras, 83, of Chino

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Cecilia Borba Da Costa, 93, of Ontario

o Yolanda Del Carmen, 69, of Ontario

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Trina Delfin, 74, of Ontario

o Joseph Nicholas Diederich, 65, of Ontario o Natividad Siapno Dueno, 68, of Montclair o Judithanne M. Eastman, 68, of Chino Hills o Robert Allen Faulkner, 48, of Ontario

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Mack Fernandez, 71, of Ontario

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Eddie Fikse, 71, of Chino Hills

o Elaine Janet Fletcher, 93, of Ontario o Alexis Chantel Flores, 18, of Ontario o Dolores Ann Foreman, 87, of Chino

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Larry Wendell Gehley, 63, of Ontario

o Joan Louise Gingg, 84, of Ontario

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Maria Gutierrez-Aranda, 91, of Ontario

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Carmen Hernandez, 96, of Ontario

o
Judy Holt-Allen, 72, of Ontario

o Gary Douglas Honaker, 82, of Ontario

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Julia Javor, 95, of Ontario

o
Maria Asuncion Gutierrez Jimenez, 68, of Chino

No additional detail provided

o
Marinel Enriquez Ladores, 17, of Chino

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Mary Elizabeth Larsen, 84, of Ontario

o Donald Paul Lauffer, 83, of Ontario o Gilbert G. Lopez, 91, of Chino o James John McCann, 81, of Ontario o Ramona Ortiz Mora, 96, of Ontario

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Rudolfo Jiner Morales, Sr., 96, of Ontario

o TyHish Louis Nash, 44, of Ontario o Anita Mae Oster, 85, of Ontario

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Byoung Park, 51, of Ontario

o Grace A. Pell, 101, of Ontario
Tagged Passions:parks

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John O. Pierson, 71, of Ontario

o Aaron E. Pineda, 49, of Ontario o Armelino Doronilla Poblador, 75, of Chino

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Esther Ramirez, 86, of Pomona

o Jack H. Reeves, 93, of Ontario o Elaine Marsha Rodriguez, 87, of Ontario o Gabriela Joy Romero, 1, of Chino

o
John Ruef, Sr., 80, of Chino Hills

No additional detail provided

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Lillie Corpus, 87, of Ontario

o Ricky F. Salazar, 53, of Chino

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Carmen Saucedo, 82, of Ontario

o Miriam Devey Smith, 91, of Ontario o Russell W. Stark, 78, of Ontario o Isabel Villegas Teniente, 80, of Ontario o Enrique Martinez Torres, 84, of Chino o Ludene W. Trewett, 96, of Ontario

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Secundino Vargas, 88, of Chino

o Frank Venema, Jr., 53, of Ontario o Rita G. Villlasenor, 84, of Ontario

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Margie Webster, 73, of Ontario

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Richard Webster, 83, of Ontario

o
Olive Whitehead, 95, of Ontario

o Terry Kent Wilson, 66, of Ontario Fifth District Supervisor Josie Gonzales o Barbara C. Almy, 91, of San Bernardino

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Jerome Barrie, 85, of Rialto

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Sally Castro Carrion, 80, of Bloomington

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Marilyn Castaneda, 75

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Helen Cowden, 95, of San Bernardino

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Richard Funk, 78, of San Bernardino

o Patricia S. Hamilton-Mynatt, 89, of Fontana o Edward L. Hemminger, 83, of Colton o Marjorie J. Holliday, 91 o Adalberto Juan Juarez, 93, of San Bernardino o Edward A. Lopez, 79, of San Bernardino

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Dora Macias, 82, of Colton

Reports from County Counsel and Chief Executive Officer Special Presentations, Resolutions and Proclamations
Tagged Passions:recognition

Presentation of the Agenda

a) Consider additions of emergency or urgency items to the agenda to be placed on the Consent or Discussion Calendar at the Boards discretion pursuant to Government Code section 54954.2(b) or (b)(2). b) Notice of minor revisions to agenda items, items removed or continued from the Board of Supervisors Agenda. CONSENT CALENDAR COUNTY DEPARTMENTS Board of Supervisors 1)
Tagged Passions:emergency

Adoption of Recognitions, Resolutions and Proclamations:

Tagged Passions:recognition

Board of Supervisors Adopt resolution recognizing Roy Montry upon his retirement after 38 years of valuable service to the County of San Bernardino.

Adopt resolution recognizing Carol Sittig upon her retirement after more than 34 years of valuable service to the County of San Bernardino. Adopt resolution recognizing Donald Viser upon his retirement after more than 30 years of combined valuable service to the San Bernardino County Probation Department and the County of San Bernardino. Adopt resolution recognizing Captain Glenn Dominguez upon his retirement from the California Highway Patrol after more than 29 years of dedicated service in law enforcement.
Tagged Passions:public safety, recognition, retirement, and seniors

Third District Adopt resolution recognizing Elizabeth Mauk for her years of service to the County of San Bernardino and her commitment to Calico Ghost Town.

2) Appointments, reappointments and vacancies to Boards, Commissions and Committees:
Tagged Passions:recognition, boards and commissions, and appointments

a.
Approve the appointment of Nolan C. Calkins to the Lake Arrowhead Dam Advisory Committee (CSA 70 D-1) (Seat 2), Second District.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments

b.
Approve the appointment of Debra L. Wright to the Searles Valley-Trona Municipal Advisory Committee (Seat 5), First District.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments

c.
Approve the appointment of Nicole R. Van Winkle to the Regional Parks Advisory Committee (Seat 8), Fifth District.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments and parks

d.
Declare and post vacancy per Maddy Act for the Countywide Oversight Board for two public seats and two alternate seats, At Large.

No additional detail provided

e.
Declare and post vacancy per Maddy Act for Elizabeth Nan Rider of the Planning Commission (Seat 1), Fourth District.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and planning

f.
Approve the reappointment of Sylvia Miller to the San Bernardino County Housing Commission (Seat 6), Chairman.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and housing

g.
Approve the reappointment of Lonnie Ramirez to the San Bernardino County Health Center Governing Board (Seat 5), At Large.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health

h.
Approve the reappointment of Elizabeth Segura to the San Bernardino County Health Center Governing Board (Seat 12), At Large.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health

i.
Approve the reappointment of William A. Swift to the San Bernardino County Health Center Governing Board (Seat 8), At Large.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health

j.
Approve the reappointment of Elliot S. Weinstein to the Children and Families Commission (First 5) (Seat 3), At Large.

3) No Item 4) 1. Find that pursuant to the provisions of Public Resources Code Section 9314(b)(1), the Mojave Desert Resource Conservation Districts Board of Directors, by resolution, has requested that the Board of Supervisors appoint directors to their District Board as an alternative to the election of said directors.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, voting, Conservation, and election

2.
Approve appointment of Eldert Van Dam in lieu of election, to the vacant position of Director for the Mojave Desert Resource Conservation District.

Tagged Passions:appointments, voting, Conservation, and election

(Presenter: Robert A. Lovingood, First District Supervisor, 387-4830)

Aging and Adult Services 5)
Tagged Passions:services

1.
Approve Revenue Contract (State Revenue Agreement No. MI-1718-20) with the California Department of Aging, in the amount of 84,278, to provide Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act for Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program services, for the period of January 1, 2018 through September 29, 2018.

2. Adopt a resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, the Chief Executive Officer, or the Director of Department of Aging and Adult Services, as required by the California Department of Aging, to execute all documents, including any subsequent, non-substantive amendments, on behalf of the County, in relation to State Contract MI-1718-20, subject to review by County Counsel.

Tagged Passions:services, contract, health insurance, health, insurance, seniors, and program

3.
Direct the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, the Chief Executive Officer, or the Director of the Department of Aging and Adult Services to transmit all documents and amendments in relation to the State Contract MI-1718-20 to the Clerk of the Board within 30 days of execution.

Tagged Passions:services and contract

4.
Approve Amendment No. 1 to County Contract No. 17-349 (State Revenue Contract No. HI-1718-20 A-1) with the California Department of Aging, for the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program, decreasing the total contract amount by 59,853, from 1,142,000 to 1,082,147, adding changes to the language in Exhibit D, Article XVI, Notices section B and Article XVII Department Contracts Section B, with no change to the existing term of July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2020.

(Presenter: Sharon Nevins, Director, 891-3917) Arrowhead Regional Medical Center 6)

Tagged Passions:contract, health insurance, health, insurance, and program

Approve Amendment No. 3 to Revenue Agreement No. 15-112 with Total Longterm Care, Inc., dba InnovAge California PACE-Inland Empire, exercising the third of three options to extend the current expiration of March 2, 2018, to March 2, 2019, for the continued provision of medical services at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center to members of the corporations Medicare plan. (Presenter: William L. Gilbert, Director, 580-6150)

7) Approve employment contract with Sabreen White, MBA to provide services to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center as the Research Program Coordinator for an approximate annual cost of 97,375.78, effective March 7, 2018 through March 6, 2021. (Presenter: William Gilbert, Director, 580-6150) 8)

Tagged Passions:services, contract, health insurance, employment, seniors, and program

1.
Accept donation of 290,480 from Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Foundation (Foundation) to be used towards development of a program for diagnosis of Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Hepatitis, and linkage of patients to follow up care, based on the Gilead Focus Grant awarded to the Foundation for a second year.

Tagged Passions:Donation, development, grant, Development, donation, and program

2.
Approve Amendment No. 1 to Master Employment Agreement No. 17-70 for contract Care Coordinator position at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center specific to the program identified in Recommendation No. 1, based on the Gilead Focus Grant awarded to the Foundation, for the one-year period effective February 14, 2018, through February 13, 2019, with an option to extend an additional one-year period.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, employment, grant, and program

3.
Approve Amendment No. 1 to Master Employment Agreement No.17-71 for contract Medical Laboratory Technologist positions at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center specific to the program identified in Recommendation No. 1, based on the Gilead Focus Grant awarded to the Foundation, for the one-year period effective February 14, 2018, through February 13, 2019, with an option to extend an additional one-year period.

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Tagged Passions:contract, employment, grant, and program

4.
Authorize the Director of Arrowhead Regional Medical Center or Hospital Administrator to execute individual employment agreements on behalf of the County, pursuant to the Master Employment Agreements identified in Recommendation No. 2 and 3.

(Presenter: William L. Gilbert, Director, 580-6150) 9) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue SAP Contract with Intelligent Medical Objects, Inc. for the purchase of translating clinical software license to provide reliable and standardized medical billing terminology for physicians, in the amount of 315,500, for the period of February 21, 2018, through February 20, 2021. (Presenter: William L. Gilbert, Director, 580-6150) 10)
Tagged Passions:administrator, license, purchasing, contract, information technology, hospital, employment, Information Technology, and healthcare

1.
Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue SAP Contract with Forward Advantage, Inc. for the purchase of single sign-on software and smart card reader to replace the multiple username and password to login to systems at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, in the amount of 688,885, for the period of February 13, 2018 through February 12, 2021.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:purchasing, contract, information technology, and Information Technology

2.
Authorize the Deputy Purchasing Agent to execute non-financial Change Orders with Forward Advantage, Inc., with the vendor forms subject to review by County Counsel, for activities associated with the installation, configuration, testing, IT training, and deployment of the single sign-on solution implementation.

(Presenter: William L. Gilbert, Director, 580-6150) 11) Approve agreement with Data Management, Inc. for TimeClock Plus for time and labor management services at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in the amount of 849,551 for the period of February 13, 2018 through February 12, 2023. (Presenter: William L. Gilbert, Director, 580-6150) 12) Approve changes within the following Membership and/or Clinical Privileges categories requested in Attachment A, as recommended by the Medical Executive Committee: Applications for Initial Appointment Medical Staff Applications for Initial Appointment Advanced Practice Professional Applications for Reappointment Medical Staff Applications for Reappointment Advanced Practice Professional Completion of Focused Professional Practice Evaluation (FPPE) with Advancement Medical Staff Completion of FPPE (Proctoring) Medical Staff Completion of FPPE (Proctoring) Advanced Practice Professional Extension of Provisional Period Medical Staff Voluntary Relinquishment of Clinical Privileges Medical Staff Voluntary Resignation of Membership and/or Clinical Privileges Medical Staff Voluntary Relinquishment of Membership and/or Clinical Privileges Advanced Practice Professional Voluntary Withdrawal of Application Medical Staff (Presenter: William L. Gilbert, Director, 580-6150) 13)

Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, appointments, training, and finance

1.
Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute the following revenue agreements, and any subsequent non-substantive amendments on behalf of the County, subject to review by County Counsel: Agreements with California Department of Health Care Services to allow Arrowhead Regional Medical Center to receive supplemental payments for Medi-Cal managed care during the State-established claim period of July 1, 2016, through June 30, 2017, as the result of the intergovernmental transfer program for Medi-Cal managed care patients enrolled with Molina HealthCare of California Partner Plan, Inc. and Inland Empire Health Plan; direct the Clerk of the Board to maintain confidentiality of the Agreements pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 1457 (c)(1).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, intergovernmental, health, program, and healthcare

2.
Agreements between California Department of Health Care Services and Arrowhead Regional Medical Center for the provision of an intergovernmental transfer assessment fee to the California Department of Health Care Services for administration of the intergovernmental transfer program for Medi-Cal managed care patients enrolled with Molina HealthCare of California Partner Plan, Inc. and Inland Empire Health Plan, during the State-established claim period of July 1, 2016, through June 30, 2017; direct the Clerk of the Board to maintain confidentiality of the Agreements pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 1457 (c)(1).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, intergovernmental, health, program, and healthcare

3.
Amendments to allow Arrowhead Regional Medical Center to receive supplemental payments for Medi-Cal managed care during the State-established claim period of July 1, 2016, through June 30, 2017; direct the Clerk of the Board to maintain confidentiality of the Agreements pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 1457 (c)(1):

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health

i.
Amendment No. 14 to Agreement No. 13-160 with Molina HealthCare of California Partner Plan, Inc.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:healthcare

ii.
Amendment No. 25 to Agreement No. 08-64 with Inland Empire Health Plan.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health

4.
Direct the Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Director to transmit all documents and amendments in relation to these agreements to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within 30 days of execution.

(Presenter: William L. Gilbert, Director, 580-6150) Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector 14) Approve Agreement with Grant Street Group in an amount not to exceed 750,000 for the period of March 1, 2018, through December 31, 2022, and an amount not to exceed 150,000 each County fiscal year, to provide website auction and advertising services related to the sale of tax-defaulted properties in San Bernardino County. (Presenter: Oscar Valdez, Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector, 382-7000) 15)
Tagged Passions:Treasurer, streets, taxes, Taxes, audit, TREASURER, services, advertising, auction, sale, and grant

1.
Accept Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector recommendation to update the Primary Fund Family Group used to determine available funds.

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Tagged Passions:Treasurer, taxes, Taxes, audit, TREASURER, and funding

2.
Adopt Resolution authorizing the Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector to transfer money from one fund to another as the public interest requires, using the updated Primary Fund Family Group, as identified on Attachment A, to manage available cash.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Treasurer, taxes, Taxes, audit, and TREASURER

(Presenter: Oscar Valdez, Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector, 382-7000)

Behavioral Health 16)

Tagged Passions:Treasurer, taxes, Taxes, audit, TREASURER, and health

Approve Amendment No. 1, effective February 13, 2018, to non-financial Affiliation Agreement No. 16-165, with Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Southern California Permanente Medical Group, adding fellows to receive clinical and instructional training by the Department of Behavioral Health with no change to the original contract period of July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2019. (Presenter: Veronica Kelley, Director, 388-0801)

17)

Tagged Passions:contract, training, health, hospital, finance, and healthcare

1.
Approve employment contract with Deborah Thomas-Hill, as a Registered Nurse Case Manager/Care Manager for an estimated cost of 63,363 ( 43,593 Salary, 19,770 Benefits) to provide services for the Department of Behavioral Healths Behavioral Health Integration and Complex Care Initiative, effective February 17, 2018 through July 31, 2018.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:manager, services, contract, health, and employment

2.
Authorize the Assistant Executive Officer of Human Services or Deputy Executive Officer of Human Services or Director of the Department of Behavioral Health to execute amendments to the contract to extend the contract term for a maximum of two successive one-year periods, on behalf of the County, subject to review by County Counsel.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, contract, and health

3.
Direct the Assistant Executive Officer of Human Services or Deputy Executive Officer of Human Services or Director of the Department of Behavioral Health to transmit all amendments in relation to this contract to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within 30 days of execution.

(Presenter: Veronica Kelley, Director, 388-0801) 18)
Tagged Passions:services, contract, and health

Approve Amendment No. 1, effective February 13, 2018, to Contract No. 17-188 with Netsmart Technologies, Inc. to accelerate the implementation schedule of the electronic health record of the Behavioral Health Management Information System increasing the total contract amount by 1,030,554, from 11,255,574 to 12,286,128, with no change to the contract period of April 4, 2017 through June 30, 2022. (Presenter: Veronica Kelley, Director, 388-0801)

19)

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1.
Approve Memoranda of Understanding with the following agencies for the provision of coordination of benefits with Medi-Cal Mental Health Managed Care Plans and Substance Use Disorder and Recovery Services for Medi-Cal eligible individuals, for the period of February 13, 2018 through December 31, 2020:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, mental health, and health

a.
Inland Empire Health Plan

No additional detail provided

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b.
Molina Healthcare of California Partner Plan, Inc.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:healthcare

2.
Authorize the Assistant Executive Officer of Human Services or Deputy Executive Officer of Human Services or Director of the Department of Behavioral Health to execute and submit any subsequent non-substantive amendments to the Memoranda of Understanding, including amendments to extend the term for a maximum of two successive one-year periods, on behalf of the County, subject to review by County Counsel.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services and health

3.
Direct the Assistant Executive Officer of Human Services or Deputy Executive Officer of Human Services or Director of the Department of Behavioral Health to transmit all amendments in relation to the Memoranda of Understanding to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within 30 days of execution.

(Presenter: Veronica Kelley, Director, 388-0801) Children's Network 20) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a SAP purchasing contract with the Ontario Convention Center in an amount not to exceed 160,000 for the use of the Ontario Convention Center for the 32nd Annual Childrens Network Conference from September 18, 2018 through September 20, 2018. (Presenter: Kathy Turnbull, Network Officer, 383-9677)
Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, contract, health, and conventions

Community Development and Housing Agency

1.
Adopt revised Resolution 2017-180 A1 resolving that:

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a.
The County is authorized to apply for and receive the No Place Like Home Program Technical Assistance Grant, administered by the State Housing and Community Development Department, in an amount not to exceed 150,000.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:development, housing, grant, Development, program, and community development

b.
The County agrees to use the grant funds for eligible uses in the manner presented in the application as approved by the State of California Department of Housing and Community Development (Department) and in accordance with applicable guidelines and regulations.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:development, housing, grant, Development, funding, regulation, and community development

c.
The County Chief Executive Officer or designee is authorized and directed to execute the County of San Bernardino NPLH Program Technical Assistance Grant Application, the NPLH Program Technical Assistance Grant Documents, and any amendments thereto, on behalf of the County as required by the Department for receipt of the NPLH Program Technical Assistance Grant.

(Presenter: Dena Fuentes, Deputy Executive Officer, 387-4411) 22)

Tagged Passions:grant and program

1.
Approve and authorize submission of response to Solicitation of Interest to the California Department of Housing and Community Development for the County of San Bernardino to be designated as an Administrative Entity and become eligible for approximately 1,045,000 of Emergency Solutions Grant funds to provide services to eligible persons throughout San Bernardino County.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, development, solicitation, housing, grant, Development, emergency, funding, and community development

2.
Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute the Statement of Certification and other ministerial actions pertaining to this and future Solicitations of Interest after review by County Counsel.

(Presenter: Gary Hallen, Director, 387-4411) County Administrative Office 23)

Tagged Passions:solicitation

Receive list of County Administrative Office approval of Capital Improvement Program requests and short-term leases for the period of October 7, 2017 through January 6, 2018. (Presenter: Valerie Clay, Deputy Executive Officer, 387-5423)

24) Continue the Emergency Proclamation, originally proclaimed by the Director of Emergency Services on July 27, 2017 and ratified by the Board of Supervisors on August 8, 2017, resulting from the July 24, 2017 storm events affecting the roads and bridges of the National Trails Highway (Historic Route 66) in San Bernardino County, which still exists and continues to be a local emergency, for an additional period in accordance with Government Code section 8630(c). (Presenter: Michael Antonucci, Emergency Services Manager, 356-3998) 25)
Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, manager, capital spending, recognition, services, Capital Spending, trails, events, emergency, historic, and program

1.
Approve a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the California Nurses Association representing the employees in the Nurses Unit and Per Diem Nurses Unit for the period of February 13, 2018 through June 30, 2021.

2.
Approve the classification actions as described in the Classification Actions Summary in accordance with the agreed upon language in the MOU (Attachment A).

(Presenter: Bob Windle, County Labor Relations Chief, 387-3101)

District Attorney 26) 1. Approve additional funding in the amount of 381,071 from the Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council to fund the expansion of the District Attorneys Lets End Truancy program for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2017-18.
Tagged Passions:legal, council, expansion, funding, and program

2.
Authorize the addition of six new positions as follows to accommodate the program expansion:

Tagged Passions:expansion and program

a.
Four new positions classified as Deputy District Attorney IV, Attorney Unit, R82, ( 8,693 - 12,555).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal

b.
Two new positions classified as Secretary I, Clerical Unit, R35, ( 2,761 - 3,793).

No additional detail provided

3.
Authorize the Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector to make appropriation adjustments, as identified in the Financial Impact section, for the District Attorneys 2017-18 budget for the additional funding and expenses (Four Votes Required).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Treasurer, budget, taxes, legal, Taxes, audit, TREASURER, finance, and funding

(Presenter: Michael Fermin, Assistant District Attorney, 382-3662)

Law and Justice Administration 27)

Tagged Passions:legal

1.
Approve employment contract with Benjamin Knisley to provide service and support to the Law and Justice Group as a Law and Justice Data Analyst for the period of February 17, 2018 through February 13, 2021, for an estimated annual cost of 109,104 (Salary - 70,554, Benefits - 38,550).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract and employment

2.
Authorize the County Chief Financial Officer to execute amendments to the contract to extend the contract term for a maximum of two successive one-year periods on behalf of the County, subject to review by County Counsel.

Tagged Passions:contract and finance

3.
Direct the County Chief Financial Officer to transmit all amendments in relation to the contract to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within 30 days of execution.

Tagged Passions:contract and finance

(Presenter: Matthew Erickson, Chief Administrative Analyst, 387-5423)

28)

Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 15-742 with CorrectiveSolutions Holdings, effective February 13, 2018, to decrease the Countys Administrative Fee and add a provision for the return of any remaining funds in the Indigent Offenders Fund to the County. (Presenter: Scott Frymire, Chair, 387-5580)

Library 29)

Tagged Passions:contract, poverty, funding, and library

Approve Amendment No. 1 to Revenue Contract No. 15-120 with the City of Victorville increasing total compensation from 153,372 to 209,472 and exercising the first of two one-year options to extend the contract from March 1, 2018 through February 28, 2019 whereby the County Library will continue to provide library circulation services to the City of Victorville. (Presenter: Michael Jimenez, County Librarian, 387-2220)

30)

Tagged Passions:services, contract, compensation, and library

Approve submission of letter of commitment to participate in the Veterans Connect @ the Library Library Services and Technology Act program to provide veterans services at the Fontana Lewis Library and Technology Center for the period of February 14, 2018 through completion of the grant for a total reimbursement of 8,225. (Presenter: Michael Jimenez, County Librarian, 387-2220)

Museum 31) Authorize the San Bernardino County Museum to accept a donation in the amount of 100,000 from the San Bernardino County Museum Association to be used for museum exhibits and programming, admission underwriting, collections care, staff professional development, and education supplies. (Presenter: Melissa Russo, Director 798-8608) 32)
Tagged Passions:veterans, education, services, Technology, Donation, development, technology, grant, Development, donation, program, and library

1.
Authorize the San Bernardino County Museum to accept a donation in the amount of 12,013.68 from the Boris A. Cherbak and Barbara S. Cherbak Charitable Remainder Unitrust to be used for museum exhibits and educational programming.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Donation and donation

2.
Authorize Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector to adjust appropriation and revenue in the amount of 12,013.68 as detailed in the financial impact section.

(Presenter: Melissa Russo, Director 798-8608) Public Health 33) Approve contract with Norcott Consulting to provide grant writer and consultant services for the Ryan White Part A program, in an amount not to exceed 180,000, for the period of March 1, 2018 through February 28, 2021. (Presenter: Trudy Raymundo, Director, 387-9146) 34)

Tagged Passions:Treasurer, taxes, Taxes, audit, TREASURER, services, contract, health, finance, grant, funding, and program

Approve Amendment No. 2, effective March 1, 2018, to Contract No. 14-100 with the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, increasing the total contract amount by 50,000, from 200,000 to 250,000, and extending the term by one year for the total period of March 1, 2014 through February 28, 2019, for the provision of mental health assessment and counseling services at the Department of Public Health Adelanto and Hesperia Health Centers. (Presenter: Trudy Raymundo, Director, 387-9146)

1.
Accept a grant award from the Association of Food and Drug Officials for the Retail Standards Grant Program, Category 3 Training, in the amount of 2,400, to assist the Department of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health Services in aligning with the United States Food and Drug Administration Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards by reimbursing registration and travel expenses for a National Environmental Health Association conference, for the grant and project period of January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, training, health, travel, grant, environment, drugs, program, and regulation

2.
Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, as the County of San Bernardino Authorizing Official, to execute a Retail Program Standards Grant Program Reimbursement Form within 45 days of the end of the project period for the Category 3 Training grant award, as required by the Association of Food and Drug Officials, on behalf of the County.

Tagged Passions:training, grant, drugs, and program

(Presenter: Trudy Raymundo, Director, 387-9146)

36) Accept a grant award (State Grant Agreement No. 17-10343) from the California Department of Public Health, Immunization Branch, in the amount of 2,673,475, for Immunization Local Assistance funding to support the Department of Public Healths countywide immunization services, for the five-year grant period of July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2022. (Presenter: Trudy Raymundo, Director, 387-9146) 37)
Tagged Passions:services, health, grant, and funding

1.
Approve Contract with Life Skills Awareness in the amount of 578,907 to provide recidivism reduction services for the period of February 14, 2018 through August 15, 2020.

2. Approve Appendix B to Grant Agreement No. BSCC 551-17 indicating agencies providing recidivism reduction services, as required by the Grant Agreement approved by the Board of Supervisors on October 3, 2017.

Tagged Passions:services, contract, and grant

3.
Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to execute and submit any subsequent Appendix B documents indicating additional agencies providing recidivism reduction services, as required by the Grant Agreement approved by the Board of Supervisors on October 3, 2017, subject to review by County Counsel.

Tagged Passions:services and grant

4.
Direct the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to transmit the executed subsequent Appendix B documents to Grant Agreement No. BSCC 551-17 to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within 30 days of execution.

Tagged Passions:grant

(Presenter: Trudy Raymundo, Director, 387-9146)

Public Works-Surveyor 38) Accept and approve Final Map, as certified and recommended by the County Surveyor, and the securities and agreements for Tract No. 19937 (Lennar Homes of California, Inc.), consisting of 12 condominium lots and 14 lettered lots, located northerly of Lytle Creek Wash and southerly of the intersection of Glen Helen Parkway with Interstate Highway 15 in the Devore area. (Presenter: Kevin Blakeslee, Director, 387-7906) Public Works-Transportation 39) Approve agreement with the City of Victorville for the construction, operation and maintenance of a Class 1 multiple use path in the unincorporated Victorville area. (Presenter: Kevin Blakeslee, Director, 387-7906) 40)
Tagged Passions:Public Works, construction, transportation, and public works

1.
Approve the addition of the following three vendors to the list of prequalified vendors that may provide the County road materials on future road projects:

Tagged Passions:streets and materials

a.
Alpha Materials, Inc. (Jurupa Valley, CA)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:materials

b.
Colorado River Indian Tribe DBA Colorado River Sand Rock (Parker, AZ)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:watershed

c.
Matich Corporation (San Bernardino, CA)

No additional detail provided

2.
Authorize the Purchasing Agent to add the vendors identified in Recommendation No. 1 to the existing Master Contract No. 4400003262 for the provision of road materials.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, purchasing, contract, and materials

3.
Approve the Agreement template (Attachment A) which will be made a part of the Master Contract for each vendor identified in Recommendation No. 1.

Tagged Passions:contract

4.
Approve the Agreement (Attachment A) with the Colorado River Indian Tribe DBA Colorado River Sand Rock (Parker, AZ) which will be made a part of the Master Contract.

(Presenter: Kevin Blakeslee, Director, 387-7906) 41) Continue the Emergency Declaration made by the Board of Supervisors (Board) on August 8, 2017 (Item No. 32), that there is substantial evidence that damage to National Trails Highway in the communities of Danby and Essex caused by thunderstorms and flooding in the Mojave Desert on Monday, July 24, 2017, created an emergency pursuant to Public Contract Code section 22050, requiring immediate action to prevent or mitigate the loss or impairment of life, health, property, and essential public services and will not permit a delay resulting from a formal competitive solicitation of bids to repair the damage (Four votes required). (Presenter: Kevin Blakeslee, Director, 387-7906) 42)
Tagged Passions:property, rfp, RFP, services, contract, Public Works, solicitation, trails, watershed, flooding, health, emergency, and public works

Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 16-912 with Falcon Engineering Services, Inc., that increases the contract amount by 59,141.38 from 182,331 to 241,472.38, revises the contract termination date to April 30, 2018, and updates the parties contact information for the construction management services associated with the construction of replacement bridges along National Trails Highway at Dola Ditch and Lanzit Ditch, in the Amboy area. (Presenter: Mazin Kasey, Deputy Director, 387-7906)

43)

Tagged Passions:services, contract, trails, and construction

Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 17-277 with Falcon Engineering Services, Inc. which increases the total contract amount by 93,134.44 from 221,215.85 to 314,350.29, revises the contract termination date from June 30, 2018 to December 31, 2019, provides additional reporting and invoicing requirements, and updates the parties contact information for construction management services for roadway improvements along Needles Highway Segments N and 1A, in the City of Needles. (Presenter: Mazin Kasey, Deputy Director, 387-7906)

44)

Tagged Passions:services, contract, and construction

1.
Approve specifications for the roadway rehabilitation work on the following County roads in the Joshua Tree and Yucca Valley area (Project), as signed and sealed by a registered civil engineer:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and trees

a.
Alta Loma Drive - from 0.07 miles west of Olympic Road east to Quail Springs Road;

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets

b.
Yucca Trail - from 0.03 miles west of La Contenta Road east to 0.07 miles west of Olympic Road;

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and trails

c.
Quail Springs Road - from Alta Loma Drive south to Joshua Tree National Park; and

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, trees, and parks

d.
Aberdeen Drive - from Sage Avenue east to Yucca Mesa Road.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets

2.
Authorize the Director of Public Works to advertise for bids.

(Presenter: Kevin Blakeslee, Director, 387-7906) Purchasing 45)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, purchasing, Public Works, advertising, and public works

Approve Amendment No. 3 to Agreement No. 13-49 to assign the contract for armed and unarmed security guard services from AlliedBarton Security Services LP to Universal Protection Service LP, dba Allied Universal Security Services; to increase the hourly rates highlighted in Exhibit 2; and to extend the agreement for six months to August 31, 2018. (Presenter: Leo Gomez, Purchasing Manager, 387-2063)

46)

Tagged Passions:manager, purchasing, services, contract, rates, and security

Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 13-217 with AshBritt Environmental, Inc. for disaster response services, to update terms and conditions, to replace Attachment A with revised units of measure and descriptions on various line items, to add Attachment B regarding prevailing wage, and to extend the termination date to November 7, 2018. (Presenter: Laurie Rozko, Director, 387-2074)

47)

Tagged Passions:services, contract, and environment

1.
Approve Agreements with Contractors listed in Attachment A for temporary help services to County departments, at fixed rates listed in Attachment B, for the period of March 1, 2018 through February 28, 2023.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services and rates

2.
Authorize the Purchasing Agent to add competitively bid classifications, delete unneeded or replaced classifications, and adjust rates to meet minimum wage requirements.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, purchasing, minimum wage, and rates

(Presenter: Leo Gomez, Purchasing Manager, 387-2063)

48)

Tagged Passions:manager and purchasing

Approve Amendment No. 3 with the following vendors for the provision of uniform rental and laundry services, extending each agreement through March 31, 2019, with no other changes in the contractual provisions.

ARAMARK Uniform Services Agreement 13-86 Prudential Overall Supply Agreement 13-87

Tagged Passions:services and rental

(Presenter: Leo Gomez, Purchasing Manager, 387-2063)

49)

Tagged Passions:manager and purchasing

Approve Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 15-03 with Inland Presort Mailing Services for barcoding, presort, and bulk mail-processing services, at fixed rates, simultaneously exercising both one-year options to extend the contract for two years from January 7, 2018 through January 6, 2020, and to increase the contract by up to 800,000, from a not to exceed amount of 1,200,000 to a not to exceed amount of 2,000,000. (Presenter: Thomas Kamara, Purchasing Operations Administration Manager, 387-2067)

Real Estate Services 50) Approve an approximately 29-year Communications Use Lease with the United States of America, acting through the Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior, for the use of approximately 2,500 square feet of land, including a 324 square foot equipment shelter and a 40-foot tall antenna tower situated thereon, located at Spirit Mountain near Christmas Tree Pass in Nevada, for the operation and maintenance of a County of San Bernardino public safety radio facility, commencing upon full execution of the Communications Use lease through December 31, 2046 for the Information Services Department at no cost to the County. (Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252) 51) Approve a two-year revenue license agreement, with two one-year options to extend the term of the license at Countys sole discretion, with One Internet America, LLC, for the period of March 1, 2018 through February 29, 2020, for approximately 100 square feet of County-owned land in Ontario for total revenue in the amount of 6,000. (Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252) 52)

Tagged Passions:leasing, license, manager, public safety, purchasing, services, contract, Cell tower, Communications, trees, rates, radio, cell tower, equipment, communications, and facility

1.
Adopt a Resolution declaring the conveyance of a non-exclusive easement over County-owned property [portion of Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 1057-201-10] consisting of approximately 21,691 square feet, located in Prado Regional Park, to the City of Chino, is in the public interest; the interest in the land conveyed will not substantially conflict or interfere with the use of the property by the County; and authorize the conveyance of said easement to the City of Chino for a sewer pipeline, upon payment of 9,000 in accordance with Government Code Section 25526.6.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property, Utility, utility, easement, parks, and sewer

2.
Authorize the Chairman of the Board to execute the Easement Deed to the City of Chino upon payment of 9,000.

Tagged Passions:easement

3.
Approve a Right of Entry License to the Chino Preserve Development Corporation for the period from March 5, 2018 to April 20, 2018 for 54,227 square feet of County-owned land located adjacent to the easement area referenced in Recommendation No. 1 to install a sewer pipeline upon payment of 18,880 which includes compensation for use of the property and loss of campsite revenue during construction.

Tagged Passions:property, license, Utility, development, compensation, construction, utility, Development, easement, and sewer

4.
Adopt a finding of exemption under the California Environmental Quality Act and direct the Clerk of the Board to post the Notice of Exemption.

Tagged Passions:environment

5.
Authorize the Director of the Real Estate Services Department to execute any other documents necessary to complete this transaction.

(Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252)
Tagged Passions:services

Real Estate Services-Facilities Management Division

53) 1. Approve a three-year contract with Fujitec America, Inc. in an amount not to exceed 458,820, for the period of March 10, 2018 through March 9, 2021, to provide vertical transportation system maintenance services at 29 county-owned facilities.

Tagged Passions:services, contract, and transportation

2.
Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a Master Blanket Purchase Order with Fujitec America, Inc. for the Real Estate Services Department - Facilities Management Division for unforeseen elevator, escalator and dumbwaiter expenses for a total not to exceed 200,000 for the period of March 10, 2018 through March 9, 2021.

3. Approve a three-year contract with Fujitec America, Inc. in an amount not to exceed 220,500, for the period of March 10, 2018 through March 9, 2021, to provide vertical transportation system maintenance services at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, contract, and transportation

4.
Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a Master Blanket Purchase Order with Fujitec America, Inc. for Arrowhead Regional Medical Center for unforeseen elevator, escalator and dumbwaiter expenses for a total not to exceed 200,000 for the period of March 10, 2018 through March 9, 2021.

(Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252)

Tagged Passions:purchasing

Real Estate Services-Project Management Division

54)

Tagged Passions:services

Approve plans and specifications, and authorize the Deputy Director of the Real Estate Services Department Project Management Division to advertise for competitive bids for the Information Services Department Data Center UPS Upgrades Project Phase III, located at 670 E. Gilbert Street in San Bernardino. (Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252)

55)

Tagged Passions:streets, rfp, RFP, services, and advertising

1.
Approve the following addendums to the bid documents for the Chino Airport Groundwater Assessment Phase V Install Groundwater Monitoring Wells Project:

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and airport

a.
Addendum No. 1 dated December 5, 2017, revised the specifications and bid schedule, and responded to contractor questions.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

b.
Addendum No. 2 dated December 8, 2017, revised the bid opening date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

c.
Addendum No. 3 dated December 21, 2017, revised the bid schedule and bid opening.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

d.
Addendum No. 4 dated January 10, 2018, revised the bid opening date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

e.
Addendum No. 5 dated January 16, 2018, revised bid proposal and bid opening.

2. Award a construction contract in the amount of 1,120,183 to Yellow Jacket Drilling for the Chino Airport Groundwater Assessment Phase V Install Groundwater Monitoring Wells Project.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, construction, and airport

3.
Authorize the Director of the Real Estate Services Department to order any necessary changes or additions in the work being performed under the contract for a total amount not to exceed 68,509 pursuant to Public Contract Code section 20142.

Tagged Passions:services and contract

4.
Authorize the Director of the Real Estate Services Department to accept the work when 100 complete and execute and file the Notice of Completion.

(Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252) 56)
Tagged Passions:services

Approve plans and specifications, and authorize the Assistant Director of the Real Estate Services Department Project Management Division to advertise for competitive bids for the County Government Center Exterior Cleaning Project, located at 385 N. Arrowhead Avenue, San Bernardino. (Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252)

57)

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, services, and advertising

Approve plans and specifications, and authorize the Assistant Director of the Real Estate Services Department Project Management Division to advertise for competitive bids for the Rancho Courthouse Exterior Cleaning Project, located at 8303 Haven Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga. (Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252)

Regional Parks 58)

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, services, advertising, and parks

1.
Approve a Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Victorville for the construction, operation and maintenance of the Mojave Riverwalk Trail partially located within Mojave Narrows Regional Park boundaries, for a term of twenty-five years, whereby the Regional Parks Department will receive 5,000 annually for reimbursement of staff time and an annual amount as compensation for Mojave Riverwalk Trail access.

Tagged Passions:compensation, trails, construction, and parks

2.
Authorizes the Deputy Executive Officer or his/her designee the authority to negotiate the annual compensation amount for the Mojave Riverwalk Trail access, in which the annual negotiated adjustment will not exceed a 20 increase or decrease of the first annual payment of 10,000.

(Presenter: Beahta Davis, Director, 909-387-2340) 59) No Item Risk Management 60) Approve the renewal of the Countys Property Insurance through the California State Association of Counties Excess Insurance Authority, with shared coverage limits of 800 million for all risk exposures, 1.2 billion for flood, 740 million for earthquake, and 750 million for terrorism, for the period of March 31, 2018 through March 31, 2019, for a total premium not to exceed 4,526,000. (Presenter: LeAnna Williams, 386-8621) 61) 1. Find that the private property owned by Apple Valley resident Michael Davis (Davis) was damaged during a controlled burn performed by the Regional Parks Department, and as part of settlement negotiations between the Department of Risk Management and Davis, County agrees to remove tree debris from property at no cost to Davis.

Tagged Passions:property, trees, risk, compensation, trails, flooding, insurance, parks, and settlement

2.
Authorize the Department of Public Works to oversee the debris removal process.

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

3.
Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a Purchase Order to Golden West Arbor Services, Inc. in an amount not to exceed 52,000, with a contingency increase of up to 10 in case of construction delays and/or other unforeseen costs.

4. Approve Project as defined in the Notice of Exemption and direct the Clerk of the Board to file and post the Notice of Exemption. (Presenter: LeAnna Williams, Director, Department of Risk Management) Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator 62)

Tagged Passions:administrator, public safety, purchasing, services, risk, construction, and coroner

1.
Approve the submission of a grant application to the California Governors Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) for funding in the amount of 28,395 under the 2017 Paul Coverdell Forensic Sciences Improvement Grant Program to provide training for the Sheriffs Crime Lab personnel from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018.

Tagged Passions:personnel, public safety, services, training, grant, emergency, funding, program, and crime

2.
Designate the Chief Executive Officer as the official authorized to execute the grant application documents and any subsequent non-substantive amendments necessary on behalf of the County, as required by Cal OES, subject to review by County Counsel.

Tagged Passions:grant

3.
Direct the Chief Executive Officer to transmit all documents and amendments in relation to this application to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within 30 days of execution.

(Presenter: Robert OBrine, Captain, 387-0640) 63) Approve financial aid program agreement with the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Division of Boating and Waterways to accept 412,661.08 from the Boating Safety and Enforcement Financial Aid Program for patrol operations at the Colorado River from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019. (Presenter: Robert OBrine, Captain, 387-0640) 64)
Tagged Passions:boating, watershed, recreation, finance, parks, and program

1.
Approve Amendment No. 1, effective February 13, 2018, to Grant Agreement No. 15-760 from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), National Institute of Justice (NIJ), for the Fiscal Year 2015 DNA Backlog Reduction program, extending the performance period by three months from December 31, 2017 to March 31, 2018, for a new total performance period of January 1, 2016 through March 31, 2018, with no change to the awarded amount of 478,327.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, performance, and program

2.
Authorize the Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator to execute and submit this grant award amendment, as required by the U.S. Department of Justice.

(Presenter: Robert OBrine, Captain, 387-0640) 65)
Tagged Passions:administrator, public safety, grant, and coroner

1.
Approve Revenue Agreement with Hesperia Unified School District for the Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator to provide Mobile Data Computer and Software services for the period of March 1, 2018 through June 30, 2022.

2.
Authorize the Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator to revise and execute Schedules A and B to the Revenue Agreement on an annual basis starting 2018-19 through 2012-22, based on the Board-approved Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator budget for future fiscal years through 2021-22, as required, subject to review by County Counsel.

Tagged Passions:budget, administrator, public safety, and coroner

3.
Direct the Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator to transmit all documents in relation to this revenue agreement to the Clerk of the Board within 30 days of execution.

(Presenter: Robert OBrine, Captain, 387-0640) 66)
Tagged Passions:administrator, public safety, and coroner

1.
Approve Amendment No. 32 to revenue contract No. 94-522 with the City of Highland, for the Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator to provide additional law enforcement services to the City, increasing the contract by 97,901 from the original approved contract cost for 2017-18, from 8,471,722 to 8,569,623, with no change to the service period from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator, public safety, services, contract, and coroner

2.
Authorize the addition of one new regular position classified as Deputy Sheriff, Safety Unit, R16, ( 62,733 - 93,538 annually) needed to fulfill contract law enforcement service levels for the City of Highland.

(Presenter: Robert OBrine, Captain, 387-0640) 67) 1. Approve a three-year Memorandum of Understanding with the Superior Court of San Bernardino County for the Sheriffs Department to provide security services at the Big Bear Courthouse, for the period of January 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020.
Tagged Passions:legal, public safety, services, contract, security, and court

2.
Authorize the Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator, Undersheriff, or Assistant Sheriff to execute non-substantive amendments to the Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of the County subject to County Counsel review.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator, public safety, and coroner

3.
Direct the Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator, Undersheriff, or Assistant Sheriff to transmit all amendments in relation to the Memorandum of Understanding to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within 30 days of execution.

(Presenter: Robert OBrine, Captain, 387-0640) 68)
Tagged Passions:administrator, public safety, and coroner

1.
Approve employment contract with Dr. Scott Luzi to provide services as a part-time Forensic Pathologist effective February 14, 2018 through February 13, 2021, for an estimated annual cost of 51,805 ( 50,700 Salary, 1,105 Benefits).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, contract, and employment

2.
Authorize the Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator, Undersheriff, or Assistant Sheriff to execute amendments to the contract to extend the contract term for a maximum of two successive one-year periods on behalf of the County subject to County Counsel review.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator, public safety, contract, and coroner

3.
Direct the Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator, Undersheriff, or Assistant Sheriff to transmit all amendments in relation to the contracts to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within 30 days of execution.

(Presenter: Robert OBrine, Captain, 387-0640) Special Districts 69)
Tagged Passions:administrator, public safety, contract, and coroner

1.
Accept petition from Lennar Homes of California, Inc., A California Corporation, to annex Assessor Parcel No. 1116-012-04-0000 into Community Facilities District 2006-1 (Lytle Creek North).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property and annexation

2.
Adopt resolution:

No additional detail provided

a.
Declaring the intention of the Board of Supervisors (Board) to annex Assessor Parcel No. 1116-012-04-0000 into Community Facilities District 2006-1 for the purpose of financing certain public services as defined in Exhibit A to Resolution No. 2007-40 adopted by the Board on March 13, 2007.

Tagged Passions:property, annexation, services, Public Works, and public works

b.
Approving the boundary map of the territory proposed to be annexed into Community Facilities District 2006-1.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:annexation

c.
Directing the Clerk of the Board to record the boundary map in the office of the County Recorder within 15 days of adoption of this resolution.

d.
Scheduling April 3, 2018 as the date for a public hearing regarding the proposed annexation into Community Facilities District 2006-1.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:hearing and annexation

e.
Directing the Clerk of the Board to give notice of this public hearing.

(Presenter: Jeffrey O. Rigney, Director, 387-5967) 70)
Tagged Passions:hearing

1.
Approve Addendum No. 1 issued on December 22, 2017; Addendum No. 2 issued on January 5, 2018; and Addendum No. 3 issued on January 19, 2018 to the bid documents for the Lake Gregory Dam Rehabilitation Project (Project), which included a new bid proposal sheet clarifying lump sum line items, revised plan sheets and specifications, additional technical reports, and answered questions from bidders.

2. Award a construction contract to Rockforce Construction, LLC in the amount of 11,385,700 for the Project.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, and construction

3.
Authorize the Director of the Special Districts Department to order any necessary changes or additions to the work performed under the contract for a total amount not to exceed 210,000 pursuant to Public Contract Code section 20142.

Tagged Passions:contract

4.
Authorize the Director of the Special Districts Department to accept the work when 100 complete and execute and file the Notice of Completion.

5.
Authorize the Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector to adjust the 2017-18 budget, as identified in the Financial Impact section, as needed for the Project (Four Votes Required).

(Presenter: Jeffrey O. Rigney, Director, 387-5967) Transitional Assistance 71) Approve an increase of 1,000, from 75,600 to 76,600, to the Human Services imprest fund. (Presenter: Gilbert Ramos, Director, 388-0245)

Tagged Passions:Treasurer, budget, taxes, Taxes, audit, TREASURER, services, and finance

Workforce Development Department

72) Approve travel for March 6, 2018 through March 8, 2018 for Executive Workforce Development Board (WDB) members Phil Cothran, William Sterling, B.J. Patterson, Jon Novack and Anita Tuckerman to attend the 2018 California Workforce Association Day at the Capitol event in Sacramento, CA on March 7, 2018 at an estimated cost of 8,399. (Presenter: Reg Javier, Deputy Executive Officer, 387-4460) 73)

Tagged Passions:development, workforce development, travel, events, workforce, and Development

Approve travel for Workforce Development Board Executive Board members Tony Myrell, Phil Cothran, William Sterling, B.J. Patterson, Jon Novack and Anita Tuckerman to attend the 2018 National Association of Workforce Boards Forum and participate in legislative meetings in Washington D.C. from March 23, 2018 through March 28, 2018, at an estimated cost of 25,242. (Presenter: Reg Javier, Deputy Executive Officer, 387-4460)

SEPARATED ENTITIES Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District 74)
Tagged Passions:development, workforce development, travel, recreation, workforce, Development, and parks

Acting as the governing body of the Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District (BBVRPD), approve revenue contract with Saunderosa, Inc., DBA Captain Johns Fawn Harbor and Marina, for operation of the marina concession at Dana Point Park on the north shore of Big Bear Lake from March 1, 2018 through December 31, 2022, with an option to extend the term for an additional five years, in the aggregate amount of 97,779.20 to BBVRPD over the initial term of the contract. (Presenter: Jeffrey O. Rigney, Director 387-5967)

Board Governed County Service Areas 75)
Tagged Passions:contract, boating, ports, watershed, recreation, and parks

Acting as the governing body of County Service Area 70, Zone W-4 Pioneertown, approve plans and specifications for the Pioneertown Water Pipeline Project and authorize the Special Districts Department to advertise for competitive bids. (Presenter: Jeffrey O. Rigney, Director, 387-5967)

76)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, Utility, advertising, utility, and water

Acting as the governing body of the Board Governed County Service Area D-1 (CSA 70 D-1):

Adopt a Resolution declaring that the conveyance of approximately 4.45 acres of CSA 70 D-1 land in fee [portions of Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 0330-011-42], approximately 0.32 acres of CSA 70 D-1 land in easement for access (portion of APN 0330-011-42), and approximately 1.84 acres of CSA 70 D-1 land in easement for sewer and water pipelines (portions of APN 0330-011-46 and 47), situated along Hospital Road near the intersection of Rouse Ranch Road/Forest Road 2N25 in the unincorporated area of Lake Arrowhead, is in the public interest and that the CSA 70 D-1 owned land to be conveyed in fee is no longer necessary to be retained for the specific uses and purposes of CSA 70 D-1; and authorize the conveyance of approximately 4.45 acres of said land in fee by Grant Deed, approximately 0.32 acres of said land in easement for access by Easement Deed, and approximately 1.84 acres of said land in easement for sewer and water pipelines by Easement Deed to Lake Arrowhead Community Services District in accordance with Government Code Section 25365 and County Policy 12-17 upon payment of 100,000 to CSA 70 D-1 and execution of a utility improvement agreement to install said pipelines (Four votes required). Approve the Purchase and Sale Agreement and Joint Escrow Instructions between CSA 70 D-1 and Lake Arrowhead Community Services District and authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to execute upon closing the Grant Deed for land in fee, the Easement Deed for an access easement, and the Easement Deed for a sewer and water pipeline easement to Lake Arrowhead Community Services District pursuant to Government Code Section 25365 and County Policy 12-17 (Four votes required). Approve the Utility Improvement Agreement between CSA 70 D-1 and Lake Arrowhead Community Services District wherein Lake Arrowhead Community Services District shall, at its sole cost, construct a sewer main pipeline and a water main pipeline on the pipeline easement areas (portions of APN 0330-011-46 and 47) and CSA 70 D-1 shall have the right to connect to the main pipelines without connection or capacity fees to provide sewer and water services to CSA 70 D-1s MacKay Park located to the west of the land to be conveyed in fee and authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to execute the Utility Improvement Agreement upon closing for the fee and easement interests in CSA 70 D-1 land. Authorize the Director of the Real Estate Services Department to execute escrow instructions and any other documents with Lake Arrowhead Community Services District necessary to complete the transaction. Adopt a finding of exemption under the California Environmental Quality Act and direct the Clerk of the Board to post the Notice of Exemption. (Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252) Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino 77)
Tagged Passions:streets, property, purchasing, policy, services, Utility, instruction, hospital, sale, utility, housing, grant, easement, environment, parks, sewer, water, and healthcare

Acting as the governing body of the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino (HACSB):

Award a contract to Hi Desert Gardens Inc. for landscaping, grounds keeping and irrigation maintenance services at HACSBs high desert locations for a two-year term beginning March 1, 2018 through February 28, 2020 in an amount not to exceed 170,000, with two single-year options to extend through February 28, 2022. Award a contract to Landscape West Management Services, Inc. for landscaping, grounds keeping and irrigation maintenance services at HACSBs locations in the southern region of the county for a two-year term beginning March 1, 2018 through February 28, 2020 in an amount not to exceed 780,000, with two single-year options to extend through February 28, 2022.
Tagged Passions:buildings and grounds, services, contract, and housing

(Presenter: Maria Razo, Executive Director, 332-6305)

Inland Counties Emergency Medical Agency 78)

Tagged Passions:emergency

Acting as the governing body of the Inland Counties Emergency Medical Agency, authorize issuance of permit to Big Bear Fire Authority doing business as Big Bear Fire Department to provide Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Aircraft services for the period February 13, 2018 through June 30, 2018. (Presenter: Thomas G. Lynch, EMS Administrator, 388-5823)

San Bernardino County Fire Protection District 79)
Tagged Passions:administrator, EMS, services, emergency, fire departments and districts, and business

Acting as the governing body of the San Bernardino County Fire Protection District:

Find that the Lucerne Valley Fire Station No. 8 Remodel Project is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, Section 15301(e)(1) (Existing Facilities-Additions to Existing Structures). Direct the Clerk of the Board to file and post the Notice of Exemption for the Lucerne Valley Fire Station No. 8 Remodel Project as required under CEQA. Approve plans and specification, and authorize the Assistant Director of the Real Estate Services Department Project Management Division to advertise for the competitive bids for the Lucerne Valley Fire Station No. 8 Remodel, located at 33269 Highway 247 East, Lucerne Valley.

(Presenter: Terry W. Thompson, Director, 387-5252) 80)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, services, advertising, fire departments and districts, and environment

Acting as the governing body of the San Bernardino County Fire Protection District:

Establish the Ambulance Operators Unit as an authorized employee representation unit; Waive the election to determine the exclusive employee organization for the Ambulance Operators Unit; Recognize the San Bernardino County Firefighters, IAFF, Local 935 as the authorized exclusive employee organization for the Ambulance Operators Unit; Authorize the County Administrative Office Labor Relations Unit to commence negotiations on behalf of the San Bernardino County Fire Protection District with the San Bernardino County Firefighters, IAFF, Local 935 for an initial Memorandum of Understanding.
Tagged Passions:recognition, voting, fire departments and districts, and election

(Presenter: Bob Windle, Interim HR Director, 387-5570)

81)

Acting as the governing body of the San Bernardino County Fire Protection District, approve the purchase of an unbudgeted water tender truck in the amount of 370,816 from KME. (Presenter: Mark A. Hartwig, Fire Chief/Fire Warden, 387-5779)

San Bernardino County Flood Control District 82)
Tagged Passions:purchasing, Utility, flooding, utility, transportation, and water

Acting as the governing body of the San Bernardino County Flood Control District (District):

Adopt the Mitigated Negative Declaration and Notice of Determination for the Districts Cucamonga Basins 6, 7, and 8 proposed maintenance project (Project). Approve the Project as defined in the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration. Direct the Clerk of the Board to file the Notice of Determination for the Project.
Tagged Passions:flooding

(Presenter: Kevin Blakeslee, Chief Flood Control Engineer, 387-7906)

83)

Tagged Passions:flooding

Acting as the governing body of the San Bernardino County Flood Control District, approve a Joint Engagement Agreement and Conflict Waiver among the San Bernardino County Flood Control District, the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, and Meyers Nave Riback Silver Wilson, PLC, to share legal fees and costs and provide written informed consent of potential conflicts of interest, and authorize the Chief Flood Control District Engineer to execute the agreement. (Presenter: Kevin Blakeslee, Chief Flood Control Engineer, 387-7906)

84)
Tagged Passions:legal, Utility, flooding, utility, Conservation, and water

Acting as the governing body of the San Bernardino County Flood Control District (District):

Adopt Resolution, as required by the California Governors Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), that designates certain District staff to represent the District on matters pertaining to Federal and State Disaster Reimbursement Claims under Public Law 93-288 as amended by the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act of 1988, and/or state financial assistance under the California Disaster Assistance Act. Authorize the Chief Flood Control Engineer, or the Deputy Director Flood Control, or the Chief of Flood Control Planning/Water Resources Division, or the Chief of Permits/Operations Support Division to execute and file all necessary Federal and State Disaster Reimbursement Claims documentation with Cal OES, for the purpose of obtaining certain financial assistance.
Tagged Passions:services, Utility, flooding, finance, utility, planning, emergency, and water

(Presenter: Kevin Blakeslee, Chief Flood Control Engineer, 387-7906)

MULTIJURISDICTIONAL ITEMS Multijurisdictional Item with the following entities: County of San Bernardino; San Bernardino County Flood Control District 85) 1. Acting as the governing body of the County of San Bernardino:

Tagged Passions:flooding

a.
Approve the Compensation Agreement among the City of Yucaipa Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency and the affected taxing entities, including the County of San Bernardino, for the disposition of certain real property identified by Assessors Parcel Number 0319-061-05, consisting of 0.138 acres in the City of Yucaipa.

Tagged Passions:taxes, property, Taxes, and compensation

b.
Authorize the Chair of the Board of Supervisors, Chief Executive Officer, or the Chief Financial Officer, upon consultation with County Counsel, to execute any non-substantive documents or certificates that may be required to administer or implement the Compensation Agreement.

2. Acting as the governing body of the San Bernardino County Flood Control District:
Tagged Passions:compensation, flooding, and finance

a.
Approve the Compensation Agreement among the City of Yucaipa Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency and the affected taxing entities, including the San Bernardino County Flood Control District, for the disposition of certain real property identified by Assessors Parcel Number 0319-061-05, consisting of 0.138 acres in the City of Yucaipa.

Tagged Passions:taxes, property, Taxes, compensation, and flooding

b.
Authorize the Chair of the Board of Supervisors, Chief Executive Officer, or the Chief Financial Officer, upon consultation with County Counsel, to execute any non-substantive documents or certificates that may be required to administer or implement the Compensation Agreement.

(Presenter: Gary Hallen, Director, 387-4411) 86) 1. Acting as the governing body of the County of San Bernardino (County):
Tagged Passions:compensation and finance

a.
Approve the list of 14 professional services providers, as shown in Exhibit A, as pre-qualified to provide the County with on-call Cultural, Archaeological, Historic, Paleontological Resources services, from February 13, 2018 to June 30, 2020, for future transportation and solid waste projects.

Tagged Passions:services, Utility, utility, historic, transportation, and solid waste

b.
Approve the list of 13 professional services providers, as shown in Exhibit B, as pre-qualified to provide the County with on-call Cultural, Archaeological, Historic, Paleontological Resources services, from February 13, 2018 to June 30, 2020, for future transportation projects that are federally funded through the State Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and subject to the requirements identified in the Caltrans Local Assistance Procedures Manual.

Tagged Passions:services, procedure, historic, and transportation

c.
Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a separate Purchase Order to each qualified vendor from Exhibit A, as needed, for an annual contract amount that does not exceed 100,000 per vendor, from February 13, 2018 to June 30, 2020, utilizing a Purchase Order and contract template (Attachment 1) for the on-call Cultural, Archaeological, Historic, Paleontological Resources services.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, contract, and historic

d.
Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a separate Purchase Order to each qualified vendor from Exhibit B, as needed, for an annual contract amount that does not exceed 150,000 per vendor, from February 13, 2018 to June 30, 2020, utilizing a Purchase Order and contract template (Attachment A) for the on-call Cultural, Archaeological, Historic, Paleontological Resources services.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, contract, and historic

e.
Approve the contract template (Attachment 1) for the professional services providers identified in a) of this Recommendation No. 1, which will be attached to the Purchase Order, and which provides additional contract terms and conditions for on-call Cultural, Archaeological, Historic, Paleontological Resources services.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, contract, and historic

f.
Approve the contract template (Attachment A) for the professional services providers identified in b) of this Recommendation No. 1, which will be attached to the Purchase Order, and which provides additional contract terms and conditions for on-call Cultural, Archaeological, Historic, Paleontological Resources services.

2. Acting as the governing body of the San Bernardino County Flood Control District (District):
Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, contract, flooding, and historic

a.
Approve the list of 14 professional services providers, as shown in Exhibit A, as pre-qualified to provide the District with on-call Cultural, Archaeological, Historic, Paleontological Resources services, from February 13, 2018 to June 30, 2020, for future flood control projects.

Tagged Passions:services, flooding, and historic

b.
Authorize the Purchasing Department to issue a separate Purchase Order to each qualified vendor from Exhibit A, as needed, for an annual contract amount that does not exceed 100,000 per vendor from February 13, 2018 to June 30, 2020, utilizing a Purchase Order and contract template (Attachment A-1) for the on-call Cultural, Archaeological, Historic, Paleontological Resources services.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, contract, and historic

c.
Approve the contract template (Attachment A-1) for the professional services providers identified in a) of this Recommendation No. 2, which will be attached to the Purchase Order, and which provides additional contract terms and conditions for on-call Cultural, Archaeological, Historic, Paleontological Resources services.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, contract, and historic

(Presenter: Kevin Blakeslee, Director/Chief Flood Control Engineer, 387-7906)

Multijurisdictional Item with the following entities: County of San Bernardino; San Bernardino County Flood Control District; San Bernardino County Fire Protection District 87) 1. Acting as the governing body of the County of San Bernardino, approve Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the County of San Bernardino, through its Department of Public Works Transportation (Department), the San Bernardino County Flood Control District (District), and the San Bernardino County Fire Protection District Hazardous Materials Division (SBCFPD) pertaining to incident response involving hazardous materials within County Maintained Road System (CMRS) or District right-of-way from February 13, 2018 through June 30, 2023. 2. Acting as the governing body of the District, approve MOU between the District, the Department, and SBCFPD pertaining to incident response involving hazardous materials within CMRS or District right-of-way from February 13, 2018, through June 30, 2023. 3. Acting as the governing body of the SBCFPD, approve MOU between SBCFPD, the Department, and the District pertaining to incident response involving hazardous materials within CMRS or District right-of-way from February 13, 2018, through June 30, 2023. (Presenter: Mark A. Hartwig, Fire Chief/Fire Warden, 387-5779) DISCUSSION CALENDAR Board of Supervisors 88) Action on Consent Calendar PUBLIC COMMENT

Tagged Passions:streets, Public Works, flooding, hazardous materials, materials, transportation, and public works

In accordance with County Code section 12.0101, any member of the public may address the Board on any matter not on the agenda that is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board.

DISCUSSION CALENDAR (cont'd) Board of Supervisors 89)

Deferred Items

Land Use Services 90)
Tagged Passions:services

1.
Conduct a public hearing for an appeal of the Planning Commission approval of a Conditional Use Permit to establish a radio broadcast facility on 38.12 acres in the community of Oak Glen.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:hearing, boards and commissions, radio, planning, and facility

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