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Regular Meeting: Presentations and Closed Session

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

S.
Joseph Simitian, District 5, President

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Jeffrey V. Smith

Cindy Chavez, District 2, Vice President County Executive

Mike Wasserman, District 1

Dave Cortese, District 3 James R. Williams

Ken Yeager, District 4 County Counsel Megan Doyle

Clerk of the Board

AGENDA Regular Meeting: Presentations and Closed Session

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' CHAMBERS

County Government Center 70 West Hedding Street, 1st floor, San Jose, CA Tel. (408) 299-5001 Fax (408) 938-4525 TDD (408) 993-8272

SANTA CLARA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SPECIAL DISTRICTS THE FIRE DISTRICTS FINANCING AUTHORITY PUBLIC AUTHORITY OF SANTA CLARA COUNTY

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VECTOR CONTROL DISTRICT

SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 2-3 COUNTY LIGHTING SERVICE AREA
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Notice to the Public - Meeting Procedures -- The Board of Supervisors may take other actions relating to the issues as may be determined following consideration of the

matter and discussion of the recommended actions.

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-- Language interpretation services are available. Please contact the Office of the Clerk of the Board at 408-299-5001 no less than

three business days prior to the meeting to request an interpreter. -- All reports and supporting material are available for review on the internet at www.sccgov.iqm2.com and in the Office of the
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Clerk of the Board of Supervisors the Thursday, Friday, and Monday before the meeting. This information is also available on the

table in the rear of the Board Chambers the day of the meeting.

-- Any disclosable public records related to an open session item on a regular meeting agenda and distributed by the County to all

or a majority of the Board of Supervisors (or any other commission, or board or committee) less than 72 hours prior to that meeting are available for public inspection at the Office of the Clerk of the Board, 70 West Hedding Street, 10th Floor, during normal business hours.
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-- Persons wishing to address the Board on a regularly scheduled item on the agenda are requested to complete a request to speak

form and place it in the tray located near the speaker's podium for the purpose of the record. (Government Code Section 54953.3). Individual speakers will be called to the podium by the President and are requested to limit their comments to the time specified by the President. The Board shall provide at least twice the allotted time to members of the public who utilize interpreters or translators, unless simultaneous translation equipment is used. Groups of speakers on a specific item are asked to limit their total

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presentation to a maximum of twenty minutes for each side of the issue. NOTE: The President may limit the number or duration of

speakers on a matter. (Rules of the Board, Section 18)

-- Persons wishing to use the County s systems to present audio/video materials when addressing the Board must provide the materials to the Office of the Clerk of the Board at least two business days in advance of the meeting. Speakers with audio/video

materials must adhere to the same time limits as other speakers and will not be granted additional time to address the Board. The

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County does not guarantee the ability to present audio/video material, and the President may limit or prohibit the use of the

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County s systems for the presentation of such material.

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-- Items that contain ordinance proposals may be adopted on the Consent Calendar. The title of an ordinance as listed on the

agenda is incorporated and read into the record of proceeding for the agenda item. Agenda Board of Supervisors, County of Santa Clara Page 2 of 4
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-- In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Brown Act, those requiring accommodation for this meeting

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should notify the Clerk of the Board's Office 24 hours prior to the meeting at (408) 299-5001, TDD (408) 993-8272.

COMMUTE ALTERNATIVES: The Board of Supervisors encourages the use of commute alternatives including bicycles,

carpooling, and hybrid vehicles. Public transit access is available to and from the County Government Center, 70 West Hedding St., San Jose, California by VTA bus lines 61, 62, 66, 181 and Light Rail. For trip planning information, visit www.vta.org or contact the VTA Customer Service Department at 408-321-2300. Bicycle parking racks are available in the James McEntee, Sr., Plaza in front of the County Government Center building. Opening
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1.
Roll Call.

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2.
Public Comment.

This item is reserved for persons desiring to address the Board on any matter not on this

agenda or for closed session items. Members of the public who wish to address the Board should complete a request to speak form and place it in the tray near the podium. The President will call individuals to the podium in turn. Speakers are limited to the

following: three minutes if the Board President or designee determines that five or fewer

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persons wish to address the Board; two minutes if the Board President or designee

determines that between six and fourteen persons wish to address the Board; and one

minute if the Board President or designee determines that fifteen or more persons wish

to address the Board. The law does not permit Board action or extended discussion of

any item not on the agenda except under special circumstances. If Board action is

requested, the Board may place the matter on a future agenda. Statements that require a response may be referred to staff for reply in writing.

3.
Announcement prior to recess to closed session.

Closed Session

4.
Closed Session Items.

Time Certain - to be Heard No Earlier than 4:00 p.m.

5.
Reconvene into open session to occur no earlier than 4:00 p.m.

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6.
Pledge of Allegiance.

7. Consider recommendations relating to certificates of appreciation, commendations and proclamations.

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Adopt Proclamation declaring the week of April 8-14, 2018 as Communications

Dispatchers Week in Santa Clara County. (Simitian) (ID 90729)

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b.
Adopt Commendations for Milpitas Police Department Officer Nathan Brasil,

Santa Clara Police Department Officer Samuel Miceli, Campbell Police Department Officer Maggie Leitz, Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety Officer Anthony Sult, Palo Alto Police Department Agent Robert Parham, Morgan Hill

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Police Department Sergeant Troy Hoefling, California Highway Patrol Officer

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Police Department Officer Teddy Davis, San Jose Police Department Officer

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Jeremy Martinez, and San Jose Police Department Officer Joe Campagna for their

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service to the community and selecting them as the 2017 Crisis Intervention Team

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Officers of the Year. (Behavioral Health Services Department) (ID 90741)

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c.
Approve Certificates of Appreciation to Employee Excellence Award Honorees for

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April 2018. (ID 90713)

Ceremonial Presentations

8.
Present Commendations and Proclamations.

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a.
Present Proclamation declaring the week of April 8-14, 2018 as Communications

Dispatchers Week in Santa Clara County. (President)

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b.
Present Commendations for Milpitas Police Department Officer Nathan Brasil,

Santa Clara Police Department Officer Samuel Miceli, Campbell Police Department Officer Maggie Leitz, Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety Officer Anthony Sult, Palo Alto Police Department Agent Robert Parham, Morgan Hill

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Police Department Sergeant Troy Hoefling, California Highway Patrol Officer

Brent Doiguchi, California Highway Patrol Officer Michael Rubino, San Jose

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Police Department Officer Teddy Davis, San Jose Police Department Officer

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Jeremy Martinez, and San Jose Police Department Officer Joe Campagna for their

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service to the community and selecting them as the 2017 Crisis Intervention Team

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Officers of the Year. (President)

9.
Present Certificates of Appreciation to Employee Excellence Award Honorees for April

2018.

a.
Ryan Allen Diatte, Fleet Service Mechanic, Facilities and Fleet Department

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b.
Pablo Gauna, Account Clerk II, Finance Agency

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c.
Angela Garcia, Lead Legal Clerk, Office of the District Attorney

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d.
Ruth Cote, Deputy Sheriff, Office of the Sheriff

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e.
Maria Solis, Eligibility Worker III, Social Services Agency

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f.
James Walter, Health Center Manager, Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital

System

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g.
Jennifer Cammisa, Patient Businesses Service Clerk, Santa Clara Valley Health and

Hospital System

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h.
Jose Luis Chirino, Vector Control Technician II, Consumer Environmental

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Franchesca Perez, Senior Park Maintenance Worker, Department of Parks and

Recreation Closing

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