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COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 1

COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REGULAR MEETING MEETING AGENDA TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2018, 9:00 AM BOARD OF SUPERVISORS NORTH CHAMBER ROOM 310 1600 PACIFIC HIGHWAY, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Order Of Business
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A.
Roll Call

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B.
Invocation

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C.
Pledge of Allegiance

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D.
Presentation or Announcement of Proclamations and Awards

Tagged Passions:recognition

E.
Public Communication: Opportunity for members of the public to speak to the Board on any subject matter within the Board s jurisdiction but not an item on today s agenda.

F. Approval of the Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for the meetings of May 8, 2018 and May 15, 2018; Air Pollution Control Board meeting of May 16, 2018; Flood Control District meeting of April 25, 2018; In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority meeting of May 8, 2018; Redevelopment Successor Agency meeting of January 9, 2018; and, Sanitation District meeting of May 8, 2018.

Tagged Passions:flooding, services, and solid waste

G.
Formation of Consent Calendar

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H.
Discussion Items

NOTICE: THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY TAKE ANY ACTION WITH RESPECT TO THE ITEMS INCLUDED ON THIS AGENDA. RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY COUNTY STAFF DO NOT LIMIT ACTIONS THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY TAKE. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC SHOULD NOT RELY UPON THE RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE BOARD LETTER AS DETERMINATIVE OF THE ACTION THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY TAKE ON A PARTICULAR MATTER.

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Supporting documentation and attachments for items listed on this agenda can be viewed online at http://www.sdcounty.ca.gov/cob/bosa/ or in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors at the County Administration Center, 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 402, San Diego, CA 92101.

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Board of Supervisors' Agenda Items

Category Subject Public Safety 1. DISTRICT ATTORNEY - GRANT APPLICATIONS, ACCEPTANCE OF GRANT FUNDS AND RESOLUTIONS FOR INSURANCE FRAUD PROGRAMS [FUNDING SOURCES: STATE OF CALIFORNIA, DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE, EXISTING GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE FOR NON-REIMBURSABLE INDIRECT COSTS]
Tagged Passions:legal, public safety, insurance, funding, grant, and program

2.
SHERIFF - LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTRACT WITH THE GROSSMONT-CUYAMACA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT [FUNDING SOURCE: REVENUE FROM THE GROSSMONT-CUYAMACA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT]

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Tagged Passions:university, contract, public safety, and funding

3.
SHERIFF - AUTHORIZATION TO EXERCISE A CONTRACT OPTION TO MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS CONTRACT FOR THE REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT OF THE PALA SITE AND FACILITY [FUNDING SOURCES: PUBLIC SAFETY GENERAL FUND FUND BALANCE AND REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM REPLACEMENT TRUST FUND]

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, public safety, development, Communications, communications, funding, facility, and Development

4.
SHERIFF - LAW ENFORCEMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE BARONA BAND OF MISSION INDIANS [FUNDING SOURCE: REVENUE FROM THE BARONA BAND OF MISSION INDIANS]

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety and funding

5.
SHERIFF - REVENUE AGREEMENT WITH THE SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT FOR THE FUNDING OF AN EMERGENCY VEHICLE OPERATIONS COURSE [FUNDING SOURCES: SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT, CITY OF SAN DIEGO, PROPOSITION 172 SPECIAL REVENUE FUND, AND PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP GENERAL FUND FUND BALANCE]

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Tagged Passions:university, public safety, funding, and emergency

6.
SHERIFF - RATIFY ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS FROM THE SAN DIEGO HONORARY DEPUTY SHERIFF S ASSOCIATION AND MS. ELSIE JOHNSTONE

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety, Donation, and donation

7.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE AUTHORITY - ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITIES FOR EXPENDITURE CONTRACTS, REVENUE AGREEMENTS, AND GRANTS

Health and 8. ALLOCATE UP TO 10 MILLION TO THE SPECIAL NEEDS Human Services HOUSING PROGRAM FOR PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING [FUNDING SOURCE: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT (MHSA)]

Tagged Passions:health, contract, services, mental health, funding, grant, housing, and program

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9.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORIZATION FOR COMPETITIVE SOLICITATIONS AND AMENDMENT OF CONTRACTS [FUNDING SOURCES: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT (MHSA), REALIGNMENT, AND FEDERAL FINANCIAL PARTICIPATION (FFP)]

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Tagged Passions:health, solicitation, contract, services, mental health, funding, and finance

10.
MADDY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES FUND

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Tagged Passions:services and emergency

11.
DONATIONS TO THE HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2017 TO THE A.B. AND JESSIE POLINSKY CHILDREN S CENTER AND CHILD WELFARE SERVICES

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Tagged Passions:health, services, Donation, and donation

Community 12. NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: Services SOUTHEASTERN LIVE WELL CENTER - ACQUISITION OF 4.06 ACRES OF VACANT LAND FOR NEW LIVE WELL CENTER FACILITY (JACOBS CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD INNOVATION WEST SIDE CREEK, LLC) - AUTHORIZATION TO ADVERTISE AND AWARD A DESIGN-BUILD CONTRACT [FUNDING SOURCE: AVAILABLE PRIOR YEAR GENERAL FUND FUND BALANCE]

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Tagged Passions:contract, hearing, services, advertising, funding, facility, and neighborhood

13.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE AUTHORITY - NEW LEASE FOR TRAINING FACILITY IN RANCHO SAN DIEGO [FUNDING SOURCE: EXISTING GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE] (4 VOTES)

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Tagged Passions:leasing, training, funding, and facility

14.
ADOPT A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ACCIDENT REPAIR-SHERIFF INTERNAL SERVICE FUND (ISF) CLOSURE (4 VOTES)

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Tagged Passions:public safety

15.
PURCHASING AND CONTRACTING - ESTABLISH A TWO-STEP BEST VALUE AWARD PROCESS FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Financial and 16. NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 5) General [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL FUND FUND BALANCE] Government (4 VOTES)

Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, funding, grant, construction, neighborhood, program, and finance

17.
NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 2) [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL FUND FUND BALANCE]

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, neighborhood, and program

18.
NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM ALLOCATIONS (DISTRICT: 1) [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL FUND FUND BALANCE] (4 VOTES)

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Tagged Passions:funding, neighborhood, and program

19.
NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 4) [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL FUND FUND BALANCE] (4 VOTES)

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, neighborhood, and program

20.
ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 21.311 OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE SHERIFF S BUSINESS REGULATIONS FOR TAXICAB INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

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Tagged Passions:public safety, ordinance, insurance, regulation, and business

21.
ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCES: AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE CODE AND A RESOLUTION ORDERING THE DISSOLUTION OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION (05/15/2018 - FIRST READING; 06/19/2018 - SECOND READING) [FUNDING SOURCES: COMBINATION OF GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUES AND VARIOUS PROGRAM REVENUES]

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, ordinance, compensation, funding, and program

Communications 22. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED Received

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Tagged Passions:Communications and communications

Appointments 23. APPOINTMENTS: VARIOUS

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1.
SUBJECT: DISTRICT ATTORNEY - GRANT APPLICATIONS, ACCEPTANCE OF GRANT FUNDS AND RESOLUTIONS FOR INSURANCE FRAUD PROGRAMS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:legal, insurance, funding, grant, and program

OVERVIEW The District Attorney s Office has long leveraged grant funding to support the operation of a number of Insurance Fraud programs that have been consistently recognized for their excellence. This is a request to authorize the District Attorney to apply for and accept five grant applications from the State of California, Department of Insurance in the estimated amount of 12,811,429, and to adopt resolutions for Fiscal Year 2018-19. The Workers Compensation Insurance Fraud Program ( 6,460,507), Automobile Insurance Fraud Program ( 2,923,965), Disability and Healthcare Insurance Fraud Program ( 1,537,043), Organized Automobile Fraud Activity Interdiction Program ( 1,448,907), and Life and Annuity Consumer Protection Program ( 441,007) awards are for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019. If awarded, the District Attorney will return to the Board of Supervisors for authorization to appropriate funds as necessary.

This is also a request to authorize the District Attorney to apply for and accept grant funding for these five grant programs from the State of California, Department of Insurance in subsequent years if there are no material changes to the grant terms and funding levels. If authorized, the District Attorney will return to the Board of Supervisors for authorization to appropriate any awarded grant funds as necessary. RECOMMENDATION(S) DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Tagged Passions:transportation, disability, legal, recognition, compensation, insurance, funding, healthcare, grant, and program

1.
Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery which requires full cost recovery of grants and to the extent it requires separate applications for authority to apply for and accept grants.

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Tagged Passions:contract, policy, and grant

2.
Authorize the District Attorney to apply for and accept grant funds in the estimated amount of 12,811,429 if awarded and there are no material changes to the grant terms and funding levels from the State of California, Department of Insurance for the Workers Compensation Insurance Fraud Program ( 6,460,507), Automobile Insurance Fraud Program ( 2,923,965), Disability and Healthcare Insurance Fraud Program ( 1,537,043), Organized Automobile Fraud Activity Interdiction Program ( 1,448,907) and Life and Annuity Consumer Protection Program ( 441,007), for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, and in subsequent years provided there are no material changes to the grant terms or funding level.

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Tagged Passions:transportation, disability, legal, compensation, insurance, funding, healthcare, grant, and program

3.
Authorize the District Attorney to review and execute all required or related grant

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Tagged Passions:legal and grant

documents for the Workers Compensation Insurance Fraud Program, Automobile Insurance Fraud Program, Disability and Healthcare Insurance Fraud Program, Organized Automobile Fraud Activity Interdiction Program, and Life and Annuity Consumer Protection Program for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, and in subsequent years provided there are no material changes to the grant terms or funding level. This authorization would include agreements for the distribution of grant funds where necessary to carry out the purposes of each grant and any annual extension, amendments, and/or revisions thereof that do not materially impact or alter the services or funding level.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 2 4. Adopt a resolution entitled A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO THE WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE FRAUD PROGRAM. 5. Adopt a resolution entitled A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO THE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD PROGRAM. 6. Adopt a resolution entitled A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO THE DISABILITY AND HEALTHCARE INSURANCE FRAUD PROGRAM. 7. Adopt a resolution entitled A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO THE ORGANIZED AUTOMOBILE FRAUD ACTIVITY INTERDICTION PROGRAM. 8. Adopt a resolution entitled A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO THE LIFE AND ANNUITY CONSUMER PROTECTION PROGRAM. FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2018-19 CAO Recommended Operational Plan in the District Attorney s Office. If approved and awarded, this request will result in Fiscal Year 2018-19 costs and revenue of 13,476,040. The funding sources are 12,811,429 from the State of California, Department of Insurance, and an estimated 664,611 of existing General Purpose Revenue for non-reimbursable indirect costs. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.
Tagged Passions:transportation, disability, legal, services, compensation, insurance, funding, healthcare, grant, and program

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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2.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTRACT WITH THE GROSSMONT-CUYAMACA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT (DISTRICT: 2)

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Tagged Passions:university, contract, and public safety

OVERVIEW On August 6, 2013 (3), the Board of Supervisors approved a five-year revenue contract between the County of San Diego and the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District (GCCCD). The current agreement expires on June 30, 2018 and the GCCCD has requested a new contract with the Sheriff's Department for law enforcement services on their two campuses.

This is a request to approve the execution of a five-year revenue contract between the County of San Diego, through the Sheriff's Department, and the GCCCD for law enforcement services for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2023 and to waive Board Policy B-29 requirement of docketing Revenue Contracts with the Board at least 60 days prior to effective date of the contract.
Tagged Passions:university, contract, public safety, policy, and services

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RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF
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1.
Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery that requires docketing Revenue Contracts with the board at least 60 days prior to effective date of the contract.

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Tagged Passions:contract, policy, and grant

2.
Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to accept and execute upon receipt a

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five-year revenue contract between the County of San Diego and the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2023.

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Tagged Passions:university and contract

3.
Authorize the Sheriff to execute all required contract documents, including any

extensions, amendments or revisions thereto that do not materially impact either the program or funding level. FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2018-19 CAO Recommended Operational Plan for the Sheriff's Department. If approved, this request will result in Fiscal Year 2018-19 costs and revenue of 1,417,264 which includes certain overhead costs. The funding source is revenue from the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District. Subsequent year costs and revenues will reflect actual costs for these services in each year of the contract and will be included in future year Operational Plans. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no increase in staff years.

Tagged Passions:university, contract, public safety, services, funding, and program

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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3.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - AUTHORIZATION TO EXERCISE A CONTRACT OPTION TO MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS CONTRACT FOR THE REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT OF THE PALA SITE AND FACILITY (DISTRICT: 5)

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Tagged Passions:contract, public safety, development, Communications, communications, facility, and Development

OVERVIEW On June 9, 2015 (1), the Board of Supervisors authorized the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a request for proposal and award a contract or contracts for the procurement, implementation, support and optional financing of a Next Generation Regional Communications System (NextGen RCS).

On June 27, 2016, the County awarded a contract to Motorola Solutions, Inc. The NextGen RCS project is divided into three phases: Phase One provides for planning and system design; Phase Two implements contractor recommendations for the equipment, software, and services to upgrade the technology at existing RCS facilities; and Phase Three consists of any necessary development or construction of new RCS sites and facilities or expansion of existing facilities. Phase Three is divided into subphases for each individual site. If the development of new sites or the expansion of existing sites is required, once these sites have undergone environmental review, staff will return to the Board of Supervisors for approval to proceed with the Phase Three subphase. The Phase Three subphases are optional and may only be exercised by the County. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 4 This is a request to authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to exercise a contract option for a Phase Three subphase to construct a new NextGen RCS radio site and facility in the Pala area.
Tagged Passions:expansion, contract, purchasing, services, Technology, information technology, development, Communications, radio, communications, equipment, sites, technology, facility, planning, construction, Development, environment, and Information Technology

RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF 1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15303, New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures, of the CEQA Guidelines.

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Tagged Passions:public safety, construction, and environment

2.
Authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to exercise an option for a Phase Three subphase of the RCS Replacement Contract, No. 553982, with Motorola Solutions, Inc. for the Pala Regional Communications System (RCS) site facility.

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Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, Communications, communications, and facility

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for the Pala Regional Communication System site facility project are included in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Operational Plan in the Justice Facility Construction Fund for Capital Project 1019587, Regional Communications System (RCS) Upgrade. The funding sources are Public Safety General Fund fund balance ( 28,976,039) and Regional Communications System Replacement Trust Fund ( 6,900,000). Total project costs for the RCS Upgrade are estimated to be 35,867,039. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

4.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - LAW ENFORCEMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE BARONA BAND OF MISSION INDIANS (DISTRICT: 2)

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Tagged Passions:public safety

OVERVIEW On September 27, 2011 (1), the Board of Supervisors approved a five-year revenue contract between the County of San Diego and the Barona Band of Mission Indians for supplemental law enforcement services in and around the Barona Indian Reservation for the period of July 1, 2011, through June 30, 2016. This contract was extended for two, one-year terms ending July 31, 2018, under the authority granted to the Chief Administrative Officer in Board Policy B-29. The Barona Band of Mission Indians has requested a new contract with the Sheriff's Department.

This is a request to approve the execution of a five-year revenue contract between the County of San Diego, through the Sheriff's Department, and the Barona Band of Mission Indians for supplemental law enforcement services in and around the Barona Indian Reservation, for the period of August 1, 2018 through June 30, 2023 and to waive Board Policy B-29 requirement of docketing Revenue Contracts with the Board at least 60 days prior to effective date of the contract. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 5 RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF
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1.
Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery that requires docketing Revenue Contracts with the Board at least 60 days prior to effective date of the contract.

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Tagged Passions:contract, policy, and grant

2.
Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to accept and execute upon receipt a

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five-year revenue contract between the County of San Diego and the Barona Band of Mission Indians for supplemental law enforcement services in and around the Barona Indian Reservation for the period of August 1, 2018 through June 30, 2023.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, public safety, and services

3.
Authorize the Sheriff to execute all required contract documents, including any

extensions, amendments or revisions thereof that do not materially impact either the program or funding level. FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Operational Plan for the Sheriff's Department. If approved, this request will result in Fiscal Year 2018-19 costs and revenue of 272,873 which includes certain overhead costs. The funding source is revenue from the Barona Band of Mission Indians. Subsequent year costs and revenues will reflect actual costs for these services in each year of the contract and will be included in future year Operational Plans for the Sheriff s Department. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no increase in staff years.

Tagged Passions:contract, public safety, services, funding, and program

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

5.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - REVENUE AGREEMENT WITH THE SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT FOR THE FUNDING OF AN EMERGENCY VEHICLE OPERATIONS COURSE (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:university, public safety, funding, and emergency

OVERVIEW On May 15, 2018 (10) the Board of Supervisors set a hearing to approve the purchase of a parcel in East Otay Mesa on which the County plans to construct an Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC). The San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) operates the San Diego Regional Public Safety Training Institute (Academy), which provides training to recruits from law enforcement agencies throughout San Diego County. SDCCD requires an EVOC facility to teach emergency vehicle operations and is willing to contribute to the cost of the construction. In exchange, the SDCCD will receive priority scheduling of its Regional Academy courses and the right of first refusal to purchase the EVOC parcel at Fair Market Value if the County decides to sell the property.

This is a request to approve the execution of a fifty (50) year revenue contract between the County of San Diego, through the Sheriff's Department, and the SDCCD, for a one-time payment of 5,000,000 to be used for the acquisition and construction of an EVOC. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 6 RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF
Tagged Passions:property, university, contract, hearing, public safety, purchasing, training, market, facility, construction, and emergency

1.
Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to accept and execute upon receipt a fifty (50) year revenue contract between the County of San Diego and the San Diego Community College District for the period of August 20, 2018 through August 19, 2068.

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Tagged Passions:university and contract

2.
Authorize the Sheriff to execute all required contract documents, including any extensions, amendments or revisions thereto that do not materially impact either the program or funding level.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Operational Plan in the Justice Facility Construction Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1020251, Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC). Total project cost is 26,000,000. The funding sources are San Diego Community College District ( 5,000,000), City of San Diego ( 5,000,000), Proposition 172 Special Revenue Fund ( 5,000,000), and Public Safety Group General Fund fund balance ( 11,000,000). There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:university, contract, public safety, capital spending, Capital Spending, funding, facility, construction, emergency, and program

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

6.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - RATIFY ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS FROM THE SAN DIEGO HONORARY DEPUTY SHERIFF S ASSOCIATION AND MS. ELSIE JOHNSTONE (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW County of San Diego Administrative Code Article III, Section 66 Acceptance of Gifts and Board of Supervisors Policy A-112, Acceptance and Use of Gifts and Donations, permit the acceptance of gifts by the administrative heads of each department in the County, subject to approval by the Board of Supervisors. This is a request to ratify the acceptance of donations from the San Diego Honorary Deputy Sheriff s Association for equipment valued at 556,918, and 25,000 from Ms. Elsie Johnstone for the Sheriff s Canine Unit. RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF 1. In accordance with County of San Diego Administrative Code Article III, Section 66 Acceptance of Gifts and Board of Supervisors Policy A-112, Acceptance and Use of Gifts and Donations, ratify the acceptance of equipment valued at 556,918 from the San Diego Honorary Deputy Sheriff s Association and a 25,000 donation from Ms. Elsie Johnstone for the Sheriff s Canine Unit.

Tagged Passions:public safety, policy, Donation, equipment, and donation

2.
Authorize the Chair of the Board of Supervisors to sign letters of appreciation on behalf of the Board of Supervisors and the County of San Diego to the San Diego Honorary Deputy Sheriff s Association and Ms. Elsie Johnstone.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 7 FISCAL IMPACT Funds of 25,000 for Canine Unit are included in the Fiscal Year 2018-19 CAO Recommended Operational Plan for the Sheriff s Department. If approved, this request will ratify the acceptance of donations from Ms. Elsie Johnstone ( 25,000) and the San Diego Honorary Deputy Sheriff s Association (equipment valued at 556,918). All future costs associated with the donations such as, but not limited to, annual maintenance, training, medical expenses and supplies will be funded by the Sheriff s Department and included in future years Operational Plan for the department. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.
Tagged Passions:public safety, Donation, training, equipment, funding, and donation

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

7.
SUBJECT: SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE AUTHORITY - ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITIES FOR EXPENDITURE CONTRACTS, REVENUE AGREEMENTS, AND GRANTS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW Since 2008, the Board has taken significant steps to improve fire and emergency medical services in the unincorporated areas of the county. This is a request to authorize several administrative actions that will facilitate additional progress towards improving fire and emergency medical services within both the San Diego County Fire Authority (SDCFA) and its partner agencies.

Tagged Passions:contract, services, grant, and emergency

Today s actions will authorize administrative authorities for expenditure contracts and revenue agreements with fire service agencies to improve fire protection and emergency medical services. Today s actions will also authorize the San Diego County Fire Authority to apply for grants to improve fire prevention and protection services.

Tagged Passions:contract, services, grant, and emergency

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1.
In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with Fire Protection Districts, Water Districts, Cities, Joint Powers Agencies/Authorities, and recognized Tribal Governments and, subject to successful negotiations and a determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract or contracts for fire and emergency medical services and operating goods through June 30, 2023, and to amend the contract or contracts as needed to reflect changes to requirements and funding.

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Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, contract, purchasing, policy, recognition, services, funding, water, and emergency

2.
Authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to execute revenue agreements with Fire Protection Districts, Water Districts, Cities, Joint Powers Agencies/Authorities, and recognized Tribal Governments for County-provided fire and emergency medical services.

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, recognition, services, water, and emergency

3.
Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery, which requires prior approval of grant applications and full cost recovery for grants.

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Tagged Passions:contract, policy, and grant

4.
Authorize SDCFA through June 30, 2023 to continue to pursue grant funding and submit grant applications to improve fire prevention and protection in the unincorporated areas of the County.

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Tagged Passions:funding and grant

5.
Authorize the Director of SDCFA to execute all required grant documents, including any annual extensions, amendments, and/or revisions thereto that do not materially impact or alter the services or funding level.

Tagged Passions:services, funding, and grant

FISCAL IMPACT There is no fiscal impact associated with approval of administrative authorities for expenditure contracts, grants, and revenue agreements. SDCFA will return to the Board as necessary to accept grant awards and establish appropriations. There will be no change in net General Fund costs and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:contract, funding, and grant

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

8.
SUBJECT: ALLlOCATE UP TO 10 MILLION TO THE SPECIAL NEEDS HOUSING PROGRAM FOR PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:housing and program

OVERVIEW The Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) provides funding for counties to address a broad continuum of prevention, early intervention and service needs, and the necessary infrastructure, technology and training elements to effectively support the public mental health system. The MHSA consists of five program components: Community Services and Supports Prevention and Early Intervention Workforce Education and Training Innovation Capital Facilities and Technological Needs

Tagged Passions:health, education, services, Technology, mental health, training, technology, funding, workforce, and program

Funding from the MHSA Community Services and Supports (CSS) component may be used to provide housing for children with severe emotional disturbance (SED) and their families, transition age youth, adults and older adults with serious mental illness (SMI) who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and receive MHSA services. MHSA housing transforms the mental health system by providing consumers housing and support services to enable them to live more independently. The housing program establishes partnerships at the local level, resulting in housing development that reflects local priorities while expanding safe, affordable housing options for individuals with SMI or SED and their families. The funds are utilized for capital loans for the development, acquisition, construction and/or rehabilitation of permanent supportive housing. Funding may also be used to provide operating subsidies.

Tagged Passions:health, services, development, mental health, risk, youth, funding, homeless, construction, Development, housing, and program

The California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA) operates the Local Government Special Needs Housing Program (SNHP) on behalf of jurisdictions throughout California. As required by the SNHP, counties are required to receive Board authorization for the assignment of new funds to CalHFA for the SNHP.

Tagged Passions:funding, housing, program, and finance

Today s recommended action requests the Board of Supervisors approve the transfer of up to an additional 10 million to CalHFA for the SNHP to develop permanent supportive housing units.

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Tagged Passions:housing

Today s action supports the Live Well San Diego vision of a safe and thriving community and is aligned with the County s Project One for All initiative as well as the Health and Human Services Agency s Ten Year Roadmap for Behavioral Health Services, by providing housing and support services to vulnerable individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and experiencing mental illness.

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Tagged Passions:strategic, health, services, mental health, risk, homeless, and housing

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

Approve the transfer of up to 10 million for the Local Government Special Needs Housing Program (SNHP) to the California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA) and authorize the Agency Director, Health and Human Services Agency to enter into participation and assignment agreements with the CalHFA for the SNHP, to expand permanent supportive housing in San Diego County. FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2017-19 Operational Plan in the Health and Human Services Agency. If approved, this request will result in cost and revenue of up to 10 million in Fiscal Year 2017-18. The funding source is Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.
Tagged Passions:health, services, mental health, funding, housing, program, and finance

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

9.
SUBJECT: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORIZATION FOR COMPETITIVE SOLICITATIONS AND AMENDMENT OF CONTRACTS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:health, solicitation, contract, and services

OVERVIEW In a series of actions since 1999, the Board of Supervisors (Board) approved initiatives to redesign and implement an expanded continuum of comprehensive behavioral health care for children, adolescents, transition age youth, adults, older adults and families. In pursuit of these initiatives, the Board approved the procurement of various contracted services.

Tagged Passions:health, contract, purchasing, services, and youth

In addition, the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) was approved by California voters in November 2004 and became effective January 1, 2005, providing funding for the expansion of mental health services in California. The MHSA consists of five program components designated by the State: Community Services and Supports, Prevention and Early Intervention, Workforce Education and Training, Capital Facilities and Technological Needs, and Innovation.

Tagged Passions:expansion, health, education, services, mental health, training, funding, workforce, and program

Approval of today s recommended actions authorizes competitive solicitations for behavioral health programs and services and the amendment of existing contracts procurements, to continue implementing and enhancing the delivery of behavioral health services in the San Diego region.

Tagged Passions:health, solicitation, contract, purchasing, services, and program

Today s actions support the countywide Live Well San Diego vision by enhancing access to services, promoting health and well-being in children, adults and families, and encouraging self-sufficiency, which promotes a healthy, safe and thriving region.

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Tagged Passions:strategic, health, and services

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1.
In accordance with Section 401, Article XXIII of the County Administrative Code, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to issue competitive solicitations for the behavioral health programs and services listed below and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award contracts for a term of one year, with up to four option years and up to an additional six months, if needed, and to amend the contracts to reflect changes in program, funding or service requirements, subject to the availability of funds and the approval of the Agency Director, Health and Human Services Agency.

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Tagged Passions:health, solicitation, contract, purchasing, services, funding, and program

a.
Augmented Services Programs b. Behavioral Health Outpatient Services for Homeless/Runaway Children and Youth c. Evidence-Based Parenting Training and Behavioral Therapy for Children and Families Involved with Child Welfare Services d. Intensive Case Management Wraparound Services for Youth and Families Involved with Child Welfare Services or San Diego County Probation

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Tagged Passions:health, services, youth, training, homeless, and program

2.
Authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to amend the contracts listed below extending the contract term up to June 30, 2020, and up to an additional six months if needed, and to expand services, subject to the availability of funds; and to amend the contracts as required in order to reflect changes to services and funding allocations, subject to the approval of the Agency Director, Health and Human Services Agency and contingent upon approval by the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission. a. INN-16 Urban Beats (552663 Pathways Community Services) b. INN-17 Cognitive Rehabilitation and Exposure/Sorting Therapy Mobile Hoarding Units (552936 University of California, San Diego)

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2018-20 CAO Recommended Operational Plan in the Health and Human Services Agency. If approved, this request will result in estimated costs and revenues of up to 13,253,416 in Fiscal Year 2018-19 and in Fiscal Year 2019-20. The funding sources are Mental Health Services Act (MHSA), Realignment, and Federal Financial Participation (FFP). There will be no change in net County General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, health, university, contract, purchasing, services, mental health, hotel, accountability, funding, and finance

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

10.
SUBJECT: MADDY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES FUND (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW California law authorizes counties to establish a Maddy Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Fund, through the adoption of a resolution by a Board of Supervisors, as a revenue source for critical emergency medical services in California counties. Revenue for Maddy EMS Funds are derived from additional penalties assessed on fines and forfeitures that courts collect for certain criminal offenses and motor vehicle violations. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 11 San Diego County s Maddy EMS Fund was established by the Board of Supervisors in 1988. The funds go to hospitals and physicians providing uncompensated trauma and emergency care services, and to support critical County programs such as the regional communications system, contract costs for ambulance service provision in rural and unincorporated areas of the county, and maintenance of prehospital information and communications systems. On March 20, 2007 (7), the San Diego County Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution to establish an additional two-dollar assessment on fines, penalties and forfeitures to further support the Maddy EMS Fund, including funding specifically for pediatric trauma care.

Tagged Passions:contract, legal, EMS, services, Communications, hospital, communications, rural, court, funding, healthcare, emergency, and program

In Fiscal Year 2017-2018, the State of California EMS Authority issued guidance for distribution and reporting of Maddy EMS funds as part of the State s Maddy EMS Fund annual reporting process. Approval of today s action would provide authority for the Health and Human Services Agency to distribute from the Maddy EMS funds in accordance with this new guidance and as described in California Health and Safety Code Section 1797.98. This action supports the County s Live Well San Diego vision by supporting the effective and timely delivery of critical emergency medical services.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:strategic, health, EMS, services, funding, and emergency

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

Adopt the Resolution of the County of San Diego Board of Supervisors A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO MADDY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) FUND
Tagged Passions:EMS, services, and emergency

FISCAL IMPACT There is no fiscal impact associated with the adoption of the resolution. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

11.
SUBJECT: DONATIONS TO THE HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2017 TO THE A.B. AND JESSIE POLINSKY CHILDREN S CENTER AND CHILD WELFARE SERVICES (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW Board Policy A-112 and the County Administrative Code Section 66 require Board approval for the acceptance of gifts and donations over 5,000. The Health and Human Services Agency periodically receives monetary gifts and in-kind donations over 5,000 to benefit resident children at the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children s Center (PCC), the County-operated emergency shelter care facility for neglected, abused, and abandoned children and to Child Welfare Services to benefit foster and adoptive children. The Board last accepted gifts and donations valued at 34,181 for Calendar Year 2016 on April 11, 2017 (7). Board action is requested today to accept gifts and donations totaling 114,255 for Calendar Year 2017; 58,262 for the benefit of resident children at PCC and 55,993 for the benefit of foster and adoptive children in Child Welfare Services. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 12 This action supports the County s Live Well San Diego vision by furthering efforts to protect vulnerable children from neglect and abuse.

Tagged Passions:strategic, health, policy, services, Donation, facility, emergency, and donation

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1.
In accordance with Administrative Code Section 66 and Board Policy A-112, accept gifts and donations totaling 58,262 to the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children s Center from: Uptown Optimist Youth Club, Giggle Moon, Pure-Flo Water Co., Mark Tarpin, San Diego Modern Quilt Guild, and Robert Duggan; and accept gifts and donations totaling 55,993 to Child Welfare Services from: Promises2Kids.

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Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, policy, services, Donation, youth, water, and donation

2.
Authorize the Chairwoman of the Board of Supervisors to sign letters of appreciation on behalf of the County of San Diego to the donors.

FISCAL IMPACT Child Welfare Services received donations valued at 114,255 between January 2017 and December 2017 to support activities of children at the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children s Center and to support foster and adoptive children in Child Welfare Services. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.
Tagged Passions:services, Donation, and donation

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

12.
SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: SOUTHEASTERN LIVE WELL CENTER - ACQUISITION OF 4.06 ACRES OF VACANT LAND FOR NEW LIVE WELL CENTER FACILITY (JACOBS CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD INNOVATION WEST SIDE CREEK, LLC) - AUTHORIZATION TO ADVERTISE AND AWARD A DESIGN-BUILD CONTRACT (DISTRICT: 4)

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Tagged Passions:contract, hearing, advertising, facility, and neighborhood

OVERVIEW On May 15, 2018 (11), the Board of Supervisors set a hearing for June 19, 2018, to consider authorizing the Director, Department of General Services to exercise the County s right to purchase a vacant 4.06 acre site for a new Southeastern Live Well Center near the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Market Street in the City of San Diego. The proposed site, consisting of Assessor s Parcel Numbers 548-040-06 through 548-040-09 (also referred to as Real Property Numbers 2017-0235-A and 2017-0236-A), is owned by the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation and its subsidiary, West Side Creek LLC. Staff secured the site on December 27, 2017 with a nine month option-to-purchase agreement for the appraised value of 1,677,000.

On March 21, 2017 (06), the Board of Supervisors approved the Fiscal Year 2017/18-2021/22 Capital Improvement Needs Assessment Program and referred it to the Chief Administrative Officer for timing and funding mechanisms to implement individual projects. The Southeastern Live Well Center project was recommended as a high priority major project. Today, after making the necessary environmental findings, the Board is requested to authorize the Director, Department of General Services to exercise the option to acquire the 4.06 acres of vacant land from the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation and West Side Creek LLC, for the appraised value of 1,677,000. In addition, the Board is requested to authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to advertise and award a design-build contract for design and construction of the Southeastern Live Well Center. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 13
Tagged Passions:property, contract, streets, hearing, capital spending, purchasing, services, Capital Spending, advertising, funding, market, construction, environment, neighborhood, and program

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1. Find, on the basis of the whole record, that there is no substantial evidence that the Project will have a significant effect on the environment. Consider the Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND), on file with the Department of General Services prepared May 7, 2018, together with comments received during public review, and adopt it, finding that it reflects the independent judgment and analysis of the Board of Supervisors.
Tagged Passions:services, Conservation, and environment

2.
Adopt the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for the Project.

Tagged Passions:program

3.
Authorize the Director, Department of General Services to exercise the option to purchase from Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation and West Side Creek LLC, the approximately 4.06 acres of land known as Real Property Numbers 2017-0235-A and 2017-0236-A for the appraised value of 1,677,000.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property, purchasing, services, and neighborhood

4.
Authorize the Director, Department of General Services to execute all escrow and related

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Tagged Passions:services

documents necessary to complete the purchase.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:purchasing

5.
Authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to take any action authorized by Section 401, et seq. of the Administrative Code and Public Contract Code Section 22160, et seq. with respect to contracting for the design-build construction of the Southeastern Live Well Center project.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, and construction

6.
Designate the Director, Department of General Services, as the County officer

responsible for administering the awarded design-build contract. FISCAL IMPACT Funding of 8 million is included in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Operational Plan in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1021148, Southeastern San Diego (SESD) Live Well Center. If approved, this request will result in total acquisition costs of 1,692,000 ( 1,677,000 for the acquisition of APN 548-040-06 through 548-040-09 and 15,000 for escrow and title fees, staff costs to process the purchase, and due diligence costs related to the proposed acquisition). The funding source is available prior year General Fund fund balance. The total project cost of the Southeastern Live Well Center project is currently estimated to be 74 million. The remainder funding of 66 million for project completion is included in the Fiscal Year 2018-20 CAO Recommended Operational Plan. Capital expenditures in excess of current funding will not be incurred until the adoption of the Fiscal Year 2018-20 Operational Plan.
Tagged Passions:contract, capital spending, purchasing, services, Capital Spending, and funding

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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Tagged Passions:business

13.
SUBJECT: SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE AUTHORITY - NEW LEASE FOR TRAINING FACILITY IN RANCHO SAN DIEGO (DISTRICT: 2)

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Tagged Passions:leasing, training, and facility

OVERVIEW On September 29, 2015 (5), the Board of Supervisors approved, in principle, the lease of approximately 3.5 to 4 acres of land for a fire training facility for the San Diego County Fire Authority (SDCFA). The steady growth of SDCFA over the last few years has increased numerous operational needs including the need for a centralized training facility.

Tagged Passions:leasing, training, facility, and growth

Today s request is for the Board of Supervisors to approve a new 30-year lease agreement with Otay Water District as the lessor for 2.73 acres of land at 11880 Campo Road in Spring Valley. The rental rate is 1.00 for the 30-year term, and there is an option to extend the lease for an additional 20-year period. SDCFA will take over existing fire training improvements constructed on the site by San Miguel Fire District. The County will be responsible for utilities, custodial and maintenance service throughout the term.

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, leasing, streets, rental, training, fire departments and districts, and water

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines section 15301.
Tagged Passions:environment

2.
Transfer appropriations of 138,745 from the County Fire Authority, Services

Tagged Passions:services and funding

Supplies, to the Contributions to Capital Outlay Fund, Operating Transfer Out, for Capital Project 1021919, Fire Authority Training Facility Lease. (4 VOTES)

Tagged Passions:leasing, capital spending, Capital Spending, training, and facility

3.
Establish appropriations of 138,745 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project

1021919, Fire Authority Training Facility Lease, based on an Operating Transfer In from the General Fund. (4 VOTES)

Tagged Passions:leasing, capital spending, Capital Spending, training, funding, and facility

4.
Approve and authorize the Director, Department of General Services, to execute the

Lease Agreement for 2.73 acres of land located at 11880 Campo Road, Spring Valley, with Otay Water District, a municipal water district organized and existing pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Water District Law of 1911.

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, leasing, streets, services, and water

5.
Authorize the Director, Department of General Services, to exercise the option to extend

the lease prior to its expiration, if appropriate. FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Operational Plan in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1021919, Fire Authority Training Facility Lease. If approved, this request will result in estimated costs of 138,745 for installation of a water meter and sewer hook-up. Additional costs of 12,950 are budgeted in the San Diego County Fire Authority for the purchase of mitigation credits. Maintenance costs related to grounds upkeep and defensible space maintenance are estimated at 3,000 per year and utilities are estimated at 10,000 per year. The funding source is existing General Purpose Revenue. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, leasing, budget, capital spending, purchasing, services, Capital Spending, training, sewer, funding, facility, and water

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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Tagged Passions:business

14.
SUBJECT: ADOPT A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ACCIDENT REPAIR-SHERIFF INTERNAL SERVICE FUND (ISF) CLOSURE (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW In 1997, the Department of General Services (DGS) Accident Repair and Accident Repair-Sheriff Internal Service Funds (ISFs) were created to accumulate accident costs for distribution to County departments through established rates. The purpose of the Accident Repair-Sheriff ISF was to segregate costs related to Sheriff repairs. In prior years, departments were billed an annual rate per vehicle to recover costs in each fund. DGS determined that a revised allocation was necessary to equitably distribute costs associated with vehicle accident repairs to departments. On August 1, 2017 (14), appropriations were established in the Department of General Services Accident Repair ISF to accumulate accident costs for distribution to all departments, including the Sheriff s Department, based on a revised allocation method. The revised allocation uses five years of department accident repair history as the base for the calculation of rates. Therefore, today s request is to adopt a Resolution authorizing the closure of the Accident Repair-Sheriff ISF and address the steps required to complete the closure.

Tagged Passions:public safety, services, rates, funding, and history

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Adopt a Resolution entitled A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO THE CLOSURE OF THE ACCIDENT REPAIR-SHERIFF INTERNAL SERVICE FUND (ISF).

Tagged Passions:public safety

2.
Amend the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Department of General Services Accident Repair-Sheriff Internal Service Fund (ISF) by establishing appropriations of 375,000 in an Operating Transfer Out for transfer to the Department of General Services Accident Repair ISF based on available prior year fund balance. (4 VOTES)

Tagged Passions:public safety, services, and funding

3.
Amend the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Department of General Services Accident Repair Internal Service Fund (ISF) by establishing appropriations of 375,000 in Services and Supplies based on an Operating Transfer In from the Department of General Services Accident Repair-Sheriff ISF. (4 VOTES)

Tagged Passions:public safety, services, and funding

4.
Authorize the Director, Department of General Services and the Auditor and Controller

to take additional action as required to complete the closure of the Accident Repair-Sheriff Internal Service Fund (ISF). FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Operational Plan in the Department of General Services. If approved, total estimated resources of 375,000 in the Accident Repair-Sheriff Internal Service Fund (ISF) at the time of closure will be ultimately transferred out to the Accident Repair ISF. Final amounts will be based on actual balances at the time of fund closure. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:audit, public safety, services, and funding

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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Tagged Passions:business

15.
SUBJECT: PURCHASING AND CONTRACTING - ESTABLISH A TWO-STEP BEST VALUE AWARD PROCESS FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, and construction

OVERVIEW Public Contract Code Section 20155 authorizes a pilot program for specified counties, including the County of San Diego, to select bidders for construction projects exceeding 1 million on the basis of best value. Best Value is a process whereby the bidders are evaluated on objective qualifications-based criteria, with the resulting selection representing the best combination of price and qualifications.

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Tagged Passions:contract, RFP, rfp, selection, construction, and program

In 2017, State Senate Bill 793 (Hill) amended the Public Contract Code to expand and clarify that the existing best value pilot program includes individual annual contracts (job order contracts) up to 3 million for repair, remodeling, or other repetitive work done by unit price, as well as allows for the extension or renewal of such annual contracts for two subsequent annual terms.

In order to participate in the best value construction contracting pilot program, the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting requests authority to implement a two-step best value procurement process for qualifying construction projects. The contracting authority would be used for work budgeted in the capital and major maintenance improvement programs. Job order contracts will be advertised periodically based on department forecasts of work. Today s Board action requests adoption of the Best Value Construction Contract Procurement Procedures and Criteria, as well as authorization for participating departments to directly submit a report to the State Legislature, with a copy to the Board, of their processes and findings of the pilot program before January 1, 2020 pursuant to Public Contract Code 20155.7.

Tagged Passions:contract, budget, purchasing, advertising, construction, program, and procedure

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1. Find that the proposed action is not subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article 5, Section 15060(c)(3) of the State CEQA Guidelines because it is not a project as defined by Section 15378.
Tagged Passions:environment

2.
Pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20155(c), adopt and direct Purchasing and Contracting staff to publish the procedures and required criteria in Attachment 1.

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Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, and procedure

3.
Direct participating Best Value Construction Contracting Pilot Program departments to

submit a report in accordance with Public Contract Code Section 20155.7 to the State Legislature, with a copy to the Board, summarizing their contracts awarded pursuant to the pilot program before January 1, 2020.

Tagged Passions:contract, construction, and program

FISCAL IMPACT There is no direct fiscal impact as a result of today s requested action. If approved, this request will result in the establishment of a process for award of qualifying best value construction contracts. In accordance with the Public Contract Code, requests to advertise such contracts will be brought to the Board for authorization.

Tagged Passions:contract, advertising, and construction

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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Tagged Passions:business

16.
SUBJECT: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 5)

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Tagged Passions:grant, neighborhood, and program

OVERVIEW Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funding assists non-profit organizations in providing essential services to citizens of San Diego County. Reinvesting taxpayer money in worthwhile organizations is a benefit to the citizens and communities of North County.

RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR BILL HORN
Tagged Passions:services, funding, neighborhood, and program

1.
Allocate 17,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to the Anza-Borrego Desert Natural History Association for construction and equipment costs associated with the third phase of the Borrego Botanical Garden including structure, irrigation, path, plants, landscaping, benches, panels, artifacts and door repairs for the Borrego Desert Nature Center located at 652 Palm Canyon Drive, Borrego Springs, CA 92004.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:plant, budget, equipment, construction, neighborhood, program, and history

2.
Allocate 5,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

the Anza-Borrego Foundation for education and outreach materials such as banners, tri-fold board, tablecloth, pens, notebooks, stickers and book and stacking displays.

Tagged Passions:materials, budget, education, neighborhood, and program

3.
Allocate 8,450 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

Art Animates Life to purchase lighting, sound and recording equipment, set construction materials, and costumes.

Tagged Passions:materials, budget, arts, purchasing, equipment, construction, neighborhood, and program

4.
Allocate 12,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

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Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

Borrego Art Institute to purchase utility sheds for storage within the Borrego Art Institute.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, arts, and purchasing

5.
Allocate 18,926 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Boys Girls Club of Oceanside, California, Incorporated to help cover capital improvement cost to include a Culinary Arts Teaching Kitchen, Performing Arts Center and STREAM Lab as well as installation upgrades to the electric panel, heating and air conditioning system and a van for the use of the Oceanside Youth Partnership mentoring program located at 401 Country Club Lane, Oceanside, CA 92054.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, arts, capital spending, Capital Spending, youth, mentoring, electric, neighborhood, and program

6.
Allocate 20,649 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Carlsbad Lancer Baseball Boosters to purchase a pitching machine and feeder, hitting cage, field safety screens, and a radar gun.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, Gun Control, gun control, neighborhood, and program

7.
Allocate 22,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Carlsbad Music Festival to purchase event related materials such as postcards, programs and signs, a computer, sound and lighting equipment, a portable stage, music instruments and pop-up tents.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:materials, budget, purchasing, festival, equipment, neighborhood, events, and program

8.
Allocate 100,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Casa de Amparo to help with capital cost of constructing the Teen Wellness Center for Foster Youth located at 325 Buena Creek Road, San Marcos, CA 92069.

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Tagged Passions:streets, budget, youth, neighborhood, and program

9.
Allocate 10,063 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Coastal Roots Farm for farm and food safety equipment including portable hand washing sinks, utility shelters, beverage coolers, coolers, ice packs, and first aid kits.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, budget, agriculture, equipment, neighborhood, and program

10.
Allocate 27,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Devil Pups Inc. to purchase uniforms and challenge coins for the Devil Pups 2017 Encampment located on Marine Corp Base Camp Pendleton.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, neighborhood, and program

11.
Allocate 19,250 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

Fallbrook Child Development Center to re-roof the main building located at 320 N. Iowa Street, Fallbrook, CA 92028.

Tagged Passions:streets, development, and Development

12.
Allocate 30,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Fallbrook Community Youth Baseball Council to purchase an electrical box, pitching mound, nets, lights and a sign and capital improvement cost such as asphalt, chain link fence, dugout and bullpen repairs, bathroom and snack bar remodel located at 324 Elm Tree Lane, Fallbrook, CA 92028.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council, trees, budget, capital spending, purchasing, Capital Spending, youth, neighborhood, and program

13.
Allocate 10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Fallbrook Village Association, Inc. for the purchase, delivery and placement of a train caboose, the design and construction of a train station replica, historical displays and landscaping for Fallbrook Railroad Heritage Park located at 127 West Elder Street, Fallbrook, CA 92028.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks, streets, budget, purchasing, historical, construction, neighborhood, and program

14.
Allocate 28,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Fallbrook Village Association, Inc. to purchase and install signs, sanitation facilities, lighting and generators, trash cans, tents, and for cost to develop and acquire brochures, banners and promotional materials for the 2018 Fallbrook Summer Nights Series.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:materials, budget, purchasing, solid waste, neighborhood, and program

15.
Allocate 20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Feeding San Diego to purchase cases of quick oats to distribute to people in need.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, neighborhood, and program

16.
Allocate 16,592 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

The Friends of the Fallbrook Community Center for the purchase of chairs, blinds and the restoration of windows in the Fallbrook Community Center hall located at 341 Heald Lane, Fallbrook, CA 92028.

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, community center, neighborhood, and program

17.
Allocate 35,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

Interfaith Community Services to purchase technology equipment such as laptops, docking stations, monitors and carrying cases to help support case management efforts in Oceanside.

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, services, Technology, boating, equipment, technology, neighborhood, and program

18.
Allocate 24,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Jacobs Cushman San Diego Food Bank dba North County Food Bank to install and purchase ceiling mounted heaters and retractable awnings for the facility located at 680 Rancheros Drive 100, San Marcos, CA 92069.

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Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, facility, neighborhood, and program

19.
Allocate 9,030 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to JBS Transition Experts dba VetCTAP for equipment including a copier, projector and projector screen, materials such as books, and costs to create informational letters.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:materials, budget, equipment, neighborhood, and program

20.
Allocate 11,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

Main Street Oceanside Inc. to replace and purchase overhead lightbulbs for the Oceanside Sunset Market located at the intersection of Tremont Street and Pier View Way in Oceanside, CA 92054.

Tagged Passions:beach, streets, budget, purchasing, ports, market, neighborhood, and program

21.
Allocate 25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

NAMM Foundation dba Museum of Making Music for capital cost including the renovation of the museum s exhibition galleries located at 5790 Armada Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92008.

22.
Allocate 15,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

North County Community Services to purchase and install security entry gates, a video doorbell, shade structure, and kitchen appliances including a refrigerator and electric cooking range for their facility at 709 San Diego Street, Oceanside, CA 92057.

Tagged Passions:streets, budget, purchasing, services, security, facility, electric, neighborhood, and program

23.
Allocate 50,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to North County Lifeline, Inc. to assist with the cost of purchasing the Oceanside Client Center building located at 707 Oceanside Blvd., Oceanside, CA 92054.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, neighborhood, and program

24.
Allocate 24,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce to assist with publication cost of a magazine

commemorating 75 Years of Women Marines at Camp Pendleton, software and hardware upgrades, event displays including a canopy with logo, tablecloth and banner with logo and capital improvement cost such as exterior and interior painting of the chamber building, landscaping and a security cage for outdoor plumbing located at 928 North Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA 92054.

Tagged Passions:budget, arts, capital spending, military, Capital Spending, information technology, security, neighborhood, events, program, and Information Technology

25.
Allocate 49,395 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Operation HOPE-Vista Incorporated for capital improvements and flood and erosion repairs at their facility located at 859 East Vista Way, Vista, CA 92084.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:flooding, budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, facility, neighborhood, and program

26.
Allocate 100,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Palomar College Foundation to help purchase campus police vehicles, a cargo van, textbooks and a utility cart.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, university, budget, public safety, purchasing, textbook, neighborhood, and program

27.
Allocate 30,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

Pauma Valley Community Association to assist with the costs associated with renovating the restroom facility, installing pavers and kitchen ventilation system, purchasing office supplies such as a Wi Fi router and printer, costs to develop a website for the facility located at 16650 Highway 76, Pauma Valley, CA 92061.

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, facility, neighborhood, and program

28.
Allocate 5,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Prevent Drowning Foundation of San Diego to purchase water watcher tags, banners and fliers.

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Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, budget, purchasing, water, neighborhood, and program

29.
Allocate 25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to Riding Emphasizing Individual Needs and Strengths (REINS) to install and purchase a solar energy system located at 4461 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, solar power, energy, neighborhood, and program

30.
Allocate 13,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce to purchase printed materials, signs, glasses, audio equipment, t-shirts, and lanyards for the Taste of San Marcos event and costs to develop the Business Directory.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:materials, budget, purchasing, equipment, neighborhood, events, program, and business

31.
Allocate 7,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to

Support the Enlisted Project to purchase shelving units and storage totes for donated goods.

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, neighborhood, and program

32.
Allocate 9,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15670) to the Vista Skatepark Coalition dba North County Celtic Queen Pageant and Scholarship Fund to help purchase supplies such as crowns, sashes and pins, posters, fliers, mailers, programs, orientation materials, and decorations including tableware, dance floor d cor, and attendee/entrant takeaway items for events held in Vista and Bonsall.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:materials, budget, arts, purchasing, neighborhood, events, and program

33.
Establish appropriations of 6,133 in the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, funding, neighborhood, and program

(Org 15760) based on the return of unused portions of prior year allocations so the funds can be allocated to other projects. (4VOTES)

Tagged Passions:funding

34.
Find that these grants have a public purpose.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant

35.
Authorize the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/Auditor and Controller to execute a

grant agreements with these organizations establishing terms for receipt of the funds described above and to make minor amendments to the agreements that are consistent with the general purpose of the grants but do not increase the grants. 36. Find that the allocations identified in Recommendation Nos. 1, 5, 8, 11-13, 16, 18, 20-25, 27 and 29 are exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines.

Tagged Passions:audit, funding, grant, and environment

FISCAL IMPACT The fiscal impact of these recommendations is 797,355. Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Operational Plan for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (15670). The funding source is General Fund fund balance. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:funding, neighborhood, and program

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

17.
SUBJECT: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 2)

OVERVIEW Funding for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (NRP) is included in the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Operational Plan in order to further public purposes throughout San Diego County. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 21 RECOMMENDATION(S) VICE-CHAIRWOMAN DIANNE JACOB

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, neighborhood, and program

1.
Allocate 94,667 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15655) to the American Youth Soccer Organization for the La Mesa area (Region 89) for costs associated with the renovation and redevelopment of an athletic field at the Spring Valley Academy located in Spring Valley, CA.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:youth, athletics, neighborhood, and program

2.
Allocate 186,271 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:neighborhood and program

15655) to the City of Santee for costs associated with the renovation of Mast Park located in Santee, CA.

Tagged Passions:parks

3.
Allocate 8,250 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org

15655) to the College Area Community Garden for costs and materials associated with the improvement and renovation of the community garden located in San Diego, CA.

Tagged Passions:materials, university, neighborhood, and program

4.
Allocate 5,000 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15655) to the Friends of Balboa Park to partially fund the purchase, acquisition and restoration of a historic carousel in Balboa Park located in San Diego, CA.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks, purchasing, historic, neighborhood, and program

5.
Allocate 50,000 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org

15655) to the Grossmont Hospital Foundation to partially fund the purchase and installation of a RIO Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopedic System at Sharp Grossmont Hospital located in La Mesa, CA.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, hospital, healthcare, neighborhood, and program

6.
Allocate 217,195 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org

15655) to the Grossmont Union High School District to partially fund the replacement of an all-weather running track and the purchase and installation of a swim/water polo scoreboard and wall art at Grossmont High School in El Cajon, CA.

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, arts, education, purchasing, union, water, neighborhood, and program

7.
Allocate 16,578 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:neighborhood and program

15655) to Home of Guiding Hands Corporation to partially fund the purchase of equipment and tools to furnish a new commercial kitchen at the Verbeck Resource Center in El Cajon, CA.

Tagged Passions:commercial, purchasing, and equipment

8.
Allocate 10,000 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org

15655) to the Julian Woman s Club for costs associated with the repair and renovation of the Julian Woman s Club Clubhouse in Julian, CA.

Tagged Passions:neighborhood and program

9.
Allocate 25,000 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org

15655) to Noah Homes, Inc. for costs associated with the design and construction of an Enchanted Village to be located on Noah Homes Campus in Rancho San Diego, CA.

Tagged Passions:construction, neighborhood, and program

10.
Allocate 30,000 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:neighborhood and program

15655) to the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Association to partially fund the installation of an insulating foam coating on two containers that house the Museum s library and archival storage in Campo, CA.

Tagged Passions:library

11.
Allocate 4,860 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15655) to the Rolando Community Council, Inc. to fund the purchase of replacement street pole banners that market the Council s Annual Rolando Street Fair in Rolando, CA.

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Tagged Passions:council, streets, purchasing, pole, market, neighborhood, and program

12.
Allocate 25,000 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15655) to the San Diego County Farm Bureau for costs associated with the design, purchase and construction of an Agricultural Hub for San Diego County farmers to be located in Escondido, CA.

13. Find that the grant awards described above have a public purpose.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, agriculture, grant, construction, neighborhood, and program

14.
Authorize the Deputy Chief Administrative Office/Auditor and Controller to execute grant agreements with the organizations awarded Neighborhood Reinvestment funds establishing terms for receipt of the funds and to make minor amendments to the agreements that are consistent with the general purpose of the grants but do not increase the grants.

15. Find that the proposed allocation identified in Recommendation Nos. 1-12 are exempt from CEQA review pursuant to section of 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines and the allocations identified in Recommendation Nos. 2, 9 and 12 are exempt from CEQA review pursuant to section 15303 of the CEQA Guidelines.

Tagged Passions:audit, funding, grant, and neighborhood

FISCAL IMPACT The County contribution to these projects is 672,821. Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Operational Plan for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15655). The funding source is General Fund fund balance. This action will result in the addition of no new staff years and no future costs.

Tagged Passions:funding, neighborhood, and program

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

18.
SUBJECT: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM ALLOCATIONS (DISTRICT: 1)

OVERVIEW The County of San Diego is fortunate to have an opportunity to reinvest taxpayer money into our

Tagged Passions:neighborhood and program

communities for the benefit of the public. This action will assist the County in meeting the needs of the community.

RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR GREG COX

1.
Allocate 15,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to Bonitafest Melodrama Teatro Pastorela for the purchase of 35 new Bonitafest street banners and brackets.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, budget, purchasing, neighborhood, and program

2.
Allocate 127,970 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

Casa Familiar, Inc. for the purchase, delivery, and installation of theatre audio, lighting, and video equipment as well as the cost for a telescopic bleacher system for an interior and exterior stage/performing area.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:purchasing and equipment

3.
Allocate 3,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to

Chula Vista Sunrise Rotary Community Benefit Fund for the purchase of new shade pop-ups, new race wheels and storage, trusses for the finish line, and new starting lights. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 23

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, neighborhood, and program

4.
Allocate 60,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to the City of Chula Vista to support the design and creation of the Bayshore Bikeway Canvasses of Creativity Mural Project.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, Bicycles, neighborhood, bicycles, and program

5.
Allocate 85,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to

the County Department of Parks and Recreation for design, environmental analysis, and fabrication and installation of new interpretive signage for the Morrison Pond Interpretive Loop Trail Project.

Tagged Passions:signage, parks, budget, advertising, trails, recreation, environment, neighborhood, and program

6.
Transfer appropriations of 85,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program

Budget (org 15650) Services and Supplies, to Contributions to Capital Outlay Fund, Operating Transfer Out, for the Morrison Pond Interpretive Loop Trail Project.
Tagged Passions:budget, services, trails, funding, neighborhood, and program

7.
Establish appropriations of 85,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project

1022239, Morrison Pond Interpretive Loop Trail Project to provide funds for design, environmental analysis, and fabrication and installation of new interpretive signage based on an Operating Transfer In from the General Fund. (4 VOTES).

Tagged Passions:signage, capital spending, Capital Spending, advertising, trails, funding, and environment

8.
Allocate 31,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

Gompers Preparatory Academy for the purchase of one van.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:purchasing

9.
Allocate 12,659 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to Monarch School Project to support the purchase of three tactile murals for the elementary school hallway.

10. Find that the grant awards described above have a public purpose.

Tagged Passions:budget, education, purchasing, grant, neighborhood, and program

11.
Authorize the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/Auditor and Controller to execute

grant agreements with the organizations awarded Neighborhood Reinvestment funds establishing terms for receipt of the funds and to make minor amendments to the agreements that are consistent with the general purpose of the grants but do not increase the grants. 12. Find that the grants identified in Recommendation Nos. 1, 2, 4, 5 and 9 are exempt from

Tagged Passions:audit, funding, grant, and neighborhood

review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) by Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines and that the grant identified in Recommendation No. 3 is exempt from CEQA review by Section 15323 of the CEQA Guidelines.

FISCAL IMPACT The fiscal impact of these recommendations is 335,129. Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Operational Plan for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15650). The funding source is General Fund fund balance. These actions will result in the addition of no staff years and no additional costs.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, environment, neighborhood, and program

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 24
Tagged Passions:business

19.
SUBJECT: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 4)

OVERVIEW The County s fiscal condition has enabled it to reinvest taxpayer money in our communities for the benefit of the public. These recommended actions propose allocations to new projects from the County of San Diego s Neighborhood Reinvestment Project Funds. RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR RON ROBERTS

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, neighborhood, and program

1.
Allocate 25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to the Armed Services YMCA of the U.S.A. to assist in the purchase of desktop computers, laptops and auxiliary computer equipment such as keyboards, mouses and cords for its recreational center computer lab.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, services, computers, equipment, recreation, neighborhood, and program

2.
Allocate 20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to Barrio Station to fund repairs to the Barrio Swimming Pool located at 2194 Newton Avenue.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

3.
Allocate 10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

the Burn Institute to assist in the cost of purchasing a new phone system, website, and carbon monoxide detectors for its Senior Smoke Alarm Program.

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, neighborhood, and program

4.
Allocate 20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

the Chinese School of San Diego to assist in the cost of an overhead projector and screen, audio equipment, ID laminating card system, security cameras, school and office furniture, computers, printers, computer hardware, software and auxiliary computer equipment such as such as keyboards, mouses and cords.

Tagged Passions:budget, education, information technology, computers, equipment, security, neighborhood, program, and Information Technology

5.
Allocate 10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

Friends of We Chinese in America to assist in the cost of designing and producing promotional and program material such as brochures, event banners, awards and other printed materials, website upgrade and the printing of a special publication of We Chinese in America magazine for its annual Youth Arts Festival.

Tagged Passions:materials, arts, youth, festival, events, and program

6.
Allocate 58,692 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

Girl Scouts, San Diego-Imperial Council, Inc. to fund roof replacement and fireplace repair at its Balboa Park campus.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council and parks

7.
Allocate 30,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (org 15665) to

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

Ilan-Lael, Inc. to assist in the cost of construction and fixtures associated with an enclosed connecting structure between the kitchen/office to the meeting room at the Ilan-Lael Center in Julian.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction

8.
Allocate 4,900 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

the Kyoto Symposium Organization for the printing and design of programs, brochures, envelopes, invitations and related materials associated with the 2018 Kyoto Prize. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 25

Tagged Passions:materials, budget, neighborhood, and program

9.
Allocate 5,854 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to the Linda Vista Multi-Cultural Fair, Inc. to assist in the purchase of sound equipment, heavy-duty canopies, reusable directional signage, sustainable marketing signage, parade car magnets and dollies.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:signage, budget, purchasing, advertising, equipment, market, neighborhood, and program

10.
Allocate 15,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (org 15665) to

the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego to assist in the replacement of two heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) units at the Museum s primary art storage facility in Chula Vista.

Tagged Passions:budget, arts, facility, neighborhood, and program

11.
Allocate 126,487 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (org 15665) to

the Old Town San Diego Chamber of Commerce to contribute to the fabrication and installation of two T-shaped illumined monument signs.

Tagged Passions:budget, monuments, neighborhood, and program

12.
Allocate 27,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, neighborhood, and program

Rise Urban Leadership Institute of San Diego for the purchase of Interactive Community-Aggregated Open Data Portal software.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, information technology, open government, and Information Technology

13.
Allocate 12,150 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (org 15665) to

the San Diego Architectural Foundation to assist in the purchase of branded banners, tablecloths, tables, iPads, a hand held PA system, T-shirts for volunteers and the printing of programs, brochures, posters, guides and maps for its various events throughout the year.

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, volunteer, neighborhood, events, and program

14.
Allocate 10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

the San Diego Blood Bank to assist in the purchase of blood collection supplies and equipment such as blood bags, sterile collection devices, sterile tubes for testing, pre-donation screening testing for its blood donation events throughout San Diego.

Tagged Passions:budget, purchasing, Donation, equipment, neighborhood, events, program, and donation

15.
Allocate 62,162 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

the Zoological Society of San Diego to assist in the purchase of an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) shuttle bus for the San Diego Zoo.

Tagged Passions:Public Transit, disability, budget, purchasing, zoo, neighborhood, and program

16.
Allocate 10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

University Heights Community Association to assist in the design, fabrication and installation of street pole banners.

Tagged Passions:university, streets, budget, pole, neighborhood, and program

17.
Allocate 75,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to

Youth Tennis San Diego Foundation to assist in renovating the Barnes Tennis Center with updated LED lighting and electrical work, drought resistant landscaping and sprinkler system, repair of the air system and ducts, painting and stucco work, new blinds, an improved front entry gate, a security system and new computers.

Tagged Passions:budget, arts, computers, youth, security, neighborhood, and program

18.
Establish appropriations of 738 in the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, funding, neighborhood, and program

(Org 15665) based on the return of unused portions of prior year allocations so the funds can be allocated to other projects. (4 VOTES)

19. Find that the proposed allocations serve a public purpose. Tuesday, June 19, 2018 26
Tagged Passions:funding

20.
Authorize the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/Auditor and Controller to execute grant agreements with these organizations establishing terms for receipt of the funds described above and to make minor amendments to the agreements that are consistent with the general purpose of the grant but do not increase the grant.

21. Find that the grants identified in Recommendation Nos. 2, 6, 7, 10, 11, 16 and 17 are

Tagged Passions:audit, funding, and grant

exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) by Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines.

FISCAL IMPACT The fiscal impact of these recommendations is 522,245.Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Operational Plan for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (15665). The funding source is General Fund fund balance. There will be no change in net General Fund costs and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:funding, environment, neighborhood, and program

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

20.
SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 21.311 OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE SHERIFF S BUSINESS REGULATIONS FOR TAXICAB INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety, ordinance, insurance, regulation, and business

OVERVIEW On May 15, 2018 (19), the Board of Supervisors introduced the Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption on June 19, 2018.

This is a request to adopt an ordinance amending Section 21.311 of the San Diego County Code of Regulatory Ordinance relating to taxicab operations. The ordinance will decrease the taxicab insurance coverage amount from 1,000,000 combined single limit to 350,000 combined single limit in the unincorporated areas of San Diego County.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, insurance, and regulation

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Adopt the Ordinance entitled: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 21.311 OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE SHERIFF S BUSINESS REGULATIONS FOR TAXICAB INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS.

Tagged Passions:public safety, ordinance, insurance, regulation, and business

FISCAL IMPACT There is no fiscal impact associated with these recommendations.


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