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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING SCOTT HAGGERTY DISTRICT 1 SUPERVISORS CHAMBERS RICHARD VALLE, PRESIDENT DISTRICT 2 1221 OAK STREET WILMA CHAN DISTRICT

3 FIFTH FLOOR, ROOM 512 NATE MILEY DISTRICT 4 OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA KEITH CARSON, VICE-PRESIDENT DISTRICT 5
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SUSAN S. MURANISHI DONNA ZIEGLER COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR COUNTY COUNSEL

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MISSION

TO ENRICH THE LIVES OF ALAMEDA COUNTY RESIDENTS THROUGH VISIONARY POLICIES AND

ACCESSIBLE, RESPONSIVE, AND EFFECTIVE SERVICES.

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VISION

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ALAMEDA COUNTY IS RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE BEST COUNTIES IN WHICH TO LIVE, WORK AND DO BUSINESS.

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The Board of Supervisors welcomes you to its meetings and your interest is appreciated. If you wish to speak on a matter on the agenda or during

public input, please fill out a speaker slip at the front of the Chambers and turn it in to the Clerk as soon as possible. When addressing the Board, please give your name for the record prior to your presentation. If you wish to speak on a matter not on the agenda, please wait until the President calls for public input at the end of the Regular Calendar. NOTE: Only matters within the Board of Supervisors jurisdiction may be addressed. Time limitations shall be at the discretion of the President of the Board.

Pursuant to Board Policy: (1) Signs or demonstrations are prohibited during Board meetings; (2) Any Board Member may request a two-week continuance

on any item appearing for the first time; (3) All agenda items shall be received by the County Administrator prior to 3 p.m. on Tuesday two weeks before the meeting date or earlier when a Holiday intervenes.
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(510) 208-4949 (voice) or (510) 834-6754 (TDD) to request a sign-language interpreter. Five working days notice is required. If you have questions regarding the agenda, please call (510) 208-4949.
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Normally, the Board meets on Tuesdays and their meeting begins no earlier than 10:45 a.m. and may begin later, depending on the Closed Session, which

normally begins at 9:30 a.m.

AGENDA - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019 - PAGE 1

Tuesday, May 21, 2019Regular Meeting

9:30 A.M.

CALL TO ORDER AND SALUTE TO FLAG

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

REGULAR MEETING: TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2019

LOSED SESSION

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS

A. Agency Negotiators: Joseph Angelo and Margarita Zamora - Employee Organization: Alameda County Management Employees Association

B. Agency Negotiators: Joseph Angelo and Margarita Zamora - Employee Organization: Alameda County Welfare Fraud Investigators Association

C. Agency Negotiators: Joseph Angelo and Margarita Zamora - Employee Organization: Building and Construction Trades Council

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D. Agency Negotiators: Joseph Angelo and Margarita Zamora - Employee Organization: Probation Peace Officers' Association

E. Agency Negotiators: Joseph Angelo and Margarita Zamora - Employee Organization: Service Employees International Union Local 1021

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F. Agency Negotiators: Joseph Angelo and Margarita Zamora - Employee Organization: All Labor Organizations

G. Agency Negotiator: Joseph Angelo - Employee Organization: Unrepresented Management

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - POTENTIAL LITIGATION

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A. Initiation of litigation pursuant to Subdivision (d)(4) of Government Code 54956.9: (Five Cases); B. Significant exposure to litigation pursuant

to Subdivision (d)(2) of Government Code 54956.9:
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(Four Cases)

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

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A. Name of Case: People v. ConAgra Grocery Products Company, et al., Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara, Case No. 1-00-CV-788657

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B. Name of Case: Coogan v. Alameda County Healthy Homes Department, et al., Superior Court of California, County of Alameda, Case No. RG18906518

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C. Name of Case: In re Pacific Bell, County of Alameda Tax Refund Claim, Claim No. 2018-090017 D. Name of Case: In re AT T Mobility LLC, County of

Alameda Tax Refund Claim, Claim No. 2018-
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090018 E. Name of Case: In re AT T Communications, County of Alameda Tax Refund Claim, Claim No.

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2018-090019 F. Name of Case: In re T-Mobile West LLC, County of Alameda Tax Refund Claim, Claim No. 2018-

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090020 G. Name of Case: In re Sprint Communications Co., L.P., County of Alameda Tax Refund Claim,

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Claim No. 2018-090021 H. Name of Case: In re Sprint Telephony PCS, L.P., County of Alameda Tax Refund Claim, Claim No.

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2018-090022

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CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS

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A. Property: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum and Arena Complex (7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, CA); Malibu ; Parking Lot; (8000 South Coliseum Way,

Oakland, CA); and Raiders Training Facility (1220 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda, CA)
Tagged Passions:facility, training, ports, boating, property, and parking

Agency Negotiators: Aki Nakao and Patrick O'Connell, County Administrator's Office Negotiating Parties: City of Oakland (Sabrina Landreth, City

Administrator) Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment
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B. Property: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum and Arena Complex (7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, CA)

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Agency Negotiators: Aki Nakao and Patrick O'Connell, County Administrator's Office Negotiating Parties: Oakland Athletics (Dave Kaval, President)

Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment
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10:45 A.M. - SET MATTERS

1. CONSENT CALENDAR (See Appendix, Item Numbers 57 - 77.1)

10:45 A.M. - REGULAR CALENDAR

COUNTY COUNSEL: REPORT ON ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REMARKS

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE

2. Homelessness Council - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Waive the County s procurement process and approve a new services agreement (Master Contract No. 900139, Procurement No.18269) with Catholic

Charities of the Diocese of Oakland dba Catholic Charities of the East Bay (Principal: Sean Hanlon; Location: Oakland) to provide fiscal representative services for the Homeless Emergency Lodging Program, for the period of 7/1/19 - 12/31/21, in a total amount of 3,000,000;
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B. Delegate authority to the Agency Director, or designee, to negotiate and execute the contract under the community-based organization master

contract process; and
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C. Adopt a Resolution authorizing the waiver of the County s competitive bid requirements for these services

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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 2

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3. Social Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve contract funding renewals for 114 community-based organization (CBO) master contracts to provide safety net services, for the period of

7/1/19 - 6/30/20, in an amount not to exceed 35,835,200;
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B. Approve a federal fiscal year contract (Master Contract No. 900142, Procurement Contract No. 18174) with Lao Family Community Development, Inc.

(Principal: Kathy Chao-Rothberg; Location: Oakland) to provide targeted assistance refugee employment services, for the period of 10/1/19 - 9/30/20, in the amount of 342,997; and
Tagged Passions:development, contract, services, employment, purchasing, Development, and community development

C. Authorize the Agency Director, or designee, to sign and execute the contracts under the CBO master contract process

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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 3

4. Social Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve a Services Agreement (Master Contract No. 900210, Procurement Contract No. 18274) with Spanish Speaking Unity Council dba The Unity

Council (Principal: Chris Iglesias; Location: Oakland) to provide medical assistant healthcare pipeline career training and job placement services, for the period of 5/1/19 - 6/30/20, in the amount of 549,240, with the option to renew for up to two additional years in the annual amount of 512,770;
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B. Authorize the Agency Director, or designee, to negotiate and execute the contract under the community-based organization master contract process;

and
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C. Adopt a Resolution authorizing the waiver of the County s competitive bidding requirements for medical assistant healthcare pipeline career

training and job placement services
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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 4

5. Social Services Agency - Approve a Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 18167) with the

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California State Association of Counties (CSAC) (Principal: Manuel Rivas, Jr.; Location: Sacramento) for Alameda County s continued participation

with CSAC in support of the Welfare Client Data Systems/CalWIN consortium, for the period of 7/1/19 - 6/30/22, in the amount of 1,196,157, with an option to extend by an additional year through 6/30/23, in the amount of 436,609 - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 5

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5.1. Social Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve an amendment to the agreement (Procurement No. 16206) with DXC Technology Services LLC (DXC), (Principal: Chris Van Vlack; Location:

Roseville) for CalWORKs Information Network (CalWIN) development, implementation, maintenance and operation services for the 18- county CalWIN consortium, extending the contract period of 2/1/15 - 1/31/20 by three years until 1/31/23, with authority to extend the term by two additional years through 1/31/25 that may be exercised by the Consortium of Counties, increasing Alameda County s share of the contract amount from 29,708,521 to 53,426,216 ( 23,717,695 increase); and
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B. Approve the encumbrance of an additional 6,000,000 with DXC for County Direct Services pursuant to Section 13 of the DXC agreement for any

additional services and products of DXC including third-party software licenses, deliverables, modifications to the CalWIN system as per the County s needs to better serve the clients up through 1/31/23; and authorize the Agency Director to approve additional products and services pursuant to Section 13 as necessary and submit invoices as needed
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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 5.1

HEALTH CARE SERVICES

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6. Behavioral Health Care Services - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve an augmentation to Master Contract No. 900159, Procurement Contract No. 16472 for University of California San Francisco Benioff Children

s Hospital Oakland (Principal: Michael Anderson, M.D.; Location: Oakland) to fund two care coordinators and expand medication services to children with mental health needs, with no change in the period of 7/1/18 - 6/30/19, increasing the amount from 11,077,566 to 11,250,766 ( 173,200 increase); and
Tagged Passions:health, hospital, contract, services, purchasing, healthcare, university, and mental health

B. Delegate authority to the Agency Director, or her designee, to sign and execute the documents upon review and approval as to form by County

Counsel

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 6

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7. Behavioral Health Care Services - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve a Standard Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 18171) with Jacqline Murillo (Location: South San Francisco) to provide consulting

services for Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System outpatient and opioid treatment, for the period of 5/1/19 - 4/30/21, in an amount not to exceed 99,994; and
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B. Delegate authority to the Agency Director, or her designee, to execute the Standard Services Agreement, upon review and approval by County Counsel

and submit a fully executed copy of the agreement to the Clerk of the Board
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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 7

8. Behavioral Health Care Services - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve a Standard Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 18210) with East Bay Agency for Children (Principal: Josh Leonard; Location:

Oakland) to provide training and build capacity for trauma-informed services for Alameda County Behavioral Health, for the period of 5/1/19 - 6/30/20, in an amount not to exceed of 49,850; and
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B. Delegate authority to the Agency Director, or her designee, to execute the agreement upon review and approval by County Counsel and submit a fully

executed copy of the agreement to the Clerk of the Board

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 8

9. Behavioral Health Care Services - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve a Standard Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 18163) with Trilogy Integrated Resources, LLC (Principal: Bruce Bronzan; Location:

San Rafael) to provide maintenance services for the Network of Care website, for the period of 7/1/19 - 6/30/20, in an amount not to exceed 31,500; and
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B. Delegate authority to the Agency Director, or her designee, to execute the Standard Services Agreement, upon review and approval by County Counsel

and submit a fully executed copy of the agreement to the Clerk of the Board
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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 9

10. Health Care Services Agency - Adopt a Resolution for the Agency Director, or designee, to certify that

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4.5 million in funding is available for the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Private Hospital Supplemental Fund Intergovernmental Transfer to benefit St. Rose

Hospital - Continued from 4/23/19 (Item 8) and Continued from 5/7/19 (Item 8) Attachment 10
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11. Health Care Services Agency - Approve a Standard Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No.

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18100) with FirstWatch Solutions, Inc. (Principal: Todd Stout; Location: Carlsbad) to provide operational performance analytics through additional

Computer-Aided-Dispatch integrations and online compliance utility services, for the period of 6/1/19 - 6/30/24, in the amount of 374,451 - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 11
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12. Health Care Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Adopt a Resolution for the Health Care Services Agency Director, or her designee, and the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Director to submit

certifications for the Trauma State Plan Amendment Intergovernmental Transfer Program (Trauma SPA IGT) for Fiscal Year 2018-2019, to benefit the University of California San Francisco Benioff Children s Hospital Oakland, in the amount of 34,448,204; and
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B. Adopt a Resolution for the Agency Director and the EMS Director to submit certifications for the Trauma SPA IGT Program for the Fiscal Year

2018-2019, to benefit Sutter Medical Center dba Eden Medical Center, in the amount of 3,964,960
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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 12

13. Health Care Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve an amendment to Master Contract No. 900077, Procurement No. 16929 with Alameda Health System (Principal: Delvecchio Finley; Location:

Oakland) to provide continued medical care services to indigent patients under the HealthPAC Plan, with no change in the period of 7/1/18 - 6/30/19, increasing the total amount from 33,633,810 to 64,322,793.86 ( 30,688,983.86 increase);
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B. Authorize the Agency Director, or her designee, to negotiate and execute the contract amendment with Alameda Health System, approved as to form by

County Counsel, on your behalf and send the originals to the Clerk of the Board for filing; and
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C. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to make the related budget adjustments - CAO Recommends: Approve - (4/5 Vote) Attachment 13

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14. Health Care Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve a Standard Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 18486) with Toyon Associates, Inc. (Principal: Ronald G. Knapp; Location: Concord)

to provide an independent assessment of Alameda Health System finances, for the period of 5/21/19 - 6/30/21, in the amount of 75,000;
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B. Approve the waiver of the County competitive bidding process for Toyon Associates, Inc., because of its expertise in the field of Medicare and

Medi-Cal reimbursement, its highly specialized experience in financial management, and proven successful track record of financial consultation; and
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C. Authorize the Agency Director, or her designee, to negotiate and execute the Standard Services Agreement on your behalf, subject to approval as to

form by County Counsel, and submit the original to the Clerk of the Board for filing once executed
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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 14

15. Homelessness Council - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve Master Contract No. 901811 with the Housing Solutions for Health Vendor Pool of 22 Vendors to provide outreach, engagement, benefits

enrollment, health and supportive services, and housing and property-related services, to Alameda County residents who are currently or formerly experiencing homelessness, for a three-year term with the date range of 7/1/19 - 6/30/22, in a not to exceed pooled amount of 30,000,000 on behalf of various County departments that will utilize this Master Contract;
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B. Adopt a Resolution recognizing the need for Health Care Services Agency (HCSA) to react swiftly to address the County s homelessness crisis and

authorize HCSA to engage in a non-standard contracting process that allows the HCSA Director or her designee to select qualified pool Vendors as needed through a Request for Qualification (RFQ) process;
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C. Delegate authority to the HCSA Director, or her designee, with joint signatures from the HCSA Director or her designee and from the

User-Agency/Department Head or their designee, to negotiate and execute Agreements under Master Contract No. 901811, upon review and approval by County Counsel, and send the originals to the Clerk of the Board for filing;
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D. Authorize the HCSA Director, or her designee, to negotiate and execute amendments as needed to Agreements under Master Contract No. 901811, upon

review and approval by County Counsel, that have no impact to the total pooled amount of 30,000,000 or the contract period of 7/1/19 - 6/30/22; and
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E. Authorize the HCSA Director, or her designee, to add additional qualified Vendors into the pool that respond through the RFQ process, with no

changes to the total pooled amount of 30,000,000 or the contract period of 7/1/19 - 6/30/22
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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 15

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16. Public Health Department - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Accept roll-over funds of 1,121,629 from Fiscal Year 2017-2018 to Fiscal Year 2018-2019 with California Department of Public Health, California

Tobacco Control Program to promote health policies and educational programs for reducing tobacco consumption;
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B. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to increase appropriation and revenue; C. Approve and execute the First Amendment to the Standard Services

Agreement (Procurement
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Contract No. 16651) with American Nonsmokers Rights Foundation (Principal: Cynthia Hallett; Location: Berkeley) to provide education and technical

assistance regarding smoke-free housing policies, extending the period of 5/1/18 - 6/30/19 by six months until 12/31/19, with no change in the amount of 40,000;
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D. Approve and execute the First Amendment to the Standard Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 17567) with Justin White (Location: San

Francisco) for tobacco health economics consulting services, extending the period of 9/1/18 - 6/30/19 by six months until 12/31/19, with no change in the amount of 75,000;
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E. Approve and execute the First Amendment to the Standard Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 16650) with University of California, San

Diego to perform the California Student Tobacco Survey in Alameda County middle and high schools, extending the period of 9/1/18 - 6/30/19 by six months until 12/31/19, with no change in the amount of 44,500;
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F. Approve and execute the Second Amendment to the Standard Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 16177) with Bright Research Group

(Principal: Brightstar Ohlson; Location: Oakland) to provide tobacco evaluation consulting services, extending the period of 2/1/18 - 6/30/19 by six months until 12/31/19, with no change in the amount of 150,000; and
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G. Approve and execute a Standard Services Agreement (new Procurement Contract No. 18284) with Tramutola (Principal: Larry Tramutola; Location:

Oakland) to provide strategy and communications consulting services, for the period of 5/1/19 - 6/30/20, in the amount of 80,000
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- CAO Recommends: Approve - (4/5 Vote) Attachment 16

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

16.1. ALL IN - Approve the following recommendations:

A. Authorize spending authority to purchase 6,200 of gift cards to provide client support services such as meals and hygiene products; and

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B. Authorize spending authority to purchase 3,100 of Clipper Cards to provide client support services for transportation to essential services

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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 16.1

17. Auditor-Controller Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve the Alameda County Arts Commission's recommendations of the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 ARTSFUND Grants Program awards totaling 71,700; and

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B. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to issue warrants payable to the 43 grant recipients - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 17

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18. Auditor-Controller Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Adopt a Resolution naming the Arts Commission as the Alameda County s designated State-Local Partner with the California Arts Council (CAC);

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B. Authorize the Arts Commission to apply to the CAC for a 45,000 grant to provide for continued participation in the State-Local Partnership Program

and to partially fund Arts Commission staff and general on-going arts and creative expression services to Alameda County community members, for the period of 6/30/19 - 6/29/20;
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C. Authorize the Arts Commission to apply to the CAC for an 18,000 grant to provide for continued participation in the Veterans Initiative Art

Program and to partially fund Arts Commission staff and programs to provide arts and creative expression services to Alameda County veterans and their families, for the period of 6/1/19 - 5/31/20; and
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D. Approve delegation of authority, if grants are awarded, to the Auditor-Controller, or designee, upon review and approval of County Counsel, to

execute the grant contracts and expend grant funds through the Arts Commission's Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget
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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 18

19. Community Development Agency - Rescind Resolution No. 2019-77 and adopt a Resolution committing up

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to 6,423,414 in monies from the Measure A1 General Obligation Housing Bond Rental Housing Development Fund from the Mid County Regional Pool to the

Rosefield Village affordable rental housing development developed by the Housing Authority of the City of Alameda for 90 units of affordable rental housing - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 19
Tagged Passions:development, bond, Development, rental, and housing

20. Community Development Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Adopt a Resolution amending Resolution No. R-2001-568 to revise the membership of the Alameda County Integrated Pest Management Committee to

include two public members, to update the public agency members, and to make other minor administrative adjustments; and

B. Determine that the prior public member seat held by Barbara Wilkie is vacant, as more than 12 years have passed since her appointment

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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 20

21. General Services Agency - Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute Procurement Contract No. 18172

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with Visual Strategies, Inc. (Principal: Dennis Gallagher; Location: San Francisco) to provide website design and content creation services, for the

period of 5/28/19 - 5/27/21, in the amount of 100,000 - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 21
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22. General Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Approve a Standard Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 18193) with Strategic Energy Innovations (Principal: Cyane Dandridge; Location:

San Rafael) to provide up to six Climate Corps interns, for a period of 9/3/19 - 8/31/22, in the total amount of 234,910 in Fiscal Year 2019-2020, with up to 600 increase in Fiscal Year 2020-2021 and up to 36,600 increase in Fiscal Year 2021- 2022; and
Tagged Passions:strategic, contract, services, environment, purchasing, and energy

B. Authorize the Agency Director to prepare and execute the proper Standard Services Agreement, upon review and approval by County Counsel

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- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 22

23. General Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

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A. Award a Installation Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 18223) to Mobile Modular Management Corporation (Principal: Chris Snyder; Location:

Livermore) for the installation of modular classrooms at the Regional Training Center in Dublin, for the period of 5/21/19 - 12/31/19, in the amount of 34,894.48; and
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B. Authorize the Agency Director to prepare and execute the proper agreement documents, upon review and approval by County Counsel

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 23

24. General Services Agency - Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute a services contract (Master Contract

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No. 90174, Procurement Contract No. 18154) with Irinea Duenas dba American Janitorial Services (Location: Hayward) to provide hardscape cleaning

services to the Building Maintenance Department, for the period of 6/1/19 - 5/31/22, in the amount of 247,536 - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 24
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25. General Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:services

A. Approve Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 16546) with Testing Engineers, Inc. (Principal: Michael

Parker; Location: San Leandro) for continued special testing and inspections services for the Cherryland Community Center Project, extending the period of 5/8/18 - 6/30/19 by one year until 6/30/20, with no change in the amount of 38,192; and
Tagged Passions:contract, services, purchasing, and community center

B. Authorize the Agency Director to prepare and execute the Professional Services Agreement addendum upon review and approval by County Counsel

Tagged Passions:services

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 25

AGENDA - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019 - PAGE 11

26. General Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:services

A. Approve the Fourth Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement (Master Contract No. 900972, Procurement Contract No. 7284) with Simpson,

Gumpertz Heger (Principal: Kenneth A. Klein, Location: San Francisco) for specialty waterproofing construction administration, testing and design services for the Highland Hospital Acute Tower Replacement Project at the Highland Hospital Campus, extending the period of 1/8/12 - 12/31/19 by twelve months until 12/31/20, with no increase in the amount of 1,077,000; and
Tagged Passions:construction, hospital, contract, cell tower, Cell tower, services, purchasing, and healthcare

B. Authorize the Agency Director to prepare and execute the proper documents, upon review and approval of County Counsel

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 26

27. General Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:services

A. Accept the bid and award a construction contract (Procurement Contract No. 18229) with Pacific Surfacing, Inc. (Principal: Seth Martinez;

Location: Fremont) to provide sidewalk and parking lot repair services at 1424 Franklin Street in Oakland, for the period of 5/7/19 - 11/30/19, in an amount not to exceed 37,000;
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, streets, contract, services, purchasing, Pedestrian, and parking

B. Approve an additional 3,700 as a Supplemental Work Allowance, and authorize the Agency Director to issue change orders, as necessary, against the

Supplemental Work Allowance; and

C. Authorize the Agency Director to prepare and execute the proper Construction Contract, upon review and approval by County Counsel

Tagged Passions:construction and contract

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 27

28. General Services Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:services

A. Accept a subcontractor substitution for construction contract (Procurement Contract No. 17302) with Thompson Builders Corporation (Principal: Paul

Thompson; Location: Novato) for construction of the Santa Rita Jail Settlement Compliance Phase 1 Interior Accessibility Upgrades Project, for the period of 9/18/18 - 6/30/20, with no change to the not to exceed amount of 8,482,000; and
Tagged Passions:construction, contract, purchasing, compliance, jail, and settlement

B. Authorize the Agency Director Agency to approve the subcontractor substitution to the contract, upon review and approval of County Counsel

Tagged Passions:contract

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 28

29. General Services Agency and Environmental Health - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:health, services, and environment

A. Amend the approved Fiscal Year 2018-2023 Capital Improvement Plan to add the Harbor Bay Parking Lot Project No. CPP19C180860000 to Category I,

Projects Approved and Underway, and a project budget amount of 289,899;
Tagged Passions:budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, ports, boating, and parking

B. Award a Professional Services Agreement (Procurement Contract No. 18105) to Bellecci and Associates (Principal: Daniel Leary; Location:

Pleasanton) for engineering design services related to the Harbor Bay Parking Lot Project at 1131 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda, for the period of 5/20/19 - 6/30/20, in an amount not to exceed 33,981;
Tagged Passions:contract, services, purchasing, ports, boating, and parking

C. Authorize the Director of the General Services Agency to prepare and execute the proper Professional Service Agreement, upon review and approval

by County Counsel; and
Tagged Passions:services

D. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to make the related budget adjustments - CAO Recommends: Approve - (4/5 Vote) Attachment 29

Tagged Passions:budget and audit

AGENDA - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019 - PAGE 12

30. Homelessness Council - Accept the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:council

A. Accept the Fiscal Year 2018 Welcome Home Expansion Continuum of Care Program grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

in the total amount of 600,000 for rental assistance subsidies and supportive services for chronically homeless people who have disabilities, for the period of 12/1/19 - 11/30/20; and
Tagged Passions:grant, expansion, development, services, program, Development, rental, homeless, and housing

B. Delegate authority to the Community Development Agency Director, or his designee, to execute the grant agreement with HUD

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

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 30

30.1. Homelessness Council - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:council

A. Approve an extension to the Alameda County Continuum of Care Program (CoC) Planning Project Fiscal Year 2017, extending the grant period of 5/1/18

- 4/30/19 by twelve months until 4/30/20, with no change in the amount of 998,188; and
Tagged Passions:planning, grant, and program

B. Approve Procurement Contract No. 18266 with the Tides Center (Principal: Judith Hill; Location: San Francisco) as fiscal sponsor of EveryOne Home,

for the provision of services related to the Fiscal Year 2017 CoC Planning Project Fiscal Year 2017 grant, for the period of 5/1/19 - 4/30/20, in the amount of 618,877
Tagged Passions:planning, grant, contract, services, and purchasing

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 30.1

31. Human Resource Services - Second reading and adoption of Salary Ordinance amendments to: 1) establish

Tagged Passions:ordinance and services

a total of four new classifications: Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) Clerk (0244CA), LAFCo Analyst (0248PA), and LAFCo Executive Officer

(0256SM) located in the County Administrator s Office, and Assessor s Communications Coordinator (0321PA) located in the Assessor s Office; and 2) amend Section 3-15.21 to include a total of two positions under Job Code 9671NM (Stationary Engineer, PWA) in the Public Works Agency to be eligible to receive additional compensation when assigned to serve in a lead capacity - Continued from 5/7/19 (Item 22) Attachment 31
Tagged Passions:compensation, boards and commissions, communications, Public Works, public works, administrator, and Communications

32. Human Resource Services - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:services

A. Second reading and adoption of an Ordinance amending and extending the 12/21/15 - 12/14/19 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Northern

California Public Sector Region Local 1021 of the Service Employees International Union, CTW (SEIU Local 1021) and the County of Alameda (County);
Tagged Passions:ordinance and union

B. Adopt a total of two Sideletters of Agreement contained in the SEIU Local 1021 MOU; and C. Second reading and adoption of an Ordinance amending

Section 7-10 Cafeteria Benefit Plan:
Tagged Passions:ordinance and union

Amount of Allocable Money of the Salary Ordinance - Continued from 5/7/19 (Item 23) Attachment 32

Tagged Passions:ordinance

33. This item was withdrawn by the department.

AGENDA - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019 - PAGE 13

34. Information Technology Department - Authorize the Chief Information Officer, or his designee, to enter

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

into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Superior Court of California, County of Alameda, subject to the review and approval by County Counsel,

for information technology department services related to infrastructure, Data Center facilities, programming, and usage of various County information systems effective 1/1/19 until termination by written agreement - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 34
Tagged Passions:legal, services, Technology, technology, information technology, court, and Information Technology

35. Information Technology Department - Authorize the Chief Information Officer to execute a sole source

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

contract (Procurement Contract No. 18519) upon review and approval by County Counsel, with Granicus, LLC (Principal: Brendan Stierman; Location:

Saint Paul, Minnesota) for continuation of subscription services to the Granicus Communications Cloud for the ACGOV.ORG website, for the period of 6/15/19 - 6/14/22, in an amount not to exceed 192,149.96 - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 35
Tagged Passions:contract, services, purchasing, communications, and Communications

36. Information Technology Department and General Services Agency - Authorize the Purchasing Agent to

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

execute a contract (Master Contract No. 901688, Procurement Contract No. 17839) with Digital Scepter Corporation (Principal: Matt Caponera; Location:

Irvine) to provide next generation security platform firewall to the Alameda County Information Technology Department, for the period of 6/1/19 - 5/31/22, in the amount of 851,736.25 - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 36
Tagged Passions:security, contract, purchasing, Technology, technology, information technology, and Information Technology

37. Library - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:library

A. Approve Procurement Contract No. 18285 with Laptops Anytime (Principal: Matthew Buscher; Location: Dallas, Texas) to provide annual software

licensing for eight kiosk stations for storing and charging iPads and laptops at various Alameda County Library locations, for the period of 4/1/19 - 3/31/20, in the amount of 72,258; and
Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, information technology, library, and Information Technology

B. Authorize the County Librarian, or her designee, to execute the Procurement Contract - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 37

Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, and library

37.1. Oakland Unified School District - Adopt a Resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of the Oakland

Tagged Passions:sale and education

Unified School District General Obligation Bonds (Election of 2012), Series 2019A (the Series 2019A Bonds ) and the Oakland Unified School District

General Obligation Bonds (Election of 2012), Series 2019B (Federally Taxable) (the Series 2019B Bonds and, together with the Series 2019A Bonds, the Bonds ) in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed 175,000,000 - CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 37.1
Tagged Passions:voting, bond, election, and education

38. This item was withdrawn by the department.

39. Treasurer-Tax Collector - Accept the Treasurer-Tax Collector's Investment Report for March 2019 - CAO

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

Recommends: Approve Attachment 39

AGENDA - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019 - PAGE 14

40. County Administrator's Office and Auditor-Controller Agency - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:administrator and audit

A. Transfer up to 100 million in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 to the Pension Liability Reduction Account (PLRA), a designation for reducing the County of

Alameda's portion of the unfunded pension liability;
Tagged Passions:retirement

B. Direct staff to continue researching structures for investing the designated funds, including but not limited to, discussions with the Alameda

County Employees' Retirement Association or other investment firms that provide prudent returns, local control and investment flexibility; and
Tagged Passions:funding, retirement, seniors, and investment

C. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to transfer up to 100 million from reserves, designations, appropriations and other available funds to augment

the PLRA
Tagged Passions:funding and audit

Attachment 40

PUBLIC PROTECTION

41. Ad Hoc Committee on Urban Area Security Initiative - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:security

A. Receive, review and discuss emergency management updates at the Board and/or Committee level, on a regular basis;

Tagged Passions:emergency

B. Ensure the sustained operation of a dedicated space within the County governance structure, to oversee and coordinate County-wide, cross-agency

emergency management activities, including planning for, preventing, responding to, mitigating, and recovering from disasters, which reports to the Board and/or Committee level;
Tagged Passions:planning and emergency

C. Maintain the vision for emergency management in Alameda County, as articulated by the Ad Hoc Committee on Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI);

tenets of the vision include:
Tagged Passions:strategic, security, and emergency

i. Promoting a Cultures of Preparedness approach, that builds on the current research andguidance released by Federal Emergency Management Agency;

ii. Adopting a Whole Community Approach; iii. Incorporating access and functional needs into our measure of readiness iv. Building neighborhood resilience through equitable engagements;
Tagged Passions:emergency and neighborhood

D. Direct County departments to pursue all relevant funding sources (including Bay Area UASI) for emergency management; and

Tagged Passions:funding and emergency

E. Dissolve the Ad Hoc Committee on UASI Attachment 41

41.1. Probation Department - Approve the following recommendations:

A. Approve a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Alameda County Probation Department and the Oakland Unified School District to implement a

cross-age mentoring program for 80 at-risk middle and high school students, for the period of 8/12/19 - 5/28/20, in an amount not to exceed 390,000; and
Tagged Passions:risk, program, education, mentoring, and students

B. Authorize the Chief Probation Officer, or designee, to sign the MOU upon review and approval as to form by County Counsel

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 41.1

AGENDA - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019 - PAGE 15

42. Sheriff - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:public safety

A. Approve an agreement (Procurement Contract No. 18204) with Automotive Designs and Fabrication (Principal: Maria A. Sandoval; Location: San

Fernando) for the purchase and installation of a mobile geographic information system technology and vehicle conversion service, for the period of 6/1/19 - 2/28/20, in an amount not to exceed 80,000; and
Tagged Passions:GIS, contract, purchasing, Technology, and technology

B. Authorize the Sheriff, or his designee, to execute the contract and sign any necessary documentation for the agreement, subject to approval as to

form by County Counsel
Tagged Passions:contract and public safety

- CAO Recommends: Approve Attachment 42

43. Sheriff - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:public safety

A. Authorize an increase of appropriations for the Sheriff s Office Law Enforcement Services Division in an amount up to 10,628, for the purchase of

special breaching tools, which is fully offset with revenue from the Alameda County Narcotics Task Force Federal Asset Forfeiture Trust Fund; and
Tagged Passions:drugs, funding, public safety, services, and purchasing

B. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to make the related budget adjustments - CAO Recommends: Approve - (4/5 Vote) Attachment 43

Tagged Passions:budget and audit

44. Sheriff - Approve the following recommendations:

Tagged Passions:public safety

A. Authorize the Sheriff, or his designee, to sign the second contract amendment (Procurement Contract No. 16940) with the Alameda County Deputy

Sheriffs' Activities League, Inc. (DSAL) (Principal: Bill Eskridge; Location: San Leandro) for DSAL to provide additional recreational programs and crime prevention services, with no change in the period of 7/1/18 - 6/30/19, increasing the amount from 500,000 to 629,000 ( 129,000 increase); and
Tagged Passions:contract, public safety, services, program, purchasing, crime, and recreation

B. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to make the related budget adjustments - CAO Recommends: Approve - (4/5 Vote) Attachment 44

Tagged Passions:budget and audit

SITTING AS THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ALAMEDA COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT

Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts

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