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Board of Supervisors

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -1- May 21, 2019

MICHAEL POWERS County Executive Officer and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors

ROSA GONZALEZ Chief Deputy Clerk of the Board (805) 654-2251

LEROY SMITH County Counsel

WEB ACCESS At: www.ventura.org/bosagenda Live Broadcast and Video Archives Board Calendar, Agenda, Agenda Items, and Summary of Actions

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

May 21, 2019

8:30 AM

Board of Supervisors

Ventura County

County Government Center Hall of Administration Board of Supervisors

Hearing Room 800 S. Victoria Avenue

Ventura, California 93009

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

STEVE BENNETT, District 1 CHAIR San Buenaventura, Montalvo, Saticoy, Ojai Valley, City of Ojai, Upper Ojai Valley, Riverpark, Northwest Oxnard, North

Coast and West Lockwood Valley

LINDA PARKS, District 2 Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, Westlake Village, Oak Park, Bell Canyon, Hidden Valley, Lake Sherwood, Somis, Las Posas Valley,

California State University Channel Islands, Portions of the Oxnard Plain, Santa Rosa Valley, Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu, California Air National Guard, and South Coast
Tagged Passions:parks, university, and military

KELLY LONG, District 3 VICE CHAIR Camarillo, Port Hueneme, Southeast Oxnard, East Oxnard Plain, Santa Paula, Fillmore, Piru, East Lockwood Valley,

and Eastern Portion of Naval Base Ventura County Port Hueneme
Tagged Passions:military

ROBERT O. HUBER, District 4 Simi Valley, Moorpark, Santa Susana Knolls, Box Canyon, Chatsworth Peak, Home Acres, Sinaloa Lake, and Tierra Rejada

Valley

JOHN C. ZARAGOZA, District 5 Oxnard, Oxnard Shores, Mandalay Bay, Silver Strand, Hollywood Beach, Hollywood By the Sea, Channel Islands Harbor, El

Rio, Nyeland Acres, Del Norte Area, Oxnard College, Oxnard Plain, Strickland and Portion of Naval Base Ventura County Port Hueneme
Tagged Passions:beach, ports, boating, university, and military

Persons who require accommodation for any audio, visual or other disability in order to review an agenda, or to participate in a meeting of the Board

of Supervisors per the American Disabilities Act (ADA), may obtain assistance by requesting such accommodation in writing addressed to the Clerk of the Board, 800 South Victoria Avenue, Loc. 1920, Ventura, CA 93009 or telephonically by calling (805) 654-2251. Any such request for accommodation should be made at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting for which assistance is requested.
Tagged Passions:disability

All agenda reports and supporting data, including those filed in accordance with Government Code Section 54957.5 (b) (1) and (2) are available from

the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Office, Ventura County Government Center, Hall of Administration, 4th Floor, 800 South Victoria Avenue, Ventura, California. The same materials will be available and attached with each associated agenda item, when received, at the following website: www.ventura.org/bosagenda.
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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -2- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -2- May 21, 2019

LEGAL NOTICES

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There will be no regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, May 28, 2019.

Welcome to the Meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Ventura, also sitting as the Governing Board of the County Service Areas, Fire

Protection District, Lake Sherwood Community Services District, Watershed Protection District, Ventura County In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority, Ventura County Library, Ventura County Public Financing Authority, and the Waterworks Districts.
Tagged Passions:services, watershed, and library

The following information is provided to help you understand, follow, and participate in the Board meeting:

Public Comments Public comment is the opportunity for members of the public to participate in meetings by addressing the Board of Supervisors in

connection with one or more agenda or non-agenda items. Public comments by a member of the public at a single meeting are limited to a cumulative total of five minutes at such meeting unless the time allotment is increased or decreased by the Chair depending on the number of speakers. The public comment period during the opening part of the meeting to address non-agenda items is limited to 30 minutes total for all speakers; this 30-minute limit does not apply to items on the agenda.

Members of the public who wish to orally address the Board during public comment are encouraged to submit a blue speaker card to the Clerk of the

Board. Members of the public who wish to submit comments but not orally address the Board should submit a yellow comment card to the Clerk of the Board with written comments.

To maintain a public meeting environment conducive and welcoming to receiving public comments from all members of the public, the audience is

discouraged from engaging in displays of support or opposition to staff reports or public comments, including clapping, booing, hissing or cheering, that may create a disruptive or intimidating environment for members of the public wishing to participate. Any person who disrupts a meeting will be instructed to cease the disruptive conduct. Failure to do so may result in that person being removed from the meeting.
Tagged Passions:Conservation and environment

Members of the public who would like to augment their comments with visual or audio presentations using County equipment must submit their materials

to the Clerk of the Board and the Chair for review before use of County equipment will be allowed. The review will be conducted to determine only whether the materials are on matters within the jurisdiction of the Board, would be disruptive of the meeting, or would foster illegality, such as identity theft. If it is determined the materials are about matters not within the Board s jurisdiction, or would be disruptive of the meeting, or would foster illegality, use of County equipment will not be allowed.
Tagged Passions:equipment and materials

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -3- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -3- May 21, 2019

Items on the Consent Agenda, Regular Agenda, Closed Session Agenda, and Correspondence Agenda will be heard at the Board's discretion. Time Certain

Items, Presentations, and Hearings will be heard as close to the listed time as possible, but no sooner than the listed time.
Tagged Passions:hearing

Correspondence Agenda matters are being presented to the Board for information. These items require no action or are not ready for Board

consideration. The Clerk of the Board may refer these matters to the County Departments and Agencies for acknowledgement, investigation and report back, direct action or response as appropriate. Report back to the Board may appear on Agenda for action by the Board of Supervisors or for informational purposes upon dates indicated below as appropriate.

REMINDER: In order to minimize distractions during public meetings, all personal communication devices should be turned off or put in a non-audible

mode.
Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

OPENING

1. Call to Order.

2. Roll Call.

3. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

4. Minutes of the meeting of the County and Special Districts governed by the Board held

Tuesday, May 7, 2019.

5. Agenda Review - Consider and approve, by majority vote, minor revisions to Board items

and/or attachments and any item added to, or removed/continued from, the Board of Supervisors Agenda.

6. Moment of Inspiration.

7. Consent Agenda Items 11 Through 33 - Review and approve unless an item is pulled for

separate action by the Board and moved to the Regular agenda for consideration. Consent items are to be routine and non-controversial. All items are

approved as recommended without discussion. (See Guidelines above)

8. Public Comments - Citizen presentations regarding County related matters NOT appearing on

this agenda. (See Guidelines above)

9. Board Comments - Comments by Board members on matters they deem appropriate including

memorial adjournments. A Board member may ask a question for clarification, make a brief announcement, or make a brief report on his or her own

activities. A Board member may also provide a reference to staff or other resources for factual information, or request staff to report back to the Board at a subsequent meeting concerning any matter. The Board may also direct staff to place a matter of business on a future agenda.
Tagged Passions:business

10. CEO Comments - Brief announcements and report on CEO and County workforce activities.

Tagged Passions:workforce

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -4- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -4- May 21, 2019

CONSENT AGENDA

COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE

11. Receive and File Report Regarding the Boys and Girls Clubs in the Unincorporated Area of

Ventura County in Nyeland Acres, Saticoy, and Piru. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

12. Adoption of the Conflict of Interest Code for the Architecture, Construction and Engineering

Tagged Passions:construction

Charter High School. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:education

13. Adoption of an Amended Conflict of Interest Code for the General Services Agency.

Tagged Passions:services

CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

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14. Ratification of, and Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing, the District Attorney s Application for

Tagged Passions:legal

and Acceptance of Family Justice Center Grant Funds in an Amount up to 400,000 from the California Governor s Office of Emergency Services. CEO

SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATION
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, services, and emergency

HEALTH CARE AGENCY - Behavioral Health

Tagged Passions:health

15. Approval of, and Authorization for the Ventura County Behavioral Health (VCBH) Director to

Tagged Passions:health

Sign, the Fourth Amendment to the Agreement for Respite Services with United Parents, Inc. Increasing the Contract Maximum from 125,732 to 132,232,

Effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019; Approval of, and Authorization for the Ventura VCBH Director to Sign, the Fifth Amendment to the Agreement for Respite Services with United Parents, Inc. Extending the Term of the Agreement for an Additional Six-Month Period, in the Amount of 112,867, Effective July 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019; and Authorization for the VCBH Director to Extend the Terms of the Agreement Up to Two Times for a Period of No More than One Year Each. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:contract, services, and parents

16. Approval of, and Authorization for the Ventura County Behavioral Health Director to Sign, a

Tagged Passions:health

Standard Agreement for Federal Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program Services in Response to the Hill and Woolsey Fires with the

California Department of Health Care Services, in the Amount of 351,868, Effective November 12, 2018 through June 30, 2019. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:health, services, program, and training

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -5- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -5- May 21, 2019

CONSENT AGENDA, CONTINUED

HEALTH CARE AGENCY - Public Health

Tagged Passions:health

17. Approval of a Letter in Support of the Application by the Ventura County Public Health

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Department for Reaccreditation by the Public Health Accreditation Board. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:health and accreditation

18. Ratification of the County Executive Officer's Execution of a Standard Grant Agreement for

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Integrated HIV Surveillance and Prevention Services with the California Department of Public Health in the Amount of 606,124, for the Term January 1,

2019 through December 31, 2022. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:health, services, and surveillance

HEALTH CARE AGENCY - Ventura County Medical Center

Tagged Passions:health

19. Approval of, and Authorization for the Health Care Agency Director to Sign, Amendments to

Tagged Passions:health

the Professional Services and Operations Agreements with Twelve of the County s Affiliated Clinic Providers, Extending the Contracts through June 30,

2019 with No Additional Fiscal Impact. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:contract and services

HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

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20. Approval of a Recommendation of the Workforce Development Board of Ventura County to

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

Appoint Carolyn Vang-Walker to the Workforce Development Board of Ventura County for a Term Ending May 21, 2022. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:appointments, development, Development, workforce development, and workforce

PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY - County of Ventura

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

21. Receive and File Contractor Payment Tabulation for the Month of March 2019; All

Supervisorial Districts. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

22. Find that the Proposed Government Center Fuel Island Project is Categorically Exempt from

the California Environmental Quality Act; and Authorization for the Public Works Agency Director to File a Notice of Exemption with the County Clerk;

Project Number P6T 16020; Supervisorial District No. 1. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:environment, Public Works, and public works

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -6- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -6- May 21, 2019

CONSENT AGENDA, CONTINUED

PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY - County of Ventura, CONTINUED

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

23. Approval of the Plans and Specifications Including Addendum No. 1 for the Pavement

Resurfacing Yerba Buena Area Project, near the City of Malibu; Find the Project Categorically Exempt from California Environmental Quality Act; Waive

Minor Bid Irregularities; and Award of, and Authorization for the Public Works Agency Director to Execute, a Contract with All American Asphalt in the Amount of 3,919,808.95; Project Specification No. RD19-10, Project No. 50584; Supervisorial District No. 2. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, streets, contract, environment, Public Works, and public works

24. Adoption of a Resolution Adopting Chapter 10 of the California Department of Transportation's

Tagged Passions:transportation

Local Assistance Procedures Manual for Procurement of Architectural and Engineering Consultant Services for All Projects Reimbursed with State or

Federal Funds; All Supervisorial Districts. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:funding, procedure, services, and purchasing

25. Receive and File a Report Regarding the Completion of Work Under an Emergency Contract

Tagged Passions:contract and emergency

for the Yerba Buena Road MP 2.38 Emergency Culvert Replacement Project by J H Engineering General Contractors, Inc.; and Terminate the Emergency

Action; Project No. 50587, Specification No. RD19-09(E); Supervisorial District No. 2. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:streets, emergency, and stormwater

26. Approval of, and Authorization for the Public Works Agency Director to Sign, a Ten-Year

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

License Agreement for Non-Exclusive Use of a Portion of a Road Providing the Information Technology Services Department Access to the County

Communications Facility Located on South Mountain near Santa Paula with Linda Lee Espinoza, David M. Karen, Linda Reed- Haase, Ronald G. Thornton, Nancy Fonteyn, Janice Pressler, and Virginia Kjer in the Amount of 1,500 Per Year in addition to an Initial One-Time Payment of 1,500; Supervisorial District No. 3. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:facility, streets, services, Technology, communications, technology, license, Communications, information technology, and Information Technology

27. Approval of, and Authorization for the Public Works Agency Director to Sign, a Ten-Year

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

License Agreement for Non-Exclusive Use of a Portion of a Road Providing the Information Technology Services Department Access to the County

Communications Facility Located on South Mountain near Santa Paula with Ojai Oil Company, a California Corporation, in the Amount of 500 Per Year in addition to an Initial One-Time Payment of 500; Supervisorial District No. 3. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:facility, streets, Fossil Fuels - Oil, services, Technology, communications, technology, license, Communications, information technology, and Information Technology

28. Approval of the State Match Program Agreement with the California Department of

Tagged Passions:program

Transportation for Fiscal Year 2018-19; All Supervisorial Districts. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:transportation

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -7- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -7- May 21, 2019

CONSENT AGENDA, CONTINUED

PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY - Watershed Protection District

Tagged Passions:watershed, Public Works, and public works

29. Receive and File Materials Regarding the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 Benefit Assessment for the

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Costs of Flood Control Services in Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4; and Set Public Hearing for June 11, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. to Consider Adopting the FY 2019-20

Benefit Assessment Program, Including the Components Listed as Routine Operations and Maintenance, Flood Damage Repair Reserve, and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Municipal Stormwater Permit Implementation; All Watershed Protection District Zones; All Supervisorial Districts. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:services, program, watershed, flooding, hearing, and stormwater

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY - Environmental Health

Tagged Passions:health and environment

30. Receive and File the Hazardous Materials Discharge Reports for April 27, 2019 through May

Tagged Passions:materials and hazardous materials

10, 2019 - Proposition 65. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Tagged Passions:public safety

31. Authorization for the Sheriff to Accept Funds from the 2019 Domestic Cannabis

Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Eradication/Suppression Program from the United States Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration in the Amount of 45,000, Effective

October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019; Authorization for the Sheriff to Sign the Letter of Agreement; and Authorization for the Auditor-Controller to Process the Necessary Budgetary Transactions.
Tagged Passions:drugs, budget, public safety, program, and audit

RECOMMENDATION NO. 3 REQUIRES 4/5THS VOTE CEO SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATIONS

TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, Treasurer, and TREASURER

32. Adoption of a Resolution to Renew the Delegation of Authority to the Treasurer-Tax Collector

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, Treasurer, and TREASURER

to Invest or Reinvest Funds of the County and Funds of all Depositors in the County Treasury, Effective July 1, 2019 through July 1, 2020. CEO

SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATION
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33. Receive and File Report of Investments, Including Market Values for Investments for the Month

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Ending March 31, 2019. CEO SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATION

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -8- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -8- May 21, 2019

TIME CERTAIN ITEMS, PRESENTATIONS AND HEARINGS

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9:15 A.M.

34. Presentation of a Resolution Honoring 2018-2019 Santa Clara High School Boys Basketball

Tagged Passions:recognition and education

Team. (Supervisor Zaragoza - 10 Minutes)

9:30 A.M.

35. Presentation of a Resolution Proclaiming May 19 - 25, 2019 as National Public Works Week in

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

Ventura County. (Supervisor Bennett - 15 Minutes)

36. Second Public Hearing Regarding Adoption of an Ordinance Repealing Ordinance No. 4463

Tagged Passions:ordinance and hearing

and Enacting an Ordinance Eliminating Compensation for Board of Supervisor Members for Service on the Ventura County Employees Retirement Association

Board and the Ventura County Assessment Appeals Board.
Tagged Passions:compensation, ordinance, retirement, and seniors

(Supervisor Bennett - 5 Minutes) HEARD ON APRIL 30, 2019 ITEM NO. 23

37. Establishment of a Board Policy Statement Supporting Full County Funding of All Essential

Tagged Passions:funding and policy

Items for Search and Rescue Teams and an Allocation of 60,000 in One-Time Funding in the 2019-2020 County Budget for Sheriff s Mountain Search and

Rescue Teams. (Supervisor Bennett - 5 Minutes)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and public safety

38. Recommendation to Direct the County Executive Office (CEO) to Analyze Including in the

Fiscal Year 2019-20 County Budget a Request from Westminster Free Clinic for 1.5-million in One-Time Funds for the Establishment of a West-County

Westminster Free Clinic; Direct the CEO to Establish Agreements with Westminster Free Clinic and with the Ventura County Community Foundation Regarding Providing This Funding Per a Three-Year Funding and Implementation Program. (Supervisor Bennett and Supervisor Zaragoza - 5 Minutes)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and program

10:00 A.M.

39. Presentation of a Resolution Proclaiming the Month of May 2019 as Military Appreciation

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Month in Ventura County. (Supervisor Bennett - 5 Minutes)

40. Presentation of a Resolution Proclaiming the Month of May 2019 as Older Americans Month in

Ventura County. (Supervisor Bennett - 5 Minutes)

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -9- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -9- May 21, 2019

TIME CERTAIN ITEMS, PRESENTATIONS AND HEARINGS, CONTINUED

Tagged Passions:hearing

10:00 A.M., CONTINUED

41. Public Hearing Regarding the Approval of the Department of Airports Fiscal Year 2019-20

Tagged Passions:airport and hearing

Rent and Fee Schedule, Effective July 1, 2019; Delegation of Authority to the County Executive Officer and the Director of Airports to Execute

Leases, Subleases, Licenses, Permits, Special Use/Activity Permits, Operation Agreements, Extensions, Amendments, Consents, Notices of Intent to Terminate and Unlawful Detainer Complaints in Accordance with the Provisions of the Schedule; and Adoption of a Resolution Establishing Rents, Fees, and Insurance Requirements for the Department of Airports; Supervisorial District Nos. 3 and 5.
Tagged Passions:leasing, airport, insurance, and license

RECOMMENDATION NO. 2 REQUIRES 4/5THS VOTE (Department of Airports - 10 Minutes) CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

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42. Public Hearing Regarding Approval of the Issuance of Bonds by the California Enterprise

Tagged Passions:bond and hearing

Development Authority (CEDA); and Adoption of Resolution Authorizing CEDA to Issue Bonds for the Benefit of The Thacher School in an Amount Not to

Exceed 23,000,000.
Tagged Passions:development, bond, Development, and education

(County Executive Office - 5 Minutes) CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

43. Public Hearing Regarding Adoption of Resolutions Establishing and Amending the Service

Tagged Passions:hearing

Rates and Fees for Various Services of the County, Watershed Protection District, and Fire Protection District for Fiscal Year 2019-20; and Adoption

of a Resolution Amending the Rents, Fees, and Insurance Requirements for the Harbor Department and Reaffirming the Harbor Director's Authority to Approve Agreements within Board-Established Guidelines.
Tagged Passions:services, insurance, watershed, ports, boating, and rates

RECOMMENDATION NO. 2 REQUIRES 4/5THS VOTE (County Executive Office - 5 Minutes) CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

10:30 A.M.

44. Receive and File the American Public Works Association, Ventura County Chapter's Project of

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

the Year Awards for Water and Sanitation Department; All Supervisorial Districts. (Public Works Agency - 10 Minutes) CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS

PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:utility, solid waste, Utility, water, Public Works, and public works

45. Receive and File Fiscal Year 2019-20 Department Budget Presentations for the Human

Tagged Passions:budget

Services Agency and Public Works Agency. (County Executive Office - 1 Hour 15 Minutes) CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:services, Public Works, and public works

2:00 P.M.

46. Adopt and Issue Report Describing Measures Taken to Alleviate Conditions that Led to

Adoption of lnterim Urgency Ordinance No. 4542; All Supervisorial Districts. (County Counsel - 2 Hours)

Tagged Passions:ordinance

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -10- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -10- May 21, 2019

REGULAR AGENDA

AREA AGENCY ON AGING

47. Approval of the Area Agency on Aging s Application to the Ventura County Transportation

Tagged Passions:transportation

Commission for a Federal Transit Administration Funding Grant to Provide Transportation Services for Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities in

the Amount of 350,000, Effective March 2020 through February 2022. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, boards and commissions, transportation, and services

48. Approval of the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging Strategic Plan Update for Fiscal Year

Tagged Passions:strategic

2019-20; and Approval of the Strategic Plan Update Letter of Transmittal, as Required by the California Department of Aging. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL

AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:strategic

HEALTH CARE AGENCY

Tagged Passions:health

49. Adoption of a Resolution Deleting One Hundred Thirty Seven (137) Unfunded and Vacant

Regular and Per Diem Pool Positions within the Health Care Agency. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:health

HEALTH CARE AGENCY - Behavioral Health

Tagged Passions:health

50. Approval of, and Authorization for the Ventura County Behavioral Health (VCBH) Director to

Tagged Passions:health

Sign, the Agreement for Short Term Crisis Residential Treatment Program Services with Golden State Health Centers, Inc. (GSHC), in the Amount of

2,205,767, Effective June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020; Approval of, and Authorization for the VCBH Director to Sign, the Agreement for Adult Residential Treatment Services at the Mental Health Rehabilitation Center with GSHC, in the Amount of 1,687,959, Effective June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020; and Authorization for the VCBH Director to Modify Medi-Cal Mental Health Provisional Unit Rates and Extend the Term of the Agreements. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:health, services, program, mental health, and rates

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

51. Recommendation of Supervisor Long to Appoint Oscar Mendez to the Piru Cemetery District

Tagged Passions:appointments

for Term Ending January 4, 2021.

52. Recommendation of Supervisor Huber to Reappoint James Vandenberg to the Civil Service

Tagged Passions:appointments

Commission for a Term Ending June 1, 2023.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -11- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -11- May 21, 2019

REVISED REGULAR AGENDA, CONTINUED

COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE

53. Authorization for the County Executive Officer to Apply for Social Impact Partnerships to Pay

for Results Act Funding from the United States Department of the Treasury, in the Approximate Amount of 3,000,000; and Authorization for the (CEO) to

Sign the Partnership Agreement. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:funding

54. Adoption of a Resolution Providing for the Issuance and Sale of 2019-20 Tax and Revenue

Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, and Taxes

Anticipation Notes in an Amount Not to Exceed 200,000,000, and Approving a Notice of Intention to Sell Notes, the Official Notice Inviting Bids, an

Official Statement, a Continuing Disclosure Certificate and Certain Other Matters Relating Thereto. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

CLOSED SESSION AGENDA

Closed Session - It is the intention of the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Ventura County Fire Protection District Board, the In-Home

Supportive Services (IHSS) Public Authority Board, and Ventura County Watershed Protection District Board to meet in Closed Session to consider the following items:
Tagged Passions:services and watershed

BEFORE THE VENTURA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:

55. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Gov. Code,

Tagged Passions:legal

54956.9)

INITIATION OF LITIGATION PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH (4) OF SUBDIVISION (d) OF SECTION 54956.9: Number of cases: One

Tagged Passions:legal and subdivision

56. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL EXISTING LITIGATION (Gov. Code,

Tagged Passions:legal

54956.9)

PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.9, SUBDIVISION (d), PARAGRAPH (1): NAME OF CASE: Epona, LLC. v. County of Ventura, et al.; United States

District Court Case No. CV 2:16-cv-06372-DMG (PLAx)
Tagged Passions:legal, subdivision, and court

57. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL EXISTING LITIGATION (Gov. Code, 54956.9)

Tagged Passions:legal

PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.9, SUBDIVISION (d), PARAGRAPH (1): NAME OF CASE: Robert James v. County of Ventura; Ventura County Superior

Court Case No. 56-2017-00499431-CU-OE-VTA
Tagged Passions:legal, subdivision, and court

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -12- May 21, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -12- May 21, 2019

CORRESPONDENCE AGENDA

Receive and File Correspondence Agenda Item 58- Communications Received and Filed by the Clerk of the Board on Behalf of the Board of Supervisors,

with Copies Furnished as Indicated.
Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

58. Receive and File Correspondence from Karma Hackney, Individual Assistance Program

Tagged Passions:program

Manager with the California Office of Emergency Services Regarding U.S. Department of Agriculture Designation - February Storms.

Tagged Passions:agriculture, services, emergency, and manager

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