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Marin County Gateway Improvement Authority Board of Directors

Marin County BOS Agenda 1 7/9/2019

AGENDA FOR MARIN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

MARIN COUNTY GATEWAY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS MARIN COUNTY GATEWAY REFINANCING AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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MARIN COUNTY OPEN SPACE DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Agenda items will be heard at the time specified or later, depending on the progress of the meeting.

The Marin County Board of Supervisors encourages a respectful dialogue that supports freedom of speech and values diversity of opinion. The Board,

staff and the public are
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expected to be polite and courteous, and refrain from questioning the character or motives of others. Please help create an atmosphere of respect by

not booing, whistling or clapping, by

adhering to speaking time limits, and by silencing your cell phone.

AGENDA

Tuesday, July 9, 2019 Board of Supervisors Chambers, Room 330, Civic Center

9:00 a.m. Convene as the Marin County Board of Supervisors 1. Music Performance: Enriching Lives through Music ( ELM ), graduating senior quartet.

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2. Presentation of the Employee of the Month Award, June 2019, to Deputy Sheriff Josie

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Sanguinetti, in the Marin County Sheriff s Office.

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3. Board of Supervisors' matters and informational updates concerning regional Board

assignments.

4. Administrator's report.

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5. Consent Calendar A (Items CA-1 through CA-10) ( Consent Calendar A reflects those

agenda items that have prior policy approval from the Board. The detail of Consent Calendar agenda items can be found following agenda item 17.)

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6. Consent Calendar B (Items CB-1 through CB-3) ( Consent Calendar B reflects those

agenda items requiring 4/5 vote of available members relating to budgetary matters. The detail of Consent Calendar agenda items can be found

following agenda item 17.)
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7. Open time for public expression, up to three minutes per speaker, on items not on the Board

of Supervisors agenda. (While members of the public are welcome to address the Board, under the Brown Act, Board members may not deliberate or take

action on items not on the agenda, and generally may only listen.)

8. Request from the Community Development Agency to authorize President to execute

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agreement with Canal Alliance, in the amount of 120,000, to conduct outreach for the 2020 census.

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Recommended action: Approve.

8 - STAFF REPORT 8 - AGREEMENT

Marin County BOS Agenda 2 7/9/2019

9. Request from the County Administrator for Board concurrence and adoption of response to 2018-19 Grand Jury Report: Wildfire Preparedness: A New

Approach (April 18, 2019).
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Recommended actions: Concur in and thereby adopt response and direct the President to submit the response to the Presiding Judge.

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9 - STAFF REPORT

9 - ATTACHMENT - REPORT 9 - ATTACHMENT - RESPONSE

10. Appointments:

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a. Commission on Aging Two term expirations. Applications have been received from Fred Silverman and Sharon

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Turner (incumbents, District 3). Recommended actions: Make two (2) District 3 appointments.

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b. Disaster Council One term expiration. An application has been received from Garry Lion (incumbent, Marin

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Economic Forum representative). Recommended action: Make one (1) appointment.

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c. Fish and Wildlife Commission Three term expirations. Applications have been received from Craig Anderson (Hunter

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representative), Ed Schulze (incumbent, Hunter representative), and Alex Nichelini (incumbent, Sport Fisherman representative).

Recommended actions: Make three (3) appointments.

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d. Library Commission Five term expirations. Applications have been received from Linda Ward (incumbent, District

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1), Ann Laner Kaplan (incumbent, District 3), and Tyrone Cannon, (incumbent, District 4). Recommended actions: (i) Make one appointment each in

Districts 1, 3, and 4; and (ii)
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continue with remaining appointments for District 2 and District 5 representatives.

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e. Parks and Open Space Commission Four At-Large term expirations. Applications have been received from incumbents Oscar

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Guardado, Larry Kennings, Pat O'Brien, and Bruce Raful. Recommended actions: Make four (4) appointments.

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f. Women's Commission Five term expirations. Applications have been received from Kate Byrne (incumbent, District

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1), Sally Stocks (District 2), Amy Schroeder (incumbent, District 3), Catherine Hargrave, (incumbent, District 4), and Jacqueline Janssen (incumbent,

District 5).

Recommended actions: Make one appointment each in Districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

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11. Request from Marin County Parks to conduct a public information meeting regarding

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continuation of the Rush Creek Landscaping and Lighting District. Recommended actions: Conduct a public information meeting and schedule July 23,

2019, for the final step related to continuation of the Rush Creek Lighting and Landscaping District. Recess as the Board of Supervisors

11 - STAFF REPORT

Marin County BOS Agenda 3 7/9/2019

Recess as the Board of Supervisors

9:55 a.m. Convene as the Marin County Gateway Improvement Authority Board of Directors 12a. Roll Call.

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12b. Election of Officers.

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12c. Approval of minutes of the meeting of July 10, 2018.

12c - DRAFT MINUTES

12d. Board of Directors matters.

12e. Open time, limited to three minutes per speaker, on items not on the Gateway Improvement

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Authority agenda. (While members of the public are welcome to address the Board, under the Brown Act, Board members may not deliberate or take action

on items not on the agenda, and generally may only listen.)

12f. Secretary's Annual Report on the Gateway Improvement Authority. Recommended action: Accept report.

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12f - STAFF REPORT

Adjourn as the Marin County Gateway Improvement Authority Board of Directors

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10:00 a.m. Convene as the Marin County Gateway Refinancing Authority Board of Directors 13a. Roll Call.

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13b. Election of Officers.

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13c. Approval of minutes of the meeting of July 10, 2018.

13c - DRAFT MINUTES

13d. Board of Directors matters.

13e. Open time, limited to three minutes per speaker, on items not on the Gateway Refinancing Authority agenda. (While members of the public are

welcome to address the Board, under the Brown Act, Board members may not deliberate or take action on items not on the agenda, and generally may only listen.)
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13f. Secretary's Annual Report on the Gateway Refinancing Authority. Recommended action: Accept report.

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13f - STAFF REPORT

Adjourn as the Marin County Gateway Refinancing Authority Board of Directors

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10:05 a.m. Convene as the Marin County Open Space District Board of Directors 14a. Approval of the minutes of the meetings of June 4 and 11, 2019.

14a - DRAFT JUNE 4, 2019, MINUTES 14a - DRAFT JUNE 11, 2019, MINUTES

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14b. Board of Directors matters.

14c. Open time for public expression, up to three minutes per speaker, on items not on the Open Space District Agenda. (While members of the public

are welcome to address the Board, under the Brown Act, Board members may not deliberate or take action on items not on the agenda, and generally may only listen.)

14d. General Manager s report.

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14e. Authorize President to execute a License Agreement with the Marin County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Services for the staging of portable

radio repeater equipment for training and emergency purposes on the Mount Burdell Open Space Preserve.
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Recommended action: Approve.

14e - STAFF REPORT 14e - AGREEMENT

14f. Authorize President to execute a Land Sales Agreement with 800 Corte Madera LLC to transfer land and resolve an encroachment in the Alto Bowl

Open Space Preserve.
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Recommended actions: Approve agreement and authorize creation of a fund for deposit of the future restoration payment, to be received from 800 Corte

Madera LLC, as detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.

14f - STAFF REPORT

14f - AGREEMENT

14g. Authorize President to approve the purchase of services from Conservation Corps North

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Bay ( CCNB ), in the amount of 210,000, for fire fuel reduction work, vegetation management support and annual drain clearance and maintenance in

Open Space District Preserves.
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Recommended action: Approve.

14g - STAFF REPORT

14h. Authorize President to execute Project Statement Addendum to Agreement authorizing a contribution of 200,000, to the Golden Gate National Parks

Conservancy to support One Tam science, stewardship, and youth programs.
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Recommended actions: Approve agreement and approve related budget adjustments as detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.

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14h - STAFF REPORT

14h - AGREEMENT

14i. Request to receive presentation regarding the One Tam four-year partnership study. Recommended action: Receive presentation.

14i - STAFF REPORT 14i - ATTACHMENT 14i - PRESENTATION

Adjourn as the Marin County Open Space District Board of Directors

12:00 p.m. Reconvene as the Marin County Board of Supervisors 15. Closed Session:

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a. Instructions to labor negotiator (Human Resources Director) pursuant to California Government Code Section 54957.6, regarding negotiations with

Marin Association of Public Employees Nurses; Marin County Deputy Sheriffs' Association; Marin County Fire Department Firefighters' Association; Marin County Fire Operations Battalion Chiefs' Association; Marin County Sheriff's Staff Officers' Association; International Association of Theatrical Stage Engineers ( IATSE ); Marin Association of Public Employees - General Unit; Marin Association of Public Employees - H HS Workers; Marin County Management Employees' Association; Teamsters Local 856 - Deputy Probation Officers; and Probation Managers Association.
Tagged Passions:public safety, fire departments and districts, union, manager, human resources, and instruction

15a - STAFF REPORT

b. Conference with legal counsel regarding anticipated litigation pursuant to California Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2). Number of potential

cases: Two.
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15b - STAFF REPORT

1:30 p.m. Reconvene in Open Session Announcement from Closed Session.

16. Consideration of urgency ordinance to update regulations and permitting procedures for

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small cell wireless facilities in public roads. Recommended actions: (a) Consider adopting urgency ordinance to recognize and

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allow small cell wireless facilities; and (b) adopt resolution approving a new Board Policy for the purpose of regulating the permitting, design, and

location of small wireless facilities within public roads.
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16 - STAFF REPORT 16 - DRAFT ORDINANCE 16 - REVISED DRAFT RESOLUTION 16 - ATTACHMENT 16 - PRESENTATION

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Recess as the Board of Supervisors until 5:30 p.m.

5:30 p.m. Reconvene as the Marin County Board of Supervisors 17. Conduct Transparent Review of Unjust Transfers and Holds ( TRUTH ) Act community

forum pursuant to Government Code Section 7281.1(d). Recommended actions: Conduct public forum and receive (a) report from Marin

County Sheriff; (b) report from ICE Out of Marin and YWCA; (c) public comment (2 minutes per speaker); and (d) closing comments.

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17 - STAFF REPORT 17 - ATTACHMENT

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' CONSENT CALENDAR A (Items CA-1 through CA-10) ( Consent Calendar A reflects those agenda items that are routine in nature

and/or

consistent with past policy direction and will be considered under Agenda Item 5. All matters listed on the consent calendar will be acted upon by a

single vote of the Board unless Board members or the public request specific items be discussed and/or removed from the Consent for separate consideration.)
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Marin County BOS Agenda 6 7/9/2019

CA-1 Agriculture/Weights and Measures: Request to adopt resolution authorizing the Marin County Agricultural

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Commissioner/Director of Weights and Measures or designated representative to execute FY 2018-19 and 2019-20 contracts and cooperative agreements

(including amendments) between the State of California Department of Food and Agriculture, Department of Pesticide Regulation, for Agricultural and Weights and Measures programs, excluding agreements for new programs, or new agreements that require budget adjustments.
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CA1 - STAFF REPORT

CA1 - DRAFT RESOLUTION

CA-2 Board of Supervisors: a. Request for In Memoriam adjournments as requested by Board Members during Board

of Supervisors' matters. b. Approval of minutes of the special meetings of June 12 and 13 and the regular meetings

of June 11 and 18, 2019.

CA2b - DRAFT JUNE 12, 2109, SPECIAL MINUTES

CA2b - DRAFT JUNE 13, 2109, SPECIAL MINUTES CA2b - DRAFT JUNE 11, 2109, MINUTES CA2b - DRAFT JUNE 18, 2109, MINUTES

c. Appointments: Request to schedule the following appointments for August 6, 2019: i. Human Rights Commission Three term expirations as follows:

District 3 representative (Nancy Johnson,
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incumbent), District 4 representative (Helen Castillo, incumbent), and District 5 representative (Kenneth Casey, incumbent).

ii. North Coast Railroad Authority ( NCRA ) One term expiration. Marin County representative (Peter Breen, incumbent).

CA-3 Community Development Agency: Authorize President to execute First Addendum to agreement with The Energy Alliance

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Association, to address workforce requirements for the 2019 Marin Energy Watch Partnership.

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CA3 - STAFF REPORT

CA3 - AGREEMENT

CA-4 County Administrator: Authorize President to execute a ten-year lease agreement with Marks Family Creamery,

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LLC for library and meeting space at 11435 State Route 1 (Suites 6, 7 and 14), Point Reyes Station for the Marin County Free Library, as detailed in

staff report dated July 9, 2019.
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CA4 - STAFF REPORT CA4 - AGREEMENT

CA-5 Finance: Request to receive Monthly Report of County, Schools, and District investments as of May

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31, 2019.

CA5 - STAFF REPORT CA5 - ATTACHMENT

Marin County BOS Agenda 7 7/9/2019

CA-6 Health and Human Services: NOTE: Agreements in items CA-6a CA-6d are renewals of existing agreements that

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were included in and funded in the FY 2019-20 budget. a. Authorize President to execute FY 2019-20 agreement with Marin Senior Coordinating

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Council, dba Whistlestop, in the amount of 174,825, for the home-delivered meal program.

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CA6a - STAFF REPORT

CA6a - AGREEMENT

b. Authorize President to execute FY 2019-20 agreement with the Council on Aging, in the

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amount of 343,640, for the home-delivered meal program.

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CA6b - STAFF REPORT

CA6b - AGREEMENT

c. Authorize President to execute FY 2019-20 agreement with Good Earth Natural Foods,

in the amount of 81,966, to provide congregate meal program services.

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CA6c - STAFF REPORT

CA6c - AGREEMENT

d. Authorize President to execute FY 2019-21 agreement with Jewish Family and

Children s Services, in an amount not to exceed 200,000, for clinic and community dementia care coordination.

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CA6d - STAFF REPORT

CA6d - AGREEMENT

e. Request to adopt resolution authorizing the Health and Human Services Director to

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apply for and receive Housing for a Healthy California ( HHC ) Program grant funds and to execute related documents.

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CA6e - STAFF REPORT

CA6e - DRAFT RESOLUTION

f. Authorize President to execute FY 2019-20 agreement with Seneca Family of Agencies,

in the amount of 96,210, to provide child and adolescent needs assessment services.

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CA6f - STAFF REPORT

CA6f - AGREEMENT

CA-7 Human Resources: Request to establish the classifications of Capital Planning Project Manager I and II and

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take related actions as detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.

CA7 - STAFF REPORT

CA7 - ATTACHMENT

Marin County BOS Agenda 8 7/9/2019

CA-8 Parks: Authorize President to execute fourteen grant agreements, totaling 186,898, related to the

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Measure A Breathe/Respira Community Grant Program, as detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.

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CA8 - STAFF REPORT

CA8 - AGREEMENT

CA-9 Probation: Request to adopt resolution accepting Youth Reinvestment Grant funding in the amount of

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935,316, from the Board of State and Community Corrections, to support programming aimed at diverting youth who have committed low level offenses

from initial or subsequent contact with the juvenile justice system, and authorize Chief Probation Officer to execute grant agreement, as detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.
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CA9 - STAFF REPORT

CA9 - DRAFT RESOLUTION

CA-10 Public Works: a. Request to approve temporary closure of Stadium Avenue in Mill Valley, adjacent to

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151, for one day to allow Pacific Gas Electric Co. ( PG E ) to validate, upgrade or maintain existing gas service.

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CA10a - STAFF REPORT

b. Request to approve temporary closure of Morning Sun Avenue in Mill Valley, adjacent to 33, for one day to allow Pacific Gas Electric Co. ( PG E )

to validate, upgrade or maintain existing gas service.
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CA10b - STAFF REPORT

c. Request to approve temporary closure of Kent Avenue in Kentfield, adjacent to 333, for four days to allow Cratus, Inc. to install approximately

one hundred linear feet of new sewer main line.
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CA10c - STAFF REPORT

d. Request to approve the following actions related to the 2018 Southern Region Road Rehabilitation Project Phase II: (i) approve plans and

specifications; and (ii) direct the clerk to advertise the Notice to Contractors (County Project 2018-02).
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CA10d - STAFF REPORT

e. Request to accept report of award for the 120 North Redwood flooring replacement project, awarding the contract to Ellis Flooring Inc., of Santa

Rosa, CA for a total cost of 273,992, as detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019 (Project No. 41CAP19015/19- 1015).
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CA10e - STAFF REPORT

f. Request to schedule hearing for July 23, 2019, at 10:30 a.m., to consider a 3.64 rate increase for Mill Valley Refuse Service, as detailed in

staff report dated July 9, 2019.
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CA10f - STAFF REPORT

Marin County BOS Agenda 9 7/9/2019

g. Authorize President to execute amendment to agreement with the Marin Emergency Radio Authority ( MERA ), extending the term of the agreement by

three-months, for the implementation of the Next Generation Radio Communication System.
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CA10g - STAFF REPORT

CA10g - AGREEMENT

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' CONSENT CALENDAR B (Items CB-1 through CB-3) ( Consent Calendar B reflects those agenda items requiring 4/5 vote of available

members

relating to budgetary matters.)

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CB-1 District Attorney: Request to (a) approve increase in FY 2019-20 appropriations to support the continued

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grant funding from the Governor s Office of Emergency Services for the Child Abuse Treatment Program; and (b) approve related budget actions as

detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.
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CB1 - STAFF REPORT

CB-2 Health and Human Services: a. Effective July 14, 2019, request to (i) approve cost-covered personnel adjustments in the

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Women, Infants, and Children ( WIC ) program; and (ii) approve related budget actions as detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.

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CB2a - STAFF REPORT

b. Effective July 28, 2019, request to (i) approve the cost-covered personnel adjustment in

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the Public Assistance Eligibility Program; and (ii) approve related budget actions as detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.

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CB2b - STAFF REPORT

CB-3 Public Works: a. Authorize President to execute agreement with Harris Associates, in the amount of

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950,000, for engineering design and project management services of two Rule 20A Undergrounding Projects; and approve related budget actions as

detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.
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CB3a - STAFF REPORT

CB3a - AGREEMENT

b. Request to (i) authorize President to execute fifth addendum to agreement with Vibra-

Tech Engineers, Inc., increasing the contract amount by 40,000, for a maximum contract amount of 230,000, for continued seismic and sound monitoring

at the San Rafael Rock Quarry ( SRRQ ); and (ii) approve related budget actions as detailed in staff report dated July 9, 2019.
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CB3b - STAFF REPORT

CB3b - AGREEMENT


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