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COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Tuesday, August 6, 2019 1

COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REGULAR MEETING MEETING AGENDA TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2019, 9:00 AM BOARD OF SUPERVISORS NORTH CHAMBER ROOM 310 1600 PACIFIC HIGHWAY, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Order Of Business A. Roll Call

B.
Invocation

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C.
Pledge of Allegiance

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D.
Presentation or Announcement of Proclamations and Awards

Tagged Passions:recognition

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

F. Approval of the Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for the meeting of July 23, 2019.

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

G.
Formation of Consent Calendar

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H.
Discussion Items

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

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

Board of Supervisors' Agenda Items

Category Subject Public Safety 1.* NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: FIRE AUTHORITY - PUBLIC HEARING TO CONFIRM FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR COUNTY SERVICE AREA 135 IN THE FORMER JULIAN-CUYAMACA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT [FUNDING SOURCE: SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FROM PROPERTY OWNERS WITHIN CSA 135 JULIAN-CUYAMACA AREA] * Presentation Tuesday, August 6, 2019 2
Tagged Passions:funding, public safety, property, and hearing

2.
SHERIFF - ESTABLISH APPROPRIATIONS AND ADOPT A RESOLUTION FOR THE 2019 CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL GRANT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, ESTABLISH APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2018 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT, AND THE FISCAL YEAR 2018 HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM URBAN AREA SECURITY INITIATIVE [FUNDING SOURCE: GRANT REVENUE FROM THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL AND EXISTING GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE IN THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, REVENUE FROM U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE PASSED THROUGH THE CITY OF LEMON GROVE AND GRANT REVENUE FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY PASSED THROUGH THE CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES] (4 VOTES)

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Tagged Passions:alcohol, funding, grant, security, public safety, services, program, and emergency

3.
SHERIFF - REQUESTS TO RENEW THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE HOSPITALS REVENUE CONTRACT FOR A JAIL-BASED COMPETENCY TREATMENT PROGRAM AND APPROVAL TO COMPETITIVELY PROCURE A CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE THE SERVICES [FUNDING SOURCE: REVENUE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE HOSPITALS AND EXISTING GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE IN THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT]

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Tagged Passions:funding, hospital, contract, public safety, services, program, healthcare, and jail

4.
SHERIFF - RATIFY ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS FROM BEARS FOR BADGES

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Tagged Passions:donation, public safety, and Donation

5.
SHERIFF - REQUEST FOR RATIFICATIN OF OUT OF COUNTRY TRAVEL

Health and 6. MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT PROGRAMS Human Services

Tagged Passions:health, travel, public safety, services, and program

7.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS IN THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE CHILD AND FAMILY STRENGTHENING ADVISORY BOARD OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY

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Tagged Passions:ordinance

8.
ADOPT A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR, AND RECEIPT OF, HOUSING FOR A HEALTHY CALIFORNIA (HHC) ARTICLE II GRANT FUNDS AND APPROVAL TO RECEIVE AWARDED FUNDS [FUNDING SOURCE: STATE FUNDING FROM HOUSING FOR A HEALTHY CALIFORNIA GRANT]

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and housing

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9.
ADOPT RESOLUTION TITLED A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO REFUGEE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PLAN FOR FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 THROUGH FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2021-2022 AND APPROVE SUBMISSION OF THE 2020-2022 REFUGEE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PLAN [FUNDING SOURCE: REFUGEE SUPPORT SERVICES GRANT AND SERVICES TO OLDER REFUGEES ALLOCATION]

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, services, and employment

10.
ACCEPTANCE OF TITLE V MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH BLOCK GRANT ALLOCATION AND CALIFORNIA HOME VISITING PROGRAM GRANT [FUNDING SOURCE: MATERNAL, INFANT, AND EARLY CHILDHOOD HOME VISITING PROGRAM AND THE TITLE V, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH SERVICES BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM AND HEALTH REALIGNMENT]

Financial and 11. NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: General APPROVAL OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODES FOR FALLBROOK Government PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT AND RAINBOW MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, finance, utility, Utility, services, program, water, electric, and hearing

12.
NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: GENERAL SERVICES - SALE OF REAL PROPERTY - 1.32 ACRES LOCATED AT 5425 DEHESA ROAD, EL CAJON (COUNTY PARCEL NUMBER 2017-0126-A) JUNE 25, 2019 - RESOLUTION OF INTENT TO SELL; AUGUST 6, 2019 - BID OPENING

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Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, streets, sale, services, property, and hearing

13.
NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: ISSUANCE OF REVENUE OBLIGATIONS BY THE CALIFORNIA ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR THE BENEFIT OF VVSD ESCONDIDO, LLC AND VIETNAM VETERANS OF SAN DIEGO OR A SUCCESSOR ENTITY IN AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 6,250,000

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Tagged Passions:veterans, development, Development, and hearing

14.
NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: ISSUANCE OF REVENUE OBLIGATIONS BY THE CALIFORNIA ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR THE BENEFIT OF BUILDING 907 LLC AND THE SAN DIEGO FOUNDATION OR A SUCCESSOR ENTITY IN AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 11,500,000

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Tagged Passions:development, Development, and hearing

15.
LATCH WELL TO LIVE WELL: DEVELOPING A COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO LACTATION POLICY

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Tagged Passions:policy

16.* RECEIVE AND ADOPT THE FRAMEWORK TO IMPROVE PRACTICES AND EXPAND PARTICIPATION IN COUNTY CONTRACTING; AND ACCEPT RECOMMENDATIONS

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Tagged Passions:contract

17.
GENERAL SERVICES - APPROVAL IN PRINCIPLE TO LEASE SPACE FOR RELOCATION OF THE REGIONAL AUTO THEFT TASK FORCE

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Tagged Passions:leasing, transportation, and services

18.
REGISTRAR OF VOTERS - AUTHORIZATION FOR COMPETITIVE SOLICITATION AND AWARD OF CONTRACTS FOR TEMPORARY HELP SERVICES

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Tagged Passions:contract, services, and solicitation

19.
ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 439.2 OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO FEES FOR THE REGISTRAR OF VOTERS RECORDS AND SERVICES [FUNDING SOURCES: FEES PAID BY CUSTOMERS AND FEES PAID BY CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR OFFICE WHO WISH TO EXERCISE THE OPTION OF HAVING A PAID CANDIDATE STATEMENT PRINTED IN THE SAMPLE BALLOT VOTER INFORMATION PAMPHLET]

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Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, election, and services

Communications 20. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED Received

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Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

Appointments 21. APPOINTMENTS: VARIOUS

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Tagged Passions:appointments

1.
SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: FIRE AUTHORITY - PUBLIC HEARING TO CONFIRM FISCAL YEAR

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Tagged Passions:hearing

2019-20 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR COUNTY SERVICE AREA 135 IN THE FORMER JULIAN-CUYAMACA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT (DISTRICT: 2)

OVERVIEW The County of San Diego uses special districts to provide property owners a mechanism to pay for specific services, such as structural fire protection and emergency services, in a geographically defined area. Funding for such districts is based on assessments and associated escalator indices approved by district voters and adopted by the County of San Diego Board of Supervisors. Property owners and registered district voters in the former Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District (JCFPD) approved a special assessment to cover the cost of structural fire protection service in a 1984 election. On April 8, 2019, the San Diego Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) certified the dissolution of the JCFPD and expansion of County Service Area 135 s latent power fire protection and emergency medical service area to include former JCFPD territory. As a result, the County of San Diego is now responsible for administering this assessment. A public hearing is required before the County can levy assessments through tax bills. Due to pending litigation with the former JCFPD Board of Directors, this request to confirm the assessment was not included in the July 10, 2019 (2) approval of the Fiscal Year 2019-20 levies for permanent road division zones, county service areas and zones, and stormwater maintenance zones. Today s request is necessary to meet the deadline to place the annual assessment on the County s property tax roll. Today s request is to adopt a resolution confirming the proposed Fiscal Year 2019-20 CSA 135 assessment in the former JCFPD territory and establish the assessment rate. The proposed annual assessment does not include an escalator, falls within approved maximums, and will remain consistent for Fiscal Year 2019-20. If approved, the annual assessment will be placed on the property tax roll so that property owners continue to pay the special assessment. This action is discretionary after consideration of public testimony.
Tagged Passions:funding, legal, expansion, boards and commissions, streets, voting, taxes, Taxes, election, services, emergency, property, hearing, property tax, and stormwater

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1.
Find that adoption of the proposed activity is not subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to state CEQA Guidelines Section 15378(b)(4) because the proposed action involves government fiscal activities which do not involve any commitment to any specific project that may result in a potentially significant physical impact on the environment, and CEQA Guidelines Section 15378(b)(5) because the proposed action involves organizational or administrative activities of governments that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment.

2. Adopt a Resolution entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ACTING AS THE GOVERNING BODY OF COUNTY SERVICE AREA NO. 135 IN THE FORMER JULIAN- CUYAMACA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ADOPTING SPECIAL ASSESSMENT AND CONFIRMING REPORT RE: SPECIAL ASSESSMENT TO BE COLLECTED ON THE TAX ROLL FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20. Tuesday, August 6, 2019 2
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, Conservation, and environment

FISCAL IMPACT Revenue from the proposed special assessment levy, estimated at 100,420, is not included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the San Diego County Fire Authority. The funding source is a special assessment from property owners within CSA 135 Julian-Cuyamaca area. Staff will return to your Board to establish appropriations when necessary. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

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Tagged Passions:funding and property

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

2.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - ESTABLISH APPROPRIATIONS AND ADOPT A RESOLUTION FOR THE 2019 CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL GRANT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, ESTABLISH APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2018 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT, AND THE FISCAL YEAR 2018 HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM URBAN AREA SECURITY INITIATIVE (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:alcohol, funding, grant, security, public safety, and program

OVERVIEW On July 12, 2011 (3), the Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution related to the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Grant Assistance Program (GAP) that includes authority to apply for and accept ABC GAP funds in subsequent years provided there are no material changes to the grant terms or funding levels. The Sheriff's Department applied for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 ABC GAP and was awarded 100,000. This is a request to adopt a resolution and establish appropriations in the amount of 100,000 in grant funding from the California ABC for the project period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

On October 10, 2017 (1), the Board of Supervisors authorized the acceptance of U. S. Department of Justice (USDOJ) Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program funds in subsequent years from the City of Lemon Grove and authorized the Sheriff, and/or his designee to review and execute all required grant agreements and/or grant-related documents in subsequent years that do not materially impact or alter the services or funding levels for the JAG. The City of Lemon Grove contracts with the Sheriff's Department for law enforcement services, and in March 2019 notified the Sheriff's Department that the City was awarded 10,591 in grant funds from the USDOJ under its FY 2018 JAG Program. Of the total award, 10,273 is allocated for the Sheriff to conduct bicycle patrols on overtime and for bicycle patrol training. This is a request to authorize the Sheriff to establish appropriations in the amount of 10,273 from the USDOJ, passed through the City of Lemon Grove, for the project period October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2019 with a grant extension available for up to a year, if needed.
Tagged Passions:alcohol, funding, grant, contract, public safety, services, program, training, Bicycles, and bicycles

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On May 21, 2019 (2), the Board of Supervisors authorized the establishment of appropriations in the amount of 900,000 for the FY 2018 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) for the San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center (SD-LECC) for the project period September 1, 2018 through May 31, 2021. On March 11, 2019, the Sheriff received notification from the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) of funding identified for FY 2018 Urban Area Security Initiative in the amount of 1,047,500 to be used in conjunction with the FY 2018 SHSP award of 900,000 authorized by the Board of Supervisors on May 21, 2019 (2). This is a request to authorize the Sheriff to establish appropriations in the amount of 1,047,500 from the U. S. Department of Homeland Security, passed through the Cal OES, for the project period September 1, 2018 through May 31, 2021. RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF
Tagged Passions:funding, security, public safety, services, program, emergency, and Immigration

1.
Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery, which requires full cost recovery for grants, as these grant programs does not recover full cost.

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Tagged Passions:grant, contract, program, and policy

2.
Establish appropriations of 100,000 in the Sheriff s Department for Salaries Benefits for overtime ( 92,500) and Services Supplies ( 7,500) based on unanticipated revenue from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control under its FY 2019-20 Grant Assistance Program (GAP) for the project period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. (4 VOTES)

3. Adopt a Resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 2019 CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL GRANT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.

Tagged Passions:alcohol, funding, grant, public safety, services, and program

4.
Establish appropriations of 10,273 in the Sheriff's Department for Salaries Benefits for overtime ( 5,104) and Services Supplies ( 5,169) based on unanticipated revenue from the U.S. Department of Justice Fiscal Year 2018 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program, passed through the City of Lemon Grove, for the project period October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2019. (4 VOTES)

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

5.
Establish appropriations of 1,047,500 in the Sheriff's Department for Services Supplies based on unanticipated revenue from Fiscal Year 2018 Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) grant funds for the project period September 1, 2018 through May 31, 2021. (4 VOTES)

FISCAL IMPACT Alcoholic Beverage Control Grant Assistance Program (ABC GAP) Funds for this request are partially included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the Sheriff s Department. If approved, this request will result in Fiscal Year 2019-20 estimated costs of 129,761 and revenue of 100,000. The funding sources are grant revenue from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control ( 100,000) and existing General Purpose Revenue ( 29,761) in the Sheriff s Department. The grant revenue recovers Sheriff s Department direct costs but does not reimburse all costs associated with administrative overhead and support estimated at 29,761. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years. Tuesday, August 6, 2019 4

Tagged Passions:alcohol, funding, grant, security, public safety, services, and program

Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Funds for this request are partially included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the Sheriff's Department. If approved, this request will result in Fiscal Year 2019-20 estimated costs of 11,985 and revenue of 10,273. The funding sources are grant revenue from the U. S. Department of Justice passed through the City of Lemon Grove ( 10,273) and existing General Purpose Revenue ( 1,712) in the Sheriff s Department. The grant revenue recovers Sheriff's Department direct costs but does not reimburse all costs associated with administrative overhead and support estimated at 1,712. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) Funds for this request are partially included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the Sheriff's Department. If approved, this request will result in Fiscal Year 2019-20 estimated costs of 1,053,261 and revenue of 1,047,500. The funding sources are grant revenue from the U. S. Department of Homeland Security passed through the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services ( 1,047,500) and existing General Purpose Revenue ( 5,761) in the Sheriff s Department. The grant revenue recovers Sheriff's Department direct costs but does not reimburse all costs associated with administrative overhead and support estimated at 5,761. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, security, public safety, services, emergency, and Immigration

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

3.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - REQUESTS TO RENEW THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE HOSPITALS REVENUE CONTRACT FOR A JAIL-BASED COMPETENCY TREATMENT PROGRAM AND APPROVAL TO COMPETITIVELY PROCURE A CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE THE SERVICES (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:hospital, contract, public safety, services, program, healthcare, and jail

OVERVIEW On November 15, 2016 (2) the Board of Supervisors approved a revenue agreement with the California Department of State Hospitals (DSH) for the funding of a Jail Based Competency Program and a single source contract with Liberty Health Care of California, Inc. ( Liberty ) to provide those services.

DSH is responsible for returning to competency individuals charged with a felony who have been found mentally incompetent to stand trial (IST), pursuant to CA Penal Code Section 1370. The IST defendants are committed to a state hospital for care and treatment to restore competency. As a result of high demand and the limited hospital beds for treatment, DSH added capacity through a jail-based competency treatment (JBCT) program where they contract with counties to provide the treatment in their jails. DSH reimburses the counties on a per diem rate per patient. The JBCT program delivers the same treatment and restoration of competency services to inmates as would be received in the state hospital, allows inmates to begin treatment immediately upon receipt of the court order, and decreases the amount of time an individual remains incarcerated. Both the service contracts with Liberty and the revenue contract with DSH for the JBCT program will expire December 31, 2019. Tuesday, August 6, 2019 5
Tagged Passions:funding, health, legal, hospital, contract, services, program, healthcare, jail, and court

Today s request would approve a Request for Proposals to competitively procure a contractor to provide JBCT program services for an initial term of one-year and four one-year option periods, and approval of a five-year revenue agreement with the Department of State Hospitals for the reimbursement of costs to provide a jail-based competency treatment program, for the period of January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2024.

RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF 1. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a Request for Proposals and subject to successful negotiations and a determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract for jail-based competency treatment program services, for an initial term of one-year with four one-year option periods and a one to six month option to extend, and to amend the contract as needed to reflect changes to service levels and funding, subject to the approval of the Sheriff.
Tagged Passions:funding, hospital, contract, public safety, services, program, purchasing, healthcare, policy, and jail

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

revenue contract between the County of San Diego and the Department of State Hospitals for the period of January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2024 for reimbursement of costs for a jail-based competency treatment program to be provided at the San Diego Central Jail.

Tagged Passions:hospital, contract, program, healthcare, and jail

3.
Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, and Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility

for Cost Recovery which requires full cost recovery for grants and revenue contracts.

Tagged Passions:grant, contract, and policy

4.
Authorize the Sheriff to execute all required revenue documents, including any extensions,

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Tagged Passions:public safety

amendments or revisions thereto that do not materially impact either the program or funding level.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are partially included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the Sheriff's Department. If approved, these requests will result in estimated costs and revenue of 2,300,728. The funding sources are revenue from the Department of State Hospitals ( 1,900,080) and existing General Purpose Revenue ( 400,648) in the Sheriff's Department. Subsequent year costs and revenues will be included in future year Operational Plans for the Sheriff's Department. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staffing.

Tagged Passions:funding, hospital, public safety, program, healthcare, and human resources

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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Tagged Passions:business

4.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - RATIFY ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS FROM BEARS FOR BADGES (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW County of San Diego Administrative Code Article III, Section 66 Acceptance of Gifts and Board of Supervisors Policy A-112, Acceptance and Use of Gifts and Donations, permit the acceptance of gifts and donations by the administrative heads of each department in the County, subject to approval by the Board of Supervisors. This is a request to ratify the acceptance of donations received between January 1, 2019 and June 30, 2019 from Bears for Badges for 277 teddy bears valued at 5,540 for various Sheriff s Department (Sheriff) Patrol Stations. The Bears for Badges Program supplies Sheriff deputies with stuffed bears to provide to children during calls. The Bears, made by volunteers, bring comfort to children during stressful and sometimes traumatizing incidents. RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF 1. In accordance with County of San Diego Administrative Code Article III, Section 66 Acceptance of Gifts and Board of Supervisors Policy A-112, Acceptance and Use of Gifts and Donations, ratify the acceptance of 277 teddy bears valued at 5,540 from Bears for Badges.

Tagged Passions:donation, public safety, Donation, program, policy, and volunteer

2.
Authorize the Chair of the Board of Supervisors to sign a letter of appreciation on behalf of

the Board of Supervisors and the County of San Diego to Bears for Badges.

FISCAL IMPACT There is no fiscal impact associated with the donations from Bears for Badges received between January 1, 2019 and June 30, 2019 of 277 teddy bears valued at 5,540. There is no change in net General Fund costs and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

5.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - REQUEST FOR RATIFICATION OF OUT OF COUNTRY TRAVEL (DISTRICTS: ALL)..Title

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Tagged Passions:travel and public safety

OVERVIEW In accordance with Board of Supervisors Policy D-7, Out-of-County Business and Related Guidelines and Processes, this is a request to ratify the travel of one Sheriff's Sergeant who travelled to Perth, Australia from July 17 to July 26, 2019 to attend the Gang Investigation Course, as requested by the Western Australia Police Force; and one Sheriff's Detective who travelled to Madrid, Spain from July 14 to July 19, 2019 to provide case assistance, as requested by Drug Enforcement Administration counterparts in Spain.

Today s requested actions will ratify the travel of one Sheriff s Sergeant and one Sheriff s Detective to Perth, Australia and Madrid, Spain, respectively. All travel expenses for Madrid, Spain, including airfare from San Diego to Madrid, Spain, transportation within Madrid, Spain, hotel accommodations and meals over the course of his/her stays, totaling 3,350, was incurred by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Travel expenses for Perth, Australia were incurred by the Western Australian Police Force and National Anti-Gangs Squad Western Australia Strike Team, totaling 4,609. Tuesday, August 6, 2019 7

Tagged Passions:drugs, business, travel, public safety, hotel, transportation, and policy

RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF 1. Ratify the travel and per diem for one Sheriff's Sergeant who attended the Gang Investigation Course in Perth, Australia from July 17 to July 26, 2019.

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Tagged Passions:travel and public safety

2.
Ratify the travel for one Sheriff's Detective who provided case assistance as requested by Drug Enforcement Administration counterparts in Madrid, Spain from July 14 to July 19, 2019.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 Operational Plan in the Sheriff s Department. Estimated total travel expenses of 7,959 were paid by the Western Australian Police Force and National Anti-Gangs Squad Western Australia Strike Team ( 4,609) and the Drug Enforcement Administration ( 3,350). The Sheriff s Sergeant and Sheriff s Detective received regular salary and benefits, as budgeted in the FY 2019-20 Operational Plan. No overtime was incurred as a result of these trips. There will be no additional staff years.
Tagged Passions:drugs, funding, budget, travel, and public safety

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

6.
SUBJECT: MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT PROGRAMS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW In 2018, the Board of Supervisors approved the local implementation of the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System. Contracting and oversight of local Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) offered through Opioid Treatment Programs was turned over from the State of California to the County of San Diego (County). As a part of this implementation, we need to ensure our neighborhoods and communities are protected from the impacts of clinics while serving residents suffering with opioid use disorder as required under Federal law. Currently, we have an opportunity to do this through the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System.

Tagged Passions:drugs, contract, program, opioid abuse, and neighborhood

Today s action directs the Chief Administrative Officer develop local guidelines to ensure current MAT programs are in full compliance with federal and state guidelines and patient treatment expectations are being delivered.

RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR JIM DESMOND Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to return to the Board of Supervisors within 180 day with the following: 1. Develop local criteria, within the scope of Federal law, for siting and operating Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) clinics; 2. Provide a corrective action plan for clinic locations that are not in conformance; and

Tagged Passions:program and compliance

3.
Create an outreach plan to facilitate and encourage the mobilization of primary care

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Tagged Passions:services

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

7.
SUBJECT: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS IN THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE CHILD AND FAMILY STRENGTHENING ADVISORY BOARD OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW To enhance the ability of the County of San Diego (County) to prevent and respond to child abuse and neglect, on March 26, 2019 (11), a new advisory board was formed to serve as a platform for cross-sector collaboration and transparent monitoring of the San Diego County child welfare system and to ensure the safety and well-being of children and families. This new advisory board is known as the Child and Family Strengthening Advisory Board of San Diego County (Advisory Board). Among other functions, the Advisory Board absorbed the duties of the County of San Diego Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council (CAPCC) and works closely with the Polinsky Children s Center Advisory Board and the San Diego County Foster Care Services Committee. The Child and Family Strengthening Advisory Board of San Diego County was established to include twenty-one (21) voting members representing a broad cross-section of community stakeholders. On July 23, 2019 (04), the San Diego County Board of Supervisors (Board) requested an ordinance to amend the Advisory Board s membership roster to include four additional voting members: two (2) individuals with lived experience who reflect over-represented populations in the system with a preference for former foster youth, one (1) seat representing the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children s Center, and one (1) seat representing the San Pasqual Academy.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, council, voting, services, child abuse, and youth

Today s action requests that the Board approve the introduction of an Ordinance Amending Provisions in the San Diego County Administrative Code Relating to the Membership of the Child and Family Strengthening Advisory Board of San Diego County. If approved on August 6, 2019, the Board is further requested to consider and adopt the Ordinance on September 10, 2019. This action supports the County s Live Well San Diego vision by ensuring services are provided to strengthen families so that children and families are healthy, safe, and thriving.

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Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, and services

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER On August 6, 2019:

Approve the introduction of the Ordinance (first reading), read title and waive further reading of the Ordinance: ADOPT AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS IN THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE CHILD AND FAMILY STRENGTHENING ADVISORY BOARD OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY. Tuesday, August 6, 2019 9
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If, on August 6, 2019, the Board takes action as recommended then, on September 10, 2019: Consider and adopt the Ordinance (second reading): ADOPT AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS IN THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE CHILD AND FAMILY STRENGTHENING ADVISORY BOARD OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY.

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FISCAL IMPACT There is no fiscal impact associated with this action. There will be no change in net General Fund costs and no additional staff years.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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SUBJECT: ADOPT A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR, AND RECEIPT OF, HOUSING FOR A HEALTHY CALIFORNIA (HHC) ARTICLE II GRANT FUNDS AND APPROVAL TO RECEIVE AWARDED FUNDS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and housing

OVERVIEW Over the last several years, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors (Board) has demonstrated its commitment to using an integrated approach to health and housing to address the needs of people experiencing homelessness and have complex health needs. This includes actions such as establishing Project One for All (February 2, 2016 (14)), authorizing Whole Person Wellness (December 13, 2016 (04)), and authorizing the acceptance of Homeless Mentally Ill Outreach and Treatment funds (September 11, 2018 (6)) which allowed for the creation of Community Care Coordination (C3).

On May 13, 2019, the California Department of Housing and Community Development released a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) entitled Housing for a Healthy California. The goal of the highly competitive Housing for a Healthy California program is to reduce the financial burden on local and state resources due to the overutilization of emergency departments, inpatient care, nursing home stays and use of corrections systems and law enforcement resources as the point of health care provision for people who are chronically homeless or homeless and a high-cost health user. The program allocates 60 million statewide, eligible to all counties, to apply for funds to support the construction, acquisition, and rehabilitation of housing, capitalized operating subsidies reserve, and long-term rental assistance, all of which are to be paired with supportive services. With this funding opportunity, the County of San Diego (County) is eligible to apply for up to 20 million, including up to 10 administrative costs to include staff to administer funds, which is proposed to fund rental assistance subsidies that would support 180-200 highly vulnerable people with complex needs who are experiencing homelessness, for up to five years and leverage existing programs such as Whole Person Wellness, Project one for All and Community Care Coordination. Funding under this short-term opportunity will conclude after five years. Tuesday, August 6, 2019 10
Tagged Passions:funding, health, construction, finance, development, public safety, seniors, services, program, emergency, Development, rental, mental health, jail, homeless, community development, and housing

Approval of today s recommendations will adopt a resolution authorizing the application for, and receipt of Housing for a Healthy California Article II Grant Funds. In addition, approval of today s recommendations will authorize the Agency Director, or designee from the Health and Human Services Agency, to procure, award, and execute agreements required for Housing for a Healthy California. This item aligns with the County s Live Well San Diego vision by creating an opportunity to further support the housing needs of vulnerable people and help them thrive through having a home and the services they need to remain healthy and safe.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, strategic, services, and housing

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Waive Board Policy B-29 Fees, Grants, Revenue, Contracts-Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery which requires the item to be docketed so that the Board of Supervisors can

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act upon the request at least fifteen (15) days in advance of the date on which the grant request must be received by the granting agency.

2. Adopt a Resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR, AND RECEIPT OF, HOUSING FOR A HEALTHY CALIFORNIA (HHC) ARTICLE II GRANT FUNDS.
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3.
Authorize the Agency Director or designee, Health and Human Services Agency, to apply for

No additional detail provided

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and accept the State of California s Housing and Community Development Department s (State HCD) Housing for a Healthy California funds.

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4.
Authorize the Agency Director or designee, Health and Human Services Agency, in

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consultation with the Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to publish notices; award contracts; execute agreements; amend existing contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding; execute certification forms; prepare and execute all necessary documents for the submittal, regulatory processing and implementation; and take any other actions necessary for projects associated with the State HCD Housing for a Healthy California Article II Program.

Tagged Passions:funding, regulation, contract, services, program, purchasing, and housing

5.
In accordance with Section 401 et seq. of the County Administrative Code and where

determined appropriate, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to issue competitive solicitations for the Housing for a Healthy California grant funds, and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price award contracts, and if needed to amend contracts as required to reflect changes to services and funding or services requirements, subject to the availability of funds and the approval of the Agency Director, Health and Human Services Agency.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, contract, services, purchasing, solicitation, and housing

6.
Authorize the Chief Administrative Officer or designee to enter into agreement(s) with other

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public entities, including a Memoranda of Agreement with public housing authorities; for the use of funds for long-term rental assistance for private landlords pursuant to grant guidance and technical requirements, if awarded and to direct staff to develop a program to administer a private landlord subsidy of up to five years, if awarded.

Tuesday, August 6, 2019 11 FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan in the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA). If awarded and approved, this request has the potential to result in costs and revenue of up to approximately 4,000,000 in Fiscal Year 2019-20 and costs and revenue of approximately 4,000,000 in Fiscal Year 2020-21, depending on final award amount. The funding source is State funding from the Housing for a Healthy California grant. No matching funds are required. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, services, program, rental, and housing

If the Housing for a Healthy California grant is awarded and approved, funds for subsequent years will be included in future Operational Plans. If it is awarded and approved, the County is anticipated to receive approximately up to 20,000,000 in total program funds through Fiscal Year 2023-24, depending on final award amount. If needed, HHSA will return to the Board at a later date to request approval for additional resources and staff years.

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, program, and housing

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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SUBJECT: ADOPT RESOLUTION TITLED A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO REFUGEE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PLAN FOR FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 THROUGH FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2021-2022 AND APPROVE SUBMISSION OF THE 2020-2022 REFUGEE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PLAN (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW The County of San Diego receives federal funding from the Office of Refugee Resettlement via the California Department of Social Services Refugee Program Bureau to provide employment services that assist refugees resettled in the region to achieve the goal of self-sufficiency through employment. To receive funding, counties must submit a three-year plan that demonstrates how services will be provided in accordance with federal requirements. The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) developed the Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2020-2022 Refugee Employment Services Plan to meet federal requirements incorporating feedback provided by local stakeholders, including refugee residents and service providers. It is estimated that the available funding for the County of San Diego is approximately 3.2 million annually for each FFY associated with this plan.

Tagged Passions:funding, health, social services, services, program, and employment

Today s action requests Board of Supervisors approval and adoption of the attached FFY 2020-2022 Refugee Employment Services Plan and associated Resolution for the period of October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2022. Approval is also requested to pursue additional funding opportunities in support of refugees services.

The services outlined in the FFY 2020-2022 Refugee Employment Services Plan support the Live Well San Diego vision of healthy, safe and thriving communities by administering programs that resolve barriers to employment for refugee populations, thereby supporting regional economic inclusion. Tuesday, August 6, 2019 12

Tagged Passions:funding, strategic, services, program, and employment

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Adopt Resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO REFUGEE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PLAN FOR FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 THROUGH FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2021-2022.

2. Authorize submittal of the FFY 2020-2022 Refugee Employment Services Plan to the California Department of Social Services Refugee Program Bureau and authorize submittal of revisions by the Director, Health and Human Services Agency, or designee, when required by changes in funding amounts or services.
Tagged Passions:funding, health, social services, services, program, and employment

3.
Approve and authorize staff to pursue other funding opportunities in alignment with the goal

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of expanding economic inclusion of refugees in the region.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-21 Operational Plan in the Health and Human Services Agency. If approved, this request will result in costs and revenue of approximately 3,260,000 in Fiscal Year 2019-20 and in Fiscal Year 2020-21. The funding sources are the Refugee Support Services Grant and Services to Older Refugees allocation. There will be no change in net General Fund cost, and no additional staff years.
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BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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10.
SUBJECT: ACCEPTANCE OF TITLE V MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH BLOCK GRANT ALLOCATION AND CALIFORNIA HOME VISITING PROGRAM GRANT (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW Since 1998, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors (Board) has authorized agreements with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health (MCAH) Division to accept a Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Block Grant allocation. Additionally, since 2012, the Board has approved agreements with CDPH MCAH to accept grant funds for the California Home Visiting Program (CHVP). Most recently, on June 28, 2016 (11), the Board authorized three-year allocation agreements to accept both MCH and CHVP funding.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, and program

Today s action requests the Board to approve and to authorize the Clerk of the Board, upon receipt, to execute a new Title V MCH Block Grant allocation for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022 for a three-year total of approximately 2,870,517. This funding supports State-mandated Maternal, Child, and Family Health Services programs designed to improve the health of mothers, children (including children with special healthcare needs), adolescents, and their families. Additionally, today s action requests Board approval to execute a new four-year agreement with CDPH for the CHVP grant allocation for the term of July 1, 2019 through September 30, 2023 for a four-year total of approximately 3,229,214. This funding supports home visiting services that promote maternal health and well-being and improve infant and child development.

Tuesday, August 6, 2019 13 Lastly, authorization is further requested to apply for any additional funds that might be used to provide preventive healthcare and early intervention and treatment programs for at-risk women, children, and families in San Diego County.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, development, risk, services, program, healthcare, and Development

Today s actions support the County of San Diego s Live Well San Diego vision of Building Better Health, Living Safely, and Thriving by improving access to quality healthcare for mothers, infants, children, adolescents, and families.

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RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1.
Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery, which requires prior approval of revenue agreement applications and full-cost recovery of grants.

No additional detail provided

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2.
Authorize the acceptance of approximately 2,870,517 in grant funds from the California Department of Public Health, Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Division for a Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant for the period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022 and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute all required grant documents, upon receipt, including any annual extensions, amendments, or revisions that do not materially impact or alter the services or funding level.

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3.
Authorize the acceptance of approximately 3,229,214 in grant funds from the California Department of Public Health, Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Division for a California Home Visiting Program grant for the period of July 1, 2019 through September 30, 2023 and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute all required grant documents, upon receipt, including any annual extensions, amendments, or revisions that do not materially impact or alter the services or funding level.

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4.
Authorize the Agency Director, Health and Human Services Agency to apply for any additional funding opportunity announcements, if available, to address preventive healthcare and early intervention and treatment programs for at-risk women, children, and families in San Diego County.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-21 Operational Plan in the Health and Human Services Agency. If approved, today s actions will result in costs of 1,931,802 and revenue of 1,717,954 in Fiscal Year 2019-20 and costs of 1,931,802 and revenue of 1,715,965 in Fiscal Year 2020-21. The funding sources are the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting program and the Title V, Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant Program. A waiver of Board Policy B-29 is requested because the funding does not offset all costs. These unrecovered costs are estimated at 213,848 for Fiscal Year 2019-20 and 215,837 for Fiscal Year 2020-21. The funding source for these costs is Health Realignment. The public benefit for providing these services far outweighs the B-29 unrecoverable costs. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, risk, services, program, healthcare, and policy

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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11.
SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: APPROVAL OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODES FOR FALLBROOK PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT AND RAINBOW MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, electric, and hearing

OVERVIEW The Board of Supervisors serves as the Code Reviewing Body for any local government, other than cities, with jurisdiction wholly within the County, per Government Code Section 82011. The recommended action would approve the amended Conflict of Interest Codes submitted by Fallbrook Public Utility District and Rainbow Municipal Water District.

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RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Approve the Conflict of Interest Codes amended by the following agencies:

Fallbrook Public Utility District Rainbow Municipal Water District
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FISCAL IMPACT The funding source for administration of this task is included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Adopted Budget for the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. These reviews require minor costs, which may be recoverable from the State of California.

No additional detail provided

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BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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12.
SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: GENERAL SERVICES - SALE OF REAL PROPERTY - 1.32 ACRES LOCATED AT 5425 DEHESA ROAD, EL CAJON (COUNTY PARCEL NUMBER 2017-0126-A) JUNE 25, 2019 - RESOLUTION OF INTENT TO SELL; AUGUST 6, 2019 - BID OPENING (DISTRICT: 2)

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Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, streets, sale, services, property, and hearing

OVERVIEW On September 25, 2018 (7), the Board declared County Parcel Number 2017-0126-A ( Property ) surplus to County needs. The property is also identified as a portion of Assessor Parcel Number 513-072-20 and consists of approximately 1.32 acres of land containing a 2,555 square foot fire house and an 1,800 square foot fire engine truck bay in the Dehesa Valley area located at 5425 Dehesa Road, El Cajon formerly used as Dehesa Fire Station Number 25. The property is zoned A72 - General Agricultural.

Tagged Passions:streets, agriculture, fire departments and districts, zoning, transportation, surplus, and property

Today s request is for Board approval to take the actions necessary to sell the property via a bid process including: 1) adopting a Resolution declaring its intention to sell the property; and 2) directing the Clerk of the Board to post and advertise the adopted Resolution. If the Board takes the actions recommended on June 25, 2019, then on August 6, 2019, after making the necessary environmental findings, the Board is requested to conduct a bid opening and approve the sale of the Property to the highest bidder. The minimum bid for the Property is 75,000. The value accounts for the need to demolish the existing structures to make the Property a developable site.

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RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER If the Board takes the actions recommended in items 1-3 above on June 25, 2019, then on August 6, 2019: 1. Find the sale of County parcel Number 2017-0126-A is exempt from review under CEQA pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Section 15312 since it is a sale of surplus government property.

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2.
Conduct the bid opening and approve the sale of County Parcel Number 2017-0126-A to the highest responsible bidder.

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3.
Authorize the Director, Department of General Services, to perform all necessary actions to complete the sale of the property, including the execution of a Purchase and Sale Agreement, escrow instructions, and Quitclaim deed.

FISCAL IMPACT If the sale of the Property is completed, this request will result in a minimum revenue of 75,000 anticipated in Fiscal Year 2019-20. Pursuant to Board policy F-51, the proceeds from the sale of the Property will be deposited in the County General Fund. There will be no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:sale, services, purchasing, property, policy, and instruction

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: ISSUANCE OF REVENUE OBLIGATIONS BY THE CALIFORNIA ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR THE BENEFIT OF VVSD ESCONDIDO, LLC AND VIETNAM VETERANS OF SAN DIEGO OR A SUCCESSOR ENTITY IN AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 6,250,000 (DISTRICT: 3)

OVERVIEW The County has received a request from the California Enterprise Development Authority ( CEDA or Authority ) to conduct a public hearing as required by the Internal Revenue Code and to approve the Authority s issuance of one or more series of revenue obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed 6,250,000 (the Obligations ), for the benefit of VVSD Escondido, LLC, a California limited liability company (the Borrower ) and Vietnam Veterans of San Diego, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation and an organization described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 or a Successor Entity. The Borrower has applied for the financial assistance of the Authority to: (1) refinance a loan the proceeds of which financed the construction of a multi-family housing project located at 1540-1556 S. Escondido Boulevard, Escondido, California 92027; and (2) pay certain expenses incurred in connection with the issuance of the Obligations ( Project ). Tuesday, August 6, 2019 16 The Authority is authorized to assist in financing for nonprofit public benefit organizations or for-profit corporations with a public benefit project wishing to issue revenue obligations, including the Owner. In order to initiate such a financing, the Owner is asking the County of San Diego, a member jurisdiction in which the Project resides to: (1) conduct a public hearing to satisfy the public approval requirement of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code; and (2) approve the Authority s issuance of the Obligations. Although the Authority will be the issuer of the Obligations for the Owner, the financing cannot proceed without the approval of an applicable legislative body.

Tagged Passions:construction, finance, veterans, streets, development, refinance, Development, hearing, and housing

Today s recommendations will provide the Authority with the required authorization to pursue its determination to issue the Obligations on behalf of the Borrower for the Project.

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Pursuant to Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code, hold a public hearing regarding the financing of the Project.

2. Adopt a Resolution entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF REVENUE OBLIGATIONS IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 6,250,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF REFINANCING THE COST OF THE ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION, EQUIPPING AND FURNISHING OF CERTAIN PROPERTY, PROVIDING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SUCH OBLIGATIONS AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO FOR THE BENEFIT OF VVSD ESCONDIDO, LLC AND VIETNAM VETERANS OF SAN DIEGO, OR A SUCCESSOR ENTITY.
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FISCAL IMPACT If approved, the proposal will result in approximately 1,030 of unanticipated revenue to cover one-time costs associated with this non-County financing.

The Owner will be responsible for the payment of all present and future costs in connection with issuance of the Financing. The County will incur no obligation of indebtedness as a result of these actions.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: ISSUANCE OF REVENUE OBLIGATIONS BY THE CALIFORNIA ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR THE BENEFIT OF BUILDING 907 LLC AND THE SAN DIEGO FOUNDATION OR A SUCCESSOR ENTITY IN AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 11,500,000 (DISTRICT: 4)

OVERVIEW The County has received a request from the California Enterprise Development Authority ( CEDA or Authority ) to conduct a public hearing as required by the Internal Revenue Code and to approve the Authority s issuance of one or more series of revenue obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed 11,500,000 (the Obligations ), for the benefit of Building 907 LLC, a California limited liability company ( Owner ) and The San Diego Foundation, a nonprofit public benefit corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of California ( Operator ) or a Successor Entity. The Owner has applied for the financial assistance of the Authority to: (1) refinance existing debt obligations of the Owner incurred to finance the costs for the acquisition of an office building located at 2508 Historic Decatur Road, San Diego, CA 92106 and certain other improvements; and (2) pay certain expenses incurred in connection with the issuance of the Obligations ( Project ). The Authority is authorized to assist in financing for nonprofit public benefit organizations or for-profit corporations with a public benefit project wishing to issue revenue obligations, including the Owner. In order to initiate such a financing, the Owner is asking the County of San Diego, a member jurisdiction in which the Project resides to: (1) conduct a public hearing to satisfy the public approval requirement of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code; and (2) approve the Authority s issuance of the Obligations. Although the Authority will be the issuer of the Obligations for the Owner, the financing cannot proceed without the approval of an applicable legislative body.

Tagged Passions:finance, streets, development, refinance, historic, Development, and hearing

Today s recommendations will provide the Authority with the required authorization to pursue its determination to issue the Obligations on behalf of the Owner for the Project.

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Pursuant to Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code, hold a public hearing regarding the financing of the Project.

2. Adopt a Resolution entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF REVENUE OBLIGATIONS IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 11,500,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF REFINANCING THE COST OF THE ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION, EQUIPPING AND FURNISHING OF CERTAIN PROPERTY, PROVIDING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SUCH OBLIGATIONS AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO FOR THE BENEFIT OF BUILDING 907 LLC AND THE SAN DIEGO FOUNDATION, OR A SUCCESSOR ENTITY. Tuesday, August 6, 2019 18
Tagged Passions:construction, property, and hearing

FISCAL IMPACT If approved, the proposal will result in approximately 1,030 of unanticipated revenue to cover one-time costs associated with this non-County financing.

The Owner will be responsible for the payment of all present and future costs in connection with issuance of the Financing. The County will incur no obligation of indebtedness as a result of these actions.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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SUBJECT: LATCH WELL TO LIVE WELL: DEVELOPING A COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO LACTATION POLICY (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW The County of San Diego recognizes that breast milk is the optimal food for the growth and development of infants. As such, the County enterprise supports an environment for working women who breastfeed by empowering women to continue to breastfeed after returning to work. As Chair of the First 5 Commission of San Diego, my top priorities include increasing awareness of the importance of breastfeeding, implementing policies that further empower women to breastfeed, and partnering with organizations such as the San Diego Mothers Milk Bank.

Tagged Passions:recognition, boards and commissions, development, Conservation, environment, Development, policy, and growth

In 1998, the California State Assembly passed Assembly Resolution No. 155, encouraging employers to support working women who choose to breastfeed by providing adequate facilities for breastfeeding or expressing milk for their children. This was strongly reinforced when the Lactation Accommodation Law (Labor Code 1030-1033) took effect in the State of California, requiring every employer to provide break time, and a room other than a bathroom stall, for the employee to pump or express their breast milk in private.

Today s recommendations will diret the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) to formally develop a County of San Diego Lactation Policy and return to the Board in 90 days. Additionally, today s item will direct the CAO to renovate the designated employee lactation room at the County Administration Center (CAC), making the room more comfortable and accommodating to pump or express breast milk in private, as well as identify an appropriate space at the CAC to accommodate breastfeeding women with infants who are doing business at the CAC and need a place to breastfeed their baby. Lastly, today s actions will direct the CAO to develop a list of all lactation rooms at County facilities available for employee use and to make the list easily accessible through our employee intranet site.

Tagged Passions:business and policy

This item strongly supports the County s Live Well San Diego vision by making health, safety and thriving a focus of all policies and programs through internal and external collaboration.

No additional detail provided

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RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR KRISTIN GASPAR

1.
Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to develop a County of San Diego Lactation Policy and return to the Board within 90 days.

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2.
Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to renovate the designated employee lactation room at the County Administration Center, making the room more comfortable and accommodating to pump or express breast milk in private, as well as identify an appropriate space at the County Administration Center to accommodate breastfeeding women with infants who are doing business at the County Administration Center and need a place to breastfeed their baby.

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3.
Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to develop a list of all lactation rooms at County

facilities available for employee use and to make the list easily accessible through our employee intranet site. FISCAL IMPACT N/A

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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SUBJECT: RECEIVE AND ADOPT THE FRAMEWORK TO IMPROVE PRACTICES AND EXPAND PARTICIPATION IN COUNTY CONTRACTING; AND ACCEPT RECOMMENDATIONS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW The County has a role in providing a healthy regional economy and protecting taxpayers interests through the buying choices it makes. As a market participant, the County can strengthen and balance the economic health of the region, while maintaining or improving the quality of life of its residents, who may be employed by the contractors or suppliers that the County selects. Significant spending occurs through a portfolio of over 3,200 contracts and an annual spend of 1.3 billion. In February 2019, as part of the County of San Diego s (County) commitment to continuous improvement, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) assembled a working group of County staff to engage in a comprehensive review of the County s contracting practices, and based on that review, to identify and recommend process improvements. The CAO asked the working group to find opportunities to:

Tagged Passions:health, market, contract, and economy

remove barriers to allow for an expanded and diverse supplier base; increase opportunities for participation as a County contractor; streamline processes to be more efficient and customer focused; maintain compliance with legal and regulatory requirements; and, ensure the integrity of the County s contracting process.

Tagged Passions:regulation, legal, contract, and compliance

In response, the working group developed a framework of recommended actions presented in this Board Letter. If approved, County staff will implement those recommendations that do not require further Board action. Staff will also return to your Board for further action where necessary, including your consideration of an enhanced preference program for local, small, or veteran owned businesses and a process for suspending/debarring contractors for egregious conduct.

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RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Receive and adopt the proposed Enhancing Contracting Opportunities and Accountability Framework (Attachment A).

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2.
Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to return to the Board of Supervisors, as necessary, with proposed new and revised Administrative Ordinances and Board Policies.

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FISCAL IMPACT There is no fiscal impact associated with accepting the Enhancing Contracting Opportunities and Accountability Framework, with no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years in Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20.

If the proposed local preference program with an established percentage of 5 is approved and implemented, the potential increased contract costs are estimated to be between 1M to 2.8M, but the program would provide a positive economic impact to the San Diego region. Actual costs incurred would be dependent on the bids and proposals received and the preference amounts applied for each procurement, up to the established ceiling maximum preference of 50,000 on each procurement. It is expected that not all procurements will meet the 5 threshold, therefore preference implementation costs are anticipated to be lower than the maximum impact identified. BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT The County of San Diego procures a wide variety of goods and services through a portfolio of over 3,200 contracts and an annual spend of 1.3 billion. Identifying opportunities to increase participation and diversification of the supplier base, simplifying contracting process and removing barriers to participation, and furthering public accountability and compliance, can all have a role in providing for a healthy regional economy. A majority of California urban counties, as well as the City of San Diego, have established preference programs at or above 5 . The advantages of these programs include assisting and improving the local economy by helping local, small, and veteran owned businesses be more competitive for County procurements resulting in job growth and positive socio-economic outcomes.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, business, contract, services, program, purchasing, compliance, accountability, economy, and growth

17.
SUBJECT: GENERAL SERVICES - APPROVAL IN PRINCIPLE TO LEASE SPACE FOR RELOCATION OF THE REGIONAL AUTO THEFT TASK FORCE (DISTRICT: 3)

OVERVIEW The San Diego County Regional Auto Theft Task Force is a multi-agency task force that investigates and prosecutes vehicle theft in the San Diego Region. The District Attorney is the financial administrator for the task force. The task force has been operating in a leased facility located at 9620 Ridgehaven Court in the Kearny Mesa area of San Diego since 1992. The current lease expires on January 31, 2020 and the facility no longer meets the operational requirements of the Regional Auto Theft Task Force.

Tagged Passions:finance, legal, facility, leasing, transportation, services, administrator, and court

Today s request is for the Board to approve, in principle, the lease of approximately 21,500 square feet of space for the relocation of the Regional Auto Theft Task Force. Upon locating the required space and successfully negotiating a lease, staff will return to the Board for consideration and approval of the lease agreement.

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Tagged Passions:leasing and transportation

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Find that the proposed action is not an approval of a project as defined by the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15378 (b)(5) of the State CEQA guidelines.

Tagged Passions:environment

2.
Approve in principle the lease of approximately 21,500 square feet of office space in the central San Diego area, or other commercial mixed-use markets in the County, as appropriate, for the relocation of the Regional Auto Theft Task Force.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing, market, transportation, and commercial

3.
Authorize the Director, Department of General Services, to conduct a site search, negotiate a lease, and upon successful negotiations, return to the Board for consideration and approval of the lease agreement.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing and services

FISCAL IMPACT There is no fiscal impact associated with the requested approval in principle of a lease for the relocation of the Regional Auto Theft Task Force. The lease costs resulting from this action will be determined during lease negotiations and will be provided when staff returns to the Board to request approval of a new lease agreement. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:leasing and transportation

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

18.
SUBJECT: REGISTRAR OF VOTERS - AUTHORIZATION FOR COMPETITIVE SOLICITATION AND AWARD OF CONTRACTS FOR TEMPORARY HELP SERVICES (DISTRICTS: ALL)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, services, and solicitation

OVERVIEW On December 12, 2001 (17), the Board of Supervisors made a finding that it is in the economic interest of the County to contract with temporary help firms and authorized the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to award contracts for temporary help services to assist the County during periods of peak workload, temporary absences of regular employees and emergency circumstances, as allowed under Government Code Section 31000.4. Through subsequent actions under the authority of the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, temporary help services have been competitively bid in the marketplace and new contracts awarded. The Registrar of Voters Department had two contracts in place that expired June 30, 2019, and there are operational needs for such contracted temporary help services to assist with the temporary high peak workload during election cycles.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, voting, contract, election, services, emergency, and purchasing

For this reason, the Board is requested to make the finding required under Government Code Section 31000.4 and to authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a request for proposals (RFP) and negotiate and award up to four (4) contracts for temporary help services in accordance with statutory law, the County Administrative Code and County Policies and Procedures. The ROV will monitor assignment length for compliance with the 90-day maximum assignment. The proposed duration for each contract is one year with four additional option years and a six-month extension for a total of five years and six months, if needed.

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Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, procedure, services, purchasing, and compliance

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1.
Determine based upon continuing operational needs that it is in the economic interest of the County to provide for temporary help through temporary help firm contracts as identified in, and pursuant to, the provisions of Government Code Section 31000.4.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract

2.
In accordance with Section 401, Article XXIII of the County Administrative Code, authorize

the Director, Purchasing and Contracting to issue a competitive solicitation for temporary help services to the Registrar of Voters Department, and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award up to four (4) contracts for a term of one year with four additional option years and a six-month extension for a total of five years and six months for each contract, and to amend the contracts to reflect changes in program, funding, or service requirements, subject to the availability of funds and the approval of the Registrar of Voters. FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan in the Registrar of Voters. If approved, this request will result in estimated annual costs of 400,000. A portion of the costs may be offset by various local jurisdictions and districts. Future funding for this request will be included in future year Operational Plans for the Registrar of Voters Department. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

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

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

19.
SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 439.2 OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO FEES FOR THE REGISTRAR OF VOTERS RECORDS AND SERVICES (DISTRICTS: ALL)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance and services

OVERVIEW On July 23, 2019 (10), the Board of Supervisors introduced the Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption on August 6, 2019.

With a current registered voter population of 1.8 million, the mission of the Registrar of Voters (ROV) is to conduct voter registration and voting processes with the highest level of professional election standards, including accountability, security and integrity, thereby earning and maintaining public confidence in the electoral process. The ROV conducts elections on behalf of the more than 440 political districts in San Diego County.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, voting, security, election, and accountability

Today s actions request that the Board of Supervisors review and approve amendments to Section 439.2 of the San Diego County Administrative Code related to the Registrar of Voters fees for products and services. The recommended changes reflect fees and rates that are fair and equitable for customers and the public. The proposed changes are the result of an analysis of services provided to the public, processing times, and corresponding costs to provide those services. The Auditor and Controller has reviewed and approved the supporting documentation and the methodology for establishing the fees in this proposal.

Tuesday, August 6, 2019 23 Today s actions include introducing an Ordinance amending Section 439.2 of the San Diego County Administrative Code (first reading) so that it can be acted upon at the August 6, 2019 meeting (second reading).

Tagged Passions:ordinance, services, audit, and rates

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Approve the adoption of the following Ordinance (second reading), read title and waive further reading of the Ordinance: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 439.2 OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO FEES FOR THE REGISTRAR OF VOTERS RECORDS AND SERVICES.

FISCAL IMPACT Fees for Records and Services (Non-Candidate Statement Fees) Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in decreased estimated annual costs and revenue of 5,000 due to a reduction in cost of fee services. The funding source is fees paid by customers. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years. Fees for Candidate Statements Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan. If approved, the proposed fees will ensure full cost recovery for services provided. This request will result in additional estimated annual revenue of 150,000. The funding sources is fees paid by candidates running for office who wish to exercise the option of having a paid candidate statement printed in the sample ballot voter information pamphlet. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, election, and services

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

20.
SUBJECT: COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED (DISTRICTS: ALL)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

OVERVIEW Board Policy A-72, Board of Supervisors Agenda and Related Process, authorizes the Clerk of the Board to prepare a Communications Received for Board of Supervisors' Official Records. Routine informational reports, which need to be brought to the attention of the Board of Supervisors yet not requiring action, are listed on this document. Communications Received documents are on file in the Office of the Clerk of the Board.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, policy, and Communications

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Note and file.

FISCAL IMPACT N/A

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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Tagged Passions:business

21.
SUBJECT: APPOINTMENTS: VARIOUS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW These appointments are in accordance with applicable Board Policy A-74, Citizen Participation in County Boards, Commissions and Committees and Board Policy A-134, Procedures for Appointment to Resource Conservation District Boards of Directors. RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR JIM DESMOND Appoint Heather Conklin to the MISSION RESOURCE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, Seat No. 5, for a term to expire November 25, 2022. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Appoint Prizila Vidal to the HIV PLANNING GROUP, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, Seat No. 5, for a term to expire August 6, 2023. Appoint Jamie Woods to the HIV PLANNING GROUP, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, Seat No. 26, for a term to expire October 10, 2021. FISCAL IMPACT N/A

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, appointments, procedure, Conservation, and policy

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