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COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 1

COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REGULAR MEETING MEETING AGENDA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2019, 9:00 AM

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN MEETING LOCATION: COUNTY OPERATIONS CENTER CAMPUS CENTER CHAMBERS

5520 OVERLAND AVENUE SAN DIEGO, CA 92123

Order of Business
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A.
Roll Call

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B.
Invocation

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C.
Pledge of Allegiance

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D.
Presentation or Announcement of Proclamations and Awards

Tagged Passions:recognition

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

F. Approval of the Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for the meeting of August 6, 2019.

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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, Lower Level, Bayside Room, San Diego, CA 92101.

Board of Supervisors' Agenda Items

Category Subject Public Safety 1. EMERGENCY SERVICES - ADOPTION OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO OPERATIONAL AREA RECOVERY PLAN
Tagged Passions:public safety, services, and emergency

2.
EMERGENCY SERVICES - RECEIVE THE 2019 WILDFIRE RESILIENCE REVIEW REPORT

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Tagged Passions:services and emergency

3.
SHERIFF - REQUEST FOR RATIFICATION OF OUT OF COUNTRY TRAVEL AND ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS AND DONATIONS

Health and 4. NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: Human Services FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT FOR HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES ENTITLEMENT PROGRAMS

Tagged Passions:health, travel, donation, development, public safety, Donation, services, program, performance, Development, hearing, community development, and housing

5.
NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: COMMUNITY INPUT FOR PROGRAM YEAR 2020-24 CONSOLIDATED PLAN AND FISCAL YEAR 2020-21 ANNUAL PLAN DEVELOPMENT FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT, HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS, AND EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT PROGRAMS; AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO TO ACCEPT ALTERNATE GRANTEE STATUS FOR THE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS PROGRAM

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Tagged Passions:grant, development, program, emergency, Development, investment, hearing, cdbg, community development, and housing

6.
INVESTMENTS IN PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES CAPACITY IN NORTH SAN DIEGO COUNTY [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL FUND FUND BALANCE COMPONENT DECREASE - COMMITTED REALIGNMENT] (4 VOTES)

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Tagged Passions:funding, services, and investment

7.
ADOPT A RESOLUTION OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AUTHORIZING THE SUBMISSION OF A LETTER OF INTEREST, AND RECEIPT OF, HOUSING FUNDS FOR SAN DIEGO S WHOLE PERSON CARE PILOT PROJECT [FUNDING SOURCE: STATE FUNDING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES, HOUSING FUNDS FOR WHOLE PERSON CARE PILOTS]

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Tagged Passions:funding, health, services, and housing

8.
ACCEPTANCE OF CAL FRESH EXPANSION OUTREACH GRANT [FUNDING SOURCE: CALFRESH EXPANSION OUTREACH GRANT AND HEALTH REALIGNMENT]

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, and expansion

9.
REVISION OF THE LANTERMAN-PETRIS-SHORT (LPS) DESIGNATION GUIDELINES; BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DIRECTOR AS LPS DESIGNATION DELEGATE; AND RESOLUTION DESIGNATING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WITH THE AUTHORITY TO DETAIN INDIVIDUALS PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 5150 AND 5585.50 OF THE WELFARE AND INSTITUTIONS CODE

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Tagged Passions:health

10.
ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE: 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

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Financial and 11. NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: General APPROVAL OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODES FOR DEL MAR Government UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT, DEPUTY CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER- FINANCE GENERAL GOVERNMENT GROUP, FALLBROOK PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT AND SAN DIEGO COUNTY AUDITOR CONTROLLER
Tagged Passions:finance, utility, Utility, electric, hearing, audit, and education

12.
NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 2) [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE]

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, program, and neighborhood

13.
RECEIVE COMMUNITY CHOICE ENERGY FEASIBILITY STUDY AND BUSINESS PLAN AND CONSIDER NEXT STEPS REGARDING COMMUNITY CHOICE ENERGY

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Tagged Passions:business and energy

14.
SUPPORTING LEGISLATIVE EFFORTS TO FIGHT CROSS BORDER SEWAGE POLLUTION

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15.
NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 1) [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE]

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, program, and neighborhood

16.
NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 3) [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL FUND FUND BALANCE]

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, program, and neighborhood

17.
FIRE CAPTAIN RYAN J. MITCHELL S FIRST RESPONDER BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SUPPORT PROGRAM [FUNDING SOURCE: REALIGNMENT]

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Tagged Passions:funding, health, and program

18.
NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM AND COMMUNITY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 4) [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE AND TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX REVENUES]

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, taxes, Taxes, program, and neighborhood

19.
GENERAL SERVICES - APPROVAL OF NEW LEASE AGREEMENT FOR THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUARTERS, 9444 BALBOA AVENUE, SUITE 500, SAN DIEGO [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE]

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Tagged Passions:funding, leasing, and services

20.
GENERAL SERVICES - APPROVAL OF AGREEMENTS FOR TEMPORARY FACILITIES FOR THE REGISTRAR OF VOTERS TO SUPPORT THE 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS [FUNDING SOURCE: GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE AND ELECTION REIMBURSEMENTS FROM PARTICIPATING JURISDICTIONS]

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Tagged Passions:funding, voting, election, and services

21.
PROPERTY TAX RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20

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Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, rates, and property tax

22.
FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 APPROPRIATION LIMIT FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO

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Tagged Passions:funding

23.
CAJON VALLEY UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, ELECTION OF 2016, SERIES B

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Tagged Passions:voting, bond, election, and education

24.
SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 2019 GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS SERIES A B

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Tagged Passions:bond and university

Communications 25. COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED Received

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Appointments 26. APPOINTMENTS: VARIOUS

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1.
SUBJECT: EMERGENCY SERVICES - ADOPTION OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO OPERATIONAL AREA RECOVERY PLAN (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW The County of San Diego (County) Operational Area Recovery Plan is a comprehensive guide that details how the region will recover from both natural and man-made disasters. The Board approved the previous version of the Operational Area Recovery Plan on May 22, 2007 (6). As the governing body of the Unified San Diego County Emergency Services Organization (Emergency Services Organization), the Unified Disaster Council (UDC) is responsible for emergency planning and preparedness within San Diego County. The Emergency Services Organization is a joint powers authority comprised of the County and 18 cities within the county. On August 29, 2019, the UDC approved the Operational Area Recovery Plan. The Operational Area Recovery Plan is the cornerstone of a larger County of San Diego Operational Area Recovery Program. Disaster recovery begins concurrently with response operations and continues long after the response phase has ended due to the numerous complexities that affect both the private and public sectors. Disaster recovery guidance from the State of California and the federal government, as well as the recovery organizational structure for the unincorporated area of the County has changed since the approval of the 2007 Operational Area Recovery Plan.

Tagged Passions:planning, council, services, program, emergency, information technology, and Information Technology

This is a request for the Board of Supervisors to adopt an updated County of San Diego Operational Area Recovery Plan. This action will ensure that County disaster recovery operations are consistent with those of other jurisdictions in the UDC and that the County adopts the most current and comprehensive guidance for recovering from disaster.

Tagged Passions:information technology and Information Technology

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Adopt the Unified San Diego County Emergency Services Organization Operational Area Recovery Plan, as approved by the Unified San Diego County Emergency Services Organization, as the County of San Diego Operational Area Recovery Plan.

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

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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2.
SUBJECT: EMERGENCY SERVICES - RECEIVE THE 2019 WILDFIRE RESILIENCE REVIEW REPORT (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:services and emergency

OVERVIEW In 2018, this Board of Supervisors established a resiliency program to tackle the San Diego County s most challenging issues and identify creative solutions. The cornerstone of the County Resilience Program is the Resilience Review Process, which brings together a team of diverse experts from across the County of San Diego (County) to analyze and assess a specific threat or hazard. Wildland fire remains the region s greatest threat and the first topic selected for a County Resilience Review.

The Wildfire Resiliency Review Report (report) is the most in-depth comprehensive wildfire analysis the County has undertaken. A principal finding in the report is that San Diego County has invested in a fire suppression capability that is unrivaled in the state of California and the nation. The report concludes that there is always more the County can do to reduce fire risk and increase preparedness, response and recovery capabilities, with the ultimate goal of saving lives and property. The report outlines fifty tasks for the next two years that achieve greater levels of resiliency to wildland fire. The recommendations build upon previous Board actions and constitute an action plan for numerous County departments. Progress in accomplishing the objectives and tasks will be carefully tracked with routine updates provided to the Board of Supervisors.

Tagged Passions:risk, program, and property

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Receive the 2019 Wildland Fire Resilience Review Report.

FISCAL IMPACT There is no fiscal impact associated with the acceptance and approval of 2019 Wildfire Resilience Review Report. The various recommendations outlined in the report include actions for the next two years that are either included in Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan and/or will be included in future Operational Plans for departments to implement according to scheduled timelines.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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3.
SUBJECT: SHERIFF - REQUEST FOR RATIFICATION OF OUT OF COUNTRY TRAVEL AND ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS AND DONATIONS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:travel, donation, public safety, and Donation

OVERVIEW In accordance with Board of Supervisors Policy D-7, Out-of-County Business and Related Guidelines and Processes Purpose, this is a request to ratify the travel of one Assistant Sheriff and one Sheriff's Captain who travelled to Tel Aviv, Israel, from September 8 to September 17, 2019 to attend the 2019 Western States Law Enforcement Leadership Seminar.

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Tagged Passions:business, travel, public safety, and policy

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Today's requested actions will ratify the travel of one Assistant Sheriff and one Sheriff's Captain to Tel Aviv, Israel. Travel expenses, estimated at 12,000, including transportation to and from the Los Angeles International Airport, airfare from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv, Israel, and meals over the course of the seminar were covered by the Anti-Defamation League. Any incidentals up to 544, were covered by the Sheriff's Department. RECOMMENDATION(S) SHERIFF
Tagged Passions:airport, travel, public safety, and transportation

1.
Ratify the travel and per diem for one Assistant Sheriff and one Sheriff's Captain who attended the 2019 Western States Law Enforcement Leadership Seminar in Tel Aviv, Israel from September 8 to September 17, 2019.

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Tagged Passions:travel and public safety

2.
In accordance with Administrative Code Section 66 and Board of Supervisor Policy A-112, Acceptance and Use of Gifts and Donations, accept a gift estimated at 12,000 from the Anti-Defamation League for one Assistant Sheriff and one Sheriff's Captain to attend the 2019 Western States Law Enforcement Leadership Seminar.

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

3.
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 the Anti-Defamation League.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan in the Sheriff's Department. The estimated total travel expenses of 12,544 were paid by the Anti-Defamation League ( 12,000) and existing General Purpose Revenue up to ( 544) in the Sheriff s Department. The Assistant Sheriff and Sheriff's Captain received regular salary and benefits, as budgeted in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan. No overtime was incurred as a result of this trip. There will be no change in net general fund cost and no additional staff years.
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, travel, and public safety

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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4.
SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT FOR HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES ENTITLEMENT PROGRAMS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW The County of San Diego (County), as a recipient of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) entitlement program funding, is required to prepare a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) summarizing Fiscal Year 2018-19 accomplishments. During Fiscal Year 2018-19, the Health and Human Services Agency, Housing and Community Development Services (HCDS) administered a wide variety of housing and community development activities utilizing funds from the three federal entitlement programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). The activities, as described in the CAPER, predominately benefited lower income residents. Tuesday, September 10, 2019 4

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, development, services, program, performance, emergency, Development, investment, hearing, cdbg, community development, and housing

To provide an opportunity for public input, HUD requires a public comment period and a public hearing to be held before the CAPER is submitted. This hearing provides an opportunity for the Board of Supervisors to receive public comment on the Fiscal Year 2018-19 CAPER. The CAPER has also been posted online and at the HCDS office for public comment since August 23, 2019. The public comment period ends on September 10, 2019.

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Today s action supports the County s Live Well San Diego vision by ensuring low-income residents and persons experiencing homelessness have access to suitable living environments.

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Tagged Passions:strategic, Conservation, environment, and poverty

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Hold this public hearing to receive public comment on the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER).

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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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5.
SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: COMMUNITY INPUT FOR PROGRAM YEAR 2020-24 CONSOLIDATED PLAN AND FISCAL YEAR 2020-21 ANNUAL PLAN DEVELOPMENT FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT, HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS, AND EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT PROGRAMS; AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO TO ACCEPT ALTERNATE GRANTEE STATUS FOR THE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS PROGRAM (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW The County of San Diego (County), as a recipient of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) entitlement program funding, is required to develop a five-year Consolidated Plan every five years for long term planning purposes and is also required to develop an Annual Plan in the spring of each year to identify specific projects to be funded during the upcoming fiscal year. Administered by the Health and Human Services Agency, Housing and Community Development Services, funds from three federal entitlement programs including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) support a wide variety of housing and community development activities in the region. On behalf of the City of San Diego, the County also administers the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program. During the development of the Annual Plan, the County opens a public comment period and holds a public meeting within its jurisdiction to obtain resident input as part of the Needs Assessment Stage. A total of two public hearings per year must be held to obtain citizens views and to respond to proposals and questions, to be conducted at a minimum of two different stages of the program year, which are statutorily required by HUD. Today s hearing serves as the first Tuesday, September 10, 2019 5

Tagged Passions:planning, funding, grant, health, development, services, program, emergency, Development, investment, hearing, cdbg, community development, and housing

hearing of the program year and provides an opportunity for the Board of Supervisors to receive public comment which will guide the development of the draft Program Year 2020-24 Consolidated Plan (beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2025) and the Fiscal Year 2020-21 Annual Plan.

Today s action will also authorize the Health and Human Services Agency, Housing and Community Development Services, to enter into an agreement with the City of San Diego to accept alternate grantee status for the HOPWA program. If approved and with an agreement in place, Housing and Community Development Services will be including the HOPWA program in the Program Year 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan and FY 2020-21 Annual Plan.
Tagged Passions:health, development, services, program, Development, hearing, community development, and housing

Today s actions support the County s Live Well San Diego vision by ensuring low-income residents have access to suitable living environments as well as to enhance the quality of life for residents by encouraging decent and affordable housing.

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Tagged Passions:strategic, Conservation, environment, poverty, and housing

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

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Hold this public hearing to receive public input on housing and community development needs and priority non-housing community development needs for consideration in development of the Program Year 2020-24 Consolidated Plan and Fiscal Year 2020-21 Annual Plan Strategy.

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Tagged Passions:strategic, development, program, Development, hearing, community development, and housing

2.
Authorize the Agency Director, Health and Human Services Agency or designee, to enter

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into an agreement with the City of San Diego, upon successful negotiations, to accept alternate grantee status for the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS program.

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Tagged Passions:program and housing

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

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT The proposed recommendations will have a positive impact on the business community. Many of the recommended projects include construction that will be implemented by private firms selected through competitive bid processes.

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SUBJECT: INVESTMENTS IN PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES CAPACITY IN NORTH SAN DIEGO COUNTY (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:services and investment

OVERVIEW In 2018, Tri-City Healthcare District suspended its Behavioral Health Unit (BHU), which provided adult inpatient psychiatric services, and its Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), which provided adult crisis stabilization services. Since then, meeting the urgent and emergent behavioral health needs of North San Diego County has become increasingly challenging. On June 25, 2019 (23), in an action initiated by Supervisor Jim Desmond, the Board of Supervisors (Board) directed the Chief Administrative Officer to negotiate an agreement with Tri-City Healthcare District or related entity, to provide funding to assist in constructing a psychiatric

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 6 facility to be located in Oceanside, California, and return to the Board on September 10, 2019, with a resolution or a report on progress; as well as negotiate with any other hospitals that are interested in partnering with the County of San Diego (County) regarding additional psychiatric facilities. Today s item provides a report of the progress made on these requests. Through collaborative efforts, a proposed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the County and Tri-City Healthcare District (Tri-City) has been drafted detailing an arrangement to pursue the development of a 16-bed psychiatric health facility on vacant land located at the Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside, California. When complete, the psychiatric health facility will allow for the delivery of inpatient services, in partnership with Tri-City Healthcare District, which re-establishes critical psychiatric care capacity in North County. This project is estimated to cost between 10- 14 million and would be jointly funded by the County and Tri-City.

Tagged Passions:funding, health, facility, hospital, development, services, healthcare, and Development

Today s actions request the Board of Supervisors to authorize the Agency Director of the Health and Human Services Agency to execute the MOU between the County and Tri-City. In addition, today s actions direct the Chief Administrative Officer to return to the Board with a final agreement between the County and Tri-City to implement the terms of the MOU on or before January14, 2020. To support the purposes of the MOU, if approved, today s action would establish appropriations of 1,000,000, for County staff and administrative costs, and contracted services. In addition, authorization is requested for the Director of the Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to procure new agreements and amend existing agreements to further the purposes of the MOU.

These actions will complement and support ongoing work to review the full continuum of local behavioral health care services across the entire region, in alignment with the County of San Diego s Live Well San Diego vision for a region where all residents have the opportunity to build better health, live safely and thrive.

Tagged Passions:funding, health, strategic, contract, services, and purchasing

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1. Find that the proposed actions are exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review pursuant to sections 15061(b)(3) and 15378(a) of the CEQA Guidelines.
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2.
Establish appropriations of 1,000,000 in the County of San Diego Health and Human

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Services Agency, Services Supplies, for County of San Diego (County) staff and administrative costs and contracted services in support of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the County of San Diego (County) and Tri-City Healthcare District (Tri-City), based on General Fund fund balance component decrease - Committed Realignment. (4 VOTES)

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3.
Pursuant to California Government Code section 26227, authorize the Agency Director,

Health and Human Services Agency to execute the MOU between the County and Tri-City.

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4.
Authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, subject to successful negotiation and a determination of fair and reasonable price, to enter into new agreements and amend existing agreements to further the purposes of the MOU between the County and Tri-City.

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5.
Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to return to the Board on or before January 14, 2020, with a final agreement between the County and Tri-City Healthcare District to implement the terms of the MOU.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in expenditures of up to 1,000,000 in FY 2019-20. The funding source is General Fund fund balance component decrease - Committed Realignment. There will be no additional staff years.
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It is estimated that the cost of the project will be approximately 10-14 million. We anticipate utilizing General Fund fund balance component decrease - Committed Realignment and will return to the Board for additional appropriations, as needed.

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BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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7.
SUBJECT: ADOPT A RESOLUTION OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AUTHORIZING THE SUBMISSION OF A LETTER OF INTEREST, AND RECEIPT OF, HOUSING FUNDS FOR SAN DIEGO S WHOLE PERSON CARE PILOT PROJECT (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:funding 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 who have complex health needs. The Board authorized the implementation of a Whole Person Care pilot on December 13, 2016 (04). Whole Person Care (locally known as Whole Person Wellness ) provides comprehensive care coordination and housing navigation for Medi-Cal beneficiaries who are homeless, are high utilizers of healthcare, and have a serious mental illness, substance use disorder and/or a chronic physical health condition. To date, Whole Person Wellness has enrolled 459 people since becoming operational in January 2018.

Tagged Passions:health, healthcare, mental health, homeless, and housing

Whole Person Care is funded through Medi-Cal funds, matched by County revenue. Medi-Cal funds are prohibited from being used for housing costs. The Fiscal Year 2019-20 Governor s budget invested 100 million in one-time State General Funds for Whole Person Care pilot programs to provide housing through June 2025 for enrollees who have a mental illness. On July 22, 2019, the Department of Health Care Services released County allocations and broad guidelines describing how the funds may be used, including a variety of housing supports.

Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, services, program, mental health, and housing

Approval of today s recomendations will adopt a resolution authorizing the submission of a letter of interest for, and receipt of, Housing Funds for San Diego s Whole Person Care Pilot project. 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.

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Tagged Passions:funding, 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 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 SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AUTHORIZING THE SUBMISSION OF A LETTER OF INTEREST, AND RECEIPT OF, HOUSING FUNDS FOR SAN DIEGO S WHOLE PERSON CARE PILOT PROJECT.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, contract, policy, and housing

3.
Authorize the Agency Director or designee, Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA), to submit a letter of interest for the State of California s Department of Health Care Services Housing Funds for Whole Person Care Pilot Projects.

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Tagged Passions:funding, health, services, and housing

4.
Authorize the Agency Director, HHSA, to pursue future funding opportunities related to the support of Whole Person Care Pilot projects.

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Tagged Passions:funding

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Authorize the Agency Director or designee, HHSA, to 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 Housing Funds for Whole Person Care Pilots.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2019-21 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 approximately 800,000 in Fiscal Year 2019-20 and costs and revenue of approximately 1,500,000 in Fiscal Year 2020-21. The funding source is State funding from the Department of Health Care Services, Housing Funds for Whole Person Care Pilots. No matching funds are required. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years. If the Housing Funds for Whole Person Care Pilots 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 5,300,000 in total program funds to be available through Fiscal Year 2024-25. If needed, HHSA will return to the Board at a later date to request approval for additional resources and staff years.

Tagged Passions:funding, health, regulation, services, program, and housing

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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SUBJECT: ACCEPTANCE OF CAL FRESH EXPANSION OUTREACH GRANT (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:grant and expansion

OVERVIEW The Board of Supervisors (Board) has demonstrated a long-term commitment to providing programs focused on the safety and welfare of older adults and persons with disabilities. The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA), Aging Independence Services (AIS) administers these programs.

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Tagged Passions:health, services, and program

CalFresh, known federally as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, provides monthly food benefits to low-income individuals and families. For more than 40 years, recipients of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and State Supplementary Payment (SSP) have been ineligible to apply for CalFresh food benefits. Due to a change in State law, as of June 1, 2019, SSI/SSP recipients are now eligible to apply for and receive CalFresh benefits if they meet the requirements of CalFresh eligibility. To inform older adults of this new benefit, the California Department of Aging (CDA) has made grant funding available to the County of San Diego to conduct outreach. Funding was specifically allocated to counties who agreed to do outreach and education. On June 27, 2019, the state notified the County of San Diego that it would receive 20,897. With this grant funding, the HHSA will conduct multiple outreach efforts including distributing flyers created specifically for the San Diego region to older adults through multiple programs such as the Senior Nutrition Program. In addition, AIS staff will be providing targeted outreach and education at events and meetings. The materials and outreach plan were developed by a team at HHSA comprised of AIS and Eligibility Operations, which is the department that administers the Self Sufficiency programs for the County of San Diego. The California Department of Aging requires Board action to accept these grant funds.

If approved, today s action would approve the receipt of 20,897 from the CDA and would support the countywide Live Well San Diego vision by providing older adults with information to access nutrition benefits, which leads to a region that is healthy, safe, and thriving. The CDA requires Board action to accept the grant funds before they will release the money to the County of San Diego.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, strategic, security, materials, events, program, education, poverty, and nutrition

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

1.
Waive Board Policy B-29: Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility for Full Cost Recovery, which requires full cost recovery of grants and revenue contracts.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, contract, and policy

2.
Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute, upon receipt, a revenue agreement

with the California Department of Aging for contract number CF-1920-23.

Tagged Passions:contract

3.
Authorize the Clerk of the Board, subject to the approval of the Agency Director, Health and Human Services Agency or designee, to execute all required documents related to the revenue agreements in Recommendation 2, including any extensions, amendments or revisions thereto that do not materially impact either the program or the funding level.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 10 FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2019-21 Operational Plan in the Health and Human Services Agency. If approved, this request will result in costs of 21,594 and revenue of 20,897 in Fiscal Year 2019-20. The funding source is CalFresh Expansion Outreach grant. A waiver of Board Policy B-29 is requested because the funding does not offset all costs. The costs that will not be recovered are estimated at 697 for Fiscal Year 2019-20. The funding source for this cost is Health Realignment. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, expansion, services, program, and policy

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

9.
SUBJECT: REVISION OF THE LANTERMAN-PETRIS-SHORT (LPS) DESIGNATION GUIDELINES; BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DIRECTOR AS LPS DESIGNATION DELEGATE; AND RESOLUTION DESIGNATING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WITH THE AUTHORITY TO DETAIN INDIVIDUALS PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 5150 AND 5585.50 OF THE WELFARE AND INSTITUTIONS CODE (DISTRICTS: ALL)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health

OVERVIEW The Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS) Act (California Welfare and Institutions Code Section 5000 et seq.) provides a procedure for the involuntary detention for evaluation and treatment of persons who, as a result of a mental disorder, constitute a danger to themselves or others, or are gravely disabled. The LPS Act also requires that persons so detained be placed in facilities designated for involuntary detention by a county s board of supervisors. The San Diego County Board of Supervisors (Board) has the ability to designate facilities that meet State requirements to evaluate and treat persons involuntarily detained under the LPS Act. Once a facility has been locally designated, the County relays the recommendation to the Department of Health Care Services for approval and facility list management.

Tagged Passions:health, facility, disability, procedure, services, and detention

On December 6, 1994 (11), the Board approved a resolution authorizing the Local Mental Health Director to designate certain qualified professionals with involuntary detention powers. On December 13, 2005 (2) the Board approved a resolution authorizing the Local Mental Health Director to redefine which professionals could be designated with involuntary detention powers, and establish new training, testing and clinical requirements for these individuals. On September 10, 2013 (6), the Board approved the adoption of the County of San Diego s LPS Designation Guidelines and Processes for Facilities within San Diego County.

Today s recommended actions will adopt revisions to the County of San Diego s LPS Designation Guidelines and Processes for Facilities within San Diego County which update language for uniformity and clarify the Director of Behavioral Health Services (BHS) delegation authority for LPS facility designation aligned with all required processes. Consistent with these guidelines, today s recommendations also designate the Director of BHS within the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency as the Board s delegate to designate any facility meeting State requirements to provide involuntary detention for individuals with mental illness for evaluation and treatment; and ratify the list of LPS-Designated Facilities in San Diego County that have been approved by the California Department of Health Care Services. Tuesday, September 10, 2019 11
Tagged Passions:health, facility, services, training, mental health, and detention

Today s recommended actions also approve a resolution governing involuntary detention powers, representing a revision to the December 6, 1994 (11) resolution, updating definitions of which professional persons can be designated within the existing training, testing and clinical experience requirements. The revision supports changes in programming and design within the behavioral health continuum of care and will allow eligible professionals of approved mobile behavioral health crisis intervention response teams be designated to involuntarily detain certain mentally disordered individuals for up to 72 hours for treatment and evaluation under provisions of Sections 5150 and 5585.50 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. This designation authority is granted to ensure the provision of prompt evaluation and treatment and to support the individual s safety when responding to crisis situations in the field. The resolution also incorporates a programmatic shift in the Children, Youth and Families System of Care; specifically, it includes a change of language clarifying that Juvenile Forensics treatment team staff can be designated, but are no longer outstationed at Polinsky Children s Center. Lastly, the resolution removes a restriction for all designated individuals to be on the attending staff of an LPS designated facility, as the County has implemented credentialing requirements in alignment with State regulations to verify qualifications and backgrounds of these professionals. Previously defined categories of professionals eligible for designation to involuntarily detain individuals will remain unchanged.

This action supports the Live Well San Diego vision by ensuring the effective, efficient, and quality-driven administration of behavioral health services.
Tagged Passions:grant, health, regulation, facility, strategic, services, training, youth, and detention

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Adopt the revised Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS) Designation Guidelines and Processes for Facilities within San Diego County.

2. Consistent with the LPS Designation Guidelines and Processes for Facilities within San Diego County, designate the Director of Behavioral Health Services within the Health and Human Services Agency as the Board of Supervisors delegate to designate LPS facilities.
Tagged Passions:health and services

3.
Ratify LPS facility designations for facilities approved by the California Department of

Health Care Services in San Diego County as set forth in Attachment B which is on file with the Clerk of the Board. 4. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO PROVIDING FOR THE DESIGNATION OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND OTHER SPECIFIED PERSONS PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 5150 and 5585.50 OF THE WELFARE AND INSTITUTIONS CODE.

Tagged Passions:health, facility, and services

FISCAL IMPACT There is no fiscal impact associated with today s recommendations. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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Tagged Passions:business

10.
SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM: SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE: 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)

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Tagged Passions:ordinance

OVERVIEW On August 6, 2019 (7), the Board of Supervisors introduced the Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption on September 10, 2019.

Tagged Passions:ordinance

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.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, and services

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 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.

Tagged Passions:ordinance

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.

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BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

11.
SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING: APPROVAL OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODES FOR DEL MAR UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT, DEPUTY CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER- FINANCE GENERAL GOVERNMENT GROUP, FALLBROOK PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT AND SAN DIEGO COUNTY AUDITOR CONTROLLER (DISTRICTS: ALL)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:finance, utility, Utility, electric, hearing, audit, and education

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 Del Mar Union School District, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer- Finance General Government Group, Fallbrook Public Utility District and San Diego County Auditor Controller.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:finance, utility, Utility, electric, audit, and education

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

Del Mar Union School District Deputy Chief Administrative Officer- Finance General Government Group Fallbrook Public Utility District San Diego County Auditor Controller

Tagged Passions:finance, utility, Utility, electric, audit, and education

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

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

12.
SUBJECT: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 2)

OVERVIEW Funding for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (NRP) is included in the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Operational Plan in order to further public purposes throughout San Diego County. RECOMMENDATION(S) CHAIRWOMAN DIANNE JACOB 1. Allocate 150,000 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15655) to the Cajon Valley Union School District (CVUSD) for costs associated with the installation of field lights for an athletic field at Montgomery Middle School in El Cajon, CA. Tuesday, September 10, 2019 14

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, program, education, athletics, and neighborhood

2.
Allocate 14,000 from the District Two Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (org 15655) to the Lakeside Chamber of Commerce for costs associated with the purchasing of materials and construction of an archway sign across historic Maine Avenue in Lakeside, CA.

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

Tagged Passions:grant, construction, historic, materials, program, purchasing, and neighborhood

4.
Authorize the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/Chief Financial Officer to execute grant agreements with the organizations awarded Neighborhood Reinvestment funds establishing terms for receipt of the funds and to make minor amendments to the agreements that are consistent with the general purpose of the grants but do not increase the grants.

5. Find that the grants identified in Recommendation Nos. 1-2 are exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) by Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, finance, environment, and neighborhood

FISCAL IMPACT The fiscal impact of these recommendations is 164,000. Funds for these requests are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15655). The funding source is General Purpose Revenue. These actions will result in the addition of no new staff years and no additional costs.

Tagged Passions:funding, program, and neighborhood

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

13.
SUBJECT: RECEIVE COMMUNITY CHOICE ENERGY FEASIBILITY STUDY AND BUSINESS PLAN AND CONSIDER NEXT STEPS REGARDING COMMUNITY CHOICE ENERGY (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:business and energy

OVERVIEW Community Choice Energy (CCE), also known as Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), is an energy supply program that allows a local public agency to meet the energy needs of its constituents by aggregating the buying power of individual customers within its territorial jurisdiction to acquire energy for those customers. In a CCE service territory, the incumbent utility company continues to own, operate, and maintain the transmission and distribution infrastructure, and provide metering and billing services. On February 26, 2019 (5) the Board of Supervisors (Board) directed the Chief Administrative Officer to develop options for a CCE program and return to the Board by October 2019 with options, pros and cons, and a business plan, and report back to the Board on progress every two months. On April 9, 2019 (9), the first progress update was a Board hosted a public workshop on CCE. On June 25, 2019 (7) the Board received the second update on the Technical Feasibility Study and Business Plan being prepared by the County s consultant, EES Consulting, Inc., and approved a set of Guiding Principles setting County terms for establishing a CCE or joining others in forming a Joint Powers Authority (JPA). Since that meeting, staff continued to engage with other agencies, including the City of San Diego, regarding a potential CCE JPA.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 15 This item presents the completed Technical Feasibility Study and Business Plan (Study). The Study provides the following with respect to a proposed County CCE: (1) evaluation of technical and financial viability based on analysis of projected CCE revenues and estimated operating costs, (2) comparison of projected CCE rates with projected SDG E rates, (3) evaluation of a CCE s ability to contribute toward achieving the County s Climate Action Plan targets for greenhouse gas reduction and other potential economic and environmental benefits, (4) assessment of CCE program risks, and (5) evaluation of various CCE governance options.

Tagged Passions:business, finance, grocery, utility, Utility, risk, services, program, environment, rates, and energy

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Receive the Technical Feasibility Study and Business Plan.

Tagged Passions:business

2.
Decide whether to establish a Community Choice Energy program.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:program and energy

3.
If the Board decides to establish a Community Choice Energy program, specify a governance structure for the program and direct staff as to next steps.

FISCAL IMPACT On February 26, 2019 (5) the Board redirected 125,000 in appropriations from the Department of Planning and Development Services to the Department of General Services previously established for the completion of a comparative analysis of energy procurement options including a possible County CCE. The Board also appropriated an additional 180,000 in Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan to the Department of General Services, for a total of 305,000, all for the development of a Technical Feasibility Study and Business Plan for a potential County of San Diego CCE. To date, a total of approximately 90,000 has been expended or encumbered, leaving a balance of 210,000 available for future CCE related actions. If the Board decides to proceed with a CCE option, remaining funding will be utilized for the development of an Implementation Plan and any other related costs. There is no fiscal impact associated with any of the recommended actions. However, if the County forms or joins a CCE, an estimate of the fiscal impact of available governance options is presented in the table below.
Tagged Passions:planning, funding, business, development, services, program, purchasing, Development, and energy

CCE Governance Options Start-up Costs Operating Costs Responsibility County-only Enterprise CCE 1M 12M County County JPA CCE with other Partners

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1M 12M* (County portion)

County and JPA members Join City of San Diego JPA 0 0 City of San Diego offering to cover start-up and operating costs

*Total operating costs to be determined based on final JPA membership

No additional detail provided

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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Tagged Passions:business

14.
SUBJECT: SUPPORTING LEGISLATIVE EFFORTS TO FIGHT CROSS BORDER SEWAGE POLLUTION (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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OVERVIEW Over the past year, the environmental crisis along the United States-Mexico border resulting from the cross-border flows of wastewater, trash and sediment coming from the Tijuana River continues to plague the San Diego region. This flow of pollutants is disrupting the environment, the lives of residents and visitors, our local economy and law enforcement members who patrol the border region. Communities along the southern portion of San Diego County have experienced 22 total beach closures in 2019 that have caused a total of 277 beach closure days across four South County beaches, in large part to pollution from the Tijuana River Valley.

Recently, four members of San Diego s Congressional Delegation introduced a package of bills they hope will lead to a solution to Tijuana River Valley pollution. The combined legislation would support mitigation efforts in the region and ensure that California receives its fair share of federal resources to tackle cross-border pollution.
Tagged Passions:sewer, public safety, beach, Conservation, environment, watershed, Immigration, and economy

Today s recommended actions direct the Chief Administrative Officer to draft letters expressing the support of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors for three federal proposals aimed at addressing Tijuana River Valley pollution problems and improving the region s environment, public health and quality of life.

RECOMMENDATION(S) VICE-CHAIRMAN GREG COX 1. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to draft a letter to San Diego County s legislative representatives in Washington D.C. expressing this Board of Supervisors support for H.R. 3895, the North American Development Bank s Pollution Solution Act.
Tagged Passions:health, development, Conservation, environment, watershed, and Development

2.
Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to draft a letter to San Diego County s legislative representatives in Washington D.C. expressing this Board of Supervisors support for H.R. 4039, the Border Water Infrastructure Improvement Act.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

3.
Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to draft a letter to San Diego County s legislative representatives in Washington D.C. expressing this Board of Supervisors support for House Resolution 511.

FISCAL IMPACT N/A

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

15.
SUBJECT: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 1)

OVERVIEW The County of San Diego is fortunate to have an opportunity to reinvest taxpayer money into our communities for the benefit of the public. This action will assist the County in meeting the needs of the community. Tuesday, September 10, 2019 17 RECOMMENDATION(S) VICE-CHAIRMAN GREG COX 1. Allocate 30,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to the County Department of Parks and Recreation (Org 52806) for the installation and completion of a shade structure serving as a community shared space within the Sweetwater Community Garden.

Tagged Passions:grant, budget, program, parks, neighborhood, and recreation

2.
Transfer appropriations of 30,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650), Other Charges, to the County Department of Parks and Recreation (Org 52806),

Services and Supplies, for the installation and completion of a shade structure serving as a community shared space within the Sweetwater Community Garden.
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, services, program, parks, neighborhood, and recreation

3.
Allocate 25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to Friendships for Hope, Inc. for the purchase of a refrigerated truck to continue weekly food distribution for families in need.

No additional detail provided

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

4.
Allocate 20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to the County Department of Public Works (Org 50861) for the installation and completion of a wooden post and rope railing as part of the Sweetwater Pathway Improvement Project.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, program, Public Works, public works, and neighborhood

5.
Transfer appropriations of 20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650), Other Charges, to the County Department of Public Works (Org 50861), Services and Supplies, for the installation and completion of a wooden post and rope railing as part of the Sweetwater Pathway Improvement Project.6.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, services, program, Public Works, public works, and neighborhood

6.
Allocate 6,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650) to Mexi'cayotl Indio Cultural Center for the construction, associated permitting, and installation of a storage shed for their equipment as well as support the purchase of fabric and feathers used in their traditional headdresses and regalia.

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

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

8.
Authorize the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/Chief Financial Officer to execute grant agreements with the organizations awarded Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funds to establish terms for receipt of the funds and make minor amendments to the agreements that are consistent with the general purpose of the grants but do not increase the grants.

9. Find that the proposed allocation identified in Recommendation Nos. 1, 4 and 6 are exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, finance, program, environment, and neighborhood

FISCAL IMPACT The fiscal impact of these recommendations is 81,000. Funds for these requests are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15650). The funding source is General Purpose Revenue. These actions will result in the addition of no staff years and no additional costs.

Tagged Passions:funding, program, and neighborhood

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

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SUBJECT: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 3)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, program, and neighborhood

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

Tagged Passions:funding, services, program, and neighborhood

RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR KRISTIN GASPAR 1. Allocate 25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15660) to the Bridge to the Future Foundation to help fund the purchase of headsets, solutions, electronics, accessories, and labels for brain scans of student athletes.

Tagged Passions:budget, program, purchasing, and neighborhood

2.
Allocate 30,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15660) to the Del Mar Village Association, Inc. (DMVA) to help fund the purchase of light pole banners, holiday tree with ornaments lights, twinkle tree lighting, utility box art to assist in the completion of the Del Mar Streetscape Project.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, budget, arts, utility, Utility, program, purchasing, streetscape, trees, pole, holiday, and neighborhood

3.
Allocate 15,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15660) to the Escondido Sunrise Rotary, Inc. to fund the purchase of t-shirts, awards, reusable bags, print education materials for the Escondido Grape Day 5K.

No additional detail provided

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

4.
Allocate 25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15660) to the Kiwanis Foundation of Tierrasanta, San Diego, California to acquire fireworks and stage equipment for the Oktoberfest and Tierrafest events.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:equipment, budget, events, program, fireworks, and neighborhood

5.
Allocate 20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15660) to LabRats San Diego to help purchase a van, 3D printer with case, lab sets, video production, audio production, spectral light lab set, biological lab set, static electricity circuits lab set, robotics lab set, tables, chairs, and solar power generators for their Mobile Lab.

No additional detail provided

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

6.
Allocate 25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15660) to San Diego County Medical Society Foundation dba Champions for Health to help fund the purchase of t-shirts, medals, race bibs, tents, course delineators, and porta-potties for the Solana Beach 5K Run/Walk Wellness Expo.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, budget, beach, program, purchasing, and neighborhood

7.
Allocate 5,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15660) to the San Diego Mountain Biking Association (SDMBA) to fund the purchase of an enclosed cargo trailer to store and transport the Bike Skills Course.

No additional detail provided

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

8.
Allocate 60,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15660) to Scripps Ranch High School Baseball Booster Club (SRHSBBC) to help fund the purchase of artificial turf, netting, roof cover, lighting, fencing, storage shed, restore tractor, windscreens, paint for dugouts snack bars, and shelving for their infrastructure improvement project.

No additional detail provided

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

9.
Allocate 5,527 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15660) to Traveling Stories to help fund the purchase of canopies, back walls, iPads, iPad stands, and a rolling cart for their StoryTents program.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 19 10. Find that the grant awards described above have a public purpose.

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

11.
Authorize the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/Auditor and Controller to execute a grant agreement with the organization awarded Neighborhood Reinvestment funds establishing terms for receipt of the funds and to make minor amendments to the agreement that are consistent with the general purpose of the grant but do not increase the grant.

12. Find that the grant identified in Recommendation Nos. 3 and 4 are exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) by Section 15323 of the CEQA Guidelines.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, environment, audit, and neighborhood

FISCAL IMPACT The fiscal impact of this recommendation is 277,027. Funds for this are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Operational Plan for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15660). The funding source is General Fund fund balance. There will be no change in net General Fund costs and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:funding, program, and neighborhood

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

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SUBJECT: FIRE CAPTAIN RYAN J. MITCHELL S FIRST RESPONDER BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SUPPORT PROGRAM (DISTRICTS: ALL)

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Tagged Passions:health and program

OVERVIEW On the morning of Sunday November 5, 2017, CAL FIRE Captain Ryan J. Mitchell tragically took his own life. While this heartbreaking event has had a profound effect on his family, friends, and the men and women who served with him, it is not an isolated tragedy. There is an unfortunate trend of suicides among first responders throughout the country.

Tagged Passions:events and suicide

Nationally, more first responders lose their lives to suicide than in the line of duty. In 2017, official numbers indicate that 93 firefighters and 129 police officers died in the United States while serving in the line of duty. That same year, the Ruderman Family Foundation reported at least 103 firefighters and 140 police officers who died by suicide. Other estimates are higher. The Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance found that an estimated 60 percent of firefighter suicides are not reported. Therefore, the actual number who died by suicide may be as high as 257, which is more than double the number of firefighters killed in the line of duty.

While public safety departments in the San Diego region offer behavioral health services through employee support programs and health insurance benefits, there is a significant stigma associated with asking for mental health care assistance. The stigma can stem from a fear of being passed over for promotion or being viewed as unfit to perform their duties. In order to overcome this stigma, first responders need to be provided access to confidential mental health assistance.

Tagged Passions:health, public safety, fire departments and districts, services, program, STEM, insurance, health insurance, mental health, and suicide

Today s action directs the Chief Administrative Officer to authorize a competitive solicitation for confidential peer support and navigation services for first responders residing throughout San Diego County. The action will provide free and confidential mental health care services to all our regions first responders who reach out in crisis. It will encourage increased access to available services and, when deemed necessary, direct linkages to mental health services from a predetermined cohort of culturally competent mental health providers.

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Tagged Passions:health, services, solicitation, and mental health

Additionally, I am requesting that the County Health and Human Services Agency It s Up to Us behavioral illness awareness and stigma reduction media campaign be augmented to include programming for local first responders to reduce stigma, increase awareness, and encourage access to available behavioral health services.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health and services

RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR NATHAN FLETCHER 1. In accordance with Section 401, Article XXIII of County Administrative Code, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, subject to available funding, to issue a competitive solicitation for first responders residing in San Diego County to have confidential peer support and navigation services as well as direct linkages, when deemed necessary, to mental health services and supports, and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract for a term of up to one year, with four option years and up to an additional six months, if needed and to amend the contracts, as needed, to reflect changes to services and funding.

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

2.
Implement focused programming for local first responders as a component of HHSA s existing behavioral illness awareness and stigma reduction media campaign, It s Up to Us, to reduce stigma, increase awareness, and encourage access to available behavioral health services.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this program are not included in the Fiscal Year 2019-21 Operational Plan in the Health and Human Services Agency. If approved, this request will result in additional costs and revenues of up to 450,000 in Fiscal Year 2019-20 and costs and revenue of approximately 650,000 in Fiscal Year 2020-21. The funding source is Realignment.

Tagged Passions:funding, health, services, and program

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT This action is for a competitive solicitation.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business and solicitation

18.
SUBJECT: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT AND COMMUNITY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (DISTRICT: 4)

OVERVIEW The County of San Diego is fortunate to have an opportunity to reinvest taxpayer money into our communities for the benefit of the public. This action will assist the County in meeting the needs of the community.

Tagged Passions:grant, program, and neighborhood

RECOMMENDATION(S) SUPERVISOR NATHAN FLETCHER

1.
Allocate 3,109 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Any Body Can Youth Foundation to pay the cost of materials for a shower, utility sink, faucet, shower door, and two mirrors to support the after-school tutoring, boxing, mentoring, and the Bridge the Gap program.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, utility, Utility, materials, program, education, youth, mentoring, tutoring, and neighborhood

2.
Allocate 35,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Chinese School of San Diego for the purchase of computer equipment, software, projector, security camera, traditional Chinese Lion Dance Costume, and sports equipment.

3.
Allocate 5,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to Cura Smiles, Inc., a California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation to purchase dental instruments and supplies to provide free dental services to the City Heights community of San Diego.

No additional detail provided

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

4.
Allocate 5,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Diversionary Theatre/Productions, Inc. to acquire brochures and other print media that will be used to promote the theatre throughout the San Diego area.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, program, and neighborhood

5.
Allocate 5,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Friends of Balboa Park to design, fabricate, and install four historic landmark signs in Balboa Park.

No additional detail provided

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

6.
Allocate 2,285 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Groundswell Community Project for three soft-top stand up paddleboard (SUP) surfboards to serve more women through the Surf Sister program, which provides therapeutic surf programs to women overcoming addiction, abuse, trauma, and depression.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, program, mental health, and neighborhood

7.
Allocate 3,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Intrepid Shakespeare Company for the acquisition of sets, props, costumes, and brochures for a main-stage performance of William Shakespeare s Titus Andronicus.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, program, performance, and neighborhood

8.
Allocate 20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Japanese Friendship Garden Society of San Diego for landscape materials to build an infrastructure to reduce waste and reuse water by concerting biodegradable or organic waste into fertilizer.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, utility, Utility, materials, program, water, buildings and grounds, and neighborhood

9.
Allocate 44,716 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the La Jolla Community Center towards the cost of a new roof.

No additional detail provided

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

10.
Allocate 12,250 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Theater Arts Foundation of San Diego County for light equipment.

No additional detail provided

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

11.
Allocate 2,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego towards the cost of a remote HVAC monitoring system for the Foster Family Art Storage Building.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, arts, program, and neighborhood

12.
Allocate 10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to The Museum of Photographic Arts towards the cost of monitors and virtual reality equipment.

No additional detail provided

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

13.
Allocate 10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Ocean Discovery Institute to support the purchase of a multi-passenger van to transport students from City Heights to visit San Diego s coastal habitats.

No additional detail provided

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

14.
Allocate 10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the San Diego Air Space Museum to help fund the purchase and installation of the following interactives: Space For You and Be the Flight Director and an International Space Station, which are part of a new visionary exhibit: SPACE.

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Tagged Passions:budget, program, purchasing, and neighborhood

15.
Allocate 3,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the San Diego Civic Youth Ballet, Inc. for full mirrors and new barres.

No additional detail provided

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

16.
Allocate 3,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to Sharia s Closet to renovate the men s room, the children s room, and the laundry room for their facility located at 6244 El Cajon Blvd. 5, San Diego, CA 92115.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:facility, budget, program, and neighborhood

17.
Allocate 12,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to Spay/Neuter Action Project (SNAP) to partially fund a bus to provide mobile spay and neuter procedures in under-resourced communities.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, pets, Public Transit, procedure, program, animal control, and neighborhood

18.
Allocate 2,260 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to Traveling Stories to support literacy via the City Heights Story Tent program with the purchase of iPads and iPad stands, as well as rolling carts to serve more children.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, travel, program, purchasing, literacy, and neighborhood

19.
Allocate 25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Voices of Our City Choir, Inc. towards the purchase a multi-passenger van to transport homeless members to events and services.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, services, events, program, purchasing, neighborhood, and homeless

20.
Allocate 5,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15665) to the Youth Tennis San Diego Foundation to partially fund tennis equipment, score boards, and new back walls.

No additional detail provided

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

21.
Increase allocation by 5,000 from the Fourth District Community Enhancement Program budget (Org 12900) to the Kids Turn San Diego and amend the grant agreement to provide additional funding to partially support a clinical supervisor s salary to allow free counseling for students attending schools in Southeast San Diego, which will help support single parent families as a result of divorce, deployments, incarceration and deportation

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, program, education, and students

22.
Increase allocation by 12,000 from the Fourth District Community Enhancement Program budget (Org 12900) to the La Jolla Art and Wine Festival Foundation and amend the grant agreement to provide additional funding to support their annual festival, which raises funds for under-resourced students attending schools in the La Jolla area, in the following ways: a social media campaign, a festival program, entertainment, and security.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:alcohol, funding, grant, budget, arts, security, program, education, social media law, festival, and students

23.
Increase allocation by 15,000 from the Fourth District Community Enhancement Program budget (Org 12900) to the Lucky Duck Foundation and amend the grant agreement to purchase and provide additional personal care kits for the homeless.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, budget, program, purchasing, and homeless

24.
Amend the purpose of the 3/27/2018 (8) Neighborhood Reinvestment Program allocation of 16,479 to Balboa Park Conservancy to include capital expenditures such as permits, irrigation, lighting, landscaping, and painting for the Casa Del Prado Courtyard Improvement Project. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the grant agreement accordingly.

Tagged Passions:grant, finance, arts, program, parks, and neighborhood

25.
Rescind the 6/26/2018 (12) allocation of 2,000 from the Community Enhancement Program budget (12900) to the Brazilian Institute for Arts Culture for reallocation to other projects.

26. Find that the grant awards described above have a public purpose. Tuesday, September 10, 2019 23

Tagged Passions:grant, budget, arts, and program

27.
Authorize the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/Chief Financial Officer to execute grant agreements or amendments to agreement with the organizations awarded Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funds and Community Enhancement funds establishing terms for receipt of the funds and to make minor amendments to the agreements that are consistent with the general purpose of the grants..

28. Find that the grants identified in Recommendation Nos. 1, 5, 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 20, and 24 are exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) by Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, finance, program, environment, and neighborhood

FISCAL IMPACT The fiscal impact of these recommendations is 251,620 for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program ( 219,620) and for the Community Enhancement Program ( 32,000). Funds for these requests are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15665) and Community Enhancement Program (Org 12900). The funding sources are General Purpose Revenue and Transient Occupancy Tax Revenues, accordingly. These actions will not result in the addition of staff years or other costs.

Tagged Passions:funding, taxes, Taxes, program, and neighborhood

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

19.
SUBJECT: GENERAL SERVICES - APPROVAL OF NEW LEASE AGREEMENT FOR THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUARTERS, 9444 BALBOA AVENUE, SUITE 500, SAN DIEGO (DISTRICT: 4)

OVERVIEW Since 1999, the Probation Department has been using a leased facility located at 9444 Balboa Avenue in the Kearny Mesa area of San Diego as its administrative headquarters. The lease is set to expire on December 31, 2019. On December 11, 2018 (21), the Board approved in principle a site search and the negotiation of a lease for the potential relocation of the administrative headquarters of the Probation Department. Prior to conducting a site search, the owner of the current leased facility proposed favorable terms for a new lease, which included tenant improvement funds without a rent cost increase (except for the annual three percent rent increase which will be applicable after the expiration of the first lease year).

Tagged Passions:funding, facility, leasing, services, and rental

Today s request is for the Board to approve a new ninety-month lease with Balboa Building Owner LLC. The proposed full-service monthly rent of approximately 68,132 ( 2.70/sf) is below market rent and includes a tenant improvement allowance of 630,850 ( 25.00/sf) to reconfigure and refurbish the existing space to meet the current organizational needs of the Probation Department.

Tagged Passions:leasing, market, and rental

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to state CEQA Guidelines section 15301.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 24
Tagged Passions:environment

2.
Approve and authorize the Director, Department of General Services, to execute the lease agreement for space at 9444 Balboa Avenue, San Diego, with Balboa Building Owner LLC, a Delaware limited liability company.

FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the County Probation Department. If approved, this request will result in costs of approximately 408,791 in Fiscal Year 2019-20, for rent based on a lease commencement of January 1, 2020. The funding source is General Purpose Revenue. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:funding, leasing, and services

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

20.
SUBJECT: GENERAL SERVICES - APPROVAL OF AGREEMENTS FOR TEMPORARY FACILITIES FOR THE REGISTRAR OF VOTERS TO SUPPORT THE 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS (DISTRICT: 4)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:voting, election, and services

OVERVIEW The Registrar of Voters (ROV) has a need to lease temporary facilities to support the presidential primary and general elections on March 3, 2020 and November 3, 2020. Historically, the ROV has leased space at Marina Village and Golden Hall to conduct poll worker train-the-trainer activities and to host Election Central on the day of each election.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing, voting, election, and watershed

Today s request is for the Board to approve license agreements for conference space at the Marina Village Conference Center with SCPT Marina Village, LLC, and license agreements for the Golden Hall facility with the City of San Diego. The license agreements will provide temporary facilities during the primary election in March 2020 and the general election in November 2020.

The cost of these temporary facilities exceeds 7,500 per month and therefore requires approval by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to State of California Government Code section 25350.51.
Tagged Passions:facility, voting, election, watershed, and license

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines section 15301.

Tagged Passions:environment

2.
Approve and authorize the Director, Department of General Services, to execute license agreements for conference space at Marina Village Conference Center with SCPT Marina Village, LLC.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, watershed, and license

3.
Authorize the Director, Department of General Services, to execute license agreements for the Golden Hall facility with the City of San Diego.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 25 FISCAL IMPACT Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Operational Plan for the Registrar of Voters. If approved, this request will result in a total current year cost of approximately 78,125, consisting of 40,125 for licensing of conference rooms at the Marina Village Conference Center plus 38,000 for Golden Hall ( 16,000 license fees and approximately 22,000 in ancillary costs) and a Fiscal Year 2020-21 cost of approximately 81,225, consisting of 41,225 for licensing of conference rooms at the Marina Village Conference Center plus 40,000 for Golden Hall ( 18,000 license fees and approximately 22,000 in ancillary costs). The funding sources are General Purpose Revenue and election reimbursements from participating jurisdictions. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

Tagged Passions:funding, facility, voting, election, services, watershed, and license

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

21.
SUBJECT: PROPERTY TAX RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 (DISTRICTS: ALL)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, rates, and property tax

OVERVIEW This is a request to set the annual countywide ad valorem tax rates and the tax rates for school district debt service funds.

State law requires that these rates be adopted by the Board on or before October 3rd so the rates can be used to prepare the property tax roll and property tax bills. State law also requires that taxes be levied upon the taxable property of the County.

Tagged Passions:funding, taxes, Taxes, property, education, rates, ad valorem, and property tax

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Adopt the resolution entitled: RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE TAX RATES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JULY 1, 2019 incorporating the various rates as computed by the Auditor and Controller for Fiscal Year 2019-20.

FISCAL IMPACT Approval of the resolution will allow the Auditor and Controller to prepare the tax roll and produce the annual property tax bills. It will also allow the Tax Collector to collect property taxes for Fiscal Year 2019-20. The collection of taxes will provide funds to satisfy debt service requirements and to finance operations of the County and other government entities
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, taxes, Taxes, property, audit, rates, and property tax

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 26
Tagged Passions:business

22.
SUBJECT: FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 APPROPRIATION LIMIT FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO (DISTRICTS: ALL)

OVERVIEW Each year, pursuant to Article XIII B: Government Spending Limitation of the California Constitution and Government Code Section 7910, the Board of Supervisors establishes its appropriation limit for the County of San Diego. Today s action requests adoption of a resolution establishing the County s Appropriation Limit for Fiscal Year 2019-20, calculated to be approximately 5.8 billion. Only revenues from Proceeds of Taxes (property tax and certain state subventions) are subject to this limit. The County is substantially under the limit, having approximately 2.3 billion of appropriations tied to Proceeds of Taxes that is subject to the limit in Fiscal Year 2019-20.

Tagged Passions:funding, taxes, Taxes, property, and property tax

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Adopt the Resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO ADOPTING APPROPRIATION LIMIT FOR COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20.

Tagged Passions:funding

FISCAL IMPACT The recommended action has no fiscal impact on the County. The action authorizes the adoption of the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Appropriation Limit, pursuant to Article XIII B of the California Constitution and other applicable laws.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

23.
SUBJECT: CAJON VALLEY UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, ELECTION OF 2016, SERIES B (DISTRICT: 2)

OVERVIEW On November 8, 2016, a bond election was held in the Cajon Valley Union School District, County of San Diego, State of California ( District ) at which the requisite 55 or more of the persons voting on the bond proposition ( Proposition EE Authorization ) voted to authorize the issuance and sale of 20,000,000 principal amount of general obligation bonds of the District. On February 14, 2017, the District authorized the issuance of the first series of bonds under the Proposition EE Authorization in an aggregate principal amount of 6,000,000 designated the Cajon Valley Union School District (San Diego County, California) General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2016, Series A ( Series A GO Bonds ). On August 13, 2019, the District authorized the issuance of the second series of bonds under Proposition EE Authorization in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed 7,000,000 to be designated the Cajon Valley Union School District (San Diego County, California) General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2016, Series B ( Series B GO Bonds ). After Series B GO Bonds are issued, there will be 7,000,000 of the Proposition EE Authorization remaining. Tuesday, September 10, 2019 27

Tagged Passions:sale, voting, bond, election, and education

Today s recommendation will request adoption of a resolution for issuance of the Series B GO Bonds. The resolution includes: authorizing the District to issue and sell Series B GO bonds, designating the Treasurer-Tax Collector of San Diego as the Paying Agent, executing a Paying Agent and Investment Management Agreement and directing the Auditor and Controller to maintain the tax roll for the Series B GO Bonds.

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

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Adopt a Resolution entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, AUTHORIZING THE CAJON VALLEY UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT TO ISSUE AND SELL BONDS, APPROVING THE FORM OF AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A PAYING AGENT AGREEMENT AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT, DIRECTING THE COUNTY AUDITOR AND CONTROLLER TO MAINTAIN TAXES ON THE TAX ROLL, AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF NECESSARY CERTIFICATES RELATING TO SAID BONDS.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, bond, investment, audit, and education

FISCAL IMPACT The Series B GO Bonds will be general obligations of the District to be paid from ad valorem property taxes levied within its boundaries, and do not constitute an obligation of the County.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, bond, property, ad valorem, and property tax

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

24.
SUBJECT: SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 2019 GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS SERIES A B (DISTRICTS: 1, 3, 4)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:bond and university

OVERVIEW A bond election was held in the San Diego Community College District, County of San Diego, State of California ( District ) on November 5, 2002. At this election, approximately 68 of the qualified electors of the District voted for the issuance and sale of general obligation bonds of the District for various purposes in the maximum principal amount of 685,000,000 ( Proposition S Authorization ). Under Proposition S Authorization, the District issued all of the available principal via five series of bonds (Series 2003, 2005, 2009, 2011, and 2013).

On November 7, 2006, a bond election was held in the District, where approximately 63 of the qualified electors of the District voted for the issuance and sale of general obligation bonds of the District in the maximum principal amount of 870,000,000 ( Proposition N Authorization ). Under Proposition N Authorization, the District issued all of the available principal via four series of bonds (Series 2007, 2011, 2013, and 2016). On July 21, 2011, the District issued 22,230,000 of San Diego Community College District 2011 General Obligation Refunding Bonds to refund a portion of then-outstanding Proposition S Authorization. On March 22, 2012, the District issued 279,755,000 of San Diego Community College District 2012 General Obligation Refunding Bonds to refund a portion of then-outstanding Proposition S Authorization and Proposition N Authorization. Tuesday, September 10, 2019 28 On November 3, 2016, the District issued 504,030,000 of San Diego Community College District 2016 General Obligation Refunding Bonds to refund a portion of then-outstanding Proposition S Authorization and Proposition N Authorization. On August 22, 2019, the Board of Trustees of the District authorized the refunding of all or a portion of the outstanding 2011 General Obligation Refunding Bonds, 2012 General Obligation Refunding Bonds, General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2002, Series 2013 and General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2006, Series 2013 ( Prior Bonds ) to be designated the San Diego Community College District 2019 General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series A and advance refund a portion of the outstanding General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2006, Series 2013 ( Prior Bonds ) to be designated as the San Diego Community College District 2019 General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series B in a total aggregate principal amount not to exceed 725,000,000 ( Refunding Bonds ).
Tagged Passions:sale, voting, bond, election, and university

Today s recommendation will authorize the Treasurer-Tax Collector to enter into a Paying Agent Agreement with the District and to formally direct the Auditor and Controller to maintain the tax roll for the Refunding Bonds.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, bond, Treasurer, audit, and TREASURER

RECOMMENDATION(S) CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, APPROVING THE FORM AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A PAYING AGENT AGREEMENT RELATING TO REFUNDING BONDS OF THE SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT, DIRECTING THE COUNTY AUDITOR AND CONTROLLER TO MAINTAIN TAXES ON THE TAX ROLL, AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF NECESSARY CERTIFICATES RELATING TO SAID BONDS.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, bond, university, and audit

FISCAL IMPACT The Refunding Bonds will be general obligations of the District to be paid from ad valorem property taxes levied within the boundaries of the San Diego Community College District, and do not constitute an obligation of the County.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, bond, property, university, ad valorem, and property tax

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

25.
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.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 29 FISCAL IMPACT N/A

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT N/A

Tagged Passions:business

26.
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, Board Policy I-1, Planning and Sponsor Group Policies and Procedures, and Board Policy A-77, Appointments to Fill Vacancies and Cancellation of Election where Insufficient Nominations Filed Prior to Uniform District Election and Citizen Planning Group Election. RECOMMENDATION(S) CHAIRWOMAN DIANNE JACOB Appoint David S. Hilfiker to the LAKE CUYAMACA RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT, Seat No. 4, for a term to expire October 11, 2021. Waive Board Policy A-74, Citizen Participation in County Boards, Commissions and Committees, and re-appoint Rob Lewallen to the RAMONA DESIGN REVIEW BOARD, Seat No. 1, for a term to expire August 17, 2022. Appoint Lynn Hopewell to the RAMONA DESIGN REVIEW BOARD, Seat No. 2, for a term to expire September 10, 2022. VICE-CHAIRMAN GREG COX Appoint Ditas Yamane to the ASSESMENT APPEALS BOARD 4 (AAB), Seat No. 1, for a term to expire September 5, 2022.

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, appointments, voting, election, procedure, parks, policy, and recreation

SUPERVISOR NATHAN FLETCHER Appoint Martha Emerald to the AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEE, Seat No. 4, for a term to expire January 2, 2023.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments

SUPERVISOR JIM DESMOND Appoint David Comstock to the PALA-PAUMA VALLEY COMMUNITY SPONSOR GROUP, Seat No. 1, for a term to expire January 4, 2021.

Appoint James Radden to the VALLEY CENTER COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP, Seat No. 8, for a term to expire January 2, 2023. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Appoint Tim Ware to the CITIZENS' LAW ENFORCEMENT REVIEW BOARD (CLERB), Seat No. 4, for a term to expire June 30, 2020. Appoint David Alberga to the CITIZENS' LAW ENFORCEMENT REVIEW BOARD (CLERB), Seat No. 7, for a term to expire June 30, 2021. Tuesday, September 10, 2019 30 Appoint Eileen Delaney to the CITIZENS' LAW ENFORCEMENT REVIEW BOARD (CLERB), Seat No. 11, for a term to expire June 30, 2022. FISCAL IMPACT N/A
Tagged Passions:planning, appointments, and public safety

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