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Board of Supervisors

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -1- September 10, 2019

MICHAEL POWERS County Executive Officer and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors ROSA GONZALEZ Chief Deputy Clerk of the Board (805) 654-2251 LEROY SMITH County Counsel

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

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REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

8:30 AM Board of Supervisors Ventura County

County Government Center Hall of Administration Board of Supervisors

Hearing Room 800 S. Victoria Avenue Ventura, California 93009

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

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

LINDA PARKS, District 2 Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, Westlake Village, Oak Park, Bell Canyon, Hidden Valley, Lake Sherwood, Somis, Las Posas Valley, California State University Channel Islands, Portions of the Oxnard Plain, Santa Rosa Valley, Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu, California Air National Guard, and South Coast

Tagged Passions:parks, university, and military

KELLY LONG, District 3 VICE CHAIR Camarillo, Port Hueneme, Southeast Oxnard, East Oxnard Plain, Santa Paula, Fillmore, Piru, East Lockwood Valley, and Eastern Portion of Naval Base Ventura County Port Hueneme

ROBERT O. HUBER, District 4 Simi Valley, Moorpark, Santa Susana Knolls, Box Canyon, Chatsworth Peak, Home Acres, Sinaloa Lake, Tierra Rejada Valley, The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, and Moorpark College. JOHN C. ZARAGOZA, District 5 Oxnard, Oxnard Shores, Mandalay Bay, Silver Strand, Hollywood Beach, Hollywood By the Sea, Channel Islands Harbor, El Rio, Nyeland Acres, Del Norte Area, Oxnard College, Oxnard Plain, Strickland and Portion of Naval Base Ventura County Port Hueneme
Tagged Passions:beach, ports, boating, university, military, and library

Persons who require accommodation for any audio, visual or other disability in order to review an agenda, or to participate in a meeting of the Board of Supervisors per the American Disabilities Act (ADA), may obtain assistance by requesting such accommodation in writing addressed to the Clerk of the Board, 800 South Victoria Avenue, Loc. 1920, Ventura, CA 93009 or telephonically by calling (805) 654-2251. Any such request for accommodation should be made at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting for which assistance is requested.

All agenda reports and supporting data, including those filed in accordance with Government Code Section 54957.5 (b) (1) and (2) are available from the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Office, Ventura County Government Center, Hall of Administration, 4th Floor, 800 South Victoria Avenue, Ventura, California. The same materials will be available and attached with each associated agenda item, when received, at the following website: www.ventura.org/bosagenda.
Tagged Passions:disability and materials

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -2- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -2- September 10, 2019

Welcome to the Meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Ventura, also sitting as the Governing Board of the County Service Areas, Fire Protection District, Lake Sherwood Community Services District, Watershed Protection District, Ventura County In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority, Ventura County Library, Ventura County Public Financing Authority, and the Waterworks Districts.

The following information is provided to help you understand, follow, and participate in the Board meeting: Public Comments Public comment is the opportunity for members of the public to participate in meetings by addressing the Board of Supervisors in connection with one or more agenda or non-agenda items. Public comments by a member of the public at a single meeting are limited to a cumulative total of five minutes at such meeting unless the time allotment is increased or decreased by the Chair depending on the number of speakers. The public comment period during the opening part of the meeting to address non-agenda items is limited to 30 minutes total for all speakers; this 30-minute limit does not apply to items on the agenda.
Tagged Passions:services, watershed, and library

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

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

Members of the public who would like to augment their comments with visual or audio presentations using County equipment must submit their materials to the Clerk of the Board and the Chair for review before use of County equipment will be allowed. The review will be conducted to determine only whether the materials are on matters within the jurisdiction of the Board, would be disruptive of the meeting, or would foster illegality, such as identity theft. If it is determined the materials are about matters not within the Board s jurisdiction, or would be disruptive of the meeting, or would foster illegality, use of County equipment will not be allowed.

Tagged Passions:equipment and materials

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -3- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -3- September 10, 2019

Items on the Consent Agenda, Regular Agenda, Closed Session Agenda, and Correspondence Agenda will be heard at the Board's discretion. Time Certain Items, Presentations, and Hearings will be heard as close to the listed time as possible, but no sooner than the listed time.

Correspondence Agenda matters are being presented to the Board for information. These items require no action or are not ready for Board consideration. The Clerk of the Board may refer these matters to the County Departments and Agencies for acknowledgement, investigation and report back, direct action or response as appropriate. Report back to the Board may appear on Agenda for action by the Board of Supervisors or for informational purposes upon dates indicated below as appropriate.
Tagged Passions:hearing

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

OPENING

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

1.
Call to Order.

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2.
Roll Call.

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

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4.
Agenda Review - Consider and approve, by majority vote, minor revisions to Board items

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

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5.
Moment of Inspiration.

6. Consent Agenda Items 10 through 28 - Review and approve unless an item is pulled for separate action by the Board and moved to the Regular agenda for consideration. Consent items are to be routine and non-controversial. All items are approved as recommended without discussion. (See Guidelines above)

7.
Public Comments - Citizen presentations regarding County related matters NOT appearing on

this agenda. (See Guidelines above)

8.
Board Comments - Comments by Board members on matters they deem appropriate including

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memorial adjournments. A Board member may ask a question for clarification, make a brief announcement, or make a brief report on his or her own activities. A Board member may also provide a reference to staff or other resources for factual information, or request staff to report back to the Board at a subsequent meeting concerning any matter. The Board may also direct staff to place a matter of business on a future agenda.

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Tagged Passions:business

9.
CEO Comments - Brief announcements and report on CEO and County workforce activities.

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Tagged Passions:workforce

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -4- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -4- September 10, 2019

CONSENT AGENDA AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
Tagged Passions:audit

10.
Receive and File the Auditor-Controller's Fiscal Year 2019-20 Internal Audit Plan and Report

on Prior Year Performance. CEO SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATION DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Tagged Passions:legal, performance, and audit

11.
Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing the District Attorney to Execute Grant Amendments or

Extensions for Continued Funding for Victim Services XC Program from the California Office of Emergency Services. CEO SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATION

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, legal, services, program, and emergency

FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

12. Ratification of the Ventura County Fire Protection District s (Fire District) Submission of Five Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Applications for the Acquisition and Installation of Three Communication Towers with Early Warning Systems and Two Emergency Power Generators to the California Office of Emergency Services for Selection and Funding by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in a Total Amount of 841,174 with a Total Fire District Cost Share of 210,294. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED 13. Approval of, and Authorization for the Ventura County Fire Protection District Fire Chief to Sign, an Agreement to Provide Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to the Bell Canyon Community with the City of Los Angeles for the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD), Effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024; and Ratification of the Fire Chief's Authorization for LAFD to Continue Providing Fire Protection and EMS Under the Agreement. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, fire departments and districts, cell tower, Cell tower, services, program, emergency, communications, EMS, Communications, disaster management, and selection

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -5- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -5- September 10, 2019

CONSENT AGENDA, CONTINUED GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY 14. Authorization for the Purchasing Agent to Sign a Renewal for the First Option Year of a
Tagged Passions:services and purchasing

General Job Order Contract (JOC) for General Trades with Angeles Contractor, Inc. of City of Industry, In a Not to Exceed Amount of 4,765,000, for Which the Value of Each Individual Project Undertaken will Not Exceed 175,000; Authorization for the Purchasing Agent to Sign a Renewal for the First Option Year of a General JOC for Paving with J H Engineering General Contractors, Inc. of Camarillo, In a Not to Exceed Amount of 4,765,000, for Which the Value of Each Individual Project Undertaken will Not Exceed 175,000; Authorization for the Purchasing Agent to Sign a Renewal for the First Option Year of a General JOC for Security Electronics with Sure Line Electrical, Inc. of Atascadero, In a Not to Exceed Amount of 4,765,000, for Which the Value of Each Individual Project Undertaken will Not Exceed 175,000; Authorization for the Purchasing Agent to Sign a Renewal for the First Option Year of a General JOC for Electrical Trades with Global Power Group, Inc. of Lakeside, In a Not to Exceed Amount of 4,765,000, for Which the Value of Each Individual Project Undertaken will Not Exceed 175,000; Authorization for the Purchasing Agent to Sign a Renewal for the First Option Year of a General JOC for Mechanical Trades with ACCO Engineered Systems of El Segundo, In a Not to Exceed Amount of 4,765,000, for Which the Value of Each Individual Project Undertaken will Not Exceed 175,000; and Authorization for the Purchasing Agent to Terminate Any Such JOC for Nonperformance or Upon Mutual Agreement. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

15. Approval of, and Authorization for, Anticipated Specific Projects to be Completed Under

Tagged Passions:security, contract, purchasing, and trade

Existing Job Order Contracts. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:contract

HEALTH CARE AGENCY - Behavioral Health

16. Approval of, and Authorization for the Ventura County Behavioral Health (VCBH) Director to Sign, the Agreement for Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment Medi-Cal Specialty Mental Health Care Services with Interface Children Family Services (Interface) in the Amount of 1,610,000, Effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020; Approval of, and Authorization for the VCBH Director to Sign, the Agreement for Family Access and Support Team Services with United Parents in the Amount of 469,781, Effective July 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019; Authorization for the VCBH Director to Make Amendments to the Interface Agreement Modifying Medi-Cal Mental Health Provisional Unit Rates; Authorization for the VCBH Director to Extend the Term of the Agreements Up to Two Times for a Period of No More than One Year Per Extension; and Ratification of VCBH's Authorization for the Continued Provision of Services by Interface and United Parents, Effective July 1, 2019 through September 10, 2019. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:health, services, mental health, family services, rates, and parents

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -6- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -6- September 10, 2019

CONSENT AGENDA, CONTINUED

HEALTH CARE AGENCY - Behavioral Health, CONTINUED

17. Ratification of the Submission of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-19 Substance Abuse and Mental

Tagged Passions:health

Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Community Mental Health Block Grant (MHBG) Allocation Worksheet by the Ventura County Behavioral Health (VCBH) Director to the California State Department of Health Care Services and Acceptance of FY 2018-19 SAMHSA MHBG Funding by the VCBH Director in the Amount of 836,523, Increasing the FY 2018-19 Allocation by 190,331, Effective October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, services, and mental health

HEALTH CARE AGENCY - Ventura County Medical Center

18. Approval of, and Authorization for the Health Care Agency Director to Sign, the Second

Tagged Passions:health

Amendment to the Agreement for Medical Director and Associate Medical Directors, Gastroenterology Services with Covington Menz Lyche Lin Medical Group Doing Business as Island View Gastroenterology Associates, Modifying the Agreement to Include Only On-Call and Selective Gastroenterology Services, Effective September 1, 2019, and Extending the Contract Term through June 30, 2020, Increasing the Maximum Amount to 362,232, for the Period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 and 301,650 per Fiscal Year for Up to Two Fiscal Years Thereafter. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

19. Approval of the Recommendation of the Ventura County Health Care Agency Community
Tagged Passions:health, business, contract, and services

Health Center Board to Appoint Ralph Reyes as a Regular Member of the Community Health Center Board for a Term Ending September 9, 2022. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY 20. Approval of the Recommendation of the Workforce Development Board of Ventura County to

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

Appoint Captain Kirk A. Lagerquist to the Workforce Development Board of Ventura County with a Term Ending September 9, 2022. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

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

PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY - County of Ventura

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Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

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

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Districts. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

22.
Receive and File Contractor Payment Tabulation for the Month of June 2019; All Supervisorial

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Districts. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -7- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -7- September 10, 2019

CONSENT AGENDA, CONTINUED

PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY - Waterworks Districts

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Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

23.
Receive and File the 2018 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Reports; Ventura County

Waterworks Districts Nos. 1 (Moorpark), 17 (Bell Canyon), 19 (Somis), and 38 (Lake Sherwood); Supervisorial District Nos. 2, 3, and 4. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY - Environmental Health

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Tagged Passions:health and environment

24.
Receive and File the Hazardous Materials Discharge Reports for July 27, 2019 through August

30, 2019 - Proposition 65. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED SHERIFF'S OFFICE 25. Approval of the Recommendation of the Sheriff to Appoint Captain James Fryhoff to the Behavioral Health Advisory Board as the Law Enforcement Representative for a Term Ending September 10, 2022. CEO SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATION TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR

Tagged Passions:health, appointments, taxes, Taxes, public safety, materials, Treasurer, TREASURER, and hazardous materials

26.
Receive and File Report of Investments, Including Market Values for Investments for the Month

Ending July 31, 2019. CEO SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATION UNSCHEDULED VACANCY NOTICE

Tagged Passions:market and investment

27.
Receive and File the Unscheduled Vacancy Notices for Jenny Crosswhite of the Community

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Action of Ventura County, Incorporated, and Joe Paul of the Ventura County Community Health Center Board.

VENTURA COUNTY LIBRARY 28. Approval of the Certification Form to Apply for Grant Funding for the Fillmore Library Expansion Project from the California State Library in the Amount of 1,500,000. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, expansion, and library

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -8- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -8- September 10, 2019

TIME CERTAIN ITEMS, PRESENTATIONS AND HEARINGS

10:00 A.M.
Tagged Passions:hearing

29.
Adoption of a Resolution Adding One Regular Full-Time Equivalent Position of Assistant Sheriff

within Sheriff's Police Services, Support Division and Deleting Three Regular Full-Time Equivalent Position Allocations of Sheriff's Senior Manager II, Management Assistant III, and Management Assistant II from Sheriff s Police Services, Information Services, East County, and Special Divisions, Effective September 22, 2019.

Tagged Passions:public safety, services, and manager

(Sheriff 's Office - 5 Minutes) CEO SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATION

30. Authorization for the Sheriff to Accept the Gun Violence Reduction Pilot Program Grant to Fund a Countywide Prohibited Persons Gun Reduction Program from the Board of State and Community Corrections in the Amount of 750,000, Effective September 12, 2019 through June 30, 2022; and Authorization for the Auditor-Controller to Process the Necessary Budgetary Transactions. RECOMMENDATION NO. 2 REQUIRES 4/5THS VOTE (Sheriff's Office - 5 Minutes) CEO SUPPORTS RECOMMENDATIONS
Tagged Passions:gun control, grant, budget, public safety, program, audit, Gun Control, and jail

31.
Approval of a Grant Agreement for Social Programs to Establish a Free Clinic for Providing

Basic Health Care and Health Supporting Services to the Oxnard and Ventura Communities and Provide a Youth Health Care Job Skills Development Program for Western Ventura County Youth with the Westminster Free Clinic (Westminster) Payable Over a Three-Year Period in the Amount of 1,500,000; Authorization for the County Executive Officer (CEO) to Establish a Joint Account with Westminster for the Disbursement of the Funds to Westminster, and Designate the CEO as Authorized Signatory on the Account; and Authorization for the Auditor-Controller to Process a Payment to Westminster; Supervisorial District No. 5.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, development, services, program, Development, audit, and youth

(County Executive Office - 10 Minutes) CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

11:30 A.M.

32.
Receive and File the General Plan Update Review of August 6, 2019 Work Session Summary

Regarding the Preliminary Public Review Draft 2040 General Plan, Work Session Minutes, and Consideration of Outstanding Questions; Planning Division Case Number PL17-0141; All Supervisorial Districts. (Resource Management Agency - Planning - 30 Minutes)

Tagged Passions:planning

1:30 P.M. - THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WILL RECESS AT 1:30 P.M. TO CONDUCT BUSINESS OF THE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD (APCB) AND WILL RECONVENE, IF NECESSARY, UPON CONCLUSION OF THE APCB MEETING

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Tagged Passions:business

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -9- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -9- September 10, 2019

TIME CERTAIN ITEMS, PRESENTATIONS AND HEARINGS, CONTINUED

3:00 P.M.
Tagged Passions:hearing

33.
Board of Supervisors Work Session on Sea Level Rise Impacts, Vulnerabilities, Adaptation

Strategies, and Preliminary Draft Coastal Area Plan Policies and Programs (PL17-0147); and Ratification of the Submission of an Application for a 2019 Local Coastal Program Planning Grant and Adoption of an Accompanying Resolution; All Supervisorial Districts. (Resource Management Agency - Planning - 2 Hours) REGULAR AGENDA

Tagged Passions:planning, grant, and program

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

34.
Recommendation of Supervisor Parks to Appoint David Newman to the Campaign Finance

Ethics Commission with a Term Ending January 2, 2023. COUNTY COUNSEL

Tagged Passions:finance, boards and commissions, appointments, parks, campaign finance, and ethics

35.
Receive and File a Report Back and Seek Board Direction Regarding Potential Amendments to

the County's Zoning Ordinances Regarding Oil and Gas Development; All Supervisorial Districts. CEO RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AS PROPOSED

Tagged Passions:ordinance, Fossil Fuels - Oil, development, zoning, and Development

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -10- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -10- September 10, 2019

REVISED CLOSED SESSION AGENDA Closed Session - It is the intention of the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Ventura County Fire Protection District Board, the In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Public Authority Board, and Ventura County Watershed Protection District Board to meet in Closed Session to consider the following items:
Tagged Passions:services and watershed

BEFORE THE VENTURA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:

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36.
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL EXISTING LITIGATION (Gov. Code, 54956.9)

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Tagged Passions:legal

PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.9, SUBDIVISION (d), PARAGRAPH (1): NAME OF CASE: Anthony Sanders et al. v. County of Ventura; United States District Court, Central District, Case No. 2:19-cv-06370

Tagged Passions:legal, subdivision, and court

37.
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL EXISTING LITIGATION (Gov. Code 54956.9)

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Tagged Passions:legal

PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.9, SUBDIVISION (d), PARAGRAPH (1): NAME OF CASE: Tracy Towner v. County of Ventura; United States District Court, Central District, Case No. 2:19-cv-03584-VAP (GJSx) and Ventura County Superior Court Case No. 56-2019-00532471-CU-WM-VTA

Tagged Passions:legal, subdivision, and court

38.
HEARINGS (Evid. Code, 1157)

SUBJECT MATTER: Appeal to Ventura County Board of Supervisors as governing body of Ventura County Medical Center regarding Medical Staff membership or privileges

Tagged Passions:hearing

39.
CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Gov. Code, 54957.6)

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COUNTY DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVES: Shawn Atin, Tabin Cosio

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EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATIONS: International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 501 Ventura Employees Association California Nurses Association Ventura County Deputy Sheriff s Association Specialized Peace Officers Association of Ventura County

Tagged Passions:public safety and union

40.
OVERSIGHT OF MEDICAL STAFF PRIVILEGES (Evid. Code, 1157)

SUBJECT MATTER: Approval of Medical Staff and Allied Health Professional Membership and/or Clinical Privileges for Practitioners at Ventura County Medical Center, Santa Paula Hospital, Ambulatory/Behavioral Health Clinics and the Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

Tagged Passions:health, hospital, and healthcare

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -11- September 10, 2019

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA -11- September 10, 2019

REVISED CLOSED SESSION AGENDA, CONTINUED Closed Session - It is the intention of the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Ventura County Fire Protection District Board, the In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Public Authority Board, and Ventura County Watershed Protection District Board to meet in Closed Session to consider the following items:
Tagged Passions:services and watershed

BEFORE THE VENTURA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, CONTINUED:

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41.
CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Gov. Code, 54957.6)

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COUNTY DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVES: Shawn Atin, Tabin Casio EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION: Service Employees International Union, Local 721

BEFORE THE VENTURA COUNTY WATERWORKS DISTRICTS NOS. 1 AND 19:

Tagged Passions:union

42.
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL EXISTING LITIGATION (Gov. Code 54956.9)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal

PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.9, SUBDIVISION (d), PARAGRAPH (1): NAME OF CASE: Las Posas Valley Water Rights Coalition et al. v. Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency et al.; Santa Barbara County Superior Court Case No. VENCI 00509700

CORRESPONDENCE AGENDA Receive and File Correspondence Agenda Items 43 through 44 - Communications Received and Filed by the Clerk of the Board on Behalf of the Board of Supervisors, with Copies Furnished as Indicated.
Tagged Passions:legal, utility, Utility, subdivision, water, communications, Communications, and court

43.
Receive and File Correspondence from Tim Wampler, Vice President of Manufacturing for

CoorsTek Regarding a Notice Pursuant to the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) Advising of the Permanent Closure of the Facility Located at 4544 McGrath Street, Ventura, CA 93003 on October 13, 2019, or Within Two Weeks Thereafter. (Human Services Agency)

Tagged Passions:facility, streets, and services

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