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					   CARRE BROWN              JOHN MCCOWEN           JOHN PINCHES        KENDALL SMITH         J. DAVID COLFAX
    First District           Second District        Third District      Fourth District         Fifth District
        Chair                                                                                    Vice-Chair
                           CARMEL J. ANGELO                            JEANINE B. NADEL
                Chief Executive Officer/Clerk of the Board              County Counsel


  MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

                                           AGENDA
                            JULY 13, 2010 – 9:00 A.M.

THE MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETS CONCURRENTLY AS THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE: MENDOCINO COUNTY AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT
DISTRICT, MENDOCINO COUNTY PUBLIC FACILITIES CORPORATION, MENDOCINO COUNTY
WATER AGENCY, MENDOCINO COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT, REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF
THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO, AND THE IHSS PUBLIC AUTHORITY GOVERNING BOARD

 Order of Agenda:                     MEETING HIGHLIGHTS
   Open Session,                                                                           Welcome to the
    Roll Call &                                                                            meeting of the
                                                 Open Session
Pledge of Allegiance                                                                      Mendocino County
                                                  (9:00 a.m.)
                                                                                              Board of
Public Expression                            Public Expression                              Supervisors
                                   (Approximately 9:05 a.m. - See Page No. 4)
  Adoption of
                               Mendocino County Code of Ethics and Conduct                   Agenda items
Consent Calendars
                                 (Approximately 9:05 a.m. – See Item No. 7d)                generally occur
                                                                                              sequentially,
     Regular            Discussion and Possible Direction Concerning Operation of
                                                                                            however, when
   Agenda Items                   County Solid Waste Transfer Stations                       circumstances
                                 (Approximately 9:30 a.m. – See Item No. 6b)               warrant, the order
  Closed Session
                                        Informational Presentation                          of items may be
                                     by the Mendocino National Forest                        changed at the
Selected items have
                                  (Approximately 10:30 a.m. – See Item No. 8a)              discretion of the
 been assigned an
                                                                                                  Chair
appointed time for                       Adjourn to Closed Session
 the convenience             (Approximately 11:00 a.m. – Followed by Lunch Recess)        Please see the end of
 of the Board and
                                           Adjourn to Lunch Recess                            the agenda for
     the Public
                                          (Approximately 12:00 Noon)                       additional meeting
                                                                                               information
Online Information                    Reconvene for Afternoon Session                        including ADA
& Web Streaming                       & Report Out from Closed Session                      accommodations
     (See Page 4)                         (Approximately 1:30 p.m.)                             and public
                                    Reconvene as the Board of Supervisors                       expression
     Televised
  Board Meetings                          (Approximately 1:35 p.m.)
     (See Page 4)        Presentation of Report on Retiree Health Plan Transition
                                 (Approximately 1:35 p.m. – See Item No. 5c)

       COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER 501 LOW GAP ROAD ROOM 1090 UKIAH, CALIFORNIA 95482
TELEPHONE: (707) 463-4221 FAX: (707) 463-7237 BOS@CO.MENDOCINO.CA.US WWW.CO.MENDOCINO.CA.US/BOS
             BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA – JULY 13, 2010                                                               PAGE 2 OF 8


                                               ORDER OF AGENDA
ITEM NO. 1 – OPEN SESSION AND ROLL CALL (9:00 A.M.)
• Roll Call will be conducted at the beginning of Open Session

ITEM NO. 2 – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
• The Pledge of Allegiance will be recited at the beginning of Open Session

ITEM NO. 3 – APPROVAL OF MINUTES
• Approval of Minutes of June 15, 2010
• Approval of Minutes of June 22, 2010
• Approval of Minutes of June 29, 2010

ITEM NO. 4 – CONSENT CALENDARS
• Regular Consent Calendar (See Attached)
• Water Agency Consent Calendar (See Attached)
   The Consent Calendar (Agenda) is considered routine and non-controversial and will be acted upon by the Board at one time without
   discussion. The Consent Calendar is adopted as the first order of business upon the start of the Open Session portion of the meeting.
   Any Board member may request that any item be removed from the Consent Calendar for individual consideration. Please consult
   with the Clerk of the Board for additional information.

ITEM NO. 5 – COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICE MATTERS
(a)   Chief Executive Officer Reports
(b)   Discussion and Possible Action Including Review, Adoption, Amendment, Consideration or
      Ratification of Legislation Pursuant to the Adopted Legislative Platform
(c)   Timed Item – 1:35 p.m.: Presentation of Report on Retiree Health Plan Transition –
      Sponsoring Departments: Executive Office/Human Resources

ITEM NO. 6 – DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS AND REPORTS
(a)   Department of Transportation – Director’s Report
(b)   Timed Item – 9:30 a.m.: Consideration and Possible Direction Concerning Modifications,
      Including Reductions in Service, for the Operation of County Solid Waste Transfer Stations
      (Countywide) – Sponsoring Department: Transportation
(c)   Discussion and Possible Action Including Authorization to Fill County Staff Positions Submitted
      on Staffing Request Forms by Various County Departments and as Recommended by
      Executive Office and Human Resources – Sponsoring Department: Human Resources

ITEM NO. 7 – COMMITTEE REPORTS/SUPERVISORS REPORTS
(a)   Supervisors Reports – Assigned Boards, Councils & Commissions / Other Meetings Attended
(b)   Standing Committees – Chair Reports
(c)   Ad-Hoc Committee Reports
(d)   Timed Item – 9:05 a.m.: Mendocino County Code of Ethics and Conduct – Sponsor:
      Supervisor Brown
(e)   Direction to Staff to Complete a Half-Cent Sales Tax Measure, Tentatively Titled “The
      Mendocino County Vital Service Protection Measure”, to be Considered by the Board of
      Supervisors for Placement on a County-Wide Ballot in the Regularly Scheduled November,
      2010 Election – Sponsor: Supervisor Smith

ITEM NO. 8 – MISCELLANEOUS
(a)   Timed Item – 10:30 a.m.: Informational Presentation and Update by the Mendocino National
      Forest – Sponsor: Supervisor Brown
             BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA – JULY 13, 2010                                                                 PAGE 3 OF 8



ITEM NO. 9 – MENDOCINO COUNTY AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, MENDOCINO COUNTY PUBLIC
FACILITIES CORPORATION, MENDOCINO COUNTY WATER AGENCY, MENDOCINO COUNTY LIBRARY
DISTRICT, REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO, AND THE IHSS PUBLIC AUTHORITY
GOVERNING BOARD

ITEM NO. 10 – APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
The Board of Supervisors is actively seeking qualified candidates to fill various vacancies. Please consult with the Clerk of the Board for
information on specific categorical areas and District vacancies, or visit our website at: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/bos

ITEM NO. 11 – CLOSED SESSION (TIMED ITEM: 11:00 A.M.)
(a)   Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 – Conference with Labor Negotiator – Agency
      Negotiators: Carmel J. Angelo, Teresia Haase, Meredith Ford, and Rick Haeg; Employee
      Organization(s): All
(b)   Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a) – Conference with Legal Counsel –
      Existing Litigation: Doreen M. Orme v. County of Mendocino, Mendocino County Superior
      Court Case No. SCUK-CVG-09-54063

ITEM NO. 12 – COUNTY COUNSEL

ITEM NO. 13 – COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED AND FILED
Communications received and filed are retained by the Clerk of the Board throughout the Board proceedings. To review items described in
this section, please contact the Clerk of the Board staff in Room 1090.
(a)        State Board of Equalization 2008-09 Annual Report
(b)        State Water Resources Control Board:
           •     Notice of Opportunity to Comment on Proposed Approval of Amendment to the Water
                 Quality Control Plan for the North Coast Region (Basin Plan) to Establish: (1) Site Specific
                 Water Quality Objectives for Dissolved Oxygen in the Klamath River; (2) an Action Plan for
                 the Klamath River Total Maximum Daily Loads Addressing Temperature, Dissolved
                 Oxygen, Nutrient, and Microcystin Impairments in the Klamath River; and (3) an
                 Implementation Plan for the Klamath and Lost River Basins; State Water Board Agenda
                 Language                 and              Draft        Resolution            are           Available              at:
                 http://www.waterboards.ca/gov/water_issues/programs/tmdl/index.shtml#rb1 or can be
                 Received by Mail by Contacting Michael Buckman at (916) 341-5479; Public Comments
                 Must Be Received by 12 Noon on July 21, 2010 with Subject Heading “Comment Letter –
                 Klamath River – TMDLs” and May Be Emailed to Jeanine Townsend at
                 commentletters@waterboards.ca.gov, Faxed to (916) 341-5620, or Mailed to the State
                 Water Resources Control Board at 1001 I street, Sacramento, CA 95814
           •     Division of Water Rights Second Floor Records Unit will be Closed to the Public from July
                 1, 2010 through July 30, 2010, Due to Major Remodeling of the Unit’s Records Viewing
                 and Storage Space; Questions May Be Directed to Erica Porter-Mathews at (916) 341-
                 5391 or eporter@waterboards.ca.gov or Pamela Perry at (916) 341-5333 or
                 pperry@waterboards.ca.gov
           •     Formal Endorsement of the California Wetland Monitoring Workgroups (CWMW)
                 Coordinated Strategy to Assess the Extent and Health of California’s Wetland Resources;
                 Written Comments May Be Directed to Jon Marshack, State Water Resources Control
                 Board, 1001 I Street, 15th Floor, P.O. Box 100, Sacramento, CA 95812
(c)        California Fish and Game Commission:
           •     Notice of Proposed Changes in Regulations, Relating to Waterfowl Hunting and Provisions
                 Related to the Take of Migratory Game Birds; Questions May Be Directed to Dr. Eric Loft,
                 Chief, Wildlife Branch, Department of Fish and Game, (916) 445-3406, or Assistant Chief
                 Rob Allen, Enforcement Branch, (916) 653-4094; Written Comments Must Be Submitted
             BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA – JULY 13, 2010                                                          PAGE 4 OF 8


              on or before July 30, 2010 by Fax at (916) 653-5040, by Email at FGC@fgc.ca.gov, or
              Mailed to John Carlson, Jr., Executive Director, Fish and Game Commission, 1416 Ninth
              Street, Box 944209, Sacramento, CA 94244
          •   Notice of Proposed Changes in Regulations, Relating to Upland Game Bird Hunting
              Regulations; Questions May Be Directed to Dr. Eric Loft, Chief, Wildlife Branch,
              Department of Fish and Game, (916) 445-3555; Written Comments Must Be Submitted on
              or before July 28, 2010 by Fax at (916) 653-5040 or by Email at FGC@fgc.ca.gov
(d)       California Center for Rural Policy (CCRP), Humboldt State University, Finding from the Rural
          Health Information Survey (RHIS), “Disparities in Screening for Breast Cancer in the Redwood
          Coast Region;” For More Information or Copies of the Policy Report, Call (707) 826-3400 or
          Find Online at www.humboldt.edu/~ccrp

PUBLIC EXPRESSION: (PUBLIC COMMENT FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA)
• Members of the public are welcome to address the Board on items not listed on the agenda and within the jurisdiction of the
   Board of Supervisors. The Board is prohibited by law from taking action on matters not on the agenda, but may ask questions to
   clarify the speaker's comment and/or briefly answer questions. The Board limits testimony on matters not on the agenda to 3
   minutes per person and not more than 10 minutes for a particular subject at the discretion of the Chair of the Board.
• Individuals wishing to address the Board under Public Expression are welcome to do so throughout the meeting day. To best
   facilitate these items, please review and complete the public comment/speaker form available at the back of the Boardroom and
   present to the Clerk of the Board, the Chair of the Board, or your respective District Supervisor. If you wish to submit written
   comments, please provide 9 copies to the Clerk of the Board staff, located in the Administration Center, Room 1090. All
   meetings are tape-recorded and speakers are reminded to announce their names as they approach the podium.




                              AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) COMPLIANCE
•     The Board of Supervisors complies with ADA requirements and upon request, will attempt to reasonably
      accommodate individuals with disabilities by making meeting material available in appropriate alternative formats
      (pursuant to Government Code Section 54953.2). Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation to participate in the
      meeting should contact the Clerk of the Board’s Office by calling (707) 463-4221 at least five days prior to the meeting.
                           ADDITIONAL MEETING INFORMATION FOR INTERESTED PARTIES
•     If you wish to address the Board on any matter on the agenda, please review and complete the public
      comment/speaker form available at the back of the Boardroom. If you wish to submit written comments, please
      provide 9 copies to the Clerk of the Board staff, located in the Administration Center, Room 1090
•     The Board of Supervisors’ agenda is posted on the County of Mendocino website at: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/bos
•     A copy of the Agenda Packet is available for public review in the Clerk of the Board’s Office, Room 1090. Proposed
      actions and supporting documents are considered draft until acted upon by the Board
•     Additional information on specific agenda items may be obtained by contacting the sponsoring departments. Contact
      information for County departments may be obtained at www.co.mendocino.ca.us/ndx.htm
•     Board proceedings are broadcast on the local Public Access Channel to accommodate greater public access; tune in at
      the corresponding Open Session time as posted on the front page of the Agenda
•     Please reference the departmental website to obtain additional resource information for the Board of Supervisors and
      Clerk of the Board: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/bos

                                   ANNOUNCING EXPANDED ONLINE INFORMATION
•     LIVE WEB STREAMING OF BOARD MEETINGS: www.uvctv.org (Requires Windows Media Player Version 9 – for
      Technical Assistance Please Contact Ukiah Valley Community Television (707) 357-0624
•     Board Meeting Agenda Summary reports and supporting documentation are available online. Please Access the
      Selected Agenda from the Board’s Website to View Additional Information: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/bos

        Thank you for your interest in the proceedings of the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors
           CONSENT CALENDAR – JULY 13, 2010                                                      PAGE 5 OF 8

The Consent Calendar (Agenda) is considered routine and non-controversial. The Board will adopt the Consent
Calendar at one time without discussion. The Consent Calendar is adopted as the first order of business upon the
start of the Open Session portion of the meeting. Any Board member may request that any item be removed from the
Consent Calendar for individual consideration. Please consult with the Clerk of the Board for additional
information.

The following items are recommended for approval:
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
(1)    Approval of Agreement with Pacific Redwood Medical Group to Provide Health and Medical
       Services to Youth Incarcerated in Juvenile Hall – Juvenile Hall

(2)     Approval of “Memorandum of Understanding for Security Services” Between the Superior
        Court of California, County of Mendocino and the County of Mendocino for the Mendocino
        County Sheriff’s Office Provide Bailiff Services and Court Security to the Mendocino County
        Courthouse; Court will Reimburse County for all Costs – Sheriff

(3)     Approval of Vehicle Purchase (2010 Ford Expedition 4X4) and Emergency Vehicle Equipment
        for Office of Emergency Services (OES), Appropriate $9,000 from Current OES Budget and
        Approval of Budget Transfer of $40,000 from EOC Trust Account, and Add Vehicle to County
        Approved List of Fixed Assets – Sheriff/Office of Emergency Services

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
(4)   Authorization to Conduct Municipal Elections and Consolidate the Special District Elections to
      be Held on Tuesday, November 2, 2010 – Assessor/Clerk-Recorder

(5)     Certification of the June 8, 2010 Statewide Direct Primary Election – Assessor/Clerk-Recorder

(6)     Approval of Amendment to Agreement No. 09-017A to Extend to June 30, 2011, the
        Professional Services Agreement Between the County of Mendocino and Alcalde and Fay for
        Washington DC Legislative Advocacy Services – Executive Office

(7)     Approval of Letter of Support for Funding in President’s Budget for FY 2012, and the Long-
        Term Reauthorization of the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self Determination Act
        (SRSCA) – Executive Office

(8)     Approval of Letter of Support for Mendocino County Youth Project and its Request for Three
        Years of Core Funding to Service Runaway, Homeless, and Other Youth in Crisis – Executive
        Office

(9)     Approval of Communications Vault Leases with the State of California Department of Fish and
        Game and the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation for Occupancy of Vault
        Space and Shared Use of the VHF Combining System at the Point Arena Edge Wireless
        Microwave Site (APN 027-306-13) – General Services Agency

(10)    Approval of General Services Agency, Risk Management Division Annual Destruction of
        General Liability Case Files as Listed in Attached Report and Pursuant to Government Code
        Section 26202 and County Counsel Opinion – General Services Agency

(11)    Adoption of Resolution Amending Position Allocation Table as Follows: Budget Unit 2070:
        Add District Attorney Investigator (.5 FTE) – Human Resources

(12)    Adoption of Resolution Amending Position Allocation Table as follows: Move Economic
        Development Coordinator (1 FTE) Position No. 1748 and Senior Administrative Analyst (1
        FTE) Position No. 3612 from Budget Unit 1810 to Budget Unit 1020 – Human Resources
          CONSENT CALENDAR – JULY 13, 2010                                           PAGE 6 OF 8


GENERAL GOVERNMENT – CONTINUED
(13)  Approval of Agreement with ING/Relia Star, in the Amount of Approximately $171,000, for
      the Period July 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010, to Provide Stop Loss/Risk Management
      Services, Specific Excess Coverage and Associated Administration for the Mendocino County
      Retirement Health Plan – Human Resources

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
(14)   Adoption of Ordinance Adding Chapter 9.40 to the Mendocino County Code Entitled “Disease
       Prevention Demonstration Project” – Health and Human Services Agency/Community Health
       Services

(15)   Approval for Community Health Services to Purchase Two (2) PortaCounts (Respirator Fit
       Testers) for Disaster Preparedness, and Related Budget Transfer, in the Amount of
       $27,982.75 – Health and Human Services Agency/Community Health Services

(16)   Approval of Amendment to Agreement No. 10-046 with Creekside Convalescent Hospital
       (Santa Rosa, CA) to Increase Agreement by $51,100 for a Total Agreement Amount of
       $102,200 to Provide Mental Health Rehabilitation Services for Adults in Fiscal-Year
       2010/2011 – Health and Human Services Agency/Mental Health Board

(17)   Approval of Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. 09-241 with Ford Street Project, Inc. in the
       Amount of $1,354 to Add Housing Inspections for the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid
       Re-Housing Program (HPRP) Program in Fiscal Year 2009-2010 – Health and Human
       Services Agency/Adult and Older Adult System of Care

(18)   Approval of Agreement Amendment with Fred Finch Youth Center (Oakland, CA) to Increase
       Agreement Amount by $25,000 for a Total Annual Amount of $75,000 to Provide Dual
       Diagnosis Program for Developmentally Disabled and Emotionally Disturbed Adolescents of
       Mendocino County in Fiscal-Year 2009/2010 – Health and Human Services Agency/Mental
       Health Branch

(19)   Approval of Agreement with Mendocino County Youth Project in the Amount of $389,000 to
       Provide Specialty Mental Health Services to Medi-Cal Eligible Children in Fiscal-Year
       2010/2011 – Health and Human Services Agency/Mental Health Branch

(20)   Approval of Agreement with North Valley Behavioral Health (Yuba City, CA) in the Amount of
       $625,920 to Provide Inpatient Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization in Fiscal-Year 2010/2011 –
       Health and Human Services Agency/Mental Health Branch

(21)   Approval of Agreement with Redwood Children’s Services, Inc. in the Amount of $757,049, to
       Provide Emergency Shelter Services in Fiscal-Year 2010/2011 – Health and Human Services
       Agency/Children and Family System of Care

(22)   Approval of Plan to Use American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), Temporary
       Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Emergency Contingency Funds (ECF) to Provide
       Non-Recurrent Short-Term Benefits (NSTB to CalWORKs Recipients) – Health and Human
       Services Agency/Community Health Services

(23)   Approval of Proposal to Purchase a Trailer (Fixed Asset) and Related Budget Transfer in the
       Amount of $6,276.41 for Transporting Disaster Response Equipment in the Event of a Health
       Disaster – Health and Human Services Agency/Community Health Services
         CONSENT CALENDAR – JULY 13, 2010                                            PAGE 7 OF 8

PUBLIC RESOURCES
(24)   Adoption of Ordinance Amending Mendocino County Code Title 21, Chapter 21.04 –
       Development Agreements – Planning and Building Services

(25)   Adoption of Ordinance Amending Section 15.04.030 of the Mendocino County Code – Speed
       Zones; Repealing Paragraphs 15.04.030(D)(17) and (28), and 15.04.030(E)(7) and (8) and
       Establishing Revised Prima Facie Speed Limits on a Portion of Old Stage Road, CR 502 and
       on Pacific Woods Road, CR 524 (Gualala Area) – Transportation

(26)   Adoption of Resolution Approving Department of Transportation Agreement No. 100038
       (David A. Bonelli and Cynthia A. Bonelli) for the Acquisition of Rights of Way Needed for
       Construction of Permanent 2006 Storm Damage Repairs on Mendocino Pass Road, CR 338,
       M.P. 2.74 (Covelo Area) – Transportation

(27)   Adoption of Resolution Authorizing Advertisement for Bids, 2010 Asphalt Concrete Overlay on
       Comptche Ukiah/Orr Springs Road (CR223) Between M.P. 19.77 and M.P. 44.49 (Comptche
       Area) – Transportation

(28)   Approval of Notice of Completion, Department of Transportation Agreement No. 090116,
       Widening of Haul Road Bridge at North State Street, CR 104, M.P. 0.74 (Ukiah Area) –
       Transportation

SUPERVISORS
(29)  Approval of Letter of Support of SB 419, Which Increases Funding for County Veterans
      Service Offices and for Operation Welcome Home, Which Connects New Returning Veterans
      with California State Resources – Supervisor Smith
           WATER AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR – JULY 13, 2010                                         PAGE 8 OF 8

The Consent Calendar (Agenda) is considered routine and non-controversial. The Board will adopt the Consent
Calendar at one time without discussion. The Consent Calendar is adopted as the first order of business upon the
start of the Open Session portion of the meeting. Any Board member may request that any item be removed from the
Consent Calendar for individual consideration. Please consult with the Clerk of the Board for additional
information.

The following item is recommended for approval:

(1)     Authorization of the Budget Transfer of $50,000 from Mendocino County Fish and Game
        Commission (Commission) Carryover Account to Commission’s Expense Account, and
        Subsequent Transfer to the Ukiah Rod and Gun Club Pursuant to October 28, 2003 Board of
        Supervisors Directive
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(1)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                         06/15/10
FROM:               Juvenile Hall                                                       MEETING DATE:                                 07/13/10

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    A. R. “Buck”                  PHONE: 4436                     Present             On Call
                                                Ganter                        PHONE: 4434
                                                Debbie Danley

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Agreement with Pacific Redwood Medical Group to Provide Health and Medical
                            Services to Youth Incarcerated in Juvenile Hall.


   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: Agreement approved.

   SUMMARY           OF   REQUEST:Pacific Redwood Medical Group provides on-site medical care by a
   Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician, 26 days per month. Each in-custody youth is
   provided basic primary health care and screening exams. When a problem is identified, beyond the
   scope of Pacific Redwood Medical Group, they assume responsibility for obtaining the appropriate
   consultation or referral to a private physician or specialist.




   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: N/A
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 General Fund                                   -0-                               $33,696 +       Yes          No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                       4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve agreement.
   ALTERNATIVES: Do not approve and seek another medical provider.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                 PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                           4a(2)
                                                                                                               BOARD AGENDA #_____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 16, 2010
FROM:               Sheriff’s Office                                                    MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Captain                       PHONE: 6536                     Present             On Call
                                                Smallcomb

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

     AGENDA TITLE:: Approve “Memorandum of Understanding for Security Services” between the Superior
     Court of California, County of Mendocino and the County of Mendocino for the Mendocino County
     Sheriff’s Office Provide Bailiff Services and Court Security to the Mendocino County Courthouse; Court
     Will Reimburse County For All Costs.

   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: In February 1993, “Agreement For Bailiff
   Services” (CAO Agreement #93-008) was Signed Between the County and the Courts for the Courts
   to Reimburse the Sheriff’s Office for the Cost of Providing Deputies to Perform Bailiff Services,
   and in 2004 the BOS signed “Memorandum of Understanding for Security Services” (BOS
   Agreement #04-020). The County has Signed an Agreement with Universal Protection Services
   (BOS Agreement #09-186) in the amount of $322,672 (2 years) which is totally reimbursed by the
   Superior Court of California, County of Mendocino.

   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) details the scope of work – staffing and
   service that the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office shall provide the Court regarding courtroom security and
   traditional bailiff duties of which Sheriff’s Deputies are assigned to perform. The MOU also states that the Court
   will reimburse the County the cost of Universal Protection Services and the cost of providing Sheriff’s Deputies
   to perform bailiff duties.
   Universal Protection Services provides security at the Superior Court of California, County of
   Mendocino under the direction of the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
                                                                                                   Yes          No
   SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                    2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve the “Memorandum of Understanding For Security Services”
   with the Superior Court of California, County of Mendocino, and Authorize the Chair to sign same.

    ALTERNATIVES: The alternative is to reject this memorandum of understanding and notify the Sheriff’s Office
as to the problem area(s).
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached

BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
             MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                            4a(3)
                                                                                                               BOARD AGENDA #____
             ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY

-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.     If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                              DATE:                   06/22/2010
FROM:               Sheriff’s Office/Office of Emergency Services MEETING DATE: 07/13/2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                   Norm Thurston                 PHONE: 463-4409               Present             On Call
                                               Sgt. Barney                        463-5667

Consent Agenda               Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                   Time Allocated for Item: 2 min

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of vehicle purchase (2010 Ford Expedition 4X4) and emergency vehicle
                           equipment for Office of Emergency Services, appropriate $9,000 from current OES
                           Budget and $40,000 from EOC Trust Account, and add vehicle to County
                           Approved list of Fixed Assets.


   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD Committee ACTIONS: The Board approves requests for budget transfers
    periodically throughout the year. The Approved List of Fixed Assets is adopted by the Board with the
    final budget and is modified throughout the year to reflect additions and deletions.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--
    SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Coordinator of Office of Emergency Services is tasked to respond,
    County Wide, to various natural, technological, or man made emergencies or disasters. In addition all
    Search and Rescue functions within the county have been placed under the Office of Emergency
    Services. Both functions require timely response to conduct/coordinate assessments, response, and
    recovery efforts. Due to the diverse terrain, road conditions, and at times extreme weather patterns a
    four-wheel drive vehicle, equipped for such response, is required to meet this need.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                   FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                  Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                            Budgeted in Current F/Y
 OES Budget                      $9000.00                            $0.00                       Yes          No
 Acct. #2110-760782              $40,0000.00                         $0.00                       EOC Trust Account. Not
                                                                                                 Budgeted out.
   SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                   2      3      4     5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority  4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approval of vehicle purchase (2010 Ford Expedition 4X4) and
   emergency vehicle equipment for Office of Emergency Services, appropriate $9,000 from current
   OES Budget and $40,000 from EOC Trust Account, and add vehicle to County Approved list of
   Fixed Assets.
   ALTERNATIVES: Do not approve the purchase of the emergency vehicle.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                              PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                           Disagree             No Opinion              Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                 Revised-01/09
VEHICLE BUILD FOR SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT QUOTE # 06-10 ( Rough Estimate )
FOR ( 1 ) 2010 FORD EXPEDITION
Qty                                                Description                                                   Vendor           Cost          Total
                                                                                                                                   ea.


1     2010 Ford Expedition SSV without Setina push bumper or winch (tax included)                              Hansel Ford      $30,776.25   $30,776.25


1           Motorola XTL5000 VHF 100 watt Mobile, and Miscellaneous installation parts. ( tax included )     Fisher Wireless    $9,426.67     $9,426.67

        Labor Charge on Installation of Radio and Misc. Equipment for 2010 Ford Expedition ( Not including
1                                                    taxes )                                                 Fisher Wireless    $1,913.00     $1,913.00

      Front Winch Bumper for 2010 Ford Expedition with OEM Wing Light Holes for PIAA 510 Lights (tax
1     included)                                                                                              Ruenel Bumpers     $1,783.79     $1,783.79


1     Warn 9000 lb XD winch (tax included)                                                                   Mike's Unlimited   $1,179.94     $1,179.94


 1    Set PIAA 510 lights (tax included)                                                                     Mike's Unlimited    $304.45       $304.45

                                                                                                             Santa Cruz Gun
1     Dual Gun Lock for AR15/Rem 870 Combo (tax included)                                                         Lock           $350.00       $350.00


                                                                                                                                                $0.00


                                                                                                                                                $0.00


                                                                                                                                                $0.00




                                                                                                                                    TOTAL    $45,734.10
VEHICLE BUILD FOR SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT QUOTE # 06-10 ( Rough Estimate )
FOR ( 1 ) 2010 FORD EXPEDITION
Qty                                                Description                                                    Vendor           Cost          Total
                                                                                                                                    ea.


1     2010 Ford Expedition SSV without Setina push bumper or winch (tax included)                              Hansel Ford       $30,776.25   $30,776.25


1           Motorola XTL5000 VHF 100 watt Mobile, and Miscellaneous installation parts. ( tax included )     Fisher Wireless     $9,426.67     $9,426.67

      Labor Charge on Installation of Radio and Misc. Equipment for 2010 Ford Expedition ( Not including taxes
1                                                        )                                                     Fisher Wireless   $1,913.00     $1,913.00

      Front Winch Bumper for 2010 Ford Expedition with OEM Wing Light Holes for PIAA 510 Lights (tax
1     included)                                                                                              Ruenel Bumpers      $1,783.79     $1,783.79


1     Warn 9000 lb XD winch (tax included)                                                                   Mike's Unlimited    $1,179.94     $1,179.94


1     Set PIAA 510 lights (tax included)                                                                     Mike's Unlimited     $304.45      $304.45

                                                                                                             Santa Cruz Gun
1     Dual Gun Lock for AR15/Rem 870 Combo (tax included)                                                         Lock            $350.00      $350.00


                                                                                                                                                $0.00


                                                                                                                                                $0.00


                                                                                                                                                $0.00




                                                                                                                                     TOTAL    $45,734.10
                                                                                            Quotation
                                                                                                Quote Number:
                                        Manufacturing, Inc.                                                  530
                                 PO Box 1010     5812 Maxwell Road
                               Maxwell, CA 95955      Fax: (530)438-2554                              Quote Date:
                                Phone (530) 438-2500 (800) 338-2077                                 Mar 25, 2010

                                                                                                            Page:
  Quoted to:                                                                                                      1
             MENDOCINO SHERIFF DEPARTMENT
             951 LOWGAP ROAD
             UKIAH, CA 95482


                707 463 5667

      Customer ID               Good Thru              Payment Terms                    Sales Rep
     MENDOCINO                 4/24/10              TO BE DETERMINDED



Quantity                        Item               Description             Unit Price           Extension
      1.00FWB                          FRONT WINCH BUMPER 2010 FORD            1,402.50                1,402.50
                                       EXPIDTION/BUILD FOR WARN XD9000I
                                       OR 9.5TI WINCH/PAINT TO MATCH
      1.00GG/HLG                       GRILL & HEADLIGHT GUARD ASSEMBLY          595.00                  595.00
      1.00WING                         OEM Wing Light Holes FOR PIAA 530         200.00                  200.00
                                       LIGHST
      1.00MISC                         MISC INSTALLATION AVAIBABLE
                                       MAXWELL LOCATION USING CUSTOMER
                                       WINCH FREE (AS PER DIANNE)




                                                                               Subtotal               2,197.50

                                                                              Sales Tax                 181.29

                                                                                Freight
                                                                                  Total               2,378.79
From:             mike panzo <mikesunlimitedukiah >
Date:             4/5/2010 2:43 PM
Subject:          2010 ford expedition bumper


front bumper reunel 1650.00 light boxs 150.00 warn 9000lb xd 1085.00 smitty 10,000lb 595.00 piaa lights
510 279.95 fab front push bars 250.00 install 350.00. Thanks Shannon
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(4)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                      July 1, 2010
FROM:               Susan M. Ranochak, Assessor-Clerk Recorder                          MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Susan Ranochak                PHONE: 4376                     Present             On Call
                                                                              PHONE:

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Authorization to conduct Municipal Elections and Consolidate the Special District
                            Elections to be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2010.


   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: None.

   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize the County Clerk to conduct the election for: the City of Ukiah;
   City of Fort Bragg; City of Willits and the City of Point Arena. Approve consolidation of the
   Mendocino Coast Healthcare District; Coast Life Support District; and Southern Humboldt Healthcare
   District. The Special District elections have been called for the same day as the Statewide General
   Election; state law requires they be consolidated with said election. Approve and consolidate the
   elections with the November 2, 2010 Statewide General Election.




   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
                                                                                                   Yes          No
   SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                    2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Authorize the County Clerk to conduct the Municipal Elections
   and approve consolidation of the elections with the Statewide General Election to be held on
   November 2, 2010
   ALTERNATIVES:
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                 PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                              BOARD AGENDA #____
                                                                                                                                4a(5)
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 29, 2010
FROM:               Susan M. Ranochak, Assessor-Clerk Recorder                          MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Sue Ranochak                  PHONE: 4371                     Present             On Call
                                                                              PHONE:

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Certification of the June 8, 2010 STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY ELECTION.


   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: None.

   SUMMARY   OF REQUEST: Attached for approval is the Certificate of County Clerk to Result of the
   Canvass and the Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparison for the JUNE 8, 2010 STATEWIDE
   DIRECT PRIMARY ELECTION.




   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE): x
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
                                                                                                   Yes          No
   SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                    2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Recommend that the election certification be approved and
   entered into the board minutes.


   ALTERNATIVES:
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                 PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
                                                                                                Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                               STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                                                 DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR




                                                                                  PINEDA, JR
           EDMUND G




                                                             SCHURMAN




                                                                                  CHARLES




                                                                                                          AGUIRRE
                                                                                                          RICHARD
                                SYMMON




                                                                                                                                               DARLING
                                                                                                                            GREENE
                                                                                                          WILLIAM




                                                                                                                                               LOWELL
           BROWN




                                                                                                                            VIBERT
                                                     PETER
                                JOE
Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand               Machine   Hand         Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     16         16        0          0         1                  1         0            0          0       0         0        0         0         0
999411     23         23        0          0         2                  2         2            2          0       0         0        0         1         1
999528     16         16        2          2         0                  0         1            1          0       0         1        1         1         1

                                                                                                              DEMOCRATIC LT. GOVERNOR
                                KOREVAAR
           NEWSOM




                                                     JANICE
                                                     HAHAN
           GAVIN




                                ERIC




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand               Machine   Hand         Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     13         13        0          0         2                  2
999411     14         14        7          7         5                  5
999528     11         11        6          6         4                  4

                                                                                                         DEMOCRATIC SECRETARY OF STATE
           BOWEN
           DEBRA




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand               Machine   Hand         Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     13         13
999411     26         26
999528     19         19

                                                                                                                 DEMOCRATIC CONTROLLER
           CHIANG
           JOHN




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand               Machine   Hand         Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     13         13
999411     26         26
999528     16         16
                                                                                   Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                  STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                                                 DEMOCRATIC TREASURER

           LOCKYER
           BILL




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand                  Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     13         13
999411     27         27
999528     16         16

                                                                                            DEMOCRATIC ATTORNEY GENERAL




                                                                                                    DELGADILLO




                                                                                                                                              KAMALA D.
                                ALBERTO
                                TORRICO




                                                     SCHMIER




                                                                                                                                              HARRIS
                                                                                            ROCKY
           PEDRO




                                                                         TED W.




                                                                                                                            KELLY
                                                                                                                            CHRIS
           NAVA




                                                     MIKE




                                                                         LIEU
Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand                  Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     2          2         1          1         0         0         0        0         1                     1         5       5         4           4
999411     2          2         3          3         0         0         7        7         2                     2         5       5         6           6
999528     3          3         4          4         1         1         5        5         0                     0         1       1         6           6

                                                                                      DEMOCRATIC INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
                                HECTOR

                                TORRE
           JONES




                                DE LA
           DAVE




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand                  Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     8          8         5          5
999411     18         18        6          6
999528     10         10        8          8

                                                                         DEMOCRATIC MEMBER STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
                                                     MONTGOM
                                TED FORD
           BETTY T,




                                                     G. ALAN

                                                     ERY
           YEE




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand                  Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     9          9         3          3         1         1
999411     17         17        7          7         1         1
999528     8          8         5          5         6         6
                                                                                           Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                          STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                                DEMOCRATIC UNITED STATES SENATOR




                                                            ROBERT M.
                                       QUINTANA
           BARBARA
           BOXER




                                       BRIAN




                                                            KAUS
Precinct   Hand              Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     13                13        3          3         0           0
999411     24                24        2          2         1           1
999528     16                16        3          3         2           2

                                                                            DEMOCRATIC U.S. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 1ST DISTRICT
                  THOMPSON
           MIKE




Precinct   Hand              Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     16                16
999411     28                28
999528     20                20

                                                                                            DEMOCRATIC STATE SENATOR, 2ND DISTRICT
                                       SANDERS
           NOREEN




                                       JOANNE




                                                                                  ROSAS
           EVANS




                                                            LYNCH




                                                                                  DAVID
                                                            TOM




Precinct   Hand              Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     8                 8         0          0         7           7         0        0
999411     16                16        3          3         4           4         2        2
999528     3                 3         7          7         4           4         4        4

                                                                                          DEMOCRATIC MEMBER, ASSEMBLY, 1ST DISTRICT
           CHESBRO
           WESLEY




Precinct   Hand              Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     16                16
999411     26                26
999528     17                17
                                                                                               Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                              STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                                                            REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR




                                                                                                                                      CHAMBERS
           LAWRENCE




                                                                                                                                                                              R. HUGHES
                                         ROBERT C.
                                         NEWMANN
           NARITELLI




                                                                                                                                                                              DOUGLAS
                                                                                    WHITMAN




                                                                                                         POIZNER




                                                                                                                                                           MILLER
                                                              TULLY-




                                                                                                         STEVE
                                                              SMITH
                                                              DAVID




                                                                                    MEG




                                                                                                                                      BILL




                                                                                                                                                           KEN
                                         II
Precinct   Hand                Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand      Machine    Hand               Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0                   0         0          0         0           0         12        12         1                  1         0          0         0        0         0           0
999411     1                   1         0          0         0           0         16        16         3                  3         0          0         1        1         0           0
999528     1                   1         0          0         0           0         8         8          0                  0         0          0         1        1         0           0

                                                                                                                 REPUBLICAN LT. GOVERNOR




                                                                                                                MALDONADO
                                                              YVONNE R.
                                         AANESTAD
           SCOTT L.




                                                              GIRARD




                                                                                                                                      HARRIS
           LEVITT




                                                                                    DAVIS




                                                                                                                                      DAVE
                                                                                    BERT




                                                                                                         ABEL
                                         SAM




Precinct   Hand                Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand      Machine    Hand               Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     2                   2         1          1         0           0         3         3          4                  4         1          1
999411     0                   0         8          8         1           1         1         1          8                  8         2          2
999528     0                   0         0          0         0           0         0         0          6                  6         4          4

                                                                                                        REPUBLICAN SECRETARY OF STATE
                                         DAMON
                                         DUNN
           TAITZ
           ORLY




Precinct   Hand                Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand      Machine    Hand               Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     2                   2         10         10
999411     6                   6         12         12
999528     0                   0         9          9

                                                                                                                      REPUBLICAN CONTROLLER
                  STRICKLAND




                                         EVANS
                                         DAVID
           TONY




Precinct   Hand                Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand      Machine    Hand               Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     5                   5         7          7
999411     10                  10        7          7
999528     6                   6         4          4
                                                                                           Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                          STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                                           REPUBLICAN TREASURER

           WALTERS
           MIMI




Precinct   Hand                 Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     8                    8
999411     14                   14
999528     9                    9

                                                                                                    REPUBLICAN ATTORNEY GENERAL

                                                               EASTMAN
                                          HARMAN
           COOLEY
           STEVE




                                                               JOHN
                                          TOM




Precinct   Hand                 Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     7                    7         1          1         3         3
999411     8                    8         6          6         1         1
999528     6                    6         2          2         2         2

                                                                                              REPUBLICAN INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
                   FITZGERALD




                                          VILLINES
           BRIAN




                                          MIKE




Precinct   Hand                 Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     8                    8         3          3
999411     8                    8         9          9
999528     3                    3         7          7

                                                                                   REPUBLICAN MEMBER, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
                                          WILLIAMS
           KEVIN R.
           SCOTT




                                          RAE




Precinct   Hand                 Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     7                    7         3          3
999411     8                    8         5          5
999528     4                    4         5          5
                                                                                  Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                 STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                           REPUBLICAN UNITED STATE SENATOR




                                                                                             KALEMKAR
                                                                      CAMPBELL
                               RAMIREZ




                                                   DEVORE
           FIORINA




                                                   CHUCK
           CARLY




                                                                      TOM




                                                                                             TIM

                                                                                             IAN
                               AL
Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand       Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     4         4         0         0         1        1         8          8          0       0
999411     11        11        6         6         3        3         7          7          0       0
999528     6         6         2         2         0        0         2          2          0       0

                                                                REPUBLICAN U.S. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 1ST DISTRICT
           FRANCK
           RANDY




                               HANKS
                               LOREN




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand       Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     7         7         5         5
999411     7         7         9         9
999528     6         6         4         4

                                                                                  REPUBLICAN STATE SENATOR, 2ND DISTRICT
           LAWRENCE

           WIESNER
           R.




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand       Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     9         9
999411     14        14
999528     10        10

                                                                       REPUBLICAN MEMBER OF THE ASSEMBLY, 1ST DISTRICT
           BROOKS
           KAREN




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand      Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand       Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     9         9
999411     17        17
999528     10        10
                                                                                Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                               STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                          AMERICAN INDEPENDENT GOVERNOR

           NIGHTINGA




                                 ROBINSON
                                 MARKHAM
           CHELENE

           LE


Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0         0           0
999411     0           0         0           0
999528     2           2         0           0

                                                                                    AMERICAN INDEPENDENT LT. GOVERNOR
           JIM KING




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     0           0
999528     1           1

                                                                               AMERICAN INDEPENDENT SECRETARY OF STATE
           MERTON D.
           SHORT




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     0           0
999528     2           2

                                                                                     AMERICAN INDEPENDENT CONTROLLER
           LAWRENCE




                                 NATHAN E.
                                 JOHNSON
           G. BELIZ




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0         0           0
999411     0           0         0           0
999528     2           2         0           0
                                                                                Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                               STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                         AMERICAN INDEPENDENT TREASURER
           ROBERT
           LAUTEN



Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     0           0
999528     2           2

                                                                               AMERICAN INDEPENDENT ATTORNEY GENERAL
           TEMPLIN
           BEALL
           DIANE




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     0           0
999528     1           1

                                                                          AMERICAN INDEPENDENT INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
           PEDERSEN
           CLAY




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     0           0
999528     2           2

                                                                           AMERICAN INDEPENDENT UNITED STATES SENATOR
           C. NOONAN




                                                       GRUNDMA
                                 AL SALEHI
           EDWARD




                                                       DON J.

                                                       NN




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0         0           0         0      0
999411     0           0         0           0         0      0
999528     0           0         0           0         1      1
                                                                                           Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                          STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                                            GREEN PARTY GOVERNOR




                                S. DEACON
                                            ALEXANDER
           WELLS
           LAURA




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand                    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0          0         0                       0
999411     1          1         0                       0
999528     0          0         0                       0

                                                                                                        GREEN PARTY LT. GOVERNOR
           CASTILLO
           JAMES




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand                    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0          0
999411     1          1
999528     0          0

                                                                                                    GREEN PARTY SECRETARY OF STATE
           MENASCHE
           ANN




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand                    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0          0
999411     1          1
999528     0          0

                                                                                                            GREEN PARTY CONTROLLER
           FRANKEL
           ROSS D.




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand                    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0          0
999411     1          1
999528     0          0
                                                                         Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                        STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                         GREEN PARTY TREASURER

           CRITTEND
           CHARLES

           EN


Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0         0
999411     1         1
999528     0         0

                                                                                  GREEN PARTY ATTORNEY GENERAL
           PETER
           ALLEN




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0         0
999411     1         1
999528

                                                                          GREEN PARTY INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
           BALDERST
           WILLIAM

           ON




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0         0
999411     1         1
999528     0         0

                                                                            GREEN PARTY UNITED STATES SENATOR
           ROBERTS
           DUANE




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0         0
999411     1         1
999528     0         0
                                                                           Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                          STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                            GREEN PARTY U. S. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 1ST DISTRICT

           WOLMAN
           CAROL




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     1           1
999528     0           0

                                                                                            LIBERTARIAN GOVERNOR
           DALE F.
           OGDEN




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     1           1
999528     0           0

                                                                                        LIBERTARIAN LT. GOVERNOR
           PAMELA J.
           BROWN




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     1           1
999528     0           0

                                                                                    LIBERTARIAN SECRETARY OF STATE
           CHRISTING
           TOBIN




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     1           1
999528     0           0
                                                                                        Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                       STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                                        LIBERTARIAN CONTROLLER
           ANDREW
           FAVOR



Precinct   Hand                     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0                        0
999411     1                        1
999528     0                        0

                                                                                                        LIBERTARIAN TREASURER
           TEYSSIER
           EDWARD
           M.




Precinct   Hand                     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0                        0
999411     1                        1
999528     0                        0

                                                                                                 LIBERTARIAN ATTORNEY GENERAL
           TIMOTHY J.
           HANNAN




Precinct   Hand                     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0                        0
999411     1                        1
999528     0                        0

                                                                                          LIBERTARIAN INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
                        BRONSTEIN
           RICHARD
           S.




Precinct   Hand                     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0                        0
999411     1                        1
999528     0                        0
                                                                                                        Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                                       STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                                LIBERTARIAN MEMBER STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

           WATSON
           KENNITA




Precinct   Hand                  Machine   Hand                  Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0                     0
999411     1                     1
999528     0                     0

                                                                                                             LIBERTARIAN UNITED STATE SENATOR
                     LIGHTFOOT
           GAIL K.




Precinct   Hand                  Machine   Hand                  Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0                     0
999411     1                     1
999528     0                     0

                                                                                          LIBERTARIAN U.S. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 1ST DISTRICT
                     RODRIGUES
           MIKE




Precinct   Hand                  Machine   Hand                  Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0                     0
999411     1                     1
999528     0                     0

                                                                                                                  PEACE & FREEDOM GOVERNOR
                                                                           MOHAMMID
                                                     ALEXANDER
                                           STEWART
           ALVAREZ
           CARLOS




                                                                           ARIF
                                           A.




Precinct   Hand                  Machine   Hand                  Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0                     0         0                     0         0          0
999411     0                     0         0                     0         0          0
999528     0                     0         0                     0         0          0
                                                                          Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                         STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                   PEACE & FREEDOM LT. GOVERNOR

           WEBER
           C. T.




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0          0
999411     0          0
999528     0          0

                                                                            PEACE & FREEDOM SECRETARY OF STATE
           MARYLOU
           CABRAL




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0          0
999411     0          0
999528     0          0

                                                                                   PEACE & FREEDOM CONTROLLER
           MARTINEZ
           KAREN




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0          0
999411     0          0
999528     0          0

                                                                                    PEACE & FREEDOM TREASURER
           DEBRA L.
           REIGER




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0          0
999411     0          0
999528     0          0
                                                                           Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                          STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                              PEACE & FREEDOM ATTORNEY GENERAL
           ROBERT J.
           EVANS



Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     0           0
999528     0           0

                                                                          PEACE & FREEDOM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
           JOSEPHINE
           PADILLA
           DINA




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     0           0
999528     0           0

                                                               PEACE & FREEDOM MEMBER, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
           SHERILL
           BORG




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     0           0
999528     0           0

                                                                          PEACE & FREEDOM UNITED STATES SENATOR
           FEINLAND
           MARSHA




Precinct   Hand        Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     0           0
999411     0           0
999528     0           0
                                                                                            Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                           STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                          JUDGE OF MENDOCINO COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT

           MOORMAN




                                CALLAHAN
                                CAREN
           ANN




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand              Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand                   Machine   Hand         Machine   Hand      Machine

999410     24         24        12          12
999411     25         25        24          24
999528     31         31        10          10

                                                                                          STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION




                                                                                                                                                                                                                   DELIGIANNI
                                                            TORLAKSON




                                                                                                                                                                                             GUTIERREZ
                                                                                                     WILLIAMS,
                                DANIEL M.
                                NUSBAUM




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          LEONARD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ALEXIA L.
                                                                                                                                                               ROMERO
                                                                                                                       LENNING
                                                                                                                       DIANE A.




                                                                                                                                                                                  LYDIA A.
                                                                                                                                            ACEVES
                                                                                   SHEIKH-
                                                                                   FAARAX




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          MARTIN
                                                                                                                                                               GLORIA
                                                                                                     HENRY
           KAREN




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          JAMES
                                                                                                                                            LARRY
           BLAKE




                                                                                   DAHIR

                                                                                   NOOR
                                                      TOM




                                                                                                     JR
Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand              Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand                   Machine   Hand         Machine   Hand      Machine

999410     4          4         3           3         5                 5          0       0         0       0         0          0         4        4         5        5         3                      3         2            2         0         0
999411     3          3         4           4         7                 7          1       1         2       2         2          2         8        8         8        8         4                      4         0            0         2         2
999528     3          3         4           4         5                 5          0       0         0       0         0          0         3        3         4        4         6                      6         0            0         3         3


                                                                                  STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION continued
           MCMICKEN
           GRANT




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand              Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand                   Machine   Hand         Machine   Hand      Machine

999410     10         10
999411     4          4
999528     4          4

                                                                                       MENDOCINO COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
           TICHININ
           PAUL A.




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand        Machine   Hand              Machine    Hand    Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand                   Machine   Hand         Machine   Hand      Machine

999410     31         31
999411     45         45
999528     27         27
                                                                                       Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                      STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                      MENDOCINO COUNTY SUPERVISOR, 5TH DISTRICT




                                                     JIM MASTIN




                                                                            HAMBURG
           WENDY A.
           ROBERTS




                                NORAN L.
                                de VALL




                                                                            DAN
Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand         Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     --         --        --         --        --           --        --         --
999411     --         --        --         --        --           --        --         --
999528     13         13        5          5         9            9         11         11

                                                                                 MENDOCINO COUNTY ASSESSOR-CLERK RECORDER
           RANOCHAK
           SUSAN M.




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand         Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     33         33
999411     45         45
999528     36         36

                                                                                       MENDOCINO COUNTY AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
           MEREDITH
           J. FORD




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand         Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     31         31
999411     44         44
999528     36         36

                                                                                          MENDOCINO COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY
                                MEREDITH
           FINNEGAN




                                                     C. DAVID
                                LINTOTT




                                                     EYSTER
           MATT




Precinct   Hand       Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand         Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     11         11        17         17        7            7
999411     16         16        30         30        5            5
999528     10         10        13         13        13           13
                                                                                       Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                                      STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

           ALLMAN
           TOM
                                                                                           MENDOCINO COUNTY SHERIFF-CORONER




Precinct   Hand                   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     29                     29
999411     49                     49
999528     36                     36

                                                                                     MENDOCINO COUNTY TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR
                      SCHAPMIRE
           SHARI L.




Precinct   Hand                   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     27                     27
999411     35                     35
999528     36                     36

                                                                                                             PROPOSITION 13
           YES




                                            NO




Precinct   Hand                   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     32                     32        8      8
999411     44                     44        7      7
999528     37                     37        4      4

                                                                                                             PROPOSITION 14
           YES




                                            NO




Precinct   Hand                   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand     Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     27                     27        14     14
999411     34                     34        17     17
999528     32                     32        10     10
                                                                      Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                     STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                                           PROPOSITION 15
           YES




Precinct   Hand   Machine   NO
                            Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     24     24        16     16
999411     21     21        29     29
999528     18     18        21     21

                                                                                           PROPOSITION 16
           YES




                            NO




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     21     21        27     27
999411     20     20        32     32
999528     11     11        29     29

                                                                                           PROPOSITION 17
           YES




                            NO




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999410     21     21        21     21
999411     21     21        30     30
999528     15     15        26     26




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine
                                                                             Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                            STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                                            MENDOCINO COUNTY SUPERVISOR, 3RD DISTRICT




                                                MADRIGAL
           PINCHES




                                                HOLLY
                               ORTH
                               TONY
           JOHN




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

300008     239       239       16     16        90         90




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine




Precinct   Hand      Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand       Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine
                                                                       Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                      STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010
           YES
                                                              MEASURE A – ANDERSON VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT




                            NO
Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

500005     244    244       166    166




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine    Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine
                                                                      Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                     STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010
           YES
                                                                     MEASURE B – WILLITS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT




                            NO
Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine

999322     26     26        23     23




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand    Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine
                                                                      Machine Count and Hand Tally Comparisons
                                                                     STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY JUNE 8, 2010

                                                        MEASURE L – SOUTHERN HUMBOLDT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine




           No ballots were cast for this race in the Election Night Results




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine




Precinct   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine   Hand   Machine
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(6)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 28, 2010
FROM:               County Executive Office                                             MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:             Carmel Angelo      PHONE: 463-4441    Present        On Call
Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda     Noticed Public Hearing   Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Amendment to Board of Supervisors Agreement No. 09-017A to
                            Extend to June 30, 2011, the Professional Services Agreement Between the County
                            of Mendocino and Alcalde and Fay for Washington DC Legislative Advocacy
                            Services
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: On January 8, 2008, the Board approved a
   professional services agreement with Alcalde and Fay (Board of Supervisors No. 08-003). The
   agreement term was one-year (expiring January 31, 2009) with an option for an extension at the sole
   discretion of the Board of Supervisors. On February 24, 2009, the Board approved 09-017A, an
   extension to existing agreement 08-003, setting the new expiration term at December 31, 2009
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Alcalde and Fay has been the County’s Washington DC legislative advocate
   since June 2005. In 2006, the Executive Office conducted a Request for Proposal (RFP) process for
   Washington DC legislative advocacy services. Alcalde and Fay was evaluated as the top proposer. In
   recent years, Alcalde and Fay has assisted the County in achieving $2.025 million in federal
   appropriation earmarks. The purpose of this agenda item is to authorize execution of an agreement
   extension with Alcalde and Fay that will take us from June 30, 2010 through June 30, 2011. The annual
   fee for said services will remain $72,000, however the additional miscellaneous expenses (allowable
   per the original agreement, and averages $2,000 annually) will be incorporated in the annual budget
   figure for clarity. The annual fee rate and scope of work will remain the same. Please find attached the
   proposed agreement amendment.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: N/A
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                              Budgeted in Current F/Y
 BU 1020            $72,000                                              Yes                                Yes                 No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5         All      VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve amendment to Board of Supervisors Agreement No.
   09-017A, to extend expiration date to June 30, 2011, for Professional Services Agreement between the
   County of Mendocino and Alcalde and Fay, for Washington DC legislative advocacy services;
   Authorizing Chair to sign same
   ALTERNATIVES: Do not extend agreement
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): Carmel Angelo                                                                                        PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached


BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(7)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                               DATE:                                    June 25, 2010
FROM:               The Executive Office                                               MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                   Kyle Knopp                    PHONE: 464-4441                 Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                   Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Letter of Support for Funding in Presidents Budget for FY 2012, and
                            the Long-Term Reauthorization of the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self
                            Determination Act (SRSCA).
        SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Failure to extend the SRSCA in 2012 will have devastating impacts on
rural forested communities. The losses in these communities will, directly and indirectly, cost thousands
of jobs and millions of dollars in tax losses to local and state governments. SRSCA provides an important
source of funding for rural forested counties, like Mendocino County. Funding can include vital fire
protection programs, reimbursement for emergency services performed on federal land, develop
community wildfire protection plans, and other special projects on or near federals lands.




   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 N/A                                                                                                       Yes                 No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                     4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve the letter of support calling for the long-term
   reauthorization of the SRSCA and for funding to be appropriated in the Presidents Budget in FY
   2012.
   ALTERNATIVES: The Board could take no action.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                            Disagree             No Opinion             Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
  CARMEL J. ANGELO                                                                             CONTACT INFORMATION
 Chief Executive Officer                                                                   501 Low Gap Road • Room 1090
   Clerk of the Board                                                                          Ukiah, California 95482
                                                                                             TELEPHONE: (707) 463-4221
   TAMMI WESELSKY                                                                               FAX: (707) 463-7237
     Senior Deputy                        COUNTY OF MENDOCINO                               Email: bos@co.mendocino.ca.us
   Clerk of the Board                                                                      Web: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/bos
                                              BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

    July 13, 2010



    President Barack Obama
    The White House
    1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Washington, D.C. 20500

             Re:        County Support for Long-Term Reauthorization of Federal USDA Support through
                        the “Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act”

    Dear Mr. President:

    I am writing on behalf of the Board of Supervisors of Mendocino County to respectfully request that you
    include a long-term reauthorization of the Secure Rural Schools and Communities Self-Determination Act
    (SRSCA), and funding for this legislation, in your Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 budget request to Congress.

    The SRSCA is not an entitlement program, but rather a demonstration of the commitment that this nation
    made to rural forest counties when they determined that large blocks (193 million acres in total) of our
    forest lands should be set aside for the benefit of the entire nation. Indeed this “contract” between the
    federal government and rural America is part of the very foundation of our national forest system. President
    Theodore Roosevelt understood the value of conserving our forest lands and placing them in public trust.
    He likewise understood the economic burden this placed on rural counties to provide essential
    infrastructure like roads and public schools with their tax revenues reduced by the presence of federal lands
    in these counties.

    To mitigate these economic effects, President Roosevelt and Forest Service Chief Gifford Pinchot
    supported a revenue sharing concept that made forest counties a contracted business partner with the
    federal government. In 1908, Congress approved a revenue sharing plan specifying 25 percent of all
    revenues from National Forests would be returned to forested counties. This law worked well for nearly a
    century. However, by the late 1980’s national policies and court rulings substantially diminished revenue
    generating activity in our national forests. By 1998, revenues for national forest counties had declined by
    over 70 percent. The decline had a devastating impact on 780 counties nationwide and over nine million
    school children.

    Recognizing its obligation to rural America, Congress passed the Secure Rural Schools and Communities
    Self-Determination Act of 2000, and President Bill Clinton signed the bill. It provided six years of funding.
    In 2007, Congress extended the SRSCA for one year. In 2008, Congress once again provided a four year
    extension of the SRSCA from 2008-2011.




                                              THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
CARRE BROWN                JOHN MCCOWEN            JOHN PINCHES         KENDALL SMITH               J. DAVID COLFAX
 First District             Second District        Third District        Fourth District               Fifth District
Page 2 of 2                                                                              July 8, 2010

Timber harvests have not rebounded, so both the logic and the need for this program remain as strong today
as when President Roosevelt first supported revenue sharing. The vast majority of the funds provided
through the SRSCA are used to directly fund jobs in road maintenance and public works and positions
within the public school system. These are essential services for the citizens of these rural communities and
constitute family-wage earner jobs.

Failure to extend the SRSCA in 2012 would have a devastating impact on the economies of over 780 of our
most rural and most economically depressed counties and school districts across the nation. In these
counties, unemployment is higher than in other regions of the country with rates approaching those
experienced in the Great Depression.

Failure to extend the SRSCA would lead to an annual payment loss of 468 million dollars starting in 2012-
13. The economic impacts will be ongoing without an extension. This includes support for construction,
roads, education, conservation, and various other government funded services and projects. The loss of the
funding leads to various businesses throughout the United States, mainly in rural America, losing on an
annual basis almost $1.37 billion in revenues, government at all levels losing over $188 million in tax
receipts and over 11,000 people losing their jobs in 2012-13.

In addition, Title II of the SRSCA has proven to be a substantial asset to rural communities and our
forested public lands. Since 2000, in a very collaborative process, over $350 million has been invested in
watershed restoration and forest health projects by Resource Advisory Committees (RACs). Not one
project has been appealed or litigated. In fact, based on changes in the 2008 Act, the number of RACs has
grown from 55 to 116.

We are grateful that you appreciate the importance of the Secure Rural Schools and Communities Self-
Determination Act. In May 2008, you stated in an interview with the Eugene Register-Guard, “I completely
agree that it’s [SRSCA] an obligation we have to meet. I think that we’re not meeting it well right now
because we’re doing it piecemeal year after year by year. . . .” Those words send a strong message about
the need to support this ongoing commitment to rural America.

The Board of Supervisors looks forward to seeing draft legislation to continue and strengthen this historic
partnership with rural America.

Sincerely,



Carre Brown, Chair
Mendocino County Board of Supervisors

CC:    Congressman Mike Thompson (CA01)
       Senator Dianne Feinstein
       Senator Barbara Boxer
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(8)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 25, 2010
FROM:               The Executive Office                                                MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Kyle Knopp                    PHONE: 464-4441                 Present             On Call


Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Letter of Support for Mendocino County Youth Project and its
                            Request for Three Years of Core Funding to Serve Runaway, Homeless, and Other
                            Youth in Crisis.
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: Your Board last considered and approved a
   similar letter on April 25, 2006.
____________________________________________________________________________________________
         SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Mendocino County Youth Project is requesting a letter of support
for its application for three years of core funding from the Administration on Children and Families
Runaway and Homeless Youth Program Basic Center program. MCYP has received this funding for 25
years to enable it to provide a continuum of services for runaway and homeless youth ages 13-18 and
other youth in crisis throughout Mendocino County. This includes 24/7 in-person and telephone crisis
intervention, emergency housing, family mediation, advocacy, support groups, and short-term
counseling. Workers are located in Ukiah, Willits, and Fort Bragg and work closely with MCYP’s school-
based youth workers. Without this funding, MCYP will no longer be able to operate a youth crisis
program for those who fall between the cracks.



   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 N/A                                                                                               Yes          No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve the letter of support for the Mendocino County Youth
   Project and its request for three years of core funding to serve runaway, homeless, and other youth in
   crisis.
   ALTERNATIVES: The Board could take no action; this is not recommended as this letter’s timeline is
   sensitive.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                 PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached


BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
  CARMEL J. ANGELO                                                                        CONTACT INFORMATION
Chief Executive Officer                                                               501 Low Gap Road • Room 1090
  Clerk of the Board                                                                      Ukiah, California 95482
                                                                                         TELEPHONE: (707) 463-4221
   TAMMI WESELSKY                                                                           FAX: (707) 463-7237
    Senior Deputy                       COUNTY OF MENDOCINO                        Email: bos@co.mendocino.ca.us
   Clerk of the Board                                                             Web: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/bos
                                             BOARD OF SUPERVISORS


    July 13, 2010



    FYSB Operations Center
    c/o Master Key Consulting
    Attn: Basic Center Program Funding
    4915 St. Elmo Avenue, Suite 101
    Bethesda, MD 20814

           Re:      Letter of Support for the Mendocino County Youth Project and Their Application
                    for Continued Funding from the Family and Youth Services Bureau

    To Whom It May Concern:

    I am writing on behalf of the Board of Supervisors for the County of Mendocino to convey the
    importance of the Mendocino County Youth Project (MCYP) and the important services this
    organization provides to runaway youth, and other youth in crisis.

    The Mendocino County Youth Project's mission is to support the development of healthy youth. They
    offer opportunities for children, adolescents, adults, and their families to acquire the guidance and
    skills they need to enhance self-esteem and establish healthy relationships so they may contribute to
    and strengthen our diverse community. The Mendocino County Youth Project was established in 1974
    by a collaborative effort of the Probation Department and the County Office of Education (MCOE) as
    a special program to provide counseling, social work, and advocacy services to school age at-risk
    children, youth and their families. It is in this spirit of collaboration that the County of Mendocino
    wishes to support such an important program for local youth.

    The County of Mendocino strongly endorses the application for funding that the Mendocino County
    Youth Project is requesting of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Administration for
    Children and Families.

    Sincerely,



    Carre Brown, Chair
    Mendocino County Board of Supervisors

    cc:      Congressman Mike Thompson

                                             THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
CARRE BROWN               JOHN MCCOWEN           JOHN PINCHES       KENDALL SMITH             J. DAVID COLFAX
 First District            Second District       Third District     Fourth District              Fifth District
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(9)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 11, 2010
FROM:               General Services Agency                                             MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Kristin McMenomey                 PHONE: 4291                 Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Communications Vault Leases with the State of California
                            Department of Fish and Game and the State of California Department of Parks
                            and Recreation for Occupancy of Vault Space and Shared Use of the VHF
                            Combining System at the Point Arena Edge Wireless Microwave Site (APN 027-
                            306-13)
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: The Board has previously approved various
   communications lease agreements for the County’s public safety microwave communications system.

   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Previously the County held a lease with a private property owner at the
   Point Arena Cove to house its communications tower and vault, which was scheduled to expire in
   February 2010. In anticipation of the of the lease expiration, the County entered into a lease
   agreement with Edge Wireless (AT&T) for a portion of property on Ten Mile Road in Point Arena for
   the construction of a microwave equipment vault and addition of communications equipment on
   AT&T’s tower at the site. The County held several subleases with various State agencies at the Point
   Arena Cove site for the use of the County’s tower and vault space. The State has approached the
   County with an interest in relocating communications equipment for two State agencies to the
   County’s vault at the AT& T site. As the space required by the State agencies is very minimal, the
   County’s revenue from this lease will be $1,500.00 annually.

   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: None
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 Revenue            N/A                                               N/A                          Yes          No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approval of Communications Vault Leases with the State of
   California Department of Fish and Game and the State of California Department of Parks and
   Recreation for occupancy of vault space and shared use of the VHF combining system at the Point
   Arena Edge Wireless Microwave Site (APN 027-306-13)
   ALTERNATIVES: Approve the communications vault leases with modifications.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                 PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached

BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                            4a(10)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 29, 2010
FROM:               Kristin McMenomey, GSA Director                                     MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Kristin McMenomey                 PHONE: 4291                 Present             On Call


Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of General Services Agency, Risk Management Division Annual
                            Destruction of General Liability Case Files as Listed in Attached Report and
                            Pursuant to Government Code Section 26202 and County Counsel Opinion.


   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS:                  Periodically the Board of Supervisors has
   approved requests to destroy old public records for various departments.

   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The General Services Agency, Risk Management Division is requesting the
   Board of Supervisors review the attached report that lists the case files to be destroyed pursuant to
   Government Code section 26202 and an opinion from County Counsel. Government Code section
   26202 states in part: “ The board may authorize the destruction or disposition of any record, paper, or
   document which is more than two years old and which was prepared or received in any manner other
   than pursuant to a state statute or county charter.” County Counsel’s opinion states that the General
   Liability Records Retention Schedule is five years past the closed date of the case which is longer than
   the time line in Government Code Section 26202. The attached report lists the cases that are eligible for
   destruction.

   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: n/a
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 N/A                N/A                                               N/A                          Yes          No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: The Board of Supervisors hereby approves the General Services
   Agency, Risk Management Division annual destruction of General Liability case files as listed in
   attached report and pursuant to Government Code section 26202 and County Counsel Opinion.


   ALTERNATIVES: Do not approve the request and instruct staff to maintain duplicate records.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________           PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached


BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
          General Services Agency, Risk Management Division
           Annual Destruction of General Liability Case Files
                    for Destruction after July 1, 2010

Claim #   Last name                            First name       Closed Date
20086     Montes, Jennifer                     Closed            09/01/2004
21017     Henry, Catherine                     Closed            09/01/2004
21057     Potter Valley Compost                Closed             10/21/2004
21061     Moores, William & Tona               Closed            02/28/2005
21064     Anderson, Bruce                      Closed            06/30/2005
21076     Tuiaka, Lupe & Sifa                  Closed            08/25/2004
21086     Thurman, Misty                       Closed            09/01/2004
22015     Wilds, Jade                          Closed             05/11/2005
22022     Hatch, Bruce                         Closed            06/30/2005
22026     Hall, Sharlene                       Closed            09/01/2004
22031     Coble, Isis                          Closed            09/01/2004
22040     Norton, Daniel                       Closed            09/01/2004
22044     Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company        Closed            09/01/2004
22049     Hicks, Deborah                       Closed             11/09/2004
22053     Thomsen, Neil                        Closed            07/19/2004
22055     Honzik, Kathleen                     Closed             01/21/2005
22060     Harris, James                        Closed            06/13/2005
22072     Bower, Theresa                       Closed             10/21/2004
23006     Cannon, Deanne                       Closed             10/21/2004
23008     Wainscott, Elise                     Closed            06/13/2005
23016     Beverly Sanders Realty               Closed            12/30/2004
23024     State Farm Insurance                 Closed            08/25/2004
23033     Information Services                 Closed            09/01/2004
23036     Unknown, Unknown                     Closed            09/01/2004
23036.1   Mental Health                        Closed            09/01/2004
23036.2   Mental Health                        Closed            09/01/2004
23037     Ulvila, Marie                        Closed            09/27/2004
23038     Hartnett, Susan                      Closed            09/01/2004
23040     Jenkins, Glenn                       Closed            09/27/2004
23041     Evans, Bruce                         Closed            09/28/2004
23042     Allman, Thomas                       Closed            09/08/2004
23044     Page, Brian                          Closed             01/21/2005
23045     Seeman, Randy                        Closed             10/21/2004
23046     Daniels, Richard                     Closed            09/28/2004
23047     California Farm Bureau Federation,   Closed            09/28/2004
23048   Engle, Judith               Closed    11/09/2004
23049   Burke, Janice               Closed    10/31/2004
23050   Juvinall, Robert            Closed    10/21/2004
23051   Hernandez, Lucero           Closed   04/20/2005
23052   Simpson, Gerald             Closed    01/12/2005
23054   State Comp Insurance Fund   Closed   09/01/2004
23055   Stillwell, Dorothy          Closed    05/11/2005
23056   Simpson, Gerald             Closed    01/12/2005
23057   Pearce, Kim                 Closed   09/01/2004
23058   Kreloff-Rensz, Sofora       Closed    01/12/2005
23059   Soinila, Carol              Closed    01/12/2005
23060   Allison, Barbara            Closed    01/10/2005
23061   Mercury Insurance           Closed   07/19/2004
23065   Social Services             Closed   09/01/2004
23066   Solid Waste                 Closed   09/01/2004
23067   Jones, Bill                 Closed   10/22/2004
23069   Milani, Cambria             Closed   09/01/2004
23071   Soto, Nikea                 Closed   07/19/2004
23072   Evans, Cheryle Lynn         Closed   06/30/2005
23073   Blank, Matthew              Closed    03/15/2005
23074   Hoagland, Daniel            Closed   12/30/2004
23076   Seeman, Randy               Closed   04/20/2005
24000   Palacio, Elena              Closed   03/15/2005
24002   Berry, Janice               Closed   06/28/2005
24003   Freedman, Ralph             Closed   03/15/2005
24004   U.S. Cellular,              Closed   06/30/2005
24005   Bass, Bonnie                Closed   06/28/2005
24007   Moore, Robert               Closed   09/28/2004
24007   Spears, Kevin               Closed    01/21/2005
24007   Edwards, Daniel             Closed    01/21/2005
24008   Ruffridge, Hal              Closed   09/28/2004
24009   Burnett, Jamie              Closed   09/28/2004
24010   Codarzi, Alex               Closed    01/21/2005
24011   Langton, Eric               Closed   06/28/2005
24013   Johnson, Paul               Closed   12/29/2004
24014   Mower, Donald               Closed    11/04/2004
24015   Mower, Donald               Closed   04/01/2005
24018   Schoefer, Lowanna           Closed   06/30/2005
24019   Noe, James                  Closed   02/16/2005
24020   Benevich, Cynthia           Closed   06/28/2005
24021   Foster, Betty               Closed   06/28/2005
24026    Kaijankoski, John              Closed    01/21/2005
24027    Thatcher, Steve                Closed    01/21/2005
24028    Brown, Chris                   Closed    01/21/2005
24029    Briley, Wayne                  Closed    01/21/2005
24030    Swanson, Richard               Closed    01/21/2005
24031    Weselsky, Tammi                Closed    01/21/2005
24031    Mental Health                  Closed   06/28/2005
24038    Burkhart, Ryan                 Closed   04/01/2005
24039    Beals, Myra                    Closed   04/14/2005
24042    Zielinski, Marvin              Closed   06/22/2005
24043    Wells, James                   Closed   04/01/2005
24047    Riley, Dolly                   Closed   04/15/2005
24049    Assessor                       Closed   05/09/2005
96057    Dunlap, Dorothy                Closed   09/01/2004
97088    Narvaez, Art                   Closed   09/01/2004
97095    Tosca, Marc                    Closed    01/12/2005
97097    Mendocino County Deputy        Closed    10/21/2004
99070    Gould, Barbara & Geofrey       Closed    01/13/2005
23003E   Sheriff                        Closed   09/03/2004
23003K   Keiser, Craig                  Closed   12/27/2004
23003L   Sheriff,                       Closed   09/08/2004
23007A   Department of Transportation   Closed   09/07/2004
23065A   Harris, Michael                Closed   09/07/2004
24006A   Public Health CCS,             Closed   10/22/2004
24006B   Public Health                  Closed   06/28/2005
24007A   Nalini, Gupta                  Closed    01/21/2005
24007B   Stefani, Greg                  Closed    01/21/2005
24007C   Hubert, James                  Closed    01/21/2005
24007E   Wristen, Sean                  Closed    01/21/2005
24007G   Bushnell, John                 Closed   04/01/2005
24007H   Sheriff                        Closed   06/23/2005
24007I   Sheriff                        Closed   06/23/2005
24010A   Godarzi, Alex                  Closed   03/29/2005
24026A   Hopkins, Timothy               Closed    01/21/2005
24026B   Hoelbl, Steven                 Closed    01/21/2005
24026C   Boyer, Chuck                   Closed    01/21/2005
24031A   Marshall, Glade                Closed    01/21/2005
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                              BOARD AGENDA #____
                                                                                                                                4a(11)
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 28, 2010
FROM:               Human Resources                                                     MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Teresia Haase                 PHONE: 463.4261                 Present             On Call
                                                                              PHONE:

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Adoption of Resolution Amending Position Allocation Table as Follows: Budget
                            Unit 2070: Add District Attorney Investigator (.5 FTE).
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: On September 22, 2009, the Board adopted the
   2009-10 Fiscal Year Master Position Allocation Table for FY 2009- 10 Budget, Resolution #09-217.
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Human Resources Department is charged, as part of the overall
   maintenance of the classification and compensation plan, to evaluate current classifications, create new
   classifications (including appropriate salary levels), reclassify positions, examine requests for salary grade
   adjustments, analyze allocations, and make recommendations for additions, modifications and corrections.

                                  The District Attorney’s office has established a Consumer Fraud unit
   consisting of DA80 – California Department of Insurance (CDI) Auto Insurance Fraud, DA81 – CDI
   Worker’s Comp Insurance Fraud and DA82 – MCM Settlement Funding for Consumer Fraud Protection.
   All funding for the Consumer Fraud Unit comes from non-general fund dollars. DA is requesting the
   addition of a half-time (.5FTE) DA Investigator to be supported through non-general fund CDI grants and
   MCM Settlement Monies. This DA Investigator position is key to the investigation and prosecution of
   elder abuse and consumer fraud cases. Not adding this position will result in the District Attorney’s office
   lacking adequate staff to investigate and effectively prosecute fraud cases. This will result in loss of grant
   funding for fraud prosecution and compromises consumer protection within Mendocino County.

   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 MCM Settlement     $41,745 (includes                                 $41,745 (includes       Yes          No
 Grant              benefits)                                         benefits)
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1    2   3                          4      5    All      VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                           4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION:             It is Recommended that the Board Adopt the Resolution
   Amending Position Allocation Table as Follows: Budget Unit 2070: Add District Attorney
   Investigator (.5 FTE) and Authorize Chair to Sign Same.
   ALTERNATIVES: Do not approve recommendations and direct staff to study other options.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________        PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
                                  RESOLUTION NO. 10-

RESOLUTION OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AMENDING
THE POSITION ALLOCATION TABLE PROVIDING FOR THE NUMBER AND
COMPENSATION OF OFFICERS, DEPUTIES AND EMPLOYEES IN THE VARIOUS
OFFICES OF THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO

        WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors has adopted Resolution No. 09-217 which sets
forth the classification, salaries, and number of personnel in the various County departments;
and
        WHEREAS, it is the wish and desire of the Board of Supervisors to amend this
resolution to meet the needs of County service; and

       WHEREAS, the various affected departments or agencies have agreed to incorporate
the positions within their existing fiscal year budgets.


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors
hereby authorizes the Position Allocation Table of said resolution to be amended as follows:


           CLASSIFICATION                          BARGAINING
ACTION         TITLE                GRADE             UNIT              BIWEEKLY SALARY

  ADD
.5 FTE District Attorney
       Investigator                 A01D               DSA              $1070.40 - $1301.60


The effective date of this Resolution shall be July 11, 2010 to coincide with the beginning of Pay
Period 15-10.

        The foregoing Resolution introduced by Supervisor          , seconded by Supervisor
      , and carried this     day of      , 2010, by the following vote:

       AYES:
       NOES:
       ABSENT:

       WHEREUPON, the Chair declared said Resolution adopted and SO ORDERED.


                                                  _________________________________
ATTEST:        CARMEL J. ANGELO                   CARRE BROWN, Chair
               Clerk of the Board                 Mendocino County Board of Supervisors

                                                  I hereby certify that according to the
______________________________                    provisions of Government Code Section
            Deputy                                25103, delivery of this document has
                                                  been made.
APPROVED AS TO FORM:               BY:   CARMEL J. ANGELO
JEANINE B. NADEL, County Counsel         Clerk of the Board


______________________________     _________________________________
                                         Deputy
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                            4a(12)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 28, 2010
FROM:               Human Resources                                                     MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Teresia Haase                 PHONE: 463.4261                 Present             On Call
                                                                              PHONE:

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Adoption of Resolution Amending Position Allocation Table as follows: Move
                 Economic Development Coordinator (1 FTE) Position Number 1748 and Senior
                 Administrative Analyst (1 FTE) Position Number 3612 from Budget Unit 1810
                 to Budget Unit 1020.
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: On September 22, 2009, the Board adopted the
   2009-10 Fiscal Year Master Position Allocation Table for FY 2009- 10 Budget, Resolution #09-217.
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Human Resources Department is charged, as part of the overall
   maintenance of the classification and compensation plan, to evaluate current classifications, create new
   classifications (including appropriate salary levels), reclassify positions, examine requests for salary grade
   adjustments, analyze allocations, and make recommendations for additions, modifications and corrections.




   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 No Change NCC                                                                                     Yes          No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION:           It is Recommended that the Board Adopt the Resolution
   Amending the Position Allocation Table as Follows: Move Economic Development Coordinator (1 FTE)
   Position Number 1748 and Senior Administrative Analyst (1 FTE) Position Number 3612 from Budget Unit 1810
   to Budget Unit 1020 and Authorize Chair to Sign Same.
   ALTERNATIVES: Do not approve recommendations and direct staff to study other options.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________        PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
                                        RESOLUTION NO. 10-

      RESOLUTION OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AMENDING
      THE POSITION ALLOCATION TABLE PROVIDING FOR THE NUMBER AND
      COMPENSATION OF OFFICERS, DEPUTIES AND EMPLOYEES IN THE VARIOUS
      OFFICES OF THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO

              WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors has adopted Resolution No. 09-217 which sets
      forth the classification, salaries, and number of personnel in the various County departments;
      and
              WHEREAS, it is the wish and desire of the Board of Supervisors to amend this
      resolution to meet the needs of County service; and

             WHEREAS, the various affected departments or agencies have agreed to incorporate
      the positions within their existing fiscal year budgets.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors
      hereby authorizes the Position Allocation Table of said resolution to be amended as follows:

               CLASSIFICATION                            BARGAINING
      ACTION        TITLE                 GRADE             UNIT              BIWEEKLY SALARY
      Move from Budget Unit 1810

       To Budget Unit 1020
PN1748 1 FTE Economic Development
              Coordinator          U42H                  Unrepresented        $2950.40 - $3585.60
PN3612 1 FTE Senior Administrative
              Analyst              U39E                  Unrepresented        $2536.80 - $3084.00


      The effective date of this Resolution shall be July 11, 2010 to coincide with the beginning of Pay
      Period 15-10.

              The foregoing Resolution introduced by Supervisor          , seconded by Supervisor
            , and carried this     day of      , 2010, by the following vote:

             AYES:
             NOES:
             ABSENT:

             WHEREUPON, the Chair declared said Resolution adopted and SO ORDERED.


                                                        _________________________________
      ATTEST:        CARMEL J. ANGELO                   CARRE BROWN, Chair
                     Clerk of the Board                 Mendocino County Board of Supervisors

                                                        I hereby certify that according to the
      ______________________________                    provisions of Government Code Section
                  Deputy                                25103, delivery of this document has
                                   been made.

APPROVED AS TO FORM:               BY:   CARMEL J. ANGELO
JEANINE B. NADEL, County Counsel         Clerk of the Board


______________________________     _________________________________
                                         Deputy
             MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                    4a(13)
                                                                                                       BOARD AGENDA #____
             ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Electronic Agenda Transmission Checklist:   Agenda Summary      Records      If applicable, list other online information below
TO:                Board of Supervisors                                      DATE:                                     June 28, 2010
FROM:              Human Resources                                           MEETING DATE:                              July 13, 2010

DEPT RESOURCE/CONTACT:             Teresia Haase, HR Director          PHONE: 463-4261                  Present           On Call X
                                   Sue A. Goodrick, HR Mgr

Consent Agenda X Regular Agenda                     Noticed Public Hearing                Time Allocated for Item:
   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Agreement with ING/Relia Star, in the Amount of Approximately
                          $170,000, for the Period July 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010, to Provide Stop
                          Loss/Risk Management Services, Specific Excess Coverage and Associated
                          Administration for the Mendocino County Retirement Health Plan
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS:                                 The Board of Supervisors has previously
   approved stop loss agreements.
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Each year the Health Plan Consultant, Bordan Darm of Mercer reviews for
the best rates, factors, terms and conditions in the renewal of stop loss coverage for the County’s
Retirement Health Plan. This coverage protects the Retirement Health Plan and the County from
catastrophic losses by individuals. The coverage provides for individual coverage on medical and
prescription claims in excess of $125,000 to $2,000,000. The coverage also provides for aggregate stop
loss at 150% of expected claims with a maximum annual reimbursement of $1,000,000 for medical and
prescription claims. This program also provides for early intervention of high dollar claims by providing:
Pharmaceutical Utility Analysis, Pre-certification Encounter Analysis, ICD-9 based paid and pending
analysis and CCHI Nurse interface with the Plan’s Case Management firm.

The proposed agreement is for a six month period. Mercer is presently in the process of marketing stop
loss and aggregate stop loss coverage for both the Active and Retiree Health Plans with an effective date
of January 1, 2011. It is anticipated that the County will realize economies of scale by marketing the two
plans together.

  SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE:
  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE): X
                                                 FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                     Budgeted in Current F/Y
 Retiree Health     $170,000                                  $ To Be Determined                 Yes                 No
 Benefits Trust
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1  2                  3    4    5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                       4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approval of Agreement with ING/Relia Star, in the amount
   of approximately $170,000 for the period July 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010, to provide Stop
   Loss/Risk Management Services, Specific Excess Coverage and Associated Administration for the
   Mendocino County Retirement Health Plan; and authorize the Chair to sign same.


  ALTERNATIVES: Do not approve the agreement and return to Human Resource/Benefits Division for
  further consideration.
 CEO REVIEW (NAME):                                                            PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree        Disagree      No Opinion       Alternate   Staff Report Attached


BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                          Revised-01/09
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                            4a(14)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    May 11, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Community Health Services                                     MEETING DATE:                            June 15, 2010
                                                                                                                                    July 13
DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call
Resource Name: Charlie Selzter                  Jeanine Nadel                 PHONE: 463-4446                 Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item: 15 min.
                               Adoption of
   AGENDA TITLE: Introduction and Waive Reading Adding Chapter 9.40 to the Mendocino County
   Code Entitled “Disease Prevention Demonstration Project”. – Health & Human Services Agency
   (HHSA) – Community Health Services (CHS)
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: None
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This Ordinance will establish the Disease Prevention Demonstration Project
   in accordance with California Senate Bill 1159, allowing participating pharmacies in unincorporated
   areas of Mendocino County to sell or furnish ten (10) or fewer hypodermic needles or syringes at any
   one time to persons eighteen (18) years of age or older without a prescription.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 n/a                n/a                                               n/a                          Yes          No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority  4/5ths

                                                              Adopt
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Introduce and waive reading of ordinance adding Chapter 9.40
   to the Mendocino Code entitled “Disease Prevention Demonstration Project” and authorize the Board
   Chair to sign same upon adoption. Send adopted copies to County Counsel and HHSA, Attn. Charles
   Seltzer, Community Health Services, Program Administrator
   ALTERNATIVES: Return item to staff for alternative handling
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): Jennifer Wyatt                                                                                       PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                   Revised-4-7-10
                                  SUMMARY

                 ORDINANCE ADDING CHAPTER 9.40 TO
                   THE MENDOCINO COUNTY CODE
      ENTITLED “DISEASE PREVENTION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT”



This ordinance adds Chapter 9.40 to the Mendocino County Code to create the
Disease Prevention Demonstration Project in accordance with Senate Bill 1159,
codified in Business and Professions Code Section 4145. It allows participating
pharmacies in unincorporated areas of Mendocino County to sell or furnish ten (10) or
fewer hypodermic needles or syringes at any one time to persons eighteen (18) years
of age or older without a prescription.
                      ORDINANCE NO. ___________

ORDINANCE ADDING CHAPTER 9.40 TO THE MENDOCINO COUNTY CODE
   ENTITLED "DISEASE PREVENTION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT"

  The Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino ordains as follows:

  Chapter 9.40 of the Mendocino County Code is added to read as follows:

                        "CHAPTER 9.40
          DISEASE PREVENTION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT

         Section 9.40.010       Statement of Intent.
         The Board of Supervisors, through adoption of this ordinance, intends to
         create the Disease Prevention Demonstration Project in accordance with
         Senate Bill 1159, codified in Business and Professions Code Section 4145.

         Section 9.40.020       Findings.

         The Board of Supervisors finds and declares the following:

         A.     The sharing of syringes is the leading source of AIDS in women
         and children and is also the leading cause of the transmission of the
         Hepatitis C virus.

         B.      Prior to adoption of Senate Bill 1159, California was one of five
         states in the nation requiring a prescription for the purchase of a syringe;
         contributing to the high rate of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.

         C.      Medical evidence has established that providing clean syringes to
         injection drug users prevents the transmission of HIV and other blood
         borne infections while not increasing drug abuse.

         D.     Sections 4145 and 4147 of the California Business and
         Professions Code and Section 11364 of the California Health and Safety
         Code have been amended, and Section 121285 et seq. of the Health and
         Safety Code has been added, to allow pharmacists participating in a local
         Disease Prevention Demonstration Project to sell or furnish ten (10) or
         fewer hypodermic needles or syringes at any one time to a person
         eighteen (18) years of age or older without a prescription during the
         period of January 1, 2005 and December 31, 2010. An extension of
         these provisions is in progress and the program is expected to be made
         permanent.

         E.      Under Section 11364 of the Health and Safety Code, as amended,
         no person within the physical boundaries of the unincorporated areas of
         the County of Mendocino who has in their possession ten (10) or fewer
         needles or syringes for personal use obtained from an authorized source
         in compliance with Section 11364(c) shall be subject to Section 11364(a)
         of the Health and Safety Code.



                                      -1-
Section 9.40.030      Local Disease Prevention Demonstration
                      Project.

The Health and Human Services Agency, Community Health Services
("Agency") shall initiate a local Disease Prevention Project satisfying the
requirements for such a program as set forth in Section 121285 et seq. of
the Health and Safety Code. The Agency shall be responsible for the
following:

A.     Create and maintain a registry for pharmacies located within the
physical boundaries of the unincorporated areas of the County of
Mendocino desiring to participate in the Local Disease Prevention
Demonstration Project, said registry to include:

   1. A contact name and related information for each pharmacy.

   2. Certification in the form of an attestation by an individual
      authorized to sign on behalf of the pharmacy that at the time of
      furnishing or sale of hypodermic needles or syringes, the
      pharmacy will provide customers with written or oral information
      on all the following:
      (a) How to access drug treatment;
      (b) How to access testing and treatment for HIV and hepatitis C;
          and
      (c) How to safely dispose of sharps waste.

B.      Maintain a list of all pharmacies that have registered with the
Agency's Disease Prevention Demonstration Project. Each such
registered pharmacy shall also register with the County of Mendocino
Safe Needle Disposal Program. Pharmacies registered with the Disease
Prevention Demonstration Project shall notify the Agency of any changes
to the registration information as soon as possible under the
circumstances, including notification to withdraw from the program.

C.      Registration information may be included in a resource directory
for use by consumers and providers.

D.      The Agency shall make available to participating pharmacies
written information that may be provided or reproduced to be provided in
writing or orally by the pharmacy at the time of furnishing or the sale of
nonprescription hypodermic needles or syringes including information on
how to access drug treatment; how to access testing and treatment for
HIV and Hepatitis C and how to dispose of sharps waste.

E.    The Agency shall pass policies and procedures as it deems
necessary to implement the Disease Prevention Demonstration Project.

F.    The Agency's obligations under these sections are subject to the
budgetary and fiscal provisions of the Charter.




                            -2-
             Section 9.40.040       Limitation of Liability.

             By adopting this Chapter, the County of Mendocino is assuming an
             undertaking only to promote the general welfare. It is not assuming, nor
             is it imposing on its officers and employees, an obligation for breach of
             which it is liable in money damages to any person who claims that such a
             breach proximately caused injury.

             Section 9.40.050       Enforcement and Penalties.

             Violation of this ordinance shall be deemed an infraction.

             Section 9.40.060       Effective Date.

             The Clerk of the Board will publish the Ordinance codified in this Chapter
             as required by law. The Ordinance codified in this Chapter shall take
             effect thirty (30) days after passage.

             Section 9.40.070       Severability.

             If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, or phrase of this Chapter is
             for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a decision of any
             court of competent jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity
             of the remaining portions of the Chapter."

       PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Supervisors of the County of
Mendocino, State of California, on this ________ day of _____________________,
2010, by the following roll call vote:

      AYES:
      NOES:
      ABSENT:

     WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared the Ordinance passed and adopted and
SO ORDERED.

                                                    _____________________________
                                                    CHAIR, Board of Supervisors

ATTEST:      CARMEL J. ANGELO
             Clerk of Said Board


By: ___________________________
       Deputy

APPROVED AS TO FORM:
JEANINE B. NADEL, County Counsel


By:____________________________


                                          -3-
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                              4a(15)
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 17, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Community Health Services                                     MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call
Branch Director Name:                           Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval for Community Health Services to Purchase two (2) PortaCounts
   (Respirator Fit Testers) for Disaster Preparedness, and related budget transfer, in the Amount of
   $27,982.75 - Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA)- Community Health Services (CHS)
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: none
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Community Health Services requests authorization to use disaster
   preparedness grant funds to purchase 2 (two) PortaCounts (Respirator Fit Testers) for use with county
   employees (primarily CHS employees) who respond to disasters that require the use of custom-fitted
   masks or respirators. Total cost of purchase is $27,982.75 for fit testing machines and all necessary
   supplies and warranties. Supplier is TSI, Shoreview, MN. If request is not approved, grant funds in
   this amount will be forfeited/returned to the California Department of Public Health, Emergency
   Preparedness Office. At the time that the 2010/11 budget for this grant was submitted this purchase
   was not anticipated. Funds were budgeted for staff costs. We have since learned that funds need to be
   expended by July 30, 2010, therefore a budget transfer will be required to provide budget authority for
   this purchase.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: N/A
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 Disaster           $27, 982.75                                       $1,700.00                             Yes                No
 Preparedness Grant
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1    2                       3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve and authorize the Board Chair to authorize
   Community Health Services to Purchase two (2) PortaCounts (Respirator Fit Testers) for Disaster
   Preparedness and related budget transfer, in the Amount of $27,982.75
   ALTERNATIVES: none requested
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): _________________________________                        PHONE: __4441______
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                  Revised-5-24-10
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(16)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 23, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Mental Health Branch                                          MEETING DATE:                             July 27, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call
HHSA Interim Assistant Director:                Susan Era                     PHONE: 463-7724                 Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:
   AGENDA TITLE: Approve Amendment to Agreement #10-046 with Creekside Convalescent
   Hospital to Increase Agreement by $51,100 for a Total Agreement Amount of $102,200 to Provide
   Mental Health Rehabilitation Services for Adults in Fiscal-Year 2010/2011. Health and Human
   Services Agency (HHSA) Mental Health Branch (MHB)
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: BOS #09-193, BOS #10-046
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Creekside Convalescent Hospital and Mental Health Rehabilitation
   Program, located in Santa Rosa, California, provides a mental health rehabilitation treatment program
   for adult clients who have chronic psychiatric impairments and whose adaptive functioning is
   moderately impaired. This facility will provide services at a lower per day cost and higher quality
   level of service than facilities currently in use. This amendment will add a second dedicated bed. The
   daily rate per bed is $140. The rate will be paid whether the beds are occupied or not. The contract
   limit is not to exceed $102,200 for this fiscal year. This contract will run from July 1, 2010 through June
   30, 2011.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 Realignment        $102,200                                          $102,200                     Yes          No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1  2                         3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority  4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign amendment to
   agreement #10-046 with Creekside Convalescent Hospital to increase agreement by $51,100 for a total
   agreement amount of $102,200 to provide mental health rehabilitation services for adults in fiscal-year
   2010/2011; and authorize the HHSA Director to sign any future amendments to the agreement that do
   not affect the annual maximum amount.
   ALTERNATIVES: Instruct staff to seek alternate placement facility.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME):                                                            PHONE:




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                 Revised-05-24-10
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                              4a(17)
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 14, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Adult & Older Adult System of Care                            MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call
Branch Director Name:                           Susan Era                     PHONE: 463-7902                 Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Amendment #2 to Agreement #09-241 with Ford Street Project, Inc. in
   the Amount of $1,354 to Add Housing Inspections for the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-
   Housing Program (HPRP) Program in Fiscal Year 2009-2010 - Health and Human Services Agency
   (HHSA) - Adult & Older Adult System of Care (AOASOC)
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: On December 1, 2009, BOS #09-241 ($25,000)
   with Ford Street Project, Inc. was approved for HPRP staffing. Agreement #09-241 was amended on
   April 20, 2010 to add $27,500 in additional staffing dollars for a total of $52,500.
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This Amendment assigns the additional duty of housing inspections as
   required in the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing (HPRP) grant. Inspections assure the
   client will be residing in safe and healthy surroundings free of lead and dangerous code violations.
   Originally, this service was to be contracted to another agency. Due to the lack of a vendor to provide
   this service HHSA has received approval by the HPRP funding agency to assign this duty to the
   existing case management Agreements. See page 2 for additional information.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
          Grant             Add $1,354                                                                      Yes                No
      09-HPRP-6145    Amended Agreement                                           $53,854
                          Total $53,854
   SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1   2    3   4                            5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign amendment #2
   to agreement #09-241 with Ford Street Project, Inc. in the amount of $1,354 to add housing
   inspections for the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP) Program in
   fiscal year 2009-2010; and authorize the Health and Human Services Agency Director to sign any
   future amendments to the agreement that do not affect the annual maximum amount.
   ALTERNATIVES: 09-HPRP-6145 requires inspections. No other alternative has been found.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME):                                                                                                      PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                   Revised-4-7-10
         MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                   BOARD AGENDA #____
         ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
AGENDA DATE:        July 13, 2010
AGENDA TITLE:
                    Approve Amendment #2 to Agreement #09-241 with Ford Street Project, Inc. in
                    the Amount of $1,354 to Add Housing Inspections for the Homelessness
                    Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP) Program in Fiscal Year
                    2009-2010 - Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) - Adult & Older Adult
                    System of Care (AOASOC)



 II.    BRIEF SUMMARY:

Additional Summary Information continued from page 1

The HPRP grant provides homelessness prevention assistance to households who would otherwise
become homeless – many due to the economic crisis – and provide assistance to rapidly re-house persons
who are homeless as defined by section 103 of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. Services
provided throughout the County include: outreach to a wide cross-section of the community, individual
case management, legal education and services to ameliorate unnecessary or unlawful evictions, and
financial assistance, to include short and medium-term rent payments, security and utility deposits,
utility payments, moving costs, credit repair and motel vouchers. This grant also enhances staffing and
employment opportunities at these non-profit agencies as well as staff funds for HHSA.




BOARD ACTION                                      Date of Meeting
  Approved __________________________               Referred to _________________________________
  Records Executed ___________________              Other ______________________________________
                                                                                                  Rev.4/7/10
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                              4a(18)
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 15, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Mental Health Branch                                          MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call
Branch Director Name:                           Same                          PHONE: Same                     Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:
   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Agreement Amendment with Fred Finch Youth Center to Increase
   Agreement Amount by $25,000 for a Total Annual Amount of $75,000 to Provide Dual Diagnosis
   Program for Developmentally Disabled and Emotionally Disturbed Adolescents of Mendocino
   County in Fiscal-Year 2009/2010. Health & Human Services Agency - Mental Health Branch
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: None, the original contract #MH-09-059, is being
   amended to an amount that the Board must approve.
   SUMMARY          OF    REQUEST: Fred Finch Youth Center provides intensive day treatment services and
   therapeutic behavioral services as necessary in its residential program, as well as a variety of other
   mental health treatment services that are not available from sources in Mendocino County. Children
   from Mendocino County in need of out-of-home placement at level 12 are placed at Fred Finch Youth
   Center and the Mental Health Branch pays a rate for services not to exceed the State Maximum
   Allowable (SMA) allowed by Medi-Cal. As it is difficult for staff to determine daily census (based on
   need and availability of bed space) the Mental Health Branch is requesting a contract limit increase of
   $25,000 raising the amount to not exceed $75,000 for the Fiscal Year 2009/2010.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 Medi-              $75,000                                           $75,000                               Yes                No
 Cal/Realignment
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign agreement
   amendment with Fred Finch Youth Center to increase agreement amount by $25,000 for a total annual
   amount of $75,000 to provide dual diagnosis program for developmentally disabled and emotionally
   disturbed adolescents of Mendocino County in fiscal-year 2009/2010; and authorize the Health and
   Human Services Agency Director to sign any future amendments to the agreement that do not affect
   the annual maximum.
   ALTERNATIVES: Instruct staff to seek alternate placement facility.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME):                                                                                                      PHONE: 463-4441




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                 Revised-10-21-09
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                            4a(19)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                     June 8, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Mental Health Branch                                          MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call
Branch Director Name:                           Same                          PHONE: Same                     Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:
   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Agreement with Mendocino County Youth Project in the Amount of
   $389,000 to Provide Specialty Mental Health Services to Medi-Cal Eligible Children in Fiscal-Year
   2010/2011. – Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) - Mental Health Branch (MHB)
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: BOS #07-191, BOS#07-035A, and BOS#08-077,
   BOS#09-170
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST Mendocino County Youth Project (MCYP) is a non-profit corporation which
   provides a variety of school and community based services to children and teens. In past years,
   MCYP has filled in some of the gaps in service that resulted from the cutbacks at Mental Health in the
   schools and outlying communities within the County. MCYP programs are consistent with the goal of
   Children System of Care (CSOC) to provide earlier intervention to children in emotional distress and
   at risk of out-of-home placement. In order to receive Medi-Cal funding, MCYP must be an
   organizational provider through the Health and Human Services Agency Mental Health Branch. The
   Branch submits billings on its behalf and is responsible to monitor issues of medical necessity and
   quality assurance. In return, the County is able to bill MCYP a 15% administrative fee. This contract
   will run from July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: http://www.mcyp.org/
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 MediCal/EPSDT      $389,000                                          $389,000                     Yes          No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1  2                         3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority  4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign agreement with
   Mendocino County Youth Project (MCYP) in the amount of $389,000 to provide specialty mental
   health services to Medi-Cal eligible children in Fiscal-Year 2010/2011; and authorize the Health and
   Human Services Agency Director to sign any future amendments to the contract that do not affect the
   annual maximum amount.
  ALTERNATIVES: Do not approve contract with provider and refer back to Branch to find another
  provider of these services out of County.
  CEO REVIEW (NAME):                                                                                                                     PHONE:




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                  Revised-5-24-10
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                               BOARD AGENDA #____
                                                                                                                                 4a(20)
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 10, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Mental Health Branch                                          MEETING DATE:                              July 13,2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call
Branch Director Name:                           Same                          PHONE: Same                     Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:
   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Agreement with North Valley Behavioral Health in the Amount of
   $625,920 to Provide Inpatient Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization in Fiscal-Year 2010/2011. Health and
   Human Services Agency (HHSA) - Mental Health Branch (MHB)
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: BOS #06-223, BOS #08-007A, BOS #09-108, BOS
   #09-108A, BOS #10-060A
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The HHSA Mental Health Branch currently contracts with several facilities
   to provide both voluntary and involuntary acute psychiatric hospitalization for Mendocino County
   residents. North Valley Behavioral Health (NVBH) operates two 16-bed units exclusively for rural
   Northern counties. This contract will provide payment to NVBH at the all-inclusive rate (including
   charges for medical histories and physicals) of seven hundred sixty eight ($768) per day at the Yuba
   City facility and Nine Hundred Fifty ($950) per day at the Fairfield facility on a fee for service basis.
   The County will be credited with fees received from County Medical Services Program (CMSP)
   recipients. This contract will run from July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: www.nvbh.com
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 Realignment/Medi- $625,920                                           $625,920                              Yes                No
 Cal
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1 2                          3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign agreement with
   North Valley Behavioral Health in the amount of $625,920 to provide inpatient acute psychiatric
   hospitalization services in fiscal-year 2010/2011; and authorize the Health and Human Service Agency
   Director to sign any future amendments to the agreement that do not affect the annual maximum
   amount.
  ALTERNATIVES: Do not approve contract and instruct staff to use alternate facilities.
  CEO REVIEW (NAME):                                                                    PHONE: 463-4441




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                  Revised-5-24-10
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                              4a(21)
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 10, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Children & Family System of Care    MEETING DATE:                                                       July 13, 2010
DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:         Stacey Cryer        PHONE: 472-2336 Present                                                  On Call
Branch Director Name:                Susan Era           PHONE: 7724     Present                                                  On Call
Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:
   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Agreement with Redwood Children’s Services, Inc. in the Amount of
   $757,049, to Provide Emergency Shelter Services in Fiscal Year 2010/2011. Health and Human Services
   Agency (HHSA) – Children & Family System of Care.
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: On January 24, 2006, February 13, 2007, December 4,
   2007, June 10, 2008, and August 11, 2009 the Board of Supervisors approved contracts #06-025, #07-030, #07-
   251, #08-067, and #09-156 with Redwood Children’s Services for an emergency shelter care facility for children
   with special needs.
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Redwood Children’s Services (RCS) was one of two responders to the original
   Request for Proposals (RFP) released by the Mendocino County Department of Social Services on January 11,
   2005. Both responders, True to Life Children’s Services and RCS were selected to provide emergency shelter
   care services. However, RCS was asked to rework its proposal to fill a gap in emergency shelter care services for
   Mendocino County children with extraordinary emotional and behavioral issues. RCS submitted a revised
   proposal for a specialized emergency shelter care facility and program for such children. Due to the need for
   continued specialized emergency shelter care services and the expiration of the original RFP, RFP #CFSOC-09-
   02 was issued. RCS was the only responder. This ongoing contract would allow RCS to continue providing these
   specialized emergency shelter care services.
  SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding           Current F/Y Cost        Annual Recurring Cost Budgeted in Current F/Y
 Federal            $ 387,279                                         $757,049                              Yes                No
 State              $176,068
 Realignment        $ 143,754
 Other              $ 49.948
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1   2                        3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign agreement with
   Redwood Children’s Services Inc. in the amount of $757,049 to provide emergency shelter services in
   fiscal year 2010/2011; and authorize the HHSA Director to sign any future amendments to the
   agreement that do not affect the annual maximum amount.
   ALTERNATIVES: Seek an alternate provider with a likely lengthy delay in the availability of emergency shelter
   care for children with emotional and behavioral issues; or do not provide emergency shelter care services to this
   population and revert to sending children with special emotional and behavioral issues to out-of-County group
   homes at a greater cost to the County.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): _________________________________                                  PHONE: 4441________
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached

BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                  Revised-5-24-10
           MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                             BOARD AGENDA #____
           ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY



AGENDA DATE:           July 13, 2010
AGENDA TITLE:
                       Approve Agreement With Redwood Children’s Services, Inc. in the Amount of
                       $757,049, to Provide Emergency Shelter Services in Fiscal Year 2010/2011. Health
                       and Human Services Agency (HHSA) – Children & Family System of Care.



 II.     BRIEF SUMMARY:

On January 11, 2005, Mendocino County HHSA Social Services, Family & Children’s Services Division, issued a
Request for Proposals. Two proposals were submitted both proposals were accepted. True-To-Life Children’s
Services (TLC) proposal providing emergency shelter care services for the majority of children from birth to 18
years of age who are placed in care by the HHSA Social Services, and Redwood Children’s Services, Inc. (RCS)
proposal for emergency shelter care services for children with emotional and behavioral issues that prohibited their
placement in existing emergency shelter foster homes in Mendocino County. Prior to the end of the original RFP,
RFP Number CFSOC-09-02 was issued, Redwood Children’s Services, Inc. was the only responder to the RFP.

Prior to the proposal placement of children with emotional and behavioral in high-cost, out-of-County, group homes
was one of the only options for these children. Out-of-County placements distanced children from family, friends,
community, and other supports. The lower-cost placement option within the County allows time to seek and
establish the best possible placement to meet each individual child’s needs at the lowest-level possible. Also,
children completing treatment in high-level group homes out of County may return to Mendocino County while
appropriate long-term placements, educational services or family reunification wrap-around services are established
allowing a healthier and smoother transition for children and families.

RCS provides services for children not included by the TLC emergency shelter care program. RCS operates a six-
bed facility in Willits where children may stay 24 hours a day, up to 30 days. In addition to basic care, specialized
care is provided including comprehensive assessment, therapeutic and independent study services on site,
accommodation for developmental delays, and management of emotional and behavioral problems. The center has
operated at or near capacity since it opened in February 2006.

Redwood Children’s Services continues to work cooperatively with both the HHSA Mental Health and CFSOC, and
Mendocino County Office of Education to provide a comprehensive emergency shelter care program. This contract
will allow HHSA Social Services to continue providing children with emotional and behavioral problems the option
of remaining in our county, at an appropriate level of care, minimizing costs.




BOARD ACTION                                              Date of Meeting
  Approved __________________________                       Referred to _________________________________
  Records Executed ___________________                      Other ______________________________________
                                                                                                                Rev.4/7/10
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                              4a(22)
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                      June 9, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Community Health Services                                     MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call
Branch Director Name:                           Same                          PHONE: Same                     Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Plan to Use American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA),
   Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Emergency Contingency Funds (ECF) to Provide
   Non-Recurrent Short-Term Benefits (NSTB to CalWORKs Recipients. Health and Human Services
   Agency (HHSA) – Community Health Services
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: None
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 made $5
   Billion dollars available to the State for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
   Emergency Contingency Fund (ECF). The TANF ECF provides 80% federal funding to pay for basic
   assistance, Non-Recurrent Short-Term Benefits (NRSB) and Subsidized Employment programs.
   Recently money to fund NRSB was released to counties for expenditure. Mendocino County
   CalWORKs Welfare-to-Work program is focusing on using the ECF funds for NRSB expenses in order
   to alleviate barriers to employment. NRSB usage of funds must meet the following requirements:
        • Designed to deal with a specific crisis situation or episode of need
        • Not intended to meet recurrent or ongoing needs
        • The benefits will not extend beyond four months “continued on page 2”
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ofa/recovery/tanf-faq.htm
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 CalWORKs Single    $12,000                                           $12,000                               Yes                No
 Allocation
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve and authorize the Board Chair to sign ARRA, TANF,
   ECF to provide NSTB to CalWORKs Recipients; and authorize the HHSA Director to sign any future
   amendments to the agreement that do not affect the annual amount.
   ALTERNATIVES: Return agreement for modification
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): _________________________________                                                                 PHONE: _________
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                  Revised-5-24-10
           MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                              BOARD AGENDA #____
           ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
AGENDA DATE:            July 13, 2010
AGENDA TITLE:           Approve Plan to Use American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA),
                        Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Emergency Contingency
                        Funds (ECF) to Provide Non-Recurrent Short-Term Benefits (NSTB to
                        CalWORKs Recipients. Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) –
                        Community Health Services

 II.     BRIEF SUMMARY:

It is necessary to get Board of Supervisor approval for a plan to spend these funds as soon as possible to benefit
recipients since this program sunsets September 30, 2010. We do not know if CalWORKs additional funds will be
granted in the coming fiscal year. HHSA will draw down 80% of the total costs for non-recurrent short-term
benefits from ECF funding. The remaining 20%, not covered by ECF funds, will be funded through vendor
contribution, and if not possible, with CalWORKs Single Allocation funds.
The target population will be eligible CalWORKs Welfare-to-Work recipients, including:
     • Families potentially eligible for CalWORKs who opt to participate through the Diversion program
     • Families receiving CalWORKs
     • Child only CalWORKs cases
     • Families receiving CalWORKs family reunification services under Assembly Bill(AB) 429
     • Needy families defined as a family with an income less than 200 percent of the official federal poverty level
Mendocino County, because of staffing shortages and the limited time available to use ECF funding before the
program sunsets, will only be utilizing these funds in the first four categories but not families below the 200 percent
poverty level. If funding is available next year we would like to include this population category.
 
Common examples of non‐recurrent emergency assistance can include:
     • Eviction prevention, back rent, security deposits, first month rent, short term rental assistance, emergency
         shelter, housing relocation, or other move-in costs
     • Family stabilization services such as purchase of furniture, bedding clothing or other good to keep a child in
         the home. (coordination with child protective services as needed)
     • Pre-reunification Services such as counseling, parenting classes– coordination with child protective
         services
     • Help with emergency food/ necessities
     • Back-to-school allowances
     • Summer cooling and winter heating help
     • Utilities vouchers for pass due bills and to avoid utility shutoff
     • Phone card minutes for job hunting
     • Car repairs, payment of fees and fines
     • Fees/fines which prevent a client from participating in CalWORKs activities or working (excluding back
         child support)
     • Residential treatment for Substance Abuse, Mental Health counseling and Domestic Violence counseling
     • Fees for educational programs
     • Any services addressing barriers to work or participating in the CalWORKs program as determined by the
         CalWORKs Employment Service Worker and approved by the CalWORKs supervisor




BOARD ACTION                                              Date of Meeting
  Approved __________________________                       Referred to _________________________________
  Records Executed ___________________                      Other ______________________________________
                                                                                                                 Rev.4/7/10
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                              4a(23)
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 23, 2010
FROM:               HHSA- Community Health Services                                     MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Stacey Cryer                  PHONE: 472-2336                 Present             On Call
Secondary Contact:                              Susan Era                     PHONE: 463-7724                 Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Approve Proposal to Purchase a Trailer (Fixed Asset) and related budget transfer,
   in the Amount of $6,276.41 for Transporting Disaster Response Equipment in the Event of a Health
   Disaster. Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA)- Community Health Services
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: none
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Community Health Services requests that grant funding from Public Health
   Emergency Preparedness grants be utilized to purchase a trailer (fixed asset) that will be used to
   transport disaster response equipment in the event of a disaster. The trailer would be owned by the
   County and available for activation in any health-related or general disaster. The trailer is a single-axel
   utility trailer that is large enough to haul disaster equipment such as cots, privacy screens, traffic
   management equipment (cones, signs) and other equipment essential to equipping a Mass Dispensing
   site and/or an Alternate Care Site. This trailer will enhance the capacity of Community Health
   Services to activate off-site service centers to meet the medical/health needs of county residents
   during a disaster. This trailer will be stored at the Dora Street headquarters of Community Health
   Services for deployment to all accessible areas of the county. This trailer is one of eight trailers that are
   strategically placed around the county for dispatch in disasters. At the time that the 2010/11 budget
   for this grant was submitted this purchase was not anticipated. Funds were budgeted for staff costs.
   We have since learned that funds need to be expended by July 30, 2010, therefore a budget transfer
   will be required to provide budget authority for this purchase.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: N/A
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 Public Health      $6,276.41                                         $0                                    Yes                No
 Emergency
 Preparedness grant
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1   2                        3      4    VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority
                                                                     5      All                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve this request for the Board Chair to authorize purchase
   of a trailer (fixed asset) and related budget transfer, in the amount of $6,276.41 for transporting
   disaster response equipment in the event of a health disaster.
   ALTERNATIVES: Do not purchase trailer and return grant funds to the State.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): _________________________________                                                                 PHONE: _________
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached


BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                  Revised-6-21-10
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(24)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance

TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                               DATE:                                      June 4, 2010
FROM:               Planning & Building Services                                       MEETING DATE:                   July 13June 22, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:            PBS-Nash Gonzalez          PHONE: 4281   Present       On Call
                                        County Counsel-
                                        Terry N. Gross, Deputy.    PHONE: 4446
Consent Agenda              Regular Agenda     Noticed Public Hearing    Time Allocated for Item: 10 Minutes
AGENDA TITLE:
            ADOPTION INTRODUCTION AND WAIVE READING OF ORDINANCE
AMENDING MENDOCINO COUNTY CODE TITLE 21, CHAPTER 21.04 – DEVELOPMENT
AGREEMENTS
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS:
   On October 6, 2009, the Board of Supervisors approved the Garden’s Gate Subdivision, a residential
   development containing 200 parcels, including moderate income units, located south of the City of
   Ukiah. At the public hearing, an alternative safety mitigation was negotiated which obviated the need
   for a proposed second access which the community found troubling. The Board approved the Vesting
   Tentative Map and also adopted the Development Agreement by Ordinance No. 4229 as required by
   state law.
   On April 13, 2010, at the developer’s request, a special Board meeting was held to discuss proposed
   amendments to the Development Agreement and modifications to the Vesting Tentative Map based
   on the removal of the access road and the developer’s desire to separately submit a final map for the
   four units north of the creek asap. Developer’s proposed changes included modifications to the
   phasing of the project. No new environmental impacts were identified by staff in considering the
   proposed changes. The Board authorized the proposed modifications to the Map and to the
   Development Agreement. In the rush to prepare documents for the special meeting, the Ordinance
   originally adopted was not amended as required by state law when a Development Agreement is
   amended.
  SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Introduce and waive reading of Ordinance Amending Mendocino County
  Code Title 21, Chapter 21.04 on Development Agreements. Section 21.04.020 Garden’s Gate
  Development Agreement is amended to reflect adoption of modifications on April 13, 2010.
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/planning
  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 n/a                n/a                                               n/a                                  Yes                 No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3    VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority x 4/5ths
                                                              4      5      All
RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Adoption Introduce and waive reading of the Ordinance Amending
  Chapter 21.04 to Title 21 of the Mendocino County Code, authorize Chair to sign the same. Send
  County Counsel, Planning and Building Services and the Developer one copy of the adopted
  ordinance.
 CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________               PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree              Disagree     No Opinion      Alternate       Staff Report Attached
BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
                          SUMMARY

                   ORDINANCE AMENDING
              MENDOCINO COUNTY CODE TITLE 21,
          CHAPTER 21.04 – DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS


      This ordinance changes Section 21.04.020 of Chapter 21.04 to the
Mendocino County Code incorporating the amendment to the agreement
which was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on April 13, 2010.
                            ORDINANCE NO. ________


    ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 21.04.020 OF CHAPTER 21.04 –
                 DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS

      The Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino ordains as follows:

     Section 21.04.020 of Chapter 21.04 – DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS of the
Mendocino County Code is amended to read as follows:


      “Section 21.04.020     Garden's Gate Development Agreement by and
                             between the County of Mendocino and Ukiah Land,
                             LLC.

      (A) The County of Mendocino and (Garden's Gate) Ukiah Land, LLC desire to
      take advantage of the procedures provided by the State Legislature in
      Government Code Sections 65864 through 65869.5 authorizing adoption of
      development agreements.

      (B) The subject development agreement was approved by the Board of
      Supervisors on September 21, 2009, at the request of (Garden's Gate) Ukiah
      Land, LLC. Proper notices, hearings and other proceedings required by the
      Government Code for its approval of the development agreement have been duly
      completed. The subject agreement was modified on April 13, 2010. Proper
      notices and other proceedings required by the Government Code for its approval
      of the modified development agreement have been duly completed.

      (C) The Board has determined that the procedures completed in connection with
      the approval of this agreement meet the requirement provided in the California
      Environmental Quality Act (Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq.)
      appropriate to this agreement.

      (D) The Board has determined this agreement is consistent with the General
      Plan for the County of Mendocino.

      (E) The development agreement as amended is approved.

      (F) The development agreement as approved on October 6, 2009, and
      amended on April 13, 2010, has been properly executed and acknowledged. It is
      ordered recorded by the Mendocino County Recorder within ten (10) days
      following the adoption of the ordinance codified in this Chapter.

      (G) This Section shall take effect thirty (30) days after its passage.

      (H) This Section shall be published before the expiration of fifteen (15) days
      after the passage of the ordinance codified in this Chapter at least once in the
      Ukiah Daily Journal, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published in




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        the County of Mendocino, together with the names of the members voting for and
        against the same.”




        PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Supervisors of the County of
Mendocino, State of California, on this ______ day of ________________, 2010, by the
following roll call vote:

AYES:

NOES:

ABSENT:

     WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared the Ordinance passed and adopted and
SO ORDERED.



ATTEST:        CARMEL J. ANGELO
               Clerk of the Board          _________________________________
                                           CARRE BROWN, Chair
                                           Mendocino County Board of Supervisors
______________________________
            Deputy                         I hereby certify that according to the
                                           provisions of Government Code
APPROVED AS TO FORM:                       Section 25103, delivery of this
JEANINE B. NADEL, County Counsel           document has been made.

______________________________             BY:    KRISTI FURMAN
                                                  Clerk of the Board
                                           _________________________________
                                                 Deputy




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                            ORDINANCE NO. ________


    ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 21.04.020 OF CHAPTER 21.04 –
                 DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS

      The Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino ordains as follows:

     Section 21.04.020 of Chapter 21.04 – DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS of the
Mendocino County Code is amended to read as follows:


      “Section 21.04.020     Garden's Gate Development Agreement by and
                             between the County of Mendocino and Ukiah Land,
                             LLC.

      (A) The County of Mendocino and (Garden's Gate) Ukiah Land, LLC desire to
      take advantage of the procedures provided by the State Legislature in
      Government Code Sections 65864 through 65869.5 authorizing adoption of
      development agreements.

      (B) The subject development agreement was approved by the Board of
      Supervisors on September 21, 2009, at the request of (Garden's Gate) Ukiah
      Land, LLC. Proper notices, hearings and other proceedings required by the
      Government Code for its approval of the development agreement have been duly
      completed. The subject agreement was modified on April 13, 2010. Proper
      notices and other proceedings required by the Government Code for its approval
      of the modified development agreement have been duly completed.

      (C) The Board has determined that the procedures completed in connection with
      the approval of this agreement meet the requirement provided in the California
      Environmental Quality Act (Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq.)
      appropriate to this agreement.

      (D) The Board has determined this agreement is consistent with the General
      Plan for the County of Mendocino.

      (E) The development agreement as amended is approved.

      (F) The development agreement as approved on October 6, 2009, and
      amended on April 13, 2010, has been properly executed and acknowledged. It is
      ordered recorded by the Mendocino County Recorder within ten (10) days
      following the adoption of the ordinance codified in this Chapter.

      (G) This Section shall take effect thirty (30) days after its passage.

      (H) This Section shall be published before the expiration of fifteen (15) days
      after the passage of the ordinance codified in this Chapter at least once in the
      Ukiah Daily Journal, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published in




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        the County of Mendocino, together with the names of the members voting for and
        against the same.”




        PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Supervisors of the County of
Mendocino, State of California, on this ______ day of ________________, 2010, by the
following roll call vote:

AYES:

NOES:

ABSENT:

     WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared the Ordinance passed and adopted and
SO ORDERED.



ATTEST:        CARMEL J. ANGELO
               Clerk of the Board          _________________________________
                                           CARRE BROWN, Chair
                                           Mendocino County Board of Supervisors
______________________________
            Deputy                         I hereby certify that according to the
                                           provisions of Government Code
APPROVED AS TO FORM:                       Section 25103, delivery of this
JEANINE B. NADEL, County Counsel           document has been made.

______________________________             BY:    KRISTI FURMAN
                                                  Clerk of the Board
                                           _________________________________
                                                 Deputy




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                  MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(25)
                                                                                                                     BOARD AGENDA #____
                  ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
    -Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
    -Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
    -Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
     Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
    -Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
    -Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
    -Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


    TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                     17 May 2010
    FROM:               Department of Transportation                                        MEETING DATE:                  July 13 22 June 2010

    DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Howard Dashiell               PHONE: 463-4363                 Present             On Call
                                                                                  PHONE:

    Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item: 10 Min.

        AGENDA TITLE: Adoption Introduce and Waive Reading of Ordinance Amending Section 15.04.030
                                of the Mendocino County Code – Speed Zones; Repealing Paragraphs
                                15.04.030(D)(17) and (28), and 15.04.030(E)(7) and (8) and Establishing Revised
                                Prima Facie Speed Limits on a Portion of Old Stage Road, CR 502 and on Pacific
                                Woods Road, CR 524 (Gualala Area)
        PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: On 11 May 2010, the Board of Supervisors
        adopted Resolution No. 10-066, accepting Mendocino County Department of Transportation Traffic
        Study No. 08-01 recommending the establishment of revised prima facie speed limits on a portion of
        Old Stage Road, CR 502, and on Pacific Woods Road, CR 524.
        SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Mendocino County Department of Transportation is recommending an
       amendment to Mendocino County Code establishing revised prima facie speed limits of:
           40 MPH
           1. On Pacific Woods Road, CR 524, full length.
           2. On Old Stage Road, CR 502, from Old State Highway, CR 501A (Mile Post 0.00) to the
               northerly intersection of Gualala Court, CR 502A, (Mile Post 1.06).
           45 MPH
           On Old Stage Road, CR 502, from the northerly intersection of Gualala Court, CR 502A, (Mile Post
           1.06) to Mile Post 2.35.
           50 MPH
           On Old Stage Road, CR 502, Mile Post 2.35 to Mile Post. 3.20.
       SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
       ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                        FISCAL IMPACT:
       Source of Funding                  Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
                                                                                                       Yes          No
        SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                   2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
        RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Adoption Introduce and waive reading of Ordinance revising
        the prima facie speed zones on a portion of Old Stage Road and on Pacific Woods Road.
        ALTERNATIVES: An alternative would be for the Board to not change the ordinance and to retain the
      outdated prima facie speed limits on Old Stage Road and on Pacific Woods Road (not recommended).
     CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________             PHONE: 463-4441
    RECOMMENDATION: Agree             Disagree       No Opinion      Alternate    Staff Report Attached

    BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
    RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
W:\Agenda\2010\07-13-10 Agenda\07-13-10 Consent\07-13-10 4a(25) DOT-Gualala Ordinance - AS.doc                                          Revised-01/09
CORRESPONDENCE
ON FILE WITH THE
 CLERK OF THE
     BOARD
                                  SUMMARY

ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 15.04.030 OF THE MENDOCINO
COUNTY CODE – SPEED ZONES; REPEALING PARAGRAPHS
15.04.030(D)(17) AND (28), AND 15.04.030(E)(7) AND (8) AND ESTABLISHING
REVISED PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMITS ON A PORTION OF OLD STAGE
ROAD, CR 502 AND ON PACIFIC WOODS ROAD, CR 524 (GUALALA AREA)


This ordinance amends Chapter 15.04.030 of the Mendocino County Code by
establishing revised speed zones in conformance with the California Vehicle
Code on Old Stage Road and Pacific Woods Road, near Gualala in Mendocino
County, California.

It shall become operative upon approval by a majority vote of the Mendocino
County Board of Supervisors and the posting of the required signs.
                                ORDINANCE NO.         _______

       ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 15.04.030 OF THE MENDOCINO
       COUNTY CODE – SPEED ZONES; REPEALING PARAGRAPHS
       15.04.030(D)(17) AND (28), AND 15.04.030(E)(7) AND (8) AND
       ESTABLISHING REVISED PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMITS ON A
       PORTION OF OLD STAGE ROAD, CR 502 AND ON PACIFIC WOODS
       ROAD, CR 524 (GUALALA AREA)

       The Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino ordains as follows:

       Mendocino County Code Section 15.04.030 is amended to read as

follows:

           Section 15.04.030. Speed Zoning on County Roads.
                 (A) AUTHORITY TO CHANGE PRIMA FACIE LIMITS.
           Pursuant to Sections 22348, 22357, and 22358 of the Vehicle Code, the
           Local Authority hereby determines, upon the basis of an engineering
           and traffic investigation, that a speed greater than twenty-five (25) miles
           per hour would be reasonable and safe upon the streets designated
           which are otherwise subject to a prima facie speed limit of twenty-five
           (25) miles per hour under the said Vehicle Code, and that the maximum
           limit as designated by the Vehicle Code is more than is reasonable and
           safe upon the streets designated which are otherwise subject to a
           maximum speed limit of fifty-five (55) miles per hour under the said
           Vehicle Code. The Commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to
           establish appropriate signs giving notice of the prima facie speed limits
           established. When signs are erected giving notice thereof, the prima
           facie speed limits set forth shall be in effect.


                (B) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULES/TWENTY-FIVE (25)
           MILES PER HOUR PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets
           designated in this subsection, a prima facie speed limit of twenty-five
           (25) miles per hour is hereby declared to be reasonable, safe and more
           appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic.

                              1. On Mill Creek Drive (CR 425), full length.

                            2. On Ward Avenue (CR 425B), from 0.70 miles
                       northwest of State Route 1 to terminus.

                              3. On Lovers Lane (CR 222), full length.

                            4. On Petaluma Avenue (CR 422), from Pudding
                       Creek Road (CR 421) to Johnson Lane (CR 442A).

                             5. On Marina Drive (CR 226), from mile post 1.05 to
                       mile post 2.05 (State Route 20).

                             6. On Sanford Ranch Road (CR 200), from mile post
                       0.00 to mile post 0.70 (Knob Hill Road).


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     7. On Knob Hill Road (CR 204), full length.

     8. On Vichy Hills Drive (CR 204I), full length.

     9. On Watson Road (CR 204A), full length.

      10. On Gibney Lane (CR 412E), from mile post 0.00
to mile post 0.4.

     11. On Deerwood Drive (CR 215B), full length.

      12. On Deerwood Drive Extension (CR 215BX), from
mile post 0.00 to Wildwood Road (CR 215J).

     13. On North Harbor Drive (CR 415A), from State
Route 1 to Fort Bragg City Limits.
      14. On Redemeyer Road (CR 215A), from mile post
2.40 to terminus.

     15. On East Cedar Street (CR 420), from the Fort
Bragg City Limits to Monsen Way (CR 420C).

     16. On Monsen Way (CR 420C), full length.

     17. On Sunnycrest Drive (CR 239A), full length.

      18. On Mill Creek Road (CR 203), from mile post 0.10
to mile post 1.20.

     19. On Della Avenue (CR 312), full length.

      20. On Little Lake Road (CR 408), from mile post 0.00
to mile post 1.18 (one mile easterly of State Route 1).

      21. On Holquist Lane (CR 412), from mile post 0.00 to
mile post 0.15.

     22. Repealed.

      23. On East Side Calpella Road (CR 227), from mile
post 0.00 to mile post 1.50 and from mile post 2.75 to mile
post 3.30.

      24. On Lake Mendocino Drive (CR 227B), from 0.75
miles easterly of North State Street to terminus.

     25. On Pinoleville Drive (CR 225), full length.

      26. On Black Bart Drive (CR 370), from mile post 1.51
to terminus.

     27. On Blackhawk Drive (CR 371), full length.

     28. On Ridgeview Road (CR 372), full length.

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                    29. On Baywood Way (CR 373), full length.

                    30. On Bluejay Lane (CR 374), full length.

                  31. On Comptche-Ukiah Road (CR 223), from mile
            post 14.13 to mile post 14.64.

                   32. On Branscomb Road (CR 429), from mile post
            25.00 to mile post 25.31.

                    33. On the entire length of Brooktrails Drive, CR
            311B.

                  34. On Birch Street, CR 601, between Brooktrails
            Drive, CR 311B,(mile post 0.00) and Clover Road, CR 603,
            (mile post 0.13).


       (C) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/THIRTY (30) MILES PER HOUR
PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets designated in this
subsection a prima facie speed limit of thirty (30) miles per hour is
hereby declared to be reasonable, safe and more appropriate to
facilitate the orderly movement of traffic.

                  1. On Fort Bragg-Sherwood Road (CR 419), from the
            Fort Bragg City Limits easterly approximately, 0.50 miles to
            California Way.

                  2. On Airport Road (CR 424), from the Fort Bragg City
            Limits (mile post 0.00) to mile post 0.64.

                    3. Repealed

                    4. On Little Valley Road (CR 426), full length.

                  5. On Burris Lane (CR 243), from mile post 0.00 to
            mile post 0.80.

                  6. On Simpson Lane (CR 414), from mile post 0.00 to
            mile post 1.50.

                  7. On Albion Ridge Road (CR 402), from mile post
            0.00 to mile post 2.00.

                  8. On Black Bart Drive (CR 370), from mile post 0.00
            to mile post 1.51.

                  9. On East Side Calpella Road (CR 227), from mile
            post 1.50 to mile post 2.75.




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                   10. On Birch Street, CR 601, from Clover Road, CR
            603, (mile post 0.13) to Sherwood Road, CR 311 (mile post
            0.76).

                  11. On Primrose Drive, CR 604, from Sherwood
            Road, CR 311, (mile post 0.00) to Clover Road, CR603,
            (mile post 1.04).

                   12. On Center Valley Road, CR 303, from the Willits
            City Limit (mile post 0.00) to Bray Road, CR 305, (mile post
            0.52).


       (D) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/THIRTY-FIVE (35) MILES PER
HOUR PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets designated in this
subsection, a prima facie speed limit of thirty-five (35) miles per hour is
hereby declared to be reasonable, safe and more appropriate to
facilitate the orderly movement of traffic.

                  1. On East Road (CR 230), from mile post 1.34 to
            mile post 1.79.

                  2. On Heeser Drive (CR 407FF), full length.

                  3. On Simpson Lane (CR 414), from mile post 1.50 to
            mile post 3.60.

                  4. On Vichy Springs Road (CR 215), from the Ukiah
            City Limits (mile post 0.00) to mile post 1.35.

                  5. On Ward Avenue (CR 425B), from mile post 0.00 to
            mile post 0.7.

                  6. On Laytonville Reservation Road (CR 319F), full
            length.
                  7. On Airport Road (CR 424), from mile post 0.64 to
            terminus.

                  8. On North Road (CR 319E), full length.

                  9. On Lakeside Drive (CR 319B), full length.

                  10. Repealed.

                  11. Repealed

                  12. On Little Lake Road (CR 408), from mile post 1.18
            (State Highway 1) to mile post 4.0.

                 13. On Lansing Street (CR 500), from Heeser Drive
            (CR 407FF) northerly to State Route One.




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      14. On East Side Calpella Road (CR 227), from mile
post 3.30 to mile post 3.88 (terminus).

      15. On Tomki Road (CR 237D), from mile post 0.00 to
mile post 3.90.

      16. On Lake Mendocino Drive (CR 227B), from North
State Street (CR 104) to 0.75 miles easterly thereof.

      17. Repealed.

      18. On Caspar-Little Lake Road (CR 409), from mile
post 1.80 to mile post 3.32.

      19. On Hensley Creek Road (CR 225A), from mile
post 0.00 to mile post 0.17.
      20. On Orr Springs Road (CR 223), from North State
Street (CR 104) to 0.84 miles westerly thereof.

      21. On Central Avenue (CR 229), full length.

      22. On South State Street (CR 104A), from mile post
0.63 to mile post 1.41.

      23. On Ocean Drive (CR 436), from mile post 0.25
(Mitchell Creek) northerly to terminus.

     24. On Uva Drive (CR 239), from mile post 0.00 (the
end of Central Avenue) to mile post 2.05.

     25. On Branscomb Road (CR 429), from mile post
23.00 to mile post 25.00.

      26. On Powerhouse Road (CR 248A), from mile post
0.00 (Main Street, CR 245) to mile post 1.23 (Gibson Lane,
CR 246).

      27. On Road N(CR 238A), full length.

      28. Repealed.

      29. On Gielow Lane (CR 206), full length.

      30. On Crispin Road (CR 511), full length.

      31. On Little River Airport Road (CR 404), from the
intersection of State Highway 1, mile post 0.00, to mile post
1.85 and from mile post 3.45 to the end of the road at its
intersection with Comptche Ukiah Road.

      32. On Navarro Ridge Road (CR 518) from the
intersection of State Highway 1, mile post 0.00, to mile post
3.37.


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                  33. On Pudding Creek Road (CR 421), from the
            intersection of State Highway 1, mile post 0.00, to mile post
            0.55.

                   34. On Clover Road, CR 603, from Birch Street, CR
            601, (mile post 0.00) to Primrose Drive, CR 604 (mile post
            0.38).

                   35. On Daphne Way, CR 608, from Sherwood Road,
            CR 311, (mile post 0.00) to Poppy Drive, CR 623 (mile post
            0.85).

                  36. On Airport Road, CR 126, from Estate Drive, CR
            126A, (mile post 0.23) to the end of Airport Road, CR 126
            (mile post 0.63).

                  37. On North State Street, CR 104 from mile post
            0.00 to mile post 0.44.


     (E) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/FORTY (40) MILES PER HOUR
PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets designated in this
subsection, a prima facie speed limit of forty (40) miles per hour is
hereby declared reasonable, safe and more appropriate to facilitate the
orderly movement of traffic.

                 1. On Hearst-Willits Road (CR 306), from Valley Road
            (CR 309) to 2.7 miles northeasterly thereof.

                 2. On Pudding Creek Road (CR 421), from the Fort
            Bragg City Limits to 1.55 miles east of State Route 1.

                  3. On West Road (CR 237), from School Way (CR
            236) northerly to terminus.
                  4. On Redemeyer Road (CR 215A), from mile post
            0.39 (Vichy Springs Road) to mile post 1.68.

                  5. On East Hill Road (CR 301), from the Willits City
            Limits to 0.25 miles east of Center Valley Road (CR 303).

                  6. On Caspar-Little Lake Road (CR 409), from mile
            post 0.00 to mile post 1.80.

                  7. Repealed.

                  8. Repealed.

                  9. On Little River Airport Road from mile post 1.85 to
            mile post 3.45.

                  10. On Pudding Creek Road (CR 421), from mile post
            0.55 to the end if the road.

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                  11. On Sherwood Road, CR 311, from Primrose
            Drive, CR 604, (mile post 2.17) to Crow Place, CR 699
            (mile post 3.89).

                  12. On North State Street, CR 104 from mile post
            4.57 to mile post 5.05.

                  13. On Old Stage Road, CR 502, from Old State
            Highway, CR 501A (mile post 0.00) to the northerly
            intersection of Gualala Court, CR 502A, (mile post 1.06).

                  14. On Pacific Woods Road, CR 524, full length.


       (F) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/FORTY-FIVE (45) MILES PER
HOUR PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets designated in this
subsection, a prima facie speed limit of forty-five (45) miles per hour is
hereby declared to be reasonable, safe and more appropriate to
facilitate the orderly movement of traffic.

                  1. On East Side Potter Valley Road (CR 240), from
            State Route 1 to 3.85 miles north of Burris Road.

                  2. Repealed

                  3. On the Eel River Road (CR 240B), from mile post
            0.00 to mile post 2.57.

                  4. On Vichy Springs Road (CR 215), from mile post
            1.35 and mile post 2.58.

                  5. On South State Street (CR 104A), from mile post
            0.00 to mile post 0.63.

                  6. On Ruddick Cunningham Road (CR 205), full
            length.

                   7. On Sherwood Road, CR 311, from the Willits City
            Limits (mile post 0.00) to Primrose Drive, CR 604 (mile post
            2.17).

                  8. On Center Valley Road, CR 303, from mile post
            1.45 to the end of the road at East Hill Road, CR 301 (mile
            post 2.07).

                  9. On North State Street, CR 104 from mile post 0.44
            to mile post 2.45.

                  10. On Old Stage Road, CR 502, from the northerly
            intersection of Gualala Court, CR 502A, (mile post 1.06) to
            mile post 2.35.



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     (G) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/FIFTY (50) MILES PER HOUR
PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets designated in this
subsection, a prima facie speed limit of fifty (50) miles per hour is hereby
declared to be reasonable, safe and more appropriate to facilitate the
orderly movement of traffic.

                   1. On East Road (CR 230), from mile post 0.08 to
             mile post 1.34.

                   2. On East Road (CR 230), from mile post 1.79 to
             mile post 5.39.

                 3. 3. On Center Valley Road, CR 303, from Bray
            Road, CR 305, (mile post 0.52) to mile post 1.45.

                  4. On North State Street, CR 104 from mile post 2.45
            to mile post 4.57.

                   5. On Old Stage Road, CR 502, mile post 2.35 to mile
             post. 3.20.




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                 PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Supervisors of the County of

Mendocino, State of California, on this _____ day of ____________________, 2010, by

the following roll call vote:

               AYES:

               NOES:

               ABSENT:

            WHEREUPON, the Chair declared the Ordinance passed
and adopted and SO ORDERED.




                                       CARRE BROWN, Chair
                                       Mendocino County Board of Supervisors



ATTEST:        CARMEL J. ANGELO
               Clerk of the Board


______________________________
           Deputy


APPROVED AS TO FORM:
JEANINE B. NADEL, County Counsel



______________________________




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                      ORDINANCE NO.     _______

     ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 15.04.030 OF THE MENDOCINO
     COUNTY CODE – SPEED ZONES; REPEALING PARAGRAPHS
     15.04.030(D)(17) AND (28), AND 15.04.030(E)(7) AND (8)
     AND ESTABLISHING REVISED PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMITS ON A
     PORTION OF OLD STAGE ROAD, CR 502 AND ON PACIFIC WOODS
     ROAD, CR 524 (GUALALA AREA)

     The Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino

ordains as follows:

     Mendocino County Code Section 15.04.030 is amended to

read as follows:

      Section 15.04.030. Speed Zoning on County Roads.
          (A) AUTHORITY TO CHANGE PRIMA FACIE LIMITS.
      Pursuant to Sections 22348, 22357, and 22358 of the
      Vehicle Code, the Local Authority hereby determines,
      upon the basis of an engineering and traffic
      investigation, that a speed greater than twenty-five
      (25) miles per hour would be reasonable and safe upon
      the streets designated which are otherwise subject to
      a prima facie speed limit of twenty-five (25) miles
      per hour under the said Vehicle Code, and that the
      maximum limit as designated by the Vehicle Code is
      more than is reasonable and safe upon the streets
      designated which are otherwise subject to a maximum
      speed limit of fifty-five (55) miles per hour under
      the said Vehicle Code. The Commissioner is hereby
      authorized and directed to establish appropriate
      signs giving notice of the prima facie speed limits
      established. When signs are erected giving notice
      thereof, the prima facie speed limits set forth shall
      be in effect.

          (B) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULES/TWENTY-FIVE (25)
      MILES PER HOUR PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the
      streets designated in this subsection, a prima facie
      speed limit of twenty-five (25) miles per hour is
      hereby declared to be reasonable, safe and more
      appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of
      traffic.

                   1. On Mill Creek Drive (CR 425), full
               length.

                      2. On Ward Avenue (CR 425B), from 0.70

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miles northwest of State Route 1 to
terminus.

    3. On Lovers Lane (CR 222), full length.

    4. On Petaluma Avenue (CR 422), from
Pudding Creek Road (CR 421) to Johnson Lane
(CR 442A).

     5. On Marina Drive (CR 226), from mile
post 1.05 to mile post 2.05 (State Route
20).

    6. On Sanford Ranch Road (CR 200), from
mile post 0.00 to mile post 0.70 (Knob Hill
Road).
    7. On Knob Hill Road (CR 204), full
length.

    8. On Vichy Hills Drive (CR 204I), full
length.

    9. On Watson Road (CR 204A), full
length.

    10. On Gibney Lane (CR 412E), from mile
post 0.00 to mile post 0.4.

    11. On Deerwood Drive (CR 215B), full
length.

    12. On Deerwood Drive Extension (CR
215BX), from mile post 0.00 to Wildwood Road
(CR 215J).

    13. On North Harbor Drive (CR 415A),
from State Route 1 to Fort Bragg City
Limits.

    14. On Redemeyer Road (CR 215A), from
mile post 2.40 to terminus.

    15. On East Cedar Street (CR 420), from
the Fort Bragg City Limits to Monsen Way (CR
420C).

    16. On Monsen Way (CR 420C), full
length.

    17. On Sunnycrest Drive (CR 239A), full
length.

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    18. On Mill Creek Road (CR 203), from
mile post 0.10 to mile post 1.20.

    19. On Della Avenue (CR 312), full
length.

    20. On Little Lake Road (CR 408), from
mile post 0.00 to mile post 1.18 (one mile
easterly of State Route 1).

    21. On Holquist Lane (CR 412), from mile
post 0.00 to mile post 0.15.

    22. Repealed.

    23. On East Side Calpella Road (CR 227),
from mile post 0.00 to mile post 1.50 and
from mile post 2.75 to mile post 3.30.

    24. On Lake Mendocino Drive (CR 227B),
from 0.75 miles easterly of North State
Street to terminus.

    25. On Pinoleville Drive (CR 225), full
length.

    26. On Black Bart Drive (CR 370), from
mile post 1.51 to terminus.

    27. On Blackhawk Drive (CR 371), full
length.

    28. On Ridgeview Road (CR 372), full
length.

    29. On Baywood Way (CR 373), full
length.

    30. On Bluejay Lane (CR 374), full
length.

    31. On Comptche-Ukiah Road (CR 223),
from mile post 14.13 to mile post 14.64.

     32. On Branscomb Road (CR 429), from
mile post 25.00 to mile post 25.31.

     33. On the entire length of Brooktrails
Drive, CR 311B.


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             34. On Birch Street, CR 601, between
         Brooktrails Drive, CR 311B,(mile post 0.00)
         and Clover Road, CR 603, (mile post 0.13).


    (C) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/THIRTY (30) MILES PER
HOUR PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets
designated in this subsection a prima facie speed
limit of thirty (30) miles per hour is hereby
declared to be reasonable, safe and more appropriate
to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic.

             1. On Fort Bragg-Sherwood Road (CR 419),
         from the Fort Bragg City Limits easterly
         approximately, 0.50 miles to California Way.

             2. On Airport Road (CR 424), from the
         Fort Bragg City Limits (mile post 0.00) to
         mile post 0.64.

             3. Repealed

             4. On Little Valley Road (CR 426), full
         length.

             5. On Burris Lane (CR 243), from mile
         post 0.00 to mile post 0.80.

             6. On Simpson Lane (CR 414), from mile
         post 0.00 to mile post 1.50.

             7. On Albion Ridge Road (CR 402), from
         mile post 0.00 to mile post 2.00.

             8. On Black Bart Drive (CR 370), from
         mile post 0.00 to mile post 1.51.

             9. On East Side Calpella Road (CR 227),
         from mile post 1.50 to mile post 2.75.

             10. On Birch Street, CR 601, from Clover
         Road, CR 603, (mile post 0.13) to Sherwood
         Road, CR 311 (mile post 0.76).

             11. On Primrose Drive, CR 604, from
         Sherwood Road, CR 311, (mile post 0.00) to
         Clover Road, CR603, (mile post 1.04).

             12. On Center Valley Road, CR 303, from
         the Willits City Limit (mile post 0.00) to
         Bray Road, CR 305, (mile post 0.52).

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    (D) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/THIRTY-FIVE (35) MILES
PER HOUR PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets
designated in this subsection, a prima facie speed
limit of thirty-five (35) miles per hour is hereby
declared to be reasonable, safe and more appropriate
to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic.

             1. On East Road (CR 230), from mile post
         1.34 to mile post 1.79.

             2. On Heeser Drive (CR 407FF), full
         length.

             3. On Simpson Lane (CR 414), from mile
         post 1.50 to mile post 3.60.
             4. On Vichy Springs Road (CR 215), from
         the Ukiah City Limits (mile post 0.00) to
         mile post 1.35.

             5. On Ward Avenue (CR 425B), from mile
         post 0.00 to mile post 0.7.

             6. On Laytonville Reservation Road (CR
         319F), full length.

             7. On Airport Road (CR 424), from mile
         post 0.64 to terminus.

             8. On North Road (CR 319E), full length.

             9. On Lakeside Drive (CR 319B), full
         length.

             10. Repealed.

             11. Repealed

             12. On Little Lake Road (CR 408), from
         mile post 1.18 (State Highway 1) to mile
         post 4.0.

             13. On Lansing Street (CR 500), from
         Heeser Drive (CR 407FF) northerly to State
         Route One.

             14. On East Side Calpella Road (CR 227),
         from mile post 3.30 to mile post 3.88
         (terminus).


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    15. On Tomki Road (CR 237D), from mile
post 0.00 to mile post 3.90.

    16. On Lake Mendocino Drive (CR 227B),
from North State Street (CR 104) to 0.75
miles easterly thereof.

    17. On Pacific Woods Road (CR 524), full
length.

    18. On Caspar-Little Lake Road (CR 409),
from mile post 1.80 to mile post 3.32.

    19. On Hensley Creek Road (CR 225A),
from mile post 0.00 to mile post 0.17.

    20. On Orr Springs Road (CR 223), from
North State Street (CR 104) to 0.84 miles
westerly thereof.

    21. On Central Avenue (CR 229), full
length.

    22. On South State Street (CR 104A),
from mile post 0.63 to mile post 1.41.

    23. On Ocean Drive (CR 436), from mile
post 0.25 (Mitchell Creek) northerly to
terminus.

    24. On Uva Drive (CR 239), from mile
post 0.00 (the end of Central Avenue) to
mile post 2.05.

    25. On Branscomb Road (CR 429), from
mile post 23.00 to mile post 25.00.

    26. On Powerhouse Road (CR 248A), from
mile post 0.00 (Main Street, CR 245) to mile
post 1.23 (Gibson Lane, CR 246).

    27. On Road N(CR 238A), full length.

    28. On Old Stage Road (CR 502), from
mile post 0.00 (Old State Highway, CR 501A)
to mile post 1.06 (Northerly intersection of
Gualala Court, CR 502A).

    29. On Gielow Lane (CR 206), full
length.

    30. On Crispin Road (CR 511), full

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         length.

             31. On Little River Airport Road (CR
         404), from the intersection of State Highway
         1, mile post 0.00, to mile post 1.85 and
         from mile post 3.45 to the end of the road
         at its intersection with Comptche Ukiah
         Road.

             32. On Navarro Ridge Road (CR 518) from
         the intersection of State Highway 1, mile
         post 0.00, to mile post 3.37.

             33. On Pudding Creek Road (CR 421), from
         the intersection of State Highway 1, mile
         post 0.00, to mile post 0.55.
             34. On Clover Road, CR 603, from Birch
         Street, CR 601, (mile post 0.00) to Primrose
         Drive, CR 604 (mile post 0.38).

             35. On Daphne Way, CR 608, from Sherwood
         Road, CR 311, (mile post 0.00) to Poppy
         Drive, CR 623 (mile post 0.85).

             36. On Airport Road, CR 126, from Estate
         Drive, CR 126A, (mile post 0.23) to the end
         of Airport Road, CR 126 (mile post 0.63).

             37. On North State Street, CR 104 from
         mile post 0.00 to mile post 0.44.


    (E) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/FORTY (40) MILES PER HOUR
PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets designated
in this subsection, a prima facie speed limit of
forty (40) miles per hour is hereby declared
reasonable, safe and more appropriate to facilitate
the orderly movement of traffic.

             1. On Hearst-Willits Road (CR 306), from
         Valley Road (CR 309) to 2.7 miles
         northeasterly thereof.

             2. On Pudding Creek Road (CR 421), from
         the Fort Bragg City Limits to 1.55 miles
         east of State Route 1.

             3. On West Road (CR 237), from School
         Way (CR 236) northerly to terminus.


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             4. On Redemeyer Road (CR 215A), from
         mile post 0.39 (Vichy Springs Road) to mile
         post 1.68.

             5. On East Hill Road (CR 301), from the
         Willits City Limits to 0.25 miles east of
         Center Valley Road (CR 303).

             6. On Caspar-Little Lake Road (CR 409),
         from mile post 0.00 to mile post 1.80.

             7. On Old Stage Road (CR 502), from mile
         post 1.06 to mile post 3.10.

             8. On Old Stage Road (CR 502), from mile
         post 1.06 (Northerly intersection of Gualala
         Court, CR 502A) to mile post. 3.10
         (Northerly intersection of Ocean Ridge
         Drive, CR 514).

             9. On Little River Airport Road from
         mile post 1.85 to mile post 3.45.

             10. On Pudding Creek Road (CR 421), from
         mile post 0.55 to the end if the road.

             11. On Sherwood Road, CR 311, from
         Primrose Drive, CR 604, (mile post 2.17) to
         Crow Place, CR 699 (mile post 3.89).

             12. On North State Street, CR 104 from
         mile post 4.57 to mile post 5.05.

             13. On Old Stage Road, CR 502, from Old
         State Highway, CR 501A (mile post 0.00) to
         the northerly intersection of Gualala Court,
         CR 502A, (mile post 1.06).
             14. On Pacific Woods Road, CR 524, full
         length.




    (F) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/FORTY-FIVE (45) MILES PER
HOUR PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets
designated in this subsection, a prima facie speed
limit of forty-five (45) miles per hour is hereby
declared to be reasonable, safe and more appropriate
to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic.


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             1. On East Side Potter Valley Road (CR
         240), from State Route 1 to 3.85 miles north
         of Burris Road.

             2. Repealed

             3. On the Eel River Road (CR 240B), from
         mile post 0.00 to mile post 2.57.

             4. On Vichy Springs Road (CR 215), from
         mile post 1.35 and mile post 2.58.

             5. On South State Street (CR 104A), from
         mile post 0.00 to mile post 0.63.

             6. On Ruddick Cunningham Road (CR 205),
         full length.
             7. On Sherwood Road, CR 311, from the
         Willits City Limits (mile post 0.00) to
         Primrose Drive, CR 604 (mile post 2.17).

             8. On Center Valley Road, CR 303, from
         mile post 1.45 to the end of the road at
         East Hill Road, CR 301 (mile post 2.07).

             9. On North State Street, CR 104 from
         mile post 0.44 to mile post 2.45.

             10. On Old Stage Road, CR 502, from the
         northerly intersection of Gualala Court, CR
         502A, (mile post 1.06) to mile post 2.35.

    (G) SPEED ZONE SCHEDULE/FIFTY (50) MILES PER HOUR
PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMIT. Upon the streets designated
in this subsection, a prima facie speed limit of
fifty (50) miles per hour is hereby declared to be
reasonable, safe and more appropriate to facilitate
the orderly movement of traffic.

             1. On East Road (CR 230), from mile post
         0.08 to mile post 1.34.

             2. On East Road (CR 230), from mile post
         1.79 to mile post 5.39.

             3. 3. On Center Valley Road, CR 303,
         from Bray Road, CR 305, (mile post 0.52) to
         mile post 1.45.



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    4. On North State Street, CR 104 from
mile post 2.45 to mile post 4.57.

    5. On Old Stage Road, CR 502, mile post
2.35 to mile post. 3.20.




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           PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Supervisors of the

County of Mendocino, State of California, on this _____ day of

____________________, 2010, by the following roll call vote:

          AYES:

          NOES:

          ABSENT:

          WHEREUPON, the Chair declared the Ordinance passed
and adopted and SO ORDERED.




                                 CARRE BROWN, Chair
                                 Mendocino County Board of Supervisors



ATTEST:   CARMEL J. ANGELO
          Clerk of the Board


______________________________
          Deputy


APPROVED AS TO FORM:
JEANINE B. NADEL, County Counsel



______________________________




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                  MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                               BOARD AGENDA #____
                                                                                                                                    4a(26)
                  ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
    -Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
    -Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
    -Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
     Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
    -Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
    -Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
    -Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


    TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                     28 June 2010
    FROM:               Department of Transportation                                        MEETING DATE:                              13 July 2010

    DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Howard N. Dashiell                PHONE: 463-4363             Present             On Call


    Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

       AGENDA TITLE: Adoption of Resolution Approving Department of Transportation Agreement
                                No. 100038 (David A. Bonelli and Cynthia A. Bonelli) for the Acquisition of Rights
                                of Way Needed for Construction of Permanent 2006 Storm Damage Repairs on
                                Mendocino Pass Road, CR 338, M.P. 2.74 (Covelo Area)
       PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: None.
       SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Rights of way are needed for the above-referenced project for repairs that
       consist of reconstructing the roadway, installing new sub drains and placement of rock slope
       protection. David A. Bonelli and Cynthia A. Bonelli own the property that the County needs to
       acquire and have signed Department of Transportation Agreement No. 100038 whereby they agree to
       convey to County the said rights of way needed. The Department of Transportation is now requesting
       Board approval of Department of Transportation Agreement No. 100038.

       SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: Not Applicable.
       ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                        FISCAL IMPACT:
      Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
      Federal ER and             $605.00                                        Not Applicable                  Yes                No
      County Road Funds
       SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1    2    3                        4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
       RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: By Resolution, accept and approve Department of
       Transportation Agreement No. 100038 with David A. Bonelli and Cynthia A. Bonelli, in connection
       with Department of Transportation Project No. F-0606.123, and authorize and direct the Board Chair
       to executed said Agreement.
       ALTERNATIVES: An alternative (not recommended) would be to postpone approval of Department of
      Transportation Agreement No. 100038, thereby delaying acquisition of rights of way needed for the
      project.
     CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________             PHONE: 463-4441
    RECOMMENDATION: Agree          Disagree      No Opinion       Alternate       Staff Report Attached




    BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
    RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
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                                RESOLUTION NO. 10-

RESOLUTION OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
APPROVING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AGREEMENT NO. 100038
(DAVID A. BONELLI AND CYNTHIA A. BONELLI) FOR THE ACQUISITION OF
RIGHTS OF WAY NEEDED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT 2006
STORM DAMAGE REPAIRS ON MENDOCINO PASS ROAD, CR 338, M.P. 2.74
(COVELO AREA)

       WHEREAS, the County of Mendocino seeks to acquire certain real property
owned by David A. Bonelli and Cynthia A. Bonelli, hereinafter referred to as OWNERS”,
said real property being necessary to provide adequate rights of way for 2006 storm
damage repairs on Mendocino Pass Road, CR 338, designated Department of
Transportation Project No. F-0606.123; hereinafter referred to as “PROJECT”; and

        WHEREAS, OWNERS of the affected property have signed Department of
Transportation Agreement No. 100038 whereby OWNERS agree to convey to the
County the rights of way needed for the PROJECT, subject however to the performance
of certain conditions on the part of the County of Mendocino, said conditions being set
forth in full in Department of Transportation Agreement No. 100038 submitted to this
Board for acceptance and approval; and

      WHEREAS, the Director of Transportation has reviewed Department of
Transportation Agreement No. 100038 and recommends it for approval; and

     WHEREAS, County Counsel has reviewed Department of Transportation
Agreement No. 100038 and has approved it as to form.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mendocino County Board of
Supervisors be and hereby is authorized and directed to execute Department of
Transportation Agreement No. 100038 to convey real property from David A. Bonelli
and Cynthia A. Bonelli to the County of Mendocino, on behalf of the County of
Mendocino; and

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED AND SO ORDERED that the Director of
Transportation be and hereby is authorized and directed to process the necessary
documents for payment from Federal ER Funds and the County Road Fund, in
the sum of Six Hundred and Five Dollars ($605.00), payable to David A. Bonelli
and Cynthia A. Bonelli as financial consideration agreed upon in connection with
Department of Transportation Agreement No. 100038.

      The foregoing Resolution introduced by Supervisor                , seconded by
Supervisor            , and carried this      day of        , 2010, by the following
vote:

      AYES:
      NOES:
      ABSENT:
     WHEREUPON, the Chair declared said Resolution adopted and SO ORDERED.




                                      _________________________________
ATTEST:     CARMEL J. ANGELO          CARRE BROWN, Chair
            Clerk of the Board        Mendocino County Board of Supervisors

                                      I hereby certify that according to the
______________________________        provisions of Government Code Section
            Deputy                    25103, delivery of this document has
                                      been made.
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
JEANINE B. NADEL, County Counsel      BY:   CARMEL J. ANGELO
                                            Clerk of the Board

______________________________        _________________________________
                                            Deputy
                  MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(27)
                                                                                                                     BOARD AGENDA #____
                  ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
    -Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
    -Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
    -Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
     Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
    -Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
    -Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
    -Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


    TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                     29 June 2010
    FROM:               Department of Transportation                                        MEETING DATE:                              13 July 2010

    DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Howard N.                     PHONE: 463-4363                 Present             On Call
                                                    Dashiell                      PHONE:

    Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

        AGENDA TITLE: Adoption of Resolution Authorizing Advertisement for Bids, 2010 Asphalt
                                Concrete Overlay on Comptche Ukiah/Orr Springs Road (CR223) Between M.P.
                                19.77 and M.P. 44.49 (Comptche Area)
        PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: None.
        SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Department of Transportation Contract No. 100040 provides for construction
        of asphalt concrete overlay(s) on Comptche Ukiah/Orr Springs Road (CR 223) beginning at Comptche
        Ukiah Road M.P. 19.77. The project is referred to as DOT Project #C-1005 and has been developed for
        potential funding under the ARRA sweep-up program.

        Timely use of funds is a key requirement for projects funded through the ARRA sweep-up program
        and extremely tight timeframes prevail in all aspects of project management under the program (see
        attached sheet).
       SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: Not Applicable.
       ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                        FISCAL IMPACT:
       Source of Funding                  Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
      ARRA sweep-up         Up to $1.5 million                                  Not Applicable         Yes          No
      program                     (Est.)                                                               Funds to be Available in
      Road Fund                                                                                        BU 3041
       SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1   2     3    4                          5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority   4/5ths
        RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: By Resolution and upon receipt of ARRA sweep-up funding
        (1) approve Department of Transportation Contract No. 100040 and authorize/direct Board Chair to
        sign the contract, plans and (2) authorize and direct the Director of Transportation and the
        Purchasing Agent to begin advertising for bid opening.
        ALTERNATIVES: An alternative (not recommended) would be to postpone advertisement of the
        contract and delay commencement of construction.
       CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                 PHONE: 463-4441
    RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




    BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
    RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                        Revised-01/09
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          MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
          ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY


Summary of Request (cont.):

To ensure that the County’s projects, including the 2010 AC Overlay(s), can successfully compete for
ARRA sweep-up funds, we must incorporate streamlined procedures for all project management
functions. One such procedure is to authorize advertisement of construction contracts supporting the
ARRA sweep-up program immediately upon receiving applicable funding.

The Director of Transportation recommends and requests that the Board authorize advertisement of DOT
Contract No. 100040 immediately upon the County’s receipt of applicable ARRA sweep-up program
funding. The Department of Transportation staff personnel have prepared a draft Resolution which
provides said authorization for the Board’s consideration and adoption.




BOARD ACTION                                       Date of Meeting
  Approved __________________________                Referred to _________________________________
  Records Executed ___________________               Other ______________________________________
                                                                                             Revised-01/09
         Howard. N. Dashiell
   DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION                                                                                       FUNCTIONS
                 Ex Officio                                                                                Administration & Business Services
             Road Commissioner                                                                                           Airports
              County Engineer                                                                                       County Surveyor
                                                                                                                       Engineering
                                                                                                                  Land Improvement
                                                                                                                  Roads and Bridges
                                          COUNTY OF MENDOCINO                                                          Solid Waste
                                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
                                                340 LAKE MENDOCINO DRIVE
                                               UKIAH, CALIFORNIA 95482-9432
                                     VOICE (707) 463-4363 FAX (707) 463-5474
                                                   13 July 2010

Mendocino County Board of Supervisors
501 Low Gap Road, Room 1090
Ukiah, CA 95482

RE:       ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS, 2010
          ASPHALT CONCRETE OVERLAY ON COMPTCHE UKIAH/ORR SPRINGS ROAD
          (CR 223) BETWEEN M.P. 19.77 AND M.P. 44.49 (COMPTCHE AREA)

Honorable Board Members:

Department of Transportation Contract No. 100040 provides for construction of 2010 Asphalt
Concrete Overlays on Comptche Ukiah/Orr Springs Road. The applicable DOT project (C-1005)
provides for asphalt concrete overlay on Comptche Ukiah/Orr Springs Road and has been processed
for potential funding under the ARRA sweep-up program.

Timely use of funds is a key requirement for projects funded through the ARRA sweep-up program
and extremely tight timeframes prevail in all aspects of project management under the program.

To ensure that the County’s projects, including the 2010 AC Overlay, can successfully compete for
ARRA sweep-up funds, we must incorporate streamlined procedures for all project management
functions. One such procedure is to authorize advertisement of construction contracts supporting the
ARRA sweep-up funds immediately.

I recommend and request that the Board authorize advertisement of DOT Contract No. 100040
immediately upon County’s receipt of applicable ARRA sweep-up program funding. Department of
Transportation staff personnel have prepared a draft Resolution which provides said authorization for
the Board’s consideration and adoption.

I will, of course, respond to any questions the Board may have.

                                                                          Respectfully Submitted,



                                                                          HOWARD N. DASHIELL
                                                                          Director of Transportation
Enclosure
cc: DOT Project C-1005
     BOS Correspondence File

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                         RESOLUTION NO. 10-_________


RESOLUTION OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
AUTHORIZING ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS, 2010 ASPHALT CONCRETE
OVERLAY ON COMPTCHE UKIAH/ORR SPRINGS ROAD (CR 223) BETWEEN M.P.
19.77 AND M.P. 44.49 (COMPTCHE AREA)

      WHEREAS, the Mendocino County Department of Transportation is desirous of
performing the 2010 Asphalt Concrete Overlay Program for Comptche Ukiah/Orr
Springs Road from M.P. 19.77 to M.P. 44.49; and

       WHEREAS, ARRA sweep-up funds are currently estimated at $270,000 and may
increase to $1.5 million as additional funds become available; and

       WHEREAS, construction costs for the 2010 Asphalt Concrete Overlay on
Comptche Ukiah Road beginning at M.P. 19.77 and proceeding toward M.P. 44.49
(Comptche Area) are anticipated to be accommodated by the said ARRA sweep-up
funds; and

      WHEREAS, the Director of Transportation recommends and requests proceeding
with advertisement for bids immediately upon County’s receipt of applicable ARRA
sweep-up funding.
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      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED AND SO ORDERED AS FOLLOWS:

Upon County’s receipt of applicable ARRA sweep-up program funding —

      1. The Chair is hereby authorized and directed to sign the construction plans for
         the 2010 Asphalt Concrete Overlay on Comptche Ukiah/Orr Springs Road
         (CR 223) between M.P. 19.77 and M.P. 44.49 (Comptche Area).
      2. The County Purchasing Agent and the Director of Transportation are hereby
         directed to prepare for a bid opening at the General Services Agency.

      The foregoing Resolution introduced by Supervisor         , seconded by
Supervisor     , and carried this    , day of  , 2010, by the following vote:

      AYES:
      NOES:
      ABSENT:

      WHEREUPON, the Chair declared said Resolution adopted and SO ORDERED.



                                          _________________________________
ATTEST:     CARMEL J. ANGELO              CARRE BROWN, Chair
            Clerk of the Board            Mendocino County Board of Supervisors

                                          I hereby certify that according to the
______________________________            provisions of Government Code Section
            Deputy                        25103, delivery of this document has
                                          been made.
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
JEANINE B. NADEL, County Counsel          BY:    CARMEL J. ANGELO
                                                 Clerk of the Board
______________________________            _________________________________
                                                Deputy
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                    BOARD AGENDA # 4a(28)
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                     18 June 2010
FROM:               Department of Transportation                                        MEETING DATE:                              13 July 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Howard N. Dashiell                 PHONE: 4363              Present               On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:
                                                                                                      Not Applicable

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Notice of Completion, DOT Contract No. 090116, Widening of Haul
                             Road Bridge at North State Street, CR 104, M.P. 0.74 (Ukiah Area)
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: By Resolution No. 09-156 (14 July 2009), Board
   awarded DOT Contract No. 090116 to Granite Construction Company of Watsonville, California.
   SUMMARY    OF REQUEST: DOT Contract No. 090116, Widening of Haul Road Bridge at North State
   Street, CR 104, M.P. 0.74, was acknowledged as being completed on 11 June 2010. It is now
   appropriate to file the Notice of Completion to commence the applicable lien periods.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: None.
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 HBP                                  $2.4 Million (Est.)                   Not Applicable                  Yes                No
 Redevelopment
 Agency
 County Road Fund
   SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                    2      3      4      5      All        VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: By Minute Order, authorize the Board Chair to sign the Notice
   of Completion and direct the Clerk of the Board to file the Notice of Completion for DOT Contract
   No. 090116 with the County Recorder.
   ALTERNATIVES: Not Applicable.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                 PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                      Revised-01/09
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         Howard. N. Dashiell
   DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION                                                                                        FUNCTIONS
                 Ex Officio                                                                                 Administration & Business Services
             Road Commissioner                                                                                            Airports
              County Engineer                                                                                        County Surveyor
                                                                                                                        Engineering
                                                                                                                   Land Improvement
                                                                                                                   Roads and Bridges
                                        COUNTY OF MENDOCINO                                                             Solid Waste
                                    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
                                               340 LAKE MENDOCINO DRIVE
                                              UKIAH, CALIFORNIA 95482-9432
                                   VOICE (707) 463-4363 FAX (707) 463-5474


                                                           15 June 2010


TO:                 Howard Dashiell, Director of Transportation

FROM:               Chris Gialdini, Resident Engineer

RE:                 NOTICE OF COMPLETION, DOT CONTRACT NO. 090116
                    WIDENING OF HAUL ROAD BRIDGE AT NORTH STATE STREET
                    CR 104, M.P. 0.74 (UKIAH AREA)
                    DOT PROJECT NO. A-0701


I have made the final inspection of the above referenced DOT Contract No. 090116 and now
report that all work has been completed in substantial compliance with approved plans,
specifications, special provisions and authorized change orders of the contract.

The project was completed on 11 JUNE 2010 and I recommend its acceptance by the Board of
Supervisors.



                                                   _____________________________________
                                                   CHRIS GIALDINI               Date
                                                   Resident Engineer

As Director of Transportation for the County of Mendocino, I hereby recommend acceptance of
the above referenced project.


                                                   _______________________________ _____
                                                   HOWARD DASHIELL               Date
                                                   Director of Transportation


cc: DOT Project No. A-0701
    Board Corres. File



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When recorded please mail
copy of this instrument to:

COUNTY OF MENDOCINO
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
501 LOW GAP ROAD, ROOM 1090, UKIAH, CA 95482

                 SPACE ABOVE THIS LINE FOR RECORDER’S USE
                         NOTICE OF COMPLETION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT:

1.      The undersigned owner, being the COUNTY OF MENDOCINO, STATE OF
        CALIFORNIA, acting by and through its BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, caused
        certain construction and/or improvement work to be performed within the County
        of Mendocino, which work is generally described as being

                           DOT CONTRACT NO. 090116
        WIDENING OF HAUL ROAD BRIDGE AT NORTH STATE STREET
        CR 104, M.P. 0.74 (UKIAH AREA)
        DOT PROJECT NO. A-0701

2.      The contract for the performance of said work was awarded to:

        GRANITE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
        585 WEST BEACH STREET
        WATSONVILLE, CA 95076

3.      Said work was completed in substantial compliance with the approved plans,
        specifications, and authorized changes thereto on the 11th day of JUNE 2010.

4.      Said Contractor, GRANITE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, was the Contractor
        for said work and that Chubb Group of Insurance Companies was surety for the
        Contractor’s Bonds.

THIS NOTICE is given on this _____ day of JULY 2010.

                                COUNTY OF MENDOCINO, UNDERSIGNED OWNER

                                BY:____________________________________
                                      CHAIR, MENDOCINO COUNTY
                                      BOARD OF SUPERVISORS




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              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4a(29)
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 30, 2010
FROM:               Supervisor Smith                                                    MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Tammi Weselsky                PHONE: 463-4221                 Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item: N/A

   AGENDA TITLE: Approval of Letter of Support of SB 419 Which Increases Funding for County
                            Veterans Service Offices and for Operation Welcome Home, Which Connects New
                            Returning Veterans with California State Resources
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: None related to this specific bill.
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Board of Supervisors approval is requested to transmit a letter of support for
   both Governor Schwarzenegger’s Operation Welcome Home and SB 419. Operation Welcome Home
   offers new returning veterans, many returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, a statewide outreach
   network that informs them of their benefits and the transitional workforce training available to them
   upon homecoming. Approximately 30,000 veterans return annually to California State. In conjunction,
   SB 419 increases the amount of State funding for County Veteran Service Offices (CVSO) from $2.6
   million to $11 million, alleviating county offices which have been bearing the brunt of operating costs.
   These county offices are essential to the success of Operation Welcome Home. While the bill has
   passed in 2009, it is currently delayed in the funding process.
      Because California has more veterans than any other state and deployments to Iraq and
   Afghanistan are on-going, local government needs to show support for Operation Welcome Home
   and the need to reach out to the returning men and women that serve this country. It is also
   imperative that county veteran services also need to be properly funded in order for appropriate
   assistance to all California veterans who need it.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   http://www.assembly.ca.gov/acs/acsframeset2text.htm
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 N/A                N/A                                                                                     Yes                No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Approve support letter for both Operation Welcome Home and
   SB 419; authorization for the Chair to sign; and further directing the Clerk of the Board to send letter
   to Mendocino County’s Legislative Representatives.
   ALTERNATIVES: None recommended.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                 PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached


BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
   CARMEL J. ANGELO                                                                             CONTACT INFORMATION
 Chief Executive Officer                                                                    501 Low Gap Road • Room 1090
   Clerk of the Board                                                                           Ukiah, California 95482
                                                                                               TELEPHONE: (707) 463-4221
   TAMMI WESELSKY                                                                                 FAX: (707) 463-7237
    Senior Deputy                        COUNTY OF MENDOCINO                               Email: bos@co.mendocino.ca.us
   Clerk of the Board                                                                     Web: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/bos
                                               BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

    July 13, 2010


    The Honorable Darrell Steinberg, Senate President Prop Tempore
    The Honorable Dennis Hollingsworth, Senate Republican Leader
    The Honorable John Perez, Assembly Speaker
    The Honorable Martin Garrick, Assembly Republican Leader
    State Capitol Building
    Sacramento, CA 954814

             Re:    Support Letter for Operation Welcome Home and SB 419

    Dear Legislative Leaders:

    The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors are strongly in support of Governor Schwarzenegger’s Operation
    Welcome Home, which is a California state-wide plan to reach out to our newly returned veterans, many of
    which are coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan. California has 30, 000 veterans returning annually and
    Operation Welcome Home links veterans with the services, benefits, and workforce training that is available to
    them.

    We are also strongly in support of SB 419, which raised the state contribution to the County Veteran Service
    Offices (CVSO) from $2.6 million to $11 million. This bill and its implementation are essential to the success
    and viability of Operation Welcome Home. This funding increase is an integral part of the outreach and
    assistance to which veterans are entitled. These offices need adequate funding to properly serve our returning
    troops. California’s County Veteran Service Offices are funded primarily through county governments’ general
    funds, with more than 84% of their state-wide operating costs provided by their respective counties. The
    remaining 15% is provided by the state, which in turn is provided for in the California Military and Veterans
    Code. In 2009, Legislature SB 419 was passed, declaring that the state’s share to fund county veteran service
    officers is approximately $11 million per year.

    CVSO have managed to acquire over $2.7 billion in federal benefits for California veterans since 1995. For every
    dollar the state spends on subvention per year, CVSO’s bring in an average of $100 in new federal monies to
    California, making this one of the most cost effective uses to state funds.

    California, having more veterans than any other state and with continuing deployments in Iraq and
    Afghanistan, needs Operation Welcome Home to reach out to our brave men and women. We also need to
    make sure that our county veterans service offices are funded so that all California veterans who need assistance
    can receive it.

    Sincerely,



    Carre Brown, Chair
    Mendocino County Board of Supervisors

                                              THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
CARRE BROWN                JOHN MCCOWEN           JOHN PINCHES            KENDALL SMITH             J. DAVID COLFAX
 First District             Second District       Third District          Fourth District              Fifth District
Page 2 of 2                                             July 13, 2010

cc:   The Honorable Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor
      The Honorable Wesley Chesbro, Assemblyman
      The Honorable Patricia Wiggins, Senator
      California State Association of Counties (CSAC)
      Carl Stenberg, Ukiah Veterans Services Officer
      Pete Conaty and Associates
                Mendocino County Health and Human Services Agency
                   Adult and Older Adult System of Care

                      “Healthy People, Healthy Communities”

To:               Kendall Smith
From:             Carl Stenberg, Veteran Services Officer
Date:             June 17, 2010
Regarding:        Support of Operation Welcome Home




Dear Kendall –

This memo is to seek your assistance is sponsoring the attached support letter to the
Board of Supervisors.

We have been asked to seek support from our local governments of Operation Welcome
Home. Operation Welcome Home is a statewide outreach to connect with the 30,000
veterans currently returning home annually to California. Operation Welcome Home also
provides additional funding to County Veteran Services Offices. The bill, SB419, was
passed last year, but is currently mired in the funding process.

I would be happy to provide additional information and answer any of your questions.
Please feel free to contact me at 357-2334 (cell) or 964-5823 (Ft Bragg office).

Sincerely,

Carl Stenberg
                      Mendocino County Health and Human Services Agency
                                                            “Healthy People, Healthy Communities”
                                                          Stacey Cryer Interim Director
                                                       Susan Era Interim Assistant Director
                                                         Adult and Older Adult System of Care
                                   Susan Era            Director      MaryLou Leonard       Deputy Director
                                Providing Social Services, Mental Health, and Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Services
                         Ukiah Offices: Social Services • 747 S. State St. • P.O. Box 839 • Ukiah • California • 95482 • (707) 463-7900 • FAX (707) 463-7979
                                    Mental Health • 860 North Bush Street • Ukiah • California • 95482 • (707) 463-4303 • FAX (707) 463-6395
                                                AOD 1120 Dora Street Ukiah California • 95482 • (707) 472-2637• FAX (707) 472-2657
                 Fort Bragg Offices: Social Services • 825 S. Franklin St. • P.O. Box 1306 • Fort Bragg • California • 95437 • (707) 962-1102 • FAX (707) 962-1110
                          Mental Health • 790-B South Franklin Street • Fort Bragg • Avila Center, Mental Health, (707) 964-4747 • FAX (707) 961-2698
                                           AOD 120 West Fir Street Fort Bragg California • 95437 • (707) 961-2522 • FAX (707) 961-2519
      Willits Integrated Service Center: Social Services/Mental Health/AOD • 221 S. Lenore St. • Willits • California • 95490 • (707) 456-3740/456-3821 • FAX (707) 456-3741




                                                                                                                                                      June 21, 2010

The Honorable Darrell Steinberg, Senate President Pro Tempore
The Honorable Dennis Hollingsworth, Senate Republican Leader
The Honorable John Perez, Assembly Speaker
The Honorable Martin Garrick, Assembly Republican Leader
State Capitol Building
Sacramento, CA 95814

Dear Legislative Leaders:

We are strongly in support of Operation Welcome Home, Governor Schwarzenegger’s plan to reach out to
our new returning veterans, many who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. California has approximately
30,000 veterans returning annually and Operation Welcome Home is a statewide outreach to connect with
our returning veterans to make sure they know about the benefits and transitional workforce training
available to them.

We are also in support of the funding increase for County Veteran Service Offices. These are an integral
part of the outreach and the assistance in acquiring the benefits for which our veterans are entitled to. With
so many new veterans returning, these offices need adequate funding to serve our veterans.

California’s County Veteran Service Offices are funded primarily through county governments’ general
funds, with more than 84% of their state-wide operating costs provided by their respective counties. The
remaining 15% of funding is provided by the state, which is provided for in the California Military and
Veterans Code. The original intent of the CVSO funding mechanism, established by Senate Bill 608 in 1997
(Johannessen, Chapter 318), was for the state to share equally the cost of CVSO funding with the counties.
However, the Legislature never appropriated the full $5 million and to date the state’s annual subvention has
only been $2.6 million. In 2009 the Legislature passed and the Governor signed Senate Bill 419 (Senate
Veterans Affairs Committee, Chapter 183) which updated the 1997 legislative findings and declarations by
declaring that 50 percent of the state’s share to fund county veteran service officers is approximately $11
million per year.

Despite the challenges of underfunding and understaffing, CVSO’s have managed to garner over $2.7 billion
in federal benefits for California veterans since 1995. For every dollar the state spends on subvention per
year, CVSO’s bring in on average $100 in new federal monies to California. The expenditure by the state to
help fund these offices is more than offset by the federal monies which come into California’s economy
making this one of the most cost effective uses of state funds.
Because California has more veterans than any other state and with the on-going deployments in Iraq and
Afghanistan; those numbers are increasing, we need Operation Welcome Home to reach out to our brave
men and women who serve for the rest of us. We also need to make sure that our county veterans service
offices are funded so that we can assist all California veterans who seek assistance.

Sincerely




Susan Era,
HHSA, Interim Agency Assistant Director
Director Adult and Older Adult System of Care
Director Area Agency on Aging, PSA 26




cc: Honorable Members, California Legislature
    Honorable Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Pete Conaty & Associates
    Stacey Cryer, HHSA Interim Director
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             4b(1)
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
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TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                               DATE:                                    June 23, 2010
FROM:               Mendocino County Water Agency                                      MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Roland Sanford                 PHONE: x 4014                  Present             On Call
                                                                               PHONE:

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Authorization of the Transfer of $50,000 from Mendocino County Fish & Game
                            Commission (Commission) Carryover account to Commission’s Expense account,
                            and subsequent transfer to the Ukiah Rod & Gun Club pursuant to October 28,
                            2003 Board of Supervisors Directive
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: October 28, 2003: BOS allocated $50,000 from the
   Mendocino County Fish & Game Commission for continuing operation of the Ukiah Rod and Gun
   Club Fish Hatchery.
          SUMMARY          OF   REQUEST: On October 28, 2003 the BOS allocated $50,000 from the Mendocino
       County Fish & Game Commission for continuing operation of the Ukiah Rod and Gun Club Fish
       Hatchery. Although allocated, for reasons that remain unclear the money was never actually
       transferred to the Ukiah Rod and Gun Club and continues to be held in the Mendocino County
       Fish & Game Commission’s carryover account. Both the County Auditor and the Water Agency
       (fiscal agent for the Mendocino County Fish and Game Commission) recommend that the transfer
       take place to avoid any future confusion as to the rightful owner of the funds. In order to affect
       this transfer, funds must first be moved from the Mendocino County Fish & Game Commission’s
       Carryover Account to the Commission’s Expense Account, and from there transferred to the
       Ukiah Rod and Gun Club. Additional Background information is provided in “Attachment A”.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: n/a
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 F&G Commission     $50,0000                                            none                               Yes                 No
 Carryover (1206-
 2840)
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1  2                        3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Authorize Transfer of $50,000 from Mendocino County Fish &
   Game Commission Carryover account to Expense account, and subsequent transfer to the Ukiah Rod
   & Gun Club
   ALTERNATIVES: Do not authorize transfer of funds
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                            Disagree               No Opinion            Alternate            Staff Report Attached


BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
                                       ATTACHMENT A


Agenda Title: Authorize Transfer of $50,000 from Mendocino County Fish and Game Commission
(Commission) Carryover account to Commission’s Expense account, and subsequent transfer to the
Ukiah Rod and Gun Club pursuant to October 28, 2003 Board of Supervisors Directive



Background Information

        Funding for the Mendocino County Fish and Game Commission (Commission) has historically
come from Court Fine revenue -fines imposed on individuals and entities for various California
Department of Fish and Game Code violations - and to a lesser extent, grant monies. Monies obtained by
the Commission are used for various fish and wildlife projects within the County. Procedurally, the
Commission recommends potential fish and wildlife projects to the Board of Supervisors, who in turn
authorizes the release of Commission funds for said projects.

         In the late 1990s or early 2000’s the Commission was awarded grant monies from the State to be
used exclusively for fish propagation purposes. The grant money was not fully expended in the year that
it was received and to this day a portion of those funds - $50,000 – remains in the Commission’s account.
On October 28, 2003 the Board of Supervisors allocated $50,000 of the grant funds to the Ukiah Rod and
Gun Club (Club), for operational expenses associated with the Club’s Coyote Valley Fish Hatchery (see
attached Agenda Summary and associated BOS meeting minutes). Until recently the Club was able to
operate the Coyote Valley Fish Hatchery without drawing on the $50,000 allocation. The situation has
changed and the Club is now requesting access to said funds. The County Auditor-Controller has
provided the Commission’s fiscal agent - the Mendocino County Water Agency - with instructions for
initiating the transfer of $50,000 from the Commission’s Carryover account to the Commission’s
Expense account, and in turn on to the Club (see attached memo from Meredith Ford to Kristine Lawler
dated September 28, 2009). Water Agency staff is requesting authorization to complete the transfer of
funds to the Club.
Pat Ford
Ukiah Rod and Gun Club
P.o. Box 1309
Ukiah, CA 95482

                                                                             November 3, 2009


Dear Mr. Ford:

You recently requested a status report of the funds available for the Ukiah Rod & Gun Club
(RGC). You also mentioned $26,000 that was to have been put into the RGC account from
the closure of Hollow Tree Creek Fish Hatchery. I have obtained records from both the
Auditor's office and the Clerk of the Board's office to get a clear historical accounting ofthe
RGC funds.

Documentation entitled "Analysis of Ukiah Rod and Gun Club Fish Hatchery Commitments
Oct-03" (enclosed) shows the funds that constituted the $83,383 total shown on the 2005
financial print out (also enclosed). Included in that amount is the $26,000 transfer from the
Hollow Tree Hatchery Project.

The 2005 print out also shows where the RGC withdrew $17,000 for salmon restoration on
11119/04, and an additional $26,771.66 on 6/16/05. To sununarize the current status of the
RGC account, which includes the 2008 withdrawal of $29,670.95, the 2009 withdrawal of
$8,391.99, and credits and interest that have accrued over the years, Lloyd Weer from the
Auditor's office tells me that the RGC's account now has a total of $8,460.41. This does not
include the $50,000 still in the Fish and Game account, which would bring the total funds
available to the Rod & Gun Club to $58,460.41.

If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to call.

Sincerely,




Kristine Lawler

CC: Roland Sanford
    Jennifer Wyatt
    Meredith Ford
             MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                            5c
                                                                                                               BOARD AGENDA #____
             ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries and associated records must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Agenda Transmission Checklist:    Agenda Summary         Records        If applicable, list other online information below


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                             DATE:                                     July 6, 2010
FROM:               County Executive Office/Human Resources                          MEETING DATE:                            July 13, 2010

DEPT RESOURCE:        Carmel Angelo, CEO                                        PHONE: 463-4441             Present            On Call
                      Teresia Haase & Sue Goodrick HR                           PHONE: 463-4261             Present            On Call

Consent Agenda               Regular Agenda XX Noticed Public Hearing                              Time Allocated for Item: 10 min
   AGENDA TITLE: Report on Retiree Health Plan Transition

   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: On April 20, 2010 the Board authorized the
   transition of Retirees from the current Retiree Health Plan. On June 15, 2010, staff provided an
   update on the progress with this transition.
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: On April 20, 2010, the Board of Supervisors authorized the transition of
Medicare eligible retirees on the County self-funded plan to individual Medicare supplemental plans
using Extend Health as the Medicare coordinator service provider. The Board further authorized the
transition of the non-Medicare Eligible Retirees to a Health Plan that mirrors that of the Active
Employees Plan II (medical and prescription drug coverage only).

Staff provided the Board with an update on the progress of this transition on June 15. The Board
requested another update be provided on July 13, 2010. The attached staff report provides updated
information on retiree health plan transition.


  SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/administration/
  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                   FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                  Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                           Budgeted in Current F/Y
 Retiree Health      Not Applicable                                 N/A                                  Yes                No
 Insurance Reserve
   SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1  2    3                        4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                    4/5ths
  RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: 1) Receive update on progress with transition of Medicare eligible
   retirees on the County self-funded plan to individual Medicare supplemental plans using Extend
   Health as the Medicare coordinator service provider and transition of the non-Medicare eligible retirees
   to a Health Plan that mirrors that of the Active Employees Plan II (medical and prescription drug
   coverage only).
       ALTERNATIVES: Not Applicable
  CEO REVIEW (NAME):                                                               PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                          Disagree            No Opinion              Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                 Revised-01/09
                                                                                                   6a



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                             Department of Transportation (MCDoT)
                                Director’s Report – July 13, 2010

•      County Capital Improvement Project Development Activities:

→        2006 Storm Damage (BU 3030): The County roads originally suffered damage on over
205 sites during the 2006 New Year’s Eve storms. All 21 remaining repair projects have been
prioritized and are in various stages of permitting and contract implementation. Plan,
specification, and estimate (PS&E) packages for the remaining 19 Emergency Repair (ER) 2006
Storm Damage Repair Program projects were sent to Caltrans and await construction
authorization. ER sites are administrated under the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
located on federal aid roads “on system.” All totaled, the department is looking at going to bid
on as many as 19 projects in the next three years:

                     FEMA projects remaining to be completed in 2010

        Point Cabrillo Dr.           CR 564         M.P. 2.13       Retreat, Replace culverts
        Blue Lake Terr.              CR 671A        M.P. 0.52       Geo Grid w/drain

                     ER projects remaining to be constructed in 2010-11

        Comptche Ukiah Rd            CR 223         M.P. 7.49       Gabion Wall
        Comptche Ukiah Rd            CR 223         M.P. 23.00      Gabion Wall
        Comptche Ukiah Rd            CR 223         M.P. 23.90      Gabion Wall w/Drain
        Comptche Ukiah Rd            CR 223         M.P. 23.98      Gabion Wall w/Drain

        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 28.55      Culvert/RSP
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 30.25      AC W/Rip Rap
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 32.39      Perm Blanket w/Drain
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 33.05      Stab Trench w/AC Overlay
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 33.26      Stab Trench
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 33.29      Perm Blanket w/Drain
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 33.73      Stab Trench w/AC Overlay
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 33.80      Stab Trench w/AC Overlay
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 34.56      Stab Trench w/AC Overlay
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 34.60      Stab Trench w/AC Overlay
        Orr Springs Road             CR 223         M.P. 37.05      Stab Trench w/AC Overlay
        East Side Calpella Rd        CR 227         M.P. 3.70       RSP Up Slope

                      ER projects remaining to be constructed in 2011-12

        Mendocino Pass Rd            CR 338         M.P. 2.74       RSP Down Slope
        Mountain View Rd             CR 510         M.P. 14.45      Stab Trench
        Mountain View Rd             CR 510         M.P. 20.63      Pile Wall
DOT Director’s Report (cont.) Page 2 of 6


→      Gualala Underground Utility District: MCDoT staff is still working hard, with
additional parcels added by the utility companies, on phase 1 work for sensible development.

→       Caspar Walkway: The work is moving forward with the completion of: CEQA, NEPA,
the right-of-way certification, and the coastal permit (and related studies). Should Federal
Stimulus II be voted out of congress we are prepared to move forward. If Federal Stimulus II
does not happen we will still advance this “Transportation Enhancement” (TE) through normal
funding channels.

→       Willis Avenue (Laytonville) Walkway: A “Transportation Enhancement” (TE)
walkway, on Willis Avenue connecting the Laytonville Grade School complex with the High
School, is near construction phase. A sidewalk will be on the west side of Willis Avenue for
approximately 200 feet, then move to the east side of Willis Avenue. We are in a 90-day process
of bid solicitation.

→       Mill Creek Road: Due to diversion of MCDoT resources for storm damage recovery,
this project was delayed and will be completed as resources become available. We were
successful in receiving Federal Public Lands Highway (PLH) funds for $397,640. This is to
improve the unpaved portion of Mill Creek Road up South Cow Mountain to the BLM
recreational area. Scope changes are under consideration. Funding for the additional phases and
authorization to construct must all be completed before September 2018.

→      ADA Mendocino: Eight of the project sites have been designed. However, we are
waiting to complete a process related to the Main Street sidewalk at the Headlands Park before
moving forward. In-house crews have completed construction on five sites. The Main Street
sidewalk replacement is on hold due to archeological issues.

→     North State Street Improvements: The Project is Complete - the bridge has been
widened to accommodate a left turn lane, and bicycle lanes and sidewalks in each direction are
complete. A continuous left turn lane has been added to North State Street, from Mendo Mill to
Hensley Creek Road, along with asphalt overlay to Eel River Fuels.

→       East Side Potter Valley Road Widening: The Mendocino County Department of
Transportation proposes to remove, reconstruct, and widen a portion of Eastside Potter Valley
Road. The current road structure (base and pavement) is severely deteriorated and is in need of
reconstruction. The road currently consists of two 10-foot-wide traveled lanes with ½ foot paved
shoulders. The proposed project consists of grinding and recycling the current base and
pavement using a process called foamed asphalt. The project will include widening the existing
roadway to two 11-foot-wide traveled lanes with 3-foot paved shoulders. The roadway will be
further widened to include gravel shoulders of 1-foot to 5-foot widths.

For the most part, the alignment will not be changed from its current position. There is a 1,400-
foot portion of the road with a sharp switchback curve. The alignment of this section of road is
to be straightened. The radii of two other curves will be increased to meet speed design criteria
and the profile through a crest will be lowered to provide required sight distances.
                                                2
DOT Director’s Report (cont.) Page 3 of 6




Utility pole relocations will be required. Rau and Associates are working in detail to show
where right-of-way for pole relocation will be needed and will then prepare to plats and property
descriptions needed to acquire additional new right-of-way. By doing this, the project will be
ready for right-of-way purchase when funding is found. The California Transportation
Commission (CTC) moved the right-of-way phase on July 1, 2010. The CTC action provides
State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) in the amount $370,000 to complete right-
of-way (acquiring about 6 acres) and relocate utilities over the next two years. MCDoT could
be talking to property owners this winter or next spring/summer. Construction is not likely until
2013. We will be looking for an additional $5 million in construction dollars to complete all 4
miles.

MCDoT cannot start spending STIP funds until the state budget is in place (this fall) - item was
marked with the following advisement:
CONTINGENT UPON PASSAGE OF
THE 2010 BUDGET ACT AND AVAILABLE ALLOCATION
CAPACITY.

Thus, even though the CTC said yes the Legislator may still say no and we would be delayed.
Still the BOS put $136,000 in prop. 1B towards this effort so MCDoT staff continues to prepare
for right-of-way by getting utility designs, plats and property descriptions ready. The big
money from the CTC is needed to buy land and move utilities.

→     Redemeyer Road Extension: Public input has been collected and analyzed by our
consultant from Drake Haglan and Associates. The project concept report is complete and
environmental studies will commence when funding is identified.

→      Brooktrails Second Access: Public input has been collected and analyzed by our
consultant from KOA. The project concept report is complete and environmental studies will
proceed with anticipated State funding. The California Transportation Commission (CTC)
moved the right-of-way phase to July 1, 2010. The CTC action provides State Transportation
Improvement Program (STIP) in the amount $459,000 to complete environmental phase work.
MCDoT will begin work on a Request for Proposals (RFP) in anticipation of STIP funds.
However, until the state budget is in place (this fall) - item were marked with the following
advisement:
CONTINGENT UPON PASSAGE OF
THE 2010 BUDGET ACT AND AVAILABLE ALLOCATION
CAPACITY.

Thus, even though the CTC said yes the Legislator may still say no and we would be delayed.

→       Feliz Creek Bridge: The project is funded. This project will be to replace the existing
structure with a new structure. The removal and replacement of the existing bridge and
approaches will be by contract. The new bridge would be a three-span (40 foot +/- each) flat


                                                3
DOT Director’s Report (cont.) Page 4 of 6


slab bridge with two center bends. Alignment alternatives have been finalized. Consulting
Engineers are now in the process of design and are expected to bid in the summer of 2011.

→      Replace/Seismic Retrofit of bridges: The three bridges are: School Way Bridge (over
the Russian River), Moore Street (CR 229B, M.P. 0.45, over the Russian River), and Eureka Hill
Road (CR 505, M.P. 4.92, over the Garcia River). These are under design with recent Caltrans
authorization. Expected to bid in 2012-13.

→       State Highway- Interchanges Simpson Lane Roundabout: Fort Bragg Area-
(CALTRANS/MCOG/County joint project): The Simpson Lane Intersection, Project 01-48020,
is delayed due to right-of-way issues. Caltrans is expected to bid in spring of 2011 (major
intersection widening and construction).

→     Transportation Enhancement (TE) Pedestrian facilities at two County Schools: the
Branscomb Road Bridge: $50K E&P, $30K PS&E, and $455K construction and the Grace
Hudson School Zone: $20K E&P, $5K PS&E, and $160K construction.  The schedule is the
same for both with E&P in 11/12, PS&E in 12/13 and construction in 13/14.

→       Confusion Hill County Park: County Planning and MCDoT have nearly completed the
study funded with $55,000 from the MCOG 2009/2010 Overall Work Program. The study looks
at ways to use anticipated surplus Caltrans land left over from the construction of bridges
comprising the Red Mountain Project. This realigned U.S. Route 101 away from the Confusion
Hill Slide (2009 $70 million project). The County, along with the Mendocino County
Promotional Alliance (MCPA) and Mendocino Council of Governments (MCOG) are also
excited about the prospect for a visitor center/county park rest stop located on a portion of the
former highway right-of-way. This would provide a “vista point” view of the south bridge.
Project planning is on going with the CEO’s Office and 4th District Supervisor Smith who have
been promoting a future county project. The “Confusion Hill Transportation and Visitor
Services Project” planning and scooping document will be finalized this year by County
Planning Department and MCDoT.

The purpose of this report is to consider alternative uses for the abandoned highway right-of-
way. Certainly, given the history of the geologic instability and the proximity of the abandoned
right-of-way to the Eel River, care must be given to limit environmental effects, insure long term
remediation, and to best utilize the infrastructure that has been developed. The County of
Mendocino is considering a number of safe alternative uses, for at least a portion of the area.
Among the alternatives considered are a highway rest stop, visitor’s center, a scenic point of
interest, and/or a County park. Conceivably, the amenities of the area, which include:

    •   The exiting roadside attraction, a view of the modern bridge crossing,

    •   The historic memorial grave of a pioneering woman for which the bridge in named,

    •   A view of historic man-made structures devised to retain the old road way which includes
        a retaining wall installed by the Works Project Administration from the late 1930s to
                                                 4
DOT Director’s Report (cont.) Page 5 of 6


        early 1940s,

    •   Natural resources such as the vista point of the Eel River canyon,

    •   The geological phenomenon of the slide, which caused the new highway right-of-way.

Other amenities that could be developed in association with the site could include:

    • An informational kiosk displaying neighboring to County-wide tourist oriented
    activities/facilities,
    • Environmentally oriented interpretive signage explaining/informing about geologic
        features, bridge construction facts, local historical facts, river system ecology,

    • Potential hiking trails, including potential river access,

    • Restroom facilities,

    • Picnic grounds.


→      Fish Rock Road Sediment Reduction Project - DOT Project No. D-0703: The
Garcia River Watershed is listed as water quality impaired due to sediment on the 303(d) list.
On January 3, 2002, the RWQCB adopted the TMDL Action Plan into the Water Quality Control
Plan for the North Coast Region (Basin Plan) in order to address sedimentation that is affecting
the beneficial uses of the watershed. On October 4, 2005 the North Coast Regional Water
Quality Control Board approved the Mendocino County Department of Transportation’s Erosion
Control Plan and Site Specific Management Plan to satisfy the requirements of the TMDL
Action Plan.

This project implements the County Site Specific Management Plan (SSMP) and Erosion
Control Plan (ECP) towards compliance with the Action Plan for the Garcia River Watershed
Sediment TMDL. This means the implementation of sediment reduction treatments on Fish
Rock Road have been identified in the Departments Direct Inventory of Road Treatments
Database (DIRT) – a five counties effort.

The implementations of the DIRT database treatments are also in compliance with the Garcia
River Watershed Sediment TMDL. The plan is to: install 125 18” culverts, install 32 24”
culverts, install 2 30” culverts, install 1 36” culvert, install 1 42” culvert, replace 24 18” culverts,
replace 24 24” culverts, replace 5 30” culverts, install 4 18” downspouts, install 21 24”
downspouts, install 1 30” downspout, remove approximately 5.6 miles of berm and road surface
where berm has been removed.

Project Funding: Total - $1,060,735, CWA 319(h) - $787,552, County Match - $273,183


                                                   5
DOT Director’s Report (cont.) Page 6 of 6


→      Instream Fish Barrier Removal, Ryan Creek Road, CR 310C: From 1998 to 2000,
The Five Counties Salmon Restoration effort funded, through a grant from the California
Department of Fish and Game, and employed Ross Taylor, a fisheries biologist, to evaluate and
rank Mendocino County road stream crossings for fish passage ability (FINAL REPORT:
COASTAL MENDOCINO COUNTY CULVERT INVENTORY AND FISH PASSAGE
EVALUATION, 2001).

The tasks for that project were to conduct an inventory of stream crossings on Mendocino
County roads, evaluate juvenile and adult fish passage, and develop a ranking matrix that
prioritizes corrective treatments to provide unimpeded fish passage. The inventory was limited
to the anadromous reaches of streams known historically and/or currently to support runs of coho
salmon, chinook salmon, and steelhead.

The inventory process identified Ryan Creek along Ryan Creek Road in the Eel River watershed
as a priority sight (#2 of 54 sites visited in Mendocino County). Due to completion of eleven
(11) other fish barrier projects, Ryan Creek is currently listed as priority #1 in Mendocino
County

Ryan Creek flows through Outlet Creek directly into the Eel River just below Ryan Creek Road.
The work plan is to replace the existing 10’ wide x 6’ high x 82’ long concrete box culvert with
an open-bottom, 20’ wide x 10’ tall x 82’ long pre-manufactured arch structure set on strip
footings with headwalls and wing walls. The proposed structure will be of adequate size to
allow anadromous fish passage at all life stages. Approximately 190 feet of stream channel will
be regraded to conform to the anticipated stable stream grade and reference reach characteristics.

The project has been budgeted for FY-2010/11. Due to the anticipated dates of notice of award
of grant funds, the Five County’s Salmonid Conservation Program has secured funding through
the Coastal Conservancy for upfront purchase of a precast concrete structure. Use of Coastal
Conservancy funds specifically for structure purchase, by the County as opposed to by the
construction contractor, will shorten the project schedule by approximately 8 weeks, thus
enabling the project to become built this year.

The implementation grants (Ca. Dept. of Fish and Game - $ 380,346 and Coastal Conservancy -
$160,000) to perform this project have been partially awarded, notice of award of the remaining
grant funds through NOAA Fisheries is expected soon.

DOT Contract No. 100036 provides for the construction of the Ryan Creek Migration Barrier
Removal Project. Construction costs are to be reimbursed under the program. Reimbursement is
to eventually account for all eligible project costs incurred by the County. The County will
“front” the amount of project funding from the County share of funds that have been received to
date. The estimated cost of construction is some $905,000 (total budget of $ 1,157,897). Project
funding covers the cost of advance structure purchase by the County as well as construction
engineering costs.



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              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                              6b
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
             SUMMARY
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 TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 30, 2010
 FROM:               Department of Transportation (DOT)                               MEETING DATE:                                July 13, 2010

 DEPARTMENT                     Howard N. Dashiell, MCDoT                            PHONE: 463-4363             Present             On Call
 RESOURCE/CONTACT:

 Consent Agenda       Regular Agenda       Noticed Public Hearing     Time Allocated for Item: 30 min.
    AGENDA TITLE: Consideration and Possible Direction Concerning Modifications, Including
    Reductions in Service, for the Operation of County Solid Waste Transfer Stations (Countywide)
    PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: June 23, 2009: Board of Supervisors (BOS) directed
    staff to explore privatization options with the County’s franchised haulers and to report back. March 23, 2010:
    General Consensus of the Board to refer the matter to staff returning to the Board on May 4 & 18, 2010. On May
    18, 2010 an ad hoc committee was formed. On June 8, 2010 the Board approved 5.25 FTE on layoff in the MCDoT
    Solid Waste Division. On June 22, 2010 the Board extended franchise contract(s) and transfer station operations
    contracts with Solid Wastes of Willits. Also on June 22, 2010 the Board approved an amended Joint Powers
    Agreement (JPA) for operation on the Caspar Facility, which the City of Fort Bragg subsequently rejected on June
    28, 2010.
    SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Events have caused a delay, or possible stoppage, of private contract operation of
      County Solid Waste “Self Haul” Transfer Stations. Pursuant to layoffs approved by the Board June 8, 2010
      concerning Solid Waste Division Staff, the Mendocino County Department of Transportation (MCDoT) must
      operate under a FY 2010/11, 4510 budget that utilizes no county general fund but retains 5% (of a total 12%)
      solid waste franchise fee – directed to BU 4510 for limited operations and payment of existing MSWMA contract
      administration and payment of the Covelo Subsidy. Staff will present status of issues and discuss the impacts
      of continued operation of Solid Waste facilities by MCDoT with no Net County Cost (NCC) allocation in FY
      2010/11. Proposed service level reductions and hours of operation will be presented. See possible scenario –
      continued on next page.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: N/A
    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                     FISCAL IMPACT:
   Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                                 Budgeted in Current
                                                                                                                        F/Y
   General Fund                    N/A                                 Goal – No NCC           Yes          No
    SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                    2      3      4       5    All    VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                            4/5ths
    RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Receive Plan for Modifications, Including Reductions in Service,
    for the Operation of County Solid Waste Transfer Stations by the Department of Transportation.
    ALTERNATIVES: An alternative would be to direct MCDoT and the CEO to retain Solid Waste
    Division levels of service and adjust fee schedules (if so - authorize special fee hearings) to a balanced
    budget with or without additional County General Fund support and continue MCDoT operation of
    sites – bringing back impacts to the Board as part of the FY 2010/11 Budget Hearings.
    CEO REVIEW (NAME): __________________________________________                            PHONE: 463-4441
 RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached


 BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
 RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
W:\Agenda\2010\07-13-10 Agenda\07-13-10 6b DOT SWD Restructuring - AS.doc                                                            Revised-01/09
           MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                          BOARD AGENDA #____
           ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
SUMMARY CONTINUED:
The table below shows a POSSIBLE reduction in service hours. The County could operate Six Stations with three
staff as follows:

North Coast - Refuse Site Attendant will operate Casper and Albion on different days.
South County - Refuse Site Attendant will operate South Coast and Boonville on different days.
Inland - Refuse Site Attendant will operate Laytonville and Potter Valley on different days.




                                                Exist Public Proposed        Δ Public    % Public
                     Site        Day of Week
                                                    Hrs      Public Hrs        Hrs       Reduced


                   ALBION          Sunday             7            0             -7
                                  Wednesday           4            0             -4
                                   Saturday           7            7             0
                                                     18            7            -11       -61.1%

                 BOONVILLE         Sunday             7            0             -7
                                   Tuesday            7            0             -7
                                  Wednesday           7            5             -2
                                   Saturday           7            5             -2
                                                     28           10            -18       -64.2%

                   CASPAR          Sunday             7            5             -2
                                   Monday             6            5             -1
                                   Tuesday            6            5             -1
                                  Wednesday           6            5             -1
                                   Saturday           7            0             -7
                                                     32           20            -12       37.5%

                POTTER VLY         Sunday             7            7             0
                                  Wednesday           4            0             -4
                                   Saturday           7            0             -7
                                                     18            7            -11       -61.1%

                LAYTONVILLE        Sunday             9            0            -9
                                  Wednesday           9            9            0
                                   Saturday           9            9            0
                                                     27           18            -9         33%

                  SO.COAST         Sunday             7            7             0
                                   Tuesday            4            4             0
                                  Wednesday           4            0             -4
                                   Saturday           7            0             -7
                                                     22           11            -11        50%
                   TOTALS                           145           73            -72       49.7%
BOARD ACTION                                              Date of Meeting
  Approved __________________________                       Referred to _________________________________
  Records Executed ___________________                      Other ______________________________________
                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
                                                                                                          ·.PaQe1   I


From:            Clerk of the Board Office
To:              bosagenda
Date:            7/7/20103:15 PM
SUbject:         Fwd: For July 13 BOS: Reductions of Service at the Solid Waste Transfer Stations
Attachments: Gjerde Letter noting County Has No Fiscal Justification for 37 percent Cut at Caspar pg
1.pdf; Gjerde Letter noting County Has No Fiscal Justification for 37 percent Cut at Caspar pg 2.pdf;
Dan final Memo to Council for June 28 2010.pdf



»> "Gjerde, Dan" <DGjerde@fortbragg.com> 7/7/2010 3:15 PM »>


From: Gjerde, Dan
Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2010 3:10 PM
To: 'cob@mendocino.ca.us'; 'bos@co.mendocino.ca.us'
Cc: 'nadelj@co.mendocino.ca.us'; 'Iosakd@co.mendocino.ca.us'; 'Howard Dashiell';
'angeloc@co.mendocino.ca.us'; 'sweeney@pacific.net'; Ruffing, Linda; 'davet@flobeds.com';
'thehahas@mcn.org'; Melo, Jere; 'Courtney1@mcn.org'; VanWormer, Cindy
SUbject: For July 13 BOS: Reductions of Service at the Solid Waste Transfer Stations


Clerk of the Board,

Please distribute the attached letter and the attached memo as part of the comment on the Board of
Supervisors agenda item related to the proposed Reduction of Service at the Solid Waste Transfer
Stations.

If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me at this email address or at
this phone number.

Dan Gjerde
Fort Bragg City Council Member
707 -961-2823 (city hall)
                               CITY OF FORT BRAGG
                                      Incorporated August 5, 1889
                                         4.16 N. Franklin St.
                                       Fort Bragg, CA 95437
                                       Phone: (707) 961·2823
                                        Fax: (707) 961·2802
                                      http://city.fortbragg. com

July 7,2010

Honorable Carre Brown, Chair
Mendocino County Board of Supervisors
501 Low Gap Road, Room 1090
Ukiah, CA 95482

SUBJECT:      County Has No Fiscal Justification for 37% Cut in Hours of Service
              at Caspar Transfer Station

Dear Chair Brown and County Supervisors:

After speaking with County staff and hearing that the Board of Supervisors will consider a
proposal to radically cut hours of service at the Caspar Transfer Station, I saw that the full
board of Supervisors needed additional information included in its packet to be distributed on
July 8. With very little notice, this letter is only signed by me, but I assume all Fort Bragg
council members will want to sign a similar letter objecting to any unjustified cuts in service at
Caspar, as soon as the full council can act to sign such a letter. After all, the Caspar Transfer
Station collects more than half of the revenue generated by the six County-operated transfer
stations, and it is a self-sufficient operation.
Caspar is Already Self-Sufficient
I am not sure if you are aware of this, but a memo by Director of Transportation Howard
Dashiell, dated June 3 2008, stated that if Caspar had a fee of $24 per cubic yard starting in
January 2009, it would "accommodate the desire of the City of Fort Bragg to have a zero NCC
(Net County Cost)." Today, the fees at Caspar are $25 per cubic yard.                     .
In fact, the most recent fiscal analysis produced by County staff, also developed in the Spring
of 2008, shows that the Caspar Transfer Station only needed $24.60 per cubic yard to break-
even. County staff's identical analysis of the Albion, Boonville and Potter Valley transfer
stations shows they needed $42.02 per cubic yard to recover County costs. As you know, in
June 2008 the Fort Bragg City Council authorized fees of $25 per cubic yard, and today that is
the rate charged at all six County-operated transfer stations. When the reduction in
administrative staffing for County Solid Waste Division is taken into account, this means
Caspar's revenues should be fully covering its costs, while the County general fund is
subsidizing Albion, Boonville and Potter Valley to the tune of roughly $17 per cubic yard.
Although not analyzed at the time, the County's subsidy for the comparably-sized Laytonville
transfer station is presumably also roughly $17 per cubic yard.
Lacking any new and contrary documentation from County staff, the Board of Supervisors
therefore has no fiscal justification to approve a proposal to cut hours of service at Caspar.
Certainly a 37% cut in hours is completely unsupportable by any facts produced by County
staff.
Why An Unprecedented Action?
In addition, current Mendocino County Supervisors should be informed that past Boards of
Supervisors have always made any changes in the hours of operation at Caspar contingent
upon approval by the Fort Bragg City Council. For example, the Board's minute orders of
October 18, 2002, shows that the "Board of Supervisors allows an increase of operational
hours at the Boonville and Caspar Solid Waste Transfer Stations contingent upon Fort Bragg
City Council concurrence." So if Caspar's hours of service were to be cut without concurrence
by the Fort Bragg City Council, as contemplated, this Board would be taking unprecedented
action. Why? Caspar's finances do not justify a cutback in hours. Remember, any profits at
Caspar will be diluted because the City will insist on a rebate check, as required by the City-
County Joint Powers Agreement. So cutting Caspar's hours of service would serve no
apparent public policy objective.
For further information about the Caspar Transfer Station, please see the memo I wrote to the
Fort Bragg City Council for its June 28 meeting.
Thank you for your time and attention to this subject. If you have any questions, please do not
hesitate to speak with me directly, by calling 961-2823. With little notice, I have provided this
information for inclusion in your Board packet. As I understand it, you will receive this on
Thursday July 8. If you have questions, I hope you will take the time to speak with me prior to
your meeting on July 13.
Again, thank you for your time, and for this opportunity to share my personal thoughts on this
matter. I expect the full city council will also want to send you a letter, once the council can
digest the entire proposal by County staff, and then draft a letter in a way that follows the
confines of California's open meeting laws.


Sincerely,




Dan Gjerde
Councilmember

cc:    Clerk of the Board
       CEO Carmel Angelo
       DOT Director Howard Dashiell
       County Counsel Janine Nadel
       MSWMA Manager Michael Sweeney
                                  CITY OF FORT BRAGG
                         416 N. FRANKLIN, FORT BRAGG, CA 95437
                          PHONE 707/961-2823 FAX 707/961-2802



MEETING DATE:                  June 28, 2010
TO:                            City Council
FROM:                          Council Member Dan Gjerde
RE:                            New Caspar Joint Powers Agreement



INTRODUCTION:

For the past several years Fort Bragg City Council members have asked the County to operate
the Caspar Transfer Station like a self-sufficient municipal enterprise. City Council members
asked the County to cease its practice of making unilateral decisions to operate the transfer
station at a deficit, and then send a request for payment to the City. In the last two years, with
leadership from Supervisors Kendall Smith and David Colfax, the County did finally take steps
to erase the Caspar station's operational deficit, although deficits still remained at the County's
smaller, less efficient transfer stations. Now in recent months, a majority of County Supervisors
have aggressively pursued contract negotiations with Solid Waste of Willits to operate all six
County transfer stations. A contract negotiated between Solid Waste of Willits, staff and
Supervisors John Pinches and John McCowen was approved by the full Board of Supervisors
on June 22. That approval, however, is contingent upon approval by the Fort Bragg City Council
of a new Caspar Joint Powers Agreement. As drafted, the new Caspar Joint Powers Agreement
does two things: 1) authorizes Solid Waste of Willits to operate Caspar with significantly higher
fees and 2) absolves the City of theoretical future deficits at the Caspar Transfer Station, as if
that were remotely possible with the proposed additional gate fees. That said, the new
agreement also: 1) does not direct any profits from the large Caspar site to benefit Caspar
customers and 2) it does not eliminate or reduce the County's biggest bill to the City for Caspar,
that being the annual landfill post-closure costs. In other words, Caspar customers will be
paying rate increases of 12% and 25% (depending on the size of their waste cans), they will
generate 50% of the revenues coming from all six transfer stations, and yet the profits from
Caspar will be split between the County's headquarters in Ukiah and Solid Waste of Willits. For
the pleasure of sending Caspar's profits to Ukiah and Willits, the City will still be on the hook to
forever pay the County for Caspar Landfill's annual post-closure costs ($36,500 in FY201 0-11).

In this memo I try to answer this question: Is this new Caspar agreement, and the County's
multiple garbage franchise agreements with SWOW that would be extended for 7 and 11 years
(for 14.5 years from this month), a good deal for the City and the County? On the whole I think
this is not a good deal, at least not for residents of Fort Bragg and for nearby residents on the
Mendocino Coast, because it would unnecessarily and unfairly charge our communities rate
increases in order to subsidize the smaller transfer stations in other parts of the County.
BACKGROUND:
During the past three years, at the request of the Fort Bragg City Council, the long-dormant
City/County Joint Coordinating Committee has met several times to discuss operational and
budget changes for the Caspar Transfer Station. The committee, consisting of Supervisors
Smith and Colfax and Mayor Doug Hammerstrom and myself, recommended a series of
changes that resulted in the Caspar Transfer Station generating and accurately reporting
revenues roughly equal to its expenses. If Caspar was to have a net cost in the future, it would
be due entirely to significant charges for administrative staff and materials over in Ukiah.
Following these budget adjustments, however, and without consultation with the City, a majority
of supervisors voted to eliminate a number of county staff positions, including the two top
administrative staff for the County's Solid Waste Division. If anything, this move alone might
have guaranteed that Caspar would not operate at a deficit in the future.
County supervisors then contracted with Mendocino Solid Waste Management Authority, a JPA
of the County and the four cities, to provide management of the County's solid waste division,
including the transfer stations. Bringing a new set of eyes to the operations, MSWMA staff told
the City/County Joint Coordinating Committee they saw further opportunities to reduce
expenses for the Solid Waste Division, and could operate the transfer stations without general
fund subsidies. MSWMA staff has had little opportunity to demonstrate its further operational
savings, however, because a majority of County supervisors has simultaneously moved very
swiftly to ask Solid Waste of Willits to take over day-to-day management of the County's six
transfer stations.
The largest of these transfer stations is the Caspar Transfer Station, which receives roughly
half of the waste stream (and revenue) sent to these six sites. As the largest facility, the
Caspar site has by far the lowest operational costs, when spread over its many customers who
are charged the same fee for dropping material at the site as county residents are charged for
dropping material at the County's smaller, less efficient transfer sites.
Caspar is not merely the most cost-efficient facility, however. Unlike the other sites, the Caspar
site is owned on a 50-50 basis with the County and the City of Fort Bragg. The entire contract
between the County of Mendocino and Solid Waste of Willits, therefore, hinges upon the
approval by the Fort Bragg City Council of a new Caspar Joint Powers Agreement.
Without the City Council's approval to change management of Caspar, the profit center of the
six sites, there is no deal between the County of Mendocino and Solid Waste of Willits for
management of any of the five remaining sites.
The County has long staked out a position that it wants the rates charged at each of the six
county- and county/city-owned transfer sites to be the same rates at each site. But Caspar
costs less to operate. So the question is, If Caspar customers do not receive a discounted rate
at the gate, what is a fair way to distribute some of Caspar's surplus revenues? Under the
County's proposal, the surplus revenues from Caspar would go to subsidize rates at the smaller
transfer sites around the County, and Caspar customers would receive nothing for their money.
Keep in mind that there are three costs for Caspar: 1) Transfer Station Operational Costs,
which until FY2009-10 always operated at a deficit, 2) Landfill Closure Costs (completed in
1992, and paid until 2020), and 3) Annual Landfill Post-Closure Costs (which the County
performs each year and charges one-half of its costs to the City).
Under the draft proposal, only the Transfer Station Operational Costs are mitigated. The City of
Fort Bragg - through its curb-side customers, who pay a surcharge on their bill - will continue
to be stuck paying for Landfill Closure debt and for the Annual Landfill Post-Closure Costs, if
the JPA agreement (and the contract) is not amended.
For example, if the new Caspar JPA agreement is signed as-is, the City of Fort Bragg will also
pay $151,119 for Landfill Closure Costs. (These funds come from a surcharge on Fort Bragg's
Waste Management customer bills, and the bili is due each year untii the debt is retired in
2020.) In addition, the City of Fort Bragg will also pay the County of Mendocino $36,500 for the
landfill's post-closure costs, for things like year-round groundwater tests. As a point of
reference, $36,500 is 59% of the total $62,000 General Fund savings the City will realize in
FY2010-11 from the COLA the Fort Bragg Police Officers Association agreed to forgo, on a
one-time basis.
With simple amendments to two paragraphs in the draft Caspar Joint Powers Authority, the Fort
Bragg City Council could do its job of ensuring a fair deai for residents of Fort Bragg and
residents of the nearby Mendocino Coast. With these amendments, the Fort Bragg City Council
can ensure that at ieast a portion of Caspar's profits would go to erase Caspar's annual post-
closure costs. The following are my suggested amendments, from page two of the draft
agreement:
2. Costs for the continuing post-closure management, maintenance and repair of the closed
Caspar solid waste landfill ig are the jeHH responsibility of County ana Gil)·. Any eesls fef
eeffeelh'e aelien wlliell are manaaleally feaefal, slale ef leeal fegulalefy aUlllefilies, wlliell
eJteeea lae Maaasial reS8Hrees already aeaieatea By Ce1::lRty aHa City fer pest elasHcs fHRetieas,
sllalllle flaia eEtually lly Gaunly ana Gily.

3. County shall manage all post-closure maintenance and monitoring of the closed Caspar solid
waste landfill (California Solid Waste Information System #23-AA-0003). Gaunly sllall flf8flafe
an annuallluagel fef flesl elesll£e ana sullmil illly June I ef eaell year Ie Gil)' fef eemmenl ana
review. If City disagrees with the I3f6136Sea Budget, City shall feEINeS! a meetiRg with Cel:lR~ ts
feselve anyaisagf8emenls. Geunly sllall sullmille Gily ana Gily sllall flay an annual inyeiee lilal
sllall flfayiae aelailea aeeumenlalien ef all ellflenailufes ana Gily ana Gaunly sllall eaelllle
f8Sflensillle fef 30% ef llle flfevieus fiseal year's flesl elesufe eJlflenailufes. Belli flarties
aeknewleage lilal unfefeseen evenls, suell as winleF steffR aamage, sliee eF eellRflse, ean eeeuF Ie
elesee lanafills ane lllal emefgeney ellflenailll£es may lle feEtuifea lilal eannellle aeeufalely
anlieiflalea in an annuailluegel.


CONCLUSION:
On a 3-2 vote, Mendocino County Supervisors are asking the Fort Bragg City Council to sign a
new Caspar Joint Powers Agreement. As written, however, I view this agreement and rate
increase as not fair to residents of Fort Bragg and as not fair to nearby residents of the
Mendocino Coast. Under the draft agreement, local residents will pay higher rates at Caspar,
and these higher rates will entirely go to subsidize five transfer stations in other parts of the
County. The Joint Powers Agreement should either be amended to prohibit any rate increase at
Caspar, or should at least eliminate the City's contribution to the annual Caspar Landfiil Closure
costs, reflecting the over-payment by customers at the Caspar Transfer Station. Or the Caspar
Joint Powers Agreement should not be approved.
At the June 22 meeting, County Executive Officer Carmel Angelo estimated the agreements
would save the County $600,000 a year. In contrast, the City is unlikeiy to save anything
because Caspar is now already a break-even operation, under the County's recently-raised
fees and scaled-back overhead. At a minimum, the contract should absolve the City of any
annual post-closure costs at Caspar. After all, this would represent just 5% of the County's total
savings from the deal, as declared by CEO Angelo. In all truth, residents of Fort Bragg and
nearby residents on the Mendocino Coast should receive much more than that.
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Board of Supervisors - SWOW


From:      "Marilyn & Rolla Ogle" <ogle1947@gmai1.com>
To:        <bos@co.mendocino.ca.us>
Date:      7171201011:10 PM
Subject:   SWOW
CC:        <browncj@pacific.net>


I am very disappointed the Fort Bragg City Council did not approve the new JPA with the
County for Solid Wastes of Willits, Inc to lease and assume operation of the County Solid
Waste Transfer Stations, especially since all requests and concerns expressed by the City of
Fort Bragg were addressed satisfactorily in the contract. This contract appears to be very
beneficial for the county, and, since SWOW was the ONLY company to submit a bid, it's
apparent this is NOT a lucrative venture. This is an excellent opportunity for the county to get
out of the solid waste transfer business and move on to the many other issues this county
faces. If I understand correctly, the Casper Transfer Station was the was the reason the 3
council members voted against the JPA. Why not let the City of Fort Bragg retain the Casper
Transfer Station and allow SWOW to assume operation of the remaining transfer stations?

If the BOS decides to ask the Fort Bragg City Council for a reconsideration, I would
recommend the county educate the council members before reconsideration. Perhaps the
coastal supervisors could use some educating too - THE COUNTY HAS NO MONEY!!!!!!! If
the transfer stations are operating at a deficit, get out of the business and be pleased that
another company is willing to service the transfer stations.

Marilyn Ogle
Planning Commissioner - District 1




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TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                             DATE:                                   June 28, 2010
FROM:               Human Resources                                                  MEETING DATE:                            July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                   Teresia Haase                PHONE: 463-4261                Present             On Call


Consent Agenda               Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                  Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Authorization to Fill County Staff Positions Submitted on Staffing Request Forms
                    by Various County Departments and as Recommended by Executive Office and
                    Human Resources.
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS:
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Pursuant to the Board of Supervisors directive that Mendocino County
Staffing Request Forms for new hires be submitted to the Board for approval, the Executive Office and
Human Resources have reviewed staffing requests submitted by various County departments on the
Mendocino County Staffing Request Form. The Human Resources and Executive Offices have reviewed,
commented and made recommendations regarding the staffing requests and submit this information for
the Board of Supervisors’ review in the attached Staffing Requests Summary table.

   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                   FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                  Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                            Budgeted in Current F/Y
 See attached Table See attached Table                              See attached Table     Yes           No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1   2    3   4                           5    All     VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                          4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: It is recommended that the Board authorize filling of positions
   as requested by various departments as per attached summary table.
   ALTERNATIVES: Do not approve recommendations and direct staff to study other options.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________        PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                           Disagree            No Opinion              Alternate           Staff Report Attached




BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                 Revised-01/09
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                              7d
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance
TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                      July 1, 2010
FROM:               Supervisor Carre Brown, Chair                                       MEETING DATE:                            July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Supervisor Brown              PHONE: 463-4221                 Present             On Call
Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item: 15 min.

   AGENDA TITLE: Mendocino County Code of Ethics and Conduct
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: The Mendocino County Code of Ethics and
   Conduct was adopted on February 14, 2006, by the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors.
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Board of Supervisors adopted the Mendocino County Code of Ethics and
   Conduct on February 14, 2006 for the purpose to set a standard of ethical conduct for its members. The
   provisions were declared to be in the best interest of the County and for the protection of the public
   interest. The Code is attached for review and discussion as a result of potential violation of its intended
   purpose by a member of the board.
      At the June 22, 2010 Board of Supervisors meeting a majority of the Board voted to adopt a contract with
   Solid Wastes of Willits, Inc. (SWOW) to Lease and Assume Operation of County Solid Waste Transfer
   Stations and Extend Current SWOW Franchised Curbside Collection Contracts to 2024; to Execute a new
   Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) with the City of Fort Bragg granting permission for the County to lease and
   contract the Caspar Transfer Station operations; and approve an Option Agreement for extension of the
   Willits Transfer Station contract. The vote (3-2) was Supervisors Brown, McCowen and Pinches in support
   with Supervisors Colfax and Smith dissenting.
      On June 28, 2010 Supervisor Kendall Smith appeared before the Fort Bragg City Council, not as a
   constituent, but in official capacity as a County supervisor to speak in opposition to a new Joint Powers
   Agreement (JPA). The Mendocino County Code of Ethics and Conduct specifically states on page 2, under
   the section entitled "Conduct of Public Meeting" that members of the board shall base decisions on all available
   facts, voting with conviction, without bias, and ultimately abiding and upholding the final majority decisions of the
   Board.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 N/A                                                                                                        Yes                No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: On June 28, 2010 Supervisor Kendall Smith appeared before the
   Fort Bragg City Council, not as a constituent, but in official capacity as a County Supervisor to speak
   in opposition to a new Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) that had been adopted by the majority vote of
   the Board of Supervisors, therefore, violating the Mendocino County Code of Ethics and Conduct.
   ALTERNATIVES: Supervisor Smith did not violate the Mendocino County Code of Ethics and
   Conduct.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________ PHONE: 463-4441

BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
                                COUNTY OF MENDOCINO
                             CODE OF ETHICS AND CONDUCT


Purpose
The citizens of the County of Mendocino are entitled to have complete confidence in the
integrity of local government and that its elected officials are responsible to the people.
The purpose of this Code of Ethics and Conduct is to set a standard of ethical conduct
for the members of the Board of Supervisors. The provisions of this Code of Ethics and
Conduct are hereby declared to be in the best interest of the County and for the
protection of the public interest. This policy is not intended to supersede or invalidate
any statute, ordinance or civil service rule or regulation.

Responsibilities of Public Office
Members of the County Board of Supervisors hold office for the benefit of the public.
The primary function of the Board of Supervisors is to establish the policies by which the
County of Mendocino is to be administered. Members shall uphold the Constitution of
the United States and State of California, the County Code and comply with the laws of
the nation, state and the county. Members are bound to observe the highest standards
of performance and to discharge faithfully the duties of their office, regardless of
personal considerations. Members shall work cooperatively to support the County’s
mission and devote time, thought and study to their duties as board members, so that
they may render effective and credible public service for the citizens of the County.
Members shall be informed of the State and Federal government activities and the
positions taken by Supervisor organizations regarding these matters.

Conduct of Members
The professional and personal conduct of members must be above reproach and avoid
even the appearance of impropriety. Members of the Board shall refrain from abusive
conduct, personal charges or verbal attacks upon the character or motives of other
members of the Board, boards and commissions, the staff or public either in public or in
closed session.
Members of the Board shall not discriminate against or harass verbally, physically or in
writing in any form, another board member, the staff or public on the basis or race,
color, gender, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, physical or mental
disability, marital status, age or political affiliation.

Respect for Process
Members of the Board shall perform their duties in accordance with processes and the
rules of procedure adopted by this Board that govern the deliberation and
implementation of public policy issues.




Adopted: February 14, 2006                                                Page 1 of 4
Conduct of Public Meetings
Members of the Board shall base decisions on all available facts, voting with conviction,
without bias, and ultimately abiding and upholding the final majority decisions of the
Board. Members shall work with fellow board members in a spirit of cooperation so all
issues, especially those which are controversial, may be debated openly and fairly,
thereby protecting the dignity of the individuals involved in the public forum and decision
making process. Members shall listen courteously and attentively to all public
discussions before the body; and focus on the business at hand. Members shall refrain
from interrupting other speakers; making personal comments not germane to the
business of the body; or otherwise interfering with the orderly conduct of meetings.

Maintaining Confidentiality of Closed Session Meetings
All matters discussed in closed session shall be kept confidential unless all members of
the Board agree not to hold such matters confidential. Matters that require reporting out
of closed session shall be made in accordance with Government Code Section 54957.1.

Professional Growth
All members shall be responsible for professional growth and diversity sensitivity by
participating in educational conferences, workshops, and training sessions offered by
local and State organizations.

Conflicts of Interest
No board member shall participate in a governmental decision in which he or she has a
close personal interest that would tend to impair the exercise of independent judgment
in the public interest. Personal, as distinguished from financial interests shall include
interests arising from blood or marriage relationships or very close personal
associations that would constitute a conflict of interest under the common law. All
aspects of conflict of interest provisions of the Political Reform Act of 1974 as amended,
including disclosure, disqualification standards, limitations on gifts, and enforcement are
applicable to Board Members. If a Board Member is disqualified as a result of a
financial conflict he/she shall do the following:

       (a) publicly identify the financial interest that gives rise to the conflict in detail
           sufficient to be understood by the public;
       (b) recuse himself/herself from discussing and voting on the matter;
       (c) leave the room until after the discussion, vote, and any other disposition of
           the matter is concluded, unless the matter is on the consent calendar;

The disqualified board member may speak on the issue during the time that the general
public speaks on the issue.

Board Members shall comply with all provisions of the Conflict of Interest Code as
adopted by the County Board of Supervisors in Resolution #04-27.




Adopted: February 14, 2006                                                 Page 2 of 4
Ethics Training
Each member of the Board of Supervisors and each elected county official shall receive
at least two hours of training in general ethics principles and ethics laws relevant to his
or her public service every two years.

“Ethics laws” include, but are not limited to, the following:
      (a)    Laws relating to personal financial gain by public servants, including, but
             not limited to, laws prohibiting bribery and conflict-of-interest laws.
      (b)    Laws relating to claiming prerequisites of office, including, but not limited
             to, gift and travel restrictions, prohibitions against the use of public
             resources for personal or political purposes, prohibitions against gifts of
             public funds, mass mailing restrictions, and prohibitions against
             acceptance of free or discounted transportation by transportation
             companies.
      (c)    Government transparency laws, including, but not limited to, financial
             interest disclosure requirements and open government laws.
      (d)    Laws relating to fair processes, including, but not limited to, common law
             bias prohibitions, due process requirements, incompatible offices,
             competitive bidding requirements for public contracts, and disqualification
             from participating in decisions affecting family members.

Each member of the Board of Supervisors and each elected county official in county
service as of January 1, 2006, except for officials whose term of office ends before
January 1, 2007, shall receive ethics training before January 1, 2007. Thereafter, each
member of the Board of Supervisors and each elected county official shall receive
ethics training at least once every two years.

Each member of the Board of Supervisors and each elected county official who
commences service with the County on or after January 1, 2006, shall receive ethics
training no later than one year from the first day of service with the county. Thereafter,
each member of the Board of Supervisors and each elected county official shall receive
ethics training at least once every two years.

A member of the Board of Supervisors or elected county official who serves more than
one local agency shall satisfy the requirements of this policy once every two years
without regard to the number of local agencies with which he or she serves.

The County Executive Officer shall maintain records indicating both of the following:

       (a) The dates that the members of the Board of Supervisors and each elected
           county official satisfied the requirements of this article.
       (b) The entity that provided the training.




Adopted: February 14, 2006                                                Page 3 of 4
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the County shall maintain these records for
at least five years after the members of the Board of Supervisors and each elected
county official receive the training. These records are public records subject to
disclosure under the California Public Records Act (Chapter 3.5 (commencing with
Section 6250) of Division 7 of Title 1).

Sexual Harassment Training
Each member of the Board of Supervisors and each elected county official responsible
for supervision of employees shall receive at least two hours of training in preventing
sexual harassment in the workplace every two years.




Adopted: February 14, 2006                                            Page 4 of 4
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                              7e
                                                                                                                  BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 30, 2010
FROM:               Supervisor Smith                                                    MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Steve Dunnicliff              PHONE: 4441                     Present             On Call

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item:

   AGENDA TITLE: Direction to Staff to Complete a Half-Cent Sales Tax Measure, Tentatively Titled
                            “The Mendocino County Vital Service Protection Measure”, to be Considered by
                            the Board of Supervisors for Placement on a County-Wide Ballot in the Regularly
                            Scheduled November, 2010 Election
   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS: None directly pertaining to this item
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: In response to persistently declining revenue streams over recent years, the
   County’s overall budget has been reduced by approximately 16%, or $33,000,000. Despite these
   efforts, a projected shortfall of $4,800,000 remains in fiscal year 2010 – 2011. The County’s ability to
   provide minimum levels of service is steadily degraded through the implementation of recent cost-
   reduction measures. We have reached a point where the issue of revenue generation is critical. Many
   County services can no longer be reduced, and further savings may now need to come from the
   complete elimination of County functions. This Board has a proactive opportunity to let the citizens of
   Mendocino County directly decide whether they are willing to support minimum levels of County
   service delivery through a half-cent increase in the sales tax. A sales tax initiative would allow the
   protection and maintenance of essential County services, such as libraries, 911 emergency response
   and public safety, road maintenance, and services for seniors and youth. It is important to note that a
   half-cent measure would also bring parity to the sales tax rate already collected within the
   incorporated cities of Ukiah, Fort Bragg, Willits, and Point Arena (8.75%) and the unincorporated
   areas of the County (currently 8.25%). August 6 is the deadline for the Elections Office to receive a
   measure for placement on the November ballot.
   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: N/A
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
                                                                                                            Yes                No
   SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                    2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: Direct staff to complete a half-cent sales tax measure, tentatively
   titled “The Mendocino County Vital Service Protection Measure”, to be considered by the Board of
   Supervisors for potential placement on a county-wide ballot in the regularly scheduled November,
   2010 election
   ALTERNATIVES: Do not direct staff to complete a measure for Board consideration; modify direction
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): Steve Dunnicliff                                              PHONE: 463-4441

BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09
              MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS                                                                             8a
                                                                                                                 BOARD AGENDA #____
              ONLINE AGENDA SUMMARY
-Arrangements for public hearings and timed presentations must be made with the Clerk of the Board in advance of public/media noticing
-Agenda Summaries must be submitted no later than noon Monday, 15 days prior to the meeting date (along with electronic submittals)
-Send 1 complete original single-sided set and 1 photocopy set – Items must be signed-off by appropriate departments and/or Co. Co.
 Note: If individual supporting document(s) exceed 25 pages each, or are not easily duplicated, please provide 7 hard-copy sets)
-Transmittal of electronic Agenda Summaries, records, and supporting documentation must be emailed to: bosagenda@co.mendocino.ca.us
-Electronic Transmission Checklist:     Agenda Summary        Records      Supp. Doc.        If applicable, list other online information below
-Executed records will be returned to the department within one week. Arrangements for expedited processing must be made in advance


TO:                 Board of Supervisors                                                DATE:                                    June 17, 2010
FROM:               Supervisor Brown                                                    MEETING DATE:                             July 13, 2010

DEPARTMENT RESOURCE/CONTACT:                    Forest Public                 PHONE:                          Present             On Call
                                                Affairs Officer               530-934-1137
                                                Tamara Schmidt

Consent Agenda                Regular Agenda                Noticed Public Hearing                    Time Allocated for Item: 15 min.

   AGENDA TITLE: Informational Presentation and Update by the Mendocino National Forest


   PREVIOUS BOARD/BOARD COMMITTEE ACTIONS:                December 11, 2007: Forest Supervisor Tom
   Contreras provided an informational presentation and introduced new District Ranger Lee Johnson.

   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Mendocino National Forest Supervisor Tom Contreras will present a brief
   update to the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors regarding the Mendocino National Forest,
   including projects, budget and issues of relevance. Additional materials will be provided during the
   presentation.




   SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
   http://fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_maintenance/upgrade.html
   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK OF THE BOARD (CHECKED BY COB IF APPLICABLE):
                                                    FISCAL IMPACT:
  Source of Funding                   Current F/Y Cost    Annual Recurring Cost                             Budgeted in Current F/Y
 N/A                                                                                               Yes          No
  SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1                     2      3      4      5      All         VOTE REQUIREMENT: Majority                      4/5ths
   RECOMMENDED ACTION/MOTION: No action is required; this is an informational presentation.

   ALTERNATIVES: To schedule the informational presentation for another date.
   CEO REVIEW (NAME): ____________________________________________________                                                 PHONE: 463-4441
RECOMMENDATION: Agree                             Disagree            No Opinion               Alternate           Staff Report Attached


BOARD ACTION (DATE: _____________): Approved     Referred to____________________ Other ________
RECORDS EXECUTED: Agreement: __________ Resolution: _________ Ordinance: ________ Other _________
                                                                                                                                    Revised-01/09

				
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