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									                          STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
                COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
             REGULAR MEETING - PLANNING AND LAND USE MATTERS
                      WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 2006, 9:00 AM
                          Board of Supervisors North Chamber
                 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 310, San Diego, California

   MORNING SESSION: - Meeting was called to order at 9:04 a.m.

   PRESENT: Supervisors Bill Horn, Chairman; Ron Roberts, Vice-Chairman; Greg Cox, Dianne Jacob,
   Pam Slater-Price; also Thomas J. Pastuszka, Clerk.

   Approval of Statement of Board of Supervisor’s Proceedings/Minutes for the meetings January 25,
   2006 and February 1, 2006

   ACTION:
   ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors
   approved the Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for the meetings of January 25, 2006 and February 1,
   2006.

   AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Horn
   ABSENT: Roberts

   Public Communication: [No Speakers]


                            Board of Supervisors’ Agenda Items

 1.      CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
         APPLICANT APPEAL OF CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL FOR NATIONAL QUARRIES
         GRANITE SAWS AND PROCESSING PLANT; MAJOR USE PERMIT MODIFICATION
         P87 061W1, BONSALL COMMUNITY PLAN AREA
         (CARRYOVER FROM 1/25/06, AGENDA NO. 1)

 2.      CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
         CROSBY ESTATES – EMERALD COVE: SPECIFIC PLAN AMENDMENT (SPA 04-003),
         REZONE (R05-003), TENTATIVE MAP (TM 5393RPL2), SITE PLAN (S04-052); SAN
         DIEGUITO COMMUNITY PLAN
         (CARRYOVER FROM 1/25/06, AGENDA NO. 2)

 3.      INITIATE REVERSION TO ACREAGE PROCEEDINGS ON COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
         TRACT NO. 4515-1, LOCATED IN JAMUL-DULZURA PLANNING GROUP AREA
         (CARRYOVER FROM 2/1/06, AGENDA NO. 6)




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 4.      NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
         PALISADES ESTATES: APPEAL OF A PLANNING COMMISSION DECISION TO DENY
         TENTATIVE MAP 5158RPL5, ADMINISTRATIVE PERMIT AD 99-007, BONSALL
         COMMUNITY PLAN AREA AND THE NORTH COUNTY METROPOLITAN
         SUBREGIONAL PLAN AREA

 5.      NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
         SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE: FORMATION OF
         UNDERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT ON SYCAMORE DRIVE, TWIN OAKS AREA OF
         SAN MARCOS

 6.      NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
         FERRY RANCH ZONE RECLASSIFICATION; R00-002, LAKESIDE COMMUNITY PLAN
         AREA

 7.      NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
         REVISIONS TO TITLE 6 OF THE COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES
         RELATING TO SMALL DRINKING WATER SYSTEM FEE ADJUSTMENTS IN THE
         DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH FOR FISCAL YEAR 2006-07
         THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2008-09

 8.      SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE SAN DIEGUITO RIVER VALLEY REGIONAL OPEN
         SPACE PARK JOINT POWERS AGREEMENT

 9.      TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 10.     RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY BY THE CITY OF
         SAN MARCOS FOR THE SOUTH SANTA FE AVENUE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

 11.     APPROVAL OF EMERGENCY WATERCOURSE GRADING PERMIT FOR SILT AND
         SAND REMOVAL FROM DESILTATION BASIN AT DE ANZA COUNTRY CLUB,
         BORREGO SPRINGS

 12.     MCCLELLAN-PALOMAR AIRPORT: RATIFY CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER TO
         COMPLETE SITE PREPARATION FOR REINSTALLATION OF FEDERAL AVIATION
         ADMINISTRATION LOCALIZER FOR INSTRUMENT GUIDED LANDINGS

 13.     ISSUE A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS AND AWARD CONTRACT FOR LANDFILL GAS
         MONITORING, AND OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE FOR LANDFILL
         MANAGEMENT

 14.     AS NEEDED CONSULTANT CONTRACT WITH COLLABORATIVE SERVICES TO
         PROVIDE COMMUNITY OUTREACH SERVICES FOR DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
         WORKS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
         [FUNDING SOURCE(S THE ROAD FUND]


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 15.     REAPPOINTMENT TO THE COUNTY’S SCIENCE ADVISORY BOARD

 16.     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
         SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE ORDERING
         DISSOLUTION OF PERMANENT ROAD DIVISION ZONE 1007 – TUMBLE CREEK
         LANE

 17.     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
         COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 4470-1: AGREEMENT TO IMPROVE MAJOR
         SUBDIVISION, JOINT LIEN CONTRACT, HOLDING AGREEMENT AND TIME
         EXTENSION LOCATED IN BORREGO SPRINGS SPONSOR GROUP AREA

 18.     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
         COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 5220-1: APPROVAL OF FINAL MAP AND
         SECURED AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS LOCATED IN
         FALLBROOK COMMUNITY PLAN AREA

 19.     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
         COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 5360-1: APPROVAL OF FINAL MAP AND
         SECURED AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS LOCATED IN
         SPRING VALLEY COMMUNITY PLAN AREA

 20.     CLOSED SESSION
         (CARRYOVER FROM 02/28/06, AGENDA ITEM NO. 31)




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1.       SUBJECT:       CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                        APPLICANT APPEAL OF CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL FOR
                        NATIONAL QUARRIES GRANITE SAWS AND PROCESSING PLANT;
                        MAJOR USE PERMIT MODIFICATION P87 061W1, BONSALL
                        COMMUNITY PLAN AREA (DISTRICT: 5)
                        (CARRYOVER FROM 1/25/06, AGENDA NO. 1)
         OVERVIEW:
         This Item was continued from the September 28, 2005 (1) Board of Supervisors Hearing and was re-
         advertised for today’s hearing.
         This is an Appeal by the applicant of the June 3, 2005 Planning Commission conditions of approval
         of a Major Use Permit Modification to allow for the continued use of the on-site granite saws and
         processing plant at the National Quarries mine at 28474 Twin Oaks Valley Road. The applicant has
         appealed condition C.11, which restricts the number of trucks hauling materials into and away from
         the National Quarries 210-acre site to 32 trucks per week and a maximum of 21 trucks on any one
         day. This restriction applies to all haul trucks, including those associated with the nonconforming
         mining operation on-site.
         The Major Use Permit for the granite saw and processing plant was approved in December 1987 for
         15 years and has since expired. This Modification to the Major Use Permit was applied for in
         November 2002, prior to the expiration of the Major Use Permit, and is now required to continue the
         operation of the granite saws and processing plant. No change or increase in activity associated with
         the saws and processing plant is proposed. The cutting and polishing of granite is operating on the
         National Quarries site within and associated with the nonconforming quarry, which has been in
         operation since about 1940. The large diamond bit circular saw was replaced in the late 1990s with
         two diamond wire saws that have improved technology and produce less noise. This use is classified
         as Mining and Processing pursuant to Section 1810 of the Zoning Ordinance and pursuant to 2825c of
         the Zoning Ordinance; approval of a Major Use Permit is required to operate the granite saws and
         processing plant within the S82 Extractive Use Regulation. The General Plan designates this site as
         (18) Multiple Rural Use. The granite saws and processing occur on Assessor’s Parcel 172-063-01,
         which comprises 68.66 acres of a larger 210.9-acre ownership. This property is located to the
         northwest of the intersection of Par Valley Drive and Twin Oaks Valley Road in the Bonsall
         Community Planning Area.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         N/A
         RECOMMENDATION:
         PLANNING COMMISSION
         Deny the Appeal and grant Major Use Permit Modification P87-061W1 which makes the appropriate
         findings and includes those requirements and conditions necessary to ensure that the project is
         implemented in a manner consistent with the Zoning Ordinance and State Law.
         DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE
         The Department concurs with the Planning Commission recommendation.



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         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board closed the
         Hearing and took action as recommended.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn


2.       SUBJECT:       CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                        CROSBY ESTATES – EMERALD COVE: SPECIFIC PLAN
                        AMENDMENT (SPA 04-003), REZONE (R05-003), TENTATIVE MAP (TM
                        5393RPL2), SITE PLAN (S04-052); SAN DIEGUITO COMMUNITY PLAN
                        (DISTRICT: 5)
                        (CARRYOVER FROM 1/25/06, AGENDA NO. 2)
         OVERVIEW:
         On January 25, 2006 (2), the Board of Supervisors continued the Hearing to March 1, 2006 at 9:00
         a.m.
         On December 14, 2005 (2), the Board of Supervisors continued the Hearing to January 25, 2006 at
         9:00 a.m.
         This is a request for an Amendment to the Santa Fe Valley Specific Plan, a Rezone, Tentative Map
         and Site Plan to allow the subdivision of approximately 8.67 acres into 30 residential lots. The
         proposed Specific Plan Amendment will allow the transfer of 8 units from Subarea II.16 to Subarea
         II.30. In addition, language will be added to the Specific Plan Text pertaining to setback
         requirements within Subarea II.30. The transfer of units increases the density of Subarea II.30
         resulting in the need to change the zoned Density Designator from 2.5 to 3.5 dwelling units per acre.
         The decrease in units allowed for Subarea II.16 results in a change to the Density Designator from “9”
         to “7”. The Rezone also proposes a change in the Setback Designator from “I” to “V”. The “V”
         Designator allows variable setbacks based on detailed building footprints illustrated on the Site Plan
         and the parameters set forth in the Specific Plan Text. The Site Plan is intended to implement design
         standards set forth by Design Special Area Regulations (“D” Designator). The project site is subject
         to the (21) Specific Plan Area Land Use Designation of the San Dieguito Community Plan and the
         zoning includes the RS.25 Single Family Residential Use Regulations. Project site is located north of
         Top of the Morning Way and west of Bing Crosby Boulevard in the Santa Fe Valley Specific Plan.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         N/A
         RECOMMENDATION:
         PLANNING COMMISSION
         1. Adopt the attached Resolution approving SPA 04-003 (Attachment C) for the Santa Fe Valley
            Specific Plan which makes the appropriate findings and includes those requirements and
            conditions necessary to ensure that the project is implemented in a manner consistent with State
            law and the County General Plan.




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         2. Adopt the attached Form of Ordinance (Attachment D)
               “AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF THE
               SANTA FE VALLEY SPECIFIC PLAN AREA IN THE SAN DIEGUITO
               COMMUNITY PLAN AREA; REF: SPA 04-003, R05-003, TM 5393RPL2, S04-
               052”
         3. Adopt the Resolution approving TM 5393RPL2 (Attachment E), which makes the appropriate
            findings and includes those requirements and conditions necessary to ensure that the project is
            implemented in a manner consistent with the Subdivision Ordinance and State law.
         4. Approve Site Plan S04-052 (Attachment F) for the reasons included in the staff report.
         DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE
         The Department of Planning and Land Use concurs with the Planning Commission recommendation.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors,
         continued the Hearing to April 5, 2006 at 9:00 a.m., to allow the applicant an opportunity to
         reevaluate the subdivision design in light of the requirements of Section 81.401 of the Subdivision
         Ordinance, and direct that the Planning Commission reconsider the matter with appropriate notice to
         neighboring landowners, and report back to the Board.
         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn


3.       SUBJECT:       INITIATE REVERSION TO ACREAGE PROCEEDINGS ON COUNTY
                        OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 4515-1, LOCATED IN JAMUL-DULZURA
                        PLANNING GROUP AREA (DISTRICT: 2)
                        (CARRYOVER FROM 2/1/06, AGENDA NO. 6)

         OVERVIEW:
         On February 1, 2006 (6), the Board of Supervisors, at the request of the Chief Administrative Officer,
         continued this item to March 1, 2006 at 9:00 a.m., on Consent.
         This is a request to initiate Reversion to Acreage Proceedings for County of San Diego Tract No.
         4515-1, Final Map No. 12662, consisting of 14 single-family residential lots, and a total acreage of
         30.57 acres. It is located in the Jamul area, on the southerly side of Campo Road, 3,590 feet westerly
         from Steele Canyon Road (Thomas Guide, Page 1292, B-1).
         Subsequent to approval of the final map for the subdivision, the California Department of
         Transportation (Caltrans) acquired right of way within the subdivision for construction of State Route
         94 (SR 94). Acquisition of right of way within the subdivision for SR 94 together with other
         conditions that have changed since the final map was approved over 15 years ago, make it infeasible
         to develop the subdivision in accordance with the approved final map.
         The Board is requested to initiate action to revert the subdivision to acreage in accordance with
         Section 66499.12 of the Subdivision Map Act.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         If approved, this request will have no fiscal or staffing impact.


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         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Initiate, by motion, proceedings to revert County of San Diego Tract No. 4515-1, Final Map No.
            12662 to acreage pursuant to Section 66499.12 of the Subdivision Map Act.
         2.   Direct Chief Administrative Officer to return in 120 days with sufficient information for the
              Board to make findings required by Section 66499.16 of the Subdivision Map Act.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board continued the Hearing
         for 90 days.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn

4.       SUBJECT:       NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                        PALISADES ESTATES: APPEAL OF A PLANNING COMMISSION
                        DECISION TO DENY TENTATIVE MAP 5158RPL5, ADMINISTRATIVE
                        PERMIT AD 99-007, BONSALL COMMUNITY PLAN AREA AND THE
                        NORTH COUNTY METROPOLITAN SUBREGIONAL PLAN AREA
                        (DISTRICT: 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         This is an appeal of a Planning Commission decision to deny a request to subdivide 383 acres into 36
         residential lots ranging from 2.19 acres to 9.68 acres and one open space lot. Denial of the project
         was based on the Planning Commission’s concern over impacts to land use and aesthetics from some
         of the proposed residences being situated along a prominent ridgeline. This project proposes lot area
         averaging pursuant to Section 4230 of the Zoning Ordinance, which allows some of the lots to be a
         minimum of two acres. The project site is subject to the (18) Multiple Rural Use Land Use
         Designation and the zoning includes the RR.25 Rural Residential Use Regulations with a minimum
         lot size of 4 acres. The project site is located easterly of the intersection of Elevado Road and
         Pleasant Heights Road in the area north and east of the City of Vista.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         N/A
         RECOMMENDATION:
         PLANNING COMMISSION
         1. Deny the appeal and adopt the Resolution denying TM 5158RPL5 (Attachment D) for the reasons
            included in the staff report.
         2. Deny the appeal and deny Administrative Permit AD 99-007 (Attachment E) for the reasons
            included in the staff report.
         DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE
         1. Grant the appeal and adopt the Resolution approving TM 5158RPL5 (Attachment F) which
            makes the appropriate findings and includes those requirements and conditions necessary to
            ensure that the project is implemented in a manner consistent with the Subdivision Ordinance
            and State law.


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         2. Grant the appeal and grant Administrative Permit AD 99-007 (Attachment G), which makes the
            appropriate findings and includes those requirements and conditions necessary to ensure that the
            project is implemented in a manner consistent with The Zoning Ordinance and State law.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board closed the
         Hearing and took action as recommended by the Department of Planning and Land Use, on Consent,
         adopting Resolution No. 06-017 entitled: RESOLUTION OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF
         SUPERVISORS APPROVING CONDITIONS FOR TENTATIVE MAP NO. TM 5158RPL5.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn


5.       SUBJECT:       NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                        SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE:
                        FORMATION OF UNDERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT ON
                        SYCAMORE DRIVE, TWIN OAKS AREA OF SAN MARCOS
                        (DISTRICT: 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         On February 1, 2006 (8), the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, setting
         Hearing for March 1, 2006 at 9:00 a.m.
         The purpose of the Underground Utility District program is to underground overhead utilities to
         benefit communities. Board Policy J-17, Undergrounding of Existing Overhead Utility Facilities,
         establishes a policy and procedure for district formation and program administration.
         This is a request to set a hearing for March 1, 2006, to form a new district, Sycamore Drive in San
         Marcos (Thomas Guide Page 1108 J-2). Establishing an Underground Utility District is a two-step
         process. This first step is adopting a resolution of intention to set a date for a public hearing. The
         second step is to adopt an ordinance forming the district at close of the public hearing.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Utility companies underground their overhead lines at their own expense. Funds for formation and
         administration of these districts are budgeted in Department of Public Works General Fund, $2,000
         current year cost, and $1,000 subsequent year cost. No additional staff years will be required.
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         Adopt ordinance:
            AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 89.301 TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF
            REGULATORY ORDINANCES TO FORM AN UNDERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT FOR
            SYCAMORE DRIVE, UNDERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 100.




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         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board closed the
         Hearing and took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 9758 (N.S.) entitled:
         AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 89.301 TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF
         REGULATORY ORDINANCES TO FORM AN UNDERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT FOR
         SYCAMORE DRIVE UNDERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 100.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn


6.       SUBJECT:       NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                        FERRY RANCH ZONE RECLASSIFICATION; R00-002, LAKESIDE
                        COMMUNITY PLAN AREA (DISTRICT: 2)
         OVERVIEW:
         This is a request for a Zone Reclassification. This Rezone will change the Special Area Regulations
         by adding the “H” (Historical/Archaeological Landmark or District) Special Area Designator over the
         historic Ferry Ranch Grant House. The application of the “H” designator is pursuant to condition
         C11(b) of Tentative Map 5147RPL that was approved by the San Diego County Planning
         Commission on December 3, 1999. The Conservation Element of the Lakeside Community Plan
         identifies the Ferry Ranch Grant House as an important historic site associated with the “Big Ranch
         Era”. Policy 7 of the Conservation Element - Environmental Goal recommends that the “H”
         Designator be applied to structures that are historically significant. The Ferry Ranch Grant House is
         identified as a historically significant structure. The project is located at 10414 Chase Creek Lane
         southwest of Oak Creek Drive in the Lakeside Community Plan Area. The site is subject to the (5)
         Residential Land Use Designation and the RS3, Single-Family Residential Use Regulations.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         None
         RECOMMENDATION:
         PLANNING COMMISSION
         1. Find, in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines, that the County of
            San Diego as a lead agency under the California Environmental Quality Act, has considered the
            environmental effects of the project as shown in the Mitigated Negative Declaration (Attachment
            C) prepared by the lead agency dated October 28, 1999 on file with the Department of Planning
            and Land Use as Environmental Review Number 98-14-031 and the “Environmental Review
            Update Checklist for Projects with a Previously Approved Environmental Document”
            (Attachment C) dated December 1, 2005 on file with the Department of Planning and Land Use
            as Environmental Review Number 98-14-031A, and concurs with its findings.
         2. Adopt the attached Form of Ordinance titled:
                “AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF CERTAIN
                PROPERTY AT 10414 CHASE CREEK LANE IN LAKESIDE, R00-002”
                (Attachment B)



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         DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE
         The Department concurs with the Planning Commission.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board closed the
         Hearing and took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 9759 (N.S.) entitled:
         AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF CERTAIN PROPERTY AT
         10404 CHASE CREEK LANE IN LAKESIDE (REF: R00-002).

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn


7.       SUBJECT:       NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                        REVISIONS TO TITLE 6 OF THE COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY
                        ORDINANCES RELATING TO SMALL DRINKING WATER SYSTEM
                        FEE ADJUSTMENTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
                        HEALTH FOR FISCAL YEAR 2006-07 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2008-
                        09 (DISTRICT: 2, 3, & 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         The small drinking water systems (less than 200 service connections) within the County of San Diego
         serve water to over 30,000 users everyday. Many of the small drinking water systems within the
         County are over 50 years old and are in critical need of infrastructure repairs and upgrades. This has
         led to an increase in the number of systems that have failed to provide pure, safe and reliable drinking
         water to their users. These conditions are putting the public health at risk.
         The Department of Environmental Health has been equally challenged with regulating and assisting
         small drinking water systems as a result of ever changing State and Federal water quality
         requirements, high turnover of system operators, inability to meet State permitting mandates, and
         insufficient staffing. In May 2005, the Department of Environmental Health reallocated one position
         in order to assign a total of two direct program staff to assist small drinking water system operators
         with the mutual challenges.
         The fees for small drinking water systems have not changed since 1993 and do not fully recover costs
         associated with providing public health services to meet minimum State and Federal mandates. The
         fees for small drinking water systems have been recalculated to directly reflect the County’s true costs
         to administer this program. A multi-year fee package that incrementally implements fee adjustments
         across three years with full cost recovery achieved in year four is being proposed. Proposed fee
         adjustments range from a 0% increase to 162% in the first year to 12% to 33% by the third year. The
         department will return to the Board in the fourth year (FY 2009-10) with a full cost recovery
         proposal.
         This is a request to approve an amendment to Title 6, Health and Sanitation, of the San Diego County
         Code of Regulatory Ordinances to adjust small drinking water system fees. If approved, these fees
         would be operative on July, 1, 2006. This is also a request for a waiver of Board Policy B-29, Fees,
         Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department Responsibility for Full Cost Recovery, to enable full cost
         recovery from the fees to be achieved over a multi year period.



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         FISCAL IMPACT:
         There is no fiscal impact in the current fiscal year. If approved, the proposed fee adjustments will
         increase Departmental fee revenue by $137,140 in FY 2006-07, $199,159 in FY 2007-08, and
         $265,173 in FY 2008-09. The full cost for the small drinking water systems services in those years
         will be $335,494, $347,992 and $360,490, respectively. A waiver of B-29 is requested as this is not
         full cost recovery the first three years of implementation. However, by FY 2009-10 the Department
         will return to the Board with proposed fees that will achieve full-cost recovery. If approved, the
         revenue will be included in the CAO’s Proposed Operational Plan for FY 2006-08. This request
         requires no additional staff years.
         BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT
         While small drinking water systems will incur the cost of adjusted fees, benefits to owners and
         operators in providing end users with pure, safe and reliable water outweigh these costs. With the
         adoption of the proposed fee adjustments, Department of Environmental Health will offer
         enhanced customer service by providing local on-site technical assistance. Department of
         Environmental Health will continue to provide assistance in achieving compliance through
         rigorous problem solving as the preferred approach and employing enforcement as a last resort.
         Inspections will focus on potential public health threats.
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Find in accordance with Section 15061(b)(3) of the State of California Environmental Quality
            Act Guidelines that it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the activity in
            question may have a significant effect on the environment and is, therefore, not subject to the
            California Environmental Quality Act.
         2. Waive Board Policy B-29: Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts – Department Responsibility for Cost
            Recovery, to enable full cost recovery for small drinking water systems services to be phased in
            over a multi-year period.
         3. Approve the introduction of the Ordinance (first reading), read title and waive further reading of
            the Ordinance.
             AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PORTIONS OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF
             REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO SMALL DRINKING WATER SYSTEM
             FEES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH FOR FISCAL YEAR
             2006-07 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2008-09
             Submit the Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption (second reading) on April 5,
             2006. Fiscal Year 2006-07 fees shall be operative on July 1, 2006.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption on
         April 5, 2006.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn



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8.       SUBJECT:       SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE SAN DIEGUITO RIVER VALLEY
                        REGIONAL OPEN SPACE PARK JOINT POWERS AGREEMENT
                        (DISTRICTS: 3 AND 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         On May 16, 1989 (56), the Board of Supervisors approved the Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement
         between the County of San Diego and the Cities of Del Mar, Escondido, Poway, San Diego, and
         Solana Beach, which created the San Dieguito River Valley Regional Open Space Park Joint Powers
         Authority. Under the terms of the agreement, these agencies would work together to protect and
         preserve sensitive lands by placing the lands in public ownership for the benefit of future generations
         in the San Dieguito River Valley.
         On July 24, 1990 (62), the Board approved the First Amendment to the Joint Exercise of Powers
         Agreement that allowed the Chief Administrative Officer to provide a County employee to perform
         the services of Executive Director of the Authority and required the Authority to reimburse the
         County for the employee’s salary. In 1991, the employee left County service and became a direct
         employee of the Authority in the position of Executive Director.
         This is a request to approve the Second Amendment to the Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement
         between the County of San Diego and the Cities of Del Mar, Escondido, Poway, San Diego, and
         Solana Beach, that allows the appointment of ex officio, non-voting advisory representatives to sit
         with the Board of Directors in open session.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         There is no fiscal impact associated with this action. Under the existing terms of the Joint Powers
         Agreement (JPA), all land owned by the Joint Powers Authority is maintained by existing budgeted
         Authority staff. Approval of the Second Amendment to the JPA will allow for the appointment of ex
         officio, non-voting advisory representatives to sit with the Board of Directors in open session. There
         will be no additional cost to the General Fund resulting from this action.
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Find that the project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant
            to CEQA Guidelines section 15320.
         2. Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to execute the Second Amendment
            to the Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement Between the County of San Diego and the Cities of
            Del Mar, Escondido, Poway, San Diego, and Solana Beach Creating the San Dieguito River
            Valley Regional Open Space Park Joint Powers Authority, that allows for the appointment of ex
            officio, non-voting advisory representatives to sit with the Board of Directors in open session
            (copy attached).
         3. Authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, or a designee, to execute future amendments to the
            Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement that involve minor or administrative changes.
         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent.
         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn


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9.       SUBJECT:      TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS
                       (DISTRICTS 1, 2 & 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         The Traffic Advisory Committee (TAC) meets every six weeks to review proposed changes or
         additions to regulatory traffic controls. Nineteen items were on the Committee's December 2,
         2005, meeting agenda. The Committee recommends your action on sixteen items, as three items
         were continued prior to the meeting. Items 2-C and 2-D were continued by the requester. Item 5-C
         was continued at the request of the Rancho Santa Fe Association. All sixteen remaining items are
         recommended for action, with two items (Items 2-F6 and 2-F7) requesting a continuance to a
         future TAC meeting.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this proposal are budgeted in the Department of Public Works Road Fund.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE
         Consider and file report including the following recommendations:
         District 1
         1-A. Briarwood Road from the south line of the SR-54 Ramps southerly to the north line of
                Sweetwater Road (a distance of .58 miles), BONITA-Direct the existing 40 MPH speed limit
                be recertified for radar enforcement.
         District 2
         2-A. Marilla Drive/Riverview Avenue and Emerald Grove Avenue, LAKESIDE-Establish an all-
                way stop control.
         2-B.   Lake Jennings Park Road, and Julian Avenue/El Monte Road, LAKESIDE- Do not place on
                the County’s traffic signal priority list.
         2-C.   This item was continued prior to the meeting by the requester.
         2-D.   This item was continued prior to the meeting by the requester.
         2-E.   Elm Street and Haverford Road, RAMONA- Change the existing yield controls to stop
                controls.
         2-F1. Jamacha Boulevard, north side, from the east line of Calavo Drive easterly 230 feet,
               RANCHO SAN DIEGO-Amend an existing parking prohibition.
         2-F2. Jamacha Boulevard, north side, from the east line of Trace Road easterly 40 feet, RANCHO
               SAN DIEGO- Establish a parking prohibition.
         2-F3. Potrero Valley Road, west side from a point 1,100 feet north of the north line of SR-94
               northerly 100 feet, POTRERO- Establish a parking prohibition.
         2-F4. Willows Road, from the east line of West Willows Overcrossing easterly to the west line of
               Viejas Grade (a distance of 0.8 miles), ALPINE-Direct the existing 45 MPH speed limit be
               recertified for radar enforcement.




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         2-F5. Apple Street, from the east line of Grand Avenue easterly to the west line of Capistrano
               Avenue/Galapago Street (a distance of 0.4 miles), SPRING VALLEY-Direct the existing 40
               MPH speed limit be recertified for radar enforcement.
         2-F6. Riverside Drive, south side, from the east line of Rio Camino easterly 120 feet, LAKESIDE-
               Continue the proposed bus loading zone to a future TAC meeting.
         2-F7. Riverside Drive, north side, from the west line of Lakeside Avenue westerly 150 feet,
               LAKESIDE- Continue the proposed bus loading zone to a future TAC meeting.
         District 5
         5-A. Via Rancho Parkway, from the Escondido City Limit westerly to the east line of Del Dios
                Highway (a distance of 2.4 miles) ESCONDIDO-Direct the existing 45 MPH speed limit to
                be recertified for radar enforcement.
         5-B.     Mission Road, from the west line of Industrial Way westerly to the east line of Iowa Street (a
                  distance of 0.7 miles) FALLBROOK-Direct the existing 35 MPH speed limit to be recertified
                  for radar enforcement.
         5-C.     This item was continued prior to the meeting at the request of the Rancho Santa Fe
                  Association.
         5-D1. Mission Road, from the east line of Industrial Way easterly to a point 450 feet east of the east
               line of Stage Coach Lane (a distance of 0.7 miles), FALLBROOK-Direct the existing 45 MPH
               speed limit to be recertified for radar enforcement.

         5-D2. Mission Road, from a point 450 feet east of the east line of Stage Coach Lane easterly to the
               north line of Old Highway 395 (a distance of 3.28 miles), FALLBROOK-Direct the existing
               45 MPH speed limit to be recertified for radar enforcement.
         5-D3. Via Monserate, east side, from the south line of Linda Vista Road southerly 950 feet,
               FALLBROOK- Establish a parking prohibition.
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
            as specified under Section 15301 of the State CEQA Guidelines.
         2.     Concur with Traffic Advisory Committee's recommendations.
         3.     Adopt, amend and/or delete the following Resolutions.
                No. 299   (Item 2-A)
                No. 301   (Items 2-F1, 2-F2, 2-F3, and 5-D3)
                No. 304   (Item 2-E)
                No. 305   (Item 2-A)
                No. 306   (Item 2-E)




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         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent, adopting the following:
         Item 2-E, Resolution No. 06-018 entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2989, RESOLUTION
                AMENDING TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 299 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
                OF ALL-WAY STOP INTERSECTIONS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO;
         Item 2-F1, Resolution No. 06-019 entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2990, RESOLUTION
                AMENDING TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 301 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
                OF NO STANDING OR PARKING ZONES IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO;
         Item 2-F2, Resolution No. 06-020 entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2991, RESOLUTION
                AMENDING TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 301 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
                OF NO STANDING OR PARKING ZONES IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO;
         Item 2-F3, Resolution No. 06-021 entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2992, RESOLUTION
                AMENDING TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 301 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
                OF NO STANDING OR PARKING ZONES IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO;
         Item 5-D3, Resolution No. 06-022 entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2993, RESOLUTION
                AMENDING TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 301 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
                OF NO STANDING OR PARKING ZONES IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO;
         Item 2-E, Resolution No. 06-023 entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2994, RESOLUTION
                AMENDING TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 304 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
                OF STOP INTERSECTIONS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO;
         Item 2-A, Resolution No. 06-024 entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2995, RESOLUTION
                AMENDING TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 305 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
                OF THROUGH HIGHWAYS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, and
         Item 2-E, Resolution No. 06-025 entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2996, RESOLUTION
                AMENDING TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 306 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
                OF YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY INTERSECTIONS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO.
         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn


10.      SUBJECT:       RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY
                        BY THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS FOR THE SOUTH SANTA FE AVENUE
                        IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (DISTRICT: 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         The City of San Marcos is contemplating the construction of a road improvement project along South
         Santa Fe Avenue near the boundary between the City and the County. Construction of the proposed
         improvements on the project will cross outside the San Marcos boundary and affect property lying
         within the County’s unincorporated area. In accordance with California Streets and Highways Code,
         Section 1810, the City must obtain the consent of the County prior to the acquisition of the necessary
         right-of-way within the County.


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         This is a request for the Board of Supervisors to approve a resolution authorizing the City of San
         Marcos to acquire real property located in the unincorporated area of the County of San Diego, for
         purposes of widening portions of South Santa Fe Avenue between Bosstick Boulevard and Smilax
         Road (Thomas Guide, Page 1108, C4).
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         There is no fiscal impact associated with this request.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1.  Find that the Environmental Impact Report for the South Santa Fe Road Widening Project,
             SCH No. 1999061053, on file in the Department of Public Works, has been completed in
             compliance with California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and State and County
             CEQA Guidelines, that the decision-making body has reviewed and considered the
             information contained therein prior to approving the project, and that the Environmental
             Impact Report reflects the independent judgment and analysis of the Board of Supervisors;
             and
               Find that there are no changes in the project or in circumstances under which it is undertaken
               which involve significant new environmental impacts which were not considered in the
               previously certified Environmental Impact Report, dated June 16, 2004 (8), or a substantial
               increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects, and that no new information
               of substantial importance has become available since the Environmental Impact Report was
               prepared.
         2.    Adopt the resolution entitled Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of the County of San
               Diego Consenting to the Acquisition by the City of San Marcos of Real Property in the
               Unincorporated Area of San Diego County for the Purposes of Widening of South Santa Fe
               Avenue.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 06-026 entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE
         BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO CONSENTING TO THE
         ACQUISITION BY THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE
         UNINCORPORATED AREA OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSES OF WIDENING
         OF SOUTH SANTA FE AVENUE.
         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn

11.      SUBJECT:       APPROVAL OF EMERGENCY WATERCOURSE GRADING PERMIT
                        FOR SILT AND SAND REMOVAL FROM DESILTATION BASIN AT DE
                        ANZA COUNTRY CLUB, BORREGO SPRINGS (DISTRICT 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         Heavy rains in the Eastern portion of the county resulted in flashfloods, mud and debris slides in the
         Borrego Springs area. In response to this the De Anza Country Club has requested the County issue
         an Emergency Watercourse Grading Permit to remove approximately 90,000 cubic yards of silt and


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         sand from a desiltation basin that is near capacity. Without expedited removal of material from the
         desiltation basin, additional runoff from expected winter storms could damage low-lying homes and
         property adjacent to the basin.
         The desiltation basin is located at the De Anza Country Club, in close proximity to the De Anza
         Villas subdivision and De Anza Golf Estates near Borrego Springs Road in Borrego Springs.
         (Thomas Guide Page 1058, F-5)
         This is a request to authorize the Director, Department of Public Works, to issue an Emergency
         Watercourse Grading Permit to remove deposited sedimentary material to prevent damage to homes
         and property.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         If approved, there will be no fiscal impact to the County. The cost to remove the accumulated
         material will be paid entirely by the De Anza Country Club.
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
            as specified under Section 15269(b) of State CEQA Guidelines, because the project consists of
            emergency repairs necessary to protect the public health, safety or welfare.
         2.   Find that an emergency warranting immediate removal of sediment exists on private property in
              the vicinity of De Anza County Club in Borrego Springs.
         3.   Authorize the Director of the Department of Public Works to issue an Emergency Watercourse
              Grading Permit pursuant to Section 87.606 of the San Diego County Code of Regulatory
              Ordinance, valid for a term of 12 months, for removal of sedimentary deposits for the De Anza
              County Club desiltation basin.
         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent.
         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn


12.      SUBJECT:       MCCLELLAN-PALOMAR AIRPORT: RATIFY CONTRACT CHANGE
                        ORDER TO COMPLETE SITE PREPARATION FOR REINSTALLATION
                        OF FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION LOCALIZER FOR
                        INSTRUMENT GUIDED LANDINGS (DISTRICT: 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         The McClellan-Palomar Airport serves two commercial airlines and is one of the busiest general
         aviation airports in the nation. On the morning of January 24, 2006, an aircraft accident destroyed the
         Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) localizer at the west end of the airport runway. The localizer
         enables instrument approaches during inclement weather, when visual approach is impracticable.
         Without instrument approaches, during inclement weather both private and commercial flights must
         be cancelled or diverted to other airports.



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         The FAA owns, and is replacing, the localizer and has requested County assistance to expedite
         installation by preparing the site. This work includes grading, paving and concrete work. The County
         has a contractor, West Coast General, on site constructing a new runway safety area and a detention
         basin. West Coast General has expertise, manpower and equipment to perform the localizer site
         preparation work, and agreed to do so under a contract change order.
         On February 8, 2006, the County Chief Administrative Officer approved a change order for up to
         $500,000 to complete the localizer site preparation work. The work was commenced immediately,
         and was 70 percent complete when this item was placed on the Board’s agenda. Use of West Coast
         General a sole source via change order is justified and reasonable because the contractor had
         equipment and labor on site that could be mobilized immediately. The urgency of the need precluded
         formal bidding for the work. In addition, it is important that the aviation-use areas of the airport be
         managed as efficiently as possible, and having one contractor on site prevents conflicts and
         congestion.
         The change order was executed utilizing contract contingency funding available in the runway safety
         area and detention basin project. The FAA will reimburse and replenish contract contingency for the
         site preparation work. This is a request to amend the Airport Enterprise Fund Spending Plan to add
         up to $500,000 in the existing contract, pending FAA reimbursement.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         The change order was executed utilizing contract contingency funding in the runway safety area and
         detention basin contract. The FAA will reimburse and replenish contract contingency for the site
         preparation work. This is a request to establish up to $500,000 in the runway safety area (Phase I) and
         detention basin contract pending the FAA reimbursement. There will be no subsequent year costs
         and no additional staff years required.
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Find, in accordance with California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15269, that
            site preparation work for localizer re-installation at McClellan Palomar Airport is statutorily
            exempt from CEQA because it consists of emergency repairs to a publicly-owned facility
            necessary to maintain service essential to safety.
         2.   In accordance with Board Policy A-87, ratify the major construction contract change order
              approved by the Chief Administrative Officer on February 8, 2006, for up to $500,000, to
              complete site preparation work for installation of a Federal Aviation Administration localizer at
              McClellan Palomar Airport, and waive notice requirement.
         3.   Amend the Airport Enterprise Fund spending plan by adding up to $500,000 to the McClellan-
              Palomar Airport runway safety area and detention basin contract based on (and pending) Federal
              Aviation Administration reimbursement for site preparation work related to localizer installation.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent.
         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn




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13.      SUBJECT:       ISSUE A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS AND AWARD CONTRACT FOR
                        LANDFILL GAS MONITORING, AND OPERATION AND
                        MAINTENANCE FOR LANDFILL MANAGEMENT (DISTRICT: ALL)
         OVERVIEW:
         The Department of Public Works Landfill Management is required by federal, State and local rules
         and regulations to monitor and control landfill gas emissions at its inactive landfill sites. In
         compliance with these regulations, the County installed and maintains landfill gas control systems at
         ten inactive landfill sites. Maintenance and operation of systems has been performed by a consultant
         contract since 1996. The existing contract will expire on June 30, 2006.
         This is a request to authorize issuance of a request for proposals to obtain a contractor to monitor gas
         emissions and operate and maintain landfill gas control systems at the County’s inactive landfill sites.
         Once the proposals are received, the Department of Purchasing and Contracting will subsequently
         award a contract for Landfill Gas Emission Control services, scheduled to begin in July 1, 2006.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for the proposal will be budgeted in the proposed Fiscal Year 2006-07 Landfill Management
         budget. Funding sources for future year expenditures are the Environmental Trust Fund and the
         Hillsborough Landfill Maintenance Fund. If approved, this request will result in no current year cost.
          Staff anticipates a cost of $1,622,000 in Fiscal Year 2006-07, and approximately the same amounts,
         adjusted for inflation, in subsequent years. Because of the variable nature of operating requirements,
         annual costs may vary. No additional staff years will be required. This request will have no impact
         on the County General Fund.
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Find that the proposed activity is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act
            (CEQA) as specified under CEQA Guidelines Section 15060 (c)(3) because it is an
            administrative action and not a project as defined in Section 15378 of the State CEQA
            Guidelines.
         2. In accordance with Section 401 et seq. of the County Administrative Code, authorize the
            Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a Competitive Solicitation and
            negotiate and award a contract to acquire operation and maintenance services for landfill gas
            monitoring operations and maintenance for the Department of Public Works, Landfill
            Management, and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price,
            award a contact for a term of four years and up to $8.5 million, with two optional years, subject
            to the approval of the Director of Public Works.
         3. Designate the Director, Department of Public Works, as the County Officer responsible for
            administering the contract.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn



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14.      SUBJECT:       AS NEEDED CONSULTANT CONTRACT WITH COLLABORATIVE
                        SERVICES TO PROVIDE COMMUNITY OUTREACH SERVICES FOR
                        DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
                        PROJECTS (DISTRICT: ALL)
         OVERVIEW:
         The Department of Public Works has a need for a consultant to provide community outreach services
         on an as-needed basis for various public works improvement projects. The consultant will develop a
         strategy and implement an action plan for community outreach to encourage public participation and
         support. Through these efforts, the consultant will facilitate timely preparation of plans,
         environmental documentation, right of way acquisition, and construction of capital improvement
         projects.
         Public agencies in California are required to use a Qualifications Based Selection method to contract
         for architectural, engineering, environmental and other professional services. This method requires
         such services be procured on the basis of demonstrated competence and qualifications for types of
         services to be performed at a fair and reasonable cost. Board Policy F-40, Procuring Architectural,
         Engineering and Related Professional Services, describes the County’s method for Qualifications
         Based Selection. Three consultant firms were interviewed and Collaborative Services was found to be
         the most competent and qualified to perform this service. In accordance with this policy,
         Collaborative Services, Inc. of San Diego was selected to provide community outreach services.
         This is a request for approval of an agreement with Collaborative Services, Inc. to provide
         community outreach services on an as-needed basis in support of various public works projects.
         Compensation for these services shall not exceed $250,000. The agreement will terminate February
         28, 2009, or when funds are exhausted or services are no longer required, whichever shall occur first.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this request are budgeted in the Department of Public Works Detailed Work Program.
         Costs will be offset by appropriate funding source within the Road Fund as they are incurred. If
         approved, this request will result in a current year cost of approximately $50,000 and approximately
         $100,000 annually over the next two years. It will require no additional staff years.
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Find that the proposed action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
            as specified under Section 15060(c)(3) of the State CEQA Guidelines because it is not a project
            as defined by Section 15378 of the Guidelines.
         2. Find that the services can be provided more economically and efficiently by the proposed
            independent contractor than by persons employed in the Classified Service.
         3. Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute (upon receipt) three originals of an
            agreement with Collaborative Services, Inc., to provide community outreach services on an as-
            needed basis for compensation not to exceed $250,000. Agreement will terminate February 28,
            2009, or when funds are exhausted or services are no longer required, whichever shall occur first,
            with option to extend termination date by written mutual agreement if original funding remains
            available.



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         4. Designate the Director, Department of Public Works, as County Officer responsible for
            administering the agreement.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn


15.      SUBJECT:       REAPPOINTMENT TO THE COUNTY’S SCIENCE ADVISORY BOARD
                        (DISTRICT: ALL)
         OVERVIEW:
         On April 14, 1992 (45), the Board of Supervisors established the Science Advisory Board. The
         Science Advisory Board is authorized eleven members. Currently, there is one seat whose term will
         expire in the near future. This action will result in the reappointment of one current member for a
         three year term.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         N/A
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         Reappoint Dr. Mark Thiemens for a three year term on the Science Advisory Board, term to expire
         March 1, 2009.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn

16.      SUBJECT:       ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                        SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE:
                        ORDERING DISSOLUTION OF PERMANENT ROAD DIVISION ZONE
                        1007 – TUMBLE CREEK LANE (DISTRICT: 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         On February 1, 2006 (9), the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent,
         introducing Ordinance for further consideration and adoption on March 1, 2006.
         Permanent Road Division Zone No. 1007 – Tumble Creek Lane in the Fallbrook area was formed
         November 9, 1999 (15) (Thomas Guide, Page 1028, A-3). Initial road improvements and subsequent
         maintenance have been completed, and zone property owners have decided to dissolve the zone and
         fund any future road maintenance, via their recently formed homeowners association, without a
         district zone. Action requested today is approval of a resolution to dissolve the zone and repeal the
         Ordinance authorizing collection of benefit charges within the boundaries of Zone 1007.


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         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
         Adopt ordinance entitled:
            AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL ORDINANCE NO. 9131 (NEW SERIES) WHICH PROVIDES
            A PROCEDURE FOR FIXING AND COLLECTING CHARGES ON THE TAX ROLL FOR
            ROAD SERVICES PROVIDED BY SAN DIEGO COUNTYWIDE PERMANENT ROAD
            DIVISION NO. 1000, ZONE 1007 – TUMBLE CREEK LANE.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board closed the
         Hearing and took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 9760 (N.S.) entitled:
         AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL ORDINANCE NO. 9131 (NEW SERIES) WHICH PROVIDES A
         PROCEDURE FOR FIXING AND COLLECTING CHARGES ON THE TAX ROLL FOR ROAD
         SERVICES PROVIDED BY SAN DIEGO COUNTYWIDE PERMANENT ROAD DIVISION NO.
         1000, ZONE NO. 1007 – TUMBLE CREEK LANE.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn

17.      SUBJECT:       ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                        COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 4470-1: AGREEMENT TO
                        IMPROVE MAJOR SUBDIVISION, JOINT LIEN CONTRACT, HOLDING
                        AGREEMENT AND TIME EXTENSION LOCATED IN BORREGO
                        SPRINGS SPONSOR GROUP AREA (DISTRICT: 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         County of San Diego Tract 4470-1 (Map 12750) is a subdivision consisting of 95 single-family
         residential lots, 2 private street lots, 5 recreational lots and a total of 30.9 acres. This project is
         located in the Borrego Springs area on the north side of Palm Canyon Drive, approximately one-half
         mile east of Di Giorgio Road. (Thomas Guide, Page 1058 (B-2 & C-2)
         This project is being brought before the Board for approval of Agreement to Assume Joint Agreement
         to Improve Major Subdivision, Joint Lien Contract and Holding Agreement Number 1131 and to extend
         time to complete subdivision improvements.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         N/A
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Approve and authorize Clerk of the Board to execute Agreement to Assume Joint Agreement to
            Improve Major Subdivision, Joint Lien Contract and Holding Agreement No. 1131, and forward
            document to County Recorder for recordation. (Attachment B)
         2. Extend to May 23, 2008, the performance completion date for County of San Diego Tract 4470-1,
            Final Map 12750.




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         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent.
         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn

18.      SUBJECT:        ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                         COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 5220-1: APPROVAL OF FINAL
                         MAP AND SECURED AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
                         IMPROVEMENTS LOCATED IN FALLBROOK COMMUNITY PLAN
                         AREA (DISTRICT: 5)
         OVERVIEW:
         This project is a subdivision consisting of 20 single-family residential lots on a total of 16.19 acres. It
         is located in the Fallbrook Community Plan area, northeast corner of Brooke Road and Camino De
         Nog (Thomas Guide, Page 1027, J-6).
         This project is being brought before the Board for approval of final map and secured agreement for
         public and private improvements.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         N/A
         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Approve this map and accept on behalf of the public, subject to improvements, that portion of
            Brooke Road together with the right to extend and maintain drainage facilities and excavation and
            embankment slopes beyond the limits of the right-of-way as dedicated on said map.
         2.   Approve and authorize Clerk of the Board to execute Agreement to Improve Major Subdivision,
              which includes street and drainage improvements, water and sewer facilities and setting of final
              monuments (Attachment B).

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent.
         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn

19.      SUBJECT:        ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                         COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 5360-1: APPROVAL OF FINAL
                         MAP AND SECURED AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
                         IMPROVEMENTS LOCATED IN SPRING VALLEY COMMUNITY PLAN
                         AREA (DISTRICT: 2)
         OVERVIEW:
         This project is a subdivision consisting of a 1 lot condominium with 22 dwelling units on a total of
         1.54 acres. It is located in the Spring Valley area, at the northwest corner of Bancroft Drive and
         Lamar Street. (Thomas Guide, Page 1271, A-6, 2005 Edition).


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         This project is being brought before the Board for approval of final map and secured agreement for
         public and private improvements.
         FISCAL IMPACT:
         N/A

         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
         1. Approve this map.
         2.   Accept a portion of Bancroft Drive (SA 950.2) together with the right to extend and maintain
              drainage facilities, excavation and embankment slopes beyond the limits of said right of way as
              dedicated on said map.
         3.   Accept the right to extend and maintain drainage facilities, excavation and embankment slopes
              beyond the limits of Lamar Street as dedicated on said map.
         4.   Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to execute the Agreement to
              Improve Major Subdivision, which includes the street improvements and drainage facilities, and
              water facilities. (Attachment B).
         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board took action as
         recommended, on Consent.

         AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn

20.      SUBJECT:          CLOSED SESSION (DISTRICT: ALL)
                           (Carryover from 02/28/06, Agenda Item No. 31)
         OVERVIEW:
         A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
            (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
            County of San Diego v. William Bohorquez, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No.
            GIN 041789-1
         B.    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
               (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
               County of San Diego v. Don Cruickshank, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No.
               GIN 041787-1
         C.    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
                (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
               County of San Diego v. John Doran, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No. GIN
               041779-1
         D.    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
                (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
               County of San Diego v. Michael B. Parker, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No.
               GIN 041729-1



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         E.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
               (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              County of San Diego v. Allan J. Pateman, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No.
              GIN 041728-1
         F.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
               (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              Southern States Police Benevolent Assoc., Inc. v. Protective Apparel Corporation of
              America; Case No. 05012961 (Circuit Court of 17th Judicial District, Broward County, Florida)
         G.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
              Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code
              section 54956.9: (Number of Potential Cases – 1)
         H.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
               (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              Air Pollution Control District and Department of Environmental Health v. Sempra Energy, etc.,
              et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No. GIE 028660
         I.   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS
               (Government Code section 54957.6)
               Designated Representatives: Carlos Arauz, Susan Brazeau, Lynette Mercado and Lyn Bell
              Employee Organizations: All
         ACTION:
         County Counsel reported the following matters:
         Item 20-D; County of San Diego v. Michael B. Parker; San Diego Superior Court No. GIN
         041729-1; in closed session on Tuesday, February 28, 2006, the Board of Supervisors authorized
         settlement of this eminent domain action by payment of the sum of $130,000.

    There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 10:08 a.m.


                                       THOMAS J. PASTUSZKA
                                    Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
                                  County of San Diego, State of California


    Consent: Kellogg
    Discussion: Hall
    NOTE: This Statement of Proceedings sets forth all actions taken by the County of San Diego
    Board of Supervisors on the matters stated, but not necessarily the chronological sequence in
    which the matters were taken up.




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