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									                          STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
                COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
             REGULAR MEETING - PLANNING AND LAND USE MATTERS
                   WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2003, 9:00 AM
                          Board of Supervisors North Chamber
                 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 310, San Diego, California


 MORNING SESSION: - Meeting was called to order at 9:05 a.m.

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

 Approval of Board of Supervisors Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for the meeting of January 29,
 2003.

 ACTION:
 ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of Supervisors approved
 the Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for the meetings of January 29, 2003.

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


                      Board of Supervisors’ Agenda Items
 1.       AMENDMENTS TO THE COUNTY CODE TO REQUIRE OWNERS TO DISCLOSE
          INFORMATION ABOUT AGRICULTURE IN THE COUNTY
          (CARRYOVER FROM 12/11/02, AGENDA NO. 4)

 2.       NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
          HICKS TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP TPM 20448RPL2 PENDELTON DELUZ
          SUBREGION PLAN

 3.       TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

 4.       APPROPRIATION TRANSFERS FOR PERMANENT ROAD DIVISIONS AND
          COUNTY SERVICE AREAS FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND REPAIR COSTS
          (4 VOTES)

 5.       FALLBROOK COMMUNITY AIRPARK – AHM, LLC – NEW AVIATION LEASE
          FOR FIXED BASED OPERATOR
          (4 VOTES)

 6.       FALLBROOK COMMUNITY AIRPARK – L18 AIRPARK, INC. – NEW AVIATION
          LEASE
          (4 VOTES)


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 7.       CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER TO HANSON SJH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY TO
          COMPLETE 2002/2003 ROAD RESURFACING PROJECT
          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): GAS TAX]

 8.       ACCEPTANCE OF DONATION OF FOUR ELECTRIC VEHICLES FOR THE
          DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION; AND AUTHORIZATION TO
          APPLY FOR AND ACCEPT GRANT FUNDS FROM THE INSTITUTE OF MUSEUM
          AND LIBRARY SERVICES

 9.       APPLICATION FOR AND ACCEPTANCE OF U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
          PROTECTION AGENCY FUNDING FOR GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM
          EDUCATION
          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY]

 10.      ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
          COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 5271-1: APPROVAL OF FINAL MAP AND
          SECURED AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS
          LOCATED IN THE LAKESIDE COMMUNITY PLAN AREA

 11.      ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
          CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
          SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE:
          REVISIONS TO TITLE 6 OF THE COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY
          ORDINANCES RELATING TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, UNDERGROUND
          STORAGE TANK AND MEDICAL WASTE FEE ADJUSTMENTS IN THE
          DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH FOR FISCAL YEAR 2002-03
          THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2005-06

 12.      ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
          SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCES:
          DISSOLUTION OF SAN DIEGO COUNTYWIDE PERMANENT ROAD DIVISION
          NO. 1000, ZONE NO. 104A - ARTESIAN TRAIL IN THE COMMUNITY OF
          RANCHO SANTA FE AND ZONE NO. 131 - MARLYNN COURT IN THE
          COMMUNITY OF ESCONDIDO

 13.      CONTINUE LOCAL EMERGENCY FOR DAMAGING CONDITIONS CAUSED BY
          THE BARK BEETLE INFESTATION IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY

 14.      APPROVAL OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE
          CODE AND THE COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING
          TO MOBILEHOME PARKS AND SPECIAL OCCUPANCY PARKS

 15.      CLOSED SESSION
          (CARRYOVER FROM 2/11/03 AGENDA ITEM NO. 18)

 16.      PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS


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1.        SUBJECT:          AMENDMENTS TO THE COUNTY CODE TO REQUIRE
                            OWNERS TO DISCLOSE INFORMATION ABOUT
                            AGRICULTURE IN THE COUNTY (DISTRICT: ALL)
                            (CARRYOVER FROM 12/11/02, AGENDA NO. 4)

          OVERVIEW:
          On June 11, 2002 (28), the Board of Supervisors, at the request of Supervisor Jacob, directed
          the Chief Administrative Officer and County Counsel to prepare amendments to the County
          Code to require owners of property in an agricultural area to disclose to potential buyers the
          possible issues which may arise from owning property near an agricultural operation. On
          December 11, 2002 (4) this item was continued to February 12, 2003 at the request of the
          Chief Administrative Officer to allow for further stakeholder input.

          Proposed amendments to San Diego County Code Sections 63.401 and 63.404 have been
          prepared, reviewed and include input from the San Diego County Farm Bureau, San Diego
          Association of Realtors, and the North San Diego County Association of Realtors. These
          amendments require owners to notify prospective purchasers of property in the
          unincorporated area that agricultural operations are located throughout the unincorporated
          area, may be located nearby and may cause conditions that occupants of the property find to
          be irritating or unpleasant.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          There is no fiscal impact related to this proposal.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          Approve the introduction of the Ordinance (first reading), read title and waive further
          reading of the Ordinance.

                 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 63.401 AND 63.404 OF
                 THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE RELATING TO NOTIFICATION
                 BY PROPERTY OWNERS OF CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH
                 AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS

          Submit the Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption (second reading) on
          March 5, 2003.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further
          consideration on March 5, 2003.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn




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2.        SUBJECT:          NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                            HICKS TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP TPM 20448RPL2
                            PENDELTON DELUZ SUBREGION PLAN (DISTRICT: 5)

          OVERVIEW:
          The project is a minor subdivision application in the Pendelton-Deluz Subregional Plan and
          proposes to subdivide 82.8 acres into 4 Parcels and a Designated Remainder Parcel ranging
          between 4 and 57 acres in size. The project site is zoned A70, Limited Agriculture (1
          dwelling unit/2 or 4 acres) Use Regulation and is located within the (17) Estate Residential
          (1 dwelling unit/2 or 4 acres) and (18) Multiple Rural (1 dwelling unit/4, 8 or 20 acres) Land
          Use Designations.

          On August 7, 2002 (1), the Board of Supervisors granted a six month extension to allow the
          applicant additional time to complete all the necessary documentation for processing the
          minor subdivision application. The applicant was directed to work with the County and the
          Chief Administrative Officer was directed to return the project to the Board in six months,
          noting that no further extensions would be granted.

          To date, the applicant has not completed all the necessary documentation for processing the
          Tentative Parcel Map.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Adopt the Final Notice of Decision denying TPM 20448RPL2 for the reasons included in
          said decision and in the staff report.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors at the request of Supervisor Horn continued the Hearing to August 13, 2003,
          at 9:00 a.m., on Consent.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn


3.        SUBJECT:          TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS
                            (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The Traffic Advisory Committee (TAC) meets every six weeks to review proposed changes
          or additions to regulatory traffic controls. Fourteen items were on the Committee's
          December 6, 2002, meeting agenda. The Committee recommends your action on 13 items, as
          1 item was continued prior to the meeting. Item 5-B was continued at the request of the
          Rancho Santa Fe Association. All 13 remaining items are recommended for action, with two
          of these items recommended for continuance.

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          On December 11, 2002 (11), the Board directed the issue of establishing a parking
          prohibition along both sides of Golf Drive, from Foursome Drive to Lakeview Drive, be
          continued to the February 12, 2003 Board meeting to allow staff the opportunity to address
          concerns raised by a property owner. As a result of a recent field meeting between several
          property owners and staff, re-consideration by the TAC was deemed appropriate to allow
          exploration of alternatives which would provide parking in certain areas on Golf Drive.
          Therefore, staff requests this matter be referred back to the TAC for additional review.
          On September 18, 2002 (6), the Board directed the issue of establishing a parking
          prohibition along both sides of Golf Drive, from Foursome Drive to Lakeview Drive, be
          referred to the Spring Valley Community Planning Group for review and comment. The
          Spring Valley Community Planning Group recommended establishment of a parking
          prohibition along both sides of Golf Drive from Foursome Drive to Lakeview Drive. This
          recommendation is consistent with the TAC recommendation.

          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 2
          2-A.     Camino Paz and Brookside Circle/Citradora Drive, CASA DE ORO-Establish an
                   interim all-way stop control. Direct the proposed interim all-way stop control be
                   brought back one year after its installation to determine if significant improvement
                   in the existing operating conditions were accomplished.

          2-B.    Camino Paz from Campo Road northerly to Brookside Circle/Citradora Drive-
                  Establish a through highway.
          2-C.    Edgewood Drive/Grandview Drive from Bancroft Drive to Resmar Road-Establish
                  a 35 MPH speed limit. Direct the proposed 35 MPH speed limit be certified for
                  radar enforcement.
          2-D.    Austin Drive and Via Orange, SPRING VALLEY-Do not establish an all-way stop
                  control. Do not place this intersection on the County’s Traffic Signal Priority List.
          2-E.    Austin Drive/Del Rio Road and Calavo Drive, SPRING VALLEY-Establish an all-
                  way stop control. The Committee requests the proposed all-way stop control
                  installation be brought back one year after its installation to determine its impact on
                  the existing operating conditions.
          2-F.    Austin Drive from Sweetwater Springs Boulevard to Calavo Drive-Establish a 40
                  MPH speed limit. Direct the proposed 40 MPH speed limit be certified for radar
                  enforcement.
          2-G.    Ramona Avenue and Chestnut Street, SPRING VALLEY-Change the existing yield
                  controls, facing east and west bound motorists on Chestnut Street, to stop controls.



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          2-H.      Brockway Street and Rockview Street, EL CAJON-Do not establish a stop
                    control for northbound motorists on Rockview Drive.
          2-I1.     San Carlos Drive, both sides, from a point 240 feet south of Loma Rancho Drive
                    southerly 60 feet, SPRING VALLEY-Establish a parking prohibition for 1 hour
                    in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon to coincide with the start and
                    dismissal times for the nearby elementary school.
          District 5

          5-A.      La Granada and El Tordo, RANCHO SANTA FE-Establish an all-way stop control.

          5-B.      This item was continued prior to the meeting at the request of the Rancho Santa Fe
                    Association.
          5-C.      Old Castle Road from Champagne Boulevard to Lilac Road, VALLEY CENTER-
                    Continue the proposed 7-ton weight limitation to the January 24, 2003 TAC
                    meeting.

          5-D1. Alturas Street, both sides, from a point 20 north of Sancado Terrace southerly
                340 feet, FALLBROOK-Establish a parking prohibition in accordance with
                recent actions recommended by the planning group.
          All Districts
          6-A.     Revise Ordinance for the Installation of Roadway Design Features that Limit
                   Entry to or Exit from a Road-Continue proposed revisions to the March 7, 2003
                   TAC meeting.
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find, pursuant to Section 15301 I of the State California Environmental Quality Act
             (CEQA) Guidelines, that these regulatory traffic issues are minor alterations to existing
             streets that involves no expansion of an existing use.

          2.      Concur with Traffic Advisory Committee’s recommendations.

          3.      Adopt, amend and/or delete the following Resolutions.
                    No. 299 (Items 2-A, 2-E and 5-A)
                    No. 301 (Items 2-I1 and 5-D1)
                    No. 304 (Items 2-G)
                    No. 305 (Items 2-B, 2-E and 5-A)
                    No. 306 (Item 2-G)

          4.      Approve the introduction, read title and waive further reading of the following
                  Ordinances (Item 2-C and 2-F).

                    AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 72.160.10. TO THE SAN DIEGO
                    COUNTY CODE RELATING TO TRAFFIC REGULATIONS IN THE
                    COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO


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                  AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 72.163.70. TO THE SAN DIEGO
                  COUNTY CODE RELATING TO TRAFFIC REGULATIONS IN THE
                  COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO

               Submit for further Board consideration and adoption (second reading), on March 5,
               2003.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinances for further
          consideration on March 5, 2003, and adopting Resolutions:

          No. 03-025, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2817 RESOLUTION AMENDING
          TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO.299 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ALL-
          WAY STOP INTERSECTIONS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO,

          No. 03-026, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2818 RESOLUTION AMENDING
          TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO.299 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ALL-
          WAY STOP INTERSECTIONS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO,

          No. 03-027, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2819 RESOLUTION AMENDING
          TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO.299 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ALL-
          WAY STOP INTERSECTIONS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO,

          No. 03-028, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2820 RESOLUTION AMENDING
          TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO.301 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NO
          STANDING OR PARKING ZONES IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO,

          No. 03-029, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2821 RESOLUTION AMENDING
          TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO.301 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NO
          STANDING OR PARKING ZONES IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO,

          No. 03-030, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2822 RESOLUTION AMENDING
          TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO.304 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF STOP
          INTERSECTIONS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO,

          No. 03-031, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2823 RESOLUTION AMENDING
          TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO.305 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
          THROUGH HIGHWAYS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO,

          No. 03-032, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2824 RESOLUTION AMENDING
          TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO.305 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
          THROUGH HIGHWAYS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO,




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          No. 03-033, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2825 RESOLUTION AMENDING
          TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO.305 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
          THROUGH HIGHWAYS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, and

          No. 03-034, entitled: TRAFFIC RESOLUTION NO. 2826 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, Roberts, Horn


4.        SUBJECT:          APPROPRIATION TRANSFERS FOR PERMANENT ROAD
                            DIVISIONS AND COUNTY SERVICE AREAS FOR
                            EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND REPAIR COSTS
                            (DISTRICT: 2, 3, 5)

          OVERVIEW:
          Department of Public Works Special Districts staff administers funding and maintenance of
          roads in 76 Permanent Road Divisions, as well as 20 various-purpose County Service Areas
          located primarily in orth and ast County. n this moderate l i o year, weather experts
          predict storms this spring could impact roads and services in the County’s special districts.

          Actions are proposed to put the districts in the best possible position to quickly fund any
          repair work caused by storm events. In the case of County Service Area Fire Districts with
          reserve funds, the additional money will provide them with more flexibility to deal with the
          cost associated with responding to storm events.

          Many special districts have money in their reserve accounts and fund balance that could be
          used for emergency repairs. This is a proposal to make those funds immediately available
          through appropriation transfers so that repair work for these Permanent Road Division Zones
          and County Service Areas could proceed immediately and not be delayed by the processes
          required to make the funds available. For those districts without sufficient monies,
          procedures are in place to initiate a mailed ballot proceeding within days to authorize a loan.
          Upon ballot approval, these districts would be in a position to borrow funds under the
          financing option allowed under both Permanent Road Division Law and County Service
          Area Law.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The re uested action will transfer appropriations totaling            to ma e l i o storm-
          related emergency repairs possible for 78 County Permanent Road Divisions and County
          Service Areas. Funding for appropriation transfers is in each district’s Capital Reserve
          and/or in Fund Balance. The ballot cost of $0.70 per parcel is available in current year
          budgets. If approved, this request will result in no additional current year cost and require
          the addition of no staff years.




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          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1.  Find, pursuant to Section 15060(c)(3) of the California Environmental Quality Act
              Guidelines, that the requested action is not a project as defined in Section 15378.

          2.    Authorize initiation of a mailed ballot proceeding to all districts in need of borrowing
                funds to finance identified storm damage repairs.

          3.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 6 - Pauma Valley in the amount of $70,723.
                (4 VOTES)

          4.    Establish appropriations of $70,723 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 6 - Pauma Valley, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          5.    Establish appropriations of $52,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 6 – Pauma Valley Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          6.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 8 – Magee Road in the amount of $87,609.
                (4 VOTES)

          7.    Establish appropriations in the amount of $87,609 in Department of Public Works
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 8 – Magee Road, based on fund balance made
                available by reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4VOTES)

          8.    Establish appropriations of $67,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 8 – Magee Road Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          9.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 9B – Harris Annex in the amount of $38,214.
                (4 VOTES)

          10.   Establish appropriations $38,214 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 9B – Harris Annex, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation (4 VOTES)

          11.   Establish appropriations of $12,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 9B – Harris Annex Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          12.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 10 – Davis Drive in the amount of $4,999.
                (4 VOTES)




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          13.   Establish appropriations of $4,999 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 10 – Davis Drive, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          14.   Establish appropriations of $3,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 10 – Davis Drive Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          15.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 11A – Bernardo Lane in the amount of $395.
                (4 VOTES)

          16.   Establish appropriations of $395 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 11A – Bernardo Lane, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          17.   Establish appropriations of $15,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 11A – Bernardo Lane Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          18.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 11C – Felicita Lane in the amount of $32,437.
                (4 VOTES)

          19.   Establish appropriations of $32,437 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 11C – Felicita Lane, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation (4 VOTES)

          20.   Establish appropriations of $3,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 11C – Felicita Lane Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          21.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 11D – Cimarron Terrace in the amount of $757.
                (4 VOTES)

          22.   Establish appropriations of $757 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 11D – Cimarron Terrace, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          23.   Establish appropriations of $10,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 11D – Cimarron Terrace Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          24.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 12 – Lomair in the amount of $89,242.
                (4 VOTES)




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          25.   Establish appropriations of $89,242 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 12 – Lomair, based on fund balance made available by reduction of
                the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          26.   Establish appropriations of $36,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 12 – Lomair Special Maintenance fund for emergency repairs,
                based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          27.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 13A – Pala Mesa in the amount of $55,335.
                (4 VOTES)

          28.   Establish appropriations of $55,335 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 13A –Pala Mesa, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          29.   Establish appropriations of $85,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 13A – Pala Mesa Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          30.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 13B – Stewart Canyon in the amount of $26,828.
                (4 VOTES)

          31.   Establish appropriations of $26,828 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 13B – Stewart Canyon, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          32.   Establish appropriations of $14,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 13B – Stewart Canyon Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          33.   Establish appropriations of $1,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 14 – Rancho Diego Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          34.   Establish appropriations of $8,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 16 – Wynola, Special Maintenance fund for potential emergency
                repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          35.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 18 – Harrison Park in the amount of $122,736.
                (4 VOTES)

          36.   Establish appropriations of $122,736 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 18 – Harrison Park, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)




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          37.   Establish appropriations $60,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 18 – Harrison Park Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          38.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 20 – Daily Road in the amount of $13,877.
                (4 VOTES)

          39.   Establish appropriations of $13,877 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 20 – Daily Road based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          40.   Establish appropriations of $97,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 20 – Daily Road Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          41.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 22 – West Dougherty Street in the amount of
                $12,978. (4 VOTES)

          42.   Establish appropriations of $12,978 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 22 – West Dougherty Street, based on fund balance made available
                by reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          43.   Establish appropriations of $3,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 22 – West Dougherty Street Special Maintenance Fund for
                potential emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          44.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone 23 – Rock Terrace in the amount of $1,000.
                (4 VOTES)

          45.   Establish appropriations of $1,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division 23 – Rock Terrace, based on fund balance made available by reduction of the
                Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          46.   Establish appropriations of $2,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 23 – Rock Terrace Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          47.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for County
                Service Area No. 26A – Cottonwood in the amount of $58,084. (4 VOTES)

          48.   Establish appropriations of $58,084 in Department of Public Works County Service
                Area No. 26A – Cottonwood, based on fund balance made available by reduction of
                the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          49.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for County
                Service Area No. 26B – Monte Vista in the amount of $146,105. (4 VOTES)



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          50.   Establish appropriations of $146,105 in Department of Public Works County Service
                Area No. 26B – Monte Vista, based on fund balance made available by reduction of
                the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          51.   Establish appropriations of $45,000 in Department of Public Works County Service
                Area No. 26B – Monte Vista Special Maintenance fund for potential emergency
                repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          52.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 30 – Royal Oak/Carroll Lane in the amount of
                $24,482. (4 VOTES)

          53.   Establish appropriations of $24,482 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No 30 – Royal Oak/Carroll Lane, based on fund balance made
                available by reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          54.   Establish appropriations of $5,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 30 – Royal Oak/Carroll Lane Special Maintenance fund for
                potential repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          55.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 38 – Gay Rio Terrace in the amount of $12,556.
                (4 VOTES)

          56.   Establish appropriations of $12,556 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 38 – Gay Rio Terrace, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          57.   Establish appropriations of $15,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 38 – Gay Rio Terrace Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          58.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 39 – Sunbeam Lane in the amount of $3,466.
                (4 VOTES)

          59.   Establish appropriations of $3,466 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 39 – Sunbeam Lane, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          60.   Establish appropriations of $2,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 39 – Sunbeam Lane Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          61.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 45 – Rincon Springs Road in the amount of
                $1,579. (4 VOTES)




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          62.   Establish appropriations of $1,579 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 45 – Rincon Springs Road, based on fund balance made available
                by reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          63.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 46 – Rocoso Road in the amount of $2,850.
                (4 VOTES)

          64.   Establish appropriations of $2,850 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 46 – Rocoso Road, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          65.   Establish appropriations of $11,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone 46 – Rocoso Road Special Maintenance fund for potential emergency
                repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          66.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 49 – Sunset Knolls Road in the amount of
                $8,020. (4 VOTES)

          67.   Establish appropriations of $8,020 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 49 – Sunset Knolls Road, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          68.   Establish appropriations of $5,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 49 – Sunset Knolls Road Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          69.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 50 – Knoll Park Lane in the amount of $56,352.
                (4 VOTES)

          70.   Establish appropriations of $56,352 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 50 – Knoll Park Lane, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          71.   Establish appropriations of $16,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 50 – Knoll Park Lane Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          72.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 53 - Knoll Park Lane Extension in the amount of
                $91,460. (4 VOTES)

          73.   Establish appropriations of $91,460 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 53 – Knoll Park Lane Extension, based on fund balance made
                available by reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)




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          74.   Establish appropriations of $41,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 53 – Knoll Park Lane Extension Special Maintenance fund for
                potential emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          75.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 55 - Rainbow Crest in the amount of $63,540.
                (4 VOTES)

          76.   Establish appropriations of $63,540 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 55 – Rainbow Crest, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          77.   Establish appropriations of $103,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 55 – Rainbow Crest Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          78.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 60 – River Drive in the amount of $4,696.
                (4 VOTES)

          79.   Establish appropriations of $4,696 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 60 – River Drive, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          80.   Establish appropriations of $7,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 60 – River Drive Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          81.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 61 – Green Meadow Way in the amount of
                $133,283. (4 VOTES)

          82.   Establish appropriations of $133,283 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 61 – Green Meadow Way, based on fund balance made available
                by reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          83.   Establish appropriations of $23,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 61 – Green Meadow Way Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          84.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No 63 – Hillview Road in the amount of $139,117.
                (4 VOTES)

          85.   Establish appropriations of $139,117 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 63 – Hillview Road, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)




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          86.   Establish appropriations of $170,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 63 – Hillview Road Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          87.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 64 – Lila Lane in the amount of $400.
                (4 VOTES)

          88.   Establish appropriations of $400 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone 64 – Lila Lane, based on fund balance made available by reduction of
                the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          89.   Establish appropriations of $1,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 64 – Lila Lane Special Maintenance fund for potential emergency
                repairs, based on fund balance. (4- VOTES)

          90.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 70 – El Camino Corto in the amount of $17,691.
                (4 VOTES)

          91.   Establish appropriations of $17,691 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 70 – El Camino Corto, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          92.   Establish appropriations of $10,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 70 – El Camino Corto Special Maintenance fund for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          93.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 75A – Gay Rio Drive in the amount of $91,067.
                (4 VOTES)

          94.   Establish appropriations of $91,067 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 75A – Gay Rio Drive, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          95.   Establish appropriations of $31,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 75A – Gay Rio Drive Special Maintenance for potential
                emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          96.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                Permanent Road Division Zone No. 75B – Gay Rio Drive in the amount of $116,311.
                (4 VOTES)

          97.   Establish appropriations of $116,311 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                Division Zone No. 75B - Gay Rio Drive, based on fund balance made available by
                reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)




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          98.    Establish appropriations of $63,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
                 Division Zone No. 75B – Gay Rio Drive Special Maintenance fund for potential
                 emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          99.     Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                 Permanent Road Division Zone No. 76 – Kingsford Court in the amount of $7,705.
                 (4 VOTES)

          100. Establish appropriations of $7,705 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 76 – Kingsford Court, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          101. Establish appropriations of $4,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 76 – Kingsford Court Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          102. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 77 – Montiel Truck Trail in the amount of
               $35,505. (4 VOTES)

          103. Establish appropriations of $35,505 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 77 – Montiel Truck Trail, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          104. Establish appropriations of $41,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 77 – Montiel Truck Trail Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          105.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                 Permanent Road Division Zone No. 78 - Gardena Way in the amount of $71,505.
                 (4 VOTES)

          106. Establish appropriations of $71,505 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 78 – Gardena Way, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          107. Establish appropriations of $17,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 78 – Gardena Way Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          108. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 80 – Harris Trail in the amount of $108,689.
               (4 VOTES)

          109. Establish appropriations of $108,689 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 80 – Harris Trail, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)




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          110. Establish appropriations $40,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 80 – Harris Trail Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          111. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for County
               Service Area No. 86 – Watson Place in the amount of $5,847. (4 VOTES)

          112. Establish appropriations of $5,847 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 86 – Watson Place, based on fund balance made available by reduction of
               the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          113. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 88 – East Fifth Street in the amount of $34,067.
               (4 VOTES)
          114. Establish appropriations of $34,067 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 88 –East Fifth Street, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          115. Establish appropriations of $1,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 88 – East Fifth Street Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          116. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 90 – South Cordoba in the amount of $23,881.
               (4 VOTES)

          117. Establish appropriations of $23,881 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 90 – South Cordoba, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          118. Establish appropriations of $12,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 90 – South Cordoba Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          119. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 94 – Roble Grande in the amount of $184,126.
               (4 VOTES)

          120. Establish appropriations of $184,126 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 94 – Roble Grande, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          121. Establish appropriations of $81,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 94 – Roble Grande Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          122. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 95 – Valle Del Sol in the amount of $87,234.
               (4 VOTES)



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          123. Establish appropriations of $87,234 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 95 – Valle Del Sol, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          124. Establish appropriations of $25,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 95 – Valle Del Sol Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          125. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 99 – Via Allondra/Del Corvo in the amount of
               $8,647. (4 VOTES)

          126. Establish appropriations of $8,647 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 99 – Via Allondra/Del Corvo based on fund balance made
               available by reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          127. Establish appropriations of $20,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 99 – Via Allondra/Del Corvo Special Maintenance fund for
               potential emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          128.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                 Permanent Road Division Zone No. 100 – Viejas View Lane in the amount of $4,363.
                 (4 VOTES)

          129. Establish appropriations of $4,363 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 100 – Viejas View Lane, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          130. Establish appropriations $5,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 100 – Viejas View Lane Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          131.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                 Permanent Road Division Zone No. 101 – Johnson Lake in the amount of $81,212.
                 (4 VOTES)

          132. Establish appropriations of $81,212 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 101 – Johnson Lake, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          133. Establish appropriations of $1,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 101 – Johnson Lake Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          134.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                 Permanent Road Division Zone No. 101A – Hi Ridge in the amount of $19,648.
                 (4 VOTES)




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          135. Establish appropriations of $19,648 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 101A – Hi Ridge, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          136. Establish appropriations of $2,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 101A – Hi Ridge Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          137.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                 Permanent Road Division Zone No. 102 – Mt. Meadow in the amount of $14,098.
                 (4 VOTES)

          138. Establish appropriations of $14,098 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 102 – Mt. Meadow, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          139. Establish appropriations of $56,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 102 – Mt. Meadow Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          140.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                 Permanent Road Division Zone No. 103 – Alto Drive in the amount of $77,586.
                 (4 VOTES)

          141. Establish appropriations of $77,586 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 103 – Alto Drive, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          142. Establish appropriations of $22,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 103 – Alto Drive Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          143.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                 Permanent Road Division Zone No. 104 – Artesian Road in the amount of $135,241.
                 (4 VOTES)

          144. Establish appropriations of $135,241 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 104 – Artesian Road, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          145. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 104A – Artesian Trail in the amount of $11,306.
               (4 VOTES)

          146. Establish appropriations of $11,306 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 104A – Artesian Trail, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)




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          147. Establish appropriations of $3,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 104A – Artesian Trail Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          148.    Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
                 Permanent Road Division Zone No. 105 – Alta Loma Drive in the amount of $16,309.
                 (4 VOTES)

          149. Establish appropriations of $16,309 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 105 – Alta Loma Drive, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          150. Establish appropriations of $12,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 105 – Alta Loma Drive Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          151. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 105A – Alta Loma Drive in the amount of
               $12,045. (4 VOTES)

          152. Establish appropriations of $12,045 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 105A – Alta Loma Drive, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          153. Establish appropriations of $10,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 105A – Alta Loma Drive Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          154. Establish appropriations $36,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 106 – Garrison Way Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          155.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for County
                 Service Area No. 107 – Elfin Forest in the amount of $52,952. (4 VOTES)

          156. Establish appropriations of $52,952 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 107 – Elfin Forest, based on fund balance made available by reduction of the
               Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          157.   Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for County
                 Service Area No. 109 – Mount Laguna in the amount of $2,886. (4 VOTES)

          158. Establish appropriations of $2,886 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 109 – Mount Laguna, based on fund balance made available by reduction of
               the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          159. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for County
               Service Area No. 110 – Palomar Mountain in the amount of $38,614. (4 VOTES)




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          160. Establish appropriations of $38,614 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 110 – Palomar Mountain, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation (4 VOTES)

          161. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for County
               Service Area No. 111 – Boulevard in the amount of $8,627. (4 VOTES)

          162. Establish appropriations of $8,627 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 111 – Boulevard, based on fund balance made available by reduction of the
               Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          163. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for County
               Service Area No. 113 – San Pasqual in the amount of $23,578. (4 VOTES)

          164. Establish appropriations of $23,578 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 113 – San Pasqual, based on fund balance made available by reduction of
               the Capital Reserve Designation (4 VOTES)

          165. Establish appropriations $50,000 in Department of Public Works County Service Area
               No. 115 – Pepper Drive Special Department Expense Contingency fund for potential
               increased emergency response activity, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          166. Establish appropriations of $13,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 117 – Legend Rock Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          167. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for County
               Service Area No. 122 – Otay Mesa East in the amount of $5,088. (4 VOTES)

          168. Establish appropriations of $5,088 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 122 – Otay Mesa East, based on fund balance made available by reduction
               of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          169. Establish appropriations of $27,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 122 – Otay Mesa East Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          170. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 123 – Mizpah Lane in the amount of $8,747.
               (4 VOTES)

          171. Establish appropriations of $8,747 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 123 – Mizpah Lane Special Maintenance fund based on fund
               balance made available by reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          172. Establish appropriations of $850 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 123 – Mizpah Lane Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)




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          173. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone 125 – Wrightwood Road in the amount of $1,060.
               (4 VOTES)

          174. Establish appropriations of $1,060 in Department of Public works Permanent Road
               Division Zone 125 – Wrightwood Road, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          175. Establish appropriations of $15,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 125 – Wrightwood Road Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          176. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 126 - Sandhurst Way in the amount of $10,434.
               (4 VOTES)
          177. Establish appropriations of $10,434 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 126 – Sandhurst Way, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          178. Establish appropriations of $5,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 126 – Sandhurst Way, Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          179. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 127 – Singing Trails in the amount of $7,212.
               (4 VOTES)

          180. Establish appropriations of $7,212 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 127 – Singing Trails, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          181. Establish appropriations of $5,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 127 – Singing Trails Special maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          182. Establish appropriations of $9,000 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 129 – Birch Street Special Maintenance fund for potential emergency
               repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          183. Establish appropriations of $1,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 131 – Marlynn Court Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          184. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 133 – Ranch Creek Road in the amount of
               $17,161. (4 VOTES)




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          185. Establish appropriations of $17,161 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 133 – Ranch Creek Road, based on fund balance made available
               by reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          186. Establish appropriations $5,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 133 – Ranch Creek Road Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          187. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 134 – Kenora Lane in the amount of $14,056.
               (4 VOTES)

          188. Establish appropriations of $14,056 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 134 – Kenora Lane, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          189. Establish appropriations of $9,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 134 – Kenora Lane Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          190. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 136 – Sundance Detention Basin in the amount of
               $51,335. (4 VOTES)

          191. Establish appropriations of $51,335 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 136 – Sundance Detention Basin, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          192. Establish appropriations of $1,000 in Department of Public Works County Service
               Area No. 136 – Sundance Detention Basin Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          193. Establish appropriations of $6,935 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 1001 – Capra Way Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          194. Establish appropriations of $4,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 1002 – Sunny Acres Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          195. Establish appropriations of $3,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 1003 – Alamo Way Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          196. Establish appropriations of $3,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 1004 – Butterfly Lane Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)



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          197. Authorize Chief Financial Officer to reduce Capital Reserve Designation for
               Permanent Road Division Zone No. 1007 – Tumble Creek in the amount of $7,640.
               (4 VOTES)

          198. Establish appropriations of $7,640 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 1007 – Tumble Creek, based on fund balance made available by
               reduction of the Capital Reserve Designation. (4 VOTES)

          199. Establish appropriations of $14,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 1008 – Canter Road Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          200. Establish appropriations of $7,000 in Department of Public Works Permanent Road
               Division Zone No. 1009 – Golf Drive Special Maintenance fund for potential
               emergency repairs, based on fund balance. (4 VOTES)

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn


5.        SUBJECT:          FALLBROOK COMMUNITY AIRPARK – AHM, LLC – NEW
                            AVIATION LEASE FOR FIXED BASED OPERATOR
                            (DISTRICT: 5)

          OVERVIEW:
          Fallbrook Community Airpark is a 288-acre airport located on Mission Road approximately
          1.5 miles south of Fallbrook. The Airpark is equipped with runway lighting, hangars and tie-
          down areas.

          In March 2002, County Airports issued a Request for Proposal for a fixed-based operator to
          locate on a 5.31-acre site at Fallbrook Community Airpark. Staff reviewed proposals
          submitted and selected AHM, LLC dba Aircraft Hangar Management because of its
          business management, industrial development, hangar development, and financial
          experience. In addition to paying monthly rent, AHM, LLC will construct improvements
          over the next five years that will enhance services for the flying public at Fallbrook Airpark.

          This is a request to approve a lease with AHM, LLC for 6.16 acres at Fallbrook Airpark.
          AHM, LLC plans to construct an aboveground, self-serve fuel facility, a maintenance
          hangar/office, 42 box hangars, 11 tie downs, and ancillary parking. The proposed lease has a
          commencement date of March 1, 2003 and an expiration date of February 28, 2033. Funds
          from leases of airport property are deposited into the Airport Enterprise Fund, which is used
          to improve safety and security at airports. All improvements will revert to the County at
          lease expiration.




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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          This request will result in additional revenue to the Airport Enterprise Fund. Funding source
          for the additional revenue is rental payments from the lessee under terms of the new lease
          agreement. If approved, this request will result in current year lease revenue of $7,080 (four
          months at $300/acre for 5.9 acres), and $21,240 during Fiscal Year 2003-04 and will require
          no additional staff years.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find that the Mitigated Negative Declaration on file in the Department of Planning and
             Land Use for the Fallbrook Community Airpark Major Use Permit Modification, P-63-
             120W6, Log No. 93-2-23, has been adopted in compliance with the 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 Mitigated Negative Declaration reflects the
             independent judgment and analysis of the Planning Commission.

          2.   Find that there are no changes in the project or the circumstances under which it is
               undertaken which involve significant new environmental impacts which were not
               considered in the previously adopted Mitigated Negative Declaration, or a substantial
               increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects, and that no new
               information of substantial importance has become available since said Mitigated
               Negative Declaration was prepared.

          3.   Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute, upon receipt, three copies of
               the Aviation Lease with AHM, LLC. (4 VOTES)

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

6.        SUBJECT:          FALLBROOK COMMUNITY AIRPARK – L18 AIRPARK, INC.
                            – NEW AVIATION LEASE (DISTRICT: 5)

          OVERVIEW:
          Fallbrook Community Airpark is a 288-acre airport located on Mission Road approximately
          1.5 miles south of Fallbrook. The Airpark is equipped with runway lighting, hangars and tie-
          down areas.

          In March 2001, County Airports issued a Request for Proposal for an aviation business at
          Fallbrook Community Airpark. Staff reviewed proposals submitted for this leasehold and
          selected L18 Airpark, Inc. because of its business management, industrial development, and
          financial experience. In addition to paying monthly rent, L18 Airpark, Inc. will construct
          improvements that will enhance services for the flying public at Fallbrook Airpark.


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          This is a request to approve a lease with L18 Airpark, Inc. for 4.48 acres at Fallbrook
          Airpark. L18 Airpark, Inc. plans to build approximately 48 shade hangars, 5,000 square
          feet of aviation storage, and ancillary parking. The proposed lease has a commencement
          date of June 1, 2003 and an expiration date of May 31, 2033. Funds from leases of airport
          property are deposited into the Airport Enterprise Fund, which is used to improve safety
          and security at airports. All improvements will revert to the County at lease expiration.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          This request will result in additional revenue to the Airport Enterprise Fund. Funding source
          for the additional revenue is rental payments from the lessee under terms of the new lease
          agreement. If approved, this request will result in current year lease revenue of $1,233 (one
          month at $300/acre for 4.11 acres) and $14,796 during Fiscal Year 2003-04 and will require
          no additional staff years.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find that the Mitigated Negative Declaration on file in the Department of Planning and
             Land Use for the Fallbrook Community Airpark Major Use Permit Modification, P-63-
             120W6, Log No. 93-2-23, has been adopted in compliance with the 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 Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND)
             reflects the independent judgment and analysis of the Planning Commission.

          2.   Find that there are no changes in the project or the circumstances under which it is
               undertaken which involve significant new environmental impacts which were not
               considered in the previously adopted Mitigated Negative Declaration, or a substantial
               increase in the severity of previously identified significant effects, and that no new
               information of substantial importance has become available since said Mitigated
               Negative Declaration was prepared.

          3.   Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute, upon receipt, three copies of
               the Aviation Lease with L18 Airpark, Inc. (4 VOTES)

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn




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7.        SUBJECT:          CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER TO HANSON SJH
                            CONSTRUCTION COMPANY TO COMPLETE 2002/2003
                            ROAD RESURFACING PROJECT (DISTRICT: 2)

          OVERVIEW:
          On February 6, 2002 (7), the Board authorized advertisement of a countywide road
          resurfacing contract. The bid was structured with additive alternates to allow the County to
          maximize the number of critical road segments that could be resurfaced with available funds.
          The County received favorable bids for this work due to economy of scale and awarded a
          contract to Hanson SJH Construction Company in the amount of $9,338,000 for the base bid
          plus several of the additive alternates. On May 21, 2002 (33), the Board authorized
          additional appropriations in the amount of $2,222,940, making it possible to execute a
          change order to add road segments identified in the additive alternates that had not been
          previously awarded. During the course of the contract it also became necessary to utilize
          approximately $500,000 of the contract capacity to resurface a critical Private Road Division
          (PRD) roadway using the PRD’s budgeted funds. As a result several road segments in the
          original project scope were not resurfaced.

          This year, with the anticipated reduction in the Governor’s Traffic Congestion Relief
          funding, the Department of Public Works expects less funding available for resurfacing.
          Staff anticipates that a new, smaller contract to complete the intended road resurfacing
          would result in unit costs much higher than already established in the current contract and
          would not enable the work to be done within available funds. It would be more fiscally
          responsible to add these road segments to the current contract as a change order.

          Requested action would result in a change order adding funds totaling $505,860 budgeted in
          the current year to resurface the road segments that were originally scheduled for resurfacing
          last year. This will bring the total construction contract to $12,066,800 including
          contingency.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          This request is budgeted in the Department of Pubic Works Detailed Work Program.
          Funding Source is Gas Tax. If approved, this action will result in a current year cost of
          $505,860, no subsequent year cost and will require no additional staff years.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find that the asphalt resurfacing project consists of maintenance of existing facilities in
             accordance with Section 15301 of CEQA Guidelines, and is categorically exempt from
             the provisions of CEQA.

          2.   Approve and authorize the Director, Department of Public Works, to issue a change
               order to the Contract with Hanson SJH Construction Company adding $505,860 for
               resurfacing of road segments.




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          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn



8.        SUBJECT:          ACCEPTANCE OF DONATION OF FOUR ELECTRIC
                            VEHICLES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND
                            RECREATION; AND AUTHORIZATION TO APPLY FOR AND
                            ACCEPT GRANT FUNDS FROM THE INSTITUTE OF
                            MUSEUM AND LIBRARY SERVICES (DISTRICTS: 2 AND 3)

          OVERVIEW:
          The Department of Parks and Recreation is requesting ratification of the acceptance of
          donation of four additional electric utility vehicles to be used in various County Parks. In
          addition, the proposed action includes a request to ratify an application for grant funds, and
          authorization to accept funding, if awarded, to continue an educational program at Los
          Peñasquitos Adobe.

          GEMcar Utility Vehicles
          The Department of Parks and Recreation is requesting authorization from the Board of
          Supervisors to accept a donation of four electric-powered vehicles to be used in various park
          facilities operated by the Department. This is in addition to the previous authorization to
          accept four electric powered vehicles approved by the Board on December 4, 2002 (10).

          The National Park Service arranged for the donation of over 500 GEMcar electric
          powered vehicles to state and local park agencies in California. Manufactured by Global
          Electric Motors, a subsidiary of DaimlerChrysler, these zero-emission vehicles are
          approved for use on public roads and have a maximum speed of 25 miles per hour. The
          Department of Parks and Recreation was originally allocated four vehicles, however a
          total of eight were subsequently donated. The Department will use the GEMcars in
          various parks to assist in day-to-day operations, including park patrols and transporting
          personnel and supplies. This requested action will authorize the Department of Parks and
          Recreation to accept the donation of the four additional GEMcar utility vehicles with a
          combined value of $34,780. This is a total amount based on list price, however,
          according to Fleet Management in the Department of General Services, the County has
          purchased these vehicles in the past for $3,000 each.

          Institute of Museum and Library Services
          The Learning Opportunities funding program made available through the Institute of
          Museum and Library Services in Washington, DC, will encourage museums to invest in their
          abilities to use their collections, exhibits, and services to strengthen learning in schools,
          homes and in partnership with other community organizations. The goal of Learning
          Opportunities funding is to provide museums across the country with a unique opportunity to


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          advance their capacity to serve a wider and more diverse public through education,
          partnership and/or technology. Applicants will define how funding relates to their
          institution's strategic agendas in the critical area of public service.

          The program being proposed for funding is the ongoing La Vida del Rancho Education
          Program at Los Peñasquitos Adobe. La Vida del Rancho is currently a successful
          enrichment program that has been serving third and fourth grade students for the past 8
          years. The content is designed to meet California Standards for California and Local history.
           The goal of this project is to acquire paid seasonal staff to expand and enhance existing
          programs, both in quantity and quality. The application deadline for this grant proposal did
          not allow sufficient time to receive Board authorization before submitting the application.
          The proposed action will ratify the previously submitted application for grant funds in the
          amount of $45,592, and authorize acceptance of funding, if awarded.

          This program is consistent with the Department of Par s and Recreation’s Business Plan as
          well as the Rancho Los Peñasquitos Interpretive Master Plan. La Vida del Rancho program
          carries out the Mission of the Department to educate California children about the history of
          their state.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          GEMcar Utility Vehicles
          The proposed action will result in the acceptance of four donated electric vehicles which will
          be under manufacturer’s warranty for one year. After that the County will be responsible for
          maintenance of the vehicles which would result in approximately $1,200 annually. Funding
          for maintenance will be included in the Department of Parks and Recreation annual budget.
          There will be no additional cost to the General Fund resulting from this action.

          Institute of Museum and Library Services Grant Program
          The proposed action will result in the ratification of the application for grant funds in the
          amount of $45,592 for La Vida del Rancho Educational Program at Los Peñasquitos Adobe.
           If funding is awarded the grant requires an equal match of $45,592. If awarded, the match
          will be provided with in-kind services in the form of volunteer labor, existing budgeted
          seasonal staff time, and student program user fees totaling approximately $81,576 over the
          three-year grant program.
          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Ratify the acceptance of the donation of four electric utility vehicles valued at
             $34,780 (based on list price) from Global Electric Motors by the Department of
             Parks and Recreation.

          2.   Ratify the previously submitted application and accept grant funds, if awarded, for the
               La Vida del Rancho Educational Program at Los Peñasquitos Adobe from the Institute
               of Museum and Library Services Learning Opportunities Grant Program.




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          3.   Appoint the Director, Department of Parks and Recreation, as agent of the County of
               San Diego to conduct all negotiations, execute and submit all documents which may be
               necessary for the completion of the acceptance of the utility vehicles and the proposed
               Learning Opportunities Grant.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn


9.        SUBJECT:          APPLICATION FOR AND ACCEPTANCE OF U.S.
                            ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY FUNDING FOR
                            GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM EDUCATION
                            (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          A San Diego Area “Green Business Program” wor group has been initiated to promote the
          value of environmental stewardship as a means to enhance business development and
          community health in the San Diego region. The Green Business Program is a collaborative
          partnership of government agencies, professional associations, utilities, businesses and a
          concerned public.

          The Department of Environmental Health requests Board authorization to apply to the U.S.
          Environmental Protection Agency for funding in the amount of $10,000 from the
          Environmental Education Grants Program for Fiscal Years 2003-04 and 2004-05, and accept
          the funds if awarded. The funds will be used in support of the Green Business Program to
          purchase educational materials and stage events that will further a sense of environmental
          stewardship in businesses and the public by promoting Best Management Practices and
          pollution prevention methods.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Funds for this request are not budgeted in the Department of Environmental Health. The
          funding source for this request is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. If awarded,
          these funds will result in an estimated $10,000 in over-realized revenue to offset an
          estimated $10,000 in direct costs. The grant requires an in-kind matching contribution of
          1/3 of the requested amount from the requesting source. The matching contribution,
          $3,333, will be provided through the staff time required to implement the project. This
          staff time match was budgeted to be spent on similar activities. If approved, there will
          not be an increase to General Fund costs associated with this action and no additional
          staff will be required. This grant will provide for full cost recovery consistent with Board
          Policy B-29. The funding amount requested totals $10,000.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT
          This action would positively impact the business community in the San Diego region by
          promoting environmental stewardship and enabling the identification of materials and


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          process changes that can minimize environmental pollution. This will assist business in
          helping them realize a reduction of costs by increasing their operational efficiency.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find in accordance with Section 15061(b)(3) of the California Environmental Quality
             Act Guidelines that it can be seen with certainty there is no possibility the activity in
             question may have a significant effect on the environment and that it is therefore not
             subject to the California Environmental Quality Act.

          2.   Authorize the Director of the Department of Environmental Health or his designee, as
               agent of the County, to conduct all negotiations and submit all documents including, but
               not limited to, applications, contracts, and payment requests that may be necessary to
               secure an estimated $10,000 in funds from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
               Environmental Education Grants Program for Fiscal Years 2003-04 and 2004-05; and,
               to execute a grant agreement upon award of grant funds, including any extensions or
               amendments thereof that do not materially impact or alter the grant program or the
               funding level.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn


10.       SUBJECT:          ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                            COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 5271-1: APPROVAL OF
                            FINAL MAP AND SECURED AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND
                            PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS LOCATED IN THE LAKESIDE
                            COMMUNITY PLAN AREA (DISTRICT: 2)

          OVERVIEW:
          This project is a subdivision consisting of 15 single-family residential lots, and a total of
          3.78 acres. It is located in the Lakeside area, on the extension of Big Cone Drive. (Thomas
          Guide, Page 1231, G-3, 2003 Edition).

          The project is being brought before the Board for approval of final map and secured
          agreement for public and private improvements, adoption of a resolution terminating an
          irrevocable offer of dedication, and adoption of a resolution accepting a previously rejected
          offer of dedication.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          N/A




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          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Approve this map and accept on behalf of the public, subject to improvements, Big Cone
             Court, Big Cone Drive, a portion of Mast Boulevard, and a portion of El Nopal for use as
             streets as dedicated on said map, together with the right to construct and maintain slopes
             and drainage easements beyond the limits of the right of ways.

          2.   Accept access rights from Lot 1 in and to Mast Boulevard and from Lots 14 and 15 in and
               to El Nopal, except at Access Opening No. 1, as relinquished and waived on said map.

          3.   Accept drainage easement as dedicated on said map.

          4.   Accept a noise protection easement over Lots 1 - 4, 14 and 15 as granted on said map.

          5.   Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to execute the Joint
               Agreement to Improve Major Subdivision, which includes street improvements and
               drainage facilities, water facilities, and setting of final monuments (Attachment B).

          6.   Adopt a Resolution entitled Resolution of Termination of Irrevocable Offer of
               Dedication terminating on behalf of the public a portion of an existing Irrevocable Offer
               to Dedicate Real Property for use as a public street and direct the Clerk of the Board of
               Supervisors to record the adopted Resolution with the San Diego County Recorder
               (Attachment C).

          7.   Adopt a Resolution entitled Resolution Accepting Previously Rejected Offer to
               Dedicate Subdivision Street accepting a previously rejected offer of dedication of
               portions of Lots 28 and 29 Reserved For Future Street on Map 13969, and direct the
               Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to record the adopted Resolution with the San Diego
               County Recorder (Attachment D).

          8.   Vacate on behalf of the County, pursuant to Section 66434(g) of the Subdivision Map Act,
               a portion of open space easement granted by Document No. 76-391105 recorded
               November 22, 1976, as shown on the map.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolutions No. 03-035,
          entitled: RESOLUTION ACCEPTING PREVIOUSLY REJECTED OFFER TO
          DEDICATE SUBDIVISION STREET and No. 03-036, entitled: RESOLUTION
          TERMINATING AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn




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11.       SUBJECT:         ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                           CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                           SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF
                           ORDINANCE: REVISIONS TO TITLE 6 OF THE COUNTY
                           CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO
                           HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, UNDERGROUND STORAGE
                           TANK AND MEDICAL WASTE FEE ADJUSTMENTS IN THE
                           DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH FOR
                           FISCAL YEAR 2002-03 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2005-06
                           (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          On January 29, 2003 (2), the Board introduced Ordinance for further consideration and
          adoption on February 12, 2003.
          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          Adopt Ordinance entitled:

             AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PORTIONS OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY
             CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO HAZARDOUS
             MATERIALS, UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK AND MEDICAL WASTE
             FEE ADJUSTMENTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
             HEALTH FOR FISCAL YEAR 2002-03 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2005-06.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 9530
          (N.S.), entitled: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PORTIONS OF THE SAN DIEGO
          COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO HAZARDOUS
          MATERIALS, UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK AND MEDICAL WASTE FEE
          ADJUSTMENTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH FOR
          FISCAL YEAR 2002-03 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2005-06.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn




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12.       SUBJECT:         ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                           SECOND CONSIDERTATION AND ADOPTION OF
                           ORDINANCES:
                           DISSOLUTION OF SAN DIEGO COUNTYWIDE PERMANENT
                           ROAD DIVISION NO. 1000, ZONE NO. 104A - ARTESIAN
                           TRAIL IN THE COMMUNITY OF RANCHO SANTA FE AND
                           ZONE NO. 131 - MARLYNN COURT IN THE COMMUNITY OF
                           RANCHO SANTA FE AND ZONE NO. 131 – MARLYNN
                           COURT IN THE COMMUNITY OF ESCONDIDO
                           (DISTRICT: 3, 5)

          OVERVIEW:
          On January 29, 2003 (5), the Board introduced Ordinances for further consideration and
          adoption on February 12, 2003.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          Adopt Ordinances entitled:

                 AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL ORDINANCE NO. 9212 (NEW SERIES) WHICH
                 PROVIDES A PROCEDURE FOR FIXING AND COLLECTING CHARGES ON
                 THE TAX ROLL FOR MISCELLANEOUS EXTENDED SERVICES PROVIDED
                 BY SAN DIEGO COUNTYWIDE PERMANENT ROAD DIVISION NO. 1000,
                 ZONE NO. 104A – ARTESIAN TRAIL, and

                 AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL ORDINANCE NO. 9223 (NEW SERIES) WHICH
                 PROVIDES A PROCEDURE FOR FIXING AND COLLECTING CHARGES ON
                 THE TAX ROLL FOR MISCELLANEOUS EXTENDED SERVICES PROVIDED
                 BY SAN DIEGO COUNTYWIDE PERMANENT ROAD DIVISION NO. 1000,
                 ZONE NO. 131 – MARLYNN COURT.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 9531
          (N.S.), entitled: AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL ORDINANCE NO. 9212 (NEW
          SERIES) WHICH PROVIDES A PROCEDURE FOR FIXING AND COLLECTING
          CHARGES ON THE TAX ROLL FOR MISCELLANEOUS EXTENDED SERVICES
          PROVIDED BY SAN DIEGO COUNTYWIDE PERMANENT ROAD DIVISION NO.
          1000, ZONE NO. 104A – ARTESIAN TRAIL, and Ordinance No. 9532 (N.S.), entitled:
          AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL ORDINANCE NO. 9223 (NEW SERIES) WHICH
          PROVIDES A PROCEDURE FOR FIXING AND COLLECTING CHARGES ON THE
          TAX ROLL FOR MISCELLANEOUS EXTENDED SERVICES PROVIDED BY SAN
          DIEGO COUNTYWIDE PERMANENT ROAD DIVISION NO. 1000, ZONE NO. 131
          – MARLYNN COURT.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn



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13.       SUBJECT:          CONTINUE LOCAL EMERGENCY FOR DAMAGING
                            CONDITIONS CAUSED BY THE BARK BEETLE
                            INFESTATION IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          On November 12, 2002 (19), your Board, at the request of Supervisor Jacob, adopted a
          resolution proclaiming the existence of a local emergency resulting from the Bark Beetle
          infestation of pine trees in San Diego County. On December 3, 2002 (1), your board
          determined the need to continue the local emergency and continued the item to December
          10, 2002 (32) to further review the need for the local emergency. The local emergency
          subsequently expired because the next Board meeting was more than 21 days after
          December 10. Therefore, on January 8, 2003 (9) your Board re-proclaimed the local
          emergency and continued the item to January 28, 2003 (13) to review the need for
          continuing the local emergency.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The recommended action has no fiscal impact.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Determine that there is a need to continue the local emergency for damaging
             conditions caused by the bark beetle infestation of pine trees in San Diego County.

          2.   Direct the Clerk of the Board to place this matter before the Board on March 5, March
               12, April 2, April 9, April 30 and May 14, 2003 to determine the need to continue the
               local emergency.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, continuing this matter to March 5,
          2003.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

14.       SUBJECT:          APPROVAL OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COUNTY
                            ADMINISTRATIVE CODE AND THE COUNTY CODE OF
                            REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO
                            MOBILEHOME PARKS AND SPECIAL OCCUPANCY PARKS
                            (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          This action would update the County Administrative Code and the County Code of
          Regulatory Ordinances, to better support County administration and enforcement of the
          state Mobilehome Parks Act and related state laws. The County has administered the
          Mobilehome Parks Act in the unincorporated areas of the County since May 19, 1969
          (52).


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          The Mobilehome Parks Act supercedes state building codes and housing laws, and
          preempts inconsistent local codes (but not the Zoning Ordinance). The stated goals of
          the Mobilehome Parks Act are to ensure park residents maximum protection of their
          investments and a decent living environment. County administration of the Mobilehome
          Parks Act helps to ensure that mobilehome parks can continue to serve as a critical
          component of the low income housing mix in San Diego County.

          The Mobilehome Parks Act has for many years also regulated other kinds of trailer,
          vehicle and camping parks. On January 1, 2003 the provisions of state laws that address
          recreational vehicle parks, temporary recreational vehicle parks, incidental camping areas
          and tent camps were amended and re-codified as the Special Occupancy Parks Act (SOP
          Act). (Stats. 2001, chapter 434; S.B. 325.) No increase in level of service is mandated by
          these revisions.

          These ordinance revisions respond to recent revisions in state law and related regulations.
          The revisions update assignments within the County to reflect County reorganizations
          since 1969. The revisions will also enable the County to better respond to violations of
          the Mobilehome Parks Act and Special Occupancy Parks Act, including complaints
          recently brought to the attention of the Chief Administrative Office by Supervisor Jacob.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The County currently administers these programs, and collects fees to offset the costs of
          mandated activities costs as provided by state law. If approved, this action will not affect
          these fees or these mandated activities.

          Recently, however, the County has been conducting more frequent inspections at
          mobilehome parks than are mandated by state law. No fee is in place to recover the costs
          of these additional inspections. The Department of Environmental Health will conduct a
          study of these additional costs and potential fees to offset these costs, and will return to
          the Board with that analysis.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          The County currently administers the programs to which these ordinance revisions would
          apply. If the County does not administer these state Acts, the state will step in to do so.
          Therefore, no business impact is expected from enactment of this ordinance.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act
             (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines sections 15308 and 15309.

          2.   Approve the introduction of the Ordinance (first reading), read title and waive further
               reading of the Ordinance.




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               AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY
               ORDINANCES RELATING TO MOBILEHOME PARKS AND SPECIAL
               OCCUPANCY PARKS.

               Submit the Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption (second reading) on
               March 5, 2003.

          3.   Authorize the Director, Department of Environmental Health, to make such submissions
               to the State of California as may be necessary to preserve the authority of the County to
               administer and enforce the Mobilehome Parks Act and the Special Occupancy Parks
               Act, as they now exist or may hereafter be amended.

          ACTION:
          Noting for the record Sections 8 and 10 of the proposed Ordinance are modified, ON
          MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board of Supervisors
          took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further
          consideration on March 5, 2003.

          AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn


15.       SUBJECT:          CLOSED SESSION
                            (CARRYOVER FROM 2/11/03 AGENDA ITEM NO. 18)

          A.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
               (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
               San Diego Superior Court No. GIC 799401 (Under Seal)

          B.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
               (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
               Wendy Marie Barno, et al. v. Christy Marie David-Speckhard, et al.; San Diego
               Superior Court No. GIN 020218

          C.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
               (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
               Stephen Crowe, et al. v. County of San Diego, et al. (consolidated with Aaron
               Houser, et al. v. City of Escondido, et al. and Michael Lee Treadway, et al. v. City of
               Escondido, et al.); United States District Court Case No. 99-0241-R(RBB)

          D.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
               (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
               W. L. Clark v. County of San Diego; San Diego Superior Court No. GIC 802573

          E.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
               (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
               C. Anthony Valladolid v. County of San Diego Board of Supervisors, et al.; San Diego
               Superior Court No. GIC 775976

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           F.    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
                 (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
                 San Diego County Public Defenders Association v. Board of Retirement, et al.
                 (consolidated with Byron Ellsworth, et al. v. Board of Retirement, et al.); San Diego
                 County Superior Court No. GIC 775946

           G.    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
                 (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
                 Rancho Viejo, LLC v. County of San Diego, et al.; San Diego Superior Court No. GIC
                 762582

           ACTION:
           No reportable matters.



16.        SUBJECT:          PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS

           Charles Collins addressed the Board concerning TPM 20700.

           ACTION:
           Heard; referred to the Chief Administrative Officer. Directed Chief Administrative
           Officer to provide written report to Board members on this issue.

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 9:20 a.m. in memory of Patricia Barnes, Herbert
Lipp and David Hadsell.

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

Notes by: Randolph

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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