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									                             STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
                   COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                                   REGULAR MEETING
                                 TUESDAY, MAY 01, 2012
                            Board of Supervisors North Chamber
                   1600 Pacific Highway, Room 310, San Diego, California



REGULAR SESSION – Regular Meeting was called to order at 9:10 a.m.

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

Invocation was led by Pastor Chris Clark from East Clairemont Southern Baptist Church.

Pledge of Allegiance was led by Phillip Andrews from La Jolla. Phillip has recently achieved the
rank of Eagle Scout, Scouting’s highest rank.

Approval of Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for Meetings of March 27, 2012 and
April 3, 2012.

ACTION:
ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors
approved the Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for Meetings of March 27, 2012 and
April 3, 2012.

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




NOTICE:     THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY TAKE ANY ACTION WITH RESPECT TO THE
ITEMS INCLUDED ON THIS AGENDA. RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY COUNTY STAFF DO NOT
LIMIT ACTIONS THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY TAKE. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC
SHOULD NOT RELY UPON THE RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE BOARD LETTER AS DETERMINATIVE
OF THE ACTION THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY TAKE ON A PARTICULAR MATTER.




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 Category             Agenda No. Subject

 Public Safety            1.     SHERIFF – AMENDMENT TO MEMORANDUM
                                 OF UNDERSTANDING FOR THE SAN DIEGO
                                 REGIONAL COMMAND AND CONTROL
                                 COMMUNICATIONS (3Cs) PROGRAM
                                 [FUNDING SOURCE(S): REVENUE FROM THE
                                 SHERIFF’S FINGERPRINT ID TRUST FUND]

                          2.     SHERIFF – ACCEPTANCE OF ADDITIONAL
                                 FISCAL YEAR 2010 AND 2011 URBAN AREA
                                 SECURITY GRANT FUNDS AND
                                 APPROPRIATION AND TRANSFER OF FISCAL
                                 YEAR 2010 URBAN AREA SECURITY
                                 INITIATIVE GRANT FUNDS
                                 [FUNDING SOURCE(S): FEDERAL HOMELAND
                                 SECURITY URBAN AREA SECURITY
                                 INITIATIVE GRANT PASSED THROUGH THE
                                 CALIFORNIA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
                                 AGENCY TO THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO]
                                 (4 VOTES)

                          3.     SHERIFF - RATIFICATION OF APPLICATION
                                 AND AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT FUNDS
                                 FOR THE CALIFORNIA OFFICE OF TRAFFIC
                                 SAFETY GENERAL ALCOHOL AND OTHER
                                 DRUGS GRANT

 Community Services       4.     SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE AUTHORITY –
                                 AUTHORIZE ADVERTISEMENT AND AWARD
                                 OF A DESIGN-BUILD CONTRACT AND
                                 APPROPRIATION OF FUNDING FOR THE
                                 BOULEVARD FIRE STATION
                                 [FUNDING SOURCE(S): UNANTICIPATED
                                 REVENUE FROM THE FIRE SAFETY TRUST
                                 FUND]
                                 (4 VOTES)

                          5.     CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT NEEDS
                                 ASSESSMENT FISCAL YEARS 2012-2017




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 Category                Agenda No. Subject

                             6.     COUNTY LIBRARY - ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS
                                    AND DONATIONS AND ESTABLISH
                                    APPROPRIATIONS OF GRANT FUNDS FOR THE
                                    SAN DIEGO COUNTY LIBRARY
                                    [FUNDING SOURCE(S): CALIFORNIA COUNCIL
                                    FOR THE HUMANITIES GRANT AND THE
                                    CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY GRANTS]
                                    (4 VOTES)

 Financial and General       7.     CONTINUED ITEM FROM 04/03/2012:
 Government                         SUPPORTING THE PLAZA DE PANAMA
                                    COMMITTEE PROJECT

                             8.     ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION SUPPORTING
                                    THE CHULA VISTA LOCAL COASTAL
                                    PROGRAM AND BAYFRONT MASTER PLAN

                             9.     SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 2012
                                    GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS (ELECTION OF
                                    2008, SERIES E)

                            10.     GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                    GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS
                                    (ELECTION OF 2004), SERIES 2012

                            11.     EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT
                                    CONTRIBUTION RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR
                                    2012-13
                                    [FUNDING SOURCE(S): COMBINATION OF
                                    PROGRAM SPECIFIC AND GENERAL PURPOSE
                                    REVENUE]

                            12.     REQUEST FOR AUTHORITY TO NEGOTIATE
                                    AND AMEND COUNTY EMPLOYEE BENEFIT
                                    CONTRACTS

 Communications             13.     COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED
 Received

 Appointments               14.     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                                    APPOINTMENTS




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 Category                Agenda No. Subject

 Public Safety              15.     PROBATION - JUVENILE JUSTICE CRIME
                                    PREVENTION ACT COMPREHENSIVE MULTI-
                                    AGENCY JUVENILE JUSTICE PLAN
                                    MODIFICATIONS (DISTRICT: ALL)
                                    [FUNDING SOURCE(S): STATE OF
                                    CALIFORNIA, LOCAL REVENUE FUND 2011
                                    ALLOCATED TO THE LOCAL LAW
                                    ENFORCEMENT SERVICES ACCOUNT]

 Financial and General      16.     SUPPORT FOR SENATE BILL 1145
 Government                         (EMMERSON): INCREASE CRIMINAL
                                    PENALTIES FOR HOSTS AND SPECTATORS OF
                                    ANIMAL FIGHTS AND POSSESSION OF
                                    COCKFIGHTING IMPLEMENTS

 Closed Session             17.     CLOSED SESSION

 Presentation/Awards        18.     PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS

 Public                     19.     PUBLIC COMMUNICATION
 Communication




NOTICE:     THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY TAKE ANY ACTION WITH RESPECT TO THE
ITEMS INCLUDED ON THIS AGENDA. RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY COUNTY STAFF DO NOT
LIMIT ACTIONS THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY TAKE. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC
SHOULD NOT RELY UPON THE RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE BOARD LETTER AS DETERMINATIVE
OF THE ACTION THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY TAKE ON A PARTICULAR MATTER.




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   1.        SUBJECT:      SHERIFF – AMENDMENT TO MEMORANDUM OF
                           UNDERSTANDING FOR THE SAN DIEGO REGIONAL
                           COMMAND AND CONTROL COMMUNICATIONS (3Cs)
                           PROGRAM (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             On June 23, 2009 (1), your Board approved a Memorandum of Understanding
             (MOU) between the County and participating agencies for the Regional Command
             and Control Communications (3Cs) Program. The 3Cs regional microwave network
             transports data between many regional law enforcement and public safety agencies,
             the California Department of Justice's California Identification System for
             fingerprints (Cal-ID), and the San Diego County Sheriff’s Automated Fingerprint
             Identification System (AFIS). AFIS is a regional computerized system provided by
             the Sheriff to store fingerprint and palm images for rapid identification of criminals.
             The Sheriff recently procured a new, upgraded AFIS system, and its performance
             will improve with increased 3Cs bandwidth. This request to amend the MOU will
             facilitate the purchase of increased 3Cs bandwidth needed for the AFIS system.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2011-12 Operational Plan for
             the Sheriff’s Department. If approved, this request will result in Fiscal Year
             2011-2012 costs and revenue of $8,332, and projected Fiscal Year 2012-13 costs and
             revenue of $50,000. The funding source is revenue from the Sheriff’s Fingerprint ID
             Trust Fund. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff
             years.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             SHERIFF
             Authorize the Sheriff to negotiate an agreement and, upon successful negotiations
             and a determination of a fair and reasonable price and the approval of the Director of
             Purchasing and Contracting, execute an amendment to the Memorandum of
             Understanding with the San Diego Regional Command and Control Communications
             (3Cs) partners to increase the bandwidth of the Sheriff's AFIS portion of the 3Cs
             network, and to execute all required documents, including any annual extensions,
             amendments and/or revisions thereof that do not materially alter the services or
             funding level.

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

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




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   2.        SUBJECT:      SHERIFF – ACCEPTANCE OF ADDITIONAL FISCAL YEAR
                           2010 AND 2011 URBAN AREA SECURITY GRANT FUNDS
                           AND APPROPRIATION AND TRANSFER OF FISCAL YEAR
                           2010 URBAN AREA SECURITY INITIATIVE GRANT FUNDS
                           (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             The City of San Diego is the local administrator of the Urban Area Security Initiative
             (UASI) Homeland Security grant. The City of San Diego, with the approval of the
             Urban Area Working Group, has reallocated unspent Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 and
             FY 2011 UASI grant funds to the Sheriff’s Department in the amount of $1,537,140.

             This is a request to authorize the Sheriff's Department to accept an additional
             $1,427,209 in FY 2010 and FY 2011 Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) grant
             funds from the Federal Department of Homeland Security (DHS) which are passed
             through the California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA), and sub-granted
             through the City of San Diego. This is also a request to cancel appropriations of
             unexpended FY 2010 UASI ($109,931) funds already allocated to various County
             departments and establish the appropriations in the Sheriff’s Department.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             Funds for this request for the Fiscal Year 2010 UASI ($536,955) and Fiscal Year
             2011 UASI ($1,000,185) with a total amount of $1,537,140 are not included in the
             Fiscal Year 2011-2013 Operational Plan for the Sheriff’s Department. If approved,
             this request will result in current year costs and revenues of $1,537,140. The funding
             source is the Federal Homeland Security Urban Area Security Initiative grant passed
             through the California Emergency Management Agency to the City of San Diego. A
             waiver of Board Policy B-29 is requested as the grant award covers all direct costs
             but does not include costs associated with administrative support. There will be no
             change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             SHERIFF
             1. Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts – Department
                Responsibility for Cost Recovery, which requires full cost recovery for grants,
                because this grant program does not recover full costs.

             2. Authorize the Sheriff’s Department to accept additional FY 2010 Urban Area
                Security Initiative (UASI) grant funds in the amount of $427,024 from the U. S.
                Department of Homeland Security (DHS), passed through the California
                Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA), and sub-granted through the City
                of San Diego for the project period beginning October 27, 2010 to
                April 30, 2013.




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             3. Cancel appropriations of $13,200 in services and supplies and related FY 2010
                UASI grant revenue in the Department of Environmental Health to provide
                funding for purchase of fixed assets in the Sheriff’s Department.

             4. Cancel appropriations of $84,331 in services and supplies and related FY 2010
                UASI grant revenue in the Public Safety Group Executive Office, San Diego
                County Fire Authority to provide funding for purchase of fixed assets in the
                Sheriff’s Department.

             5. Cancel appropriations of $12,400 in services and supplies and related FY 2010
                UASI grant revenue in Health and Human Services Agency to provide funding
                for purchase of fixed assets in the Sheriff’s Department.

             6. Authorize the Sheriff to accept additional FY 2011 UASI funds in the amount of
                $1,000,185 from the DHS, passed through the Cal EMA, and sub-granted
                through the City of San Diego for the project period beginning
                November 18, 2011 to April 30, 2014.

             7. Authorize the Sheriff to review and execute all required UASI grant and grant
                related documents, including agreements with other government agencies for the
                distribution of grant funds where necessary to carry out the purposes of the grant,
                and any annual extensions, amendments and/or revisions thereof that do not
                materially impact or alter the services or funding level.

             8. Establish appropriations of $536,955 in the Sheriff’s Department for services and
                supplies ($137,000) and fixed assets ($399,955), to purchase equipment to
                strengthen interoperable communications based on unanticipated revenue from
                FY 2010 UASI grant. (4 VOTES)

             9. Establish appropriations of $1,000,185 in the Sheriff’s Department, for services
                and supplies ($815,185), and fixed assets ($185,000) based on unanticipated
                revenue from the FY 2011 UASI grant. (4 VOTES)

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

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


   3.        SUBJECT:      SHERIFF - RATIFICATION OF APPLICATION AND
                           AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT FUNDS FOR THE
                           CALIFORNIA OFFICE OF TRAFFIC SAFETY GENERAL
                           ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS GRANT (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             This is a request to ratify the submission of a grant application to the California
             Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) under the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2012-2013


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             General Alcohol and Other Drugs grant program and to accept the grant funding if
             awarded provided there are no material changes to the grant terms and funding level.
             The goal of this program is to reduce the number of persons injured and killed in
             alcohol-involved collisions.

             This is also a request to authorize the Sheriff to apply for and accept grant funding
             from OTS in subsequent years provided there are no material changes to the grant
             terms and funding levels. If authorized, the Sheriff will return to your Board for
             authorization to appropriate any awarded funds.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             There is no fiscal impact associated with submitting the grant application. If the
             grant is awarded, the Department will return to your board for authorization to
             appropriate awarded funds. It is estimated that the grant award will not exceed
             $293,000. It will provide the Sheriff's Department with funds dedicated to
             purchasing new breath alcohol testing instruments to aid in the arrest and prosecution
             of drunk drivers in San Diego County. This grant award recovers all direct costs but
             does not include costs associated with administrative support. There is no local
             match requirement for this grant. There will be no change in net General Fund costs
             and no additional staff years.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             SHERIFF
             1. Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts – Department
                Responsibility for Cost Recovery which requires full cost recovery of grants,
                prior approval of grant applications and to the extent it requires separate
                applications for authority to apply for and accept grants.

             2. Ratify the submission of a grant application and authorize the Sheriff to accept
                the estimated amount of $293,000 in grant funds if awarded and there are no
                material changes to the grant terms and funding levels from OTS for the General
                Alcohol and Other Drugs grant program for the period of FFY 2012-2013.

             3. Authorize the Sheriff to review and execute all required OTS General Alcohol
                and Other Drugs grant program and grant-related documents including any
                agreements, annual extensions, amendments, and/or revisions thereof that do not
                materially impact or alter the services or funding level.

             4. Authorize the Sheriff to apply for and accept grant funding from OTS for the
                General Alcohol and Other Drugs grant program in subsequent years provided
                there are no material changes to the grant terms and funding levels.




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             5. Authorize the Sheriff to review and execute all required and related grant
                documents, including any annual extensions, amendments and/or revisions
                thereof that do not materially impact or alter the services or funding level for the
                General Alcohol and Other Drugs grant program from the California OTS in
                subsequent years.

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

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


   4.        SUBJECT:      SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE AUTHORITY – AUTHORIZE
                           ADVERTISEMENT AND AWARD OF A DESIGN-BUILD
                           CONTRACT AND APPROPRIATION OF FUNDING FOR THE
                           BOULEVARD FIRE STATION (DISTRICT: 2)

             OVERVIEW:
             On January 24, 2012 (11), your Board approved the purchase of an 18.41-acre site in
             Boulevard, for future construction of a new fire facility. The site is located south of
             Interstate 8 on Ribbonwood Road in the community of Boulevard (2010 Thomas
             Guide, page 1300, D5).

             Today’s proposed actions will authorize the Director of the Department of
             Purchasing and Contracting to advertise and award a design-build contract for
             construction of the proposed Boulevard fire station and appropriate $3,500,000 to the
             Capital Project 1016991.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2011-12 Operational Plan
             for the Capital Outlay Fund. If approved, this request will result in current year
             costs of $3,500,000 for Capital Project 1016991 – Boulevard Fire Station. The
             funding source is unanticipated revenue from the Fire Safety Trust Fund. The Fire
             Safety Trust Fund was established based on a settlement to resolve litigation with
             San Diego Gas and Electric related to the Southern California Wildfires of 2007.
             On-going operations and maintenance costs are estimated to be $50,000 annually for
             the facility, and will be included in future years Operational Plans beginning in
             Fiscal Year 2013-14. Operational costs will be paid by the Public Safety Group
             Executive Office, San Diego County Fire Authority using General Purpose Revenue
             and Property Tax Revenue. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no
             additional staff years.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             Expenditures for the construction of a new fire station will create private sector jobs
             and economic opportunities in San Diego County.



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             RECOMMENDATION:
             CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             1. Find that the Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) on file in the Department of
                General Services for the Boulevard Fire Station Project, State Clearinghouse
                #2011101005, dated December 2, 2012, was adopted in compliance with the
                California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and State and County CEQA
                guidelines, and that the Board has reviewed and considered the information
                contained therein prior to approving the project; and

                Find that there are no changes in the project or in the circumstances under which
                it is undertaken which involve significant new environmental impacts which
                were not considered in the previously adopted MND adopted on
                January 24, 2012, that there is no substantial increase in the severity of
                previously identified significant effects, and that no new information of
                substantial importance has become available since the MND was adopted.

             2. Establish appropriations of $3,500,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital
                Project 1016991, Boulevard Fire Station based on unanticipated revenue from the
                Fire Safety Trust Fund. (4 VOTES)

             3. Authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to take any
                action authorized by Section 401, et seq. of the Administrative Code and Public
                Contracting Code section 20133 to advertise and award a design-build contract
                for the new Boulevard Fire Station.

             4. Designate the Director, Department of General Services, as the County Officer
                responsible for administering the awarded design-build contract.

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

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


   5.        SUBJECT:      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT NEEDS ASSESSMENT FISCAL
                           YEARS 2012-2017 (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             The Facilities Planning Board, responsible for creating a consolidated and prioritized
             Capital Improvement Needs Assessment Program in conformance with the County's
             General Management System, has reviewed the Capital Improvement Needs
             Assessment presented for consideration. Today's request would approve the Capital
             Improvements Needs Assessment Program and refer it to the Chief Administrative
             Officer to determine timing and funding mechanisms to implement individual
             projects.



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             FISCAL IMPACT:
             This plan represents approximately $572.8 million in currently funded and approved
             projects, $22.3 million in recently completed projects, plus approximately
             $484.3 million in partially funded and unfunded priority major and minor capital
             projects, over the five-year time-frame of the Capital Improvement Needs
             Assessment. There is no fiscal impact associated with approval of the Capital
             Improvement Needs Assessment.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             Approve the Capital Improvement Needs Assessment Program summarizing County
             of San Diego needs and projects for Fiscal Years 2012-2017, as filed with the Clerk
             of the Board, and refer it to the Chief Administrative Officer to determine timing and
             funding mechanisms for implementation of individual projects.

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

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


   6.        SUBJECT:      COUNTY LIBRARY - ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS AND
                           DONATIONS AND ESTABLISH APPROPRIATIONS OF
                           GRANT FUNDS FOR THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY LIBRARY
                           (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             The County Library has received numerous gifts and donations from individuals and
             groups that are interested in promoting library service to their communities. County
             of San Diego Administrative Code, Section 66, Acceptance of Gifts, permits the
             acceptance of gifts and donations by the administrative head of each department of
             the County, subject to ratification by the Board of Supervisors. A report of all
             individual gifts not exceeding $5,000 is required, as well as Board of Supervisors’
             approval to accept individual gifts over $5,000. This action will ratify the acceptance
             of $235,889 in cash and non-cash gifts and donations exceeding $5,000 in value
             received by the County Library between the period of July 1, 2011 and
             December 31, 2011 and acknowledge an additional $62,881 in cash and non-cash
             gifts and donations not exceeding $5,000 for a total value of $298,770. A portion of
             the cash donations received was matched by the Library Fund.

             The California Council for the Humanities has awarded $15,000 for support from the
             California Reads public library grant program. This grant will bring Californians
             together to explore important topics through books that invite thoughtful community


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             conversation. It is designed to support public libraries in developing programs that
             stimulate meaningful dialogue among diverse community members by using works
             of fiction and non-fiction.

             The California State Library has awarded a total of $9,872 for two Eureka!
             Leadership Grants 2011/12: $5,000 will help fund the Empowerment Center project
             to address the at-risk adults; and $4,872 will help fund the Building Better Health
             project to increase adult health and wellness programs.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2011-12 Operational Plan
             for the County Library. If approved, this request will result in current year cost and
             revenue of $24,872. The funding sources are the California Council for the
             Humanities grant ($15,000) and the California State Library grants ($9,872). There
             will be no change in net General Fund costs and no additional staff years.

             The County Library received donations of $298,770 between July 1, 2011 and
             December 31, 2011. Of these donations, $200,692 qualified for matching funds from
             the Library fund balance available in Fiscal Year 2011-12. The largest single
             donation was $35,000 from the Friends of the Vista Library.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A
             RECOMMENDATION:
             CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             1. In accordance with Administrative Code Section 66, Acceptance of Gifts, accept
                the County Library Report of Gifts for the period July 1, 2011 through
                December 31, 2011 and ratify the acceptance of gifts exceeding $5,000.

             2. Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to sign letters of
                appreciation for donations over $5,000.

             3. Ratify the application for and authorize acceptance of the California Council for
                the Humanities grant in the amount of $15,000, and two Eureka! Leadership
                grants 2011/12 totaling $9,872, and authorize the County Library Director to
                administer the grants.

             4. Establish appropriations of $15,000 in the Library Fund for the California Reads
                public library grant program based on a grant from the California Council for the
                Humanities. (4 VOTES)

             5. Establish appropriations of $9,872 in the Library Fund for the Eureka!
                Leadership grants 2011/12 projects based on two grants from the California State
                Library. (4 VOTES)




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

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


   7.        SUBJECT:      CONTINUED ITEM FROM 04/03/2012:
                           SUPPORTING THE PLAZA DE PANAMA COMMITTEE
                           PROJECT (DISTRICTS: ALL)
             OVERVIEW:
             On April 3, 2012 (22), the Board of Supervisors continued this item to May 1, 2012.

             Parks are for people, not automobiles. The Plaza de Panama Committee project will
             reclaim from the car 6.3 acres of central Balboa Park parkland. It will convert a
             marvelous plaza in the park’s heart into a place where pedestrians can safely gather
             and take in the majesty of the surrounding architecture and museums while enjoying
             an atmosphere that helps define and identify our County. As the Park core is
             presently configured, up to 7,000 cars daily pass through the Plaza de California,
             West Prado, Plaza de Panama and Esplanade in a quest for parking. The Plaza de
             Panama Committee project will divert this vehicle stream away from these historic
             venues and across the discretely located Centennial Bridge, separating vehicles from
             pedestrians and guiding motorists to reservoirs of both free parking and a new
             conveniently-located, 785-space, park-topped underground garage with modest fees.
             This project will result in a net gain of 273 parking spaces, boost disabled parking in
             the park’s core by 30 percent and fund a free, convenient tram system with high-
             occupancy, low-floor, easy-access cars that meet the standards of the Americans with
             Disabilities Act.

             This widely-vetted $40 million proposal from the Plaza de Panama Committee has
             won support from virtually every Balboa Park institution and comes at a time when
             San Diego is preparing to celebrate in 2015 the centennial of its first World’s Fair,
             the 1915-16 Panama-California International Exposition. Approval of this project by
             the San Diego City Council will ensure that these improvements are in place in time
             for the celebration. This project is made in San Diego, funded by San Diegans and
             will benefit generations of future San Diegans.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             None

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A




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             RECOMMENDATION:
             CHAIRMAN ROBERTS
             Join with the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, Downtown San Diego
             Partnership, San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau, San Diego Regional
             Economic Development Corp., San Diego Zoo, Uptown Planners, Gaslamp Quarter
             Association, Centre City Advisory Committee, Mayor Jerry Sanders, and nearly
             1,500 individuals, businesses and organizations in supporting the Plaza de Panama
             Committee project.

             ACTION:
             ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board
             continued the item to May 8, 2012.

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


   8.        SUBJECT:      ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE CHULA
                           VISTA LOCAL COASTAL PROGRAM AND BAYFRONT
                           MASTER PLAN (DISTRICT: 1)

             OVERVIEW:
             The Chula Vista Bayfront Master Plan (CVBMP) is one of the last great
             development opportunities on San Diego Bay and one of the largest waterfront
             projects in California. It was initiated in 2002 with development of a joint master
             plan that has been refined and certified through an environmental impact review
             process by the City of Chula Vista and the Port of San Diego. It is a cooperative
             public/private planning effort with Pacifica Companies that encompasses 556-acres
             and includes 200-acres of parks and open space, hotels, commercial, retail and
             residential development, and other public amenities.
             It is anticipated that the master plan amendment will be considered by the California
             Coastal Commission sometime in 2012. Today’s action will put the San Diego
             County Board of Supervisors on record in support of the Chula Vista Bayfront
             Master Plan and the related amendments to the Local Coastal Program.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             There is no fiscal impact.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             VICE-CHAIRMAN COX
             1. Adopt a Resolution of the Board of Supervisors entitled RESOLUTION OF THE
                BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO IN
                SUPPORT OF THE CHULA VISTA LOCAL COASTAL PROGRAM AND
                BAYFRONT MASTER PLAN.



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             2. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to draft a letter for the Chairman’s
                signature with a copy of the Resolution to the Executive Director and Chair of
                the California Coastal Commission, urging approval of the Chula Vista Local
                Coastal Program and Bayfront Master Plan.

             ACTION:
             ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board took
             action as recommended, adopting Resolution No. 12-057, entitled: RESOLUTION
             OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO IN
             SUPPORT OF THE CHULA VISTA LOCAL COASTAL PROGRAM AND
             BAYFRONT MASTER PLAN.

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


   9.        SUBJECT:      SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 2012 GENERAL
                           OBLIGATION BONDS (ELECTION OF 2008, SERIES E)
                           (DISTRICT: 4)

             OVERVIEW:
             A bond election was duly called and held in the San Diego Unified School District,
             County of San Diego, California (“District”) on November 4, 2008 pursuant to
             Section 15100 et seq. of the Education Code of the State of California.
             Approximately 69% of those voters casting ballots authorized the issuance of general
             obligation bonds of the District in the maximum aggregate principal amount of
             $2,100,000,000 (“Authorization”).

             On April 10, 2012, the Board of Education of the District (“District Board”)
             approved the issuance and prescribed the terms of the sale of not to exceed
             $150,000,000 of general obligation bonds under the Authorization, to be designated
             the “San Diego Unified School District 2012 General Obligation Bonds (Dedicated
             Unlimited Ad Valorem Property Tax Bonds) (Election of 2008, Series E)”
             (“Bonds”). Prior to the proposed Bonds, the District has issued, or caused to be
             issued on its behalf, $369,997,364 of general obligation bonds under the
             Authorization through five series of bonds and an additional $122,304,272 of
             refunding bonds.       Subsequent to the issue of the Bonds, approximately
             $1,580,002,636 of the Authorization will remain for the issuance of additional series
             of bonds. Proceeds from the Bonds will be used to finance capital improvements to
             the school facilities as approved by the Authorization, including repairing and
             updating school facilities.

             Today’s recommendation will authorize issuance of the Bonds by the County on
             behalf of the District, the execution of related documents, and other related actions,
             including the acceptance of the District’s designation of the County Treasurer-Tax
             Collector (“Treasurer”) as the initial paying agent for the Bonds.0.




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

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             Adopt the resolution entitled:
                RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF
                SAN DIEGO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE
                AND SALE OF NOT TO EXCEED $150,000,000 OF BONDS OF THE SAN
                DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BY A NEGOTIATED SALE
                PURSUANT TO ONE OR MORE BOND PURCHASE CONTRACTS,
                PRESCRIBING THE SALE OF SAID BONDS, APPROVING THE FORM OF
                AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A SECOND
                SUPPLEMENTAL PAYING AGENT AGREEMENT, APPROVING THE
                FORM OF SAID BOND PURCHASE CONTRACTS, AND AUTHORIZING
                THE EXECUTION OF NECESSARY CERTIFICATES RELATING TO SAID
                BONDS.

             ACTION:
             ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board
             took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 12-058, entitled:
             RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF
             SAN DIEGO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND
             SALE OF NOT TO EXCEED $150,000,000 OF BONDS OF THE SAN DIEGO
             UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BY A NEGOTIATED SALE PURSUANT TO
             ONE OR MORE BOND PURCHASE CONTRACTS, PRESCRIBING THE SALE
             OF SAID BONDS, APPROVING THE FORM OF AND AUTHORIZING THE
             EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL PAYING
             AGENT AGREEMENT, APPROVING THE FORM OF SAID BOND PURCHASE
             CONTRACTS, AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF NECESSARY
             CERTIFICATES RELATING TO SAID BONDS.

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




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   10.       SUBJECT:      GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL
                           OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS (ELECTION OF 2004),
                           SERIES 2012 (DISTRICT: 2)

             OVERVIEW:
             A bond election was held in the Grossmont Union High School District, County of
             San Diego, California (the “District”) on March 2, 2004. At this election,
             approximately 62% of those voters in the District casting ballots, which is above the
             55% voter approval level required, authorized the issuance and sale of general
             obligation bonds of the District for various purposes in the maximum principal
             amount of $274,000,000 (the “Authorization”).

             On April 19, 2012, the Board of Trustees of the District (“District Board”) approved
             the issuance of not to exceed $70,000,000 of general obligation refunding bonds
             under the Authorization, to be designated the “Grossmont Union High School
             District General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Election of 2004), Series 2012,” with
             appropriate series and taxability designations to be appended (the “Refunding
             Bonds”). The Refunding Bonds are anticipated to refund, in part, the outstanding
             Grossmont Union High School District General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2004,
             Series 2006, which had an original par amount of $124,999,224.95 (the Prior
             Bonds”). Additional bonds were issued under the Authorization, and at this time
             none of the Authorization remains. The Refunding Bonds would replace already
             existing general obligation at a lower cost.

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

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             The Refunding Bonds will be general obligations of the District to be paid from ad
             valorem property taxes levied within the boundaries of Grossmont Union High
             School District, and do not constitute an obligation of the County.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             Adopt the resolution entitled:
                RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF
                SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, DESIGNATING THE COUNTY TREASURER-
                TAX COLLECTOR AS THE PAYING AGENT AND DIRECTING THE
                COUNTY AUDITOR AND CONTROLLER TO MAINTAIN TAXES ON THE
                TAX ROLL FOR THE GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
                GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS (ELECTION OF 2004),
                SERIES 2012.



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             ACTION:
             ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board
             took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 12-059, entitled:
             RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF
             SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, DESIGNATING THE COUNTY TREASURER-TAX
             COLLECTOR AS THE PAYING AGENT AND DIRECTING THE COUNTY
             AUDITOR AND CONTROLLER TO MAINTAIN TAXES ON THE TAX ROLL
             FOR THE GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL
             OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS (ELECTION OF 2004), SERIES 2012.

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


   11.       SUBJECT:      EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT
                           CONTRIBUTION RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012-13
                           (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             California Government Code Section 31454 requires the Board of Supervisors to
             adjust the rates of the San Diego County employer and employee retirement
             contributions in accordance with the recommendations of the Board of Retirement of
             the San Diego County Employees Retirement Association (“SDCERA”). At a regular
             meeting on December 1, 2011, the Board of Retirement (“Retirement Board”)
             approved the employer and employee contribution rates recommended by its actuary,
             The Segal Group Inc., for Fiscal Year 2012-13. While the employer contribution
             rates are different for Safety members compared to General members, the aggregate
             employer rate (or weighted average rate) approved by the Retirement Board for
             Fiscal Year 2012-13 is 29.96% of estimated payroll, which is 2.98% higher than the
             aggregate rate approved by the Retirement Board and subsequently adopted by the
             Board of Supervisors for Fiscal Year 2011-12. There is no change in the individual
             member contribution rates which vary based on age of entry into the system. A
             change in member demographics, however, results in the average employee rate
             decreasing from 10.94% of payroll to 10.80% of payroll.

             The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) recommends that the actual employer
             contribution rates for Fiscal Year 2012-13 be set higher than the levels recommended
             by the actuary in order to pay down the unfunded actuarial accrued liability (UAAL)
             of the retirement fund and to help position the County and other member employers
             for an expected further increase in rates in Fiscal Year 2013-14. The aggregate
             employer rate based on the CAO’s recommended safety and general member rates
             would be approximately 31.24%.

             Today’s recommendations also include the approval of a request received from the
             Board of Retirement to pay for the 2007-2011 costs of the health benefit program.
             The administrative expenses to support the health benefit program during the period
             2007 to 2011 were inadvertently paid by SDCERA from pension assets. Upon
             receipt of funds from the County, the Board of Retirement will in turn make a


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             payment from the Supplemental Benefit Reserve to the County’s SDCERA account
             so that the funds are available as a part of SDCERA’s general plan assets thereby
             reducing the UAAL

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             If the Chief Administrative Officer’s recommendation to adopt the higher retirement
             contribution rates is approved, the estimated annual employer retirement contribution
             costs for all plan sponsors will be approximately $346.0 million for Fiscal Year
             2012-13 (County portion - $315 million) which excludes negotiated offset of
             employee contributions. If the rates recommended by the actuary were used, the
             employer retirement contributions for all plan sponsors would be approximately
             $326.7 million (County portion - $297.3 million). The difference of $19.3 million
             would go toward reducing the UAAL of the retirement fund, after SDCERA has
             reimbursed the County for the $1,724,519.12 it designated to the Supplemental
             Benefit Reserve.

             The County is obligated to fund approximately 91% of the estimated annual
             employer retirement contributions while other participating employers are obligated
             to make the remaining 9% contribution. Other participating employers include the
             San Diego Superior Court, the Local Agency Formation Commission, and the San
             Dieguito River Valley Joint Powers Authority. The actual cost of retirement will
             differ due to the application of the contribution rates to the actual biweekly payroll as
             opposed to the actuary’s assumed payroll. The funding source is a combination of
             program specific and general purpose revenue.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF RETIREMENT
             Adopt the San Diego County employer and employee retirement contribution rates
             for Fiscal Year 2012-13 as recommended by the SDCERA actuary and approved by
             the Retirement Board on December 1, 2011.

             CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             Adopt the San Diego County employer and employee retirement contribution rates
             for Fiscal Year 2012-13 as recommended by the SDCERA actuary and approved by
             the Retirement Board on December 1, 2011, but direct the Chief Administrative
             Officer to utilize higher employer contribution rates of 27.93% for general members
             and 43.07% for safety members.

             SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF RETIREMENT AND CHIEF
             ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             Approve the request made by the Board of Retirement and direct the Chief
             Administrative Officer to designate $1,724,519.12 of the additional contributions to
             be made for Fiscal Year 2012-13 to the Supplemental Benefit Reserve for the
             2007-2011 administrative costs, including interest, of the health benefit program


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

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


   12.       SUBJECT:      REQUEST FOR AUTHORITY TO NEGOTIATE AND AMEND
                           COUNTY EMPLOYEE BENEFIT CONTRACTS
                           (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             The County of San Diego provides its employees with innovative health benefit
             programs that ensure high quality services and continuously monitors the
             marketplace for competitive rates for all benefit contracts. To that end, your Board is
             being asked to approve negotiation of and amendments to the County’s current
             employee health insurance and pharmacy provider agreements to add an additional
             option for employee use that would provide for Health Savings Account (HSA)
             based plans. The HSA plans would enhance consumer driven health care decisions
             and provide tax savings to employees. These changes will empower employee plan
             participants with greater flexibility and financial savings. While this may provide a
             savings to employees, it will not increase the cost to the County.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             The County’s flexible benefit program provides a monthly allowance, which varies
             by bargaining unit, to employees to apply towards the cost of the medical and
             pharmacy plans. These programs are therefore funded by a combination of employee
             contributions and County contributions through its negotiated flexible benefit
             program allowance, and will not result in additional costs to the County of San
             Diego.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, and
             Administrative Code Section 401, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing
             and Contracting, to negotiate, and upon successful negotiations and determination of
             fair and reasonable pricing, amend the Contract No. 517307 between Kaiser
             Foundation Health Plan, Inc., medical plan and County of San Diego dated August
             15, 2011; the Contract No. 531620 between Anthem Blue Cross of California,
             medical plan and County of San Diego dated November 19, 2009; and the Contract
             No. 531640 between CaremarkPCS Health, pharmacy benefit management and
             County of San Diego dated December 17, 2009, and amend related County employee
             health services agreements that may require amending as a result of the amended
             Kaiser, Anthem, and CaremarkPCS agreements; and authorize the Director to amend


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             the contracts in the future as needed to reflect changes to services and funding,
             subject to approval of the Director of the Department of Human Resources. Waive
             the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87.

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

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


   13.       SUBJECT:     COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             Board Policy A-72, Board of Supervisors Agenda and Related Process, authorizes
             the Clerk of the Board to prepare a Communications Received for Board of
             Supervisors' Official Records. Routine informational reports, which need to be
             brought to the attention of the Board of Supervisors yet not requiring action, are
             listed on this document. Communications Received documents are on file in the
             Office of the Clerk of the Board.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             N/A

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             Note and File.

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

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




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   14.       SUBJECT:     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                          APPOINTMENTS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             These appointments are in accordance with applicable Board Policy A-74, “Citizen
             Participation in County Boards, Commissions and Committees,” Board Policy I-1,
             “Planning and Sponsor Group Policies and Procedures,” Board Policy A-77,
             “Appointments to Fill Vacancies and Cancellation of Election where Insufficient
             Nominations Filed Prior to Uniform District Election and Citizen Planning Group
             Election,” and Board Policy A-134, “Procedures for Appointment to Resource
             Conservation District Boards of Directors.”

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             N/A

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             VICE-CHAIRMAN COX
             Appoint Armando Martinez to the ASSESSMENT APPEALS BOARD 2 (AAB),
             Seat No. 1, as a regular member, for a term to expire September 1, 2014.

             Re-appoint Ben McCue to the ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ADVISORY
             BOARD, SAN DIEGO, Seat No. 10, for a term to expire March 23, 2015.

             SUPERVISOR JACOB
             Appoint James G. Queenan to the COUNTY HEARING OFFICERS, Seat No. 4, for
             a term to expire January 7, 2013.

             Re-appoint Joseph F. Cebe to the FLY ABATEMENT AND APPEALS BOARD,
             Seat No. 2, for a term to expire April 10, 2015.

             Appoint Joseph Connolly to the MAJESTIC PINES COMMUNITY SERVICES
             DISTRICT, Seat No. 4, for a term to expire December 5, 2014.

             Appoint James Cooper to the RAMONA DESIGN REVIEW BOARD, Seat No. 8,
             for a term to expire May 1, 2015.

             Re-appoint Keith A. Gallistel to the RESOURCE CONSERVATION DISTRICT OF
             GREATER SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Seat No. 3, for a term to expire
             November 30, 2014.

             Appoint Charles L. Borra to the SOCIAL SERVICES ADVISORY BOARD, Seat
             No. 4, for a term to expire January 7, 2013.




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             SUPERVISOR SLATER-PRICE
             Appoint Steven L. Lochridge to the NORTH COUNTY CEMETERY DISTRICT,
             Seat No. 3, for a term to expire January 7, 2013.

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

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


   15.       SUBJECT:      PROBATION - JUVENILE JUSTICE CRIME PREVENTION
                           ACT COMPREHENSIVE MULTI-AGENCY JUVENILE
                           JUSTICE PLAN MODIFICATIONS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             In 2001, the County of San Diego executed a Comprehensive Multi-Agency Juvenile
             Justice Plan (CMJJP) to support programs under the Juvenile Justice Crime
             Prevention Act (JJCPA). The CMJJP must be approved annually by your Board and
             the California Corrections Standards Authority (CSA). Funding for the JJCPA is
             provided by the State of California, Local Revenue Fund 2011, created by
             Government Code section 30025. Funding includes both Vehicle License Fees
             (VLF) and sales tax revenue. This is a request to authorize the County’s JJCPA
             application for continued funding and modifications to the CMJJP for Fiscal Year
             2012-13 and to authorize acceptance of JJCPA funds of $8,746,233 for the period
             from October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013.

             FISCAL IMPACT:
             Funds for this request will be included in the Fiscal Year 2012-13 CAO Proposed
             Operational Plan. The funding source is the State of California, Local Revenue Fund
             2011 allocated to the Local Law Enforcement Services Account. If approved, this
             request will result in costs and revenue of $6,559,675 in Fiscal Year 2012-13 and
             $2,186,558 in Fiscal Year 2013-14.

             The total cost for the JJCPA program is $8,746,233 which includes State funding of
             $6,559,675 for the period October 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 and $2,186,558 for the
             period July 1, 2013 to September 30, 2013. The total also includes $30,000 of
             estimated interest in accordance with Government Code section 30063 (b). These
             funds will be budgeted in the Probation Department ($7,682,110) and in the Health
             and Human Services Agency ($1,064,123). There will be no change in net General
             Fund cost and no additional staff years.

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A




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             RECOMMENDATION:
             CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
             1. Adopt a resolution entitled A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF
                SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO FOR THE JUVENILE
                JUSTICE CRIME PREVENTION ACT, which will authorize the Chief
                Probation Officer to modify the Comprehensive Multi-agency Juvenile Justice
                Plan.

             2. Authorize the submission of the application and authorize the Chief Probation
                Officer to accept continued JJCPA funding for Fiscal Year 2012-13.

             ACTION:
             Noting for the record that an Errata sheet has been submitted with a revision to the
             Resolution; ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price,
             the Board took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 12-060,
             entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
             COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO                  FOR THE JUVENILE JUSTICE CRIME
             PREVENTION ACT.

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


   16.       SUBJECT:      SUPPORT FOR SENATE BILL 1145 (EMMERSON):
                           INCREASE CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR HOSTS AND
                           SPECTATORS OF ANIMAL FIGHTS AND POSSESSION OF
                           COCKFIGHTING IMPLEMENTS

             OVERVIEW:
             On February 21, 2012, Senator Emmerson introduced Senate Bill 1145, which seeks
             to increase the fine for individuals who permit, aid or cause an animal fight on their
             premises from $5,000 to $10,000. This bill would also increase the fine for
             spectators who are knowingly present or preparing for an animal fighting exhibition
             from $1,000 to $5,000. Further, the bill includes that anyone in possession of
             cockfighting paraphernalia, such as gaffs and slashers, could be subjected to an
             increased fine of $10,000.

             The County of San Diego’s 2012 Legislative Program provides authority to support
             legislation that increases the criminal penalties for spectators and breeders involved
             in animal fights but does not currently provide direction for the County to advocate
             for increasing criminal penalties for individuals who host such events.

             Today’s action would register this Board of Supervisors’ support for SB 1145 and
             add to the County Legislative Program support for increasing criminal penalties for
             hosts and spectators of animal fighting exhibitions and those in possession of
             cockfighting paraphernalia.




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             FISCAL IMPACT:
             N/A

             BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
             N/A

             RECOMMENDATION:
             SUPERVISOR JACOB
             1. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) to draft a letter expressing this
                Board of Supervisors’ support for Senate Bill 1145 to San Diego County’s
                legislative representatives in Sacramento and to the appropriate members of the
                State Legislature and Administration.

             2. Direct the CAO to include support in the County’s Legislative Program for state
                  or federal legislative efforts that would increase criminal penalties for any
                  individual who hosts, permits, aids, or causes an animal fight on their premises.

             3. Direct the CAO to include support in the County’s Legislative Program for state
                or federal legislative efforts that would increase criminal penalties for any
                individual who is found to be in possession of cockfighting paraphernalia.

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

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


   17.       SUBJECT:       CLOSED SESSION (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
                Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government
                Code section 54956.9: (Number of Potential Cases – 1)

             B.    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
                   Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (c) of Government Code section
                   54956.9: (Number of Cases – 1)

             C.    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
                   (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
                   Nelson Burns v. Yapett Crook, et al.; United States District Court, Southern
                   District, No. 07-CV-1984 JLS (WMC)




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             D. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
                (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
                Ardith Mullins, et al. v. County of San Diego, et al.; San Diego County Superior
                Court No. 37-2010-00092292-CU-PO-CTL

             E.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
                  (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
                  Keith Schultz, et al. v. County of San Diego, et al.; San Diego Superior Court
                  No. 37-2010-00060181-CU-NP-NC

             F.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
                  (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
                  Wier Construction Corporation v. County of San Diego, et al.; State of
                  California, Office of Administrative Hearings No. A-0014-2011

             G. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
                (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
                County of San Diego v. The Pointe Development, et al.; Orange County
                Superior Court No. 30-2010-000363666-CU-BC (Rodr)

             ACTION:
             Any reportable matters will be announced on Wednesday, May 2, 2012, prior to the
             start of the Board of Supervisors Planning and Land Use meeting.


   18.       SUBJECT:         PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             Chairman Ron Roberts presented a proclamation declaring May 1, 2012, Strike Out
             Stroke Day throughout the County of San Diego.

             Vice Chairman Greg Cox presented a proclamation declaring the month of
             May 2012, Bike to Work Month throughout the County of San Diego.

             Supervisor Dianne Jacob presented a proclamation declaring May 1, 2012, Chief
             Kevin Dubler Day throughout the County of San Diego.

             Supervisor Pam Slater-Price presented a proclamation declaring May 16, 2012, The
             San Diego Lawyers Club Day throughout the County of San Diego.




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   19.       SUBJECT:        PUBLIC COMMUNICATION (DISTRICTS: ALL)

             OVERVIEW:
             Jim Schmidt spoke to the Board regarding Department of Planning and Land Use
             Procedures.

             Kevin Swanson spoke to the Board regarding San Diego 2015.

             Pauline Martinson spoke to the Board regarding I Love A Clean San Diego.

             ACTION:
             Heard, referred to the Chief Administrative Officer.



There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 10:55 a.m. in memory of Bo Donovan,
Maurice Lyon, Oscar Knight III, Norma Verbeck, Donald Siegfried, James Cahill and
Jesse Martinez.



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


Consent: Vizcarra
Discussion: Panfil

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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