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									                            STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
                  COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                                  REGULAR MEETING
                               TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011
                           Board of Supervisors North Chamber
                  1600 Pacific Highway, Room 310, San Diego, California



REGULAR SESSION – Regular Meeting was called to order at 9:02 a.m.

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

Invocation was led by Pastor Jack Baca of The Village Community Presbyterian Church in
Rancho Santa Fe.

Pledge of Allegiance was led by the Tri-City Christian School seventh-grade students: Lauren
Gray, Luke Medrano, Andrew Reitmeyer and Ana Richards.




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 Category             Agenda No. Subject

 Public Safety            1.     THE ADVANCED POST-DISASTER RECOVERY
                                 INITIATIVE

                          2.     FIRE MITIGATION FEE PROGRAM:
                                 RESOLUTIONS SETTING FIRE MITIGATION
                                 FEE CEILINGS AND FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL
                                 FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT PLANS IN
                                 COUNTY SERVICES AREAS 107, 109, 110, 111,
                                 112, 113, and 135
                                 [FUNDING SOURCE(S): DEVELOPER FEES]

                          3.     AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND
                                 RE-ENACTING THE COUNTY FIRE CODE

                          4.     REVISIONS TO THE COMBUSTIBLE
                                 VEGETATION AND OTHER FLAMMABLE
                                 MATERIALS ORDINANCE
                                 [FUNDING SOURCE(S): FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
                                 PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP FUND BALANCE
                                 AVAILABLE]

                          5.     FIRE MITIGATION FEE PROGRAM REVIEW
                                 COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT

                          6.     PROBATION - JUVENILE JUSTICE CRIME
                                 PREVENTION ACT COMPREHENSIVE MULTI-
                                 AGENCY JUVENILE JUSTICE PLAN
                                 MODIFICATIONS
                                 [FUNDING SOURCE(S): JUVENILE JUSTICE
                                 CRIME PREVENTION ACT FROM THE
                                 CALIFORNIA STATE CORRECTIONS
                                 STANDARDS AUTHORITY]

 Community Services       7.     SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE AUTHORITY –
                                 APPROVE LEASE AND SUBLEASE
                                 AGREEMENTS BETWEEN COUNTY AND
                                 VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANIES

                          8.     CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS NEEDS
                                 ASSESSMENT FISCAL YEARS 2011-2016

                          9.     GENERAL SERVICES - ESTABLISH JOB ORDER
                                 CONTRACT CAPACITY AND AUTHORIZE THE
                                 DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING AND
                                 CONTRACTING TO ADVERTISE AND AWARD
                                 JOB ORDER CONTRACTS



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 Category                Agenda No. Subject

                            10.     GENERAL SERVICES - REQUEST FOR
                                    AUTHORIZATION TO PROCURE
                                    PROFESSIONAL BROKERAGE SERVICES
 Financial and General      11.     NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM
 Government                         (DISTRICT: 1)
                                    (4 VOTES)
                            12.     NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM
                                    (DISTRICT: 3)
                                    [FUNDING SOURCE(S): NEIGHBORHOOD
                                    REINVESTMENT PROGRAM (ORG 15660)]
                                    (4 VOTES)
                            13.     AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION
                                    ORDINANCE RELATING TO TENTATIVE
                                    AGREEMENTS    FOR   TWO    EMPLOYEE
                                    BARGAINING UNITS, REPRESENTED BY
                                    DEPUTY SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION OF SAN
                                    DIEGO COUNTY
                                    [FUNDING SOURCE(S): COMBINATION OF
                                    GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUES AND VARIOUS
                                    PROGRAM REVENUES]
                            14.     SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF
                                    ORDINANCE: AMENDMENTS TO THE
                                    COMPENSATION ORDINANCE RELATING TO
                                    TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS FOR SIX
                                    EMPLOYEE BARGAINING UNITS (AE, MM, PR,
                                    PS, RN, AND SS), REPRESENTED BY SERVICE
                                    EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL
                                    221, CLC AND FOR SPECIFIED
                                    UNREPRESENTED EMPLOYEES (CE, CEM, EM,
                                    EO, MA, NA, NE, NM, NS, AND UM)
                                    [FUNDING SOURCE(S): COMBINATION OF
                                    GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUES AND VARIOUS
                                    PROGRAM REVENUES]
 Communications             15.     COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED
 Received

 Appointments               16.     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                                    APPOINTMENTS

 Financial and General      17.     ALLOCATION OF NEIGHBORHOOD
 Government                         REINVESTMENT FUNDS (DISTRICT: 4)
                                    (4 VOTES)



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 Category              Agenda No. Subject

                          18.     NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT GRANT
                                  (DISTRICT: 5)
                                  [FUNDING SOURCE(S): NEIGHBORHOOD
                                  REINVESTMENT BUDGET (15670)]

 Closed Session           19.     CLOSED SESSION

 Presentation/Awards      20.     PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS




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     1.   SUBJECT:        THE ADVANCED POST-DISASTER RECOVERY INITIATIVE
                          (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          Although San Diego County is in many ways an ideal place to live, it is also a region
          at risk for several natural disasters, including wildfires and earthquakes. As Chair in
          2006, disaster preparedness was highlighted as my top priority for that year. Public
          safety has always been important to this Board of Supervisors, and our County has
          implemented strong and aggressive programs and projects to ensure that our region is
          as resilient as possible. As Chairman of the region’s Unified Disaster Council I have
          seen many examples of how County government and jurisdictions throughout our
          region are focused on disaster response. We must now begin taking new and
          innovative steps to accelerate disaster recovery as well.

          Today’s action will take our region’s efforts to the next level through the
          establishment of an “Advanced Post-Disaster Recovery Initiative” that will support
          region-wide actions that can be taken in advance of a disaster and prepare us for a
          more rapid recovery. Key elements of this initiative will include establishing
          contracts in advance for post-disaster activities, establishing programs for rapid
          restoration of lifelines (water, communication, power, transportation), planning for
          rapid economic recovery, and a focus on having the tools in place to quickly assist
          individual victims.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          There is no fiscal impact associated with this action.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHAIRMAN HORN
          Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to report back to the Board of Supervisors
          within 60 days on an “Advanced Post-Disaster Recovery Initiative”, encompassing
          any efforts currently under way and any new initiatives necessary in order to provide
          a comprehensive program that the County can adopt pre-disaster, to accelerate
          recovery after a catastrophic event.

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

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




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     2.   SUBJECT:       FIRE MITIGATION FEE PROGRAM: RESOLUTIONS
                         SETTING FIRE MITIGATION FEE CEILINGS AND FIVE-
                         YEAR CAPITAL FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT PLANS IN
                         COUNTY SERVICES AREAS 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, and
                         135 (DISTRICTS: 2 & 5)

          OVERVIEW:
          On December 11, 1985 (11), your Board of Supervisors adopted an ordinance
          establishing a Fire Mitigation Fee program. The purpose of the program is to collect
          and allocate funds to fire agencies in the unincorporated area of San Diego County for
          the purpose of providing for capital facilities and equipment to serve new
          development.

          This is a request to adopt resolutions establishing the need for funding as well as
          updates to the Five-Year Capital Facilities and Equipment Plans for the following
          County Service Areas (CSAs): No. 107 - Elfin Forest, No. 109 - Mt Laguna, No. 110
          – Mt. Palomar, No. 111 – Boulevard, No. 112 – Campo, No. 113 - San Pasqual, and
          No. 135 - San Diego County Fire Authority (SDCFA).

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          No expenditures will be made as a result of these recommendations. If approved, the
          seven County Service Areas will remain in the County’s Fire Mitigation Fee program.
          Because the funding source is developer fees, actual revenue collected depends on
          development activity. The Five-Year Capital Facilities and Equipment Plans represent
          planned use of funds collected through the Fire Mitigation Fee Program. If approved,
          this request will require no additional staff years.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find in accordance with Section15061 (b)(3) of the State California
             Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, that it can be seen with certainty
             that there is no possibility that the following action may have a significant effect
             on the environment (Attachment A).

          2. Adopt the Resolution making required findings and setting the percentage of Fire
             Mitigation Fee Ceilings in County Service Areas No. 107 - Elfin Forest; No. 109 –
             Mt. Laguna; No. 110 – Mt. Palomar; No. 111 - Boulevard; No. 112 – Campo, No.
             113 - San Pasqual, and No. 135- San Diego County Fire Authority, for Fiscal Year
             2011-12 (Attachment B).




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          3. Adopt the Resolution Adopting Five-Year Capital Facilities and Equipment Plans
             for County Service Area No. 107 - Elfin Forest; No. 109 – Mt. Laguna; No. 110 –
             Mt. Palomar; No. 111 - Boulevard; No. 112 – Campo And No. 113 - San Pasqual
             and No. 135 – San Diego County Fire Authority, For Fiscal Year 2011-12
             (Attachment C).

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board
          took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 11-034, entitled:
          RESOLUTION ADOPTING SETTING PERCENTAGE OF FMF CEILING AND
          CONTINUING THE FMF PROGRAM FOR COUNTY SERVICE AREAS 107,
          109, 110, 111, 112 113 AND 135 and adopting Resolution No. 11-035, entitled:
          RESOLUTION ADOPTING FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL FACILITIES AND
          EQUIPMENT PLANS FOR CSA’S 107, 109, 110, 111, 112 113 AND 135.

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


     3.   SUBJECT:       AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND RE-ENACTING THE
                         COUNTY FIRE CODE (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          Every three years the State of California repeals California Fire Code, Title 24,
          Volume 9, in its entirety and adopts and publishes amendments to the California Fire
          Code. California Health and Safety Code sections 17958, 17958.5 and 17958.7
          provide that the County may adopt changes or modifications to the California Fire
          Code it determines are reasonably necessary because of local climatic, geological or
          topographical conditions.

          The proposed ordinance contains additions, modifications and deletions to the
          California Fire Code that County staff has determined are necessary because of San
          Diego County's climatic, geological and topographical conditions, which include
          among other things, vegetation that is highly combustible in its natural state,
          prevalence of hot and dry conditions at certain times of the year including exposure to
          Santa Ana winds, history of drought conditions, hilly and mountainous terrain that
          limit access and egress and increase the speed at which wildfires spread, history of
          severe wildfires that have caused devastating losses, potentially severe rainstorms
          with resultant flooding and proximity to earthquake fault zones.

          The proposed ordinance provides regulations for vegetation management, water
          supply and increased access for fire equipment for new development in rural areas,
          similar to what your Board of Supervisors approved in the most recent updates to the
          Fire Code.




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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          There is no fiscal impact associated with the requested action to repeal and reenact the
          County Fire Code to due to the amendments to the California Building Standards
          Code effective of January 1, 2011.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          There will be no fiscal impact associated with the County's amendments to the CBSC,
          although the State's adoption of the amended codes is likely to increase construction
          cost a minor amount (less than 0.4%).

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental
             Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15061(b)(3) because it
             can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the project may have a
             significant effect on the environment.

          2. Approve the express findings, that the County amendments to the California
             Building Standards Code are reasonably necessary because of local climatic,
             geological or topographical conditions, pursuant to Health and Safety Code
             section 17958.7. (Attachment A)

          3. Approve the introduction of the proposed San Diego County Code amendment
             (first reading), read title and waive further reading of the following ordinance
             (Attachment B):

                   AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND RE-ENACTING THE
                   COUNTY FIRE CODE.

          If, on April 12, 2011, the Board takes action recommended in Items 1, 2 and 3, then
          on May 10, 2011:
          1. Submit the Ordinance for further consideration and adoption (second reading)

          2. Direct the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to provide a certified copy of the
             adopted ordinance amending the County Fire Code together with the associated
             findings to the California Building Standards Commission pursuant to Health and
             Safety Code section 17958.7.




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          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board
          took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further Board
          consideration and adoption on May 10, 2011.

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


     4.   SUBJECT:       REVISIONS TO THE COMBUSTIBLE VEGETATION AND
                         OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIALS ORDINANCE
                         (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          On March 24, 2004 (29), in response to the devastating wildfires that burned through
          the County in 2003, your Board of Supervisors approved amendments to the Weed
          Abatement Ordinance to increase the survivability of structures and improve
          firefighter safety during a wildfire. The ordinance was renamed the Combustible
          Vegetation and Other Flammable Materials Ordinance and improved the County’s
          ability to require clearing on parcels with and without structures and improved the
          County’s ability to enforce the requirements of the Ordinance.

          The proposed revisions to the Ordinance will shift responsibility of enforcement of
          the Ordinance from the Director of the Department of Planning & Land Use to the
          Deputy Chief Administrative Officer of the Public Safety Group, who also serves as
          the Fire Warden of the San Diego County Regional Fire Authority.

          In addition, the proposed revisions would further clarify the intent of the Ordinance is
          to provide defensible space around structures to improve firefighter safety and
          structural survivability during a wildfire.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Funds for this request will be included in the Fiscal Year 2011-12 Operation Plan for
          the Public Safety Group Executive Office, San Diego County Fire Authority. If
          approved, this will result in an estimated cost of $250,000 which will be used for
          contracted services for defensible space management, if needed. The funding source
          will be Fiscal Year 2010-11 Public Safety Group Fund Balance available. 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. Find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental
             Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15061(b)(3) because
             it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the project may have a
             significant effect on the environment.

          2. Approve the introduction of the proposed San Diego County Code amendment,
             (first reading), read title and waive further reading of the following ordinance
             (Attachment A):

                   AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 4 OF DIVISION 8 OF
                   TITLE 6 OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE RELATED TO
                   DEFENSIBLE SPACE FOR FIRE PROTECTION PURPOSES.

          If, on April 12, 2011, the Board takes action recommended in Items 1 and 2
          then on May 10, 2011:
          1. Submit the Ordinance for further consideration and adoption (second reading).

          2. Authorize the County Fire Warden, or designee, to negotiate, execute and
             administer memorandum of understandings with fire protection districts or
             agencies that allow the County to assume administrative and enforcement
             responsibility of the Ordinance for the district.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board
          took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further Board
          consideration and adoption on May 10, 2011.

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


     5.   SUBJECT:        FIRE MITIGATION FEE PROGRAM REVIEW COMMITTEE
                          ANNUAL REPORT (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          On September 24, 1986 (4), the Board of Supervisors adopted the Fire Mitigation Fee
          Ordinance. The purpose of the ordinance was to create a program that collected and
          allocated funds to fire agencies in the unincorporated area of San Diego County for
          the purpose of providing for capital facilities and equipment to serve new
          development. Because fire agencies lack legal authority to impose mitigation fees
          directly, the County collects a fee from applicants when building permits are issued
          and then distributes the funds to the fire agencies quarterly. The fire districts then use
          the funds to purchase equipment that will serve new development. The fire districts
          cannot use the funds to offset shortages in their existing program budgets.




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          The Board of Supervisors established the Fire Mitigation Fee Review Committee to
          provide oversight of the program. As part of this oversight, the review committee is
          responsible for reviewing the fire agencies’ annual expense reports to ensure
          improvement projects were necessary to serve new development and to make
          recommendations to the Board on increases or decreases in the mitigation fee amount.
          The review committee has completed its review of the expense reports for Fiscal Year
          2009-10 and evaluated the mitigation fee amount for Fiscal Year 2011-12 and is
          presenting its findings and recommendations to the Chief Administrative Officer for
          Board of Supervisors’ consideration.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          There is no fiscal impact associated with the request to maintain the current fire
          mitigation fee schedule as recommended by the Review Committee for Fiscal Year
          2011-12. No additional annual costs or additional staff years will be required as a
          result of this action. During Fiscal Year 2009-10 the Fire Mitigation Program that is
          managed by the County collected $983,206.14 which is then distributed to the fire
          agencies on a quarterly basis.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find that the requested action is exempt from the California Environmental
             Quality Act Guidelines pursuant to Section 15273, Subsection (a).

          2. Receive the report from the Fire Mitigation Fee Review Committee for Fiscal
             Year 2009-10, which shows that the twenty-five participating fire agencies are in
             conformance with the County Fire Mitigation Fee Ordinance (Attachment A).

          3. Maintain the current fee schedule for Fiscal Year 2011-12.

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

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


     6.   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 by your Board and the
          California Corrections Standards Authority (CSA). Funding for the JJCPA is provided


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          by the State Transportation Fund’s Local Safety and Protection Account (LSPA),
          which is funded by Vehicle License Fees. The Vehicle License Fee funding
          supporting these programs expires on June 30, 2011. This is a request to authorize the
          JJCPA application for continued funding and modifications to the CMJJP for Fiscal
          Year 2011-12 and to authorize acceptance of JJCPA funds of $7,446,233 for the
          period from October 1, 2011 to September 30, 2012.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Funds for this request will be included in the Fiscal Year 2011-12 Chief
          Administrative Officer Proposed Operational Plan. The funding source is the Juvenile
          Justice Crime Prevention Act from the California State Corrections Standards
          authority in the amount of $7,446,233 for the period October 1, 2011 to September
          30, 2012. If approved, this will result in costs and revenue of $5,562,175 in Fiscal
          Year 2011-12 and $1,854,058 in Fiscal Year 2012-13.

          The total cost for the JJCPA program for Fiscal Year 2011-12 is $7,446,233 which
          includes State funding of $1,854,058 for the period July 1, 2011 to
          September 30, 2011 and $5,562,175 for the period October 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012
          and $30,000 of estimated interest. These funds will be budgeted in the Probation
          Department ($6,488,802) and in the Health and Human Services Agency ($957,431).
          There will be no change in net General Fund cost and will require no additional staff
          years.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          Authorize the submission of the application and authorize Chief Probation Officer to
          accept continued JJCPA funding to the CSA and modifications to the CMJJP for
          Fiscal Year 2011-12.

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

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


     7.   SUBJECT:       SAN DIEGO COUNTY FIRE AUTHORITY – APPROVE
                         LEASE AND SUBLEASE AGREEMENTS BETWEEN
                         COUNTY     AND     VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANIES
                         (DISTRICTS: 2 & 5)

          OVERVIEW:
          Wildfire remains a constant threat in San Diego County. After the devastating
          firestorms raged across the region in 2003 and 2007, the County of San Diego


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          rededicated itself to finding new ways to keep people and their homes safer. Since
          2005, your Board has taken several actions to improve fire and emergency medical
          services in the unincorporated areas of the County. Among those actions, on
          June 25, 2008 (1), your Board passed a Resolution creating a zone within County
          Service Area 135 called the San Diego County Fire Authority (SDCFA), and activated
          the latent powers within that zone, to include fire and emergency medical services.
          Subsequent Board actions accepted a comprehensive fire deployment study and
          approved the implementation plan for the study [May 19, 2010 (1) and
          September 14, 2010 (2), respectively].

          The County contracts with Volunteer Fire Companies, Fire Protection Districts and
          CAL FIRE to provide fire and emergency medical services within the SDCFA. Many
          of the fire facilities owned and operated by the Volunteer Fire Companies are in
          disrepair and are in need of improvements. The Fiscal Year 2010-11 Adopted
          Operational Plan also includes one-time funding of $5.0 million for efforts in support
          of fire services.

          Today’s request is to approve 50-year ground leases and subleases with the Volunteer
          Fire Companies operating the stations in the communities of De Luz Heights and
          Sunshine Summit. The County will secure a ground lease at a rate of one dollar per
          year on each property owned by Volunteer Fire Companies and in turn lease the
          respective property back to those organizations under a sublease at a rate of one dollar
          per year. The sublease will automatically terminate if the service contract is
          terminated. Approval of these leases will provide long-term site control by the
          County to ensure that improvements are used to provide fire services.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          There is no fiscal impact associated with the ground leases or the subleases. Annual
          operations and maintenance costs for the facilities are being provided by each
          respective Volunteer Fire Company. Funds for the improvements that are proposed to
          be completed at each fire facility are included in the Fiscal Year 2010-11 Operational
          Plan for the Public Safety Group Executive Office, San Diego County Fire Authority.
          There will be no change in net General Fund costs and no additional staff years.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find in accordance with Section 15301(e) of the California Environmental Quality
             Act (CEQA) Guidelines that the projects are exempt from the provisions of CEQA
             because they involve the minor alteration of existing structures.

          2. Waive Board Policies B-29 and F-51 pertaining to department responsibility for
             cost recovery and market-rate leasing of County-owned real property.




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          3. Find in accordance with Government Code section 26227 that the provision of fire
             and emergency medical services serve public purposes.

          4. Approve the ground lease and sublease with the Sunshine Summit Volunteer Fire
             Department on the property identified as Assessor Parcel Number 114-130-16 and
             authorize the Director of the Department of General Services to execute two
             copies of the 50-year ground lease, two copies of the sublease and one copy of the
             Memorandum of Lease.

          5. Approve the ground lease and sublease with the De Luz Heights Volunteer
             Firefighters Association on the property identified as Assessor Parcel Number
             101-450-15 and authorize the Director of the Department of General Services to
             execute two copies of the 50-year ground lease, two copies of the sublease and
             one Memorandum of Lease.

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

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


     8.   SUBJECT:       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS NEEDS ASSESSMENT FISCAL
                         YEARS 2011-2016 (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The Facilities Planning Board, responsible for creating a consolidated and prioritized
          Capital Improvements Needs Assessment Program in conformance with the County's
          General Management System, has reviewed the Capital Improvements 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.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          This plan represents approximately $760.1 million in currently funded and approved
          projects, plus approximately $630.4 million in partially funded and unfunded priority
          major and minor capital projects, over the five-year time-frame of the Capital
          Improvements Needs Assessment. There is no fiscal impact associated with approval
          of the Capital Improvements Needs Assessment. Fiscal impact will occur when
          funding recommendations are approved during future, project-specific Board actions.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A




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          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          Approve the Capital Improvements Needs Assessment Program summarizing County
          of San Diego needs and projects for Fiscal Years 2011-2016, 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 Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board
          took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


     9.   SUBJECT:       GENERAL SERVICES - ESTABLISH       JOB ORDER
                         CONTRACT CAPACITY AND AUTHORIZE THE DIRECTOR
                         OF PURCHASING AND CONTRACTING TO ADVERTISE
                         AND AWARD JOB ORDER CONTRACTS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The Department of General Services requests authority to re-establish $65 million in
          Job Order Contracting capacity in order to execute approved capital, stimulus and
          major maintenance, repair and remodeling work. This proposal will authorize the
          Director of Purchasing and Contracting to advertise and award Job Order Contracts to
          execute capital and major maintenance programs, including unanticipated and
          emergency work identified by departments. An emphasis on smaller, specialty Job
          Order Contracts with maximum values of $2,500,000 has provided greater
          opportunity for smaller, local contractors to participate in this program and will
          continue within the program. Job Order Contracts are issued on an as-needed basis.
          The Job Order Contracting authority will be utilized for work budgeted within
          departments for the Major Maintenance Improvement Program and other general
          maintenance and repairs.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          There is no fiscal impact at this time; funds are budgeted at the project level upon
          award. No additional annual costs or additional staff years will be required as a result
          of this action.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          Expenditures resulting from this action will create private sector jobs and economic
          opportunities in San Diego County. Job Order Contracting contractors provide jobs
          for small sub-contractors who may not have the insurance or bonding capabilities to
          bid directly for County of San Diego projects.




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          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find that the proposed action is not subject to the California Environmental
             Quality Act (CEQA) under Article 5, Section 15060(c)(3) of the State CEQA
             Guidelines.

          2. Authorize the Director of Purchasing and Contracting to take any action in
             accordance with Section 401, et seq. of the Administrative Code and Public
             Contract Code section 20128.5, with respect to contracting for public works
             projects with Job Order Contracting.

          3. Designate the Director of General Services as the County Officer responsible for
             the administration of all contracts associated with Job Order Contracting for the
             County of San Diego.

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

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


    10.   SUBJECT:       GENERAL SERVICES - REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION
                         TO PROCURE PROFESSIONAL BROKERAGE SERVICES
                         (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          Since 1989, the County has used the services of real estate brokers to acquire and
          lease real property. The County's current contract for these services with Cushman
          and Wakefield expires in August 2011. Today's actions will authorize the solicitation
          of statements of qualifications from brokerage firms interested in providing brokerage
          services to the County and the final selection of a real estate broker from among
          qualified firms responding to the solicitation process.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          If approved, there will be no direct fiscal impact associated with the recommended
          actions and no impact on staff years. The County's real estate broker will receive its
          compensation directly from property owners that lease or sell buildings to the County.
          If the commission for any particular assignment exceeds the amount owed to the
          County's broker, the difference would be revenue to the County. The contract will
          also allow the Department of General Services the option to hire associated
          professional services from the winning brokerage firm on an as-needed, project-to-
          project basis. If this option is utilized, funding for these services would be identified
          when needed. It is anticipated that cost of such services would not exceed $100,000
          per year for each proposed service.




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          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          Buildings leased or purchased by the County will result in the payment of real estate
          commissions to the brokers representing property owners and the County.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find, in accordance with Section 15061(b)(3) of the California Environmental
             Quality Act ( CEQA) Guidelines, that the execution of a contract for real estate
             brokerage services is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA, because
             it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that this activity may have
             a significant effect on the environment.

          2. In accordance with Board Policy F-47, Procuring Professional Services to Assist
             with County Acquisition and Leasing of Real Property, authorize the Director,
             Department of Purchasing and Contracting to issue a solicitation for Real Estate
             Broker Services and award contract(s) for a term of three years with two one-year
             County renewal options, and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes
             to services and funding, subject to approval of the Director of General Services.

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

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


    11.   SUBJECT:       NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM
                         (DISTRICT: 1)

          OVERVIEW:
          The County of San Diego is fortunate to have an opportunity to reinvest taxpayer
          money into our communities for the benefit of the public. This action will assist the
          County in meeting the needs of the community.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The fiscal impact of these 8 grants is $122,353. In addition, $938.66 will be
          established in the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget. These actions will
          result in the addition of no staff years and no future costs.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          SUPERVISOR COX
          1. Allocate $12,500 from Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650)
             to the Monarch School for the purchase of laptops, desktop computers and related
             software.



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          2. Allocate $25,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650)
             to Feeding America San Diego for the purchase and installation of a cold storage
             unit for their new distribution center at 9455 Waples Street in San Diego.

          3. Allocate $10,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650)
             to the San Diego Canoe and Kayak Team to purchase six intermediate kayaks for
             their junior kayak team.

          4. Allocate $26,500 from Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650)
             to Family Health Centers of San Diego to purchase and install dental chairs and
             dental hand piece sets at their Logan Heights Dental Clinic.

          5. Allocate $3,760 from Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650)
             to the San Diego Asian Film Foundation to purchase an iMac computer, monitor
             and related software to enhance their youth educational program, REEL VOICES.

          6. Allocate $8,695 from Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650)
             to the Chula Vista Veterans Home Support Foundation to purchase and install
             motorized height bars, which will be used for physical rehabilitation activities.

          7. Allocate $15,898 from Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650)
             to the San Diego Food Bank to purchase computers and software to improve food
             bank operations.

          8. Allocate $20,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget (Org 15650)
             to the South Bay Family YMCA to purchase and install ellipticals and treadmills
             for their cross training exercise centers at 1201 Paseo Magda in Chula Vista.

          9. Establish appropriations of $938.66 in the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program
             Budget (Org 15650) based on the return of an unused portion of the
             April 21, 2009 (12) allocation of $50,290.65 to San Diego Association of
             Governments for Phase I of a feasibility study on the California Coastal Trail
             through San Diego County, so the funds can be reallocated to other projects.
             (4 VOTES)

          10. Amend the purpose of the June 22, 2010 allocation of $3,600 to the Bonita
              Historical Society to include the purchase and installation of additional lighting
              fixtures and an area rug at the Bonita Museum.

          11. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute grant agreements with these
              organizations establishing terms for receipt of the funds described above and to
              make minor amendments to the agreements that are consistent with the general
              purpose of the grant but do not increase the grant.

          12. Find that the grant awards described above have a public purpose.




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

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


    12.   SUBJECT:       NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROGRAM GRANTS
                         (DISTRICT: 3)

          OVERVIEW:
          Funding for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program was included in the fiscal year
          2010-2011 adopted budget in order to further public purposes throughout the County.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The current year total combined cost of these projects is $83,218. The funding source
          is the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program (Org 15660). This will result in the
          addition of no staff years and no future year costs.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          SUPERVISOR SLATER-PRICE
          1. Allocate $10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
             (Org 15660) to the Friends of the Encinitas Library to assist with the purchase of a
             piano for free public concerts at the Encinitas Library.

          2. Allocate $5,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
             (Org 15660) to the Burn Institute for the purchase smoke alarms and fire safety
             education materials for the FIRE EXPO on June 18, 2011 at the Del Mar
             Fairgrounds.

          3. Allocate $7,541 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
             (Org 15660) to the Angel’s Depot for the purchase of cardboard meal boxes, office
             chairs for volunteers, food bags, equipment carts, warehouse heat fans, deck racks,
             and rolling bins for their meal emergency box program to feed the elderly.

          4. Allocate $5,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
             (Org 15660) to ArtHatch for the purchase and installation of an outdoor sign and
             an air conditioning unit at their facility in Escondido.

          5. Allocate $6,017 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
             (Org 15660) to San Diego Coastkeeper for the purchase of water quality
             monitoring equipment and supplies.




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          6. Allocate $3,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
             (Org 15660) to the Friends of the Solana Beach Library to purchase a projector,
             microphones, computer, printer, supplies for creating flyers, postage, software, and
             flash drives for the Friends Night Out education program.

          7. Allocate $5,600 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
             (Org 15660) to Wingtip Productions, Inc. to purchase costumes, a television for
             viewing and learning from rehearsals, and a video camera for recording rehearsals
             for their community service performances.

          8. Allocate $11,400 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
             (Org 15660) to the North Coast Repertory Theatre to assist with the purchase a
             multi-function printer and the installation of an upgraded circuit system in the
             theater at 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075.

          9. Allocate $7,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
             (Org 15660) to the San Diego Soccer Club to purchase soccer goals and nets,
             storage units, locks, corner flags, paint, field lining equipment, signs, cones, and
             soccer balls.

          10. Allocate $50,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program Budget
              (Org 15660) to The Old Globe for theatrical attire and the construction of theater
              settings at 1363 Old Globe Way, San Diego, CA 92101.

          11. Establish appropriations of $3,240.00 in the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program
              Budget (Org 15660) based on the return of an unused portion of the June 22, 2010
              (15) allocation of $5,000 to Mojalet Dance Collective to assist with costs for venue
              rental of the 2010 Stick Together Project in September and October 2010 at 340
              North Escondido Boulevard Escondido, CA 92025 and at 13330 Paseo Del Verano
              Norte, San Diego CA 92128, so the funds can be reallocated to other projects.
              (4 VOTES)

          12. Rescind the March 15, 2011 (11) allocation of $25,000 from the Neighborhood
              Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15660) to the Helen Woodward Animal
              Center to assist with construction of a new adoptions facility for the Helen
              Woodward Animal Center located at 6461 El Apajo road, Rancho Santa Fe, CA
              92067, so the funds can be reallocated to other projects.

          13. Establish appropriations of $100 in the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program
              Budget (Org 15660) based on the return of an unused portion of the June 23, 2009
              (10) allocation of $7,500 to the San Elijo Lagoon Convervancy to assist with costs
              to produce a wetlands teaching guide for students and to produce a promotional
              brochure for the San Elijo Lagoon Nature Center, so the funds can be reallocated
              to other projects. (4 VOTES)




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          14. Find that the allocations to ArtHatch and to the North Coast Repertory Theatre are
              exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to
              CEQA Guidelines section 15301.

          15. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to take all actions necessary to execute grant
              agreements with these organizations establishing terms for receipt of the funds
              described above, and to make minor amendments to the agreements that are
              consistent with the general purpose of the grant but do not increase the grant.

          16. Find that all grant awards described above have a public purpose.

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

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


    13.   SUBJECT:       AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE
                         RELATING TO TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS FOR TWO
                         EMPLOYEE BARGAINING UNITS, REPRESENTED BY
                         DEPUTY SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION OF SAN DIEGO
                         COUNTY (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          This action 1) presents Compensation Ordinance amendments for the first reading of
          negotiated provisions of an extension of the Memoranda of Agreement between the
          County and the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association of San Diego County; 2) adds wages in
          2013; 3) increases the uniform allowance in 2013; 4) provides for a one-time
          monetary payment equivalent to 2% of base pay for all eligible regular employees
          covered by these agreements; 5) increases employees’ flex credits in 2012, 2013 and
          2014; and 6) reduces the County’s portion of the employee paid retirement offset in
          2011, 2012 and 2013.

          The tentative agreements for a three-year extension that have been reached with the
          two employee bargaining units represented by the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association of
          San Diego County are pending ratification. All units that ratify will be presented to
          your Board of Supervisors for consideration and approval on May 10, 2011.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Today’s recommendations will result in no current fiscal year costs or revenues. The
          changes will not be reflected in the CAO Proposed Fiscal Year 2011-2013
          Operational Plan. Staff will return to your Board to recommend necessary adjustments
          to the CAO Proposed Fiscal Year 2011-2013 Operational Plan after the agreements
          have been ratified.




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          In Fiscal Year 2011-2012, the 2% one-time monetary payment is estimated to result in
          one-time costs of $5.0 million, flex credits are estimated to increase by $0.3 million
          and the County’s portion of the employee paid retirement offsets are estimated to
          decrease by $1.7 million. In Fiscal Year 2012-2013, flex credits are estimated to
          increase by an additional $1.2 million and the County’s portion of the employee paid
          retirement offsets are estimated to decrease further by $2.5 million for total ongoing
          decrease to the County’s portion of the employee paid retirement offsets of
          $4.2 million. In Fiscal Year 2013-2014, wages are estimated to increase by
          $2.7 million, uniform allowance is estimated to increase by $0.6 million, and flex
          credits are estimated to increase by an additional $1.7 million. The Fiscal Year
          2013-2014 decrease to the County’s portion of the employer paid retirement offset
          will be based on actual new employees hired on or after July 1, 2013. In Fiscal Year
          2014-2015, flex credits are estimated to increase by an additional $0.9 million for
          total ongoing flex credit increase of $4.1 million. The funding source is a
          combination of General Purpose revenues and various program revenues.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          On April 12, 2011 (First Reading)
          1. Approve introduction (first reading) of the following ordinances; read title and
             waive further reading of these ordinances (MAJORITY VOTE):

                   AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE
                   RELATING TO TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS FOR TWO EMPLOYEE
                   BARGAINING UNITS, REPRESENTED BY DEPUTY SHERIFFS’
                   ASSOCIATION OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY.

          If the Board takes the action recommended in item 1, then on May 10, 2011 (second
          reading):
          1. Submit ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption (second reading on
             May 10, 2011).
          2. Set May 10, 2011 as the date for consideration and approval of the three-year
             extension of the Memoranda of Agreement between the County and the Deputy
             Sheriffs’ Association of San Diego County.




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          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board
          took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further Board
          consideration and adoption on May 10, 2011.

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


    14.   SUBJECT:       SECOND     CONSIDERATION      AND     ADOPTION   OF
                         ORDINANCE: AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION
                         ORDINANCE RELATING TO TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS
                         FOR SIX EMPLOYEE BARGAINING UNITS (AE, MM, PR, PS,
                         RN, AND SS), REPRESENTED BY SERVICE EMPLOYEES
                         INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 221, CLC AND FOR
                         SPECIFIED UNREPRESENTED EMPLOYEES (CE, CEM, EM,
                         EO, MA, NA, NE, NM, NS, AND UM) (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          On April 5, 2011 (9), the Board of Supervisors introduced Ordinance for further
          consideration and adoption on April 12, 2011.

          This action 1) presents Compensation Ordinance amendments for the first reading of
          negotiated provisions of an extension of the Memoranda of Agreement between the
          County and six employee bargaining units (AE, MM, PR, PS, RN, and SS) of the
          Service Employees International Union, Local 221, CLC; 2) provides for one-time
          monetary payment equivalent to 2% of base pay for all eligible regular employees
          covered by these agreements and for all eligible unrepresented regular employees,
          excluding Elected Officials (EO); 3) increases employees’ flex credits in 2012 and in
          2013; and 4) reduces the County’s portion of the employee paid retirement offset in
          2011 and 2012.

          The tentative agreements for a two-year extension that have been reached with six
          employee bargaining units (AE, MM, PR, PS, RN, and SS), represented by the
          Service Employees International Union, Local 221, CLC have been ratified.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Today’s recommendations will result in no current fiscal year costs or revenues. If
          approved, funding associated with today’s recommendations will be reflected in the
          CAO’s Proposed Fiscal Years 2011-2013 Operational Plan. In Fiscal Year 2011-2012,
          the 2% one-time monetary payment is estimated to result in one-time costs of
          $12.3 million, flex credits are estimated to increase by $1.0 million and the County’s
          portion of the employee paid retirement offsets are estimated to decrease by
          $3.9 million. In Fiscal Year 2012-2013, flex credits are estimated to increase by an
          additional $2.1 million and the County’s portion of the employee paid retirement
          offsets are estimated to decrease further by $6.4 million for total ongoing retirement
          offsets decrease of $10.3 million. In Fiscal Year 2013-2014, flex credits are estimated


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          to increase by an additional $1.1 million for total ongoing flex credits increase of
          $4.2 million. The funding source is a combination of General Purpose revenues and
          various program revenues.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Adopt Ordinance entitled:

                   AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE
                   RELATING TO TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS FOR SIX
                   EMPLOYEE BARGAINING UNITS (AE, MM, PR, PS, RN, AND
                   SS),   REPRESENTED       BY    SERVICE EMPLOYEES
                   INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 221, CLC AND FOR
                   SPECIFIED UNREPRESENTED EMPLOYEES (CE, CEM, EM,
                   EO, MA, NA, NE, NM, NS, and UM).

          2. Consider and approve the two-year extension of the Memoranda of Agreement
             between the County and the Service Employees International Union, Local 221,
             CLC.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board
          took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 10141, entitled:
          AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE RELATING TO
          TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS FOR SIX EMPLOYEE BARGAINING UNITS (AE,
          MM, PR, PS, RN, AND SS), REPRESENTED BY SERVICE EMPLOYEES
          INTERNATIONAL UNION, LOCAL 221, CLC AND FOR SPECIFIED
          UNREPRESENTED EMPLOYEES (CE, CEM, EM, EO, MA, NA, NE, NM, NS,
          AND UM).

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


    15.   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.




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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          N/A

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          Note and File.

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

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


    16.   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,” and 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:
          CHAIRMAN HORN
          Re-appoint Richard McGaffigan to the ALCOHOL AND DRUG ADVISORY
          BOARD, SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Seat No. 14, for a term to expire January 5, 2015.

          Re-appoint Violet Dupre to the ALCOHOL AND DRUG ADVISORY BOARD, SAN
          DIEGO COUNTY, Seat No. 15, for a term to expire January 5, 2015.

          Re-appoint Shannon D. Lehman to the ASSESSMENT APPEALS BOARD 4 (AAB),
          Seat No. 5, for a term to expire September 2, 2013.




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          Waive Board Policy A-74, "Citizen Participation in County Boards, Commissions and
          Committees," and re-appoint Thomas J. Morrow, Ph.D to the CABLE TELEVISION
          AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS REVIEW COMMISSION, Seat No. 5 for a term
          to expire January 5, 2015.

          Re-appoint Cass Kaminetz to the CSA 83 (SAN DIEGUITO) AND 83 ZONE A
          (4S RANCH) ADVISORY COMMITTEE, Seat No. 2, for a term to expire
          January 5, 2015.

          Appoint Clarence (Bill) William Winn to the PALA-PAUMA VALLEY
          COMMUNITY SPONSOR GROUP, Seat No. 4, for a term to expire
          January 5, 2015.

          Re-appoint Sandra Farrell to the TWIN OAKS VALLEY SPONSOR GROUP, Seat
          No. 1, for a term to expire January 7, 2013.

          Re-appoint Ben Morris to the TWIN OAKS VALLEY SPONSOR GROUP, Seat
          No. 2, for a term to expire January 5, 2015.

          Re-appoint Henry Palmer to the TWIN OAKS VALLEY SPONSOR GROUP, Seat
          No. 4, for a term to expire January 5, 2015.

          Re-appoint Gil Jemmott to the TWIN OAKS VALLEY SPONSOR GROUP, Seat
          No. 5, for a term to expire January 7, 2013.

          Re-appoint Karen Binns to the TWIN OAKS VALLEY SPONSOR GROUP, Seat
          No. 6, for a term to expire January 5, 2015.

          Waive Board Policy A-74, "Citizen Participation in County Boards, Commissions and
          Committees," and re-appoint Jesse Hutchings to the UPPER SAN LUIS REY
          RESOURCE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, Seat No. 2, for a term to expire
          January 3, 2015.

          Re-appoint Alfonso Ramos to the UPPER SAN LUIS REY RESOURCE
          CONSERVATION DISTRICT, Seat No. 3, for a term to expire January 3, 2015.

          SUPERVISOR JACOB
          Appoint Michael M. Milligan to the ALPINE COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP,
          Seat No. 11, for a term to expire January 7, 2013.

          Appoint Travis Lyon to the ALPINE COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP, Seat
          No. 5, for a term to expire January 7, 2013.

          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          Appoint Paul Moose to the COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
          ADMINISTERING BOARD, Seat No. 17, for a term to expire June 30, 2013.



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

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


    17.   SUBJECT:       ALLOCATION OF NEIGHBORHOOD                         REINVESTMENT
                         FUNDS (DISTRICT: 4)

          OVERVIEW:
          The County’s fiscal condition has enabled it to reinvest taxpayer money in our
          communities for the benefit of the public. These recommended actions propose
          allocations to new projects from the County of San Diego’s Neighborhood
          Reinvestment Projects Funds.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The total combined cost of the proposed recommendations is $124,460.
          Appropriations are available in the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665).
          This action will result in the addition of no staff years and no future costs.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          VICE CHAIRMAN ROBERTS
          1. Allocate $16,361 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
             the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of San Diego County to purchase sound systems,
             television, office cabinets, laptop computers, projection screens, projectors, ipad,
             printer, and dvd player.

          2. Allocate $10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
             the Chinese School of San Diego to purchase computers, monitors, printers,
             projectors and computer accessories.

          3. Allocate $3,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
             Linda Vista Multi-Cultural Fair, Inc to purchase t-shirts, print programs, other
             printing and postage costs, and table covers for the Annual Linda Vista Multi-
             Cultural Fair & Parade on April 16, 2011.

          4. Establish appropriations of $1,158.88 in the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program
             Budget (Org 15665) based on the return of an unused portion of the
             March 2, 2010 (9) allocation of $5,000.00 to the Mission Valley Rotary Club
             Charities for gardening and planting supplies and equipment and signage costs.
             (4 VOTES)



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          5. Rescind the June 29, 2010, allocation of $2,000 from the Community
             Enhancement budget (Org 12900) to Pastors on Point for the 3rd Annual
             San Diego Praise Fest 2010, so the funds can be reallocated to other projects.

          6. Allocate $10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
             the Rebuild Together San Diego to purchase signs, solar lighting, musical
             instruments, plants, construction and gardening equipment and tools, and PA
             system for the Azalea Park Conservation Garden.

          7. Allocate $15,899 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
             the San Diego Food Bank Corporation to purchase computers and computer
             software.

          8. Allocate $3,700 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to the
             San Diego Science Alliance to reimburse the organization for signs for their
             annual High Tech Fair held on February 8-9, 2011and to purchase software
             programs for the 2011 High Tech Fair and for future organizational use.

          9. Amend the purpose of the April 8, 2008 (12) allocation of $10,000 to the Southern
             Sudanese Community Center of San Diego to include building improvements and
             renovations. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the grant agreement
             accordingly.

          10. Allocate $25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
              the Union of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC) for costs related for mold removal
              and roof repair of their administrative office located at 1031 25th Street,
              San Diego, CA 92102.

          11. Allocate $20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
              the University of San Diego School of Nursing to purchase a new electronic
              medical records system, Alaris pumps, overhead trapeze and a gurney for their
              Simulation and Standardized Patient Nursing Laboratory.

          12. Allocate $20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
              the Urban Corp of San Diego County to purchase servers, software, networking
              gear and equipment, computers and printers for the organization’s administrative
              building located at 3127 Jefferson Street.

          13. Reduce the amount of the April 21, 2009, allocation from the Neighborhood
              Reinvestment Program Budget (Org 15665) to the Asian Pacific Speech and
              Hearing Foundation from $10,000 to $8,890.




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          14. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute grant agreements with these
              organizations establishing the terms for receipt of the funds described above, and
              to make minor amendments to the agreements that are consistent with the general
              purpose of the grant but do not increase the grant.

          15. Find that the authorization described in recommendation 10 and 11 are exempt
              from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to section 15301
              of the CEQA Guidelines because the allocations will be used for maintenance,
              repair and minor alterations to existing facilities.

          16. Find that all the grant awards described above have a public purpose.

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

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


    18.   SUBJECT:       NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT GRANT (DISTRICT: 5)

          OVERVIEW:
          Neighborhood Reinvestment Program funding assists non-profit organizations in
          providing essential services to citizens of San Diego County. Reinvesting taxpayer
          money in worthwhile organizations is a benefit to the citizens and communities of
          North County.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The fiscal impact of these recommendations is $25,000. The funding source is the
          Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670). This action will result in the addition of
          no new staff years and no future costs.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHAIRMAN HORN
          1. Allocate $25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to TERI,
             Inc. to help cover the costs of construction and development of the Parham House.

          2. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute a grant agreement with the
             organization listed above, establishing terms for receipt of the funds described
             above and to make minor amendments to the agreement that are consistent with the
             general purpose of the grant but do not increase the grant.




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          3. Find that the allocation in item number 1 is exempt from the California
             Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15303.

          4. Find that this grant award has a public purpose.

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

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


    19.   SUBJECT:       CLOSED SESSION (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
             (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9
             Kenneth Fisher v. Jeffrey Houser, et al.; United States District Court, Southern
             District of California, No. 09-CV-2572-JM (BGS)

          B. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
             (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9
             Estate of Jesus Manzo, et al. v. County of San Diego, et al.; United States District
             Court, Southern District of California, No. 06-CV-0060 BTM (WMc)

          C. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
             (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9
             Melissa Simon v. Deputy Tony Bailey, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court
             No. 37-2009-00094496-CU-PO-CTL

          D. 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)

          E. 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)

          F. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS
             (Government Code section 54957.6)
             Designated Representatives: Willie Cook, Susan Brazeau
             Employee Organizations: All




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           ACTION:
           Any reportable matters will be announced on Wednesday, April 13, 2011, prior to the
           start of the Board of Supervisors Planning and Land Use meeting.


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

           OVERVIEW:
           Chairman Bill Horn presented a proclamation declaring April 10-16, 2011, National
           Public Safety Telecommunications Appreciation Week throughout the County of
           San Diego.

           Chairman Bill Horn and Supervisor Greg Cox presented a proclamation declaring the
           month of April, 2011, Child Abuse Prevention Month throughout the County of
           San Diego.

           Vice-Chairman Ron Roberts and Supervisor Greg Cox presented a proclamation
           declaring April 12, 2011, Father Joe Carroll Day throughout the County of San Diego.

           Vice-Chairman Ron Roberts presented a proclamation declaring April 12, 2011,
           Social Workers Appreciation Day throughout the County of San Diego.

           Supervisor Dianne Jacob presented a proclamation declaring April 12, 2011,
           Bill Geppert Day throughout the County of San Diego.

           Supervisor Pam Slater-Price presented a proclamation declaring April 12, 2011,
           North Coast Repertory Theater Day throughout the County of San Diego.

           Special Presentation by Chairman Bill Horn recognizing the County Operations
           Center for the “Energy All-Star Award”.

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 11:20 a.m. in memory of Charlene
Tressler and Monroe Nash.


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


Consent: Vizcarra
Discussion: Mazyck

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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