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					                                Board of Supervisors Agenda
                                Chairman            Vice Chairman
                                Susan B. Anderson   Judith G. Case       Phil Larson                 Juan Arambula        Bob Waterston
Room 301, Hall of Records       2nd District        4th District         1st District                3rd District         5th District
2281 Tulare Street
Fresno, California 93721-2198                                            Bart Bohn                   Dennis A. Marshall   Bernice E. Seidel
Telephone: (559) 488-3529                                                County Admin. Officer       County Counsel       Clerk
Toll Free: 1-800-742-1011




                                                                   TUESDAY

                                                      SEPTEMBER 28, 2004

                                                                   9:00 AM

         PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
         NOTE: Any item that is pulled from the morning consent agenda for discussion will be set aside until
         the department can be notified and its representative is in the board room.
         Morning




         1.        Morning Consent Agenda - Item Numbers 13 - 38
                   - (These matters are routine in nature and are usually approved by a single vote. Prior to action
                     by the Board, the public will be given the opportunity to comment on any Consent Item)
                   - Items to be removed from Consent for Discussion
                   - Approval of Morning Consent Agenda
                   - Discussion/Action on Items removed from Consent Agenda
         Supervisor Arambula
         2.        Receive presentation from Friant Water Authority on status of recent court rulings
                   on Friant Dam and the San Joaquin River
         Administrative Office
         3.        Proclaim October 2004, as Red Ribbon Celebration, "Building a Safe and
                   Healthy Community Together"
         4.        Agreement with CSDC Corporation for the purchase of their e-Permitting
                   software called AMANDA ($382,196 Maximum)
         5.        Receive report on three (3) potential sites for the West Fresno Regional Center;
                   identify Site B as the preferred site for the Center; direct staff to develop a cost
                   and service delivery plan for the Center
         6.        Approve and authorize the Director of Children and Family Services to submit a
                   System Improvement Plan to the California Department of Social Services




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7.     Consider presentation by staff on potential near-, mid- and long-term actions
       regarding land use and traffic issues in Malaga area and direct staff accordingly;
       adopt resolution authorizing Interim Director of Department of Public Works and
       Planning to submit grant application to California Department of Transportation
       for Community Based Transportation Planning Grant for Circulation Study for
       Southeast Fresno/Malaga area ($300,000)
8.     Receive presentation on Fresno County Road System
9.     Board of Supervisors' Committee Reports - Receive and provide direction
       (This item reserved for committee reports by members of the Board of Supervisors)
10.    Board Appointments - (List attached in packet and posted on bulletin board outside of
       Board Chambers)
11.    Public Presentations - (This portion of the meeting reserved for persons desiring to
       address the Board on any matter not on this agenda - Pursuant to Administrative Policy No. 29,
       presentations are limited to 5 minutes per person and no more than 15 minutes per topic)
12.    Closed Session –

       a.     Conference with legal counsel – Existing Litigation, Government Code
              section 54956.9(a), Case name unspecified: case filed under seal
       b.     Conference with Labor Negotiator (GC 54957.6): Agency Negotiator:
              Ralph Jimenez; Employee Organization: All Bargaining Units and
              Management and Unrepresented Employees – Hours, Wages and Terms
              and Conditions of Employment


                                            ADJOURN


NEXT MEETINGS:
October 5, 2004 - 9:00 A.M.
October 19, 2004 - 9:00 A.M.


Requests for disability-related modification or accommodation needed in order to participate in the
meeting must be made to the Clerk to the Board of Supervisors (559) 488-3529 no later than Monday at
9:00 a.m.
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              MORNING CONSENT AGENDA – Item Numbers 13 - 38
          (Any Board Member may pull any consent item for discussion or separate vote)
Supervisor Arambula
13.   Proclaim October 1, 2004, Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries day
      and celebrate FIRM's 10th Anniversary
Supervisor Case
14.   Adopt resolution recognizing Caruthers District Fair's 75th Anniversary
District Attorney
15.   Adopt a resolution increasing FY 2004-05 revenue and appropriations for District
      Attorney’s Grants Org. 28626500 in the amount of $96,628 (4/5 vote)
Sheriff
16.   Adopt resolution increasing appropriations and estimated revenue for Sheriff
      Grant Org. 3112 in the amount of $50,000 (4/5 vote); and authorize the Sheriff, or
      a respective designee appointed by the Sheriff, to execute any subsequent
      amendments and all necessary supporting documents
17.   Adopt resolution increasing appropriations and estimated revenue for Sheriff
      Grant Org. 3112 in the amount of $11,500 for the purchase of five (5) software
      licenses (4/5 vote)
Administrative Office
18.   Receive the Fresno County's Substance Abuse Services Treatment Outcomes
      Report
19.   Adopt resolution increasing appropriations in the Interest and Miscellaneous
      Expenditures Org. 2540, and revenues in the Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax
      Collector (Discretionary Revenues) Org. 04100800, in the amount of $8,026 (4/5
      vote); approve and authorize payment of Proposition 172 funds to the Fresno
      County Fire Protection District in the amount of $1,089,372; and approve and
      authorize payment of Proposition 172 funds to the Fig Garden Fire Protection
      District in the amount of $18,654
20.   Adopt budget resolution increasing the FY 2004-05 Probation Org. 34300290 in
      the amount of $40,413 (4/5 vote)
21.   Approve and authorize retroactive submission of an application with the State
      Department of Mental Health for FY 2004-05 Substance Abuse and Mental
      Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Federal block grant funds for mental
      health services to Hmong refugees ($82,908); accept retroactive grant award
      from State Department of Mental Health for FY 2004-05 to provide mental health
      services to Hmong refugees ($82,908); adopt budget resolution increasing the
      FY 2004-05 Department of Behavioral Health Org. 56302003 appropriations and
      estimated revenues in the amount of $74,617 (4/5 vote); and approve and
      authorize Chairman to execute a sole source agreement with Fresno Center for
      New Americans for the provision of mental health services to Hmong refugees
      ($74,617)
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22.   Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Children and Family
      Services to sign and submit U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services H-1 B
      extension Work Visa documents on behalf of Dr. Muhammad Rauf, M.D., to
      obtain a fifty (50) day extension; and approve and authorize the Director of the
      Department of Children and Family Services to amend current and execute
      future employment agreements and sign and submit U.S. Citizenship and
      Immigration Services documents for all foreign doctors as needed
23.   Approve Addendum to Memorandum of Understanding for ten Representation
      Units and Management and Unrepresented employees regarding a County
      Pollworker Program and related Salary Resolution Amendment
24.   Authorize the Chief Probation Officer to submit a grant application in the amount
      of $119,804 to the Victim/Witness Assistance Section of the Office of Emergency
      Services (OES); approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Application,
      Certification of Assurance of Compliance and agreement
25.   Authorize the Director of Behavioral Health to negotiate a revenue agreement
      with San Bernardino County Department of Aging and Adult Services for the
      Acquisition of the Fresno County IHSS Automated Payroll System
26.   Accept letters from the Sheriff and District Attorney requesting distribution of
      Citizens Option for Public Safety funds and determine that requests are
      appropriate within government code guidelines
27.   Authorize Interim Director of Department of Public Works and Planning to
      execute agreement for funding under State Office of Traffic Safety for automated
      Collision Analysis and Tracking System
28.   Adopt resolution approving County of Fresno's Disadvantaged Business
      Enterprise Program for 2004-2005 Federal Fiscal Year and Annual Overall Goal
      of 14 percent; and authorize Chairman to execute program document
Agreements - Approve and Authorize Chairman to Execute
29.   Retroactive agreement with WestCare California, Inc., for the Provision of HIV
      education and prevention services ($81,958); agreement with The Good Citizens,
      Inc., for the provision of HIV education and prevention services ($68,205); and
      agreement with California Detoxification Program, Inc., for the Provision of HIV
      education and prevention services ($54,638)
30.   Agreements with Kings View Corporation for alcohol and drug prevention
      services in geographic prevention Region V ($96,219), and Friday Night Live
      ($86,600); amendment to the agreement with Fresno County Economic
      Opportunities Commission, Inc., (FCEOC) for specialized alcohol and drug
      prevention services at the Elkhorn Correctional Facility and in geographic
      prevention Region VIII ($171,996); and amendment to the agreement with Kings
      View Corporation for alcohol and drug prevention services Region VI ($110,700)
31.   Agreement with House of Hope for Youth - San Joaquin Valley, Inc., for case
      management services for youth to prevent involvement in the juvenile justice
      system ($71,302)
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32.                           Agreements for Promoting Safe and Stable Families program services with
                              Catholic Charities Diocese of Fresno, Clovis Unified School District,
                              Comprehensive Youth Services, Court Appointed Special Advocates, Fresno
                              Unified School District, Sanger Unified School District, and Westside Family
                              Preservation Services Network ($524,583)
33.                           Amendment to the agreement with Turning Point of Central California, Inc., to
                              provide services to homeless consumers ($143,169)
34.                           Agreement with Delta Point, Inc., to provide outpatient alcohol and/or drug
                              treatment services, effective October 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005 ($168,825);
                              agreement with California Mental Health Systems, Inc., for Drug Medi-Cal
                              outpatient alcohol and/or drug treatment services, effective October 1, 2004
                              through June 30, 2005 ($369,079); and amendment to the agreement with
                              Panacea, Inc., for Drug Medi-Cal outpatient alcohol and/or drug treatment
                              services, retroactive from July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2004 ($9,716) and from
                              July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005 ($40,658)
35.                           Amendment II to the agreement with Central Valley YMCA for Management of
                              the Perinatal Addiction Treatment and Health Services (PATHS) program Child
                              Care Center ($95,958)
36.                           Amendment to the lease with the 21st Agricultural Association, Big Fresno Fair,
                              to extend the term of the lease fifty (50) years for use of the Fairgrounds
37.                           Retroactive agreement with Fresno Irrigation District for purchase of 500
                              acre/feet of water in 2003 and 2004 water years
38.                           Agreement with Calaveras Materials, Inc., to fund preparation of Supplemental
                              Environmental Impact Report for proposed amended Kings River Sand and
                              Gravel Project located on south side of East Goodfellow Avenue between
                              Cameron Slough and South Riverbend Avenue alignment
Afternoon C ons ent Ag enda

				
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