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									AGENDA FOR: MARIN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MARIN COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MARIN COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MARIN COUNTY TRANSIT DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS AGENDA Tuesday, June 17, 2003 Board of Supervisors Chambers, Room 330, Civic Center Convene in Open Session Convene in Closed Session 1. Appointed Department Head evaluation (Director of County Library Services) pursuant to Government Code Section 54957. Reconvene in Open Session 2. Supervisor Brown requesting a resolution commending the Reverend John Auer for his years of extraordinary service to the community and for unwavering commitment to social justice concerns. Recess as the Board of Supervisors Convene as the Marin County Housing Authority Board of Commissioners 3a. Approval of minutes of the meeting of May 6, 2003. 3b. Open Time, limited to three minutes on matters concerning the Marin County Housing Authority. Executive Director's Report. Request to approve the Below Market Rate For Sale Housing Agreement, Chapel Cove Development, San Rafael. Recommended actions: Approve. Request to approve Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Rotary Manor) Series 2003A, for the purpose of financing rehabilitation of the 99-unit senior complex. (Corresponds with item 11 on the Board of Supervisors agenda.) Recommended actions: Conduct public hearing and adopt resolution authorizing issuance, sale and delivery of Housing Revenue Bonds. Request to adopt resolution opposing federal bills HR 1841 and S 947 proposing to block grant Section 8 Housing Voucher Assistance to the States. Recommended actions: Adopt resolution. Request to authorize the Executive Director to submit application for 50 Mainstream Section 8 Vouchers for Low-income Disabled Individuals. Recommended actions: Adopt resolution authorizing submission of an application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") for Section 8 Vouchers. 1 6/17/2003

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Request to authorize the Executive Director to execute agreement with the Marin County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Aging, in the amount of $24,000 to provide information and assistance services for older adults. Recommended actions: Approve. Adjourn as the Marin County Housing Authority Board of Commissioners Reconvene as the Board of Supervisors in Open Session Board of Supervisors' matters. Administrator's report. Open time for public expression, limited to three minutes per speaker, on items not on the Board of Supervisors’ agenda. CONSENT CALENDAR A (Items CA-1 through CA-10) ("Consent Calendar A" reflects those agenda items that have prior policy approval from the Board and do not exceed $500,000 in cost.) CONSENT CALENDAR B (Items CB-1 through CB- 4) ("Consent Calendar B" reflects those agenda items requiring a 4/5th vote relating to budgetary matters.) Request from the County Administrator to authorize the President to execute a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with the Marin County Superior Court covering the provision of County services to the Court for FY 2003-04. Recommended actions: Approve. Report from the Community Development Agency Director regarding community outreach on wood burning appliances and fireplaces and presentation of recommendations regarding possible actions to diminish wood smoke pollution. Recommended actions: Receive report and direct staff to return to the Board (a) recommendations for an Education and Outreach Program; (b) a draft ordinance controlling wood burning appliances, including a list of prohibited fuels, and reporting mechanisms; and (c) a report on options for a rebate program. Request to approve Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Rotary Manor) Series 2003A, for the purpose of financing rehabilitation of the 99-unit senior complex. (Corresponds with item 3e on the Housing Authority agenda.) Recommended actions: Adopt resolution approving Revenue Bonds. Request from the Public Works Department to add 1.0 FT Senior Civil Engineer position in the Land Use and Water Resources Division, effective July 6, 2003. Recommended actions: Approve. Request to deny Pro Transport-1's request for Certificate of Operation to Provide Medical Transportation in Marin County, pursuant to Marin County Code Section 7.60.050 and Board of Supervisors Resolution No. 96-41. Recommended actions: Deny request.

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Appointments: a. Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board One At-Large vacancy due to the resignation of Michael Kitterman. Recommended actions: Schedule appointment for July 15, 2003. b. Planning Commission Four term expirations as follows: two At-Large term expirations (Allan Berland and Steve Thompson); one representing District 1 (Don Dickenson); one representing District 5 (C. Henry Barner). All the incumbents have reapplied. The applications received are listed below: Designation District 1 representative District 5 representative At-Large (2) Applicant(s) Don Dickenson (incumbent) C. Henry Barner (incumbent) Giuseppe Jose Alicastro, Allan Berland (incumbent), David Blatchford, Vincent Ceriello, Ellen Faden, Jacqueline Janssen, Marjorie Macris, Steve Thompson (incumbent), Craig Yates

Recommended actions: (i) make appointments for District 1 and District 5; (ii) make two At-Large appointments or schedule interviews for June 24, 2003. 11:00 a.m. 15. Hearing: Consideration of adopting a resolution revising the FY 2003-04 rate/charge schedule for the Division of Community Mental Health Services treatment services. Recommended action: Conduct public hearing scheduled for 11:00 a.m. and adopt resolution.

Convene as the Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors 16a. Open time for public expression, limited to three minutes per speaker, on items not on the Flood Control and Water Conservation District Agenda. 16b. Authorize President to execute License Agreement with Theodore E. Henry and Beverly A. Henry (as Trustees of the Henry Revocable Trust of 1998, Successors in interest to Theodore E. Henry) for driveway and parking purposes over a portion of District property (Flood Control Zone No. 1) lying adjacent to 882 McClay Road and Warner Creek, Novato. Recommended actions: Approve. 16c. Authorize President to execute the Right of Way Contract with Godfrey P. Zimmerman, Jr., and Janis M. Bosenko, owners of 67 Shell Road, related to Shell Road Drainage Improvements in unincorporated Mill Valley. Recommended actions: Approve. 16d. Authorize President to (i) execute the Right of Way Contract with Stella Perone and Daniel J. Leonard, owners of 61 Shell Road, related to Shell Road Drainage Improvements in unincorporated Mill Valley; and (ii) execute the Certificate of Acceptance of Grant of Interest in Real Property for the Easement Deed to be signed in escrow from Stella Perone and Daniel J. Leonard to the District. Recommended actions: Approve. Marin County BOS Agenda 3 6/17/2003

16e. Authorize President to execute second amendment to agreement with LTD Engineering, Inc., increasing contract by $8,500, for a total contract amount of $60,800, related to the Crest Marin Creek Study and the Shell Road Drainage Improvements project within Flood Control Zone No. 3 (Supervisorial District 3). Recommended actions: Approve. 16f. Authorize President to execute agreement with the Marin Conservation Corps, in an amount not to exceed $213,950, to provide creek cleaning services throughout the Flood Control District. Recommended actions: Approve. 16g. Authorize President to execute agreement with Bartley Pump, Inc., in the amount of $170,000, to provide maintenance services to remove, inspect, maintain and possibly repair, rebuild or replace a total of 8 stormwater pumps and motors within Flood Control Zone No. 3 (Supervisorial District 3). Recommended actions: Approve. Adjourn as Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors Convene as the Marin County Transit District Board of Directors Convene as the Marin County Transit District Board of Directors in Closed Session 17a. Conference with Legal Counsel - Significant exposure to anticipated litigation pursuant to California Government Code Section 54956.9(b)(1). Number of cases: one. Reconvene as the Marin County Transit District Board of Directors in Open Session 11:30 a.m. 17b. Open time for public expression, limited to three minutes per speaker, on items not on the Transit District agenda. 17c. Approval of minutes of the meeting of May 20, 2003. Recommended action: Approve. 17d. Board of Directors' matters. 17e. Staff Oral Report. 17f. Report from Nelson/Nygaard Associates on feasibility of subsidized late night taxi service. Recommended actions: Accept report and provide direction to staff. 17g. Hearing: Proposed fare increases and local bus service modifications to conform to "Scenario E" of the Golden Gate Transit ("GGT") Phase 2 Service reductions. i. Proposed Fifteen-cent fare increase in Golden Gate Transit bus fare from $1.65 to $1.80 per one-way trip for local travel within Marin County, effective August 1, 2003; ii. Proposed Fifty-five cent fare increase in Whistlestop Wheels local paratransit fare from $1.25 per one-way trip to $1.80, effective August 1, 2003; and iii. Proposed local bus service modifications to conform to Scenario E. Marin County BOS Agenda 4 6/17/2003

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Recommended actions: Accept public comment on proposed fare increases and proposed bus service modifications. Adjourn as the Marin County Transit District Board of Directors Reconvene as the Board of Supervisors 18. Closed Session: a. Conference with legal counsel regarding existing litigation pursuant to California Government Code Section 54956.9(a). Name of case: Williams v. County of Marin, United States District Court Case No. C02-3271 SI. b. Instructions to labor negotiator (Deputy Director of Human Resources), regarding the Welfare Fraud Investigator Unit of the Marin County Deputy Sheriffs' Association pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6. c. Conference with legal counsel regarding existing litigation pursuant to California Government Code Section 54956.9(a). Name of case: County of Marin v. San Rafael Rock Quarry, Marin County Superior Court Case No. CV 014602. d. Conference with legal counsel regarding potential litigation pursuant to California Government Code Section 54956.9(b)(1). Number of Potential Cases; One (1). * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CONSENT CALENDAR A (Items CA-1 through CA-10) ("Consent Calendar A" reflects those agenda items that have prior policy approval from the Board and do not exceed $500,000 in cost.) CA-1. Declaration of Emergency: Reconfirmation of Declaration of Local Emergency relative to transmission of HIV through contaminated needles pursuant to Resolution No. 93-293 adopted on November 23, 1993. Auditor-Controller: Authorize President to execute agreement with Public Resource Management Group, in an amount not to exceed $37,000, to submit County claim filings pursuant to State Mandated Cost Claiming process (SB90). Board of Supervisors: a. Supervisor Kinsey requesting resolution proclaiming June 2003 as "National Dairy Month." b. Supervisor Brown requesting resolution of commendation for Frank Tessin upon his retirement from the Kentfield Fire District. County Clerk/Registrar of Voters: Approve the Certification of the Canvass of Vote for the June 3, 2003, Consolidated Special Election. Community Development Agency: Authorize President to execute the First Addendum to the agreement with Prununske Chatham, Inc., extending the time to prepare a comprehensive watershed management plan for the Marin Countywide Plan update to December 31, 2003.

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District Attorney: Request to: (a) adopt Resolution No. 2003-____ authorizing submission of an application to the Office of Criminal Justice Planning ("OCJP") for a Child Abuse Treatment ("CHAT") Program grant; and (b) authorize the District Attorney to execute the grant award agreement, including subsequent amendments. Health and Human Services: NOTE: Agreements in items CA-7b and CA-7c are renewals of existing agreements that were included in and funded in the FY 2002-03 budget. a. Authorize President to execute FY 2002-03 amendment to agreement with Victor Treatment Centers, Inc., to include the addresses and rates of their day treatment program and residential program in Lodi, CA. b. Authorize President to execute FY 2002-03 agreement with Milhous Children's Services, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $46,176, for intensive day treatment services for seriously emotionally disturbed children and adolescents who are MediCal eligible. c. Authorize President to execute FY 2002-03 agreement with Craig A. Lindquist M.D., in an amount not to exceed $49,000, for on-call support in the Specialty Clinic (HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C). d. Authorize President to execute FY 2002-03 agreement with The Regents of the University of California for the County to accept UCSF's School of Dentist students as dentist trainees in the County Dental Clinic under a mentorship program. e. Authorize President to sign Certification related to the State of California for Public Health and Response to Bioterrorism FY 2002-03 Grant. The grant will be used to plan, prepare and implement procedures and policies to prepare the County for any possible public health disaster response to bioterrorism. Human Resources: Request from the Human Resources Director, effective June 17, 2003, to (a) adopt new classification for Retirement Benefits Specialist (Class #0134); (b) adopt the proposed salary range as detailed in staff report dated June 17, 2003; and (c) place position in bargaining fringe group 01-01, 75 hours a pay period. Parks: Authorize Director of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services to award contract to the lowest responsible bidder for the construction of the McInnis Park Skatepark. Public Works: a Authorize President to execute an agreement with Nichols Consulting Engineers, in the amount of $40,000, for the annual Pavement Management Program Update. b. Approve award of Invitation For Bid ("IFB") #2418 to South City Ford of South San Francisco, CA, in the amount of $270,046.56, for purchase of 11 Crown Victoria Police Interceptors. c. Approve temporary closure of one lane of Butterfield Road between Irving Drive and Oak Knoll Drive in San Anselmo from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Friday July 4, 2003, for the annual Independence Day parade. d. Approve temporary closure of one lane of Wharf Road and Brighton Avenue in Bolinas from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Friday July 4, 2003, for the annual Independence Day parade. e Approve temporary closure of Railroad Avenue, Park Drive, and Crescent Drive in Woodacre, on Friday July 4, 2003, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for the Annual Independence Day parade - District 4. 6 6/17/2003

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Approve temporary closure of Oak Avenue between Broadway and Laurel Grove in Kentfield on Saturday, June 29, 2003, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for an annual block party celebration. Request to approve temporary closure of one lane of Drake Avenue and one lane of Donahue Street in Marin City on Saturday, June 21, 2003, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to celebrate the "Juneteenth" Festival and Parade. Authorize President to take the following actions related to conveyance of surplus property at 123 North San Pedro Road, San Rafael (i) execute Purchase Agreement with Julie M. Jordan and Adrian Jordan; (ii) execute Quitclaim Deed with Julie M. Jordan and Adrian Jordan; and (iii) adopt Resolution No. 2003-_____ authorizing execution of Quitclaim Deed to Julie M. Jordan and Adrian Jordan. Authorize President to execute License Agreement with the City of Mill Valley for access ramp improvements on County lands, commonly known as the Mill ValleySausalito Bike Path, adjacent to Bayfront Park, for the benefit of the City of Mill Valley. Adopt Traffic Resolution No. ____ establishing an all-way stop at the intersection of Vista del Sol and Visa Real in the Strawberry area of Mill Valley.

CONSENT CALENDAR B (Items CB-1 through CB-4 ) (4/5 vote required) ("Consent Calendar B" reflects those agenda items requiring a 4/5th vote relating to budgetary matters.) CB-1. Fund Transfers: Request from the Auditor-Controller to approve Transfer of Funds for the purpose of increasing appropriations in the County of Marin, DPW Special Projects, Employee Commute Alternatives Program, accounts Office Supplies & Expense ($6,140), Document Reproduction Costs ($5,000), and Contract Services Miscellaneous ($8,000) and correspondingly decreasing appropriations in the County of Marin, Miscellaneous Various, Contract Services-Special account ($19,140) to fund needs and expenditures of the Employee Commute Alternatives Program as approved by the Marin County Board of Supervisors. (4/5 vote) Health and Human Services: a. Request from the Health and Human Services Director to (i) to accept $4,605 in donations for printing costs of housing resource guide "Choices for Living"; and (ii) approve related budget actions detailed in staff report dated June 17, 2003. (4/5 vote) b. Request from the Health and Human Services Director to (i) to execute amended agreement with Center Point, in an amount not to exceed $170,796, for increased alcohol and drug treatment services for Adult Drug Court participants; and (ii) approve related budget actions detailed in staff report dated June 17, 2003. (4/5 vote) c. Request from the Health and Human Services Director to (i) to accept one-time grant award from First 5 Marin in the amount of $5,492, to purchase 150 child safety and booster seats and to provide expert car seat installation assistance; and (ii) approve related budget actions detailed in staff report dated June 17, 2003. (4/5 vote) Parks: Request from the Director of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services to (a) accept $5,000.00 donation from Saturn of Marin for corporate sponsorship of the 2003 Marin County Fair; and (b) approve related fund transfers as detailed in staff report dated June 17, 2003. (4/5 vote) 7 6/17/2003

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Public Works: Request from the Public Works Department to approve final list of miscellaneous surplus property as detailed in staff report dated June 17, 2003, and recognize $7,555.50 as proceeds from the sale. (4/5 vote)

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