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									                                    AGENDA FOR:
                         MARIN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                MARIN COUNTY OPEN SPACE DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS
            RUSH CREEK LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

                                                AGENDA

                                        Tuesday, July 29, 2003
                        Board of Supervisors Chambers, Room 330, Civic Center

9:00 a.m.     1.    Planning meeting with the Sheriff. (To be conducted in room 324A – “Rug Room")

10:00 a.m.    2.    Presentation of “Employee of the Month” Award, July 2003, to Brian Sanford of the
                    Department of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services.

              3.    Board of Supervisors' matters.

              4.    Administrator's report.

              5.    Open time for public expression, limited to three minutes per speaker, on items not
                    on the Board of Supervisors’ agenda.

              6.    CONSENT CALENDAR A (Items CA-1 through CA-11)
                    ("Consent Calendar A" reflects those agenda items that have prior policy approval
                    from the Board and do not exceed $500,000 in cost.)

              7.    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.)

              8.    Presentation by the Marin County Farm Bureau expressing appreciation to the
                    Supervisors for their ongoing support.

              9.    Request from the County Administrator to authorize the President to execute
                    agreement with Alternate Defenders, Inc. (“ADI”), in an amount not to exceed
                    $888,649, for the provision of indigent defense representation.
                    Recommended actions: Approve.

              10.   Request from the County Administrator for Board adoption of response to FY 2002-
                    03 Grand Jury Report: "Purchasing/Contracting – Are We Getting Our Money’s
                    Worth?"
                    Recommended actions: Concur in and thereby adopt the response and direct
                    the President to submit the response to the Presiding Judge.

10:30 a.m.    11.   Appointments:
                    Personnel Commission
                    a.   One At-Large vacancy due to the resignation of Sherry Clark. On July 15,
                         2003, the Board of Supervisors nominated the following applicants to be
                         interviewed: Deborah Glasser, Malcolm Johnson, Kent Lowney, Andrew
                         Marshall, A. Bruce McKenzie, William Stephens, and Mary Stompe.
                         Recommended actions: Conduct interviews scheduled for 10:30 a.m. and
                         make appointment.

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                b.   One At-Large vacancy due to the death of Lester Roth.
                     Recommended actions: Schedule interviews for August 26, 2003.

          12.   Request from the Department of Health and Human Services to adopt a resolution
                authorizing the County Privacy Officer to execute Health Insurance Portability &
                Accountability Act ("HIPAA") related business associate agreements on behalf of
                Marin County.
                Recommended actions: Adopt resolution.

          13.   Status report from the Health and Human Services Director on County efforts in
                response to the high occurrence of breast cancer in Marin.

          14.   Request from the Director of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services to make a
                determination regarding proceeding with construction of the McInnis Park Skatepark,
                or rejecting all bids.
                Recommended actions: Reject all bids for the McInnis Park Skatepark and re-
                bid the project.

          15.   Request from the Director of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services to authorize
                President to execute agreement with the Marin Municipal Water District ("MMWD")
                for the joint funding, construction, and maintenance of the Inkwells
                pedestrian/equestrian/bicycle bridge in San Geronimo.
                Recommended actions: Authorize President to execute agreement.

          16.   Supervisor Kinsey requesting resolution supporting the process proposed by the
                Marin Municipal Water District ("MMWD") to explore the viability of desalination as a
                partial source of Marin County’s water supply.

          Recess as Board of Supervisors

          Convene as the Marin County Open Space District Board of Directors
          17a. Approval of the minutes of the meeting of June 24, 2003.

          17b. Open time for public expression, limited to three minutes per speaker, on items not
               on the Open Space District Agenda.

          17c. General Manager's Report.

          17d. Report on the Lucasfilm Tunnel construction project.
               Recommended actions: Accept report.

          Adjourn as the Marin County Open Space District Board of Directors

          Convene as the Rush Creek Landscape and Lighting District Board of Directors
          18a. Open time for public expression, limited to three minutes per speaker, on items not
               on the Rush Creek Landscaping and Lighting District Agenda.

          18b. Approval of minutes of the meetings of June 24 and July 15, 2003.
               Recommended actions: Approve.

          Adjourn as the Rush Creek Landscaping and Lighting District Board of Directors

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            Reconvene as the Board of Supervisors:
            19. Closed Session:
                a.   Instructions to labor negotiator (Deputy Human Resources Director), all classes
                     of employees, pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6.
                b.   Instructions to labor negotiator (Deputy Human Resources Director), regarding
                     negotiations with Firefighters' Association, pursuant to Government Code
                     Section 54957.6.
                c.   Conference with legal counsel regarding potential litigation pursuant to
                     California Government Code Section 54956.9(b)(1). Number of Potential
                     Cases; One (1).

            Reconvene as the Board of Supervisors in Open Session:
1:30 p.m.   20. Hearing: Citizens Housing Corporation (Fireside Apartments) Rezoning, Master Plan,
                and Precise Development Plan, 115 Shoreline Highway, Mill Valley.
                Recommended actions: (a) Review the administrative record and conduct a
                public hearing; (b) adopt resolution adopting a Negative Declaration of
                Environmental Impact; (c) adopt ordinance approving the rezoning; (d) adopt
                ordinance approving the Master Plan; and (e) adopt resolution approving the
                Precise Development Plan.

            21.   Request from the Community Development Agency to allocate $1,500,000 of In-Lieu
                  Housing Trust Funds as a loan to Citizens Housing Corporation ("CHC") for the
                  acquisition of The Fireside Motel to be developed as affordable senior and family
                  housing.
                  Recommended action: (a) Authorize allocation of funds; (b) delegate authority
                  to the County Administrator, with review by County Counsel and the Auditor-
                  Controller, to execute loan documents and related agreements secured by the
                  property.

            22.   Request from the Community Development Agency, Federal Grants Division, to
                  authorize President to execute a HOME Investment Partnerships Program
                  agreement, in the amount of $675,000, with Citizens Housing Corporation, for
                  development of Fireside Housing.
                  Recommended actions: (a) Authorize President to execute HOME Investment
                  Partnerships Program agreement; and (b) authorize President and Vice
                  President to execute subordination agreement(s) and related documents
                  required by other sources of financing for this project.

            23.   Request from the Community Development Agency to authorize President to (a)
                  execute a Community Development Block Grant ("CDBG") Program agreement in
                  the amount of $65,800, with Citizens Housing Corporation for development of
                  Fireside Housing; and (b) execute subordination agreements and related documents
                  required by other sources of financing for this project.
                  Recommended actions: (a) Authorize President to execute CDBG Program
                  agreement; and (b) authorize President and Vice President to execute
                  subordination agreement(s) and related documents required by other sources
                  of financing for this project.

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            CONSENT CALENDAR A (Items CA-1 through CA-11)

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          ("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.

CA-2.     Auditor-Controller:
          Pursuant to County Code Section 2.92.040, authorize removal of 404 items from the
          primary inventory control sheets, as detailed in staff report dated July 29, 2003.

CA-3.     Board of Supervisors:
          Supervisor Kinsey requesting resolution commending Gary L. Erickson upon his
          retirement from the County of Marin.

CA-4.     County Counsel:
          Authorize President to execute First Addendum to agreement with Riedinger Consulting,
          increasing the contract amount by $16,840 for a maximum contract amount of $26,480, to
          review Janus Corporation's claim against the County related to the Hall of Justice Seismic
          Retrofit Project.

CA-5.     District Attorney:
          a.    Request to adopt Resolution No. 2003-___ in support of the District Attorney's
                application to the Office of Criminal Justice Planning (“OCJP”) for continuation of the
                Spousal Abuser Prosecution Program (“SAPP”).
          b.    Request to adopt the following resolutions (i) Resolution No. 2003-___ in support of
                the District Attorney's application for the for High Technology Theft Apprehension
                and Prosecution (“HTTAP”) Program; and (ii) Resolution No. 2003-___ in support of
                the District Attorney's application for the "HiT-IT" Identity Theft Program.

CA-6.     Health and Human Services:
          NOTE: Agreement in item CA-6a is a renewal of an existing agreement that was
          included and funded in the FY 2003-04 budget.
          a.   Authorize President to execute the following two Project INCLUSION agreements:
               (i) with Buckelew Vocational Services, in an amount not to exceed $50,000; and (ii)
               with Integrated Community Services, in an amount not to exceed $50,000.
          b.   Request from the Director of Health and Human Services to authorize President to
               accept Marin Community Foundation Grant No. 2002-2182, in the amount of
               $88,169, to extend Project Independence's nurse managed, volunteer model.

CA-7.     Human Resources:
          Effective August 3, 2003, request to delete the following classifications from the County's
          classification system: (a) Budget Clerk (Class #1403); (b) Payroll Clerk (Class #1389); (c)
          Assistant Payroll Clerk (Class #1392); and (d) Fire Emergency Resource Coordinator
          (Class #0730).

CA-8.     Library:
          Request to approve revised “Guidelines for Library Use Policy” concerning food and
          beverage use within Marin County Free Library branches.

CA-9.     Parks:


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          Authorize President to execute Notice of Completion for the development of Castro Park in
          San Rafael.

CA-10.    Public Works:
          a.   Request to award contract to low bidder, Hillside Drilling, Inc. of Richmond, in the
               amount of $88,369, and authorize a contract contingency in the amount of $15,000
               for the repair of a slip out on Fairfax-Bolinas road near the Meadow Club. (Project
               No. 982049)
          b.   Authorize President to execute Lease Agreement with John C. Ward for use of “Suite
               D” at Gnoss Field.
          c.   Request to adopt Resolution No. 2003-___ vacating portions of public easements
               lying within Lots 22, 23 & 25 of the French Ranch Unit 2, Subdivision, San Geronimo,
               for access, public utilities, drainage, sanitary sewer and waterlines.
          d.   Request to adopt Traffic Resolution No. _____ establishing a no parking zone on
               Bon Air Road (C 208) in Greenbrae.
          e.   Request to adopt Traffic Resolution No. _____ prohibiting a left-turn movement at
               the intersection of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard (A 103) and Laurel Grove Avenue in
               Kentfield.
          f.   Adopt Traffic Resolution No. ___ establishing a temporary no parking zone on
               Novato Boulevard (A 114) near Stafford Lake in the Novato area for "Labor Day at
               the Lake" event, August 31, 2003.
          g.   Adopt Traffic Resolution No. ___ repealing Traffic Resolution No. 1036 and
               establishing a no stopping zone on Mesa Way (IN 017) in Inverness.
          h.   Approve temporary closure of Inverness Way, between Park Avenue and
               Hawthornden Way, on Saturday, August 9, 2003, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for the
               annual Inverness Village Fair.
          i.   Request to adopt Resolution No._____ authorizing the receipt of $123,050 in
                California Department of Fish and Game Funds to improve fish passage on Willis
                Evans Creek (formerly Bates Canyon).

CA-11.    Sheriff:
          a.   Authorize President to execute U.S. Department of Justice Federal Annual
               Certification Report related to the sharing of Asset Forfeiture funds.
          b.   Authorize President to execute a lease agreement, effective July 1, 2003, with the
               Kentfield Fire Protection District for the Kentfield Patrol Substation.

          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 increasing
          appropriations for the purpose of establishing Community Development Block Grant
          ("CDBG"), HOME and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program ("HOPWA")
          appropriations and revenue for FY 2003-04 through Reserve for Contingencies providing
          for Federal Grants funding requirements ($6,008,352). (4/5 vote)

CB-2.     Health and Human Services:
          Request from the Director of Health and Human Services to (a) authorize President to
          accept Marin Community Foundation Grant No 2002-2179, in the amount of $100,000, to
          improve Health Access in Marin through supporting the potential affiliation with the
          Partnership Health Plan; furthering care coordination for seniors through the Long Term

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          Care Integration Project; and increasing children's access to health care through Universal
          Coverage for Kids; and (b) approve related budget actions as detailed in staff report dated
          July 29, 2003. (4/5 vote)

CB-3.     Library:
          a.    Request from the Director of County Library Services to (i) accept contribution in the
                amount of $30,000 from the Marin County Library Foundation for the Anne T. Kent
                California History Room; and (ii) approve related budget actions as detailed in staff
                report dated July 29, 2003. (4/5 vote)
          b.    Request from the Director of County Library Services to (i) accept contribution in the
                amount of $250 from the Republican Women; and (ii) approve related budget actions
                as detailed in staff report dated July 29, 2003. (4/5 vote)

CB-4.     Public Works:
          Request from the Department of Public Works to (a) approve Federal Aviation
          Administration ("FAA") Grant in the amount of $360,000 to rehabilitate the aircraft apron at
          Gnoss Field; and (b) approve related budget actions as detailed in staff report dated July
          29, 2003. (4/5 vote)




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