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					                            STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
                  COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                                  REGULAR MEETING
                                TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010
                           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 Pam Slater-Price, Chairwoman; Bill Horn, Vice Chairman; Greg Cox;
Dianne Jacob; Ron Roberts; also Thomas J. Pastuszka, Clerk.

Invocation was led by Pastor Paul Tabb from Calvary Chapel Mira Mesa.

Pledge of Allegiance was led by Wangenheim Middle School’s ASB Officers: Irene Jones, Evan
Barnes-Wallace, Caroline Ness and Kristy Huynh.

Public Communication: [No Speakers]




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 Category                Agenda No. Subject

 Public Safety               1.     REDUCE DRUG USE AND SAVE LIVES:
                                    PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP OFF PROGRAM;
                                    ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 442 OF THE
                                    SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF
                                    ADMINISTRATIVE ORDINANCE (First Reading
                                    May 18, 2010; Second Reading June 22, 2010)

                             2.     SHERIFF – AMERICAN RECOVERY AND
                                    REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 PROGRAM
                                    GRANTS FROM THE CALIFORNIA
                                    EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY AND
                                    APPROVAL FOR SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT
                                    [FUNDING SOURCE(S): UNANTICIPATED
                                    RECOVERY ACT GRANT REVENUE FROM CAL
                                    EMA (ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING TASK
                                    FORCE AND CAL-MMET) AND CAL EMA
                                    THROUGH THE CA DOJ BOF (FIREARMS
                                    TRAFFICKING TASK FORCE)]

                             3.     OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES –
                                    RATIFICATION OF A CALIFORNIA
                                    VOLUNTEERS DISASTER CORPS GRANT
                                    APPLICATION

 Community Services          4.     HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT –
                                    AUTHORIZE SUBMITTAL OF CALHOME FIRST-
                                    TIME HOMEBUYERS GRANT APPLICATION
                                    [FUNDING SOURCE(S): CALIFORNIA
                                    DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND
                                    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CALHOME
                                    PROGRAM]

                             5.     TRENTON AVENUE APARTMENTS, CHULA
                                    VISTA - APPROVAL OF $380,000 HOME
                                    INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM
                                    LOAN TO SOUTH BAY COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                    TO ACQUIRE AND DEVELOP PROPERTY

 Financial and General       6.     SEXUAL PREDATOR E-MAIL ALERT SYSTEM
 Government

 Communications              7.     COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED
 Received




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 Category                Agenda No. Subject

 Financial and General       8.     NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT GRANTS
 Government                         (DISTRICT: 5)
                                    [FUNDING SOURCE(S): NEIGHBORHOOD
                                    REINVESTMENT BUDGET ]
                                    (4 VOTES)

                             9.     ALLOCATION OF NEIGHBORHOOD
                                    REINVESTMENT FUNDS AND COMMUNITY
                                    ENHANCEMENT AMENDMENTS (DISTRICT: 4)
                                    (4 VOTES)

                            10.     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                                    SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF
                                    ORDINANCE: AMENDMENTS TO THE
                                    COMPENSATION ORDINANCE

 Appointments               11.     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                                    APPOINTMENTS

 Closed Session             12.     CLOSED SESSION

 Presentations/Awards       13.     PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS




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   1.      SUBJECT:       REDUCE DRUG USE AND SAVE LIVES: PRESCRIPTION
                          DRUG DROP OFF PROGRAM; ORDINANCE AMENDING
                          SECTION 442 OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF
                          ADMINISTRATIVE ORDINANCE (First Reading May 18, 2010;
                          Second Reading June 22, 2010) (DISTRICTS: ALL)

           OVERVIEW:
           On April 27, 2010 (22), your Board directed the Chief Administrative Office to work
           with the Sheriff’s Department and County Counsel to develop a draft ordinance
           authorizing the Sheriff to possess controlled substances in the performance of his
           duties pursuant to the purposes and provisions of Title 21 of the Code of Federal
           Regulations, section 1301.24. The ordinance would allow the Sheriff to place in his
           facilities prescription drug drop off boxes in the unincorporated areas of the county
           and in the nine cities that contract for the Sheriff’s law enforcement services.
           Citizens can drop off unwanted prescription drugs, helping to keep these drugs out of
           the hands of teenagers and others who might use them improperly for the purpose of
           getting high.

           Therefore, today’s action will introduce an ordinance to amend the Code of
           Administrative Ordinances to comport with your Board’s directive of April 27, 2010.
           The second reading and adoption of the proposed ordinance, if approved, will occur
           on June 22, 2010.

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

           BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
           N/A

           RECOMMENDATION:
           CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
           1. Approve the introduction of the Ordinance (First Reading), read title and waive
              further reading of the Ordinance:
                 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 442 OF THE SAN DIEGO
                 COUNTY CODE OF ADMINISTRATIVE ORDINANCES AND
                 ALLOWING THE SHERIFF TO OPERATE PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP
                 BOXES

           2. If the Board takes the action recommended in item 1, then on June 22, 2010,
              submit the Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption (Second
              Reading).




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           ACTION:
           ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board took
           action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further consideration
           and adoption on June 22, 2010.

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


   2.      SUBJECT:      SHERIFF – AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT
                         ACT OF 2009 PROGRAM GRANTS FROM THE CALIFORNIA
                         EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY AND APPROVAL
                         FOR SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT (DISTRICTS: ALL)

           OVERVIEW:
           On March 3, 2009 (12), your Board approved the application and acceptance of grant
           funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act),
           also known as the Economic Stimulus Plan. The Sheriff’s Department submitted
           applications to the California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA) for the
           2009 Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Recovery Act Program and the California
           Multi-Jurisdictional Methamphetamine Enforcement Team (Cal-MMET) Recovery
           Act Program and was awarded funds for these grant programs. The Sheriff’s
           Department was awarded $375,000 in March 2010 for the Anti-Human Trafficking
           Task Force Recovery Act Program for the grant project period of October 1, 2009 to
           September 30, 2012 and $114,796 for the Cal-MMET Recovery Act Program for the
           grant project period of March 1, 2010 to February 28, 2012. The California
           Department of Justice Bureau of Firearms (CA DOJ BOF) submitted an application
           to Cal EMA under the Firearms Trafficking Task Force Recovery Act Program, and
           included funding for a Sheriff’s Deputy and other ancillary costs in the application.
           The Sheriff’s Department’s portion of the CA DOJ BOF award is $417,886 for the
           grant project period of April 1, 2010 to June 30, 2012.

           This request is to authorize the Sheriff to negotiate and execute expenditure contracts
           for the Anti Human Trafficking Task Force Recovery Act Program grant to
           reimburse overtime expenses, not to exceed $115,160 collectively by participating
           local law enforcement agencies and to fund one position (1.0 additional staff year) in
           the Sheriff’s Department for the Firearms Trafficking Task Recovery Act Program.

           This is also a request to authorize the approval of a sole source contract to the
           Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC) for services related to human trafficking
           victims and their families.

           FISCAL IMPACT:
           Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2009-10 Operational Plan
           in the Sheriff’s Department. If approved, this request will result in costs and revenue
           of $181,833 in Fiscal Year 2009-2010, $355,365 in costs and revenue in Fiscal Year
           2010-11, $339,234 in costs and revenue in Fiscal Year 2011-12, and $31,250 in


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           Fiscal Year 2012-13. The expenditures and revenue for Fiscal Years 2010-2012 will
           be included in the Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Operational Plan Change letter. The
           funding source is unanticipated Recovery Act grant revenue from Cal EMA (Anti-
           Human Trafficking Task Force and Cal-MMET) and Cal EMA through the CA DOJ
           BOF (Firearms Trafficking Task Force). There will be no change in General Fund
           cost and the addition of one staff year. At the expiration of the grant term and
           funding for this program is discontinued, the associated positions will also be deleted
           or frozen.

           BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
           N/A

           RECOMMENDATION:
           SHERIFF
           1. Authorize the Sheriff to negotiate and execute expenditure contracts for the Anti
              Human Trafficking Task Force Recovery Act Program grant to reimburse
              overtime expenses, not to exceed $115,160 collectively by participating local
              law enforcement agencies (Carlsbad, Escondido, and Oceanside Police
              Departments) performing grant activities during the project period beginning
              October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2012.

           2. Request waiver of the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87,
              Competitive Procurement. Authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and
              Contracting, to enter into a sole source contract with the Bilateral Safety Corridor
              Coalition (BSCC) to reimburse case management assistance, facilitation of
              victim services provisions, and provision and/or coordination of free legal
              services for North County related human trafficking victims and their families
              not to exceed $112,500 for the project period ending September 30, 2012 for the
              Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Recovery Act Program grant, and to amend
              the sole source contract as needed to reflect changes to services and funding,
              subject to approval of the Sheriff.

           3. Approve the request to fund one position and add 1.0 staff year in the Sheriff’s
              Department’s Fiscal Year 2009-10 Operational Plan and authorize the
              Department of Human Resources to appropriately classify this position.

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

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




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   3.      SUBJECT:       OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES – RATIFICATION OF
                          A CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS DISASTER CORPS GRANT
                          APPLICATION (DISTRICTS: ALL)

           OVERVIEW:
           CaliforniaVolunteers is the State agency that manages programs and initiatives
           designed to increase the number of Californians engaged in service and volunteering.
           It recently dedicated $1.2 million in competitive grant funding for a program that
           will support the development of 1,000 Disaster Corps Volunteers Statewide.

           This is a request to ratify a grant application to CaliforniaVolunteers, a State agency,
           for the Disaster Corps Grant Program for the period June 1, 2010 through
           December 31, 2011. Through the program, five Operational Areas will test,
           implement and refine the Disaster Corps program model, enhance coordination with
           non-governmental organizations active in disaster, and work with the volunteer
           centers to improve management of spontaneous unaffiliated volunteers during
           response. An Operational Area is an intermediate level of the state emergency
           services organization, consisting of a county and all political subdivisions within the
           county area. There are 58 Operational Areas (Counties) in the State.

           FISCAL IMPACT:
           If the grant application is approved, federal revenue of approximately $240,000 will
           be received from the CaliforniaVolunteers through the State Homeland Security
           Grant Program. If awarded, staff will return to your Board for approval to receive
           the award and appropriate the funds. The B-29 waiver is also requested because the
           grant will not cover indirect costs. The indirect costs will be covered by existing
           appropriations included in the current budget and the CAO Proposed Operational
           Plan for Fiscal 2010-11. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no
           additional staff years.

           BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
           N/A

           RECOMMENDATION:
           CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
           1. Waive Board Policy B-29 Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts – Department
              responsibility for Cost Recovery, which requires full cost recovery for grants and
              prior approval of submission of grant applications.

           2. Ratify the submission of a grant application from the Office of Emergency
              Services to the CaliforniaVolunteers, Disaster Corps Grant Program, for the
              period June 1, 2010 through December 31, 2011.




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           3. Adopt a resolution entitled, “A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF
              SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO FOR THE DISASTER
              CORPS GRANT” authorizing the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, Public
              Safety Group, or the Director or the Assistant Director of the Office of
              Emergency Services to execute any actions necessary for the purpose of
              obtaining federal financial assistance through the Disaster Corps Grant
              administered by CaliforniaVolunteers.

           ACTION:
           ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board took
           action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 10-075 entitled: A
           RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN
           DIEGO RELATING TO THE CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS DISASTER CORPS
           PROGRAM.

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


   4.      SUBJECT:      HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – AUTHORIZE
                         SUBMITTAL OF CALHOME FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYERS
                         GRANT APPLICATION (DISTRICTS: ALL)

           OVERVIEW:
           The California Department of Housing and Community Development has issued a
           Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for approximately $50 million. Funding
           awarded through this NOFA will provide for homeownership assistance program
           activities under the CalHome program.

           The recommendations below request that the Board of Supervisors adopt a resolution
           authorizing and approving the submission of a County grant application for the
           maximum eligible grant of $1,500,000 to the California Department of Housing and
           Community Development to fund First-Time Homebuyer Assistance activities under
           the CalHome program.

           If approved, up to $1,500,000 in State grant funds will be used to leverage the federal
           HOME Investment Partnerships Program funds previously provided by the U.S.
           Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to the County for its Down
           Payment and Closing Costs Assistance Programs. The State’s grant funds will be
           used by the County to provide additional funding to first-time homebuyers for down
           payment and closing costs assistance in the form of deferred repayment loans.

           FISCAL IMPACT:
           If approved, funds for the CalHome program will be submitted in the Change Letter
           to the Fiscal Year 2010-11 CAO Proposed Operational Plan. The funding source will
           be the California Department of Housing and Community Development CalHome
           program. If approved, this request may result in up to $1,500,000 in FY 2010-11
           cost and revenue, and will result in no additional staff costs.


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           BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
           Based on experience with this program, it is anticipated that an additional CalHome
           grant of $1,500,000, as implemented through the Down Payment and Closing Costs
           Assistance Program, will provide for an increased loan amount of up to $70,000 and
           will generate approximately 40 additional real estate sales in San Diego County over
           the 36-month period following the award.

           RECOMMENDATION:
           CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
           1. Adopt a Resolution authorizing the Director, Department of Housing and
              Community Development, to submit a grant application to the California
              Department of Housing and Community Development for $1,500,000 under the
              CalHome program.

           2. Authorize the Director, Department of Housing and Community Development, in
              consultation with County Counsel, to execute the State’s Standard Agreement
              and any amendments thereto; and any related documents necessary for the
              County’s continued participation in the CalHome program.

           ACTION:
           ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board took
           action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 10-076 entitled: A
           RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN
           DIEGO AUTHORIZING THE SUBMITTAL OF AN APPLICATION TO THE
           CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY
           DEVELOPMENT FOR FUNDING UNDER THE CALHOME PROGRAM.

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


   5.      SUBJECT:      TRENTON AVENUE APARTMENTS, CHULA VISTA -
                         APPROVAL OF $380,000 HOME INVESTMENT
                         PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM LOAN TO SOUTH BAY
                         COMMUNITY SERVICES TO ACQUIRE AND DEVELOP
                         PROPERTY (DISTRICT: 1)

           OVERVIEW:
           The requested actions will authorize a loan of up to $380,000 in U.S. Department of
           Housing and Urban Development HOME Investment Partnerships Program funds for
           partial financing of the acquisition and rehabilitation of the Trenton Avenue
           Apartments located in the City of Chula Vista as proposed by South Bay Community
           Services, in response to the Notice of Funding Availability for Community Housing
           Development Organization activities. A Community Housing Development
           Organization is a special type of nonprofit community-based service organization
           with the capacity to develop affordable housing for the community it serves. The
           Trenton Avenue Apartments is a 7-unit complex that will be used to provide


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           affordable housing for special needs populations as identified in the County of San
           Diego Consortium 2010–2015 Consolidated Plan. The primary population to be
           served is emancipated foster youth, aged 18-24, who have aged out of the foster care
           system. These units will have rent restrictions for a period of 55 years. Initial
           occupancy will be limited to individuals earning up to 65% of the area median
           income. Continued occupancy will be restricted to individuals earning no more than
           80% of the Area Median Income. The current area median income for a single person
           is $52,450.

           FISCAL IMPACT:
           Funds for these requests are included in the Fiscal Year 2009-10 Operational Plan of
           the Department of Housing and Community Development. If approved, these
           requests will result in an allocation of up to $380,000 in HOME Investment
           Partnerships Program funds for the acquisition and rehabilitation of the Trenton
           Avenue Apartments. There will be no General Fund cost and no additional staff
           years.

           BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
           This proposal will have a positive impact on the business community since the
           recommended project involves construction work to be performed at the property.
           Contracts resulting from these recommendations will be executed with nonprofit and
           private sector firms, and will involve a competitive bid process.

           RECOMMENDATION:
           CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
           1. Authorize the allocation of up to $380,000 in HOME Investment Partnerships
              Program funds to South Bay Community Services for the acquisition and
              rehabilitation of the Trenton Avenue Apartments located in the City of Chula
              Vista.
           2. Authorize the Director, Department of Housing and Community Development, to
              negotiate and execute, with County Counsel concurrence, all contracts, related
              documents and/or amendments, and to take all necessary actions for the submittal
              and/or regulatory processing for implementation of the above-referenced project
              contingent upon the commitment of all other financing necessary to acquire and
              rehabilitate the Trenton Avenue Apartments.
           3. Authorize the publication of any required “Notice to the Public of Request for
              Release of Funds” for the recommended project; authorize the Director,
              Department of Housing and Community Development, to execute such a Request
              and Certification following environmental processing; and direct staff to transmit
              the request to HUD upon completion of any mandatory waiting periods.

           ACTION:
           ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board took
           action as recommended.

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


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   6.      SUBJECT:      SEXUAL PREDATOR E-MAIL ALERT SYSTEM
                         (DISTRICTS: ALL)

           OVERVIEW:
           The County provides an abundance of information on its websites. An e-mail alert
           system and a San Diego County Sexual Predator Pin Map would increase community
           awareness of these dangerous predators and ensure that these criminals are properly
           monitored throughout the County.

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

           BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
           N/A

           RECOMMENDATION:
           VICE-CHAIRMAN HORN
           1. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) to explore the feasibility of
              purchasing and implementing a sexual predator e-mail alert service for the
              County website.

           2. Direct the CAO to explore the feasibility of implementing and maintaining a San
              Diego County Sexual Predator Pin Map on the County website containing all
              appropriate and legal location information for all sexual registrants in San Diego
              County.

           3. Direct the CAO to report back to the Board of Supervisors in 60 days with
              recommendations on the implementation and funding of a sexual predator e-mail
              alert service.

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

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


   7.      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 Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board took
           action as recommended, on Consent.

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


   8.      SUBJECT:     NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT GRANTS (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 $323,124. 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:
           VICE CHAIRMAN HORN
           1. Allocate $50,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to Casa de
              Amparo for their “Campaign for Kids” strategic capital campaign to build a new
              main campus in Twin Oaks Valley.

           2. Allocate $3,500 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to the Valley
              Center Art Association to cover the costs of instructors and supplies for art
              classes for seniors.

           3. Allocate $5,861 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to the Dos
              Valles Garden Club to help purchase lumber, hardware, tools, soil, plants and
              fertilizers for the Two Directions/Dos Valles Garden Therapy and Education
              Program.


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           4. Allocate $15,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to reimburse
              the Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club for the costs of marketing, venue, travel,
              entertainment, professional services and supplies for the First Responders Dinner
              on April 30, 2010.

           5. Allocate $10,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to North
              County Health Services to cover the costs of marketing, venue, travel,
              entertainment, professional services and supplies for the Sixth Annual Golf
              Classic, “Fore for Kids VI,” on August 20, 2010.

           6. Allocate $25,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to the Vista
              Community Clinic to cover the costs of marketing, venue, travel, entertainment,
              professional services and supplies associated with the 24th Annual Holiday
              Homes Tour event.

           7. Allocate $18,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to Carlsbad
              Police Explorer Post 781, Inc. to purchase a passenger van.

           8. Allocate $100,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to the
              Moonlight Cultural Foundation to help cover the costs of purchasing new sound
              and lighting equipment, publishing a commemorative book and a marketing
              campaign.

           9. Allocate $4,100 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to the Rancho
              Santa Fe Historical Society to cover the costs of digitizing film archives and
              purchasing new dehumidifiers.

           10. Transfer appropriations of $21,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget
               (15670) to the Contributions to Capital Outlay Fund, Operating Out, to provide
               funding for the new Live Oak Park Amphitheater.

           11. Establish appropriations of $21,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital
               Project 1014129 – Live Oak Park Amphitheater, based on an Operating Transfer
               from the General Fund. (4 VOTES)

           12. Allocate $43,163 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to the
               Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum to cover the costs of constructing a new
               ticket booth with lighting and electricity, new fencing, and upgrading current
               utilities.

           13. Allocate $30,000 from Neighborhood Reinvestment budget (15670) to the
               Fallbrook Community Youth Baseball Council to help cover the costs of field
               improvements, constructing a bathroom, a gate and fencing, new flooring for the
               snack shack, sports equipment and supplies, uniforms, tournament fees, a golf
               cart, an A.E.D. machine and first aid kit.




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           14. Rescind the September 16, 2008 (8) allocation of $2,500 from the Neighborhood
               Reinvestment Program Budget (15670) to the Paradise Community Services, Inc.
               for building materials and construction costs of building a "Wall of Courage" to
               remember fallen soldiers at Grape Day Park in Escondido, so the funds can be
               reallocated to other projects.

           15. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute a grant agreement with the
               organizations 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.

           16. Find that these grant awards have a public purpose.

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

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


   9.      SUBJECT:      ALLOCATION OF NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT
                         FUNDS AND COMMUNITY ENHANCEMENT
                         AMENDMENTS (DISTRICT: 4)

           OVERVIEW:
           The County’s fiscal condition has enabled it to reinvest taxpayer money in our
           communities for the benefit of the public. This recommended action proposes
           allocations to new projects and amendments to previously allocated projects from the
           County of San Diego’s Neighborhood Reinvestment Projects Funds.

           FISCAL IMPACT:
           The total combined cost of the proposed recommendations is $262,064.
           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.
           There is no fiscal impact to the amendments since grants were previously authorized.

           BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
           N/A

           RECOMMENDATION:
           SUPERVISOR RON ROBERTS
           1. Allocate $16,840 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
              the Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association, San Diego Chapter,
              to purchase computers, cabinets, printers, phones and fax machine for their office
              on 6632 Convoy Court, San Diego, CA 92111.




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           2. Allocate $10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
              the Armed Services YMCA of the USA to purchase computers, video game
              consoles and software, pool and ping pong tables and television to be used in the
              Main Room at the Armed Services YMCA Recreation center at Camp Pendleton.

           3. Allocate $4,900 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to the
              Aseltine School to purchase art supplies.

           4. Establish appropriations of $47,536 in the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program
              Budget (Org 15665) based on the unused portion of the October 16, 2007 (18)
              allocation of $92,400 to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Inland North County for
              exterior improvements at the Linda Vista Branch which include: altering the
              parking lot to allow for additional landscaping and irrigation; repaving the
              parking lot; replacing the exterior wooden stairs; and purchasing and installing
              fencing around the outdoor eating area, so the funds can be reallocated to other
              projects. (4 VOTES)

           5. Allocate $4,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to the
              Burn Institute for costs related to phone system upgrades at their main office on
              8825 Aero Drive # 200, San Diego, CA 92123.

           6. Amend the purpose of the February 23, 2010 matching allocation of $28,000 to
              Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego to include costs related to kitchen,
              library and medical screening room renovations and improvements at Rachel’s
              Women’s Center. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the grant
              agreement accordingly.

           7. Allocate $8,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15665) to
              Community Housing Works to purchase cleaning, gardening and graffiti removal
              supplies and equipment.

           8. Rescind the June 24, 2008 allocation of $4,500 from the Community
              Enhancement budget (Org 12900) to the Diamond Community Development
              Corporation for the Imperialfest 2007 Street Festival Scholarship and Community
              Awards, so the funds can be reallocated to other projects.

           9. Allocate $12,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
              the Hillcrest Business Association for costs related to purchase and installation of
              six pedestrian scale street lights on Fifth Ave. in Hillcrest.

           10. Allocate $20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               the Japanese Friendship Garden Society of San Diego for construction costs of a
               waterfall at the northwest end of Gold Gulch canyon.




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           11. Allocate $3,500 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to the
               John Brockington Foundation for venue and equipment rental, mailing,
               marketing, honorariums and printing costs for their KIN (Keeping Inside the
               Numbers) Campaign event on June 19, 2010.

           12. Allocate $27,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               the Meals-on-Wheels for the purchase and installation of the new heating and air-
               conditioning equipment at headquarters on 2554 San Diego Ave., San Diego, CA
               92110.

           13. Allocate $25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               Pastors on Point for the purchase of cleaning, gardening, painting and graffiti
               removal supplies and equipment and t-shirts for their Project Wipe-Out and
               Community Clean-up Work Crew programs.

           14. Allocate $20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               the San Diego Asian Film Foundation for the purchase of outdoor video
               projection equipment (projector, screen, generator and audio equipment).

           15. Transfer appropriations of $25,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget
               unit (15665) to the San Diego County Library to purchase new music CDs, audio
               books and DVDs for the library’s bookmobiles.

           16. Allocate $10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               the San Diego Futures Foundation for the purchase of a façade sign, security
               system, office furniture, electrical and wiring costs and services, office space
               modification costs.

           17. Allocate $10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               the San Diego Historical Society for the purchase and installation of new interior
               and exterior signage at the San Diego History Center.

           18. Allocate $20,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               the San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center (The
               Center) for costs related to new website and web oriented improvements.

           19. Allocate $30,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               the San Diego Museum of Man for costs related to replacing the museum’s
               existing fire panel and to bring their entire system up to current Fire Codes and
               requirements of the City of San Diego.

           20. Amend the purpose of the October 16, 2007 (18) allocation of $50,000 to the
               Senior Community Centers of San Diego to include the purchase of furniture for
               the new Wellness Center. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the
               grant agreement accordingly.




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           21. Allocate $18,360 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               the St. Paul’s Retirement Homes Foundation for the purchase of furniture and
               memory boxes for their Memory Care Program for seniors with moderate and
               advanced stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

           22. Allocate $10,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               STAR/PAL for the purchase of marker flags, volunteer t-shirts and hats, pop-up
               canopies, computer hardware and software, printer and printer supplies, storage
               containers and supplies, kitchen supplies, office supplies, office furniture, and
               facility maintenance tools and supplies.

           23. Amend the purpose of the June 23, 2009 (25) allocation of $25,000 to the
               Trevors Toybox Corporation to include website domain registration, computers
               and peripherals, electronic devices, books, furniture and toys. Authorize the
               Chief Financial Officer to amend the grant agreement accordingly.

           24. Allocate $35,000 from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Budget unit (15565) to
               the Union of Pan Asian communities (UPAC) for costs related to asbestos
               removal, mold abatement and replacement of carpeting project at 1031 25th
               Street, San Diego, CA 92102.

           25. 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.

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

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

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


   10.     SUBJECT:      ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                         SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF
                         ORDINANCE: AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION
                         ORDINANCE (DISTRICTS: ALL)

           OVERVIEW:
           On May 11, 2010 (9), the Board of Supervisors introduced Ordinance for further
           consideration and adoption on May 18, 2010.

           The proposed amendments to the San Diego County Compensation Ordinance are
           part of the ongoing effort to manage and maintain a skilled and competent workforce
           dedicated to sustaining operational excellence and serving the public. These amend-


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           ments include: amending compensation and retitling one classification; designating
           three classifications as “Terminal”, deleting one obsolete classification, and
           amending sections of the Compensation Ordinance pertaining to a location premium,
           County Owned Housing, and Voluntary Time Off. Furthermore, due to the
           reorganization of the Departmental Public Information Services and the Department
           of Media and Public Relations, additional amendments include: establishing five
           classifications in the classified service and one classification in the unclassified
           service; retitling one classification; and deleting four classifications in the classified
           service.

           FISCAL IMPACT:
           There is no fiscal impact as a result of adopting these proposed amendments to the
           Compensation Ordinance.

           BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
           N/A

           RECOMMENDATION:
           CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
           Adopt Ordinance entitled:

                AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE
                AND ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION.

           ACTION:
           ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board took
           action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 10051 (N.S.) entitled:
           AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE
           ESTABLISHING         CLASSIFICATIONS,          CHARACTERISTICS            AND
           COMPENSATION.

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


   11.     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.”




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           FISCAL IMPACT:
           N/A

           BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
           N/A

           RECOMMENDATION:
           VICE-CHAIRMAN HORN
           Appoint Tom Beltran to the BORREGO SPRINGS SPONSOR GROUP, for a term
           to expire January 7, 2013.

           Appoint Tony Ambre to the CSA 83 (SAN DIEGUITO) AND 83 ZONE A
           (4S RANCH) ADVISORY COMMITTEE, for a term to expire January 3, 2011.

           Appoint Webber J. Comella to the CSA NO. 081 - FALLBROOK LOCAL PARKS
           ADVISORY COMMITTEE, for a term to expire January 3, 2011.

           Appoint Ronald J. Cozad to the PALOMAR AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE,
           for a term to expire January 3, 2011.

           Appoint Calvin G. Weeks to the PALOMAR             AIRPORT   ADVISORY
           COMMITTEE, for a term to expire January 3, 2011.

           Appoint Dianne Rohwer-Johnson to the RAINBOW COMMUNITY PLANNING
           GROUP, for a term to expire January 3, 2011.

           Appoint Thomas S. Kumura to the TWIN OAKS VALLEY SPONSOR GROUP, for
           a term to expire January 7, 2013.

           Re-appoint Susan Moore to the VALLEY CENTER DESIGN REVIEW BOARD,
           for a term to expire March 24, 2014.

           SUPERVISOR JACOB
           Appoint John J Flynn to the SPRING VALLEY COMMUNITY PLANNING
           GROUP, for a term to expire January 7, 2013.

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

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




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   12.     SUBJECT:     CLOSED SESSION

           OVERVIEW:
           A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
              (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              Sasha Lippman v. County of San Diego, et al.; United States District Court No.
              08-CV-2172-IEG (WMC)

           B. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
              (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              County of San Diego v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (Barona Tribal
              Gaming Authority); 4th District Court of Appeals Case No. D055745

           C. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
              (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              Raecorte DB, LLC, et al. v. County of San Diego; Vista Superior Court No.
              37-2008-00057356-CU-WM-NC

           D. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
              (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              Donald Hoover v. United Site Services of California, Inc.; El Cajon Superior
              Court No. 37-2009-00066785-CU-PO-EC

           E. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
              (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              First American Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc. v. County of San Diego;
              Superior Court No. 37-2009-00082770-CU-MC-CTL

           F. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
              (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              County of Los Angeles, et al. v. Michael C. Genest, et al. (2009 RDA Revenue
              Transfer Litigation); Sacramento Superior Court No. 34-2009-80000362

           G. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
              (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              David Martin v. County of San Diego, et al.;
              United States District Court No. 03cv1788-IEG(WMC)
              [No materials]

           ACTION:
           Any reportable matters will be announced on Wednesday, May 19, 2010, prior to the
           start of the Board of Supervisors Planning and Land Use meeting.




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  13.      SUBJECT:      PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS

           OVERVIEW:
           Chairwoman Pam Slater-Price and Supervisor Greg Cox presented a proclamation
           declaring May 21, 2010, Bike To Work Day throughout the County of San Diego.

           Supervisor Ron Roberts presented a proclamation declaring May 18, 2010, La
           Maestra Community Health Center Day throughout the County of San Diego.

           Supervisor Ron Roberts and Supervisor Greg Cox presented a proclamation declaring
           May 18, 2010, Project Access San Diego Day throughout the County of San Diego.

           Supervisor Greg Cox presented a proclamation declaring May 18, 2010, Olympian
           High School Day throughout the County of San Diego.

           Supervisor Dianne Jacob presented proclamation declaring May 18, 2010, La Mesa
           Masonic Lodge No. 407 Day throughout the County of San Diego.

           Supervisor Dianne Jacob presented proclamation honoring Diane Kaelin, Volunteer
           Of The Month For May 2010.

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 10:49 a.m. in memory of Reno Leon
Harnish Jr., John Lee Terry, Mary Walsh, Paul Souval, Bob Breitbard, and Mavis Clute.




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

Consent: Barclay
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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