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									                        STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
              COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                              REGULAR MEETING
                         TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2008
                       Board Of Supervisors North Chamber
              1600 Pacific Highway, Room 310, San Diego, California

                                  Order of Business


MORNING SESSION: – Meeting was called to order at 9:06 a.m.

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

ABSENT: Vice Chairwoman Dianne Jacob

Invocation was led by Pastor Timothy McNerney from First Christian Church in Chula
Vista.

Pledge of Allegiance was led by Joe Brunner, Chairman of the Veterans Day Parade.

Approval of Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for Meeting of October 14, 2008.

ACTION:
ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board of
Supervisors approved the Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for Meeting of
October 14, 2008.

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




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Category           Agenda No.   Subject

Public Safety      1.     SHERIFF’S ACCEPTANCE OF THE U.S.
                          DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 2008 FORENSIC
                          DNA BACKLOG REDUCTION PROGRAM
                          GRANT AND PROPOSITION 69 FUNDS
                          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): U.S. DEPARTMENT
                          OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS,
                          AND PROPOSITION 69 FUNDS]
                          (4 VOTES)

                   2.     SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR
                          RATIFICATION OF OUT-OF-COUNTRY
                          TRAVEL

                   3.     SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT - PUBLIC SAFETY
                          INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS
                          GRANT ACCEPTANCE AS A SUB-GRANTEE
                          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): FEDERAL
                          DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
                          PUBLIC SAFETY INTEROPERABLE
                          COMMUNICATIONS (PSIC) GRANT PASSED-
                          THROUGH THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO AND
                          FROM THE REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS
                          (RCS) TRUST FUND]
                          (4 VOTES)

                   4.     SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SOLE SOURCE
                          PROCUREMENT OF A FORWARD LOOKING
                          INFRA-RED SYSTEM
                          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): GRANT REVENUE
                          FROM THE GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF
                          HOMELAND SECURITY, OPERATION
                          STONEGARDEN GRANT]

                   5.*    DISTRICT ATTORNEY: COMBATING GANGS
                          IN THE SAN DIEGO REGION

Health and Human   6.     COMPETITIVE PROCUREMENT FOR HOME
Services                  AND COMMUNITY-BASED CARE SERVICES
                          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): STATE GENERAL
                          FUND, TITLE III-B, E OF THE OLDER
                          AMERICANS ACT, TITLE XIX MEDICAID,
                          AND STATE MENTAL HEALTH
                          REALIGNMENT]


 *Presentation


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Category                Agenda No.   Subject

                        7.     CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF AGING
                               REVENUE AGREEMENTS RESOLUTION FOR
                               FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009

                        8.     HRSA GRANT AWARDS FOR EDGEMOOR
                               HOSPITAL
                               [FUNDING SOURCE(S): FEDERAL
                               DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN
                               SERVICES, HEALTH RESOURCES AND
                               SERVICES ADMINISTRATION]
                               (4 VOTES)

Community Services      9.     OPEN NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY
                               FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROPOSAL:
                               TOMLINSON APARTMENTS, VISTA

                        10.    REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO APPLY
                               FOR NEW FEDERAL NEIGHBORHOOD
                               STABILIZATION PROGRAM FUNDS AND TO
                               IMPLEMENT PROGRAMS CONSISTENT WITH
                               GRANT REQUIREMENTS
                               [FUNDING SOURCE(S): HUD’S
                               NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION
                               PROGRAM]
                               (4 VOTES)

                        11.    SECOND AMENDMENT TO SUBLEASE
                               AGREEMENT FOR HEALTH AND HUMAN
                               SERVICES AGENCY – ADOPTIONS, 198 WEST
                               MAIN STREET, EL CAJON
                               [FUNDING SOURCE(S): SOCIAL SERVICES
                               ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE]

Financial and General   12.    APPOINTMENT TO THE CALIFORNIA STATE
Government                     ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES (CSAC)

                        13.    LOCAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS
                               (DISTRICT: 1)

                        14.    NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                               CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODES: VARIOUS
                               DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
                               [FUNDING SOURCE(S):FISCAL YEAR
                               2008/2009 ADOPTED BUDGET]




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Category               Agenda No.   Subject

                       15.    AMENDMENT TO THE COMPENSATION
                              ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO THE SALARY
                              OF THE TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR

                       16.    COMPLETION OF THE EDGEMOOR SKILLED
                              NURSING FACILITY
                              [FUNDING SOURCE(S): OVER-REALIZED
                              INTEREST EARNINGS ON BOND PROCEEDS
                              GENERATED BY CONSERVATIVE INTEREST
                              EARNINGS ASSUMPTIONS]
                              (4 VOTES)

                       17.    GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF SCHOOL
                              FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS OF
                              THE POWAY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

                       18.    REIMBURSEMENT OF CERTAIN EXPENSES
                              RELATED TO THE COUNTY OPERATIONS
                              CENTER AND ANNEX REDEVELOPMENT
                              PROJECT WITH PROCEEDS FROM LEASE
                              REVENUE BONDS

Communications         19.    COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED
Received

Closed Session         20.    CLOSED SESSION

Presentations/Awards   21.    PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS

Public Communication   22.    PUBLIC COMMUNICATION




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 1.    SUBJECT:       SHERIFF’S ACCEPTANCE OF THE U.S. DEPARTMENT
                      OF JUSTICE 2008 FORENSIC DNA BACKLOG
                      REDUCTION PROGRAM GRANT AND PROPOSITION
                      69 FUNDS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       This is a request to ratify the submission and authorize the acceptance of a
       $397,770 grant administered by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of
       Justice Programs (OJP), and authorize the acceptance of a $250,000 allocation
       from the DNA Identification Agency Fund.

       The 2008 Forensic DNA Backlog Reduction Program Grant will augment the
       Sheriff’s Crime Lab’s current DNA analysis capacity by providing work space
       and equipment for the Crime Lab’s Rapid Response DNA analysis team. The
       grant funding will aid in reduction of turnaround time on DNA cases awaiting
       analysis and increase the number of cases analyzed.

       The $250,000 from the DNA Identification Agency Fund was recently
       authorized by the Proposition 69 Steering Committee and will be allocated
       solely to the renovation of the Sheriff’s Crime Lab.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds for this request are not included in the Fiscal Year 2008-10 Adopted
       Operational Plan. The funding sources are the U.S. Department of Justice,
       Office of Justice Programs in the amount of $397,770, and Proposition 69 funds
       in the amount of $250,000. If approved, this request will result in $647,770
       current year costs and revenue and will require the addition of zero staff years.
       There is no local match required for these funds.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       SHERIFF
       1. Waive Board Policy B-29, Full Cost Recovery, which requires full cost
          recovery for grants and that Board approval be given in advance of
          application for funds.

       2. Ratify the Sheriff’s Department’s submission and authorize the acceptance
          of a $397,770 grant through the U.S. Department of Justice 2008 Forensic
          DNA Backlog Reduction Program for the period of October 1, 2008
          through September 30, 2009.

       3. Authorize the acceptance of $250,000 from the DNA Identification Agency
          Fund by the Sheriff’s Department.




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       4. Establish appropriations of $647,770 in the Sheriff’s Department for the
          Crime Lab’s Rapid Response DNA analysis team based on unanticipated
          revenue from the U.S. Department of Justice ($397,770) and Proposition 69
          ($250,000). (4 VOTES)

       5. Authorize the Sheriff to execute the acceptance of the U.S. Department of
          Justice 2008 Forensic DNA Backlog Reduction Program grant, and any
          extensions, amendments, or revisions thereof that do not materially impact
          or alter the grant programs or funding level.

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

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


 2.    SUBJECT:      SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR
                     RATIFICATION OF OUT-OF-COUNTRY TRAVEL
                     (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       In accordance with Board of Supervisors Policy D-7, Out-of-County Business
       and Related Guidelines and Processes, this is a request to ratify the travel for
       one Deputy Sheriff, assigned to the Narcotics Task Force, who traveled to
       Honolulu, Hawaii from September 22 to September 26, 2008 to instruct at the
       Drug Enforcement Administration’s Mandatory Task Force Orientation
       Training.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds for this request are included in the Sheriff’s Fiscal Year 2008-09
       Adopted Operational Plan. All travel and accommodation costs were paid by
       the Drug Enforcement Administration. The Deputy received regular salary and
       benefits and no overtime was generated as a result of this travel. This request
       will result in no future cost and will require the addition of zero staff years.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       SHERIFF
       1. Ratify the travel of one Deputy Sheriff, from September 22 to
          September 26, 2008, to instruct at the Drug Enforcement Administration’s
          Mandatory Task Force Orientation Training in Honolulu, Hawaii.




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       2. Ratify the Chief Administrative Officer’s and the Sheriff’s selection of the
          Deputy, who traveled from September 22 to September 26, 2008, to
          instruct at the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Mandatory Task Force
          Orientation Training in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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

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

 3.    SUBJECT:       SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT - PUBLIC SAFETY
                      INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS GRANT
                      ACCEPTANCE AS A SUB-GRANTEE (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       This is a request to authorize the Sheriff’s Department, as a sub-grantee of the
       City of San Diego, to accept $2,319,749 in Public Safety Interoperable
       Communications (PSIC) grant funds and adopt a resolution authorizing the
       Sheriff to execute any actions necessary for the purpose of obtaining federal
       financial assistance provided by the Federal Department of Homeland Security
       and sub-granted through the City of San Diego.

       The Federal PSIC grant program allocated $94,034,510 for the State of
       California. On May 27, 2008, the San Diego Urban Area and Imperial County
       Interoperability Improvements investment application was awarded $9,532,102
       by the California State Office of Homeland Security. The San Diego Urban
       Area will receive $6,532,102. Within the San Diego Urban Area, $800,000 was
       allocated for regional communications training to be provided by the San Diego
       County Sheriff’s Department and $1,519,749 for mutual aid public safety
       communications equipment to be installed and operated by San Diego County
       Sheriff’s Department. The grant performance period for San Diego County as
       sub-grantee is February 14, 2008 to June 30, 2010.

       This is also a request to transfer funds in the amount of $716,513 from the
       Regional Communications System Trust Fund to meet a portion of the match
       requirements of the PSIC grant.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds for this request are not included in Fiscal Year 2008-09 Adopted
       Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in current year costs and
       revenue of $3,036,262. The funding sources are $2,319,749 from the Federal
       Department of Homeland Security Public Safety Interoperable Communications
       (PSIC) grant passed-through the City of San Diego and $716,513 from the
       Regional Communications (RCS) Trust Fund.



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       The annual maintenance cost of the San Diego County equipment for
       subsequent years is estimated to be $19,000 and will be included in the
       Sheriff’s Operational Plan and funded by RCS networking operating charges.

       This request will require the addition of no staff years.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       SHERIFF
       1. Waive the provisions of Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue, and
          Contracts – Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery, which requires
          full cost recovery for grants and requires that Board approval be given in
          advance of application of funds.

       2. Authorize the Sheriff’s Department as sub-grantee of the City of San Diego
          to accept Federal Department of Homeland Security Public Safety
          Interoperable Communications (PSIC) grant funds of $2,319,749 for the
          period of February 14, 2008 to June 30, 2010 for mutual aid public safety
          communications equipment and for regional communications radio training.

       3. Adopt a resolution entitled “A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF
          SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO
          THE PUBLIC SAFETY INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS
          GRANT” which authorizes the Sheriff to execute any actions necessary for
          the purpose of obtaining federal financial assistance provided by the Federal
          Department of Homeland Security and sub-granted through the City of San
          Diego.

       4. Establish appropriations of $3,036,262 in the Sheriff’s Department for
          services and supplies ($1,516,513) and fixed assets ($1,519,749) based on
          Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC) grant revenue passed-
          through the City of San Diego in the amount of $2,319,749 and $716,513
          from the Regional Communications System Trust Fund. (4 VOTES)

       ACTION:
       ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board
       took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 08-225,
       entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
       COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO THE PUBLIC SAFETY
       INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS GRANT.

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




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 4.    SUBJECT:      SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SOLE SOURCE
                     PROCUREMENT OF A FORWARD LOOKING
                     INFRA-RED SYSTEM (DISTRICT: 1)

       OVERVIEW:
       On September 23, 2008 (2), your Board approved the acceptance of the 2008
       Operation Stonegarden (OPSG) grant and the Sheriff’s Department
       participation in the grant. The objective of the OPSG grant program is to
       increase coordination and enhance local law enforcement presence along the
       border. The Sheriff’s Aerial Support to Regional Enforcement Agencies
       (ASTREA) unit will be providing aviation support to OPSG operations
       consisting of night surveillance with a forward looking infra-red (FLIR) system.
       This equipment was included in the approved OPSG grant application. This is
       a request to authorize the Director of Purchasing and Contracting to procure
       from FLIR Systems, Inc., one FLIR system, and the accessories and associated
       equipment for attachment of the FLIR system to the ASTREA MD aircraft.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds for this request are included in the Sheriff’s Fiscal Year 2008-10
       Operational Plan. The funding source is grant revenue from the Governor’s
       Office of Homeland Security, Operation Stonegarden Grant. If approved, this
       request will result in $362,340 in current year cost and revenue. This request
       consists of $337,300 for FLIR, equipment and accessories, $16,030 for
       extended warranty and $9,010 in ISF fees. This will require the addition of zero
       staff years.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       SHERIFF
       In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and
       authorize the Director of the Department of Purchasing and Contracting to enter
       into negotiations with FLIR Systems, Inc., and subject to successful
       negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract
       for the procurement of a forward looking infra-red system, including extended
       warranty, accessories and associated equipment for attachment of the FLIR
       systems to MD aircraft. Waive the advertising and competitive procurement
       requirements of Board Policy A-87.

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

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




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 5.    SUBJECT:      DISTRICT ATTORNEY: COMBATING GANGS IN THE
                     SAN DIEGO REGION (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       Gangs affect all of us. The influences of gang culture are present in our daily
       interactions and we see them in how young people relate to one another through
       dress, language and interpersonal relationships. It is not just about crimes of
       violence and drugs, but how gang culture impacts a lack of respect for authority
       and the deterioration of positive relationships.

       The San Diego District Attorney’s Office has the task of prosecuting the most
       serious of gang offenders.        It takes a comprehensive approach using
       suppression, prevention, and intervention to break the cycle of violence and
       crime that gangs perpetrate in our communities.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       N/A

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       DISTRICT ATTORNEY
       Receive the presentation from the District Attorney's Office on its commitment
       to vigorously combating gangs in the San Diego region.

       ACTION:
       Received presentation.


 6.    SUBJECT:      COMPETITIVE PROCUREMENT FOR HOME AND
                     COMMUNITY-BASED CARE SERVICES
                     (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       The Health and Human Services Agency’s Aging & Independence Services
       division provides a variety of programs and services for seniors and persons
       with disabilities. These services include in-home supports for frail elderly and
       disabled citizens who might otherwise be at risk of institutionalization. Some
       services are provided through contracts with community-based organizations
       using funding from State and federal sources. Existing contracts for home and
       community-based care services are scheduled to end on June 30, 2009.

       This item requests Board authorization for the issuance of a Request for
       Statement of Qualifications (RFSQ) to identify qualified home and community-
       based care service providers for seniors and disabled persons receiving Case


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       Management services, In-Home Supportive Services, Mental Health Senior
       Team and Adult Protective Services. With Board approval, a competitive
       solicitation will be issued to establish a roster of pre-qualified vendors that will
       provide in-home and personal assistance services to maintain elderly and
       disabled clients safely in their homes.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds for this request are included in the FY 2008-10 Operational Plan for the
       Health and Human Services Agency. If approved, this request will result in FY
       2009-10 costs and revenue of $1,600,000. The funding sources are the State
       General Fund, Title III-B, E of the Older Americans Act, Title XIX Medicaid,
       and State Mental Health Realignment. There will be no change in net General
       Fund cost and no additional staff years.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
       In accordance with Section 401 et seq. of the County Administrative Code,
       authorize the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a competitive
       solicitation to establish a list of pre-qualified vendors to acquire in-home and
       personal assistance services for seniors and disabled persons receiving services
       through the following County managed programs: a) Multipurpose Senior
       Services Program b) Linkages c) In-Home Supportive Services d) Senior
       Options, Advocacy and Referral e) Mental Health Senior Team f) Adult
       Protective Services; and add new vendors to the pre-qualified list through the
       RFSQ process as they become qualified; and, upon determinations of the fair
       and reasonable prices and availability, award contracts and issue and reissue
       service authorization requests on a case-by-case basis, according to client
       needs, to those vendors meeting the Criteria for Provider Selection elements
       defined in the competitive solicitation under the provisions of the Home and
       Community-Based Care Services Directory, over a period of one year, from
       July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010 with three additional one year options, and
       up to an additional six months if needed; and to amend agreements to reflect
       changes in funding or service requirements, subject to the approval of the
       Director, Health and Human Services Agency.

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

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




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 7.    SUBJECT:      CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF AGING REVENUE
                     AGREEMENTS RESOLUTION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-
                     2009 (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       The Board of Supervisors has demonstrated a long-term commitment to
       enhancing programs focused on the safety and welfare of seniors and persons
       with disabilities. The County’s Health and Human Services Agency, Aging &
       Independence Services, administers these programs.

       On June 17, 2008 (6), the Board approved Fiscal Year 2008-09 revenue
       agreements totaling nearly $14 million to fund various programs supporting
       elderly and disabled citizens. The agreements and the Minute Order were
       submitted to the State Department of Aging (CDA) for execution, in line with
       existing State requirements. Subsequent to the County’s submittal of the
       required documents, the State communicated a new requirement for a Board
       Resolution (Attachment A) to authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute these
       agreements. This item responds the State’s new request for a resolution.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       The Board accepted the FY 2008-09 revenue agreements and approved the
       fiscal impact on June 17, 2008 (6). There is no additional fiscal impact related
       to the FY 2008-09 California Department of Aging resolution. There will be no
       change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
       Adopt the resolution entitled “California Department of Aging Revenue
       Agreements for the Fiscal Year Commencing July 1, 2008.”

       ACTION:
       ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board
       took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 08-226,
       entitled:    CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF AGING REVENUE
       AGREEMENTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JULY 1, 2008.

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




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 8.    SUBJECT:      HRSA GRANT AWARDS FOR EDGEMOOR HOSPITAL
                     (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       The County’s Edgemoor Distinct Part Skilled Nursing Facility annually
       provides care for approximately 175 low-income and indigent patients who are
       not eligible for acute hospitals or community skilled nursing facilities due to
       specialized medical needs.

       In early 2002, the County submitted a request to the Department of Health and
       Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to
       fund information technology enhancements at Edgemoor. On May 21, 2002
       (23), the County accepted a federal grant from the HRSA in the amount of
       $492,080 to begin implementation of an electronic medical record system. The
       system enabled caregivers to document services provided at the patient’s
       bedside.

       In February 2008, the County applied for additional grant funds from HRSA to
       further enhance the electronic medical record system at Edgemoor. This item
       requests Board authority to accept the additional HRSA grants funds totaling
       $539,851, and appropriate the revenue for future improvements to the electronic
       medical record system and to purchase needed medical equipment for
       Edgemoor.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds for the Edgemoor grants are not included in the FY 2008-10 Operational
       Plan for the Health and Human Services Agency. If approved, this request will
       result in FY 2008-09 costs and revenue of $100,000 and total cost and revenue
       of $539,851 through FY 2011-12. The funding source is the federal
       Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services
       Administration. 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. Authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute, upon receipt, two federal
          Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services
          Administration grant awards #C76HF09637 in the amount of $397,836 and
          #C76HF09638 in the amount of $142,015, both for the period July 1, 2008
          through June 30, 2013, and subject to the approval of the Director of the
          Health and Human Services Agency, or his designee, authorize the Clerk of
          the Board to execute subsequent amendments and renewals to the grant
          awards.



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       2. Establish appropriations of $100,000 in the Health and Human Services
          Agency, for improvements to the electronic medical record system and to
          purchase needed medical equipment for Edgemoor Hospital based on
          HRSA grant revenue. (4 VOTES)

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

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


 9.    SUBJECT:      OPEN NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY FOR
                     AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROPOSAL: TOMLINSON
                     APARTMENTS, VISTA (DISTRICT: 5)

       OVERVIEW:
       The requested action will authorize an allocation of up to $105,000 in U.S.
       Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) HOME Investment
       Partnerships Program (HOME) funds for partial financing of the construction of
       Tomlinson Apartments, a rental housing development for adults with physical
       disabilities and/or mobility impairments, as proposed by Accessible Space, Inc.,
       in response to the Notice of Funding Availability for Affordable Housing. The
       15-unit supportive housing complex, located in the City of Vista, will provide
       affordable housing for very low-income persons earning no more than 50% of
       the Area Median Income (AMI). HUD’s current published income limits state
       that 50% of AMI for a family of four is $39,500.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds for this project are budgeted in the Fiscal Year 2008-09 Operational Plan
       of the Department of Housing and Community Development, and will be offset
       by revenue from HUD. If approved, this request will result in an allocation of
       up to $105,000 in HOME funds to support the Tomlinson Apartments project.
       The loan, in an amount of up to $95,000, will be secured by a deed of trust
       recorded against the property and repaid over a period of 55 years.
       Administrative expenses for loan processing, environmental review and
       underwriting activities are expected to be up to $10,000. There is no fiscal
       impact to the County’s General Fund and no additional staff years required.

       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.



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       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
       1. Authorize the allocation of up to $95,000 in HOME Investment
          Partnerships Program funds to San Diego County Supportive Housing, Inc.,
          a nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation, for the construction of the
          Tomlinson Apartments located in the City of Vista.

       2. Authorize the allocation of up to $10,000 in HOME Investment
          Partnerships Program funds to the County’s Department of Housing and
          Community Development for County administrative expenses incurred
          directly related to loan processing, underwriting, and environmental review
          of the proposed housing development project. These expenses may include
          reimbursement for administrative costs incurred prior to this Board action.

       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.

       4. 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.

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

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


 10.   SUBJECT:      REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO APPLY FOR
                     NEW FEDERAL NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION
                     PROGRAM FUNDS AND TO IMPLEMENT PROGRAMS
                     CONSISTENT WITH GRANT REQUIREMENTS
                     (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       The Neighborhood Stabilization Program, authorized under Title III of the
       Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 enacted July 30, 2008,
       appropriates $3.92 billion of Community Development Block Grant Program
       (CDBG) funds nationwide. The program is administered through the U.S.


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       Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). These targeted funds
       may be used to: 1) acquire, or provide financial assistance to acquire, foreclosed
       and/or abandoned properties that might otherwise become sources of blight
       within communities; 2) develop a program for homebuyers earning up to 120%
       of area median income (or $94,800 for a four-person household); and/or 3)
       develop a program to help nonprofit organizations or other developers
       purchase, construct, or rehabilitate single-family or multifamily affordable
       housing projects.

       On September 29, 2008, HUD issued the following: a Notice of Allocation;
       Application Procedures; Regulatory Waivers Granted; Alternative
       Requirements; and Statutory Program Requirements for the Neighborhood
       Stabilization Program. HUD allocated $5,144,152 to the County of San Diego;
       however, to receive this allocation, the County must submit a grant application
       by December 1, 2008. The grant funds must be obligated within 18 months of
       grant award and expended within four years of award. It is expected that the
       grant will be awarded early in the second quarter of 2009.

       The Board of Supervisors is requested to adopt a resolution: 1) authorizing and
       approving the submission of a County grant application for the maximum
       eligible award of $5,144,152; and 2) authorizing the Director of the County’s
       Department of Housing and Community Development to develop and
       implement a homebuyer program, as well as the authority to execute contracts
       with nonprofit organizations or other developers to purchase, construct, or
       rehabilitate single-family or multifamily affordable housing projects.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds for this request are not budgeted in the Fiscal Year 2008-10 Operational
       Plan. If approved, this request will result in costs and revenue of $5,144,152.
       The funding source will be HUD’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program. There
       will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff costs. This
       new program will be administered with existing staffing resources within HCD.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       It is anticipated that the Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant,
       implemented in conjunction with the County’s existing Downpayment and
       Closing Costs Assistance Program, will generate approximately 45 real estate
       sales in San Diego County over the 18-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 Neighborhood Stabilization Program
          grant application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
          Development (HUD) for $5,144,152.




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       2. Authorize the Director, Department of Housing and Community
          Development, to develop a homebuyer program and to issue Notices of
          Funding Availability or Requests for Proposals, as appropriate, in
          accordance with applicable Board policies, for grant funding that would be
          made available for acquisition, construction, or rehabilitation of single
          family or multifamily housing projects under the Neighborhood
          Stabilization Program.

       3. 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 Neighborhood Stabilization Program.

       4. Establish appropriations in the amount of $5,144,152 in the Housing and
          Community Development Department for operation of the Neighborhood
          Stabilization Program’s low-/ moderate-/middle-income programs,
          contingent upon HUD approving the County’s Neighborhood Stabilization
          Program grant application. (4 VOTES)

       ACTION:
       Directing the Chief Administrative Officer to look at a prioritization such that
       the lower the amount that is being requested the higher the priority it would be
       in terms of us participating and giving priority; and, to have some relationship
       between the down payment and the amount that is being requested as a
       minimum; ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn,
       the Board took action as recommended, adopting Resolution No. 08-227,
       entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
       COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO AUTHORIZING THE SUBMITTAL OF AN
       APPLICATION TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN
       DEVELOPMENT FOR FUNDING UNDER THE NEIGHBORHOOD
       STABILIZATION PROGRAM.

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


 11.   SUBJECT:      SECOND AMENDMENT TO SUBLEASE AGREEMENT
                     FOR HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY –
                     ADOPTIONS, 198 WEST MAIN STREET, EL CAJON
                     (DISTRICT: 2)

       OVERVIEW:
       The Board is requested to approve a Second Amendment to Sublease for
       continued occupancy by the Health and Human Services Agency’s Adoptions
       office at 198 West Main Street, Suites A through D, El Cajon. The proposed


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       amendment extends the sublease term for five years and provides for the
       County to contract and pay for custodial services. The full service rental rate of
       $12,650 per month ($2.43 per square foot per month) is comparable with other
       retail rental rates in the central area of El Cajon.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds for this request are included in the Health and Human Services Agency’s
       Fiscal Year 2008-09 Operational Plan. The funding source is Social Services
       Administrative Revenue. If approved, this request will result in $113,850
       current year cost, an annual cost of $154,608, an increase of $32,112, and will
       require no additional staff years.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
       1. Find, in accordance with Article 19, Section 15301(a) of the California
          Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, that the proposed sublease
          is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA, as it involves the
          continuation of an existing use.

       2. Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of General Services
          to execute three copies of the Second Amendment to Sublease for the space
          at 198 West Main Street, El Cajon.

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

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


 12.   SUBJECT:        APPOINTMENT TO THE CALIFORNIA STATE
                       ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES (CSAC)
                       (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       Appointment to the California State Association of Counties.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       There is no fiscal impact as a result of this action.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A




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       RECOMMENDATION:
       SUPERVISOR COX
       1. Reappoint Supervisor Greg Cox as the San Diego County representative on
          the California State Association of Governments (CSAC) for a term
          beginning November 1, 2008 and expiring October 31, 2009.
       2. Reappoint Supervisor Bill Horn as the alternate San Diego County
          representative on the California State Association of Counties (CSAC) for
          a term beginning November 1, 2008 and expiring October 31, 2009.

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

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


 13.   SUBJECT:      LOCAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS (DISTRICT: 1)

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

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       The fiscal impact of these 13 grants is $168,000. These actions will result in
       the addition of no staff years and no future costs.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       SUPERVISOR COX
       1. Find that the allocation to the International Community Foundation is
          exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to
          CEQA Guidelines section 15301.

       2. Allocate $40,000 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to the
          International Community Foundation for capital expenditures to construct
          on-site parking and landscaping for the Center for Cross Border
          Philanthropy, subject to the International Community Foundation raising
          funds in the amount of $40,000.

       3. Allocate $5,000 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to the
          Sherman Heights Community Center to purchase tables and chairs for
          ongoing events.


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       4. Allocate $4,000 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to the
          Sweetwater Education Foundation for equipment rentals, marketing, venue
          and photography costs associated with the Third Annual Gala on November
          7, 2008.

       5. Allocate $8,200 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to Aquatic
          Adventures for IT upgrades and signage/decals for the educational facilities.

       6. Allocate $11,800 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to the
          National City Chamber of Commerce to reseal the office building and
          purchase a new phone system.

       7. Allocate $6,000 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to the
          Emilio Nares Foundation for the purchase of computers and office supplies
          for the Resource Center at the new Ronald McDonald House.

       8. Allocate $15,000 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to Casa
          Familiar for equipment rentals, marketing, and venue costs associated with
          the San Ysidro Centennial Anniversary in 2009.

       9. Allocate $10,000 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to the
          Child Abuse Prevention Foundation for costs associated with updating their
          website.

       10. Allocate $3,500 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to Discover
           Pacific Beach for equipment rentals, marketing and venue costs associated
           with 2008 Holiday Parade.

       11. Allocate $15,000 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to
           ACCION San Diego for moving costs, tenant improvements, equipment,
           furniture, productivity tools and technological upgrades for relocation to a
           new office.

       12. Allocate $24,500 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to the
           Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego for a new sound system at their
           museum at 1001 Kettner Boulevard.

       13. Allocate $15,000 from Community Projects budget (Org 15650) to the
           Central Commercial District Revitalization Corporation for the purchase
           and installation of banners for their neighborhood identification program.

       14. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects budget (org 15650) to the
           Rock Bottom Foundation for the purchase of supplies for the Miracle
           Gathering at the Gaslamp holiday event for homeless children and families.




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       15. Rescind the September 19, 2006 (15) allocation of $3,850 from Community
           Projects budget (org 15650) to the Paradise Valley Hospital for costs
           associated with the South Bay Partnership's "Males as Positive Forces 5"
           Conference, so the funds can be reallocated to other projects.

       16. Amend the purpose of the March 20, 2007 (13) allocation of $10,000 to the
           Child Abuse Prevention Foundation and its auxiliary, Just In Time, to
           include the purchase and distribution of gift cards for foster youth.
           Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to amend the grant agreement
           accordingly.

       17. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute a grant agreement with the
           organizations listed above 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.

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

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

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


 14.   SUBJECT:      NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                     CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODES: VARIOUS
                     DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       Pursuant to Government Code Section 87306.5, Conflict of Interest Code,
       Local Agency Review, all local agencies which have adopted a Conflict of
       Interest Code, for which your Board acts as the Code-reviewing body, have
       been advised of the requirement to review their Conflict of Interest Code.

       The Board of Supervisors serves as the Code Reviewing Body for any Local
       Government Agency, other than Cities, with jurisdiction wholly within the
       county per Government Code Section 82011. This letter is a result of the
       Biennial Review of Conflict of Interest Codes pursuant to Government Code
       Section 87306.5.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       The funding source is the Fiscal Year 2008/2009 Adopted Budget. These
       reviews require minor year costs, which may be recoverable from the State of
       California.


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       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
       Approve the Conflict of Interest Code adopted by the:
          Agriculture, Weights & Measures, San Diego County
          Air Pollution Control District, San Diego County
          Alpine Fire Protection District
          Animal Services, San Diego County
          Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk, San Diego County
          Bonsall Union School District
          Borrego Springs Fire Protection District
          Borrego Water District
          Buena Sanitation District
          Cajon Valley Union School District
          Child Support Services, San Diego County
          Chula Vista Elementary School District
          Deer Springs Fire Protection District
          East County Fire Protection District
          Encina Wastewater Authority
          Environmental Health, San Diego County
          Escondido Union High School District
          Escondido Union School District
          Fairbanks Ranch Community Services District
          Fallbrook Healthcare District
          Fallbrook Union High School District
          General Services, San Diego County
          Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District
          Grossmont Healthcare District
          Grossmont Union High School District
          Helix Water District
          Housing and Community Development, San Diego County
          Human Resources, San Diego County
          Land Use and Environment Group, San Diego County
          Lemon Grove School District
          Library, San Diego County
          Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO), San Diego County
          Lower Sweetwater Fire Protection District
          Mira Costa Community College District
          North County Dispatch Joint Powers Authority
          North County Transit District
          North County Fire Protection District
          Olivenhain Municipal Water District
          Otay Water District
          Palomar Pomerado Health System


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           Parks and Recreation, San Diego County
           Pauma Valley Community Services District
           Poway Unified School District
           Public Works, San Diego County
           Purchasing and Contracting, San Diego County
           Rainbow Municipal Water District
           Rancho Santa Fe Community Services District
           San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
           San Diego Community College District
           San Diego County Employees Retirement Association (SDCERA)
           San Diego County Public Law Library
           San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
           San Diego County Water Authority
           San Diego Unified Port District
           San Diego Workforce Partnership
           San Dieguito Union High School District
           San Miguel Consolidated Fire Protection District
           San Ysidro School District
           Santa Fe Irrigation District
           Solana Beach School District
           South Bay Irrigation District
           Southwestern Community College District
           Sweetwater Union High School District
           Tri-City Healthcare District
           Vallecitos Water District
           Valley Center Parks and Recreation District
           Vista Irrigation District
           Water Conservation Garden Authority
           Whispering Palms Community Services District
           Yuima Municipal Water District

       ACTION:
       ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board
       of Supervisors closed the Hearing and took action as recommended, on
       Consent.

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




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 15.   SUBJECT:       AMENDMENT TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE
                      PERTAINING TO THE SALARY OF THE
                      TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR
                      (DISTRICT: 1)

       OVERVIEW:
       The proposed recommendations would adjust the salary of the Treasurer/Tax
       Collector to bring the position into closer alignment with the salaries of
       countywide elected officials with similar level of responsibility in other large
       urban counties.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       If approved, the fiscal impact of the recommended increases would be
       approximately $2,035 for the remainder of Fiscal Year 08-09; $4,467 for Fiscal
       Year 09-10. These costs will be absorbed in the budgeted appropriations of the
       department. There will be no impact on the retirement system fund because the
       budgeted appropriations for these increases all will include appropriate
       contributions to the retirement system to cover these increased costs.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       SUPERVISOR COX
       1. Approve annual three percent salary increases for the Treasurer/Tax
          Collector for the balance of the term covering fiscal years 2008-09 through
          2009-10.

       2. Read title, waive further reading, and approve the introduction (first
          reading) of the following ordinance:

              AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION
              ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION FOR THE
              TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR

       3. Submit the Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption (second
          reading) on November 18, 2008.

       ACTION:
       ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board
       took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further
       Board consideration and adoption on November 18, 2008.

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




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 16.   SUBJECT:       COMPLETION OF THE EDGEMOOR SKILLED
                      NURSING FACILITY (DISTRICT: 2)

       OVERVIEW:
       On January 12, 2005 (13) and November 14, 2006 (19) the Board approved the
       sale and delivery of Certificates of Participation (COPs) through SANCAL to
       fund the construction of the new Edgemoor Skilled Nursing Facility (the
       project). When the bonds were originally issued, the financing team used
       conservative interest earning assumptions which have generated $3.4 million in
       unanticipated funding. Construction is near completion and these funds are
       available to be applied to project costs. If approved, today’s recommendations
       will appropriate these unanticipated interest earnings to the Capital Outlay
       Fund. Half of the funds will be used to close out any remaining project costs
       and the other half will be transferred to the Edgemoor Development Fund to
       assist in future activities related to the development of the 326-acre Edgemoor
       site.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Funds associated with this request are not included in the current year budget. If
       approved, this request will result in $1.7 million of additional current year costs
       for the Edgemoor project and will replace $1.7 million in Edgemoor
       Development Fund resources that had previously been intended to fund
       construction costs in the Capital Outlay Fund. The funding source is $3.4
       million in over-realized interest earnings on bond proceeds generated by
       conservative interest earnings assumptions. The $1.7 million of Edgemoor
       Development Fund resources that are being replaced will remain in the fund for
       future project related requirements. The Edgemoor Development Fund was
       established in 1979 for the use, development, and disposition of the 326-acre
       Edgemoor property. The County uses revenue from property leases and sale of
       land to assist in the planning process for the Edgemoor property and the
       financing of public facilities on the site.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
       1. Cancel appropriations of $1,700,000 and related operating transfer from the
          Edgemoor Development Fund in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital
          Project 1000235, Edgemoor Skilled Nursing Facility due to the availability
          of over-realized interest earnings from bond proceeds.

       2. Transfer appropriations of $1,700,000 in the Edgemoor Development fund
          from operating transfers out to services and supplies due to the availability
          of over-realized interest earnings from bond proceeds.




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       3. Establish appropriations of $3,400,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for
          Capital Project 1000235, Edgemoor Skilled Nursing Facility, based on
          over-realized interest earnings from bond proceeds. (4 VOTES)

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

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

 17.   SUBJECT:      GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF SCHOOL
                     FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS OF THE
                     POWAY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (DISTRICT: 2)

       OVERVIEW:
       The Poway Unified School District (the “District”) received authorization at an
       election held on November 5, 2002 by an affirmative vote of approximately 57
       percent of the votes cast by eligible voters within the district to issue not to
       exceed $198,000,000 of general obligation bonds on behalf of its School
       Facilities Improvement District No. 2002-1 (the “2002 Authorization”). On
       May 6, 2003 (11) the Board authorized the issuance of $75,000,000 School
       Facilities Improvement District No. 2002-1 of the Poway Unified School
       District (“SFID No. 2002-1”), 2002 Election, Series A general obligation
       bonds, and on May 16, 2006 (15) the Board authorized the sale of $119,300,766
       SFID No. 2002-1, 2002 Election, Series B general obligation bonds. Presently,
       $3,699,234 of the 2002 Authorization remains unissued.

       At this time, the Board of Education of the District requests the County Board
       of Supervisors to authorize the issuance of General Obligation Bonds of SFID
       No. 2002-1, 2002 Election, Series C in an aggregate principal amount not to
       exceed $3,699,234 (the “Series C Bonds”). This series of bonds would be the
       third and final series issued under the 2002 Authorization.

       Additionally, on September 16, 2008 (14) the Board authorized the issuance
       and sale of General Obligation Bonds of School Facilities Improvement District
       No. 2007-1 of the Poway Unified School District (“SFID No. 2007-1”), 2008
       Election, Series A (the “Series A Bonds”). Since that time, the District has
       prepared a Preliminary Official Statement with respect to the Series A Bonds
       and adopted District Resolution No. 17-2009, which authorizes the preparation
       and distribution of a Preliminary Official Statement (“POS”) and Final Official
       Statement (“FOS”) in relation to the Series A Bonds, and supplements District
       Resolution No. 03-2009, which authorizes the issuance of the Series A Bonds.
       The County Board of Supervisors is requested to approve a resolution
       concerning the POS and FOS (collectively, the “Offering Documents”) for the
       Series A Bonds to supplement County Resolution No. 08-201. This resolution


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       states that neither the Board of Supervisors nor any officer of the County has
       prepared or reviewed the Offering Documents, and take no responsibility for
       the contents or the distribution of these Offering Documents except for certain
       sections pertaining to the funds of the District held by the County Treasurer-
       Tax Collector. The County Treasurer-Tax Collector would be authorized and
       directed to prepare and review such information.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       The Series C Bonds and the Series A Bonds are general obligations of the
       District, on behalf of the respective School Facilities Improvement Districts
       (“Improvement Districts”) to be paid from ad valorem property taxes levied
       within the boundaries of the respective Improvement Districts, and do not
       constitute an obligation of the County.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
       1. Adopt the resolution entitled:
            RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
            COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
            AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF GENERAL
            OBLIGATION     BONDS    OF     SCHOOL     FACILITIES
            IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 2002-1 OF THE POWAY
            UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, 2002 ELECTION, SERIES C, IN
            THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED
            THREE MILLION SIX HUNDRED NINETY NINE THOUSAND
            TWO HUNDRED THIRTY-FOUR DOLLARS ($3,699,234)
            PRESCRIBING THE TERMS OF THE BONDS AND THEIR SALE;
            APPROVING FORM AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION AND
            DELIVERY OF A BOND PURCHASE CONTRACT; MAKING
            RELATED    FINDINGS  AND     DETERMINATIONS     AND
            AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF NECESSARY DOCUMENTS

       2.   Adopt the resolution entitled:
            RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
            COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
            SUPPLEMENTING COUNTY RESOLUTION NO. 08-201
            RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF GENERAL
            OBLIGATION    BONDS     OF   SCHOOL     FACILITIES
            IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 2007-1 OF THE POWAY
            UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, 2008 ELECTION, SERIES A,
            CONCERNING PREPARATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF
            PRELIMINARY OFFICIAL STATEMENT AND FINAL OFFICIAL
            STATEMENT


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       ACTION:
       ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board
       took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting:
       Resolution No. 08-228, entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF
       SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, STATE OF
       CALIFORNIA, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF
       GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF SCHOOL FACILITIES
       IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 2002-1 OF THE POWAY UNIFIED
       SCHOOL DISTRICT, 2002 ELECTION, SERIES C, IN THE AGGREGATE
       PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED THREE MILLION NINE
       HUNDRED SIXTY-SIX THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED THIRTY-FOUR
       DOLLARS ($3,699,234) PRESCRIBING THE TERMS OF THE BONDS
       AND THEIR SALE; APPROVING FORM AND AUTHORIZING
       EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A BOND PURCHASE CONTRACT;
       MAKING RELATED FINDINGS AND DETERMINATIONS AND
       AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF NECESSARY DOCUMENTS and,
       Resolution No. 08-229, entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF
       SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, STATE OF
       CALIFORNIA, SUPPLEMENTING COUNTY RESOLUTION NO. 08-201
       RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION
       BONDS OF SCHOOL FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO.
       2007-1 OF THE POWAY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, 2008 ELECTION,
       SERIES A, CONCERNING PREPARATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF
       PRELIMINARY OFFICIAL STATEMENT AND FINAL OFFICIAL
       STATEMENT.
       AYES: Cox, Slater-Price, Roberts, Horn
       ABSENT: Jacob

 18.   SUBJECT:       REIMBURSEMENT OF CERTAIN EXPENSES RELATED
                      TO THE COUNTY OPERATIONS CENTER AND ANNEX
                      REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT WITH PROCEEDS
                      FROM LEASE REVENUE BONDS (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       On April 8, 2008 (7) the Board directed the Chief Administrative Officer to
       include funding for Phase I of the County Operations Center (COC) and Annex
       Redevelopment project (Project) in the Fiscal Year 2008-10 Operational Plan,
       and directed the Chief Financial Officer to seek long-term financing through the
       San Diego Regional Building Authority (SDRBA). On June 24, 2008 (19), the
       Board took action to begin the financing activities required to allow this project
       to continue moving forward towards an October 2008 construction start date.
       On September 23, 2008 (15) the Board approved the issuance of Lease Revenue
       Bonds (LRBs) through the SDRBA for a not to exceed amount of $325,000,000
       and associated financing documents.



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       This financing was originally scheduled to price in the market during the first
       weeks of October, however the financial markets have experienced significant
       volatility due to the continued distress in the credit market which has restricted
       liquidity in the municipal market. Both short-term and long-term municipal
       bond rates have risen considerably and have resulted in the delay of most debt
       issuances which were scheduled to be brought to the market. The federal
       Troubled Asset Relief Program, signed by the President on October 3, 2008, is
       expected to bring some stability to the markets and enable bond sales to
       resume, albeit at an as yet unknown pace. Today’s recommendation to declare
       the County’s intent to reimburse certain expenditures related to the Project from
       proceeds of indebtedness will provide the County the flexibility to continue
       with the scheduled construction of the Project, while affording the County and
       its financing team flexibility to review and revise the structure and schedule of
       the issuance of the SDRBA lease revenue bonds in the most economically
       beneficial manner.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       The recommended action will not impact the construction costs of the COC and
       Annex Redevelopment Project. The proposed resolution allows the County to
       reimburse itself from bond proceeds for Project related expenditures made prior
       to the issuance of the bonds. This action will result in no additional staff years.

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
       Adopt a resolution entitled:

           DECLARATION OF OFFICIAL INTENT OF THE COUNTY OF
           SAN DIEGO TO REIMBURSE CERTAIN EXPENDITURES FROM
           PROCEEDS OF INDEBTEDNESS

       ACTION:
       ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Horn, the Board
       took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 08-230,
       entitled: DECLARATION OF OFFICIAL INTENT OF THE COUNTY OF
       SAN DIEGO TO REIMBURSE CERTAIN EXPENDITURES FROM
       PROCEEDS OF INDEBTEDNESS.

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




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 19.   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.

       FISCAL IMPACT:
       N/A

       BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
       N/A

       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
       Note and File.

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

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


 20.   SUBJECT:       CLOSED SESSION (DISTRICTS: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED
          LITIGATION
          Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (c) of Government Code
          section 54956.9: (Number of Cases – 1)

       B. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS
          (Government Code section 54956.8)
          Property: Approximate 12 acre parcel in Santee – Parcels 2 and 3 of Parcel
          Map 20177, Riverview Office Park

              Negotiating Parties:
                 County:      April Heinze, Lou Cavagnaro
                 Other:       Ryan Companies US, Inc.
           Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment



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       C. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS
          (Government Code section 54956.8)
          Property: 501 Ruffin Road, San Diego, CA 92123 and 5555 Highland
          Avenue, San Diego, CA 92123

              Negotiating Parties:
                 County:      April Heinze, Lou Cavagnaro
                 Other:       Lowe Enterprise, Inc.
           Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment

       ACTION:
       Any reportable matters will be announced on Wednesday, October 29, 2008,
       prior to the Board of Supervisors Planning and Land Use meeting.


 21.   SUBJECT:       PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS

       OVERVIEW:
       Chairman Greg Cox presented proclamations declaring October 28, 2008,
       Prosecutors’ Day throughout the County of San Diego honoring Kristin Speiler,
       Pat Espinoza, Michael Runyon and Nicole Cooper.

       Supervisor Pam Slater-Price presented a proclamation declaring
       October 28, 2008, Tom Wornham Day throughout the County of San Diego.

       Supervisor Pam Slater-Price presented a proclamation honoring Volunteer Of
       The Month – Christopher Minkoff.

       Supervisor Bill Horn presented a proclamation declaring October 28, 2008,
       Veterans Day & November 5-11, 2008, Veterans Awareness Week throughout
       the County of San Diego.

       Supervisor Bill Horn presented a proclamation declaring October 28, 2008,
       San Diego County Fire Safe Council’s Day throughout the County of San
       Diego.


 22.   SUBJECT:       PUBLIC COMMUNICATION

       OVERVIEW:
       Ray Lutz spoke to the Board concerning Registrar of Voters.

       Mark Chilson spoke to the Board concerning Child Welfare Services.

       ACTION:
       Heard, referred to the Chief Administrative Officer.


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There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 12:10 p.m. in memory of
Raymond Hugh Windsor, John DeBlanc, Leonard “Len” Servetter, and Federico Borjas.


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

Consent: Vizcarra
Discussion: Mazyck

NOTE: This Statement of Proceedings sets forth all actions taken by the County of San
Diego Board of Supervisors on the matters stated, but not necessarily the chronological
sequence in which the matters were taken up.




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