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									                           STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
                 COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                                 REGULAR MEETING
                         TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 2004, 9:00 AM
                          Board of Supervisors North Chamber
                 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 310, San Diego, California


MORNING SESSION: - Meeting was called to order at 9:02 a.m.
Present: Supervisors Dianne Jacob, Chairwoman; Pam Slater-Price, Vice Chairwoman; Greg
Cox; Ron Roberts; Bill Horn; also Thomas J. Pastuszka, Clerk.

Invocation led by Pastor Chris Lenocker of the Faith Presbyterian Church.

Pledge of Allegiance led by students who represented San Diego County at the National
History Contest in Washington D.C.: Benjamin Wagner, Allison Churchman, Erin Lehew,
Taryn Tapia, Kaitlin Lemei, Matt Wahl, Cary Mosley, Ben Wright, Emily Bohl and Julie
Gantz.

Public Communication: [No Speakers]

                                      Agenda Items

Category                 Agenda No.      Subject

Community Services       1.        HOMELESS PROGRAMS: COORDINATED
                                   RESPONSE TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
                                   HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
                                   SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM 2004 NOTICE
                                   OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY
                                   [FUNDING SOURCE(S): U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
                                   HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT’S
                                   CONTINUUM OF CARE HOMELESS ASSISTANCE
                                   PROGRAM FUNDING]

Health & Human           2.        MADDY FUND REIMBURSEMENT FOR
Services                           HOSPITALS - APPROPRIATION OF
                                   UNANTICIPATED REVENUE
                                   [FUNDING SOURCE(S): EMERGENCY MEDICAL
                                   SERVICES TRUST FUND 512501]
                                   (4 VOTES)

                         3.        2004-07 REFUGEE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
                                   PLAN
                                   [FUNDING SOURCE(S): FEDERAL OFFICE OF
                                   REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT]


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                4.   SENIOR SERVICES REVENUE AGREEMENTS FOR
                     FISCAL YEAR 2004-2005
                     [FUNDING SOURCE(S): STATE GENERAL FUND,
                     TITLES III, VII OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT,
                     AND THE FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION ON
                     AGING, FEDERAL AND STATE HICAP FUNDS,
                     TITLE V OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT, TITLE
                     XIX MEDICAID, TITLE IIA CORPORATION FOR
                     NATIONAL SERVICE, THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO,
                     AND THE COUNTY OF ORANGE]

                5.   COMPETITIVE PROCUREMENT OF SERVICES TO
                     IMPLEMENT UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
                     LEGACY CORPS / AGING & INDEPENDENCE
                     SERVICES INTERGENERATIONAL PARTNERSHIP
                     FOR HEALTH AND INDEPENDENT LIVING


                6.   CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
                     INITIATIVE AUTHORIZATION FOR EXTENSION
                     OF CONTRACTS
                     [FUNDING SOURCE(S): MENTAL HEALTH
                     REALIGNMENT; FEDERAL MENTAL HEALTH
                     SHORT-DOYLE MEDI-CAL AND STATE EPSDT]

Public Safety   7.   DISTRICT ATTORNEY – VERTICAL
                     PROSECUTION BLOCK PROGRAM GRANT
                     FUNDING
                     [FUNDING SOURCE(S): GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF
                     EMERGENCY SERVICES]

                8.   FIRST CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE:
                     ADDING ARTICLE 22, COMMENCING WITH
                     SECTION 72.400, TO THE SAN DIEGO CODE OF
                     REGULATORY ORDINANCES DECLARING THAT
                     CERTAIN PRIVATELY OWNED AND
                     MAINTAINED ROADS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO
                     THE VEHICLE CODE

                9.   SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR
                     APPROPRIATIONS BASED ON OVERREALIZED
                     REVENUE FOR JAIL STORES SERVICES
                     [FUNDING SOURCE(S): JAIL STORES, INTERNAL
                     SERVICE FUNDS, OVERREALIZED REVENUE]




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                       10.   SHERIFF’S CRIME LAB PROCUREMENT OF DNA
                             ANALYTICAL KITS
                             [FUNDING SOURCE(S): SHERIFF’S FISCAL YEAR
                             2004-2005 PROPOSED OPERATIONAL PLAN]

Financial & General    11.   NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
Government                   OFFICE OF THE TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR
                             TAX COLLECTION SERVICE FEE ORDINANCE
                             PROPOSAL

                       12.   ESCHEATMENT OF MONEY IN COUNTY TRUST
                             FUNDS

Health & Human         13.   CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT TO
Services                     COMMUNITY ACTION BOARD

Communications         14.   COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED
Received

Appointments           15.   APPOINTMENTS

Closed Session         16.   CLOSED SESSION

Financial & General    17.   ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
Government                   SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF
                             ORDINANCE: AMENDMENTS TO THE
                             COMPENSATION ORDINANCE

                       18.   LOCAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS GRANTS

                       19.   ALLOCATION OF COMMUNITY PROJECTS FUNDS

                       20.   MAKING COMMUTING EASIER ON THE
                             ENVIRONMENT

Presentations/Awards   21.   PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS




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1.       SUBJECT:          HOMELESS PROGRAMS: COORDINATED RESPONSE TO
                           THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN
                           DEVELOPMENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM 2004
                           NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         This action will authorize the Department of Housing and Community Development to
         submit an application (in partnership with participating cities and non-profit agencies) to
         the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to fund homeless services in
         San Diego County. This assistance, awarded annually on a competitive basis, fills gaps
         in the “continuum of care” system that assists homeless persons to move to self-
         sufficiency and permanent housing. The requested action will also adopt a resolution to
         develop a 10-year plan (in collaboration with the City of San Diego) to end chronic
         homelessness in San Diego County.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         The funding source is the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s
         Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Program funding. If approved, this request
         could result in up to $3.9 million in costs and offsetting revenue over a three-year
         period. These actions will require the addition of no staff years and has no impact on
         the County’s General Fund.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
         1. Authorize the Director of Housing and Community Development to submit, on
            behalf of a county consortium of agencies, a Supportive Housing Program
            application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to fund
            homeless services.

         2. Authorize the Director of Housing and Community Development, in consultation
            with County Counsel, to negotiate and execute any agreements or documents
            necessary to implement proposals that may be funded.

         3. Authorize the publication of any required “Notices to the Public of Request for the
            Release of Funds” for funded proposals; authorize the Director of Housing and
            Community Development to execute such Requests for Release of Funds following
            environmental processing.

         4. Adopt a Resolution for the development of a 10-Year Plan to End Chronic
            Homelessness, as recommended by the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness
            and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in collaboration with
            the City of San Diego.




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         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
         Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 04-117,
         entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY
         OF SAN DIEGO FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A 10 YEAR PLAN TO END
         CHRONIC HOMELESSNESS.

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


2.       SUBJECT:         MADDY FUND REIMBURSEMENT FOR HOSPITALS -
                          APPROPRIATION OF UNANTICIPATED REVENUE
                          (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         Senate Bill 12, known as the Maddy Fund, sets aside a portion of motor vehicle
         violation and traffic school fees to be paid to hospitals for unreimbursed emergency
         medical care costs. These fees are collected through the courts and deposited in the
         Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Trust Fund. For FY 2003-2004, the Health and
         Human Services Agency, Emergency Medical Services Division, appropriated $789,014
         for the hospitals. However, a recent law required changes to the manner of payment
         resulting in an increase amounting to $442,567 to be paid to the hospitals. For this
         reason, the Agency’s operational plan did not reflect the accurate amount to be paid to
         the hospitals from the EMS Trust Fund in FY 2003-2004 and FY 2004-2005. This
         request establishes current year and FY 2004-2005 appropriations in the Health and
         Human Services Agency in the amount of $442,567 each year.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this request are not included in the Health and Human Services Agency’s FY
         2003-2004 and FY 2004-2005 Operational Plans. If approved, this action will result in
         an increase in costs and revenues in FY 2003-2004 and FY 2004-2005 of $442,567 each
         year. The funding source is the Emergency Medical Services Trust Fund 512501.
         There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
         Establish appropriations in the amount of $442,567 in the Health and Human Services
         Agency for the Maddy Fund hospital service account based on unanticipated revenue
         from the Emergency Medical Services Trust Fund 512501. (4 VOTES)

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
         Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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



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3.       SUBJECT:          2004-07 REFUGEE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PLAN
                           (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         The County of San Diego is a region impacted by the resettlement of refugees making it
         eligible to receive an allocation of Federal Office of Refugee Resettlement revenue. In
         order to receive the revenue, the County must submit a Refugee Employment Services
         Plan developed in accordance with federal and State requirements and with participation
         by the community. The Board of Supervisors approved the current 2001-04 Refugee
         Employment Services Plan on April 3, 2001 (6). Board authorization is requested to
         adopt a resolution and approve a new three-year plan effective July 1, 2004 through
         June 30, 2007 (Attachments A and B) and award multiple contracts selected through a
         State procurement process for elderly refugee services.

         The purpose of the federal refugee funding is to assist newly arrived refugees to obtain
         employment and become self-sufficient. The new Refugee Employment Services Plan
         incorporates a service integration strategy that improves refugees’ access to services and
         speeds their transition to self-sufficiency.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         If approved, this request will result in no change in Fiscal Year 2003-04 costs and
         revenue, and will result in FY 2004-05 & FY 2005-06 cost and revenue of $1,344,141.
         The funding source is the Federal Office of Refugee Resettlement. There will be no
         change in net General Fund cost, and no additional staff years.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
         1. Adopt a resolution entitled “A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF
            SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO REFUGEE
            EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PLAN FISCAL YEAR 2004-05 THROUGH FISCAL
            YEAR 2006-07” approving a three year local plan, authorizing its submittal to the
            Child Care and Refugee Programs Branch, California Department of Social Services
            and authorizing submittal of revisions to the plan by the Director of the Health and
            Human Services Agency, or designee, when required by changes in funding
            amounts and/or services.

         2. In accordance with Board Policy A-87 authorize the Director, Purchasing and
            Contracting to enter into negotiations with the multiple contractors selected through
            a State procurement process for elderly refugee access services and subject to
            successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award
            multiple contracts to the selected contractors and to amend the contracts as needed
            to reflect changes to services and funding subject to the approval of the Director of
            Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirements of Board
            Policy A-87.




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         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
         Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 04-118,
         entitled: A RESOULTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY
         OF SAN DIEGO RELATING TO REFUGEE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PLAN
         FISCAL YEAR 2004-2005 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2006-2007.

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


4.       SUBJECT:          SENIOR SERVICES REVENUE AGREEMENTS FOR FISCAL
                           YEAR 2004-2005 (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         The Health and Human Services Agency’s Aging & Independence Services division
         administers programs that benefit senior citizens. On June 17, 2003 (15), the Board
         approved revenue agreements for senior programs for Fiscal Year 2003-04. The
         recommended actions in this item will authorize the annual revenue agreements for
         various programs funded by local, State, and federal sources for Fiscal Year 2004-05.
         The agreements will continue the funding for the following ongoing services: nutrition,
         information and assistance, case management, ombudsman, in-home, health promotion,
         caregiver, senior employment, and volunteer opportunities for seniors.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2004-2005 Proposed Operational
         Plan. If approved, this request will result in Fiscal Year 2004-2005 costs of
         $14,085,782, revenue of $13,669,470 and $416,312 in County General Revenue
         matching costs. The funding sources are the State General Fund, Titles III, VII of the
         Older Americans Act, and the federal Administration on Aging, Federal and State
         HICAP funds, Title V of the Older Americans Act, Title XIX Medicaid, Title IIa
         Corporation for National Service, the City of San Diego, and the County of Orange.
         There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
         1. Waive Board Policy B-29: Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts - Department
            Responsibility for Full Cost Recovery.

         2. Authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute, upon receipt, the following revenue
            agreements and memorandums:

                  Description          Agreement #            Amount          Period
               State Department of Aging:
                  Area Plan Grant      AP-0405-23           $10,062,844    7/1/04 – 6/30/05
                  HICAP                N/A                  $ 397,037      7/1/04 – 6/30/05
                  Title V              TV-0405-23           $ 604,526      7/1/04 – 6/30/05


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                  MSSP                     MS-0405-07        $ 2,167,092    7/1/04 – 6/30/05

               Corp for National Service                     $    122,777   7/1/04 – 6/30/05

               City of San Diego Nutrition                   $    243,032   7/1/04 – 6/30/05

               MOU with County of Orange                      $    72,162    7/1/04 – 6/30/05

         3. Authorize the Clerk of the Board, subject to the approval of the Director of the
            Health and Human Services Agency or her designee, to execute subsequent
            amendments and renewals to the grant awards in Recommendation 2 when those
            documents are received from the funding sources and they do not materially impact
            either the grant programs or funding level.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
         Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


5.       SUBJECT:           COMPETITIVE PROCUREMENT OF SERVICES TO
                            IMPLEMENT UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND LEGACY
                            CORPS / AGING & INDEPENDENCE SERVICES
                            INTERGENERATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR HEALTH AND
                            INDEPENDENT LIVING (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         The Health and Human Services Agency, Aging & Independence Services administers
         programs that benefit senior and disabled citizens. Intergenerational programs that link
         senior citizens with youth to provide mentorship and companionship are a key
         component of these services.

         In February 2004, the Board accepted grant funding for two years from the University
         of Maryland Center on Aging to establish sustained volunteer service capabilities for
         low to moderate income seniors, using an intergenerational approach that would expand
         community capacity to meet health and independent living needs. In addition to the
         $175,000 grant from the University of Maryland, funding for this program will also be
         available from an AmeriCorps grant from the University of Maryland, and federal
         revenue. A portion of the available funding is ongoing, and prospects are good for
         future funding from AmeriCorps and other sources to sustain the program after the
         University of Maryland grant ends.

         Aging & Independence Services has completed development of the program design, and
         is ready to move forward with program implementation. The program would team
         senior mentors with foster care youth to provide respite care to caregivers. Board
         authorization is requested to competitively procure services to implement the new


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    intergenerational program. The goal is to have teams established and respite care
    services provided throughout the county.

    The University of Maryland grant and other program revenue sources require a match of
    $159,745, of which Aging & Independence Services will provide $25,000. The selected
    contractor(s) will need to provide the $134,745 balance of the match, on a cash and/or
    in-kind basis. Although Aging & Independence Services will assist with contractor
    fundraising efforts, the match requirement may limit the number of viable providers for
    this program. Therefore, depending on the response from providers, it may not be
    possible to provide services throughout the entire county. The Board will be notified of
    the results of the procurement process if the goal of countywide services is not achieved.

    FISCAL IMPACT:
    Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2004-05 Proposed Operational
    Plan. If approved, this request will result in no current year cost and revenue, $274,088
    cost and revenue in Fiscal Year 2004-05, and $175,000 cost and revenue in Fiscal Year
    2005-06. The funding sources are the University of Maryland’s Legacy Corps for
    Health & Independent Living grant ($100,000 for FY 04-05, $75,000 for FY 05-06),
    AmeriCorps funding ($49,088 for FY 04-05), Title III-E Caregiver Program ($100,000
    for FY 04-05 and $100,000 for FY 05-06), and Title III-B funding ($25,000 for FY 04-
    05).

    The University of Maryland grant and other program revenue sources require a match of
    $76,412 in FY 04-05 and $83,333 in FY 05-06. The Health and Human Services
    Agency, Aging & Independence Services will provide $25,000 of the FY 04-05 match
    from funds included in the FY 04-05 Proposed Operational Plan. The remaining match
    for FY 04-05 and FY 05-06 will be covered by the selected contractor(s) on an in-kind
    and/or cash basis.

    There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

    RECOMMENDATION:
    CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
    In accordance with Section 401, et seq. of the County Administrative Code, authorize
    the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a competitive
    solicitation for an intergenerational program providing non-medical respite services to
    caregivers, and upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable
    price, award contract(s) for a term of one year, with three option years and up to an
    additional six months if needed, and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes
    to services and funding, subject to approval of the Director of the Health and Human
    Services Agency.

    ACTION:
    ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
    Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


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6.       SUBJECT:         CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES INITIATIVE
                          AUTHORIZATION FOR EXTENSION OF CONTRACTS
                          (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         On June 10, 2003 (7), the Board of Supervisors authorized the Director, Department of
         Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a Competitive Solicitation to consolidate three
         existing case management/wraparound contracts into a single contract under the
         Children’s Mental Health Services (CMHS) Initiative for children/youth with serious
         emotional disturbances (SED). Award of a contract has been delayed due to the filing of
         a protest per Board Policy A-97, Protest Procedures For Award of Contracts. A three-
         month extension for two of the existing three contracts is requested in order to continue
         to provide services, pending completion of the award process to a single provider.
         There is already authority to extend the third CMHS Initiative contract.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         These funds are included in the FY 2004-05 Operational Plan. If approved, this request
         will result in costs and revenues of $797,640. The funding sources are as follows:
         Mental Health Realignment; Federal Mental Health Short-Doyle Medi-Cal and State
         EPSDT. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
         1. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the
            Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations with
            Mental Health Systems – Building Effective Solutions Together (B.E.S.T.)
            (Contract No. 43209) and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a
            fair and reasonable price, to extend the contract term up to September 30, 2004,
            subject to the availability of funds; and to amend the contract as required to reflect
            changes to services and funding allocations, subject to the approval of the Director,
            Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirements of Board
            Policy A-87.

         2. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the
            Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations
            with New Alternatives – Community Intensive Treatment for Youth (C.I.T.Y.)
            (Contract No. 43213) and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a
            fair and reasonable price, to extend the contract term up to September 30, 2004,
            subject to the availability of funds; and to amend the contract as required to reflect
            changes to services and funding allocations, subject to the approval of the Director,
            Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirements of Board
            Policy A-87.




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         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
         Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


7.       SUBJECT:          DISTRICT ATTORNEY – VERTICAL PROSECUTION
                           BLOCK PROGRAM GRANT FUNDING (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         This is a request to ratify the submission of the Vertical Prosecution Block Program
         grant to the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (OES) in the amount of $342,470
         for the period July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005. There is no local match required for
         the Vertical Prosecution Program.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this request are included in District Attorney’s Fiscal Year 2004-05 Proposed
         Operational Plan. The annual costs of the program are $456,559 offset by $342,470 in
         revenue from the State of California, for a general revenue cost of $114,089. The
         funding source for this program is the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. The
         Governor’s proposed budget does not affect this funding source. This request will not
         require the addition of staff years. There is no local match required for this grant.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         DISTRICT ATTORNEY:
         1.  Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts – Department
            responsibility for cost recovery, which requires full cost recovery for grants.

         2.    Adopt RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SAN DIEGO DISTRICT
               ATTORNEY TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION FOR A VERTICAL
               PROSECUTION BLOCK PROGRAM GRANT the period July 1, 2004 through
               June 30, 2005 and authorize the execution of the attached grant documents by the
               Clerk of the Board, including any extensions or amendments thereof that do not
               materially impact or alter either the grant program or funding level.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
         Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 04-119,
         entitled: RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SAN DIEGO DISTRICT ATTORNEY
         TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION FOR A VERTICAL PROSECUTION BLOCK
         PROGRAM GRANT.

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




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8.       SUBJECT:         FIRST CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE: ADDING
                          ARTICLE 22, COMMENCING WITH SECTION 72.400, TO
                          THE SAN DIEGO CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES
                          DECLARING THAT CERTAIN PRIVATELY OWNED AND
                          MAINTAINED ROADS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE
                          VEHICLE CODE (DISTRICT: 2)

         OVERVIEW:
         On December 9, 2003 (35), your Board, at the request of Supervisor Jacob, directed the
         Chief Administrative Officer to draft an ordinance that will allow the enforcement of
         traffic regulations in the Ramona Acres community.

         Ramona Acres is a residential community linked by dirt roads that according to the
         Sheriff’s Department has seen an escalation in reckless driving and off road vehicle
         activity. Some residents have become increasingly frustrated because law enforcement
         does not have the authority to enforce the California Vehicle Code on private roads.
         With the adoption of the recommended Ordinance, the Sheriff’s Department will be able
         to enforce traffic regulations on the listed private roads.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         There is no fiscal impact associated with this recommendation and no additional staff
         years will be required to implement this Ordinance. The Sheriff’s Department currently
         patrols Ramona Acres and don’t anticipate any additional costs associated with
         implementing this ordinance.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
         Approve the introduction of the Ordinance, (first reading), read title and waive further
         reading of the following Ordinance:

               AN ORDINANCE ADDING ARTICLE 22, COMMENCING WITH SECTION
               72.400, TO THE SAN DIEGO CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES
               DECLARING RELATING TO CERTAIN PRIVATELY OWNED AND
               MAINTAINED ROADS THAT WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE VEHICLE CODE

         Submit the Ordinance for further Board consideration and adoption (second reading) on
         July 13, 2004.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
         Supervisors continued the item to July 13, 2004.

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




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9.        SUBJECT:          SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR
                            APPROPRIATIONS BASED ON OVERREALIZED REVENUE
                            FOR JAIL STORES SERVICES (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          This request is to amend the Jail Stores Fiscal Year 2003-04 spending plan and establish
          appropriations and related revenues. The Jail Stores operation provides inmates with an
          opportunity to purchase a variety of commissary style goods, to include food, snacks,
          stationery, and personal care items. In the current fiscal, year telephone calling cards
          were added as a new Jail Stores sales item. The demand for the telephone calling cards
          is greater than anticipated. Therefore, current appropriations are not sufficient to cover
          the cost of Jail Stores operations.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          There is no net cost to the County as a result of this action. Funds for this request are not
          budgeted. The funding source is Jail Stores, Internal Service Funds, overrealized
          revenue. If approved, this request will result in current year cost and revenue of
          $384,000 and will not require the addition of any staff years.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          SHERIFF:
          1. Waive Board Policy A-91, Mid-Year Budget Changes.

          2. Amend the Fiscal Year 2003-04 Internal Service Fund Spending Plan and establish
             appropriations of $384,000 in the Sheriff’s Department’s Jail Stores, Internal
             Service Fund, based on overrealized revenue.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


10.       SUBJECT:          SHERIFF’S CRIME LAB PROCUREMENT OF DNA
                            ANALYTICAL KITS (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The ability of the Sheriff’s Department Crime Laboratory to perform DNA analysis is
          crucial to criminal investigations, especially those involving homicide and sexual
          assault. The American Society of Crime Lab Directors Laboratory Accreditation
          Board’s (ASCLD-LAB) guidelines require specific equipment and materials when
          operating a DNA analysis program. The Sheriff’s Crime Laboratory is an accredited
          laboratory. The establishment of a sole provider of DNA analytical kits will make it
          possible for the crime laboratory to continue operating its DNA analysis program. This
          request is for approval of sole source procurement for DNA analytical kits from Applied
          Biosystems, Incorporated (ABI).


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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Funds for this request are budgeted. The funding source is the Sheriff’s Fiscal Year
          2004-2005 proposed Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in Fiscal
          Year 2004-2005 expenditures of $120,000 and will require the addition of no staff
          years. Subsequent years’ costs are estimated to be $120,000 annually.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          SHERIFF:
          In accordance with Board Policy A-87, competitive procurement, authorize the Director,
          Department of Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with ABI, for DNA
          analytical kits, and upon successful negotiation and determination of a fair and
          reasonable price, enter into a contract for a term of one year, with four option years and
          up to an additional six months if needed, and to amend the contract as needed to reflect
          changes to services and funding, subject to approval of the Sheriff. Waive the
          advertising requirement of A-87.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


11.       SUBJECT:          NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                            OFFICE OF THE TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR TAX
                            COLLECTION SERVICE FEE ORDINANCE PROPOSAL
                            (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          In an effort to balance costs with revenues and ensure compliance with Board Policy B-
          29, Fees, Grants and Revenue Contracts, Department Responsibility for Full Cost
          Recovery, the Office of the Treasurer-Tax Collector gathered information on the
          estimated average hours and annual intake statistics by service fee type. In addition to
          the internal fee study, the department surveyed eight counties including Butte, Imperial,
          Kern, Lake, Los Angeles, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, and Riverside to gather
          information on the types of fees being assessed by each county. This information,
          coupled with the annual calculation of standard billing rates, is the basis for establishing
          tax collection service flat fees proposed in this ordinance.

          The intent of this ordinance is to recover costs of discretionary and preventable services
          that ultimately increase the operational costs required to fund the tax collection
          program. The general service areas for which fees have been developed include
          discretionary tax collection services, services related to the annual tax sale and other
          miscellaneous discretionary services.




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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The revenue for this proposal is not budgeted in the Office of the Treasurer-Tax
          Collector’s FY 2004-2005 Operational Plan. If approved, this ordinance will result in an
          estimated $425,600 of revenue in FY 2004-2005. After a review of actual revenues
          received in FY 2004-2005, these fees will make available a similar amount of general-
          purpose revenue for reallocation to other activities in future years. If approved, this
          ordinance will result in $0 current year costs, $0 annual costs, and the addition of no
          staff years.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          In an effort to determine the impact to the business community, the office of the
          Treasurer-Tax Collector launched a public outreach campaign distributing information
          on the proposed ordinance to 297 title and escrow companies resulting in no response
          from the industry. It is anticipated that the fees contained within the proposed ordinance
          will not have a concentrated impact to any one organization or group of individuals.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR / CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          1. Adopt an Ordinance entitled:

                “AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 364.4 TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY
                ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO THE COLLECTION OF TAX
                COLLECTION SERVICE FEES”

          2. Direct that the operative date for the Ordinance be August 1, 2004.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
          Supervisors closed the Hearing and took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting
          Ordinance No. 9655 (N.S.), entitled: AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 364.4 TO
          THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO THE
          COLLECTION OF TAX COLLECTION SERVICE FEES.

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


12.       SUBJECT:          ESCHEATMENT OF MONEY IN COUNTY TRUST FUNDS
                            (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          This is a request for escheatment of specified unclaimed funds as provided for by
          California Government Code sections 50050-50053. The funds to be transferred meet
          the requirements of those sections.




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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          If approved, this request will result in $175,356.94 of fiscal 2003-2004 revenue to be
          realized by the Finance and General Government Management Reserve. Appropriation
          and use of these funds will require subsequent action by the Board of Supervisors. This
          request will require the addition of no staff years.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR:
          Direct the Auditor & Controller to transfer $175,356.94 from County Trust Funds and
          deposit in the Finance and General Government Group Management Reserve.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


13.       SUBJECT:         CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT TO COMMUNITY
                           ACTION BOARD (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The County of San Diego is the region’s designated Community Action Agency.
          Community Action Agencies administer and operate federally funded anti-poverty
          programs on the local level. The Board of Supervisors established the Community
          Action Board as the governing body for the Community Action program. In accordance
          with State law, the Community Action Board is made up of members representing three
          sectors of the community – the public sector, the private sector, and the low-income
          sector. It includes five members who represent the Board of Supervisors, seven
          members who represent economically disadvantaged persons throughout the county and
          three members who represent the private sector.

          The Community Action Board recently selected a new member to fill an expired term in
          the economically disadvantaged sector. Action by the Board of Supervisors is requested
          to confirm the appointment of the member to the Community Action Board.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          There is no fiscal impact as a result of this proposal. If approved, this recommendation
          will result in no current year costs, no annual cost, and will require the addition of no
          staff years.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Confirm the selection of the following candidate, as a member of the Community
          Action Board:
           Mouna Isaac, North Central Economically Disadvantaged Sector representative.


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          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


14.       SUBJECT:         COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED (DISTRICT: 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:
          Not Applicable.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Note and file.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


15.       SUBJECT:         APPOINTMENTS (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          These appointments are in accordance with applicable Board Policy A–74 and Board
          Policy I-1, Planning and Sponsor Group Policies and Procedures.
          FISCAL IMPACT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHAIRWOMAN JACOB:
          Appoint Janis Shackelford to fill Seat No. 5 vacated by the resignation of Richard S.
          White on the Lakeside Design Review Board, to expire June 27, 2006.




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          Appoint Dan Hyatt to fill Seat No. 1 to replace Cynthia Chapman on the Valle de Oro
          Community Planning Group, for a term to expire December 31, 2004.

          SUPERVIOSR COX:
          Appoint Katherine Ferguson to the Mental Health Board to fill a vacant position for a
          term to expire June 22, 2007.
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Appoint Sonja Fulton to the Emergency Medical Care Committee as the representative
          for the Healthcare Association of San Diego and Imperial Counties, for a term
          beginning July 1, 2004 to expire July 3, 2007.

          Re-appoint Mary Meadows-Pitt, R.N. to the Emergency Medical Care Committee as the
          alternate for the Healthcare Association of San Diego and Imperial Counties, for a term
          beginning July 1, 2004 to expire July 3, 2007.

          ACTION:
          Supervisor Jacob continuing the appointment to fill Seat No. 5 on the Lakeside Design
          Review Board to allow the Lakeside Historical Society time to reconsider the
          appointment, ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-
          Price, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


16.       SUBJECT:         CLOSED SESSION (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          A.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
              (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              The Rural Lands Initiative Committee, et al. v. Sally McPherson, et al.; San Diego
              County Superior Court No. GIC 823071

          B.     CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
                 Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code
                 section 54956.9: (Number of Potential Cases – 1)

          C.     CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
                 Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code
                 section 54956.9: (Number of Potential Cases – 1)

          ACTION:
          Any reportable matters will be announced on Wednesday, June 23, 2004, prior to the
          Board of Supervisors Planning and Land Use meeting.




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

          OVERVIEW:
          On June 15, 2004 (24), the Board of Supervisors submitted Ordinance for further
          consideration on June 22, 2004

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          Adopt an Ordinance entitled:

                 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE AND
                 ESTABLISHING AUTHORIZED CLASSIFICATIONS,
                 CHARACTERISTICS, AND COMPENSATION

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 9656,
          (N.S.), entitled: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION
          ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING AUTHORIZED CLASSIFICATIONS,
          CHARACTERISTICS, AND COMPENSATION.

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


18.       SUBJECT:         LOCAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS GRANTS (DISTRICT: 3)

          OVERVIEW:
          Funding for the Community Projects Grant program was included in the fiscal year
          2003-2004 adopted budget in order to further public purposes throughout the County.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The current year total combined cost of these 58 projects is $976,004. The funding
          source is the Community Projects Budget (org 0263). This will result in the addition of
          no staff years and no future year costs.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          VICE CHAIRWOMAN SLATER-PRICE:
          1. Transfer $41,785 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
             Diego County Department of Parks and Recreation, org. 52821 – account # 54967 to
             partially fund a joint-use S.W.E.C.O. Trail Dozer between the City of San Diego
             and the County of San Diego.




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    2. Authorize the Director of Parks and Recreation to execute the Letter Agreement
       Between the City of San Diego and the County of San Diego for Purchase and Use
       of a S.W.E.C.O. Trail Dozer, subject to County Counsel approval.

    3. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
       Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce to assist with offsetting the cost associated
       with operating the Solana Beach Visitor’s Center, and costs of printing brochures
       and upgrading the telephone system.

    4. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
       Diego Blood Bank Foundation for their annual Patriots Day Blood Drive.

    5. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
       Kiwanis Club of Lake Murray for a Street Fair and 4th of July Music Festival.

    6. Allocate $20,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
       Rancho Costal Humane Society for improvements to existing animal shelters within
       their facility.

    7. Find that the grant allocations to the Rancho Coastal Humane Society and the
       George G. Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Center are exempt from the California
       Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15301.

    8. Allocate $6,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
       Center for Community Solutions to purchase a playground shade covering, several
       outdoor benches, computer equipment, and a handicap accessible picnic table.

    9. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
       Mental Health Association in San Diego County for the continued implementation,
       training, and coordination for ongoing resource development of the Senior Peer
       Counseling Program in the North County Inland Region.

    10. Allocate $2,500 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to San
        Dieguito Alliance for a Drug Free Youth for their Latino outreach program.

    11. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Women’s History Museum for a “Women Who Dare: Shaping the Americas”
        exhibit.

    12. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Domestic Violence Council to assist in funding a teen relationship violence
        programs within District Three.




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    13. Allocate $1,500 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Combined Organization of the Visual Arts to defray the costs of printing and
        distribution of promotional materials for the 9th Annual Open Studios event.

    14. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to
        Neighborhood Healthcare for a North County Dental Task Force program by
        funding dental equipment and putting on clinics within District Three for
        underserved children.

    15. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Escondido Historical Society for the Wagon Works Shop at the Heritage Walk
        Museum.

    16. Allocate $15,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Library Association of La Jolla to assist with cost associated with their jazz series
        and summer music festival.

    17. Allocate $30,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to Mainly
        Mozart for costs associated with putting on their annual concert series.

    18. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to Regents
        of the University of California for production of print and media outreach and assist
        in the funding of two new gallery spaces.

    19. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Asian Film Festival for film screening costs associated with the Fifth Annual
        Asian Film Festival, which is open to the public.

    20. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Chamber Orchestra for their 2004-05 concert series.

    21. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Children’s Choir to assist with funding their 2004-05 concert series.

    22. Allocate $37,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Dance Theatre for the 2004 Trolley Dancers presentations.

    23. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Film Commission to assist with the cost, production, and distribution of their
        annual Resource Guide.

    24. Allocate $50,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Opera to assist in the funding of five grand opera performances, two recitals,
        and 19 educational and outreach programs.




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    25. Allocate $75,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Dieguito River Park JPA to fund wetland interpretive signs and scout/youth
        programs.

    26. Allocate $50,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Elijo Lagoon Conservancy for educational outreach within District Three.

    27. Allocate $25,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to Project
        Wildlife for the purchase of a new x-ray machine and related equipment for their
        mobile vet unit.

    28. Allocate $20,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to
        Sledgehammer Theatre to assist with costs associated with producing their 2004-05
        season.

    29. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Lamb’s Players for educational outreach programs within District Three.

    30. Allocate $15,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to Quail
        Botanical Gardens for marketing of fire-safe landscape and gardening programs.

    31. Allocate $18,600 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to George
        G. Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Center to offset the cost associated with completing
        a parking lot on property owned by the Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Centers.

    32. Allocate $25,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Mengei Museum – Escondido to assist with the development of their Sculpture
        Garden exhibit.

    33. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to Promote
        La Jolla for promotional brochures and materials.

    34. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Guild of Puppetry to offset the cost of producing two performances and to
        purchase an Audio/Visual movie projector.

    35. Allocate $20,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to Culture
        Shock to upgrade their air condition unit and to purchase office supplies, such as
        paper and print cartridges, and equipment, such as a TV and stereo system.

    36. Allocate $20,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Civic Youth Ballet to purchase costumes and a transportable Marley floor.

    37. Allocate $35,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        California Wolf Center to purchase pens and animal holding facilities.



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    38. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Ballet for educational outreach programs and costs associated with their
        2004-05 series.

    39. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Performing Arts League for publishing and distribution of “What’s Playing
        on Stage in San Diego” schedule brochure.

    40. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to City
        Ballet for educational outreach programs and costs associated with their 2004-05
        series.

    41. Allocate $2,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Escondido Arts Partnership for activities associated with “Second Saturday
        Escondido” – a monthly downtown art-walk celebration.

    42. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the La
        Jolla Chamber Music Society for educational outreach programs and costs
        associated with their 2004-05 series.

    43. Allocate $2,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the Del
        Mar Historical Society for the annual Del Mar History Week.

    44. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego Surfrider Foundation to fund their Beach Cleanup programs.

    45. Allocate $50,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Boys and Girls Club for fall, winter, and spring sporting equipment and uniforms for
        after school sports programs.

    46. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the La
        Jolla Firehouse YMCA to upgrade the firehouse for performing arts activities
        through the purchase of new chairs ($8,000) and mirrors ($2,000).

    47. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Torrey Hills YMCA for a Pee Wee Sports Field.

    48. Allocate $45,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Magdalena Ecke YMCA to purchase 4 lifeguard chair towers and 1 lap lane for their
        new aquatic center.

    49. Allocate $35,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Palomar YMCA for their Child Watch Center project.

    50. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the North
        County Health Services to purchase an EKG machine ($3,000), and other associated
        medical equipment ($2,000).



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    51. Allocate $1,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program for the printing of a public service
        brochure to coincide with the launch of “Ask4Help” program.

    52. Allocate $4,500 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to The
        Fellowship Center for to purchase household supplies in order to provide residential
        drug and alcohol services for participants of their drug and alcohol rehabilitation
        program.

    53. Allocate $25,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to Mission
        San Luis Rey for the restoration of antique oil paintings within the Mission
        ($10,000) and to purchase paint and supplies for the renovation of the Mission
        ($15,000).

    54. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the Del
        Mar Village Association for design and construction of a web site.

    55. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Greater San Diego Chamber of Commerce for costs associated with producing the
        San Diego Economic Bulletin.

    56. Transfer $35,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the San
        Diego County Department of Animal Services to assist in purchasing a MRI
        machine for the North County Animal Shelter.

    57. Allocate $20,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Sierra Club for the San Diego Canyons and Creeks Preservation Program at Reidy
        Creek, Cottonwood Creek, Rose Creek, and Shepherd Canyon.

    58. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to San
        Diego EarthWorks to build a web site for the Rose Creek Watershed and
        Conservation Resources Network projects.

    59. Allocate $15,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the
        Escondido Creek Conservancy to maintain trails in the Encinitas, Rancho Santa Fe,
        and Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve.

    60. Allocate $9,119 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to SNAP to
        update their database system and to purchase a digital copier, software, and
        printer/fax machine.

    61. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute grant agreements with these
        organizations establishing terms for receipt of the funds described above.

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




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          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


19.       SUBJECT:         ALLOCATION OF COMMUNITY PROJECTS FUNDS
                           (DISTRICT: 4)

          OVERVIEW:
          This recommended action proposes that several projects of great benefit to San Diego
          County be funded using Community Projects Funds.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The total combined cost of the proposed recommendation is $448,291. Appropriations
          are available in the Community Projects Budget unit (0264). This action will result in
          the addition of no staff years and no future costs.
          RECOMMENDATION:
          SUPERVISOR ROBERTS:
          1. Allocate $25,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to After-school
             All-Stars for office equipment and promotional costs.

          2. Allocate $6,800 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the San Diego
             Asian Film Foundation to purchase video equipment.

          3. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Arthritis
             Foundation to produce informational brochures.

          4. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to AVID for
             costs associated with the Summer Institute 2004.

          5. Transfer $15,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to Finance
             General Government Group the Clerk of the Board Project Org (19550), account
             number (52222) for historical painting restoration and framing of paintings located
             at the County Administration Center.

          6. Allocate $20,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Board of
             Supervisors Special Events Trust Fund to provide funding for a District 4 sponsored
             solar energy conference.

          7. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the
             Neighborhood House Association for costs associated with the San Diego Food
             Bank.




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    8. Allocate $25,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the San Diego
       Aerospace Museum for equipment to preserve Apollo 9 in a diorama.

    9. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the USS
       Ronald Reagan Host Committee for costs associated with the USS Ronald Reagan
       Dedication Gala.

    10. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to Lao Hmong
        Family Association for costs associated with the Annual New Years Celebration.

    11. Allocate $15,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to Committee of
        One Hundred to restore the original façade of the Administration Building in Balboa
        Park.

    12. Allocate $15,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to University of
        California San Diego Foundation for the UCSD Shiley Eye Center’s EyeMobile.

    13. Transfer $136,491 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the San
        Diego County Department of Park and Recreation Org (52800) account number
        (52550) for a park improvement fund.

    14. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute grant agreements with the
        organizations listed above establishing the terms for receipt of the funds described
        above.

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

    16. Rescind the allocation of $150,000 made on June 18, 2002 to the San Diego
        Foundation for the New Urban Vision Award. These funds are to be reallocated for
        items 1, 4, 6, and 7 through 13 above.


    ACTION:
    ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
    Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, with the following
    modifications/addition:

    Recommendation No. 5: Delete.

    Recommendation No. 6: Transfer $15,000 from the Community Projects Budget Unit
    (0264) to Finance General Government Group, Clerk of the Board Project Org (19550),
    Account Number (52222) for historical painting restoration and framing of paintings
    located at the County Administration Center.

    Recommendation No. 7: Allocate $20, 000 from the Community Projects Budget Unit
    (0264) to the Board of Supervisors Special Events Trust Fund to provide funding for a
    District 4 sponsored solar energy conference.


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          Recommendation No. 14: Transfer $136,491 from the Community Projects Budget
          Unit (0264) to the San Diego County Department of Park and Recreation Org (52800)
          Account Number (52550) for a park improvement fund.

          Additional Recommendation No. 17: Rescind the allocation of $150,000 made on June
          18, 2002 to the San Diego Foundation for the New Urban Vision Award. These funds
          are to be reallocated for items 1, 4, 6, and 7 through 13 above.

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


20.       SUBJECT:          MAKING COMMUTING EASIER ON THE ENVIRONMENT
                            (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          Today’s action will express our Board’s support for Assembly Bill 2628 (Pavley). This
          bill would permit electric hybrid vehicles to use High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV)
          facilities in the State of California regardless of the number of occupants. Following
          approval of this item, our Board will request that the San Diego Association of
          Governments take a position in favor of this bill.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          None with this action.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          SUPERVISOR ROBERTS
          1. Adopt a position of support for Assembly Bill 2628 (Pavley), and direct the Chief
             Administrative Officer to add support for this bill to the County’s legislative agenda.

          2. Direct the Fourth District Supervisor, as our Board’s representative on the San
             Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) Transportation Committee, to write
             a letter requesting that SANDAG take a position in support of AB 2628 (Pavley).

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

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


21.       SUBJECT:          PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS

          Chairwoman Jacob presented certificates to students who represented San Diego County
          at the National History Contest in Washington, D.C.




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There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 11:15 a.m. in memory of Maxine R. Wilson,
Joseph M. Conte, Willis Allen, Stan Hillery, Carol Anne Wrightson, Arturo “Jordan” Reyes, and Tom
Murray.

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

Consent: Gomez
Discussion: Hall/Fowler

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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