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					                        STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
              COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                              REGULAR MEETING
                   TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2005, 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 Pam Slater-Price, Chairwoman; Bill Horn, Vice-Chairman;
Greg Cox; Dianne Jacob; also Thomas J. Pastuszka, Clerk.
Absent: Supervisor Ron Roberts

Invocation was led by Pastor David Thomas, First Assembly of God Church in San
Ysidro.

Pledge of Allegiance was led by Aaron Goldin of the Encinitas San Dieguito High School
Academy.




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Category              Agenda No.   Subject

Financial & General   1.     OPPOSITION TO CALIFORNIA STATE SENATE
Government                   BILL 34: CHILDREN AND FAMILY HEALTH
                             PROGRAMS (FLOREZ)

Health & Human        2.     BIOTERRORISM PREPAREDNESS FUNDING
Services                     [FUNDING SOURCE(S): THE CENTERS FOR
                             DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC),
                             THE HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES
                             ADMINISTRATION (HRSA), AND THE
                             METROPOLITAN MEDICAL RESPONSE SYSTEM
                             (MMRS)]
                             (4 VOTES)

                      3.     "RAISING THE BAR" -- ACCEPTANCE OF
                             DOMESTIC VIOLENCE STRATEGIC PLANNING
                             GRANT FUNDS

                      4.     PROCUREMENT OF SERVICES TO IMPLEMENT
                             UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND LEGACY CORPS /
                             AGING AND INDEPENDENCE SERVICES
                             INTERGENERATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR
                             HEALTH AND INDEPENDENT LIVING
                             [FUNDING SOURCE(S): THE UNIVERSITY OF
                             MARYLAND’S LEGACY CORPS FOR HEALTH &
                             INDEPENDENT LIVING GRANT, AMERICORPS
                             FUNDING, TITLE III-E CAREGIVER PROGRAM,
                             AND TITLE III-B FUNDING]

                      5.     COMPETITIVE PROCUREMENT OF HOME AND
                             COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES, CAREGIVER
                             SERVICES, AND CONTINUATION OF CUSTOMER
                             SERVICE INITIATIVES
                             [FUNDING SOURCE(S): THE CALIFORNIA
                             DEPARTMENT OF AGING , COUNTY EXPENSE
                             CLAIM AND TITLE III ONE-TIME-ONLY FUNDING
                             AND NET GENERAL FUND]

                      6.     HIV/AIDS-RELATED RYAN WHITE CARE ACT
                             REVENUE AND SERVICES
                             [FUNDING SOURCE(S): FEDERAL CARE ACT
                             TITLE I AND FEDERAL CARE ACT TITLE II]

                      7.     CALWORKS (CALIFORNIA WORK OPPORTUNITY
                             AND RESPONSIBILITY TO KIDS) SERVICE
                             DELIVERY ENHANCEMENT



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Category              Agenda No.   Subject

                      8.     CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES,
                             INTENSIVE DAY TREATMENT SERVICES FOR
                             CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH SERIOUS
                             EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCES PLACED IN OUT-
                             OF-COUNTY RESIDENTIAL PLACEMENT

                      9.     NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                             HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY
                             SUNSET REVIEW OF BOARD POLICIES AND
                             COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE

Public Safety         10.    DISTRICT ATTORNEY REQUEST FOR APPROVAL
                             OF OUT OF COUNTRY TRAVEL
                             [FUNDING SOURCE(S): GENERAL PURPOSE
                             REVENUE]

                      11.    BORDER YOUTH PROJECT RENEWAL
                             AGREEMENT WITH VOLUNTEERS IN
                             PROBATION, INC.
                             [FUNDING SOURCE(S): GENERAL PURPOSE
                             REVENUES]

                      12.    SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT LAW ENFORCEMENT
                             CONTRACT AMENDMENT WITH THE IMPERIAL
                             COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
                             [FUNDING SOURCE(S): UNANTICIPATED
                             REVENUE FROM THE COUNTY OF IMPERIAL]

Financial & General   13.    LOCAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS GRANTS
Government                   [FUNDING SOURCE(S): THE COMMUNITY
                             PROJECTS BUDGET (ORG 0263)]

                      14.    CABLE TV GRANT AWARD PROGRAM
                             (4 VOTES)

                      15.    PROCUREMENT OF CONSULTING SERVICES
                             RELATED TO THE AUDIT OF POINT-OF-SALE
                             TAX REVENUE
                             [FUNDING SOURCE(S): GENERAL PURPOSE
                             REVENUES]

                      16.    VENDOR SELECTION AND FINANCING OF
                             INTEGRATED PROPERTY TAX SYSTEM
                             (4 VOTES)
                             (The Chief Administrative Officer will request that this
                             item be continued to February 9, 2005)


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Category               Agenda No.   Subject



                       17.    TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION
                              TECHNOLOGY SERVICES CONTRACT RE-
                              COMPETITION
                              (The Chief Administrative Officer will request that this
                              item be continued to February 9, 2005)

                       18.    VEHICLE LICENSE FEE (VLF) GAP LOAN
                              FINANCING PROGRAM
                              (4 VOTES)
                              (The Chief Administrative Officer will request that this
                              item be continued to February 9, 2005)

Communications         19.    COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED
Received

Appointments           20.    ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                              APPOINTMENTS

Public Safety          21.    SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR
                              APPROVAL OF OUT OF COUNTRY TRAVEL

Financial & General    22.    ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
Government                    SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF
                              ORDINANCE:
                              AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION
                              ORDINANCE

                       23.    ALLOCATION OF DISTRICT TWO COMMUNITY
                              PROJECTS FUNDING

Closed Session         24.    CLOSED SESSION

Land Use and           25.    JESS MARTIN PARK WATER PROJECT
Environment                   (4 VOTES)

Presentations/Awards   26.    PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS

Public Communication   27.    PUBLIC COMMUNICATION




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1.   SUBJECT:        OPPOSITION TO CALIFORNIA STATE SENATE BILL 34:
                     CHILDREN AND FAMILY HEALTH PROGRAMS (FLOREZ)
                     (DISTRICT: ALL)
     OVERVIEW:
     On December 14, 2004, Senator Dean Florez introduced Senate Bill 34 to amend the Children
     and Families Act of 1998, also known as Proposition 10. SB 34 seeks to amend the Children
     and Families Act to prohibit the chairperson of each commission from being a county
     supervisor or county employee.
     FISCAL IMPACT:
     There is no fiscal impact associated with these recommendations.

     RECOMMENDATION:
     CHAIRWOMAN SLATER-PRICE AND SUPERVISOR COX:
     1. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) to draft a letter for the Chairwoman’s
        signature to Senator Florez and all members of the San Diego delegation in opposition to
        Senate Bill 34.
     2. Direct the CAO to communicate this Board of Supervisors’ opposition to Senate Bill 34 to
        San Diego County’s Legislative Representative in Sacramento.
     ACTION:
     ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of Supervisors
     took action as recommended, on Consent.
     AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Horn
     ABSENT: Roberts


2.   SUBJECT:       BIOTERRORISM PREPAREDNESS FUNDING (DISTRICT: ALL)

     OVERVIEW:
     The Board of Supervisors has placed a high priority on strengthening regional preparedness for
     acts of terrorism or other disasters as reflected by prior Board actions approving priority
     projects to improve emergency preparedness. Today’s action requests Board authorization to
     accept $3,044,201 in additional bioterrorism preparedness revenue and expenditures from
     several federal funding sources. This funding includes the County’s FY 2004-05 allocation
     from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) including the Cities Readiness
     Initiative program, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and a grant
     from the Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS). This action will also establish
     appropriations and authorize Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations, and subject
     to successful negotiations, to enter into contracts with local healthcare/safety providers to
     further strengthen the County’s ability to rapidly detect and respond to an act of bioterrorism
     or other public health emergency. Today’s actions will enhance local hospital and clinic surge
     capacity, improve the County’s internal capabilities to detect diseases and alert the public, and
     will help to train community healthcare and safety providers to respond to potential threats.




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FISCAL IMPACT:
Funds for this request are not included in the FY 2004-2006 Operational Plan. If approved, this
request will result in an increase of $3,044,201 in current year cost and revenue in the Health
and Human Services Agency. The funding sources are the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) ($1,946,042), the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
($903,664), and the Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS)($194,495). There will
be no change to net General Fund costs and no additional staff years in the Health and Human
Services Agency budget.
RECOMMENDATION:
CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
1. Ratify and authorize the Chairperson of the Board of Supervisors to execute the CDC,
   HRSA and MMRS federal revenue agreements and required documents in order to accept
   bioterrorism preparedness funding allocated to the County, and to execute subsequent
   awards, extensions, amendments and revisions that do not materially impact or alter the
   revenue agreement terms or program delivery.
2. Establish appropriations of $3,044,201 in the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA)
   based on unanticipated revenue from the federal government. (4 Votes)
3. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director,
   Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations with regional
   hospitals, community clinics, the Council of Community Clinics, San Diego County
   Pharmacist Association and other healthcare and safety providers or agencies for
   bioterrorism preparedness activities funded by CDC, HRSA or MMRS revenue; and
   subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, enter
   into new contracts or amend existing contracts through June 30, 2005, with five additional
   one year option periods through June 30, 2010, and up to an additional six months if
   necessary; and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes to services and funding,
   subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the
   advertising requirement of A-87.
4.    In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director,
     Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations with E-Team, Inc.,
     the current software vendor of the Office of Emergency Services (OES), and subject to
     successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, enter into a new
     contract or amend the existing contract to purchase additional software licenses, support
     and training for HHSA, OES, hospitals and other organizations/agencies through June 30,
     2005, with five additional one year option periods through June 30, 2010, and up to an
     additional six months if necessary; and to amend the contract as needed to reflect changes
     to services and funding, subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human
     Services Agency or Office of Emergency Services. Waive the advertising requirement of
     A-87.
ACTION:
ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of Supervisors
took action as recommended, on Consent.
AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Horn
ABSENT: Roberts


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3.   SUBJECT:       "RAISING THE BAR" -- ACCEPTANCE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
                    STRATEGIC PLANNING GRANT FUNDS (DISTRICT: ALL)

     OVERVIEW:
     In August 2004, the Federal Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) offered a
     competitive grant opportunity under the Safe and Bright Futures for Children Initiative. The
     goal of the Initiative is to diminish the damaging effects of domestic violence (DV) on
     children and adolescents and to stop the cycle of abuse and intentional injury. The Initiative is
     a multi-agency collaboration with DHHS to combat violence against women and families. This
     grant opportunity encourages communities to plan for, develop, implement and sustain a
     coordinated system of prevention, intervention, treatment, and follow-through services for
     children and families who have been exposed to DV.
     The Board has a long-standing commitment to seek additional funding resources for DV
     services for children and families as evidenced by a number of Board actions in recent years.
     DHHS has selected San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) as one of
     thirty grant recipients in the nation. The Agency shall receive a two-year grant in the amount
     of $75,000 each year to implement a strategic planning and design process that yields a
     comprehensive, coordinated DV service system model for children and families. The County
     of San Diego project is entitled “Raising the Bar: Models of Excellence in San Diego DV
     Prevention and Treatment Systems for Children and Families.” As required by the grant,
     planning efforts will include a Steering Committee comprised of representatives from HHSA’s
     Office of Violence Prevention and Child Welfare Services (CWS), Superior Court, Family
     Justice Center, San Diego DV Council and community based organizations and professionals
     involved with DV.
     Board action is requested to accept the grant funding and implement the strategic planning
     process for a coordinated, comprehensive DV service system model for San Diego County.
     There is no requirement to match this grant with County funds. HHSA staff will direct the
     project and provide planning activities as well as engagement of community partners, with the
     goal of developing a final master plan for coordinated DV services. Implementation grants
     will be competitively awarded, under a separate announcement, to eight planning grantees in
     FY 2006. It is anticipated that approximately $500,000 a year for each of the three years,
     depending on availability of funds, will be awarded.

     FISCAL IMPACT:
     Appropriations and staff to support this grant are available within the Fiscal Year 2004-2005
     Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in $75,000 in unanticipated revenue and
     no additional staff years.




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     RECOMMENDATION:
     CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
     1. Waive Board Policy A-91, Mid-Year Budget Changes.
     2. Ratify and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute, upon receipt, the Office of Public
        Health and Science (OPHS) of DHHS grant revenue agreement, in the amount of $75,000
        for FY 04-05, and to execute one annual subsequent amendment, extension, or renewal
        that does not substantially change the funding level.

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


4.   SUBJECT:       PROCUREMENT OF SERVICES TO IMPLEMENT UNIVERSITY OF
                    MARYLAND LEGACY CORPS / AGING AND 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 June 2004, the Board authorized a competitive procurement 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 a $175,000 grant from the University of Maryland Center on Aging (UMCA)
     previously accepted by the Board, program funding was available from an AmeriCorps grant
     from the University of Maryland, and federal revenue. The Board was advised in June 2004
     that the competitive procurement would also require a cash or in-kind match from the selected
     contractor.
     Since then, a Request for Proposal (RFP) has been issued twice, with no proposals received
     either time. Aging & Independence Services found that there were two major challenges for
     private sector providers that kept them from responding: (1) lack of experience serving the
     unique intergenerational mix of foster youth, senior mentors and caregivers targeted by the
     program; and (2) the limited funding available for administrative costs.
      In addition to the two competitive solicitations, AIS undertook extensive outreach efforts,
     marketing the program to potential providers through a vast aging network. This includes four
     regional action networks, comprised of over 100 service organizations. As a result of these
     efforts, in January 2005 New Alternatives offered to contract with the County to implement
     the program.



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New Alternatives has extensive experience serving foster youth, and has gained experience
with intergenerational issues through intergenerational activities at the San Pasqual Academy.
Additionally, New Alternatives is prepared to commit cash and/or in-kind resources required
to carry out the UMCA program. Board authorization is therefore requested to contract with
New Alternatives to implement this innovative intergenerational program.

FISCAL IMPACT:
Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2004-05 Operational Plan. If approved,
this request will result in $274,088 current year cost and revenue 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/AIS will
provide $25,000 of the FY 04-05 match from funds included in the FY 04-05 Operational
Plan. The contractor on an in-kind and/or cash basis will cover the remaining match for FY
04-05 and FY 05-06.
There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional staff years.

RECOMMENDATION:
CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize the
Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations with New Alternatives; and
subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a
contract for an intergenerational program providing non-medical respite services to caregivers
for a term of one year, with three 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 Director of the Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising
requirement of Board Policy A-87.

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




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5.   SUBJECT:       COMPETITIVE PROCUREMENT OF HOME AND COMMUNITY-
                    BASED SERVICES, CAREGIVER SERVICES, AND CONTINUATION
                    OF CUSTOMER SERVICE INITIATIVES (DISTRICT: ALL)

     OVERVIEW:
     The Health and Human Services Agency’s Aging & Independence Services (AIS) division and
     East Region provide a variety of programs serving seniors, the disabled and low/no income
     individuals, children and families. These services include in-home support for the elderly and
     disabled, as well as assistance for caregivers who serve persons 60 years or older, and
     grandparents and other caregivers over 60 years of age who are the primary caregivers of
     minor relatives. Across all AIS and East Region programs, customer service is a priority, and
     AIS and East Region have initiatives in place to measure and enhance customer satisfaction.
     This item requests Board authorization for three competitive procurement processes: (1) a
     competitive solicitation process to identify qualified home and community-based service
     providers; (2) competitive procurement of Caregiver Support services; and (3) competitive
     procurement of services to continue existing AIS and East Region customer service initiatives.
     With Board authorization, a competitive solicitation will be issued to identify service providers
     for programs that assist homebound persons with long term care needs. This will establish a
     roster of pre-qualified vendors that provide in-home and personal assistance services for
     seniors and disabled persons receiving case management, In-Home Supportive Services,
     Mental Health Senior Team and Adult Protective Services.
     The competitive solicitation for Caregiver Support services will include information to
     caregivers about available services; assistance to caregivers in gaining access to supportive
     services; individual counseling, organization of support groups, and caregiver trainings; respite
     care; and supplemental services to complement the care provided by the caregiver.
     The competitive solicitation to continue customer satisfaction initiatives for both AIS and East
     Region will support ongoing customer satisfaction surveys, as well as wide dissemination of
     information regarding the variety of programs and services available through AIS and East
     Region.

     FISCAL IMPACT:
     Funds for the Home and Community–Based Services Program, Caregiver Support services,
     and customer satisfaction initiatives are included in the Health and Human Services Agency
     Fiscal Year 2004-05 and 2005-06 Operational Plans. The funding sources are the California
     Department of Aging ($2,150,000), County Expense Claim ($30,000) and Title III ($50,000)
     one-time-only funding and Net General Fund Cost ($20,000). If approved, this request will
     result in estimated FY 2004-05 costs and revenues of $2,250,000 and FY 2005-06 costs and
     revenue of $2,150,000. There will be no change in net General Fund cost and no additional
     staff years.

     RECOMMENDATION:
     CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
     1. 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 firms to acquire in-home and personal assistance services for seniors and


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   disabled persons receiving case management and other services through the following
   County managed programs: a) Multipurpose Senior Services b) Linkages c) In-Home
   Supportive Services d) Home Assist and Management of Assessment of Social and Health
   Needs f) Mental Health Senior Team g) Adult Protective Services; and add new firms 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 firms 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 four years, from July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2009,
   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.
2. In accordance with Section 401 et seq. of the County Administrative Code, authorize the
   Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to issue a competitive solicitation, subject to
   successful negotiations with qualified offerors and determination of fair and reasonable
   pricing, award a contract or contracts for Caregiver Support services, including Media
   Outreach, Respite Care, Day Care, Support Group Counseling and Case Management,
   Grandparent Programs, In-Home Support, Legal Assistance for Caregivers, Training,
   Program Evaluation and other innovative projects for family caregiver support services, for
   one year through June 30, 2006, with an option to extend for three additional years, and up
   to 6 additional months if needed; and, to amend the contract(s) as required for changes to
   funding and services subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human Services
   Agency.
3. In accordance with Section 401, et seq. of the County Administrative Code, authorize the
   Director, Purchasing and Contracting to issue a competitive solicitation for continuing
   customer service satisfaction surveying and monitoring for Aging & Independence
   Services and Health and Human Services Agency’s East Region; and upon completion of
   successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a one-year
   contract starting May 1, 2005 through April 30, 2006 with three additional one-year
   options, and up to an additional six months if needed; and, to amend the contract to reflect
   changes in funding or service requirements, subject to approval of the Director, Health and
   Human Services Agency.

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




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6.   SUBJECT:       HIV/AIDS-RELATED RYAN WHITE CARE ACT REVENUE AND
                    SERVICES (DISTRICT: ALL)

     OVERVIEW:
     The County has provided HIV care and treatment services to persons with HIV and AIDS
     disease for the past fourteen years. These services are annually funded by multiple revenue
     sources, including the federal Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resource Emergency
     (CARE) Act Title I and Title II, through the Federal Health Resources and Services
     Administration.
     The County receives Ryan White CARE Act funding for essential services such as primary
     care, case management and other support services for HIV/AIDS-impacted persons. On
     September 21, 2004 (3), the Board authorized staff to submit applications for the fifteenth year
     of Title I funding for the period of March 1, 2005 through February 28, 2006, and for the
     fifteenth year of Title II funding for the period of April 1, 2005 through March 31, 2006. The
     application was submitted on November 9, 2004, with award still pending. Board approval is
     requested to accept the Year 15 Title I grant amount of up to $11,316,577 and the Title II
     amount of up to $952,953, totaling $12,269,530.
     Most of the services are provided through contracts with community-based providers, and
     many are a result of competitive procurements authorized by the Board on September 12, 2000
     (18) and July 31, 2001 (5). Most of the contracts are entering their final option years and will
     expire on February 28, 2006. Authority to conduct competitive procurement for these services
     is requested, with new contracts to be effective March 1, 2006.
     Part of the procurement plan is to issue two Requests for Information, in order to determine if
     there is more than one qualified entity interested in supplying either of two specialized
     services, HIV legal services and services for hemophiliacs. Board authority is requested to
     authorize negotiation of two sole source contracts should there be only one interested provider
     for each of the services resulting from the Requests for Information. If more than one
     qualified entity expresses interest for either of the services, Board authority is requested to
     proceed with Request for Proposals to provide for that service.

     FISCAL IMPACT:
     The Fiscal Year 2004-06 Operational Plan includes costs and revenue of $10,830,998 for this
     proposal. The funding sources are federal CARE Act Title I ($10,022,733) and federal CARE
     Act Title II ($808,265). Actual award amounts could be up to $11,316,577 for Title I and
     $952,953 for Title II. Depending on the final amount of funding for Title I and Title II,
     increased appropriations for both may be necessary and staff will seek Board approval to
     accept those funds at a later date. 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
        Cost Recovery.




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2. Accept up to $11,316,577 in Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act
   Title I Year 15 revenue to provide HIV-related services to persons with HIV/AIDS for the
   period of March 1, 2005 through February 28, 2006.
3. Accept up to $952,953 in Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resource Emergency Act
   Title II Year 15 revenue to provide HIV-related services to persons with HIV/AIDS for the
   period of April 1, 2005 through March 31, 2006.
4. Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to execute, upon receipt, a
   revenue agreement with the State of California in an amount up to $952,953 for Ryan
   White CARE Act Title II funding to provide HIV-related support services to persons with
   HIV/AIDS for the period of April 1, 2005 through March 31, 2006, to sign any required
   State Certifications, and execute subsequent amendments, extensions and renewals of the
   State revenue contract that do not materially impact or alter the program or funding level.
5. In accordance with Section 401, et seq of the County Administrative Code, authorize the
   Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to issue Competitive Solicitations for
   federal Ryan White CARE Act funded services as follows: Medical and Dental Specialty
   Services; Emergency Medication Services; Case Management/Peer Advocacy Services;
   Emergency Housing; Mental Health Services; Transportation Services; Outreach Services;
   Emergency Financial Assistance; and Home Health/Home Hospice Services. Upon
   successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award contracts
   for terms of one year with four renewal option years for the period of March 1, 2006
   through February 28, 2011 and up to an additional six months, if necessary, pending
   availability of funds, and to amend the contracts as needed to reflect changes in services
   funding, subject to approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency.
6. In accordance with Section 401, et seq of the County Administrative Code, authorize the
   Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to initiate a competitive solicitation to
   procure Legal Services and Comprehensive Services for People with Hemophilia through a
   Competitive Solicitation; if, through an RFI process, there is more than one respondent a
   competitive solicitation will be issued, however if there is only one respondent to any of
   the services, authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to enter
   into negotiations with the respondent for Legal Services and/or Comprehensive Services
   for People with Hemophilia; and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a
   fair and reasonable price, award contracts for terms of one year with four renewal option
   years for the period of March 1, 2006 through February 28, 2011, and up to an additional
   six months if necessary, pending availability of funds; and to amend the contract as
   required for changes that do not materially impact or alter the program or funding level,
   subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency.

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



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7.   SUBJECT:      CALWORKS (CALIFORNIA WORK OPPORTUNITY AND
                   RESPONSIBILITY TO KIDS) SERVICE DELIVERY ENHANCEMENT
                   (DISTRICT: ALL)

     OVERVIEW:
     In local welfare reform efforts, the County of San Diego has implemented innovative strategies
     to move CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) recipients
     from dependency to self-sufficiency.
     The focus of the County’s CalWORKs program is for recipients to achieve self-sufficiency
     through employment. However, some disabled clients are not able to be in the workforce. To
     assist eligible recipients to improve their economic status, benefiting their families and the
     community as a whole, Board authorization is requested to pilot an expansion of existing
     Supplemental Security Income (SSI) advocacy services to CalWORKs recipients who are
     deemed unemployable. This would be accomplished by amending an existing contract with
     the County’s SSI advocacy services provider.
     Additionally, Board action is requested to advance two CalWORKs information technology
     initiatives: CalWIN and CalWORKS Web Application. Outside expertise is needed to assist
     staff with business process transition activities that are essential for the successful
     implementation of a new welfare data and benefit issuance system (CalWIN). Specialized
     services are also needed to develop the CalWORKs Web Application, which will complement
     CalWIN by facilitating data access for County contractors serving CalWORKs clients.

     RECOMMENDATION:
     CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
     1. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize
        the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations with Legal Aid Society
        of San Diego, Inc. to amend Contract No. 505267, to provide SSI advocacy services for
        CalWORKs recipients, and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair
        and reasonable price, execute the amendment for services through December 31, 2005,
        with two option years and to amend the contract as required to reflect changes in service
        requirements, costs or funding amounts, subject to approval of the Director, Health and
        Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87.
     2. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize
        the Director, Purchasing and Contracting, to enter into negotiations with Deloitte
        Consulting LLP to provide business process transition services, and subject to successful
        negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, execute a contract for
        services through January 13, 2006, with an option to extend up to an additional six months
        if needed, and to amend the contract as required to reflect changes in service requirements,
        costs or funding amounts, subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human
        Services Agency. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87.




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     3. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize
        an increase in amount to $3,500,000 to Contract 31005-E for County of San Diego specific
        Separate Service enhancements or to accommodate funding changes; authorize the Clerk
        of the Board of Supervisors to execute any amendments or other documents necessary to
        implement County specific Separate Service enhancements, subject to the approval of the
        Director, Health and Human Services Agency.

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


8.   SUBJECT:       CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, INTENSIVE DAY
                    TREATMENT SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH
                    SERIOUS EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCES PLACED IN OUT-OF-
                    COUNTY RESIDENTIAL PLACEMENT (DISTRICT: ALL)

     OVERVIEW:
     On September 19, 2000 (2), the Board approved the authorization for Health and Human
     Services Agency (HHSA) to contract for residential and mental health services with licensed
     out-of-county residential providers on the County’s AFDC-FC approved Children’s
     Institutions list.
     Presently 26 children/youth with serious emotional disturbances (SED) are placed in four out-
     of-county residential facilities in California operated by Victor Treatment Centers, Inc. (VTC).
     North Valley Schools (NVS), under a sub-contract with VTC, is the mental health intensive
     day treatment service provider.
     Approval is requested authorizing staff to negotiate a contract directly with North Valley
     Schools, Inc. to provide these mental health intensive day treatment services for those children
     who are placed in Victor Treatment Centers, Inc. residential facilities. Contracting directly
     with NVS will allow the County to utilize Medi-Cal revenues under State guidelines, which
     prohibit sub-contracting, and provide the County direct oversight of the intensive day
     treatment program.

     FISCAL IMPACT:
     Appropriations for these services in the amount of $1,081,600 are included in the Fiscal Year
     2004-2005 Operational Plan with a funding source being General Purpose Revenues. If
     approved this proposal would result in approximately 90% of the cost being offset by Medi-
     Cal. Estimated savings in the current year total $270,400 dollars. Subsequent year costs are
     $1,081,600 with a revenue offset of $976,144 from Medi-Cal and the remainder from General
     Purpose Revenues. There will be a decrease in General Net Cost of $976,144 and no impact in
     staff years.




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     RECOMMENDATION:
     CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
     In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director,
     Department of Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with North Valley
     Schools, Inc. and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable
     price, award a contract for day treatment services for an initial term through June 30, 2005 and
     for four (4) option years, and an additional six months if needed, subject to the availability of
     funds, and to amend the contract as needed to reflect changes to services and funding, subject
     to the approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising
     requirement of Board Policy A-87.

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


9.   SUBJECT:       NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                    HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY SUNSET REVIEW OF
                    BOARD POLICIES AND COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
                    (DISTRICT: ALL)

     OVERVIEW:
     In accordance with Board Policy A-76, Sunset Review Process, the Health and Human
     Services Agency periodically reviews certain Board policies and the County Administrative
     Code provisions that pertain to the Agency to ensure that obsolete policies and provisions are
     deleted and the remaining policies and code provisions reflect current Board standards and
     directives.
     Based on the Sunset Review Process, Agency staff has reviewed and Board approval is
     requested for recommended revisions to Board Policy A-133 (Provide Guidelines for Staff
     Levels in the Health and Human Services Agency) and County Administrative Code Articles
     XV-B (Health and Human Services Charges and Fees) and XV-C (General Relief Program).
     Among the changes is a proposed increase to ambulance fees in County Service Areas 17 and
     69; with the remaining changes being technical in nature, including correction of typographical
     errors and clarifying language to strengthen policy and reflect current Board position.
     FISCAL IMPACT:
     Revenues from the fee change request are not included in the FY 2004-2006 County Service
     Areas (CSA) Operational Plans. If approved, this request will result in no change to current
     year or subsequent year costs and an increase of $50,000 in current year revenue and $215,000
     in subsequent years' revenue. The fee increase will preserve the taxes and assessments paid by
     the residents of the CSAs for use by those residents. There will be no increase in net General
     Fund cost and no additional staff years.



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      RECOMMENDATION:
      CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
      1. Waive Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts – Department Responsibility
         for Cost Recovery.
      2.   Accept and approve amendments to Board of Supervisors Policy A-133 - Provide
           Guidelines for Staff Levels in the Health and Human Services Agency.
      3.   Approve the adoption of Ordinance, read title, and waive further reading of the ordinance
           entitled: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY
           ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
           CHARGES AND FEES AND THE GENERAL RELIEF PROGRAM.

      ACTION:
      ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of Supervisors
      closed the Hearing and took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No.
      9704 (N.S.) entitled: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS OF THE SAN DIEGO
      COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RELATING TO HEALTH AND HUMAN
      SERVICES CHARGES AND FEES AND THE GENERAL RELIEF PROGRAM.
      AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Horn
      ABSENT: Roberts

10.   SUBJECT:       DISTRICT ATTORNEY REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF OUT OF
                     COUNTRY TRAVEL (DISTRICT: ALL)
      OVERVIEW:
      In accordance with Board of Supervisors Policy D-7, this is a request for two separate out-of-
      country travel recommendations. One request is for one (1) Deputy District Attorney and one
      (1) District Attorney Investigator to travel to San Salvador, El Salvador, to attend the
      International Gang Enforcement Conference given by the National Civil Police of El Salvador
      to be held from February 21 – 24, 2005. The other request is for one (1) International Case
      Coordinator to travel to Mexico City, Mexico to present at two conferences on international
      criminal cooperation and extraditions at Anahuac University and to the National Association
      of Business Attorneys for the period February 16 – 18, 2005.

      FISCAL IMPACT:
      Funds for this request are budgeted. The funding source is general purpose revenue. If
      approved, this request will result in approximately $3,074 current year costs, no annual costs,
      and will require the addition of zero staff years. No overtime costs will be incurred as a result
      of these trips.

      RECOMMENDATION:
      DISTRICT ATTORNEY
      1.  Approve travel to San Salvador, El Salvador, for one (1) Deputy District Attorney and
          one (1) District Attorney Investigator to attend the International Gang Enforcement
          Conference given by the National Civil Police of El Salvador to be held from February
          21 – 24, 2005.



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      2.      Approve travel to Mexico City, Mexico for one International Case Coordinator for the
              period February 16 – 18, 2005.

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


11.   SUBJECT:        BORDER YOUTH PROJECT RENEWAL AGREEMENT WITH
                      VOLUNTEERS IN PROBATION, INC. (DISTRICT: ALL)

      OVERVIEW:
      This is a request to approve renewal of an agreement with Volunteers in Probation, Inc. (VIP),
      for the operation of the Border Youth Project for Fiscal Year 2004-2005 through Fiscal Year
      2009-2010. On March 1, 1988 (84), the Board of Supervisors authorized an initial agreement
      with VIP for the operation of the Border Youth Project. Subsequent agreements with VIP
      were authorized by the Board on June 13, 1989 (4), June 12, 1990 (33) and June 18, 1991 (26),
      due to contract modifications. The Border Youth Project facilitates the return of Mexican
      juvenile offenders, who are in this country illegally, to the appropriate Mexican governmental
      authorities, thus decreasing overcrowding at Juvenile Hall and the juvenile camps and
      reducing pressure on the Juvenile Court system.

      FISCAL IMPACT:
      Funds for this request are included in the Probation Department’s Fiscal Year 2004-2005
      Operational Plan. The funding source is General Purpose Revenues. If approved, this request
      will result in $35,000 current year cost, $35,000 annual cost, and will require no additional
      staff years.
      RECOMMENDATION:
      CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
      In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, approve and authorize the
      Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with Volunteers
      in Probation, Inc., and subject to successful negotiations and determination of a fair and
      reasonable price, award a contract for operation of the Border Youth Project from July 1, 2004
      through June 30, 2010, and to amend the contract as needed to reflect changes to services and
      funding, not to exceed budget appropriations, subject to the approval of the Chief Probation
      Officer. Waive the advertising requirement of Board Policy A-87.

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




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12.   SUBJECT:       SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTRACT
                     AMENDMENT WITH THE IMPERIAL COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
                     (DISTRICT: ALL)

      OVERVIEW:
      The Sheriff’s Department is requesting approval of an amendment to the annual contract for
      law enforcement services between the San Diego Sheriff’s Department (SDSD) and the
      Imperial County Sheriff’s Office (ICSO).
      On October 26, 2004 (10), the Board approved this contract for $108,578 in over-realized
      revenue from the provision of law enforcement support for the County of Imperial during the
      major holiday weekends of Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Presidents’ Day in and around the
      Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Areas. Since then, the County of Imperial has requested
      additional support on Thanksgiving and Presidents’ Day altering the costs of the contract by an
      additional $47,214 for a total amended contract cost of $155,792.
      The County of Imperial has approved funding for this contract for the dates of October 29-30
      and November 25-27, 2004, and February 18-19, 2005.

      FISCAL IMPACT:
      Sheriff: Funds for this request are not budgeted. The funding source is unanticipated revenue
      from the County of Imperial. If approved, this request will result in over-realized revenue of
      $40,805. No appropriations are requested at this time. Operating costs associated with this
      contract will be expended out of existing appropriations. If approved, this request will require
      the addition of zero staff years.
      Fleet Internal Service Fund: Funds for this request are not budgeted. No additional
      appropriations are requested. This program uses vehicles currently in the Internal Service
      Fund (ISF) and appropriations for ISF costs are included in the Fiscal Year 2004-05 budget.
      The estimated cost for use of these vehicles is $6,409.

      RECOMMENDATION:
      SHERIFF
      1. Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to accept and execute, upon receipt, the
         amended Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the SDSD and the ICSO for
         the dates of October 29-30 and November 25-27, 2004 and February 18-19, 2005.
      2.   Authorize the Sheriff to execute any extensions, amendments, and/or revisions thereof
           that do not materially impact or alter either the program or funding level.

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




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

      OVERVIEW:
      Funding for the Community Projects Grant program was included in the fiscal year 2004-2005
      adopted budget in order to further public purposes throughout the County.

      FISCAL IMPACT:
      The current year total combined cost of this project is $5,000. 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:
      CHAIRWOMAN SLATER-PRICE:
      1. Allocate $5,000 from the Community Projects Grant Budget (org 0263) to the Del Mar
         Friends of the Powerhouse for their annual “Friends of the Powerhouse Dinner/Dance”
         fundraising event.
      2. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute a grant agreement with this organization
         establishing terms for receipt of the funds described above.
      3. Find that the grants described above has a public purpose.

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

14.   SUBJECT:       CABLE TV GRANT AWARD PROGRAM (DISTRICT: ALL)

      OVERVIEW:
      The County of San Diego Cable Television & Telecommunications Review Commission
      proudly recommends for consideration by the Board of Supervisors results of the annual Cable
      TV Grant Award Program. The Commission sponsors this annual competition to encourage
      the development of cable programs that highlight the County's Strategic Initiatives: children,
      environment, and safe and livable communities. The Commission also seeks to fund projects
      that reflect the cultural diversity of San Diego County.
      Approval of these recommendations will award five cable television grants of $10,000 each to
      nonprofit organizations willing to partner with County departments or agencies to produce
      professional, half-hour video programs to be shown on the County Television Network (CTN).
      The five programs all support one or more of the County's three Strategic Initiatives: safe and
      livable communities, children, and the environment.

      FISCAL IMPACT:
      Appropriations for the five awards must be established and funds transferred from the CATV
      Interest Fund (No. 12850). If approved, the request will result in $50,000 current year cost
      and require no staff years.


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      RECOMMENDATION:
      CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
      1. Approve the award of a $10,000 grant to fund each of the following five programs:
             a. Breaking Cycles (Juvenile Crime Prevention Programs); Probation Department and
                Volunteers in Probation.
             b. Fostering Hope (Foster Care Program); HHSA and South Bay Community
                Services
             c. Bright Ideas for Saving Energy at Home and Work; Department of General
                Services and San Diego Regional Energy Office
             d. Wise Prescription Choices for Seniors; AIS and SDSU Foundation
             e. San Diego River Documentary; Department of Parks and Recreation and
                Department of Public Works
      2. Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to execute the necessary
         Grant Award Agreements.
      3. Establish appropriations of $50,000 in the CATV Interest Fund for an operating transfer to
         Media and Public Relations, based on fund balance available. (4 VOTES)
      4. Establish appropriations of $50,000 in Media and Public Relations for the Grant Awards
         Program, based on an operating transfer from the CATV Interest Fund. (4 VOTES)

      ACTION:
      Revising Recommendation 1.e. to read, “San Diego River Documentary; Department of Parks
      and Recreation, Department of Public Works, and the San Diego River Park Foundation”; ON
      MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of Supervisors took
      action as recommended, on Consent.
      AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Horn
      ABSENT: Roberts


15.   SUBJECT:       PROCUREMENT OF CONSULTING SERVICES RELATED TO THE
                     AUDIT OF POINT-OF-SALE TAX REVENUE
                     (DISTRICT: ALL)

      OVERVIEW:
      This is a request for the issuance of a competitive solicitation to obtain consulting services to
      ensure that point-of-sale tax revenue is properly allocated to the County. A three-year contract
      with two one-year extension options is requested.

      FISCAL IMPACT:
      Funds for this request are included in the Countywide General Expense program. The funding
      source is General Purpose Revenues. The selected contractor is expected to receive
      compensation as a percentage of the increased revenues generated by the consulting services.
      If this request is approved, there will be no added costs to the County’s FY 2004-05 General


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      Fund Budget. Based on the previous three years’ activity, it is anticipated that the consulting
      services will generate approximately $650,000 annually with projected annual expenses of
      $97,500.

      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
      procurement of consulting services related to the Audit of Point-of-Sale Tax Revenue, and
      upon successful negotiations and determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract
      for the term of 3 years, with 2 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 Chief Financial Officer.

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


16.   SUBJECT:       VENDOR SELECTION AND FINANCING OF INTEGRATED
                     PROPERTY TAX SYSTEM (DISTRICT: ALL)

      OVERVIEW:
      On February 24, 2004 (20), the Board of Supervisors authorized a series of actions to replace
      an aging property tax system with a state of the art Integrated Property Tax System
      (IPTS), necessary for maintaining the highest standards of fiscal stability and service to the
      public. The County Technology Office has endeavored, with the support of
      the Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk, the Treasurer-Tax Collector and the Chief Financial
      Officer, to obtain an IPTS. The Department of Purchasing and Contracting has issued a
      Request for Proposals, and negotiated with qualified companies to finalize a contract for the
      design, development, and implementation of an IPTS. The Board of Supervisors has also
      authorized the Chief Financial Officer to seek financing of this new tax system through the
      capital-financing program sponsored by the San Diego County Capital Asset Leasing
      Corporation (SANCAL). The Chief Financial Officer was further authorized to select the
      property to be subject to the financing lease as collateral.
      Negotiations were completed in the fall of 2004. However, the award of a contract has been
      delayed due to the filing of a protest in accordance with Board Policy A-97. Board approval is
      now sought both to award the contract to Bearing Point Corporation and to complete the
      financing for the IPTS.
      Subsequent to the Board authorizing debt financing for this project through SANCAL, an
      opportunity has arisen to use one-time funds to finance the project. These one-time funds
      would come from securitizing the repayment by the State of the Vehicle License Fee (VLF)
      Gap Loan (the “VLF Receivable”) which is owed to the County by August 15, 2006. In a
      separate item on today’s agenda, the Board is requested to approve securitizing the VLF


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Receivable of approximately $60 million and using approximately $33 million of the proceeds
to pay for the IPTS. The Board is further requested to approve the use of available fund
balance as the basis for establishing appropriations for the project until such time as the
proceeds from the securitization are received.    Should the Board not approve the VLF
Securitization proposal or should the minimum sales price of the VLF Receivable not be
achieved, staff will return in May with the documents necessary for issuing certificates of
participation (COPs) as originally planned.

FISCAL IMPACT:
The total project cost for the IPTS is approximately $37 million. Approximately $33 million
of the project will be financed through the sale of the VLF Receivable. This amount includes
approximately $32 million to be paid to the vendor as well as an estimated amount for
independent verification and validation of the system upon completion. The remaining $4
million cannot be covered by the proceeds of tax-exempt financing and includes a contingency
set aside and project team support costs. These latter costs will be funded from management
reserves in the Finance and General Government Group. Interim funding until the proceeds of
the sale are realized will be available general fund balance. This proposal does not require
additional County staff.

RECOMMENDATION:
ASSESSOR / RECORDER / COUNTY CLERK, TREASURER / TAX COLLECTOR,
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
1. In accordance with Section 401 of the County Administrative Code, authorize the Director,
   Department of Purchasing and Contracting to award a contract to Bearing Point
   Corporation for the design, development, and implementation of an Integrated Property
   Tax System and to amend the contract as needed to reflect changes to system requirements
   and funding, subject to the approval of the Chief Information Officer.
2. Cancel the Property Tax fund balance designation of $10.4 million.
3. Establish appropriations of $33.2 million in the Finance and General Government Group
   Executive Office for the Integrated Property Tax System based on available fund balance
   in the General Fund. (4 VOTES)
4. Authorize the Auditor and Controller to substitute revenue from the proceeds of the sale of
   the VLF Receivable or the COPs once received for the fund balance used as the interim
   funding source for the project.
5. Adopt the resolution “PROVIDING FOR THE DECLARATION OF OFFICIAL INTENT
   OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TO REIMBURSE CERTAIN EXPENDITURES
   FROM PROCEEDS OF INDEBTEDNESS”.
ACTION:
ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board continued this
item to February 9, 2005, at the request of the Chief Administrative Officer, on Consent.
AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Horn
ABSENT: Roberts




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17.    SUBJECT:       TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                      SERVICES CONTRACT RE-COMPETITION (DISTRICT: ALL)

       OVERVIEW:
       The County of San Diego has become highly regarded nation-wide for innovation in service
       delivery, program effectiveness, concern for customer satisfaction, cost-conscious
       management, and fiscal discipline exhibited throughout the organization. A key enabler of this
       success was the outsourcing of Telecommunications and Information Technology Services in
       December 1999. Since then, the County of San Diego has been able to significantly improve
       service delivery across the County. Our goal remains to provide our customers and the
       employees that serve them with a reliable, integrated network, standardized desktop hardware,
       modern business software, and Information Technology resources designed to achieve
       communication and business efficiency.
       The term of the County’s current contract with Computer Sciences Corporation and the
       Pennant Alliance expires on December 31, 2006, and provides provisions to extend the
       contract through 2009. However pricing for these three option years has not been established.
       The proposed recommendation to issue a Request for Proposals, if approved, will solicit input
       from the entire technology industry, with the goal of enhancing our public/private partnership
       in the delivery of Telecommunications and Information Technology Services in a cost
       effective manner.
       FISCAL IMPACT:
       Appropriations are available for this project in the Fiscal Year 2004/2005 budget and no
       additional costs are anticipated at this time.

       BUSINESS IMPACT IMPACT:
       The proposed action will have a positive impact on the business community by continuing to
       make contract opportunities available to the private sector. The issuance of an RFI will allow
       adequate time for the business community to participate in the process early and encourage
       maximum interaction with County personnel during the process.
       RECOMMENDATION:
       CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
      1.  In accordance with Section 401 et seq, of the County Administrative Code, authorize the
          Director, Purchasing & Contracting, to issue competitive solicitations by (a) soliciting and
          responding to industry’s comments on the project through a Request for Information
          (RFI), then (b) identifying qualified vendors through a Request for Statements of
          Qualification (RFSQ) process, and thereafter (c) issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) to
          those potential prime contractors found qualified. Upon successful negotiations and
          determination of a fair and reasonable price, the Chief Administrative Officer will return
          to the Board of Supervisors with recommendations on award of contract(s) for the
          provision of Information Technology and Telecommunications Services.
      2.     In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the Director
             of Purchasing and Contracting to extend the termination date of the County’s existing
             contract with the Gartner Group from June 30, 2005 through the award of the new IT
             outsourcing contract and completion of initial transition activities, a period of
             approximately one year.


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      ACTION:
      ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board continued this
      item to February 9, 2005, at the request of the Chief Administrative Officer, on Consent.
      AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Horn
      ABSENT: Roberts


18.   SUBJECT:      VEHICLE LICENSE FEE (VLF) GAP LOAN FINANCING PROGRAM
                    (DISTRICT: ALL)

      OVERVIEW:
      During Fiscal Year 2003-04, the County experienced a loss of Vehicle License Fee (VLF)
      revenue for a three-month period due to the State’s action of rescinding payments from their
      general fund. As part of the agreement that was reached between the State and local
      governments and codified in SB 1096, this VLF revenue loss became an involuntary loan (“the
      VLF Gap Loan”) from local governments to be paid back by the State. Under Section
      10754.11 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code (the “VLF Law”), the State Controller
      is required to make a one-time payment on or before August 15, 2006 (Fiscal Year 2006-07) to
      local governments to compensate for the suspension of VLF payments during Fiscal Year
      2003-04 (the “VLF Receivable”). The amount to be repaid to the County as a result of that
      suspension is approximately $60 million. Payment by the State Controller to the County of this
      amount depends on various factors and no assurance is made that the State Controller will
      transfer all or a portion of the amounts required under the VLF Law by the scheduled date.
      An additional feature of SB 1096 was that it granted local governments the authority to
      securitize the VLF Receivable. Through a program sponsored by the California State
      Association of Counties (CSAC) and the League of California Cities, the County has the
      opportunity to sell its VLF Receivable to the California Statewide Communities Development
      Authority (CSCDA) and receive an upfront payment. CSCDA will issue bonds to purchase
      VLF Receivables from local governments, and the bonds will be repaid by the State directly to
      bondholders. The County’s sale of its VLF Receivable would be irrevocable, and bondholders
      would have no recourse to the County if the State does not make the VLF Gap Loan
      repayment. The actual purchase price of the VLF Receivable will depend on the total amount
      of VLF Receivables that local governments sell to CSCDA and on bond market conditions at
      the time the VLF bonds are priced. The anticipated proceeds will include the County’s VLF
      Receivable, less any capitalized interest costs, credit enhancement fees and bond issuance
      costs. The County has until February 18, 2005 to commit to participation in the first round of
      the securitization program.
      There are two significant benefits to participating in this program. The first relates to the
      uncertainty as to whether the State will pay the VLF Receivable when it becomes due. By
      securitizing the VLF Receivable now, the County transfers the risk of collection to the
      bondholders. The second relates to the opportunity it creates on an immediate basis to
      extinguish existing debt or to finance projects on a cash basis rather than by incurring
      additional debt.




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The Debt Advisory Committee (The “Committee”) has reviewed the proposal to securitize the
VLF Receivable as well as several options for use of the proceeds from the sale. The
Committee recommends proceeding with the securitization and using a portion of the proceeds
to pay for the development of the Integrated Property Tax System (IPTS) rather than to finance
it through the issuance of Certificates of Participation, as previously planned. The Committee
further recommends that the remainder of the proceeds be used to pay down the Unfunded
Actuarial Accrued Liability (UAAL) of the San Diego County Employees Retirement
Association (SDCERA) to increase its funded ratio and reduce the County’s future
contributions. In today’s market, such an approach would yield tax-exempt proceeds of
approximately $33 million to finance the IPTS and taxable proceeds of approximately $24
million to pay down the UAAL. This recommendation is contingent upon the Board’s
approval to proceed with the IPTS project and award the contract, a separate item which is on
today’s agenda. Should the Board decide not to proceed with the IPTS project and award the
contract, the Committee recommends receiving all of the VLF Receivable proceeds on a
taxable basis and remitting the entire amount to the San Diego County Employees Retirement
Association to be applied toward reducing the UAAL.
The risk of participating in this program relates to the costs for securitizing the VLF
Receivable. Specifically, these costs represent how much the market will discount the VLF
Receivable of $60 million. The County would mitigate this risk by requiring a minimum sales
price of at least $56.6 million, which is approximately 93.1% of the VLF Receivable. Should
the minimum sales price fail to meet this threshold, the County would not proceed with the
sale. Staff believes this threshold is reasonable based upon the uncertainty of timely payment
by the State and current and future savings that would be achieved through use of the proceeds
from the sale.
It is anticipated that the proceeds received from the sale of the VLF Receivable would be
received in March 2005.
FISCAL IMPACT:
If Option 3 is approved as recommended by the Debt Advisory Committee, the proceeds of
approximately $57 million from the sale of the VLF Receivable would result in approximately
$33 million being used to cash finance rather than debt finance the development of a new
Integrated Property Tax System for the County and approximately $24 million being used to
pay down a portion of the UAAL of the SDCERA. Cash financing the IPTS would result in
the avoidance of $2.6 million in annual debt service payments over 20 years and will free up
$13 million in resources previously set aside for this project ($10.4 million in designated fund
balance and $2.6 million in current year appropriations). Contributions to SDCERA over and
above the required amounts, in itself, would result in a reduction of the UAAL, a higher
funded ratio for the retirement fund, and lower contributions by the County. Should the Board
decide not to proceed with the IPTS project and award the contract, the Debt Advisory
Committee recommends Option 2. If this Option is approved, the proceeds of approximately
$56 million from the sale of the VLF Receivable would all be contributed to SDCERA, which
would result in a greater positive impact than the contribution of the $24 million proposed in
Option 3. In connection with the required tax analysis on the tax-exempt portion of the sale,
the County is required to pay an up-front, non-refundable application fee of $5,000 to cover
the additional tax analysis required by Bond Counsel. This will be paid through existing
appropriations in the general fund.


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      RECOMMENDATION:
      CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
      1. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to sell the County’s VLF Receivable to CSCDA for
         a minimum sale price of $56.6 million.

      2. Approve Option 3 for the use of the VLF Receivable proceeds, as described herein.
         Should the Board decide not to proceed with the IPTS project and award the contract,
         approve Option 2 for the use of the VLF Receivable proceeds as described herein.

      3. Adopt the resolution approving the form and authorizing the execution and delivery of a
         Purchase and Sale Agreement and related documents with respect to the sale of the
         County’s VLF Receivable.

      4. Authorize and direct the Chief Financial Officer to send, or to cause to be sent, an
         irrevocable written instruction required by statute to the State Controller notifying the State
         of the sale of the VLF Receivable and instructing the disbursement of the VLF Receivable
         to the VLF Bond Trustee.

      5. Establish appropriations of up to $25.0 million in the General County Expense budget unit
         for contributions to the San Diego County Employees Retirement Association, or if Option
         2 is approved, establish appropriations of up to $57.0 million in the General County
         Expense budget unit for contributions to the San Diego County Employees Retirement
         Association (4 VOTES).
      ACTION:
      ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board continued this
      item to February 9, 2005, at the request of the Chief Administrative Officer, on Consent.
      AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Horn
      ABSENT: Roberts


19.   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.


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


20.   SUBJECT:      ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                    APPOINTMENTS (DISTRICT: ALL)

      OVERVIEW:
      These appointments are in accordance with applicable Board Policy A–74, Citizen
      Participation in County Boards, Commissions and Committee and Board Policy I–1, Planning
      and Sponsor Group Policies and Procedures.

      FISCAL IMPACT:
      N/A

      RECOMMENDATION:
      CHAIRWOMAN SLATER-PRICE:
      Appoint Bob Shuster to the San Diego County Solid Waste Hearing Panel, for a term to expire
      January 31, 2007.
      Appoint Benjamin Franklin Dillingham, III to the San Diego County Veterans Advisory
      Council, for a term to expire January 5, 2009.

      VICE-CHAIRMAN HORN:
      Appoint Dr. Thomas Morrow to the Cable Television Review Commission, Seat No.5, to
      replace Gil Jimenez for a term to expire January 8, 2007.
      Appoint Craig C. Cook to Seat No. 4 of the Hidden Meadows Sponsor Group, for a term to
      expire January 8, 2007.

      Re-appoint Douglas Alter to Seat No. 1 of the Hidden Meadows Sponsor Group, for a term to
      expire January 5, 2009.
      Re-appoint Ann Woulfe Miller to Seat No. 3 of the Hidden Meadows Sponsor, Group for a
      term to expire January 5, 2009.
      Re-appoint Sally Brey to Seat No. 5 of the Hidden Meadows Sponsor Group, for a term to
      expire January 5, 2009.
      Re-appoint Thomas Francl to Seat No. 7 of the Hidden Meadows Sponsor Group, for a term to
      expire January 5, 2009.
      Re-appoint Thomas Baber to Seat No. 9 of the Hidden Meadows Sponsor Group, for a term to
      expire January 5, 2009.
      Re-appoint Ronald Trotter to Seat No. 11 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
      January 5, 2009.


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Appoint Clell E. Swanson to Seat No. 1 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Appoint Robert DeRieux to Seat No. 3 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Appoint Jim Anderson to Seat No. 5 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Appoint Gayle J. Marrocco to Seat No. 7 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Appoint Keith Flanagan to Seat No. 13 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Appoint Julio Avila to Seat No. 15 of the Rainbow Planning Group for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Appoint Rua M. Petty to Seat No. 2 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 8, 2007.
Appoint Art Deming to Seat No. 4 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 8, 2007.
Appoint Frederick Rasp to Seat No. 8 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 8, 2007.
Appoint Dean A. Reade to Seat No. 10 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 8, 2007.
Appoint Mary Emond to Seat No. 12 of the Rainbow Planning Group, for a term to expire
January 8, 2007.
SUPERVISOR COX:
Waive Board Policy A-74, Citizen Participation in County Programs and Policies and re-
appoint Linda Blair-Forth to the Social Services Advisory Board, for a term to expire January
5, 2009.
Waive Board Policy A-74, Citizen Participation in County Programs and Policies and re-
appoint Robert L. Brandenburg to the Social Services Advisory Board, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.

SUPERVISOR JACOB:
Re-appoint Toni McKean to the Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Re-appoint Jim Crittenden to the Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Re-appoint Joel Farrington to the Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Re-appoint Marilyn Polen to Seat No. 1 of the Boulevard Sponsor Group, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.




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Re-appoint Gary Hoyt to Seat No. 3 of the Boulevard Sponsor Group, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Re-appoint Crosby Milne to Seat No. 7 of the Boulevard Sponsor Group, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Appoint Bill Parsons to Seat No. 5 of the Boulevard Sponsor Group, for a term to expire
January 5, 2009.
Re-appoint JoAnne Bushby to the Commission on Children, Youth and Families, for a term to
expire January 5, 2009.
Waive Board Policy A-74, Citizen Participation in County Programs and Policies and re-
appoint Robert Winterton to the Social Services Advisory Board, for a term to expire January
5, 2009.
Re-appoint Walter Kirkwood to Seat No. 9 of the Descanso Planning Group, for a term to
expire January 5, 2009.
Appoint Juli A. Zerbe to Seat No. 4 of the Julian Historic District Architectural Review Board
for a term to expire January 5, 2009.
Appoint Wayne Moretti to Seat No. 3 of the Julian Historic District Architectural Review
Board for a term to expire January 2, 2007.
Appoint James Degenfelder to Seat No.2 of the Julian Historic District Architectural Review
Board, for a term to expire January 5, 2009.
Appoint Peggy Steadham to Seat No. 7 of the Julian Historic District Architectural Review
Board, for a term to expire January 5, 2009.

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
Confirm the appointment of Allen Carlisle to replace Dustin Burns, as the Santee School
District representative to the County Service Area No. 69 – Heartland EMS District Advisory
Committee. In accordance with the Committee Bylaws, “the term of office for each member
shall be at the discretion of the appointing organization.”

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




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21.   SUBJECT:          SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF OUT
                        OF COUNTRY TRAVEL (DISTRICT: ALL)

      OVERVIEW:
      On February 1, 2005 (3) the Board of Supervisors continued this item to February 8, 2005, at
      the request of the Chief Administrative Officer.
      This is a request for one (1) Sheriff’s Lieutenant and three (3) Deputy Sheriffs to travel to San
      Salvador, El Salvador, to attend the International Gang Enforcement Conference given by the
      National Civil Police of El Salvador to be held from February 21 – 24, 2005.

      FISCAL IMPACT:
      Funds for this request are budgeted. The funding source is general purpose revenue. If
      approved, this request will result in approximately $4,655 current year costs, no annual costs,
      and will require the addition of zero staff years. No overtime costs will be incurred as a result
      of this trip.
      RECOMMENDATION:
      SHERIFF
      Approve travel to San Salvador, El Salvador, for one (1) Sheriff’s Lieutenant and three (3)
      Deputy Sheriffs to attend the International Gang Enforcement Conference given by the
      National Civil Police of El Salvador to be held from February 21 - 24, 2005

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


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

      OVERVIEW:
      On February 1, 2005 (8) the Board of Supervisors, introduced the Ordinance for further Board
      consideration on February 8, 2005.
      The proposed amendments to the San Diego County Compensation Ordinance are part of the
      ongoing effort to manage and maintain a skilled and competitive workforce dedicated to
      sustaining operational excellence and serving the public. This amendment establishes two new
      classifications/job codes for the Department of Parks and Recreation.

      FISCAL IMPACT:
      Funds for these recommendations are included in the 2004-2005 budget




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      RECOMMENDATION:
      CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
      Adopt Ordinance entitled:

             AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE AND
             ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION.

      ACTION:
      ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of Supervisors
      took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 9705 (N.S.) entitled: AN
      ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING
      AUTHORIZED CLASSIFICATIONS, CHARACTERISTICS, AND COMPENSATION.
      AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater-Price, Horn
      ABSENT: Roberts


23.   SUBJECT:         ALLOCATION OF DISTRICT TWO COMMUNITY PROJECTS
                       FUNDING (DISTRICT: 2)
      OVERVIEW:
      Several communities in East County have demonstrated a need for improvements to their
      recreational facilities, and have shown that they are prepared to work together with other
      jurisdictions and community members to provide their children with opportunities to play and
      stay healthy. This action will provide funds to several communities to improve and develop
      recreational facilities in East County
      FISCAL IMPACT:
      The fiscal impact of these recommendations is $289,106. The funding source for these items
      is previously allocated FY 03-04 District Two Community Projects, and FY 04-05 District
      Two Community Projects. This action will result in the addition of no new staff years and no
      future costs.
      RECOMMENDATION(S):
      SUPERVISOR JACOB:
      1. Find that the Ramona Pony Baseball project is exempt from the California Environmental
         Quality Act pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15301.

      2. Authorize Ramona Pony Baseball to use $21,347 of previously awarded District Two
         Community Projects funds (FY 03-04) to upgrade their snack bar and board room building.

      3. Find that the Subsequent Environmental Impact Report on file in the Department of
         Planning and Land Use as Environmental Review Number 96-19-007 and the Addendum
         thereto as Environmental Review Number 96-19-007A for the McGrath Family YMCA
         were completed in compliance with the CEQA and state and County guidelines and that
         the Board of Supervisors reviewed and considered the information contained therein before
         approving the project.




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      4. Find that there are no changes in the YMCA project or in the circumstances under which it
         is undertaken which involve significant new environmental impacts which were not
         considered in the previously certified Subsequent EIR, or a substantial increase in the
         severity of previously identified significant effects, and that no new information of
         substantial importance has become available since the Subsequent EIR and Addendum
         were prepared.

      5. Allocate $140,726 in District Two Community Projects funding (FY 04-05) to the
         McGrath Family YMCA in Rancho San Diego to be used in the development of one
         baseball/softball combination field and one soccer field, which will be part of the first
         phase of the McGrath Family YMCA.

      6. Allocate $127,033 to the Cajon Valley Union School District for construction costs for two
         full-size soccer fields and one smaller soccer field at Meridian Elementary School in El
         Cajon.

      7. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute an amendment to the grant agreement
         with Ramona Pony Baseball to allow use of the funds as described above. The amendment
         to the grant agreement shall be approved by County Counsel.

      8. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute grant agreements with the Cajon Valley
         Union School District and McGrath Family YMCA establishing terms for receipt of the
         funds described above.

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

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


24.   SUBJECT:         CLOSED SESSION (DISTRICT: ALL)

      OVERVIEW
      A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
         (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
           County of San Diego v. Earl McDougal, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court
         No. GIN 039330-1

      B.   CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
           (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
           County of San Diego v. Tony Shin, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court No.
           GIN 039332-1




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       C.     CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
              (Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9)
              County of San Diego v. Michael Parker, et al.; San Diego County Superior Court
              No. GIN 041729-1

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

      ACTION:
      Any reportable matters will be announced on Wednesday, February 9, 2005, prior to the Board
      of Supervisors Planning and Land Use meeting.

25.   SUBJECT:            JESS MARTIN PARK WATER PROJECT (DISTRICT: 2)

      OVERVIEW
      Jess Martin Park is an approximately 9-acre park in the community of Julian. Existing
      amenities within the park include a playground, skatepark, three ball fields, a volunteer pad and
      on-site parking. As the only community park in Julian, Jess Martin Park receives a great deal of
      use. However, there is currently no water available for use at the park. To remedy this
      situation, a well needs to be drilled to provide a water supply for the park. The well will provide
      a safe and reliable source of drinking water for users of the park. The proposed action will
      allocate funding for the drilling and installation of a well on a County owned parcel across the
      street from Jess Martin Park.


      FISCAL IMPACT:
      The total cost for the Jess Martin Well Improvement Project is approximately $330,000.
      Approximately $215,000 of the project will be provided by awarded Proposition 12 Roberti-
      Z’berg Harris grant funds. The remaining $115,000 will be transferred from the Capital
      Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1000241 - Jess Martin Skatepark/Playground Improvements
      and the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1000020 – Jess Martin Community Center.
      This proposal does not require additional County staff years.

      RECOMMENDATION(S)
      SUPERVISOR JACOB:
      1. Find that the Negative Declaration (ND) for Jess Martin Park Water Uses on file in the
         Department of Public Works as SCH No. 2002011032 and the Addendum thereto were
         completed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the
         State CEQA Guidelines and that the Board of Supervisors reviewed and considered the
         information contained therein before approving the project; and
      2.     Find that there are no changes in the project or in the circumstances under which it is
             undertaken which involve significant new environmental impacts which were not
             considered in the previously adopted ND and the Addendum, or a substantial increase in
             the severity of previously identified significant effects, and that no new information of
             substantial importance has become available since the ND and Addendum were prepared.


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      3.     Establish appropriations of $215,000 in Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1006565
             Jess Martin Well Improvements, based on awarded Proposition 12 Roberti-Z’berg Harris
             grant funds. (4 VOTES)
      4.     Cancel appropriations and related Operating Transfer from the General Fund of $6,682 in
             the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1000241 – Jess Martin Skatepark/Playground
             Improvements, to provide funds for the Jess Martin Well Improvements project.
      5.     Cancel appropriations and related Operating Transfer from the General Fund of $108,318
             in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project 1000020 – Jess Martin Community Center,
             to provide funds for the Jess Martin Well Improvements project.
      6.     Establish appropriations of $115,000 in the Capital Outlay Fund for Capital Project
             1006565 Jess Martin Well Improvements, based on an Operating Transfer from the
             General Fund. (4 VOTES)

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


24.   SUBJECT:           PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS

      OVERVIEW
      Michael Bruich, Executive Director of the San Pasqual Academy/New Alternatives, was
      presented a check in the amount of $211,599 by Dr. Robert Ross of the California
      Endowment.
      Chairwoman Pam Slater-Price together with John Massucco, Chief Deputy District Attorney,
      was presented a check in the amount of $14,884 by Brian Gray, Director of SBC External
      Affairs.
      Chairwoman Pam Slater-Price presented a proclamation declaring February 8, 2004 Aaron
      Goldin day throughout the County of San Diego.
      Chairwoman Pam Slater-Price presented a proclamation declaring February 8, 2004 Diann
      Shipione day throughout the County of San Diego.
      Supervisor Greg Cox presented a proclamation declaring February 8, 2004 Pastor David
      Thomas day throughout the County of San Diego.


25.   SUBJECT:           PUBLIC COMMUNICATION
      John VanDoorn addressed the Board regarding San Diego County workers.

      ACTION:
      Heard; referred to the Chief Administrative Officer.


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There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 10:16 a.m. in memory of Wallace J. Ullman;
John Paul Elliott, Sr.; Roberta J. Hill; and Roy B. Johnson Jr.


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


Consent: Tosh/Francia
Discussion: Randolph

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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