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									                              SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS

                       BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - COUNTY OF KERN

                                 1115 Truxtun Avenue
                               Bakersfield, California

                                   Regular Meeting
                              Tuesday, January 11, 2000


                                        9:00 A.M.

                 BOARD RECONVENED

                 Supervisors: McQuiston, Perez, Patrick, Peterson, Parra
                 ROLL CALL: All Present

                 SALUTE TO FLAG - Led by Supervisor Patrick

                 NOTE: Mc, Pz, Pa, Pe, Pr are abbreviations for
                 Supervisors McQuiston, Perez, Patrick, Peterson, and
                 Parra, respectively.      For example, Pa-Pe denotes
                 Supervisor Patrick made the motion and Supervisor
                 Peterson seconded it.     The abbreviation (Ab) means
                 absent, and (Abd) abstained

                 CONSENT AGENDA/OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT: ALL ITEMS
                 LISTED WITH AN ASTERISK (*) OR A NUMBER SIGN (#) WERE
                 CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE AND APPROVED BY ONE MOTION.

                 BOARD ACTION SHOWN IN CAPS

                 NOTE:   CHAIRMAN   PETERSON   AND  SUPERVISOR    PATRICK
                 ACKNOWLEDGED SUPERVISOR PEREZ’S BIRTHDAY
                                RESOLUTIONS/PROCLAMATIONS
Pr-Mc       1)   Resolution honoring Congressman William M. Thomas -
All Ayes         ADOPTED RESOLUTION; MADE PRESENTATION TO CONGRESSMAN BILL
                 THOMAS; CONGRESSMAN THOMAS AND PETER BRYAN, CHIEF
                 EXECUTIVE OFFICER, KERN MEDICAL CENTER, HEARD
Mc-Pa      2)    Proclamation proclaiming the week of January 10-14, 2000
All Ayes         as Family Business Week in Kern County - PROCLAIMED; MADE
                 PRESENTATION TO GINGER MOORHOUSE, PUBLISHER AND CHAIRMAN
                 OF THE BOARD, THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN; GINGER
                 MOORHOUSE HEARD
                                     PUBLIC REQUESTS
           3)    Request of David C. Leifer, President, Leifer Capital, to
                 address the Board regarding the Quarterly Update of
                 Municipal Financing Consultant Activities - DAVID LEIFER
                 HEARD
                                       APPOINTMENTS
Pz-Pr      *4)   Reappointment    of  Doug   Zimmerman    to the Greater
All Ayes         Bakersfield Separation of Grade District, term to expire
                 January 11, 2004 - MADE REAPPOINTMENT
Pz-Pr      *5)   Appointment of Christy Anne Ward as Second District
All Ayes         Member to the Mental Health Board, term to expire
                 December 31, 2002 - MADE APPOINTMENT
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                                    PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS
            6)    This portion of the meeting is reserved for persons to
                  address the Board on any matter not on this agenda but
                  under the jurisdiction of the Board. Board members may
                  respond briefly to statements made or questions posed.
                  They may ask a question for clarification, make a
                  referral to staff for factual information or request
                  staff to report back to the Board at a later meeting.
                  Also, the Board may take action to direct the staff to
                  place a matter of business on a future agenda. SPEAKERS
                  ARE LIMITED TO TWO MINUTES.     PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME
                  BEFORE MAKING YOUR PRESENTATION.     THANK YOU! - JOHN
                  WASHINGTON ADDRESSED THE BOARD REGARDING SPORTS PROGRAMS
                  FOR YOUNG PEOPLE TO DISCOURAGE GANG ACTIVITY
                           BOARD MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS OR REPORTS
            7)    On their own initiative, Board members may make an
                  announcement or a report on their own activities. They
                  may ask a question for clarification, make a referral to
                  staff or take action to have staff place a matter of
                  business on a future agenda (Gov. Code Sec. 54954.2[a]) -
                  SUPERVISOR PEREZ PRESENTED A CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION
                  TO JOHN “THE SHADOW” WASHINGTON HONORING HIS ACHIEVEMENTS
                  IN EARNING THE TITLE OF 1999 UNITED STATES PROFESSIONAL
                  KICKBOXING CHAMPION

Pz-Pa             REFERRED TO COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE TO REVIEW THE
All Ayes          ISSUE OF YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAMS
                                   DEPARTMENTAL REQUESTS

                  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER-COUNTY CLERK
Pz-Pr      *8)    Proposed approval of accumulation of up to 240 hours of
All Ayes          compensatory time off for Elections Division employees -
                  APPROVED
                  COUNTY COUNSEL
Pz-Pr      *9)    Claim of Avtel Services, Inc. for Property Tax Refund of
All Ayes          $76,527.94 for 1998-99 Escaped Unsecured Property Taxes
                  - REJECTED TAX REFUND CLAIM DUE TO FAILURE TO STATE
                  ADEQUATE LEGAL BASIS FOR REFUND CLAIM UNDER REV. & TAX.
                  SECTION 5096; DIRECTED COUNTY COUNSEL TO NOTIFY AVTEL
                  SERVICES, INC. OF REJECTION OF CLAIM
                  EMPLOYERS' TRAINING RESOURCE
Pz-Pr      *10)   Proposed retroactive approval of Agreement with Wasco
All Ayes          Union   High  School   District   for  State   Education
                  Coordination and Grants (8%-50%) funds to provide basic
                  skills instruction with job-specific skills to primarily
                  CalWORKs customers, from November 1, 1999 through June
                  30, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $9,000 (prior
                  notification October 19, 1999) - APPROVED; AUTHORIZED
                  CHAIRMAN TO SIGN AGREEMENT 026-2000
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                  KERN MEDICAL CENTER
Pa-Pz       11)   Proposed   retroactive    Agreement   with Press, Ganey
All Ayes          Associates, Inc., for Home Health Department patient
                  satisfaction monitoring, from September 1, 1999 to August
                  31, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $3,610 - APPROVED;
                  AUTHORIZED CHAIRMAN TO SIGN AGREEMENT 027-2000
Pa-Pz       12)   Proposed   retroactive    Agreement   with Press, Ganey
All Ayes          Associates, Inc., for Emergency Room Department patient
                  satisfaction monitoring, from September 1, 1999 to August
                  31, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $4,090 - APPROVED;
                  AUTHORIZED CHAIRMAN TO SIGN AGREEMENT 028-2000
Pa-Pz       13)   Proposed   retroactive   Agreement    with Press, Ganey
All Ayes          Associates, Inc., for inpatient services departments
                  patient satisfaction monitoring, from September 1, 1999
                  to August 31, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $4,445 -
                  APPROVED; AUTHORIZED CHAIRMAN TO SIGN AGREEMENT 029-2000
Pz-Pa       14)   Notification of proposed retroactive Agreement with
All Ayes          Trans-West Security Systems, Inc., for security officer
                  services, and authorize payment to Trans-West Security
                  Systems, Inc., from January 1, 2000 to March 31, 2000,
                  under existing agreement, in an amount not to exceed
                  $15,000 per month, pending a new agreement - RECEIVED AND
                  FILED; AUTHORIZED AUDITOR/CONTROLLER TO PAY
Pz-Pr      *15)   Proposed addition of two (2) Typist Clerk I/II and
All Ayes          deletion of one (1) vacant full time Senior A/C Mechanic
                  effective January 11, 2000, and approve in concept a new
                  classification of Hospital Compliance Officer          -
                  APPROVED; REFERRED TO PERSONNEL TO AMEND DEPARTMENTAL
                  POSITIONS AND SALARY SCHEDULE AND DEVELOPMENT OF JOB
                  SPECIFICATIONS
                  LIBRARY
Pz-Pr      *16)   Request to convert nine (9) part-time positions to full-
All Ayes          time; add four (4) part-time Clerk I/II positions; and
                  delete one (1) part-time Departmental Aide and one (1)
                  full-time temporary Typist Clerk I/II positions,
                  effective January 30, 2000 - APPROVED; REFERRED TO
                  PERSONNEL TO AMEND DEPARTMENT POSITIONS AND SALARY
                  SCHEDULE
                  MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Pz-Pr      *17)   Proposed Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 497-99 with
All Ayes          College Health IPA, Inc., for after-hours crisis services
                  to clients residing in the Ridgecrest area, for Fiscal
                  Year 1999-2000, in an amount not to exceed $774,179 (an
                  increase of $9,000) - APPROVED; AUTHORIZED CHAIRMAN TO
                  SIGN AGREEMENT 030-2000
Pz-Pr      *18)   Proposed retroactive approval of Agreement with Smooth
All Ayes          and Special, Inc., for motivational assemblies to youth
                  throughout Kern County, from November 1, 1999 through
                  November 12, 1999, in an amount not to exceed $16,500
                  (State, Local, Budgeted) (prior notification January 4,
                  2000) - APPROVED; AUTHORIZED CHAIRMAN TO SIGN AGREEMENT
                  031-2000
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                  PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
Pa-Pr       19)   Proposed retroactive Agreement with Kern Radiology
All Ayes          Medical Group, Inc., for radiological services, from
                  January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000, in an amount
                  not to exceed $60,000 - APPROVED; AUTHORIZED CHAIRMAN TO
                  SIGN AGREEMENT 032-2000
Pr-Pa       20)   Notification of proposed retroactive Agreement with QS
All Ayes          Technologies, Inc., for ongoing maintenance services of
                  Patient Care Management System, from July 1, 1999 through
                  June 30, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $16,651.25 -
                  RECEIVED AND FILED
Pr-Pa       21)   Notification of proposed retroactive Agreement with
All Ayes          National Health Services, Inc., for clinical services,
                  from November 1, 1999 through December 31, 2000, in an
                  amount not to exceed $2,000 - RECEIVED AND FILED
                  SHERIFF
Pz-Pr      *22)   Request to appropriate unanticipated revenue in the
All Ayes          amount of $129,000 from Sheriff’s Asset Forfeiture Trust
                  Account #22137 to fund law enforcement projects -
                  APPROVED TRANSFER OF $129,000 FROM SHERIFF’S ASSET
                  FORFEITURE TRUST ACCOUNT #22137 TO GENERAL FUND (#00001);
                  APPROVED APPROPRIATION OF UNANTICIPATED REVENUE IN THE
                  AMOUNT OF $129,000 TO APPROPRIATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES;
                  APPROVED BUDGET TRANSFER IN THE AMOUNT OF $129,000 FROM
                  APPROPRIATIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES TO BUDGET UNIT #2210
Pz-Pr      *23)   Proposed addition of one (1) Senior Deputy Sheriff and
All Ayes          two (2) Deputy Sheriff positions, effective January 15,
                  2000 and approval of budget transfer in the amount of
                  $248,084 from Appropriations for Contingencies to Budget
                  Unit #2210 – APPROVED; REFERRED TO PERSONNEL TO AMEND
                  DEPARTMENTAL POSITIONS AND SALARY SCHEDULE
                  TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR
Pz-Pr      *24)   Proposed Resolution for sale of tax-defaulted property to
All Ayes          be held on March 8, 2000 - APPROVED; ADOPTED RESOLUTION
                  2000-016
                                       CLOSED SESSIONS

                  COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
Pz-Pa       25)   Request for Closed Session regarding Meet and Confer,
All Ayes          KLEA, KCFFU, and CCAPE -
Pr-Pa             RECONVENED FROM CLOSED SESSION; RECESSED TO 2:00 P.M.

                  /s/ Denise Pennell
                  Clerk of the Board

                  /s/ Kenneth W. Peterson
                  Chairman, Board of Supervisors
                  SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS

           BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - COUNTY OF KERN

                     1115 Truxtun Avenue
                   Bakersfield, California

                       Regular Meeting
                  Tuesday, January 11, 2000


                             2:00 P.M.


     BOARD RECONVENED

     Supervisors: McQuiston, Perez, Patrick, Peterson, Parra
     ROLL CALL: All Present


     CONSENT AGENDA/OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT: ALL ITEMS
     LISTED WITH AN ASTERISK (*) OR A NUMBER SIGN (#) WERE
     CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE AND APPROVED BY ONE MOTION.


     BOARD ACTION SHOWN IN CAPS

                        PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS
1)   This portion of the meeting is reserved for persons to
     address the Board on any matter not on this agenda but
     under the jurisdiction of the Board. Board members may
     respond briefly to statements made or questions posed.
     They may ask a question for clarification, make a
     referral to staff for factual information or request
     staff to report back to the Board at a later meeting.
     Also, the Board may take action to direct the staff to
     place a matter of business on a future agenda. SPEAKERS
     ARE LIMITED TO TWO MINUTES.     PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME
     BEFORE MAKING YOUR PRESENTATION. THANK YOU! - NO ONE
     HEARD

              BOARD MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS OR REPORTS
2)   On their own initiative, Board members may make an
     announcement or a report on their own activities. They
     may ask a question for clarification, make a referral to
     staff or take action to have staff place a matter of
     business on a future agenda (Gov. Code Sec. 54954.2[a]) -
     NO ONE HEARD
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                                         HEARING
                 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY
                 Planning Department
Pa-Pr      *3)   Request from Jane Virginia Poznoff/Poznoff Family Trust
All Ayes         by Cornerstone Engineering, Inc., to cancel a portion of
                 a Land Use Contract on 20 acres and enter into a Contract
                 Amending Land Use Contract on 19 acres located at the
                 northeast corner of Merced Avenue and Shafter Avenue,
                 approximately one mile north of Shafter (SD #1)
                 Specific Request:
                 Cancellation of a 1-acre portion of an approximate 20-
                 acre parcel of a Land Use Contract and approval of a
                 Contract Amending Land Use Contract on 19 acres
                 (Cancellation #99-11) (Map #56)
                 (General Rule, Section 15061(b)(3); Published Wasco
                 Tribune) - OPENED HEARING; NO ONE HEARD; CLOSED HEARING;
                 ADOPTED RESOLUTION 2000-017 APPROVING CANCELLATION
                 SUBJECT TO PAYMENT OF PENALTY FEE; DIRECTED CLERK OF THE
                 BOARD TO RECORD CONTRACT AMENDING LAND USE CONTRACT;
                 DIRECTED CLERK OF THE BOARD TO ISSUE A TENTATIVE
                 CERTIFICATE OF CANCELLATION AND ISSUE A CERTIFICATE OF
                 CANCELLATION SUBJECT TO PAYMENT OF PENALTY FEE AND
                 COMPLIANCE WITH ALL OTHER CONDITIONS CONTAINED IN THE
                 TENTATIVE CERTIFICATE OF CANCELLATION

                                  DEPARTMENTAL REQUESTS
                 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY
                 Planning Department
                 Streets and Highways
                 S.D. #2
Pa-Pr      *4)   Request from Kern County Roads Department for a Summary
All Ayes         Vacation of public utility easements for a portion of
                 County Road 154, Zone Map 198, east side of Tehachapi-
                 Willow Springs Road, one mile south of Oak Creek Road,
                 between Willow Springs and Tehachapi - APPROVED; ADOPTED
                 RESOLUTION 2000-018

                 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY
                 Community Development Program
                 All S.D.'s
Pz-Pr       5)   Report on SB 574 which authorizes local entity use of
All Ayes         Mobile Home Park Resident Ownership Program funds for low
                 and moderate income housing (continued from 12/14/99) -
                 RECEIVED AND FILED

Pa-Pr      6)    Report on opportunities for the use of U.S. Department of
All Ayes         Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Block Grant
                 (CDBG) Funds for Local Economic Development (continued
                 from 12/14/99) - RECEIVED AND FILED
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                  RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY
                  Engineering and Survey Services
                  S.D. #4
Pa-Pr       *7)   Proposed Resolution of intention to establish County
All Ayes          Service Area No. 91 (Lost Hills), Kings Street and Lost
                  Hills Road - ADOPTED RESOLUTION 2000-019; INSTRUCTED
                  ENGINEERING & SURVEY SERVICES TO MAIL NOTICES AND
                  BALLOTS, ALONG WITH AN ENGINEER'S REPORT, TO ALL PROPERTY
                  OWNERS AFFECTED, AND TO CONDUCT A PUBLIC INFORMATIONAL
                  MEETING IN COMPLIANCE WITH ARTICLE XIII D OF THE
                  CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION; SET PUBLIC HEARING FOR TUESDAY,
                  FEBRUARY 29, 2000, AT 2:00 P.M. TO RECEIVE PUBLIC INPUT
                  AND TALLY BALLOTS; INSTRUCTED CLERK OF THE BOARD TO
                  PUBLISH HEARING NOTICE

                  RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY
                  Environmental Health Services
                  All S.D.'s
Pa-Pr        8)   Notification of proposed retroactive agreement with
All Ayes          California   Association    of  Environmental   Health
                  Administrators for Annual Software Maintenance Support
                  Services - RECEIVED AND FILED

Pa-Pr       *9)   Proposed Amendment No. 1 to Agreement with California
All Ayes          Water Service Company to authorize cross connection
                  control inspection by Environmental Health Services at
                  Spicer City (County to be reimbursed at $75 per hour) -
                  APPROVED; AUTHORIZE CHAIRMAN TO SIGN AGREEMENT 033-2000

                  RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY
                  Roads Department
                  All S.D.'s
Pa-Pr      *10)   Proposed update of Capital Improvement Plan and review of
All Ayes          Public   Information    for   Metropolitan    Bakersfield
                  Transportation Impact Fee Program     - REVIEWED PUBLIC
                  INFORMATION; ADOPTED RESOLUTION 2000-020 UPDATING AND
                  CONFIRMING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN; RECEIVED AND FILED

                  S.D. #2
Pz-Pa      11)    Proposed update of Capital Improvement Plan and review of
All Ayes          Public    Information   for    Rosamond/Willow    Springs
                  Transportation Impact Fee Program - CONTINUED TO TUESDAY,
                  JANUARY 18, 2000, AT 2:00 P.M.

Pa-Pr      *12)   Contract No. 20007, Notice of Completion for construction
All Ayes          on California City Boulevard - RECEIVE AND FILE
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                  COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
Pa-Pr      *13)   Proposed Agreements with Elk Hills Power, LLC, for
All Ayes          purchase of capital equipment and construction of public
                  infrastructure under County's Economic Incentive Policy
                  (continued from 1/4/2000)- APPROVED; AUTHORIZED CHAIRMAN
                  TO SIGN AGREEMENTS 034-2000 AND 035-2000

                  Legislative Matters
Pa-Pr      *14)   Report on legislation regarding inspection      of water
All Ayes          vending machines - RECEIVED AND FILED

                  COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
                  General Services Division
                  S.D. #4
Pa-Pz      15)    Proposed major maintenance project for repairs to correct
All Ayes          structural problems resulting from soil settlement at
                  the Southwest Regional Administrative Building (Taft),
                  and budget transfer in the amount of $250,000 from
                  Appropriations for Contingencies to Major Maintenance
                  Budget Unit 1650 - APPROVED

                  S.D. #5
Pa-Pr      *16)   (1650.7142)    Proposed    Agreement    with   Black Oak
All Ayes          Construction for the Probation Department Training Center
                  remodel of dormitories into offices and remodeling
                  restrooms, in the amount of $150,000 - APPROVED;
                  AUTHORIZED CHAIRMAN TO SIGN AGREEMENT 036-2000

Pa-Pr      *17)   (8212.8360) Proposed Agreement with Cornelius Consulting
All Ayes          Group for Engineering Services for electrical system
                  redesign at the Family Practice & Pediatrics Clinics at
                  Sagebrush Medical Plaza, in the amount of $26,200 -
                  APPROVED; AUTHORIZED CHAIRMAN TO SIGN AGREEMENT 037-2000

                  CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCES INTRODUCED ON JANUARY 4, 2000
Pa-Pr      *18)   Proposed Ordinance adding subparagraph (99) to Section
All Ayes          10.16.041 of Chapter 10.16 of the Kern County Ordinance
                  Code concerning no stopping zone on Roberts Lane, west of
                  Brandon Way - ENACTED ORDINANCE G-6654

Pa-Pr      *19)   Proposed Ordinance adding subparagraph (48) to Section
All Ayes          10.16.160 of Chapter 10.16 of the Kern County Ordinance
                  Code concerning a bus loading zone on the north side of
                  Foothill Drive - ENACTED ORDINANCE G-6655

Pa-Pr      *20)   Proposed Ordinance adding subparagraphs (97) and (98) to
All Ayes          Section 10.16.041 of Chapter 10.16 of the Kern County
                  Ordinance Code concerning no stopping zones on Niles
                  Street at the Catalpa Way/Barlow Street Intersection -
                  ENACTED ORDINANCE G-6656
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                              MATTERS FOR EXECUTIVE APPROVAL
Pa-Pr      *21)   Budget Transfers - APPROVED #075 THROUGH #078
All Ayes

Pa-Pr      *22)   Minutes for week of November 22, 1999 - APPROVED
All Ayes

Pa-Pr      *23)   Miscellaneous Letters and Documents - FILED
All Ayes

Pa-Pr      *24)   Miscellaneous Departmental Referrals by Clerk of the
All Ayes          Board - APPROVED AND FILED

Pa-Pr      *25)   Claims and Lawsuits filed with and referred by Clerk of
All Ayes          the Board - APPROVED AND FILED

Pr-Mc             ADJOURNED TO TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2000, AT 9:00 A.M.

                  /s/ Denise Pennell
                  Clerk of the Board

                  /s/ Kenneth W. Peterson
                  Chairman, Board of Supervisors
      Summary of Proceedings                                 Page 10
      Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting                01/11/2000


23)   MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND DOCUMENTS - FILED
      Chamber of Commerce
A)    News Release re bringing hotel site selection consultant
      to the January 19, 2000, Tourism/Film Council meeting
      (Copies to each Supervisor and CAO)
B)    News Release re the retirement of Ann Gutcher as Director
      of the Kern County Chamber of Commerce (Copies to each
      Supervisor)
      Clerk of the Board
 C)    1)   Tract Map No. 5515              (S.D.   #1)
       2)   Tract Map No. 5772, Phase   3   (S.D.   #1)
       3)   Tract Map No. 5772, Phase   4   (S.D.   #1)
       4)   Tract Map No. 5869, Unit    3   (S.D.   #3)
       5)   Tract Map No. 5905, Phase   1   (S.D.   #3)
       6)   Tract Map No. 5905, Phase   2   (S.D.   #3)
       7)   Tract Map No. 5920, Unit    4   (S.D.   #3)
       8)   Parcel Map No. 10604            (S.D.   #1)
       9)   Parcel Map No. 10635            (S.D.   #2)
      10)   Parcel Map No. 10535            (S.D.   #4)
      11)   Parcel Map No. 10652            (S.D.   #4)
      Community Development
 D)   County Loan Agreement, Home Investment Partnerships
      Program, First-time Homebuyers Mortgage Assistance
      Program with Jose Armenta Carrillo
 E)   County Loan Agreement, Home Investment Partnerships
      Program, First-time Homebuyers Mortgage Assistance
      Program with Francisco and Maria E. Mendoza
 F)   County Loan Agreement, Home Investment Partnerships
      Program, First-time Homebuyers Mortgage Assistance
      Program with Jarett L. Martens and Rowena B. Caluya
 G)   County Loan Agreement, Home Investment Partnerships
      Program, First-time Homebuyers Mortgage Assistance
      Program with Jose R. and Maria Ines Arreola
      County Administrative Office
 H)   Letter to Community Leaders requesting their attendance
      at United States Census 2000 meetings (Copies to each
      Supervisor)
      Planning
I)    Proposed street name change from an unnamed street to
      "Elementary Lane" in the Bakersfield/Buttonwillow area
      (Copies to each Supervisor and CAO)
J)    Proposed street name changes from two unnamed streets to
      "Juniper Point Road" and "Terra Bella Road" in the
      Wofford Heights area (Copies to each Supervisor and CAO)
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     Public Defender
K)   Letter from Mark A. Arnold, Public Defender, re response
     to minor audit findings (Copies to each Supervisor and
     CAO)
     Sheriff
L)   Thank you letter to Donna Pitcher for the donation of
     reconditioned teddy bears
     Miscellaneous
M)   Letter    from    Mark Salvaggio, Bakersfield City
     Councilmember, expressing concerns re dairies within the
     Metropolitan Bakersfield planning area (Copies to each
     Supervisor, CAO, County Counsel and Planning)
N)   Letter from Izabal, Bernaciak & Company, Certified Public
     Accountants, re Kern County Economic Opportunity
     Corporation's    audited   financial    statements   and
     supplementary information for year ended February 28,
     1999 (Copies to each Supervisor, CAO and Auditor)
O)   Letter from State Board of Equalization re 2000 calendar
     established for the valuation of public utilities and
     railroads (Copies to each Supervisor, CAO, Assessment
     Appeals Board and Assessor)
P)   Letter from Board of Corrections re Crowding Assessment
     Reports for the months of September and October, 1999,
     James G. Bowles Juvenile Hall (Copies to each Supervisor,
     CAO and Probation)
Q)   Letter from Board of Corrections re Comprehensive
     Crowding Assessment Report dated October 6, 1999, and
     Crowding Assessment Reports for the months of September,
     October and November, 1999, Female Treatment Program
     (Copy to each Supervisor and CAO)
R)   Letter from Department of Health Services re approval of
     the Fiscal Year 1999-2000 California Healthcare for
     Indigents Program or Rural Health Services Program
     Description of Proposed Expenditures (Copies to each
     Supervisor, CAO, Public Health, KMC and Auditor-
     Controller)
S)   Thirty-nine (39) cards in support of the Borba Dairy
     Project (Copies to each Supervisor, CAO, County Counsel
     and Planning)
T)   Letter from Department of Conservation re payments to
     cities and counties for beverage container recycling
     and/or litter reduction activities (Copies to each
     Supervisor, CAO and Waste Management)
U)   Letter   from   Cooperative Extension, University of
     California, re resources offered to the Kern County
     community (Copies to each Supervisor and CAO)
V)   Agenda of meeting from Kern County Child Care Council on
     Wednesday, January 5, 2000 (Copies to each Supervisor and
     CAO)
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W)    News Release from U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of
      Reclamation, re request for written comments on draft
      environmental assessment for future water transfers
      (Copies to each Supervisor and CAO)
X)    News Release from U.S. Department of Interior, Fish &
      Wildlife Service, re new managers of wildlife refuge
      complexes in California's Central Valley and along the
      California-Oregon border (Copies to each Supervisor and
      CAO)
24)   LETTERS RECEIVED AND REFERRED BY CLERK OF THE BOARD -
      APPROVED AND FILED
A)    Applications for alcohol beverage license(s): Las Flores
      Restaurant, 312 Main Street, Taft; Magoo's Pizza, 1129
      Olive Drive, Suite A-C, Bakersfield; Sals Town Cocktail
      Lounge, 118 - 20th Street, Rosamond; La Kosta, 6704
      Inyokern Road, Inyokern - REFERRED TO PLANNING (Copies to
      each Supervisor and CAO)
B)    Letter from George C. Parker re editorial about the Board
      of Trade - REFERRED TO COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
      (Copies to each Supervisor)
25)   CLAIMS AND LAWSUITS FILED WITH AND REFERRED BY THE CLERK
      OF THE BOARD - APPROVED AND FILED
A)    Claim in the matter of Carol J. Blythe vs Kern County -
      REFERRED TO COUNTY COUNSEL (Copy to Risk Management)
B)    Claim in the matter of Mikhail Bimits vs Kern County -
      REFERRED TO COUNTY COUNSEL (Copy to Risk Management)
C)    Claim in the matter of Jennie Alvarez vs Kern County -
      REFERRED TO COUNTY COUNSEL (Copy to Risk Management)
D)    Summons and complaint in the matter of Torrance Kendricks
      vs Kern County - REFERRED TO COUNTY COUNSEL (Copy to Risk
      Management)
E)    Claim in the matter of Sylvia Hinojosa and Brandon
      Roberto Abarca vs Kern County - REFERRED TO COUNTY
      COUNSEL (Copy to Risk Management)
F)    Claims (2) in the matter of Julieta Dimova, Owner of
      Milano's Bar & Grill vs Kern County - REFERRED TO COUNTY
      COUNSEL (Copy to Risk Management)
G)    Claim in the matter of Heritage Railway Service, Inc. vs
      Kern County - REFERRED TO COUNTY COUNSEL (Copy to Risk
      Management)
H)    Claim in the matter of Herman Menendez vs Kern County -
      REFERRED TO COUNTY COUNSEL (Copy to Risk Management)
I)    Claim in the matter of Alfred James Carrero (Husband),
      Alfred James Carrero (Son), Israel Carrero, Jaimie M.
      Carrero, Israel Carrero, Jr., a minor, Crystal Carrero,
      a minor vs Kern County - REFERRED TO COUNTY COUNSEL (Copy
      to Risk Management)

								
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