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									                                Board of Supervisors Agenda
                                Chairman            Vice Chairman
                                Judith G. Case      Phil Larson           Susan B. Anderson           Henry Perea          Bob Waterston
Room 301, Hall of Records       4th District        1st District          2nd District                3rd District         5th District
2281 Tulare Street
Fresno, California 93721-2198                                             Bart Bohn                   Dennis A. Marshall   Bernice E. Seidel
Telephone: (559) 488-3529                                                 County Admin. Officer       County Counsel       Clerk
Toll Free: 1-800-742-1011




                                                                   TUESDAY

                                                         JANUARY 25, 2005

                                                                   9:00 AM

         PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
         NOTE: Any item that is pulled from the morning consent agenda for discussion will be set aside until
         the department can be notified and its representative is in the board room.
         Morning




         1.        Morning Consent Agenda - Item Numbers 19 – 38
                   - (These matters are routine in nature and are usually approved by a single vote. Prior to action
                     by the Board, the public will be given the opportunity to comment on any Consent Item)
                   - Items to be removed from Consent for Discussion
                   - Approval of Morning Consent Agenda
                   - Discussion/Action on Items removed from Consent Agenda
         Chairman Case
         2.        Presentation of retirement plaque to Kathleen Susoeff - Child Support Services,
                   28 years of service
         3.        Presentation of retirement plaque to Majorie Vargas - Mental Health, 27 years of
                   service

         Supervisor Anderson
         4.        Receive verbal update on Regional Jobs Initiative

         Administrative Office
         5.        Accept a verbal report on the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA - Proposition
                   63) planning process and review draft Request for Funding for MHSA Planning
                   application
         6.        Direct staff regarding the disposition of the ARCO Garage property
         7.        Direct staff regarding the County’s participation in cable Channel 96, the
                   Community Media Center (CMC), and the Institutional Network (I-Net), as well as
                   the current programming aired on cable Channel 14




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8.                                                       Review optional components of a graffiti abatement program for the
                                                         unincorporated areas of the County and authorize staff to proceed as directed

Sitting as the Fresno County Zoo Authority Board
9.                                                       Adopt proposed Fresno County Zoo Authority Bylaws and adopt resolution
                                                         incorporating standard Conflict of Interest Code for the Fresno County Zoo
                                                         Authority

Administrative Office
10.                                                      Approve proposed Bylaws submitted by the Fresno County Zoo Authority and
                                                         approve the Conflict of Interest Code submitted by the Fresno County Zoo
                                                         Authority
11.                                                      Board of Supervisor's Committee Reports - Receive and provide direction (This item
                                                         reserved for committee reports by members of the Board of Supervisors)
12.                                                      Board Appointments - (List attached in packet and posted on bulletin board outside of
                                                         Board Chambers)
13.                                                      Closed Session -
Closed Session -




                                                         a. Conference with Labor Negotiator (GC 54957.6): Agency Negotiator: Ralph
                                                            Jimenez; Employee Organization: All Bargaining Units and Management and
                                                            Unrepresented Employees - Hours, Wages and Terms and Conditions of
                                                            Employment
                                                         b. Pending Litigation Government Code Section 54956.9(a) WCAB Case Nos.
                                                            FRE0199505 and FRE0199506 Steve Meunier v. County of Fresno, et al.
                                                         c. Pending Litigation Government Code Section 54956.9(a) WCAB Case No.
                                                            FRE0102967 Edward Fairbanks v. County of Fresno, et al.
                                                         d. Conference with legal counsel - Significant Exposure to Litigation,
                                                            Government Code Section 54956.9(b), No. of Cases: 1
Sitti ng as the IHSS Public Authority Gover ning Board




                                                                                           NOON RECESS
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                                                                    2:00 PM

14.                         Afternoon Consent Agenda - Item Numbers 39 – 48
                            - (These matters are routine in nature and are usually approved by a single vote. Prior to action
                              by the Board, the public will be given the opportunity to comment on any Consent Item)
                            - Items to be removed from Consent for Discussion
                            - Approval of Morning Consent Agenda
                            - Discussion/Action on Items removed from Consent Agenda
Administrative Office
15.                         Endorse Fresno County's participation in joint Fresno-Madera County Regional
                            Transportation Study for growth areas on either side of San Joaquin River and
                            provide direction to staff
16.                         Consider and take action on appeal of Planning Commission's denial of Initial
                            Study Application No. 4990, General Plan Amendment Application No. 500,
                            Amendment Application No. 3731, Classified Conditional Use Permit Application
                            No. 3069 and Tentative Tract Map Application No. 5186 filed by Wildflower
                            Village, LLC, proposing to amend the Wildflower Village Specific Plan and
                            requesting approval of related land use entitlements and Applicant offered
                            supplemental condition for proposed Tentative Tract Map Application No. 5186
17.                         Receive verbal overview of Department of Public Works and Planning
18.                         Public Presentations - (This portion of the meeting reserved for persons desiring to
                            address the Board on any matter not on this agenda - Pursuant to Administrative Policy No. 29,
                            presentations are limited to 5 minutes per person and no more than 15 minutes per topic)



                                                                  ADJOURN


NEXT MEETINGS:
February 1, 2005 - 9:00 A.M.
February 8, 2005 - 9:00 A.M.


Requests for disability-related modification or accommodation needed in order to participate in the
meeting must be made to the Clerk to the Board of Supervisors (559) 488-3529 no later than Monday at
9:00 a.m.



Morning C ons ent Ag enda
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              MORNING CONSENT AGENDA – Item Numbers 19 – 38
          (Any Board Member may pull any consent item for discussion or separate vote)

Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector
19.   Approve reimbursement of a cash shortage in the amount of $1,021.28, which
      occurred in the Tax Collector Division of the Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax
      Collector Department

Sheriff
20.   Approve and accept retroactive Off-Highway Vehicle Grants from the State of
      California Department of Parks and Recreation adopt resolution increasing FY
      2004-05 appropriations and estimated revenue for Sheriff's Grant Org. 31121224
      in the amount of $10,000 (4/5 vote)
21.   Approve and authorize Chairman to terminate the existing Agreement No. 04-142
      with FMAAA effective January 25, 2005, and approve and authorize Chairman to
      execute a retroactive revenue agreement with Fresno-Madera Area Agency on
      Aging to provide training to local law enforcement agencies ($50,000)
22.   Adopt resolution increasing appropriations and estimated revenue for Sheriff’s
      Org. 31121406 in the amount of $3,400 (4/5 vote), and approve the sole source
      purchase of equipment
23.   Adopt resolution increasing appropriations and estimated revenue for Sheriff-
      Grants Org. 31121338 in the amount of $4,000 (4/5 vote) and adopt Budget
      Transfer Number 37 in the amount of $33,000 within the Sheriff's Grant Org.
      31121338
24.   Approve and authorize Chairman to execute agreements with the Cities of
      Reedley and Selma for Inmate Labor Crews to perform basic ground and
      facilities maintenance

Administrative Office
25.   Authorize Facility Services and Purchasing Manager to negotiate pricing and
      contract terms with the Alcatel Corporation to purchase microwave equipment
26.   Approve resolutions rejecting Claim for Damages; approve resolution rejecting
      Application for Leave to Present Late Claim for Damages
27.   Approve Fresno County’s amended CalWORKs Plan for submission to the
      California Department of Social Services to certify changes to the CaIWORKs
      Welfare-To-Work program and to eliminate Vendor Payment services for
      CaIWORKs families
28.   Approve the addition of 39 and the deletion of 3 positions (Appendix D) and an
      increase in the FY 2004-05 ($3,282,263) (4/5 vote) for the Department of
      Employment and Temporary Assistance, Org. 5610; approve increase in the FY
      2004-05 for Information Technology Services Department for Org. 8905
      ($342,280) and Telecommunications Orgs. 8930 - 8931 ($99,125) (4/5 vote); and
      approve and authorize the Clerk to execute Budget Transfer No. 29 for Org. 5610
      ($371,800)
29.   Confirm the appointment of mandated partner representatives to serve on the
      Fresno County Workforce Investment Board Youth Council
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30.                           Adopt resolution recommending to the local Emergency Medical Services
                              Agency the creation of an exclusive operating area for emergency ambulance
                              services in Fresno County Ambulance Zone 'J' (Sequoia Safely Council-Reedley)
31.                           Make a finding that it is in the best interest of the County to waive the competitive
                              bidding process consistent with Administrative Policy No. 34 for the solicitation of
                              health benefits plan proposals for Plan Year 2006; and authorize the Director of
                              Personnel Services to solicit health benefits plan proposals and negotiate
                              agreements with vendors to provide those benefits to County employees, retirees
                              and their dependents in Plan Year 2006
32.                           Adopt resolution increasing FY 2004-05 appropriations and estimated revenue in
                              Capital Projects Org. 1910 in the amount of $390,000 to complete maintenance
                              projects at the County Plaza, Hall of Records, Main Jail and the Weights and
                              Measures Facility (4/5 vote)
33.                           Authorize the submission of an application to the California Office of Traffic
                              Safety for child passenger safety promotion and education grant funding for
                              Federal Fiscal Years 2006 and 2007
34.                           Approve and authorize the Clerk to execute Budget Transfer No. 39 in the
                              amount of $10,000 for FY 2004-05 the Board of Supervisors Org. 0110; adopt
                              resolution increasing the FY 2004-05 Interest and Miscellaneous Org. 2540
                              appropriations and estimated revenues in the amount of $55,000 (4/5 vote); and
                              adopt resolution increasing the FY 2004-05 Board of Supervisors Org. 0110
                              appropriations from prior year in the amount of $55,000 (4/5 vote)

Agreements - Approve and Authorize Chairman to Execute
35.                           Agreement with Davis Guest Home Inc., for specialized residential care beds for
                              mental health conservatees ($62,500)
36.                           Amendment to Agreement with Quest Diagnostics, formerly known as Unilab
                              Inc., for clinical laboratory testing services provided to the human services
                              departments
37.                           Agreement with Eminence HeaIthCare, Inc., for Drug-Medi-Cal outpatient alcohol
                              and/or drug treatment services ($302,677) and agreement with 20/20 Vision
                              Residential Treatment Center, Inc., for Drug Medi-Cal perinatal residential
                              alcohol and/or drug treatment services ($162,000)
38.                           Sole source agreement with Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission
                              (FCEOC) for alcohol and drug prevention services ($42,500)
Afternoon C ons ent Ag enda
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            AFTERNOON CONSENT AGENDA – Item Numbers 39 – 48
          (Any Board Member may pull any consent item for discussion or separate vote)

Administrative Office
39.   Approve Salary Resolution Amendment associated with Department of Public
      Works and Planning as shown on Appendix "C" attached as Exhibit "A", on file
      with Clerk to the Board of Supervisors, effective January 31, 2005
40.   Make a finding that it is in the best interest of the County to waive the competitive
      bidding process consistent with Administrative Policy No. 34 for the selection of a
      firm or individual to conduct an executive search; and authorize the Director of
      Personnel Services to solicit quotes and negotiate agreement with firm or
      individual to conduct the executive search
41.   Approve and authorize Clerk to execute Budget Transfer No. 36 ($915) from
      County Service Area No. 2, Tenaya Estates, Org. 9142 Contingencies to
      Maintenance Buildings and Grounds for FY 2004-05; adopt budget resolution
      increasing FY 2004-05 appropriations ($20,000) in County Service Area No. 2,
      Tenaya Estates, Org. 9142 Maintenance Buildings and Grounds from General
      Reserves; and approve agreement with Jon Alsdorf - Landscape Contractor for
      beautification and maintenance improvements to Tenaya Park ($84,451) (4/5
      vote)
42.   Accept Right-of-Way Contract/Temporary Construction Permit for Fresno Slough
      Bridge on Kamm Avenue east of Lassen Avenue ($133)
43.   Accept Right-of-Way Contract for Fresno Slough Bypass Bridge on Kamm
      Avenue east of Lassen Avenue ($200)
44.   Adopt resolution authorizing stop signs at intersection of California and
      Dickenson Avenues, stopping northbound and southbound traffic on Dickenson
      Avenue

Agreements - Approve and Authorize Chairman to Execute
45.   Amendment No. 5 to FY 2002-03 Community Development Block Grant Program
      Action Plan to add Clovis College Square Area Road Reconstruction Project No.
      03119 and Agreement with City of Clovis for College Square Area Road
      Reconstruction Project No. 03119 ($249,700)
46.   Program Supplement M022 R1 to Administering Agency-State Master
      Agreement No. 06-5942 for Friant Road reconstruction and widening project
47.   Agreement with Craig Madden to work on County's e-government permit system
      and integrate with Geographic Information System
48.   Agreements with RMC Pacific Materials, Inc. ($344,607) and Greystone
      Environmental Consultants, Inc. ($269,607) for preparation of Environmental
      Impact Report for Unclassified Conditional Use Permit Application No. 3100 for
      proposed Jesse Morrow Mountain Quarry Project

								
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