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					                           STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
                 COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                                 REGULAR MEETING
                         TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2004, 9:00 AM
                          Board of Supervisors North Chamber
                 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 310, San Diego, California


MORNING SESSION: - Meeting was called to order at 9:10 a.m.
Present: Supervisors Dianne Jacob, Chairwoman; Pam Slater-Price, Vice Chairwoman; Greg
Cox; Ron Roberts; Bill Horn; also Thomas J. Pastuszka, Clerk.

Invocation led by Father Mark Earl of the Saint Philip-the-Apostle Parish in Lemon Grove.

Pledge of Allegiance led by Noel Miller, Jewell Ellison, Chelsea Hemingway, Xena Horne,
and Brynli McBride of the El Cajon Daisy Girl Scout Troup #6002.

Approval of Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for the Meeting of May 11, 2004 and May
18, 2004.

ACTION:
ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Slater-Price, the Board of
Supervisors approved the Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for the Meeting of May 11,
2004 and May 18, 2004.

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

Public Communication: [No Speakers]




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                Agenda
Category         No.     Subject
Public Safety   1.       FOCUS ON FEMALE METHAMPHETAMINE USE

                2.       DISTRICT ATTORNEY – CRIMINAL
                         RESTITUTION COMPACT CONTRACT WITH THE
                         STATE OF CALIFORNIA VICTIM
                         COMPENSATION AND GOVERNMENT CLAIMS
                         BOARD

                3.       DISTRICT ATTORNEY – STATE SEIZED ASSET
                         FORFEITURE PROGRAM
                         [FUNDING SOURCE(S): DISTRICT ATTORNEY
                         STATE SEIZED ASSET FORFEITURE FUND
                         BALANCE]
                         (4 VOTES)

                4.       SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ACCEPTANCE OF A
                         GRANT FROM THE INDIAN GAMING LOCAL
                         COMMUNITY BENEFIT COMMITTEE AND
                         REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE
                         ACQUISITION OF A HELICOPTER
                         [FUNDING SOURCE(S): GRANT FROM IGLCBC
                         AND ASTREA TRUST FUND]

                5.       REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO ACQUIRE A FIRE
                         AND LIFE SAFETY HELICOPTER

                6.       SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT’S ACCEPTANCE OF
                         DONATION AND REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF
                         OUT OF COUNTRY BUSINESS

                7.       SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR THE
                         PROCUREMENT OF HOSPITAL GUARD
                         SERVICES

                8.       OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES –
                         HOMELAND SECURITY GRANTS APPLICATION
                         AND ACCEPTANCE
                         [FUNDING SOURCE(S): STATE OF CALIFORNIA
                         STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT
                         PROGRAM]




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                 Agenda
Category          No.     Subject
                 9.       OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES - GRANT
                          ACCEPTANCE – FEMA SUPPLEMENTAL GRANT
                          AND THE ALCOA FOUNDATION FOR
                          COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM
                          DEVELOPMENT
                          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): THE STATE OF
                          CALIFORNIA GOSERV CERT PROGRAM AND
                          REVENUE OF ALCOA FOUNDATION]

                 10.      OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES GRANT
                          ACCEPTANCE – PRE-DISASTER MITIGATION
                          COMPETITIVE GRANT PROGRAM
                          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): FEMA PRE-DISASTER
                          MITIGATION COMPETITIVE GRANT]

                 11.      PROBATION DEPARTMENT: PUTTING
                          JUVENILE OFFENDERS BACK ON TRACK
                          (4 VOTES)

Land Use &       12.      AGREEMENTS WITH SELECTED RECIPIENTS OF
Environment               INDIAN GAMING SPECIAL DISTRIBUTION
                          FUND GRANTS

Health & Human   13.      FUNDING FOR PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF
Services                  EDGEMOOR SKILLED NURSING FACILITY
                          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): UNSECURITIZED
                          TOBACCO SETTLEMENT TRUST FUND]
                          (4 VOTES)

                 14.      PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
                          LABORATORY SUPPLIES
                          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): HEALTH REALIGNMENT
                          REVENUES]

                 15.      DONATIONS TO THE HEALTH AND HUMAN
                          SERVICES AGENCY FOR THE A.B. AND JESSIE
                          POLINSKY CHILDREN'S CENTER

                 16.      IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC
                          AUTHORITY INTERAGENCY AGREEMENT
                          [FUNDING SOURCE(S): IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE
                          SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY]
                          (RELATES TO IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES
                          PUBLIC AUTHORITY AGENDA NO. 1)



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                      Agenda
Category               No.     Subject
Community Services    17.      LEASE AGREEMENT FOR HEALTH AND
                               HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY NORTH CENTRAL
                               MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC AND CASE
                               MANAGEMENT, 1250 MORENA BOULEVARD,
                               SAN DIEGO
                               [FUNDING SOURCE(S): HEALTH AND HUMAN
                               SERVICES AGENCY, MENTAL HEALTH
                               REALIGNMENT FOR ALL FISCAL YEARS]

                      18.      SET HEARING FOR 7/13/04
                               INTENTION TO ENTER INTO AN OPTION TO
                               PURCHASE AND SALE OF SURPLUS REAL
                               PROPERTY – COUNTY PARCEL 2003-0300-A -
                               BUSINESS PARK DRIVE, VISTA
                               (4 VOTES)

Financial & General   19.      LOCAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS
Government

                      20.      ALLOCATION OF COMMUNITY PROJECTS
                               FUNDS

                      21.      NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                               ISSUANCE OF TAX-EXEMPT BONDS BY THE
                               ASSOCIATION OF BAY AREA GOVERNMENTS
                               FINANCE AUTHORITY FOR ZOOLOGICAL
                               SOCIETY OF SAN DIEGO

                      22.      APPROVAL OF THE FINANCING DOCUMENTS
                               FOR THE 2004 PENSION OBLIGATION BONDS

                      23.      RETIREMENT BOARD ELECTION – THIRD
                               (GENERAL) MEMBERS

                      24.      AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION
                               ORDINANCE

                      25.      SUNSET REVIEW OF BOARD POLICIES
                               ASSIGNED TO THE FINANCE AND GENERAL
                               GOVERNMENT GROUP

                      26.      NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                               CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE: HIGH TECH
                               MIDDLE



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                       Agenda
Category                No.     Subject
Communications         27.      COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED
Received

Appointments           28.      ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:
                                APPOINTMENTS

Closed Session         29.      CLOSED SESSION

Financial & General    30.      RESOLUTION EXTENDING TIME FOR BUDGET
Government                      HEARINGS

Presentations/Awards   31.      PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS




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1.       SUBJECT:          FOCUS ON FEMALE METHAMPHETAMINE USE
                           (DISTRICTS: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         Use of the intense stimulant methamphetamine is soaring in communities across the
         nation. In many areas, explosive labs and ruthless dealers have stretched resources
         dangerously thin. In San Diego County however, problems associated with meth are
         holding relatively steady. Regional law enforcement agencies report fewer seizures of
         toxic meth labs. Still, the artificial stimulant remains the illicit drug-of-choice among
         lawbreakers in the region, fueling crime, violence and disorder.

          Since its inception in 1996, the County of San Diego Methamphetamine Strike Force
          has tackled meth-related community problems with measurable success. Recently,
          Strike Force officials have become concerned about the number of females using meth.
          In 2002, 37 percent of women arrested for crimes in San Diego County tested positive
          for meth at the time of their arrest.

          There is a need to explore the dangerous bond between meth and women who enter the
          region’s criminal justice system. By deepening our understanding of this particular
          drug, we can develop more calculated ways to lessen its historic chokehold on our
          region.

         Approval of this item will authorize County staff to work with the Methamphetamine
         Strike Force to develop a Board-hosted conference on female meth use.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         There is no fiscal impact associated with the proposal.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHAIRWOMAN JACOB AND DISTRICT ATTORNEY:
         Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to work with the Methamphetamine Strike
         Force to conduct a Board-hosted conference on female meth use.

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

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


2.       SUBJECT:          DISTRICT ATTORNEY – CRIMINAL RESTITUTION
                           COMPACT CONTRACT WITH THE STATE OF
                           CALIFORNIA VICTIM COMPENSATION AND
                           GOVERNMENT CLAIMS BOARD (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         Your Board approved the Criminal Restitution Compact (CRC) contract on June 11,
         2002 (13). This contract is funded by the California Victim Compensation and
         Government Claims Board (State Board) and supports the mission and goals of the


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         Restitution Enforcement & Victim Services Division of the District Attorney that seeks
         to restore losses incurred by victims of crime and to return what was taken from them as
         the result of crimes.
         This request is to approve the CRC contract with the California Victim Compensation
         and Government Claims Board in the total amount of $267,798 for Fiscal Year 2004-05.
         If approved, this request will support the District Attorney’s restitution enforcement
         program and will help accomplish the District Attorney’s vision of achieving justice and
         creating a safe and livable community for the San Diego region.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         The funds for the CRC contract are included in the FY 2004-05 CAO Proposed
         Operational Plan. The annual cost of the program is $404,359 offset by $267,798 in
         revenue from the State Board for a net cost of $136,561. The Governor’s proposed
         budget does not impact this funding source. Approval of this request will not require
         the addition of staff.

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

         2. Ratify the signature of the Chairwoman of the Board of Supervisors on the Grant
            Award Face Sheet and adopt the Resolution approving the Criminal Restitution
            Compact with the State of California Victim Compensation and Government Claims
            Board in the amount of $267,798 for Fiscal Year 2004-05.

         3. Authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board, on extensions and amendments that
            do not materially impact or alter either the grant program or funding level.

         ACTION:
         ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board of
         Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 04-100
         entitled: RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY DISTRICT
         ATTORNEY CRIMINAL RESTITUTION COMPACT WITH CALIFORNIA VICTIM
         COMPENSATION AND GOVERNMENT CLAIMS BOARD.

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


3.       SUBJECT:         DISTRICT ATTORNEY – STATE SEIZED ASSET
                          FORFEITURE PROGRAM (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         The District Attorney is requesting appropriations of $5,000 from the District
         Attorney’s State Seized Asset Forfeiture Fund to pay for the one-time printing and
         publishing costs of the District Attorney’s 2003 Annual Report. This Annual Report
         will deliver the District Attorney’s vision of creating a safe and livable community for
         the San Diego region.



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         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this request are not included in the District Attorney’s Fiscal Year 2003-04
         Adopted Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in direct costs and
         revenue of $5,000 in Fiscal Year 2003-04 and will not require the addition of staff
         years. The funding source for this proposal is District Attorney State Seized Asset
         Forfeiture Fund Balance.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         DISTRICT ATTORNEY:
         1. Waive Board Policy A-91, Mid-Year Budget Changes.
         2. Establish appropriations of $5,000 in the District Attorney’s General Fund, for
            services and supplies, based upon an operating transfer from the District Attorney’s
            State Seized Asset Forfeiture Fund. (4 Votes)
         3. Establish appropriations of $5,000 in the District Attorney’s State Seized Asset
            Forfeiture Fund, Operating Transfer Out, to reimburse the District Attorney’s
            General Fund for incurred services and supplies costs, based upon available State
            Seized Asset Forfeiture Fund Balance. (4 Votes)

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

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


4.       SUBJECT:          SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ACCEPTANCE OF A GRANT
                           FROM THE INDIAN GAMING LOCAL COMMUNITY
                           BENEFIT COMMITTEE AND REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
                           FOR THE ACQUISITION OF A HELICOPTER
                           (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         During the wildfires of October 2003, it was clearly demonstrated that San Diego
         County needs new firefighting resources that will not be diverted to other regions. The
         San Diego Sheriff’s Department operates Aerial Support to Regional Enforcement
         Agencies (ASTREA), delivering search and rescue, fire suppression, and law
         enforcement support to all public safety agencies in the region. All of the helicopters in
         the current ASTREA fleet are Type III helicopters.
         The Sheriff’s Department submitted a grant application and has been awarded
         $1,500,000 from the Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee (IGLCBC)
         for the acquisition of a Type II, medium lift turbine helicopter to augment the Sheriff’s
         Aviation Detail. The Type II helicopter has a significantly larger water capacity than
         the Type III helicopters currently used in ASTREA. Funds for this grant will come from
         the Barona, Sycuan and Viejas Tribes. An additional $400,000 identified from the
         Sheriff’s ASTREA Trust Fund can be applied towards the $1,900,000 estimated
         acquisition and outfitting cost. First year operating costs would be approximately


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    $100,000 for the period of May 1, 2005 through June 30, 2005. Adequate services and
    supplies appropriations are included within the proposed FY 2004-05 budget for the
    Sheriff’s Department to cover the first year operating cost. Ongoing annual operational
    costs for fuel, maintenance, insurance, etc. would total $600,000 and the Sheriff
    recommends that the Board utilize a portion of the $2,100,000 in ongoing funding
    established for helicopter operations pursuant to the Board’s action taken on February
    10, 2004 (1). The Sheriff will utilize existing staff to fly and maintain the new
    helicopter.

    FISCAL IMPACT:
    Funds for this request are not budgeted. If approved, this request will result in
    $2,000,000 in costs during Fiscal Year 2004/05 ($1,900,000 for the helicopter
    acquisition and $100,000 for two months operating costs). The funding sources for the
    acquisition are a $1,500,000 grant from IGLCBC and $400,000 from the Sheriff’s
    ASTREA Trust Fund. First year operating costs of $100,000 can be absorbed within the
    Sheriff’s proposed FY 2004-05 services and supplies budget, and are based on general
    purpose revenues. Ongoing annual operating expenses estimated at $600,000 for fuel,
    insurance and maintenance can be funded utilizing a portion of the ongoing funding set
    aside pursuant to the Board’s action on February 10, 2004 (1); $2,100,000 is included in
    the 2004-05 proposed budget for fire fighting helicopter operations utilizing general
    purpose revenue. This action will require the addition of no staff years and there is no
    local match requirement for this grant.

    RECOMMENDATION:
    SHERIFF:
    1. Ratify the Sheriff’s Department submission and authorize the acceptance of a grant
       from the IGLCBC in the amount of $1,500,000.
    2. Authorize the Sheriff to execute the IGLCBC grant documents and any extensions,
       amendments or revisions thereof that do not materially impact or alter either the
       grant program or funding level.
    3. Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to prepare a Budget Change Letter for
       consideration during FY 2004/05 budget deliberations for the purpose of
       establishing $1,900,000 of appropriations within the Sheriff’s Department for the
       purchase and outfitting of a Type II medium-lift turbine helicopter based on revenue
       of $1,500,000 from a grant from IGLCBC and $400,000 in the ASTREA Trust
       Fund, and to earmark a $600,000 portion of the $2,100,000 in ongoing general
       purpose revenue identified pursuant to the Board’s action on February 10, 2004 (1)
       for annual ongoing fire fighting helicopter operating costs in FY 2005-06 and
       beyond.
    4. In accordance with Section 401, Article XXIII of the County Administrative Code
       authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to: 1) Issue a
       Competitive Solicitation to acquire a Type II medium-lift turbine helicopter from the
       private sector and to negotiate a total price for such a helicopter to be outfitted
       pursuant to the Sheriff’s specifications; 2) Simultaneously solicit a proposal from
       the California Department of Forestry (CDF) to acquire a Federal Excess Personal
       Property (FEPP) Type II medium-lift turbine helicopter, and to adjust such cost by
       the amount the Sheriff determines to be necessary to outfit such FEPP helicopter for


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                     total price comparison purposes; and 3) Subject to successful negotiations and
                     determination of a fair and reasonable price to acquire a Type II medium-lift turbine
                     helicopter and any necessary outfitting, make all necessary contract award(s) and
                     outfit the helicopter following the Sheriff’s determination as to which option for
                     providing the helicopter is most efficient and effective.
               5. Authorize the Sheriff to enter into agreements with the California Department of
                  Forestry as well as local fire agencies for purposes of aerial deployment of
                  firefighting personnel.
               6. Authorize the Sheriff to enter into agreements with the Barona, Sycuan and Viejas
                  Tribes to ensure that equipment acquired with IGLCBC funding will be used to
                  protect the entire County, including Tribal lands.

               ACTION:
     4.        A Main Motion was placed on the floor by Supervisor Jacob, Seconded by Supervisor
               Slater-Price, to take action as recommended by the Sheriff. (No action was taken on the
               motion, as a Substitute Motion was placed on the floor. See Action 4.1)

     4.1       ON MOTION of Supervisor Roberts, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of
               Supervisors approved a Substitute Motion, amending recommendation number 3 to
               read: “Direct the Chief Administrative Officer to prepare a Budget Change Letter for
               consideration during FY 2004/05 budget deliberations for the purpose of establishing
               $1,900,000 of appropriations within the Sheriff’s Department for the purchase and
               outfitting of a Type II medium-lift turbine helicopter based on revenue of $1,500,000
               from a grant from IGLCBC and $400,000 in the ASTREA Trust Fund, and to seek
               $600,000 in ongoing revenue after the Conklin & de Decker Phase II Study is
               completed and the recommendations of our regional commission are before the Board.”

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

               (Supervisors Jacob and Slater-Price requested the Minutes reflect that their “No” vote
               was based on their support of the entire package of recommendations of the Sheirff)


5.             SUBJECT:            REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO ACQUIRE A FIRE AND
                                   LIFE SAFETY HELICOPTER (DISTRICT: ALL)

               OVERVIEW:
               On December 9, 2003 (7), at the request of Supervisor Roberts and Supervisor Horn,
               your Board directed the Chief Administrative Officer to explore the creation of a
               governing body that would oversee the operation of a fire and life safety helicopter.
               Your Board also directed the Chief Administrative Officer to explore funding options to
               acquire, staff and maintain a fire and life safety helicopter that would be permanently
               based in San Diego County.
               On February 10, 2004 (1), your Board established the Fire and Life Safety Helicopter
               Operating Council, and directed that the Council submit, through the Chief
               Administrative Officer, appropriate recommendations to acquire and operate a fire and


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         life safety helicopter. The Fire and Life Safety Helicopter Operating Council’s
         preliminary recommendation is contained in this board letter. The proposed action will
         competitively procure a fire and life safety helicopter to enhance public health and well
         being throughout San Diego County.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this request are budgeted. The funding source is the FY 2004-05 CAO
         Proposed Operational Plan. $3.5 million was budgeted for this purpose by your Board
         on February 10, 2004 (1). This amount will be reduced by $120,000 due to Board action
         on May 18, 2004 (21) to lease a helicopter effective July 1, 2004, leaving a balance of
         $3,380,000. If approved, this request will result in up to $3,380,000 in FY 2004-05
         costs. This request will not require additional staff years.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY HELICOPTER OPERATING COUNCIL:
         In accordance with Section 401, Article XXIII of the County Administrative Code
         authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to issue a
         Competitive Solicitation to acquire and refurbish a used, twin-engine, Type II helicopter
         similar to and equipped the same as Copter One operated by the San Diego Regional
         Fire and Rescue Helicopter Program, and upon successful negotiations and
         determination of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract, and to amend the contract
         as needed to reflect changes to services and funding.

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

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


6.       SUBJECT:          SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT’S ACCEPTANCE OF DONATION
                           AND REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF OUT OF COUNTRY
                           BUSINESS (DISTRICT: ALL)


         OVERVIEW:
         Section 66 of the Administrative Code of the County of San Diego and Board of
         Supervisors Policy A-112 permits the acceptance of gifts by the administrative head of
         each department in the County, subject to ratification of the Board of Supervisors. The
         U.S. Marshals Service/Violent Crimes Task Force is donating airfare, lodging, ground
         transportation expenses, and tuition valued at $3,054, so that a Sheriff’s employee can
         attend training at the International Fugitive Conference.
         Per Board of Supervisors Policy D-7, this is a request for one Deputy Sheriff to travel to
         Toronto, Canada from June 6, 2004 through June 11, 2004 to attend the International
         Fugitive Conference. The incumbent is currently assigned to the Sheriff’s Felony
         Warrant Unit (FWU) and San Diego Violent Crimes Task Force (VCTF).




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         FISCAL IMPACT:
         There is no net county cost associated with this request. The U.S. Marshals
         Service/Violent Crimes Task Force will be paying for all of the travel expenses. The
         Sheriff’s employee will be receiving his regular salary and benefits. No overtime will
         be generated as a result of the trip.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         SHERIFF:
         1. Accept the donation of airfare, lodging, ground transportation expenses, and tuition
            valued at $3,054 from the U.S. Marshals Service/Violent Crimes Task Force.
         2. Authorize the Chairperson of the Board of Supervisors to sign a letter of
            appreciation to the U.S. Marshals Service/Violent Crimes Task Force.
         3. Approve out-of-country travel to Toronto, Canada for a Sheriff’s employee to attend
            training at the International Fugitive Conference, during the following dates: June 6,
            2004 through June 11, 2004.

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

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


7.       SUBJECT:         SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR THE
                          PROCUREMENT OF HOSPITAL GUARD SERVICES
                          (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         This request is to approve a sole source contract with Heritage Security Services for the
         provision of security officers to guard low level classified inmates in the Sheriff’s
         custody that have been admitted to hospitals and other health care facilities in San
         Diego County.
         Low level inmates are those inmates who pose a low security risk to staff and other
         inmates; have no current or significant prior assault or escape history; and, have no
         known discipline problems. The use of contracted security services to guard low risk
         hospitalized inmates has proven to be a more economical alternative to using the more
         expensive Deputy Sheriff. Hospital guard services are currently provided at an hourly
         rate of $15.48 per hour whereas the Department would pay an estimated average hourly
         rate of $37.90 per hour to assign a Deputy Sheriff to provide this same service.
         The use of contracted security services is beneficial to the Department since it not only
         provides an estimated hourly savings of $22.42 per hour but, more importantly, it
         supports the continuous operations of the detentions facilities by enabling the
         assignment of deputies to more critical duties within the facilities.




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         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this request are included in the FY 2004-05 CAO Proposed Operational Plan.
         If approved, this request will result in an estimated cost of $500,000 and an estimated
         total cost of $2,500,000 over a period of five years and will not require the addition of
         staff years.

         RECOMMENDATION:
         SHERIFF:
         1. Waive the advertising and competitive procurement requirements of Board Policy
            A-87.
         2. Authorize the Director of Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with
            Heritage Security Services, and, subject to successful negotiations and determination
            of a fair and reasonable price, award a contract not to exceed $500,000 a year for a
            period of one year, with four one-year renewal options, for security services to guard
            prisoners in hospitals and other health care facilities in San Diego County.

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

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


8.       SUBJECT:         OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES – HOMELAND
                          SECURITY GRANTS APPLICATION AND ACCEPTANCE
                          (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         On July 29, 2003 (2), your Board authorized the Office of Emergency Services (OES) to
         apply for the FY 03 State Homeland Security Grant (Part II). The County of San Diego
         has been awarded $6,689,008. This funding is for planning, the continued development
         of an exercise program, equipment purchases and grant administration. This is a request
         to accept these funds to be used by the County, the incorporated cities and those special
         districts with a role in response to a terrorist attack. This is also a request for
         authorization to apply for and accept the FY04 Homeland Security Grant. The San
         Diego Operational Area is eligible for up to $10,383,187 in grant funding. The FY04
         grant incorporates the State Homeland Security Grant (SHSG), the Citizen Corps
         Program (CCP) Grant and the Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program
         (LETPP) Grants. In previous years, these were individual grants requiring their own
         application and administration process.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2004-2005 CAO Proposed
         Operational Plan. If approved, this will result in no current year costs and $17,072,195
         in costs and revenue in Fiscal Year 2004-2005. The funding source is the State of
         California State Homeland Security Grant program. There will be no General Fund cost
         and the proposal will require no additional staff years.


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         RECOMMENDATION:
         CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
         1. Authorize the Office of Emergency Services to accept a grant from the Governor’s
            Office of Emergency Services for the FY03 State Homeland Security Grant (Part II)
            in the amount of $6,689,008 to purchase equipment to enhance response to
            chemical, biological and radiological incidents as well as conduct exercises,
            planning and administration.
         2. Authorize the Office of Emergency Services to submit a grant application to the
            Office of Homeland Security for the FY04 State Homeland Security Grant and
            accept the grant in the amount of $10,383,187 to purchase equipment to enhance
            response to chemical, biological and radiological incidents as well as conduct
            exercises, planning and administration.

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

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


9.       SUBJECT:         OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES - GRANT
                          ACCEPTANCE – FEMA SUPPLEMENTAL GRANT AND THE
                          ALCOA FOUNDATION FOR COMMUNITY EMERGENCY
                          RESPONSE TEAM DEVELOPMENT (DISTRICT: ALL)

         OVERVIEW:
         On January 28, 2003 (9), your Board authorized the Office of Emergency Services to
         apply for a grant offered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
         through the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism (GOSERV) to provide
         funding for the development of a Citizen Corps Council and for the development of a
         countywide Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program. The Citizen
         Corps Council was formed on April 15, 2003.
         This year, another grant from FEMA/GOSERV will provide $73,547 for the continuing
         development of the countywide CERT program. In addition, an unanticipated grant for
         $5,500 has been received from the ALCOA Foundation for the training of citizens to
         assist first responders.
         This is a request to accept these funds to be used by the County and the Citizen Corps
         Council for the continuing development of a countywide CERT program.

         FISCAL IMPACT:
         Funds for this request are included in Fiscal Year 2004-2005 CAO Proposed
         Operational Plan. If approved, this request will result in no current year cost and
         subsequent year costs of $79,047. The funding source is revenue of $73,547 from the
         State of California GOSERV CERT program and revenue of $5,500 from ALCOA
         Foundation. The ALCOA revenue was received in Fiscal Year 2003-2004 as
         unanticipated revenue, but was re-budgeted in the CAO Proposed Operational Plan as


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          Public Safety Group Fund Balance. There will be no General Fund cost and the
          proposal will require no additional staff years. There are no requirements for matching
          funds.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Authorize the Office of Emergency Services to accept the grant from the Governor’s
             Office on Service and Volunteerism (GOSERV) for $73,547 to continue the
             development of the countywide CERT program.
          2. Authorize the Office of Emergency Services to accept the $5,500 grant from
             ALCOA for use in the Countywide CERT program.

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

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


10.       SUBJECT:         OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES GRANT
                           ACCEPTANCE – PRE-DISASTER MITIGATION
                           COMPETITIVE GRANT PROGRAM (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          On September 23, 2003 (1), your Board authorized the submittal of the Federal
          Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Pre-Disaster Mitigation Competitive Grant
          of $603,761. The San Diego County Office of Emergency Services (OES) has taken the
          lead in using these funds to develop a Multi-Jurisdictional/Multi-hazard Mitigation Plan
          and the County Business Continuity Plan. This grant is consistent with the leadership
          shown by this Board in working towards developing a coordinated regional disaster
          response plan.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Funds for this request are included in the Fiscal Year 2004-05 CAO Proposed
          Operational Plan. If this request is approved, it will result in $603,761 in costs and
          revenue in Fiscal Year 2004-05. The funding source is FEMA Pre-Disaster Mitigation
          Competitive Grant. There will be a 25% ($150,940) match required of in-kind service
          costs to the County. No additional staff years are associated with this request.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          1. In accordance with Board Policy B-29, Fees, Grants, Revenue Contracts –
             Department Responsibility for Cost Recovery, authorize the Director, Office of
             Emergency Services to accept the Federal Emergency Management Agency
             (FEMA) grant for $603,761 to complete the Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan and the
             Business Continuity Plan.




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          2. In accordance with Board Policy A-87, Competitive Procurement, authorize the
             Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting to amend contract No. 46092
             with URS Corporation consultants to continue the development and implementation
             of a Multi-jurisdictional/Multi-hazard Mitigation Plan. Extend contract term through
             2006, subject to the availability of funds; and to amend the contract as required to
             reflect changes to services and funding allocations, subject to the approval of the
             Director, Office of Emergency Services. Waive the advertising requirement of
             Board Policy A-87.

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

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


11.       SUBJECT:         PROBATION DEPARTMENT: PUTTING JUVENILE
                           OFFENDERS BACK ON TRACK (DISTRICTS: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The State of California’s Board of Corrections has authorized an extension of the
          County’s Juvenile Accountability Block Grant (JABG) for one year, from July 1, 2003
          through June 30, 2004. The Board of Corrections has awarded $917,942 in funding for
          Fiscal Year 2003-04 and has identified the funding award of $701,588 for Fiscal Year
          2004-05. Accepting these funds will continue “Putting Juvenile Offenders Back On
          Track” for a fifth year and sixth year, through June 30, 2005. The purpose of this
          project is to improve interagency communication, ensure immediate and appropriate
          consequences for wards violating Juvenile Court orders, and provide expanded
          prevention and intervention services to status offenders and at-risk youth. The main
          components of this project are the Juvenile Court web site and Community Response
          Officer Program. This board letter requests authority to accept the JABG revenue for
          Fiscal Year 2003-04 and Fiscal Year 2004-05.
          Award notification to the County for the current fiscal year was delayed due to the
          transfer of State responsibility for JABG from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning to
          the Board of Corrections. The award notification was received by the County on April
          9, 2004.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The funds for this request are budgeted. Revenue of $917,942 is included in the
          Probation Department’s Fiscal Year 2003-04 operational plan based on the Board of
          Corrections grant award for the prior fiscal year. Revenue of $701,588 is included in
          the Probation Department’s Fiscal Year 2004-06 CAO Proposed operational plan.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          1. Waive Board Policy A-91, Mid-Year Budget Changes.




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          2.    Authorize the Chief Probation Officer to accept Juvenile Accountability Block
                Grant revenue of $917,942 for the period July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2004, and
                $701,588 for the period July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005, from the State of
                California’s Board of Corrections.
          3.    Approve and authorize the Chief Probation Officer to sign and submit applications,
                related contracts, amendments or extensions for the Juvenile Accountability Block
                Grant with the State of California.

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

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


12.       SUBJECT:            AGREEMENTS WITH SELECTED RECIPIENTS OF INDIAN
                              GAMING SPECIAL DISTRIBUTION FUND GRANTS
                              (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee (Committee) has selected
          grant applications to be funded by the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund. The
          selected projects, listed below, will reduce environmental risk through increased fire
          protection; increase public safety; and result in increased capability to deliver
          emergency services.
                   San Diego County Sheriff’s Department: $1.5 million for a medium lift
                    fire/search & rescue helicopter to augment the Sheriff’s aviation detail;
                   San Diego County District Attorney’s Office: $100,000 for the tribal liaison
                    project.
                   Intermountain Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department: $111,772.25 for the
                    Intermountain Fire Station.
                   Heartland Communications Authority: $70,000 for a computerized emergency
                    dispatch system.
                   San Diego Rural Fire Protection District: $100,000 for a collaborative dispatch
                    system.
          The Committee’s recommendation to allocate $2.25 Million to the San Miguel
          Consolidated Fire Protection District for acquisition of six new fire trucks is being
          considered by the Barona, Sycuan and Viejas Bands; they will report to the Committee
          on June 10 whether they want to sponsor that grant application.
          This is a request for the Board to delegate authority to enter into agreements with grant
          recipients to the Chief Administrative Officer or his designee. A formal agreement
          between County and non-County grant recipients will ensure that each party complies
          with the requirements of SB 621.




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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The amount the County will be receiving, in FY 03-04, for administering the grant
          program is $26,105, to be distributed as follows: Office of County Counsel: $9,439.50;
          Department of Planning and Land Use: $8,855.68; and Chief Administrative Office:
          $7,809.82.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, or his designee, to enter into agreements
          with selected recipients of Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund grants.

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

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

13.       SUBJECT:         FUNDING FOR PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF
                           EDGEMOOR SKILLED NURSING FACILITY (DISTRICT: 2)

          OVERVIEW:
          Edgemoor Hospital is a County-owned and operated Distinct Part/Skilled Nursing care
          facility in Santee that is licensed by the State of California under the San Diego County
          Psychiatric Hospital. Edgemoor currently provides care for approximately 175 patients.
          These patients have severe and long-term diagnoses such as AIDS, Huntington’s
          Chorea, Alzheimer’s and severe mental and behavioral issues. The current facility has
          buildings that range from 40 to 80 years of use, and maintaining the facility to properly
          care for the patients is a challenging and costly endeavor.

          Several years ago, at the recommendation of Supervisor Jacob, the Board initiated a
          process to pursue development of a new facility at Edgemoor. The Board subsequently
          determined to proceed with efforts to develop a new Edgemoor healthcare facility
          owned and operated by the County, and has taken a series of actions to move forward
          with this project. The Board has set aside acreage for a proposed Edgemoor facility,
          and has received a presentation on the conceptual design for the facility. Funding has
          been approved for design, construction document development, and completion of the
          environmental review process for construction of a new 192-bed Skilled Nursing
          facility.

          On January 15, 2002, (19), the Board authorized the Chief Financial Officer to seek
          long-term financing not to exceed $65 million through the issuance of Certificates of
          Participation (COP’s) via the Capital Financing Program sponsored by SANCAL. The
          Chief Financial Officer was also authorized to competitively procure underwriting
          services related to those certificates. Most recently, on July 23, 2002 (2), the Board
          approved the remaining funding to complete the construction document process.

          Project costs and funding sources have been reviewed carefully, and staff has
          reconfirmed that the project is feasible within the Board-approved long-term debt limit


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    of $65 million. While estimated construction costs have increased by approximately $2
    million due to an escalation in steel prices, the overall financing plan remains viable.

    Today’s item requests Board approval for a number of additional actions necessary to
    move forward with the construction phase of the Edgemoor Project. These actions
    involve: appropriating $6 million of unsecuritized Tobacco Settlement revenue for
    initial funding of overall construction costs, to be reimbursed from proceeds of the
    COP’s; adopting environmental findings; and authorizing contract-related actions by
    County staff.
    Design plans have been submitted to the State and final approvals are expected by
    Summer 2004. The Edgemoor project team is prepared to structure Certificates of
    Participation on behalf of SANCAL to finance the construction of the new Edgemoor
    facility once plans are approved. Appropriating Tobacco Settlement funds will allow
    the Edgemoor construction project to commence upon completion of the construction
    selection and contracting process, pending issuance of long-term debt.
    Staff will return for further approvals, including the necessary increase in the level of
    appropriations for the project, when final financing has been completed.

    FISCAL IMPACT:
    Appropriations of $5,689,863 for this project are currently budgeted in the Capital
    Outlay Fund in the Fiscal Year 03-04 budget. If approved, this request will result in
    increased current year cost and revenue of $6,000,000. The funding source is
    unsecuritized Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund. This action will result in total
    appropriations of $11,689,863 in Capital Project KK0866. Total funding includes
    $2,050,000 from the Edgemoor Development Fund and will include $9,369,863 from
    the unsecuritized Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund. There will be no change in net
    General Fund cost and no additional staff years as a result of this action.

    The estimated total project cost is $66.8 million. Debt proceeds would be used to
    reimburse the Edgemoor Development Fund ($2,050,000) and the unsecuritized
    Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund ($9,369,863). Debt service on Certificates of
    Participation is currently projected at approximately $4.1 million annually over 25
    years. The debt service would be paid from federal financial participation available
    under SB 1128 and proceeds from the sale or lease of surplus property surrounding
    Edgemoor.

    RECOMMENDATION:
    CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
    1. Waive Board Policy A-91, Mid-Year Budget Changes.

    2. Establish appropriations of $6,000,000 in the Capital Outlay fund Capital Project
       KK0866 based on revenue from the Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund (4 VOTES)

    3. Authorize the Auditor and Controller, upon receipt of the Edgemoor bond proceeds,
       to substitute the revenue funding from the Tobacco Settlement Trust with bond
       proceeds.




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          4. Adopt the Mitigated Negative Declaration dated October 30, 2003 on file with the
             Department of General Services; find it reflects the independent judgment and
             analysis of the Board of Supervisors and that such Board has reviewed and
             considered the information contained in the Mitigated Negative Declaration and
             comments received during public review; find that the revisions on the project plans
             would avoid the effects or mitigate the effects to a point where clearly no significant
             effects would occur; and, find on the basis of the whole record before the Board of
             Supervisors (including this Mitigated Negative Declaration) that there is no
             substantial evidence that the project as revised will have a significant effect on the
             environment.

          5. Adopt the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program prepared in accordance
             with Public Resources Code Section 21086.6. Instruct the Director of the
             Department of General Services to ensure compliance with the Mitigation
             Monitoring Program.

          6. Authorize the Director, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, to take any
             action authorized by section 401 et seq. of the Administrative Code, with respect to
             contracting for the subject public works project KK0866, New Skilled Nursing
             Facility, Santee.

          7. Designate the Director of General Services as the County Officer responsible for the
             administration of contracts related to this action.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended.

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


14.       SUBJECT:          PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH LABORATORY
                            SUPPLIES (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The County’s Public Health Laboratory currently uses proprietary equipment from a
          number of companies to perform automated laboratory testing for multiple diseases
          including tuberculosis, hepatitis and HIV diseases. Proprietary equipment used in the
          lab requires the use of specific supplies to ensure accurate and valid test results.
          Board authorization is requested to approve new blanket purchase agreements with
          current providers of compatible supplies: Abbott Laboratories, Trinity BioTech, Becton
          Dickinson, BioMerieux, GenProbe, Orasure Technologies, and Sanochemia for
          compatible laboratory testing supplies for the period of July 1, 2004 through June 30,
          2005 with four additional option years.




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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Funds for this proposal are included in the FY 2004-2006 Operational Plan. If approved,
          this request will result in FY 2004-2005 and subsequent year costs of $285,200. The
          funding source is Health Realignment revenues. There will be no change in net General
          Fund costs and no additional staff years.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          In accordance with Board Policies A-87, approve and authorize the Director,
          Department of Purchasing and Contracting to enter into negotiations with Abbott
          Laboratories, Trinity BioTech, Becton Dickinson, BioMerieux, GenProbe, Orasure
          Technologies, and Sanochemia; and, subject to successful negotiations and
          determination of fair and reasonable price, award purchase agreements for laboratory
          supplies and test kits, for the period of July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005 with four
          additional option years through June 30, 2009, and up to an additional six months if
          necessary pending the availability of funds, and to amend the agreements as required for
          changes that do not materially impact or alter the program or funding level, subject to
          approval of the Director, Health and Human Services Agency. Waive the advertising
          requirement of A-87.

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

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


15.       SUBJECT:          DONATIONS TO THE HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
                            AGENCY FOR THE A.B. AND JESSIE POLINSKY
                            CHILDREN'S CENTER (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          County Administrative Code Section 66 (Acceptance of Gifts) and Board Policy A-112
          (Acceptance of Gifts and Donations) require Board approval for the acceptance of gifts
          and donations over $5,000. The Health and Human Services Agency periodically
          receives cash gifts and in-kind donations worth $5,000 or more to benefit resident
          children at the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center, the County-operated
          emergency shelter care facility for abused, neglected, and abandoned children. The
          Board last accepted seven donations valued at $107,758 on May 6, 2003 (4). Board
          action is requested today to accept cash and in-kind donations, totaling $263,512, for the
          benefit of children at the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center.

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




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          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          1. Accept gifts and donations totaling $263,512 to the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky
             Children’s Center from: Charlene Hoekstra; the Child Abuse Prevention
             Foundation; Pure-Flo Water Company; Factory 2-U and employees; Michael
             Manning; the Make-a-Wish Foundation; I.P.C. Corporation; Wal-Mart El Cajon;
             Dan DeMarco; Richard Nucci; Parfums De Coeur; Chase Manhattan Mortgage;
             Olivenhain Pioneer Elementary School; the Willis Allen Company and San Diego
             Home/Garden Lifestyle Magazine; the Marx Foundation; Rancho Bernardo
             Community Presbyterian Church; Morgan Run Resort and Club; and the Susan Scott
             Foundation.
          2. Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to send letters of appreciation
             to the donors.

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

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


16.       SUBJECT:         IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY
                           INTERAGENCY AGREEMENT (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          An Interagency Agreement between the In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority
          and the County specifies responsibilities and obligations on the part of both entities,
          including the Public Authority’s purchase of certain services from the County. Under
          the agreement, the Health and Human Services Agency provides fiscal and contract
          monitoring for the Public Authority, the Department of Human Resources provides
          assistance with labor negotiations, County Counsel is available for legal assistance, and
          fiscal services are provided by the Auditor and Controller. Other County departments
          that provide necessary services include the Clerk of the Board, General Services, the
          Treasurer, and Purchasing and Contracting.
          The current Interagency Agreement, approved by the Board in December 2002, will
          expire June 30, 2004. An updated agreement has been prepared that reflects prior Board
          direction for the Public Authority to perform Department of Justice background
          clearances for providers wishing to be listed on the Authority’s Registry. The new
          agreement also includes several changes that are minor and non-material.
          Board action is requested to approve the Interagency Agreement for the period July 1,
          2004 through June 30, 2006, and to authorize future renewals as well as any changes
          that are not substantive. A companion item on today’s Public Authority Governing
          Body agenda requests Governing Body approval of the agreement.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          These funds are included in the Fiscal Year 2004-05 Operational Plan. If approved, this
          request will result in costs and revenues of $67,600. The funding source is the In-Home


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          Supportive Services Public Authority. There will be no change in net General Fund
          costs and no additional staff years.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Authorize and direct the Clerk of the Board to execute the Interagency Agreement
          between the County of San Diego In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority and
          the County of San Diego for the period July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2006; and
          authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute non-material amendments to the Agreement
          in the future, to include renewing the Agreement bi-annually upon the mutual written
          agreement of the parties, subject to the approval of the Director, Health and Human
          Services Agency.
          (Relates to In-Home Supportive Services Agenda No. 1)

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

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


17.       SUBJECT:         LEASE AGREEMENT FOR HEALTH AND HUMAN
                           SERVICES AGENCY NORTH CENTRAL MENTAL HEALTH
                           CLINIC AND CASE MANAGEMENT, 1250 MORENA
                           BOULEVARD, SAN DIEGO (DISTRICT: 4)

          OVERVIEW:
          The Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) has operated its North Central Mental
          Health Clinic and Case Management in a leased facility at 1250 Morena Boulevard, San
          Diego, since October 1988. Today's request is for Board approval of a new three-year
          lease at this location.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Funds for this request are budgeted in the Fiscal Year 2003-04 Operational Plan and
          included in the CAO Proposed Operational Plan for Fiscal Year 2004-05 and Fiscal
          Year 2005-06. If approved, this request will result in a current year cost of $244,930,
          and a subsequent year cost of $266,340. The funding source is Health and Human
          Services Agency, Mental Health Realignment for all fiscal years. There is no General
          Fund cost and the proposal will require no additional staff years.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          1.  Find, in accordance with Section 15301 of the California Environmental Quality
              Act (CEQA) Guidelines, that the proposed lease is categorically exempt from the
              provisions of CEQA, as it involves the continuation of an existing use.
          2.    Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to execute three
                copies of the lease agreement.



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          3.    Authorize the Director of the Department of General Services to exercise the
                option to extend the lease prior to its expiration, if appropriate.

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

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


18.       SUBJECT:         SET HEARING FOR 7/13/04
                           INTENTION TO ENTER INTO AN OPTION TO PURCHASE
                           AND SALE OF SURPLUS REAL PROPERTY – COUNTY
                           PARCEL 2003-0300-A - BUSINESS PARK DRIVE, VISTA
                           (DISTRICT 5)

          OVERVIEW:
          This is a request for the Board to take the necessary actions required to enter into an
          Option to Purchase and Sale of 16.06 acres of industrial land located at Business Park
          Drive and Sycamore Avenue in the City of Vista (Thomas Guide, page1107 J6). The
          two surplus parcels, Lots UU and VV of the Vista Business Park, were acquired in 1991
          for a trash transfer site and are no longer required for that purpose. This property is
          considered to be excess to County needs.
          Under the proposed process, the County would seek bids from prospective developers
          and users for a one-year option to develop the property for industrial use. It is
          anticipated that the successful bidder will develop this property in accordance with
          plans to be submitted to and approved by the City of Vista.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          If an Option to Purchase is approved, additional current year revenue is estimated to be
          a minimum of $150,000, with no annual revenue. If the selected high bidder elects to
          exercise the option and executes the Option to Purchase with the County, future one-
          time revenue is estimated to be a minimum of $8,750,000. No additional staff years will
          be required as a result of this action.
          Expenses and staff costs incurred by the Real Estate Services Division of the
          Department of General Services to process and manage this General Fund sale will be
          offset by a real estate management fee in an amount not to exceed $150,000. Such fee
          shall be transferred to the Facilities Management ISF – Real Estate Services Division
          from the Option Payment, after the 90-day Option Refund period has expired. All
          remaining proceeds of this sale will be deposited into the General Fund.

          BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:
          The successful bidder could potentially construct approximately 250,000 square feet of
          improvements on this combined County property with a projected total cost of
          approximately $15 million dollars. The completed project is anticipated to employ 150
          to 200 people full-time and an additional 100 to 125 construction workers will be
          employed during the six to eight-month construction period.



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          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
          1. Find that the Option to Purchase and Sale process is not subject to the environmental
             assessment process as a sale of surplus property is categorically exempt under
             Article 19, Section 15312 of the State of California Environmental Quality Act
             Guidelines.

          2. Declare this County property, County Parcel 2003-0300-A, surplus to County needs.

          3. Direct the Clerk of the Board to advertise the Notice of Intention to Enter into an
             Option to Purchase and Sale in accordance with Government Code Section 6063.

          4. Approve and adopt the attached Resolution of Intention to Enter into an Option to
             Purchase and Sale of Real Property and Notice Inviting Bids. (4 VOTES)

          5. On July 13, 2004, conduct the bid opening and approve the granting of an Option to
             Purchase of County Parcel 2003-0300-A to the highest bidder.

          6. Authorize the Director, Department of General Services, to perform all necessary
             actions to complete the sale of this property including the execution of the Option to
             Purchase Agreement, escrow instructions, and a Grant Deed.

          7. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer, Auditor and Controller, to deposit all General
             Fund proceeds of this Option to Purchase and Sale, less expenses to be credited to
             the Facilities Management ISF – Real Estate Services Division, into the General
             Fund.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent; setting hearing for July 13, 2004
          at 9:00 a.m. and adopting Resolution No. 04-101 entitled: RESOLUTION OF
          INTENTION TO ENTER INTO AN OPTION TO PURCHASE AND SALE OF REAL
          PROPERTY AND NOTICE INVITING BIDS.

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

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

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

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The fiscal impact of the proposed recommendations is $14,130. This action will result in
          the addition of no staff years and no future costs.




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          RECOMMENDATION:
          SUPERVISOR COX:
          1. Allocate $5,500 from the Community Projects budget (0261) to Casa Familiar for
             the purchase of technology equipment for translation and community presentations.

           2. Allocate $1,000 from the Community Projects budget (0261) to The Effect for costs
              associated with the Annual Community Juneteenth Extravaganza.

           3. Allocate $2,500 from the Community Projects budget (0261) to the Friends of the
              Arts for production, printing, and distribution of the Mozaic arts calendar and
              newsletter.

           4. Allocate $1,500 from the Community Projects budget (0261) to the Ocean Beach
              Antique Association for costs associated with the Antiques on the Avenue Street
              Fair.

           5. Find that the allocation to the Health and Human Services Agency is exempt from
              the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines
              section 15301.

           6. Transfer $3,630 from the Community Projects budget (0261) to the Health and
              Human Services Agency San Pasqual Academy Project Org 46205, Account 2340
              for HVAC repairs including replacement of a compressor and minor expenses
              associated with maintenance of the campus.

           7. Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute a grant agreement with the
              organizations listed in Recommendations 1 through 4, establishing terms for receipt
              of the funds described above.

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

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

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


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

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

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          The total combined cost of the proposed recommendation is $323,880. Appropriations
          are available in the Community Projects Budget unit (0264). This action will result in
          the addition of no staff years and no future costs.


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    RECOMMENDATION:
    SUPERVISOR ROBERTS:
    1. Find that the allocations to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater San Diego, the George
       Barnes Family Junior Tennis Center and the Pro Kids Golf Academy are exempt
       from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA
       Guidelines section 15301.

    2. Allocate $40,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Boys &
       Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego to refurbish the Learning Center at the Clairemont
       Boys & Girls Club.

    3. Allocate $25,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the World
       Foundation for Smart Communities to produce an outreach program for Envision
       San Diego.

    4. Allocate $25,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the George
       Barnes Family Junior Tennis Center for computer upgrades to the Learning Center
       and for court lighting replacement and repairs.

    5. Allocate $50,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the San Diego
       Hall of Champions for program needs.

    6. Allocate $50,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to Pro Kids Golf
       Academy to complete renovations to the golf course.

    7. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Center for
       Community Solutions for the Youth-to-Youth Helpline.

    8. Allocate $50,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Vietnam
       Veterans of San Diego for furniture and equipment for the Veterans’ Village of San
       Diego.

    9. Allocate $25,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Senior
       Community Centers for two new refrigerators and a sandwich sealer.

    10. Allocate $18,880 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Taiwanese
        American Foundation of San Diego for office equipment and information
        technology equipment.

    11. Allocate $20,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Epilepsy
        Foundation of San Diego County for program needs.

    12. Allocate $10,000 from the Community Projects Budget unit (0264) to the Friends of
        San Pasqual Academy for program needs.

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



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

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

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

21.       SUBJECT:         NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                           ISSUANCE OF TAX-EXEMPT BONDS BY THE
                           ASSOCIATION OF BAY AREA GOVERNMENTS FINANCE
                           AUTHORITY FOR ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF SAN DIEGO
                           (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The Zoological Society of San Diego has applied to ABAG Finance Authority for Non-
          profit Corporations to issue revenue bonds, in an amount not to exceed $45,000,000 (the
          “Bonds”). The proceeds of the Bonds will be used to finance and/or refinance the
          acquisition, construction, improvement, furnishing and equipping of an internal visitor
          transportation system, a monorail replacement program and other related appurtenant
          facilities to the Wild Animal Park located in the San Pasqual Valley. The County of
          San Diego is a member of this finance authority, which assists non-profit corporations
          through the issuance of tax-exempt debt. The only role of the County of San Diego in
          this project is to approve the financing solely for purposes of satisfying the public
          approval requirement of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”) of
          1986. Similar approvals have been given to other conduits to be financed by ABAG.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          If approved, this proposal will result in $1,000 of revenue to be used to fund the
          County’s Investor Relations Programs as approved by the Board of Supervisors in the
          County’s Debt Management Policy (B-65). No additional staff years will be required.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER AND DEBT ADVISORY COMMITTEE:
          Adopt the resolution approving the tax-exempt financing and the issuance of the Bonds
          by the ABAG for the Zoological Society solely for purposes of satisfying the
          requirements of the Code.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board of
          Supervisors closed the hearing and took action as recommended, on Consent; adopting
          Resolution No. 04-102 entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
          OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO APPROVING THE ISSUANCE BY THE ABAG
          FINANCE AUTHORITY FOR NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS OF NOT TO
          EXCEED $45,000,000 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF REVENUE
          BONDS TO FINANCE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE SAN DIEGO WILD ANIMAL
          PARK AND AUTHORIZING OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO.

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


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22.       SUBJECT:          APPROVAL OF THE FINANCING DOCUMENTS FOR THE
                            2004 PENSION OBLIGATION BONDS (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The County of San Diego (the “County”) takes very seriously its commitment to
          ensuring that the County Retirement Fund (the “Fund”) is appropriately funded. The
          County has both short and long term plans for dealing with the changing conditions
          which affect the Fund such as market losses, negotiated benefit increases, and changes
          in the dynamics which affect the experience of the Fund. The County has historically
          paid the full annual contribution as determined by the Retirement Board of the San
          Diego County Employees’ Retirement Association (SDCERA) based upon the opinion
          of SDCERA’s actuary. The County has also periodically taken advantage of low
          interest rates, through the issuance of Pension Obligation Bonds (POBs), to infuse the
          fund with substantial cash to lower the Unfunded Actuarial Accrued Liability (UAAL).

          In 1993, the Board of Supervisors approved the issuance of $430 million in Taxable
          Pension Obligation Bonds, 1994 Series A (the “1994 Bonds”). Successful investment
          management of those funds by SDCERA and a rising stock market allowed the Fund to
          remain fully funded for several years. In 2001, the County negotiated an increase in the
          retirement benefits to employees. The benefit adjustments were part of a settlement of
          litigation that was of substantial risk and were a part of an overall contract agreement
          with employee representatives that ensured the County would remain competitive with
          other local governments in the region.

          Per the County’s plan to manage the increased cost of benefits, the County issued $737
          million of Taxable Pension Obligation Bonds in October 2002 (the “2002 Bonds”). A
          portion of the proceeds was used to pay down substantially the 1994 Bonds and the
          remainder was applied against the UAAL. To date, SDCERA’s prudent management in
          the past year has generated earnings of approximately $125,000,000 on those 2002
          Bond proceeds.

          SDCERA’s most recent actuarial valuation as of June 30, 2003, calculates the UAAL to
          be $1.435 billion. This takes into account a variety of factors including changes in
          actuarial assumptions adopted by SDCERA in March 2004, as well as the impact of
          $1.4 billion in market losses during the three years ending June 2003. It does not take
          into account the very sizable gains in the fund that have occurred since that date.

          Your Board’s prudent strategy for managing the UAAL incorporates the reliance upon
          market earnings and, if necessary, the periodic issuance of POBs during times when a
          favorable interest rate market exists, such as it exists today. Therefore, the issuance of
          additional POBs is recommended in order to take advantage of current interest rate
          savings.

          Per your Board’s action taken on April 6, 2004, the Chief Financial Officer has
          assembled a financing team consisting of the underwriters, financial advisor, and bond
          counsel. Presented for your Board’s approval today are the financing documents for
          the issuance of the 2004 Taxable Pension Obligation Bonds (the “2004 Bonds”). The


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          proceeds of the 2004 Bond is estimated not to exceed $460 million, and will be used
          primarily to reduce the UAAL.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          With the issuance of the 2004 Bonds and the economic defeasance of the 1994 Bonds,
          the combined debt service payment due on all County long-term obligations will be
          approximately equal to the current total debt service of approximately $120 million.
          The issuance of these Bonds will result in approximately $100 million of overall
          retirement cost savings. The anticipated defeasance of the 1994 Bonds will be paid with
          one-time resources of approximately $62 million. The appropriations necessary for the
          debt service are included in the Fiscal Years 2004-2006 Proposed Operational Plan. No
          further staff will be required.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER AND DEBT ADVISORY COMMITTEE:
          1. Adopt the resolution approving the delivery of a Debenture, Second Supplemental
             Trust Agreement, Contract of Purchase, an Interest Rate Swap Agreement, Cap
             Agreement, Forward Delivery Agreement, Preliminary Official Statement,
             Continuing Disclosure Agreement and an Escrow Agreement for the 2004 Bonds.
          2. Authorize the Treasurer-Tax Collector, in consultation with the Chief Financial
             Officer, County Counsel and Bond Counsel, to negotiate a new or modify the
             existing term for the Debt Service Forward Sale Agreement as specified in the
             resolution.
          3. Amend Board Policy B-65 Long-Term Financial Obligation Management Policy, to
             allow variable rate exposure to not exceed 15% of the County’s outstanding long-
             term obligations.
          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Cox, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent; adopting Resolution No. 04-103
          entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF SAN DIEGO
          COUNTY FOR THE ISSUANCE OF AN ADDITIONAL SAN DIEGO COUNTY
          PENSION OBLIGATION DEBENTURE, THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF ONE OR
          MORE ADDITIONAL SERIES OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY PENSION OBLIGATION
          BONDS, AUTHORIZING A SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL TRUST AGREEMENT, A
          CONTRACT OF PURCHASE, A PRELIMINARY OFFICIAL STATEMENT AND
          AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO.

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


23.       SUBJECT:          RETIREMENT BOARD ELECTION – THIRD (GENERAL)
                            MEMBERS (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          This is a request to declare the results of the Election for the Third (General) Member of
          the Board of Retirement, held June 1, 2004, in accordance with election procedures
          established by your Board to satisfy requirements of the California Government Code.


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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          None

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER SAN DIEGO COUNTY EMPLOYEES
          RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION:
          1. Declare the Candidate receiving a plurality of votes, Garry Sobeck, elected as Third
             (General) Member of the Board of Retirement, for a three-year term, commencing
             July 1, 2004 and expiring on June 30, 2007.
          2. Direct the Clerk of the Board to file the nominating petitions filed by the four
             candidates.

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

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

24.       SUBJECT:         AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPENSATION ORDINANCE
                           (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          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. These
          amendments include: establishing and renaming several classifications to reflect
          organizational changes, deleting obsolete classifications, adjusting salaries in selected
          classifications to reflect the job market, amending the variable entry indicator for
          selected classifications, and amending sections of the Compensation Ordinance,
          including sections authorizing terminal payoff when employees are separated from
          service due to layoff. As a result of regulatory changes, sections of the Ordinance
          regarding the Family Medical Leave Act are updated.

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

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Approve introduction (first reading) of ordinances; read title and waive further reading
          of ordinances (MAJORITY VOTE):

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

          Submit ordinances for further Board consideration and adoption (second reading) on
          June 22, 2004.



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          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent; submitting Ordinance for further
          consideration on June 22, 2004.

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


25.       SUBJECT:          SUNSET REVIEW OF BOARD POLICIES ASSIGNED TO THE
                            FINANCE AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT GROUP
                            (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          In accordance with Board of Supervisors Policy A-76, the Finance and General
          Government Group is reviewing board policies and administrative code sections
          assigned to the Group. The following recommendations pertain to those policies that
          should be continued without changes other than to update the sunset review date. Due
          to the large number of board policies contained within the Finance and General
          Government Group, a subsequent board letter will be submitted containing those board
          policies with changes. Those appointing authorities responsible for the administration
          of the policies and codes contained herein have reviewed and concur with this board
          letter’s recommendations.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          There is no fiscal impact associated with these recommended actions.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          1. Determine that no changes are necessary and update the sunset review dates to
             December 31, 2011 for the following Administrative Code sections:
                I        General Provisions
                II       Definitions
                IIIc     Past Grand Jurors Association Implementation Review Committee
                VI       Boundary Changes
                IX       Office of County Counsel
                X-A      Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
                XII      County Clerk
                XXVIa    Out–of-County/In-County Business
                XXVIe    Reimbursements and Allowances
                XXXIII   Hearing Officer

          2. Determine that no changes are necessary and update the sunset review dates to
             December 31, 2008 for the following Board of Supervisors Policies:


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          AA-1    Board of Supervisors’ Policy Manual Modifications-Exceptions
          A-005 Appointment of Committee Members to Various State Committees
          A-013 General Regulatory Regulation
          A-076 Sunset Review
          A-079 Interlocking Directorates
          A-080 Publication of Ordinance Summaries and Display Advertisements
          A-098 Non-Interference in Administrative Affairs
          A-108 Service of Papers in Lawsuits on Members of Board of Supervisors
          A-120 Zero Tolerance for Fraudulent Conduct in County Services
          A-125 Americans with Disabilities Act: Employment Provisions
          B-004 Administration and Management of Public Liability Claims
          B-031 Risk Management
          B-036 Acts Required or Authorized to be Performed Under Revenue and Taxation
                Code Section 4675 by the Treasurer-Tax Collector
          B-038 Tuition Refund Program
          B-040 Administration of Workers’ Compensation Liabilities
          B-041 Accident and Liability Coverage for Volunteers
          B-042 Authorization of Power by the Board of Supervisors to the County Auditor
                and Controller, County Treasurer-Tax Collector, and the County Counsel
                Pursuant to Section 4804 of the Revenue and Taxation Code
          B-048 Voluntary Medical and Property Damage Coverage for Non-County-Owned
                Polling Places
          B-055 Underwriting Costs of County Publications and Activities
          B-057 Authorization for the County Treasurer-Tax Collector to Act for the Board
                of Supervisors to Implement Revenue and Taxation Code Section 3731 to
                Provide for Rescission of Tax Sales of Tax-Defaulted Property
          B-060 Use of Cable Television Franchise Fees
          C-002 Grievance Procedure for Unrepresented Classified Employees
          C-004 Employee Training
          C-018 Off Duty Recreational, Social and Athletic Activity of Officers and
                Employees
          C-019 Ownership of Creative Works Prepared by County Employees

    3. Determine that no changes are necessary and update the sunset review dates to
       December 31, 2009 for the following Board of Supervisors Policies:
          F-001   Screening of Tax-Deeded Land for Possible Public Use




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                I-001a Defense of Members of Planning Groups and Sponsor Groups
                I-119   Subdivision of Land-Substitution of One Form of Improvement Security for
                        Another - Reduction of Security
                K-006 Loan of County Property to Non-County Activities

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

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


26.       SUBJECT:           NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:
                             CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE: HIGH TECH MIDDLE
                             (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          The Board of Supervisors serves as the Code Reviewing Body for any Local
          Government Agency, other than cities, with jurisdiction wholly within the County, per
          Government Code Section 82011. The recommended action would approve the adopted
          Conflict of Interest Code submitted by High Tech Middle.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          None.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Approve the adopted Conflict of Interest Codes submitted by High Tech Middle.

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

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


27.       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.




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          FISCAL IMPACT:
          Not Applicable.

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Note and file.

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

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


28.       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 Committees and Policy I-1, Planning
          and Sponsor Group Policies and Procedures.

          FISCAL IMPACT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHAIRWOMAN JACOB:
          Appoint Kippy Thomas to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Kemp Christian,
          on Seat No. 5 of the Alpine Design Review Board, for term to expire June 17, 2008.
          Appoint Garrison Klueck to the San Diego County Law Library Board of Trustees, for a
          term to expire December 31, 2006.
          SUPERVISOR HORN:
          Appoint Eileen Delaney to Seat No. 1 of the I-15 Corridor Design Review Board, for a
          term to expire June 20, 2006.
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Confirm the appointment of Ernestine Bass to fill the vacancy created by the resignation
          of Bernadine Ryan Hoff on the Past Grand Jurors Association, for a term to expire
          December 31, 2005.

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

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




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29.       SUBJECT:         CLOSED SESSION (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          A.  CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS
              (Government Code section 54957.6)
              Designated Representatives: Carlos Arauz and Mike Kolb
              Employee Organizations: All

          ACTION:
          Any reportable matters will be announced on Wednesday, June 16, 2004, prior to the
          Board of Supervisors Planning and Land Use meeting.


30.       SUBJECT:         RESOLUTION EXTENDING TIME FOR BUDGET HEARINGS
                           (DISTRICT: ALL)

          OVERVIEW:
          Government Code section 28091 provides that the Board of Supervisors may adopt a
          resolution extending the time for budget hearings from 10 calendar days to a maximum
          of 14 calendar days. Since budget hearings commence June 7, 2004, they would
          normally conclude on June 16, 2004. The attached resolution extends the final date for
          hearings to and including Friday, June 18, 2004.
          FISCAL IMPACT:
          N/A

          RECOMMENDATION:
          CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
          Adopt the attached resolution entitled:

          A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN
          DIEGO EXTENDING THE TIME FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS ON THE COUNTY
          BUDGET FROM JUNE 16, 2004, UNTIL JUNE 18, 2004.

          ACTION:
          ON MOTION of Supervisor Slater-Price, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board of
          Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent; adopting Resolution No. 04-104
          entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY
          OF SAN DIEGO EXTENDING THE TIME FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS ON THE
          COUNTY BUDGET FROM JUNE 16, 2004, UNTIL JUNE 18, 2004.

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




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31.           SUBJECT:         PRESENTATIONS/AWARDS (DISTRICT: ALL)

              OVERVIEW:
              Vice Chairwoman Pam Slater-Price presented a proclamation to Alexandra “Lexi”
              Gilbert, Volunteer of the Month, declaring the June 15, 2004 Lexi Gilbert day
              throughout the County of San Diego.
              Supervisor Ron Roberts presented a proclamation to Rick Clabby for Prosecutor of the
              Year and Outstanding Achievement Awards to Deputy District Attorneys Lou Boyle,
              Patrick Espinoza, Michael Runyon, and Valerie Summers.

      There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 12:12 p.m. in memory of Russell Cassel, Jean
      McKinney, Howard Gladstone, Howard “Buzz” Prettyman, Marjorie Baker Huff, Craig Castaneda,
      and Carol Jean Chubb.

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

      Consent: Tosh
      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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