Meeting details

Board of Supervisors

Held at Board Chambers

Tuesday, 02/05/2019

From 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Participants
Name Function
Debbie Arnold Chairperson
Adam Hill Vice Chairperson
John Peschong Board Member
Bruce S. Gibson Board Member
Lynn Compton Board Member
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Minutes

Consent Agenda - Administrative Office Items:
1
Request to re-appoint Martin Settevendemie as the County Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures. All Districts.
Agenda 55/2019
Consent Agenda - Board of Supervisors Items:
2
Request to reappoint Linda Peterman to the Santa Margarita Public Cemetery District. District 5.
Agenda 52/2019
3
Request to appoint Nancy C. Fiske to the Commission on the Status of Women as a District 1 representative. All Districts.
Agenda 50/2019
4
Request to appoint Andrea Devitt to the Commission on the Status of Women as a District 3 representative . All Districts.
Agenda 51/2019
Consent Agenda - Clerk-Recorder Items:
5
Submittal of two resolutions approving amendments to the County’s conflict of interest code and amendments to the conflict of interest codes certain local agencies wholly located within the county. All Districts.
Agenda 80/2019
Consent Agenda - Health Agency Items:
6
Request to approve the appointment of Jonathan Stornetta to the Emergency Medical Care Committee (EMCC). All Districts.
Agenda 56/2019
7
Request for permission to apply for a FY 2018-19 through FY 2019-20 Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Expansion Project grant in an amount of up to $110,000 to expedite expansion of substance abuse screening, assessment, treatment, and access to MAT in County jails, drug courts, and linkage to community-based MAT providers. All Districts.
Agenda 69/2019
8
Request to approve Amendment No. 3 to a contract with Bryan’s House Inc. to increase the contract amount by $368,316, for a new total amount not to exceed $783,734, to provide substance use disorder perinatal residential treatment services for pregnant and parenting women. All Districts.
Agenda 76/2019
9
Request to approve: 1) a new FY 2018-19 contract with Edward Delos Trino, Nurse Practitioner (NP) for medical services at the Psychiatric Health Facility; and 2) delegate authority to the Health Agency Director or his designee to sign any amendments to the NP contract, including Option to Renew for two additional years (through June 30, 2021). All Districts.
Agenda 68/2019
Consent Agenda - Human Resources Items:
10
Submittal of a resolution approving a wage increase for the Supervising Property Transfer Technician classification to maintain proper alignment with the Assessment Technician Supervisor classification. All Districts.
Agenda 74/2019
11
Submittal of a resolution approving wage increases for the classifications of Information Technology Project Manager III and Systems Administrator III to equal the wages of Software Engineer III. All Districts.
Agenda 75/2019
12
Submittal of a resolution to 1) establish the salary range and bargaining unit for a new classification of Child Support Attorney I/II/III/IV and 2) amend the Position Allocation List (PAL) for Fund Center 134 – Child Support Services, by adding 0.50 FTE Child Support Attorney I/II/III/IV. All Districts.
Agenda 72/2019
13
Submittal of a resolution to 1) approve the creation of the career series classification of and establish the salary range for Human Resources Technician I/II, and 2) change the title of Personnel Analyst I/II/III classification to Human Resources Analyst I/II/III. All Districts.
Agenda 77/2019
Consent Agenda - Planning & Building Items:
14
Request to approve a letter reserving $340,000 in Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funds and $35,012 in inclusionary housing in-lieu (Title 29) funds for an affordable senior housing development in Templeton (Templeton Place II). District 1.
Agenda 62/2019
Consent Agenda - Public Works Items:
15
Submittal of a resolution ordering change of proceedings to increase and decrease specified assessments based upon written consent of affected property owners for the County of San Luis Obispo Wastewater Assessment District 1 (Los Osos). District 2.
Agenda 60/2019
16
Submittal of a resolution vacating an existing offer to dedicate drainage easement and slope easement related to Tract 2270, by Summary Vacation, and establishing a new irrevocable and perpetual offer to dedicate drainage easement, near San Luis Obispo. District 2.
Agenda 63/2019
17
Submittal of bid opening report for Job Order Contracts (JOC), JOC 19-01 and JOC 19-02 to award the subject contract to Quincon, Inc., the lowest responsive, responsible bidder for JOC 19-01, and to award the subject contract to Kinyon Construction, Inc., the lowest responsive, responsible bidder for JOC 19-02. All Districts.
Agenda 58/2019
Consent Agenda - Public Works Sitting as Flood Control District:
18
Submittal of resolutions authorizing the Director of Public Works to adopt project construction plans and implement County Highway repairs and improvements under the Public Contract Code; and to accept certain Deeds or Grants and related agreements conveying an interest in real property to the County. All Districts.
Agenda 59/2019
Consent Agenda - Social Services Items:
19
Submittal of a resolution 1) approving the new classification and establishing the salary range for Deputy Director Social Services and 2) amending the Position Allocation List (PAL) for Fund Center (FC) 180 – Social Services Administration by deleting 1.00 FTE Assistant Social Services Director and 1.00 FTE Senior Division Manager Social Services and adding 3.00 FTE Deputy Directors, deleting 1.00 FTE Senior Software Engineer and adding 1.00 FTE Division Manager Social Services to implement a new management organizational structure. All Districts.
Agenda 79/2019
Consent Agenda - Sheriff - Coroner Items:
20
Request to: 1) accept cash donations from the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Advisory Foundation in the amount of $50,000 for use toward the purchase of one Canine (K-9) dog and one patrol vehicle; 2) authorize a corresponding budget adjustment in the amount of $102,000 from various sources to FC 136-Sheriff-Coroner to purchase the K-9 dog and patrol vehicle including from the Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund in the amount of $27,000, Miscellaneous Trust Fund – Special Operations Unit in the amount of $25,000 and donated funds from the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Advisory Foundation in the amount of $50,000, by 4/5 vote, and 3) amend the fixed asset list for FC 136 - Sheriff-Coroner to include the K-9 dog and patrol vehicle. All Districts.
Agenda 57/2019
Consent Agenda - Veterans Services Items:
21
Submittal of a resolution to 1) approve the new classification of and establish the salary range for Veterans Services Representative and 2) amend the Position Allocation List (PAL) for Fund Center 186 – Veterans Services, by deleting 4.00 full time equivalent (FTE) Assistant Veterans Services Officer I/II positions and adding 4.00 full time equivalent (FTE) Veterans Services Representative I/II/III positions. All Districts.
Agenda 73/2019
Presentations:
22
Submittal of a resolution proclaiming February 2019 as “Children’s Dental Health Month” in San Luis Obispo County. All Districts.
Agenda 54/2019
23
Submittal of a resolution proclaiming February 2019 as "National Meat Month" in San Luis Obispo County. All Districts.
Agenda 53/2019
Public Comment Period:
24
The general public comment period is intended to provide an opportunity for members of the public to address the Board on matters within the Board’s purview that are not scheduled on the current agenda. Individuals interested in speaking are asked to fill out a "Board Appearance Request Form" and submit it to the Clerk of the Board prior to the start of general public comment. When recognized by the Chair, each individual speaker may address the Board and is limited to a MAXIMUM of three (3) minutes or a reasonable period of time as determined by the Board Chairperson.
Hearings:
25
Hearing to support reissuance of tax-exempt bonds by the California Municipal Finance Authority (CMFA) for the benefit of Los Robles Terrace, L.P. (the “Borrower”), a subsidiary of People’s Self-Help Housing Corporation (a California nonprofit public benefit corporation), in order to refinance the Los Robles Terrace affordable housing project for low income seniors. District 1.
Agenda 61/2019
26
Hearing to consider an appeal by Melvin Dorin of the Planning Department Hearing Officer’s approval of the O’Sullivan Minor Use Permit/Coastal Development Permit (DRC2018-00096) for a residential addition of a guesthouse and garage located at 2471 Banbury Road, in the community of Cambria; Exempt from CEQA. District 2.
Agenda 64/2019
27
Hearing to consider an appeal by Vicki Book and Anne M. Brown (APPL2018-00003) of the Planning Commissions denial of an appeal of the Planning Director’s Determination on density allowance for Commercial Retail and Residential Multi-Family land use categories in accordance with the Avila Beach Specific Plan and Coastal Zone Land Use Ordinance Title 23 as applied to proposed development SUB2015-00051 (Salucci & Hodge) located at 356 & 360 1st Street, within the community of Avila Beach. District 3.
Agenda 65/2019
28
Hearing to consider an appeal by Vicki Book and Anne M. Brown of the Planning Commission’s approval of the Salucci/Hodge Vesting Tentative Tract Map (Tract 3123) and Development Plan / Coastal Development Permit (SUB2015-00051) for a mixed use project that includes four (4) residential airspace condominium units and three (3) attached hotel suites, located at 356 & 360 1st Street, within the community of Avila Beach; exempt from CEQA. District 3.
Agenda 66/2019
Closed Session Items:
29
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Government Code section 54956.9.) It is the intention of the Board to meet in closed session concerning the following items: (1) Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to paragraph (2) or (3) of subdivision (d) of section 54956.9. Number of potential cases: Two; (2) Initiation of litigation pursuant to paragraph (4) of subdivision (d) of section 54956.9. Number of potential cases: Two.

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - PENDING LITIGATION (Government Code section 54956.9.) It is the intention of the Board to meet in closed session concerning the following items: Existing Litigation (Gov. Code, section 54956.9(a)). (Formally initiated.) (3) Application Filed by PG&E for Retirement of Diablo Canyon Power Plant A: 16-08-006; (4) Application filed by PG&E in the 2018 Nuclear Decommissioning Cost Triennial Proceeding (U 39 E) A: 18-12-008; (5) In re PG&E Corporation (19-19-30088) (6) In re PG&E Company (19-19-30089)

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR (Government Code section 54957.6.) It is the intention of the Board to meet in closed session to have a conference with its Labor Negotiator, Tami Douglas-Schatz, concerning the following employee organizations: (7) San Luis Obispo Government Attorney’s Union (SLOGAU); (8) San Luis Obispo County Employees Association–Trades and Crafts (SLOCEA-T&C); (9) Deputy County Counsels’ Association (DCCA); (10) Sheriffs’ Management; (11) San Luis Obispo County Probation Peace Officers’ Association (SLOCPPOA); (12) Deputy Sheriff’s Association (DSA); (13) District Attorney Investigators’ Association (DAIA); (14) San Luis Obispo County Probation Managers’ Peace Officers’ Association (SLOCPMPOA); (15) San Luis Obispo County Employees Association – Public Services, Supervisors, Clerical (SLOCEA – PSSC); (16) Unrepresented Management and Confidential Employees; and (17) Sworn Deputy Sheriffs’ Association (SDSA); (18) United Domestic Workers of America (UDWA).
Agenda 81/2019