Meeting details

Board of Supervisors

Held at Board Chambers

Tuesday, 09/17/2019

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Minutes

Consent Items:
01-14
This is the time set for consideration of the Consent Agenda.
Consent Agenda - Administrative Office Items:
01
Request to 1) approve the FY 2019-20 Fish and Game project listing as recommended by the Fish and Game Fines Committee and 2) authorize a budget adjustment in the amount of $10,000 from Fish and Game project reserves to Fund Center (FC) 331 – Fish and Game to fund more projects than in previous years, by 4/5 vote. All Districts.
Agenda 233/2019
Consent Agenda - Central Services Items:
02
Submittal of a resolution authorizing the surplus and sale of County-owned real property known as Mojave Lane in the City of Paso Robles. This action is exempt from CEQA. District 1.
Agenda 245/2019
03
Request to approve: 1) the third amendment to lease between County of San Luis Obispo and Montoro Land Company, LLC for office space at 1200 Monterey Street in San Luis Obispo and 2) second amendment to lease between County of San Luis Obispo and Montoro Land Company, LLC for a parking lot at 970 Toro Street in San Luis Obispo. All Districts.
Agenda 238/2019
Consent Agenda - Clerk-Recorder Items:
04
Request for the Board of Supervisors to make appointments in-lieu of an election to the Shandon San Juan Water District. Districts 1 and 5.
Agenda 231/2019
05
Request for the Board of Supervisors to make appointments in-lieu of an election to the Estrella-El Pomar Water District. Districts 1 and 5.
Agenda 230/2019
06
Request to declare the results of the August 27, 2019, Templeton Community Services District Special Election. Districts 1.
Agenda 229/2019
Consent Agenda - Health Agency Items:
07
Request to: 1) approve a resolution authorizing Behavioral Health to accept a Community Services Infrastructure (CSI) grant in the amount of $855,832 for a period of 36 months (July 25, 2019, through June 30, 2022), to provide renovation of office space for jail diversion programs at the Health Agency Campus in San Luis Obispo, and 2) authorize the Health Agency Director or his designee to sign the standard agreement and all other documents required for participation, acceptance, and application that do not increase the level of General Fund support required by Behavioral Health. All Districts.
Agenda 234/2019
08
Request to: 1) approve FY 2019-20 contract awards with Gryphon, Restorative Partners, The Discipleship Home, and The Next Step, in the cumulative amount not to exceed $758,593 to provide safe and sober recovery-oriented housing in a recovery residence appropriate for individuals who have been identified as requiring housing in addition to treatment; and 2) delegate authority to the Health Agency Director or his designee to sign any amendments to the recovery residence contracts, including option to renew for two additional years (through June 30, 2022), that do not increase the level of General Fund Support required by the Health Agency. All Districts.
Agenda 235/2019
Consent Agenda - Library Items:
09
Request to authorize a budget adjustment in the amount of $50,000 from Library Facilities Planning Reserves to FC 230 – Capital Projects WBS 320097 for the Los Osos Library Conceptual Plan, by 4/5 vote. District 2.
Agenda 228/2019
Consent Agenda - Parks & Recreation Items:
10
Request to approve an amendment to the fixed asset list for Fund Center (FC) 427 - Golf to substitute the purchase of a $12,500 top-dresser with the purchase of a $9,000 trailer, by 4/5 vote. All Districts.
Agenda 202/2019
Consent Agenda - Planning & Building Items:
11
Submittal of a resolution authorizing: 1) County staff to submit the Local Coastal Planning (LCP) Planning Grant Round 6 Application to the California Coastal Commission (CCC) in the amount of $130,000 to plan the relocation of the San Simeon Wastewater Treatment Plant; and 2) the Director of Planning and Building to execute all necessary applications, contracts and agreements and amendments to carry out the grant application package. District 2.
Agenda 226/2019
Consent Agenda - Public Works Items:
12
Request to approve Contract Change Order No. 1 to the agreement with David Crye General Engineering Contractor, Inc., in the amount of $298,428; and authorize the Director of Public Works, or designee, to execute and process the change order; and increase the total construction contingency amount to $396,428 for the Arroyo Grande Creek Waterway Management Program Phase I Project. District 4.
Agenda 239/2019
13
Request to approve a base year rate adjustment for garbage hauling services provided by South County Sanitary Service, Inc. and San Luis Obispo Garbage Company, County of San Luis Obispo. Districts 3 and 4.
Agenda 241/2019
14
Request to declare Public Works’ vehicles surplus and authorize disposal through public auction. All Districts.
Agenda 242/2019
Presentations:
15
Submittal of a resolution recognizing September 21, 2019 as Museum Day throughout San Luis Obispo County. All Districts.
Agenda 240/2019
16
Presentation from SLO Regional Rideshare and acknowledgement of the pledge to make a smart commute choice during "Rideshare Week", October 7th through October 11th, 2019. All Districts.
Agenda 236/2019
Public Comment Period:
17
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.
Board Business:
18
Submittal of the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Year-End Financial Status Report. All Districts.
Agenda 232/2019
19
Submittal of the County's 2018-19 Annual Report. All Districts.
Agenda 237/2019
20
Request to 1) receive and file the Sheriff-Coroner's response to identified staffing needs and strategies for reducing overtime use; and 2) approve a pilot program to reduce overtime expenditures in the Sheriff-Coroner’s office by overfilling 12.00 FTE new Deputy positions (6.00 FTE Deputy Sheriffs and 6.00 FTE Correctional Deputies). All Districts.
Agenda 248/2019
Hearings:
21
Hearing to consider an amendment to Section 2.40.060 of the County Code to 1) remove the Assistant Assessor classification from the classified service and add it to the list of unclassified service positions and 2) update the title of Personnel Director to Human Resources Director. All Districts.
Agenda 224/2019
Closed Session Items:
22
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: Four.

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 247/2019