A G E N D A

 

 

 

REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA              

 


Tuesday, December 18, 2018
9:00 A.M. Presentations
9:30 A.M. Regular Business

 

 

 

BOARD HEARING ROOM, FIRST FLOOR

 

333 W. Santa Ana Blvd., 10 Civic Center Plaza

 

Santa Ana, California

 

 

 

ANDREW DO

CHAIRMAN

First District

 

 

 

SHAWN NELSON                           

VICE CHAIRMAN                          

Fourth District    

 

 

 

MICHELLE STEEL

SUPERVISOR

Second District

 

TODD SPITZER                           

SUPERVISOR                             

Third District     

 

 

 

LISA A. BARTLETT

SUPERVISOR

Fifth District

 

 

COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER

COUNTY COUNSEL

CLERK OF THE BOARD

Frank Kim

Leon J. Page

Robin Stieler

 

This agenda contains a brief description of each item to be considered. Except as provided by law, no action shall be taken on any item not appearing in the agenda.  To speak on an item, complete a Speaker Request Form(s) identifying the item(s) and deposit the completed form(s) in the box to the left of the podium.  To speak on a matter not appearing in the agenda, but under the jurisdiction of the Board of Supervisors, you may do so during Public Comments at the end of the meeting.  Speaker request forms must be deposited prior to the beginning of the consent calendar, the reading of the individual agenda items, the opening of the public hearing and/or the beginning of Public Comments.  When addressing the Board, it is requested that you state your name and city of residence for the record.  Members of the public desiring to speak should address the Board as a whole through the Chair.  Comments to individual Supervisors or staff are not permitted.  Speakers may address the Board on up to three occasions, with three minutes allotted to the speaker per occasion. PowerPoint and video presentations must be requested in advance of the meeting through the Clerk.

 

Supporting documentation is available for review in the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors office in the Hall of Administration, 333 W. Santa Ana Blvd., Room 465, Santa Ana, 92701 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday. 

The Agenda is available online at: http://ocgov.com/gov/bos/agenda

Meetings are broadcast live at http://bos.ocgov.com/video/video.html

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In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, those requiring accommodations for this   meeting should notify the Clerk of the Board's Office 72 hours prior to the meeting at (714) 834-2206

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INVOCATION:  Supervisor Steel, Second District

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:  Supervisor Spitzer, Third District

 

 

 

I.    PRESENTATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS   (9:00 A.M.)

 

Chairman Do will be presenting a resolution recognizing Bob and Dolores Hope Foundation for their work supporting our military families and honoring Bob Hope's legacy

 

     (Regular Business of the Board of Supervisors will commence at 9:30 A.M. or after)

 

II.   CONSENT CALENDAR (Items 1-14)

 

All matters are approved by one motion unless pulled by a Board Member for discussion or separate action.  At this time, any member of the public may ask the Board to be heard on any item on the Consent Calendar.

 

DEPARTMENT APPOINTMENTS

 

1.

Health Care Agency - Orange County Mental Health Board - Appoint Bethsabe Romero, Yorba Linda, to complete term ending 10/20/21 - All Districts

 

ELECTED DEPARTMENT HEADS

 

2.

Sheriff-Coroner - Approve contract MA-060-19010457 with Hunter Consulting, Inc. dba HCI Environmental & Engineering for lead remediation services, three-year term ($624,620); and authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to execute contract - All Districts

 

3.

Treasurer-Tax Collector - Adopt resolution approving public auction sale #1394 of certain tax-defaulted real properties delinquent for over five years - All Districts

 

HEALTH CARE AGENCY

 

4.

Approve contract MA-042-19010519 with Cority Software, Inc. for Employee Health Software Solutions System, 1/1/19 - 12/31/21 ($380,000); renewable for two additional one-year terms; and authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to execute contract - All Districts

 

5.

Receive and file proposed 9-1-1 Basic Life Emergency Ambulance Transportation and Related Services Request for Proposal - All Districts

 

OC COMMUNITY RESOURCES

 

6.

Receive and file FY 2017-18 Housing Successor Agency Annual Report; authorize Director or designee to make any necessary adjustments based on final Comprehensive Annual Financial Report - All Districts

 

7.

Receive and file FY 2017-18 Developer Fee Deposit Balance Report; and make related findings - All Districts

 

OC PUBLIC WORKS

 

8.

Approve Storm Drain and Basin Improvement agreement MA-080-18011091 and easement deeds authorize acceptance of certain storm drain improvements constructed by RMV PA2 Development, LLC, unincorporated area Rancho Mission Viejo, Village of Esencia; authorize Director or designee to execute certificates of acceptance under certain conditions and to perform related actions; and consider application of prior Final Environmental Impact Report No. 589 and other findings - District 5

 

9.

Adopt alternative 2 recommendation to Orange County Traffic Committee report dated 7/20/17, Item A removing existing time period parking restrictions; adopt resolution rescinding resolution 80-1411, that established parking restrictions in Rossmoor; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 2

 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

            Clerk of the Board:

 

10.

Approve proposed amendments to the Conflict of Interest Code Designated Filer Exhibits for Nova Academy Early College High School - District 1

 

11.

Adopt resolution approving list of recurring Board resolutions for 2019 and authorizing the Chair or other Supervisor to draft and execute said resolutions - All Districts

 

            County Executive Office:

 

12.

Approve amendment to Memorandum of Understanding with County Supervisors Associations of California - Excess Insurance Authority for participation in property insurance program; and authorize Director of Risk Management or designee to execute amendment - All Districts

 

13.

Acting as the Legislative Body of the Community Facilities Districts - Receive and file Community Facilities Districts 2001-1, 2002-1, 2003-1, 2004-1, 2015-1, 2016-1 and 2017-1 Report, pursuant to Local Agency Special Tax and Accountability Act - District 5

 

14.

Receive and file Quarterly Information Technology Project Progress Detail Report for First Quarter FY 2018-19 - All Districts

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR

 


 

III.  DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 15-35)

 

At this time, members of the public may ask the Board to be heard on the following items as those items are called.

 

ELECTED DEPARTMENT HEADS

 

15.

District Attorney - Approve amendment 8 to extend contract MA-026-14010833 with Bode Cellmark Forensics, Inc. for forensic DNA testing services, 1/1/18 - 6/30/19 ($480,000; new total $1,475,000; cumulative total $5,455,000); and authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to execute amendment - All Districts

 

            Sheriff-Coroner:

 

16.

Approve contract MA-060-19010442 with Juguilon Medical Corporation for forensic pathology/autopsy services, 2/1/19 - 1/31/21 ($5,300,000); renewable for eight additional one-year terms; and authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to execute contract - All Districts

 

17.

Approve retroactive amendments 1, 2 and 3 to contract MA-060-15010201 with Prado Family Shooting Range for outdoor range firearms training, three one-year terms 1/31/16 - 1/30/19 ($15,500 per year); approve amendment 4 to increase amount and renew contract, 1/31/19 - 1/30/20 ($4,650; new total $20,150; cumulative total $86,800); authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to execute amendments; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - All Districts

 

18.

Approve retroactive invoices from Rand McNally for site license of Thomas Bros. Maps Geographic Information System Database ($18,000); and authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to make related payments - All Districts (Continued from 12/4/18, Item 25)

 

19.

Approve contract PO-060-19010336 with Pen-Link Ltd. for one-time purchase and installation of wire intercept equipment, effective upon Board approval ($161,689.79); and authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to execute contract - All Districts 

 

            Treasurer-Tax Collector:

 

20.

Adopt resolution authorizing the Huntington Beach City School District to issue and sell Huntington Beach City School District Election 2016 General Obligation Bonds, Series B as Negotiated Sale; and direct Auditor-Controller to levy taxes for such bonds and maintain taxes on tax roll - District 2

 

21.

Adopt resolution approving 2019 Investment Policy Statement and delegating investment and deposit for safekeeping authority to the Treasurer-Tax Collector; and make related findings - All Districts

 

OC COMMUNITY RESOURCES

 

22.

Approve contract 18-28-0061-OS with KRA Corporation to administer Comprehensive One Stop Services - South, Veterans Employment-Related Assistance Program to serve South Region and serve as One Stop Operator, 1/1/19 - 6/30/20 ($4,150,000); approve contract 18-28-0062-OS with Managed Career Solutions, SPC to administer Comprehensive One Stop Services - North and Veterans Employment-Related Assistance Program to serve North Region, 1/1/19 - 6/30/20 ($4,112,500); authorize KRA Corporation to serve as both Career Services Provider and designated One-Stop Operator in accordance with the Training and Employment Guidance Letter WIOA No. 15-16; and authorize Director or designee to execute contracts and exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions - All Districts

 

23.

Approve amendment 3 to contract 17-27-0025-FCSP with St. Jude Hospital, Inc. dba St. Jude Medical Center for Family Caregiver Support Program services ($258,729; new total $1,086,313); approve amendment 1 to contracts 18-27-0011 with Abrazar, Inc. for Community Services Program ($23,752; new total $137,528), 18-27-0031 with Alzheimer's Family Services Center for adult day care services ($33,278; new total $192,670), 18-27-0029-ADC with Alzheimer's Orange County for adult day care services ($9,505; new total $55,034), 18-027-0013 with Age Well Senior Services, Inc. for Elderly Nutrition Program, nutrition transportation, case management and in-home care services ($265,866; new total $1,869,880), 18-27-0017 with Council on Aging - Southern California for Ombudsman Program services ($89,689; new total $653,648), 18-27-0014 with City of Fullerton for Community Services Program ($18,318; new total $106,062), 18-27-0015 with City of Irvine for Elderly Nutrition Program, nutrition transportation, case management and in-home care services ($66,757; new total $469,512), 18-27-0016 with Community SeniorServ, Inc. for adult day care, Elderly Nutrition Program, nutrition transportation, case management and in-home care services ($857,105; new total $5,992,420); approve amendment 2 to contract 18-27-0021 with Legal Aid Society of Orange County for legal assistance services ($59,787; new total $346,170), 7/1/18 - 6/30/19; and authorize Director or designee to execute amendments - All Districts

 

24.

Acting as the Board of Supervisors and Orange County Housing Authority Acting as Successor Agency - Authorize Director or designee to utilize HOME Investment Partnership Act funds and/or Orange County Housing Successor Agency funds for permanent loan financing to Chelsea Investment Corporation (or to a partnership formed by Chelsea Investment Corporation) for development of Salerno at Cypress Village, Irvine; approve loan commitment ($1,462,860); authorize Director or designee to execute subordination agreements, add up to a combined $2 million in Orange County Housing Successor Agency funds and/or Federal HOME Investment Partnership Programs; modify 2016 Permanent Supportive Housing Notice of Funding Availability, as amended in 2018; utilize up to an additional 50 Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Vouchers; and return to the Board for commitments to individual projects; Acting as the Orange County Housing Authority - Approve selection of Salerno at Cypress Village for utilization of 10 Project-Based Housing Choice Vouchers and for 15 Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Project-Based Vouchers; and authorize Director or designee to execute subordination agreements, standard set of loan documents and restrictive covenants, and such additional agreements, contracts, instructions and instruments necessary or appropriate for permanent loan financing and commitment of Housing and Urban Development Project-Based Housing Choice Vouchers - District 3

 

PUBLIC PROTECTION

 

            Probation:

 

25.

Approve amendment 1 to renew contract MA-057-15010476 with Satellite Tracking of People, LLC for continuous electronic monitoring services and equipment, 1/1/19 - 12/31/19 ($500,000; cumulative total $2,500,000); and authorize Chief Probation Officer or designee to execute amendment - All Districts

 

26.

Approve amendment 1 to renew contract MA-057-16011130 with Padres Unidos for Parent Outreach, Support and Education services for Families of Youth Involved in Criminal Justice System, 1/13/19 - 1/12/20 ($296,884; cumulative total $1,158,733); renewable for one additional one-year term; and authorize Chief Probation Officer or designee to execute amendment - All Districts

 

SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY

 

27.

Approve amendment to renew contract MA-063-16010166 as contract MA-063-19010233 with Staff4jobs LLC dba Lyneer Staffing Solutions for temporary help services, 2/1/19 - 1/31/20 ($602,087; cumulative total $5,231,327); approve amendment to renew contact MA-063-16010167 as contract MA-063-19010289 with Lloyd Staffing, Inc. for temporary help services, 2/1/19 - 1/31/20 ($398,308; cumulative total $3,742,761; and authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to execute amendments - All Districts

 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

            County Executive Office:

 

28.

Approve Fourth Amendment to Amended Joint Powers Authority Agreement, Orange County Fire Authority - All Districts (Continued from 12/4/18, Item 36)

 

29.

Adopt resolution authorizing issuance of a Pension Obligation Debenture, issuance and sale of short-term Taxable Pension Obligation Bonds, 2019 Series A ($430,000,000); and execution and delivery of Ninth Supplemental Trust Agreement and Bond Purchase Agreement; and authorizing Public Finance Director to execute all related documents; approve related budget adjustments and related payments; and make related findings - All Districts (RA 2 4/5 vote of the members present)

 

30.

Approve amendment 3 to agreements 14-001FA with Fieldman, Rolapp & Associates for financial advisory services and 14-002BC with Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth for bond and disclosure counsel services; approve amendment 6 to agreement 14-003ME with Empire Economics, Inc. for market absorption and bond monitoring services for Community Facilities District 2017-1 Improvement Area No. 2, extending term, 6/30/19 - 12/31/19; and authorize Public Finance Director to execute amendments - District 5

 

31.

Approve amendment 3 to contract MA-017-15012296 with Alquest Technologies, Inc. for structured cabling services, effective upon Board approval through 6/30/19 ($104,000; new total $203,000); and renew contract 7/1/19 - 6/30/20 ($600,000; cumulative total $1,100,000); and authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to execute amendment - All Districts

 

32.

Receive and file 2018 Strategic Financial Plan - All Districts

 

33.

Approve Assignment, Novation and Consent agreement ratifying assignment of contract RCA-017-17010003 from The SoCo Group, Inc. to SC Commercial LLC. dba The SoCo Group for automotive engine oil, lubricants and other related products, 10/29/18 - 6/30/22; and authorize County Procurement Officer or authorized Deputy to execute agreement - All Districts

 

34.

Approve recommended positions on introduced or amended legislation and consider other legislative subject matters - All Districts

 

35.

Approve grant applications/awards submitted in 12/18/18 grant report and other actions as recommended - All Districts

 

IV.  PUBLIC HEARINGS (None Scheduled)

 

V.   CLOSED SESSION (Item CS-1)

 

The Board will break for lunch at approximately 12:00 PM and may consider closed session matters during that break.  The Board will then resume to handle any remaining business if necessary.

 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

CS-1.

Human Resource Services - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6:
Agency Negotiator:  Robert Leys
Employee Organizations:  Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs (AOCDS), International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE), United Domestic Workers of America (UDWA), and other non-represented employees
RE:  Terms and Conditions of Employment

 

VI.  PUBLIC, CEO, BOARD COMMENTS & ADJOURNMENT

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS:

 

At this time, members of the public may address the Board of Supervisors regarding any off-agenda items within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board of Supervisors provided that NO action may be taken on off-agenda items unless authorized by law.  Comments shall be limited to three minutes per person, unless different time limits are set by the Chairman subject to the approval of the Board.

 

COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMENTS:

 

BOARD COMMENTS:

 

At this time, members of the Board of Supervisors may comment on agenda or non-agenda matters and ask questions of or give directions to staff; provided that NO action may be taken on off-agenda items unless authorized by law.

 

ADJOURNED:

 

 

 

NEXT MEETINGS:

December 25, 2018                     No Scheduled Meeting
January 1, 2019                          No Scheduled Meeting
January 8, 2019                          Regular Meeting