REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA              


Tuesday, May 23, 2017,
9:00 A.M.

 

BOARD HEARING ROOM, FIRST FLOOR

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

Santa Ana, California

 

 

MICHELLE STEEL

CHAIRWOMAN

Second District

 

 

ANDREW DO                              

VICE CHAIR                             

First District

 

 

TODD SPITZER

SUPERVISOR

Third District

 

 

 

SHAWN NELSON                           

SUPERVISOR                             

Fourth District

 

 

LISA A. BARTLETT

SUPERVISOR

Fifth District

 

ATTENDANCE:  All Present

 

EXCUSED:         None                                                                           

 

PRESENT:

COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER

 

Frank Kim

 

COUNTY COUNSEL

 

Leon J. Page

 

CLERK OF THE BOARD

 

Robin Stieler

 

INVOCATION:  Supervisor Spitzer, Third District, gave the invocation

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:  Vice Chair Do, First District, led the assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance

 

I.    PRESENTATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS

 

Chairwoman Steel presented a resolution proclaiming May 21-27, 2017 as "Emergency Medical Services Week"

 

Supervisor Bartlett presented a proclamation to Rodger Beard on his retirement as President of the Dana Point Boaters Association for his outstanding commitment to the community

 

Chairwoman Steel presented a resolution proclaiming May, 2017 as "Lupus Awareness Month"

 

Vice Chair Do recognized Doris Starling of Midnight Mission who oversees the Courtyard Transitional Center

 

II. PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

Michael Klubnikin - Oral re: Fiduciary duty to report illegal business of corrupt judges, commissioner and money laundering; placement of public comments during Board meetings

 

Christopher Gonzalez - Oral Re: Homeless encampment and sanitary conditions on the riverbed; requested the Board waive encroachment permit fee

 

Scott Trotter - Oral Re: Works at Child Abuse Prevention Center in Anaheim; supports Agenda Item #43 (School Readiness Services); success story of child referred to the school readiness program

 

Mike Robbins - Oral Re: Orange County Register exposé regarding recovery centers; Orange County homeless deaths have hit an all-time high; homeless need facilities (portable restrooms and showers); consider budgeting services to the homeless during upcoming Budget Hearings

 

Jeanine Robbins - Oral Re: Homeless population living on the riverbed; unanswered calls to homeless; District Attorney corruption; removal of portable restrooms on the riverbed

 

Michael Arnot - Oral Re: Executive Director of Children's Cause Orange County; positive efforts of mental health for children; supports extending School Readiness Services contract (Agenda Item #43) for 3 months

 

Lou Noble - Oral Re: Moment of silence for homeless persons who have died; dehydration of the homeless due to lack of water and prescription opioid and drug abuse; need water and restrooms for the homeless living on the riverbed; requested more community forums for the public to address homelessness in Orange County; appreciates County efforts to help the homeless

 

John Safari - Oral Re: Business owner in Santa Ana; raised money for portable restrooms placed on the riverbed and in the City of Anaheim; health and safety concerns and sanitation issues on the riverbed due to lack of portable restrooms

 

Jordan Hoiberg - Oral Re: Homelessness issues; requested the Board waive encroachment permit fee; housing trust for the homeless and the need for permanent supportive housing; urged the Board to work with activists to help the homeless and to work with Association of California Cities - Orange County to bring cities together to help the homeless

 

Curtis Gamble - Oral Re: Homeless activist and Navy veteran; appreciates the County and activists efforts to help the homeless; provided flyer with the names of churches that help the homeless; no public transportation near the Bridges Homeless Shelter; Hudson Ridge Apartments won't accept Section 8 Housing Vouchers; restrooms for the homeless

 

Roxanne Elsel - Oral Re: Huntington Beach resident; concerns with safety and placement of temporary shelter near her home in Huntington Beach; temporary housing is not the solution; utilize private organizations and non-profits to help the homeless

 

Ilya Tseglin - Oral Re: Voice of his son, Nate Tseglin; tax dollars used for the useless killings of citizens; definition of genocide and the genocide of children; Public Defender, Social Services Agency and Public Guardian; corrupted Public Defender's office; medical kidnapping

 

Robert Tseglin - Oral Re: Nate Tseglin kidnapped three times, placed in homes, physically and mentally abused and forced to take drugs; Orange County Regional Center; Adult Protective Services; Public Defender; concealment of medical records

 

Margaret Sharp - Oral Re: Petition on change.org regarding the Fairview Development Center in Costa Mesa; Fairview Development Center can be used for permanent supportive housing

 

Morgan Denges - Oral Re: Discrepancy of what the County claims is being provided in terms of resources to the homeless individuals and what is actually available to the homeless; not enough resources available to the homeless; level of resistance to help the homeless

 

Mark Richard Daniels - Oral Re: Need to provide fundamental services to the homeless including restrooms; modular self-cleaning restrooms in Downtown Los Angeles; speak to the Army Corps of Engineers to allow services to be provided to the homeless population along the riverbed; consider Nancy West Alfresco Gardens plan for the homeless

 

Bryan Kaye - Oral Re: Forgery of plea agreements by the District Attorney and Public Defender; force delusion upon healthy people causing mental problems

 

Karla Miranda - Oral Re: Supports Agenda Items #43 (School Readiness Services)

 

John Seymour - Oral Re: Supports Agenda Item #55 (Oakcrest Heights Loan Funding Request)

 

Jackie Cordova - Oral Re: The death of Cheyenne Carrasco who lived in a tent on the riverbed

 

Jackie Mark - Oral Re: Alzheimer's Orange County; Agenda Item #41 (Prevention and Early Intervention Statewide Programs Funding); AB1473 to establish pilot program to address crisis stabilization support for seniors

 

Nancy West - Oral Re: Created Alfresco Gardens plan for the homeless; would like meeting with Board Members to discuss her plan and answer questions

 

Vern Nelson - Oral Re: People's Homeless Task Force in Anaheim; help for the homeless; thanked Supervisors Spitzer and Nelson for their help with the homeless; consider Nancy West's Alfresco Gardens plan

 

III. CONSENT CALENDAR (Items 1-30)

 

41352

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ITEM 3 WHICH WAS DELETED; ITEM 13 WHICH WAS CONTINUED TO 6/6/17, 9:30 A.M.; AND ITEMS 2, 9, 12, 17, 18 AND 19 WHICH WERE PULLED FOR DISCUSSION AND SEPARATE VOTE

 

BOARD APPOINTMENTS

 

1.

Supervisor Nelson - Orange County Human Relations Commission - Reappoint Bekele Demissie, Fullerton, for term ending 5/22/19

 

2.

Supervisor Bartlett - Development Processing Review Committee - Appoint David Bartlett, Ladera Ranch, for term concurrent with 5th District Supervisor's term of office

54132

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

DEPARTMENT APPOINTMENTS

 

3.

OC Community Resources - Orange County Development Board - Reappoint Kevin Landry, Anaheim; Lauray Holland Leis, Newport Beach; John Luker, Santa Ana and Frank Talarico, Santa Ana, for terms ending 12/31/19 - All Districts

41352

DELETED

 

ELECTED DEPARTMENT HEADS

 

 

Auditor-Controller:

 

4.

Acting as the Board of Supervisors and the Orange County Flood Control District - Set 6/27/17 as the date to establish appropriations limits for entities governed by County Board of Supervisors for FY 2017-18 (document available for public review in the office of the Auditor-Controller, commencing 6/6/17) - All Districts

 

5.

Authorize Auditor-Controller to delete damaged, destroyed, dismantled, missing, obsolete, stolen and surplused equipment from department capital asset inventories - All Districts

 

6.

District Attorney - Approve agreement MA-026-17011624 with Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company for hardware/software maintenance and support, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($226,320.64); and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute agreement - All Districts  

 

 

Sheriff-Coroner:

 

7.

Approve agreement with City of Anaheim for occasional supplemental law enforcement services, 5/24/17 - 10/1/17 ($34,284); and authorize Sheriff-Coroner or designee to execute future agreements under certain conditions - District 4

 

8.

Accept donation of $150,000 from Drug Use Is Life Abuse to fund Deputy Sheriff I position for one year in the Sheriff-Coroner's Community Programs/Drug Education Unit - All Districts

 

HEALTH CARE AGENCY

 

9.

Approve master agreement MA-042-17011410 with Coast Community Colleges District dba Golden West College for Mental Health Training for Law Enforcement Officers and Public Safety Personnel, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($239,395 per year; cumulative total $718,185) renewable for one additional two-year term; and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute agreement - District 2

12345

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

10.

Approve selection of and agreement with Phoenix House Orange County, Inc. for recovery maintenance services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($400,000); authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute agreement - District 1

 

11.

Approve Memorandum of Understanding with various school districts for School-Based Prevention and Early Intervention services and data sharing; and authorize Director or designee to execute MOU - All Districts

 

12.

Approve master agreement with various school districts for educationally-related mental health services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18; and authorize Director or designee to execute individual agreements - All Districts

15342

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

13.

Approve master agreement with various providers of short term housing services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/19 ($600,000); and authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute individual agreements - All Districts

41352

CONTINUED TO 6/6/17, 9:30 A.M.

 

14.

Approve agreement with The Regents of the University of California, on behalf of University of California Irvine Health for public health medical services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/19; and authorize Director or designee to execute agreement - District 3

 

JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT

 

15.

Approve Consent to Transfer Under Reciprocal Easement Agreement, Avigational Easement and Agreement Affecting Real Property with Newport Irvine Center, LLC for continued operation of County parcel within Newport-Irvine Center office building complex, 1981 Orchard Drive and 3300 Irvine Avenue; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 2

 

OC COMMUNITY RESOURCES

 

16.

Approve Orange County Regional and Unified Local Plan for FY 2017-20 for continued eligibility for Local Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act funding; authorize Chair of Orange County Development Board to submit the Orange County Regional Plan and Unified Local Plan to California Workforce Development Board and State of California Employment Development Department and authorize Orange County Development Board staff to make necessary revisions under certain conditions; and authorize execution of related documents - All Districts (Continued from 3/14/17, Item 9; 3/28/17, Item 2)

 

17.

Approve amendment 2 to agreement MA-012-1601025 with Vacate Termite & Pest Elimination Company Inc. for pest management and control services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($154,025; new total $254,052; cumulative total $454,025); authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute agreement; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - All Districts

54132

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

18.

Approve renewal of Employment and Economic Development Services agreement 17-28-0055-EEDS with Working Wardrobes for a New Start for employment and training services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($265,355; aggregate total $382,710); and authorize Director or designee to execute agreement and exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions - Districts 1 and 2

51342

CONTINUED TO 6/6/17, 9:30 A.M.; DIRECTED STAFF TO RETURN TO THE BOARD ON 6/6/17, 9:30 A.M. WITH A BREAKDOWN OF EXPENDITURES FOR THE PROGRAM

 

OC PUBLIC WORKS

 

19.

Approve 7-Year Capital Improvement Program, FY 2017-18 to FY 2023-24; and adopt resolution supporting Renewed Measure M Eligibility Package - All Districts

35142

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

RESO: 17-055

 

20.

Adopt resolution to certify mileage of the maintained streets and highways within unincorporated area of County of Orange - All Districts

 

RESO: 17-056

 

21.

Approve Final Tract Map 18001; approve Subdivision Improvement Agreement S1703-213 with CRP/CDG Ladera Ranch, LLC and accept bonds guaranteeing construction of improvements; and accept dedication of easements for emergency access, public utility and public service vehicle ingress and egress purposes - District 5

 

22.

Approve Final Tract Map 17599; approve Subdivision Improvement Agreement S1701-211 with CalAtlantic Group, Inc. and accept bonds guaranteeing construction of improvements; and accept dedication of easements for emergency access, public utility and public service vehicle ingress and egress purposes - District 5

 

23.

Acting as the Board of Supervisors and Orange County Flood Control District - Adopt resolution from California Governor's Office of Emergency Services for Universal Form 130 designating titles of individuals authorized to execute and file applications to obtain state and federal disaster reimbursements; and authorize Director to include cover letter naming designated employees - All Districts

 

RESO: 17-057

 

OC WASTE & RECYCLING

 

24.

Approve agreement MA-299-17011277 with Jacob & Hefner Associates, Inc. dba JHA Environmental, Inc. for operation and maintenance services of groundwater control and monitoring systems and water supply systems, South Region Landfills, 6/13/17 - 6/12/20 ($200,000 per year; cumulative total $600,000); renewable for two additional one-year terms; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - Districts 2, 3 and 5

 

SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY

 

25.

Approve agreement with Experian Information Solutions, Inc. for credit reports for foster youth ages 14 to 17, effective 7/1/17 until terminated by either party; and authorize Director or designee to execute agreement - All Districts

 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

 

Clerk of the Board:

 

26.

Approve proposed amendments to the Conflict of Interest Code Designated Filer Exhibits for Orange County Transportation Authority - All Districts

 

27.

Approve proposed amendments to the Conflict of Interest Code Designated Filer Exhibits for Orange County Sanitation District - All Districts

 

28.

Approve proposed amendments to the Conflict of Interest Code Designated Filer Exhibits for Laguna Beach Unified School District - All Districts

 

 

County Executive Office:

 

29.

Approve amendment to Memorandum of Understanding with CSU Fullerton Auxiliary Services Corporation for continued operation of Center for Demographic Research at California State University, Fullerton for demographic research and information services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($282,005.26); authorize County Executive Officer or designee to execute MOU; and authorize Auditor-Controller to pay sponsor fees - District 4

 

30.

Approve amended Bylaws of the Audit Oversight Committee to be consistent with Board Resolution No. 16-014, which amended the duties and responsibilities of Audit Oversight Committee when internal audit responsibilities transferred to Auditor-Controller's office - All Districts

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR

 


IV. DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 31-S72D)

 

ELECTED DEPARTMENT HEADS

 

31.

Auditor-Controller - Approve agreement MA-003-17011072 with IntelliTime Systems Corporation for Virtual Timecard Interface Automated Time and Attendance Collection System upgrade and support services, term ending 5/31/18 ($907,438); and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute agreement - All Districts

15342

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

 

Sheriff-Coroner:

 

32.

Approve amendment 5 to renew agreement MA-060-14012227 with Intratek Computer Inc. for information technology professional services and printer repair services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($321,000; cumulative total $1,164,300); renewable for one year; and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute amendment - All Districts

14352

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

33.

Approve agreement MA-060-17011453 with Computrition, Inc. for automated food services system software maintenance and support, 6/19/17 - 6/18/20 ($171,143.51); renewable for two additional one-year terms; and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute agreement - All Districts

14352

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

34.

Approve amendment 3 to renew agreement MA-060-14011457 with Susan Saxe-Clifford, Ph.D., ABPP, APC for psychological evaluation services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($400,000; new total $1,600,000); renewable for one additional year; and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute amendment - All Districts

51342

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

35.

Approve amendment 5 to agreement MA-060-13011794 with L-3 Communications Mobile-Vision, Inc. for purchase and installation of L-3 Mobile-Vision parts, 6/24/17 - 6/23/18 ($80,668.45; cumulative total $600,052.90); and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute amendment - All Districts

41352

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

36.

Approve amendment 2 to renew agreement MA-060-15012224 with Alquest Technologies Incorporated for structured cabling and support of network infrastructure installations, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($382,000; new total $1,176,000) - All Districts

41352

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

 

Treasurer-Tax Collector:

 

37.

Approve amendment 3 to renew agreement MA-074-12011056 with Elavon, Inc. for electronic payment processing services, 6/1/17 - 5/31/18 ($250,000; cumulative total $1,555,000); and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute amendment - All Districts

35142

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

38.

Adopt resolution authorizing Buena Park School District to issue and sell Buena Park School District General Obligation Bonds, Election 2014, Series 2017 as a Private Negotiated Sale; and direct Auditor-Controller to levy taxes for such bonds and maintain taxes on tax roll - Districts 2 and 4

24135

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

RESO: 17-058

 

HEALTH CARE AGENCY

 

39.

Approve renewal of agreement MA-042-14011645 with The Regents of the University of California, on behalf of UC Irvine Health for Phlebotomy and Laboratory Testing services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($925,000); renewable for one additional year; and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute agreement - District 3

31452

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

40.

Ratify standard agreement 16-78026-000 with California Department of State Hospitals for Forensic Conditional Release Program, 7/1/16 - 6/30/18 ($2,824,743); and authorize Director or designee to execute agreement, Unruh Civil Rights Act and Fair Employment Law and Housing Act certification form, Iran Contract Act certification form, Darfur Contracting Act certification form and CCC-307 Certification form - All Districts

54132

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

41.

Approve assignment of Mental Health Services Acts/Proposition 63 funds to California Mental Health Services Authority/Joint Powers agreement for continued implementation of Statewide Mental Health Prevention and Early Intervention Programs, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($900,000 annually); and authorize Director or designee to execute assignment - All Districts

45132

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

42.

Approve agreement with Hospital Association of Southern California for administrative mental health triage services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($2,418,300); and authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute agreement - All Districts

54132

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

43.

Approve agreement with Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center, Inc. dba Child Abuse Prevention Center, Inc. for school readiness services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($602,561); and authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute agreement - District 4

41352

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

44.

Approve selection of and agreement with Orange County Superintendent of Schools a.k.a Orange County Department of Education for alcohol and other drug prevention services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($990,000); authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute agreement - All Districts

14352

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

45.

Approve selection of and agreements with AIDS Services Foundation Orange County ($1,462,290) and Straight Talk Clinic, Inc. ($626,055) for HIV housing services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20; authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute agreements - All Districts

12345

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

46.

Approve agreement with South Coast Children's Society, Inc. dba South Coast Community Services for transitional age youth crisis residential services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/19 ($3,387,412); and authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute agreement - District 2

13452

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED AND, CONSISTENT WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONTRACT POLICY MANUAL, THE BOARD ALSO EXTENDED THE TERM OF THE AGREEMENT ONE ADDITIONAL YEAR TO JUNE 20, 2020, WITH TWO OPTIONAL ADDITIONAL ONE-YEAR EXTENSIONS

 

47.

Approve amendment 1 to agreement with College Community Services for peer mentoring services for adults and older adults, 6/1/17 - 6/30/17 ($12,761; new total $1,761,433); approve agreement with College Community Services for peer mentoring services for adults and older adults, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($7,655,709); and authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute amendment and agreement - District 2

21345

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

48.

Approve agreement with Royale Health Care Center, Inc. for mental health inpatient services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/22 ($68,462,405); and authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute agreement - Districts 1 and 5

51342

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

OC COMMUNITY RESOURCES

 

49.

Approve lease PR32C-151 with James Productions, Inc. for operation and maintenance of events facility adjacent to Irvine Lake, 6/1/17 - 5/31/22; with one five-year option to extend under certain conditions; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 3 (4/5 vote of the members present)

B.O.

DELETED

 

50.

Approve funding for final year Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Comprehensive One-Stop Centers and Business Services programs for employment and training services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($7,412,292; revised program aggregate $47,775,073); approve renewal agreement 17-28-0004-OS with ProPath, Inc. for employment and training services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($7,412,292); and authorize Director or designee to execute renewal of agreement and exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions - Districts 2 and 3

23145

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED; DIRECTED STAFF TO PROVIDE PERFORMANCE METRICS WITHIN AGENDA STAFF REPORTS AND CONTRACTS FOR ALL FUTURE CONTRACT RENEWALS FOR ALL AGENCIES

 

51.

Approve model agreement funded by Tobacco Settlement Revenue and model agreement funded by Measure M2 for Senior Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (SNEMT) services; approve agreements with Abrazar, Inc. in Service Area 1, North County ($375,659), Age Well Senior Services, Inc., in Service Area 2, South County ($403,325) and Abrazar, Inc. in Service Area 3, Central/West County ($501,819), funded by Tobacco Settlement Revenue, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18; approve agreements with Abrazar, Inc. in Service Area 1, North County ($888,816), Age Well Senior Services, Inc., in Service Area 2, South County ($954,272) and Abrazar, Inc. in Service Area 3, Central/West County ($1,187,310) funded by Measure M2 funds, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18; each renewable for three additional one-year terms; and authorize Director or designee to execute individual agreements and amendments and exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions - All Districts

51342

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

52.

Adopt resolution approving State Standard agreement AP-1718-22 and contractor/vendor confidentiality statement with State Department of Aging for senior services programs, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($10,234,432); and authorize Director or designee to execute agreement, future amendments and exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions - All Districts

15342

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

RESO: 17-059

 

53.

Approve agreement 17-22-0002 with People for Irvine Community Health dba 2-1-1 Orange County for 2-1-1 Information and Referral Call Center, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($200,000); authorize Director or designee to execute agreement, and exercise cost contingency increase or decrease not to exceed 10%, make line item budget transfers and corresponding changes to units of service within existing scope of work under certain conditions - All Districts

B.O.

CONTINUED TO 6/27/17, 9:30 A.M.

 

54.

Approve renewals of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act agreements with City of La Habra ($580,918; aggregate total $1,192,411), KRA Corporation ($262,187; aggregate total $538,173), Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance, Inc. ($1,428,127; aggregate total $2,931,418), and South Orange County Community College District dba Saddleback College ($293,768; aggregate total $602,998); and authorize Director or designee to execute individual agreements and amendments and exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% and make line item budget transfers under certain conditions - All Districts

54132

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

55.

Acting as the Board of Supervisors - Make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings, and adopt those feasible mitigation measures within the separate authority of the County; Acting as Board of Supervisors and Orange County Housing Authority Acting as Housing Successor Agency - Authorize Director or designee to utilize HOME Investment Partnership Act funds and/or Orange County Housing Successor Agency funds and approve loan commitment to National Community Renaissance of California (or to a partnership formed by National Community Renaissance of California) for development of Oakcrest Heights in Yorba Linda ($1,644,300) 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; approve subordination at permanent financing ($1,644,300) County loan to an amortized first trust deed conventional loan ($2,650,636) and to subordinate to additional senior debt up to 100% of the cumulative loan-to-value based on the as-built appraised market value, if necessary, based on any future changes in project financing; Acting as the Orange County Housing Authority - Approve the selection of Oakcrest Heights for utilization of eight Project-Based Housing Choice Vouchers for eight units of permanent supportive housing in accordance with the policies and procedures identified in the Orange County Housing Authority Administrative Plan and the execution of related documents, instruments, and agreements 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

32145

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

56.

Acting as the Board of Supervisors and Orange County Housing Authority - Approve agreement MA-012-17011730 with People for Irvine Community Health dba 2-1-1 Orange County to provide technical assistance services for Homeless Assistance Program, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($602,852); and authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute agreement - All Districts

B.O.

CONTINUED TO 6/27/17, 9:30 A.M.

 

OC PUBLIC WORKS

 

57.

Approve agreement MA-299-17011504 with Griffith Company for La Pata Viewshed Mitigation Phase III, South Regional Landfills ($417,157); and authorize Director or designee to execute agreement - District 5

54132

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

OC WASTE & RECYCLING

 

58.

Approve amendment 2 to renew agreement MA-299-14010200 with Tetra Tech BAS, Inc. for landfill gas operation and maintenance services, Central Region Landfills, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($2,000,000; cumulative total $10,000,000); authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute amendment; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - Districts 2 and 3

32145

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

59.

Approve agreement MA-299-17011417 with Stearns, Conrad and Schmidt Consulting Engineers, Inc. dba SCS Field Services for operation and maintenance services of landfill gas control systems, North Region Landfills, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($6,000,000); renewable for two additional one-year terms ($2,000,000 per year); authorize Purchasing Agent or authorized Deputy to execute agreement; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 4

43152

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY

 

60.

Approve revised allocation agreement with State of California Department of Health Care Services for Medi-Cal outreach, enrollment and retention activities, term ending 6/30/18 ($567,472; new total $2,142,085) and authorize Director or designee to execute revised allocation agreement; approve amendment 2 to agreement ARR0413A2 with OneOC to provide Medi-Cal outreach, enrollment and retention activities, 11/1/14 - 6/30/18 ($650,000; cumulative total of $2,000,000) - All Districts

34152

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

61.

Approve agreement CFZ3317 with New Alternatives, Inc. for transitional residential home services at Tustin Family Campus, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($2,018,520); renewable for two additional one-year terms - District 3

35142

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

62.

Approve final renewal of agreement WJC0217 with Family Support Network for Wraparound Orange County support services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($165,000; cumulative total $825,000) - All Districts

53142

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

63.

Approve Memorandum of Understanding CPY3117 with Children and Families Commission of Orange County for Early Childhood System of Care services for children entering the child welfare system, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($240,000 Commission and $3,051,561 County) - All Districts

54132

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

64.

Approve agreement WGV0416 with Illumination Foundation for Housing Support Program services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/19 ($1,224,000) renewable for an additional one-year term - All Districts

41352

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

65.

Approve non-financial master Memorandum of Understanding AMZ0316-00 for implementation and administration of Restaurant Meals Program, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20; and authorize Director or designee to execute non-financial MOU with qualified restaurants- All Districts

14342

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

66.

Approve renewal of agreements WRLD317 with Family Preservation Community Services, Inc., WCB0417 with New Alternatives, Inc., WAB0517 with Olive Crest, WRL0617 with Phoenix House Orange County, Inc., WAB0717 with Seneca Family of Agencies and WCB0817 with South Coast Children's Society, Inc. dba South Coast Community Services for Wraparound Orange County direct services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18 ($2,100,000 each; cumulative total $10,500,000 each agreement) - All Districts

45132

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

67.

Approve agreement CAB2417 with Orangewood Foundation for Independent Living Program services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($1,196,622); renewable for two additional one-year terms; and authorize Director or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions - District 1

13452

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

68.

Approve agreement CPY3417 and amendment 2 to license GA1213-215-2 with Mexican American Opportunity Foundation for early childhood education services at Tustin Family Campus Early Childhood Development Center, 7/1/17 - 6/30/20 ($1,407,243); renewable for two additional one-year terms - District 3

31452

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

 

County Executive Office:

 

69.

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

12345

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED; DIRECTED STAFF TO ADD AB1250 TO LEGISLATIVE PLATFORM

 

70.

Approve grant applications/awards submitted by Health Care Agency and ratify retroactive grant applications/awards submitted by OC Public Works in 5/23/17 grant report and other actions as recommended; adopt resolution approving amendment 04 to agreement 14-10527, authorizing Health Care Agency Director or designee acceptance of grant, execute applications agreements, amendments and related documents to California Department of Public Health for support Public Health Emergency Preparedness, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18; and adopt resolution authorizing OC Public Works Director or designee to submit and execute application for Renewed Measure M Environmental Cleanup, Tier 1 grant program for Bandalong Litter Trap and Trash Boom System on Bolsa Chica Channel and to invoice Orange County Transportation Authority for payment - All Districts

32145

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

RESO: 17-060 - 17-061

 

71.

Approve amendment 13 to agreement MA-017-16010665 with Level 3 Communications, LLC for wide area network services to extend term for one-year, 6/14/17 - 6/13/18 ($209,660.80; revised cumulative total $4,793,627.71); authorize Chief Information Officer or designee to exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions and execute amendment - All Districts

14235

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

72.

Human Resource Services - Approve amendment 3 to agreement with Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company for Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance for various eligible employees, 1/1/18 - 12/31/18; renewable for one additional one-year term; and authorize Chief Human Resource Services Officer or designee to execute amendment - All Districts

14352

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT

 

S72A.

Authorize Auditor-Controller to transfer appropriations from Airport Operating Fund 280 to Airport Debt Service Fund and decrease Airport Construction Fund 281 ($5,000,000 each); authorize Auditor-Controller to decrease fund balance reserves in Airport Debt Service Fund 283 ($22,210,000); authorize Auditor-Controller to increase appropriations for Airport Debt Service Fund 283 for partial early redemption of 2009 Airport Revenue Bonds, 7/1/17 ($27,210,000) - District 2 (4/5 vote of the members present)

24135

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

ELECTED DEPARTMENT HEADS

 

S72B.

Sheriff-Coroner - Approve declaration of emergency and make findings pursuant to Public Contract Code 22050(a)(1)(2) at Theo Lacy Facility, H Barracks West for unrepairable drain and plumbing system issues; set review to determine need for continuing local emergency for 6/6/17, 9:30 a.m. and every regularly scheduled meeting thereafter until terminated; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 3 (4/5 vote of the members present)

35142

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

OC PUBLIC WORKS

 

S72C.

Approve amendment 1 to renew agreement D14-077 with City of Mission Viejo for road maintenance and operation services, 7/1/17 - 6/30/19 ($1,027,051 each year); authorize Director or designee to execute, future amendments and exercise cost contingency increase not to exceed 10% under certain conditions; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 3 and 5

53142

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

S72D.

Chairwoman Steel - Adopt resolution proclaiming May 26th as "John Wayne Day"

21345

APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED

 

RESO: 17-062

 

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS (None)

 

VI. CLOSED SESSION (Items CS-1-SCS11)

 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

CS-1.

Human Resource Services - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6:
Agency Negotiator:  Brenda Diederichs
Employee Organizations:  Association of County Law Enforcement Management (ACLEM), American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs (AOCDS), International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 952, International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE), Orange County Attorneys Association (OCAA), Orange County Employees Association (OCEA), Orange County Managers Association (OCMA) and other non-represented employees
RE:  Terms and Conditions of Employment

B.O.

DELETED

 

SCS2.

County Counsel - CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1):
Name of Case:  Shawn Fernandez v. County of Orange, Orange County Superior Court Case No. 30-2016-00844676

B.O.

HELD,  COUNTY COUNSEL READ;  THE BOARD BY A UNANIMOUS VOTE, APPROVED A PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IN THE CASE OF SHAWN FERNANDEZ V. COUNTY OF ORANGE. THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT REMAINS SUBJECT TO FINAL APPROVAL OF OTHERS.  AS SOON AS THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT BECOMES FINAL, DETAILS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE OF CEO/RISK MANAGEMENT TO ANY PERSON WHO INQUIRES.

 

 

County Executive Office:

 

SCS3.

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8:
Property Location:   2525 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92705
County Negotiator:  Scott D. Mayer, Chief Real Estate Officer
Negotiating Party:    Wells Fargo
                                    Discovery Science Center of Orange County
Under Negotiation:  Terms and Value of Future Purchase

B.O.

DELETED

 

SCS4.

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8:
Property Location:   Former South Court Justice Center
                                     Approximately 22 acres at the intersection of Alicia Parkway
                                     and Crown Valley Parkway, Laguna Niguel, CA
County Negotiator:   Scott D. Mayer, Chief Real Estate Officer
Negotiating Party:     Lab Holdings, LLC
Under Negotiation:   Terms Development and Value of Future Lease

B.O.

HELD, NO REPORTABLE ACTION

 

 

County Counsel:

 

SCS5.

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION - SIGNIFICANT EXPOSURE TO LITIGATION - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2):
Number of Cases:  One Case

B.O.

HELD, NO REPORTABLE ACTION

 

SCS6.

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - INITIATION OF LITIGATION
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4):
Number of Cases:  One Case

B.O.

HELD, NO REPORTABLE ACTION

 

SCS7.

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1).
Name of Case:  Charles Huntsman v. Wesley Dean, Eric Giummo, Austin Kinney and Blake Blaney, United States District Court Case No. 8:16-cv-01561JVS-AS

B.O.

HELD,  COUNTY COUNSEL READ;  THE BOARD BY A UNANIMOUS VOTE, APPROVED A PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IN THE CASE OF CHARLES HUNTSMAN, V. WESLEY DEAN, ERIC GIUMMO, AUSTIN KINNEY AND BLAKE BLANEY. THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT REMAINS SUBJECT TO FINAL APPROVAL OF OTHERS.  AS SOON AS THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT BECOMES FINAL, DETAILS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE OF CEO/RISK MANAGEMENT TO ANY PERSON WHO INQUIRES.

 

SCS8.

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION - SIGNIFICANT EXPOSURE TO LITIGATION - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2), (e)(2):
Number of Cases: Multiple Cases.  The purpose of this closed session will be to discuss with the Board the County's significant exposure to litigation initiated by one or more parties challenging the possible deployment of temporary shelters on various County properties for the purpose of providing housing opportunities and support services for homeless persons

B.O.

HELD, NO REPORTABLE ACTION

 

SCS9.

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1):
Name of Case:  Manuel Silva v. County of Orange, Workers' Compensation Appeals Case No. ADJ2639119 & 1808600

B.O.

HELD,  COUNTY COUNSEL READ;  THE BOARD BY A UNANIMOUS VOTE, APPROVED A PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IN THE CASE OF MANUEL SILVA V. COUNTY OF ORANGE. THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT REMAINS SUBJECT TO FINAL APPROVAL OF OTHERS.  AS SOON AS THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT BECOMES FINAL, DETAILS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE OF CEO/RISK MANAGEMENT TO ANY PERSON WHO INQUIRES.

 

SCS10.

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1):
Name of Case:  Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange v. County of Orange and Orange County Board of Supervisors, Orange County Superior Court Case No. 30-2016-00830777

B.O.

HELD,  COUNTY COUNSEL READ;  THE BOARD BY A UNANIMOUS VOTE, APPROVED A PROPOSED CONDITIONAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IN THE CASE OF ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF ORANGE V. COUNTY OF ORANGE AND ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT REMAINS SUBJECT TO FINAL APPROVAL OF OTHERS.  SUPERVISOR SPITZER WILL BE HOLDING A PUBLIC FORUM TO PRESENT THE PROJECT AND THE NORTH TUSTIN ADVISORY COMMITTEE WILL ALSO CONSIDER THE PROPOSED CONDITIONAL SETTLEMENT.  IN ADDITION, THE PROJECT WILL THEN RETURN TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE REQUIRED SPECIFIC PLAN AMENDMENTS, DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT, AND OTHER PROJECT ENTITLEMENTS.  AS SOON AS THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT BECOMES FINAL, DETAILS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE OF COUNTY COUNSEL TO ANY PERSON WHO INQUIRES.

 

SCS11.

Pursuant to Government Code section 54954.2(b)(2), the Board unanimously voted to add an item of business to the May 23, 2017, Board meeting agenda concerning a matter that came to the attention of the Board subsequent to the agenda being posted.  The purpose of the item of business added by the Board to the agenda – styled as Supplemental Closed Session No. 11 or “SCS-11” – was to discuss, in closed session, the County’s significant exposure to litigation with the United States Department of Justice resulting from the May 22, 2017 letter that Supervisor Spitzer sent to United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a letter in which Supervisor Spitzer urged Attorney General Sessions “to take control of the of the Orange County District Attorney's office by consent decree.”

B.O.

HELD, NO REPORTABLE ACTION

 

VII. CEO, BOARD COMMENTS & ADJOURNMENT

 

COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMENTS:

None

 

BOARD COMMENTS:

Chairwoman Steel - Oral Re: Attended 'The Hiring Fair' held on Friday, May 19 at the OC Fair & Events Center; thanked staff who worked the job fair and suggested animal care adoption be added to future job fairs

 

ADJOURNED:  3:55 PM. 

52134

Adjourned in memory of Stu Saffer

 

42135

Adjourned in memory of Griff Ducan

 

 

***  KEY  ***

Left Margin Notes

 

 

 

1. = Supervisor Do

A.  =   Abstained

2. = Supervisor Steel

X.  =   Excused

3. = Supervisor Spitzer

N.  =   No

4. = Supervisor Nelson

BO =   Board Order

5. = Supervisor Bartlett

 

 

 

ORD.  = Ordinance

 

RESO. = Resolution

 

 

Above numbers refer to Supervisorial Districts (1st number = Moved by; 2nd number = Seconded by)

 

 

                                                                                                                                                           

 Chair, Orange County Board of Supervisors

                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

                                                                       

   Orange County Clerk of the Board