FAIR STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS FOR THE

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 2008

 

 


PAUL BIANE

CHAIRMAN

Second District Supervisor

GARY OVITT

VICE-CHAIRMAN

Fourth District Supervisor

 

 

BRAD MITZELFELT

First District Supervisor

DENNIS HANSBERGER

Third District Supervisor

JOSIE GONZALES

Fifth District Supervisor

 

 

 

County Administrative Officer

Mark H. Uffer

County Counsel

Ruth E. Stringer

Clerk of the Board

Dena M. Smith

 

 

 


Except where noted, all scheduled items were heard in the Covington Chambers of the Board of Supervisors, County Government Center, 385 North Arrowhead Avenue, First Floor, San Bernardino, California.

 

PRESENT:                 Board of Supervisors:                         Mitzelfelt, Biane, Hansberger, Ovitt, Gonzales

 

OTHERS IN

ATTENDANCE:          County Administrative Officer             Mark H. Uffer

                                    County Counsel                                  Ruth E. Stringer

                                    Clerk of the Board                               Dena M. Smith

 

9:00 A.M. - CONVENE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - Magda Lawson Room, Fifth Floor, County Government Center.

 

CLOSED SESSION

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation (Government Code section 54956.9(a)):

 

  1. City of Rialto et al. v. United States Department of Defense, et al., United States District Court, Central District, Case No. ED CV 04-00079 PSG (SSx)

 

  1. City of Rialto et al. v. United States Department of Defense, et al., Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal, Case No. 05-56749

 

  1. City of Colton et al. v. American Promotional Events, Inc. – West, et al., Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal, Case No. 06-56727, 06-56718 and 07-55027

 

  1. City of Colton et al. v. American Promotional Events, Inc. – West, et al., United States District Court, Central District, Case No. ED CV 06-01313 PSG (SSx)

 

  1. City of Colton et al. v. American Promotional Events, Inc. – West, et al., Los Angeles County Superior Court, Case No. BC 376008

 

  1. Edward Stout, et al. v. Zambelli Fireworks Manufacturing Co., et al., San Diego County Superior Court, Case No. GIC 881273

 

  1. Town of Apple Valley, et al. v. County of San Bernardino, Los Angeles County Superior Court, Case No. KC049711 ‘J’

 

  1. In the Matter of the Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region, Order R8-2003-0013 and the related Petitions to the State Water Resources Control Board, SWRCB/OCC Files A-1547 and A1668

 

  1. Ralph Coleman, et al., v. Schwarzenegger, et al., Case No. CIV-90-0520 LKK JFM P

 

  1. Marciano Plata, et al., v. Schwarzenegger, et al., Case No. C01-1351 THE

 

Conference with Legal Counsel – Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code section 54956.9(b))

 

  1. One case.

 

Conference with Labor Negotiator (Government Code section 54956.6:

 

  1. Agency negotiator: Bob Windle

 Employee organization: San Bernardino Public Employees Association (SBPEA)

 

  1. Agency negotiator: Bob Windle

 Employee organization: San Bernardino County Public Attorneys Association

 (SBCPAA)

 

  1. Agency negotiator: Victor Tordesillas

 Employee organization: San Bernardino County Probation Officers Association

 (SBCPOA)

 

  1. Agency negotiator: Victor Tordesillas

 Employee organization: Safety Employees’ Benefit Association (Specialized Peace

 Officer/Supervisory Units) (SEBA)

 

  1. Agency negotiator: Victor Tordesillas

 Employee organization: California Nurses Association (CNA)

 

BOARD-GOVERNED COUNTY SERVICE AREAS

Conference with Labor Negotiator (Government Code section 54956.6):

 

  1. Agency negotiator: Diana Leibrich

            Employee organization: Communications Workers of America (CWA)

 

  1. Agency negotiator: Diana Leibrich

 Employee organization: International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE)

 

PUBLIC SESSION

 

10:00 A.M. – RECONVENE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – Covington Chambers, First Floor, County Government Center.

 

Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance – Second District

Glynn Alsup, Victor Valley Church of Christ, in Victorville

 

Presentation of the Agenda

 

Memorial Adjournments 

 

·         First District – Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt

o        Charles Dunham, 79, of Hesperia

o        Timothy Echols, 50, of Needles


o        Richard Gentry, 59 of Victorville

o        Robert May, 89, of Hesperia

o        Joyce May, 70, of Wrightwood

o        Paul McGinty, 88, Twentynine Palms

o        David Morse, 40, of Victorville

o        Margaret Shaughnessy, 81, of Victorville

o        Miles Thomas, 84, of Victorville

·         Second District – Chairman Paul Biane

·         Third District – Supervisor Dennis Hansberger

·         Fourth District – Vice-Chairman Gary Ovitt

o        James Edward Brand, 89, of Ontario

o        Maria Theresia Redel Brunet, 87, of Chino

o        Dennis Fee, 55, of Ontario

·         Fifth District – Supervisor Josie Gonzales

o        Kathryne H. Matthews, 94, of Rialto

o        Elvira Trujillo, 83, of Colton

 

Reports from County Counsel and County Administrative Officer

 

Special Presentations, Resolutions & Certificates of Recognition

 

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

1.         Adoption of Resolutions & Certificates of Recognition:

 

First District

Adopt resolution congratulating the City of Hesperia for celebrating 20 years of cityhood.

 

Adopt resolution congratulating Dr. Patricia Caldwell for her accomplishments as President of Copper Mountain College.

 

Adopt resolution recognizing Dr. Cindy McVay for her service to the Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce.

 

Adopt resolution honoring Frank Alaniz for his military service during the Vietnam War.

 

Adopt resolution honoring Carlos Rosado for his military service during the Vietnam War.

 

Fifth District

Adopt resolution recognizing Dr. Donald F. Averill upon his retirement as Chancellor of the San Bernardino Community College District.

 

Adopt resolution recognizing 1st Battalion, 185th Armor Regiment, for their selfless contribution to our community and Nation.

 

Adopt resolution recognizing Maurice Calderon upon his retirement as Senior Vice President of Minority Development at Arrowhead Credit Union in San Bernardino.

 

2.         Appointments, reappointments and vacancies to Boards, Commissions and Committees:

 

a)         Accept resignation and declare vacancy of Dr. Nick Andonov on the Mental Health Commission, 2nd District.

 

b)         Accept resignation and post vacancy of Richard Avent on the Flood Control Advisory Committee Zone 1, 2nd District.

 

c)         Ratify Supervisor Mitzelfelt's June 17, 2008 appointment of Thomas Sutton as his alternate to the Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority, 1st District.

 

3.         1) Approve a $5,000 allocation from the County's 2007-08 Priority Policy Needs budget to the Department of Public Health to provide funding assistance to the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) to support the U-19 Boys Team in the 2008 National Tournament. 2) Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to increase appropriation and transfers by $5,000 as follows: Special Department Expense, AAA-PHL-PHL-200-2135, $5,000; Transfers In, AAA-PHL-PHL-541-5013, $5,000 (Four votes required). (Presenter: Supervisor Paul Biane)

 

4.         1) Approve a $5,000 allocation from the County's 2007-08 Priority Policy Needs budget to the County Library to provide funding assistance to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Children's section at the new Lewis Library and Technology Center in Fontana to purchase books and other library materials. 2) Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to increase appropriation and transfers by $5,000 as follows: Contributions to Other Agencies; SAP-CLB-CLB-300-3305, $5,000; Transfers In, SAP-CLB-CLB-541-5013, $5,000 (Four votes required). (Presenter: Supervisor Paul Biane)

 

CLERK OF THE BOARD

 

5.         Accept the recommendations of various departments and approve salvage collector business licenses for Garry Lee Wheeler, Tony Jasso and Ethelvina Plancarte. (Presenter: Dena M. Smith)

 

6.         Refer to County Counsel for investigation and report the following claims for refund of tax payment: a) Tyler Peterson; and b) Phyllis Blicha. (Presenter: Dena M. Smith)

 

7.         Refer to County Counsel the following summonses: Superior Court Summons CIVRS 802524 entitled Yuri Camacho Malagon and Virginia Camacho Malagon, vs. County of San Bernardino et al.; Superior Court Summons RIC 499985 entitled Paul Meyers and Ashley Krueger vs. County of San Bernardino et al. (Presenter: Dena M. Smith)

 

PUBLIC & SUPPORT SERVICES GROUP (PSSG)

Airports

 

8.         Receive list of Airports approved Solicitations of Proposal and Short-Term Leases executed from May 1, 2008 through June 30, 2008. (Presenter: Mike N. Williams)

 

Architecture & Engineering

 

9.         1) Authorize the Director of the Architecture and Engineering Department (A&E) to utilize the design/build project delivery method, as allowed by Public Contract Code Section 20133, for the design and construction of the Central Valley Juvenile Detention and Assessment Center Redevelopment Project.

2) Adopt the findings and recommendations of the appeal panel and reject the appeal by ASR Constructors, Inc. to have their rating from the pre-qualification process modified and find ASR Constructors, Inc. is not authorized to respond to the Design/Build Request for Proposals (RFP) to provide design and construction services for the Central Valley Juvenile Detention and Assessment Center Redevelopment Project.

3) Approve the Design/Build Request for Proposals to provide design and construction services for the Central Valley Juvenile Detention and Assessment Center Redevelopment Project; and authorize A&E to issue the RFP to the three highest rated pre-qualified design/build contractors in accordance with Public Contract Code Section 20133.

4) Approve the payment of an honorarium to the second and third rated proposers to the Design/Build RFP to provide design and construction services for the Central Valley Juvenile Detention and Assessment Center Redevelopment Project in the amount of $60,000 each.


5) Find that it is in the best interest of the County to award a $150,000 non-competitive contract to ATI Architects of Redlands, selected to develop the performance documents from the approved list of on-call consultants established through a previous competitive process, to continue their work on the Central Valley Juvenile Detention and Assessment Center Redevelopment Project by providing bidding services and construction administration services.

6) Approve and authorize the release of a Request for Proposals (RFP) to provide Labor Compliance Services for the Central Valley Juvenile Detention Assessment Center Redevelopment Project; and other future design/build projects which may be approved by the Board of Supervisors prior to July 1, 2009. (Presenter: Carl R. Alban)

 

10.       Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to adjust appropriation within the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget, as detailed on Attachment A, for: a) transferring $305,451 from eight (8) completed general funded CIP projects to the CIP Residual Account; b) transferring $809,707 from two (2) completed general funded ADA restroom remodel projects and the remaining general funded ADA Restroom Remodel program budget to the ADA Restroom Remodel Program Budget; c) transferring a net amount of $42,295 to and from six (6) completed/cancelled Probation Department funded CIP projects to the Probation CIP Residual Account; and d) a net transfer of $454,966 to and from five (5) completed general funded Glen Helen Regional Park Projects to the Glen Helen Regional Park Improvements Project. (Presenter: Carl R. Alban)

 

11.       1) Reject all bids for the Sheriff's Headquarters Air Conditioning and Controls Retrofit. 2) Approve revised plans and specification and authorize the Director of the Architecture and Engineering Department (A&E) to advertise for competitive bids for the Sheriff's Headquarters Air Conditioning and Controls Retrofit Re-Bid. (Presenter: Carl R. Alban)

 

Facilities Management

 

12.       Approve a one-year extension of the contract with ECS Company, Inc. (ECS) through June 30, 2009, for the provision of water system management and operations services of the Glen Helen and Behavioral Health/Central Juvenile Hall County potable water systems in San Bernardino in the amount of $268,300. (Presenter: David S. Gibson)

 

Fleet Management

 

13.       Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to adjust appropriation in the Fleet Management - Garage and the Fleet Management - Motor Pool budgets, as detailed in the financial impact section (Four votes required). (Presenter: Roger Weaver)

 

Museum

 

14.       1) Approve agreement with the Bureau of Land Management to accept grant funds in the amount of $600,000 allowing Museum staff to protect and curate regionally significant fossils in the Upper Las Vegas Wash Conservation Transfer Area for interpretation at the new Hall of Geological Wonders. 2) Authorize the Museum Director to sign and submit the grant documents on behalf of the County. (Presenter: Robert L. McKernan)

 

Public Works - Solid Waste Management

 

15.       Approve agreement with Analytical Photogrammetric Surveys, Inc. in the amount of $94,498 for Aerial Mapping and Volume Calculations of San Bernardino County Landfills managed by Team A of the Solid Waste Management Division (SWMD) from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2010. (Presenter: Peter H. Wulfman)

 

16.       Continue the finding originally made by the Board of Supervisors on December 11, 2007, that there is substantial evidence that the October 2007 Slide and Grass Valley Fires (Fires) created an emergency, pursuant to Public Contract Code section 22050, which will not permit the delay resulting from a competitive solicitation for bids for contracts for the necessary equipment, services and supplies for the purpose of removing fire debris and installing erosion control measures (Four votes required). (Presenter: Peter H. Wulfman)

 

17.       Approve issuance of Class A permits to Burrtec Waste Industries and River Cities Waste to provide collection, transportation, and disposal of refuse in portions of the unincorporated area of the County, as set forth in Attachment A, for a twelve (12) month term from July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Peter H. Wulfman)

 

18.       1) Approve plans and specifications for the installation of perimeter landfill gas (LFG) monitoring probes at the Landers, Mid-Valley and Victorville Sanitary Landfills to comply with the newly promulgated amendment to Title 27 of the California Code of Regulations (27 CCR). 2) Authorize the Solid Waste Management Division (SWMD) to advertise for competitive bids. (Presenter: Peter H. Wulfman)

 

19.       1) Approve action of not authorizing the five-year term extension of nineteen (19) Solid Waste Handling Franchise Agreements that are scheduled for automatic renewal on July 1, 2008. 2) Direct the Solid Waste Management Division (SWMD) to update the Franchise Agreements that define solid waste handling services in the unincorporated area of the County to include additional, enhanced, updated and/or changed services and boundaries and return to the County Board of Supervisors with recommendation(s). (Presenter: Peter H. Wulfman)

 

Public Works - Transportation

 

20.       Approve a Cooperative Agreement between the County of San Bernardino (County), San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG), and the City of Fontana (City) regarding the Plans, Specifications and Estimates (PS&E) for the Interstate 10/Citrus Avenue Interchange Improvement Project in the Fontana area. (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 

21.       Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contract No 08-330 with Hillcrest Contracting, Inc., increasing the contract amount by $23,000 (from $54,151.10 to $77,151.10) for additional costs incurred during construction of the Live Oak Avenue project in the Fontana area; find that this additional expenditure was unforeseen at the time the contract was awarded and is necessary to complete the project pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20136 (Four votes required). (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 

22.       Approve Amendment No. 2 to Contract No 08-159 with JMR General Engineering Corporation, increasing the contract amount by $4,025 (from $61,371 to $65,396) for additional costs incurred during construction of the ADA Ramps and Sidewalk Repairs project in the Bloomington, Chino, and Montclair areas; find that this additional expenditure was unforeseen at the time the contract was awarded and is necessary to complete the project pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20136 (Four votes required). (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 

23.       Approve Amendment No. 2 to Contract No 08-220 with Palomar Grading & Paving, Inc., increasing the contract amount by $70,589 (from $94,316 to $164,905) for additional costs incurred during construction of the Athol Street Sidewalk project in the Trona area; find that this additional expenditure was unforeseen at the time the contract was awarded and is necessary to complete the project pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20136 (Four votes required). (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 

24.       Approve Cooperative Agreement with the Lake Arrowhead Community Services District (District), in which the County will contribute an amount not to exceed $90,710 towards the cost for paving portions of Burnt Mill Road, Castlegate Road, Terrace Road, Shady Road, Hillside Road and Red Rock Road in the Lake Arrowhead area. (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 

25.       1) Award a contract to International Pavement Solutions, Inc. in the amount of $81,276 for the Pinewood Drive & Others project in the Big Bear City area. 2) Authorize a contingency fund of $8,127 for the project.   3) Authorize the Director of Public Works to execute changes in the contract should they become necessary in the future for a total amount not to exceed $8,127. 3) Authorize the Director of Public Works to execute the Notice of Completion after acceptance of the work. (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 


Real Estate Services

 

26.       Approve a three-month License, Indemnification and Hold Harmless Agreement (Agreement) with the City of San Bernardino (City) and The High Desert Partnership in Academic Excellence Foundation, Inc. (HDPAEF) to enter and make improvements to City- and County-owned property located at 503 East Central Avenue in San Bernardino from June 1, 2008 through August 31, 2008 for classrooms and related educational facilities for no revenue. (Presenter: David H. Slaughter)

 

27.       Approve a one-day Use Permit with the City of Hesperia (City) for use of the County-leased parking lot at 9655 Ninth Avenue in Hesperia for the City's 20th Anniversary Celebration on June 28, 2008 at no cost. (Presenter: David H. Slaughter)

 

28.       Approve Amendment No. 3 to Lease Agreement, No. 01-842, with Riad and Denise Malki to extend the term through July 31, 2010 for 1,100 square feet of office space in Victorville for Human Services Group (HSG) Fraud Prevention in the amount of $41,844. (Presenter: David H. Slaughter)

 

29.       Approve Amendment No. 5 to Lease Agreement No. 86-1107 with Eva La Fleur to extend the term through June 30, 2011 for 15,768 square feet of office space in Barstow for the Transitional Assistance Department (TAD) in the amount of $925,428. (Presenter: David H. Slaughter)

 

30.       Approve a three-year lease agreement with L & M Properties for 800 square feet of office space in Needles for the Sheriff-Coroner from February 1, 2008 through January 31, 2011 in the amount of $15,840. (Presenter: David H. Slaughter)

 

Regional Parks

 

31.       CONTINUE TO TUESDAY, JULY 15, 2008 AT 10:00 A.M. - 1) Approve Amendment No. 1 to Employment Agreement No. 06-1039 with Jamie Murphy as Calico Ghost Town Special Events Coordinator, increasing her hourly rate (from $19.23 to $26.27) and the number of events for which she has responsibility (from five to nine). 2) Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to increase the FY 2007/08 appropriations and budgeted revenues for the Calico Ghost Town Marketing Fund as follows (Four votes required): (Presenter: Thomas A. Potter)

           

Accounting Codes

Description

Amount

SPS-CCR-CCR-9580

Park Revenues

$30,000

SPS-CCR-CCR-9970

Other Revenue

$75,000

SPS-CCR-CCR-100-1010

Salaries and Benefits

$  9,500

SPS-CCR-CCR-200-2135

Special Department Expense

$87,500

SPS-CCR-CCR-530-5030

Operating Transfer Out

$  8,000

 

32.       CONTINUE TO TUESDAY, JULY 15, 2008 AT 10:00 A.M. - 1) Approve the reclassification of the following four funded positions from their indicated current classifications to the indicated new classifications: (Presenter: Thomas A. Potter)

 

Position

Current Class

Unit

Range

New Class

Unit

Range

77964 (vacant)

General

Services Worker II

Craft, Labor, and Trade

R12

($17,763 - $22,672)

Park Ranger II

Craft, Labor, and Trade

R42

($36,941 - $47,154)

81716 (filled)

Park Ranger III

Craft, Labor, and Trade

R45

($39,728 - $50,752)

Assistant Park Superintendent

Supervisory

R49

($43,846 - $55,931)

77956 (filled)

General Services Worker II

Craft, Labor and Trade

R12

($17,763 - $22,672)

Park Ranger II

Craft, Labor and Trade

R42

($36,941 - $47,154)

73420 (filled)

Office Assistant II

Clerical

R27

($25,646 - $32,718)

Office Assistant III

 

Clerical

R31

($28,267 - $36,046)

 

33.       Approve agreement with LandD, LLC for operation of the Calico House Restaurant concession at Calico Ghost Town Regional Park in which the County will receive a monthly lease fee of not less than $500 during the initial five-year term from July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2013. (Presenter: Thomas A. Potter)

 

34.       Approve a Special Event License in which the County will receive $10,000 from Operation REAPP for allowing use of Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park from August 21 through August 25, 2008 to hold the second annual Inland Empire Jazz Festival. (Presenter: Thomas A. Potter)

 

Registrar of Voters

 

35.       1) Adopt resolution declaring the results of the June 3, 2008 Statewide Primary Election for offices under the jurisdiction of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors and declaring elected or nominated those candidates receiving the highest number of required votes, or plurality if applicable, for each office. 2) Adopt resolution declaring the election of qualified nominees to the County Central Committee where there were insufficient nominees to appear on the ballot. 3) Adopt resolution declaring the nomination of unopposed judicial incumbent candidates. (Presenter: Kari Verjil)

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Economic Development

 

36.       CONTINUE TO TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2008 AT 10:00 A.M. - 1) Establish the classification Workforce Development Specialist, Administrative Services Unit. Establish salary for new classification as R43 ($37,856-$48,360), as a Minute Order Amendment to the Salary Ordinance. 2) Authorize the addition of fourteen (14) new positions classified to Workforce Development Specialist, R43 ($37,856-$48,360). 3) Establish the classification Workforce Development Supervisor I, Supervisory Unit. Establish salary for new classification as R48 ($42,765-$54,642), as a Minute Order Amendment to the Salary Ordinance. 4) Authorize the addition of two (2) new positions classified to Workforce Development Supervisor I, R48 ($42,765-$54,642). 5) Approve a technical title change for the classification Workforce Development Supervisor, Supervisory Unit, R54 ($49,504-$63,211) to Workforce Development Supervisor II and all authorized positions and incumbents with no change to compensation.    6) Approve the reclassification of thirty-eight (38) positions as detailed in Attachment A, on file with the Clerk of the Board, from Employment Services Specialist, Administrative Services Unit, R43 ($37,856-$48,360) to Workforce Development Specialist, Administrative Services Unit, R43 ($37,856-$48,360). 7) Establish the classification Business Retention Specialist, Administrative Services Unit. Establish salary for new classification as R43 ($37,856-$48,360), as a Minute Order Amendment to the Salary Ordinance. 8) Delete fourteen (14) existing Employment Services Specialist positions and two (2) existing Supervising Employment Services Specialist I positions as detailed on Attachment B, on file with the Clerk of the Board, when vacant, but no later than August 1, 2008. (Presenters: Sandra Harmsen and Kevin Palmer)

 

37.       DEFER FOR DISCUSSION – See item #171

 

Community Development and Housing

 

38.       Approve the federal Fiscal Year 2008 through 2011 Cooperation Agreement for continuation of a HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Consortium between the County of San Bernardino and the cities of Chino Hills, Colton, Highland, Rancho Cucamonga and Rialto, from October 1, 2008, through September 30, 2011. (Presenter: Patricia Cole)

 

FISCAL GROUP

Assessor

 

39.       Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to make the following fiscal year 2007-08 changes to the Assessor's appropriation as detailed below in the Financial Impact Section (Four votes required). 1) Transfer remaining appropriation balances of $1,208,229 in the PTAP fund (RCS ASR) to the Assessor's general fund (AAA ASR). 2) Increase Assessor's general fund (AAA ASR) appropriation as detailed in the Financial Impact Section. (Presenter: Mark Mosher)

 

Auditor/Controller-Recorder

 

40.       Adopt resolutions for temporary transfer of funds to various Special Districts as listed in the background section. (Presenter: Betsy Starbuck)

 

Treasurer-Tax Collector/Public Administrator

 

41.       1) Approve the sale of a tax-defaulted parcels, listed on Exhibit "A" of the agreement, to the County of San Bernardino Real Estate Services Department. 2) Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to execute the Agreement and return to the Treasurer-Tax Collector for transmittal to the State Controller. (Presenter: Dennis Draeger)

 

42.       Approve and/or deny the following claims for excess proceeds from Tax Sale 354 (May 2004), Tax Sale 355 (May 2005), Tax Sale 355RO (August 2005) and Tax Sale 356 (May 2006) as detailed in Attachment A. (Presenter: Dennis Draeger)

 

43.       Authorize the Treasurer-Tax Collector to sell, at a sealed bid sale, certain tax defaulted property that is subject to the power of sale. (Presenter: Dennis Draeger)

 

HUMAN SERVICES

Human Services Administration

 

44.       Approve Amendment No. 1 to County Contract No. 07-0759 with Lowry Computer Products, Inc. to provide a Digital Radio Frequency Identification Asset and File Tracking Management System extending the term by ninety days to expire on September 30, 2008 with no increase to the contract amount of $153,202. (Presenter: Linda Haugan)

 

45.       Approve Amendment No. 2 to Contract No. 07-396 with the Children's Fund for administrative costs of Daily Referral Activity services extending the term 12 months through June 30, 2009 and increasing the total contract amount by $156,000, from $166,000 to $322,000. (Presenter: Linda Haugan)

 

46.       Approve Amendment No. 2 to Employment Contract #05-18 with John Boule, Consortium IV Project Director, increasing the annual salary to $151,000 plus benefits, effective July 5, 2008. (Presenter: Linda Haugan)

 

Aging and Adult Services

 

47.       Approve Amendment No. 2 to contracts with the following agencies to provide senior nutrition services, increasing the total combined contract amount by $3,767,614, from $4,025,027 to $7,792,641 and extending the contracts through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Colleen Krygier)

 

Contract Number

Agency

Current Contract Amount

Proposed Increase       FY 2008/09 Amendment

Proposed Total Contract Amount

07-477 A-2

Barstow Senior Citizens Center

$122,910

$133,330

$256,240

07-478 A-2

Big Bear Valley Park & recreation

$22,081

$35,361

$57,442

07-479 A-2

Bonnie Baker Senior Club

$128,735

$127,302

$256,037

07-480 A-2

City of Montclair

$82,019

$80,019

$162,038

07-481 A-2

City of San Bernardino

$270,180

$253,008

$523,188

07-483 A-2

Family Service Association-Western Riverside

$1,497,473

$1,336,503

$2,833,976

07-484 A-2

Hi Desert Meals on Wheels, Inc.

$490,970

$440,268

$931,238

07-485 A-2

Hinkley Senior Citizens Club, Inc.

$29,556

$34,506

$64,062

07-486 A-2

Lucerne Valley Senior Citizens Club

$26,351

$20,896

$47,247

07-487 A-2

Steelworkers Oldtimers Foundation

$1,354,752

$1,306,421

$2,661,173

Total

$4,025,027

$3,767,614

$7,792,641

 

48.       1) Approve the following revenue contracts with the California Department of Aging to provide services to seniors and/or adults with disabilities for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, in a combined total contract amount of $6,883,513.

 

State Contract No.

Program

Proposed Contract Amount For FY 2008/09

TV-0809-20

Senior Community Service Employment Program

$   451,101

AP-0809-20

Area Plan Services

$6,108,264

HI-0809-20

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program

$   324,148

 

Total

$6,883,513

 

2) Approve revenue contract with the California Department of Aging for the Multipurpose Senior Services Program (State Contract No. MS-0809-17) for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2010, in the amount of $2,665,270. (Presenter: Colleen Krygier)

 

49.       Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide Family Caregiver Support Program services in an aggregate amount not to exceed $208,000 for the period beginning July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Colleen Krygier)

 

Agency

Proposed Contract Amount for FY 2008/09

Pomona Valley

$86,460

Developing Solutions with Heart, Inc.

$50,440

Central City Lutheran Mission

$24,638

Alzheimer’s Association

$46,462

Total

$208,000

 

50.       Approve contracts with the following agencies in an amount not to exceed $144,166 annually for the period beginning July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011: Developing Aging Solutions with Heart, Inc., $72,083; Loma Linda University Medical Center Adult Day Care Services, $72,083. (Presenter: Colleen Krygier)

 

Children's Services

 

51.       Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide a Wraparound Services Program for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011, in an amount not to exceed $25,743,604. (Presenter: DeAnna Avey-Motikeit)

 

Agency Name

Area Served

Proposed Cost

EMQ Children & Family Services

Central Valley and Mountains to Arrowhead

$  4,869,435

Lutheran Social Services of Southern California

Mountains to Big Bear

$  1,186,689

South Coast Children’s Society, Inc.

West End

$10,030,809

Victor Community Support Services, Inc.

Desert

$  6,117,009

Morongo Basin Mental Health Association, Inc.

Eastern Desert

$  3,539,662

Total

 

$25,743,604

 

52.       Approve contract with Public Consulting Group, Inc. to provide Supplemental Income Advocacy Services for children in Foster Care for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, in an amount not to exceed $153,000. (Presenter: DeAnna Avey-Motikeit)

 


53.       Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide Kinship Support Program Services for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, in an amount not to exceed $425,000. (Presenter: DeAnna Avey-Motikeit)

 

Agency Name

Area Served

Proposed Cost

Mental Health Systems, Inc.

Western Region and  North Desert Region

$241,000

Westside Christian Center

San Bernardino and Surrounding Communities

$184,000

 

Total

$425,000

 

54.       Approve contract with the following agencies to provide transportation services for the Department of Children's Services Independent Living Program foster care youth for the time period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, in an amount not to exceed $400,000. (Presenter: DeAnna Avey-Motikeit)

 

Agency

Geographical Region

Proposed Contract Amount FY 08/09

Diversified Transportation

Countywide

$ 200,000

Superior Shuttle Company

North Desert Region Only

$ 200,000

 

Total

$ 400,000

 

55.       Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide Child Abuse Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment and Promoting Safe and Stable Families program services for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, in an amount not to exceed $2,756,050. (Presenter: DeAnna Avey-Motikeit)

 

Contractor

Amount Not to Exceed

Area(s) Served

Bilingual Family Counseling Services, Inc.

$200,250

Western

Catholic Charities San Bernardino/Riverside

$645,250

Countywide

Center for Healing and Childhood Trauma

$80,000

Central, Western

Christian Counseling Service

$140,000

Central

Community Action Partnership

$550,000

Countywide

Desert/Mountain SELPA

$115,000

Northern Desert

Family Service Agency of San Bernardino

$125,000

Central

Family Service Association of Redlands

$155,750

Central

Lutheran Social Services

$220,000

Mountains, Northern Desert

Morongo Basin Mental Health Services

$100,000

Northern Desert (Barstow)

Morongo Basin Unity Home, Inc.

$124,800

Eastern

Pacific Clinics

$200,000

Eastern

Rim Family Services

$100,000

Mountains

   Total 

$2,756,050

 

 

Preschool Services

 

56.       Approve Amendment No. 3 to County Contract 06-655 with Laidlaw Transit, Inc. to provide transportation for the Head Start/State Preschool Program, increasing the total contract amount by $1,817,940, from $3,700,000 to $5,517,940, and extending the contract period through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Ron Griffin)

 


57.       Approve Amendment No. 2 to contracts with the following agencies to provide food services for the Head Start/State Preschool Programs, increasing the total contract amount by $2,006,301, from $3,484,894 to $5,491,195, and extending the term through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Ron Griffin)

           

Contract

Agency

Contract Amount      FY 07/08

Proposed Contract Amount     FY 08/09
Proposed Total Contract Amount

06-516 A-2

Preferred Meal Systems, Inc.

$3,452,524

$1,989,585

$5,442,109

06-517 A-2

Silver Valley Unified School District

$32,370

$16,716

$49,086

 

Total

$3,484,894

$2,006,301

$5,491,195

 

58.       Approve Contract with Easter Seals Southern California, Inc. in the total amount of $1,187,647 to provide Delegation of Activities and Food Services for the Head Start/State Preschool program for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Ron Griffin)

 

59.       Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 07-942 with High Desert New Beginnings, increasing the total contract amount by $276,883, from $276,883 to $553,766, and extending the contract term through June 30, 2009, to continue to provide Head Start programs in the High Desert. (Presenter: Ron Griffin)

 

60.       Approve submission of the annual Renewal Application to the State Department of Education, Nutrition Services Division, in the estimated amount of $2,071,593 for continued participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program for the period of October 1, 2008 through September 30, 2009. (Presenter: Ron Griffin)

 

Transitional Assistance

 

61.       Approve contract with Community Health Systems, Inc. for the Transitional Assistance Department to provide Medi-Cal Eligibility Worker Services for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Nancy Swanson)

 

62.       Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide Vocational Education and Training Services, on a fee-for-service basis in an amount not to exceed $800,000, individually or in aggregate, for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Nancy Swanson)

 

Agency

Service

Training Cost

American Red Cross

Certified Nurse Assistant

$2,105

California Career School

Commercial Truck Driver         +Homeland Security HAZMAT of $94

$4,595 $4,689

Chaffey College

Computer Office Skills                      Retail Occupations/Customer Service Phlebotomy Technician             General Automotive Technician

$3,500 $2,500 $3,600 $3,800

Mission Career College

Certified Nurse Assistant        Computer Office Specialist  Phlebotomy Technician               Forklift Operator

$2,400 $4,200 $1,695 $2,400

San Bernardino Valley College

Automotive Technician Certificate Food Service Certificate          General Welding Certificate    General Work Experience Office/Clerical Certificate

$2,678 $2,198 $2,656.80 $150 $2,278

Security Officers Training Academy

Security Guard/Loss Prevention

$2,800

Skyway Trucking School

Tractor/Trailer Driver

$4,385

United States Truck Driving School

Class A Heavy Duty Truck Driving

$3,950

 

COUNTY COUNSEL

 

63.       Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to make the following adjustments to the Office of County Counsel's FY 2007/08 budget to provide the Office with sufficient appropriation authority for the remainder of the fiscal year (Four votes required). (Presenter: Ruth Stringer)

 

Accounting Codes

Description

Increase

AAA-CCL-CCL-200-2080

Publications

 $145,000

AAA-CCL-CCL-200-2115

Computer Software

 $150,000

AAA-CCL-CCL-540-5012

Services & Supplies Transfer Out

 $    5,000

AAA-CCL-CCL-541-5013

Services & Supplies Transfer In

($300,000)

 

LAW AND JUSTICE GROUP

District Attorney

 

64.       1) Approve grant application to the State Insurance Commissioner in the amount of $968,391 to fund the San Bernardino County program for investigation and prosecution of automobile insurance fraud cases for Fiscal Year 2008-09. 2) Adopt resolution authorizing the District Attorney to sign and submit the application on behalf of the Board of Supervisors. (Presenter: James B. Hackleman)

 

65.       1) Approve grant application to the Governor's Office of Emergency Services to fund the San Bernardino County Elder Abuse Advocacy and Outreach Program in the amount of $140,000 for the period of  October 1, 2008 through September 30, 2009. 2) Adopt resolution authorizing the District Attorney to sign and submit the application on behalf of the Board of Supervisors. (Presenter: James B. Hackleman)

 

66.       1) Approve grant application, grant award agreement and certification of assurance of compliance with the Governor's Office of Emergency Services to fund the San Bernardino County Special Emphasis Victim Assistance Program in the amount of $110,000 for the period of October 1, 2008 through September 30, 2009. 2) Adopt resolution authorizing the District Attorney to sign and submit the grant application/grant award agreement and certification of assurance of compliance on behalf of the Board of Supervisors. (Presenter: James B. Hackleman)

 

Probation

 

67.       Approve agreement with Caption Colorado, LLC, for professional transcription services, at the rate of $0.105 per line, for the period July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2011, in the amount not to exceed $600,000. (Presenter: Rick Arden)

 

68.       Approve and authorize the County to collaborate on submission of a grant application to the U.S. Department of Education as sub-grantee to California State University of San Bernardino for a Federal Congressionally Directed Grant, in the amount of $491,782, for a period of thirty (30) months beginning September 1, 2008. (Presenter: Rick Arden)

 

Sheriff/Coroner

 

69.       Approve contracts with the following agencies for the Sheriff's Department to provide Use of Force Instructional Update Courses at the rate of $1,000 per team, per 16-hour course, and to provide Trimester Use of Force Training, at $75 per student, per trimester, for the contract term of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Dennis J. Casey)

 

Contractor

California State University San Bernardino

Chino Valley Independent Fire District

Desert Hot Springs, City of

Fontana Unified School District

Hesperia Unified School District

San Bernardino City Unified School District

Snowline Joint Unified School District

 

70.       Approve First Amendment to Contract No. 07-285 with the San Bernardino Community College District for the Sheriff's Department to provide Use of Force Instructional Update courses, at the rate of $1,000 per team, per 16-hour course, and to provide Trimester Use of Force Training, at $75 per student, per trimester, through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Dennis J. Casey)

 

71.       1) Approve 2008-09 appropriations and revenue for agency funds NKA (CAL-ID) and NKB (CAL-DNA) in the amounts of $1,085,000 and $1,713,914 respectively (Four votes required). 2) Authorize the addition of one new position classified to Criminalist II, Administrative Services Unit, R67 ($68,016 - $86,944). 3) Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to establish the associated 2008-09 appropriation and revenue accounts, as listed on Exhibit A. (Presenter: Dennis J. Casey)

 

72.       Approve revenue contract with the State of California, Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, California Institution for Men, to provide access to California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System, Central Name Index and Sheriff's criminal databases, in the amount of $20,075 from July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2009. (State Contract CIM.06005) (Presenter: Dennis J. Casey)

 

73.       Approve employment contract with Augustine Coleman to provide part-time services as a Sheriff's Registered Dietitian for the Sheriff's Department, Bureau of Detentions and Corrections, for an estimated 2008-09 annual salary and benefits cost of $80,487. (Presenter: Dennis J. Casey)

 

74.       1) Approve form contract template "Agreement for Access to Sheriff's Automated Systems" to provide access to California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System, Central Name Index and Sheriff's criminal databases for a three-year term, for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. 2) Authorize Sheriff or his designee to sign individual agreements, as required. (Presenter: Dennis J. Casey)

 

75.       Approve three-year contracts with the following agencies for the Sheriff's Department to provide emergency dispatch services in the total amount of $30,036 for the contract term of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009; Hesperia Unified School District, $10,932; San Bernardino Community College District, $11,816; Snowline Joint Unified School District, $7,288. (Presenter: Dennis J. Casey)

 

76.       1) Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to adjust appropriation and revenue in the Sheriff's Department 2007-08 budget units, in the amount of $3,514,280, to recognize revenue and expenditures related to: Operation Phoenix ($381,555), Grass Valley Fire ($591,570), State Criminal Alien Assistance Program ($591,155), and U.S. Marshals Service contract ($1,950,000) as detailed in the Financial Impact section (Four votes required). 2) Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to transfer appropriation within the Sheriff's Department 2007-08 budget, in the amount of $1,000,000, from fixed assets to services and supplies, as detailed in the Financial Impact section. 3) Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to adjust appropriation and revenue in the Sheriff’s Local Detention Facility Revenue Account (SRL) budget, in the amount of $2,783,792, to recognize the state’s allocation to the county in lieu of charging booking fees to the cities, as detailed in the Financial Impact section (Four votes required). 4) Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to transfer appropriation within the Sheriff’s Inland Regional Narcotics Enforcement Team (IRNET)-Federal Asset Forfeitures (SCF) 2007-08 budget, in the amount of $40,000, from fixed assets to services and supplies, as detailed in the Financial Impact section. 5) Authorize the Auditor/Controller-Recorder to transfer appropriation within the Sheriff’s IRNET-State Asset Forfeitures (SCX) 2007-08 budget, in the amount of $10,000, from fixed assets to services and supplies, as detailed in the Financial Impact section. (Presenter: Dennis J. Casey)

 

COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

County Administrative Office

 

77.       Approve the following agreements to provide adult indigent defense services in an amount not to exceed $6,700,000 per year from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011: West End Defenders, $1,700,000; East Valley Defenders, $2,700,000; North Desert Defenders,$2,000,000; Contract Defenders, $300,000. (Presenter: Gary McBride)

 


Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

 

78.       Approve agreement with California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation - Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility - Chino (HGSYCFC), for an amount not to exceed $200,000 for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2010, for emergency neuro/medical services provided to wards and direct Clerk of the Board to maintain confidentiality pursuant to Government Code 6254.14. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

79.       Approve Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. 06-684 with Arrowhead Cardiology Medical Group to provide primary care services to County Medical Services Program patients assigned to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center - Internal Medicine Clinic in an amount not-to-exceed $13.50 per member/per month commencing February 16, 2008 through June 30, 2008. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

80.       Approve Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 07-852 with the Children and Families Commission for San Bernardino County, to include updated contractual language, with no change in the original contract amount or term. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

81.       Approve Amendment No. 4 to Agreement No. 03-1260 with Foley & Lardner to extend the termination date until June 30, 2009 and to include the current firm's fee schedule.  This amendment does not result in any change to the current not-to-exceed contractual amount of $600,000. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

82.       CONTINUE TO TUESDAY, JULY 8, 2008 AT 10:00 A.M. - Approve Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 05-139 with Spheris formally known as Healthscribe, Inc. extending the term of the agreement through December 31, 2008, and increasing the contract amount by $405,000 from $2,449,750 to $2,854,750, for the continued provision of medical transcription services. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

83.       Accept the report of the review of Arrowhead Regional Medical Center's following manuals; Administrative Operations, Infection Control, Nursing Department, and Safety. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

84.       1) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to renew Purchase Order No. Z0350B with the State of California, Department of Health Services, Genetic Disease Branch for a total amount not-to-exceed $500,000 for the provision of State-mandated newborn screening tests of all babies delivered in the facility for Fiscal Year 2008/09. 2) Find it is in the best interest of the County to renew sole source Purchase Order No. Z2793 with Integra Life Sciences for a total amount not-to-exceed $300,000 for the purchase of surgical instruments, implants and other miscellaneous supplies for Fiscal Year 2008/09 and authorize the Purchasing Agent to renew Purchase Order. 3) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to renew Purchase Order No. Z3114B with California Overnight for a total amount not-to-exceed $200,000 for parcel delivery services for Fiscal Year 2008/09. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

85.       Approve the Fiscal Year 2008/09 list of participating residents and fellows of the various Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Residency and Fellowship Programs, copy of list on file with the Clerk of the Board. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

86.       REVISED - 1) Approve Request for Proposal for Temporary Nurse Registry Services and authorize Arrowhead Regional Medical Center to issue the Request for Proposal. 2) Approve amendments to the following registered nursing service agreements, increasing total aggregate funding available for the agreements by $1 million from $5,875,000 to $6,875,000 and extend the termination date for all agreements to  December 31, 2008. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

Contractor

Agreement No.

Contractor

Agreement No.

HRN Services, Inc.

05-1177 A-4

On Assignment Staffing Services

05-1179 A-4

Just In Time Staffing

05-372 A-4

ProCare One Nurses

05-374 A-5

LiquidAgents

05-1065 A-3

Tempus LLC dba Emerald

Health Services

05-1066 A-4

MedStaff, Inc.

05-373 A-5

Medical Staffing Network

05-1064 A-3

United Staffing Solutions, Inc.

05-375 A-4

Oasis Medical Staffing

05-1178 A-3

Westway’s Staffing Services, Inc.

05-376 A-5

 

 

87.       TAKE OFF CALENDAR - Approve resident affiliation agreements between the Arrowhead Regional Medical Center and the following institutions for resident physicians to obtain clinical experience for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011: Desert Regional Medical Center; Patton State Hospital; St. Bernardine's Medical Center. (Presenter: Patrick Petre)

 

Behavioral Health

 

88.       Approve contracts with the following agencies for Children's Intensive Services (CIS) for a total amount not to exceed $18,604,941 for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

Contractor

FY 2008-09

FY 2009-10

FY 2010-11

Total 3 yr. Amount

East Valley CHARLEE, Inc.

$700,000

$700,000

$700,000

$2,100,000

Eastfield Ming Quong, Inc.

$1,000,000

$1,000,000

$1,000,000

$3,000,000

Family Services Agency

$398,923

$398,923

$398,923

$1,196,769

Pacific Clinics

$584,679

$584,679

$584,679

$1,754,037

South Coast Children’s Society

$1,143,741

$1,143,741

$1,143,741

$3,431,223

Victor Community Support Services

$2,374,304

$2,374,304

$2,374,304

$7,122,912

Total Amount

$6,201,647

$6,201,647

$6,201,647

$ 18,604,941

 

89.       1) Approve submission of the Multi-Agency Plan to the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs for the Comprehensive Drug Court Implementation Dependency Drug Court programs, to continue funding in the amount of $218,712, for the grant award period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. 2) Accept the Notice of Grant Award from the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, in the amount of $218,712, for the Comprehensive Drug Court Implementation Dependency Drug Court programs, for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, and authorize the Presiding Judge for the Superior Court and the Director for the Department of Behavioral Health to sign and submit the grant award documents. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

90.       Approve contract with Desert/Mountain Special Education Local Plan Area for mental health outpatient services to eligible children through the Screening, Triage, Assessment, Referral and Treatment program in the Desert region of the County in the amount of $1,600,000 for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

91.       Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide Primary Prevention Alcohol and Drug services for a total amount not to exceed $900,000 for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

Agency

Area/Region to be Served

Annual Contract Award

Total 3-Year Contract Award

Morongo Basin Mental Health Services Association, Inc.

Morongo Basin

$100,590

$301,770

Reach Out West End

West End

$100,590

$301,770

Inland Behavioral and Health Services, Inc.

San Bernardino

$98,820

$296,460

 

Total

$300,000

$900,000

 

92.       1) Approve Modification No. 1 to State Agreement No. 07-77336-000 (County Contract No. 08-68) with the State Department of Mental Health (DMH) for continuation of administration of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Three-Year Program and Expenditure Plan, extending the agreement for an additional year for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. 2) Ratify the action of the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, approving Modification No. 1 to State Agreement No. 07-77336-000 (County Contract No. 08-68) with the State Department of Mental Health (DMH). (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 


93.       Approve Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 07-1116 with Operation Breakthrough, Inc. and Morongo Basin Mental Health Services Association, Inc. for management and administrative responsibilities for the following contracts during Fiscal Year 2008/09: 1) Contract No. 06-892 for Outpatient Services, currently set to terminate on June 30, 2009. 2) Contract No. 07-659 for Primary Prevention Services, currently set to terminate on June 30, 2010. 3) Contract No. 08-32 for Non-Residential Drug Court Program Services, currently set to terminate on June 30, 2010. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

94.       Approve Contracts with the following agencies for Therapeutic Behavioral Services for a total amount not to exceed $9,749,997 for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

Contractor

FY 2008-09

FY 2009-10

FY 2010-11

Total 3 yr.

Amount

Mental Health Systems, Inc.

$2,000,000

$2,000,000

$2,000,000

$6,000,000

Pacific Clinics

$250,000

$250,000

$250,000

$750,000

Victor Community Support Services

$999,999

$999,999

$999,999

$2,999,997

Total Amount

$3,249,999

$3,249,999

$3,249,999

$ 9,749,997

 

95.       Approve contracts with the following agencies for Children's/Youth's Residential RCL-14 Services (RCL-14) for a total amount not to exceed $4,716,015 for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

Contractor

FY 2008-09

FY 2009-10

FY 2010-11

Total 3 yr. Amount

Fox Consulting & Management Services, LLC.

$500,000

$500,000

$500,000

$1,500,000

Victor Treatment Centers, Inc.

$1,072,005

$1,072,005

$1,072,005

$3,216,015

Total

$1,572,005

$1,572,005

$1,572,005

$4,716,015

 

96.       Approve contract with the Telecare Corporation for crisis outpatient mental health services to residents in the Victor Valley area of the County in the amount of $2,209,033 for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

97.       1) Approve Amendment No. 7 to Contract No. 00-309 with ECHO Consulting Services of California, Incorporated for the continued management of the Department of Behavioral Health's Information System software license, maintenance, and support services, extending the eight year contract for an additional year for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, and increasing the total contract amount by $269,285 from $2,419,998 to $2,689,283. 2) Approve Amendment No. 8 to Contract 00-310 with InfoMC, Inc., adding the revised fee schedule for the eCuraT management information system workstation licenses, Advantage fee, and Data Warehouse Module, extending the eight year contract for an additional year for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, and increasing the total contract amount by $62,524 from $698,122 to $760,646. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 


98.       Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Services for a total amount not to exceed $15,997,968 for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

Agency

Area/Location Served

Annual

Contract Award

Total 3-Year Contract Award

Morongo Basin Mental Health Services Association, Inc.

Barstow and Joshua Tree

$1,083,963

$3,251,889

Social Science Services, Inc.

Bloomington

$1,083,875

$3,251,625

VARP, Inc.

San Bernardino

$1,007,664

$3,022,992

St. John of God Health Care Services

Victorville

$873,911

$2,621,733

New House, Inc.

San Bernardino

$680,946

$2,042,838

Inland Valley Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services, Inc.

Upland, Ontario and Rancho

Cucamonga

$602,297

$1,806,891

 

Total

$5,332,656

$15,997,968

 

99.       Approve Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of Behavioral Health and California Institute for Mental Health to provide technical assistance and training services for an amount not to exceed $292,000 for the period July 1, 2008 through June30, 2009. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

100.     Approve Contracts between the Department of Behavioral Health and the following agencies for General Mental Health Outpatient Services for a total amount of $13,719,269 for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

Agency

Geographical Area Served

FY 2008/09

FY 2009/10

FY 2010/11

3-Year Contract Amount

College Community Services

Desert: Trona

199,999

200,000

200,000

599,999

Lutheran Social Services of Southern California

Mountain: Big Bear

614,000

614,000

614,000

1,842,000

Morongo Basin Mental Health Services

Desert: Morongo Basin & Lucerne Valley

1,735,689

1,621,251

1,621,251

4,978,191

Vista Guidance Centers, Incorporated

Redlands & Yucaipa

1,100,000

1,100,000

1,100,000

3,300,000

West End Family Counseling Services

West Valley: Ontario

999,693

999,693

999,693

2,999,079

 

Total Contracted Amount

13,719,269

 

101.     Approve contract (State Agreement No. 08-78015-000) with the State Department of Mental Health for the Forensic Conditional Release Program and accept funds in the amount of $1,519,415 for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

102.     Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide Alcohol and Drug Services for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009 in the amount of $2,749,287. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

WCHS, Inc.

Colton

$1,462,328

AEGIS Medical Systems, Inc.

Ontario, Hesperia

$1,286,959

 


103.     Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide Transitional Housing Support Services for a total amount not to exceed $432,912 for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

Agency

Area/Location Served

Annual Contract Award

Total 3-Year Contract Award

Transitional Housing for Alcohol and Drug Services

 

 

 

St. John of God Health Care Services

Victorville

$47,214

$141,642

New House, Inc.

San Bernardino

$24,090

$  72,270

 

Sub-Total

$71,304

$213,912

Transitional Housing for Co-Occurring Forensic Clients

 

 

 

Inland Valley Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services, Inc.

Upland and Ontario

$73,000

$219,000

Total all Contracts

$144,304

$432,912

 

104.     Approve contracts with the following agencies to provide Alcohol and Drug Services for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009 in the amount of $141,840. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

Agency

Location

FY 2008-09 Contract Amount

Merrill Community Services, Inc.

Fontana

$130,000

High Desert Child, Adolescent and Family Service Center, Inc.

Victorville

$11,840

 

Total

$141,840

 

105.     1) Approve submission of the Multi-Agency Plan to the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs for the Comprehensive Drug Court Implementation program, to continue funding in the amount of $809,963, for the grant period January 1, 2009 through December 31, 2009. 2) Accept the Notice of Grant Award from the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, in the amount of $809,963, for the Comprehensive Drug Court Implementation program, for the period January 1, 2009 through December 31, 2009, and authorize the Presiding Judge for the Superior Court and the Department of Behavioral Health's Director to sign and submit the grant award documents. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

106.     1) Approve Revised Grant Agreement (Agreement No. SDF 07-02) with the State Health and Human Services Agency in the amount of $1,076,436 for the period of October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2012. 2) Authorize the Director for the Department of Behavioral Health acting as the Alcohol and Drug Programs Administrator for San Bernardino County, to sign and execute the attendant Revised Grant Agreement documents. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

107.     Approve a sole source contract with Morongo Basin Mental Health Services, Inc. in the amount of $432,120 for the provision of General Mental Health Services to recipients of CalWORKs in the Morongo Basin area for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

108.     1) Approve submission of the Multi-Agency Plan to the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs for the Drug Court Partnership program, to continue funding in the amount of $406,205, for the grant award period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. 2) Accept the Notice of Grant Award from the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, in the amount of $406,205, for the Drug Court Partnership program, for the period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009, and authorize the Presiding Judge for the Superior Court and the Department of Behavioral Health's Director to sign and submit the grant award documents. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

109.     No Item

 


Human Resources

 

110.     1) Approve three-year agreement with Mercer Human Resource Consulting, Inc. for the County's health and welfare plans consulting and actuarial services. 2) Approve three-year agreement with Rael & Letson Consultants and Actuaries for the County's health and welfare plans consulting and actuarial services. (Presenter: Andrew L. Lamberto)

 

111.     1) Approve Request for Proposals (RFP) for consulting services for the Defined Contribution Plans, Deferred Compensation Plans and Retirement Medical Trust Fund as on file with the Clerk of the Board.  2) Authorize the Human Resources Department to issue the RFP. (Presenter: Andrew L. Lamberto)

 

112.     1) Approve agreement with WorkCare to provide Nurse Care Coordination Services for the period of July 1, 2008, through June 30, 2011, in an amount not to exceed $3,066,127, with an option of one two-year extension. 2) Approve the WorkCare licensing agreement for WorkLink, the nursing and return to work case management system. (Presenter: Andrew L. Lamberto)

 

113.     Approve as a Minute Order Amendment to the Salary Ordinance, a proposed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), as on file with the Clerk of the Board, between the County of San Bernardino and the San Bernardino County Public Attorneys Association (SBCPAA) for the Attorney Unit.  Direct County Counsel to prepare the necessary update to the Salary Ordinance. (Presenter: Bob Windle)

 

114.     Approve contracts with 24-Hour Fitness, Inc., The Club in Twin Peaks, Inc., American Sports University Fitness Center, and Power Source Gym to provide County employees, retirees, and their dependents with reduced rates for health club memberships from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Andrew L. Lamberto)

 

Information Services

 

115.     Approve Amendment No. 8 to Agreement No. 00-1114 with ESRI to renew software maintenance services for one year in an amount not to exceed $86,764 increasing the total contract amount from $527,707 to $614,471. (Presenter: Stephen Hall)

 

Public Health

 

116.     Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 07-52 with Children's Fund for the provision of maintenance and transportation support services to assist the Department of Public Health's California Children's Services Program clients and their families in accessing authorized medical services, increasing the original contract by $30,000, from $60,000 to $90,000, and extending the contract end date from June 30, 2008 to June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Jim Lindley)

 

117.     Approve Amendment No. 6 to Contract No. 02-1166 with the City of San Bernardino Parks and Recreation Department, increasing the total contract amount by $110,000 from $290,000 to $400,000 and extending the term by two years to June 30, 2010, for the provision of local community-based services to prevent teen pregnancy. (Presenter: Jim Lindley)

 

118.     Approve a budget revision to the California Department of Public Health Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Program grant to increase funding from $10,000 to $25,000 for a total increase of $15,000 for further development of a written plan for the Local Maternal Care Quality Improvement project for the period July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008. (Presenter: Jim Lindley)

 

119.     Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 07-1043 with the Victor Valley Animal Protective League, increasing the total contract amount by $69,000, from $90,000 to $159,000, updating the fee schedule, and extending the term by six months to December 31, 2008, for the provision of animal shelter services. (Presenter: Jim Lindley)

 


120.     1) Approve contract with the State of California, Department of Health Care Services (State Agreement Number 08-85105) to provide reimbursement of eligible Medi-Cal Administrative Activities for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011 for the maximum amount of $36,000,000 for school-based claims. 2) Approve contract with the State of California, Department of Health Care Services (State Agreement Number 08-85127) to provide reimbursement of eligible Medi-Cal Administrative Activities for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011 for the maximum amount of $15,500,000 for County based claims. (Presenter: Jim Lindley)

 

121.     Approve contract (State Agreement No.08-85235) with the California Department of Public Health in the amount of $30,000 to conduct California Project Leaders Encouraging Activity and Nutrition activities in San Bernardino County for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (Presenter: Jim Lindley)

 

Purchasing

 

122.     1) Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contracts 05-569 and 05-570 with Westcliff Medical Laboratories, Inc. extending the terms of the agreements from July 1, 2008 to September 30, 2008, in the aggregate not to exceed amount of $1,260,000. 2) Approve Requests for Proposals (RFP) J98 and J99 to provide laboratory testing services at specific rates, and authorize the Purchasing Department to release the RFP's on behalf of the Departments of Behavioral Health and Public Health. (Presenter: Laurie Rozko)

 

Risk Management

 

123.     1) Renew a one year Aircraft Physical Damage and Liability program with National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA through AIG, effective July 1, 2008 in the amount of $401,758. 2) Renew a one year Airport Liability program with National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA through AIG, effective July 1, 2008 in the amount of $42,497. (Presenter: Laurie Milhiser)

 

124.     Authorize the Director of Risk Management to renew the General and Automobile Liability Insurance Program for one year through CSAC Excess Insurance Authority (EIA), with a $2,000,000 self-insured retention (SIR) and limits of $50 million, at a cost of $2,153,732, effective July 1, 2008. (Presenter: Laurie Milhiser)

 

125.     Renew miscellaneous insurance policies as recommended by AON Risk Services, for one year effective July 1, 2008, in the amount of $263,388. (Presenter: Laurie Milhiser)

 

BOARD-GOVERNED COUNTY SERVICE AREAS

 

126.     Acting as the governing body of San Bernardino County Fire - Administration, CSA 70 (County Fire), approve agreement with the City of Upland, in the approximate amount of $76,699 for participation in the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011. (Presenter: Peter Brierty)

 

127.     Acting as the governing body for all Board Governed County Service Areas and their Improvement Zones, approve Amendment No. 1, which includes an extension of services from June 30, 2008 to June 30, 2009 and updated fee schedules, for each of the following agreements for on-call road and easement grading services for all Special Districts. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

Agreement No.

 

 

05-364-A1

Bear Valley Paving, Big Bear Lake, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-365-A1

Hal Hays Construction, Riverside, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-366-A1

J.D. Stine Construction, San Bernardino, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-367-A1

Lovex General Eng. Co., Wrightwood, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-368-A1

Southwest Grading, 29 Palms, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-369-A1

Vance Corporation, Rialto, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-370-A1

William Kanayan Const., Rim Forest, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

 


128.     Acting as the governing body of San Bernardino County Fire- Administration, CSA 70 (County Fire):             1) Approve the FY 2008-09 (14th Cycle) Used Oil Recycling Block Grant Application for submission to the California Integrated Waste Management Board that requests $184,000 in block grant funds for regional used oil management, for the period of July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2011. 2) Adopt resolution authorizing County Fire to act as the lead agency in submitting a regional application to the California Integrated Waste Management Board and authorizing the Fire Chief/Fire Warden, or his designee, to execute and submit the FY 2008-09 (14th Cycle) Used Oil Recycling Block Grant Application and all grant documents necessary to secure grant funds and implement the approved grant project. (Presenter: Peter Brierty)

 

129.     Acting as the governing body for all Board Governed County Service Areas and their Improvement Zones, approve the following contracts to provide asphalt pavement repair services as needed for the base three year period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011: (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

International Pavement Solutions, Redlands, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Ficara Paving Company, Yucca Valley, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Bacon-Wagner Excavating, Running Springs, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Trinity Construction Company, Blue Jay, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year.

 

130.     Acting as the governing body of San Bernardino County Fire - Administration, CSA 70 (County Fire):            1) Approve Agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board to provide local oversight at leaking underground storage tank cleanup sites in the amount of $442,987 (State Agreement No. 08-009-250) from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. 2) Adopt resolution that: (a) authorizes the execution and submittal of State Agreement No. 08-009-250 by the Fire Chief/Fire Warden, on behalf of the Board of Supervisors of San Bernardino County; and (b) authorizes the Fire Chief/Fire Warden, or his designee, to execute all necessary payment requests for the purposes of securing reimbursement from the State and to implement and carry out the purposes specified in State Agreement 08-009-250. (Presenter: Pat A. Dennen)

 

131.     Acting as the governing body of County Service Area 38 (County Fire), approve License Agreement between Los Angeles SMSA Limited partnership, dba Verizon Wireless and County Fire for a Cellular Communication facility located on County Service Area (CSA) property in the Baldy Mesa area, for an initial term of 5 years with the option to extend the term on the same terms and conditions as set forth in this Agreement for up to five (5) successive terms of five (5) years each. (Presenter: Pat A. Dennen)

 

132.     Acting as the governing body of County Service Area 70, San Bernardino County Fire - Administration (County Fire): 1) Approve Amendment No. 4 of Agreement No. 04-335 with the Hesperia Fire Protection District for County Fire to provide additional fire protection services to the Hesperia Fire Protection District, in return for an increase in contract revenue to County Fire of $1,075,082 per fiscal year, from $8,091,789 to the new base amount of $9,166,871 per fiscal year commencing on July 1, 2008, and a one-time contract increase of $51,000 for thermal imaging equipment and a replacement exhaust system for Station 302 for a total contract amount of $9,217,871 for Fiscal Year 2008-09. 2) Authorize the addition of the following new position for County Fire to provide various services in connection with the Hesperia Fire Protection Services Agreement: 1 Front Counter Technician, N27 $39,041-$49,892, Non-Represented. 3) Authorize County Fire to purchase the following unbudgeted fixed assets in order to provide various services in connection with the Hesperia Fire Protection Services Agreement. (Presenter: Pat A. Dennen)

 

Item

Cost

Number

Account Code

Exhaust System

$40,000

1

4040

Thermal Imaging Camera

$11,000

1

4040

Total One-Time Costs

$51,000

 

 

 

133.     Acting as the governing body of San Bernardino County Fire Administration (County Fire) CSA 70, authorize Pat A. Dennen, Fire Chief/Fire Warden, or his designee to submit a grant application to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in the amount of $1,314,000 for the recruitment and retention of Paid Call Firefighters (PCF) for the period commencing on or about October 1, 2008 to September 30, 2012. (Presenter:  Pat A. Dennen)

 

134.     Acting as the governing body of San Bernardino County Fire - Administration, CSA 70 (County Fire):            1) Approve agreement with the City of Victorville/Victorville Fire Protection District (City) whereby County Fire provides fire protection services, fire investigations, advanced life support services (ALS), rescue services, and Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) to the City. This Agreement covers the period beginning July 5, 2008, for an initial term of ten (10) years, or until mutually terminated, in the base amount of $11,453,655 per fiscal year and one-time cost of $483,000 for Secondary Containment Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) masks, communication equipment, computers/phones/networking, and ALS supplies, for a total contract amount of $11,936,655 for Fiscal Year 2008-09. 2) Authorize addition of the following 61 new regular positions for County Fire to provide various services in connection with the Victorville Fire Protection Services Agreement. (Presenter: Pat A. Dennen)

 

Position Title

Pay Range/Annual Salary

No. of Positions

Unit of Representation

Division Chief

DC1 ($99,882-$127,837)

1

Exempt

Battalion Chief

AI4 ($75,920-$79,206)

3

Exempt

Captain

895 ($44,242-$79,206)

18

935 Safety

Engineer

894 ($37,898-$67,912)

18

935 Safety

Firefighter/Paramedic

893 ($33,696-$43,139)

18

935 Safety

Staff Analyst I

A02 ($44,262-$56,638)

1

Non-represented

OA III

N15 ($29,037-$37,170)

1

Non-represented

Mechanic

AX4 ($46,488-$59,488)

1

General Fire Support

 

135.     Acting as the governing body of San Bernardino County Fire - Administration, CSA 70 (County Fire), approve a fifteen-year lease agreement with Phelan Pinon Hills Community Services District (PPH-CSD) for an existing 2,664 square foot fire station in the unincorporated Pinon Hills area for County Fire commencing July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2023 in the amount of $15.00. (Presenters: Pat A. Dennen and David H. Slaughter)

 

136.     REVISED - Acting as the governing body for County Service Area 70: Improvement Zone L (CSA 70L), the governing body of County Service Area 56 Improvement Zone F-1 (CSA 56F-1), and the governing body of County Service Area 9 (CSA 9). 1) Find that transferring the former interests of CSA 70 L, CSA 56 F-1, and CSA 9 in real property as described in 43 Grant Deeds and the former interests of CSA 70 L in 29  easements described in one Quitclaim Deed to Phelan Pinon Hills Community Services District (PPH-CSD) is necessary in order to comply with Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) Resolution No.2969.        2) Authorize the Chairman to execute said grant deeds and quitclaim deed to convey said 43 parcels and 29 easements to PPH-CSD. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

137.     Acting as the governing body of the Board Governed County Service Areas and Improvement Zones:              1) Approve revisions to the 2008-09 Proposed Budget for the Board Governed County Service Areas, as detailed on Attachment A, that reflect budgetary changes as a result of Board items approved at Board meetings after the compilation of the Proposed Budget workbook. 2) Adopt the 2008-09 Proposed Budget for the Board Governed County Service Areas, which is on file with the Clerk of the Board, and including the revisions identified in Recommendation No. 1, as the 2008-09 Final Budget as detailed on Attachment A; authorize additional changes as the Board may direct today; and authorize technical balancing adjustments to appropriations and revenues to accommodate actual fund balances as determined by the Auditor/Controller-Recorder at fiscal year end. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

 

138.     1) Adopt resolution supporting efforts by the San Bernardino County Flood Control District (District) to obtain Local Levee Evaluation (LOLE) grant funding from the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) for the District's Levee Certification Project. 2) Authorize the District to submit a grant application to DWR for LOLE funding in the amount of $1,000,000 to assist with financing the District's Levee Certification Project. (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 

139.     Approve Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 05-272 with P&D Consultant Services, increasing the amount by $7,815 (from $50,340 to $58,155) for changes in the design of the City Creek at Alabama Street project. (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 

140.     Approve Request for Proposals (RFP) for the public education and awareness tasks that are required to comply with the Municipal Stormwater National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit for the Santa Ana Watershed portion of San Bernardino County; authorize the San Bernardino County Flood Control District to release the RFP. (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 

141.     1) Approve Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for specialty jack-and-bore contractors related to the Sultana/Cypress Storm Drain, Phase II-A Project in the City of Ontario; authorize the Flood Control Engineer to release the RFQ. 2) Direct staff to return to the Board for approval of the list of jack-and-bore contractors for the future Sultana/Cypress Storm Drain, Phase II-A Project. (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

 

142.     DEFER FOR DISCUSSION – See item #171

 

143.     1) Approve Appraisal No. 07-16 dated July 26, 2007, a copy of which is on file with the Real Estate Services Department (RESD). 2) Authorize RESD to acquire portions of two parcels (APN 0624-162-02 and APN's 0624-163-09, 10, 11, 12) in fee for the Pinto Cove Flood Control Channel (Pine Cove Channel) in Twentynine Palms. (Presenter: David H. Slaughter)

 

144.     1) Approve Appraisal No. 08-05 dated March 5, 2008, a copy of which is on file with the Real Estate Services Department (RESD). 2) Adopt resolution declaring Flood Control District (District) property (a portion of APN 0164-024-34), a vacant 688 square foot parcel, located contiguous to the southwest side of the Lytle-Cajon Channel, west of North Olive Place, in the City of Colton is no longer necessary to be retained for the uses and purposes of the District and authorizing the sale of said parcel in accordance with the Flood Control Act and Government Code Sections 25526.5 to the adjoining land owners Jonathan L. Zane and Gina Brown (Zane/Brown) for $2,100. 3) Authorize the Chairman to execute the Grant Deed to convey said property to Zane/Brown upon payment of $2,100. (Presenter: David H. Slaughter)

 

ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

 

145.     Approve and adopt the San Bernardino County Economic and Community Development Corporation FY 2008-09 final budget, including changes the Board of Directors may direct, if any, and authorization for adjustments based upon the final fund balance. (Presenter: Patricia Cole)

 

COUNTY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

 

146.     1) Approve a Memorandum of Understanding (the MOU) between the County of San Bernardino Redevelopment Agency (CoRDA) and Burr Girls, LLC (Burr Girls) that provides for the parties to negotiate the terms and conditions relating to a proposed exchange of real property and the relocation of the Burr Girls' business operations. 2) Authorize the Director of the Redevelopment Agency to sign the MOU on behalf of the Board of Directors of the County of San Bernardino Redevelopment Agency and to make non-material changes in the MOU without further Board of Directors' approval. (Presenter: Kathy Thomas)

 

147.     Approve the proposed Fiscal Year 2008-09 Operating Budget for the Mission Boulevard Joint Redevelopment Project Area with the City of Montclair Redevelopment Agency (Community: Montclair). (Presenter: Kathy Thomas)

 

148.     1) Approve and adopt the final FY 2008-09 Budget for the Redevelopment Agency for a total appropriation of $72,108,448, not including any changes the Board may further direct, if any, and authorize adjustments based upon the final fund balance. 2) Make the finding that the administrative costs utilizing housing set-aside funds are necessary and reasonable expenses related to Project Area housing activities. (Presenter: Kathy Thomas)

 


CRESTLINE SANITATION DISTRICT

 

149.     Acting as the governing body for the Crestline Sanitation District, approve Amendment No. 1, which includes an extension of services from June 30, 2008 to June 30, 2009 and updated fee schedules, for each of the following agreements for on-call road and easement grading services for all Special Districts. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

Agreement No.

 

 

05-364-A1

Bear Valley Paving, Big Bear Lake, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-365-A1

Hal Hays Construction, Riverside, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-366-A1

J.D. Stine Construction, San Bernardino, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-367-A1

Lovex General Eng. Co., Wrightwood, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-368-A1

Southwest Grading, 29 Palms, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-369-A1

Vance Corporation, Rialto, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-370-A1

William Kanayan Const., Rim Forest, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

 

150.     Acting as the governing body for the Crestline Sanitation District, approve the following contracts to provide asphalt pavement repair services as needed for the base three-year period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011: (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

International Pavement Solutions, Redlands, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Ficara Paving Company, Yucca Valley, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Bacon-Wagner Excavating, Running Springs, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Trinity Construction Company, Blue Jay, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year.

 

151.     Acting as the governing body of the Crestline Sanitation District, adopt the 2008-09 Proposed Budget for the Crestline Sanitation District, which is on file with the Secretary of the Board, as the 2008-09 Final Budget with operating budget appropriations totaling $6,103,035, capital improvement project/reserve appropriations totaling $9,131,456, and no decentralized budgeted staffing; authorize additional changes as the Board may direct today; and authorize technical balancing adjustments to appropriations and revenues to accommodate actual fund balances as determined by the Auditor/Controller-Recorder at fiscal year end. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

YUCCA VALLEY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

 

152.     Approve Amendment No. 8 to Lease Agreement No. 95-702 with Mark J. Westling to add 960 square feet for a total of 2,812 square feet of office space in Yucca Valley for the Yucca Valley Fire Protection District in the amount of $31,405 for the remaining term of the lease from June 1, 2008 through August 14, 2009. (Presenter: David H. Slaughter)

 

153.     Acting as the governing body of the Yucca Valley Fire Protection District: 1) Approve revisions to the 2008-09 Proposed Budget, as detailed on Attachment A, that reflect budgetary changes as a result of Board items approved at Board meetings after the compilation of the Proposed Budget workbook. 2) Adopt the 2008-09 Proposed Budget for the Yucca Valley Fire Protection District on file with the Clerk of the Board, and including the revisions identified in Recommendation No. 1, as the 2008-09 Final Budget as summarized on Attachment B; authorize additional changes as the Board may direct today; and authorize technical balancing adjustments to appropriations and revenues to accommodate actual fund balances as determined by the Auditor/Controller-Recorder as fiscal year end. (Presenter: Pat A. Dennen)

 


BIG BEAR VALLEY RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT

 

154.     Acting as the governing body for the Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District, approve Amendment No. 1, which includes an extension of services from June 30, 2008 to June 30, 2009 and updated fee schedules, for each of the following agreements for on-call road and easement grading services. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

Agreement No.

 

 

05-364-A1

Bear Valley Paving, Big Bear Lake, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-365-A1

Hal Hays Construction, Riverside, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-366-A1

J.D. Stine Construction, San Bernardino, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-367-A1

Lovex General Eng. Co., Wrightwood, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-368-A1

Southwest Grading, 29 Palms, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-369-A1

Vance Corporation, Rialto, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-370-A1

William Kanayan Const., Rim Forest, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

 

155.     Acting as the governing body for the Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District, approve the following contracts to provide asphalt pavement repair services as needed for the base three year period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011: (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

International Pavement Solutions, Redlands, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Ficara Paving Company, Yucca Valley, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Bacon-Wagner Excavating, Running Springs, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Trinity Construction Company, Blue Jay, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year.

 

156.     Acting as the governing body of the Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District, adopt the 2008-09 Proposed Budget for the Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District, which is on file with the Secretary of the Board, as the 2008-09 Final Budget with operating budget appropriations totaling $4,556,910, capital improvement project appropriations totaling $3,596,655, and decentralized budgeted staffing of 11.0; authorize additional changes as the Board may direct today; and authorize technical balancing adjustments to appropriations and revenues to accommodate actual fund balances as determined by the Auditor/Controller-Recorder at fiscal year end. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY

 

157.     Approve and adopt the In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority FY 2008-09 Final Budget, including changes the Board of Directors may direct, if any, and authorization for adjustments based upon final fund balance. (Presenter: Helen Lopez)

 

COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

 

158.     Approve and adopt the San Bernardino County Industrial Development Authority FY 2008-09 final budget, including changes the Board of Directors may direct, if any, and authorization for adjustments based upon final fund balance. (Presenter: Patricia Cole)

 


BLOOMINGTON RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT

 

159.     Acting as the governing body for the Bloomington Recreation and Park District, approve Amendment No. 1, which includes and extension of services from June 30, 2008 to June 30, 2009 and updated fee schedules, for each of the following agreements for on-call road and easement grading services. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

Agreement No.

 

 

05-364-A1

Bear Valley Paving, Big Bear Lake, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-365-A1

Hal Hays Construction, Riverside, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-366-A1

J.D. Stine Construction, San Bernardino, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-367-A1

Lovex General Eng. Co., Wrightwood, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-368-A1

Southwest Grading, 29 Palms, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-369-A1

Vance Corporation, Rialto, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

05-370-A1

William Kanayan Const., Rim Forest, CA

Not-to-exceed $100,000 for FY 08/09

 

160.     Acting as the governing body of Bloomington Recreation and Park District (Park District), approve Amendment No. 4 to Agreement No. 04-534 with the Colton Joint Unified School District (School District), in the amount of $1,500 for use of the Bloomington Middle School swimming pool from July 7, 2008 through August 15, 2008 for the Park District Community Summer Swim Program. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

161.     Acting as the governing body for the Bloomington Recreation and Park District, approve the following contracts to provide asphalt pavement repair services as needed for the base three year period of July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011: (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

International Pavement Solutions, Redlands, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Ficara Paving Company, Yucca Valley, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Bacon-Wagner Excavating, Running Springs, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year

Trinity Construction Company, Blue Jay, CA

Not to exceed $625,000/year.

 

162.     Acting as the governing body of the Bloomington Recreation and Park District, adopt the 2008-09 Proposed Budget for the Bloomington Recreation and Park District, which is on file with the Secretary of the Board, as the 2008-09 Final Budget with operating budget appropriations totaling $1,854,989, capital improvement project appropriations totaling $2,046,859, and decentralized budgeted staffing of 2.0; authorize additional changes as the Board may direct today; and authorize technical balancing adjustments to appropriations and revenues to accommodate actual fund balances as determined by the Auditor/Controller-Recorder at fiscal year end. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

ORDINANCES

 

163.     Adopt ordinance relating to the implementation of a 2008-09 booking or other processing fee at the maximum rate of $89.66 per booking. (Presenter: Gary McBride)

 

164.     Adopt Ordinance amending Ordinance 1904 by placing the following positions #82656, 82657, 82660, 82661 and 82730, Mental Health Specialist - into the Unclassified Service. (Presenter: Allan Rawland)

 

165.     Acting as the governing body of all County Service Areas and their Improvement Zones: 1) Adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance No. SD 07-06 and fixing various recreation and park activity fees for FY 2008-09 for County Service Areas and Improvement Zones as shown on Exhibits I through VIII. 2) Adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance No. SD 07-07 and confirming cemetery charges for County Service Area 29, as shown on Attachment B. 3) Adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance No. SD 07-10 and setting the water and sewer connection fees for named County Service Areas and Improvement Zones, as shown on Exhibits I-C and II-C. 4) Adopt ordinance setting fees and charges for all County Service Areas and their Improvement Zones. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 


166.     Acting as the governing body of Crestline Sanitation District: 1) Adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance No. SD 07-08 setting sewer user fees and standby charges and other various fees and charges for Crestline Sanitation District as shown in Exhibit I. 2) Adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance No. SD 07-09 and setting the sewer connection charge for Crestline Sanitation District. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

167.     Acting as the governing body of Yucca Valley Fire Protection District: 1) Adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance No. SD-4025 and establishing ambulance service and subscription fees, as shown on Exhibits I and II. 2) Adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance No. SD-4026 and establishing fire service fees for the Office of the Fire Marshal as shown on Attachment A. 3) Adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance Nos. SD-95-8 and SD-96-9 and establishing fees for fire protection service and cost recovery for fire suppression and emergency response costs as shown on Attachment B. (Presenters: Pat A. Dennen and Carol Montag)

 

168.     Acting as the governing body of Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District, adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance No. SD 07-06 and fixing various recreation and park activity fees for FY 2008-09 for Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District as shown on Exhibit I. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

169.     Acting as the governing body of Bloomington Recreation and Park District, adopt ordinance repealing Ordinance No. SD 07-06 and fixing various recreation and park activity fees for FY 2008-09 for Bloomington Recreation and Park District as shown on Exhibit I. (Presenter: Thomas L. Sutton)

 

DISCUSSION CALENDAR

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

170.     Action on Consent Calendar

            On motion by Supervisor Ovitt, seconded by Supervisor Hansberger, and carried unanimously, the consent calendar is approved as amended.

            #31 – Continue to July 15, 2008

            #32 – Continue to July 15, 2008

            #36 – Continue to July 22, 2008

            #37 – Defer for discussion (Hansberger)

            #82 – Continue to July 8, 2008

            #86 – Revised

Contractor

Agreement No.

Contractor

Agreement No.

HRN Services, Inc.

05-1177 A-4

On Assignment Staffing Services

05-1179 A-4

Just In Time Staffing

05-372 A-4

ProCare One Nurses

05-374 A-5

LiquidAgents

05-1065 A-3

Tempus LLC dba Emerald

Health Services

05-1066 A-4

MedStaff, Inc.

05-373 A-5

Medical Staffing Network

05-1064 A-3

United Staffing Solutions, Inc.

05-375 A-4

Oasis Medical Staffing

05-1178 A-3

Westway’s Staffing Services, Inc.

05-376 A-5

            #87 – Off calendar

            #136 – Revised – Recommendation #2 – Acting as the governing body for County Service Area 70: Improvement Zone L (CSA 70L), the governing body of County Service Area 56 Improvement Zone F-1 (CSA 56F-1), and the governing body of County Service Area 9 (CSA 9). 1) Find that transferring the former interests of CSA 70 L, CSA 56 F-1, and CSA 9 in real property as described in 43 Grant Deeds and the former interests of CSA 70 L in 29 easements…

#142 - Defer for discussion (Gonzales)

 

171.     Deferred Items

            #37 - Approve the contract with CCIntellect, LLC in the amount of $175,050 for the website design for San Bernardino County Economic Development Agency and maintenance and support costs for the period of June 24, 2008 through June 29, 2011. (Presenter: Mark Dowling)

            Deferred/approved on motion by Supervisor Biane, seconded by Supervisor Gonzales, and carried unanimously.

 

           


#142 - Adopt the FY 2008-09 Proposed Budget for the San Bernardino County Flood Control District, which is on file with the Secretary of the Board, as the FY 2008-09 Final Budget with appropriations totaling $157,334,935 and budgeted staffing of 180.4; authorize additional changes as the Board may direct; and authorize technical balancing adjustments to appropriations and/or revenues to accommodate actual fund balance amounts as determined by the Auditor/Controller-Recorder at fiscal year-end. (Presenter: Vana R. Olson)

            Board Direction: Direct Flood Control District staff to add the Colton 3-5 Project to the 10-year C.I.P. Project list for Zone 2; direct staff to meet with City of Colton to discuss the 3-5 Project, estimated cost of future phases of the project and funding proposals for the project including a cost sharing agreement with the City of Colton; staff to include CalTrans in discussions.

            Defer/approve with Board direction on motion by Supervisor Gonzales, seconded by Supervisor Hansberger, and carried unanimously.         

 

172.     TAKE OFF CALENDAR – 1) Consult with the local affected agencies within San Bernardino County relative to the adoption of an ordinance implementation of the tax relief program. 2) Read title only of proposed ordinance relating to taxation of replacement residences, which adds Chapter 8 to Division 4 of Title 1 of the San Bernardino County Code; waive reading of entire text and CONTINUE TO TUESDAY JULY 8, 2008, AT 10:00 A.M. for adoption. (Presenter: Supervisor Gary Ovitt and Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt)

            Off calendar on motion by Supervisor Hansberger, seconded by Supervisor Ovitt, and carried unanimously.

 

ADJOURN TO MEETING OF THE BOARD-GOVERNED COUNTY SERVICE AREAS

 

173.     Acting as the governing body of San Bernardino County Fire - Administration, CSA 70 (County Fire):            1) Approve agreement with SwiftReach Networks, Inc. of Mahwah, New Jersey, to provide a Telephone Emergency Notification System (TENS), for an amount not to exceed $145,000 over a two-year period.           2) Approve one-time allocation from General Fund Contingencies in the amount of $300,000 to County Fire for the purpose of funding the TENS agreement ($145,000) and for the continued use of a Computer Mapping Technician position ($155,000) for a two-year period; direct staff to present budgetary adjustments to accommodate the cost of the TENS program in the 2008-09 County Fire final budget on June 24, 2008 (Four votes required). (Presenters: Pat A. Dennen and Rick Britt)

            Approve on motion by Supervisor Hansberger, seconded by Supervisor Ovitt, and carried unanimously.

 

RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

Public Health

 

174.     CONTINUED TO TUESDAY JULY 8, 2008 FOR ORDINANCE ADOPTION – 1) Read title only of proposed ordinance which cancels the County's assumption of responsibility for the enforcement of the Mobilehome Parks Act and the Special Occupancy Parks Act within said parks pursuant to subsections 18300(e) and 18865(e) of the California Health and Safety Code and section 1006 of the California Code of Regulations, Title 25, Division 1, Chapter 2, authorizes notification to the California Department of Housing and Community Development of the County's cancellation, and repeals Article 2, entitled "Operation of Mobilehome Parks", of Chapter 10 of Division 3 of Title 3 of the County Code; waive reading of the entire text and CONTINUE TO TUESDAY, JULY 8, 2008 AT 10:00 A.M. for adoption. 2) Approve termination of the Department of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health Services’ responsibility as the designated enforcement agency of the Mobilehome Parks Act and the Special Occupancy Parks Act for the incorporated cities and towns within the County that have made such designation through an ordinance, resolution or contract. 3) Approve termination of the Department of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health Services’ responsibility as the designated enforcement agency of the Mobilehome Parks Act and the Special Occupancy Parks Act for the incorporated cities and towns within the County that have made such designation through an ordinance, resolution or contract. 4) Authorize the Public Health Director to terminate or amend any city/town contract that designates the County as the enforcement agency of the Mobilehome Parks Act and the Special Occupancy Parks Act in order to cancel the County’s enforcement responsibility. (Presenter: Jim Lindley)

            Approve recommendations #2-4 and continue ordinance (recommendation #1) for adoption on motion by Supervisor Mitzelfelt, seconded by Supervisor Gonzales, and carried unanimously.

 

County Administrative Office

 

175.     Approve and adopt the County's 2008-09 Final Budget, including appropriation, budgeted staffing, and authorization for adjustments for final fund balance listed in Attachment A; recommended changes in reserves for 2008-09 as listed in Attachment B; recommended Additional General Fund Financing Requests for policy items, business process improvements and capital improvements projects in Attachments C-E, recommended changes included in Attachment F, and any changes the Board may direct. (Presenter: Mark Uffer)

            Close hearing

            Board direction: Direct staff to include $200,000 of one-time funding for the Desert H.E.A.T. Program (First District) for gang suppression efforts in the High Desert area thereby reducing one-time funding to $7 million; Direct staff to provide report on effectiveness of these funding efforts and recommendations on how these funds might best be utilized for similar programs in the other Districts.

Approve as amended with Board direction on motion by Supervisor Mitzelfelt, seconded by Supervisor Gonzales, and carried unanimously.

 

ADDITIONAL CONSENT ITEM

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Economic Development

 

176.    REVISED - 1) Find it is in the County’s best interest to contract with the Inland Empire Film Commission, to coordinate with as the lead agency Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for the purpose of conducting environmental assessment studies in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) related to filming locations in the high desert. 2) Authorize the purchasing agent to issue a non-competitive purchase order to the Inland Empire Film Commission for a total not to exceed $150,000 to serve as the lead agency and contract with the consultant(s), after a competitive selection process and in consultation with the BLM, to perform environmental studies in accordance with Government Code 4525 and County Policy 11-05SP1.        3) Direct the Economic Development Agency to develop a scope of work and negotiate a contract with the Inland Empire Film Commission for a total not to exceed the amount of $150,000, and authorize the Administrator of the Economic Development Agency and the Director of Purchasing to sign the agreement.  (Presenter:  Mark Dowling)

            Approved with the Consent Calendar.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT

 

THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS IS SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, JULY 8, 2008 AT THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER, 385 NORTH ARROWHEAD AVENUE, SAN BERNARDINO WITH CLOSED SESSION BEGINNING AT 9:00 A.M. AND PUBLIC SESSION BEGINNING AT 10:00 A.M.

 

This Fair Statement sets out a summary of the actions taken on each of the items on the agenda for June, 24, 2008. The Clerk of the Board is directed to include this Fair Statement with the “Report/Recommendations to the Board of Supervisors of San Bernardino County, California and Record of Action” for said date.

 

 

 

 


ATTEST                                                                                             PAUL BIANE, Chairman

                                                                                                            Board of Supervisors

 

 


DENA M. SMITH

Clerk of the Board