Board of Supervisors' Minutes of May 22, 2012
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Roll Call.

 

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Pledge of Allegiance.

 

3. Invocation

Invocation by Jerry Mai, Creator and Director of Project: Anti-Bullying Documentary.

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 4:39:28 PM - PDF Version)
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Public Comment. (This item is reserved for persons desiring to address the Board on any matter not on this agenda.) Members of the public who wish to address the Board on any item not listed on the agenda should complete a request to speak form and place it in the tray near the podium. The President will call individuals to the podium in turn. Speakers are limited to one minute. The law does not permit Board action or extended discussion of any item not on the agenda except under special circumstances. If Board action is requested, the Board may place the matter on a future agenda. All statements that require a response will be referred to staff for reply in writing.

 

Notice of Conservatees Rights(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Correspondence(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Public Speaker Cards(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
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Approve consent calendar and changes to the Board of Supervisors' Agenda.

Notice to the public: there is no separate discussion of consent calendar items, and the recommended actions are voted on in one motion. If an item is approved on the consent vote, the specific action recommended by staff is adopted. Members of the public who wish to address the Board on any consent items should complete a request to speak form and place it in the tray near the podium. Items removed from the Consent Calendar will be considered at the end of the morning session regular agenda for discussion.

 

Public Speaker Cards(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
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Ceremonial Presentations. (See Item No. 78)

  1. Present Resolution proclaiming the month of May 2012 as "Foster Care Month" in Santa Clara County, and accept presentation from iFoster. (Social Services Agency)

 

  1. Present Resolution commending El Camino Hospital District for its dedication to the health of the people of Santa Clara County and the partnership it has undertaken to make the most cost-effective, direct use of its funds to benefit the health of our community. (Kniss)

 

  1. Present Resolution proclaiming May 19-25, 2012 as "National Safe Boating Week" in Santa Clara County. (President)

 

  1. Present Resolution proclaiming May 19-26, 2012 as "Affordable Housing Week" in Santa Clara County. (President)

 

7. Sanitation District No. 2-3 Rate Change for FY 2012-13

Hearing to consider Sewer Service Charges for County Sanitation District No. 2-3 to be collected on the County Tax Roll for Fiscal Year 2012-2013.

 

Possible action:

  1. Open public hearing and receive testimony.

 

  1. Close public hearing.

 

  1. Adopt Ordinance No. 45 amending Article VII, Sections 7.01 through 7.04, of the County Sanitation District No. 2-3 of Santa Clara County Operations Code relating to sewer service charges and authorizing collection of charges on the Tax Roll for Fiscal Year 2012-2013. (Roll Call Vote)

 

Transmittal(Sanitation District 2-3)
Notice of Public Hearing(Sanitation District 2-3)
Sewer Service Charge Increase Study(Sanitation District 2-3)
Ordinance No. 45(Ordinances)
Supp. Info. 1 - Sanitation Rate Comparison Presentation(Miscellaneous)
8. Hearing Relating to Fees in Department of Environmental Health

Continued from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 8): Hearing to consider establishment of new fees and modification of existing fees in the Department of Environmental Health. (Department of Agriculture and Environmental Management)

 

Possible action:

a.              Open public hearing and receive testimony.

 

b.              Close public hearing.

 

c.              Adopt Resolution amending existing hourly rate charges and fee schedules for services provided by the Department of Environmental Health. (Roll Call Vote)

 

Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
NBS Phase II Comprehensive Fee and Fund Balance and Analysis Report(Miscellaneous)
NBS Phase II Report Attachment - Technical Appendix(Miscellaneous)
Proposed Fee Change Power Point Presentation(Miscellaneous)
Executed Fee Schedule Resolution and Attachments(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Notice of Public Hearing(Miscellaneous)
Memorandum from Environmental Health(Miscellaneous)
Publication Information(Miscellaneous)
Fee Schedule Resolution(Resolution)
Resolution Attachment A(Miscellaneous)
Resolution Attachment B(Miscellaneous)
Resolution Attachment C(Miscellaneous)
Resolution Attachment D(Miscellaneous)
9. Expanded Polystyrene Food and Beverage Containers

Hearing to consider recommendations relating to restricting distribution of expanded polystyrene food and beverage containers in unincorporated Santa Clara County. (Department of Agriculture and Environmental Management)

 

Possible action:

  1. Open public hearing and receive testimony.

 

  1. Close public hearing.

 

  1. Under advisement from December 13, 2011 (Item No. 13): Accept report relating to expanded polystyrene food and beverage containers.

 

  1. Adopt Resolution adopting a Negative Declaration and making related California Environmental Quality Act findings relating to adoption of an ordinance restricting expanded polystyrene food and beverage containers in unincorporated Santa Clara County. (Roll Call Vote)

 

  1. Introduction and preliminary adoption of Ordinance No. NS-517.80 adding Chapter XIX to Division B11 of Title B of the County of Santa Clara Ordinance Code relating to restriction of expanded polystyrene food and beverage containers. (Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 9:26:24 AM - PDF Version)
Expanded Polystyrene Referral (Miscellaneous)
EPS PowerPoint (Miscellaneous)
Draft Expanded Polystyrene Ordinance (Ordinances)
Executed CEQA Resolution (Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
CEQA Analysis (Miscellaneous)
Miscellaneous Letters (Miscellaneous)
CEQA Response (Miscellaneous)
Notice of Posting (Miscellaneous)
Supp. Info 1 - Correspondence from Californians Against Waste(Miscellaneous)
Supp. Info. 2 - Correspondence-Save Our Shores(Miscellaneous)
Public Speaker Cards(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Off Agenda Response from Department(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
CEQA Resolution (Resolution)
10. Public Hearing on Potential Recreational Facilities

Hearing to consider possible actions relating to alternative mitigation for Impact OS-3 as identified in the Environmental Impact Report for Stanford University's 2000 General Use Permit. (Kniss)

 

Possible action:

a.              Open public hearing and receive testimony.

 

b.              Close public hearing.

 

c.              Find that the following projects would provide adequate substitute mitigation, in part, for the adverse effect on recreational opportunities for existing or new campus residents and facility users caused by the housing and academic development approved by the 2000 Stanford University General Use Permit, which reduces the availability of recreational facilities while increasing the demand for such facilities (Impact OS-3):

1.              Dumbarton Link to the Bay Trail

 

2.              Adobe Creek Bridge over Highway 101

 

 

d.              Declare intent to use $3,000,000 of the Trails Agreement in lieu of payment from Stanford University to fund the Dumbarton Link to the Bay Trail project and delegate authority to the County Executive to enter into an Agreement with the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (MROSD) for this funding after all legal requirements, including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) compliance, for the project have been fulfilled by MROSD, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive.

 

e.              Declare intent to use $5,000,000 of the Trails Agreement in lieu of payment from Stanford University to fund the Adobe Creek Bridge over Highway 101 and delegate authority to the County Executive to enter into an Agreement with the City of Palo Alto for this funding after all legal requirements, including CEQA compliance, for the project have been fulfilled by the City of Palo Alto, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive.

Request received from President Shirakawa to continue the hearing to date uncertain. This request may or may not be approved pending Board consideration of Item No. 4, Approval of the Consent Calendar and Changes to the Agenda.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 1:42:20 PM - PDF Version)
Board Referral of Janaury 2012 Related to Trails Agreement Payment(A - Multiple Recommendations)
Administration Status Report on Referral(Miscellaneous)
Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District Agenda Item No. 6 from 7/14/10(Miscellaneous)
Ravenswood Bay Trail Easement Project Summary(Miscellaneous)
Highway 101 Pedestrian and Bicycle Overcrossing at Adobe Creek Project Information(Miscellaneous)
Supp Info. 1 - Correspondence from Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition(Miscellaneous)
Supp. Info 2 - Correspondence from Committee for Green Foothills(Miscellaneous)
Supp. Info 3 - Map of Boundary of Recreational and Open Space Facilities Outside Stanford Lands(Miscellaneous)
Supp. Info 4 - Public Correspondence(Miscellaneous)
Supp. Info 5 - Additional Public Correspondence(Miscellaneous)
Supp. Info. 6 - Additional Correspondence(Miscellaneous)
Request to Speak Forms(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
13. Four-lot cluster subdivision of a property located on Mt. Hamilton Road (APN: 627-23-019) in unincorporated Santa Clara County, east of the City of San Jose. Property Owner: MTB Olive Branch, LLC. File No. 9399-56-70-10CST

Hearing to consider request for proposed tentative map and cluster permit for a four-lot cluster subdivision in the rural unincorporated area east of San Jose. Property of MTB Olive Branch, LLC.  (File No. 9399-56-70-10CST) (Department of Planning and Development)

 

Possible action:

  1. Open public hearing and receive testimony.

 

  1. Close public hearing.

 

  1. Adopt Resolution adopting Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and approving tentative map and cluster permit for a four-lot subdivision of a property located on Mt. Hamilton Road, unincorporated Santa Clara County (Assessor's Parcel No. 627-23-019). (Roll Call Vote)

OR

  1. Declare intent to deny tentative map and refer to County Counsel for preparation of findings.

The Planning Commission considered item on May 3, 2012 and recommends approval.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 9, 2012 3:00:44 PM - PDF Version)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-313 with Exhibits(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Attachment B - GIS Constraints(Miscellaneous)
Attachment C - GIS Visibility Map(Miscellaneous)
Attachment D - Photos of Building Sites(Miscellaneous)
Attachment E - General Plan Policies R-GD 31 and R-RC 102(Miscellaneous)
Attachment F - General Plan Policies R-RC 101 and R-GD 24(Miscellaneous)
Attachment G - Memo to ASA Committee & Letter from Dept. of Fish & Game(Miscellaneous)
Attachment H - Letter from Caltrans(Miscellaneous)
Affidavit of Mailing(Miscellaneous)
Publication Information(Miscellaneous)
Letter to Property Owner(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Attachment A - Resolution with Exhibits(Resolution)
14. Appeal of the Williamson Act Compatible Use Determination issued by the Appeal Review Committee on February 16, 2012 for the property at 12900 Mt. Hamilton Road owned by Richard Greever and Michelle Stava. Planning Office File: 6352-51-74-11WA APL.

Hearing to consider an appeal of the Williamson Act Compatible Use Determination issued by the Appeal Review Committee relating to a proposal for a single family residence and attached garage on a 157-acre parcel located at 12900 Mt. Hamilton Road, San Jose. Property of Richard Greever and Michelle Stava. (Assessor's Parcel No. 612-43-008) (Williamson Act Contract No. 2001.001) (File No. 6352-51-11WA APL) (Supervisorial District 3) (Department of Planning and Development)

 

Possible action:

a.              Open public hearing and receive testimony.

 

b.              Close public hearing.

 

c.              Declare intent to approve or deny appeal of Compatible Use Determination and refer to County Counsel for preparation of findings.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 10:10:22 AM - PDF Version)
Attachment A: Land Conservation (Williamson Act) Contract 2001-001 and application for Williamson Act Contract(Miscellaneous)
Attachment B: Staff level Williamson Act Compatible Use Determination letter issued, on November 9, 2011(Miscellaneous)
Attachment C: Staff Report to Appeal Review Committee (without attachments)(Miscellaneous)
Attachment D: Appeal Review Committee Williamson Act Compatible Use Determination letter issued on February 16, 2012(Miscellaneous)
Attachment E: Reasons for Appeal submitted by attorney S. Jack Chevlen(Miscellaneous)
Attachment F: Guideline for Commercial Agricultural Use and Guideline for Compatible Use Development on Restricted Lands(Miscellaneous)
Attachment G: Letter from the Department of Conservation dated May 7, 2012(Miscellaneous)
Affidavit of Mailing(Miscellaneous)
Supp. Info 1 - Documents Provided by Property Owner(Miscellaneous)
Public Speaker Cards(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
15. SCC GOV 101 ACADEMY Graduation

Present Certificates of Recognition to participants enrolled in the inaugural ten-week session of the SCC GOV 101 ACADEMY. (Office of the County Executive)

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 1:24:41 PM - PDF Version)
Academy Course Schedule(Miscellaneous)
16. Report of the Legislative Committee

Accept report from the Legislative Committee relating to meeting of May 7, 2012. (Kniss)

 

Possible action:

a.              Accept Committee agenda items 4 and 10 as Board information only.

 

b.              Support Assembly Bill 2443 (Williams) Vessel Registration Fee: Quagga Mussels.

 

c.              Support Senate Bill (SB) 1538 (Simitian) Healthcare: Mammogram.

 

d.              Support SB 1363 (Yee) Juveniles: Solitary Confinement.

 

e.              Support SB 2109 (Pan) Immunization.

 

f.              Adopt Resolution opposing elimination of the California Commission on the Status of Women from the State code. (Roll Call Vote)

 

g.              Consider support for the Santa Clara Valley Water District's Safe Clean Water and Natural Flood Protection Plan, and support of the Water District Board of Directors placing the Plan on the November 2012 ballot.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 12:02:13 PM - PDF Version)
Meeting Agenda(BOARD COMMITTEE)
AB2443 Staff Report(Miscellaneous)
AB2443 Text(Miscellaneous)
SB1538 Memo From CSW(Miscellaneous)
SB1363 Staff Memo(Miscellaneous)
SB 1363 Text(Miscellaneous)
AB 2109 Staff Memo(Miscellaneous)
AB 2109 Text(Miscellaneous)
Staff Memo on Water Plan(Miscellaneous)
Water District Plan(A - Multiple Recommendations)
Supp. Info 1 - Communication from Santa Clara Valley Water District(Miscellaneous)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-314(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Request to Speak Forms(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
California Commission on the Status of Women(Resolution)
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Accept report from County Executive.

 

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Accept report from County Counsel on legal issues and closed session meetings of May 7 and May 21, 2012.

 

19. Children, Seniors, and Families Committee - April 18, 2012

Held from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 49): Accept report from the Children, Seniors, and Families Committee (CSFC) relating to meeting of April 18, 2012. (Cortese)

 

Possible action:

  1. Consider recommendations on the Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 budget submittal from the Department of Child Support Services. (CSFC Item 6)

 

  1. Consider recommendations on the FY 2013 budget submittal from the Social Services Agency. (CSFC Item 7)

 

  1. Authorize the California Child and Family Services Review Self Assessment for Santa Clara County Department of Family and Children's Services and Probation Department, Juvenile Probation Services for submission to the California Department of Social Services. (CSFC Item 8)
    1. Accept report relating to the California Child and Family Services Review Self Assessment for Santa Clara County.

 

    1. Consider authorizing the California Child and Family Services Review Self Assessment for Santa Clara County for submission to the California Department of Social Services.

 

 

  1. Accept Committee agenda items 4-5 and 9-16 as Board information only.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 4:21:15 PM - PDF Version)
Agenda for 4/18/12 CSFC Meeting(BOARD COMMITTEE)
Attachment A-DFCS(Miscellaneous)
Attachment B- DFCS ORG CHART(Miscellaneous)
Attachment D- PQCR report(Miscellaneous)
Attachment E- CAPP(Miscellaneous)
Attachment F- SCC Systems change(Miscellaneous)
Attachment G- CSA description(Miscellaneous)
Attachment I- 2011 July CW performance report(Miscellaneous)
Attachment K- DFCS workforce(Miscellaneous)
Attachment M- preventative (Miscellaneous)
Attachment L- DFCS staff (Miscellaneous)
Attachment N- MOU FY12(Miscellaneous)
Attachment O- LCWEP(Miscellaneous)
Attachment C- Contracts, MOU(Miscellaneous)
Executed - CCFS Review Self Assessment(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Supp. Info. 1 - CCFS Review Self Assessment(Miscellaneous)
20. Referral Relating to Los Altos Hills County Fire District

Held from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 20): Direct Administration to prepare an Ordinance for review by the Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation Committee, and subsequent approval by the Board of Supervisors, to institute term limits for the Los Altos Hills County Fire District commissioners to no more than two consecutive four-year terms beginning July 1, 2012, and to stagger expiration of terms so that representatives of the unincorporated County do not expire in the same year. (Kniss)

 

(Transmittal submitted on Apr 23, 2012 12:51:25 PM - PDF Version)
21. Referral Relating to National Association of Counties (NACO) Prescription Drug Card

Held from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 19): Direct Administration to prepare necessary contractual amendments and riders for Santa Clara County to participate in the Marketing Reimbursement Fee Option under the National Association of Counties (NACO) Prescription Drug Card Program beginning July 1, 2012. (Kniss)

 

(Transmittal submitted on Apr 18, 2012 11:44:45 AM - PDF Version)
22. Direct staff to include discussion of relocating Elmwood as part of County Civic Master Plan Study

Direct Administration to include discussion of relocating the Elmwood Correctional Facility as part of County Civic Master Plan Study. (Cortese)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 3:14:18 PM - PDF Version)
24. Fiscal Year 2013 Master Contract List

Adopt Resolution delegating contracting authority to the agency and/or department heads to implement the Master Contract List for Fiscal Year 2013. (Roll Call Vote) (Office of the County Executive)

 

Finance and Government Operations Committee considered

item on May 10, 2012.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 11:13:46 AM - PDF Version)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-315 (FY 2013 MCL Resolution)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Master Contract List as Presented to FGOC(Miscellaneous)
Exhibit A - FY 2013 Master Contract List(Miscellaneous)
FY 2013 MCL Resolution(Resolution)
Eligibility Requirements(Miscellaneous)
25. Notice of Intent to Purchase Real Property for Public Park Purpose (Nolan Property for Joseph Grant County Park Expansion)

Consider recommendations relating to delegation of authority and intent to purchase real property necessary for public park purposes.


Possible action:

  1. Approve Funding Agreement with the Nature Conservancy, and the City and County of San Francisco for the purchase of the Nolan Property, in an amount not to exceed $2,600,000 for period May 22, 2012 through December 31, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Approve delegation of authority to the Director, Parks and Recreation Department, or designee, to negotiate, execute, amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to Funding Agreement with The Nature Conservancy, including grant funding sources for The Nature Conservancy, including but not limited to the California Coastal Conservancy and the Moore Foundation, and San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to jointly fund acquisition of real property, in an amount not to exceed $2,600,000 for period May 22, 2012 through December 31, 2012, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive. Delegation of authority shall expire on December 31, 2012.

 

  1. Adopt Resolution of Intent to Purchase Real Property located on Mount Hamilton Road, property of Owen Nolan. (Roll Call Vote)

 

  1. Authorize the Clerk of the Board to set Tuesday, June 19, 2012 as the date and time to consider acquisition of real property.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No.169 - $1,000,000 transferring funds within the Parks and Recreation Department Budget. (Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 2:01:30 PM - PDF Version)
Map of Property(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Map Showing Axis of Protected Lands(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Option Agreement(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Option Extension(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Property Photos(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-316(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
PENDING: Executed Funding Agreement(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed F-85 No. 169(Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
Publication Information(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Resolution of Notice of Intent to Purchase Real Property(Resolution)
Funding Agreement(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Appropriation Modification (F-85) (Appropriation Modification (F-85))
26. Report Back on Adult and Juvenile Services - Describing Service Delivery Enhancements taken since the January 2011 State of the County Address

Under advisement from January 24, 2012 (Item No. 9): Accept report relating to adult and juvenile probation services and Department efforts to enhance service delivery for adults and juveniles. (Probation Department)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 11:34:43 AM - PDF Version)
SCC Mission Vision Values(A - Multiple Recommendations)
Speaker Cards(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
27. 2012 -2013 Milpitas Unified School District Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANS)

Accept presentation relating to bond issuance. (Finance Agency)

 

Possible action:

 

Adopt Resolution providing for the borrowing of funds in the name of the Milpitas Unified School District for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 and the issuance and sale of 2012 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes, in an amount not to exceed $10,000,000. (Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 8:53:22 AM - PDF Version)
Adopted Financing Resolution 2012-317(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Certificate of Award(Miscellaneous)
Financing Resolution(Resolution)
28. 2012 -2013 Los Altos School District Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANS)

Accept presentation relating to bond issuance. (Finance Agency)

 

Possible action:

 

Adopt Resolution providing for the borrowing of funds in the name of the Los Altos School District for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 and the issuance and sale of 2012 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes, in an amount not to exceed $10,000,000. (Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 8:53:43 AM - PDF Version)
Executed Financing Resolution 2012-318(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Certificate of Award(Miscellaneous)
Letter to Bond Counsel(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Financing Resolution(Resolution)
29. 2012 -2013 Fremont Union High School District Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANS)

Accept presentation relating to bond issuance. (Finance Agency)

 

Possible action:

 

Adopt Resolution providing for the borrowing of funds in the name of the Fremont Union High School District for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 and the issuance and sale of 2012 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes, in an amount not to exceed $17,000,000. (Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 8:54:05 AM - PDF Version)
Adopted Financing Resoultion 2012-319(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Certificate of Award(Miscellaneous)
Financing Resolution(Resolution)
30. 2012 -2013 Mt. View-Los Altos Union High School District Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANS)

Accept presentation relating to bond issuance. (Finance Agency)

 

Possible action:

 

Adopt Resolution providing for the borrowing of funds in the name of the Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 and the issuance and sale of 2012 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes, in an amount not to exceed $10,000,000. (Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 8:54:30 AM - PDF Version)
Executed Financing Resolution 2012-320(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Note Purchase Agreement(Miscellaneous)
Letter to Bond Counsel(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Financing Resolution(Resolution)
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Approve First Amendment to Building Loan Agreement with Innvision, Inc., a nonprofit corporation, relating to providing Stevens House transitional homeless shelter services, in an amount not to exceed $133,715.07, for period May 22, 2012, through May 22, 2022, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. (Department of Planning and Development)

Executed First Amendment to Building Loan Agreement with Exhibits A & B(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Supp. Info. 1 - Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
First Amendment to Building Loan Agreement with Exhibits A & B(Agreements and Amendments)
32. Resolution of Intention to Accept the Highest Qualified Bids for the Sale of County-owned Real Property, and Resolution of Intention to sell County-owned real property in San Jose - Rosemary Gardens Area

Held from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 25): Consider recommendations relating to the sale of County-owned real property (Assessor's Parcel Nos. (APNs) 230-33-064, 230-35-033 and portions of APNs 230-35-098 and 230-35-099), and intent to sell County-owned real property (portion of APN 230-35-033) located in the Rosemary Gardens area of San Jose. (Roads and Airports Department)

Possible action:

  1. Adopt Resolution of Intention to accept the highest qualified bids for the sale of eight residential parcels not needed for County purposes, located in the Rosemary Gardens Area of San Jose. (Roll Call Vote)

 

  1. Approve Grant Deeds and necessary documents relating to the sale of eight County-owned residential parcels located in the Rosemary Gardens area of San Jose.

OR

  1. Reject all bids for any of the eight County-owned parcels.

AND

  1. Adopt Resolution of Intention to sell one commercial parcel not needed for County purposes located in the Rosemary Gardens area of San Jose. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

  1. Authorize the Clerk of the Board to set Monday, July 23, 2012, at 2:00 p.m., at the Santa Clara County Roads and Airports Department, 101 Skyport Drive, San Jose, as the date, time, and location for the sealed competitive bid process to dispose of the property.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 3:09:03 PM - PDF Version)
Location Map(Miscellaneous)
Generic Agreement to Sell - 1231 North First Street(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Request for Competitive Bids - 1231 North First Street(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-321(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Agreement for 1224 Keoncrest Ave.(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Agreement for 72 Ferrari Ave.(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Agreement for 130 Ferrari Ave.(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Agreement for 156 Ferrari Ave.(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Agreement for 172 Ferrari Ave.(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Agreement for 182 Ferrari Ave.(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Agreement for 192 Ferrari(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Agreement for Undevloped Lot Between 156 and 172 Ferrari Ave.(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Grant Deed for 1224 Keoncrest(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Grant Deed for 72 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Grant Deed for 130 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Grant Deed for 156 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Grant Deed for 172 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Grant Deed for 182 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Grant Deed for 192 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Grant Deed for Undeveloped Lot Between 156 and 172 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-322(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Publication Information(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Resolution of Intention to Accept the Highest Qualified Bids(Resolution)
Agreement for Sale - 1224 Keoncrest(Agreements and Amendments)
Agreement for Sale - 72 Ferrari(Agreements and Amendments)
Agreement for Sale - 130 Ferrari(Agreements and Amendments)
Agreement for Sale - 156 Ferrari(Agreements and Amendments)
Agreement for Sale - 172 Ferrari(Agreements and Amendments)
Agreement for Sale - 182 Ferrari(Agreements and Amendments)
Agreement for Sale - 192 Ferrari(Agreements and Amendments)
Agreement for Sale - Undeveloped Lot(Agreements and Amendments)
Grant Deed - 1224 Keoncrest(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Grant Deed - 72 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Grant Deed - 130 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Grant Deed - 156 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Grant Deed - 172 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Grant Deed - 182 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Grant Deed - 192 Ferrari(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Grant Deed - Unimproved Lot(County Property - Purchase-Lease-Sale)
Resolution of Intention to Sell One Commercial Parcel in Rosemary Gardens Area of San Jose(Resolution)
33. ###

Consider items previously removed from the Consent Calendar.

 

34. ###

Adjourn.

 

Adjourn in Memoriam

 

Adjourn in honor and memory of Kay Ralston and Ismael Victor Zavala, Sr.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 5:51:22 PM - PDF Version)
(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 5:51:22 PM - PDF Version)
Letters to Families(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
* 35. ###

Approve minutes of April 3, April 30, and May 7, 2012, and the Summary of Proceedings/minutes of May 1, 2012.

 

Minutes of 4/3/12 BOS Meeting(Miscellaneous)
Minutes of 4/30/12 Open Session(Miscellaneous)
Minutes of 5/1/12 BOS Meeting(Miscellaneous)
Minutes of 5/7/12 Open Session(Miscellaneous)
* 36. Approve Appropriation Modification in the Social Services Agency's Budget to Purchase Fixed Assets for FY 2012

Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 170 - $265,213 transferring funds within the Social Services Agency budget relating to the purchase of hardware equipment. (Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 11:40:53 AM - PDF Version)
Executed F85 - 170 Appropriation Modification to Purchase Fixed Assets for FY 2012(Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
F85 - 170 Appropriation Modification to Purchase Fixed Assets for FY 2012(Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 37. Innovative Projects, CalFresh Education Program Grant

Held from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 29): Consider recommendations relating to Innovative Projects, CalFresh Education Program Grant.

 

Possible action:

  1. Ratify Grant Application submitted by the Social Services Agency to the California Department of Social Services, CalFresh Nutrition Education Unit, relating to grant funding for Innovative Projects, in the amount of $1,100,000 for period April 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 166 - $1,100,000 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Social Services Agency budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

  1. Approve Agreement with Second Harvest Food Bank of San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties relating to providing nutritional education to CalFresh recipients and eligible populations, in the amount of $550,000 for period April 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
State Request for Applications Innovative Project, CalFresh Education(Grant Application)
Innovative Projects, CalFresh Education: County Application(Grant Application)
Innovative Projects, CalFresh Education: Award Letter(Grant Application)
F-85 No. 166: Innovative Projects, CalFresh Education(Grant Application)
Innovative Projects, CalFresh Education: Approved Agreement with Second Harvest(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Innovative Projects, CalFresh Education: Agreement with Second Harvest(Agreements and Amendments)
* 38. Acceptance of two photovoltaic (solar) electric vehicle charging systems for the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center from a State of California "Green Innovations Challenge" (GIC) grant to be deeded to the County from the grant recipient North Valley Workforce Board.

Consider acceptance of gift of two "SunPod" solar powered electric vehicle charging stations, estimated value $72,000, from the North Valley Workforce Board, via grant from the State of California, on behalf of the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center.

Possible action:

  1. Accept gift.

 

  1. Authorize the President to forward letter of appreciation to North Valley Workforce Board.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 10:20:59 AM - PDF Version)
Letter from President(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
* 39. Report on Bids and Award Contract to Provide and Install the Distributed Antenna System for the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC) Bed Building 1 (BB1) and Services Building Replacement (SBR)

Accept Report on Bids for the construction of the Distributed Antenna System for Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC) Bed Building 1 and Services Building Replacement.

 

Possible action:

  1. Award contract to Radonich Corporation DBA Cal Coast Telecom, in the amount of $1,548,190 with a construction time of 180 calendar days.

 

  1. Approve encumbrance of additional $233,000 as supplemental work allowance (SWA) for a total encumbrance amount of $1,781,190.

 

  1. Authorize the Director, Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System Facilities, to issue Change Orders, as necessary against the SWA and to approve modifications to the construction time.

 

  1. Ratify Addendum No. 1 to Bid Documents that modified or clarified Bid Documents in response to contractor questions.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 10:22:59 AM - PDF Version)
Attachment 2 Technical Specifications(A - Multiple Recommendations)
Attachment 3 Compensation(A - Multiple Recommendations)
Attachment 4 General Conditions (Miscellaneous)
Addendum 1(A - Multiple Recommendations)
Attachment 1 Agreement (A - Multiple Recommendations)
* 40. Approve Agreement with Galen Inpatient Physicians, Inc. for the Provision of Inpatient Hospitalist Physician Coverage

Approve Agreement with Galen Inpatient Physicians, Inc., to provide inpatient hospitalist physician coverage, in an amount not to exceed $2,900,000 annually for a maximum amount of $8,700,000 for period June 1, 2012 through May 31, 2015, with the option to renew for up to two additional terms of one year each, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 10:30:44 AM - PDF Version)
Executed Galen Inpatient Physicians Agreement(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Galen Inpatient Physicians Agreement(Agreements and Amendments)
* 41. Various Actions Related to Siemens Contract Extension During Implementation of Enterprise Core Healthcare Information System Project

Consider recommendations relating to Information Services (IS) Agreement with Siemens Medical Solutions, Inc.

 

Possible action:

  1. Approve 38th Amendment to Agreement with Siemens Medical Solutions, Inc., extending the overall term of maintenance and support from December 31, 2012 through December 31, 2015, modifying scope of services and maintenance, and termination of applications in accordance with Enterprise Core Healthcare Information System Project schedule, and establishing the contract maximum of $16,352,260 for period July 1, 2012 through December 31, 2015, in accordance with the approved department budget, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Approve extension of existing delegation of authority to the Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System Chief Executive Officer/Deputy County Executive to negotiate, execute, amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to the IS Agreement with Siemens Medical Solutions, Inc., in order to modify the scope of services and maintenance, and terminate applications, in an amount not to exceed $450,000. Delegation of authority shall expire on December 31, 2015.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 10:08:38 AM - PDF Version)
Executed Siemens Contract Amendment(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Siemens Contract Amendment(Agreements and Amendments)
* 42. Second Amendment to Memorandum of Understanding with the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara

Approve Second Amendment to Memorandum of Understanding with the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara, relating to providing mental health services and sober living units to parolees, in a revised amount not to exceed $1,042,512 for period October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2012 that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 10:26:06 AM - PDF Version)
Superior Court Agreement(Agreements and Amendments)
Superior Court Amendment 1(Agreements and Amendments)
Superior Court Amendment 2(Agreements and Amendments)
Supp. Info 1 - Request to Hold Memo(Miscellaneous)
* 43. Various Actions Related to Communities Putting Prevention to Work Tobacco Prevention and Control Program

Consider recommendations relating to Communities Putting Prevention to Work Tobacco Prevention and Control Program.

 

Possible action:

  1. Approve Agreement with Better World Advertising relating to providing communications and media services, in an amount not to exceed $14,625 for period March 3, 2012 through May 31, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.  

 

  1. Approve First Amendment to Agreement with Samuels and Associates relating to providing evaluation services, in an amount not to exceed $250,000 for period through March 18, 2013, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 5:08:53 PM - PDF Version)
Supp. Info 1 - Approved Agreement with Better World Advertising(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Supp. Info 2 - First Amendment to Agreement with Samuels and Associates(Agreements and Amendments)
Supp. Info 1 - Agreement with Better World Advertising(Agreements and Amendments)
* 44. Santa Clara County Medical Volunteers for Disaster Response

Held from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 36): Consider recommendations relating to Santa Clara County Medical Volunteers for Disaster Response.

 

Possible action:

  1. Approve Agreement with National Association of County and City Health Officials relating to capacity building of Medical Volunteers for Disaster Response, in an amount not to exceed $5,000 for period December 22, 2011 through July 31, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 158 - $1,000 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Public Health Department budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
Executed EMS NACCHO F-85 FY12(Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Agreement with NACCHO for Medical Volunteers for Disaster Response(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
EMS NACCHO F-85 FY12(Appropriation Modification (F-85))
Agreement with NACCHO for Medical Volunteers for Disaster Response(Agreements and Amendments)
* 45. Parolee Reentry Grant

Held from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 38): Consider recommendations relating to Parolee Reentry Grant.

 

Possible action:

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 168 - $5,376 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Department of Alcohol and Drug Services budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

  1. Approve Second Amendment to Memorandum of Understanding with Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara, relating to reimbursement for residential substance use treatment services which is being funded through the Parolee Reentry Court Grant, reducing reimbursement from $304,000 to $287,440 for period October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Approve Second Amendment to Agreement with Pathway Society, Inc., relating to providing substance use residential treatment services, increasing maximum financial obligation from $176,000 to $189,440 for period October 1, 2011 through September 30, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
Executed 2nd Amendment to MOU with Superior Court for Parolee Reentry Court Grant(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
1st Amendment to MOU with Superior Court for Parolee Reentry Court Grant(Agreements and Amendments)
MOU with Superior Court for Parolee Reentry Court Grant(Agreements and Amendments)
Executed 2nd Amendment to Agreement with Pathway Society, Inc. for Parolee Reentry Court Grant(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
1st Amendment to Agreement with Pathway Society, Inc. for Parolee Reentry Court Grant(Agreements and Amendments)
Agreement with Pathway Society, Inc. for Parolee Reentry Court Grant(Agreements and Amendments)
Executed F-85 No. 168 - Parolee Reentry Court(Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
2nd Amendment to MOU with Superior Court for Parolee Reentry Court Grant(Agreements and Amendments)
2nd Amendment to Agreement with Pathway Society, Inc. for Parolee Reentry Court Grant(Agreements and Amendments)
F-85 Parolee Reentry Court(Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 46. Approve Job Specification for New Classification of Mental Health Worker and Adopt Related Salary Ordinance Amendment.

Consider recommendations relating to the Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS).

Possible action:

  1. Approve job specification for classification of Mental Health Worker.

 

  1. Abolish the classification of Nursing Attendant.

 

  1. Introduction and preliminary adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12.87 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12 relating to the compensation of employees adding and deleting various positions in SCVHHS, and amending the Salary Schedule to delete the Nursing Attendant classification and add the Mental Health Worker classification. (Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 11, 2012 10:31:15 AM - PDF Version)
Mental Health Worker Class Specification(Personnel Recommendations)
Salary Ordinance NS-5.12.87 (Ordinances)
* 47. Accept the Recommendations Related to Allocation Review, Pursuant to Section 19.2 of the SEIU Local 521 Labor Contract with the County of Santa Clara and Adopt Related Salary Ordinance Amendment.

Consider recommendations relating to the Department of Environmental Health, Department of Planning and Development, Probation Department, Public Health Department, Registrar of Voters, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, and Social Services Agency.

 

Possible action:

  1. Accept recommendations from Human Resources and the Allocation Review Board relating to the reallocation of 24 positions.

 

  1. Introduction and preliminary adoption of Salary Ordinance Amendment No. NS-5.12.86 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12 relating to the compensation of employees adding and deleting various positions in the Department of Environmental Health, Department of Planning and Development, Probation Department, Public Health Department, Registrar of Voters, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, and Social Services Agency. (Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 3:51:59 PM - PDF Version)
NS-5.12.86(Ordinances)
Attachment A(Personnel Recommendations)
* 48. Approve Proposed 2012-2013 Plan Year Insurance Premium Rates for the Various County Employee/Retiree Health and Benefit Plans

Approve proposed 2012-2013 Plan Year insurance premium rates for the various County employee/retiree health and other benefit plans, subject to final Contract Agreement approval in June 2012.

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 4:20:26 PM - PDF Version)
Attachment A - 2012-2103 Plan Year Benefit Premium Rates - Active Employees(Miscellaneous)
Attachment B - 2012-2013 Plan Year Benefit Premium Rates - Retirees (Miscellaneous)
* 49. Adoption of Salary Ordinance Amendment NS-20.11 relating to the Office of the County Executive, BU 107.

Introduction and preliminary adoption of Salary Ordinance No NS-20.11.14 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-20.11 relating to the compensation of employees adding one unclassified position of Special Assistant to the County Executive, pursuant to Article VII of the County Charter. (Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt)

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 4:59:29 PM - PDF Version)
Supp. Info 1 - Memorandum from ESA(Miscellaneous)
Supp. Info 2 - Revised Executive Management Salary Ordinance No. NS-20.11.14.(Ordinances)
Supp. Info 3 - Redlined Version of Executive Management Salary Ordinance No. NS-20.11.14(Ordinances)
NS-20.11.14 (Ordinances)
* 50. ###

Announce travel for members of the Board of Supervisors and other elected officials as follows:

  1. Supervisor Cortese traveled to Washington, D.C., for official County business at the White House, as previously announced during the May 1, 2012 Board of Supervisors meeting, on May 2-4, 2012.

 

  1. President Shirakawa traveled to San Diego, California, to attend the christening and launch of the United States Naval Service Cesar Chavez on May 5, 2012; and, will travel to Sacramento, California, to attend the California State Association of Counties conference on May 30-31, 2012.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 9:06:39 AM - PDF Version)
(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 9:06:39 AM - PDF Version)
* 51. ###

Accept reports from members of the Board of Supervisors relating to meetings attended through May 16, 2012.

 

District 1(Miscellaneous)
District 2(Miscellaneous)
District 3(Miscellaneous)
District 4(Miscellaneous)
District 5(Miscellaneous)
* 52. California Electronic Reporting System Grant

Held from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 46): Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 157 – $231,730 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Department of Environmental Health, Hazardous Materials Program budget relating to the California Electronic Reporting System Grant. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

Executed HLUET 7 Appropriation Modification (Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
(Transmittal submitted on Apr 24, 2012 1:47:38 PM - PDF Version)
Agenda for 4/12/12 HLUET Meeting(BOARD COMMITTEE)
HLUET 7 Appropriation Modification (Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 53. Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation Committee (HLUET) - May 8, 2012

Accept report from the Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation Committee (HLUET) relating to meeting of May 8, 2012. (Wasserman)

 

Possible action:

  1. Consider Budget inventory items for the Fiscal Year 2013 budget. (HLUET Item 5)

 

  1. Consider recommendations relating to Fiscal Year 2013 fee adjustments and new fees for the Department of Planning and Development. (HLUET Item 6)

 

  1. Consider recommendations on Fiscal Year 2013 budget submittal from the Department of Planning and Development. (HLUET Item 7)

 

  1. Consider recommendations on the Fiscal Year 2013 budget submittal from the Department of Agriculture and Environmental Management. (HLUET Item 8)

 

  1. Consider recommendations relating to reauthorization of the Countywide Assembly Bill 939 Implementation Fee. (HLUET Item 9)
    1. Adopt Resolution approving the collection of a Countywide Assembly Bill (AB) 939 Implementation Fee and delegating authority to the Director, Department of Agriculture and Environmental Management, or designee, to amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive. Delegation of authority shall expire on June 30, 2015. (Roll Call Vote)

 

    1. Approve Agreement relating to the Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

    1. Adopt Resolution delegating authority to the Director, Department of Agriculture and Environmental Management, or designee, to amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive. Delegation of authority shall expire on June 30, 2015. (Roll Call Vote)

 

    1. Approve form of the Agreement with the 15 Cities in the County relating to the Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

 

  1. Consider recommendations relating to restricting expanded polystyrene foam used for food and beverage containers in unincorporated Santa Clara County. (HLUET Item 10)  (See Item No. 9 on today's agenda)

 

  1. Consider recommendations on Fiscal Year 2013 budget submittal from the Parks and Recreation Department. (HLUET Item 11)

 

  1. Approve Spay/Neuter Request for Donation Letter to be distributed by the Animal Advisory Commission to pet-related businesses and clubs. (HLUET Item 12)

 

  1. Consider recommendations relating to the Animal Advisory Commission. (HLUET Item 13)
    1. Approve Calendar Year 2012 meeting schedule.

 

    1. Approve the Fiscal Year 2013 work plan.

 

 

  1. Approve Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Annual Work Plans from the Airports Commission, Fish and Game Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, and Roads Commission. (HLUET Item 14)

 

  1. Accept report and consider recommendations relating to a Request for Information on Waste Conversion Technologies. (HLUET Item 15)

 

  1. Approve Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Annual Work Plans from the Airport Land Use Commission, Historical Heritage Commission, and the Planning Commission. (HLUET Item 16)

 

  1. Approve Sublease Agreement with the City of San Jose relating to use of the Household Hazardous Waste Facility located at 1608 Las Plumas Avenue, San Jose, for the Household Hazardous Waste Program, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. (HLUET Item 17)

 

  1. Consider recommendations relating to Fiscal Year 2013 budget submittal for the Road Fund and the Calendar Year 2012 Master Capital Projects Plan. (HLUET Item 20)

 

  1. Accept Committee agenda items 18, 19, 21, and 22 as Board information only.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 2:01:53 PM - PDF Version)
Agenda for 5/8/12 HLUET Meeting(BOARD COMMITTEE)
HLUET 5 Budget Inventory-Transmittal from District 2(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 7 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 7 Powerpoint Presentation(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 8 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 8 AEM Budget PowerPoint Presentation FY 2013(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 9 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 11 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 11 FY 2013 Budget Submittal Transmittal Letter(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 11 Parks FY 2013 Budget Presentation(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 12 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 12 Animal Advisory Commission's Spay/Neuter Donation Letter(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 13 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 13 Animal Advisory Commission FY 2012 Meeting Schedule(Boards and Commissions)
HLUET 13 Animal Advisory Commission FY 2013 Work Plan(Boards and Commissions)
HLUET 14 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 14 Instructions(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 14 Template(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 14 Airports Work Plan(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 14 FY2012-2013 Fish and Game Commission Workplan and 2011 Accomplishments(Boards and Commissions)
HLUET 14 Parks and Recreation Work Plan(Boards and Commissions)
HLUET 14 FY2012-2013 Roads Commission Work Plan and Accomplishments(A - Multiple Recommendations)
HLUET 15 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 16 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 16 FY2012-13 ALUC Approved Work Plan(Boards and Commissions)
HLUET 16 FY2012-13 HHC Approved Work Plan(Boards and Commissions)
HLUET 16 FY2012-13 PC Approved Work Plan(Boards and Commissions)
HLUET 17 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 20 Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 20 FY 2013 Recommended Budget Powerpoint Presentation(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 20 Roads Department FY 2013 Recommended Budget Items(Miscellaneous)
HLUET 20 CY 2012 Master Capital Projects Plan(Miscellaneous)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-323(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-324(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Palo Alto)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Sublease Agreement with City of San Jose(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Campbell)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Cupertino)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Gilroy)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Los Altos)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Los Altos Hills)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Los Gatos)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Milpitas)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Monte Sereno)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Morgan Hill)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Mountain View)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (San Jose)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Santa Clara)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Saratoga)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Campbell)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Cupertino)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Gilroy)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Los Altos)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Los Altos Hills)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Los Gatos)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Milpitas)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Monte Sereno)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Morgan Hill)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Mountain View)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (San Jose)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Santa Clara)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Saratoga)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program (Sunnyvale)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Sunnyvale)(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
HLUET 9 Resolution Regarding AB939 Implementation Fee(Resolution)
HLUET 9 Agreement for Countywide AB939 Implementation Fee (Agreements and Amendments)
HLUET 9 Resolution Regarding Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program(Resolution)
HLUET 9 Agreement for Countywide Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program(Agreements and Amendments)
HLUET 17 HHW Property Sublease Agreement(Agreements and Amendments)
* 54. Report of Health and Hospital Committee

Accept report from the Health and Hospital Committee relating to meeting of May 9, 2012. (Kniss)

 

Possible action:

  1. Accept Committee agenda items 3-12 and 14-19 as Board information only.

 

  1. Approve the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 HIV Planning Council for Prevention and Care Annual Work Plan.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 16, 2012 10:38:17 AM - PDF Version)
HHC Meeting Agenda(BOARD COMMITTEE)
HIV Work Plan Memo(Boards and Commissions)
HIV 2012-2013 Work Plan(Boards and Commissions)
Presentation on Meaningful Use, Electronic Health Record(A - Multiple Recommendations)
EMS Agency Semi-Annual Report(A - Multiple Recommendations)
PHD Presentation on Strategic Plan(A - Multiple Recommendations)
PHD 2012-2015 Strategic Plan(A - Multiple Recommendations)
* 55. Finance and Government Operations Committee - May 10, 2012

Accept report from the Finance and Government Operations Committee (FGOC) relating to meeting of May 10, 2012. (Yeager)

 

Possible action:

  1. Consider recommendations relating to food services at County Cafes. (FGOC Item 9)
    1. Accept monthly status report relating to food services management of the County cafes.

 

    1. Approve Agreements with Jose Dominguez and Thuy Wolfson relating to providing Food Services Management for period July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013 with three options to renew, that have been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

    1. Approve delegation of authority to the Director, Facilities and Fleet Department, or designee, to amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to the licenses with Jose Dominguez and Thuy Wolfson to provide food management services, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive. Delegation of authority shall expire on June 30, 2016.
  1. Accept the Audit Report, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, Single Audit Report, and the Client Communication Letter of the County of Santa Clara for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2011. (FGOC Item 14)

 

  1. Approve Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Annual Work Plans from the Board of Plumbing Examiners, Citizens' Advisory Commission on Elections, Province of Florence, Italy Sister-County Commission, and Personnel Board. (FGOC Item 20)

 

  1. Accept Committee agenda items 4-8, 10, 11, 13, 15-19, 21, and 22 as Board information only.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 5:41:49 PM - PDF Version)
Agenda for 5/10/12 FGOC Meeting(BOARD COMMITTEE)
March Cafe Survey Report(Miscellaneous)
Original Agreement with Thuy Wolfson(Agreements and Amendments)
Executed Second Agreement with Thuy Wolfson(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Original Agreement with Jose Dominguez(Agreements and Amendments)
Executed Second Agreement with Jose Dominguez(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
FGOC Item 9: Report Back on County Food Services Operations(BOARD COMMITTEE)
FGOC Item 14: Audit Report, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, Single Audit Report, and Client Communication Letter(BOARD COMMITTEE)
Client Communication Letter(Finance)
County Financial Statement and Single Audit Report(Finance)
FGOC Item 20: FY 2013 Boards and Commissions Annual Workplans(BOARD COMMITTEE)
Workplan Instructions(Boards and Commissions)
Workplan Template(Boards and Commissions)
Board of Plumbing Examiners FY 2013 Workplan(Boards and Commissions)
Citizens' Advisory Commission on Elections FY 2013 Workplan(Boards and Commissions)
Florence Commission FY 2013 Workplan(Boards and Commissions)
Personnel Board FY 2013 Workplan(Boards and Commissions)
Second Agreement with Thuy Wolfson(Agreements and Amendments)
Second Agreement with Jose Dominguez(Agreements and Amendments)
* 56. ###

Accept report from Board Delegate to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission relating to meetings of May 9 and May 11, 2012. (Cortese)

 

Supp. Info. 1 - MTC Transmittal(Miscellaneous)
* 57. 2010 Regional Catastrophic Preparedness (RCPGP) Grant Program

Consider recommendations relating to 2010 Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program (RCPGP) funds.

 

Possible action:

  1. Accept 2010 RCPGP Grant Program award of $275,000.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 172- $275,000 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Office of the County Executive budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 1:26:51 PM - PDF Version)
Executed Request for Appropriation Modification(A - Multiple Recommendations) (Minutes Attachment)
Request for Appropriation Modification(A - Multiple Recommendations)
* 58. Agreement with Kathryn Evans

Held from May 1, 2012 (Item No. 54): Consider recommendations relating to Agreement with Kathryn Evans.

 

Possible action:

  1. Terminate existing Service Agreement contract with Kathryn Evans, per Board of Supervisors Policy Manual pertaining to 'Policies on Soliciting and Contracting', section 5.3.5.3 a - 'Authority Retained by Board'.

 

  1. Approve Agreement with Kathryn Evans relating to providing business analysis, business rule development, documentation, facilitation, and user requirements coordination services, in an amount not to exceed $224,250 for period May 7, 2012 through December 31, 2013.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 154 - $78,800 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Information Services Department budget.  (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

Transmittal(Agreements and Amendments)
Kathryn Evans New Service Agreement - Executed(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Kathryn Evans Existing SA(Agreements and Amendments)
Kathryn Evans Executed F-85(Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
Kathryn Evans New Service Agreement(Agreements and Amendments)
Kathryn Evans F-85(Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 59. Acquisition of Document Shredding Services

Consider recommendations relating to the acquisition of document shredding services.

 

Possible action:

  1. Approve Eleventh Amendment to Agreement No. 5500001433 with Iron Mountain Information Management, Inc., relating to providing document shredding services, in an amount not to exceed $3,500,000 for period March 1, 2003 through December 31, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Approve delegation of authority to the Director of Procurement, or designee, to continue with the solicitation process relating to providing document shredding services, which will result in an Agreement for a three-year period, with an option to renew for two additional years. Delegation of authority shall expire on December 31, 2012.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 10:38:25 AM - PDF Version)
Executed Eleventh Amendment to Agreement 5500001433 for Document Shredding(A - Multiple Recommendations) (Minutes Attachment)
Eleventh Amendment to Agreement 5500001433 for Document Shredding(A - Multiple Recommendations)
* 60. Amend Agreement Related to Hewlett Packard Desktops, Laptops and Tablets (Personal Computers), Monitors and Related Maintenance, Support, and Services.

Approve First Amendment to Agreement No. 5500001971 with Hewlett Packard (HP) relating to providing HP desktops, laptops and tablets (personal computers), monitors, and related maintenance, support, and services, in an amount not to exceed $6,500,000 for period November 1, 2010 through August 31, 2013 with an option to renew for one additional year, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 11:54:43 AM - PDF Version)
Executed 1st Amendment with Hewlett Packard(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
First Amendment to Agreement with Hewlett Packard (Agreements and Amendments)
* 61. Amend Agreement Related to Oracle Software Licenses, Maintenance and Support.

Approve Tenth Amendment to Agreement No. 5500001192 with Oracle America Inc., (Oracle) relating to providing Oracle software license, maintenance, and support, in an amount not to exceed $7,100,000 for period December 1, 2004 through June 30, 2013, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 11:55:27 AM - PDF Version)
Executed 1st Amendment with Oracle America(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Tenth Amendment to the Agreement with Oracle (Agreements and Amendments)
* 62. Approval of amended Exhibits to the County of Santa Clara's Conflict of Interest Code

Approve amended Exhibits to the County of Santa Clara's Conflict of Interest Code for the following departments/agencies:

  1. Information Services Department

 

  1. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 12:00:03 PM - PDF Version)
Information Services Department Exhibit A and B(Miscellaneous)
Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System Exhibit A and B(Miscellaneous)
* 63. ###

Announce appointments by individual Board members to various Boards and Commissions (standing item):

  1. Vice President Yeager appoints Senon Hernandez to the Public Authority for In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Board, seat no. 5.

 

  1. President Shirakawa appoints Dr. Maria Bernadette Cooper to the Social Services Advisory Commission, seat no. 11.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 3:00:20 PM - PDF Version)
(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 3:00:20 PM - PDF Version)
* 64. ###

Approve Board As-a-Whole appointments to various Boards and Commissions (standing item):

  1. Vice President Yeager nominates Elena Alcala to serve on the HIV Planning Council for Prevention and Care, seat no. 20.

 

  1. Supervisor Wasserman nominates Jon Breen to serve on the HIV Planning Council for Prevention and Care, seat no. 25.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 2:57:57 PM - PDF Version)
(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 2:57:57 PM - PDF Version)
* 65. Resignations from Boards and Commissions

Approve recommendations relating to resignations from Boards and Commissions.

  1. Accept resignation of Kathleen Christensen from Assessment Appeals Board II.

 

  1. Accept resignation of Sonja Cvitanich from the Social Services Advisory Commission.

 

  1. Accept resignation of Liz Kniss from the Santa Clara County Health Authority Governing Board of Directors.

 

  1. Accept resignation of Norman Kline from the Citizens' Oversight Committee for Measure A.

 

  1. Accept resignation of Kenneth Alan Mandel from the Domestic Violence Council.

 

  1. Accept resignation of Brian Brennan from the Senior Care Commission.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 10:31:26 AM - PDF Version)
* 66. Fiscal Year 2011 - 2012 (FY12) Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act (JJCPA) Grant

Consider recommendations relating to the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act (JJCPA) Grant.

Possible action:

  1. Approve delegation of authority to the Chief Probation Officer, or designee to negotiate, execute, amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to Agreements based on a competitive award, for Restorative Justice Program competency development services, Restorative Justice Program mentoring services, and support and enhancement services, in a cumulative amount not to exceed $1,198,017 for period June 30, 2012 through June 30, 2013, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive. Delegation of authority shall expire on June 30, 2013.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 146 - $3,256,408 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Probation Department budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

  1. Approve First Amendment to Agreement with Applied Survey Research relating to providing evaluation services for the JJCPA Grant, in an amount not to exceed $129,650 for period June 1, 2012 through January 31, 2014, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Approve Agreement with The Seven Challenges, LLC, relating to providing training in The Seven Challenges Program and an umbrella license to authorize the use of the Program, in an amount not to exceed $51,100 for period June 30, 2012 through June 30, 2013, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 11:34:06 AM - PDF Version)
Executed Amendment 1 ASR(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Seven Challenges Agreement(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Appropriation Modification No. 146(Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
ASR Agreement(A - Multiple Recommendations)
Amendment 1 ASR(Agreements and Amendments)
Seven Challenges Agreement(Agreements and Amendments)
Appropriation Modification No. 146(Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 67. Fiscal Year 2012 - 2013 (FY13) Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act (JJCPA) Grant

Consider recommendations relating to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act Grant.

 

Possible action:

  1. Adopt Resolution pertaining to the FY 2013 Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act Grant Application, affirming membership of the Santa Clara County Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council, and delegating authority to the Chief Probation Officer, or designee, to submit and/or sign the County of Santa Clara FY 2013 Application for Approval for the County's Comprehensive Multi-agency Juvenile Justice Plan and related contracts, amendments, or extensions with the State of California. (Roll Call Vote)

 

  1. Introduction and preliminary adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12.88 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12 relating to the compensation of employees adding two Deputy Probation Officer III or Deputy Probation Officer II or Deputy Probation Officer I positions, one Management Analyst or Associate Management Analyst B or Associate Management Analyst A position, one Information Systems Analyst II or Information Systems Analyst I position, one unclassified Deputy Probation Officer III or Deputy Probation Officer II or Deputy Probation Officer I position, and one unclassified Associate Management Analyst A or Management Aide position in the Probation Department. Unclassified positions will expire June 30, 2013. (Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt)  

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 12:01:07 PM - PDF Version)
Salary Ordinance Amendment No. NS-5.12.88(Ordinances)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-325(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
JJCPA FY13 Resolution(Resolution)
* 68. Fiscal Year 2012-2013 (FY13) Juvenile Accountability Block Grant (JABG)

Adopt Resolution affirming membership of the Santa Clara County Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council and delegating authority to the Chief Probation Officer, or designee, to submit Santa Clara County's Grant Application to the State Corrections Standards Authority (CSA) for Fiscal Year 2013, and sign the Grant Agreement with the CSA, including any Amendments thereof through June 30, 2013. (Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 11:35:38 AM - PDF Version)
FY13 City of San Jose Grant Waiver(Finance)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-326(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
JABG FY13 Resolution(Resolution)
* 69. Domestic Cannabis Eradication Suppression Program Grant

Consider recommendations relating to Domestic Cannabis Eradication Suppression Program Grant.

Possible action:

  1. Accept grant from the United States Drug Enforcement Administration in the amount of $150,000 for the Domestic Cannabis Eradication Suppression Program.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 173 - $150,000 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Office of the Sheriff budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 9:39:49 AM - PDF Version)
Attachment A - Appropriation Modification (F-85)(Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
Attachment A(Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 70. Agreement with the State of California Department of Public Health

Consider recommendations relating to submission of violent death data.

 

Possible action:

  1. Approve Agreement with State of California Department of Public Health relating to the submission of violent death data, in an amount not to exceed $14,000 for period March 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No.176 - $14,000 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Office of the Medical Examiner-Coroner budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 9:38:47 AM - PDF Version)
Executed F-85 No. 176(Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
PENDING: Executed Agreement with CDPH(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Attachment A (Appropriation Modification (F-85))
Attachment B (Agreements and Amendments)
* 71. Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement Team Program Grant.

Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 175 - $5,174 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Office of the Sheriff budget relating to the Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement Team Program Grant. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 10:37:35 AM - PDF Version)
Executed Attachment A (Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
Attachment A (Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 72. California Multi-jurisdictional Methamphetamine Enforcement (Cal-MMET) Program Grant.

Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 174 - $4,431 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Office of the Sheriff budget relating to the California Multi-jurisdictional Methamphetamine Enforcement Program Grant. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 10:40:15 AM - PDF Version)
Executed Attachment A (Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
Attachment A (Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 73. County of Santa Clara Quarterly Investment Review as of March 31, 2012

Accept and authorize filing of Detailed Investment Portfolio Listing for period ending March 31, 2012.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 4:53:19 PM - PDF Version)
Investment Review and Strategy(Finance)
Attachment A: Commingled Pool and Segregated Investments(Finance)
Attachment B: Asset Allocation and Maturity Distribution(Finance)
Attachment C1: Retiree Health Fund Detail(Finance)
Attachment C2: Retiree Health Fund Performance(Finance)
Attachment D: Performance Graph(Finance)
Investment Portfolio Holdings(Finance)
Investment Purchases Report(Finance)
AuditorsReport_Cash & Investments_05.08.12(Finance)
* 75. Loans from the County Treasury Commingled Pool to Redevelopment Successor Agencies Pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 34183(c)

Adopt Resolution authorizing the Director, Finance Agency, to make temporary loans from the County Treasury Commingled Pool to each of the nine Redevelopment Successor Agencies. (Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 3:20:19 PM - PDF Version)
ADOPTED RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF FINANCE TO MAKE TEMPORARY LOANS TO SUCCESSOR AGENCIES FROM THE TREASURY COMMINGLED POOL(Resoluti
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF FINANCE TO MAKE TEMPORARY LOANS TO SUCCESSOR AGENCIES FROM THE TREASURY COMMINGLED POOL(Resolution)
* 76. Contract Amendment with Data Ticket, Inc. - Parking Citation Printing Department of Revenue (DOR)

Consider recommendations relating to Countywide parking services.

 

Possible action:

  1. Approve Amendment to Agreement with Data Ticket, Inc., increasing the annual contracted amount by $35,000 to an amount not to exceed $185,000 per year for the period of July 1, 2011, through June 30, 2014, with an option to renew for two additional years, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 177 - $50,000 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Department of Revenue budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 12:22:55 PM - PDF Version)
Parking Data Ticket Contract 1st Amend FY12-2012.May.22(Agreements and Amendments)
Parking Data Ticket Contract 1st Amend FY12-2012.May.22.F85(Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 77. ###

Resolutions, Commendations, and Memorials. (Roll Call Vote) (standing item) (See Item No. 6)

  1. Adopt Resolution proclaiming the month of May 2012 as "Foster Care Month" in Santa Clara County. (Social Services Agency)

 

  1. Adopt Resolution commending El Camino Hospital District for its dedication to the health of the people of Santa Clara County and the partnership it has undertaken to make the most cost-effective, direct use of its funds to benefit the health of our community. (Kniss)

 

  1. Adopt Resolution proclaiming May 19-25, 2012 as "National Safe Boating Week" in Santa Clara County. (President)

 

  1. Adopt Resolution proclaiming May 19-26, 2012 as "Affordable Housing Week" in Santa Clara County. (President)

 

  1. Adopt Resolution commending Marian Wright Edelman of the Children's Defense Fund in appreciation of her support for children all over the world. (President)

 

  1. Adopt Resolutions commending Jill and Boyd Smith, Kenneth Sletten, Phyllis Moldaw, Jean Coblentz, and Bill Floyd as they receive the 2012 Avenidas Lifetime of Achievement Award, and for their valuable contributions toward making a positive difference in the community. (Kniss)

 

  1. Adopt Resolution proclaiming May 20-26, 2012 as "National Public Works Week" in Santa Clara County. (Roads and Airports Department)

 

  1. Adopt Resolution commending Glider Elementary School as a recipient of the 2012 Department of  Education Distinguished School Award. (Wasserman)

 

  1. Ratify Resolution, presented on May 10, 2012, commending Dr. Allen Calvin for passion and commitment in the area of civil rights. (Cortese)

 

  1. Adopt Resolution commending Lieutenant Steven Petrakovitz for his outstanding contribution to the community and heartfelt service to the residents of Santa Clara County. (Cortese)

 

  1. Ratify Resolution proclaiming May 15, 2012 as "Palestinian Cultural Day" in Santa Clara County. (Cortese)

 

  1. Ratify Resolution, presented on May 12, 2012, commending Synaptics for its generosity in hosting a fundraising event to support veterans and their families. (Cortese)

 

  1. Ratify Resolution, presented on May 17, 2012 honoring Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN) on its 14th Anniversary. (Cortese)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 4:18:56 PM - PDF Version)
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Supp. Info. 1 - Transmittal - Vasconcellos(Miscellaneous)
(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 4:18:56 PM - PDF Version)
Supp. Info. 3 - Transmittal-Farber(Miscellaneous)
(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 4:18:56 PM - PDF Version)
Supp. Info. 5 - Transmittal-Reid(Miscellaneous)
(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 4:18:56 PM - PDF Version)
(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 4:18:56 PM - PDF Version)
Supp. Info. 7 - Transmittal-Nguyen(Miscellaneous)
(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 4:18:56 PM - PDF Version)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-343 (Palestenian Cultural Day)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-346 (Vasconcellos)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-347 (Farber)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-348 (Reid)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-349 (Nguyen)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-329 (Foster Care Month)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-330 (El Camino Hospital District)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-331 (Safe Boating Week)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-332 (Affordable Housing Week)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-333 (Marian Wright Edelman)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-334 (Smith)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-335 (Sletten)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-336 (Moldaw)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-337 (Coblentz)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-338 (Floyd)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-339 (Public Works Week)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-340 (Glider Elementary)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-341 (Calvin)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-342 (Petrakovitz)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-344 (Synaptics)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed Resolution No. 2012-345 (SIREN)(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Annual Foster, Kinship, and Adoptive Parent Association Report 2012(Miscellaneous)
El Camino Hospital(Resolution)
National Safe Boating Week Resolution(Resolution)
Affordable Housing Week Resolution(Resolution)
Marian Wright Edelman Resolution(Resolution)
Smith(Resolution)
Sletten(Resolution)
Moldaw(Resolution)
Coblentz(Resolution)
Floyd(Resolution)
Resolution proclaiming May 20-26 as "National Public Works Week" in Santa Clara County(Resolution)
Resolution for Glider Elementary(Resolution)
Supp. Info. 2 - Additional Resolutions(Miscellaneous)
Resolution for Dr. Calvin(A - Multiple Recommendations)
Supp. Info. 4 - Resolution-Farber(Resolution)
Steven Petrakovitz(Resolution)
Supp. Info. 6 - Resolution-Reid(Resolution)
Resolution for Synaptics(Resolution)
Supp. Info. 9 - Resolution-Nguyen(Resolution)
Resolution for Siren(Resolution)
* 78. Transfer of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds for the Town of Los Gatos.

Approve request from the Town of Los Gatos to transfer the balance of previously allocated Community Development Block Grant funds in the amount of $92,976 from the Pageant Park Path Project (LG-11-41) to the Live Oak Park Project (LG-12-41).

(Transmittal submitted on May 8, 2012 5:00:57 PM - PDF Version)
Los Gatos CDBG Transfer Request(Miscellaneous)
Los Gatos Transfer Control Record(Finance)
Los Gatos Resolution for CDBG Projects(Resolution)
* 79. Authorize the Department of Planning and Development to Revise the Funding Parameters of the Stanford Affordable Housing Fund and Release a Notice of Funding Availability on May 22, 2012.

Consider recommendations relating to the funding parameters of the Stanford Affordable Housing Fund (Stanford AHF) and release of a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) on May 22, 2012.

 

Possible action:

  1. Approve revision of funding parameters to allow for funding priority to be given to those proposed affordable rental developments located within the County of Santa Clara.

 

  1. Approve revision of funding parameters to allow for funding only extremely low income units.

 

  1. Authorize the release of a NOFA for the Stanford AHF,in the amount of $8,967,591.

 

  1. Approve revision of funding parameters for the Stanford AHF to allow priority to be given to projects that set aside units for the County's special populations-extremely low income seniors, the homeless and chronically homeless individuals and families, at-risk youth, and persons with disabling conditions.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 14, 2012 4:25:38 PM - PDF Version)
Stanford AHF NOFA(Miscellaneous)
* 80. Vessel Inspection Program - Contract Amendment

Consider recommendations relating to the Department of Parks and Recreation Vessel Inspection Program.  

Possible action:

  1. Approve Fourth Amendment to Agreement with Quagga Inspection Services, LLC relating to providing vessel inspection services at five County reservoirs, in an amount not to exceed $590,000 for period July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012, and $590,000 for period July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 167 - $40,000 transferring funds within the Department of Parks and Recreation budget. (Roll Call Vote)

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 7, 2012 8:30:39 AM - PDF Version)
Executed 4th Amendment - QIS Contract(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed F-85 No. 167(Appropriation Modification (F-85)) (Minutes Attachment)
Amendment # 4 - QIS Contract(Agreements and Amendments)
Budget Modification(Appropriation Modification (F-85))
* 81. Reports on Bids and Construction Contract Award for Scour Countermeasures at Group I Bridges - Carnadero Creek Bridge at Bloomfield Avenue in Gilroy (Bridge No. 37C0103), Federal Project Number BHLO-5937(139); Furlong Creek Bridge at Frazier Lake Road in Gilroy (Bridge No. 37C0534), Federal Project Number BHLO-5937(140); and Pacheco Creek Bridge at Walnut Avenue in Hollister (Bridge No. 37C0581), Federal Project Number BHLO-5937(141)

Accept Report on Bids for Scour Countermeasures at Group I Bridges -

Carnadero Creek Bridge at Bloomfield Avenue in Gilroy (Bridge No. 37C0103),

Federal Project No. BHLO-5937(139); Furlong Creek Bridge at Frazier Lake

Road in Gilroy (Bridge No. 37C0534), Federal Project Nuo. BHLO-5937(140);

and Pacheco Creek Bridge at Walnut Avenue in Hollister (Bridge No. 37C0581),

Federal Project No. BHLO-5937(141).

 

Possible action:

  1. Award contract to Granite Rock Company DBA Pavex Construction Division, in the amount of $485,857 which includes an Supplemental Work Allowance (SWA) in accordance with the Contract Documents, and a construction time of 90 working days.

 

  1. Authorize the Director, Roads and Airports Department, to issue Change Orders against the SWA and to approve modifications to the construction time.

 

  1. Ratify Addendum No. 1, which modified the Bid Documents to incorporate updated Federal Minimum Wage Rates and minor changes to the specifications.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 7:47:18 AM - PDF Version)
Project Location(Construction Documents)
Addendum No. 1(Construction Documents)
Executed Agreement and Workers' Comp Certificate(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Compliant Bonds and Insurance(Construction Documents) (Minutes Attachment)
* 82. Reports on Bids and Contract Award for Felter Road Metal Beam Guardrail and Traffic Control Device Improvements (Federal Project HRRRL-5937(129))

Accept Report on Bids for the construction of Felter Road Metal Beam Guardrail and Traffic Control Devices Improvements project (Federal Project No. HRRRL-5937(129)).

Possible action:

  1. Award contract to Central Fence Company, in the amount of $273,991 which includes a Supplemental Work Allowance (SWA) in accordance with the Contract Documents, and a construction time of 50 working days.

 

  1. Authorize the Director, Roads and Airports Department, to issue Change Orders against the SWA and to approve modifications to the construction time.

 

  1. Ratify Addendum No. 1, which modified the Bid Documents to incorporate updated prevailing wage rates, contractor license requirements, and bid schedule.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 3:10:01 PM - PDF Version)
Felter Rd Location Map(Construction Documents)
Addendum No. 1 - Felter Rd MBGR and Traffic Control Devices Improvements(Construction Documents)
Executed Agreement and Workers' Comp Certificate(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Compliant Insurance and Bonds(Construction Documents) (Minutes Attachment)
* 83. Amendments to Professional Engineering Service Agreements with TRC Engineers, Inc. and Drake Haglan and Associates, Inc.

Consider recommendations relating to Amendments to Professional Engineering Service Agreements with TRC Engineers, Inc., and Drake Haglan and Associates, Inc.

Possible action:

  1. Approve First Amendment to Professional Services Agreement (PSA) with TRC Engineers, Inc., to provide additional services relating to environmental and geotechnical studies for the Replacement of Alamitos Creek Bridge on Alamitos Road (Bridge No. 37C0159) (Federal Project No. STPLZ-5937(058), increasing compensation by $100,000 from $600,000 to an amount not to exceed $700,000, and extending the term from December 31, 2012 to December 31, 2014, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Authorize the Director, Roads and Airports Department, to be the Owner's Authorized Representative (OAR) to amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to the PSA, including issuance of Project Agreements for services during the term of the PSA, and increase the maximum compensation limit (MCL) by up to $50,000, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive. Delegation of authority shall expire on December 31, 2014.

 

  1. Approve First Amendment to PSA with Drake Haglan and Associates, Inc., to provide additional services relating to design for the Rehabilitation of Loyola Overcrossing at Foothill Expressway (Bridge No. 37C0117) (Federal Project No. BHLO-5937(174), increasing compensation by $50,000 from $400,000 to an amount not to exceed $450,000, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

  1. Authorize the Director, Roads and Airports Department, to be the OAR to amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to the PSA, including issuance of Project Agreements for services during the term of the PSA, and increase the MCL by up to $50,000, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive. Delegation of authority shall expire on December 31, 2014.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 3:25:05 PM - PDF Version)
Original Agreement with TRC Engineers, Inc.(Agreements and Amendments)
Original Agreement with Drake Haglan and Associates(Agreements and Amendments)
Executed 1st Amendment with TRC Engineers(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Executed 1st Amendment with Drake Haglan(Agreements and Amendments) (Minutes Attachment)
Cover Letters(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
First Amendment to Agreement with TRC Engineers, Inc.(Agreements and Amendments)
First Amendment to Agreement with Drake Haglan and Associates(Agreements and Amendments)
* 84. First Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with Prodis Associates

Approve First Amendment to Agreement with Prodis Associates relating to providing professional architecture and engineering services, increasing amount from $500,000 to $1,000,000, and extending the term from June 14, 2012 to June 14, 2014, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 9:29:11 AM - PDF Version)
Prodis Associates First Amendment to PSA(Agreements and Amendments)
Prodis Agreement(Agreements and Amendments)
* 85. Acceptance of Work and Notice of Completion of Contract 10-10 for Hazardous Materials Abatement and Demolition of the San Jose Medical Center

Accept Project as complete and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute Notice of Completion of Contract and Acceptance of Work on Contract 10-10, Hazardous Materials Abatement and Demolition of the San Jose Medical Center, Project No. 263-CP10017 - Cleveland Wrecking Company.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 10:27:03 AM - PDF Version)
Contractor's Release Under Contract(Construction Documents)
Warranty/Guarantee Form(Construction Documents)
Executed Notice of Completion(Construction Documents) (Minutes Attachment)
Notice of Completion Letter(Construction Documents) (Minutes Attachment)
PENDING: Recorded Notice of Completion(Construction Documents) (Minutes Attachment)
Notice of Completion of Contract and Acceptance of Work(Construction Documents)
* 86. Fuel Cell and Solar Photovoltaic Power Purchase Agreement

Approve delegation of authority to the Director, Facilities and Fleet Department, or designee, to negotiate, execute, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to a 20-year term Power Purchase Agreement with Bloom Energy and project financier, Alternative Energy Development Group, to provide fuel cell generated electricity, in an amount not to exceed $0.093 per kilowatt-hour plus a 5.3 percent average annual escalation rate and solar photovoltaic-generated electricity, in an amount not to exceed $0.147 per kilowatt-hour plus a four percent average annual escalation rate, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality, and approval by the Office of the County Executive. Delegation of authority shall expire on October 31, 2033.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 2:02:46 PM - PDF Version)
Attachment 2 - Fuel Cell RFP Project Sites(Miscellaneous)
Attachment 3 - Fuel Cell RFP List of Proposers(Miscellaneous)
* 87. Service Agreement with retired employee Virgina Hamley

Approve Agreement with retired employee, Virginia Hamley, relating to providing expert assistance, in an amount not to exceed $187,200 for period July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2015, with an option to renew for two additional years, which has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

(Transmittal submitted on May 15, 2012 10:20:00 AM - PDF Version)
Hamley Service Agreement May 2012(Agreements and Amendments)
* 88. Vector Control District Benefit Assessment Levy

Consider recommendations relating to Santa Clara County Vector Control District Benefit Assessment.

 

Possible action:

  1. Approve the Preliminary Engineer's Report dated April 2012 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2013.

 

  1. Adopt Resolution of Intention to levy assessments for FY 2013, preliminarily approve the Engineer's Report, and provide for notice of hearing for the Santa Clara County Vector Control District Mosquito, Vector, and Disease Control Assessment. (Roll Call Vote)

 

  1. Authorize Clerk of the Board to set a public hearing to be held on Tuesday, June 5, 2012, no earlier than 9:30 a.m., to consider proposed continuation of the assessment.

 

(Transmittal submitted on May 10, 2012 10:44:28 AM - PDF Version)
Attachment 2 - Notice of Public Hearing (Hearings General)
Executed Resolution with Preliminary Engineer's Report(Resolution) (Minutes Attachment)
Publication Information(Miscellaneous) (Minutes Attachment)
Attachment 1 - Resolution & Engineer's Report (Resolution)
* 89. ###

Consider recommendations relating to County Sanitation District No. 2-3.

Possible action:

  1. Accept Monthly Financial Report from County Sanitation District No. 2-3 for period ending April 30, 2012 and authorize payment of bills in an amount not to exceed $120,809.96.

 

  1. Direct the Clerk of the Board to schedule hearing on June 19, 2012, no earlier than 9:30 a.m., to consider Sewer Services Charges to be collected on the County Tax Roll for Fiscal Year 2012-13.

 

Memorandum from Finance Agency(Sanitation District 2-3)
Transmittal for Financial Report(Sanitation District 2-3)
Monthly Financial Report(Sanitation District 2-3)
Transmittal for Hearing(Sanitation District 2-3)
Executed Warrants Payable(Sanitation District 2-3) (Minutes Attachment)
Publication Information(Sanitation District 2-3) (Minutes Attachment)
Warrants Payable(Sanitation District 2-3)
* 90. ###

Final Adoption of Ordinance No. NS-1004.139 amending Division B12, Chapter III, Article 3 of the Santa Clara County Ordinance Code relating to parking regulations on County property.  (Roll Call Vote)

 

Revised Ordinance No. NS-1004.139(Ordinances) (Minutes Attachment)
Supp. Info 1 - Request to Hold Memo(Miscellaneous)
* 91. ###

Final Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12.85 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12 relating to the compensation of employees adding Footnotes relating to extra compensation for various shift assignments and amending the Salary Schedule to add the Temporary Staff Physician and Temporary Staff Physician-Board Certified and related footnotes to be implemented retroactive to April 1, 2012.  (Roll Call Vote)

 

Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12.85 (Ordinances) (Minutes Attachment)
* 92. ###

Final Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12.83 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.12 relating to the compensation of employees adding one County Information Technology (IT) Project Portfolio Manager position in the Information Services Department; and, amending the Salary Schedule to add the County IT Project Portfolio Manager classification and delete the Business Consulting and Project Services Manager classification. (Roll Call Vote)

 

Executed NS-5.12.83(Ordinances) (Minutes Attachment)
NS-5.12.83(Ordinances) (Agenda Attachment)