Board of Supervisors
Regular Meeting
8/21/2012 9:00 AM
Board of Supervisors' Chambers
County Government Center   70 West Hedding Street, 1st floor   San Jose, CA 95110
Opening
1. Roll Call.
2. Pledge of Allegiance.
Public Issues
3. Public Comment.
4. Approve consent calendar and changes to the Board of Supervisors' Agenda.
Ceremonial Presentations
5. Ceremonial Presentation (See Item No. 55)
a. Present Resolution proclaiming August 21- 26, 2012 as "Freedom Week" in Santa Clara County. (President)
b. Present Resolution commending White Leaf, USA for its commitment to corporate social responsibility and its demonstrated commitment to the community and education. (President)
c. Present Resolution commending Christine Burroughs for her tireless efforts to bring change to people's lives, allowing them to participate more fully in our community and treating all with dignity and respect. (Kniss)
d. Present Resolution commending Sparky Harlan for her dedication to vulnerable youth and her efforts to ensure that these youth receive the critical support that they need to become self-sufficient and emotionally healthy adults. (Cortese)
Time Certain - To Be Heard No Earlier Than 9:30 a.m.
6. Housing Authority Financing Revenue Bonds Hearing
Board of Supervisors and Board Appointees
7. Accept report from County Executive.
8. Accept report from County Counsel on legal issues and closed session meeting of August 20, 2012.
Regular Agenda - Items for Discussion
9. Consider recommendations relating to the Medical Health Benefit Plan. (Employee Services Agency)
Possible action:
a. Approve proposed Guiding Principles for the Medical Health Benefit Plan Request for Proposals (RFP) process reviewed by the Finance and Government Operations Committee on February 9, 2012.
b. Approve proposed timeline for the next RFP process for the HealthNet Point of Service (POS) Plan or other benefit plan options or alternatives depending on feedback from bargaining group discussions and direction from the Board.
c. Accept staff recommendation on the use of a benefit consultant in lieu of a broker to assist with the negotiations for the next plan renewal with Kaiser for the 2013-2014 plan year.
10. Consider recommendations relating to Agreements for Safe Summer Activities. (Probation Department)Supplemental Information
Possible action:
a. Approve Agreement with City of Santa Clara Parks and Recreation Department relating to providing Safe Summer Activities to youth in an amount not to exceed $26,462 for period July 15, 2012 through October 31, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Approve Agreement with City of Gilroy Recreation Department relating to providing Safe Summer Activities to youth in an amount not to exceed $20,000 for period July 15, 2012 through October 31, 201,2 that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
c. Approve Agreement with City of Mountain View Police Department relating to providing Safe Summer Activities to youth in an amount not to exceed $20,000 for period July 15, 2012 through October 31, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. City of Gilroy
b. City of Mountain View
c. City of Santa Clara Agreement
d. Supp Info 1 - Correspondence from the Youth Task ForceSupplemental Information
11. Accept report relating to anticipated Requests for Proposals (RFPs). (Office of the County Executive)
a. Report for Board 20120821 - final
12. Consider recommendations relating to changes in winery regulations, and consider request for policy direction.Supplemental Information
Possible action:
a. Accept report relating to policy recommendations regarding winery regulations.
b. Provide policy direction to Administration regarding revisions to winery regulations, and more particularly on special events and outdoor amplified music.
c. Direct Administration to prepare an ordinance that incorporates the Board's policy direction, and to prepare environmental documentation as required by the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
d. Direct Administration to report back to the Board of Supervisors if the CEQA environmental documentation (Initial Study) determines that the proposed ordinance revisions would necessitate an Environmental Impact Report.
a. Attachment 1: Recommendations Matrix
b. Attachment 2: Summary of Existing Wineries Provisions
c. Attachment 3: Discussion on Special Events
d. Attachment 4: Discussion on Outdoor Amplified Music
e. Attachment 5: County Noise Ordinance
f. Attachment 6: Project Timeline
g. Attachment 7: Locations of Santa Clara County Wineries and Lot Sizes
h. Supp Info 1 - Correspondence from Commitee for Green FoothillsSupplemental Information
i. Additional Correspondence received after August 21, 2012
j. Addtl Correspondence received at the meeting
k. Department of Planning and Development Powerpoint
l. Public Speaker Cards
13. Held from May 22, 2012 (Item No. 14): Declare intent to approve or deny 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, and refer to County Counsel for preparation of findings. 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) (Hearing closed on May 22, 2012) (Department of Planning and Development)Supplemental Information
a. Supp Info 1 - Correspondence from Supervisor CorteseSupplemental Information
b. Additional Correspondence received at the meeting
c. Public Speaker Card
d. Cover Letter
e. Correspondence received from appellant's counsel
14. Continued from June 5, 2012 (Item No. 15): Consider recommendations relating to Parkland Acquisition Plan: 2011 Update and 2012 Update. (Parks and Recreation Department)Supplemental Information
Possible action:
a. Accept the draft report relating to Parkland Acquisition Plan: 2011 Update and 2012 Update.
b. Accept the modifications to staff recommendations from the Housing, Land Use, Environment and Transportation Committee (HLUET) meeting on April 12, 2012.
c. Provide direction to staff on the provision of park services within the large unincorporated urban islands of the County.
a. Exhibit1: Acquisition Table
b. Exhibit2: -SupplementalComments
c. Exhibit3: KeyMaps
d. Exhibit4-PowerPoint
e. Correspondence from Friends of SCC Parks, Trails, and Open Space
f. Supp Info 1 - Additional Correspondence from Friends of SCC Parks, Trails, and Open SpaceSupplemental Information
g. Supp Info 2 - Correspondence from Committee for Green FoothillsSupplemental Information
h. Supp Info 3 - Correspondence received as of August 20, 2012, 8:00 AMSupplemental Information
i. Supp Info 4 - Correspondence received from Supervisor CorteseSupplemental Information
j. Public Speaker Cards
k. Additional Correspondence Received at the Meeting
l. Friends of SCC Parks, Trails, and Open Space Testimony
15. Consider recommendation relating to the Historic Context Statement for Santa Clara County.
a. Accept Historic Context Statement for the County of Santa Clara and forward the document to the Office of Historic Preservation and Northwest Information Center of the Historical Resources Information System for official record keeping purposes.
a. Santa Clara County Historic Context Statement
b. Cover Letter
16. Consider recommendations relating to Final Grand Jury Report on Community-Based Organizations: Partners in the Community. (Office of the County Executive)
a. Adopt response from Administration to Final Grand Jury Report relating to Community-Based Organizations: Partners in the Community; and, authorize the Board President and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to forward department response to Grand Jury report to the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court with approval that responses constitute the response of the Board of Supervisors, consistent with provisions of California Penal Code Section 933 (c).
a. Community Based Organizations: Partners in the Community Final Report
b. Cover letter Grand Jury
17. Consider recommendations relating to Final Grand Jury Report on County Updates the Look and Feel of Its Website Without Attention to Content. (Office of the County Executive)
a. Adopt response from Administration to Final Grand Jury Report relating to County Updates the Look and Feel of Its Website Without Attention to Content; and, authorize the Board President and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to forward department response to Grand Jury report to the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court with approval that responses constitute the response of the Board of Supervisors, consistent with provisions of California Penal Code Section 933 (c).
a. County Updates the Look and Feel of its Website Without Attention to Content Final Report
b. Cover letter Grand Jury
18. Consider recommendations relating to Final Grand Jury Report on How Santa Clara County Decides to Lease Property at Below Fair Market Rates. (Office of the County Executive)
a. Adopt response from Administration to Final Grand Jury Report relating to How Santa Clara County Decides to Lease Property at Below Fair Market Rates; and, Authorize the Board President and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to forward department response to Grand Jury report to the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court with approval that responses constitute the response of the Board of Supervisors, consistent with provisions of California Penal Code Section 933 (c).
a. How Santa Clara County Decides to Lease Property at Below Fair Market RatesFinal Report
b. Facilities and Fleet Response
c. Roads and Airports Response
d. Parks and Recration Response
e. Cover Letter Grand Jury
19. Consider recommendations relating to Final Grand Jury Report on Custody or Rehabilitation? The County's Approach to Women Inmates at Elmwood. (Office of the County Executive)
a. Adopt response from Administration to Final Grand Jury Report relating to Custody or Rehabilitation? The County's Approach to Women Inmates at Elmwood; and, Authorize the Board President and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to forward department response to Grand Jury report to the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court with approval that responses constitute the response of the Board of Supervisors, consistent with provisions of California Penal Code Section 933 (c).
a. Custody or Rehabilitation? The County's Approach to Women Inmates at Elmwood Final Report
b. Office of the Sheriff/Department of Correction Response
c. Cover letter Grand Jury
20. Consider recommendations relating to Final Grand Jury Report on An Analysis of Pension and Other Post Employment Benefits. (Office of the County Executive)
a. Adopt response from Administration to Final Grand Jury Report relating to An Analysis of Pension and Other Post Employment Benefits; and, Authorize the Board President and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to forward department response to Grand Jury report to the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court with approval that responses constitute the response of the Board of Supervisors, consistent with provisions of California Penal Code Section 933 (c).
a. An Analysis of Pension and Other Post Employment Benefits Final Report
b. Employee Services Agency Response
c. Cover letter Grand Jury
21. Consider recommendations relating to Final Grand Jury Report on Public Safety Realignment. (Office of the County Executive)
a. Adopt response from Administration to Final Grand Jury Report relating to Public Safety Realignment (AB 109); and, Authorize the Board President and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to forward department response to Final Grand Jury Report to the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court with approval that responses constitute the response of the Board of Supervisors, consistent with provisions of California Penal Code Section 933 (c).
a. Santa Clara County Civil Grand Jury: AB 109/117 Realignment Final Report
b. Cover letter Grand Jury
22. Consider items previously removed from the Consent Calendar.
Closing
23. Adjourn in Memoriam
a. Adjourn in honor and memory of Madeline Guglielmo.
b. Adjourn in honor and memory of Benjamin Franklin Gross.
c. Adjourn in honor and memory of U.S. Marine Capt. Matt Manoukian.
CONSENT CALENDAR - Items will be considered under Item No. 4. Items removed from the consent calendar will be considered at the end of the morning session regular agenda.
Social Services Agency
24. Approve Agreements with Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence (Next Door) and Community Solutions relating to providing assistance and expanding services to survivors of domestic violence and their children for the period of July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013, that have been approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Cal-EMA Agreement Community Solutions
b. Cal-EMA Agreement Next Door Solutions
Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System
27. Approve Second Amendment to Agreement with California Reimbursement Enterprises relating to providing Third Party Safety Net Recovery Services increasing the compensation limit from $1,500,000 to an amount not to exceed $2,250,000 through October 25, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. 2nd amendment
28. Ratify Second Amendment to Agreement with Health Net of California, Inc., relating to providing facility services for the period May 1, 2012 through August 31, 2012 that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Second Amendment to Health Net
29. Accept Report on Bids for Valley Health Center Bascom Sidewalk and Accessibility Project (Contract No. 12-19).
Possible action:
a. Award contract to Prudent Technologies, Inc., in the amount of $365,000 with a construction time of 90 calendar days.
b. Approve encumbrance of additional $55,000 as Supplemental Work Allowance (SWA) for a total encumbered amount of $420,000.
c. Authorize the Director, Santa Clara Valley Heath and Hospital System (SCVHHS) Facilities, or designee, to issue Change Orders, as necessary, against the SWA and to approve modifications to the construction time.
d. Ratify Addendum to Bid Document Nos. 1 and 2 which modified or clarified the Bid Documents in response to contractor questions.
a. Document 00100 - Notice to Bidders modified JUN 20 2012
b. Addendum 1 jul 13 2012
c. Addendum 2 July 16
d. Bid Results Sheet
e. Executed Agreement
30. Consider recommendations relating to Hospital Services Agreement between Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC) and Aetna Health Management, LLC (Aetna).
Possible action:
a. Ratify Eighth Amendment to the Hospital Services Agreement with Aetna for period July 1, 2012 through October 1, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Approve Ninth Amendment to the Hospital Services Agreement with Aetna for period October 1, 2012 through August 31, 2013, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Aetna Agreement- Effective 10-1-05
b. Aetna -Amendment 01- Effective 10-1-07
c. Aetna -Amendment 02- Effective 10-1-08
d. Aetna -Amendment 03- Effective 12-1-08
e. Aetna -Amendment 05- Effective 5-1-09
f. Aetna -Amendment 04- Effective 3-1-09
g. Aetna -Amendment 06- Effective 7-1-09
h. Aetna -Amendment 07- Effective 7-1-09
i. Aetna Hospital Services 8th Amendment eff 7-1-12
j. Aetna-Amednment 09
31. Consider recommendations relating to Custody Health Services.
a. Introduction and preliminary adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13.07 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13 relating to the compensation of employees deleting one Clinical Nurse III or Clinical Nurse II or Clinical Nurse I and one Manager Adult Custody Mental Health in Custody Health Services and adding one Administrative Nurse II and one Mental Health Division Manager in the Mental Heath Department. (Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt)
a. NS-5.13.07 CHS - Delete 1 Mgr ACMH and 1 Clin Nurse & Add 1 Admin Nurse II 1 MH Div Mgr
b. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 24 - $176, 031 decreasing expenses in the Custody Health Services budget and increasing expenses in the Mental Health Department budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)
a. F85 024 Custody MH Add Deletes T414M001
Department of Alcohol and Drug Services
32. Consider recommendations relating to Assembly Bill (AB) 109 Agreements with Community Based Organizations for substance use treatment and transitional housing unit services.
Possible action:
a. Ratify Agreements with Countywide Alcohol and Drug Services, Inc. (CADS, Inc.) in the amount of $588,522, Crossroads in the amount of $99,839, and Family and Children Services in the amount of $1,185,707, relating to providing substance use treatment and transitional housing unit services for period August 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Ratify Second Amendment with Family and Children Services relating to providing outpatient treatment services, increasing the maximum financial obligation from $80,000 to $100,000 and extending the term one additional month, for period October 15, 2011 through July 31, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Agreement with CADS, Inc. for AB 109
b. Agreement with Crossroads for AB 109
c. Agreement with Family and Children Services for AB 109
d. Second Amendment with Family and Children Services for AB 109
33. Approve Agreement with Project Ninety, Inc. relating to providing residential substance use treatment beds for homeless clients in an amount not to exceed $128,400 for period September 1, 2012 through August 31, 2013 that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Agreement with Project Ninety, Inc. for SAMHSA Treatment for Homeless Grant
34. Approve no-cost Memorandum of Understanding with East Side Union High School District relating to providing prevention curriculum training for period August 24, 2012 through June 30, 2013, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.Supplemental Information
a. Memorandum of Understanding with East Side Union High School District
b. Supp Info 1 - Correspondence from the Youth Task ForceSupplemental Information
c. MOU with East Side Union High School District
Employee Services Agency
35. Approve renewal of the current group long-term disability insurance benefit coverage for physicians with Mutual of Omaha as the insurance carrier for the policy, effective September 6, 2012 through November 22, 2015, with no change to the current premium rate of $1.31 per $100 of salary during the term of the policy, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Signed VPG LTD Amendment
36. Introduction and preliminary adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13.03 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13 relating to the compensation of employees deleting one Office Specialist III position and adding one Administrative Assistant position in Valley Medical Center. (Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt)
a. NS-5.13.03-VMC - OS III to Admin Asst
37. Introduction and preliminary adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13.08 amending Santa Clara County Ordinance No. NS-5.13 relating to the compensation of employees represented by the Santa Clara County Park Ranger's Association. (Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt)
a. NS-5.13.08 - PRA Increase 3%
Board of Supervisors
38. Accept the following meeting attendance reports:
a. Accept report from Supervisorial District One relating to meetings attended through August 14, 2012.
b. Accept report from Supervisorial District Two relating to meetings attended through August 21, 2012.
c. Accept report from Supervisorial District Three relating to meetings attended through August 15, 2012.
d. Accept report from Supervisorial District Four relating to meetings attended through August 15, 2012.
e. Accept report from Supervisorial District Five relating to meetings attended through August 15, 2012.
Finance and Government Operations Committee
39. Accept report from the Finance and Government Operations Committee relating to the meeting of August 8, 2012. (Yeager)
Committee Items
a. Approve Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Annual Review and FY 2013 Work Program of the Corporate Sponsorship, Marketing, and Advertising Program. (Office of the County Executive)
a. 2011-2012 Annual Review Narrative
b. SCC Corporate Sponsorhsip Marketing and Advertising 2011-2012 Annual Report
c. SCC Corporate Sponsorship Marketing and Advertising 2012-2013 Workplan
d. Supp. Info 1 - RESOLUTION 2012 Corporate Sponsorship Annual Review
e. Supp. Info 2 - Revised 2011-2012 Annual Review Narrative
b. BOS-2012-413 : Adopt Resolution relating to the Annual Review and Findings for Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 in conformance with Section 26110 of the California Government Code, and approve FY 2013 Work Plan. (Roll Call Vote) (Office of the County Executive)
a. RESOLUTION 2012 Corporate Sponsorship Annual Review
c. Consider recommendations from the Facilities and Fleet Department (FAF) on revenue-generating fleet service Agreements with inter-governmental agencies.
Possible Board action:
a. Approve delegation of authority to the Director, FAF, or designee, to negotiate, execute, amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to revenue-generating fleet services Agreements with inter-governmental agencies, in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 per Fiscal Year, 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 August 31, 2017.
b. Require projected and actual revenues from Agreements to be reported in the quarterly County Fleet report to the Finance and Government Operations Committee.
d. Introduction and preliminary 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 to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt)
a. Parking Ordinance -- Article 3 2012Rev07_09
b. Parking Admin Guidelines 2012_07_23
County Executive
40. Consider recommendations relating to Energy Upgrade California.
Possible action:
a. Approve Amendment to Agreement with Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) for additional funding to the County in the amount of $274,450 for marketing, workforce training, and other services in support of Energy Upgrade California for the remainder of the 2012 calendar year.
b. Approve Agreement for $240,000 with ICF International for marketing services using these PG&E funds.
c. Approve Appropriation Modification No. 9 - $274,450 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Office of the County Executive budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)
a. Amendment to PG&E Agreement
b. Agreement with ICF Inc.
c. F-85
41. Approve Agreement with Dewberry and Davis, LLC relating to providing services to design and conduct a series of emergency preparedness table top exercises in an amount not to exceed $92,000 for period August 21, 2012 through December 31, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Agreement for Catastrophic Emergency Planning Services
42. Approve Agreement with Prime Policy Group relating to providing federal advocacy services in an amount not to exceed $570,000 for period October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2015, with two one-year options to extend the Agreement, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Prime Policy Group Agreement
b. Supp Info 1 - Prime Policy Agreement Exhibits
Procurement Department
43. Approve First Amendment to the Locally Negotiated Agreement (LNA) with Nellcor Puritan Bennett LLC, doing business as Covidien (Codivien), relating to providing pulse oximetry products in an amount not to exceed $2,200,000 for period March 2, 2011 through April 30, 2015, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. First Amendment to LNA_Covidien
44. Approve Third Amendment to Agreement No. 5500001587 with WorkflowOne, LLC (WorkflowOne) relating to providing hospital business forms, supplies and related services in an amount not to exceed $6,784,591, for period April 1, 2007 through March 31, 2014, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. WorkFlowOne LLC Agreement
County Counsel
45. Approve the Conflict of Interest Code for Fremont Union High School District.
a. Summary of Amendments to Fremont Union High School District's Conflict of Interest Code
b. Fremont Union High School District Conflict of Interest Code
46. Approve the amended Exhibits to the County of Santa Clara's Conflict of Interest Code for the following departments/agencies:
a. County Library
b. Department of Agriculture and Environmental Management
c. Department of Alcohol and Drug Services
d. Facilities and Fleet Department
e. Finance Agency
f. Office of the Public Defender
g. Probation Department
a. County Library Exhibit A and B
b. Department of Agriculture and Environmental Management Exhibit A and B
c. Department of Alcohol and Drug Services Exhibit A and B
d. Facilities and Fleet Department Exhibit A and B
e. Finance Agency Exhibit A and B
f. Office of the Public Defender Exhibit A and B
g. Probation Department Exhibit A and B
Boards and Commissions
48. Announce appointments and reappointments by individual Board members to various Boards and Commissions (standing item):
a. Supervisor Cortese:
i. Appoints QueenAnn Cannon to the Senior Care Commission, seat number 12
ii. Appoints Nancy Smith to the Housing and Community Development Committee, seat number 3
iii. Appoints Terry Harman to the Domestic Violence Council, seat number 7
b. Supervisor Shirakawa:
i. Appoints Jana Colette-Lee Taylor to the Domestic Violence Council, seat number 11
ii. Reappoints Matthew Shelton to the Housing and Community Development Advisory Committee, seat number 2
c. Supervisor Yeager:
i. Appoints Lydia Guel to the Human Relations Commission, seat number 6
ii. Reappoints John Avery Palmer to the Advisory Commission for Persons with Disabilities, seat number 10
iii. Reappoints Narendra V. Pathak to the Council on Equal Employment Opportunities, seat number 15
49. Approve Board As-a-Whole appointments and reappointments to various Boards and Commissions (standing item):
a. Supervisor Wasserman nominates:
i. Tache Ludewig for appointment to the South Santa Clara County Fire District Board of Commissioners, seat number 2
b. Supervisor Shirakawa nominates:

              i.              Daniel Peddycord for appointment to the Santa Clara County Health Authority seat number 5

             

c. Supervisor Cortese nominates:
i. Stephen Reiss for appointment to the Assessment Appeals Board II, seat number 3
d. Supervisor Yeager nominates:
a. Timothy Arevalo for reappointment to the HIV Planning Council for Prevention and Care, seat number 11
50. Approve recommendations relating to resignations from Boards and Commissions.
Possible action:
a. Accept resignation of Janice Allen from the County of Santa Clara Moscow Sister-County Commission.
b. Accept resignation of Olga Chervyakova from the County of Santa Clara Moscow Sister-County Commission.
c. Accept resignation of RJ Castro from the Health Advisory Commission.
Law and Justice
52. Consider recommendations relating to Agreements for vocational and educational services.
Possible action:
a. Approve Second Amendment to Agreement with Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County (Catholic Charities) relating to providing vocational, educational, employment and support services, increasing the maximum compensation from $200,000 to $350,000, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Approve Second Amendment to Agreement with Center for Training and Careers relating to providing vocational, educational, employment and support services, increasing the maximum compensation from $200,000 to $350,000, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Catholic Charities Voc Services Agreement
b. Catholic Charities Voc Services Agreement Amend 1
c. CTC Voc Services Agreement
d. CTC Voc Services Agreement Amend 01
e. Catholic Charities Voc Services Agreement Amend 02
f. CTC Voc Services Agreement Amend 02
53. Approve Agreement with Big Valley Aviation, Inc., relating to providing helicopter maintenance services in an amount not to exceed $750,000 for period September 1, 2012 through September 1, 2015 with two possible one-year extensions, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Executed Big Valley Aviation Contract
Finance Agency
54. BOS-2012-414 : Adopt Resolution levying property taxes per Revenue and Taxation Code Section 93, and adopting tax rates or assessments authorized by Revenue and Taxation Code Sections 93 (a) and 100 (b) for the County of Santa Clara (the County) and for the various jurisdictions within the County for the Fiscal Year 2013. (Roll Call Vote)
a. Resolution No. BOS-2012-414
b. FY11-12 Secured Delinquency Rates
Resolutions, Commendations, and Memorials
55. Resolutions, Commendations, and Memorials (Standing Item) (See Item No. 5)Supplemental Information
a. Ratify Resolution commending Lance Sposito as he retires after 32 years of dedicated service to the County of Santa Clara. (Employee Services Agency)
a. Commendation for Lance Sposito
b. Adopt Resolution proclaiming August 21- 26, 2012 as "Freedom Week" in Santa Clara County. (President)
a. 20120809104508746
c. Adopt Resolution proclaiming September 2012 as "Childhood Cancer Awareness Month" in Santa Clara County. (President)
a. 20120809105318010
d. Adopt Resolution commending White Leaf, USA for its commitment to corporate social responsibility and its demonstrated commitment to the community and education. (President)
a. 20120809110215948
e. Adopt Resolution commending Christine Burroughs for her tireless efforts to bring change to people's lives, allowing them to participate more fully in our community and treating all with dignity and respect. (Kniss)
a. Supp Info 1 - Resolution.pdfSupplemental Information
f. Adopt Resolution commending The Committee For Green Foothills on the occasion of its 50th anniversary and for its tireless efforts to ensure the protection and preservation of open space in our community. (Kniss)
a. Supp Info 2 - ResolutionSupplemental Information
g. Adopt Resolution commending the Veterans Supportive Services Agency Inc., for its dedication to veterans by providing supportive services to veterans and their families. (Cortese)
a. Veterans Supportive Services Resolution
h. Adopt Resolution commending Sparky Harlan for her dedication to vulnerable youth and her efforts to ensure that these youth receive the critical support that they need to become self-sufficient and emotionally healthy adults. (Cortese)
a. Harlan Resolution
i. Adopt Resolutions commending Trisha Robbins, Larry Chain, Guadalupe Gutierrez, Joshua Heath, Anthony Cordiero, and Jesus Antonio Gamino for their dedication to their families and their vision of a new world in which each client and their family can live together without chemical dependency. (Cortese)
a. DDTC 8-21 meeting
b. Supp Info 3 - ResolutionSupplemental Information
c. Supp Info 4 - ResolutionSupplemental Information
d. Supp Info 5 - ResolutionSupplemental Information
e. Corrected Joshua Heath Resolution
j. Adopt Resolution commending Republic Services for its dedication to the environment and to the residents of Santa Clara County by providing a state of the art multi-stream recyclery to increase waste diversion and recycling rates. (Cortese)
a. Approved Republic Services Resolution
Department of Planning and Development Services
56. Consider recommendations relating to the distribution of a $100,000 grant from the Housing Bond Fund to the Housing Trust of Santa Clara County for homeless rental deposit assistance.
Possible action:
a. Authorize a grant of $100,000 from the Housing Bond Fund to the Housing Trust of Santa Clara County (HTSCC) for the Housing 1000 Homeless Deposit Assistance Program.
b. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 21- $100,000, transferring funds within the Office of Affordable Housing (OAH) Housing Bond Fund, relating to a grant to the HTSCC. (Roll Call Vote)
a. F85 Number 021 HTSCC
b. Executed F-85 No. 21
57. Approve request from the City of Los Altos to transfer the balance of previously allocated Community Development Block Grant funds in the amount of $52,148.63, from Project LA-10-41 (ADA Compliant Pedestrian Push Button Phase II), to Projects LA-11-41 (Rancho Pedestrian Sidewalk Improvements) and LA-12-41 (San Antonio Sidewalk Widening).
a. Los Atlos City Manager CDBG Transfer Letter
58. Ratify revenue generating Agreement with Monterey County relating to preparation of a draft Initial Study pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in an amount not to exceed $15,000 for period July 31, 2012 through December 31, 2012, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Contract with Monterey County
59. Approve Consent to Assign, Assume, and Modify Agreement and Assignment, Assumption and Modification Agreement for County HOME Loan Contract No. HO-10-03, from Senior Housing Solutions to Mas Milagros, LLC for the Cypress Group Residence.
a. Cypress Assignment and Assumption
b. Cypress Consent
Parks and Recreation Department
60. Accept Report on Bids for Paving Repair Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 (Contract No. 12-20).
Possible action:
a. Award contract to The Don Chapin Company, Inc., in the amount of $331,800 with a construction time of 60 calendar days.
b. Approve encumbrance of additional $33,180 as Supplemental Work Allowance (SWA) for a total encumbrance amount of $364,980.
c. Authorize Parks Administration to issue Change Orders, as necessary, against the SWA and to approve modifications to the construction time.
d. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 10-$241,000 transferring funds within the Department of Parks and Recreation Capital Improvement Program Budget. (Roll Call Vote)
a. F-85
b. Executed F-85 No. 10
c. Executed Agreement
61. Approve Agreement with Kaiser Foundation Hospital relating to providing grant funds for increased outreach to families to engage in healthy, recreational, and educational activities in an amount not to exceed $25,000 for period August 21, 2012 through July 31, 2013 that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. grant application package
b. grant acceptance package
c. Executed Grant Agreement
62. Approve First Amendment to Professional Services Agreement (PSA) with Environmental Planning Services (EPS) relating to biological assessment, cultural resources mitigation measures, permit application documentation and biological site inspection in an amount not to exceed $200,000 for period September 14, 2010 through September 14, 2012 and, if approved, will extend term of PSA for period September 14, 2010 through December 31, 2015, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. First Amendment
b. PSA 091410
c. PSA Transmittal 091410
d. Cover letter
63. Consider recommendations relating to a California Coastal Conservancy grant.
Possible action:
a. Accept Grant and approve Agreement with the California State Coastal Conservancy for grant funding in the amount of $169,000 for period September 1, 2012 through August 1, 2032, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 15 - $169,000 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Parks Department budget. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)
a. F85
b. Supp Info 1 - Agreement with State Coastal Conservancy
Roads and Airports Department
64. Accept Report on Bids for Job Order Contract (JOC) RAD-2012-01 (Contract No. 12-21).
Possible action:
a. Award contract to Mark Scott Construction Corporation, for the Award Criteria Figure of 0.9482 with a minimum contract amount of $50,000, a maximum contract amount of $1,000,000 and a maximum contract duration of one calendar year commencing on the 20th day following the Notice of Award.
b. Authorize the Director, Roads and Airports Department, or designee, to issue individual job orders and to approve change orders to job orders within the parameters specified in the contract.
c. Authorize the Director, Procurement Department, to accept individual job orders as complete and execute Notices of Completion.
d. Approve delegation of authority to Director, Roads and Airports Department, to approve and execute an Amendment to the JOC, increasing the maximum contract value by the sum of $500,000 and increasing the cumulative maximum contract value to $1,500,000, within the parameters specified in the Contract Documents, 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 August 21, 2013.
e. Ratify Addendum to Bid Document Nos. 1 and 2, which changed the date of the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference and bid opening date, and corrected the bid opening date on the Bidder's Bond form.
a. Addenda nos. 1 and 2
b. Executed Agreement
65. Consider recommendations relating to the San Antonio Valley Road Maintenance Yard Project.
Possible action:
a. Award contract to McFadden Construction, Inc., in the amount of $2,625,000, which includes an allowance for Supplemental Work in accordance with the Contract Documents, and a construction time of 300 calendar days.
b. Authorize the Director, Roads and Airports Department, to issue Change Orders against the allowance for Supplemental Work and to approve modifications to the construction time.
c. Ratify Addendum to Bid Documents No. 1, which clarified the technical specifications and incorporated a revised bid form.
d. Approve Fifth Lease Amendment with the Gehri Family Trust relating to the existing San Antonio Valley Road Maintenance Yard in an amount not to exceed $17,160 for the period September 1, 2012 through August 31, 2013, with a one-year renewal option, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
a. Addendum No. 1 to San Antonio Maintenance Yard Project
b. Site map of Gehri property
c. Aerial photograph of Gehri property
d. Original Lease with Gehri Family Trust and first 4 amendments
e. 5th Amendment to Lease with Gehri Family Trust
f. Executed Agreement
66. BOS-2012-415 : Adopt Resolution authorizing improvements to Montague Expressway and notice to City of San Jose for payment due under the North San Jose Litigation Settlement. (Roll Call Vote)
a. Resolution for MOntague Expressway
Facilities and Fleet
67. Consider recommendations relating to Elmwood Building 6186 HVAC Replacement (Project 263-CP11005)
Possible action:
a. Approve the Project, adopt plans and specifications, and authorize advertisement of Contract Documents for the Elmwood Building 6186 HVAC Replacement Project (Project No. 263-CP11005), located at 701 South Abel Street, Milpitas, and direct the Clerk of the Board to open bids on Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
b. Authorize the Director, Facilities and Fleet Department, or designee, to make minor modifications or adjustments and issue addenda to the contract documents as necessary to answer questions, correct information, and clarify information prior to the bid closing date.
c. Find that a particular material, product, or service should be designated by a specific brand or trade name in order to match other products in use on the subject project improvement; the list of sole-source products is stated in the Notice to Bidders.
a. 263-CP11005-Elmwood HVAC Replacement-Notice To Bidders
b. Publication Order
c. Proof of Publication
68. Consider recommendations relating to the Relocation Assessment Intake Center (RAIC) Relocation Project, Project No. 263-CP13007.
Possible action:
a. Ratify the establishment of Capital Project No. 263-CP13007, RAIC Relocation Project.
b. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 18 - $950,000 transferring funds within the Facilities and Fleet Department budget, relating to the RAIC Relocation Project. (Roll Call Vote)
a. F85 # 18 RAIC Replacement CP13007-950K
b. Executed F-85 No. 18
Central Fire Protection District
69. Consider recommendations relating to the award of a Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to the Santa Clara County Central Fire Protection District.
Possible action:
a. Formally accept the award of a Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 SAFER Grant in the amount of $3,524,670 from FEMA to fund the recruitment and hiring of 10 Firefighter/Engineers for a period of two years.
b. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 20 - $1,228,894 establishing estimated revenue and appropriations to fund the FY13 portion of the SAFER Grant. (Roll Call Vote)
a. F-85 SAFER Grant
b. Executed F-85 No. 20
Sanitation District No. 2-3
70. Accept Monthly Financial Report from County Sanitation District No. 2-3 for period ending July 31, 2012 and authorize payment of bills in an amount not to exceed $59,156.19.
a. Memo from Finance Agency
b. Transmittal.pdf
c. Warrants Payable.pdf
d. Financial Report.pdf
e. Executed Warrants Payable
Final Adoption of Ordinances
71. Final adoption of Master Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13 for Fiscal Year 2013. (Roll Call Vote)
a. Ordinance No. NS-5.13
72. Final adoption of Executive Management Salary Ordinance No. NS-20.13.02 amending Executive Management Salary Ordinance No. NS-20.13 relating to the compensation of employees adding one Agriculture Commissioner/Sealer in the Department of Agriculture and Environmental Management for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 (Roll Call Vote)
a. Salary Ordinance No. NS-20.13.02
73. Final adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13.02 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13 relating to the compensation of employees, deleting one vacant Account Clerk II position and adding one Accountant/Auditor-Appraiser or Accountant Assistant position in the Office of the District Attorney. (Roll Call Vote)
a. Ordinance No. 5.13.02
74. Final Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13.01 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.13 relating to the compensation of employees adding one Probation Peer Support Worker position in the Probation Department and amending the Salary Schedule to add the Probation Peer Support Worker classification. (Roll Call Vote)
a. Ordinance No. NS-5.13.01



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