Opening
1. Roll Call.
2. Pledge of Allegiance.
3. Invocation by Samina Sundas, Founding Executive Director of the American Muslim Voice Foundation. (Cortese)
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Adjournments in Memoriam
4. Announce Adjournments in Memoriam. (See Item No. 43)
a. Adjourn in honor and memory of Christopher Dawes. (Simitian)
documentCommendation/Proclamation Printout
b. Adjourn in honor and memory of Eddie "Poppy" Owen. (Wasserman/Cortese)
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c. Adjourn in honor and memory of Ernie Broglio. (Cortese)
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d. Adjourn in honor and memory of Stephen Romero. (Wasserman/Simitian)
documentCommendation/Proclamation Printout
e. Adjourn in honor and memory of Keyla Salazar. (Wasserman/Simitian)
documentCommendation/Proclamation Printout
f. Adjourn in honor and memory of Trevor Irby. (Wasserman/Simitian)
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Recess
5. Recess briefly to the James P. McEntee Sr. Plaza to raise flags to full staff.
Ceremonial Presentations
6. Commendations and Proclamations. (See Item No. 110)
a. Present Commendation for Bob Clement for working tirelessly to provide education to countless students and volunteers in service to the Friends of the Canada de los Osos Ecological Reserve. (Cortese)
b. Present Commendation for Henry Colleto for working tirelessly to provide education to countless students and volunteers in service to the Friends of the Canada de los Osos Ecological Reserve. (Cortese)
Public Issues
7. Public Comment.
a. Public Comment
8. Approve Consent Calendar and changes to the Board of Supervisors' Agenda.
a. Public Comment
Time Certain - To Be Heard No Earlier Than 10:00 a.m.
9. Public Hearing - Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982. (Finance Agency)
a. Public Hearing pursuant to the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 (TEFRA), Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, to consider proposed issuance of tax-exempt revenue bonds by the California Municipal Finance Authority (CMFA) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $300,000,000 for the purpose of financing projects statewide, including $26,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, installation, rehabilitation, improvement and/or equipping of solid waste disposal facilities located in the County of Santa Clara, California for the benefit of Waste Management, Inc.
i. Open public hearing and receive testimony.
ii. Close public hearing.
documentHearing Printout
a. TEFRA Notice of Public Hearing
b. Proof of Publication
b. BOS-2019-98 : Adopt Resolution approving a plan of finance for the issuance of the California Municipal Finance Authority Solid Waste Disposal Revenue Bonds (Waste Management, Inc. Project) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $300,000,000 for the purpose of financing projects statewide, including $26,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, installation, rehabilitation, improvement and/or equipping of solid waste disposal facilities located in the County of Santa Clara, California and certain other matters relating thereto. (Roll Call Vote)
documentResolution Printout
a. County Resolution
10. Public Hearing - Acquisition of Real Property for a public park. (Parks and Recreation)
a. Public Hearing to consider acquisition of real property for a public park purpose as part of Coyote Creek parkway Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan and Master Plan APN's 678-08-033, 678-08-036, 678-08-044, 678-08-047, 678-08-049, and 678-08-056, as part of an exchange with the City of San Jose.
Board Referrals
11. Approve referral to Administration to report to the Board with options for consideration relating to development of new Measure A housing on specific County-owned properties. (Chavez)
documentBoard Referral Printout
a. Public CommentsSupplemental Information
b. Public Comments 2
c. Public Comments 3
12. Approve referral to Administration and County Counsel to bring back to the September 10, 2019 Board of Supervisors meeting actions relating to enabling the Board to place a five-eighths of one cent retail transactions (sales) and use tax for Santa Clara County on the ballot. (Chavez)
documentBoard Referral Printout
a. Identifying and Reporting major Budget Threats
b. SB 703 Transactions and use taxes
c. CGF CommentLtr_BOS Agenda Item 12_081319
d. Public Comment
13. Approve referral to Administration to report to the Board on September 24, 2019 with a proposal for the development and implementation of a County of Santa Clara Pay Equity Strategic Plan using existing County expertise or identifying a need for outside expert assistance. (Chavez/Cortese)
documentBoard Referral Printout
14. Approve referral to County Counsel and Administration to return to the Board, through the Children Seniors and Families Committee, with options for implementing a basic income pilot program under which young people transitioning out of the foster care system would receive unconditional cash payments. (Cortese)
documentBoard Referral Printout
a. Public Comment
15. Approve referral to Administration to report to the Board with options for consideration relating to sponsoring the Asian Pacific American Leadership Institute (APALI) 22nd Benefit Gala and Alumni Reunion in the amount of $1,500. (Cortese)
documentBoard Referral Printout
16. Approve referral to Administration to report to the Board with options for consideration relating to sponsoring the Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN) 32-Year Anniversary Celebration event in the amount of $2,000. (Cortese)
documentBoard Referral Printout
17. Approve referral to County Counsel to report to the Board with options for consideration relating to a County ordinance regarding safe storage of firearms. (Cortese)
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18. Approve referral to Administration to report to the Board with options for consideration relating to taking a public position on Senate Bill 5 (Beall/McGuire). (Cortese)
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Board of Supervisors and Board Appointees
19. BOS-2019-109 : Consider recommendations relating to the County supporting federal passage of a comprehensive assault weapons ban, as well as gathering support from other local governments on this issue. (Simitian/Ellenberg)
Possible action:
a. Adopt Resolution Supporting Passage of a Federal Comprehensive Assault Weapons Ban. (Roll Call Vote)
b. Direct Administration to communicate the passage of this resolution to other local jurisdictions in Santa Clara County, urging them to formally adopt a similar position.
c. Direct Administration to distribute this resolution to all Santa Clara County representatives in the United States Senate and the House of Representatives.
a. Resolution PrintoutSupplemental Information
b. Resolution Supporting Passage of a Federal Comprehensive Assault Weapons BanSupplemental Information
c. Public Comment
20. Approve County sponsorship of Lowell Elementary School in the amount of $1,000 from the Supervisorial District Three Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget, to support the annual Assembly District 27 Beautify Our Local School event. (Cortese)
documentFiscal/Budget Item Printout
21. Receive report from County Executive.
a. Public Comment
22. Receive report from County Counsel on legal issues and closed session meeting of August 12, 2019.
Regular Agenda - Items for Discussion
23. Under advisement from May 9, 2017 (Item No. 13a): Receive report from the Office of Supportive Housing relating to the adopted policy for leveraging and aligning resources to assist in the long-term build out of the County Housing production plan. (Office of Supportive Housing)
documentReport Printout
a. Attachment A - Sources of Leverage Details
b. Attachment B Housing and Community Development NOFA Schedule
c. Attachment C - Low Income Housing Tax Credits Overview
24. Under advisement from November 29, 2018 (Item No. 14): Receive report from the Office of the County Executive and the Facilities and Fleet Department relating to County controls to prevent bid rigging in public works contracts. (Facilities and Fleet Department)
documentReport Printout
25. Under advisement from June 18, 2019 (Item No. 15): Receive report relating to options for consideration regarding adequate and immediate funding of the provision of services to sexual assault victims. (Office of the County Executive)
documentReport Printout
a. Public Comment
26. Under advisement from April 23, 2019 (Item No. 10): Consider recommendations relating to Assembly Bill 857, related to public banks. (Office of the County Executive)
Possible action:
a. Receive report from the Office of Intergovernmental Relations relating to Assembly Bill 857.
b. Approve a neutral position on Assembly Bill 857.
OR
c. Approve a support if amended position on Assembly Bill 857.
documentReport Printout
a. AB 857 Attachment A
b. AB 857 (Chiu and Santiago) Bill Language
c. Public Comment
27. Consider recommendations relating to the procurement of a new voting system. (Office of the County Executive)
Possible action:
a. Approve Agreement with Dominion Voting Systems, Inc., relating to providing a State-certified voting system in an amount not to exceed $16,145,660 for period August 13, 2019 through June 30, 2027, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. An exception to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.4.5.4, Length of Term of Contracts, has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management.
b. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 18 - $2,018,207 transferring funds within the Registrar of Voters budget, relating to procurement of a new voting system. (Roll Call Vote)
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. #18 - Transfer $2M from Reserve to Object 2 for Voting System Equipment
b. Dominion Agreement Final
c. Approval Request for a Beyond 5 Year Contract Term-Dominion
28. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 19 - $318,000 transferring funds from the General Fund Contingency Reserve to the Technology Services and Solutions Department budget relating to Phase 1 of the Direct Assessors Interface Project. (4/5 Roll Call Vote) (Office of the County Executive)
documentFiscal/Budget Item Printout
a. F85 19 TSS Project Rev
29. Under advisement from July 2, 2019 (Item No. 7): Receive report from the Social Services Agency relating to the County of Santa Clara addressing the programmatic Child Care Resource and Referral service needs of CalWORKs clients. (Social Services Agency)
documentReport Printout
30. Consider recommendations relating to various Community Health Clinic One-time Subsidy Contracts. (Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System)
Possible action:
a. Ratify agreement with Asian Americans for Community Involvement, Inc., for one-time operating supplement relating to participation in the County's Waiver-related programs in an amount not to exceed $400,000 for period June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. A single source exception to competitive procurement has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management pursuant to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.6.5.1(D)(2)(a).
b. Ratify agreement with Gardner Family Health Network, Inc., for one-time operating supplement relating to participation in the County's Waiver-related programs in an amount not to exceed $380,000 for period June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. A single source exception to competitive procurement has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management pursuant to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.6.5.1(D)(2)(a).
c. Ratify agreement with Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley, for one-time operating supplement relating to participation in the County's Waiver-related programs in an amount not to exceed $525,000 for period June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. A single source exception to competitive procurement has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management pursuant to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.6.5.1(D)(2)(a).
d. Ratify agreement with School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County, for one-time operating supplement relating to participation in the County's Waiver-related programs in an amount not to exceed $95,000 for period June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. A single source exception to competitive procurement has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management pursuant to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.6.5.1(D)(2)(a).
e. Ratify agreement with Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, for one-time operating supplement relating to participation in the County's Waiver-related programs in an amount not to exceed $351,000 for period June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. A single source exception to competitive procurement has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management pursuant to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.6.5.1(D)(2)(a).
f. Ratify agreement with East Valley Community Clinic, dba Mar Monte Community Clinic, for one-time operating supplement relating to participation in the County's Waiver-related programs in an amount not to exceed $196,000 for period June 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. A single source exception to competitive procurement has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management pursuant to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.6.5.1(D)(2)(a).
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. Agreement-AACI-One-time Subsidy
b. Agreement-GFHN-One-time Subsidy
c. Agreement-IHC-One-time Subsidy
d. Agreement-SHC-One-time Subsidy
e. Agreement-EVCC-One-time Subsidy
f. Agreement-PPMM-One-time Subsidy
g. SSJ-HHS-AACI-One-Time Subsidy - APPROVED
h. SSJ-HHS-GFHN-One-Time Subsidy - APPROVED
i. SSJ-HHS-IHC-One-Time Subsidy - APPROVED
j. SSJ-HHS-SHC-One-Time Subsidy - APPROVED
k. SIN-HHS-EVCC (Subsidy) - APPROVED
l. SIN-HHS-PPMM (Subsidy) - APPROVED
31. Held from June 18, 2019 (Item No. 28): Approve Agreement with San Jose State University Research Foundation relating to providing scholarship administration and monitoring services in an amount not to exceed $300,000 for period August 13, 2019 through June 30, 2021, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. A sole source exception to competitive procurement has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management pursuant to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.6.5.1(D)(2)(a). (Mental Health Services, Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System)
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a. Sole Source - SJSURF- APPROVED
b. SJSU Scholarship Program June 2019 - BOS_
c. FY20-21 SJSURF SA- for BOS
32. Adoption of Ordinance No. NS-300.937 adding Division B39 of the Santa Clara County Ordinance Code relating to use of the Official Seals of the County of Santa Clara and of the Board of Supervisors.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

documentOrdinance Printout
a. Ordinance NS-300.937 relating to Use of Official Seals (revised for 08/13/19 Board meeting)
33. Adoption of Ordinance No. NS-300.928 amending Sections A36-1, A36-3, and A36-8 of Division A36 of the Santa Clara County Ordinance Code relating to Commercial Marketing on County Property. (County Counsel)

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

documentOrdinance Printout
a. Ordinance NS-300.928 relating to Commercial Marketing on County Property
b. Redlined Ordinance NS-300.928 relating to Commercial Marketing on County Property
34. BOS-2019-112 : Held from August 13, 2019 (Item No. 34): Consider recommendations relating to a Donation and Sponsorship Policy for County Agencies/Departments and Board of Supervisors. (Office of the County Executive)
Possible action:
a. Receive report relating to County Donation and Sponsorship Policy.
b. Adopt Board Policy Resolution adding Board of Supervisors' Policy Manual section 3.68 relating to County Donation and Sponsorship and rescinding Resolution BOS-2013-4, and direct the Clerk of the Board to include Policy in Board of Supervisors' Policy Manual. (Roll Call Vote)
documentResolution Printout
a. Resolution Adding Board Policy 3.68
35. Held from August 13, 2019 (Item No. 35): Approve Surveillance Technology Use Policies for existing surveillance technologies, that have been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. (Office of the County Executive)
a. Office of the Assessor - Video Cameras in the Assessor's Office
b. Office of the County Executive Office of Emergency Services - Situational Awareness Tools
c. Probation Department - Electronic Monitoring Program Devices
d. Procurement Department - Audio Recorders
e. Registrar of Voters - Security Cameras
f. Roads and Airports Department - Airport Noise and Operations Monitoring System
g. Roads and Airports Department - Facility Security Camera Systems
h. Social Services Agency - Telephonic and Voice Recording Equipment
i. Social Services Agency - Video Security Cameras
documentReport Printout
a. Office of the Assessor - Video Cameras in the Assessor's Office Surveillance Use Policy
b. Office of the Assessor - Video Cameras in the Assessor's Office Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
c. Office of the County Executive Office of Emergency Services - Situational Awareness Tools Surveillance Use Policy
d. Office of the County Executive Office of Emergency Services - Situational Awareness Tools Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
e. Probation Department - Electronic Monitoring Program Devices Surveillance Use Policy
f. Probation Department - Electronic Monitoring Program Devices Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
g. Procurement Department - Audio Recorders Surveillance Use Policy
h. Procurement Department - Audio Recorders Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
i. Registrar of Voters - Security Cameras Surveillance Use Policy
j. Registrar of Voters - Security Cameras Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
k. Roads and Airports Department - Airport Noise and Operations Monitoring System Surveillance Use Policy
l. Roads and Airports Department - Airport Noise and Operations Monitoring System Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
m. Roads and Airports Department - Facility Security Camera Systems Surveillance Use Policy
n. Roads and Airports Department - Facility Security Camera Systems Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
o. Social Services Agency - Telephonic and Voice Recording Equipment Surveillance Use Policy
p. Social Services Agency - Telephonic and Voice Recording Equipment Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
q. Social Services Agency - Video Security Cameras Surveillance Use Policy
r. Social Services Agency - Video Security Cameras Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
36. Held from August 13, 2019 (Item No. 36): Approve Surveillance Technology Use Policies for existing surveillance technologies, that have been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. (Office of the County Executive)
a. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System - Baby Match Technology Used at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
b. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System - Badge and Biometric Readers
c. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System - FairWarning Electronic Health Record Privacy Monitoring System
d. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System - Mobile Audio and Visual Recording Devices
e. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System - NicView Camera Technology Used at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
f. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System - Professional Research Consultants Communication Technology
g. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System - Security Cameras Used at Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System Facilities
h. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System - Telephonic and Voice Recording Equipment
i. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System - Vocera Communication Technology
j. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System Emergency Medical Services Agency - Mobile Area Routing and Vehicle Location Information System

documentReport Printout
a. SCVHHS - Baby Match Technology Used at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Surveillance Use Policy
b. SCVHHS - Baby Match Technology Used at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
c. SCVHHS - Badge and Biometric Readers Surveillance Use Policy
d. SCVHHS - Badge and Biometric Readers Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
e. SCVHHS - FairWarning Electronic Health Record Privacy Monitoring System Surveillance Use Policy
f. SCVHHS - FairWarning Electronic Health Record Privacy Monitoring System Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
g. SCVHHS - Mobile Audio and Visual Recording Devices Surveillance Use Policy
h. SCVHHS - Mobile Audio and Visual Recording Devices Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
i. SCVHHS - NicView Camera Technology Used at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Surveillance Use Policy
j. SCVHHS - NicView Camera Technology Used at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
k. SCVHHS - Professional Research Consultants Communication Technology Surveillance Use Policy
l. SCVHHS - Security Cameras Used at SCVHHS Facilities Surveillance Use Policy
m. SCVHHS - Security Cameras Used at SCVHHS Facilities Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
n. SCVHHS - Telephonic and Voice Recording Equipment Surveillance Use Policy
o. SCVHHS - Vocera Communication Technology Surveillance Use Policy
p. SCVHHS - Vocera Communication Technology Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
q. SCVHHS Emergency Medical Services Agency - Mobile Area Routing and Vehicle Location Information System (MARVLIS) Surveillance Use Policy
r. SCVHHS Emergency Medical Services Agency - Mobile Area Routing and Vehicle Location Information System (MARVLIS) Surveillance Use Policy (Redlined Since Preliminary Submission in 2017)
37. Held from August 13, 2019 (Item No. 37): Consider recommendations relating to the In-Car Video Recording System (Dash Cam System). (Office of the Sheriff)
Possible action:
a. Adopt finding that the benefits of the surveillance technology outweigh the costs pursuant to Section A40-4 of the Santa Clara County Ordinance Code.
b. Approve Agreement with Axon Enterprises, Inc., relating to providing Public Safety Video Equipment in an amount not to exceed $2,200,000 for period June 18, 2019 through June 17, 2022, with two one-year extension options, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. A single source exception to competitive procurement has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management pursuant to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.6.5.1(D)(2)(a).
c. Approve or receive Surveillance Use Policy for the In-Car Video Recording System (Dash Cam System), that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
d. Receive Anticipated Surveillance Impact Report for the In-Car Video Recording System (Dash Cam System).
documentReport Printout
a. Office of the Sheriff - In-Car Video Recording System (Dash Cam System) Surveillance Use Policy
b. Office of the Sheriff - In-Car Video Recording System (Dash Cam System) REDLINE Surveillance Use Policy
c. Dash Mounted Cameras Axon Contract
d. Dash-Cam System (DCS) Impact Report 06-04-19
e. Single Source Approval for Axon Dash Cams
38. Approve delegation of authority to the County Executive, or designee, to negotiate, execute, amend, or terminate agreements such as development agreements, regulatory agreements, funding agreements, ground leases, loan agreements, deeds of trust, and promissory notes with Mercy Housing Management Group, in connection with the planning, funding and development of Palo Alto Educator Workforce Housing at 231 Grant Avenue, in Palo Alto, CA, 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 13, 2020. (Facilities and Fleet Department)
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
39. Held from August 13, 2019 (Item No. 39): Consider recommendations relating to Bids for construction of Main Jail and Elmwood Custody Health Services Staff Work Area Modifications (Project No. 263-CP17038). (Facilities and Fleet Department)
Possible action:
a. Award contract to Agbayani Construction Corporation in the amount of $610,000 with a construction time of 240 calendar days.
b. Approve encumbrance of additional $200,000 as Supplemental Work Allowance (SWA) for a total encumbered amount of $810,000.
c. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to issue Change Orders, as necessary, against the allowance for Supplemental Work and to approve modifications to the construction time consistent with Public Contract Code Section 20142.
d. Ratify Addendum No. 1 to Bid Documents which modified or clarified the Bid Documents in response to contractor questions.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. ITB-FAF-FY19-0282 ADDENDUM 1
40. Approve an increase in the Supplemental Work Allowance (SWA) for Relocation of the 2nd Floor Dental Suite at Main Jail North, Contract No. 18-31, awarded to Agbayani Construction Corporation, increasing the SWA by $200,000 from $100,000 to $300,000, for a new total contract encumbrance of $1,009,000. (Facilities and Fleet Department)
documentConstruction Document Printout
41. BOS-2019-110 : Held from June 18, 2019 (Item No. 136): Adopt Resolution establishing No Parking Any Time on a portion of Junipero Serra Boulevard, Palo Alto. (Roll Call Vote) (Roads and Airports Department)
documentResolution Printout
a. Junipero Serra Blvd No Parking Resolution
42. Consider items previously removed from the Consent Calendar.
Closing
43. Adjourn. (See Item No. 4)
Consent Calendar - Items will be considered under Item No. 8. Items removed from the consent calendar will be considered at the end of the regular agenda.
44. Minutes Approval:
a. Minutes of Jun 18, 2019 9:30 AM
b. Minutes of Jul 2, 2019 9:30 AM
Social Services Agency
45. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 14 - $67,960 decreasing revenue and expenditures in the Social Services Agency budget, relating to adding one Welfare Fraud Investigator position in the Social Services Agency, deleting one vacant Criminal Investigator II/I position in the District Attorney’s Office, reducing intra-county cost in the Social Services Agency, and transferring funds to the General Fund Contingency Reserve. (4/5 Roll Call Vote).
documentFiscal/Budget Item Printout
a. F85-14
46. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.07 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees adding one Welfare Fraud Investigator position in the Social Services Agency.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

documentOrdinance Printout
a. NS-5.20.07 - SSA - Add one Welfare Fraud Investigator
47. Consider recommendations relating to Refugee Employment and Elderly Services.
Possible action:
a. Approve Federal Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Santa Clara County Refugee Program Service Plan for Program Year 2019-2020.
b. Approve delegation of authority to the County Executive or designee to update or amend the Refugee Program Service Plan. Delegation of authority shall expire on September 30, 2022.
c. Approve Agreement with Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley relating to providing refugee employment and elderly services in an amount not to exceed $185,000 for period October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020, with two one-year extension options, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
d. Approve Agreement with International Rescue Committee, Inc., relating to providing refugee employment and elderly services in an amount not to exceed $185,000 for period October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020, with two one-year extension options, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. Refugee Annual Services Plan FFY19.20
b. Master_Contract_JFS
c. Master_Contract_IRC
Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System
48. Approve First Amendment to Agreement with Westmed relating to providing non-emergency transport services, increasing maximum contract amount by $800,000, and extending the agreement for a 12-month period through August 14, 2020, adding clarifying language to processes, and updating the Agreement to include St. Louise Regional Hospital, O’Connor Hospital, and De Paul Health Center, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. Amend 1-WestMed
49. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 29 - $224,844, increasing revenue and expenditures in the Custody Health Services budget and the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospitals and Clinics budget, and transferring funds from the General Fund Contingency Reserve related to the addition of a Chief Psychologist position. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)
documentFiscal/Budget Item Printout
a. F85-29
50. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.14 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees adding one Chief Psychologist position in Custody Health Services.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

documentOrdinance Printout
a. NS-5.20.14 - CHS - Add one Chief Psychologist
51. BOS-2019-113 : Held from August 13, 2019 (Item No. 51): Adopt Resolution delegating authority to the County Executive, or designee, to negotiate, execute, amend, or terminate certain types of Agreements relating to community outreach programs that promote health awareness and/or support Employee Wellness Division in an amount not to exceed $1,800,000 for period August 16, 2019 through August 15, 2022, 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 15, 2022. (Roll Call Vote) (Valley Health Plan)
documentResolution Printout
a. Attachment B -VHP Community Events and Partnerships_072319
b. VHP Marketing and Business Development DoA Resolution
52. Approve Agreement with Zipari, Inc., relating to providing sales automation and related services in an amount not to exceed $1,435,000 for period August 13, 2019 through August 12, 2024, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. Zipari_Agreement
Public Health Department
53. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 24 - $8,635 transferring funds within the Public Health Department budget, relating to deleting one half-time Graphic Designer II position and one half-time Social Media/Internet Communications Specialist position and adding one Public Communications Specialist position in the Public Health Department. (Roll Call Vote)
documentFiscal/Budget Item Printout
a. FY19-20 F-85 024 BU 410 Public Health Add Public Comm Spec
54. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.13 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees deleting one half-time Graphic Designer II position and one half-time Social Media/Internet Communications Specialist position and adding one Public Communications Specialist position in the Public Health Department.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

documentOrdinance Printout
a. NS-5.20.13 - PHD - Delete one half-time Graphic Designer position and one half-time Social Media_Internet Comm Spec position and add one Public Comm Spec position
55. Approve retroactive Agreement with California Department of Public Health relating to funding for tuberculosis prevention and control services in an amount not to exceed $1,089,800 for period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. Tuberculosis Funding19-20 (Santa Clara), signed
Behavioral Health Department
56. Consider recommendation relating to the funding of vocational rehabilitation services.
Possible action:
a. Approve retroactive Agreement with the California Department of Rehabilitation relating to providing mental health services to assist clients with obtaining employment, in an amount not to exceed $719,238 for period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Authorize the President of the Board of Supervisors to execute any and all documents required by the California Department of Rehabilitation to effectuate the execution of the Agreement and all amendments, until the expiration of the contract.
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a. FY20-FY22 Cooperative Agreement Department of Rehabilitation_for BOS Signature
b. California Civil Rights Laws Attachment_for BOS Signature
c. CCC 04/2017_for BOS Signature
57. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 13 - $308,902 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Behavioral Health Services Department and Office of Supportive Housing budgets, relating to adding one full-time Psychiatric Social Worker II/I or Marriage and Family Therapist II/I position, one Community Worker position, and contract services to support outpatient expansion and housing support in collaboration with the Superior Court. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)
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a. FY20 F85-13 BHSD OSH Collaborative Court Enhancement Project
b. LF 95291 RevisedSupplemental Information
58. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.06 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees adding one Psychiatric Social Worker II or Marriage and Family Therapist II or Marriage and Family Therapist I or Psychiatric Social Worker I position in the Behavioral Health Services Department and one Community Worker position in the Office of Supportive Housing.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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e. NS-5.20.06 - BHS - Adding one Community Worker in OSH and one PSW II or MFT II or MFT I or PSW I in BHS
59. Consider recommendations relating to Short-Doyle and Mental Health Services Act Amendments for Supportive Housing Services.
Possible action:
a. Approve First Amendment to Agreement with Abode Services relating to providing supportive housing services increasing the maximum contract amount by $1,613,334 from $2,682,523 to $4,295,857, with no change to the term of the Agreement, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Approve First Amendment to Agreement with People Assisting The Homeless relating to providing supportive housing services increasing the maximum contract amount by $827,903 from $385,230 to $1,213,133 with no change to the term of the Agreement, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

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a. FY20 ABODE SHS SD-MHSA Amend 1_for BOS signature
b. FY20 PATH SHS SD-MHSA Amend 1_for BOS Signature
c. FY20 PATH SHS SD-MHSA Agreement
d. FY20 ABODE SHS SD-MHSA Agreement
Employee Services Agency
60. Adoption of Master Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 for Fiscal Year 2020.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

 

a. Printout-97830-1267Supplemental Information
b. Master Salary Ordinance FY20Supplemental Information
61. Approve job specification and amend classification plan to add classification of Payroll Audit Supervisor.
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a. Class Report - Supervising Account Clerk I
b. Payroll Audit Supervisor External Salary Survey
c. Payroll Audit Supervisor Internal Salary Survey
d. Payroll Audit Supervisor Spec.
62. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.01 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees deleting one Supervising Account Clerk I position and adding one Payroll Audit Supervisor position in the Controller-Treasurer and amending the Salary Schedule to add the classification of Payroll Audit Supervisor.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. NS-5.20.01 - ESA - Delete one Supervising Account Clerk I and Add one Payroll Audit Supervisor new class
63. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.02 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees deleting seven Stock Clerk positions and adding seven Messenger Driver positions in the Social Services Agency; and amending the Salary Schedule to increase the salary for the Messenger Driver classification by three percent.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. Salary Survey
c. Class Report
d. NS-5.20.02 - ESA - Delete 7 Stock Clerks and Add 7 Messenger Drivers and Increase by 3 Percent
64. Approve job specification and amend classification plan to add classification of Vehicle Use Coordinator.
documentPersonnel Recommendation Printout
a. Class Report - Vehicle Use Coordinator 7-22-19
b. Vehicle Use Coordinator Job Specs
65. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.03 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees adding one Vehicle Use Coordinator position in the Probation Department and amending the Salary Schedule to add the classification of Vehicle Use Coordinator.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. NS-5.20.03 - ESA - Add Vehicle Use Coordinator to the Salary Schedule and add one position
66. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.04 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees amending the Salary Schedule to increase the salary for the Chief Radiation Therapist classification by 20 percent.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. Salary Report - Chief Radiation Therapist
b. NS-5.20.04 - ESA - Chief Radiation Therapist Salary Increase
67. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.05 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees deleting four three-fifths time Senior Clinical Laboratory Scientist or Clinical Laboratory Scientist II or Clinical Laboratory Scientist I positions, three four-fifths time Senior Clinical Laboratory Scientist or Clinical Laboratory Scientist II or Clinical Laboratory Scientist I positions, and twenty-one Senior Clinical Laboratory Scientist or Clinical Laboratory Scientist II or Clinical Laboratory Scientist I positions and adding three three-fifths time Clinical Laboratory Scientist II or Clinical Laboratory Scientist I positions, three four-fifths time Clinical Laboratory Scientist II or Clinical Laboratory Scientist I positions, eleven Clinical Laboratory Scientist II or Clinical Laboratory Scientist I positions, one Clinical Laboratory Scientist Systems Specialist or Associate Clinical Laboratory Scientist Systems Specialist position, one Senior Clinical Laboratory Scientist or Clinical Laboratory Scientist II or Clinical Laboratory Scientist I position, and nine Supervising Clinical Laboratory Scientist positions in Santa Clara Valley Medical Center.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. Class Report - CLS
b. Attachment A - CLS Position Allocations
c. NS-5.20.05 - ESA - Deleting 28 Senior Clinical Laboratory Scientists and adding various CLS positions in VMC (OCH & SLRH)
68. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.08 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to the compensation of employees amending the Salary Schedule to increase the salaries of various classifications.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. NS-5.20.08 -ESA - Various Wage Increases
69. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.09 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees increasing the salary of the Director, Office of Veterans' Affairs by 17.5 percent.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. NS-5.20.09 - ESA - Director, Office of Veterans' Affairs Salary Increase
70. Receive Fiscal Year 2019 year-end report from the Human Resources Department, Employee Services Agency relating to fourth and fifth step appointments, administrative position add/delete actions, and administrative classification specification revisions.
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a. Attachment A End of FY 19 - Ingrade 4 and 5
b. Attachment B End of FY 2019 Report _ Admin Add Delete
c. Attachment C End of Fiscal Year 2019 Report _ Admin Spec Revisions
d. Accountant Assistant
e. Accountant I
f. Accountant II
g. Administrative Services Manager I
h. Administrative Services Manager II
i. Budget and Financial Planning Manager
j. Community Outreach Specialist
k. Estate Property Specialist
l. Executive Assistant II
m. Group Counselor I
n. Group Counselor II
o. Human Resources Analyst
p. Plumber
q. Principal Civil Engineer - Roads and Airports
r. Records Retention Driver
s. Senior Executive Assistant
t. Senior Group Counselor
u. Senior Human Resources Analyst
v. Senior Plumber
w. Senior Victim Witness Advocate
x. Supervising Account Clerk I
y. Supervising Account Clerk II
z. Supervising Group Counselor
aa. Supervising Victim Witness Advocate
ab. Valley Connection Service Center Manager
ac. Director Aging and Adult Services
ad. Director Office of Sustainability
ae. Deputy Director Facilities Operations
af. Deputy Director Public Health Nursing Services
ag. VHP Assistant Director, Managed Care Programs
Board of Supervisors
71. Announce travel for elected officials as follows:
a. Laurie Smith, Sheriff, did not travel to Olympic Valley to attend the California State Sheriff's Association Board of Directors Meeting on June 26-27, 2019 as previously noticed.
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b. Lawrence E. Stone, Assessor, will travel to Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada to speak on a panel at the IAAO Annual Conference on September 8-10, 2019.
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a. TA Approval by Dr. Jeff Smith
c. Lawrence E. Stone, Assessor, will travel to San Diego to attend the California Assessors' Association Annual Conference on September 16-19, 2019.
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72. Consider the following meeting attendance reports:
a. Receive report from Supervisorial District One relating to meetings attended through August 13, 2019.
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b. Receive report from Supervisorial District Two relating to meetings attended through August 12, 2019.
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c. Receive report from Supervisorial District Three relating to meetings attended through August 13, 2019.
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d. Receive report from Supervisorial District Four relating to meetings attended through August 8, 2019.
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e. Receive report from Supervisorial District Five relating to meetings attended through August 6, 2019.
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Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation Committee
73. Receive report from the Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation Committee relating to the meeting of January 17, 2019. (Wasserman)
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74. Receive report from the Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation Committee relating to the meeting of February 21, 2019. (Wasserman)
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75. Receive report from the Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation Committee relating to the meeting of March 15, 2019. (Wasserman)
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76. Receive report from the Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation Committee relating to the meeting of April 18, 2019. (Wasserman)
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77. Receive report from the Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation Committee relating to the meeting of May 16, 2019. (Wasserman)
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Finance and Government Operations Committee
78. Receive report from the Finance and Government Operations Committee relating to the meeting of April 11, 2019. (Cortese)
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79. Receive report from the Finance and Government Operations Committee relating to the meeting of May 9, 2019. (Cortese)
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80. Receive report from the Finance and Government Operations Committee relating to the meeting of June 13, 2019. (Cortese)
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Children, Seniors, and Families Committee
81. Receive report from the Children, Seniors, and Families Committee and the Finance and Government Operations Committee relating to the joint meeting of May 30, 2019. (Chavez/Cortese)
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82. Receive report from the Children, Seniors, and Families Committee relating to the meeting of June 19, 2019. (Chavez)
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County Executive
83. Consider recommendations related to the First Amendments to agreements with Breakout Prison Outreach and Catholic Charities.
Possible action:
a. Approve First Amendment to Agreement with Breakout Prison Outreach (dba California Youth Outreach) relating to providing service navigation case management to reentry clients, revising the payment schedule, with no change to the maximum contract amount and with no change to the term of the Agreement, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Approve First Amendment to Agreement with Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County relating to providing employment services to reentry clients, revising the payment schedule, with no change to the maximum contract amount and no change to the term of the Agreement, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.

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a. FY20 Breakout Prison Outreach Amendment 1
b. FY20_CCSCC_Amend_1_for BOS signature
84. Approve Agreement among Ujima Adult and Family Services Inc., Maranatha Christian Center, and Bible Way Christian Center relating to providing academic and support services to African Ancestry and other students, in an amount not to exceed $252,000 for period September 24, 2019 through May 21, 2020, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
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a. FY20_Ujima,_Bible_Way,_Maranatha_Agreement
85. Approve County sponsorship of Silicon Valley Pride in the amount of $10,000 from the Office of LGBTQ Affairs, Office of the County Executive Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget, to support the 2019 Pride Parade and Festival. (Office of the County Executive)
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86. Ratify County sponsorship of Santa Clara County Fairgrounds Management Corporation in the amount of $2,000 from the Office of the County Executive, Office of the LGBTQ Affairs' Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget, to support 2019 Out at the Fair Family Entertainment Stage. (Office of the County Executive)
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87. Approve Fifth Amendment to Agreement No. 5500002676 with HP, Inc., relating to providing personal computers, accessories, related maintenance and support and services, increasing the maximum contract amount by $15,610,946 from $23,489,054 to $39,100,000, and extending the agreement for a 12-month period through September 14, 2020, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
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a. Fifth Amendment to Agreement with HP, Inc.
88. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.11 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees adding Footnote 809 to extend the expiration date for one unclassified Senior Management Analyst or Management Analyst position in the Office of the County Executive. Position shall expire at 11:59 p.m. on April 5, 2020.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. NS-5.20.11 - CEO - Extend one Senior Management Analyst-U or Management Analyst-U adding Footnote #809
89. BOS-2019-99 : Adopt Resolution delegating authority to the County Executive or designee, to negotiate, execute, amend, or terminate facility use agreements for a term of up to 30 days for the rental of vote centers to host elections in Santa Clara County, 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 1, 2024.
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a. Resolution DOA for Vote Centers
b. ROV Vote Center Facility Use Agreement V.5_with insurance
c. ROV Vote Center Facility Use Agreement - SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT V.2_
90. Approve First Amendment to Grant Agreement with Alliance for Climate Protection, Inc., dba the Climate Reality Project, relating to climate change defense efforts increasing the maximum contract amount by $169,750 from $169,750 to $339,500, and extending the agreement for a 12-month period through August 14, 2020, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
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a. Climate reality signed - finalSupplemental Information
91. Receive monthly status report on items referred to Administration.
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a. BOSMatrixn8-13-2019
Office of Supportive Housing
92. Approve Guidelines (Version 5) for the County’s Supportive Housing Development Program enabling the Administration to update the Supportive Housing Development Program Notice of Funding Availability for the development of multi-family rental affordable and supportive housing.
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a. Attachment A - Supportive Housing Loan Program Guidelines Version 5 (clean)
b. Attachment B - Draft Program Guidelines Version 5 (redline)
93. BOS-2019-100 : Consider recommendations relating to intent to purchase real property necessary for the long-term preservation of affordable housing located at 1695 Alum Rock Avenue, San Jose, Assessor's Parcel No. 481-12-106.
Possible action:
a. Adopt Resolution of Intent to Purchase Real Property located at 1695 Alum Rock Avenue, San Jose, from Resources for Community Development, or an affiliate. (Roll Call Vote)
b. Authorize the Clerk of the Board to set Tuesday, September 10, 2019, at no earlier than 10:00 a.m., as the date and time to consider acquisition of Real Property.
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a. Attachment A Board Resolution
b. Attachment B Public Hearing Notice
94. BOS-2019-101 : Consider recommendations relating to intent to purchase real property necessary for the long-term preservation of affordable housing located at 2904 Corvin Drive, Santa Clara, Assessor's Parcel No. 216-33-034.
Possible action:
a. Adopt Resolution of Intent to Purchase Real Property located on 2904 Corvin Drive, Santa Clara, from Allied Housing, or an affiliate. (Roll Call Vote)
b. Authorize the Clerk of the Board to set Tuesday, September 10, 2019, at no earlier than 10:00 a.m., as the date and time to consider acquisition of Real Property.
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a. Attachment A Corvin Apartments Board Resolution
b. Attachment B Public Hearing Notice
Technology Services and Solutions Department
95. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 26 - $375,000 transferring funds within the Technology Services and Solutions Department budget relating to the purchase of a new printing press. (Roll Call Vote)
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a. F85 #26
County Library District
96. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.12 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees adding one Stock Clerk position in the County Library District.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. NS-5.20.12 - LIB - Adding one Stock Clerk position
County Counsel
97. BOS-2019-102 : Adopt Board Policy Resolution amending Board of Supervisors' Policy Manual section 3.19 relating to Policy Statement on Expense Reimbursement and Use of Public Resources, and direct the Clerk of the Board to include Policy in Board of Supervisors' Policy Manual. (Roll Call Vote)
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a. Resolution Amending Board Policy 3.19
b. Board Policy 3.19 (redlined)
Clerk of the Board
98. Approve delegation of authority to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, or designee, to negotiate, execute, amend, or terminate grant or sponsorship agreements relating to any ongoing multi-year budget inventory items of the Board of Supervisors approved during the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Budget Hearing, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality. Delegation of authority shall expire on June 30, 2021.
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Boards and Commissions
99. Receive announcement of appointments and reappointments by individual Board members to various Boards and Commissions:
a. Supervisor Wasserman:
i. Reappoints Anamaria Bejarano to the Commission on the Status of Women, seat number 3.
ii. Reappoints Peter Hertan to the Citizens' Advisory Commission on Elections, seat number 1.
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b. Supervisor Cortese:
i. Appoints Art Cohen to the County of Santa Clara Moscow Sister-County Commission, seat number 2.
ii. Appoints Ava Chiao to the Hsinchu County, Taiwan, Republic of China Sister-County Commission, seat number 6.
iii. Appoints Raeena Lari to the Health Advisory Commission, seat number 6.
iv. Reappoints Jerry Burge to the Animal Advisory Commission, seat number 3.
v. Reappoints Lucia Amato to the Province of Florence Italy, Sister-County Commission, seat number 10.
vi. Reappoints Shahnawaz Saigal to the Human Rights Commission, seat number 13.
vii. Reappoints Robert Gill to the Behavioral Health Board, seat number 4.
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c. Supervisor Ellenberg:
i. Reappoints Allen Leibovitch to the Social Services Advisory Commission, seat number 7.
ii. Reappoints Maria Horwich to the Social Services Advisory Commission, seat number 3.
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d. Supervisor Simitian:
i. Appoints Christopher Roat to the Citizens' Advisory Commission on Elections, seat number 7.
ii. Reappoints Stephen Chessin to the Citizens' Advisory Commission on Elections, seat number 5.
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100. Approve Board-As-a-Whole appointments and reappointments to various Boards and Commissions:
a. Supervisor Wasserman nominates:
i. Matthew Cohen for reappointment to the Roads Commission, seat number 7.
ii. Trina Hineser for reappointment to the San Martin Planning Advisory Committee, seat number 4.
iii. Chris Carneghi for appointment to the Assessment Appeals Board I, seat number 1.
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b. Supervisor Chavez nominates:
i. Rhonda McClinton-Brown for appointment to the Re-Entry Network as the alternate for seat number 7.



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c. Supervisor Cortese nominates:
i. Preeti Mishra for reappointment to the Child Abuse Prevention Council, seat number 11.
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d. Supervisor Ellenberg nominates:
i. Alma Burrell for appointment to the Santa Clara County Health Authority Governing Board of Directors, seat number 2.
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e. Supervisor Simitian nominates:
i. Sherri Sager for appointment to the Santa Clara County Health Authority Governing Board, seat number 10.
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101. Approve Board-as-a-Whole Appointments to the Santa Clara County Emergency Operational Area Council, as nominated by the County Executive or the listed organizations.
a. Ruben Torres for appointment to seat number 11. (Nominated by Santa Clara County Fire Chiefs Association)
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102. Consider recommendations relating to resignations from Boards and Commissions.
Possible action:
a. Accept the resignation of Joseph La Jeunesse from the Veterans Commission of the County of Santa Clara.
b. Accept the resignation of Tze-ki Lam from the Santa Clara County Treasury Oversight Committee.
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Law and Justice
103. BOS-2019-103 : Consider recommendations relating to the Youth Reinvestment Grant Program.
Possible action:
a. Adopt Resolution ratifying the approval of the Grant Agreement with the Board of State and Community Corrections relating to the receipt of the Youth Reinvestment Grant Program funds in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 for period July 1, 2019 through February 28, 2023, and authorizing the County Executive, or designee, to execute Amendments to the Grant Agreement, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality. (Roll Call Vote)
b. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 30 - $1,000,000 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Probation Department budget, relating to the Youth Reinvestment Grant Program. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)
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a. F85 #30 - Youth Reinvestment Grant Program
b. YRG_Resolution_Signed
c. YRG_Grant Agreement with BSCC_Signed
104. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20.10 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.20 relating to compensation of employees deleting one Criminal Investigator II or Criminal Investigator I position in the Office of the District Attorney.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 27, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

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a. NS-5.20.10 - DA - Delete one Criminal Investigator II
105. Receive report from Pretrial Services relating to approval of one-time grant funds from the State of California Judicial Council.
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a. Program Narrative with Exhibits A-E_SCSCourt
b. Attachment B - Pretrial Pilot Program Application Cover_SCSCourt
c. Attachment C - Budget Detail Worksheet _ SCSCourt
d. Attachment D - Data Plan for Pretrial Pilots_SCSCourt
Finance Agency
106. Receive the Quarterly Investment Report for the quarter ended June 30, 2019.
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a. June 2019 Quarterly Investment Report
107. Consider recommendations relating to the issuance of lease revenue bonds for the acquisition of the hospital properties.
Possible action:
a. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 11 - $4,864,091 increasing revenues and expenditures in the Facilities and Fleet Department budget, increasing expenditures in the Controller-Treasurer Department budget, decreasing expenditures in the Special Programs budget, and transferring funds within the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospital and Clinics budget relating to the issuance of the Santa Clara County Financing Authority Lease Revenue Bonds 2019 Series A and 2019 Series A-T for the acquisition of hospital properties. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)
b. Approve establishment of Capital Project 263-CP20004 "VMC-O'Connor Seismic Compliance."
c. Approve establishment of Capital Project 263-CP20005 "VMC-O'Connor Elevator Modernization."
d. Approve establishment of Capital Project 263-CP20006 "VMC-O'Connor Pharmacy Upgrade."
e. Approve establishment of Capital Project 263-CP20007 "VMC-Saint Louise Pharmacy Upgrade."
f. Approve establishment of Capital Project 263-CP20008 "VMC-Saint Louise Radiology Upgrade."
g. Approve establishment of Capital Project 263-CP20009 "VMC-Saint Louise E.D. Expansion."
h. Approve establishment of Capital Project 263-CP20010 "VMC-Saint Louise Fire System Replacement."
i. Approve establishment of Capital Project 263-CP20011 "VMC at Bascom Building E Improvements."
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a. F85-11
108. BOS-2019-104 : Adopt Resolution providing for the issuance and sale of the Palo Alto Unified School District 2019-20 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANs) in an amount not to exceed $20,000,000. (Roll Call Vote)
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a. County Resolution
b. District Resolution
109. BOS-2019-105 : Adopt Resolution authorizing the Union Elementary School District to sell Election of 2014 General Obligation Bonds, Series E, on its own behalf in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $14,000,000. (Roll Call Vote)
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a. District Resolution
b. County Resolution
Commendations and Proclamations
110. Commendations and Proclamations. (See Item No. 6)
a. Adopt Commendation for Sam Seibert on the occasion of his 100th birthday celebration on August 26, 2019. (Chavez)
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a. Sam Seibert signed
b. Adopt Commendation for Carolyn Gonot on her retirement from the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority after 23 years of exemplary service. (Chavez)
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a. Carolyn Gonot signed
c. Adopt Commendation for Inez Evans on the occasion of her retirement as Chief Operating Officer from the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. (Chavez)
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a. Inez Evans signed
d. Adopt Commendation for the 72nd Anniversary of Indian Independence Day in Santa Clara County and honor the many contributions Indian Americans have made to our community. (Cortese)
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a. Indian Independence Day 2019
e. Adopt Commendation for the Native Daughters of the Golden West for its dedication and service to improve the quality of life for the residents in Santa Clara County. (Cortese)
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a. Native Daughters of Golden West
f. Adopt Commendation for the "Gli Sbandieratori e Musici" and welcome the distinguished troupe of musicians and artisans to the county at the annual Italian Family Festa at History Park, San Jose. (Cortese)
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a. Commendation for the Gli Sbandieratori e MusiciSupplemental Information
g. Adopt Commendation for the IAHF for its 39th Annual Italian Family Festa as a valuable and vibrant event commemorating and promoting the rich Italian-American heritage in Santa Clara County. (Cortese)
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a. Commendation for Annual Italian Family FestaSupplemental Information
h. Adopt Proclamation declaring August 14, 2019 as Pakistan's Independence Day in Santa Clara County to recognize American Muslim Voice Foundation and its many contributions it has made to our community. (Cortese)
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a. Proclaimation for Pakistan's Independence DaySupplemental Information
i. Adopt Commendation for Bob Clement for working tirelessly to provide education to countless students and volunteers in service to the Friends of the Canada de los Osos Ecological Reserve. (Cortese)
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a. Bob Clement
j. Adopt Commendation for Henry Colleto for working tirelessly to provide education to countless students and volunteers in service to the Friends of the Canada de los Osos Ecological Reserve. (Cortese)
documentCommendation/Proclamation Printout
a. Henry Colleto
k. Adopt Commendation for Janet Burback as she retires after 16 years of service to the South Santa Clara County Fire District Board of Commissioners. (South Santa Clara County Fire District)
documentCommendation/Proclamation Printout
a. CCOSV022_CCO_Hedding37_3803_001
Department of Planning and Development
111. Approve First Amendment to Agreement with Ascent Environmental, Inc., relating to providing quarry-related planning management services increasing the maximum contract amount by $227,196 from $366,608 to $593,804, with no change to the term of the Agreement, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. Ascent Service Agreement 4300016208 Amendment 1
112. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 23 - $250,000 increasing revenue and expenditures in the Department of Planning and Development's General Fund budget and transferring funds from the Department of Planning and Development's Permit Revenue Fund budget, relating to Building Plan Review Services. (4/5 Roll Call Vote)
documentFiscal/Budget Item Printout
a. CSG Consultants Service Agreement 4400007557 Amendment 1 - Executed
b. CSG Consultants Service Agreement 4400007557 - Executed
c. 4LEAF Inc Service Agreement 4400007558 - Executed
d. F85-23
Parks and Recreation Department
113. BOS-2019-106 : Consider recommendations relating to Metcalf Motorcycle County Park Track Construction and Maintenance Project.
Possible action:
a. Adopt Resolution adopting Negative Declaration based on findings that the Negative Declaration was prepared in accordance with law and reflects the County's independent judgment and analysis; that the Board of Supervisors has considered the Negative Declaration and all comments received during the comment period; and, that there is no substantial evidence in the record that the Project will have a significant impact on the environment. (Roll Call Vote)
b. Identify the Clerk of the Board and County of Santa Clara Parks and Recreation Department as the location and custodian of the documents or other material that constitute the record of proceedings upon which this decision is based.

documentResolution Printout
a. Resolution- Metcalf Motorcycle Park Track Construction and Maintenance
114. Consider recommendations relating to Bids for construction of the Dyer House Renovation Rebid at Sanborn County Park (710-SAN-C148 and 710-SAN-D163).
Possible action:
a. Award contract to SAE Consulting, Inc., in the amount of $350,350 with a construction time of 120 calendar days.
b. Approve encumbrance of additional $35,035 as Supplemental Work Allowance for a total encumbered amount of $385,385.
c. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to issue Change Orders, as necessary, against the allowance for Supplemental Work and to approve modifications to the construction time.
d. Ratify Addendum No. 1 to the Bid Documents which modified or clarified the Bid Documents in response to contractor questions.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. Addendum#1_6_20_19
b. DyerHouseRenovationReBid_Bidders 06_27_19
115. Consider recommendations relating to Professional Services Agreement (PSA) for Social Science and Analysis professional services.
Possible action:
a. Approve PSA with EMC Research, Inc., relating to providing social science and analysis professional services in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 for period August 13, 2019 through August 12, 2024, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to be the Owner's Authorized Representative to negotiate, execute, amend, terminate, and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to this PSA, including issuance of Project Agreements for services during the term of PSA, 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 12, 2024.


documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. EMC_PSA_Part Signed
116. Consider recommendations relating to Amendments to Professional Services Agreements (PSA) with GHD, Inc., LPA, Inc., and Sandis, Inc., for comprehensive engineering consulting services.
Possible action:
a. Approve Second Amendment to Agreement with GHD, Inc., relating to providing comprehensive engineering consulting services with no change to the maximum contract amount, and extending the agreement for a 24-month period through September 22, 2021, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
b. Approve Second Amendment to Agreement with LPA, Inc., relating to providing comprehensive engineering consulting services with no change to the maximum contract amount, and extending the agreement for a 24-month period through September 22, 2021, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
c. Approve Third Amendment to Agreement with Sandis, Inc., relating to providing comprehensive engineering consulting services with no change to the maximum contract amount, and extending the agreement for a 24-month period through September 22, 2021, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
d. Approve delegation of authority to the County Executive, or designee, to negotiate, execute, amend, or terminate and take any and all necessary or advisable actions relating to each consultant's PSA, including issuance of Project Agreements for comprehensive engineering consultant services during the term of each consultant's PSA, 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 September 22, 2021.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. 00-GHD Amend2 to PSA
b. 00-LPA Amend2 to PSA
c. 00-Sandis Amend3 to PSA
d. 0-GHD_B5Y_Parks_40028233
e. 0-LPA_B5Y_Parks_40028231
f. 0-SandisB5YParks_40028232
g. GHD_Amend1 to PSA
h. LPA_Amend1 to PSA
i. Sandis Amend1 to PSA
117. Approve Second Amendment to Agreement with San Jose Conservation Corps and Charter School relating to providing miscellaneous landscape maintenance and related work increasing the maximum contract amount by $280,000 from $1,000,000 to $1,280,000 with no change to the term of the Agreement, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. 02-SJCC_Amend2_Part_Signed
b. 01-SJCC Amend1_Signed
Roads and Airports Department
118. BOS-2019-107 : Adopt Resolution requesting the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to allocate Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Transportation Development Act Article 3 (TDA3) pedestrian/bicycle project funding for Foothill Expressway between El Monte Avenue and San Antonio Road Project. (Roll Call Vote)
documentResolution Printout
a. TDA3 Resolution
119. Held from August 13, 2019 (Item No. 119): Consider recommendations relating to contractor pre-qualification and bidding of Job Order Contract (JOC) RAD-2019-01. (Roads and Airports Department)
Possible action:
a. Approve the Pre-qualification Questionnaire Package (PQP), adopt Plans and Specifications, and authorize advertisement of Contract Documents for JOC RAD-2019-01.
b. Authorize the County Executive or designee, to determine the pool of pre-qualified contractors based on PQP evaluations and qualification hearings, if necessary.
c. Direct the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to open bids for JOC RAD-2019-01 on a date to be determined by the County Executive or designee, subsequent to establishment of the pre-qualification list.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. JOC RAD-2019-01 Prequalification Questionnaire Package
b. JOC RAD-2019-01 Prequalification Notice to Bidders
c. JOC RAD-2019-01 Construction Task Catalog
d. JOC RAD-2019-01 Technical Specifications
e. JOC RAD-2019-01 Special Provisions
120. Approve the Project, adopt plans and specifications, and authorize advertisement of Contract Documents for the Habitat Restoration for Isabel Creek Bridge Project at San Antonio Valley Road, Bridge No. 37C0608 (Old Bridge No. 37C0089), Federal project No. BRLO-5937 (215), and direct the Clerk of the Board to open bids on Thursday, September 26, 2019, at 2:00 p.m., in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. Habitat Restoration Plans for Isabel Creek Bridge
b. Habitat Restoration Specifications for Isabel Creek Bridge
Facilities and Fleet Department
121. Consider recommendations relating to the Vietnamese-American Services Center (VASC).
Possible action:
a. Approve and authorize advertisement of the pre-qualification package for the VASC (Project No. 263-CP17011), and authorize the County Executive, or designee, to receive pre-qualification submittals by August 27, 2019 at 3:00 p.m., at the Facilities and Fleet Department (FAF) at 2310 North First Street, Second Floor, Suite 200, San Jose.
b. Approve the Project, adopt plans and specifications, authorize advertisement of Contract Documents for the VASC (Project No. 263-CP17011), and direct the Clerk of the Board to open bids on Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 2:00 p.m., in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
c. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to make clarifications, make minor changes, and issue addenda as necessary to the pre-qualification package, contract documents, and the advertisement including the timing of receipt of proposals.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. Prequalification Questionnaire for VASC
b. VASC Doc 00 11 00 Notice to Bidders
122. Consider recommendations relating to the Professional Services Agreement (PSA) with HMC Architects.
Possible action:
a. Approve First Amendment to the PSA with HMC Architects relating to providing Architectural, Engineering and related Professional Services increasing the maximum contract amount by $2,700,000 from $3,300,000 to $6,000,000, and extending the agreement for a 60-month period through November 15, 2025, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. An exception to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.4.5.4, Length of Term of Contracts, has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management.
b. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to be the Owner's Authorized Representative to negotiate, execute, amend, terminate, and take all necessary or advisable actions relating to this PSA for the completion of any Project Agreements for services during the term of the PSA, following approval by County Counsel as to form and legality. Delegation of Authority shall expire on November 15, 2025.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. Amendment 1 to ED Expansion PSA_Signed
b. Approval Request for a Beyond Five Year Contract - HMC Architects
123. Approve retroactive Fifth Amendment to Agreement with Hulberg & Associates / Valbridge relating to providing property appraisal services increasing the maximum contract amount by $100,000 from $500,000 to $600,000, and extending the agreement for a six-month period through December 31, 2019, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality. An exception to Board of Supervisors Policy 5.4.5.4, Length of Term of Contracts, has been approved by the Office of Countywide Contracting Management.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. Amendment_5_Hulberg_Valbridge
b. Amendment_5_Hulberg_Valbridge_Coversheet
c. Beyond_5_Year_Term_Request_Hulberg_Valbridge
124. Approve Second Amendment to Agreement with CMSI relating to providing Construction Management and related professional services, increasing the maximum contract amount by $600,000 from $1,400,000 to $2,000,000, with no change to the term of the Agreement, that has been reviewed and approved by County Counsel as to form and legality.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. CMSI_2nd_Amd_to_PSA - signed
125. Consider recommendations relating to seismic compliance at VMC-O'Connor.
Possible action:
a. Authorize advertisement of the Construction Manager at Risk contract documents for VMC-O'Connor Seismic Compliance (Project No. 263-CP20004) and authorize the County Executive, or designee, to receive proposals by 3:00 p.m. on October 10, 2019 at the RSC Building, Facilities Department Suite 310 at 777 Turner Drive, San Jose, located on the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center campus.
b. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to make clarifications, make minor changes, and issue addenda as necessary to the contract documents and the advertisement including the timing of receipt of proposals.
documentAgreement/Amendment Printout
a. 1B Project Manual Div 01
b. 2-Arch DD Specs
c. 3-Plumb DD Specs
d. 4-Mechl DD Specs
e. 5-Elect DD specs
f. 6-Comms Spec
g. 7-Civil DD Specs
h. Package 1A drawings
i. Package 1B drawings
j. Package 1C drawings
k. Package 1D drawings
l. Package 2A drawings
m. Package 3A drawings
n. Package 4 drawings
o. 1A Project Manual Div 00
126. Consider recommendations relating to East Wing Building Management System (BMS) Upgrade at 70 West Hedding.
Possible action:
a. Approve the Project, adopt plans and specifications, and authorize advertisement of Contract Documents for the East Wing Building Management System Upgrade - Phase 2 (Project No. 263-BL19006), and direct the Clerk of the Board to open bids on September 19, 2019, at 2:00 p.m., in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
b. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to make clarifications, make minor changes, and issue addenda as necessary to the contract documents and the advertisement including the timing of receipt of proposals.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. ITB-FAF-FY20-0008 - East Wing BMS Upgrade- Phase 2 PROJECT MANUAL
b. ITB-FAF-FY20-0008 - East Wing BMS Upgrade- Phase 2 NOTICE TO BIDDERS
127. Consider recommendations relating to the Reentry Resource Center (RRC).
Possible action:
a. Approve the Project, adopt plans and specifications, and authorize advertisement of Contract Documents for Project No. 263-CP19012 "Renovation at Reentry Resource Center," and direct the Clerk of the Board to open bids on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 2:00 p.m., in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
b. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to make clarifications, make minor changes, and issue addenda as necessary to the contract documents and the advertisement including the timing of receipt of proposals.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. 263-CP19012 Drawings
b. 263-CP19012-Project Manual
128. Consider recommendations relating to Civic Center Temporary Parking Lot.
Possible action:
a. Approve establishment of Capital Project 263-CP20003 "Civic Center Temporary Parking Lot."
b. Approve Request for Appropriation Modification No. 21 - $100,000, transferring $100,000 from Project No. 263-CP18012 "Demo of City Hall Annex" to Project No. 263-CP20003. (Roll Call Vote)
c. Approve the Project, adopt plans and specifications, and authorize advertisement of Contract Documents for the Civic Center Temporary Parking Lot, and direct the Clerk of the Board to open bids on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 2:00 p.m., in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisor.
d. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to make clarifications, make minor changes, and issue addenda as necessary to the contract documents and the advertisement including the timing of receipt of proposals.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. #21 - Transfer $100K from CP18012 to CP20003 (Civic Center Temporary Parking Lot)
b. 263-CP20003 Drawings
c. 263-CP20003-00-Project Manual - COMPLETE
129. Consider recommendations relating to Elevator Modernization at 70 West Hedding Street and 55 Younger Avenue.
Possible action:
a. Approve the Project, adopt plans and specifications, and authorize advertisement of Contract Documents for Project No. 263-BL18043 "Repair Elevators at 55 Younger and West Wing," and direct the Clerk of the Board to open bids on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 2:00 p.m., in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
b. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to make clarifications, make minor changes, and issue addenda as necessary to the contract documents and the advertisement including the timing of receipt of proposals.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. 263-BL18043-Drawing-Packages
b. 263-BL18043-Project Manual
130. Consider recommendations from the Facilities and Fleet Department (FAF) relating to bids for Job Order Contracts (JOC) JOC-FAF-2019-01 and JOC-FAF-2019-02.
Possible action:
a. Award contract JOC-FAF-2019-01 to Agbayani Construction for the Award Criteria Figure of 0.8122 with a minimum contract amount of $50,000, a maximum contract amount of $4,500,000, and a maximum contract duration of one year.
b. Award contract JOC-FAF-2019-02 to Mark Scott Construction for the Award Criteria Figure of 0.8102 with a minimum contract amount of $50,000, a maximum contract amount of $4,500,000, and a maximum contract duration of one year.
c. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to issue individual job orders, and to approve change orders to job orders within the parameters specified in the contracts.
d. Authorize the County Executive, or designee, to accept individual job orders as complete and execute Notices of Completion.
documentConstruction Document Printout
a. JOC-FAF-2019-02 _ Mark Scott - Partially Executed Agreement
b. JOC-FAF-2019-01 _ AGBAYANI - Partially Executed Agreement
Assessor
131. BOS-2019-108 : Adopt Resolution authorizing the County Assessor, or his designee, to submit an application, in the form and manner specified by the California Department of Finance, for participation in the State Supplementation for County Assessors Program for up to a two-year period. (Roll Call Vote)
documentResolution Printout
a. Resolution
b. SSCAP Application Form Board Attachment
Final Adoption of Ordinances
132. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.19.127 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.19 relating to compensation of employees adding Footnote 233 for anesthesia services.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on June 18, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

documentOrdinance Printout
a. NS-5.19.127 - ESA - Adding Footnote #233 for Anesthesia Services
133. Adoption of Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.19.129 amending Santa Clara County Salary Ordinance No. NS-5.19 relating to compensation of employees deleting and adding various positions in Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Hospitals and Clinics.

                            Action to Introduce and Preliminarily adopt on June 18, 2019; Roll Call Vote to waive reading, Roll Call Vote to adopt.

                            Action for Final Adoption on August 13, 2019; Roll Call Vote to adopt.

documentOrdinance Printout
a. NS-5.19.129 -VMC - Delete various positions and add various positions