STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

 

ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT SUPERVISOR BENOIT

 

DECEMBER 13, 2016

TUESDAY                                                                                                                      

9:30 A.M.

 

Teleconference at 73-710 Fred Waring Drive, Suite 222, Palm Desert, California (760) 863-8211

 

Call to Order - 9:30 a.m. following the Department Head Breakfast

 

Roll Call

Invocation by Jim Clizbe, Chaplain, Sheriff's Department

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

Presentations - The Unforgettables Foundation, December to Remember

Presentation Recognizing “Veteran of the Year” Ralph Duarte

 

Board Members

Supervisor Ashley:

·         City of Moreno Valley Swearing-In Ceremony – Mayor, Dr. Yxstian A. Gutierrez, Council Member, District 1 Victoria Baca, Council Member, District 3, David Marquez.

·         Val Verde Unified School District State of the District Address

·         Annual Holiday Building Industry Association Event

·         Good Morning Beaumont

·         City of Perris Christmas Parade

·         Joey’s Pals Christmas Toy Drive

·         Perris-Valley Filipino-American Association, Inc. Christmas Event

·         Board of Supervisors Holiday Open House Reception

 

Supervisor Tavaglione:

·         Recognized Martin Luther King Choir Performance - Department Head Breakfast

 

1          Administrative Action

 

1.1       CLERK OF THE BOARD:  Proof of Publication.

(APPROVED)

 

1.2       TLMA-PLANNING: THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 31199 - Applicant: Stephen Macie - First Supervisorial District – Lake Mathews Zoning District - Lake Mathews/Woodcrest Area Plan:  Community Development: Low Density Residential (CD: LDR) - Location: Easterly of La Sierra Avenue, northerly of Orchard View Lane and southerly of McAllister Pkwy. – 8.8 Acres - Zoning:  Residential Agricultural (R-A) - Approved Project Description: Schedule B subdivision of 8.8 acres into 15 single-family lots. - REQUEST:  THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME OF TENATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 31199, extending the expiration date to January 5, 2017. Applicant Fees 100%.                        

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

 

1.3       TLMA-PLANNING: THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 30760 - Applicant: Temescal Valley Land, LLC - First Supervisorial District – Alberhill Zoning Area - Elsinore Area Plan:  Community Development:  Medium Density Residential (CD: MDR) (2-5 dwelling units per acre) - Location: Southerly of De Palma Road, easterly of Glen Eden Road and westerly of Horse Thief Canyon Road – 148.3 Acres - Zoning:  Open Area Combining Zone - Residential Developments (R-5) and Planned Residential (R-4) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule ‘A’ subdivision to divide the 148.3-acre site into 285 single-family residential lots with a minimum lot size of 5,000 square feet; three MSHCP open space lots totaling 58.17 acres (Lot 287, 288, & 293); four open space lots totaling 5.14 acres (Lot 286, 289, 291, & 294); a Mountain Avenue Transportation Corridor open space lot totaling 2.91 acres (Lot 295); a 5.71 acre park (Lot 292); a 0.34 acre detention basin (Lot 290); and a 10 to 14 foot wide trail. - REQUEST: THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 30760. Applicant Fees 100%

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

 

1.4       TLMA-PLANNING:  FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 30752 – Applicant: CA Boulder Springs Holdings, LLC – First Supervisorial District – Cajalco Zoning District – Lake Mathews/Woodcrest Area Plan: Community Development: Public Facilities (CD:PF) and Rural Community: Low Density Residential (RC:LDR) – Location: Southerly of Cajalco Road, westerly of Wood Road, and northerly of Lake Mathews Drive – 117 Gross Acres Zoning: Open Area Combining Zone – Residential Development (R-5) and Residential Agriculture – 0.5 Acre Minimum (R-A-0.5) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule B subdivision of 117 gross acres into 112 single-family residential lots with a minimum lot size of 0.5 acre, and nine (9) open space lots – REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 30752.  Applicant Fees 100%

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

 

1.5       TLMA-PLANNING: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32989 - Applicant: Highgrove Property Owners, LLC - Second Supervisorial District - University Zoning District - Highgrove Area Plan: Medium Density Residential (MDR) – Location:  North of Center Street, east of Mt. Vernon Avenue, west of Carlin Lane, south of Teresa Street - 10.04 Gross Acres - Zoning:  One Family Dwellings (R-1) - Approved Project Description: Schedule A subdivision of 10.04 acres into 27 single family residential lots with a minimum lot size of 7,200 sq. ft., a 19,106 sq. ft. detention basin, and a paseo lot - REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME FOR TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32989 [Applicant Fees 100%]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

 

1.6       TLMA-PLANNING: SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 30972 - Applicant: Daniel Rosa - Third Supervisorial District – Homeland Zoning Area - Harvest Valley/Winchester Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Density Residential (MDR) (2-5 Dwelling Units Per Acre) - Location: Southerly of State Highway 74, northerly and southerly of McLaughlin Road, easterly of Emperor Road and westerly of Sultanas Road – 72.1 acres - Zoning:  Specific Plan  No. 260 (SP ZONE) - APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule A subdivision of 72.1 acres into 91 residential lots with a minimum lot size of 6,000 square feet, three (3) mini-park lots, one (1) water quality/detention basin lot, and four (4) open space lots - REQUEST: SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP No 30972, extending the expiration date to May 11, 2017. Applicant Fees 100%.

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

 

1.7       TLMA-PLANNING: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 33487  - Applicant: Kohl Ranch Company, LLC - Fourth Supervisorial District – Lower Coachella Valley Zoning District - Eastern Coachella Valley Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Density Residential (MDR), Medium High Density Residential (MHDR),  Open Space - Conservation (OS-C), Very High Density Residential (VHDR)- Location: Southerly of 64th Street, Easterly of Tyler Street, and Northerly of 66th Street  –– 286 Gross acres - Zoning: SP ZONE (SP303)  - APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule A – subdivision to divide 286 gross acres into 879 residential lots consisting of single family homes, open space, and recreational facilities including a lake located within Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 751-070-004, etc. The subdivision includes 10 separate phases - REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP No. 33487, extending the expiration date to June 7th, 2017. Applicant Fees 100%          

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

 

1.8       TLMA-PLANNING:  THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 31817 – Applicant: Lansing Companies, Inc. – Fifth Supervisorial District – Nuevo Area Zoning District – Lakeview/Nuevo Area Plan: Rural Community: Low Density Residential (RC:LDR) (2 dwelling units per acre) - Location: Northerly of Central Avenue and easterly of Menifee Road – 17.2 Acres – Zoning:  Residential Agricultural (R-A) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule ‘B’ tract map proposing to subdivide 17.2 gross acres into 28 residential lots with a minimum lot size of 20,000 sq. ft. And One Detention Basin –  REQUEST: THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 31817. Applicant Fees 100%

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

 

2          Consent Calendar

 

2.1       SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES:  Appointment of Dildar R. Ahmad, M.D. to the Behavioral Health Commission. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

2.2       SUPERVISOR CHUCK WASHINGTON:  Renewal of the Revised Local Emergency Declaration for Riverside County due to the epidemic infestation of bark beetles in the Mountain Communities of Idyllwild and Pine Cove, and the positive find of the Golden Spotted Oak Borer (GSOB) in the community of Idyllwild. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

2.3       DELETED

 

2.4       AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER:  Renewal of the Local Emergency Declaration for Riverside County due to the spread of Pierce's Disease in the Local Vineyards, 3rd District. [$0]                      

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

2.5       COUNTY COUNSEL:  Approval of the Conflict of Interest Code for the Northwest Mosquito and Vector Control District [District 1 and 2, [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

2.6       COUNTY COUNSEL:  Vacate and Set Aside: 1) Findings of Fact, Conclusions and Order to Abate Nuisance in Case No. CV 13-03076; and 2) Statement of Decision Upholding Administrative Hearing Officer’s Notice of Decision and Order on Appeal in Case No. CV 13-03077; District 4 [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

2.7       EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT: Receive and File the American Medical Response (AMR) Annual Performance Report for Fiscal Year 2015/16. [Districts: All]                    

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

2.8       REGISTRAR OF VOTERS:  Acceptance of the Official Canvass of Votes Cast for the November 8, 2016 Consolidated General Election; All districts; [0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

2.9       TLMA-TRANSPORTATION:  Approval of the Final Map for Tract 28957, a Schedule “A” Subdivision in the Highgrove Area.  2nd District; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

2.10     TLMA-TRANSPORTATION:  Approval of the Final Map for Tract 36546-1, a Schedule “A” Subdivision in the Murrieta Hot Springs Area.  3rd District; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

2.11     SUPERVISOR ASHLEY:  Reappointment of Jamil Dada to the Workforce Development Board. [$0]                       

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3          Policy Calendar

 

3.1       SUPERVISOR KEVIN JEFFRIES:  Canyon Lake Fire Contract, 1st District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.2       BOS DISTRICT 1:  First District use of Community Improvement Designation (CID) Funds for Riverside Poly Proud Heritage Marching Band & Color Guard; Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery; Spanish Town Heritage Foundation; Reach Out; and Riverside Dickens Festival; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$6,500 – General Fund 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.3       SUPERVISOR JOHN TAVAGLIONE:  Appointment to CSAC Board of Directors for the Year 2017. [$0]                

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.4       BOS DISTRICT 2:  Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation (CID) Funds to Patriot High School Girl's Soccer, FIND Food Bank, Norco Educational Support Team, and the Vivian Stancil Olympian Foundation; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$61,000 - General Fund 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.5       EXECUTIVE OFFICE:  Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Update [All Districts], [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.6       EXECUTIVE OFFICE:  Adoption of Resolution No. 2016-247 Approving a Reserve Fund Insurance Policy and Release of Property Previously Leased with Respect to the Riverside County Public Financing Authority Lease Revenue Bonds (Capital Facilities Project), Series 2015, All, [$234,656], Bond Proceeds 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.7       EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of Amendment No. 3 with KPMG, LLP for the support in implementing initial recommendations from the Countywide Department Review for six (6) months [All Districts]; [Total $1,998,600]; 85% General Fund - 15% TLMA/Planning                

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.8       EXECUTIVE OFFICE:  Letter of Credit Extension supporting the County of Riverside Asset Leasing Corporation Variable Rate Demand Leasehold Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008A (Southwest Justice Center refunding), All District, [$120,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.9       DELETED - SEE ITEM 5-1A

 

3.10     ANIMAL SERVICES:  Acceptance of Petco Foundation Grant in the amount of $50,000 for animal welfare lifesaving work [Districts All]; [$50,000-100% Petco Foundation]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.11     CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES:  Approval of Revised Standard Plan of Cooperation with California Department of Child Support Services. All Districts. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.12     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Approval of Professional Services Agreement for Job Order Contract Consulting Services with The Gordian Group, Inc., Approval of Pre-Qualified Contractors for Maintenance and Renovation Construction Work, Approval of Specifications and Advertisement for Bids for Job Order Contract No. 008 and No. 009, All Districts. [$9,711,000 - Intra-Internal Charges - 49%, Interfund-Reimbursements for Service -  50%, Capital Fund and Facility Renewal - 1%]

            Part 2              Part 3              Part 4        Part 5        Part 6

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.13     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Approval of the Security & Event Services Agreement with Bower Events Inc. for the 2017 Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival, District 4, [$409,525] Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival Fair Funds 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.14     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Approve Substantial Amendment to the 2016-2017 One-Year Action Plan of the 2014-2019 Five-Year Consolidated Plan, 3rd and 5th Districts [$1,220,000], Community Development Block Grant 100%, CEQA Exempt

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.15     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Amendment and Restated Communications Site Lease – 5-year lease – Sun City Fire Station Number 7, District 5, CEQA Exempt [$0]          

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.16     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Lease Agreement, Riverside University Health System – Behavioral Health, La Quinta, Five Year Lease, CEQA Exempt, District 4, [$2,339,799]   State 70%, Federal 30%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.17     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Termination of Lease Agreement with Hazelton Properties, LLC, Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder, Riverside, 81-month lease, CEQA Exempt, District 1 [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.18     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Vail Ranch Historic Site – Ground Lessor’s Consent, Estoppel Certificate and Agreement, CEQA Exempt, District 3, [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.19     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Transfer interest and operational control of community facilities in the Lakeland Village area and corresponding tax funding from the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District to the County of Riverside, CEQA Exempt, District 1, [$206,550] Fund 33200 Co Community Parks 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.20     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Lease, RUHS-PH-WIC, Corona Clinic, 15 Year Lease, District 2, CEQA Exempt [$959,824], 100% Federal Funds

            Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.21     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Budget adjustment and request for General Fund contribution to EDA-Real Estate division of the Economic Development Agency’s fund 47220 for the continued operation of Community Centers, District 1, 2, 3, 5 [$500,000, General Fund 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.22     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Lease, RUHS, PH, WIC Clinic, Corona, 15 Year Lease, District 2, CEQA Exempt [2,859,531], 100% Federal Funds

            Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.23     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA) AND DEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH: Desert Hot Springs Behavioral Health and Nutrition Services Center Tenant Improvement - Approval of Notice of Completion for Vincor Construction, Inc., District 4. [$15,568 - Mental Health Services Act 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.24     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA) AND PROBATION:  Riverside Public Defender/Probation Building Project – Approval of Construction Agreements with Smoke Guard California, Inc., and Best Contracting Services, Inc., District 2. [$246,860 - Existing Bond Proceeds 100%]

            Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.25     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA) AND RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEMS:  Riverside University Health System Nason Lobby Entrance Remodel Project - California Environmental Quality Act Exempt, Approval of Project Budget and Architectural Services Agreement with Westgroup Designs, Inc., District 5. [$976,767 - RUHS Enterprise Fund 40050 - 100%]

            Part 2              Part 3

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.26     EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funding for the 2017 Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Update. [District: All] [$346,614] Federal Funding 75%, General Fund 25%                                 

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.27     EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT: Approve the Agreement #16-10880 between the County of Riverside and California Department of Public Health for Zika Preparedness and Response Project Funding. [All Districts] [$40,000] [100% Federal Funding]                          

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.28     ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH:  Initiation of Revision of Ordinance No. 580 Relating to Mobile Food Facilities Districts: All [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.29     FIRE DEPARTMENT:  Approval of the Cooperative Agreement to Provide Fire Protection, Fire Prevention, Rescue and Medical Emergency Services for the City of La Quinta for one and a half (1˝) years [$9,438,319 total cost]; Contract revenue from the City of La Quinta subject to annual cost increase. District 4

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.30     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approve Group Life Insurance Amendments to Policies and Letters of Understanding Concerning Life and Long Term Disability Group Policies with Standard Insurance Company, All Districts [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.31     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approve Amendments to the Vision Benefits Administration Agreement with Medical Eye Services, Inc., and Applications for Group Vision Coverage and Scheduled Vision Care Insurance Policies and Certificates with Gerber Life Insurance Company, All Districts, [$0]

            Part 2              Part 3

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.32     PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES:  Approve Amendment #1 to Funding Agreement #CAPP-6045 with the California Department of Education for child care services, for one year [Districts: All]; [Total Cost $167,284, Source of Funds – State 100%].

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.33     PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES:  Approve fourth amendment to Agreement #CS-02867 and fourth amendment to Agreement #AS-02868 with Pacific Toxicology to extend Urine Drug Testing Services for two years, through June 30, 2019 via the Competitive Bidding Process [All Districts]; [$268,500 annually, $537,000 aggregate total, Federal: 37.91%; State: 0.33%; County: 0.15%; Realignment: 60.90%, Other: 0.71%].

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.34     RUHS-BEHAVIORAL HEALTH:  Recommend Providers for Driving Under the Influence DUI First & Multiple Offender Services (Districts:  All) [$0]

(TAKEN OFF CALENDAR)

 

3.35     RUHS-BEHAVIORAL HEALTH:  Authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a Purchase Order to California Behavioral Health Directors Association for the Purchase of Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Special Assessment/Supplemental Dues and Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Assessment dues for FY16/17 through FY 19/20, [District All), [Total Cost $285,040]; 30% Federal, 70% State

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.36     RUHS-BEHAVIORAL HEALTH:  Behavioral Health Commission Annual Report for FY15/16                           

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.37     RUHS-BEHAVIORAL HEALTH:  Approval of Agreement #16-93238 with the Department of Health Care Services for the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System and Adopt Resolution No. 2016-237; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. (District: All), [$126,640,221 - 3 Years], 92% Federal, 8% State

            Part 2              Part 3

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.38     RUHS-PUBLIC HEALTH: Ratify and execute the agreement with BioRad Laboratories, Inc. for HIV/Hepatitis Assays and Tests without seeking competitive bids for three years; ALL Districts. [$450,000 Department Revenue]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.39     TLMA-CODE ENFORCEMENT DEPARTMENT:  Approve Amendment No. 1 to the Service Agreement for Citation Processing with Data Ticket Inc. from December 6, 2016 to June 30, 2018.  [All Districts]; [$300,000 total cost- 100% Fee Revenue]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.40     TLMA-PLANNING:  Initiation of an Ordinance Regulating Charity Bins. [All Districts] [$15,000 total cost General Fund 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.41     TLMA- PLANNING: Approve and execute the Professional Services Agreement with CASC Engineering and Consulting, Inc., KTGY Group, Inc., Michael Baker International, and Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. For Community Planning and Design Services through June 30, 2022. [All Districts], [$2,800,000 Aggregate]; 100% General Fund

            Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.42     TLMA-PLANNING: RESOLUTION NO. 2016-240 AMENDING THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY GENERAL PLAN – FOURTH CYCLE OF GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENTS FOR 2016 (General Plan Amendment No. 1129), RESOLUTION NO. 2016-243 Certifying EIR No. 542, and ORDINANCE NO. 348.4852; DISTRICT 3: Deposit Based Funds 100%.

            Part 2              Part 3

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.43     TLMA-TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the 2015/2016 - 2016/2017 Biennial Edition, Transportation Improvements Program. All Districts; [$0]

            Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.44     TLMA- TRANSPORTATION: Accept the Low Bid and Award the Contract to All American Asphalt for the Construction of Columbia Street Resurfacing Project in the East Hemet Area.  3rd District; [$1,116,441 - Total Cost]; Local Funds 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.45     TLMA-TRANSPORTATION:  Approval of the Service Agreement by and between the County of Riverside and the City of Hemet for the Columbia Street Resurfacing Improvements.  3rd District; [$112,500 - Total Cost]; Local Funds 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.46     TLMA- TRANSPORTATION AND PLANNING: Approval of the On-Call Environmental Services Contract between the County of Riverside and ICF Jones & Stokes, Inc.  All Districts; [$2,500,000 - Total Cost]; Various State and Other Agencies 74% and Deposit Based Fee Revenue 26%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.47     TLMA-TRANSPORTATION:  Approval of the Plans and Specifications and Authorization for Bids for the Van Buren Boulevard Pavement Rehabilitation Project between Limonite Avenue and 56th Street in the City of Jurupa Valley, California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Exempt.  2nd District (Clerk to Advertise); [$690,000 - Total Cost]; Federal Funds 56% and Local Funds 44%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.48     TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Resolution 2016-244 Jurupa Unified School District General Obligation Bonds, 2014 Election, 2017 Series B; 2d Dist.; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.49     SUPERVISOR MARION ASHLEY: Recognizing the economic conditions of the County, the Board of Supervisors proposes to defer any salary increases afforded to the Board of Supervisors from July 1, 2016 through December 31, 2018.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.50     VETERANS' SERVICES:  Annual Contracts Authorizing FY 2016/2017 Participation in Revenue Sources Specified under California Military and Veterans' Code Sections 972, 972.1, 972.2 and 972.5.  Annual Contracts authorizing FY 2016/2017 Participation in Revenue Sources Specified under California Military and Veterans' Code Sections 972, 972.1, 972.2 and 972.5. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.51     RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM (RUHS):  Approve the Professional Services Agreement with American Business International, LLC, to provide financial expertise in the areas of health system strategic planning for the Riverside University Health System for $420,000 for one year without securing competitive bids. [District 5; $420,000; Hospital Enterprise Fund].

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.52     RUHS-MEDICAL CENTER:  Approve and execute Amendment No. 11, for the extension of the Professional Services Agreement with RightSourcing, Inc. a Division of Comforce for up to $9,000,000 per year for five years; District 5; [$45,000,000 over 5 years], Hospital Enterprise Fund

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.53     RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM (RUHS):  Approve and execute Amendment No. 2, for the scope change of the Professional Services Agreement with Loma Linda University Shared Services for $2,484,601 over five years increasing the total contract to $45,720,665 over 5 years; District 5; [$2,481,601 over 5 years], Medical Center Enterprise Fund 40050

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

3.54     RUHS-MEDICAL CENTER:  Approval of a Professional Service Agreement with Faculty Physicians and Surgeons of LLUSM, dba Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group to provide obstetrics/gynecology (Ob/Gyn) physician services without seeking competitive bids for five years; District 5; [$23,824,710 five years]; Hospital Enterprise Fund                               

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

5          Public Financing Authority Meeting

5-1A     EXECUTIVE OFFICE:  Adoption of Resolution No. PFA2016-05 Approving a Reserve Fund Insurance Policy and Release of Property Previously Leased with Respect to the Riverside County Public Financing Authority Lease Revenue Bonds (Capital Facilities Project), Series 2015, All, [$234,656], Bond Proceeds 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

9          Public Hearings

 

9.1       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA):  Public Hearing to Approve Formation of Microenterprise Business Loan Program and Small Business Loan Programs, All Districts, [$800,000] Community Development Block Grant 100%; not a project under CEQA                              

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

10        Housing Authority Meeting

 

10.1     HOUSING AUTHORITY:  Receive and File Annual Housing Successor Report Fiscal Year 2015-2016, All Districts, [$0]

            Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

11        Flood Control and Water Conservation District Meeting

 

11.1     FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT - Approval of Cooperative Agreement for South Norco Channel, Stage 6; Norco Master Drainage Plan Line S-1, Stage 1 and Norco Master Drainage Plan Line S-5, Stage 1; Project Nos. 2-0-00150, 2-0-00163, and 2-0-00165; 2nd District [0]                  

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

11.2     FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approve Supplemental Agreement for Release of Funds for Eastvale MDP Line E-1, Stage 2; Project No. 2-0-00324-02 (PM 36487); 2nd District; [Not-to-Exceed $1,059,819.33]; District Funds 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

11.3     FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Public Hearing, Adopt Resolution No. F2016-22 for the Bautista Creek Channel Recharge Basin Expansion, Stage 50 Project, Project No. 4-0-00030-50, 3rd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

11.4     FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Project Award – Lake Elsinore Outlet Channel and Gunnerson Pond Non-Native Invasive Removal, Project No. 3-0-00040, 20 Working Days, 1st District, [$135,680.94 - District Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

11.5     FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Adopt Resolution No. F2016-23 Authorization to Convey Easement Interests in Real Property within and over Anza Channel APN 155-290-030), La Sierra Channel (APN 146-253-026) and La Sierra Channel-Jones Lateral (APN 143-342-043) to City of Riverside for Riverside Transmission Reliability Project by Easement Deeds; CEQA Findings of Exemption; Project Nos. 1-0-00150 and 1-0-00060, 1st and 2nd Districts [$0]             

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

11.6     FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approve the Grant Funding Contract Integrated Watershed Protection Program, 3rd/5th District, [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

12        County Board and Waste Resources Management District Meeting

 

C. County

12.1     DEPARTMENT OF WASTE RESOURCES:  Approve Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement for crushed rock with FST Sand & Gravel, Inc. and Amendment No. 1 with West Coast Sand & Gravel, Inc. for 5 years; All Districts [$2,005,000] 75.3% Department of Waste Resources Enterprise Funds, 24.7% Flood Control District Budget.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

12.2     DEPARTMENT OF WASTE RESOURCES: Approval of Contract Documents including Specifications for the 2016 Site Maintenance and Improvements at the Badlands Sanitary Landfill, District 5 [$0 – Department of Waste Resources Enterprise Funds]

            Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

12.3     DEPARTMENT OF WASTE RESOURCES: Approval of Contract Documents for the Construction of Site Drainage Improvements at the Lamb Canyon, District 5.  [$0 – Department of Waste Resources Enterprise Funds]

            Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

13        County Board and Regional Park and Open Space District Meeting

 

D. District

13.1     REGIONAL PARK & OPEN SPACE DISTRICT: Two Water Tanks Replacement and Related Improvements Project McCall Park, Mountain Center and Lawler Lodge, Idyllwild, California – Approve Contract Documents and Award of Contract; CEQA Exempt; District 3; [District CIP Fund 33100 $ 182,796]

(CONT’D. TO 01/10/2017 @ 9:00 A.M.)

 

13.2     REGIONAL PARK & OPEN-SPACE DISTRICT:  Transfer interest and operational control of community center facilities in the Lakeland Village area and corresponding tax funding from the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District to the County of Riverside Economic Development Agency; Adopt Resolution No. 2016-09, Authorization to Convey Fee Simple Interest in Real Property known as Perret Park back to the County of Riverside; District 1; [Fund 33200 Co Community Parks]; [$206,550]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

Public Comment

1-0         Deborah Playter spoke regarding tax increases at mobile home park.

 

2-0         Arly D’Arrigo spoke regarding Code Enforcement issues.

 

3-0       Lydia Heusner spoke regarding tax increases on mobile home park.

 

4-0       Tim Sheahan spoke regarding rent review Ordinance on mobile home parks.

 

5-0       Dr. Peter Tynberg spoke regarding the County requiring a secondary road on his property.

 

16.1     TLMA-PLANNING:  Public Hearing on GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1156 (County-initiated) – Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration – First Supervisorial District – Area Plan: Elsinore Area Plan – Location: Generally located along Grand Avenue, east of Lake Elsinore, west of Cleveland National Forest, north of Corydon Road, and south of Bonnie Lea Drive – Project size: 2,626 acres. REQUEST: A General Plan Amendment to replace the existing Elsinore Environs Policy Area with the proposed Lakeland Village Policy Area (“LVPA”) to guide development in the Lakeland Village community.  The project updates the Elsinore Area Plan (“ELAP”) Figure 3: Land Use Plan, Figure 4: Overlay and Policy Areas, Figure 7: Circulation and Figure 8: Trails and Bikeway System to reflect the Community’s vision. For consistency, the project also includes minor amendments to the General Plan Land Use Element, Circulation Element, and Appendix E-1.  [$99,979 total cost - 100% NCC]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

 

Concurrent Executive Session-County of Riverside, Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency, Regional Park and Open Space District, Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Waste Resources Management District, Housing Authority, Riverside Community Housing Corp., In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority and Community Facilities Districts

 

With respect to every item of business to be discussed in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9: CONFERENCE with Legal Counsel-Existing Litigation (Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54946.9)

 

A.1       Carol French v. County of Riverside, et al.   (Case No. RIC 1511670)

 

A.2       DELETED

 

A.3       Van Cade Marsh, et al. v. County of Riverside (Case No. MCC 1401042)

 

A.4       Sierra Club, et al. v. County of Riverside, et al.   (Case No. RIC1600159)

 

A.5       A.A., a minor, by and through her guardian ad litem v. County of Riverside, et al.  (USDC Case No. 5:14-cv-02556)

 

Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation (d)(2) of Government Code Section 54956.9

 

B.1       Three potential cases

 

Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation (d)(4) of Government Code Section 54956.9

 

C.1      One potential case

 

With respect to every item of business to be discussed in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6:

 

D.1      Conference with labor negotiator: Agency Negotiator – Michael T. Stock Employee organizations – Management/Confidential, Unrepresented, RCDDAA, RSA, SEIU, LIUNA, UDW and LEMU

 

With respect to every item of business to be discussed in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54957(a):

 

E.1       Threat to Public Services or Facilities: Consultation with:  Undersheriff William Di Yorio, Riverside County Sheriff’s Dept.

 

With respect to every item of business to be discussed in closed session pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 1462(b):

 

F.1       Report Involving Trade Secret Discussion will concern:  Proposed New Program

(NO REPORT OUT)

 

 

The Vice Chairman declared the meeting adjourned in memory of Tellis Codekas, Robert Birchall Caves, Miguel "Mike" Angel Trevino, Ysidora Melitas Forster, Lupe V. Reyes, and Cathy Lynne Pulsifer.

John Tavaglione, Vice Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

ATTEST:  Kecia Harper-Ihem, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors