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Agenda 2013-12-17

AGENDA

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2013

1st Floor – COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER

4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, California

(Clerk 951-955-1060)

 

9:00 A.M.

 

Invocation by Leti Fierro-Garcia, Senior Administrative Analyst, DPSS/IHSS

 

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

National Anthem – Blind Support Services

 

Presentation – National Memorial Day for Persons in Homelessness

 

Presentation – Inland Empire Classic Mustang Club

 

 

 

 

 

OPENING COMMENTS

 

            BOARD MEMBERS

 

            MEMORIALS / ADJOURNMENTS

 

            EXECUTIVE OFFICER

 

            STATE BUDGET UPDATE

 

 

CLERK OF THE BOARD UPDATE

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION:

 

1-1         CLERK OF THE BOARD:  Proof of Publications.

 

 

The following items do not require specific Board action unless a Board member desires to set the matter for hearing or the matter is appealed.

 

 

1-2       TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGEN CY/PLANNING:    SURFACE MINING PERMIT NO. 139, REVISED PERMIT NO. 1, EA 42476– Mayhew Aggregates & Mine Reclamation – Glen Ivy Zoning District – Temescal Canyon Area Plan – 1st/1st  District, 215 Gross Acres, M-R-A Zoning.  Approved by the Planning Commission. [$0]

            Part 2                          Part 7

            Part 3                          Part 8

            Part 4                          Part 9

            Part 5                          Part 10

            Part 6                         

 

1-3       TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGEN CY/PLANNING:    TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 36317 – Starfield Sycamore Inv LLC – Temescal Area and Alberhill Area – Temescal Canyon Area Plan –  1st/1st  District, 717.1 Gross Acres, S-P  Zoning.  Approved by the Planning Commission. [$0]

            Part 1              Part 6

            Part 2              Part 7

            Part 3

            Part 4

            Part 5

 

 

 

CONSENT CALENDAR:  Presented for Block Approval.  Supervisors have the option of excluding discussion items from a master motion.

 

 

2-1       SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE:  Reappointment of Richard Barnett to the Highgrove Municipal Advisory Committee.

 

2-2       SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE:  Reappointment of Kathleen Cochran to the Highgrove Municipal Advisory Committee.

 

2-3       SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE:  Reappointment of Melanie Zimmerman to the Highgrove Municipal Advisory Committee.

 

2-4       SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE:  Reappointment of Denis Kid to the Highgrove Municipal Advisory Committee.

 

2-5       SUPERVISOR BENOIT:  Reappointment of Susan Senior to the Workforce Investment Board.

 

2-6       SUPERVISOR BENOIT:  Reappointment of Brooks Lockhart to the Workforce Investment Board.

 

2-7       EXECUTIVE OFFICE:  Receive and File the HealthCare Governance Committee (HCGC) update, and Riverside County Regional Medical Center (RCRMC) monthly financial and operational performance update. [$0]

 

2-8       COUNTY COUNSEL:  Approval of the Amended Conflict of Interest Code for the Desert Healthcare District. [$0]

 

2-9       COUNTY COUNSEL:  Approval of the Amended Conflict of Interest Code for the Jurupa Unified School District. [$0]

 

2-10     RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER:  Approval of Medical Staff Appointments, Reappointments and Clinical Privileges.

 

2-11     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION:  TRACT NO. 36280 – Sage Area – 3rd/3rd – Schedule D.  Approval of the Final Map.

 

2-12     TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR:  Receive and File the Treasurer’s Statement of Investment Policy.

 

2-13     DELETED

 

2-14     SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE:  Appointment of Cindy Roth to the Workforce Investment Board.

 

2-15     SUPERVISOR BENOIT:  Appointment of Leticia De Lara to the Riverside County Children and Families Commission.

 

 

POLICY CALENDAR:  Presented for Block Approval:  Supervisors have the option of excluding discussion items from a master motion.

 

3-1       SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE:   Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to the Jurupa Valley Adopt a Family; TruEvolution; Corona Rotary; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$10,000 – General Fund] (4/5 vote required)

 

3-2       EXECUTIVE OFFICE:  Approval of the Development Impact Fee (DIF) Credit Agreement – Trail Development between the County of Riverside and Starfield Sycamore Investors, LCC for Tentative Tract Map No. 31908, Tentative Tract Map No. 31908-1, Tentative Tract Map No. 31908-2, Tentative Tract Map No. 36316, Tentative Tract Map No. 36317, Tentative Tract Map No. 36317-1; and CEQA Findings that Nothing Further is Required. [$85,478 – DIF Western Regional Trails Fund]

 

3-3       EXECUTIVE OFFICE:  Approval of the Riverside County Palm Desert Finance Authority (RCPDFA) – Reallocation of Funds 2008 Series A Certificates of Participation (Capital Improvement Projects) – Reallocation of RCPDFA Bond Proceeds., 4th/4th District. [$100,000 – Reallocation of RCPDFA Bond Proceeds]

 

3-4       COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY:  Approval of the Weatherization Master Service Agreements. [$6,000,000 – 100% Federal Funds]

            Part 2

 

3-5       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY:  East County Detention Center Site Preparation and Demolition Project:  Approval of the Construction Agreement between the County of Riverside and Hal Hays Construction, Inc.; and Approval of the Project Budget, 4th/4th District. [$8,251,799 – General Fund to be reimbursed by Bond Proceeds]

 

3-6       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY:  East County Detention Center Project – Commitment of Funds; and Ratify and Approve the Project expenses already incurred, 4th/4th District. [$274,000,000 – 36.5% State Financing Program / 63.5% General Fund to be reimbursed by Bond Proceeds]

 

3-7       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT:  Ratify the Second Amendment to the Lease – District Attorney; Finding of Notice of Exemption, 3rd/3rd District. [$907,573 – 100% District Attorney Budget]

 

3-8       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT:  East County Parking Structure:  Approval of Short List Selections; and Approval of Design Build Process, 4th/4th District. [$0]

 

3-9       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT:  Adoption of Resolution 2013-172, Authorization to Convey Real Property located in the City of Beaumont, known as Bogart Park - APN 401-210-011, and 402-060-018 to the Riverside County Regional Park & Open Space District; and Findings of Categorical Exemption, 5th/5th District. [$0] (3-18 of 12/10/2013)

 

3-10     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT:  Adoption of Resolution 2013-166, Authorization to Convey Real Property located near Idyllwild, known as Idyllwild Park - APN 560-020-005, 560-020-006, 560-140-011, 560-140-012, 561-020-012, and 561-020-029 to the Riverside County Regional Park & Open Space District, and Findings of Categorical Exemption, 5th/5th District. [$0] (3-19 of 12/10/2013)

 

3-11     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT:  Adoption of Resolution 2013-176, Authorization to Convey Fee Simple Interest in Real Property located northeasterly of the City of Blythe known as Mayflower Park – APN 883-070-003, 833-070-009, and 833-070-010 to the Riverside County Regional Park & Open Space District, and Findings of Categorical Exemption, 4th/4th District. [$0] (3-20 of 12/10/2013)

 

3-12     FIRE:  Approval of the Cooperative Agreement to Provide Fire Protection, Fire Prevention, Rescue and Medical Emergency Services for the City of Temecula; 3rd/3rd District. [$33,221,745 – Contract Revenue from the City of Temecula]

 

3-13     FIRE:  Approval of the Cooperative Agreement to Provide Fire Protection, Fire Prevention, Rescue and Medical Emergency Services for the City of Coachella; 4th/4th District. [$8,302,041 – Contract Revenue from the City of Coachella]

 

3-14     FIRE:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 787.7 an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Amending Ordinance No. 787 Adopting the 2013 California Fire Code; and Finding of Notice of Exemption. [$28,400] (3-22 of 12/10/2013)

 

3-15     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approval of the Exclusive Care – New Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with French Medical Corp.

 

3-16     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with GK Urgi Care, Inc. doing business as SJ Medical Clinic/Urgent Care.

 

3-17     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approval of the Exclusive Care – New Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Inland Eye Specialists, A Medical Corporation.

 

3-18     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approval of the Exclusive Care – New Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Justin Reckard, MD, Inc.

 

3-19     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Inland Podiatry Group, Inc.

 

3-20     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Shumei Tong, MD.

 

3-21     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approval of the Exclusive Care – New Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Tarin Medical Corporation.

 

3-22     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Peter F. Horton, DC.

 

3-23     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approval of the Exclusive Care – New Exclusive Provider Option Behavioral Health Contractor Agreement with Kara Tiffany, MFT.

 

3-24     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Menifee Global Multi-Specialty Medical Group, Inc.

 

3-25     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Pars Surgery, A Medical Corporation.

 

3-26     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Behavioral Health Contractor Agreement with Lorenzo E. Flores, MFT.

 

3-27     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Behavioral Health Contractor Agreement with Teresa A. Darling, MD, Medical Corporation.

 

3-28     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Leonel Rodriguez, MD.

 

3-29     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Ratify and Approval of the Exclusive Care – New Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Palm Desert Pediatrics, Inc.

 

3-30     HUMAN RESOURCES:  Approval of the Exclusive Care – Renewal Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with I-Hsuing Chen, MD.

 

3-31     INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICE:  Approval of Revised Board Policy A-68 pertaining to Trustworthy Official Electronic Records Preservation. [$0] (4/5 vote required)

 

3-32     MENTAL HEALTH:  Ratify the Consents to Assignment of Agreement for Mental Health Services. [$0]

 

3-33     MENTAL HEALTH:  Ratify the One Year Renewal of a Professional Services Agreement with Claremont Graduate University. [$254,306 – 100% State]

 

3-34     MENTAL HEALTH:  Approval of the Operating Lease Renewal Addendum with Modular Space Corporation. [$115,248 – 100% State]

 

3-35     MENTAL HEALTH:  Approval of Cooperative Agreements in connection with Mental Health Services Act housing at the Rancho Dorado North, The Vineyards at Menifee, Legacy, Cedar Glen, and Verbena Crossing apartment communities. [$0]

 

3-36     MENTAL HEALTH:  Approval of LPS (5150) Designation of Corona Regional Medical Center for Involuntary Detention of Mentally Disordered Persons for Evaluation and Treatment. [$0]

 

3-37     MENTAL HEALTH:  Ratify the Agreement with CompuTrust Software Corporation for FY 2013-2014. [$92,404 – 67% State / 19% County / 9% Other / 5% Federal]

 

3-38     MENTAL HEALTH:  Approval of the Contract Aggregate to Provide Mental Health Services; and Ratify the Agreement with Telecare Corporation. [$53,329,430 – 94% State / 6% Federal]

 

3-39     OFFICE ON AGING:  Receive and File the Memorandum of Understanding with Riverside County Department of Mental Health for Prevention and Early Intervention Services through the Care Pathways Aftercare Program; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$102,693 – 100% Department Budget] (4/5 vote required)

 

3-40     OFFICE ON AGING:  Approval of the Contract Agreement with Independent Living Partnership for Aging Disability Resource Connection for Fiscal Year 2013-2014. [$40,008 – 100% Independent Living Partnership]

 

3-41     PUBLIC HEALTH:  Approval of Agreement #13-20527 with the California Department of Public Health. [$11,195,880 – 100% Network for a Healthy California Federal Funds]

 

3-42     PUBLIC HEALTH:  Approval to increase the amount of the Purchase Order with Qiagen, Inc. for the purchase of QuantiFERON Tuberculosis In-Tubei test kits and reagents. [$400,000 – 100% cost of testing will be offset by revenue charged by the laboratory]

 

3-43     PUBLIC HEALTH:  Approval of Agreement #14-056 with the Morongo Band of Mission Indians for Advanced Life Support (ALS) First Responder Services, 5th/5th District. [$0]

 

3-44     PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES:  Approval of the Agreement with SAS Institute Inc. for the upgrade, installation, and configuration of SAS Business Intelligence Software. [$879,014 – 55/4% Federal Funds / 24.63% State Funds / 2.63% County Funds / 17.34% Realignment Funds]

 

3-45     PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES:  Ratify the Extension of Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Professional Services Agreement #CS-02438-01 with Prevent Child Abuse Riverside County. [$81,002 – 100% Other Funds]

 

3-46     PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES:  Acceptance of CAPP-3045 Local Agreement Amendment # for Child Development Services with the California Department of Education; and Adoption of Resolution 2013-257. [$38,715 – 78.07% Federal Funding / 21.93% State Funding]

 

3-47     RIVERSIDE COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY:  Approval of the Professional Service Agreement with Motorola; and Approval of the Motorola Technical Services and Site Support Maintenance Agreement for Public Safety Enterprise Communication Support without securing competitive bids. [$5,433,025 – RCIT/Critical Communication Solutions Division

 

3-48     RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER:  Approval of the Amendment to the Professional Medical Services Agreement with RadNet Management, Inc. [$0]

 

 3-49    RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER:  Ratify the Amendment to the Professional Medical Services Agreement with Faculty Physicians and Surgeons of Loma Linda School of Medicine. [$0]

 

3-50     RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER:  Ratify the First Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with Morrison Management Specialist, Inc. [$530,000 – Hospital Enterprise Funds]

 

3-51     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY:  Adoption of an Order Initiating an Ordinance Amendment to Implement “Business Friendly” modifications to the Land Use Planning and Zoning Ordinance (Ordinance No.  348). [$150,000 – Planning Department Budget]

 

3-52     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING:  Adoption of Resolution 2013-279 Amending the Riverside County General Plan – Third Cycle of General Plan Amendments for 2013 (GPA NO. 1110); Adoption of Resolution 2013-273 Adopting Amendment No. 2 to SPECIFIC PLAN NO. 288 (Winchester Crossroads); and ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 348.4772, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Amending Ordinance No. 348 relating to Zoning (ZC 7767); and Consideration of Addendum to EIR No. 376, 3rd/3rd District. [$155,000 – Developer Funded Deposit Based Fee]

 

3-53     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION:  Utility Agreement with Southern California Edison Company for the Relocation of Transmission and Distribution Electrical Facilities, Interstate 215 at Newport Road Interchange, City of Menifee, 3rd/5th Districts. [$218,715 – 100% Menifee R&BBD]

 

3-54     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION:  Utility Agreement with Verizon California, Inc. for the Relocation of Telephone Facilities, Interstate 215 at Newport Road Interchange, City of Menifee, 3rd/5th Districts. [$163,096 – 100% Menifee R&BBD]

 

3-55     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION:  Utility Agreement with Verizon California, Inc. for the Relocation of Telephone Facilities, Interstate 215 at Scott Road Interchange, City of Menifee and City of Murrieta, 3rd/5th Districts. [$146,888 – 100% Scott Ro R&BBD]

 

3-56     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION:  Clay Street/Union Pacific Railroad Grade Separation Project in the City of Jurupa Valley:  Approval of two addenda to the plans and specifications; Acceptance of the Low Bid and Award of Contract to Ames Construction, Inc.; and Approval of the Project’s Proposed Budget, 2nd/2nd District. [$15,948,405 – 43.4% CMAQ / 55.5% Proposition 1B [Trade Corridor Improvement Funds] / 1.1% Local Funds]

 

3-57     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION:  Receive and File the Report on the Mission Boulevard Underground Utility District, Rule 20A District 39, City of Jurupa Valley, 2nd/2nd District. [$1,200,000 – Previously approved Rule 20A budget]

 

3-58     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION:  Acceptance of the Notice of Completion – Pedestrian Sidewalk Construction and Associated Improvements, Krameria Avenue in the Woodcrest Area and Jurupa Road in the City of Jurupa Valley, 1st/1st & 2nd/2nd District. [$544,783 – 43% SRTS Safe Route to School / 28% SB 821 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Program / 27% Measure A/Western / 2% Western Municipal Water District]

 

3-59     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION:  Acceptance of the Notice of Completion –Construction of Indiana Avenue and Grant Street Roadway Improvements in the Community of Home Gardens, 2nd/2nd District. [$188,361 – 23% Gas Tax (ABX8-9 Mar 2010 New HUTA / 76.7% Community Development Block Grant Funds / 0.3% Home Gardens Sanitary District]

 

3-60     SUPERVISOR ASHLEY:  Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for IE Arsenal; Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation; Inland Empire Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Association (IEBSHA); and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$4,000 – General Fund]

 

3-61     SUPERVISOR BENOIT:  Entertainment for the Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival, 4th/4th District. [$100,000 – Fair Funds]

 

3-62     ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH:  Final Approval and Adoption of Tentatively Approved Amendments to Ordinance No. 580 Relating to Mobile Food Facilities. [$0]

 

3-63     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY:  East County Detention Center-Cumulative Project Update. [$0]

 

3-64     HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of the 2012-2015 MOU with Riverside County In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Public Authority and United Domestic Workers Union. [$125,308,919 – Fed (14%); State (8%); Realignment (61%); County (17%)] (See item 7-1)

 

3-65     DELETED

 

3-66     DELETED

 

3-67     SUPERVISOR STONE:  Establishment of the Military Veterans Recognition Act (MVRA). [$0]

 

 

 

 

SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING:

 

4-1       Mission Plaza Improvement Project – Land Development Approvals, 2nd/2nd District. [$0]

 

 

PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY MEETING:

 

5-         (No Business)

 

 

 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MEETING:

 

6-         (No Business)

 

 

 

IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY MEETING:

 

7-1         HUMAN RESOURCES AND IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY:  Approval of the 2012-2015 MOU with Riverside County In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Public Authority and United Domestic Workers Union. [$125,308,919 – Fed (14%); State (8%); Realignment (61%); County (17%)] (See item 3-64)

 

 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT LEGISLATIVE BODY MEETING:

 

8-         (No Business)

 

 

9:30 A.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

9-1       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY:  Public Hearing on the County of Riverside’s Community Planning and Development Funded Programs’ Year-End Summary of Accomplishments Presented in the 2012-2013 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report.

 

9-2       TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION:  Public Hearing on the Adoption of Resolution 2013-250, Authorization to Terminate the Maintenance of Skyline Drive from the Corona City limits westerly to the Orange-Riverside Counties boundary line, in the Corona area, 2nd/2nd District. [N/A] (3-48 of 11/26/2013) (Department Requests Continuance to January 14, 2014 @ 9:30 a.m.)

 

 

10:30 A.M. HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING:

 

10-1     Mission Plaza Improvement Project:  Approval of the Land Development Approvals including Notice of Lot Line Adjustment and Public Road and Utility Easement for the Housing Component, 2nd/2nd District. [$0]

 

 

10:30 A.M. FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT MEETING:

 

 

11-1     Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Multi-Year Consulting Services Agreement for Technical Support to Safety Program. [$31,200 – Administration/Consultant]

 

11-2     Approval of a One Year Consulting Services Agreement between the District and Carmen Group, Inc. for Washington Representation. [$175,000 – Administration – Legislative Management Services]

 

11-3     Approval of the Subsequent Research Implementation Agreement to Develop and Implement a Laboratory Intercalibration Program for Toxicity. [$7,142 – Santa Ana Assessment, NPDES Contribution]

 

11-4     Calimesa Channel:  Adoption of Resolution F2013-33 Declaration of Exempt Surplus Real Property; and Notice of Intent to Sell District Owned Real Property located in the City of Calimesa, 5th/5th District. [$0]

 

11-5     Approval of the Cooperative Agreement between the District, City of Eastvale, D.R. Horton Los Angeles Holding Company, Inc. for Eastvale Master Drainage Plan Line D – Schleisman Road Storm Drain Lateral (Tract No. 34014), 2nd/2nd District. [$0]

 

11-6     Approval of the Cooperative Agreement between the District, City of Eastvale, Lennar Homes of California, Inc. for Presidio Road Storm Drain (Tract No. 36382), 2nd/2nd District. [$0]

 

11-7     Anza Basin:  Approval of Lease Amendment No. 1 to District Owned Real Property; and Finding of Notice of Exemption, 1st/1st District. [$0]

 

11-8     Murrieta Creek Phase II:  Adoption of Resolution F2013-32 Authorization to Purchase a Right of Entry and Temporary Construction Easement in APN 922-053-037; Approval of Agreement for Sale and Purchase of Real Property between the District and S & L Hasan, and CEQA Finding of Nothing Further is Required, 3rd /3rd District. [$126,000 – Murrieta Creek Project]

 

11-9     Approval of the Amendment to the Annual Maintenance and Support Renewal for SunGard Public Sector Software to include Applicable Taxes. [$160,999 – Data Processing Computer Equipment-Software]

 

11-10   Approval of the Plans and Specifications for the North Norco Channel, Stage 10, 2nd/2nd District. [$0] (Clerk to advertise)

 

11-11   San Jacinto Master Drainage Plan Line C, Stage 2, Lines C-4, C-5 and B:  Approval of the Low Bid and Award of Contract to H & H General Contractors, Inc., 3rd/3rd District. [$6,999,014 – Zone 4 Const/Maint/Misc-Contracts]

 

 

10:30 A.M. COUNTY BOARD AND WASTE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DISTRICT MEETING:

 

COUNTY:

 

12-1C  Approval of the Professional Service Agreement for Household Hazardous Collection and Disposal Services for Countywide HHW Collection Program. [$1,074,720 – Waste Management Department Enterprise]

 

12-2C  Approval of the Sole Source Procurement with Al Jon Manufacturing for the purchase of parts to ensure Operations Availability of Landfill Compactors. [$36,100 – Waste Management Enterprise Funds]

 

 

DISTRICT:

 

12D-    (No Business)

 

 

10:30 A.M. COUNTY BOARD AND REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT MEETING:

 

COUNTY:

 

13-C    (No Business)

 

DISTRICT:

 

13-D    (No Business)

 

 

 

PUBLIC COMMENT:

 

Members of the Public are encouraged to address the Board of Supervisors.  Anyone who wishes to speak must submit a comment request card to the board clerk.  Each speaker should begin by identifying themselves for the record and is allowed up to three minutes.  An orange light on the podium indicates one minute remaining.

 

In accordance with Board Policy A-2, section 14, the Chair requests that all present refrain from any action that might disrupt the orderly course of the meeting.  Coarse, crude, profane, or vulgar language, or unsolicited comments from the audience, which disrupts or disturbs the Board meeting, may result in exclusion from the meeting.  Board members are not allowed to take formal action on items not on the published agenda.  As a result, immediate response to public comments may be limited.

 

 

10:30 A.M. GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT INITIATION PROCEEDINGS:

 

15-1     TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1122 (ENTITLEMENT/POLICY AMENDMENT) - County of Riverside – All Districts. The Planning Director recommends that the Board adopt an order initiating proceedings for the above-referenced general plan amendment to propose the 5th Cycle update to the Housing Element (Chapter 8) for the Riverside County General Plan in accordance with, and incorporating revisions, approved by the State of California Department of Housing and Community Development (HUD) for the planning period of October 15, 2013 to October 15, 2021. [$70,000]

 

 

 

10:30 A.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

16-

 

 

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, PERRIS VALLEY CEMETERY DISTRICT, 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 54956.9)

 

A.1      County of Riverside v. Robert Rios, et al.   (Case No. INC 1301306)

 

A.2      Shirley Jean Johnson v. Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Officer Gordon, and DOES 1 through 200   (Case No. RIC 1100143)

 

A.3      Stertina Johnson v. State of California, et al.   (Case No. 537274)

 

A.4      Frank Ramos v. George Rogers   (Case No. RIC 1114084; consolidated with RIC 1118545)

 

A.5      Hector David Walker, Meagan June Walker, B.W., a minor by and through his guardian ad litem, Maria Baker  (Case No. CV11-08918 GW (JCx))

 

Conference with legal counsel-anticipated litigation:

Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(2) of Government Code Section 54956.9:

 

B.1      Two potential cases

 

Conference with legal counsel-anticipated litigation:

Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (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:

Special Meeting to be considered at or after 12:30 p.m.

D.1 Public Employee Performance Evaluation
Title: County Executive Officer

 

 

RECESS TO LUNCH

 

 

 

 

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