SEPTEMBER 2, 1997 COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING BOARD HEARING ROOM 105 EAST ANAPAMU STREET, FOURTH FLOOR SANTA BARBARA The Board of Supervisors meets concurrently as the Board of Directors of the Flood Control & Water Conservation District, the Water Agency, and other Special Districts. Persons may address the Board in person or by using the remote video testimony system on any matter listed on the agenda by completing and delivering to the Clerk a speaker slip before the item is considered. Matters not listed on the agenda may be addressed at the public comment period following the administrative agenda. Further information on agenda items can be obtained in the Clerk of the Board Office, Room 407, in the County Administration Building in Santa Barbara. I. 8:00 a.m. - Convened and recessed to Closed Session (Posted Addendum - Available Friday) II. 9:00 a.m. - Reconvened to Regular Session III. Roll Call Absent: Graffy IV. Invocation, Nancy Rasmussen, Personnel Department V. Pledge of Allegiance VI. Report from Closed Session No action to report. VII. Approval of Minutes of the August 26, 1997 meeting; Schwartz/Marshall Approved. VIII. Administrative Agenda A C T I O N S U M M A R Y (UNOFFICIAL) ADMINISTRATIVE Approved by Roll Call Vote on One Motion These Items Read Only on Request of Board Members A-1) Health Care Services- Execute agreement with the Santa Barbara Regional Health Authority (SBRHA) to provide medical services for Medi-Cal patients delivered in the County Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) clinics for the period of July 1, 1997, to June 30, 1999, with a total compensation limit of $4.8 million dollars. (97-20,416) Schwartz/Marshall Approved; Chair to execute. A-2) Mental Health Services - Execute the Lease Agreement with Santa Barbara Bank and Trust for the building at 117 North B Street, Lompoc, to be used for the Children's Grant Multiagency Integrated System of Care (MISC) program, for a monthly rate of $5,750, Fourth District. (97-20,462) Schwartz/Marshall Approved; Chair to execute. Public Works - A-3) Execute Legal Services Agreement with Oliver, Vose Sandifer Murphy & Lee for legal services in right-of-way acquisition for the Cathedral Oaks Road Circulation Link Segment 2 Improvement Project , in the amount of $50,000, Third District. (97-20,590) Schwartz/Marshall Approved; Chair to execute. A-4) Approve and execute Amendment No. 2 to the professional services agreement with Martin & Kane, Inc., for additional construction management for the Alamo Pintado Road Bridge Replacement at Alamo Pintado Creek Bridge near Los Olivos, in the amount of $16,887, Third District. (97-20,391) Schwartz/Marshall Approved; Chair to execute. A-5) Set date to consider recommendations regarding the Cathedral Oaks Road Circulation Link Segment 3 project, Third District, as follows: (97-20,650) (SET DATE FOR SEPTEMBER 16, 1997; EST. TIME: 30 MIN.) a) Certify the Final Environmental Impact Report 96-EIR- 06, dated July 6, 1997, for the Cathedral Oaks Road Circulation Link Segment 3 Project pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) guidelines; b) Adopt the CEQA Findings and Statement of Overriding Considerations and approve the project; c) Adopt the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan; d) Authorize the County Public Works Department to proceed with negotiations and acquisition of the real property as described in Section 2.4.1 of 96-EIR-06, on behalf of the County; e) Authorize the Director of Public Works to advertise for construction bids for the project. Schwartz/Marshall Date set for September 16, 1997. County Clerk-Recorder-Assessor - A-6) Appoint four (4) members to the Cachuma Resource Conservation District Board of Directors as follows: (97-20,491) a) Anthony Brown b) Ernest Righetti II c) Richard L. Russell d) Le Roy Scolari Schwartz/Marshall Approved appointments. A-7) Appoint members of special district board of directors in lieu of election pursuant to Section 10515 of the California Elections Code as follows: (97-20,491) a) Carpinteria Valley Water District - Four year term i) Glen M. Hickey ii) Frederick Lemere iii) Matthew Thurmond Roberts b) Capinteria Valley Water District -Two year term i) June Van Wingerden c) Embarcadero Municipal Improvement District - Four year term i) Hugh P. Mc Gonigle ii) J. William Mc Lafferty, Jr. iii) Steven K. Penniman d) Goleta Sanitary District - Four year term i) John S. Carter ii) Elbert W. Trantow e) Montecito Sanitary District - Four year term i) Robert B. Begley ii) Deirdre M. Cannata f) Montecito Sanitary District - Two year term i) Peter S. Clark g) Montecito Water District - Four year term i) Tim Campbell ii) Robert M. Jones iii) Robert W. Puddicombe h) Orcutt Fire District - Four year term i) Rudolph Z. Molina i) Santa Maria Valley Water Conservation District, Div. #3 - Four year term i) Vincent R. Ferrante j) Santa Maria Valley Water Conservation District, Div. #6 - Four year term i) Owen S. Rice k) Santa Ynez River Water Conservation District, Div. #1 - Four year term i) John Markon l) Santa Ynez River Water Conservation District, Div. #5 - Four year term i) Joseph A. Foss m) Summerland Sanitary District - Two year term i) John D. Hodgins Schwartz/Marshall Approved appointments. A-8) Parks Department - Adopt resolution transferring personnel from the Cachuma Sanitation District Budget to the Park Department Budget for FY 1997/98, effective July 1, 1997, as follows: (97-20,506) a) Cachuma Sanitation District, Budget Unit 9131 - i) - Delete one Water Sewer Plant Operations Chief position, class 7655, range ($2,865-$3,497/mo.) ii) - Delete one Water Sewer Operator I/II position, class 7652/7653, range ($1,820-$2,221/$2,430-$2,966/mo.) b) Park Department, Budget Unit 7620 - i) - Add one Water Sewer Plant Operations Chief position, class 7655, range ($2,865-$3,497/mo.) ii) - Add one Water Sewer Operator I/II position, class 7652/7653, range ($1,820-$2,221/$2,430-$2,966/mo.) Schwartz/Marshall Adopted a) and b). RESOLUTION NO. 97 - 379 A-9) Personnel Actions, Various Budget Units - Adopt resolutions (2) in accordance with proposed budget as follows: (97-20,408) a) Personnel - Establish job classifications effective September 8, 1997 as follows: - Aircraft Mechanic, class 0415, range 511 ($3,103 - $3,788/mo.) - Third District Administrative Assistant class 7420, range 483 ($2,698 - $3,294/mo.) - Family Law Facilitator, class 3446, range 617 ($5,264 - $6,427/mo.) b) Personnel - i) - Various changes for department position allocations, effective August 25, 1997. ii) - Various changes for department position allocations, effective September 8, 1997. c) County Administrator - Add one full time Project Manager, class 6077, and set the salary for the position at a flat rate of approximately $74,000 per year effective September 8, 1997. Schwartz/Marshall Adopted a), b) ii and c). RESOLUTION NO. 97 - 380 Adopted b) i. RESOLUTION NO. 97 - 381 County Administrator - A-10) Adopt resolution to determine that the Project Manager position in the County Administrator's Office be at- will status (exempt from Civil Service System). (97-20,614) Schwartz/Marshall Adopted. RESOLUTION NO. 97 - 381 A-11) Approve recommendations regarding the Information System Advisory Committee (ISAC) Countywide Geographic Information System (GIS) Report as follows: (97-20,406) a) Continue to support the Clerk-Recorder-Assessor as the lead GIS coordinator for the County as adopted by your Board in November, 1994. b) As resources permit, support the development of new and enhanced systems which will build upon and interface with the base maps currently under development by the Clerk- Recorder-Assessor mapping staff. c) Direct the Clerk-Recorder-Assessor's staff to return to the Board in November, 1997 with an estimate of the resources required to accelerate the GIS project of vectorizing and georeferencing the remaining map books. Schwartz/Marshall Approved a) through c). A-12) Treasurer-Tax Collector - Waive bid requirements and authorize the Purchasing Agent to contract with DataProse Inc., a subsidiary of Kinko's, for the manufacture, printing, and mailing of Santa Barbara County secured property tax statements for FY 1997/98. (97-20,367) Schwartz/Marshall Approved and authorized. A-13) General Services - Execute the Lease Agreement with the Goleta Union School District for the term of forty years in return for the expansion and operation of playing fields at Isla Vista Elementary School which will be open to the public when not in use for educational uses. (97-20,464) Schwartz/Marshall Approved; Chair to execute. A-14) Supervisor Marshall - Execute the Assignment of Stewardship and Monitoring Responsibilities for the Fairview Gardens Agricultural Conservation Easement between the County of Santa Barbara, the Land Trust for Santa Barbara County and the Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens. (97-20,424) Schwartz/Marshall Approved; Chair to execute. Board of Directors, Flood Control & Water Conservation District A-15) Execute Maintenance Agreement with Cathedral Point Associates, LP, owners of the Storke-Hollister Research Center, for perpetual maintenance responsibility of the present and future property owners for private drainage improvements, Third District. (97-20,472) Schwartz/Marshall Item withdrawn from agenda. A-16) Supervisor Urbanske - Approve and execute letter encouraging more film productions in Santa Barbara County, for insertion into the County Film Services Guide. (97-20,426) Schwartz/Marshall Approved; Chair to execute. Schwartz/Marshall Approved administrative agenda as amended. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD Persons desiring to address the Board must complete and deliver to the Clerk the form which is available at the Hearing Room entrance prior to the commencement of this comment period. EACH PERSON MAY ADDRESS THE BOARD FOR UP TO THREE MINUTES FOR A TOTAL PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD OF NO MORE THAN 15 MINUTES. (Resolution No. 92-398) (97-20,349) RE: Homeless Issues/Compassion for the Needy - Bob Hansen addressed the Board. RE: Oil and Private Property Issues in Toro Canyon - John Thorndike addressed the Board.
DEPARTMENTAL TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR 1) Consider the adoption of a resolution approving the submission of a 1997 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Planning and Technical Assistance application to the State Department of Housing and Community Development to fund the preparation of a survey and strategy of preserving the County's stock in Goleta Old Town; and authorizing the commitment of $1,400 of local funds; and authorizing the Treasurer-Tax Collector to sign all documents required for submittal and execution of the County's CDBG application. (97-20,457) (FROM AUGUST 19, 1997; EST. TIME: 5 MIN.) COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVE Marshall/Graffy Adopted. RESOLUTION NO. 97-382 COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR 2) Economic Development Director - Time Certain 9:30 a.m. - Consider recommendations to pursue Microenterprise Development and to include it in the County's Economic Development Work Plan: (97 20,417) (FROM AUGUST 19, 1997; EST. TIME: 10 MIN.) COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVE Staffel/Graffy Approved staff recommendation. 3) County Administrator - Consider recommendations regarding the Board of Supervisors response to the 1996-97 Grand Jury Interim Final Report on Boards and Commissions as follows: (97 20,584) (FROM AUGUST 26, 1997; EST. TIME: 10 MIN.) a) Adopt the response of the County Administrator as the Board of Supervisor' response to the 1996-97 Grand Jury Interim Final Report on Boards and Commissions and authorize the Chair to sign the transmittal letter. b) Direct the County Administrator to transmit the letter and response to the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court and the 1996-97 Grand Jury Foreperson. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVE Graffy/Marshall a) Adopted; Chair to execute. b) Directed. AUDITOR-CONTROLLER 4) Consider recommendations for the purchase and installation of Human Resources/Payroll system software as follows: (97-20,370) (EST TIME: 10 MIN.) a) Accept Human Resources System Acquisition Proposal; and b) Approve System License Agreement between In-Power, Inc. and the County of Santa Barbara for Human Resources and Payroll System software in the amount of $250,000 plus reimbursement for reasonable and necessary travel and living expenses incurred in connection with providing installation services and training; and c) Approve and execute Professional Services Agreement with InPower, Inc. for consulting, systems analysis, systems design, programming design, training and other associated services to assist County in planning for, upgrading and/or implementation of the InPower Payroll software products licensed by the County; and d) Approve and execute Professional Services Order Letter authorizing the rendering of services per agreement with InPower, Inc. for a maximum of 2,400 hours at $125 per hour, maximum total of $300,000. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVE Staffel/Schwartz a) through d) Approved; Chair to execute. Absent: Graffy PUBLIC WORKS 5) Consider the adoption of Resolution of Necessity for the acquisition of permanent and temporary construction easements associated with the Cathedral Oaks Road Circulation Link Segment 2 Improvement Project, on a portion of AP No. 79-120-67, owned by Brian and Kristen Kittle, Third District. (97-20,590) (FROM AUGUST 26, 1997; EST. TIME: 10 MIN.) COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVE Marshall/Staffel Adopted. RESOLUTION NO. 97-383 COUNTY COUNSEL 6) HEARING - To consider the adoption of a resolution ordering the formation of a Geologic Hazard Abatement District (GHAD) for the Del Playa Seawall and appointing Board of Directors for the District, Third District, as follows: (97-20,477) (FROM; MAY 7; MAY 28; MARCH 11; MAY 20; JUNE 17; JULY 1, JULY 22, AUGUST 19, 1997; EST. TIME: 30 MIN.) COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVE NOTE: Hearing date has been set for October 7, 1997, for consideration of trigger conditions for removal of Del Playa Seawall and Board action on conditional use permit. Staffel/Graffy Adopted. RESOLUTION NO. 97-384 No: Schwartz, Marshall PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 7) Approve amendments to the Findings of Approval of Overriding Considerations for the Orcutt Community Plan. (FROM JULY 21; JULY 22, 1997; EST. TIME: 15 MIN.) (97-20,436) COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVE Staffel/Graffy Approved. No: Schwartz, Marshall PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 8) HEARING - To consider the adoption of Ordinance 97-OA- 002, approving the Monarch Point Reserve Development Agreement, Third District. (97-20,577) (FROM MAY 6; JUNE 24, JULY 22, AUGUST 19, 1997; EST. TIME: 45 MIN. ) (TESTIMONY IS LIMITED TO DISCUSSION OF THE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT) COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVE Graffy/Staffel Adopted. ORDINANCE NO. 4280 No: Schwartz, Marshall ADJOURN TO: September 9, 1997 Betteravia Government Center Board Hearing Room, 511 East Lakeside Parkway Santa Maria ANNOUNCEMENTS THE MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 2, 1997 , WILL BE TELECAST LIVE ON GOVERNMENT ACCESS TV CHANNEL 20 AT 9:00 A. M., AND WILL BE REBROADCAST ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1997 , AT 5:00 P.M. ON GATV CHANNEL 20.
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