AGENDA

TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 2008

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

1st FLOOR – COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER

4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, Calif.

(Clerk 951-955-1060)

9:00 A.M.

Invocation by Cecelia Wycoff, Office Assistant II, Transportation Department, Survey Division

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

Presentation of Proclamation - June 2008 as Adopt-A-Shelter Cat Month to Robert Miller, Director, Betsey Webster, Deputy Director, and Lori Neddermann, Animal Adoption Chief – Item 2.4

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OPENING COMMENTS:

BOARD MEMBERS

EXECUTIVE OFFICER

STATE BUDGET UPDATE

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ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION:

1.1 CLERK OF THE BOARD: Proof of Publications.

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

2.1 SUPERVISOR WILSON: Re-appointment to the Riverside County Trails Committee.

2.2 ASSESSOR-COUNTY CLERK-RECORDER: Riverside County Archives Commission Annual Report for 2008.

2.3 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER: Cash Overages & Shortages for the period January 2008 through March 2008.

2.4 COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENCY/ANIMAL SERVICES: Proclaim June 2008 as Adopt-A-Shelter Cat Month.

2.5 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Adoption of Resolution 2008-120 Accepting a portion of Horseshoe Trail and Purple Sage Trail for public road and utility purposes, in the Juniper Flats area, 5th District.

2.6 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Adoption of Resolution 2008-246 Accepting Navajo Springs Road for public road and utility purposes, in the Sedco Hills area, 1st District.

2.7 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Adoption of Resolution 2008-248, Notice of Intention to Change the Name of Marine Drive to Orange Blossom Lane, in the Hemet area, 3rd District. (Hrg. Set 7/1/08 @ 9:30 a.m. – Clerk to advertise)

2.8 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Treasurer’s Monthly Disclosure Report on Investment.

2.9 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Treasurer’s Purchase Detail Report.

2.10 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Treasurer’s Monthly Statement of County and School Funds.

2.11 SUPERVISOR BUSTER: Re-appointment to the Riverside County Trails Committee.

2.12 SUPERVISOR BUSTER: Re-appointment to the Emergency Medical Care Committee.

2.13 SUPERVISOR BUSTER: Re-appointment to the Advisory Committee on Substance Abuse.

2.14 SUPERVISOR BUSTER: Re-appointment to the Commission for Women.

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POLICY CALENDAR: Presented for Block Approval; Supervisors have the option of excluding discussion

items from a master motion.

3.1 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Heritage High School, Perris High School, DesertArc, City of Perris, and Breast Cancer 3-Day benefit, and Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3.2 SUPERVISOR STONE: Third District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Animal Rescue Friends of Idyllwild and Rancho Damacitas, and Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3.3 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for The Lamar Companies, and Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3.4 SUPERVISOR WILSON: Fourth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Desert Cities’ Sluggers, and Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3.5 SUPERVISOR WILSON: Fourth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Indio Performing Arts Center for the Summer Youth Classes, and Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3.6 SUPERVISOR WILSON: Fourth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Coachella Valley High School Annual Salute to the Troops USO Show, and Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3.7 SUPERVISOR WILSON: Minor Change to boundary of Thousand Palms Community Council.

3.8 SUPERVISOR WILSON: Adoption of Resolution 2008-297 Creating the Desert Palms Community Council.

3.9 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Cash Advance for CORAL (County of Riverside Asset Leasing Corporation) and Pension Obligation Bond Debt Service.

3.10 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Approval of Standard Agreement (08-0096) with the California Department of Food and Agriculture regarding Egg Quality Control.

3.11 ASSESSOR-COUNTY CLERK-RECORDER, TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR and CODE ENFORCEMENT: Approval of Agreement for Title Search Services for Other Than Low Bid with RZ Title Services, Inc. for the Assessor-Clerk-Recorder, Treasurer-Tax Collector, and TLMA Code Enforcement.

3.12 COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENCY/ANIMAL SERVICES: Approval of the Fourth Amendment to Agreement with the City of Coachella Field Contract (05-063).

3.13 COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENCY/ANIMAL SERVICES: Ratify the Agreement with Ramona Humane Society for the Albert and Anna Herdina Memorial Fund Contract (07-085).

3.14 COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENCY/PUBLIC HEALTH: Approval of Modification of Agreement of the National Association of County and City Health Officials to extend performance period from October 1, 2007 through May 14, 2008 to September 30, 2008.

3.15 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of Sole Source Agreement with GIS Planning, Inc.

3.16 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Consent to the Assignment of Aviation Ground Lease, Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport, 4th District.

3.17 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Approval in-principle for the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility Expansion No. 3 for Support Projects, 5th District.

3.18 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Architectural and Engineering Services Agreement with DMJM H&N, Inc., for the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility Video Visitation Center, 5th District.

3.19 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Ratify the Lease Agreement – Superior Court, Riverside, and Approval of Budget Adjustments, 1st District. (4/5 vote required)

3.20 FIRE: Authorization for the FY 08-09 State Fire Assistance Grant.

3.21 FIRE: Approval of Purchase of 9-1-1 Educational Materials for Kids (grades K-2) as a single source from vendor 9-1-1- for Kids.

3.22 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Homan Abdollahzadeh, M.D.

3.23 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Nalin Nanyakkara, M.D., Inc.

3.24 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Derakhsh Fozouni, M.D., doing business as Dr. Fozouni.

3.25 HUMAN RESOURCES: Ratify the Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Retina Consultants of Southern California Medical Associates, Inc.

3.26 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Parkview Outpatient Medical Group, Inc.

3.27 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with SoCal Rehab Associates, Inc. doing business as Brockton Physical Therapy.

3.28 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Daryl Richardson, D.C.

3.29 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option Behavioral Health Contractor Agreement with Alan R. McThomas, Ph.D.

3.30 HUMAN RESOURCES: Ratify the Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option Behavioral Health Contractor Agreement with Rory Goshon, MFT.

3.31 HUMAN RESOURCES: Ratify the Exclusive Care – Exclusive Provider Option First Amendment to the Behavioral Health Contractor Agreement with Dorothea J. Van Leeuwen doing business as “A Better Way Center for Wellness”.

3.32 HUMAN RESOURCES: Ratify the Medical Plan Contract Renewal with Blue Shield of California.

3.33 HUMAN RESOURCES: Ratify the Medical Plan Contract Renewal with Kaiser Permanente.

3.34 HUMAN RESOURCES: Ratify the Medical Plan Contract Renewal with PacifiCare.

3.35 HUMAN RESOURCES: Ratify the Addendum to Blue Shield Medical Contracts for Healthy Lifestyle Rewards Program.

3.36 HUMAN RESOURCES: Non-synchronized 4/10 and Telecommuting Alternate Work Arrangements. (3.39 of 6/3/08)

3.37 MENTAL HEALTH: Ratify the Performance Agreement between the State Department of Mental Health and Riverside County Department of Mental Health and Adoption of Resolution 2008-268.

3.38 OFFICE ON AGING: Approval of Two-Year Contract Agreement with the California Department of Aging and the Office on Aging to implement the Multi-Purpose Senior Services Program (MS-0809-24) for FY 08-09 and FY 09-10.

3.39 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Approval of Amendment to the Agreement with Professional Tutors of America.

3.40 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Approval of Multi-year Agreement between 3M Health Information System and Riverside County Regional Medical Center.

3.41 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Approval of the Professional Services Agreement with DeAnza Orthopedic Medical Group, Inc. and the First Amendment to the Professional Faculty Services Agreement with DeAnza Orthopedic Medical Group, Inc.

3.42 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Approval of Budget Adjustments to Purchase Furniture and Equipment and make Office Modifications for the Sheriff’s Information Services Bureau. (4/5 vote required)

3.43 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Acceptance of the Contribution Payment from Global Premier Development, Inc., in compliance with Condition of Approval 90 PLANNING 18 for Plot Plan No. 19371, 4th District.

3.44 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Acceptance of the Notice of Completion – State Route 74 and Leon Road Traffic Signals, 5th District.

3.45 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Landscaping & Lighting Maintenance District No. 89-1- Consolidated, Annexation of Zone 114 (Menifee) – Adoption of Resolution 2008-236 Confirming the Diagram and Assessment and Levying Assessment, 3rd District. (9.6 of 5/6/08)

3.46 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Landscaping & Lighting Maintenance District No. 89-1- Consolidated, Annexation of Street Lighting Zone 85 (French Valley) – Adoption of Resolution 2008-239 Confirming the Diagram and Assessment and Levying Assessment, 3rd District. (9.7 of 5/6/08)

3.47 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Landscaping & Lighting Maintenance District No. 89-1- Consolidated, Annexation of Zone 115 (Eastvale) – Adoption of Resolution 2008-237 Confirming the Diagram and Assessment and Levying Assessment, 2nd District. (9.8 of 5/6/08)

3.48 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Landscaping & Lighting Maintenance District No. 89-1- Consolidated, Annexation of Zone 116 (Eastvale) – Adoption of Resolution 2008-238 Confirming the Diagram and Assessment and Levying Assessment, 2nd District. (9.9 of 5/6/08)

3.49 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Award of Contract to Hillcrest Contracting, Inc. for the Construction of Concrete Sidewalk, Asphalt Concrete Walkway and Associated Improvements on various road in the Temescal Canyon, Menifee, East Hemet and Highgrove areas, 1st, 3rd & 5th Districts.

3.50 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Adoption of Resolution 2008-019, Notice of Intention to Purchase Real Property (APNs 526-023-003, 004 & -016) in the unincorporated area of Cabazon, County of Riverside, and Resolution 2008-020, Intent to Reimburse the County of Riverside, and Approval of Transfer of Funds, 5th District. (15.3 of 4/29/08) (4/5 vote required) (Set for 7/1/08 @ 9:00 a.m. – Clerk to advertise)

3.51 SUPERVISOR WILSON: Fourth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Fourth District Budget 07/08, and Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3.52 SUPERVISOR BUSTER: First District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Santa Rosa Plateau and Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3.53 SUPERVISOR BUSTER: First District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Temescal Valley Elementary School Accelerated Reading Books and Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3.54 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Fast Track Request for McAnally Enterprises.

3.55 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Adoption of Resolution No. 2008-299, to Support Executive Order S-06-08, of the State of California, Office of the Governor, Proclaiming a Condition of Statewide Drought.

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REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING:

4.1 Award of Contract to Eberhardt Construction, Inc. for the Thousand Palms Fire Station & Training Center Project, 4th District.

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RIVERSIDE COUNTY PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY:

5. (No Business)

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INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MEETING:

6. (No Business)

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IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY:

7. (No Business)

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COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT'S LEGISLATIVE BODY MEETING:

8.1 Adoption of Resolution No. CFD 2008-06 of Community Facilities District No. 88-8, Consideration of a Change Proceeding to amend the existing Rate and Method of Apportionment of the Special Tax, 1st District. (Hrg. Set 7/15/08 @ 9:30 a.m. – Clerk to advertise)

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9:30 A.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

9.1 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Public hearing on Adoption of Resolution 2008-219 regarding Fees for Agricultural Commissioner Services. (3.7 of 5/20/08)

9.2 COUNTY COUNSEL/CODE ENFORCEMENT: Public Hearing on Statement of Expense on Public Nuisance Case No. CV 02-2954, located at 10531 18th Avenue, Blythe, APN 875-022-010, 4th District.

9.3 COUNTY COUNSEL/CODE ENFORCEMENT: Public Hearing on Statement of Expense on Public Nuisance Case No. CV 03-2654, located at 10531 18th Avenue, Blythe, APN 875-022-010, 4th District.

9.4 COUNTY COUNSEL/CODE ENFORCEMENT: Public Hearing on Statement of Expense on Public Nuisance Case No. CV 06-0886, located at 10531 18th Avenue, Blythe, APN 875-022-010, 4th District.

9.5 COUNTY COUNSEL/CODE ENFORCEMENT: Public Hearing on Abatement of Public Nuisance [Substandard Structure and Accumulation of Rubbish] on Case No. CV 07-10421, located at 82800 Avenue 54, Thermal, APN 767-230-016, 4th District.

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ORAL COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE ON ANY MATTER WHICH DOES NOT APPEAR ON THE BOARD’S AGENDA:

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CONCURRENT EXECUTIVE SESSION-COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, 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 (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9)

A.1 Seven Fortune Partners, LLP v. County of Riverside; Dillon Wind LLC Real Party in Interest (Riverside Superior Court case no INC 069744)

A.2 Ralph Coleman, et al. v. Arnold Schwarzennegger, et al. (U.S. District Court case no. CIV S-90-0520 LKK JF MP)

A.3 Andrew D. McElhinney et al. v. County of Riverside et al. (Riverside Superior Court case no. RIC493233)

A.4 James Stimmel and Marceleet Stimmel v. County of Riverside et al. (Riverside Superior Court case no. RIC493433)

With respect to every item of business to be discussed in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9:

Conference with legal counsel-anticipated litigation:

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

B.1 Two potential cases.

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

C.1 Conference with labor negotiator:

Agency negotiator – Ron Komers

Employee organizations – SEIU and Management

With respect to every item of business to be discussed in closed session pursuant to Section 54957:

C.2 Public Employee Appointment

Title: County Executive Officer

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RECESS TO LUNCH

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1:30 P.M. HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING:

10. (No Business)

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1:30 P.M. FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT MEETING:

11.1 Approval of Trust Agreement and Election to Pre-fund Other Post Employment Benefits with the California Public Employees Retirement System.

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1:30 P.M. COUNTY BOARD AND WASTE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DISTRICT MEETING:

County:

12. (No Business)

District:

12. (No Business)

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1:30 P.M. REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT MEETING:

13. (No Business)

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1:30 P.M. PERRIS VALLEY CEMETERY DISTRICT MEETING:

14. (No Business)

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1:30 P.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

15.1 COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENCY/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Public Hearing on ® ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 640.11, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Amending Ordinance No. 640 Establishing Environmental Health Services Fees. (3.6 of 5/13/08)

15.2 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Further Public Hearing on CHANGE OF ZONE NO. 7426/TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 34042 - Armstrong & Brooks Consulting – Sam Nelson - Tule Peak Zoning Area – Riverside Extended Mountain Area Plan – 3rd District. Recommendation of Planning Commission for adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for Environmental Assessment No. 40431; Tentative Approval of ZC 7426 to change the zone from Rural Residential – 10 Acre Minimum (R-R-10) to Residential Agriculture – 5 Acre Minimum (R-A-5); and, Approval of TTM 34042, Schedule D, to subdivide 97.29 gross acres into 19 residential lots with a minimum lot size of 5 gross acres. (15.1 of 6/3/08)

15.3 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 890/CHANGE OF ZONE NO. 7601/ PLOT PLAN NO. 23169 - Palm Desert Development – Albert A. Webb Associates - Sun City Zoning District – Sun City / Menifee Valley Area Plan – 3rd District. Recommendation of Planning Commission for Adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for Environmental Assessment No. 41632; Tentative Approval of GPA 890, to change the land use from Community Development: Medium Density Residential (CD-MDR) (2 to 5 dwelling units per acre) to Community Development: Very High Density Residential (CD-VHDR) (14 to 20 dwelling units per acre); Tentative Approval of ZC 7601, to change the zone from One Family Dwellings (R-1) to General Residential (R-3); and, Approval of PP 23169, to develop 4.84 gross acres (4.19 net acres) into an 81-unit multifamily senior affordable housing development.

15.4 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on FAST TRACK GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. No. 891/ CHANGE OF ZONE NO.7608/ PLOT PLAN NO. 23188 (FTA No. 2007-41) - Palm Desert Development – Albert A. Webb Associates - Rancho California Zoning Area – Elsinore Area Plan – 1st District. Recommendation of Planning Commission for adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for Environmental Assessment No. 41648; Tentative Approval of GPA 891, to amend the Elsinore Area Plan from Community Development: Medium Density Residential (CD-MDR)(2-5 Dwelling Units per Acre) to Community Development: Highest Density Residential (CD-HHDR)(20+ Dwelling Units per Acre), the overall density of the project site is 20.2 Dwelling Units per Acre; Tentative Approval of ZC 7608, to change the zone from Rural Residential (R-R) to General Residential (R-3), and, Approval of PP 23188 to construct 10 (ten) 2-story Multi-Family Residential Buildings on 10.35 gross acres. A total of 209 attached dwelling units are proposed with several recreational amenities, which includes a 2,702 sq. ft. Community Center Building, two (2) 1,472 sq. ft. Maintenance Buildings, a Pool, Paseos and 270 Parking Spaces.

15.5 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on CHANGE OF ZONE NO. 7249/ TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 33926/ VARIANCE NO. 1793 - Dennis DeMontigny – CJ Consulting - Lakeland Village Zoning District – Elsinore Area Plan – 1st District. Recommendation of Planning Commission for adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for Environmental Assessment No. 40552; Tentative Approval of ZC 7249, to change the zone from General Residential (R-3) and Watercourse, Watershed and Conservation Areas (W-1) to One-Family Dwellings (R-1) and Watercourse, Watershed and Conservation Areas (W-1); Approval of TTM 33926, Schedule A, to subdivide 3.15 net acre parcel into five (5) residential lots with a minimum lot size of 7,200 square feet (net) and a 1.42 net acre Open Space Lot; and, Approval of Variance 1793, to reduce the required average lot depth pursuant to Section 6.2.c of Ordinance No. 348. The reduction is proposed for Lots 1 and 5 from a required minimum average lot depth of 100 feet to a minimum average lot depth of 50 feet.

15.6 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on CHANGE OF ZONE NO.7373 / TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 34579 - Chris Shepard – Sake Engineers - Rancho California Zoning Area – Riverside Extended Mountainous Area Plan – 3rd District. Recommendation of Planning Commission for adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for Environmental Assessment No. 40889; Tentative Approval of ZC 7373, to change the zone from Rural Residential (R-R) to Residential Agricultural – 5 Acre Minimum (R-A-5); and, Approval of TPM 34579, Schedule H, to subdivide 20.79 gross acres into four (4) residential lots with a minimum lot size of five (5) gross acres.

15.7 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on CHANGE OF ZONE NO.7493/TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 35287/PLOT PLAN NO. 22575 - Jim Quirk – VSL Engineering - Rancho California Zoning Area – Southwest Area Plan – 3rd District. Recommendation of Planning Commission for adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for Environmental Assessment No. 41289; Tentative Approval of ZC 7493, to change the zone from Citrus / Vineyard – 20 Acre Minimum (C/V-20) to Citrus / Vineyard – 10 Acre Minimum (C/V-10); Approval of TPM 35287, Schedule H, to subdivide 20.05 gross acres into two lots with a minimum lot size of 10 acres; and, Approval of PP 22575, for a vineyard and to construct two (2) buildings, a 6,651 square foot two-story building which includes a wine tasting room and gift shop on the first floor and administrative offices on the second floor and a 10,205 square foot two-story wine production building which includes storage and offices on the first floor, and a caretaker’s residence on the second floor. No special events are proposed.

15.8 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on CHANGE OF ZONE NO. 7551/ TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 35475 - Dale Suddon – Gunvant Thakkar - Rancho California Zoning Area – Southwest Area Plan – 3rd District. Recommendation of Planning Commission for adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for Environmental Assessment No. 41478; Tentative Approval of ZC 7551, to change the zone from Residential Agricultural – 5 Acre Minimum (R-A-5) to Residential Agricultural – 2 Acre Minimum (R-A-2); and, Approval of TPM 35475, Schedule H, to subdivide 5.20 acres into two (2) residential lots with parcel sizes of 2.7 and 2.3 acres, respectively.

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