AGENDA

TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2015

1st Floor – COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER

4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, California

(Clerk 951-955-1060)

9:00 A.M.

Invocation by Leti Fierro-Garcia, Department of Public Social Services

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

Presentation – Women of the Year Awards

Employee Service Awards

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 AGENCY/PLANNING: SURFACE MINING PERMIT NO. 143, REVISED NO. 2 – Werner Group/Todd Pendergrass – Glen Ivy Zoning District – Temescal Canyon Area Plan – 1st District. SMP 143, Revised No. 2 proposes to revise and consolidate 3 previously approved surface mining permits (SMP 143R1, SMP 150R1, and SMP 182) which have yet to expire, into one permit and associated Reclamation Plan; extend permitted mining operations for an additional 50 years, reduce the area disturbed by the three mining sites by a total of 41.1 acres, allow for an operation of an Inert Debris Engineered Fill Operations (IDEFO) as part of the mining site Reclamation Plan, and to relocate a drainage structure located on the southern portion of SMP 139R1 to the southern portion of proposed SMP 143R2, approved by the Planning Commission.

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1-3 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 3700 – Jim Forgey/Gregory Hann – Rancho California Zoning Area – Southwest Area Plan – 3rd District. CUP 3700 requests the adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration and proposed construction and operation of a 3,040 square foot convenience store and gas station that will include the sale of beer and wine for off-site consumption and a 3,499 square foot canopy that will shelter 6 fuel pumps, a 1,760 square foot automated car wash, a 1,300 square foot commercial-retail building with an attached drive-through, a 1,500 square foot commercial-retail building and parking stalls for 38 vehicles on approximately 1.5 acres of land, approved by the Planning Commission.

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1-4 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: NOTICE OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION DECISION TO APPROVE PUBLIC USE PERMIT NO. 922 – Chapel in the Pines/Jim Marsh – San Jacinto Mountain Zoning area – REMAP – R-A-5 Zoning, 18.9 gross acres, 3rd District. PUP 922 proposes to change the use of an existing boarding school into a church, approved by the Planning Commission.

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

2-1 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Receive and File the Submission of the Riverside County In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority and Advisory Committee 2014 Annual Report. [$0] (See item 7-1)

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

3-1 SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES: First District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for Casa Blanca Home of Neighborly Service; Janet Goeske Foundation; Canyon Lake Women's Club; City of Lake Elsinore – Clean Extreme; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$10,500 - General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

3-2 SUPERVISOR WASHINGTON: Third District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for Riverside County Regional Medical Center Sexual Assault Response Team; Riverside County Economic Development Agency, Workforce Division; TruEvolution; Law Enforcement Appreciation Committee; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$5,500 – General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

3-3 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-86, a Master Property Tax Transfer Agreement Determining the Amount of Property Tax Revenue to be Exchanged between the County of Riverside and the Rubidoux Community Services District Relating to Annexation of Two Parcels by the Rubidoux Community Services District-LAFCO 2014-22-2 (Limonite), 2nd District. [$319]

3-4 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-87, Determining the Amount of Property Tax Revenue to be Exchanged between the Murrieta Valley Cemetery District and the Temecula Public Cemetery District, the Perris Valley Cemetery District, and the Wildomar Cemetery District-LAFCO 2015-13, 3rd & 5th Districts. [$0]

3-5 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Drought/State Mandatory Water Reductions Workshop. (Workshop to be held May 26, 2015 @ 9:00 a.m.) [$0]

3-6 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Ratify the Second Amendment to Lease, Department of Public Social Services; and Finding of Notice of Exemption, Cathedral City, 4th District. [$332,251 – Federal 52%, State 26%, County DPSS 2%, Realign 7%, Realign 2011 13%]

3-7 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Ratify the Second Amendment to Lease, Department of Mental Health; and Finding of Notice of Exemption, Riverside, 2nd District. [$616,088 – Federal 24%, State 76%]

3-8 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Countywide Correctional Facilities Master Planning Senate Bill 863 – Approval of Amendment No. 3 to the Professional Services Agreement between the County of Riverside and Carter Goble Associates, LLC (CGL); and Approval of the Project Budget Adjustment. [$120,000 – Court Facilities Fund-11039 100%]

3-9 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Riverside County Regional Medical Center Nursing and Allied Health Education Building – Sewer Line Replacement – Approval of Contract through Easy Indefinite Quantity Contract with Vincor Construction, Inc., 5th District. [$0]

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3-10 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Approval of the Standard Agreement with the California Department of Education Summer Food Service Program for Health and Sanitation Inspections. [$9,720 – State Funds 100%]

3-11 PROBATION: Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-082 Authorization of Submission of Riverside County's Comprehensive Multi-Agency Juvenile Justice Plan with Substantive Plan Modification. [$0]

3-12 PROBATION: Approval of the Memorandum of Agreement in cooperation with the Riverside County Office of Education. [$0]

3-13 PUBLIC HEALTH: Ratify Acceptance of the Base Award Augmentation for Fiscal Year 2014/2015 from the California Department of Public Health for Tuberculosis Local Assistance Funding; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$20,394 – State Funded 100%] (4/5 vote required)

3-14 PURCHASING AND FLEET SERVICES: Adoption of an Order Initiating an Amendment to Ordinance No. 459, Establishing Purchasing Policies and Procedures. [$0]

3-15 RIVERSIDE COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Approval of the Contract Amendment for Assessment and Strategic Planning Services with Gartner Inc. [$400,000 – RCIT Operating Budget]

3-16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Approval of the PeopleSoft Hardware and Systems Replacement Agreement with BIAS Corporation. [$4,297,926 – includes 1,261,684 for maintenance support – RCIT Operating Budget 100%]

3-17 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/Airport Land Use Commission: Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-079 authorizing an application for an Acquisition and Development Grant from the California Department of Transportation. [$0]

3-18 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of a Professional Services Agreement for Landscape Maintenance Services with Inland Empire Landscape for the Department Pertaining to Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District 89-1C Zones Located in the City of Menifee, 5th District. [$110,000 – Local Funds 100%]

3-19 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Community Facilities District No. 07-2 (Clinton Keith Road) Improvement Credit Agreement Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF) Program between the County of Riverside and KB Home Coastal, Inc. for Tract No. 30433, 3rd District. [$0]

3-20 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: AB 45 (Mullin) Household Hazardous Waste – Oppose. [$0]

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3-21 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to the American Cancer Society; Corona Parent Advisory Group; Riverside National Cemetery Support Committee; JARPD (Jurupa Area Recreation and Park District); and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$11,000 – General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

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3-22 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to the Corona Chamber of Commerce; Inland Empire Waterkeeper; Riverside Land Conservancy; Jurupa Community Services District; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$13,500 – General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

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3-23 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to Paloma Valley High School; TruEvolution, Inc.; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$3,500 – General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING:

4-1 Refunding of Outstanding Bonds of the Dissolved Redevelopment Agency; and Adoption of Successor Agency Resolution No. 2015-005 authorizing the issuance of refunding tax allocation bonds, 2nd, 3rd, & 5th Districts. [$470,000]

PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY MEETING:

5- (No Business)

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MEETING:

6- (No Business)

IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY MEETING:

7-1 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES on behalf of In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority: Receive and File the Submission of the Riverside County In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority and Advisory Committee 2014 Annual Report. [$0] (See Item 2-1)

COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT LEGISLATIVE BODY MEETING:

8- (No Business)

9:30 A.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

9-1 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Public Hearing on the Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-065, Approving the Issuance by the Golden State Finance Authority (formerly known as California Rural Home Mortgage Finance Authority, or CRHMFA Homebuyers Fund) of Tax Exempt Bonds for the Benefit of Las Palmas II Apartments, 4th District. [$0]

10:30 A.M. HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING:

10- (No Business)

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

11-1 FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT: Adoption of District Resolution No. F2015-14 Notice of Intention to Adopt a Resolution of Necessity in Real Property located in Riverside County – APN 457-320-028, 457-320-029, 457-320-030, 457-320-031, 457-330-027 and 459-020-065; Homeland Master Drainage Plan (MDP) Line 1, Stage 1, 3rd District. [$273,000 – District Funds 100%]

11-2 FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT: Certify Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Report (EIR) SCH #201204103; Adoption of District Resolution No. F2015-11 for the Moreno Master Drainage Plan Revision; and Approval of Moreno Master Drainage Plan (Revision No. 2), 5th District. [$0]

10:30 A.M.

COUNTY WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT MEETING:

12-C (No Business)

WASTE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DISTRICT MEETING:

12D- (No Business)

10:30 A.M.

COUNTY PARKS DEPARTMENT MEETING:

13C- (No Business)

REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT MEETING:

13-1D REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT: Lake Skinner Recreation Area/Multi-Species Reserve Office/Maintenance Building – Approval of the Consulting Service Agreement with Integrated Design Services Group, Inc.; and Finding of Notice of Exemption, 3rd District. [$108,000 – Develop Impact Fees]

10:30 A.M. RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY HOUSING CORP.:

14- (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- (No Business)

10:30 A.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

16-1 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on the BLYTHE MESA SOLAR PROJECT – CHANGE OF ZONE NO. 7831, CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 3685, PUBLIC USE PERMIT NO. 913, ORDINANCE NO. 664.57, DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT NO. 79 AND CERTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACE REPORT NO. 529. Recommendation for Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-057 certifying ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT NO. 529; Tentative Approval of Change of Zone No. 7813 to change the zoning from Natural Assets (N-A), Controlled Development Areas 10 acre minimum (W-2-10), and Controlled Development Areas 5 acre minimum (W-2-5) to Light Agriculture 10 acre minimum (A-1-10); Approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 3685, which proposes a 485 megawatt solar photovoltaic (PV) electrical generating facility (solar power plant) consisting of a solar array field utilizing single-axis solar PV trackers and panels with a combined maximum height of eight feet; Approval of Public Use Permit No. 913 to permit a new 8.4 mile long, 230 kilovolt (kV) double-circuit generation-tie transmission line would connect the proposed Project with the approved Colorado River Substation located west of the Project site subject to Public Use Permit; and ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 664.57, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Approving Development Agreement No. 79 (DA No. 79). The Project is a Fast Track project (FTA No. 2013-10). The Blythe Mesa Solar Project is located northerly and southerly of Interstate 10, westerly of Neighbors Boulevard and Arrowhead Boulevard and southerly and easterly of the Blythe Airport – Palo Verde Valley Area Plan, 4th District. [$0]

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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-anticipated litigation:

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

A.1 County of Riverside v. Cal State Patients Alliance, Inc., et al. (Case No. RIC 1502414)

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A.2 City of Canyon Lake v. County of Riverside (Case No. RIC 1500120)/Claim of

County of Riverside v. City of Canyon Lake

Conference with legal counsel-anticipated litigation:

Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(4) of Government Code Section 54956.9:

B.1 One potential case

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Conference with legal counsel-anticipated litigation:

Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(4) of Government Code Section 54956.9:

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C.1 One potential case

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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

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With respect to every item of business to be discussed in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8:

Conference with real property negotiator:

E.1 Property – Vacant Land at the Northeast Corner of Monterey Avenue and Dinah Shore Drive in Palm Desert, CA, APN 685-020-014

Negotiating Parties – County of Riverside Economic Development Agency, Fountainhead Development and Noble & Company

Agency Negotiator – Rob Field, EDA Executive Director

Under Negotiation – Price and Terms of Payment for the Purchase, Sale, Exchange, or Lease

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