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The Board of Supervisors meets in the County Administrative Center, Board Chambers, Location First Floor, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside 92501

Below, you will find Board Agendas for 2013.

DISCLAIMER: Documents associated with agenda items may not include all related or updated data. Continued items and emergency items may have updates that are not shown with this agenda. You may contact the Clerk of the Board at (951) 955-1069 or visit the office at 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside CA 92501 for further details.

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AGENDA

TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2013

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

1st FLOOR – COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER

4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, California

(Clerk 951-955-1060)

9:00 A.M.

Invocation by Chaplain Jim Clizbe, Sheriff’s Department

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

Presentation – 2013 National Fair & Date Festival Queen and her Court

Presentation – Human Trafficking Awareness Month

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OPENING COMMENTS

BOARD MEMBERS

MEMORIALS / ADJOURNMENTS

EXECUTIVE OFFICER

STATE BUDGET UPDATE

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CLERK OF THE BOARD UPDATE

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ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION:

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

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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.

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1-2 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: VARIANCE NO. 1857, associated with Second Unit Permit 1385 – CEQA EXCEMPT – Steven Taylor – Southwest Area Plan – Rancho California Zoning District – 1st District. Variance 1857 is required because the construction of the second unit permit does not comply with Section 18.28.a.c(6) of Ordinance No. 348, which requires second units to be located at the rear of the property or in the side portions of the lot and shall not be located in front of the primary dwelling unit, approved by the Planning Director.

1-3 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: PUBLIC USE PERMIT NO. 856, Revised Permit No. 2 – Rogelio A. Rawlins/IW Consulting Engineers, Inc. – Mead Valley Area Plan – 1st District, 2.35 Gross Acres, Light Agriculture 1-acre minimum A-1-1 Zoning. This Public Use Permit proposes to add a 2,596 square foot caretaker’s residence and a 2,400 square foot garage to an existing child day care center, approved by the Planning Commission.

1-4 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: PUBLIC USE PERMIT NO. 915 – Anka Behavioral Health, Inc./Phillip Fomotor, P.E. – Western Coachella Area Plan – 4thDistrict, 5 Gross Acres, R-1-1 1/4 Zoning. This Public Use Permit proposes to a 10-bedroom facility to be licensed by the California Department of Social Services and certified by the California Department of Health Care Services, with an existing 4,750 square foot residence to be operated in partnership with the Riverside County Department of Mental Health. The facility will serve as many as 15 adults’ ages 18-59 who are experiencing mental illness. The program will offer temporary residential placement for up to 18 months and include support services to the residents such as medication services, therapeutic services, and case management services. The facility will be staffed 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. The facility will not offer any detoxification treatment and will not have any parolees or probationers, 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 SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES: Appointment of Tom Buckley to the Riverside Transit Agency Board of Directors as an alternate.

2-2 SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES: Appointment of Saralee Hall to the In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee.

2-3 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Reappointment of Carol Bartels to the Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District.

2-4 SUPERVISOR STONE: 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.

2-5 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Judith Cox to the Riverside County Children and Families Commission.

2-6 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Touraj Shafai to the Riverside County Children and Families Commission.

2-7 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Appointment of Cameron Kaiser to the Riverside County Children and Families Commission.

2-8 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Susan Loew to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-9 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Stan Stosel to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-10 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Shelah Camak to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-11 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Sharon Duffy to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-12 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Laurie McLaughlin to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-13 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Kenny Calvin to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-14 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Ken Orr to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-15 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Barbara Olivier to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-16 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Robert Frost to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-17 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Greg Doonan to the Workforce Investment Board.

2-18 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Receive and File the HealthCare Governance Committee Monthly Update.

2-19 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Renewal of the Local Emergency Declaration for Riverside County due to the spread of Pierce’s Disease in the Local Vineyards.

2-20 COUNTY COUNSEL: Approval of the Amended Conflict of Interest Code of the Riverside County Transportation Commission.

2-21 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Receive and File the Monthly Progress Report Regarding the East County Detention Center.

2-22 PUBLIC HEALTH: Receive and File the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System Evaluation Update.

2-23 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Receive and File Fiscal Year 2011/2012 Annual Report for Prevent Child Abuse Riverside County.

2-24 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Approval of Medical Staff Appointments, Reappointments and Clinical Privileges.

2-25 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Adoption of Resolution 2013-007, summarily vacating the right to accept a portion of Peoria Lane, in the Box Springs Mountain area, 5th/5th District.

2-26 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File Treasurer’s Purchase Detail Report for December 2012.

2-27 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File Treasurer’s Monthly Statement of County and School Funds for December 2012.

2-28 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File Treasurer’s Monthly Disclosure Report on Investments for December 2012.

2-29 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Appointment of Leticia De Lara to the Coachella Valley Resource Conservation District.

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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 TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for Corona Life Services; Economic Development Agency; American Association of University Women; Riverside Sunrise Rotary; and Approval of the Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3-2 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for Prevent Child Abuse Riverside County; Sheriff’s Department Annual Awards; Day of the Child Festival; Rally for a Cure; and Approval of the Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

3-3 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of the Re-Appropriation of Capital Project Funds; and Approval of a Budget Adjustment. (4/5 vote required)

3-4 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of the Increase Appropriations for the Development Impact Fee Budget and Capital Improvement Program Budget. (4/5 vote required)

3-5 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Adoption of Resolution 2013-029 Authorizing Deferral of Reimbursement of Transition Year Service Costs to the City of Wildomar. (Department requests continuance to February 26, 2013)

3-6 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Adoption of Resolution 2013-030 Authorizing Deferral of Reimbursement of Transition Year Service Costs to the City of Menifee. (Department requests continuance to February 26, 2013)

3-7 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of a Budget Adjustment to the Low Income Health Program (LIHP). (4/5 vote required)

3-8 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Ratify the Contract Agreement with Thomas Walters and Associates to provide Federal Legislative Advocacy Services for calendar years 2013 through 2015.

3-9 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Authorize the County Executive Officer to File Claims for Unclaimed County Property.

3-10 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of the Amendment to Board Policy D-1, Reimbursement for General Travel and Other Actual and Necessary Expenses. (3.7 of 12/18/2012)

3-11 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport – Approval of the Lease Termination and Settlement Agreement, 4th/4th District.

3-12 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: 11th Street Jail Demolition – Job Order Contract No. 003 Dalke and Sons – Acceptance of the Notice of Completion; Approval of a reduction of the job order contract retention; Acceptance of the supplemental work; and Authorize the release of retained funds. 2nd/2nd District.

3-13 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of the Professional Services Agreement with Library Systems and Services, LLC for Provision of County Library Services.

3-14 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of the Loan Agreement for the use of Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP1) Funds with Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services, Inc.

3-15 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Ratify the Amendment to the Agreements with the City of Palm Desert for Additional Library Services, 4th/4th District.

3-16 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Lease Option – Department of Public Social Services (Premise Location 14-201 Palm Drive, #109(A), 110 – 112), 5th/4th District.

3-17 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Lease Option – Department of Public Social Services (Premise Location 14-201 Palm Drive, #107, 108, and 109b, 5th/4th District.

3-18 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Adoption of Resolution 2013-037, Approval of the License and Standard Agreement for California’s Department of Consumer Affairs, Division of Investigation, to use Riverside County Sheriff Department’s Ben Clark Public Safety Training Center, 1st/1st District.

3-19 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILTIES MANAGEMENT: Adoption of Resolution 2013-010, Notice of Intent to Convey Fee Simple Interest in Real Property from the County of Riverside to the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority, 1st/3rd Districts. (Set for Meeting -Clerk to advertise) (3-6 of 01/15/2013) (Taken Off Calendar)

3-20 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Transportation Highway Operations Center Replacement Project – Approval for Architectural Services with Ruhnau Ruhnau Clarke and Associates, 1st/1st District.

3-21 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Right of Way Acquisition Agreement for Parcel 0529-002A and Temporary Construction Access Agreement for Parcel 0529-002B all within a portion of APN 538-190-014 for the Sunset Avenue Grade Separation Project, 5th/5th District.

3-22 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Temporary Construction Easement Agreement for Parcel 0529-004A within a portion of APN 538-340-006 for the Sunset Avenue Grade Separation Project, 5th/5th District.

3-23 FIRE/OES: Approval of the First Amendment to the Agreement with Willdan Homeland Solutions.

3-24 MENTAL HEALTH: Approval of the Cooperative Agreement with Center on Deafness – Inland Empire.

3-25 OFFICE ON AGING: Approval of the Renewal of the SCAN Health Plan Community Giving Grant for the Riverside County Office on Aging, Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) to establish an Emergency Assistance Fund for FY 2012-2013 and FY 2013-2014; and Approval of a Budget Adjustment. (4/5 vote required)

3-26 OFFICE ON AGING: Approval of the SCAN Health Plan Community Giving Grant for the Riverside County Office on Aging, Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) to establish an Emergency Assistance Fund for FY 2012-2013 and FY 2013-2014; and Approval of a Budget Adjustment. (4/5 vote required)

3-27 OFFICE ON AGING: Approval of Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Area Plan Contract AP-1213-21 Amendment #1 with California Department of Aging (CDA); and Approval of a Budget Adjustment. (4/5 vote required)

3-28 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Approval of the Extended “Notice of Intent” for Riverside County’s CAPIT/CBCAP/PSSF Interim Plan.

3-29 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Approval of the 2012 Riverside County Self-Assessment (CSA).

3-30 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Approval of In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee Stipend for Member Providers.

3-31 RIVERSIDE COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Approval of the Agreement with Nexus IS for CISCO solution to implement a voice, video, wireless and data Converged Network.

3-32 RIVERSIDE COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Receive and File the Responses to Questions Raised During the Presentation of the RCIT 13/14 Strategic Plan.

3-33 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Approval of Cal Zeiss Meditec, Inc. as a Sole Source vendor for one Lumera 700 Eye Microscope.

3-34 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Approval of TAGNOS as a Sole Source vendor for automated software and Real Time Location Services (RTLS) solution for tracking and managing the patients’ experience.

3-35 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Ratify the Amendment to the Per Diem Hospital Agreement with Inland Empire Health Plan.

3-36 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Ratify the Amendment to the Inland Empire Health Plan Hospital Per Diem Agreement.

3-37 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Ratify an Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement for Riverside County Regional Medical Center’s Detention Health Physicians with Vache Chakmakian, M.D.

3-38 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Approval of the 2012/2013 Anti-Drug Abuse Enforcement Grant Award; Adoption of Resolution 2013-016.

3-39 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Approval of Agreement with the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training for the Provision of Law Enforcement Supervisory Courses at the Ben Clark Training Center.

3-40 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 3635 (FTA 2010-08) – Colgreen Energy, LLC – Eastern Coachella Valley Area Plan – Lower Coachella Zoning District – 4th District. First Extension of Time request for CUP 3635 – 482 Gross Acres, W-2 Zoning, extending the expiration date to November 2, 2013. Planning Director recommends approval.

3-41 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Acceptance of Notice of Completion for the Main Street and Michigan Avenue Improvement Project-Construction of Street Improvements, new traffic signal and storm drain improvements, Highgrove, 5th/2nd District.

3-42 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Acceptance of Notice of Completion for Construction of Traffic Signal and Lighting at the intersection of Washington Street and 41st Avenue, City of Palm Desert/Bermuda Dunes area, 4th/4th District.

3-43 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of Freeway Maintenance Agreement with the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) for I-10 at Monterey Avenue Interchange, 4th/4th District.

3-44 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of Plans and Specifications for the Temescal Canyon Road and Dos Lagos Drive Improvements Project, El Cerrito area, 1st/1st District. (Clerk to advertise)

3-45 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of Plans and Specifications for the Construction of Indiana Avenue and Grant Street roadway improvements, Home Gardens area, 2nd/2nd District. (Clerk to advertise)

3-46 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of Plans and Specifications for the Construction of a traffic signal at the intersection of Ramon Road & Monterey Avenue/Sierra Del Sol, Thousand Palms area, 4th/4th District. (Clerk to advertise)

3-47 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the 3 party Cooperative Agreement with City of Eastvale and City of Jurupa Valley to complete the development of the Environmental, Design and Right-of-way Acquisition phases of the I-15/Limonite Avenue Interchange Improvement project, 2nd/2nd District.

3-48 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the 4 party Cooperative Agreement with Caltrans, City of Eastvale and City of Jurupa Valley to complete the development of the Environmental, Design and Right-of-way Acquisition phases of the I-15/Limonite Avenue Interchange Improvement project, 2nd/2nd District.

3-49 SUPERVISOR STONE: Appointment of Individuals to the Local Review Board for the Idyllwild Historic Preservation District per Ordinance No. 578.

3-50 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Solid Waste System Study and Efficiency Analysis.

3-51 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of the AB900 Phase II East County Detention Center Total Project Budget and use of CORAL Bond Funding.

3-52 SUPERVISOR STONE: Code Enforcement Continuation Undertaking Required Expenditures (C.E.C.U.R.E).

3-53 SUPERVISOR STONE: Hospitality Ordinance.

3-54 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Fourth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for Cathedral City Police Department Golf Tournament; 19th Annual Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards Gala; and Approval of the Budget Adjustments. (4/5 vote required)

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SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING:

4-1 Mead Valley Library – Change Order No. 9, 1st/1st District. (4-1 of 01/15/2013)

4-2 Reduction of the Contract Retention for the Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Evidence Warehouse, 2nd/2nd District.

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PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY MEETING:

5- (No Business)

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INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MEETING:

6- (No Business)

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IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY MEETING:

7- (No Business)

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COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT’S LEGISLATIVE BODY MEETING:

8-1 Refunding of the County of Riverside Community Facilities District No. 05-8 (Scott Road) Special Tax Bonds, Series 2008: Approval of and Adoption of CFD Resolution 2013-01 authorizing the issuance of Community Facilities District No. 05-8 Series 2013 Special Tax Bonds, 3rd/5th & 3rd/1st District.

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9:30 A.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

9-1 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Public Hearing on the ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 907.1, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Regulating Body Art Facilities, Permanent Cosmetics and Body Piercing Facilities. (3-11 of 01/08/2013)

9-2 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Public Hearing on the ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 916, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Regulating Cottage Food Operations. (3-12 of 01/08/2013)

9-3 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Public Hearing on Distribution of Excess Proceeds for Tax Sale No. 189, Item 284, last assessed to Lovie A. Brown, Trustee, 3rd/3rd District.

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11:00 A.M. HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING:

10-1 Approval of Contract HO-02519 with the Riverside County Department of Public Social Services for the Shelter Plus Care Program.

10-2 Approval of Contract HO-02495 with the Riverside County Department of Public Social Services for the Shelter Plus Care Program.

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11:00 A.M. FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT MEETING:

11-1 Receive and File the Quarterly Disclosure Report on Investment Portfolio as of December 31, 2012.

11-2 Adoption of Resolution No. F2013-01, Adopting a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Approving the Project Final Design of the Gilman Home Channel Lateral A, Stage 3 Project, 5th/5th District.

11-3 Approval of the Cooperative Agreement between the District and the City of Moreno Valley for Moreno Master Drainage Plan Lines I, J and J-9, 5th/5th District.

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11:00 A.M. COUNTY BOARD AND WASTE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DISTRICT MEETING:

County:

12C- (No Business)

District:

12D- (No Business)

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11:00 A.M. COUNTY BOARD AND REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT MEETING:

County:

13C- (No Business)

District:

13D-1 Adoption of District Resolution 2013-1 Authorization to Convey Conservation Easement Interests in Potions of Real Property, to Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District, with APN 181-220-010 and 181-220-015, 2nd/2nd District.

13D-2 Approval of the Funding Agreement with Coachella Valley Association of Governments for the Whitewater Wash (River) Trail, 4th, 4th District.

13D-3 Receive and File the Annual Audit Report for FY 2011-2012.

13D-4 2013 Lighting in a Bottle Arts and Music Festival at the Lake Skinner Recreation Area, 3rd/3rd District.

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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 themselvesfor 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.

11:00 A.M. GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT INITIATION PROCEEDINGS:

15-1 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1117 (ENTITLEMENT/POLICY AMENDMENT), Clark Van Wick/Mike Naggar – Southwest Zoning Area – Rancho California Zoning District – 3rd District. The project proposes a Policy/Entitlement Amendment General Plan text change to add a policy to the Southwest Area Plan (SWAP); specifically the Citrus/Vineyard Rural Policy Area, that would allow religious institutions and ancillary elementary schools to operate in the Citrus Vineyard Policy Area.

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11:00 A.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

16- (No Business)

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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, 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 Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice v. County of Riverside; City of Jurupa Valley (Case No. RIC 1112063)

A.2 County of Riverside v. County of Imperial; Burrtec Waste Industries

(Case No. ECU07355)

A.3 Hillcrest Contracting, Inc. v. County of Riverside, et al. (Case No. RIC 1208020)

A.4 Independent Power Producers Association dba Independent Energy Producers Association; Large Scale Solar Association v. County of Riverside; Riverside County Board of Supervisors

(Case No. INC 1200838)

A.5 Robert D. Mabee, Martha A. Mabee v. County of Riverside; Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (Case No. RIC 1214529)

A.6 State of California Department of Finance v. Commission on State Mandates/County of Los Angeles, et al. (Appellate No. B237153; Los Angeles Case No. BS130730)

A.7 State of California Department of Finance v. Commission on State Mandates/County of San Diego, et al. (Appellate No. C070357; Sacramento Case No. 34-2010-80000604-CU-WM-DG)

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

Conference with legal counsel-anticipated litigation:

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

C.1 Two potential cases

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RECESS TO LUNCH

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