STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

MAY 17, 2011

TUESDAY

8:30 A.M.

Presentation – Community Action Month

Presentation – Older American Month

Invocation by Karen Barton, Board Assistant, Clerk of the Board Office

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

OPENING COMMENTS:

BOARD MEMBERS

Supervisor Benoit made comments on the RSA flyer and negotiations.

EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Bill Luna mentioned The Economists reports yesterday.

REDISTRICTING UPDATE

Supervisor Ashley mentioned the next meeting will be on 5/26/2011 and he spoke about the proposal coming to the Board on 6/14/2011.

STATE BUDGET UPDATE

Supervisor Tavaglione mentioned the deficit is down from 26.6 billion to 10.8 billion; Enterprise zones will stay but incentives will be restricted; Redevelopment will be revised rather than eliminated; Governor's May revise was released yesterday.

1.1 CLERK OF THE BOARD: Proof of Publications.

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.2 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 30298 – Randy and Cindy Horton/Southland Engineering – Rancho California Zoning Area – Southwest Area Plan – 3rd District, RC: EDR Zoning, Schedule 'H'. TPM 30298 is a Schedule 'H' subdivision of 12.19 acres into four residential parcels with a minimum parcel size of two acres, approved by the Planning Director.

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.3 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 3439 – Ottavio and Marie Forcone/O'Malley Engineering Corporation – Alberhill Zoning District – Elsinore Area Plan – 1st District, 1.59 gross acres, M-SC Zoning. CUP 3439 proposes to develop a Liquid Propane Gas distribution facility on 1.59 gross acres consisting of three 30,000 gallon liquid propane tanks, a 2,400 square-foot manufactured mobile office trailer, seven standard parking spaces, and one disabled accessible parking space.

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

2.1 SUPERVISOR BUSTER: Reappointment of Jerome Sincich to the Temescal Valley Municipal Advisory Council.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.2 SUPERVISOR BUSTER: Reappointment of Robert Hafner to the Temescal Valley Municipal Advisory Council.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.3 SUPERVISOR BUSTER: Reappointment of Brian Crawford to the Temescal Valley Municipal Advisory Council.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.4 COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY: Recognize and Proclaim May 2011 as Community Action Month.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.5 OFFICE ON AGING: Proclaim May 2011 as Older Americans Month.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.6 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Adoption of Resolution 2011-101 Accepting a portion of Vans Vision Road and a portion of Calle Marguerita in the Sage area, 3rd District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.7 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File the Treasurer's Purchase Detail Report for April 2011.

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

2.8 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File the Treasurer's Monthly Statement of County and School Funds for April 2011.

(RECEIVED ANF FILED)

2.9 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Reappointment of Alice Chandler to the Advisory Council on Aging.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.10 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Reappointment of Amie Kinne to the Riverside County Trails Committee.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.11 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Reappointment of Frank Hall to the Riverside County Trails Committee.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.12 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Reappointment of Lisa Pina to the Commission for Women.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.1 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Adoption of Resolution 2011-125 Authorizing and Approving the Borrowing of Funds for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 and the Issuance and Sale of a Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes be approved and adopted.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.2 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Adoption of Resolution 2011-132 Determining the Amount of Property Tax Revenue to be Exchanged between the Elsinore Water District and the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District – LAFCO 2011-04-1, 1st District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.3 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Adoption of Resolution 2011-111 Determining the Amount of Property Tax Revenue to be Exchanged Between the County of Riverside and the City of Riverside [LAFCO 2011-01-1], Annexation 115 (Krager) and Concurrent Detachment from the County Waste Resources Management District, 1st District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.4 COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENCY/ANIMAL SERVICES: Ratify Contract No. 11-009 with the City of Blythe for Animal Shelter Services, 4th District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.5 COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENCY/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCE 907 an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Regulating Body Art Facilities, Permanent Cosmetics and Body Piercing Facilities.

(APPROVED W/ CHANGES/ SET FOR HRG. 6/14/2011 @ 9:30 A.M.)

3.6 COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENCY/PUBLIC HEALTH: Ratify the First Amendment with the Hospital Association of Southern California (HASC) - #11-043.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.7 COMMUNITY HEALTH AGENCY/PUBLIC HEALTH: Ratify Amendment A04 with the California Department of Public Health for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program (#08-85460 A04).

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

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3.8 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of the Loan Agreement for the Use of Neighborhood Stabilization Program Funds with Sheffield Foreclosure Renovation, Inc. (APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.9 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Authorization of the Execution of a Subordination Agreement with Centerline Mortgage Capital Inc. and MV Rancho Dorado II, L.P. for Rancho Dorado North Apartment Project in the City of Moreno Valley, 5th District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.10 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Revenue Lease Agreement with Valley-Wide Recreation & Park District, Marion V. Ashley Community Center; and Approval of the Finding that the Project is Exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), 5th District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.11 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Adoption of Resolution 2011-019, Authorization to Convey Real Property – APN 101-140-005, in the Unincorporated Area of Corona to the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District; and Approval of the Agreement for Sale and Purchase of Real Property between the County of Riverside and Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District for Conveyance of the Fee Simple Interest, 2nd District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.12 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND WASTE MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Second Amendment to the Revenue Ground Lease with Chester Timothy Adams at the Closed West Riverside Landfill, 2nd District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.13 FIRE: Approval of the Exemption from Providing the 'Notice of Privacy Practices' to Medical Emergency Recipients.

(TAKEN OFF CALENDAR)

3.14 FIRE/OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES: Adoption of Resolution 2011-119 Local Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) Signature Authority; and Authorization to apply for Funding.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.15 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of Exclusive Care – New Exclusive Provider Option Medical Contractor Agreement with Eugene W. Albright, M.D.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.16 MENTAL HEALTH: Approval to Amend Agreements with Community Connect (previously Volunteer Center of Riverside County) and Catholic Charities.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.17 MENTAL HEALTH: Approval of the FY 2010/11 Institutions for Mental Disease (IMD) Agreement Amendments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.18 OFFICE ON AGING: Approval of the Increase of Funds; and Approval of Revisions for Contract Agreements with 9 Contractors for FY 2010/2011.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.19 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Approval of the Purchase from Executive Information Systems LLC of the Maintenance for SAS Software.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.20 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Acceptance of a Grant Award for the Purchase of a Mobile Health Clinic Vehicle; and Approval of the Transfer of the Grant Award to the RCRMC Foundation.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.21 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Authorization to sign Assurances, Certificates, and Reviews for the FY 11 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Grant Application – COPS Hiring 2011.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.22 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Authorization to sign Assurances, Certificates, and Reviews for the FY 11 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.23 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Approval of the First Extension of Time request for CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 3522, extending the expiration date to June 17, 2011 – Arturo Gutierrez – University Zoning District – Highgrove Area Plan – 5th District, 0.15 Gross Acres, CO Zoning. CUP 3522 proposes to permit a new and used tire shop on a .15 acre parcel. The total development proposal includes a 1,419 square foot building, 0.22 floor area ratio, 1,830 square feet of landscaping and 7 parking stalls.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.24 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Approval of the First Extension of Time request for PLOT PLAN NO. 19414, extending the expiration date to January 23, 2012 – Sunbelt Properties Management – Rancho California Zoning Area – Southwest Area Plan – 3rd District, 4.2 Acres, A-1-5 Zoning. PP 19414 proposes a three story, 78,410 square foot building for office and retail use with a total of 307 parking spaces.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.25 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of Additions to and Exclusions from the County Maintained Road System; and Adoption of Resolution 2011-086 Establishing Mileage of County Maintained Road Miles.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.26 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the TUMF Funding Agreement with Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) for the Interstate 10 Bypass South Project (Hargrave Street to Apache Trail), 5th District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.27 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the TUMF Funding Agreement with Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) for the Cajalco/Ramona Expressway/I-215 Interchange Project, 1st & 5th Districts.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.28 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Agreement (08A1900) with the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) for the use of the Caltrans Fueling Station in Garner Valley, 3rd District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.29 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Funding Agreement between the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) and the County of Riverside to provide Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Services for a Proposed Grade Separation of Avenue 66 and the Union Pacific Railroad, 4th District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.30 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the On-Call Construction Coordination Services Agreement between the County of Riverside and Green Com, Inc.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.31 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Engineering Services Agreement for Construction Management Services with Mendoza and Associates for the Construction of Date Palm Drive at Interstate 10 Interchange within the City of Cathedral City, 4th District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.32 CLERK OF THE BOARD: Adoption of Resolution 2011-139, Establishment of Filing Fees for Assessment Appeals Applications.

(CONT'D TO 5/24/2011 @ 9:00 A.M.)

3.33 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the RTA Moreno Valley/Perris T-Now; Soroptimist House of Hope; Cabot's Pueblo Museum; Riverside Community Health Foundation, and Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.34 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to the Jurupa Valley Chamber of Commerce; SPORT Foundation; Performance Riverside; American Cancer Society, and Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.35 COUNTY COUNSEL/EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Receive and File Report on Collective Bargaining Issues.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4.1 Approval of a Reduction of the Contract Retention for ASR Constructors, Inc. for the Thermal Sheriff Station and Aviation Facility, 4th District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4.2 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Public Hearing on the Findings for the Mead Valley Code Enforcement Project; and Approval of the Architectural Services Agreement with Broeske Architects and Associates, 1st District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4.3 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding with Habitat for Humanity Riverside, Inc., 2nd District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

9.1 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Public Hearing on Adoption of Resolution 2011-102, Confirming the Report of the Advisory Board of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Tourism Business Improvement District (BID) and Levying an Assessment for Fiscal Year 2011-2012, 4th & 5th Districts.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

9.2 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Public Hearing on the Mead Valley Code Enforcement Project – Architectural Services Agreement; Approval of the Findings; and Consent to Payment of Redevelopment Funds for the Project, 1st District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

9.3 Nathan Guerriero made comments regarding Stan Sniff.

9.4 Shirley Ferrante spoke about Senior Issues, overseeing Convalescent Hospitals and requested help with fundraiser for first aid kits.

9.5 Gary Grant spoke regarding the use of RDA funds for development.

9.6 Francois Choquette spoke regarding Scientology.

9.7 Rebecca Ludwig spoke regarding problems at the Eddie D. Smith Senior Center.

9.8 Wendy Eads presented a flyer regarding the Backyard Bash.

9.9 Robert Mabee read his statement into the record.

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:

Conference with legal counsel-existing litigation:

(Subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9)

A.1 Protect Wine Country v. County of Riverside; Does 1 through 100

(Riverside Superior Court Case No. RIC 1108020)

Conference with legal counsel-anticipated litigation:

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

B.1 One potential case

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 – Barbara Olivier

Employee organizations – Management/Confidential, Unrepresented, DDAA, RSA, SEIU, LIUNA, UDW and LEMU

(NO REPORT OUT)

11.1 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approval of the Agreement between the District and Western Municipal Water District for the Arlington Basin – Hydro-Geologic Investigation Study. (APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11.2 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approval of the Cooperative Agreement between the District, Orange County Flood Control District and Riverside County Transportation Commission for the Santa Ana River Mainstem, Reach 9 Phase 2B.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11.3 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Adoption of Resolution F2011-08, Notice of Intent to Adopt a Resolution of Necessity Regarding the Santa Ana River Mainstem Project, Reach 9 Phase 2A.

(SET FOR HRG. 6/14/2011 @ 1:30 P.M.)

12.1 WASTE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: Acceptance of the Bid and Award of the Contract to MTS&L, Inc. for Operation of the Idyllwild Grinding Facility, 3rd District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

15.1 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1108 (FTA-2011-02) (Entitlement/Policy Amendment), Riverside County Redevelopment Agency – Rubidoux Zoning District – Jurupa Area Plan, 2nd District - The Planning Director recommends that the Board adopt an order initiating proceedings for the above referenced general plan amendment to amend the subject property's General Plan Designation from Community Development: Commercial Retail (0.20-0.35 floor area ratio) and Community Development: High Density Residential (8-14 dwelling units per acre) to Community Development: Commercial Retail (0.20-0.35 floor area ratio) and Community Development: Very High Density Residential (14-20 dwelling units per acre) and modify 16.68 gross acres from the Rubidoux Village Policy Area to exclude the courtyard requirement.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

16.1 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on CHANGE OF ZONE 7733 (Fast Track #2008-07) – EIR No. 507 – First Industrial Realty Trust – Hogle Ireland, Inc. – North Perris Area – Mead Valley Area Plan; Recommendation a Finding that No New Environmental Documentation is Required because all potentially significant impacts were adequately analyzed in EIR No. 507; and Tentative Approval of Change of Zone 7733 to change the zone from Light Agricultural (A-1-1) to Industrial Park (I-P) for APN 305-180-009, 305-180-016 and 305-180-017 and Residential Agriculture (R-A-1) to Industrial Park (I-P) for APN 322-280-001.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

16.2 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on Appeals of Planning Commission's Decision to Adopt Resolution 2011-004, to Certify EIR No. 450; Deny, in Part, an Appeal of the Planning Director's Action for Approval of PLOT PLAN NOS. 16979, 18875, 18876, 18877 & 18879; Uphold, in part, an Appeal of the Planning Director's Action; and Deny PLOT PLAN NO. 17788 – Investment Building Group, RGA Office of Architectural Design, Obayashi Corp. and OC Real Estate Management LLC – William Simpson & Assoc., Inc. and KCT Consultants, Inc. – Prado/Mira Loma Zoning District – Jurupa Area Plan – 2nd District. Recommendation to Adopt Resolution 2011-004 Certifying EIR No. 450; Deny Appeal 'A'; Approval of Plot Plan No. 16979 to develop a 200,731 square foot industrial building with 190,731 square feet of warehouse space, 10,000 square feet of office and mezzanine space, 52,810 square feet of landscaping area (11%), 256 parking spaces and 29 loading docks on a 11.01 gross (10.76 net) acre site with a floor area ration of 0.42 (Light Industrial requires a 0.25-0.60 floor area ratio); Approval of Plot Plan No. 18875 to develop a 104,210 square foot industrial building with 93,350 square feet of warehouse space, 10,860 square feet of office and mezzanine space, 41,699 square feet of landscaping area (16%), 96 parking spaces and 18 loading docks on a 5.99 gross (5.00 net) acre site with a floor area ratio of 0.40 (Light Industrial requires a 0.25-0.60 floor area ratio); Approval of Plot Plan No. 18876 to proposes to develop twelve (12) industrial buildings with a total building area of 97,010 square feet with 83,810 square feet of storage space, 13,200 square feet of office space, 42,948 square feet of landscaping area (15%) and 243 parking spaces on a 6.83 gross (6.42 net) acre site with a floor area ratio of 0.33 (Light Industrial requires a 0.25-0.60 floor area ratio); Approval of Plot Plan No. 18877 to develop eight (8) industrial buildings with a total building area of 144,594 square feet with 92,094 square feet of storage space 52,500 square feet of office space, 122,307 square feet of landscaping area (22%) and 444 parking spaces on a 12.75 gross (10.23 net) acre site with a floor area ratio of 0.26 (Light Industrial requires a 0.25-0.60 floor area ratio); and Approval of Plot Plan No. 18879 to develop a 155,480 square foot industrial building with 145,480 square feet of warehouse space, 10,000 square feet of office and mezzanine space, 53,941 square feet of landscaping area (16%), 131 parking spaces, 30 trailer parking spaces and 25 loading docks on a 7.99 gross (net) acre site with a floor area ratio of 0.45 (Light Industrial requires a 0.25-0.60 floor area ratio; Deny Appeal 'B'; and Deny Plot Plan No. 17788 to develop a 426,212 square foot industrial building with 418,212 square feet of warehouse space, 8,000 square feet of office space, 106,980 square feet of landscaping area (12%), 257 parking spaces and 51 loading docks on a 20.48 gross (18.73 net) acre site with a floor area ratio of 0.48 (Light Industrial requires a 0.25-0.60 floor area ratio).

(APPEAL 'A' APPROVED AS RECOMM./ APPEAL 'B' CONT'D TO 7/12/2011

@ 1:30 P.M.)

The Chairman declared the meeting adjourned in memory of James David Zellerbach Jr.

Bob Buster, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

ATTEST: Kecia Harper-Ihem, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors