STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

SEPTEMBER 24, 2013

TUESDAY 9:00 A.M.

Invocation by Leti Fierro-Garcia, Senior Administrative Analyst, DPSS/IHSS-Public authority

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

Presentation - Riverside Community Health Foundation

Presentation - San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians

Presentation - Recognize Older Worker’s Week

Presentation - Honor Riverside County Search Dogs

BOARD MEMBERS Supervisor Stone mentioned a vandalism incident in the City of Temecula toward the Ronald Reagan statue at the sport park and is offering a $10,000 reward leading to the successful apprehension and prosecution of those responsible. He also mentioned that Mr. and Mrs. Dave Butterfield purchased eight acres of land and have agreed to pay for the first phase of the development of the Idyllwild Community Center and will pay for the shortfall of operating the facility for the first ten years.

Supervisor Ashley commended RCRMC staff for the great care he received during and after his surgery.

Supervisor Tavaglione commended Heidi Marshal and her staff for all their efforts with Veterans Housing and surpassing their goal of getting 100 Veterans into housing into 140 Veterans.

Supervisor Benoit mentioned the State of the County on September 25, 2013 at the Palm Springs Convention Center. He also mentioned that the Board meeting on October 1, 2013, will be held in the Coachella Valley Water District Board Room.

EXECUTIVE OFFICER – Jay Orr mentioned that Shondi Lee has negotiated with UCR for County employees to receive a substantial discount to attend the Master of Professional Accountancy, Master of Finance and the MBA program at UCR. He also mentioned the Heart Walk and showed a brief video of the 1,700 Riverside County employees who participated.

STATE BUDGET UPDATE – Supervisor Tavaglione reported on the following: The State Legislature did not approve SB 56 to help local cities, but will work with the cities and county to figure out a fix to keep the cities incorporated; University of California AB 27 was signed by the governor to provide $15 million annually in ongoing funding; CEQA reform did not get anywhere this year but did provide for passage to allow for some exemptions for the Steinberg Stadium; The Prison Reform Compromise is awaiting approval by the three judge panel; and lastly, the governor signed a five year agreement at $30 million a year for two private lower security prisons to house state prisoners.

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

(APPROVED)

2-1 SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES: Appointment of Rob Mucha to the El Sobrante Landfill Citizen Oversight Committee.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-2 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.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-3 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Paul Marchand to the Workforce Investment Board.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-4 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Renewal of the Local Emergency Declaration for Riverside County due to the spread of Pierce’s Disease in the Local Vineyards, 3rd/3rd District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-5 ASSESSOR-COUNTY CLERK-RECORDER: Receive and File the Riverside County Archives Commission Annual Report for 2012-2013.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-6 ASSESSOR-COUNTY CLERK-RECORDER: Receive and File the Itemized Listing Identifying each Timeshare Project subject to Ordinance No. 735.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-7 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER: Receive and File Report on Disaster Recovery.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-8 COUNTY COUNSEL: ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 348.4765, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Amending Zoning in the Homeland/Winchester Area (7768), 3rd/3rd District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-9 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Receive and File the Monthly Progress Report Regarding the East County Detention Center – September 2013, 4th/4th District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-10 PUBLIC HEALTH: Receive and File the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System Evaluation Update.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-11 REGISTRAR OF VOTERS: Official Canvass for the Rancho California Water District and the Idyllwild Fire Protection District August 27, 2013 Mail Ballot Election.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-12 REGISTRAR OF VOTERS: Approval of Election Services and Consolidation of Elections for municipal, school district and special district elections for November 5, 2013.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-13 REGISTRAR OF VOTERS: Appointment of Special District Directors.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-14 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Approval of Medical Staff Appointments, Reappointments and Clinical Privileges.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-15 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Adoption of Resolution 2013-199 Summarily Vacating a Portion of Russell Street and Summarily Vacating the Right to Accept a Portion of Russell Street in the Lakeland Village Area, 1st/1st District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-16 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Adoption of Resolution 2013-211 Summarily Vacate a Portion of Relinquished Temescal Canyon Road in the El Cerrito Area, 2nd/2nd District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-17 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File the Treasurer’s Monthly Disclosure Report on Investments dated August 2013.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-18 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File the Treasurer’s Monthly Statement of County and School Funds for August 2013.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-19 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File the Treasurer’s Purchase Detail Report for August 2013.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-20 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Receive and File the EDA Strategic Action Plan for Fiscal Years 2013-2016.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-21 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Vincent McCoy to the Workforce Investment Board.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-22 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Appointment of Barry Keyes to the Workforce Investment Board.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-23 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Reappointment of Cherilyn Greenlee to the Workforce Investment Board.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-1 SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES: First District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for Riverside Unified School District; Catholic Charities; Junior League of Riverside; Susan G. Komen Inland Empire; Community Connect; Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-2 SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES AND SUPERVISOR STONE: First and Third District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation – “No Child Left Inside” Environmental Education Program; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-3 SUPERVISOR BENOIT AND SUPERVISOR STONE: ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 634.2 an Ordinance of the County of Riverside, Amending Ordinance No. 634 Regulating Commercial Filming within the Unincorporated Areas of the County, Upon All County Owned Property and Requiring Permits Therefor.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-4 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for Desert Springs Middle School; AYSO Soccer, Region 797; Riverside Sheriff’s Association (RSA); Edward-Dean Museum; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-5 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for TODEC Legal Center; Nuevo Citizens Patrol; City of Palm Springs; Beaumont Chamber of Commerce; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-6 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Legislative Support for National Guard & Reserve in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives (Military Reserves Jobs Act, H.R. 2785 & S. 1320); and Support for critical funding for Black Hawk Helicopters in the Fiscal Year 2014 Defense Appropriation Bill.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-7 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Ratify and Approval of the Third Amendment to Extend the Original Five Year Term of the Agreement for the Operation and Maintenance of the Lake Elsinore Phase II Aeration System. [$100,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-8 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Ratify and Approval of the First Amendment to Extend the Original Ten Year Term of the Agreement for the Operation and Maintenance of the Axial Flow Water Pump Destratification System for Lake Elsinore. [$48,667]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-9 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of the First Amendment to the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Urban Runoff Discharge Implementation Agreement for the Santa Ana Region.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-10 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Indigent Defense Contracts for Extraordinary Death Penalty Cases: Approval of Rate Structure. [$225,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-11 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of the Contract for Fiscal Agent Services with C.M. de Crinis and Co., Inc. for the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Teeter Series D and Taxable Series E Notes. [$65,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-12 ANIMAL SERVICES: Ratify the Acceptance of the Grant Agreement from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for the East Coachella Valley Targeted Mobile Spay and Neuter Project, 4th/4th District. [$40,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-13 ANIMAL SERVICES: Ratify the Acceptance of the Grant Agreement from PetSmart Charities, Inc. for Spay/Neuter Surgeries, Vaccinations and Microchips, 2nd/2nd District. [$100,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-14 ANIMAL SERVICES: INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 921, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Regulating the Reproduction of Pit Bull and Pit Bull Cross Dogs.

(SET FOR HRG. 10/08/2013 @ 9:30 A.M.)

3-15 ASSESSOR-COUNTY CLERK-RECORDER: Approval of the Purchase of the Statewide Accepted Valuation Resource and Software from Marshall & Swift. [$35,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-16 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER AND TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Transfer of Unclaimed Property Tax Overpayments to the County General Fund. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-17 COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP: Adoption of Resolution 2013-238 for the 2013 Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$66,380]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-18 COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP: Approval of Agreement #CAP-13-029 with Carolyn E. Wylie Center for Children, Youth & Families for the 2013-2014 Project L.E.A.D. (Linking Education, Advocacy and Development) Program. [$150,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-19 COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP: Ratify and Acceptance of the Regional Access Project Foundation Small Grant Service Agreement #7149 for the Palm Springs Area – Warm/Cool Center; and Approval of Budget Adjustments, 4th/4th District. [3,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-20 COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP: Ratify and Acceptance of the Regional Access Project Foundation Small Grant Service Agreement #7148 for the Mesa Verde and North Shore Community Centers – Warm/Cool Center; and Approval of Budget Adjustments, 4th/4th District. [6,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-21 COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP: Ratify and Acceptance of the Regional Access Project Foundation Small Grant Service Agreement #7147 for the Blythe Community Center – Warm/Cool Center; and Approval of Budget Adjustments, 4th/4th District. [1,500]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-22 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of the Riverside County Fair and Fairgrounds Proposed Rates and Fees for Fiscal Year 2013-2014.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-23 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of First Amendment to the HOME Loan Agreement with Desert Alliance for Community Empowerment for the Use of HOME Funds for Los Vinedos Mobile Home Park in the Unincorporated Community of Mecca, [$0] 4th/4th District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-24 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of the Mecca Comfort Station Memorandum of Understanding, [$106,500] 4th/4th District. (See item 3-28)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-25 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Employment Training Panel Project: Acceptance of Funding; and Approval of the Contract Award to the University of California Riverside (UCR). [$63,244]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-26 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of Professional Services Agreement for Perris Community Health Agency/Sheriff Complex RetroCommissioning Project, 5th/5th District. [$100,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-27 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Ratify and Approval of the Library Automated Services Agreement with the City of Moreno Valley, 5th/5th District. [$66,550]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-28 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of the Mecca Comfort Station Professional Services Agreement with Desert Alliance for Community Empowerment, 4th/4th District. [$106,500]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-29 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Lease – Department of Public Social Services; Adoption of the Negative Declaration for Environmental Assessment Riverside County/California Environmental Quality Act 2012-01, Norco, 2nd/2nd District. [$71,534]

(TAKEN OFF CALENDAR)

3-30 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Lease – Fire Department; and Finding of Notice of Exemption, Perris, 5th/5th District. [$71,087]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-31 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: Transportation Department, Hemet Fuel Station: Approval of the Reduction of the Contract Retention for Jenal Engineering Corporation; and Acceptance of the Notice of Completion, 3rd/3rd District. [$31,844]

(CONT’D. TO 10/08/13 @ 9:00 A.M.)

3-32 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 861.1, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Amending Ordinance No. 861 to Authorize the Delegation of Authority to Execute Leases and Licenses on County Property; and Finding of Notice of Exemption. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-33 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 598.7, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside Amending Ordinance No. 598 to Establish Procedures and Delegating Authority for Acquisition and Disposition of Real Property; and Finding of Notice of Exemption. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-34 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Right of Way Acquisition Agreement for Parcel 0689-026B and Temporary Construction Access Agreement Parcel 0689-026A, all within a portion of APN 609-362-011 for the Fred Waring Drive Improvement Project, 4th/4th District. [$8,900]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-35 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY/FACILITIES MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Right of Way Acquisition Agreement for Parcel 9686-002A within a portion of APN 755-141-002 for the Harrison and Fillmore Streets Paving Project, 4th/4th District. [$10,400]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-36 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 615 Regulating Businesses where Hazardous Waste is Generated, Stored, Handled, Disposed Treated or Recycled. [$0]

(SET FOR HRG. 10/08/2013 @ 9:30 A.M.)

3-37 FIRE: Approval of the College/Pre-Hospital Provider Agreement to Provide Supervised Field Service Experience for EMS Program Students. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-38 FIRE: Approval of the Cooperative Agreement to Provide Fire Protection, Fire Prevention, Rescue and Medical Emergency Services for the City of Desert Hot Springs, 5th/4th District. [$5,565,273]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-39 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of the Exclusive Care – Amendment extending the Exclusive Care Agreement with Health Management Systems for Third Party Liability Recovery Services for two additional years, renewed in one-year increments. [$250,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-40 HUMAN RESOURCES: Approval of the Classification Recommendations for the Project Manager job classifications and amend Ordinance No. 440 pursuant to the Adoption of Resolution 440-8944

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-41 OFFICE ON AGING: Approval of Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Area Plan Contract A3-1314-21 Amendment #1 with California Department of Aging (CDA); and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$285,072]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-42 OFFICE ON AGING: Approval of Contract Agreements for Senior Services with Senior Services Providers. [$2,787,223]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-43 PROBATION: Approval of the Local Community Corrections Partnership Public Safety Realignment and Post-release Community Supervision Implementation Plan Update for Fiscal Year 2013-2014. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-44 PUBLIC HEALTH: Ratify The California Wellness Foundation Agreement #2013-151; Approval of the Amendment to Ordinance No. 440 pursuant to the Adoption of Resolution 440-8942; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$110,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-45 PUBLIC HEALTH: Ratify Agreement #13-20066 with the State of California Department of Public Health, Office of AIDS for Ryan White Part B HIV Medical, Support Care, and Minority AIDS services; and Ratify and Approval of the Sole Source Agreement #14-027 with Desert AIDS Project for HIV Medical Support Services. [$705,784]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-46 PUBLIC HEALTH: Ratify the Multi-Year Agreements for Advance Life Support Services with five paramedic base hospitals in Riverside County. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-47 PUBLIC HEALTH: Ratify Agreement #13-20150 with the State of California Department of Public Health for Surveillance Activities. [$268,565]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-48 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Approval to Extend the Waiver of Board Policy K-3 Telecommuting Program. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-49 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Approval of Amendment #6 for Olive Crest Treatment Centers, Inc. and for Oak Grove Institute Foundation, Inc. [$797,316]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-50 PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES: Ratify and Authorize the Chair to sign the Educational Liaison Agreements with Riverside County Superintendent of Schools. [$139,042]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-51 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Approval of the Agreement between IEHP, Riverside Health System and i2i Systems for the assignment of i2i Tracks software, maintenance and hardware to the County. [$14,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-52 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Approval of the First Amendment to the Law Enforcement Services Agreement with the City of Coachella; Adoption of Resolution 440-8943; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$1,848,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-53 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Engineering Services Agreement with T.Y. Lin International for On-Call Construction Engineering Services. [$2,250,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-54 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Engineering Services Agreement with Vali Cooper & Associates, Inc. for On-Call Construction Engineering Services. [$2,250,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-55 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Plans and Specifications for the Construction of Estelle Street Resurfacing and Grant Street Sidewalk Construction Project in the Community of Home Gardens, 2nd/2nd District. [$861,258]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-56 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Plans and Specifications for the Sunset Avenue Railroad Grade Separation Project in the City of Banning, 5th/5th District.

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(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-57 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Adoption of Resolution 2013-246 Rescinding Resolution 1981-83 a Master Property Tax Transfer Agreement between the City of Corona and the County of Riverside.

(TAKEN OFF CALENDAR)

3-58 ANIMAL SERVICES: Approval of the Opening of the San Jacinto Valley Animal Campus; Approval of Amendment to Ordinance No. 440 pursuant to the Adoption of Resolution 440-8945; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$1,329,435]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-59 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of Fiscal Year 2012-2013 General Year End Cleanup.

(DELETED)

3-60 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Year End Assignment of Fund Balance for Encumbrance.

(DELETED)

3-61 DELETED

3-62 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for Voices of Inland Communities; Perris Valley Historical Museum; Table of Plenty; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-63 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to the Mission Inn Foundation; VFW Post 10267; Riverside Unified School District; Corona Chamber of Commerce; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-64 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to the Unforgettables Foundation; RCC Foundation; AAUW (American Association of University Women); Lake Norconian Foundation; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-65 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to the Corona-Norco Settlement House; Community Foundation; Centennial High School Boys Basketball; Junior League of Riverside; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-66 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: In Principle Approval of the Management of the Southern California Fair. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-67 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the First Amendment to Project Agreement; Roads Bridges, Major Improvements for Development Impact Fee (DIF) Credit “A” Street in Woodcrest, 1st/1st District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-68 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Fourth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Red Hot Ballroom, Inc.; 21st District Legionnaire; Cal State Univ. San Bernardino (CSUSB) Palm Desert Campus; Community Connect; General Patton Memorial; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-69 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Fourth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Joslyn Center Health Fair; Mecca Family & Farmworker’s Service Center; Desert Hot Springs (DHS) Family Resource Center; Idyllwild School PTA; K-9 Friendly Visitors; Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-70 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Ratify the Proclamation of Local Emergency due to Monsoonal storms in the burn areas surrounding the recent Mountain, Falls and Silver fires; and Adoption of Resolution 2013-244 declaring a Local Emergency within Riverside County.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-71 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY: Approval of the Proposed Update to the Wine Country Signage Program – Design Guidelines.

(CONT’D. TO 12/03/13 @ 9:00 A.M.)

3-72 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: Fourth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Economic Development Agency Desert Fall Festivals; California Women for Agriculture; Regional Access Project Foundation; “Dobbs Duffers Fore Children” Blythe Golf Charity Event; and Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-73 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Adoption of Resolution 2013-215 for SPECIFIC PLAN NO. 325, AMENDMENT NO. 1 (CITRUS HEIGHTS); ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 348.4764, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside, amending Ordinance No. 348 for ZC 7779, 1st/1st District.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-74 SUPERVISOR STONE: Denim Day USA Donations – Approval of Budget Adjustments.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4-1 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval in Principle of a Countywide Redevelopment Bond Refunding Program. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4-2 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Adoption of Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule and Successor Agency Administrative Budget for the Period of January 1, 2014 through June 30, 2014. [$56,119,462]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

9-1 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Public Hearing on Adoption of Resolution 2013-064 Making Responsible Agency Findings pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA); Adopting a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan and Issuing Certain Limited Approval for the Perris Valley Line Project by Authorizing Closure of Gernert Road/Poarch Road at the grade crossing of the Perris Valley Rail Line adjacent to Watkins Drive, in the Box Springs Mountain Area, 5th/1st District.

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(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11-1 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Adoption of District Resolution F2013-27 Authorization to Purchase Real Property for the Temescal Creek Floodplain; and Approval of the Agreement for Sale and Purchase of Real Property between the District and David A. Beador and Shannon S. Beador; and Finding of Notice of Exemption, 1st/1st District. [$925,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11-2 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approval of Sole Source Purchase of Trimble Products from Allen Instruments, to renew the annual maintenance and support, extend the product warranty, and procure additional products & supplies through Fiscal Year 2015-2016 in one year increments. [$165,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11-3 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approval of the First Amendment to the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Urban Runoff Discharge Implementation Agreement for the Santa Ana Region, 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 5th Districts. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11-4 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approval of the Multi-Year Agreement for Household Hazardous Waste Collection Programs between the District and the County of Riverside for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 thru 2017-2018. [$300,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11-5 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approval of the Plans and Specifications for the San Jacinto Master Drainage Plan, Line C, Stage 2 Lines C-4, C-5 and B, 3rd/3rd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11-6 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Public Hearing on Adoption of District Resolution F2013-21 Approving the North Norco Channel Stage 10 Project – Consideration of Adopted Mitigated Negative Declaration and Addendum, 2nd/2nd District. [$0]

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(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11-7 SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES: Reappointment of Serena Burnett to the Flood Control Commission – Zone #2.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

12-1C WASTE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Payment for Storm Damage Repair – Flood Damage to the Phase 2, Stage 4 Liner System at the Lamb Canyon Landfill, 5th/5th District. [$500,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

12-2C WASTE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Purchase of One (1) Additional Caterpillar D8T 4i Waste Handling Tractor from a Previously Approved Award via the Competitive Bid Process. [$754,977]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

12-3C WASTE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: Approval of the Agreement with Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District – Support for Regional NPDES Program Activities. [$300,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

13-1D REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT: Approval of the Agreement with KTU+A Planning & Landscape Architecture for Salt Creek Trails Engineering, Design and Environmental Consulting, 3rd/3rd & 5th/5th District. [$307,858]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

14-1 Paul Jacobs spoke regarding the Press-Enterprise building purchase.

14-2 Gary Grant mentioned the County Districts are too large.

14-3 Michelle Randall spoke regarding Mead Valley MAC meetings.

14-4 Robert Mabee read his statement into the record.

14-5 Errol Koschewtz spoke regarding grant received by Federal Government and homeless shelter on March Air Reserve Base.

16-1 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on SPECIFIC PLAN NO. 325 AMENDMENT NO. 1 - Approval of Specific Plan No. 325 Amendment No. 1 proposes to increase residential acreage from 98.4 acres to 135.5 acres, increase the total number of residential units from 295 to 345, increase the average residential lot size from approximately 10,237 square feet to approximately 12,976 square feet, increase the development intensity from 0.9 to 1.0 dwelling units per acre (du/ac), eliminate the 119.1-acre golf course and 3.5-acre golf course clubhouse land uses from the Land Use Plan, increase the area reserved for open space from 85.2 acres to 162.4 acres, increase the acreage designated for public parks from three parks on 2.5 acres to eight parks on 7.0 acres, provide approximately 6.6 miles of pedestrian trails and modify the internal circulation system to accommodate the modified land use plan; Approval of Change of Zone No. 7779 to modify the adopted Specific Plan Zoning Ordinance for SP 325 and formalize all of the planning area boundaries within the Specific Plan; and Approval of Tentative Tract Map No. 36390 (Fast Track No. 2013-05), Schedule A, to subdivide 333.7 acres into 343 single-family residential lots, 8 park lots, 3 water quality detention basin lots, and 43 open space lots.

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(TENT. APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

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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 (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9)

A.1 County of Riverside v. WCP De Anza, LLC, et al. (Case No. RIC 1305085)

(REPORT OUT)

Conference with legal counsel-anticipated litigation:

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

B.1 Two potential cases

Conference with legal counsel-anticipated litigation:

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

C.1 One potential case

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

D.1 Public Employee Performance Evaluation

Title: Hospital Administrator, Riverside County Regional Medical Center

16-3 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Public Hearing on the Temecula Wine Country Community Plan - The Project is generally located in the Southwest Area Plan (SWAP) of the General Plan in the southwestern portion of unincorporated Riverside County. The Project area covers approximately 18,990 acres of land located approximately three miles north of the San Diego County border, east of the City of Temecula, south of Lake Skinner, and northwest of Vail Lake; 18,990 Gross Acres. The Project applicant is the County of Riverside and the EIR Consultant is RBF Consulting. Recommendation for Tentative Certification of Programmatic Environmental Impact Report No. 524; Tentative Approval of General Plan Amendment No. 1077 of the existing Southwest Area Plan (SWAP) and other elements of the General Plan including, but not be limited to, 1) Deletion of the policies of the Citrus Vineyard and Valle de Los Caballos Policy Areas, specifically policies SWAP 1.1 through SWAP 2.1 and the addition of the Temecula Valley Wine Country Policy Area, 2) Revisions to the SWAP Statistical Summary, 3) Deletion of the boundaries of the Citrus Vineyard and Valle de Los Caballos Policy Areas and addition of the boundary of the Temecula Valley Wine Country Policy Area, 4) Revisions to the Circulation Network, 5) Revisions to the Trails and Bikeway Systems map, 6) Revisions to the General Plan Circulation Element Circulation Network, 7) Revisions to the General Plan Circulation Element Trails Network, and 8) Amendment to any other portions of the General Plan reflecting changes arising from the proposed SWAP amendments; Adoption of ORDINANCE NO. 348.4729, an Ordinance of the County of Riverside, Amending Ordinance No. 348 to add four new Zoning Classifications that implement the General Plan: 1) Wine Country – Winery, 2) Wine Country - Winery Existing, 3) Wine Country – Residential, and 4) Wine Country – Equestrian; and Adoption of the Replacement of the Citrus Vineyard Policy Area Design Guidelines with the Temecula Valley Wine Country Design Guidelines & Addition of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Workbook.

(REFERRED to PLANNING COMMISSION AND BRING BACK 12/03/13)

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The Chairman declared the meeting adjourned in memory of Gabriel Louis Acosta, George Louise Klocking, Von Driska, Alfred Robert Munoz, Lyn Burke, Joseph Louis Moore, Robert “Jack” Galletly, Stephen P. Mathis, Samuel J. Sims, Ernest Bradford Overholtzer, Sr., Kenneth “Dick” Richard Edsall, Jerry Abels, Robert Galletly, Jack Dean Underwood, Hendryx Eugene Davis Jr., Howard E. Gurvitz, Mark Allen Burns, Barbara Louise Kocher, John Robert Nieters, Maxine B. Flitcraft, Arthur Rosenthal, Norman J. Winsor, Gary James Henderson, Alice (Bonny) Testa-DeIrueste, and Norman Whichello.

John Benoit, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

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