STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

FEBRUARY 10, 2015

TUESDAY

9:00 A.M.

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

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

Presentation – National Heart Awareness Month

Presentation – Employee Service Awards

BOARD MEMBERS

Supervisor Ashley:

· Thanked all who attended brother's funeral

Supervisor Benoit

· Desert Sunlight Solar Farm Commission 'Flip the Switch' event

· Solar Powered Schools in Palm Springs Unified School District

· McCoy Job Fair for Solar Project

· County Law Building Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Dr. Kaiser;

· Update on Measles and Flu

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

(APPROVED)

2-1 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY on behalf of the THIRD DISTRICT: Appointment of Marci Volz to the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Task Force. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-2 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY on behalf of the THIRD DISTRICT: 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, 3rd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-3 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Appointment of Donna Harrington to the Banning Library District Board of Trustees. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-4 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Appointment of Verne Lauritzen as an Alternate to the Riverside Transit Agency Board of Directors. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-5 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Appointment of Kassen Klein to the Murrieta Cemetery District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-6 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Appointment of Dave Seymour to the Murrieta Cemetery District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-7 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Reappointment of Mary J. Johnson to the Murrieta Cemetery District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-8 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Reappointment of Connie Cain McConnell to the Murrieta Cemetery District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-9 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Reappointment of E.F. Vollbrecht to the Murrieta Cemetery District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-10 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Renewal of the Local Emergency Declaration for Riverside County due to the spread of Pierce's Disease in the Local Vineyards, 3rd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-11 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Appointment of Daryl Talbert to the City of Corona Successor Agency Oversight Board. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-12 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Approval of Medical Staff Appointments, Reappointments and Clinical Privileges, 5th District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2-13 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Appointment of Keri Then to the Commission for Women. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-1 SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES: First District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for Riverside Meals on Wheels Inc.; Latino Network; Spanish Town Heritage Foundation; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$4,000 – General Fund 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-2 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to the Corona Library Foundation; Norco Horseweek; A Salute to Veteran's Parade Committee; RCRMC Foundation; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$9,500 – General Fund 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-3 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Approval of the Revenue Ground Sublease – Alternative Energy; and Finding of Notice of Exemption, 2nd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-4 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY AND SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES: Approval of the March Joint Powers Authority Agreement Thirteenth Amendment. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-5 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of Budget Adjustments to Increase Support for the Riverside Inmate Destination Endeavor (RIDE) Pilot Program, 3rd District. [$25,000 – Court Facilities Fund]

(CONT'D. TO 03/10/2015 @ 9:00 A.M.)

3-6 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Receive and File Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Midyear Budget Report; Approval of the Recommendations and Budget Adjustments; Approval of Amendment to Ordinance No. 440 pursuant to the Adoption of Resolution No. 440-8994; and Approval of Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Budget Policies and Schedule. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM./EXCEPT RECOMMENDATION 6 IN ATTACHMENT A)

3-7 COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY: Approval of the 2015 #15F-2032 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Agreement; Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-048; Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-050; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$653,000 – CSBG]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-8 COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY: Approval of the 2015 #15B-3029 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Agreement; Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-047; Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-049; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$9, 076,814 – LIHEAP]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-9 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Indio Mental Health Oasis Treatment Center Unit B Space Conversion Project – Acceptance of the Notice of Completion; Authorize Release of Retained Funds to De La Riva Construction, Inc. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-10 FIRE: Approval of the College/Pre-Hospital Provider Agreement between the County of Riverside and the American Medical Response West, doing business as National College of Technical Instruction to provide Supervised Field Service Experience for Emergency Medical Service Program Students. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-11 FIRE: Approval of the Transfer of One (1) 2010 Ford Expedition from the City of La Quinta to the Fire Department, 4th District. [$750 – General Fund 26%, Prop 172 and Structural Fire Taxes 33%, Contract Reimbursement 42%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-12 PUBLIC HEALTH: Ratify the Repair of the Roche LC MagnaPure Automated Nucleic Acid Extractor by Roche Diagnostics Corporation without obtaining competitive Bids. [$30,223 – Department Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-13 PURCHASING AND FLEET SERVICES: Approval and Execution of the Agreements with Kone Inc. and Otis Elevator Company for a Complete Maintenance Program for Elevators for Facilities Management Countywide. [$1,750,000 – Department Budgets]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-14 RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER AND RIVERSIDE COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Ratify and Approval of the Agreement with MCI Communications Services, Inc. doing business as Verizon Business Services for a Comprehensive HIPAA Security Risk Analysis and Privacy Assessment Report other than the low bid. [Not to exceed $913,000 – RCRMC Operating Budget]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-15 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Acceptance of the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) Program Grant Award and Sole Source Approval for the Provision of Two Crime Analysis. [$1,286,405 – Federal HIDTA Grant Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-16 DELETED

3-17 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Approval of Amendments to the Professional Services Agreements with Atkins North America, Inc. and RBF Consulting for the draft and final General Plan Amendment No. 960 (GPA NO. 960), EIR No. 521 and CAP. [$785,000 – Department Budget]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-18 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Approval of Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Services Agreement with GeoPacifica, Inc. [$150,000 – Deposit Based Fees 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-19 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Acceptance of the Notice of Completion – Modification of an Existing Traffic Signal at the Intersection of Cajalco Road and Clark Street in the Mead Valley Area, 1st District. [$117,718 – Local Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-20 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of a Professional Service Agreement for Landscape Maintenance Services with Tapia Landscaping Pertaining to L&LMD 89-1-C Zones located in the Woodcrest Area, 1st District. [$635,685 – Local Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-21 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of a Professional Service Agreement for Landscape Maintenance Services with Tapia Landscaping Pertaining to L&LMD 89-1-C Zones located in the La Sierra Area, 1st District. [$564,300 – Local Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-22 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of a Professional Service Agreement for Landscape Maintenance Services with Inland Empire Landscape Pertaining to L&LMD 89-1-C Zones located in the Temecula Area, 3rd District. [$301,725 – Local Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-23 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Acceptance of the Notice of Completion – Stanford Street Resurfacing Project from Thornton Avenue to Florida Avenue and Construction of a Traffic Signal at the Intersection of Stanford Street and Mayberry Avenue in the Community of East Hemet, 3rd District. [$2,169,800 – State Funds 91.3%, Local Funds 8.7%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-24 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Acceptance of the Notice of Completion – Washington Street and Krameria Avenue Traffic Signal and Lighting, Washington Street Resurfacing and King Avenue Sidewalk Projects in the Community of Woodcrest, 1st District. [$831,772 – State Funds 39.4%, Local Funds 60.6%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-25 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Acceptance of the Notice of Completion – Columbia Street Sidewalk Safety Project, Acacia Avenue to Tava Lane in the Community of East Hemet, 3rd District. [$196,024 – Local Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-26 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Plans and Specifications for Rudell Road Reconstruction Project and Temescal Canyon Road Improvements and Traffic Signal Modification Project in the El Cerrito Community, 2nd District. [$648,218 – Local Funds 100%] (Clerk to advertise)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-27 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Approval of the Plans and Specifications and Authorization to Advertise for Bids for the Highland Springs Avenue Resurfacing Project in the Community of Cherry Valley, 5th District. [$280,000 – Local Funds 100%]

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-28 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Jefferson Street at Interstate 10 Project in the City of Indio - Approval of Five Addenda to the Plans and Specifications; Waiver of any minor irregularities, Acceptance of the Low Bid and Award of Contract to Riverside Construction Company, Inc., 4th District. [$42,337,130 – Federal Funds 88%, Local Funds 12%]

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-29 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Emergency Storm Damage Repair Work, Varner Road and Rio Del Sol Road Retention Basin - Receive and File the Emergency Contract with Granite Construction Company, Thousand Palms, 4th District. [$322,000 – Local Funds 100%]

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-30 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Emergency Storm Damage Repair Work, Ewarton Road Retention Basin and 42nd Avenue Sidewalk, Curb and Gutter Replacement in the Community of Bermuda Dunes - Receive and File the Emergency Contract with Cooley Construction, Inc., 4th District. [$101,177 – Local Funds 100%]

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-31 DELETED

3-32 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-044 – Val Verde Unified School District General Obligation Bonds 2012 Election, Series 2015B, 5th District. [$0]

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-33 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of the 2015 Federal Legislative Platform. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-34 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Approval of the 2015 State Legislative Platform. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-35 DELETED

3-36 SUPERVISOR ASHLEY: Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds for the Riverside County Office of Education; Perris Union Management Association; March Field Air Museum; Art 'N Kids; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$10,500 – General Fund 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-37 EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND CLERK OF THE BOARD: Approval of Amendment to Board Policy A-34 Recognition of Service to the County – Presentation of Awards; and Approval of the 2015 Recurring Board Presentations List. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-38 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation Funds to the Riverside Sunrise Rotary; Reach Out; Corona Chamber of Commerce; and Approval of Budget Adjustments. [$24,000 – General Fund 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3-39 SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE: Authorization and Adoption of Resolution No. 2015-056 Appointing Applicable Member Aaron Hake to the Riverside County Redevelopment Successor Agency Oversight Board. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4-1 Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency: Adoption of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule; Adoption of the Administrative Budget for the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency. [$34,162,888 – Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund (RPTTF) (77%), Redevelopment Bond Proceeds 22%, Successor Agency Reserves 1%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

9-1 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Public Hearing on the Van Horn Youth Treatment and Education Center – Approval of Construction Agreement with Pinner Construction Co., Inc.; Approval of Addenda No. 1 through 5 to the plans and specifications; and Approval of a Reduction to the Project Budget, 1st District. [$32,695,960 – SB81 State Financing Program 75%, General Fund 23%, Probation 2%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

10-1 HOUSING AUTHORITY: Approval of the First Amendment to the Ground Lease between the Housing Authority of the County of Riverside and Jurupa Valley Vista Rio Partners LP relating to APN 181-041-002, 181-041-004, AND 181-041-008; Adoption of Housing Authority Resolution No. 2015-002 Funding Commitment and Support for Application for Low-Income Housing Tax Credits for the Vista Rio Apartments in the City of Jurupa Valley; and Finding of Notice of Exemption, 2nd District. [$2,500,000 – Low-Moderate Income Housing Asset Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11-1 FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT: Approval of the Cooperative Agreement between the District and the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA) for the Below Prado, Inland Empire Brine Line Sheet Pile Protection Project, 2nd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11-2 FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT: Appointment of Chris Riggs as the City of Corona Successor Agency Oversight Board appointee from the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

12-1C WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT: Construction of two off-site downgradient groundwater monitoring wells at the Closed Mead Valley Sanitary Landfill and one downgradient groundwater monitoring well at the Badlands Sanitary Landfill for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 – Approval of Contract Documents for Completion. [$0]

Part 2

Part 3

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

13-1C PARKS: Approval of the Amendment to the Lease between Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the County of Riverside Administered by the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District for Recreational Development of Lake Skinner; Water Use Credit; and Finding of Notice of Exemption, 3rd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

13-2C PARKS: Approval of the Designation of Lawler Lodge as a Riverside County Historical Landmark, 3rd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

13-1D REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN-SPACE DISTRICT: Approval of the Amendment to the Lease between Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the County of Riverside Administered by the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District for Recreational Development of Lake Skinner; Water Use Credit, 3rd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

13-2D REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN-SPACE DISTRICT: Adoption of District Resolution No. 2015-3 Notice of Intention to Purchase Real Property in the Temescal Valley of the Unincorporated Area of Western Riverside County, 1st District. [$158,174 – Western Riverside County Development Impact Fee Fund]

(SET FOR PUBLIC MEETING ON OR AFTER 03/10/2015 @ 10:30 A.M.)

13-3D REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN-SPACE DISTRICT: Ticket Program Agreement between the District and Costco Wholesale Corporation, 2nd & 3rd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

13-4D REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN-SPACE DISTRICT: Receive and File the 2014 Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival Report; and Authorize the District to proceed with plans for the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival Association to conduct the 2015 Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival, 3rd District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

PUBLIC COMMENT:

1-0 Britt Holmstrom spoke requesting a meeting on Waste Management cost.

2-0 Garry Grant spoke regarding CSA 41 money taken for road work.

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-existing litigation:

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

A.1 Jason Hunter v. County of Riverside, et al. (Case No. RIC 1215764)

A.2 Gregory Betts, Mary Betts v. County of Riverside, et al. (Case No. RIC 1104540)

A.3 Lavenia Mazon, etc., et al. v. County of Riverside, Daniel Matloff, etc.

(Case No. ED CV 12-02240 DMG (SPx))

A.4 City of Canyon Lake v. County of Riverside, RCSC Case No. RIC 1500120/Claim of County of Riverside v. City of Canyon Lake

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 Nine potential cases

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

(NO REPORT OUT)

The Chairman declared the meeting adjourned in memory of Patrick Cooney, Julia Anne Duarte, Charles Herbert Veitch, Virginia Ann Milanovich, Elton Fessier, Barbara Jean Knight Preston, Clayton Hamel, Marlene Santo, and Evan J. VanAntwerp.

Marion Ashley, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

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