STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT SUPERVISOR TAVAGLIONE

JANUARY 31, 2017

TUESDAY

9:00 A.M.

CLOSED SESSION TELECONFERENCE AT 3825 WESTWOOD DRIVE, RIVERSIDE, CA (951) 955-1020

Call to Order

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

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

Presentations - Annual Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival Reigning Court

Roll Call

Open Comments

Board Members:

Supervisor Ashley:

· Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Installation

· Moreno Valley Chamber of Commerce Installation and Awards Banquet

· Riverside Sheriff’s Association Annual Awards Dinner

· Frederick Thomas Perris Day

· Riverside Sheriff’s Association All-Star Classic

· Mikey Garcia 3x World Boxing Champion Resident of Moreno Valley

1.1 3462 CLERK OF THE BOARD: Proof of Publication. [$0]

(APPROVED)

1.2 3325 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 35864 – Applicant: Chad Davies – First Supervisorial District – Edgemont-Sunnymead Zoning District – Reche Canyon/Badlands Area Plan: Rural Community: Estate Density Residential (RC:EDR) (2 Acre Minimum) and Rural: Rural Mountainous (R:RM) (10 Acre Minimum) – Location: Easterly of Box Springs Mountain Road and southerly of Gawn Trail – 12.15 Gross acres – Zoning: Residential Agricultural – 2 1/4 Acre Minimum (R-A-2 1/4) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule ‘H’ subdivision of 20.57 acres into two (2) residential parcels with Parcel 1 and Parcel 2 being 8.42 and 12.15 gross acres, respectively – REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP No. 35864 [Applicant Fees 100%]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.3 2898 TRANSPORTATION LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 30807 - Applicant: SR Conestoga, LLC c/o Jim Lytle - Third Supervisorial District – Winchester Zoning Area - Harvest Valley/Winchester Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Density Residential (CD-MDR), Medium High Density Residential (CD-MHDR) - Location: Easterly of Leon Road, Westerly of State Highway 79 and Southerly of Domenigoni Parkway – 201.67Gross acres - Zoning: Specific Plan (SP293). APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule A - subdivide 201.67 acres into 206 residential lots and 10 open space lots for Planning Areas 44 and 46 of Specific Plan 293 (Winchester Hills). Planning Areas 44 and 46 allow for a combined total of 523 residential lots. This project proposes 317 fewer lots than permitted in the Specific Plan. REQUEST: THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP No. 30807, extending the expiration date to July 28th, 2017. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.4 3324 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 31820 – Applicant: Peter Pitassi – Third Supervisorial District – Homeland Zoning Area – Harvest Valley/Winchester Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Density Residential (CD-MDR) – Location: Northerly of Anna Lyn Lane, easterly of Branson Lane, southerly of Western View Drive, and westerly of Leon Road – 4.92 Acres – Zoning: One-Family Dwellings (R-1) - APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule A subdivision to subdivide 4.92 acres into 17 single family residential lots and one open space lot for water quality. REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP No. 31820. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.5 3484 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 34466 - Applicant: Darren Chin - Third Supervisorial District – Rancho California Zoning Area - Southwest Area Plan Rural: Rural Residential (R: RR), Open Space: Conservation Habit (OS: CH) - Location: Northerly of Buck Road, southerly of Borel Road, and westerly of Warren Road – 1,099.3 acres - Zoning: Residential Agricultural (R-A), Open Area Combining Zone-Residential Developments (R-5), and Citrus/Vineyard – (C/V)- APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule B subdivision of 1,099.3 acres into 236 lots that consists of 216 single family residential lots (128 with a 1/2 acre minimum lot size in the R-A zone and 88 with a 1 acre minimum lot size in the C/V zone), 8 winery production lots with a 15-acre minimum lot size, 12 open space lots, which total 96.59 gross acres, and a 574.99 acre MSHCP conservation lot. In addition, the project proposes and a 1.5-acre lot for a future fire station- REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP No. 34466, extending the expiration date to April 3rd, 2018. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.6 3326 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: FOURTH EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 30399 – Applicant: Meridian Land Development – Fourth Supervisorial District – Lower Coachella Valley Zoning District – Eastern Coachella Valley Area Plan: Community Development: Very Low Density Residential (CD:VLDR) – Location: Northerly of Airport Blvd., easterly of Monroe St., westerly of Arabia St. – 40 acres - Zoning: One-Family Dwelling, Minimum of 30,000 sq. ft. (R-1-30000) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule ‘A’ subdivision to divide 40 acres into 40 residential lots with separate common retention basin lots, horse/pedestrian trail lots, landscaped entry lot, a well site and private streets located within Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 767-360-001 and 767-360-002. AMENDED BY BOARD CONDITIONS MAP – REQUEST: FOURTH EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP No. 30399. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.7 3256 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME FOR PUBLIC USE PERMIT NO. 914 : (Fast Track Authorization 2013-04) – Applicant: Desert Harvest, LLC – Fourth Supervisorial District – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Public Use Permit to construct, operate, and maintain a 220 kilovolt (kV) electrical transmission line (herein referred to as the “Gen Tie Line”) in connection with its 150-megawatt solar photovoltaic solar energy-generating facility known as the “Desert Harvest Solar Project” located approximately five miles north of Desert Center. REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME to June 17, 2017. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.8 3329 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 36134 – Applicant: Grant Becklund – Engineer/Representative: Angelo Migliacco – Fifth Supervisorial District – Cherry Valley Zoning District – The Pass Area Plan: Rural Community: Very Low Density Residential (RC:VLDR) (1 Acre Minimum) Location: Northerly of Pass View Drive, easterly of Nancy Avenue, southerly of Newberry Street, and westerly of Slope Drive – 3.7 Gross Acres – Zoning: Residential Agricultural – 2.5 Acre Minimum (R-A-2.5) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule ‘H’ subdivision of 3.7 gross acres into three one-acre parcels – REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE Parcel Map NO. 36134. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

2.1 2782 BOS DISTRICT 4: Reappointment of Elin Holmberg-Rowland to the Sky Valley Community Advisory Council, 4th District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.2 3509 BOS DISTRICT 4: Reappointment of Julie R. Casserly to the Sky Valley Community Advisory Council [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.3 3507 SUPERVISOR MARION ASHLEY: Reappointment of Miguel Arciniega

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.4 3508 SUPERVISOR MARION ASHLEY: Appointment of Steven Perry

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.5 3418 OFFICE ON AGING: Advisory Council on Aging Member Appointment

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.6 3371 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and file the Treasurer’s Purchase Detail Report for December 2016.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.7 3372 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File the Treasurer’s Monthly Disclosure Report on Investments dated December 2016.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.8 3405 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Treasurer’s Monthly Statement of County and School Funds for December 2016.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.1 3515 SUPERVISOR JOHN TAVAGLIONE: Appointment of Supervisor Marion Ashley to provide supervisorial oversight of District 4 pending the Governor's action on filing the vacancy created by Supervisor John J. Benoit's untimely passing. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.2 3440 BOS DISTRICT 4: Adoption of Resolution 2017-036 Authorizing Application for State of California's Housing-Related Parks Program Grant, 4th District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.3 3267 ASSESSOR-CLERK-RECORDER: Approve and execute the Agreement with CoreLogic, Inc. for Real Estate Fraud Notification of Deed Execution for five (5) years. Ratify and Execute Amendment No.8 with Data Trace Information Services LLC for $850,000. Districts: All; [Total Cost: 3,150,000] Departmental Revenue (100%)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.4 3385 COUNTY COUNSEL AND RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM: Approve the one-year agreement with Securance, LLC for $261,523 to provide an assessment of information security risks and recommendations of technical solutions [$261,523 100%- Medical Center funds]; District 5.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.5 2532 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Exclusive Negotiations Agreement between the County of Riverside and Peggy Marie Hughes, Robert James Starnes District 5, CEQA Exempt; [$20,000] Fifth District Community Improvement Designation Funds, 50% and Third District Community Improvement Designation Funds 50%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.6 2830 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Riverside County Fire Department Station 26 Expansion - California Environmental Quality Act Exempt, Approval of In-Principle and Project Budget, District 3. [$1,110,760 - Development Impact Fees - Operations Fund Western Riverside County Fire Facilities Fund 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.7 3158 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Third Amendment to Lease, Riverside University Health System - Behavioral Health, Blythe, 5 Year Lease, CEQA Exempt, District 4, [$1,136,701]; Federal 46%, State 54%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.8 3265 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): First Amendment to Lease, Riverside County Library System, CEQA Exempt, District 2, [$2,266,420]; County Library Fund 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.9 3330 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Approve and Execute the Rule 21 Generator Interconnection Agreement for Exporting Generating Facilities – Amendment No. 1 for Ben Clark Training Center between the County of Riverside and Southern California Edison for 20 years, District 1, [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.10 3450 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Approve the Fixed Base Operation (FBO) and Development Lease Agreement between the County of Riverside and Military Freefall Solutions, Inc. at Blythe Airport for a 25 year term with one five-year Option to Extend; No Further CEQA Action Required; District 4, [$0]

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.11 3524 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT: Proclamation of Local Emergency in Riverside County due to a major winter storm.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.12 3023 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Ratify the Vector Control Services Agreement No. 12-022 between the Eastern Municipal Water District and the Riverside County Department of Environmental Health. Districts 3 and 5 [$65,000 - 100% Department Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.13 3345 HUMAN RESOURCES: Ratify and execute Amendment No. 5 to the Agreement for Pharmacy Benefit Services with Navitus Health Solutions, LLC, through August 31, 2017. [All District] [Total Cost $9,900,000 - 100% Exclusive Care Members Premiums]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.14 2733 OFFICE ON AGING: Ratify and Approve an Agreement between Independent Living Partnership and Riverside County Office on Aging to provide education and escorted transportation programs. [All District] [$42,500 - 100% Local]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.15 3331 OFFICE ON AGING: Approve Services Agreement between Desert Regional Medical Center, Inc. (Hospital) and the County of Riverside for Care Transitions Intervention (CTI) services administered by the Office on Aging for a three-year period beginning on the date this agreement is fully executed. [District - 4] [Total Cost: $341,340; 100% Local]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.16 3442 OFFICE ON AGING: Approve Standard Agreement Amendment 1 to Agreement Numbers AP-1617-21 and MI-1517-21 between the California Department of Aging and the County of Riverside for senior services. [All District] [$816,015: 83% Federal, 17% State].

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.17 3085 PUBLIC SAFETY ENTERPRISE COMMUNICATION (PSEC): Approve a Collection Agreement with the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), Forest Service, OMB 0596-0217, FS-1500-11. [District 1]; [$68,852, 100% PSEC Operations]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.18 3237 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH: In-principle Approval for Lease or Purchase of New Space for Riverside University Health System – Behavioral Health for the Moreno Valley Adult Integrated Services Clinic [District 5] 60% Federal, 40% State

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.19 3294 RUHS-BEHAVIORAL HEALTH: Approve and Ratify Performance Agreement Number 16-93134 between the State Department of Health Care Services and Riverside University Health System - Behavioral Health (District: All) [$0 ongoing]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.20 3278 RUHS - MEDICAL CENTER: Approval of a Professional Service Agreement with Faculty Physicians and Surgeons of LLUSM, dba Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group to provide cardiology physician services without seeking competitive bids for five years; District 5; [$11,014,445 five years]; Hospital Enterprise Fund

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.21 3544 DELETED - SEE ITEM 9.1

3.22 3314 TLMA TRANSPORTATION: Adopt Resolution No. 2017-017, Notice of Intent to Accept Portions of Route 74 in the Meadowbrook and Good Hope Areas Into the County Highway System, Adopt Resolution No. 2017-018, Notice of Intent to Accept Portions of Route 74 and Convey the Relinquished Road Right of Way to the City of Lake Elsinore, Adopt Resolution No. 2017-019, Consenting to the Relinquishment of a Portion of Route 74 in the Meadowbrook and Good Hope Areas and Joint Relinquishment of Adjoining Portions of Route 74 to the County of Riverside and City of Lake Elsinore and Approve the Relinquishment Agreement between the County and Caltrans; and Waiver of the 90 Day Notice Period Pursuant to Streets and Highways Code Section 73. 1st District; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.23 3449 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Resolution No. 2017-012 San Jacinto Unified School District General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2016, Series 2017; 3rd & 5th Dist.; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4.1 3424 SUCCESSOR AGENCY Refunding of Outstanding Bonds of the Dissolved Redevelopment Agency, Districts 2, 4, 5, [$480,000], Bond Proceeds

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4.2 3427 SUCCESSOR AGENCY Refunding of Outstanding Housing Redevelopment Bonds, All Districts, [$250,000], Bond Proceeds

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4.3 3428 SUCCESSOR AGENCY: Refunding of Outstanding Bonds of the Dissolved Redevelopment Agency, Districts 2, 3, 5, [$250,000], Bond Proceeds

Part 2 Part 3

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

5.1 3425 PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY: Refunding of Outstanding Bonds of the Dissolved Redevelopment Agency, Districts 2, 4, 5, [$480,000], Bond Proceeds

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

9.1 3156 TLMA-TRANSPORTATION: Adopt Resolution No. 2017-013, Consideration of the Installation of a Locked Gate Across Box Springs Mountain Road in the Box Springs Mountain Area Pursuant to Streets and Highway Code Section 966. This Action is Exempt Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). 1st District; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

10.1 3225 HOUSING AUTHORITY: Ratify and approve the Fiscal Year 2016-17 Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Agreement between the Housing Authority of the County of Riverside and the City of Riverside; All Districts [$1,146,583], U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 100%; CEQA Exempt

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11.1 3475 SUPERVISOR CHUCK WASHINGTON: Appointment Ken Graff as Riverside County Flood Control Commissioner, Zone Four

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

12.1C 3443 DEPARTMENT OF WASTE RESOURCES: Contract Award for the Construction of 2016 Site Maintenance and Improvements at the Badlands Sanitary Landfill, District 5 [$589,522 – Department of Waste Resources Enterprise Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

Public Comment

1.0 Scott Goennier spoke regarding tax defaulted property and requested meeting with Departments.

15.1 3439 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: GENERAL PLAN INITIATION PROCEEDINGS FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1167 (Foundation and Entitlement/Policy) – Applicant: Beresford Properties, LLC – Engineer/Representative: Environmental Science Associates – First Supervisorial District – Southwest Area Plan – Walker Basin Policy Area – Rancho California Zoning Area – Zoning: Residential Agriculture (R-A-5) – Location: East of Carancho Road, North of Calle Nuevo, west of El Chaval Place, and south of Calle Capistrada – 6.1 gross acres – REQUEST: Adopt an order initiating the proceedings for General Plan Amendment No. 1167, that proposes to amend the project site’s General Plan Foundation Component from Rural (R) to Community Development (CD) and to change its Land Use Designation from Rural Mountainous (RM) to Commercial Retail (CR), on 1 parcel, approximately 6.1 gross acres. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM. TO ADOPT AN ORDER TO INITIATE PROCEEDINGS)

15.2 3444 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: GENERAL PLAN INITIATION PROCEEDINGS FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1169 (Foundation and Entitlement/Policy) APPLICANT: Summit Land Partners, LLC – ENGINEER/REPRESENTATIVE: Stantec – First Supervisorial District – Elsinore Area Plan – Temescal Zoning District – ZONE: Natural Assets (NA), Watercourse, Watershed, and Conservation Areas (W-1), and Rural Residential (R-R) – LOCATION: Generally located north of I-15, east of Canyon Circle, and surrounding Corona Lake – PROJECT SIZE: 548 gross acres – REQUEST: Adopt an order initiating the proceedings for General Plan Amendment No. 1169, that proposes to amend and reconfigure portions of the project site’s General Plan Foundation Components from Open Space (OS) and Rural (RUR) to Community Development (CD) and amend its Land Use Designations from Rural (RUR) and Rural Residential (RR) to Conservation (C), Public Facilities (PF), Medium High Density Residential (MHDR), and High Density Residential (HDR), on 13 parcels, totaling 548 gross acres. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM. TO ADOPT AN ORDER TO INITIATE PROCEEDINGS)

15.3 3445 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: GENERAL PLAN INITIATION PROCEEDINGS FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1172 (Foundation and Entitlement/Policy) – APPLICANT: Martin Caputo – ENGINEER/REPRESENTATIVE: Blaine Womer – First Supervisorial District – Lake Mathews/Woodcrest Area Plan – Woodcrest Zoning District – ZONE: Residential-Agriculture (R-A) – Location: North of Van Buren Boulevard, south of Iris Avenue, east of Gamble Avenue, and west of Chicago Avenue – PROJECT SIZE: 1.87 gross acres – REQUEST: Adopt an order initiating the proceedings for General Plan Amendment No. 1172, that proposes to amend the project site’s General Plan Foundation Component from Rural Community (RC) to Community Development (CD) and amend its Land Use Designation from Very Low Density Residential (VLDR) to Commercial Retail (CR), on one parcel, totaling 1.87 gross acres. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM. TO ADOPT AN ORDER TO INITIATE PROCEEDINGS)

15.4 3446 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: GENERAL PLAN INITIATION PROCEEDINGS FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1176 (Entitlement/Policy) – APPLICANT: Sisters of the Company of Mary Our Lady – ENGINEER/REPRESENTATIVE: MDMG – Third Supervisorial District – Southwest Area Plan – Rancho California Zoning Area – ZONE: Residential Agriculture-2½ Acre Minimum (R-A-2 ½) – LOCATION: North of Avenida Lestonnac, south of Rancho California Road, east of Avenita Olgita, and west of Avenida Bordeaux – PROJECT SIZE: 17.07 gross acres – REQUEST: Adopt an order initiating the proceedings for General Plan Amendment No. 1176, that proposes to remove an existing K-8 private school from the boundaries of the Temecula Valley Wine Country Policy Area – Residential District, on one parcel, totaling 17.07 gross acres. [Deposit Based Fees 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM. TO ADOPT AN ORDER TO INITIATE PROCEEDINGS)

15.5 3447 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: GENERAL PLAN INITIATION PROCEEDINGS FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1202 (Entitlement/Policy) – APPLICANT: Koll Custom Homes, Inc. – ENGINEER/REPRESENTATIVE: Love Engineering – Third Supervisorial District – Southwest Area Plan – Rancho California Zoning Area – ZONE: Citrus Vineyard (C/V-10) – LOCATION: Generally located north of Los Nogales Road, south of Monte de Oro Road, west of Camino del Vino, and east of Anza Road – PROJECT SIZE: 48.52 gross acres – REQUEST: Adopt an order initiating the proceedings for General Plan Amendment No. 1202, that proposes to remove the project site from the Temecula Valley Wine Country – Wine District Policy Area and include in the Temecula Valley Wine Country – Residential District Policy Area, on one parcel, totaling 48.52 gross acres. [Deposit Based Fees 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM. TO ADOPT AN ORDER TO INITIATE PROCEEDINGS)

CLOSED SESSION TELECONFERENCE AT 3825 WESTWOOD DRIVE, RIVERSIDE, CA (951) 955-1020

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 54946.9)

A.1 Katelyn Allmon, and minor by ad through her Guardian Ad Litem, Daniel Allmon; and Donald Simons, an individual v. County of Riverside, et al. (Case No. RIC1513934)

A.2 Dejon Edwards v. Deputy Eric Brewer, et al. (Case No. 5-CV-02244 JGB (DTBx)

A.3 Sierra Club; Center for Biological Diversity, and San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society v. Riverside County; Riverside County Board of Supervisors (Case No. RIC 1700098)

Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation (d)(2) of Government Code Section 54956.9

B.1 One potential case

Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation (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 54957.6:

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 Vice Chairman declared the meeting adjourned in memory of Jacqueline Bethel, Maryanne Green-Martin, Patricia Ann Sims, George Arthur Nordquist, Sr., Walter A. Cornell, Walter Gnehm, Thomas Leonard Phillips, Horace J. Wilson, Mary Tyler Moore and Sara Thomas.

Chuck Washington, Vice Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

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