STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

AUGUST 28, 2018

TUESDAY

9:00 A.M.

Call to Order

Roll Call

Invocation by Pam Torres, Principal Accountant, Probation Department

Pledge of Allegiance

OPENING COMMENTS

BOARD MEMBERS

Supervisor Jeffries:

· Illegal food vendor crack down

Supervisor Ashley:

· Beaumont State of the City

· Rising Stars Business Academy Ribbon Cutting

· Moreno Valley State of the City

Supervisor Perez:

· Behavioral Health Green Ribbon Committee

· National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO) National Education Leadership and Public Policy Academy

· Special Districts Association of Riverside County Inaugural Meeting

· Chiriaco Summit 85th Anniversary

Supervisor Tavaglione:

· Acknowledged Calvin Render’s son Kyle’s accomplishments.

Supervisor Washington:

· Rob Miller Animal Services Euthanasia Campaign – No Kill 23 5 year plan

· Recognized the new Fire Chief Shawn Newman

· State of the County, September 6, 2018 at Pechanga in Temecula

EXECUTIVE OFFICER

George Johnson:

· Announced the birth of Rebecca Spencer’s daughter

· Recognized and thanked all of the departments involved in assisting with keeping Riverside County safe in the recent fires

· Coalition National Association of Workforce Boards recognized the County of Riverside as 1 of 3 areas in the U.S. for labor in the Workforce Study

· Purchasing Department received 2018 Recipient of the Achievement of excellence Procurement Award

STATE BUDGET UPDATE

(NO BUSINESS)

1 ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

1.1 7269 CLERK OF THE BOARD: Proof of Publication. [$0]

(APPROVED)

1.2 7797 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 36475 – Applicant: City Ventures Homebuilding, LLC – First Supervisorial District – Lake Mathews Zoning District – Lake Mathews/Woodcrest Area Plan: Rural Community: Low Density Residential (RC-LDR) (0.5 acre min.) – Location: North of El Sobrante Rd., east of McAllister St., south of Sweet Ave., west of Vista del Lago Dr. – 168.33 Acres – Zoning: One-Family Dwellings (R-1) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: a Schedule “A” subdivision of 168.33 acres into 171 residential lots, two (2) water quality detention basins, four (4) park sites, and 21 open space lots – REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 36475, extending the expiration date to June 30, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.3 7800 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 30852 – Applicant: Mitzman Land Development, Inc. – First Supervisorial DistrictTemescal Zoning Area – Lake Mathews/Woodcrest Area Plan: Rural Community: Very Low Density Residential (RC:VLDR) (1 acre min.) and Open Space: Recreation (OS:R) – Location: North of Dawson Canyon Road, South of Arcaro Drive, West of Gavilan Springs Ranch – 414.22 Acres – Zoning: Residential Agricultural (R-A-1) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Subdivision of 414.22 gross acres into 249 residential lots with a minimum lot size of 1 gross acre on 348.5 gross acres, seven (7) Open Space lots with a minimum lot size of 0.25 acres on 58.54 gross acres, and four (4) detention basins with a minimum lot size of 0.70 acres on 3.89 gross acres – REQUEST: SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 30852, extending the expiration date to September 3, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.4 7750 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32989 – Applicant: Highgrove Property Owner, LLC – Second Supervisorial District – University Zoning District – Highgrove Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Density Residential (CD:MDR) (2-5 du/ac) – Location: North of Center St., east of Mt. Vernon Ave., south of Teresa St., west of Carlin Ln. – 10.04 Acres – Zoning: One-Family Dwellings (R-1) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule “A” Subdivision of 10.04 acres into 27 single family residential lots and two (2) open space lots for a paseo connection and water detention – REQUEST: THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32989, extending the expiration date to June 27, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.5 7803 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 34676 – Applicant: L&J Ranch Development, LLC – Third Supervisorial District – Rancho California Zoning Area – Southwest Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Density Residential (CD:MDR) (2-5 du/ac) – Location: North of Anza Rd., east of Via Pascal, south of Monte Verde Rd., west of Butterfield Stage Rd. – 10.27 Acres – Zoning: One-Family Dwellings (R-1) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule “A” subdivision of 10.27 acres into 22 single family residential lots with a minimum lot size of 10,000 square feet and one (1) detention basin – REQUEST: FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 34676, extending the expiration date to August 18, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.6 7794 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 29328 – Applicant: Romoland Watson 206, LLC – Third Supervisorial District – Homeland Zoning Area – Harvest Valley/Winchester Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Density Residential (CD:MDR) (2-5 du/ac), Business Park (CD:BP) (0.25-0.60 FAR) – Location: North of Highway 74, east of Sultanas Rd., south of Varela Ln., west of Leon Rd. – 19.32 Acres – Zoning: SP Zone (SP#260) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule “A” subdivision of 19.32 net acres into 74 single family residential lots with a minimum lot size of 7,200 square feet with one (1) detention basin and a 12' wide community trail located within the SH-74 right-of-way – REQUEST: SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 29328, extending the expiration date to July 11, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.7 7793 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32332 – Applicant: Arlington Veterinary Laboratories, Inc. – Third Supervisorial District – Bautista Zoning Area – San Jacinto Area Plan: Agriculture (AG) (10 acre min.), Rural Community: Low Density Residential (RC-LDR) (0.5 acre min.) – Location: North of Whittier Avenue, south of Mayberry Avenue, east of Century Court, west of Fairview Avenue – 23.7 Acres – Zoning: Open Area Combining Zone – Residential Developments (R-5), Residential Agricultural (R-A) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: a Schedule `B' subdivision of 23.70 gross acres into 34 lots with a minimum lot size of 20,000 sq. ft. – REQUEST: SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32332, extending the expiration date to June 24, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.8 7795 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE FOURTH EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 31142 – Applicant: SR Conestoga, LLC – Third Supervisorial District – Winchester Zoning Area – Harvest Valley/Winchester Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Desntiy Residential (CD:MDR) (2-5 du/ac) – Location: North of Newport Rd., east of Frontier Loop, south of Domenigoni Parkway, west of Rice Road – 76.6 Acres – Zoning: SP Zone (SP#293) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule A map to subdivide 76.6 acres into 178 single family residential lots with three (3) open space lots within Specific Plan 293 – REQUEST: FOURTH EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 31142, extending the expiration date to January 11, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%] (RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.9 7796 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE FIFTH EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 31314 – Applicant: Advanced Civil Group – Third Supervisorial District – Rancho California Zoning Area – Southwest Area Plan: Rural Community: Estate Density Residential (RC-EDR) (2 acre min.) – Location: North of Vito Way, east of Calle Cabernet, West of Anza Road – 52.34 Acres – Zoning: Residential Agriculutral, 2 acre min. (R-A-2) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Subdivide 52.34 acres into 19 single family lots with a two (2) acre minimum lot size – REQUEST: FIFTH EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 31314, extending the expiration date to June 8, 2020. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.10 7171 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S APPROVAL OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 3754 - Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 (Existing Facilities) and 15303 (New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures) - Owner/Applicant: Abesud Halum (Toro Loco Market Mecca) - Fourth Supervisorial District - Conditional Use Permit No. 3754 proposes to re-entitle an existing, permitted, single-story, 7,400 square-foot building containing a food market and existing beer and wine sales for off-premises consumption and including approximately 24 parking spaces. It also proposes to entitle a new, 1,150–gallon, above-ground horizontal propane tank (liquid petroleum) that is 44 inches wide by 17 feet long. The proposed propane tank will be located on an 11 foot by 21 foot concrete pad with bollards within the existing parking lot at the northeast corner of 2nd Street and Coahuilla Street. The proposed propane tank is to be located a minimum of 10 feet from existing public walkways. [Applicant fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.11 7798 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 35408 – Applicant: MMR & Associates – Fourth Supervisorial District – Lower Coachella Valley Zoning District – Eastern Coachella Valley Area Plan: Community Development: Light Industrial (CD:LI) (0.25-0.60 FAR) – Location: North of 55th Ave., East of Harrison St., South of 54th Ave., West of Shady Ln. – 20 Acres – Zoning: Manufacturing – Service Commercial (M-SC) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule “E” Subdivision of 20 acres into 14 industrial lots with parcel sizes ranging from 1.2 gross acres to 2.2 gross acres – REQUEST: SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 35408, extending the expiration date to June 27, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.12 7751 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 35465 – Applicant: MSA Consulting, Inc. – Fourth Supervisorial District – Lower Coachella Valley Zoning District – Eastern Coachella Valley Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Density Residential (CD:MDR) (2-5 du/ac) – Location: North of 64th Ave., east of Lincoln St., south of 63rd Ave., west of Johnson St. – 60 Acres – Zoning: Residential Incentive (R-6) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule “A” subdivision of 60 gross acres into 291 single family residential lots with open space and drainage lots – REQUEST: THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 35465, extending the expiration date to April 14, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.13 7406 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE ASSISTANT TLMA DIRECTOR’S DECISION TO APPROVE TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 36984 – Martin Lopez – Owner: Martin Lopez – Engineer: Dan Gomez – Fifth Supervisorial District - Lakeview/Nuevo Area Plan - Nuevo Zoning Area – Land Use: Community Development: Low Density Residential (CD-LDR) (1/2 acre minimum) - Location: Northerly of Toliver Rd., southerly of Placentia Ave., easterly of Russo Rd., and westerly of Evans Rd. – Zoning: Rural Residential (R-R) – Approximate Gross Acres – 5.01 gross acres - REQUEST: Schedule H - Tentative Parcel Map proposes a Schedule “H” subdivision of a 5.01 acre lot into two 1.02 and two 1.20 acre residential parcels. APN: 300-110-025. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

Part 2

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.14 7475 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 35045 - Applicant: Benchmark Pacific - Fifth Supervisorial District - Homeland Zoning Area - Harvest Valley/Winchester Area Plan: Community Development, Open Space - Location: Northerly of Mapes Road, easterly of Menifee Road, westerly of Briggs Road, and southerly of Mountain Avenue - 318 Gross Acres - Zoning: Specific Plan (SP) - APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule A subdivision of 318 acres into 702 single family residential lots with planning areas that range between 4,000 square foot minimum lot sizes and 20,000 square foot minimum lots sizes. The project includes 15 open space lots totaling 108.1 acres for recreational facilities, paseos, and detention basins - REQUEST: SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 35045, extending the expiration date to May 5, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.15 7802 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 33372 – Applicant: Shizao Zheng – Fifth Supervisorial District – Nuevo Zoning Area – Lakeview/Nuevo Area Plan: Rural Community: Low Density Residential (RC-LDR) (0.5 acre min.) – Location: North of 13th Street, south of 12th Street, east of Banner Street, west of North Drive – 58.31 Acres – Zoning: Residential Agricultural (R-A) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: A Schedule “B” subdivision of 58.31 gross acres into 98 single family lots and two (2) drainage lots – REQUEST: SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 33372, extending the expiration date to August 20, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.16 7804 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 33687 – Applicant: McCanna Hills, LLC – Fifth Supervisorial District – Nuevo Zoning Area – Lakeview/Nuevo Area Plan: Community Development: Medium Density Residential (CD:MDR) (2-5 du/ac), Commercial Retail (CD:CR) (0.20-0.35 FAR), Open Space: Recreation (OS:R), Conservation (OS:C) – Location: North of Nuevo Rd., east of Foothill Ave., south of Sunset Ave., west of Dunlap Dr. – 67.16 Acres – Zoning: SP Zone (SP#251) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule “A” subdivision of 67.16 acres into 309 residential lots with a minimum lot size of 4,000 sq. ft., five (5) water quality basins, 18 Open Space lots totaling 4.9 acres, and three (3) park lots totaling 5.44 acres – REQUEST: THIRD EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 33687, extending the expiration date to September 12, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.17 7792 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE FOURTH EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32065M1 – Applicant: Raymond Ferrari – Fifth Supervisorial District – Nuevo Zoning Area – Lake Mathews/Woodcrest Area Plan: Rural Community: Low Density Residential (RC-LDR) (1/2 Acre Minimum) – Location: Northerly of Rowley Lane, southerly of Montgomery Avenue and easterly of 6th Street – 64.5 Acres – Zoning: Residential Agriculture (R-A) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule B - subdivision of 64.5 gross acres into 99 single-family residential lots, two (2) detention basins, and one (1) 16.5 ft. wide access road – REQUEST: FOURTH EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32065M1, extending the expiration date to May 25, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

1.18 7791 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: RECEIVE AND FILE THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION TO APPROVE THE FOURTH EXTENSION OF TIME for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32064M1 – Applicant: Raymond Ferrari – Fifth Supervisorial District – Nuevo Zoning Area – Lakeview/Nuevo Area Plan: Rural Community: Low Density Residential (RC-LDR) (1/2 Acre Minimum) – Location: Northerly of Nuevo Road, southeasterly of Corso Alto Avenue and westerly of Hansen Avenue – 31.4 Acres – Zoning: Residential Agriculture (R-A) – APPROVED PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Schedule B - subdivision of 31.4 gross acres into 43 single family residential lots with a minimum lot size of 21,784 sq. ft. and one (1) detention basin – REQUEST: FOURTH EXTENSION OF TIME REQUEST for TENTATIVE TRACT MAP NO. 32064M1, extending the expiration date to May 25, 2021. [Applicant Fees 100%.]

(RECEIVED AND FILED)

2 CONSENT CALENDAR

2.1 7272 SUPERVISOR CHUCK WASHINGTON: 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. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.2 7765 SUPERVISOR CHUCK WASHINGTON: Appointment of Arthur W. Salyer to the Advisory Council on Aging, Third District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.3 7825 SUPERVISOR CHUCK WASHINGTON: Reappointment of Dianna Dunn, Lois Tomlinson, and Philip Williams to the Assessment Appeals Boards, All Districts. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.4 7767 SUPERVISOR CHUCK WASHINGTON: Reappointment of Scott Ries, Janet Ball, and Kelly Ashman to the Assessment Appeals Boards, All Districts. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.5 7855 SUPERVISOR V. MANUEL PEREZ: Appointment of John Rios to the Coachella Valley Public Cemetery District, Fourth District [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.6 7857 SUPERVISOR V. MANUEL PEREZ: Appointment of Greg Rodriguez to the Behavior Health Commission, Fourth District [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.7 7860 SUPERVISOR V. MANUEL PEREZ: Appointment of Jill Golden to the Vista Santa Rosa Community Council, Fourth District [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.8 7863 SUPERVISOR V. MANUEL PEREZ: Appointment of Danavon Horn to the Vista Santa Rosa Community Council, Fourth District [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.9 7866 SUPERVISOR V. MANUEL PEREZ: Reappointment of Maureen Boren to the Historical Commission, Fourth District [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.10 7877 SUPERVISOR V. MANUEL PEREZ: Reappointment of Victoria St. Johns to the Behavioral Health Commission, Fourth District [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.11 7332 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA)/ WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT AND SUPERVISOR JEFFRIES: Riverside County Workforce Development Board Reappointment of Peter Hubbard; First District; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.12 7360 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA)/ WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT AND SUPERVISOR WASHINGTON: Riverside County Workforce Development Board Reappointment of Chuck McDaniel; All Districts; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.13 7259 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA)/ WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT AND SUPERVISOR PEREZ: Riverside County Workforce Development Board Reappointment of Layne Arthur; Fourth District; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.14 7759 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Renewal of Local Emergency in Riverside County due to the discovery of citrus greening disease, or huanglongbing. All Districts [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.15 7760 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.)

2.16 7814 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER: Internal Audit Report 2017-019: Riverside County Economic Development Agency, Aviation Department Audit, District: All. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.17 7815 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER: Internal Audit Report 2018-018: Riverside University Health System, Public Health, Change of Department Head Audit, District: All. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.18 7822 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER: Internal Audit Report 2017-326: Riverside County Information Technology, Follow-up Audit, District: All. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.19 6366 CLERK OF THE BOARD: Approval of the August 2018 Commemorative List of Presentations. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.20 7698 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES (DPSS): Receive and File the Riverside County Children & Families Commission Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Annual Budget, Districts: All. [Total Cost $0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.21 7699 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION: Approval of Final Tract Map 31142, a Schedule "A" Subdivision in the Harvest Valley / Winchester area. 3rd District; [Applicant Fees 100%]

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.22 7696 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION: Approve the Improvement Agreements as a Substitution of Security for Final Tract Map 36593-6, Spanish Hills Area 1st District; [Applicant Fees 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.23 7783 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION: Approval of Improvement Agreements as a Substitution of Security for Final Tract Map 30322-1, Winchester Area 3rd District; [Applicant Fees 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.24 7780 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and File the Treasurer’s Monthly Disclosure Report on Investments dated July 2018. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.25 7755 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Receive and file the Treasurer’s Purchase Detail Report for July 2018. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.26 7754 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Treasurer’s Monthly Statement of County and School Funds for July 2018. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.27 7833 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: August 2018 Legislative Update Report, All Districts. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

2.28 7898 SUPERVISOR CHUCK WASHINGTON: Appointment of a new member to the South Coast Air Quality Management District, All Districts. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3 POLICY CALENDAR

3.1 7715 BOS DISTRICT 1: First District use of Community Improvement Designation Funds (CIDF) to be allocated to Riverside County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder. [$1,000 – General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.2 7716 BOS DISTRICT 1: First District use of Community Improvement Designation Funds (CIDF) to be allocated to County Foundation on Aging; Smiles for Seniors; Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery; and the Office of the Mayor, City of Riverside. [$10,000 – General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.3 7850 BOS DISTRICT 1: First District use of Community Improvement Designation Funds (CIDF) to be allocated to Hospice of the Valleys; Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation; Riverside University Health System Foundation; and Riverside National Cemetery Support Committee. [$7,500 – General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.4 7723 BOS DISTRICT 2: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation (CID) Funds to the Corona Chamber of Commerce, Taking it to the Streets with Lori and Shira, Foundation on Aging and Rubidoux High School Choir. [$22,500.00 - General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.5 7724 BOS DISTRICT 2: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation (CID) Funds to Rivers and Lands Conservancy, Riverside Downtown Partnership, FitOne Foundation and Smiles for Seniors. [$9,500.00 - General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.6 7861 BOS DISTRICT 2: Second District Use of Community Improvement Designation (CID) Funds to provide $750.00 in scholarships to high school seniors who have served on the Second District Youth Advisory Council. [$750.00 - General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.7 7852 BOS DISTRICT 3: Third District Use of Community Improvement Designation (CID) Funds for Professional Women's Roundtable, California Family Life Center, Music Changing Lives and Riverside University Health System Foundation. [$11,000.00 - General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.8 7854 BOS DISTRICT 3: Third District Use of Community Improvement Designation (CID) Funds for Western Center Community Foundation, Hemet Sunset Rotary, Riverside County Economic Development Agency, City of Hemet, 3rd District Discretionary Fund . [$13,500.00 - General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.9 7864 SUPERVISOR V. MANUEL PEREZ: Amendment to the Housing Review Committee Advisory Council for the Unincorporated Area of the Coachella Valley. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.10 7664 BOS DISTRICT 5: Fifth District Use of Community Improvement Designation (CID) for Antelope-Menifee Rural Center, California Federation of Women’s Club Menifee/Sun City, Carol’s Kitchen, Friends of the City of Perris - Cesar E. Chavez Library, Global Society Female Entrepreneurs, Menifee Valley Historical Association, and Riverside County Economic Development Agency [$29,000 General Fund 100%] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.11 7731 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: FY 18/19 Budget Adjustments for Cabazon CRA Infrastructure Fund, 5th District [100% Cabazon CRA Infrastructure Fund] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.12 7862 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Response to the 2017-2018 Grand Jury Report Regarding Veterans' Services Accessibility, Districts: All. [Total Cost $0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.13 7555 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Cooperative Agreement No. 17-0453-022-SF with California Department of Food and Agriculture for the Pierce's Disease Control Program effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020, All Districts [$931,308 – 100% State Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.14 7556 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Cooperative Agreement No. 18-0260-000-SA with California Department of Food and Agriculture for the Nursery Inspection Program effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019. District 1. [$123,189 - 100% State Funds].

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.15 7559 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Cooperative Agreement No. 18-0193-000-SA with California Department of Food and Agriculture for the Organic Inspections Program effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, All Districts [$6,820 – 100% State Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.16 7701 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Cooperative Agreement No. 18-0315-000-SA with California Department of Food and Agriculture for the Fruit and Vegetable Standardization Inspection Program effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, All Districts. [$93,514 - 100% State Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.17 7702 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Standard Agreement No. 18-0039 with California Department of Food and Agriculture for the High-Risk Pest Inspection Program effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, All Districts. [$78,391 - 100% State Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.18 7704 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Grant Agreement No. 18-0331-000-SA with California Department of Food and Agriculture for the Egg Quality Control Program effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, All Districts [$52,757 - 100% State Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.19 7758 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER: Introduction of Ordinance No. 832.1, An Ordinance of the County of Riverside Amending Ordinance No. 832 Imposing Charges for Annual Registration of Packers and Point of Sale Stations, All Districts, [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.20 7520 ANIMAL SERVICES: Ratify and Approve Agreement for Animal Services Between City of Colton and County of Riverside for the Provision of Animal Shelter Services, Agreement No. 18-003, District 2 [$170,551 (annually) - 100% Contract Revenue]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.21 7624 ANIMAL SERVICES: Ratify and Approve Agreement for Animal Services Between City of Rialto and County of Riverside for the Provision of Animal Shelter Services, Agreement No. 18-010, District 2 [$303,017 (annually) - 100% Contract Revenue]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.22 7659 ANIMAL SERVICES: Ratify and Approve Agreement for Animal Services Between City of Palm Desert and County of Riverside for the Provision of Animal Field and Shelter Services, Agreement No. 18-007, District 4 [$228,032 (annually) - 100% Contract Revenue]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.23 7728 ANIMAL SERVICES: Ratify and Approve Agreement for Animal Services Between the City of Fontana and County of Riverside for the Provision of Animal Shelter Services, Agreement No. 18-001, District 2 [$501,394 (annually) - 100% Contract Revenue]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.24 7748 ANIMAL SERVICES: Ratify and Approve Agreement for Animal Services Between City of La Quinta and County of Riverside for the Provision of Animal Field and Shelter Services, Agreement No. 18-006, District 4 [$216,655 (annually) - 100% Contract Revenue]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.25 7785 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER: Adopt Resolution No. 2018-165 Fixing and Adopting Tax Rates and Levying Taxes for County, School Districts, Cities and Special Districts for the 2018/2019 Secured Tax Roll, District: All. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.26 7711 CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES: Child Support Investment Initiative - Approve Budget Adjustments and Amend Salary Ordinance No. 440, Pursuant to Resolution No. 440-9088, All Districts. [$1,299,389 - 66% Federal, 34% State]; (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.27 7694 DISTRICT ATTORNEY: Annual Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification Report (Asset Forfeiture Program) for fiscal year ending June 30, 2018. [All Districts] [$0; Asset Forfeiture Trust Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.28 7805 DISTRICT ATTORNEY: Approve and Authorize Submission of Grant Application Documents in Support of the Grant Application for the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), Victim Services & Public Safety Branch, Underserved Victims Unit FY2018-19 Elder Abuse (XE) Program. All Districts. [$0].

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.29 7808 DISTRICT ATTORNEY: Approve and Authorize Submission of Grant Application Documents in Support of the Grant Application for the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), Victim Services & Public Safety Branch, Victim/Witness Unit FY2018-19 Increased Access to Services (KU) Program. All Districts. [$0].

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.30 7015 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Ratification and approval of the Third Amendment to the Agreement for Automated Library Services with the College of the Desert for 2 Years, District 4, [$187,668], College of the Desert 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.31 7379 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Approval of the Fifth Amendment to Lease, Sheriff's Substation, 3 Year Lease Extension, Mountain Center, District 3, CEQA Exempt, [$76,946], 100% General Funds. (Clerk of the Board to File Notice of Exemption)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.32 7756 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA); Approve and Direct the Auditor Controller to Make Budget Adjustments for FY 18/19 as Shown on Schedule A for the Agreement Between the County of Riverside and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, District 4 [$200,000 Total Cost-100% Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Funds] (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.33 7762 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Construction Administration Services for the Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport - Runway 17/35, Taxiway F and Connector Taxiway Pavements Rehabilitation Project, District 4 [$168,478], Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Grant Funds 90%, Special Aviation Budget Fund [22350] 10%.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.34 7771 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Approval of Termination of the Second Amended and Restated Joint Powers Agreement Creating the Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport Authority, dated December 11, 2012, and dissolution of the Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport Authority, District 4 [$0], CEQA Exempt. (Clerk of the Board to File Notice of Exemption)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.35 7786 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Ratification and approval of First Amendment to the Agreement between City of Temecula and the County of Riverside Library Operations Services at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library for 3 Years, District 3, [$540,000], City of Temecula 100%.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.36 7790 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Riverside, Housing Authority of the County of Riverside, and City of Riverside to Work in Collaboration on the Housing First Program, Districts 1 & 2, [$0], CEQA Exempt.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.37 7630 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Approval of Letter of Direction with CP Perris MH, LLC, a California limited liability company (Lessor), and Wells Fargo Trust Company, National Association f/k/a Wells Fargo Bank Northwest, National Association (Lender), Riverside University Health System - Behavioral Health, Perris, CEQA Exempt, District 5, [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.38 7535 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY: Approval of the Third Amendment to Lease with Pavez Family, LLC, Department of Environmental Health, 5 Yr. Lease Extension, Corona, District 2, CEQA Exempt, [$1,528,981], 100% Permit Fees (Clerk of the Board to file Notice of Exemption)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.39 7079 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA): Approve the Service Agreement with Cal Dreamscape Landscape Company, Inc. for Landscape Maintenance Services for five years and authorize the Chairman of the Board to Execute, Districts -All, [$275,000 annually; up to $127,628 in additional compensation over five years]; Department Budgets 100%.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.40 6946 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA) AND RIVERSIDE COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT: Riverside County Fire Administration Parking Lot Improvements Phase 1 – California Environmental Quality Exempt, Approval of In-Principle and Preliminary Project Budget, District 5. [$712,248 – Fire Department General Fund - 51%, Structural Fire Taxes Fund - 49%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.41 6002 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA) AND TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY: McKenzie Highway Operations Center Roof and HVAC Replacement Project - California Environmental Quality Act Exempt, Approval of In-Principle and Project Budget, District 1. [$206,745 – Gas Tax – 100%] (Clerk of the Board to File Notice of Exemption)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.42 7391 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA) / WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT: Approve the Service Agreement for Professional Services Coordinator for the Board of Supervisors' Young Adult Program Between County of Riverside and California Family Life Center for Program Year 2018/2019, All Districts [$75,000 – 100% Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.43 7551 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (EDA)/ WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT: Ratify and Approve Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Title I Subgrant Agreement for Program Year 2018/19 and Accept the Allocation of Funds, All Districts [$6,752,855 – 100% Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Funds]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.44 7821 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT: Initiation of an Amendment to Riverside County Ordinance No. 533, Providing for the Administration of the Emergency Management Organization for the County of Riverside. [All Districts] [$2,500]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.45 7722 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT: FY18 Authorization to apply for an Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG), and Adoption of Resolution No. 2018-166: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY UNDER THE FY18 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE GRANT (EMPG). All Districts. Federal Funds, Local Match County and City Partners [up to $650,000]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.46 7839 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT: Adoption of Resolution No. 2018-175 Extension of Proclamation of Local Emergency due to the Cranston Fire. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.47 7781 FIRE DEPARTMENT Approval of the As-Needed Fire Apparatus and Specialty Equipment Repair and Maintenance Services Program and the Professional Service Agreements between County of Riverside and the Vendors Listed in Table 1, All Districts [Total Cost $6,500,000; up to $650,000 in additional compensation] [$1,300,000 Annually]; General Fund 24%, Contract Reimbursement 40%, Structural Fire Taxes 36%.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.48 7334 HUMAN RESOURCES: Adoption of Resolution 2018-126 of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Riverside to Impose the County’s Last, Best, and Final Offer dated July 12, 2017 to Laborer’s International Union of North America, Local 777, All Districts. [$0] (Item 3.27 of 07/31/2018)

(TAKEN OFF CALENDAR)

3.49 7732 HUMAN RESOURCES: Board Policy C-37 - Background Checks for Individuals with Access to Federal Tax Information, All District. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.50 7643 HUMAN RESOURCES: Second Amendment to the County of Riverside Health Care Reimbursement Plan Amending the Maximum Medical Reimbursement Benefits Amount for Eligible County Employees, All Districts. [Total Cost - $0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.51 7542 PROBATION: Approval of the Amended Annual Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement (Asset Forfeiture Program) for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017 and Approval of the Annual Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2018. Districts - All; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.52 7660 PROBATION: Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Riverside, on behalf of its Probation Department, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the Inland Regional Child Exploitation Task Force participation. DISTRICTS - ALL; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.53 7484 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES (DPSS): Adopt Resolution No. 2018-134 Ratifying and Approving the Local Agreement for Child Development Services CAPP-8045 with the California Department of Education, Authorizing the Chairman to Sign the Agreement and Certifications on behalf of the County, Authorizing the Director of the Department of Public Social Services to Sign Any Subsequent Amendments or Modifications to the Agreement, All Districts. [Total Cost $3,027,461 - Federal 57.87%; State 42.13%]

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.54 7663 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES (DPSS): Resolution No. 2018-146, Authorizing the Director of DPSS to Apply for the 2018 Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) Program, Accept ESG Funding, Execute the Standard Agreement with the State of California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), and Administer the ESG Program for the Riverside County Service Area, All Districts. [$300,452 - 100% Federal]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.55 7398 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH: Ratify and Execute the Memorandum of Understanding between Inland Empire Health Plan and Riverside University Health System – Behavioral Health. District: All, [$450,000 for FY18/19, $350,000 Annually for FY19/20 Through FY22/23, $1,850,000 Total] 100% State.

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.56 7490 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEATH SYSTEM - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH: Approve an Increase to the Contract Aggregate for the Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) Services and Ratify the Agreements with Operation Safehouse, Jurupa Valley Unified School District, Inland Caregiver Resource Center, Riverside Latino Commission and MFI Recovery Center. District: All; [$4,921,604 Annually; Up to $492,160 in Additional Compensation Per Fiscal Year; $14,764,812 Total for 3 Years]; 100% State Funds.

Part 2 Part 3

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.57 7710 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH: Approval of the Recovery Residence Services Contract Aggregate and Provider Agreements. Districts: All; [$350,000 Annually, Up to $35,000 in Additional Compensation, $1,750,000 Total for 5 Years]; 100% Federal.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.58 7206 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH: Approval of the Evidenced Based Training Providers Contract Aggregate and Approval of the Professional Services Agreement Without Seeking Competition with California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions. Districts: All; [$1,550,000 Annually, Up to $155,000 in Additional Compensation Per Fiscal Year, $4,650,000 Total for 3 Years], 100% State.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.59 6598 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM – PUBLIC HEALTH : Ratify and Approve Contract No. 18-028 with Loma Linda University for Coordination of Clinical Rotation Services for the performance period of July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2022, All Districts [Total Amount: $125,550 - 100% funded by Loma Linda University]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.60 6753 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Ratify and approve the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services Between the City of Calimesa and the County of Riverside (FY17/18 – FY21/22); District Five. [$12,256,056 - Contract City Law Enforcement 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.61 7549 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Ratify and approve the Law Enforcement Services Agreement between the County of Riverside and the Alvord Unified School District for the County Sheriff’s Provision of School Resource Officers, District Two. [$316,569 - School Services Law Enforcement Revenue 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.62 7623 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Ratify and approve the Law Enforcement Services Agreement between the County of Riverside and the Corono-Norco Unified School District for the County Sheriff’s Provision of School Resource Officers, District Two. [$1,046,932 - School Services Law Enforcement Revenue 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.63 7657 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Ratify and approve the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the De Luz Community Services District and the County of Riverside, District One. [$255,562 – Contract City Law Enforcement Revenue 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.64 7667 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Acceptance of a Grant Award from the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Enforcement Program (OHV), All Districts. [$128,890- 75% State Grant Revenue, 25% Dept. Budget-General Fund], (4/5 vote required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.65 7709 SHERIFF-CORONER-PA: Federal Equitable Sharing (Asset Forfeiture) Program, All Districts. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.66 7571 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: Approve Resolution No. 2018.169 Adopting Specific Plan No. 386, including the adoption of Mitigated Negative Declaration for EA No. 42661, and Adopt Ordinance No. 348.4886 formally changing the site’s zone to Specific Plan (FAST TRACK NO. 2014-01) - Applicant: Thousand Palms 278, LLC- Representative: The Altum Group – Fourth Supervisorial District – Thousand Palms Zoning Area - Western Coachella Valley Area Plan – Zoning: One Family Dwelling (R-1) and General Residential (R-3) – Location: Southerly of Ramon Road and easterly of Monterey Avenue - 119.11 acres - REQUEST: SPECIFIC PLAN NO. 386 proposes a maximum of 590 residential units on 117.99 gross acres with various lot configuration options for one- and two-story single-family residences with four architectural styles. APNs: 693-230-001; 693-160-002; and 693-180-001. [Applicant fees 100%.] (Will be considered at 10:30 a.m. Public hearing closed on May 1, 2018)

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.67 6055 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION: Approve and Execute Contract Change Order No. 5 – between the County of Riverside and Sukut Construction, LLC for Construction of Clinton Keith Road Extension Project, 3rd District. [$1,609,764]; Local Funds 100%

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.68 7464 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION: Adoption of Ordinance No. 452.244 to Establish Speed Zones Enforceable by Radar Speed Detection Equipment in the Desert Edge, French Valley, Hemet, Highgrove, and Mead Valley Areas. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Districts; [$4,000 - Total Cost]; Gas Tax 100%.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.69 7562 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION: Amendment No.1 to Cooperative Funding Agreement with the Chino Basin Desalter Authority (CDA), Interstate 15 and Limonite Avenue Interchange Improvements, City of Jurupa Valley and City of Eastvale; CEQA Finding of Nothing Further is Required; 2nd District, [$306,484]; CDA 100%.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.70 7670 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT: Approve an Addendum to the Plans and Specifications, Accept the Low Bid and Award the Contract for the Borel Road Resurfacing Project in the Community of French Valley; and Rancho California Road Resurfacing Project, in the Community of Rancho California, 3rd District; [$2,137,395 total cost]; Local Funds 100%.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.71 7575 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION: Approve and Execute the Partial Assignment and Assumption of Improvement Credit Agreement between Forestar Toscana Development Company, CalAtlantic Group, Inc., and the County of Riverside associated with Lot Nos. 12 through 19 and 84 through 96 of Tract No. 36593-3, District 1. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.72 7725 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT: Approve and Execute Amendment No.1 to Cooperative Funding Agreement with the Jurupa Community Services District, Interstate 15 and Limonite Avenue Interchange Improvements, City of Jurupa Valley and City of Eastvale; CEQA Finding of Nothing Further is Required; 2nd District, [$590,891 Total Cost]; Jurupa Community Services District 100%.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.73 7695 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/ TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT: Approval of the Plans and Specifications and Authorization to Advertise for Bid for the Santa Ana River Trail Multipurpose Trail and Bike Lane, in the Chino Hills State Park, CEQA Exempt. 2nd District; [$1,331,385 Total]; Local Funds 100%. (Clerk to Advertise)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.74 7741 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Initiation of an Amendment to Ordinance No. 767 Delegating Authority to the County Treasurer to Invest and Reinvest Funds of the County and Other Local Agency Depositors, All Districts. [$500 - Department Budget 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.75 7764 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR: Adopt Resolution No. 2018-168 – Authorizing the Issuance and Negotiated Sale of Moreno Valley Unified School District, Election of 2014 General Obligation Bonds, Series B in the Maximum Principal Amount of $56,000,000, 5th District. [$0] (VOTE ON SEPARATELY)

Part 2

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.76 7658 VETERANS' SERVICES: Certificates of Compliance Authorizing FY 2018/2019 Participation in Revenue Sources Specified under California Military and Veterans' Code Sections 972, 972.1, 972.2 and 972.5. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.77 7870 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Resolution No. 2018-178, Authorizing the Advance of Property Tax Revenue to the Idyllwild Fire Protection District; District 3 [$400,000]; Property Tax Revenue.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.78 7891 SUPERVISOR CHUCK WASHINGTON AND DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES (DPSS): Homeless Emergency Aid Program Grant Program; Adopt Resolution No. 2018-179 Declaring a Shelter Crisis Pursuant to SB 850 (CA Govt Code §8698.2) in the unincorporated areas of the County of Riverside, District: All. [Total Cost $0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.79 7811 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: FY 17-18 Year-end Clean-up Budget Adjustments, All Districts. [$21,937,321 - 81% Various, 19% - General Fund Contingency] (4/5 Vote Required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

3.80 7848 EXECUTIVE OFFICE: Receive and File Update on the County Transformation Project; Authorize the Transition of specific KPMG Work Efforts to County Staff; and Direct the Auditor-Controller to Make the Budget Adjustments to Reduce the Executive Office Budget and Increase Contingency as Shown on Schedule A for FY 18/19; [All Districts]; [$(3,551,518) - General Fund Contingency 100%]; (4/5 Vote Required)

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

4 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

5 PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

5 RIVERSIDE DISTRICT COURT FINANCING CORPORATION MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING AUTHORITY MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

6 INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

7 IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

8 COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT LEGISLATIVE BODY MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

9 PUBLIC HEARINGS

9.1 7169 HUMAN RESOURCES: Public Hearing in accordance with Government Code 3505.7 regarding the status of impasse between the Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA) Local 777 and the County of Riverside, and the County's Last Best Final Offer for a new/successor Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) from the 2012-2016 MOU, All Districts. [$0] (Item 9.5 of 07/31/2018)

(TAKEN OFF CALENDAR)

10 HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING

10.1 7654 HOUSING AUTHORITY: Approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the Housing Authority of the County of Riverside and City of Riverside to Work in Collaboration on a Housing First Program, Districts 1 & 2 [$804,000 - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Housing Choice Voucher Program 100%] CEQA Exempt.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11 FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT MEETING

11.1 7782 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Adoption of Resolution F2018-20 Making Responsible Agency Findings Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act for the Cathedral Canyon Drive Low Water Crossing at Whitewater River Project (“Project”); Approval of License Agreement Between the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and the City of Cathedral City for the Project, Project No. 6-0-00250 (Encroachment Permit No. 3550). District 4. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11.2 7784 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approval of the Cooperative Agreement between the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and the City of Norco for Norco MDP Line NA-1, Stage 2, Norco MDP Lateral NA-1A, Stage 1, and Norco-Crestview Drive Debris Basin, Stage 1, Project Nos. 2-0-00155, 2-0-000156, and 2-0-00085, District 2. [Total Estimated Project Cost: $4,920,033 – District Zone 2 Funds 100%]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

11.3 7761 FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT: Approval of Conservation Services Agreement Between the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Banning Wilson 97, LLC for Implementation of Certain Mitigation Requirements for the Montgomery Creek Channel - Sunview Drive Storm Drain, Project No. 5-0-00051, California Environmental Quality Act Findings of Nothing Further is Required, District 5. [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

12 COUNTY BOARD AND WASTE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DISTRICT MEETING

C. County

(NO BUSINESS)

D. District

(NO BUSINESS)

13 COUNTY BOARD AND REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT MEETING

C. County

13.1 7735 REGIONAL PARK & OPEN-SPACE DISTRICT: 2017-2018 Annual Reports for the Riverside County District Advisory Commission and the Riverside County Trails Committee; Districts – ALL; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

D. District

13.2 7706 REGIONAL PARK & OPEN-SPACE DISTRICT: Approval of the Ground Lease Estoppel and the Ground Lessor Consent to Assignment and Assumption of Ground Lease between LQR Golf LLC and BRE Iconic LQR Owner LLC (Lake Cahuilla Park); District 4; [$0]

(CONT’D. TO 09/11/2018 @ 9:00 A.M. OR AS SOON AS POSSIBLE THEREAFTER)

13.3 7789 REGIONAL PARK & OPEN SPACE DISTRICT: Adoption of Resolution 2018-14, Making Responsible Agency Findings Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act, Adopting a Mitigation and Monitoring Reporting Program, and Issuing Certain Limited Approvals for the Southern California Edison West of Devers Upgrade Project by Authorizing the Sale and Conveyance of Temporary Construction Easements, and Approving a Grant of Temporary Construction Easement and a Purchase and Sale Agreement for Acquisition of Easements with Southern California Edison on Portions of Real Property Owned by the District located in the County of Riverside, State of California, Identified with Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 413-140-008, 413-170-004, 413-170-014, and 413-180-010; District 5 ; [$0]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

14 RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY HOUSING CORP. MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

15 PUBLIC COMMENT

15.1 Maribel Nunez spoke regarding housing in Riverside County.

15.2 Cheylynda Barnard spoke regarding CalWorks program.

15.3 Vonya Quarles spoke regarding transitional housing and improving public safety.

15.4 Ipyani Lockert spoke regarding investing in mental health across Riverside County.

15.5 Christian Jelmberg spoke regarding housing and investing in tiny home villages.

15.6 Maria Lopez Martinez spoke regarding the need for transportation and mental health in the Coachella Valley.

15.7 Eric Lemus spoke regarding funding for services to assist the public.

15.8 Richard Finn spoke regarding mental health assistance for Veterans.

15.9 Nathan Sternod spoke regarding the need for mental health treatment at Juvenile Hall facilities.

15.10 Ricardo Cisneros spoke regarding IHSS program funding.

15.11 Darrell Peeden spoke regarding creating opportunity for troubled youth and building quality of life.

15.12 Brad Anderson spoke regarding Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District.

15.13 Ali Mazarei thanked the Supervisors for helping him get his start in Riverside County and announced his campaign to run for Assembly.

15.14 Sujei Becerra spoke regarding funding for the MISP program.

15.15 Yassi Kavezade spoke regarding basic human needs, mental health and the large community development in the General Plan.

16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM FOUNDATION MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

17 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM MEDICAL CENTER GOVERNING BOARD MEETING

17.1 7733 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM-MEDICAL CENTER: Ratify and Approve the 26th and Final Amendment to the 2004 Agreement with Cerner Health Services, Inc. and Approve the First Amendment to the Cerner Business Agreement with Cerner Health Services, Inc.; All Districts [Total Cost $3,873,644 through FY18/19]; Hospital Enterprise Fund.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

17.2 7740 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM- MEDICAL CENTER: Ratification and Approval of the Second Amendment to the Professional Service Agreement for Comprehensive Assessment/Consultative Services for Case Management and Clinical Services between the County of Riverside and Soyring Consulting, Inc., without seeking competitive bids; All Districts [Total Cost $1,236;000; up to $123,600 in additional compensation - 100% Hospital Enterprise Fund]

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

17.3 7777 RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM-MEDICAL CENTER: Ratification of the Agreement with Datix (USA), Inc., for Software License and Customer Support Hosting Services without Seeking Competitive Bids; All- Districts; [$354,569 Total for five years]; Hospital Enterprise Fund.

(APPROVED AS RECOMM.)

18 10:30 A.M. COUNTY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT INITIATION PROCEEDINGS MEETING

(NO BUSINESS)

19 10:30 A.M. COUNTY LAND USE PUBLIC HEARINGS MEETING

19.1 7718 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: PUBLIC HEARING FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1227 (ENTITLEMENT/POLICY AMENDMENT) – CEQA Exempt, pursuant to Section 15601(b)(3) – REQUEST: General Plan Amendment No. 1227 proposes to revise the Land Use Element policies LU 21.7 and LU 22.7 to encourage small-scale commercial uses to establish in areas that are supported by the rural communities. The proposed amendment simplifies the policies to provide the opportunity to integrate appropriately scaled commercial uses to service rural areas of the unincorporated County. It also clarifies that the small-scale commercial use shall not conflict with the vision set forth in any applicable General Plan Policy Area or Land Use Overlay – ALL DISTRICTS [$24,000 Total cost – 100% General Fund/NCC]

(CONT’D. TO 09/25/2018 @ 10:30 A.M. OR AS SOON AS POSSIBLE THEREAFTER)

19.2 7661 TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/PLANNING: PUBLIC HEARING FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 1226 (ENTITLEMENT/POLICY AMENDMENT) – CEQA Exempt, pursuant to Section 15601(b)(3) – REQUEST: GPA No. 1226 proposes to amend the Safety, Healthy Communities, and Land Use Elements as follows: 1) Safety Element – This amendment proposes to update the Safety Element’s seismic hazards Liquefaction section to clarify text regarding these zones and to take advantage of new geologic and hydrologic data that was not available to the County during the last update of these maps in 2003. This amendment will also incorporate four (4) new maps published by the California Geologic Survey pursuant to the Seismic Hazards Mapping Act; 2) Healthy Communities Element and Land Use Element – Pursuant to the requirements of California Senate Bill (SB) 1000, this amendment will create policies for an environmental justice component in the General Plan. Specifically, environmentally disadvantaged communities will be identified and addressed to ensure that they are not adversely affected by the land use decision making process and to ensure that the decision making process includes public participation to address the physical and social needs of such communities – ALL DISTRICTS [$19,000 Total cost – 100% General Fund/NCC]

(CONT’D. TO 10/16/2018 @ 10:30 A.M. OR AS SOON AS POSSIBLE THEREAFTER)

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)

7871 A.1 Gail C., et al. v. County of Riverside, et al. (Case No. RIC 1804569)

7872 A.2 Jacquelyn H., et al. v. County of Riverside, et al. (Case No. MCC 1701255)

7873 A.3 Richard Barnett, et al. v. County of Riverside (Case No. RIC 1809521)

7874 A.4 Imperial Irrigation District v. Riverside County Board of Supervisors, et al. (Case No. RIC 1814774)

7875 A.5 DELETED

7876 A.6 William Bower, et al. v. County of Riverside, et al. (Case No. 5:15-cv-02660 DSF (KKx))

7878 A.7 Michael Guth v. County of Riverside, et al. (Case No. PSC 1601442)

7879 A.8 DELETED

7896 A.9 County of Riverside v. Judith Woolverton Kielhofer, et al. (Case No. RIC 1722314)

Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation: Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(2) of Government Code Section 54956.9

7880 B.1 One potential case

7881 B.2 One potential case

Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation: Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(4) of Government Code Section 54956.9

7882 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

7883 D.1 Conference with labor negotiator:

Agency Negotiator – Michael Bowers

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

With respect to every item of business to be discussed in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8:

7884 E.1 Property – 1) Conversion Area 1 (Parks District): 189110001/189110010

2) Conversion Area 2 (CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife): 163300008/163300009/163300010/163290008/163290006

3) Conversion Area 3 (Parks District): 154410001/154410002

4) Replacement Parcel (Parks District/City of Riverside): 153240030

Negotiating Parties – Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District, Southern California Edison and Riverside Public Utilities

Agency Negotiator – Scott Bangle, Parks Director/General Manager

Under Negotiation – Price and Terms of Payment for the Purchase, Sale, Exchange, or Lease

With respect to every item of business to be discussed in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54957(b)(1):

7897 F.1 Public Employee Performance Evaluation

Title: County Executive Officer

(NO REPORT OUT)

The Chairman declared the meeting adjourned in memory of Bill Harrison, Senator John Sydney McCain III, Jon Israel, John Patrick Gauci, Jacqueline Perrenoud, Flavio Reynaldo Lucero, Loretta Warren, James (Lil Crow) Lugo, Ronda Jean Block, David Greenleaf Moore, Betty Lanier, Barbara Ann Veitch and the people of the Jacksonville shooting in Florida.

Chuck Washington, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

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