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2003
REGULAR MEETING OF
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Tuesday, May 20, 2003

BOARD HEARING ROOM, FIRST FLOOR
10 Civic Center Plaza
Santa Ana, California
 
 
  THOMAS W. WILSON
CHAIRMAN
Fifth District
 
JAMES W. SILVA
VICE CHAIRMAN
Second District

BILL CAMPBELL
SUPERVISOR
Third District
  CHARLES V. SMITH
SUPERVISOR
First District

CHRIS NORBY
SUPERVISOR
Fourth District
 
COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER
James D. Ruth, Interim CEO
COUNTY COUNSEL
Benjamin P. de Mayo
CLERK OF THE BOARD
Darlene J. Bloom
 
The Orange County Board of Supervisors welcomes you to this meeting. This agenda contains a brief general description of each item to be considered. The Board of Supervisors encourages your participation. If you wish to speak on an item contained in the agenda, please complete a Speaker Form identifying the item(s) and deposit it in the Speaker Form Return box located on the side of the podium. If you wish to speak on a matter which does not appear on the agenda, you may do so during the Public Comment period at the close of the meeting. Except as otherwise provided by law, no action shall be taken on any item not appearing in the agenda. Speaker Forms are available in the containers located on the far left and far right walls and at the middle entrance to the Hearing Room. When addressing the Board, please state your name for the record prior to providing your comments. Please address the Board as a whole through the Chair. Comments to individual Supervisors or staff are not permitted. Speakers will be limited to three (3) minutes.
 
All supporting documentation is available for public review in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors located in the Hall of Administration Building, 10 Civic Center Plaza, Room 465, Santa Ana, California 92701 during regular business hours, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
 
9:30 AM
INVOCATION: Supervisor Campbell, Third District

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Supervisor Silva, Second District
 
I N D E X
I. PRESENTATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS   Page #
II. CONSENT CALENDAR (Items 1-41) Page #
III. DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 42-63) Page #
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Item 64) Page #
V. CLOSED SESSION (Item CS-1) Page #
VI. PUBLIC, BOARD & EMAIL COMMENTS & ADJOURNMENT   Page #
 
I. PRESENTATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS
Chairman Wilson will be presenting a resolution proclaiming May 18-24, 2003 as Emergency Medical Services Week

Chairman Wilson will be presenting a resolution proclaiming May 2003 as Foster Family Month

Chairman Wilson will be presenting resolutions commending several County employees from Auditor Controller, CEO & Agency Information Technology and County vendors on receiving 2003 AIIM International Best Practices Award for implementing Electronic Report Management and Imaging system
 
. CONSENT CALENDAR (Items 1-41)
All matters are approved by one motion unless pulled by a Board Member for discussion or separate action. At this time, any member of the public may ask the Board to be heard on any item on the Consent Calendar.
BOARD APPOINTMENTS
Supervisor Norby:
  1. Supervisor Smith - Housing & Community Development Commission - Reappoint Margie L. Rice, Westminster, for term ending 6/30/05
  2. Chairman Wilson - Airport Land Use Commission - Remove Tom Naughton, Newport Beach, effective immediately; and direct the Clerk to post notice of vacancy
Supervisor Smith:
  1. Adopt resolution recognizing Carmelita Stone Whitehead of Santa Ana on her 100th birthday on May 23
  2. Adopt resolution recognizing Lorena Mall on being named Woman of the Year by Hispanic Business Women Association of Orange County
  3. Chairman Wilson - Adopt resolution recognizing and commending Clear Channel Outdoor for their generous contribution and continued support in making Orange County Alcohol, Tobacco, Other Drug, and Violence Prevention Poster and Creative Writing Contest a success
Supervisor Norby:
  1. Adopt resolution honoring students recognized by Orange County Chapter of California Association of Regional Occupational Centers and Programs
  2. Adopt resolution honoring Janice Billing, Ph.D. Superintendent of Anaheim Union High School District
  3. Supervisor Campbell - Adopt resolution proclaiming May 2003 as Motorcycle Awareness Month
PHEALTH CARE AGENCY
  1. Approve agreements with Chapman University, 5/20/03 - 1/31/08 and The Trustees of the California State University, on behalf of California State University - Long Beach, 5/20/03 - 11/30/07 for clinical education program services - All Districts
  2. Approve amended letter of agreement with California Family Health Council, Inc. for integration of HIV/AIDS prevention services, 9/1/02 - 8/31/03 ($21,337; new total $180,337) - All Districts
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  1. Approve revised standardized contracts and special provisions for various U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development program funding allocations, effective FY 2003-04; and authorize Director or designee to execute individual contracts, provisions and certain amendments - All Districts
  2. Acting as the Board of Supervisors and Orange County Housing Authority - Authorize submission of grant applications to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for SuperNOFA, FY 2003; and authorize Director or designee to execute certifications and related documents - All Districts
INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
  1. Approve quitclaim deeds with Serrano Water District, Irvine Ranch Water District and The Irvine Company for old power line easements, Santiago Canyon Landfill - District 3
  2. Approve license agreement with Calvary Chapel of the Canyons for rent-free use of property to conduct household hazardous waste collection event, Silverado area, 6/6/03 - 6/9/03; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - Districts 3 & 5
  3. Authorize Director or designee to execute Part IV, Donee Acknowledgement of IRS Form 8283 acknowledging property donated by The Irvine Company through gift deed and grant of easements, Santiago Canyon Landfill - District 3
  4. Approve agreement with SCS Engineers to provide waste characterization study, Olinda Alpha, Frank R. Bowerman and Prima Deshecha landfills ($396,996) - District 3
  5. Approve continuance of emergency and make appropriate findings pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 22050(c)(1) for recent sudden and unexpected movement in landslide mass and necessary emergency repair to complete work, Frank R. Bowerman landfill; set review to determine continuing need for emergency action for 6/3/03, 9:30 a.m. and every 14 days thereafter - District 3 (4/5 vote) (Continued from 9/10/02, Item 61; 9/24/02, Item 64; 10/8/02, Item 6; 10/22/02, Item 13; 11/5/02, Item 17; 11/19/02, Item 12; 12/10/02, Item 17; 12/17/02, Item 23; 1/7/03, Item 1; 1/14/03, Item 21; 1/28/03, Item 12; 2/11/03, Item 6; 2/25/03, Item 9; 3/11/03, Item 9; 3/25/03, Item 8; 4/8/03, Item 11; 4/29/03; Item 13; 5/13/03, Item 4)
JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
  1. Approve amended agreement with Parking Concepts, Inc. to eliminate tram service in parking structures; authorize one-time reimbursement ($17,624.34); increase billing rates in three employee categories; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 2
 
END OF CONSENT CALENDAR
 
III. DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 11-17)
At this time, members of the public may ask the Board to be heard on the following items as those items are called.
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
  1. Approve amended agreements with service providers for Older Americans Act and Older Californians Act additional funds allocation ($336,181; new total $4,482,296); and make related budget adjustment - All Districts (RA 3 4/5 vote)
PUBLIC FACILITIES AND RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
  1. Select option for termination or continuation of agreement D99-136 with Orange County Vector Control District for Orange County Red Imported Fire Ant Program - All Districts (4/5 vote)
PUBLIC PROTECTION
Sheriff-Coroner:
  1. Authorize purchase of two used Volvo tractor trucks from Arrow Truck Sales, Inc. ($104,780) - All Districts
  2. Approve price agreement N1000005432 with Computer Deductions, Inc. for professional services to manage, supervise and operate Sheriff's data center operations, 11/1/03 - 10/31/06 ($625,000 per year); renewable for two additional years - All Districts
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
County Executive Office:
  1. Approve recommended positions on introduced or amended legislation and consider other legislative subject matters - All Districts
  2. Approve Orange County Business Council Economic Development/Business Retention Strategy 2003 Annual Report; and approve amendment 2 to agreement with Orange County Business Council for revised Scope of Work for comprehensive economic development and business retention strategy, FY 2003-04 ($100,000 decrease; new total $100,000) - All Districts
  3. Supervisor Smith and Supervisor Norby - Approve allocation of Proposition 40 funds equally between Supervisorial Districts with selection of projects at a later date
 
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Item 18)
9:30 A.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
  1. Public Hearing to consider adopting resolution denying appeal filed by Sherry Meddick, et al, and upholding action of Subdivision Committee in approving Silverado Canyon Ranch Vesting Tentative Tract Map 16191, landowner CCRC Farms; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 3
 
V. CLOSED SESSION (None Scheduled)
 
VI. PUBLIC, BOARD & EMAIL COMMENTS & ADJOURNMENT
PUBLIC COMMENTS:
At this time, members of the public may address the Board of Supervisors regarding any off-agenda items within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board of Supervisors provided that NO action may be taken on off-agenda items unless authorized by law. Comments shall be limited to three minutes per person and twenty minutes for all comments, unless different time limits are set by the Chairman subject to the approval of the Board.
BOARD COMMENTS:
At this time, members of the Board of Supervisors may comment on agenda or non-agenda matters and ask questions of or give directions to staff; provided that NO action may be taken on off-agenda items unless authorized by law.
ADJOURNED:
 
NEXT MEETINGS:
October 14, 2003 Canceled Meeting
October 21, 2003 Regular Meeting
October 28, 2003 Regular Meeting
 
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