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Board of Supervisors
Agenda & Meeting Notices
2003
County of Orange Seal REGULAR MEETING OF
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Tuesday, April 29, 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 1-61) Page #
III. DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 62-85) Page #
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Item 86) Page #
V. CLOSED SESSION (None Scheduled) Page #
VI. PUBLIC, BOARD & EMAIL COMMENTS & ADJOURNMENT   Page #
 
I. PRESENTATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS
Chairman Wilson will be presenting a resolution recognizing April 27 - May 3, 2003 as Record-A-Thon Week

Chairman Wilson will be presenting a resolution recognizing May 2003 as Mental Health Month

Chairman Wilson will be presenting a resolution recognizing May 1, 2003 as Nurse Recognition Day

Chairman Wilson will be presenting a resolution commending Doug Barton on his retirement

James McConnell, Washington, D.C. Legislative Advocate will provide a legislative update
 
II. CONSENT CALENDAR (Items 1-61)
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
  1. Supervisor Silva - In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee - Reappoint Peter Lipschultz, Seal Beach and Eric A.N. Anderson, Costa Mesa, for terms ending 4/30/07
  2. Supervisor Norby - Animal Control Advisory Board - Appoint Lauren Ann Allee, Fullerton, for term ending 12/31/04
DEPARTMENT APPOINTMENTS
  1. Health Care Agency - Mental Health Board - Reappoint Katie L. Monarch, Orange, for term ending 3/14/06
COMMENDATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS
  1. Supervisor Silva - Adopt resolution recognizing Marine Corporal Jose Angel Garibay, 1st Battalion, 2nd Marines, for the ultimate sacrifice he gave to his Country
Chairman Wilson:
  1. Adopt resolutions commending several County employees on their retirement
  2. Adopt resolution commending Orange County Conservation Corps for their services
  3. Supervisor Campbell - Adopt resolution commending Thomas Tousignant on his retirement
COMMUNITY SERVICES AGENCY
  1. Approve Workforce Investment Act Cost Reimbursement agreement with the Regional Health Occupations Resource Center-South Orange County Community College District for training qualified preceptor nurses, 1/1/03 - 12/31/03 ($78,608) - District 5
  2. Approve agreements with Rebuilding Together Orange County, South County Senior Services, Inc. and St. Jude Medical Center for Older Americans Act/Family Caregiver Support Program services, 4/29/03 - 6/30/03 ($411,749) - All Districts
HEALTH CARE AGENCY
  1. Approve amended agreement No. R40358 with County of Butte for continued participation in Medi-Cal Administrative Activities/Targeted Case Management consortium, FY 2002-03 - All Districts
  2. Approve agreement with Council on Aging of Orange County for Seniors Friendly Visitor Coordination and Enhancement Program services, 5/1/03 - 4/30/04 ($150,000) - All Districts
  3. Approve amended price agreement N3000002704 with Dayle McIntosh Center for interpretation services for the disabled, 6/1/00 - 11/30/03 ($77,000) - All Districts
INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
  1. 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 5/13/03, 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)
JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
  1. Approve amended agreement with Kimley-Horn & Associates for rehabilitation of Taxiway E ($44,071; new total $463,575) - District 2
  2. Approve price agreement N1000005077 with EnerTech Systems, Inc. for interior/exterior lighting maintenance, 5/1/03 - 4/30/06 ($231,633); and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 2
  3. Approve agreement with Magnusson Klemencic Associates for structural security modifications ($357,000) - District 2
  4. Approve amended agreement with T.Y. Lin International and Integrated Design Services, Inc. for Caltrans Strategy Preparation Services ($52,182; new total $490,892) - District 2
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
  1. Certify completion and authorize release of security for Ridgecrest Park improvements, Shea Homes Limited Partnership, Aliso Viejo - District 5
  2. Approve Tract 16244, Shea Homes Limited Partnership and DMB Ladera LLC, Ladera Ranch area; accept dedication for street purposes; approve construction agreement S0303-0115 and accept bonds guaranteeing construction of improvements - District 5
  3. Approve Tract 16246, Standard Pacific Corporation, Ladera Ranch area; accept dedication for street purposes; approve construction agreement S0303-0116 and accept bonds guaranteeing construction of improvements - District 5
PUBLIC FACILITIES AND RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
  1. Accept work with De La Secura, Inc. dba DLS Builders for parking lot expansion, ADA Compliance and resurfacing of rear parking lot, Probation-Youth Guidance Center; project completed 2/24/03 ($227,510) - District 1
  2. Approve amendment 3 to lease with Fountain Valley for addition of service road to the Fountain Valley Recreation Center - District 2 (4/5 Vote)
  3. Approve amended agreement with Wayne C. Siu Architects for expansion of Superior Court ($14,060; new total $68,060) - District 1
  4. Approve amendment 2 to agreement D00-099 with RBF Consulting for on-call road project services, extending term to 4/24/03 - All Districts
  5. Receive bids and award contract to All American Asphalt for construction improvements, Santiago Canyon Road, Silverado Elementary School ($439,231) - District 3
  6. Approve agreement with Stanton for widening of Katella Avenue; adopt resolution declaring portions of Katella Avenue to be city streets for design and right-of-way acquisition purposes; and approve and find Program EIR 538 as adequate to satisfy requirements of CEQA - Districts 1, 2 and 4 (4/5 Vote - Super Majority)
  7. Accept work with R. J. Noble Company for asphalt overlay resurfacing of various streets; project completed 6/28/02 ($1,725,106.51) - District 3
  8. Approve agreement D02-148 with Brea for subdivision map checking services - District 3
  9. Approve agreement 001 with Beaches of Southern California Marketing and Chevrolet Motors Division, General Motors Corp. for lifeguard vehicle sponsorship - Districts 2 and 5
  10. Approve license agreement with Southern California Edison and Laguna Woods for public access to Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, five year term effective 7/1/03; adopt resolution authorizing submission of grant application to State Department of Parks and Recreation for Proposition 12 funds; authorize use of Fifth District discretionary Proposition 12 funds ($28,750); authorize Auditor-Controller to issue reimbursements to Southern California Edison for related costs (not to exceed $55,500); and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 5
  11. Adopt resolution approving submission of grant application to California Wildlife Conservation Board for acquisition of Upper Fremont Canyon and Harding Canyon properties; authorize Director or designee to execute related documents and amendments; and authorize negotiations with the Trust for Public Land for acquisition of canyon properties - District 3
  12. Approve agreement D01-013 with Laguna Hills for widening of El Toro Road and Avenida de la Carlota; adopt resolution declaring portions of El Toro Road and Avenida de la Carlota as a County highway for design, construction and right-of-way acquisition purposes; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 5 (4/5 Vote - Super Majority)
  13. Accept work with American Asphalt Repair & Resurfacing Co., Inc. for slurry seal of various streets; project completed 1/23/02 ($1,033,427.45) - Districts 1, 2 and 5
  14. Approve plans and specifications and set bid opening for 5/21/03, 2:00 p.m., for construction of Villa Park Road pavement repair; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 3
  15. Approve plans and specifications and set bid opening for 5/21/03, 2:00 p.m., for slurry seal of various streets; approve agreement D02-121 with Westminster; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - Districts 1, 2, 3 & 4
  16. Approve agreement D02-128 with Talega Associates, LLC for curation and exhibition of archaeological and paleontological collection; and accept funds to establish account for curation and exhibition program ($50,000) - District 5
  17. Approve agreements D02-141 and D02-142 with Laguna Canyon Foundation to establish naming of proposed nature center and for finance, design and implementation of nature center interpretive exhibits, Laguna Coast Wilderness Park - District 5
  18. Approve plans and specifications and set bid opening for 5/28/03, 2:00 p.m., for ADA compliance Phase III remodeling, Manchester Office Building, Orange - District 3
  19. Approve plans and specifications and set bid opening for 5/28/03, 2:00 p.m., for ADA compliance renovation of public restrooms, Newport Harbor Patrol Facility, Newport Beach - District 2
  20. Accept easement deed from Stanton C. and Susan A. Mahler for scenic preservation purposes, Trabuco Canyon; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 3
  21. Approve agreement and Communications Site Lease with Sprint PCS Assets, LLC for wireless communications facility, Laguna Coast Wilderness Park - District 5 (4/5 Vote)
  22. Approve licenses with Wheel Fun Rentals, International Rentals and Capo Beach Rentals for bicycle and paddleboat rental concessions at various locations - Districts 2, 3 and 5
  23. Adopt resolution vacating a portion of easements for ingress/egress and reciprocal access within Lot 1 of Tract 16266, Newport Beach; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 5
  24. Approve agreement with California State Coastal Conservancy and Ocean Institute; and approve amended lease with Ocean Institute for park purposes, Dana Point Harbor; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 5 (4/5 Vote)
Acting as the Orange County Flood Control District:
  1. Select AKM Consulting Engineers as primary and PBS&J as alternate firms for design and construction services for Haster Retarding Basin Pump Station; and authorize negotiation of agreement for Board approval - District 1
  2. Approve amendment 3 to agreement D92-132 with Corrpro Companies, Inc. for design of a Cathodic Protection System, Talbert Channel ($30,624; new total $236,004) - District 2
  3. Approve amended agreement D01-132 with LSA Associates for renewal of on-call environmental support services, Santa Ana River Mainstem & Prado Dam Projects, term ending 1/15/04; renewable for one additional year - All Districts
Acting as the Board of Supervisors and Orange County Flood Control District:
  1. Approve agreement D02-132 with Huitt-Zollars, Inc. for on-call surveying services, Prado Dam/Seven Oaks Dam ($200,000) - All Districts
  2. Approve agreement D03-011 with RBF Consulting for on-call preparation of resource permit documentation; and authorize Director or designee to extend agreement under certain conditions - All Districts
SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY
  1. Approve Memorandum of Understanding with the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Public Policy and Social Research, Department of Social Welfare for provision of graduate or undergraduate fieldwork experience, effective 5/1/03 - All Districts
PUBLIC PROTECTION
  1. Child Support Services - Approve hold harmless agreements with City of Orange for Community Organizations & Public Services Expo, 6/7/03-6/8/03 and Acacia Adult Day Service/Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance for Vietnamese Health Fair, 5/3/03 - All Districts
  2. Probation - Adopt resolution approving grant award agreement with State Department of Health Services to conduct a domestic violence training conference, 1/1/03 - 6/30/03 ($9,999) - All Districts
Sheriff-Coroner:
  1. Approve continuance of emergency and make appropriate findings pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 22050(c)(1) for replacement of water-damaged walls and floors to stop water leakage from dishwashing operations and to correct unhealthful and unsafe conditions, Theo Lacy Jail kitchen; set review on 5/13/03, 9:30 a.m., and every 14 days thereafter - District 3 (4/5 vote) (Continued from 11/19/02, Item 90; 12/10/02, Item 48; 12/17/02, Item 61; 1/7/03, Item 5; 1/14/03, Item 63; 1/28/03, Item 31; 2/11/03, Item 20; 2/25/03; Item 37; 3/11/03, Item 21; 3/18/03, Item 18; 3/25/03, Item 18; 4/8/03, Item 36)
  2. Approve purchase of 2000 Ford Taurus from Villa Ford ($9,525) - All Districts
  3. Authorize use of County equipment for the "Tip a Cop" charity event at Claim Jumper Restaurants on 5/8/03; and make related findings - All Districts
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
  1. Clerk of the Board - Approve proposed amendment to the Conflict of Interest Code for the Orange County Transportation Authority - All Districts
County Executive Office:
  1. Adopt resolution revising and reaffirming commitment to policy regarding Equal Employment Opportunity and direct staff to disseminate policy to all County employees, effective 4/29/03 - All Districts
  2. Adopt resolution revising and reaffirming commitment to policy regarding Equal Employment Opportunity and direct staff to disseminate policy to all County employees, effective 4/29/03 - All Districts
  3. Chairman Wilson - Southern California Regional Airport Authority - Approve withdrawal of County membership, effective immediately
  4. Treasurer-Tax Collector - Approve discharge of accountability of unpaid delinquent unsecured property taxes, FYs 1980-97; and direct Auditor-Controller to reduce prior year unsecured tax charge accordingly - All Districts
ORANGE COUNTY CHILDREN AND FAMILIES COMMISSION
  1. Receive and file the Orange County Children and Families Commission Report
END OF CONSENT CALENDAR
 
III. DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 62-85)
At this time, members of the public may ask the Board to be heard on the following items as those items are called.
COMMUNITY SERVICES AGENCY
  1. Approve amendment 2 to agreement with Coastline Community College District for case management services for L.A. Works Pediatric Nurses Internship Program, PY 2002-03 ($26,501; new total $1,513,056) - District 2
HEALTH CARE AGENCY
  1. Approve Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000 Work Plan for FY 2003-04; and authorize Director or designee to make adjustments not to exceed 10% ($8,606,685) - All Districts
  2. Approve amended agreement with PacifiCare Behavioral Health of California for an Administrative Services Organization for specialty mental health outpatient services, FYs 2002-04 ($1,220,000; new total $8,870,602) - All Districts
  3. Approve amended agreement A2 CDCI-01/02-30-02-A2 with State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs for Drug Court Partnership Program grant funds, extending term to 12/28/03 - All Districts
  4. Approve amended agreement with Extended Care Hospital of Westminster for mental health skilled nursing and special treatment program services, FY 2002-03 ($398,788; new total $1,814,170) - All Districts
  5. Approve amended agreement No. 00-90502 with State Department of Health Services for reimbursement of Medi-Cal administrative activities ($780,000; new total $1,500,000 - FY 2001/02 and $1,100,000; new total $1,960,000 - FY 2002/03) - All Districts
JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
  1. Approve agreement with Popov Engineers, Inc. for design of electric generation plant ($699,965) - District 2
  2. Approve termination of emergency action originally approved on 8/20/02, for installation of explosion detection systems; and approve increase to agreement with Hensel Phelps Construction Company ($6,487,019; new total $21,967,019) - District 2 (Continued from 8/20/02; Item S29C, 8/27/02, Item S57A; 9/10/02, Item 14; 9/24/02, Item 13; 10/8/02, Item 8; 10/22/02, Item 15; 11/5/02, Item 19; 11/19/02, Item 13; 12/10/02, Item 19; 12/17/02, Item 26; 1/7/03, Item 2; 1/14/03, Item 26; 1/28/03, Item 15; 2/11/03, Item 7; 2/25/03, Item 14; 3/11/03, Item 11; 3/25/03, Item 9; 4/8/03, Item 20)
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
  1. Receive and file Financial Status Report - All Districts (Continued from 3/11/03; Item 14; 3/18/03, Item 13; 3/25/03, Item 10; 4/1/03, Item 29; 4/8/03, Item 47)
PUBLIC FACILITIES AND RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
  1. Approve amendment 2 to agreement with Carter & Burgess, Inc. for design services of the HCA/Regional Animal Care Center, former MCAS Tustin - District 3
  2. Receive and file Dana Point Harbor Commercial Core Concept Plan - District 5
  3. Acting as the Orange County Flood Control District - Approve agreements D03-008 with Epic Land Solutions, Inc. and D03-009 with Overland Resources, Inc. for on-call real estate services, Prado Dam project ($400,000 each agreement) - All Districts
PUBLIC PROTECTION
Sheriff-Coroner:
  1. Approve price agreement N1000005040 with ACS State and Local Solutions for temporary information technology professional services, 7/1/02 - 6/30/03 ($220,000); renewable for two additional years - All Districts
  2. Approve price agreement N1000004998 with VisionAIR, Inc. for maintenance of proprietary computer-aided dispatch and records management system computer software, 11/15/02 - 11/14/03 ($260,694); renewable for four additional years ($268,515 second year, $276,570 third year, $284,867 fourth year and $293,413 fifth year) - All Districts
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
  1. County Counsel - Consider first reading of "An Ordinance amending Sections 1-6-5 and 1-6-6, of the Codified Ordinances of the County of Orange Adjusting the Limitations on Campaign Contributions"; and set second reading and adoption for 5/6/03, 9:30 a.m. - All Districts
County Executive Office:
  1. Approve recommended positions on introduced or amended legislation and consider other legislative subject matters - All Districts
  2. Approve price agreement N1000005113 with Gates, McDonald & Company for Workers' Compensation Claims administration services, 7/1/03 - 6/30/07 ($1,989,750 per year); renewable for three additional years ($2,188,725 per year) - All Districts
  3. Acting as South Orange County Public Financing Authority and Legislative Body of Community Facilities District 88-1 (Aliso Viejo) - Adopt resolutions approving financing for Special Tax Revenue Refunding Bonds 2003 Series A (Senior Lien Bonds) ($63,000,000); approve agreement with Stradling, Yocca Carlson & Rauth as Bond Counsel ($110,000); and approve agreement with Fieldman, Rolapp & Associates as Financial Advisor ($55,000) - District 5
  4. Acting as the Legislative Body of Community Facility District No. 2002-1 (Ladera Ranch) - Adopt resolution approving financing documents and other actions necessary to issue Series A of 2003 Special Tax Bonds ($68,500,000) - District 5
  5. Adopt resolution approving property tax exchange with Irvine regarding annexation by Irvine of former MCAS El Toro - District 3
  6. Adopt resolution authorizing financing of Airport Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2003 ($55,000,000); and approve related documents - District 2
  7. Registrar of Voters - Approve price agreement Y1000000711 with Maximus, Inc. for purchase, installation, training and maintenance of Countywide Direct Record Electronic voting system, 4/29/03 - 4/28/08 ($26,179,534.67); authorize Purchasing Agent to purchase additional goods and services ($500,000), to execute related documents subsequent amendments under certain conditions; and approve related budget adjustments - All Districts (4/5 vote)
  8. Treasurer-Tax Collector - Adopt resolution authorizing issuance of Tustin Unified School District General Obligation Bonds of School Facilities Improvement District No. 2002-1, Election of 2002, Series A - District 3
EXTERNAL RESTRUCTURING PROGRAM FOR THE COUNTY OF ORANGE
  1. Receive and file Status Report; and adopt resolution with Anaheim accepting Master Property Agreement 80-2034 for the annexation of 1.259 acres to Anaheim; Acting as the Orange County Flood Control District - authorize Director or designee, Public Facilities and Resources Department to execute the Local Agency Formation Commission Property Owner Consent form for annexation of Parcel 29 in Planning Area 9A to Irvine and authorize CEO to designee to execute the Local Agency Formation Commission Property Owner Consent form for annexation of Parcel 104-355-08 from Irvine to Tustin - All Districts
 
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Item 86)
9:30 A.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  1. Public Hearing to consider approving Final Annual Action Plan, FY 2003-04 ($7,560,349); authorize Director or designee to execute all necessary documents; and direct agency to submit plan to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - All Districts
 
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:
May 6, 2003 Regular Meeting
May 13, 2003 Regular Meeting
May 20, 2003 Regular Meeting
 
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