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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, May 6, 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 Norby, Fourth District

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Supervisor Campbell, Third District
 
I N D E X
I. PRESENTATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS   Page #
II. CONSENT CALENDAR (Items 1-32) Page #
III. DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 33-46) Page #
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Item 47) Page #
V. CLOSED SESSION (Items CS-1-CS-3) Page #
VI. PUBLIC, BOARD & EMAIL COMMENTS & ADJOURNMENT   Page #
 
I. PRESENTATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS
and Supervisor Campbell will be presenting resolutions to County Employees on their retirement
 
II. CONSENT CALENDAR (Items 1-32)
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. Chairman Wilson - Orange County Human Relations Commission - Reappoint Pat Krone, Newport Beach, for term ending 5/2/05
COMMENDATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS
Supervisor Smith:
  1. Adopt resolution recognizing May 2003 as Elder Abuse Prevention Month and commending various agencies for their visionary work in the prevention and treatment of elder abuse
  2. Adopt resolution congratulating the organizers of Elder Abuse Forensic Center and commending them for their visionary work in prevention and treatment of elder and disabled adult abuse
Chairman Wilson:
  1. Adopt resolution recognizing Designated Drivers Association of Orange County
  2. Adopt resolutions recognizing County programs awarded 2003 NACo Acts of Caring Awards: The Orange County Public Library READ/OC Families for Literacy/Smart Start, The Council on Aging and the Probation Community Action Association's 'Storytime' Program
  3. Adopt resolution proclaiming May 2003 as Community Action Month
COMMUNITY SERVICES AGENCY
  1. 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 (Continued from 4/29/03, Item 9)
HEALTH CARE AGENCY
  1. Approve agreement with Capistrano Unified School District Special Education Local Planning Area for California Children Services; and authorize Director or designee to execute agreements with individual providers - All Districts
  2. Approve agreement with the 32nd District Agricultural Association for use of two buildings, arena and portion of parking lot for bioterrorism emergency, Orange County Fair and Exposition Center; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 2
  3. Approve agreement with Community Care Center, Inc. for Mental Health Skilled Nursing Facility and Special Treatment Program, 5/1/03 - 6/30/04 - All Districts
INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
  1. Approve assignment of agreement from Aliso Water Management Agency and South East Regional Reclamation Authority to South Orange County Wastewater Authority for waste disposal - All Districts
JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
  1. Approve consent to construction with Southwest Airlines Company and lease amendments with Southwest Airlines Company, Northwest Airlines, Inc., US Airways, Inc. and Aloha Airlines, Inc. for reallocation of ticket counters; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 2
PUBLIC FACILITIES AND RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
  1. Receive and file Traffic Committee reports dated 3/20/03; approve recommendations; and adopt necessary resolution - Districts 3 and 5
  2. Deny bid protest from Palp, Inc. dba Excel Paving Company; receive bids and award contract to E.A. Mendoza, Inc. for construction of Arroyo Trabuco Bikeway Phase 2, Rancho Santa Margarita ($198,100) - District 5
  3. Approve price agreement N1000005079 with Protection Services Industries for monitoring and repair of leased audio-intrusion security, 5/1/03 - 4/30/04 ($33,000 per year); renewable for two additional years; authorize Director or designee to execute necessary changes; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - All Districts
  4. Accept work with Hardy & Harper Inc., for modifications and improvements to Ralph B. Clark Regional Park, Buena Park and Craig Regional Park, Fullerton; project completed 3/4/02 ($87,650) - Districts 3 and 4
  5. Approve release of security for street improvements, street lights and monumentation, Tract 15540, Irvine Community Development Company, Newport Beach - District 5
  6. Approve release of security for street improvements, street lights, landscaping and monumentation, Tract 15394, Irvine Community Development Company, Newport Beach - District 5
  7. Accept work with American Asphalt South, Inc. for slurry seal of various streets; project completed 7/2/02 ($1,465,655.76) - Districts 1, 3 and 4
  8. Adopt resolution accepting offer of dedication of 10.5 acres from Seacliff Estates, Harriett Wieder Regional Park; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 2
SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY
  1. Approve cash donations from The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation for Operation Santa Claus Campaign ($10,000) - All Districts
  2. Approve cash donation from Marilyn Shaner Trust for Orangewood Children's Home ($100,000) - All Districts
PUBLIC PROTECTION
  1. District Attorney - Approve amended agreement with U.S. Department of Justice for participation in Strategies in Community Prosecution Grant Program, term ending 6/30/03 ($150,000; new total $300,000) - All Districts
Sheriff-Coroner:
  1. Approve price agreement N1000005111 with FM International for maintenance and support of Tririga Inc. Facility Center computer software, 6/1/03 - 5/31/08 ($169,715) - All Districts
  2. Approve expenditure of funds for picnic honoring volunteers in Correctional Programs Unit on 5/17/03 at Hart Park, Orange ($4,000) - All Districts
  3. Authorize use of 4 vehicles for fundraising event, "Peace Officer's Memorial Ride" benefiting Orange County Sheriff's Advisory Council's Project 999, 5/17/03 - 5/21/03; and make appropriate findings - All Districts
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
County Executive Office:
  1. Receive and file 2002 Orange County Employees Retirement System Preliminary Annual Financial Report - All Districts
  2. Receive and file report on charitable organizations actual income/expenses for 2002 and planned activities for 2003; and approve related insurance waivers - All Districts (Continued from 4/8/03, Item 41; 4/29/03, Item 57)
  3. Approve price agreement N1000005133 with Mercer Investment Consulting for defined contribution and extra help employees defined benefit programs services, 5/12/03 - 5/11/04 ($155,000) - All Districts
  4. Approve proposed response to FY 2002/03 Grand Jury Report entitled "Wood Roofs are Dangerous" - All Districts
  5. Adopt resolution approving agreement with Los Angeles County and Brea detaching Midbury neighborhood from Consolidated Fire Protection District and approving exchange of property tax revenue - District 3
  6. Approve agreement 03-0003SS with Buck Consultants, Inc. for actuarial special services - All Districts
END OF CONSENT CALENDAR
 
III. DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 33-46)
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. Authorize negotiation of agreements with various community-based organizations for Older Americans Act and Older Californians Act services; and return to the Board for approval - All Districts
HEALTH CARE AGENCY
  1. Approve Medi-Cal Administrative Activities agreement 03-75080 with State Department of Health Services for reimbursement of funds, FY 2003-04 ($2,500,000) - All Districts
  2. Approve amended agreement with Western Youth Services, Inc. ($1,376,686; new total $8,374,598) and amendment 2 to agreement with Child Guidance Center, Inc. ($386,561; new total $3,697,297) for mental health outpatient services, 7/1/02 - 6/30/03 - All Districts
  3. Adopt resolution authorizing submission of grant application to California Integrated Waste Management Board for Used Oil Recycling Block Grant funds, 7/1/03 - 6/30/06 ($756,768); and authorize Director or designee to execute all necessary applications - All Districts
  4. Accept two grant awards from State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs for Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities projects, 1/1/03 - 12/31/05 ($1,187,386); and authorize Director or designee to execute subsequent amendments - Districts 3 & 4
INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
  1. Approve amended agreement with Bryan A. Stirrat & Associates for construction management, quality assurance/quality control and archaeological/paleontological services at Prima Deshecha Landfill, extending term one year ($600,000; new total $3,248,803); and find that a formal re-bid would not be cost effective and would delay providing adequate protection to the environment - District 5
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; 4/29/03, Item 70)
PUBLIC FACILITIES AND RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
  1. Approve price agreement N1000004550 with RBF Consulting for assistance with the Retrofitting Opportunities Element of the Orange County Municipal Stormwater Program ($400,000); renewable for two additional years - All Districts
PUBLIC PROTECTION
  1. Sheriff-Coroner - Adopt resolution approving submission of grant application to Governor's Office of Emergency Services for State Homeland Security Grant Program, FY 2003 ($2,843,469) - All Districts
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
  1. County Counsel - Second reading and adoption 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" - All Districts (Continued from 4/29/03, Item 76)
County Executive Office:
  1. Approve recommended positions on introduced or amended legislation and consider other legislative subject matters - All Districts
  2. rove settlement terms for cost sharing of 800 MHz Backbone System expenses; and direct staff to return to the Board with amendment to the Joint agreement - All District
  3. opt resolution approving property tax exchange with Irvine regarding annexation by Irvine of former MCAS El Toro - District 3 (Continued from 4/29/03, Item 81)
  4. Supervisor Campbell - Approve legislative program and procedures - All Districts
 
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Item 47)
9:30 A.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER
HEALTH CARE AGENCY
  1. Public Hearing to consider adopting resolution updating Health Care Agency Travel Immunization Program Fee Schedule, effective 6/1/03; rescind portion of resolution 92-613; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - All Districts
 
V. CLOSED SESSION (Items CS-1-CS-3)
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
County Counsel:
CS-1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a): Name of Case: Orange County Flood Control District v. Genesta, OCSC Case No. 02CC07674
CS-2. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a): Name of Case: Nancy Lin v. County of Orange, ANA372237
CS-3. County Executive Office - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR - Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6: Agency Negotiator: Susan Paul Employee Organizations: United Domestic Workers of America, AFSCME, AFL-CIO, In-Home Supportive Services
 
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 13, 2003 Regular Meeting
May 20, 2003 Regular Meeting
May 27, 2003 Canceled
 
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