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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, September 30, 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 1-29) Page #
III. DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 30-48) Page #
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Items 49-52) 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 "Fire Prevention Week"

Chairman Wilson will be presenting a resolution proclaiming October 6-10 as "Lawsuit Abuse Awareness Week"

Chairman Wilson will be presenting a resolution commending Assistant Sheriff Rocky Hewitt on his retirement
 
II. CONSENT CALENDAR (Items 1-29)
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 Norby - Mental Health Board - Appoint Dolores Page, Anaheim, to complete term ending 4/3/04
  2. Supervisor Campbell - Children's Services Coordination Committee - Approve expanding membership from 17 to 18 to include a Foster Parent (or Foster Parent Organization) representative; and appoint Linda Smith, Santa Ana and Connie Ireland, Tustin, for indefinite terms
COMMENDATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS
  1. Supervisor Smith - Adopt resolution proclaiming October 15, 2003 as "National Latino AIDS Awareness Day" and commending the organizers of National Latino AIDS Awareness
Chairman Wilson:
  1. Adopt resolution commending Cattle Baron's League and the American Cancer Society for 5th Annual Cattle Baron's Ball on October 25, 2003
  2. Adopt resolution commending Richard Devylder for his hard work and dedication as a member of the Orange County In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee
  3. Supervisor Norby - Adopt resolution proclaiming October 8, 2003 as National Walk to School Day
HEALTH CARE AGENCY
  1. Approve agreement with Latino Center for Prevention and Action in Health and Welfare, dba Latino Health Access for Bone Health Campaign services, 10/1/03 - 6/30/04 ($31,818) - All Districts
  2. Approve agreements with Council on Aging of Orange County, Feedback Foundation, Inc., Senior Meals and Services, Inc., South County Senior Services and Vietnamese Community of Orange County for Senior Health Outreach and Prevention Program outreach services, 10/1/03 - 9/30/04 ($30,000) - All Districts
  3. Approve agreement with State Department of Health Services for AIDS Drug Assistance Program, 7/1/03 - 6/30/04 ($53,670) - All Districts
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
  1. Approve amendment 4 to Orange County Workforce Investment Area Strategic Five-Year Local Plan, PY 2003-04 - All Districts
  2. Approve amended Workforce Investment Act cost reimbursement agreement with Capistrano Unified School District for providing transitional services to In-School Youth, 9/30/03 - 12/31/03 ($20,983; new total $343,766) - District 5
  3. Approve amended price agreement N1000004941 with California State University Fullerton to conduct telephone labor market survey in support of 2003 California Cooperative Occupational Information System report, 12/15/02 - 3/31/04 ($68,802) - District 4
JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
  1. Approve agreement with Transportation Security Administration for law enforcement personnel reimbursement, 6/1/03 - 9/30/03 ($172,947.20); and authorize Director to extend agreement through FFY 2007 - District 2
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
  1. Approve assignment and assumption agreements with DMB Ladera LLC, Shea Homes Limited Partnership, W L Homes LLC and Michael and Daniel Burke Partnership related to acquisition of properties to Merchant Builders from DMB Ladera, LLC, Tracts 16234 and 16235, Ladera Planned Community area - District 5
  2. Receive and file General Plan Annual Progress Report for year 2002 and authorize submittal to State agencies - All Districts
PUBLIC FACILITIES AND RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
Probation:
  1. Receive and file Traffic Committee Report dated 8/21/03; approve recommendations and adopt necessary resolution - District 5
  2. Approve agreement D03-050 with Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company and approve plans and specifications and set bid opening for 11/5/03, 2:00 p.m., for widening of Tustin Avenue at Atwood Channel - Districts 3 & 4
  3. Approve plans and specifications and set bid opening for 10/29/03, 2:00 p.m., for Phase II improvements of Crown Valley Parkway from Jardines to Cecil Pasture Road; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 5
  4. Approve amendment 6 to agreement D91-139 with Dana Point Harbor Association for cost sharing of promotional activities ($80,750), extending term to 6/30/04 - District 5
PUBLIC PROTECTION
  1. Probation - Approve agreement with Anaheim for proposed overtime Probation Officer services, term ending 3/31/05 ($15,000); and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - Districts 3 & 4
Sheriff-Coroner:
  1. Approve amendment 2 to agreement with Pepperdine University for provision of Youth Diversion Program services, extending term to 6/30/04 - All Districts
  2. Authorize use of County vehicles and staff for Alzheimer's Association's Orange County Memory Walk 2003 on 10/4/03; and make appropriate findings - District 3
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
  1. Clerk of the Board - Approve 2004 Board of Supervisors Meeting Schedule - All Districts
County Executive Office:
  1. Approve proposed response to findings 1, 7, 9 and 11 and recommendations 1-5 to FY 2002-03 Grand Jury Report "The State of Orange County Jails" - All Districts
  2. Approve one year license with 801 N. Main, LLC for sixty-four parking spaces for employees of Child Support Services; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 1
  3. Approve and accept deed from and quitclaim deed to Buena Park Post #354, American Legion to grant all right, title and interest in real property, 8071 Whitaker Street, Buena Park - District 4
  4. Approve agreement 03-006BC with Stradling Yocca Carlson and Rauth for bond counsel services for Multi-family and Single family Housing Revenue Bond Programs, 9/30/03 - 12/31/05 ($200,000) - All Districts
  5. Approve price agreement Z1000000027 with Hinderliter Dellamas and Associates for sales tax audit services, 10/1/03 - 9/30/04; renewable for two additional years; rescind Resolutions 93-83 and 93-703; and adopt resolution approving authorized employees to examine sales and use tax records pertaining to County collections by State Board of Equalization - All Districts
  6. Adopt resolution approving property tax exchange with Capistrano Valley Water District and Moulton Niguel Water District for annexation of two uninhabited parcels - District 5
END OF CONSENT CALENDAR
 
III. DISCUSSION ITEMS (Items 30-48)
At this time, members of the public may ask the Board to be heard on the following items as those items are called.
HEALTH CARE AGENCY
  1. Approve lease with Mennen Industries, Inc. for office space for Public Health/Women, Infants and Children program, Anaheim; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 4
  2. Approve master agreement with various providers for professional medical, dental, behavioral and other support services, 10/3/03 - 9/30/04; and authorize Director or designee to execute individual agreements - All Districts
  3. Approve amended agreement with Orange County Mental Health Association of Orange County for Multi-Service Center services for Mentally Disabled Homeless ($180,097; new total $800,280) - All Districts
  4. Approve agreement with State Department of Health Services for Emergency Medical Services Appropriation funds, FY 2002-03 ($1,147,056) - All Districts
  5. Approve purchase of unbudgeted equipment funded by FY 2003-04 State Program FY 03 State Homeland Security Grant Program Part I and Part II for bioterrorism response ($452,276) - All Districts
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
  1. Approve agreement with Fountain Valley Regional Hospital for senior transportation program, 10/1/03 - 9/30/04 ($260,640); renewable for one additional year ($262,924) - District 2
INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
  1. Approve agreement with BonTerra Consulting to provide biological services for South County Natural Community Conservation Plan and Phase B Biomitigation projects, Prima Deshecha Landfill, 3 year term ($1,000,000) - District 5
  2. Receive bids and award contract to Sukut Construction, Inc. for construction of storm water desilting basin, Frank R. Bowerman Landfill ($1,465,100) - District 3
JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
  1. Approve agreement with Midwest Airlines, Inc. for passenger airline operations; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 2
SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY
  1. Approve amended Wraparound Orange County Plan; authorize Director to amend Plan under certain conditions; and approve agreement CVC2703 with Family Support Network, Inc. for Wraparound Support services, 10/1/03 - 9/30/04 ($76,356) - All Districts
  2. Approve submission of Orange County Refugee Services Plan to California Department of Social Services, FY 2003-04; authorize acceptance of grant funds for various refugee services ($1,200,930); approve agreement RDT0203 with Catholic Charities of Orange County, Inc., Saint Anselm's Cross-Cultural Community Center and The Cambodian Family for refugee employment social services, 10/1/03 - 9/30/04 ($724,410); approve agreement RDT0103 with Saint Anselm's Cross-Cultural Community Center for services to assist older refugees, 10/1/03 - 9/30/04 ($103,645); approve agreement RDT0303 with The Cambodian Family for Building the Future, 9/30/03 - 9/29/04 ($208,333); approve amended agreement RDT0302A with The Cambodian Family for Project Plan Ahead, 10/1/03 - 12/31/03; and authorize Agency to extend agreements under certain conditions - All Districts
  3. Authorize acceptance of funds from Office of Criminal Justice Planning for Comprehensive Treatment Services to Child Victims of Abuse and Neglect, FFY 2003-04 ($244,500); authorize Director or designee to execute related documents; approve agreement FBB1103 with Child Abuse Treatment Grant Service Providers for child victims of abuse and neglect, 10/1/03 - 9/30/04 ($413,478) - All Districts
  4. Approve agreements with various Family Resource Centers for Families and Communities Together services, 10/1/03 - 9/30/04 ($2,250,000) - All Districts
PUBLIC PROTECTION
  1. District Attorney - Approve price agreement N1000005434 with Orion Scientific Systems for software application enhancement, 10/1/03 - 6/30/04 ($300,000); renewable for one additional year - All Districts
  2. Probation - Approve agreement with Aspen Community Services for comprehensive employment services for North Orange County Youth and Family Resource Center, 10/1/03 - 9/30/04 ($248,284); authorize Chief Probation Officer to extend agreement for two additional years under certain conditions ($267,106 second year and $274,370 third year); and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 4 (Continued from 9/16/03, Item 35)
  GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
 
  1. Assessor Department - Approve agreement with Arthur Consulting Group, Inc. to assist County Assessor with valuation of electrical power plant for assessment appeals hearing, effective 9/30/03 ($85,000 for property valuation services and $12,000 for expert witness services as needed) - All Districts
  County Executive Office:
 
  1. Approve amended price agreement Y1000000480 with ASAP Software Express, Inc. for licensing Microsoft PC software ($238,325; new total $4,414,343); and authorize Purchasing Agent to issue subordinate agreement for Microsoft Desktop licenses ($63,422) - All Districts
  2. Approve recommended positions on introduced or amended legislation and consider other legislative subject matters - All Districts
  3. Chairman Wilson and Planning and Development Services Department - Approve amended agreement with Moore, Iacofano, Goltsman, Inc. for facilitator services for South County Outreach and Review Effort Program, extending term to 7/1/04 ($20,000; new total $214,620) - District 5
 
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Items 49-52)
9:30 A.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
  1. Public Hearing to consider adopting amended Funding Allocation Policy & Process and Citizen Participation Plan, FY 2003-2005; and authorize Director or designee to execute amendments to previously approved activities and projects under certain conditions - All Districts
  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
 
  1. Public Hearing to consider adopting resolution approving Use Permit PA02-0102 for Pacific Storage Partners to allow establishment of self-storage facility, Anaheim area; and make California Environmental Quality Act findings - District 4
  2. Public Hearing to consider adoption of "An Ordinance of the County of Orange, California, Approving Development Agreement 2002-1 for the Richard Hall Communities Mini-Storage Development" - District 4
  PUBLIC PROTECTION
 
  1. Sheriff-Coroner and District Attorney - Public Hearing to consider approval of proposed use of 2003-04 State Citizens' Options for Public Safety Program Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Funds; and approve related budget adjustments - 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:
October 7, 2003 Regular Meeting
October 14, 2003 Canceled Meeting
October 21, 2003 Regular Meeting
 
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