9:00

- Roll Call

12:00

- Lunch

 

- Consent Agenda

 

 

 

- Oral Communications

 

 

 

- Scheduled and Regular

 

 

 

  Departmental Items

 

 

10:30

- Recess

 

 

 

- Scheduled and Regular

 

 

 

  Departmental Items

 

 

 

Introductory Items
1. Call to Order
Roll Call
2. Moment of Silence and Pledge of Allegiance
3. Consideration of Late Additions to the Agenda; additions and deletions to Consent and Regular Agendas
Revision SheetComment
4. Action on the Consent Agenda
5. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
Thirteen people addressed the BoardComment
Consent Agenda (Items 6-43)
General Government
6. DOC-2018-128 : Accept claims as approved by the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
7. Approval of Minutes
a. Minutes of Jan 23, 2018 9:00 AM Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Correction

Corrected minutes

b. Minutes of Feb 5, 2018 9:00 AM Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]
c. Minutes of Feb 6, 2018 9:00 AM Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]
8. DOC-2018-129 : Approve the reading by title of any ordinance considered for adoption that may appear on this agenda, and further waive a detailed reading of said ordinance, as recommended by County Counsel Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
9. DOC-2018-130 : Accept the Treasurer's Investment Transaction Report for the month of January 2018, as recommended by the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Investment Transaction Report - January 2018
10. DOC-2018-131 : Approve an extension of the existing contract with Brown Armstrong, CPAs through June 30, 2020 and authorize the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector to sign the contract, as recommended by the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Contract 18C4214 Amendment 2017-18 and 2018-19(pending signature)
b. ADM-29 amendments 18C4214A
c. ADM-29 amendments 18C4214C
d. ADM-29 amendments 18C4214D
e. ADM-29 amendments 18C4214E
f. Attachment to ADM29 - 17-18 and 18-19 Brown Armstrong Contract quote cost sheet
11. DOC-2018-132 : Authorize the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector to sign agreement with Ojo Technology and related documents for the purchase of an upgraded security system in the amount of $34,935.08, as recommended by the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector Authorized By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. 011a signed Contract 18C4297 (updated)Completed
b. ADM29 18C4297 (updated)Completed
12. DOC-2018-133 : Accept the report of the County's investment activities and holdings for the quarter ending December 31, 2017, as recommended by the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector Accepted and filed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Quarterly Investment Report - December 31, 2017
13. DOC-2018-134 : Authorize the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector to sign the corrected Software License and Services Agreement between HdL Software LLC and the County of Santa Cruz, and related documents, as recommended by the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector Authorized By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. HdL Software - No.18C4281 (updated)Completed
14. DOC-2018-135 : Authorize the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector to issue payments to claimants for excess proceeds on certain parcels sold at the December 2, 2016, Tax-delinquent Property Auction in the total amount of $15,609.96 no less than 90 days following your Board’s approval, and authorize the Auditor’s Office to transfer $3,241.28 of unclaimed excess proceeds to the County Tax Loss Reserve fund, as recommended by the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector Authorized By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Exhibit A - Excess proceeds - December 2016 Auction
15. DOC-2018-136 : Accept the 2017 Annual Report on Applications for Tax Penalty Relief, as recommended by the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector Accepted and filed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
16. DOC-2018-137 : Accept and file report on housing navigation policy and report on County funding for homeless services, as recommended by the County Administrative Officer Accepted and filed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Housing Authority Memo (Attachment 1)
b. Housing Navigator Handout (Attachment 2)
c. 2017-18 Homelessness Funding (Attachment 3)
17. DOC-2018-138 : Defer budget adjustments for the County Library Fund to coincide with the realignment of appropriations in May 2018, as recommended by the County Administrative Officer Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
18. DOC-2018-139 : Adopt resolution to create the new job classification of Senior Medical Billing Technician for the Health Services Agency, revise the Workforce Development Board Director salary range for the Human Services Department, and take related actions, as recommended by the Interim Director of Personnel Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment

Resolution No. 30-2018 Amending Resolution No. 279-75

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Resolution 30-2018 amending 279-75Completed
018 Revised memo (clean and strikeout-underline)Additional Materials
018a Resolution revisions (clean and strikeout-underline)Additional Materials
19. DOC-2018-140 : Adopt resolution in support of Assembly Bill 2038, banning cigarette butts to eliminate toxic cigarette waste, and direct the Clerk of the Board to distribute the resolution to our State legislative delegation, as recommended by Supervisor Leopold Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment

Resolution No. 31-2018            

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Resolution 31-2018 supporting AB 2308Completed
b. Bill Text - AB-2308
c. AB 2308 Fact Sheet - Banning Butts to Eliminate Toxic Cigarette Waste
20. DOC-2018-141 : Approve appointment of Luci Basor to the Women's Commission, for a term to expire April 1, 2019, as recommended by Supervisor Caput Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
21. DOC-2018-142 : Hereby express the Board's support for the #NeverAgain movement and March for Our Lives; and direct the Chair to write letters to California State Treasurer John Chiang in support of his effort to divest California pension funds from certain gun manufacturers, and to Senator Dianne Feinstein in support of proposed legislation to increase the age requirement from 18 to 21 years for purchasing rifles from gun dealers, including assault weapons like the AR-15, and in support of Senate Bill 2095, the Assault Weapons Ban of 2017, as recommended by Supervisor Coonerty Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. SB 2095 Bill Text
22. DOC-2018-143 : Adopt resolution in support of Proposition 68, the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Act of 2018, as recommended by Supervisor Coonerty Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment

Resolution No. 32-2018     

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Resolution 32-2018 Support of Prop 68Completed
b. SB 5 (Chapter 852, Statutes of 2017), De León
23. DOC-2018-144 : Accept and file the Human Services Commission report for calendar years 2016 and 2017, and take related actions, as recommended by Chair Friend Accepted and filed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Human Services Commission 2016-2017 Biennial Report
24. DOC-2018-145 : Accept and file the Mental Health Advisory Board report for calendar years 2016 and 2017, and take related actions, as recommended by Chair Friend Accepted and filed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Mental Health Advisory Board 2016-2017 Biennial Report
25. DOC-2018-146 : Approve appointment of Diana Alfaro to the Latino Affairs Commission, as an at-large representative of the City of Santa Cruz, for a term to expire April 1, 2019, as recommended by Chair Friend Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
b. Santa Cruz City Council Minutes
26. DOC-2018-147 : Accept and file the Historic Resources Commission report for calendar years 2016 and 2017, and take related actions, as recommended by Chair Friend Accepted and filed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Historic Resources Commission 2016-2017 Biennial Report
Public Safety & Justice
27. DOC-2018-148 : Approve transfer of appropriations in the amount of $63,044.00 from the Sheriff’s Office budget from Air Patrol to the Fixed Assets account, as recommended by the Sheriff-Coroner Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. AUD-74 Airplane Engine
Health & Human Services
28. DOC-2018-149 : Adopt resolution authorizing the Health Services Agency to submit an application for grant funding to California Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, for expanding crisis services to youth and young adults, as recommended by the Director of Health Services Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment

Resolution No. 33-2018

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Resolution 33-2018 Grant application MHSOAC
028a Resolution 33-2018 (DOC-2018-149) eSignedCompleted
Notice of Funding Availability, Grant Application instructions
29. DOC-2018-150 : Defer to March 20, 2018, award of contract to provide Gender-Specific Transitional Housing services for women reentering the community after incarceration, as recommended by the Director of Health Services Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment

Deferral approved; item scheduled for March 20, 2018

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
30. DOC-2018-151 : Ratify approval of agreement with Selden & Son, in an amount not to exceed $333,768, to construct Health Services Agency’s Environmental Health Services Division Water Laboratory at 1060 Emeline Avenue, as recommended by the Director of Health Services Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Contract 18H0140 - Selden & Son, 1060 Emeline Water Lab Remodel (updated)Completed
b. ADM-29 18H0140
31. DOC-2018-152 : Approve revenue agreement with Janus of Santa Cruz in the amount of $666,076 for provision of Medication-Assisted Treatment; adopt a resolution to accept and appropriate unanticipated revenues in the amount of $111,013; approve six full-time equivalent two-year limited-term positions, and take related actions, as recommended by the Director of Health Services Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. AUD-60 Resolution 34-2018 Accept funds from Janus(pending signature)

MT eSignature errors; incomplete

031a Resolution 34-2018 AUD60 (DOC-2018-152) eSignedCompleted
b. Revenue contract #18R0187 Janus of Santa Cruz - Medication Assisted Treatment(pending signature)
c. ADM 29 18R0187
32. DOC-2018-153 : Approve amendment to the agreement with Parents Center Inc. for child welfare support services, adding $93,750 for a new, not to exceed total of $835,142, in order to maintain court ordered supervised visitation services, and take related actions, as recommended by the Director of Human Services Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. ADM-29 amendment 18W3611 (updated)
b. Contract Amendment 18W3611 Parents Center (updated)Completed
Land Use & Community Services
33. DOC-2018-154 : Approve the Independent Contractor Agreement with Active Network, LLC in the amount of $29,132.54, and take related actions, for the implementation of an integrated recreation software system replacement, as recommended by the Director of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Contract 18C4296 - Active Network, LLC (updated)Completed
b. ADM 29 contract 18C4296 (updated)Completed
34. DOC-2018-155 : Accept donations of tangible goods in the amount of $20,650 and cash donations in the amount of $47,838 received for the Department of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services in 2017, and authorize the department to work with the Auditor-Controller to issue the appropriate receipts and take additional actions necessary, as recommended by the Director of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
35. DOC-2018-156 : Designate funds and approve contract with BASE Landscape Architecture in the amount of $45,000 for design development of the nature discovery park at the Felton Library site, as recommended by the Director of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Contract 18C4294 - BASE Landscape Architecture (updated)Completed
b. ADM-29, contract 18C4294
36. DOC-2018-157 : Accept and file report analyzing alternative methods for funding the Monterey Bay Housing Trust (MBHT), authorize the County Administrative Officer to execute an agreement utilizing $200,000 previously allocated through the Housing Services contract with the Housing Authority of the County of Santa Cruz, and take related actions, as recommended by the Planning Director Accepted and filed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
37. DOC-2018-158 : Accept and file report regarding code enforcement priorities for use of available abatement funds, as recommended by the Planning Director Accepted and filed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
38. DOC-2018-159 : Approve amendment to contract with Baker Crew Consulting, Inc., in the amount of $66,272.50 for configuration of a Cannabis Licensing Module in the Infor permit tracking system, enhancement of intake process and an extension of the ending date, as recommended by the Planning Director and the County Administrative Officer Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Contract 16C4090 Amendment, Baker Crew Consulting
b. Statement of Work for Planning Portion
c. Statement of Work for Cannabis Portion
d. APPENDIX A.1 FOR CANNABIS
e. ADM-29 amendment 16C4090
038a Contract 16C4090Completed
39. DOC-2018-160 : Accept and file report on continuous process improvement efforts related to development review process and customer service, including coordination with other departments and agencies, as recommended by the Planning Director Accepted and filed By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
40. DOC-2018-161 : Approve lease agreement and memorandum of understanding for Health Services laboratory space located at University of California at Santa Cruz, and take related actions, as recommended by the Directors of Public Works and Health Services Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. 040a signed Lease Contract 18H0146
b. MOU between UCSC, EH&S, and Santa Cruz County (updated)(pending signature)

pending

c. Lab Equipment Inventory
41. DOC-2018-162 : Declare two vehicles as surplus property, and authorize the purchase of two new department vehicles, as recommended by the Director of Public Works Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
42. DOC-2018-163 : Approve amendment to agreement with Kittleson Environmental Consulting for environmental studies and monitoring for storm damage repair projects in the amount of $50,000, for a new total contract amount of $100,000, and take related actions, as recommended by the Director of Public Works Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Kittleson Environmental Consulting-Amendment to Contract #17D0200
b. ADM 29 - Kittleson Env 17D0200
43. DOC-2018-164 : Approve Independent Contractor Agreement with Bowman and Williams Inc., in the not-to-exceed amount of $55,000, for the Cox Road PM 1.93 2017 Winter Storm Damage Repair project, and take related actions, as recommended by the Director of Public Works Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Cox Road 1.93 ICA Bowman and WilliamsCompleted
b. ADM29 - Bowman & Williams 18D0245
c. Attachment A -scope of services
d. Attachment B Rate Sheet
ADDENDA

[43.1 Deleted]

Closed Session Agenda
44. DOC-2018-4 : SCHEDULE A CLOSED PERSONNEL AND LITIGATION SESSION TO BE HELD AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE BOARD'S CONSENT OR REGULAR AGENDA, OR AT ANY OTHER TIME DURING THE COURSE OF THE MEETING ANNOUNCED BY THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE BOARD A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION Sherylynn Orsua v. County of Santa Cruz, Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board Case Number ADJ7639737 B. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Anticipation of litigation to be considered pursuant to subdivision (d)(4) of Government Code Section 54956.9 for one potential case Report of County Counsel - will be given at the conclusion of the closed session on any reportable action(s) taken in the closed session Recessed to Closed Session Comment

Closed personnel and litigation session held as outlined in the agenda.

 

 

Report of County Counsel - the Board unanimously voted to authorize the County Counsel to join some ongoing litigation; and once that joinder has been filed, County Counsel would be happy to answer specific questions about it.   

Regular Agenda

Scheduled and Regular Departmental Items -- 9AM or thereafter

45. DOC-2018-165 : Public hearing to consider the creation of a new zone of benefit, Blue Mountain Ridge, within County Service Area No. 23, Old Ranch Road, and upon conclusion, consider adoption of a resolution establishing the new zone, as recommended by the Director of Public Works Adopted [Unanimous] Comment

Resolution No. 35-2018

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Resolution - Blue Mountain Ridge (5078)(pending signature)

MT eSignature errors; incomplete

Resolution 35-2018 Blue Mountain Ridge Zone CSA 23Completed
b. Exhibit A on Resolution - Map
46. DOC-2018-166 : Public hearing to consider new or increased rate assessment for Zone Blue Mountain Ridge within County Service Area 23, Old Ranch Road, for road maintenance and operations, and consider related actions, as outlined in the memorandum of the Director of Public Works Continued public hearing held [Unanimous] Comment

Motion 1

1) Public hearing held to hear objection or protests to the proposed benefit assessment for Zone Blue Mountain Ridge (BMR) within County Service Area (CSA) 23, Old Ranch Road; closed the public testimony portion of the public hearing;

2) Requested the submittal of all ballots for the proposed 2018/19 benefit assessment for Zone BMR;

3) CONTINUED the public hearing until later on today’s agenda to allow for tabulation and certification of the ballots;

[Resumed item #46; ballot count results presented with 100% approval]

 

Motion 2

Motion by Supervisor McPherson, duly seconded by Supervisor Leopold, the Board, by unanimous vote: 

4) ACCEPTED the certification of the vote results for Zone BMR, and directed Public Works to retain the ballots for at least six months following the certification; and

5) ADOPTED Resolution No. 36-2018 authorizing and levying a new or increased assessment for Zone BMR, within CSA 23, Old Ranch Road, for the 2018/19 fiscal year

 

 

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Resolution - CSA 23, Zone BMR (5088)
b. Proposed rate Zone BMR
Item 46, Motion 2 Adopted [Unanimous]

Resumed item #46; ballot count results presented with 100% approval;

4) ACCEPTED the certification of the vote results for Zone BMR, and directed Public Works to retain the ballots for at least six months following the certification; and

5) ADOPTED Resolution No. 36-2018 authorizing and levying a new or increased assessment for Zone BMR, within CSA 23, Old Ranch Road, for the 2018/19 fiscal year

47. DOC-2018-167 : Consider report on a tiered fee structure for the Alcohol Nuisance Abatement Ordinance, schedule a public hearing for March 13, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. or thereafter to consider changes to the 2017-18 Unified Fee Schedule, and direct the Clerk of the Board to take related actions, as outlined in the memorandum of the Sheriff-Coroner and County Administrative Officer Approved [Unanimous] Comment

1)  ACCEPTED AND FILED report on a tiered fee structure for the Alcohol Nuisance Abatement Ordinance;

2)  SCHEDULED a public hearing on March 13, 2018, beginning at 9:00 a.m. or thereafter, to consider changes to the Unified Fee Schedule; and

3)  Directed Clerk of the Board to publish notice of the public hearing at least ten days prior to the hearing date.

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Notice of Public Hearing, UFS Alcohol
48. DOC-2018-168 : Consider proposed ordinance adding Section 5.26.040 to the Santa Cruz County Code to re-authorize and preserve the County's right to continue to collect PEG fees under state law, as outlined in the memorandum of the Director of Information Services Approved [Unanimous] Comment

APPROVED ordinance in concept and DIRECTED Clerk of the Board to place the proposed ordinance on the agenda of March 13, 2018 for second reading and final adoption

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Ordinance amending Chapter 5.26 SCCC
49. DOC-2018-169 : Consider Mid-Year Financial Update for Fiscal Year 2017-18, as outlined in the memorandum of the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector Accepted and filed [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Attachment A - 2017-18 Mid-Year Finance Report
50. DOC-2018-170 : Consider the General Fund Mid-Year Budget Report, as outlined in the memorandum of the County Administrative Officer Accepted and filed [Unanimous] Comment
documentAgenda Item Board Memo
#50 Memo page 4, Revised (clean and strikeout copies) packet pg 629Additional Materials
#50 Memo page 5, Revised v2 (clean and strikeout-underline) packet pg 630Additional Materials
51. DOC-2018-171 : Consider report on the draft vision, mission, values and focus areas for the Santa Cruz County Strategic Plan, and direct staff to return with an update on the strategic planning process on or before April 10, 2018, as outlined in the memorandum of the County Administrative Officer Accepted and filed [Unanimous] Comment

1)  ACCEPTED AND FILED report on the draft vision, mission, values and focus areas for the Santa Cruz County Strategic Plan; and

2)  DIRECTED staff to return with an update on the strategic planning process on or before April 10, 2018

 

documentAgenda Item Board Memo
a. Strategic Plan Methodology
b. Strategic Plan Draft Elements
Written Correspondence Listing
4977 : Written Correspondence ListingComment
a. Agenda - Agricultural Policy Advisory Commisison
b. Agenda - Emergency Medical Care Commission
c. Agenda - Parks and Recreation Commission
d. Agenda - Seniors Commission
e. Agenda - Women's Commission
f. Application for Alcoholic Beverage License - Santa Cruz KOA
g. Application for Alcoholic Beverage License - Santa Cruz Catamaran
h. Application for Alcoholic Beverage License - SLV Winery
i. Application for Alcoholic Beverage License - I Wok Bistro
j. Application for Alcoholic Beverage License - Monterey Bay Wine Company
k. Capitola City Council Agendas
l. Resource Conservation District Agenda
m. 9-1-1 Agenda
n. Attendance Report - Emergency Medical Services Technical Adbisory Group
o. Attendance Report - Fire Department Advisory Commission
p. Attendance Report - First 5 Santa Cruz County Commission
q. Charlie Peters Correspondence
r. Memo of Patrick McCormick, LAFCO
s. Proclamation - Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks
t. Proclamation - Lifespan
u. Proclamation - SC New Tech Meetup
v. Proclamation - Wallace Baine
w. Proclamation - Shauna Mora
x. Proclamation - James Marshall
y. Letter of John Hunt, Chair, Commission on the Environment
Other Communications
Website agenda comments submitted before 8:30 a.m. 2/27/2018Comment
Related Correspondence: various agenda itemsCommentRelated correspondence