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File #: 17-0177    Name: Resolution Approving the Operational and Staffing Plan for the County Jail
Type: General Agenda Item Status: Scheduled PM
File created: 2/17/2017 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 3/28/2017 Final action:
Title: Receive a presentation from Sheriff's Office personnel on the operational and staffing plan for the jail housing addition, project no. 8819 and consider adopting a resolution in support of the plan.
Attachments: 1. Board Report, 2. Resolution for Staffing Plan, 3. AB900 Visiting Schedule - Draft1, 4. Operational Staffing Program Report - 04-04-17
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Receive a presentation from Sheriff's Office personnel on the operational and staffing plan for the jail housing addition, project no. 8819 and consider adopting a resolution in support of the plan.

Report
RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended the Board of Supervisors adopt a resolution, to:

a. Approve the operational and staffing plan for the County Jail Housing Addition Project #8819 (the Project); and
b. Authorize the County Administrative Officer, Resource Management Agency (RMA) Director, and Sheriff to take such further actions as may be necessary or appropriate to meet State milestone requirements as defined in AB 900 Phase II Financing Program.

SUMMARY/DISCUSSION:

On December 6, 2011 the Board of Supervisors approved resolution # 11-377 authorizing the Monterey County Sheriff to sign and submit an application for a local jail facility construction grant from AB 900 phase II in the amount of $80 million. The Corrections Standards Authority (now Board of State and Community Corrections - BSCC) approved a 576 bed housing addition project at the meeting of September 12, 2013. In December of 2015, the Board of Supervisors approved the working drawings for the housing addition project and authorized the plans be submitted to BSCC. Since that time, County stakeholders have been working with consultants and State officials with design and State approvals required for the Project. The housing addition has been reviewed and approved by several State agencies and just cleared the inspection with the State Fire Marshal in December of 2016. The Project is nearly ready to solicit bids.

One of the requirements for the Project is the completion of an operating cost analysis and staffing plan. The operating cost analysis and staffing plan requirements are defined as follows:

"Operating cost analysis" means a 30-year analysis of anticipated operating costs (e.g. staff salary/benefits, transition team costs, utilities and maintenance) and the identification ...

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