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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final-Revised
Meeting date/time: 11/19/2019 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
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CS 19-076 1.BoS 11-19-2019 Closed SessionGeneral Agenda ItemClosed Session under Government Code section 54950, relating to the following items: a. Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(d)(1), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding existing litigation: (1) Regina Mason (Worker’s Compensation Appeals Board case no. ADJ9627427) (2) Anna Jimenez (Worker’s Compensation Appeals Board case no. ADJ11276292) (3) Robert Martinez v. State of California, et al. (Monterey County Superior Court case no. 19CV002569) (4) Robin McManaman v. County of Monterey, et al. (Monterey County Superior Court case no. 18CV002822) (5) James Collins v. County of Monterey, et al. (U.S. District Court case no. 19CV01214NC) (6) Protect the Process v. County of Monterey, et al. (Monterey County Superior Court case no. 19CV002885) (7) Conservatorship of Gin Casion (Monterey County Superior Court case no. MP3098) (8) In re Nancy Ann Christenberry Revocable Living Trust (Monterey County Superior Court case no. 18PR000461) (9) David Sabih v. County of Monterey, et al. (Monterey County Superior Court case no. M93135) b. Pursuant to Government Code section 5495   Action details None
19-0885 2.Consent Calendar- Supplemental Sheet (Clarified)General Agenda ItemApproval of Consent Calendar Items No. 20 through 49.approved on consent calendar   Action details None
CR 19-137 3.Ceremonial Resolution - 2020 Woman of the YearCeremonial ResolutionAdopt Resolution recognizing Marion Gellatly as the recipient of the Professional Women’s Network of the Monterey Peninsula 2020 Woman of the Year Award. (Full Board)adoptedPass Action details None
APP 19-155 4.Notification to Clerk of Appt- BlakeneyAppointmentAppoint Bobbie E. Blakeney, Member at Large to the Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council. With a term ending on January 1, 2023. (Full Board)appointedPass Action details None
APP 19-156 5.Notification to Clerk- CranfordAppointmentReappoint Donald Cranford to the Northern Salinas Valley Mosquito Abatement District with a term ending on January 2, 2024. (Full Board)reappointedPass Action details None
APP 19-157 6.Notification to Clerk of Appt- CudaAppointmentReappoint Aimee Cuda, Member at Large to the Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council with a term ending on January 1, 2023 (Full Board)reappointedPass Action details None
APP 19-158 7.Notification to Clerk of Appt- DowneyAppointmentReappoint Elizabeth Downey to the Natividad Medical Center Board of Trustees with a term ending on November 30, 2022. (Supervisor Adams)removed from agenda via additions and correctionsPass Action details None
APP 19-159 8.Notification to Clerk of Appt- HsiehAppointmentAppoint Patricia Hsieh to the Monterey County Workforce Development Board filling with a term expiration date of July 10, 2021. (Full Board)appointedPass Action details None
APP 19-160 9.Notification to Clerk- LeonardAppointmentAppoint Grant Leonard to the Castroville Cemetery District with a term ending on March 30, 2022. (Full Board)appointedPass Action details None
APP 19-161 10.Notification to Clerk of Appt- MangompitAppointmentReappoint Emilie Mangompit to the Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council for a term ending on January 1, 2023. (Full Board)reappointedPass Action details None
APP 19-162 11.Notification to Clerk of Appt- ShieldsAppointmentReappoint Tom Shields to the Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council for a term ending on January 1, 2023.reappointedPass Action details None
APP 19-163 12.Linda Grier - Boronda Public Works Citizens Advisory CommitteeAppointmentReappoint Linda Grier to the Boronda Public Works Citizens Advisory Committee with a term ending date of January 1, 2022. (Supervisor Phillips)reappointedPass Action details None
APP 19-164 12.1Moody Appt to the Pajaro Sunny Mesa Board of DirectorsAppointmentReappoint Robert Moody to the Pajaro/Sunny Mesa Community Services District - Board of Directors with a term ending date of November 30, 2023. (Supervisor Phillips)reappointedPass Action details None
OBM 19-020 13.Board CommentsOther Board MattersBoard Comments   Action details None
OBM 19-021 14.CAO Comments and ReferralsOther Board MattersCounty Administrative Officer Comments and Referrals   Action details None
OBM 19-022 15.General Public CommentOther Board MattersGeneral Public Commentsgeneral public comments made  Action details None
19-0889 16. General Agenda ItemReceive a presentation outlining the County’s accomplishments at Laguna Seca Recreation Area since taking ownership of the business on January 1, 2017.received  Action details None
19-0892 17.Laguna Seca Recreation Area: Summary of ProposalsGeneral Agenda Itema. Receive a presentation summarizing the proposals received for management of Laguna Seca Recreation Area; b. Approve a management agreement from January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2023 between the County of Monterey and A&D Narigi Consulting, LLC for management services at Laguna Seca Recreation Area; and c. Authorize the Chair of the Board to execute the Agreement.approved - county administrative officePass Action details None
19-0891 18.Advance Step Placement of John ThornburgGeneral Agenda ItemAuthorize advance step placement of John Thornburg at Step 7 of the Chief Deputy Sheriff salary range in accordance with Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) #98-394, Sections A.1.11.1, A.1.11.5, and A. 5.1, effective November 23, 2019.approved - monterey county sheriffs officePass Action details None
RES 19-157 19.a. Receive a report on the Lakes Resort and Operations Enterprise Fund, Fund 452, FY 2018-19 financial condition; b. Adopt a Resolution to: 1) Authorize and direct the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY 2019-20 General Fund adopted budget, Fund 001, OBoS Resolutiona. Receive a report on the Lakes Resort and Operations Enterprise Fund, Fund 452, FY 2018-19 financial condition; b. Adopt a Resolution to: 1) Authorize and direct the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY 2019-20 General Fund adopted budget, Fund 001, Other Financing Uses Appropriation Unit CAO017, to increase appropriations by $2,131,440, financed by a release from the General Fund Cannabis Tax Assignment, Fund 001, Balance Sheet Account 3132 (4/5ths vote required); and 2) Authorize and direct the Auditor-Controller to transfer $2,131,440 for FY 2019-20 from General Fund, Fund 001, Other Financing Uses Appropriation Unit CAO017 (Unit 8038 Object 7614), to the Lakes Resort and Operations Enterprise Fund, Fund 452, Appropriation Unit RMA102 (Unit 8477 Object 5940) (4/5th vote required).adopted - rma administrationPass Action details None
ORD 19-031 19.1 OrdinanceConsider adoption of a Temporary Eviction Control Urgency Ordinance enacting a temporary prohibition on no-fault evictions from residential real property through the effective date of Assembly Bill 1482, the Tenant Protection Act of 2019. (ADDED VIA ADDENDA)adopted - county counselPass Action details None
19-0901 19.2a. Receive a presentation on options for financing for building removal on the former Fort Ord and analysis of the proposed Fort Ord Reuse Authority bond issuance; b. Consider making a recommendation to Fort Ord Reuse Authority; and c. Provide direcGeneral Agenda Itema. Receive a presentation on options for financing for building removal on the former Fort Ord and analysis of the proposed Fort Ord Reuse Authority bond issuance; b. Consider making a recommendation to Fort Ord Reuse Authority; and c. Provide direction to staff. (ADDED VIA ADDENDA)adopted - rma administrationPass Action details None
A 19-392 20.Amendment 2 to Debt Collection Services Master Agreement per RFP # 9600-64BoS AgreementAuthorize the Deputy Purchasing Agent for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute amendment No. 2 to the agreements with Receivable Solutions, Inc. (A-13319) and Credit Consulting Services, Inc. (A-13320) for debt collection services, adding $2,400,000 for a revised total aggregate amount not to exceed $6,970,000 with no change to the agreement term of October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2020.approved - natividad medical centerPass Action details None
A 19-393 21.Amendment No. 1 to Carefusion Master AgreementBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Deputy Purchasing Agent for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute amendment No. 1 to the master agreement (A-12934) with Carefusion Solutions, LLC adding the Pyxis product known as BD Cato Medication Workflow Solutions, a medication workflow management system, and adding additional terms and conditions associated with BD Cato. b. Approve NMC Chief Executive Officer’s recommendation to accept non-standard indemnification, limitation of liability, and limitation of warranty provisions within the BD Cato Medication Workflow Solutions Schedule. c. Authorize the Deputy Purchasing Agent for NMC or his designee to execute Customer Order 1000141289 for the BD Cato software subscription for a sixty (60) month term effective upon implementation (estimated to be on or about April 30, 2020), subject to extension on a month to month basis until terminated for a total amount not to exceed $265,740. d. Authorize the Deputy Purchasing Agent at NMC to execute the Implementation Timeline to Customer Order 1000141289. e. Authorize the Deputy Purchasing Agent aapproved - natividad medical centerPass Action details None
A 19-398 22.SkillSurvey, Inc. Amendment No. 1BoS AgreementAuthorize the Deputy Purchasing Agent for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute amendment No. 1 to the agreement with SkillSurvey, Inc. for online reference checking solution services to increase quality of hire and improve recruiting efficiency at NMC, extending the agreement an additional three (3) year period (December 31, 2019 through December 30, 2022) for a revised full agreement term of December 31, 2016 through December 30, 2022, and adding $55,545 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $111,234.approved - natividad medical centerPass Action details None
A 19-399 23.Everbridge, Inc. Amendment No. 1BoS AgreementAuthorize the Deputy Purchasing Agent for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute amendment No. 1 to the agreement with Everbridge, Inc. for Critical Event Management Software services, extending the agreement an additional two (2) year period (January 30, 2020 through January 29, 2022) for a revised full agreement term of January 30, 2018 through January 29, 2022, and adding $65,378 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $127,642.approved - natividad medical centerPass Action details None
A 19-400 24.Medical Information Technology, Inc. Amendment No. 5BoS AgreementAuthorize the Deputy Purchasing Agent for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute amendment no. 5 to the agreement (A-13067) with Medical Information Technology, Inc. (MEDITECH) for the addition of MD Staff, Pharmacy Automation, and Medinet interfaces for the MEDITECH system at NMC, adding $65,818 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $299,467, with no change to the implementation term of March 22, 2016 through April 29, 2020.approved - natividad medical centerPass Action details None
RES 19-152 25.PG RestructureBoS Resolutiona. Amend the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 Health Department Budget 4000-HEA008-8118 to reallocate 1.0 FTE vacant Accountant II to 1.0 FTE Accountant III (4/5th vote required); and b. Direct the County Administrative Office and the Auditor-Controller to incorporate the approved position changes in the FY 2019-20 Adopted Budget and the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM system.adopted - health departmentPass Action details None
19-0864 26.New Access Point GrantGeneral Agenda Itema. Ratify the submittal of a New Access Point (NAP) grant application by the Monterey County Health Department to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) in the amount of $650,000 per year for two (2) years from September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2021, to expand access to quality health care services for vulnerable populations; and b. Accept a NAP grant award from HHS, through HRSA, in the amount of $650,000 per year for two (2) years retroactive from September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2021, to expand access to quality health care services for vulnerable populations; and c. Authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to act as an agent for the County in processing all HRSA documentation in connection with the NAP Grant; and d. Approve the intra-County transfer of the management of the Natividad Immunology Division Outpatient (NIDO) Clinic from Natividad Medical Center to the Monterey County Health Department as NIDO is a newly approved Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) approved - health departmentPass Action details None
A 19-396 27.CHFFA Wellness GrantBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute the Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program for Children and Youth (“Grant Program”) Grant Agreement No. CY MONT-01 with California Health Facilities Financing Authority (CHFFA), accepting a CHFFA Grant Program award for the development and implementation of a Mobile Crisis Support Team program in the total grant amount of $485,275.90 for the full grant period retroactive May 30, 2019 through June 30, 2026; and b. Approve the delegation of authority to the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to act on the County’s behalf to carry out and consummate all transactions contemplated during the full grant period.adopted - health departmentPass Action details None
A 19-397 28.Agreement Cinnimon HillsBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute a Mental Health Services Agreement with Cinnamon Hills Youth Crisis Center for the term August 27, 2019 through June 30, 2022 for the provision of residential and mental health services to Monterey County youth in the amount of $121,575 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20, $144,074 for FY 2020-21, and $144,074 for FY 2021-22, for a total Agreement amount not to exceed $409,723; and b. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to approve up to three (3) future amendments that do not exceed ten percent (10%) ($40,972.30) of the original Agreement amount and do not significantly alter the scope of services.approved - health departmentPass Action details None
A 19-408 29.UFA Amend. No. 9 NoticeBoS Agreementa. Set a public hearing for December 11, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. to consider and adopt Resolution to approve Amendment No. 9 with [Proposed] Exhibit 1 “Approved Rates and Charges” to Unified Franchise Agreement A-11631 regarding proposed rates for services and adjustments to current rates for the Unified Franchise Agreement A-11631 between the County of Monterey and Waste Management, Inc. dba USA Waste of California dba Carmel Marina Corp., for the Exclusive Collection of Solid Waste and Recyclables in Unincorporated Monterey County; and b. Direct the Clerk of the Board to publish the Notice of Public Hearing in newspapers of general circulation to provide for County-wide Notice of Public Hearing on or before December 1, 2019.approved - health departmentPass Action details None
ORD 19-030 30.POE/POU Ordinance Extension Waive readingOrdinanceIntroduce, waive reading, and set December 10, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. to adopt an ordinance to extend the suspension of portions of Ordinance No. 5310 relating to Point of Use and Point of Entry water treatment until further action of the Board of Supervisors. Proposed CEQA Action: Exempt under CEQA Guidelines section 15061(b)(3)approved - health departmentPass Action details None
RES 19-162 31.Allocation of Investigative AideBoS Resolutiona. Authorize the County Administrative Office to allocate one (1) new position in the District Attorney’s Office (2240), in Unit 8063, for one (1) Investigative Aide (34G10) and reflect the new allocation in the adopted budget position counts (4/5ths vote required);adopted - district attorneyPass Action details None
ORD 19-028 33.Ordinance Produce Inspection - Head LettuceOrdinancea. Consider adoption of an ordinance repealing Chapter 10.16 of Title 10 of the Monterey County Code relating to Produce Inspection - Head Lettuce (Attachment 1); and b. Proposed California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) action: Find that this action is categorically exempt from environmental review pursuant to CEQA Guidelines California Code of Regulations (CCR) Section 15309.adopted - agricultural commissionerPass Action details None
RES 19-153 34.Position Allocation Resolution ITDBoS Resolutiona. Transfer one (1) Communications Technician III position to County Administrative Office, Appropriation Unit CAO025, Budget Unit 8451- Fleet from Information Technology Department, Appropriation Unit INF002, Budget Unit 8437- Infrastructure, and reflect the change in position counts, as indicated in Attachment A (4/5ths vote); and b. Authorize the Auditor-Controller and the County Administrative Office to incorporate these changes in the FY 2019-20 Budget.adopted - county administrative officePass Action details None
19-0866 35.Peace Officers Association of the County of Monterey to operate and maintain the Law Enforcement Firearm Range and building on the premises of Laguna Seca Recreation Area effective December 31, 2019.General Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the County Administrative Officer to send a notice of non-renewal, effective December 31, 2019, of the Permit for Law Enforcement Firearm Range at Laguna Seca Recreation Area, authorized by Resolution 77-86.approved - county administrative officePass Action details None
19-0868 32.Amendment #2 Law Search Associates dba Legal Research AssociatesGeneral Agenda ItemApprove and Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to sign Amendment #2, with Law Search Associates LLC Doing Business As Legal Research Associates for the provision of providing legal research material to inmates, with a new not to exceed amount of $160,000.00 and extending the agreement two (2) years with a term ending date of November 30, 2021.approved - monterey county sheriffs officePass Action details None
19-0862 36.LexisNexis Batch ServicesGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and authorize a non-standard agreement in the amount of $60,000 between the County of Monterey, by and through the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector and RELX, dba LexisNexis, which specifies Batch File Services to be performed under the terms of the LexisNexis Master Terms & Conditions - Government for the period of December 1, 2019 through December 31, 2022; b. Authorize the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector to sign the non-standard agreement for Batch Services with LexisNexis; and c. Authorize the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector to extend the agreement for up to two one-year contract extensions, where the Amendments do not exceed ten percent of the Agreement amount or significantly change the scope of work.approved - treasure tax collectorPass Action details None
19-0863 37.LexisNexis Transactional Services - REVENUEGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and authorize a non-standard agreement in the amount of $2,500 between the County of Monterey, by and through the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector, and RELX, dba LexisNexis, which specifies Accurint for Government Transactional Debtor Location and Research Services to be performed under the terms of the State of California negotiated Standard Agreement No. 5-17-70-12, for the period of December 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020; b. Authorize the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector to sign the non-standard agreement for Accurint for Government - Revenue - Transactional Debtor Location and Research Services; and c. Authorize the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector to extend the agreement for up to two one-year contract extensions with LexisNexis, as indicated by the State of California negotiated Standard Agreement No. 5-17-70-12, where the Amendments do not exceed ten percent of the original Agreement amount or significantly change the scope of work.approved - treasure tax collectorPass Action details None
19-0865 38.LexisNexis Transactional Services - TAXGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and authorize a non-standard agreement in the amount of $2,500 between the County of Monterey, by and through the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector, and RELX, dba LexisNexis, which specifies Accurint for Government Transactional Debtor Location and Research Services to be performed under the terms of the State of California negotiated Standard Agreement No. 5-17-70-12, for the period of December 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020; b. Authorize the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector to sign the non-standard agreement for Accurint for Government - Tax - Transactional Debtor Location and Research Services; and c. Authorize the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector to extend the agreement for up to two one-year contract extensions with LexisNexis, as indicated by the State of California negotiated Standard Agreement No. 5-17-70-12, where the Amendments do not exceed ten percent of the original Agreement amount or significantly change the scope of work.approved - treasure tax collectorPass Action details None
A 19-405 39.Approve Agreement with Pacific Health AllianceBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to sign an Agreement between the County of Monterey and Pacific Health Alliance (PHA) for Third-Party Administration (TPA) of the County’s Self-Insured Dental Plan per Request for Proposals (RFP) #10719 with the initial Agreement term beginning January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2024, including the option to extend the Agreement for up to three (3) additional one (1)-year periods; and b. Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to sign future Amendments to the Agreement where the Amendments do not significantly change the scope of work or cause an increase in the Agreement rates of more than ten percent (10%).approved - human resources departmentPass Action details None
A 19-404 40.ESRI amendment no. 3BoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of the Information Technology Department to execute Amendment No. 3 to the Agreement with Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc., (ESRI Inc.,) for continuance of, and support and maintenance of, County ESRI licenses, required for the County’s GIS system, in an amount not to exceed $59,798.08, for the retroactive term of October 30, 2019 to October 30, 2020 for a total contract not to exceed $237,140.07; b. Authorize the Director of the Information Technology Department to execute service renewals and such documents as are necessary to implement extension of the agreement; c. Accept non-standard language as recommended by Director of the Information Technology Department; and d. Authorize the Director of the Information Technology Department to sign up to three (3) renewals to this Agreement, subject to County Counsel review, which extend services by one (1) year each, where any increased costs do not exceed 10% of the of the cost of Amendment No. 3 ($5,979), per amendment, and do not significantly alter the terms of the Agreement, inapproved - information technology departmentPass Action details None
A 19-407 41.Agreement with Vision Service PlanBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to sign an Agreement between the County of Monterey and Vision Service Plan (VSP) for Third-Party Administration (TPA) of the County’s Self-Insured Vision Plan per Request for Proposals (RFP) #10718 with the initial Agreement term beginning January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2024, including the option to extend the Agreement for up to three (3) additional one (1)-year periods; and b. Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to sign future Amendments to the Agreement where the Amendments do not significantly change the scope of work or cause an increase in the Agreement rates of more than ten percent (10%).approved - human resources departmentPass Action details None
MIN 19-101 42.Approve the Monterey County Board of Supervisors Draft Action Meeting Minutes for the following meeting dates: Tuesday, October 22, 2019.MinutesApprove the Monterey County Board of Supervisors Draft Action Meeting Minutes for the following meeting date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019.approvedPass Action details None
19-0884 43. General Agenda ItemAdopt the Board of Supervisors’ meeting schedule for the calendar year 2020.approved - clerk of the boardPass Action details None
RES 19-156 44.First 5 Monterey County Conflict of Interest CodeBoS ResolutionAdopt a resolution to revise and approve amendments to the Conflict of Interest Code of First 5 Monterey.adopted - clerk of the boardPass Action details None
19-0887 45.Soledad Mission Recreation District Dry Period Loan FY2019-20General Agenda ItemApprove a request from the Soledad Mission Recreation District for dry period loan of $39,000 for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2020approved - auditor controllerPass Action details None
RES 19-158 46.a. Receive a report on Facilities project needs for FY 2019/20, including funding needs for ongoing projects; b. Approve adding selected Facilities projects, totaling $1,752,167, to the Resource Management Agency FY 2019/20 Work Program; c. Adopt a ReBoS Resolutiona. Receive a report on Facilities project needs for FY 2019/20, including funding needs for ongoing projects; b. Approve adding selected Facilities projects, totaling $1,752,167, to the Resource Management Agency FY 2019/20 Work Program; c. Adopt a Resolution to Authorize and direct the Auditor-Controller to: 1) Amend the FY 2019/20 Resource Management Agency Adopted Budget, Fund 402, Appropriation Unit RMA014, to increase appropriations by $1,752,167, where the financing source is Fund 402 Unassigned Funds of $1,813,122; 2) Amend the FY 2019/20 Resource Management Agency Adopted Budget, Fund 001, Appropriation Unit RMA006, to increase appropriations and revenues by $667,650, where the financing source is an operating transfer from Fund 402, Appropriation Unit RMA014; 3) Amend the FY 2019/20 Resource Management Agency Adopted Budget, Fund 404, Appropriation Unit RMA015, to increase appropriations and revenues by $454,000, where the financing source is an operating transfer from Fund 402, Appropriation Unit RMA014; and 4) Transfer $1,121,650 for FY 2019/20 from Fund 402, Appropadopted - rma administrationPass Action details None
19-0871 47.Award Avila Brother, IncGeneral Agenda Itema. Award a contract to Avila Brothers, Inc. dba Avila Construction Company, the lowest responsible bidder, for the 855 East Laurel Drive-Emergency Shelter, Project No. 8875, Bid Package No.10736, in the total amount of $5,760,231; b. Approve the Performance and Payment Bonds executed and provided by Avila Construction Company; c. Authorize a contingency, not to exceed 10% of the contract amount, or $576,023, to provide funding for approved contract change orders for 855 East Laurel Drive-Emergency Shelter, Project No. 8875, Bid Package No.10736; d. Authorize the Resource Management Agency Director to execute the contract and, subject to the terms of the Public Contract Code, approve change orders to the contract that do not exceed 10% of the original contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work; and e. Authorize the Resource Management Agency Director to execute a Certificate of Completion and record a Notice of Completion with the County Recorder when the Director determines that the contract is complete in all respects in accordance with the Plans andapproved - rma public works and facilitiesPass Action details None
A 19-401 48.Standard Agreement with A & B Fire Protection and SafetyBoS Agreementa. Approve Standard Agreement with A & B Fire Protection and Safety, Inc. to provide annual inspections, testing, maintenance services, and on-call repairs to fire sprinkler suppression systems in County owned buildings and facilities for a total amount not to exceed $415,310 for an initial term of three (3) years from December 2, 2019 to December 1, 2022, with the option to extend the term for two (2) additional one (1) year period(s); and b. Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to execute the Standard Agreement and any future amendments to the Agreement where the amendments do not significantly alter the scope of work or increase the approved Agreement amount.approved - rma public works and facilitiesPass Action details None
RES 19-159 49.2020 Williamson Act ApplicationsBoS Resolutiona. Set a public hearing for December 10, 2019 to consider eleven (11) 2020 Williamson Act Applications (REF190037): 1. No. 2020-001 (FSZ)- Jensen Family Partners LP; AJ Spence Blanco LLC; DJS & B Ranch LLC; APN 207-031-003 2. No. 2020-002 (FSZ)- Jensen Family Partners LP; AJ Spence Blanco LLC; DJS & B Ranch LLC; APNs 137-041-004 and 137-041-014 3. No. 2020-003 (FSZ)- AJ Esperanza LLC; DJE Ranch LLC; Stephen and Patricia Jensen Trust; Ross Neil Jensen; Marie Ann Jensen Vasquez; Quinn Neil Jensen; Steen Neil Jensen; APNs 137-052-005; 137-052-006 and 137-052-007 4. No. 2020-004 (FSZ)- Huntington Farms Inc; APN 177-132-018 5. No. 2020-005 (FSZ)- Soledad Ranches Limited Partnership; APN 216-022-001 6. No. 2020-006 (FSZ)- Bianchi Ranch LLC; APN 165-013-010 7. No. 2020-007 (AgP)- SkyRoseRanch, LLC; APNs 424-121-023; 424-121-024; 424-121-058; 424-141-048; 424-121-020; 424-121-022; 424-141-003; 424-131-079; 424-131-080; 424-131-081; 424-131-086; 424-131-087; 424-131-088 8. No. 2020-008 (FSZ)- John Hansen Cumming and Constance Marie Cumming, Trustees of The John Hansen Cumming and Capproved - rma land use and community development Pass Action details None
19-0903 50. General Agenda ItemAddendum Added to Scheduled Matters at 10:30 A.M. 19.1 Consider adoption of a Temporary Eviction Control Urgency Ordinance enacting a temporary prohibition on no-fault evictions from residential real property through the effective date of Assembly Bill 1482, the Tenant Protection Act of 2019. 19.2 a. Receive a presentation on options for financing for building removal on the former Fort Ord and analysis of the proposed Fort Ord Reuse Authority bond issuance; b. Consider making a recommendation to Fort Ord Reuse Authority; and c. Provide direction to staff. Supplemental Revised Attachment C - Recommended Management Agreement 17. a. Receive a presentation summarizing the proposals received for management of Laguna Seca Recreation Area; b. Approve a management agreement from January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2023 between the County of Monterey and A&D Narigi Consulting, LLC for management services at Laguna Seca Recreation Area; and c. Authorize the Chair of the Board to execute the Agreement.   Action details None