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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/5/2021 9:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: https://montereycty.zoom.us/j/224397747
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CS 21-049 1.BoS 10-05-2021 Closed SessionGeneral Agenda ItemClosed Session under Government Code section 54950, relating to the following items: a. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957(a), the Board will confer with County Counsel regarding matters posing a threat to the security of public buildings, essential public services, or the public’s right of access to public services or facilities. b. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957.6, the Board will provide direction to negotiators: (1) Designated representatives: Irma Ramirez-Bough and Kim Moore Employee Organization(s): All Units (2) Designated representatives: Lori Medina and Jeff Bailey Employee Organization(s): IHSS c. Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(d)(2), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding two matters of significant exposure to litigation.   None None
CR 21-110 2.Ceremonial Resolution - Linda McGloneCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution honoring Linda McGlone upon her retirement from Monterey County Health Department and her public service to Monterey County residents. (Supervisor Askew)   None None
CR 21-111 3.Ceremonial Resolution - Clean Air DayCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution celebrating California’s Clean Air Day. (Supervisor Adams)   None None
CR 21-121 4.Ceremonial Resolution - County Employees for Services During the PandemicCeremonial ResolutionResolution of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Monterey, State of California, Honoring County of Monterey employees for their service during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Supervisor Askew)   None None
APP 21-181 5.Appointment- LaraAppointmentAppoint Cesar Lara to the Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council, with a term ending date Pleasure of the Board. (Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council)   None None
APP 21-175 6.CSAC Board of Directors one year termAppointmentNominate one member of the Board of Supervisors to serve on the California State Association of Counties (CSAC) Board of Directors, and one member of the Board of Supervisors to serve as alternate, for a one-year term of office beginning on November 29, 2021.   None None
OBM 21-097 7.General Public Comment - 9-21-21Other Board MattersGeneral Public Comments This portion of the meeting is reserved for persons to address the Board on any matter not on this agenda but under the jurisdiction of the Board of Supervisors. Board members may respond briefly to the statement made or questions posed. They may ask a question for clarification; make a referral to staff for factual information or request staff to report back to the Board at a future meeting.   None None
21-831 8.STRYVE PresentationGeneral Agenda ItemReceive a presentation from the Monterey County Health Department’s Striving to Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere (STRYVE) Program, the City of Salinas’ Community Safety Division and the Monterey County Administrative Office's (CAO) Office of Community Engagement and Strategic Advocacy to describe the strategies and results of their collaboration to prevent violence.   None None
21-821 9.Fort Ord - County Habitat Resource Management PlanGeneral Agenda Itema. Receive an update on the County Habitat Resource Management Plan for the former Fort Ord; b. Consider authorizing the Housing and Community Development Department to utilize the County Habitat Management Funds, Fund 029, to fund the development of the County Habitat Resource Management Plan for properties owned by the Monterey Peninsula College; c. Consider and provide input to the Public Participation Plan; and d. Provide direction to staff.   None None
21-830 10. General Agenda Itema. Introduce, waive reading, and set October 19, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. as the date and time to consider the adoption of an ordinance amending Chapter 7.90 of the Monterey County Code to allow permitted cultivators to modify the total canopy area of any cultivation or nursery operation in their commercial cannabis permit on two occasions during the permit’s annual term if certain criteria are met; and b. Provide direction to staff as appropriate.   None None
OBM 21-096 11.CAO Comment and Referrals 9-21-21Other Board MattersCounty Administrative Officer Comments and New Referrals   None None
PAR 21-009 12.Board Referral 2016.02General Agenda ItemReceive a preliminary analysis report in response to a revision of Board Referral 2016.02 requesting that the Housing and Community Development Department (HCD) address the enforcement of unauthorized short term rentals and potential funding sources to cover costs.   None None
PAR 21-010 13.Referral 2021.16 Health MisinformationGeneral Agenda ItemReceive a preliminary analysis report in response to Board Referral No. 2021.16 seeking to combat health misinformation and curb the spread of falsehoods that threaten the health and safety of our residents and visitors.   None None
A 21-491 14.Nurse Family Partnership AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute an Agreement with Nurse-Family Partnership (“NFP”) in the amount of $200,000 to provide evidence-based programming to Monterey County first-time mothers and their babies for the period retroactive to June 1, 2021 through May 31, 2023; and b. Approve the nonstandard indemnification provision as recommended by the Director of Health; and c. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to sign up to three (3) future amendments to this Agreement that will not exceed ten percent (10%) ($7,652) of the original Agreement and will not significantly change the Agreement.   None None
A 21-492 15.City of Marina Animal Services AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to sign an Agreement with the City of Marina (City) in the amount of approximately $18,600 for services to be performed by the Monterey County Health Department’s Animal Services unit to provide shelter, care and other required services for the term retroactive from July 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021; and b. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to sign up to three (3) future amendments to this Agreement where the amendments do not significantly change the scope of work and do not exceed 10% ($1,860) of the original Agreement amount.   None None
A 21-490 16.California Department of Social ServicesBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign a no cost agreement with the California Department of Social Services, retroactive to July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024, to establish responsibilities for the provision of legal services for Resource Family Program administrative appeals; and b. Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign up to three (3) amendments to this agreement as long as they do not encompass payment or significantly change the scope of services.   None None
21-836 17.COVID-19 Self Certification, Vaccination Mandate, and Face Covering RequirementGeneral Agenda Itema. Revise the date for employee certification of COVID-19 vaccination status compliance to October 15, 2021; b. Revise the date for vaccine compliance (excluding employees under State Mandate) to October 31, 2021; c. Revise the indoor face covering requirement to allow fully vaccinated employees and members of the public who show proof of vaccination to not be required to wear a face covering in a County facility office or meeting room if all other individuals are fully vaccinated; d. Direct the Director of Human Resources to implement changes in the Monterey County Emergency Response Manual and COVID-19 Prevention Program.   None None
RES 21-175 18.County's Maximum Contributions for Medical Insurance for Units O, XL, and YBoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 to modify Section A.21.4.1 to reflect the County’s maximum contributions for medical insurance for Units O, XL, and Y; b. Direct the Human Resources Department to incorporate the changes in the Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution No.98-394; c. Direct the Human Resources Department and Auditor-Controller’s Office to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM/Payroll system.   None None
21-784 19.Request to pay Employnet Invoices for Public Defender & Natividad FY20-21General Agenda Itema. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to pay Employnet Workforce Solutions (“Employnet”) $3,569.60 for specified invoices charging County of Monterey (“County”) for hours worked by an Employnet temporary worker assigned in Fiscal Year 2020-2021 to the Public Defender’s Office to ensure adequate staffing levels during the COVID-19 Pandemic, which hours were in excess of the 720 hour limitation set forth in the County’s now expired agreement with Employnet under RFP 10495 (“Employnet Agreement”); and b. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to pay Employnet $9,360.90 for specified invoices charging County for hours worked by 2 other Employnet temporary workers assigned in Fiscal Year 2021-2021 to Natividad Medical Center (“Natividad”) to ensure adequate staffing levels during the COVID-19 Pandemic, in excess of the 720 hours limitation set forth in the Employnet Agreement; and c. Approve and authorize the Auditor-Controller to pay B.E. Smith, Inc. (“B.E. Smith”) $13,600 for an invoice charging County for hours worked by a B.E. Smith temporary worker assigned in Fiscal Year 2021-2021 to N   None None
RES 21-173 20.Office Assistant and Secretary Series Base Wage IncreaseBoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendix A and B to adjust the base wage salary ranges of the Office Assistant I, II, and III, Principal Office Assistant, Supervising Office Assistant I and II, Secretarial Assistant, Secretary, Senior Secretary, and Administrative Secretary classifications as indicated in Attachment A; b. Direct the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM system.   None None
RES 21-169 21.Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the County of Monterey FY2021-22 Budget AppropriationsSuccessor ResolutionAdopt a resolution to: a. Amend the Housing and Community Development Department (HCD) Budget Unit Administration, 406-3100-8572-HCD010 to increase appropriations of $3,403,777 and estimated revenues in the amount of $3,403,777; and b. Authorize and direct the Auditor-Controller and County Administrative Office to incorporate the changes in the FY 2021-22 Housing and Community Development Department Adopted Budget, 406-3100-8572-HCD010 (4/5th vote required).   None None
RES 21-174 22.REF210028 - Ag Land Trust Ag Conservation Easement (Hitchcock Road)BoS ResolutionAdopt a resolution to: a. Support the Ag Land Trust’s agricultural conservation easement proposal to the State of California Department of Conservation Farmland Conservancy Program (DoC) for 210 acres of the Hitchcock-Gill Farm; and b. Support the Ag Land Trust’s application for grant funding from the DoC for the purchase of an agricultural conservation easement over the Hitchcock-Gill Farm totaling 210 acres (APN 145-181-009) situated approximately 1.5 miles west of Chualar, on the eastern side of Old Stage Road, and to place said parcels into an agricultural conservation easement to conserve priority agricultural land resources; and c. Direct the Housing and Community Development (HCD) Director or Chief of Planning to collaborate with the Ag Land Trust in the grant application process. d. Find that the proposed action is categorically exempt per California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15317 and/or CEQA Guidelines Section 15317(b). California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Action: Categorically Exempt per CEQA Guidelines Section 15317 (Open Space   None None
A 21-489 23.Approve A4 to PSA w/TRC for Robinson Rd Bridge Scour Repair ProjectBoS Agreementa. Approve Amendment No. 4 to Professional Services Agreement No. A-12658 with TRC Engineers, Inc. to: include additional services associated with bridge design services for the Robinson Road Bridge Scour Repair, County Bridge No. 503, State Project No. EA 05-930265, Federal Aid Project No. BHLO-5944 (099) under Request for Qualifications (RFQ) #10490; update the Rate Schedule effective January 1, 2022; increase the not to exceed amount by $49,594 for a total amount not to exceed $745,975; and to extend the expiration date two (2) additional years through December 31, 2023, for a revised term from March 10, 2015 to December 31, 2023; and b. Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to execute Amendment No. 4 to Professional Services Agreement No. A-12658 and future amendments to the Agreement to extend the term beyond the original term authorized in RFQ #10490 where the amendments do not significantly alter the scope of work or increase the approved Agreement amount.   None None