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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/16/2021 9:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
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CS 21-057 1.BoS 11-16-2021 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: Irma Ramirez-Bough and Kim Moore Employee Organization(s): Units F, H and J c. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957(b)(1), the Board will provide a performance evaluation for the Natividad Medical Center Chief Executive Officer. d. Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(d)(1), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding existing litigation: (1) Landwatch Monterey County, et al. v. County of Monterey, et al. (Monterey County Superior Court Case No. M109434) (2) County of Monterey, et al. v. Amerisourcebe   None None
CR 21-145 2.Ceremonial Resolution - San Antonio School DistrictCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution recognizing San Antonio School District for being accepted into the National Network of Innovative School Districts. (Supervisor Lopez)   None None
CR 21-146 3. Ceremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution to congratulate Annalisa Mitchell on being chosen the recipient of the 2021 Bahá’í Human Rights Award. (Supervisor Askew)   None None
CR 21-149 4.Ceremonial Resolution - Diana AlcarezCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a Resolution Commending Diana Cruz Alcarez upon her retirement after 32 ½ years of service with the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office. (Supervisor Alejo)   None None
APP 21-205 5.RCRC, GSCA, and GSFA Bd ApptsAppointmentConsider the appointment of delegates and alternates to the Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC), Golden State Finance Authority (GSFA), and Golden State Connect Authority (GSCA) Board of Directors.   None None
APP 21-203 6.Appointment- AlvarezAppointmentAppoint Cory Alvarez to the Community Restorative Justice Commission, with a term ending date of November 16, 2024. (Nominated by Community Restorative Justice Commission)   None None
21-1010 7. General Agenda ItemSee Supplemental Sheet   None None
OBM 21-108 8.General Public Comment - 11-16-21Other Board MattersGeneral Public Comments   None None
21-961 9.Santa Cruz County Master Permit for Environmental Enhancement ProjectsGeneral Agenda Itema. Receive a presentation on Santa Cruz County Master Permit for Environmental Enhancement Projects; b. Discuss and provide direction regarding the development of a coordinated environmental enhancement project permit streamlining program for Monterey County.   None None
21-996 10.Adjustment of Annual Salary of Board of Supervisors 2021General Agenda ItemReceive the notice of adjustment of the annual salary of the members of the Board of Supervisors, in accordance with Section 2.04.370C of the County of Monterey Code consistent with the superior court judge salary adjustments retroactive to July 1, 2021. The salary adjustment will be implemented November 27, 2021 retroactive to July 1, 2021.   None None
21-971 11.11.16.2021 Lead Me HomeGeneral Agenda Itema. Receive a presentation from Roxanne Wilson, Executive Director of the Coalition of Homeless Services Providers on the “Lead Me Home Plan Update - 5 Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness in Monterey and San Benito Counties”; b. Receive input from State and local elected officials; County department heads from Housing and Community Development, Social Services and Health; and the public; and c. Provide direction to staff as appropriate   None None
A 21-544 12.ITD Quarterly ReportBoS AgreementReceive the progress report from ITD outlined below, in response to Board Referral #2021.08 to facilitate regional governance, strategy, collaboration and partnerships on expanding broadband access and closing the digital divide throughout Monterey County.   None None
21-999 13.REF210007 - Water and Energy Efficiency in Landscaping OrdinanceGeneral Agenda ItemREF210007/WATER AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN LANDSCAPING ORDINANCE (Continued from November 2, 2021). a. Introduce, waive reading, and consider an ordinance to add Chapter 16.63 to the Monterey County Code to establish regulations for water-efficient and energy-efficient landscaping in unincorporated Monterey County; and b. Set December 7, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. as the date and time to adopt the ordinance Location: Countywide Proposed CEQA Action: Consider finding the project categorically exempt pursuant to Section 15307 and 15308 of the CEQA Guidelines.   None None
21-1021 14. General Agenda ItemConsider whether to terminate, modify, or keep in place the facial covering requirement of Ordinance No. 5363.   None None
OBM 21-109 15.CAO Comment and Referrals 9-21-21Other Board MattersCounty Administrative Officer Comments and New Referrals   None None
PAR 21-016 16.Preliinary Analysis FJCiPreliminary Analysis ReportReceive a preliminary analysis report in response to Board Referral No. (#2021.20) requesting the Board of Supervisors seek and direct staff with potential funding and locations suitable for a Monterey County Family Justice Center. Including coordinating and working with the City of Salinas and related service providers who would be a part of the Family Justice Center.   None None
21-1005 17.Board Referral No. 2021.22 to Codify 'No Overnight Parking' on Potrero Rd. in Moss LandingGeneral Agenda Itema. Receive a preliminary analysis report in response to Board Referral No. 2021.22 to codify ‘No Overnight Parking’ on Potrero Road in Moss Landing; b. Direct that the referral be completed as outlined in this preliminary response.   None None
OBM 21-110 18.Board CommentsOther Board MattersBoard Comments   None None
A 21-507 19.The CBORD Group Renewal and Amendment No. 4BoS Agreementa. Authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute renewal and amendment No.4 to the agreement (A-13620) with The CBORD Group, Inc. for food and nutrition software and maintenance services, extending the agreement an additional one (1) year period (retroactive to August 1, 2021 through July 31, 2022) for a revised full agreement term of July 11, 2017 through July 31, 2022, and adding $29,273 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $176,584. b. Authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer for NMC or his designee to execute one (1) future amendment to the agreement which does not significantly alter the scope of work and does not cause an increase of more than ten percent (10%) ($10,977) of the original cost of the agreement.   None None
RES 21-191 20.Add 4.0 FTE Psychiatric Social Worker II and 1.0 FTE Social Work Supervisor IIBoS ResolutionAdopt Resolution to: a. Amend Natividad (Unit 9600) FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget to add 4.0 FTE Psychiatric Social Worker II positions and a 1.0 FTE Social Work Supervisor II position, as indicated in the attached resolution; b. Direct the County Administrative Office to incorporate position changes in the Natividad (Unit 9600) FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget; and c. Direct the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM System.   None None
A 21-525 21.Memorandum of Understanding for the Medical Respite ProgramBoS AgreementAuthorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute funding of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Community Homeless Solutions (“CHS”), a California corporation, for assisting in meeting the direct costs of a Medical Respite Program (“MRP”) for homeless persons in Monterey County, retroactive to July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022, for a total MOU amount not to exceed $115,000.   None None
A 21-536 22.Stericycle Inc. Renewal and Amendment No. 2BoS AgreementAuthorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute renewal and amendment No. 2 to the agreement (A-13152) with Stericycle Inc. for hazardous waste disposal services, extending the agreement an additional ten (10) month period (retroactively from July 1, 2021 through April 31, 2022) for a revised full agreement term of July 1, 2016 through April 31, 2022, and adding $125,000 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $1,205,000.   None None
A 21-527 23.Action Council Amendment No 4BoS AgreementApprove and authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to sign Amendment No. 4 to Agreement A-12969 with Action Council of Monterey County, Inc. for the provision of community educational management and contracting for specialized services, adding $50,000 for a total Agreement amount not to exceed, $425,000 to cover additional services and for the term of the Agreement July 01, 2015 through June 30, 2022.   None None
RES 21-205 24.UFA Amendment No 13BoS Resolutiona. Set a public hearing for December 7, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. to consider approval of Amendment No. 13 to Unified Franchise Agreement A-11631 between the County of Monterey and Waste Management, Inc. dba USA Waste of California dba Carmel Marina Corp., relating to proposed rates for services and adjustments to current rates; and, b. Direct the Clerk of the Board to publish the Notice of Public Hearing in newspapers of general circulation on or before November 26, 2021.   None None
21-945 25.Health Equity Grant AwardGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to accept the Grant Award CERI-21-23-26 in the amount of $617,240 from the California Department of Public Health (“CDPH”) as part of the California Equitable Recovery Initiative (“CERI”); and b. Authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to sign any agreement, amendments or extensions, and documentation required by CDPH after review and approval by the Office of County Counsel.   None None
A 21-526 26.New Horizon I - MHS AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute a three (3) year Mental Health Services Agreement with Benjamin Macasaet DBA New Horizon I Adult Residential Facility in Salinas, CA for the provision of Board and Care Services for Monterey County Adult residents with severe psychiatric disabilities in the amount of $186,150 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22, $186,150 for FY 2022-23, and $186,150 for FY 2023-24, for a maximum County obligation of $558,450 for the retroactive term of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024; and b. Approve non-standard insurance provision in Agreement as recommended by the Director of Health; and c. 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%) ($55,845) of the original Agreement amount and do not significantly alter the scope of services.   None None
A 21-528 27.MCOE Early Childcare and Education Workforce AgreementBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute a Standard Agreement to pay the Monterey County Office of Education an amount not to exceed $800,000 in one-time funding to retain and attract early childcare and education workforce for the period starting upon execution through June 30, 2022; and b. Approve nonstandard insurance provisions in Agreement as recommended by the Director of Health.   None None
A 21-534 28.LexisNexis AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to sign an Agreement with LexisNexis Risk Solutions Bureau LLC and LexisNexis Risk Solutions FL Inc. (“LexisNexis”) incorporating by reference the terms set forth in the Master Service Agreement No. 5-17-70-12 between RELX Inc. and the State of California, Department of General Services to give the Monterey County Public Guardian Office access to the Accurint public records database for term January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022, for a contract amount not to exceed a total of $3,036; and b. Approve recommendation of Director of Health to accept non-standard risk terms (disclaimer of warranties, limitation of liability, indemnification); and c. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to sign one (1) future amendment to this Agreement where the amendment does not significantly change the Agreement.   None None
A 21-537 29.Behavioral Tech LLC AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute a Standard Agreement with Behavioral Tech, LLC for the provision of training and consultation services for a total Agreement not to exceed $234,000 for the term beginning Upon Execution through June 30, 2023; and b. Approve the modified insurance provision in the Agreement, as recommended by the Director of Health; and c. 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%) ($23,400) of the original Agreement amount and do not significantly alter the scope of services.   None None
A 21-538 30.Kelsey Pacha AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute a Standard Agreement with Kelsey Pacha for the provision of training and consultation services for a total Agreement not to exceed $25,000 for the term beginning Upon Execution through June 30, 2023; and b. Approve the modified Indemnification, automobile liability insurance, auto insurance endorsement provision, and Workers’ Compensation in the Agreement, as recommended by the Director of Health; and c. 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%) ($2,500) of the original Agreement amount and do not significantly alter the scope of services.   None None
A 21-540 31.Goodwill CC AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to sign a multi-year Mental Health Services Agreement with Goodwill Central Coast (Goodwill CC) for the provision of employment and supportive services for Proposition 47 clients in Monterey County, retroactive to October 1, 2021, in the amount of $550,000 for Fiscal Years (FYs) 2021-23, for the term of October 1, 2021 through February 28, 2023; 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%) ($55,000) of the original Agreement amount and do not significantly alter the scope of services.   None None
A 21-532 32.Central Coast Center for Independent LivingBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign Amendment No. 1 to Agreement A-15319 with Central Coast Center for Independent Living to provide program housing search, placement support, and rental subsidies for participants of the Housing and Disability Advocacy Program, extending the term through June 30, 2023 and adding $1,067,281 for a revised total contract amount of $1,252,323; and b. Authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign up to three (3) amendments to this agreement where the total amendments do not exceed 10% ($125,232) of the contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work.   None None
A 21-539 33.Booth Machinery, LLCBoS AgreementAuthorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to execute the Acknowledgement and Consent to the Assignment and Assumption Agreement between Booth Machinery LLC (Assignor) and Sonsray Machinery (Assignee) for Agreement #5010-194 effective October 1, 2021.   None None
A 21-543 34.United Way Monterey CountyBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign Amendment #1 with United Way Monterey County for the administration of the Monterey County Emergency Rental Assistance Program extending the term through June 30, 2023 and adding $22,434,117 for a new contract total of $50,715,953; and b. Authorize the Director or the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign up to three (3) amendments to this agreement where the total amendments do not exceed 10% ($5,071,595) of the contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work.   None None
RES 21-194 35.Resolution- Increase Appropriations & Revenues- Probation Budget FY21-22BoS ResolutionAdopt Resolution to: a. Increase appropriations and estimated revenues of $776,871 for the FY2021-22 Probation Adopted Budget, Fund 001, Appropriation Unit PRO001 for the implementation of the Juvenile Justice Realignment Block Grant (4/5ths vote required); and b. Authorize and direct the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY2021-22 Probation Adopted Budget by increasing appropriations and estimated revenues by $776,871, Fund 001, Appropriation Unit PRO001, financed by the Juvenile Justice Realignment Block Grant - Senate Bill (SB) 823 for the mandated care, custody and supervision of the realigned youth population (4/5ths vote required).   None None
A 21-524 36.Amend. No.6 to SA - Columbia Ultimate, Inc.BoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Contracts/ Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to sign Amendment No. 6 to Agreement with Columbia Ultimate, Incorporated, a Washington State Corporation in the amount of $23,684, for a total contract amount of $153,508, to provide software maintenance, license renewal and support for the victim restitution program for the term from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2022; and b. Authorize the Contracts/ Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to sign future amendments to the Agreement, where any increased costs do not exceed ten percent (10%) of the cost of Amendment No. 6 and do not significantly change the scope of work.   None None
RES 21-207 37.RMA Services Manager and Housing Program Manager classification study.BoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendix A and B to retitle the RMA Services Manager to Principal Planner, Permit Center Manager and Building Services Manager with the existing salary range as indicated in Attachment A; b. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendix A and B to create the classification of Capital Improvement Manager with the salary range as indicated in Attachment A; c. Amend the Housing and Community Development - Administration Budget Unit 3100-8542 - Fund 001 - Appropriation Unit HCD001 to reallocate and to approve the reclassification of one (1) RMA Services Manager to one (1) Project Manager III as indicated in Attachment A; d. Amend the Housing and Community Development - Community Development Budget Unit 3100-8543 - Fund 001 - Appropriation Unit HCD002 to reallocate four (4) RMA Services Manager positions to two (2) Principal Planner, one (1) Permit Center Manager and one (1) Building Services Manager as indicated in Attachment A; e. Amend the Public Works, Faci   None None
RES 21-204 38. BoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Approve and authorize the Acting Contracts/Purchasing Officer to sign an agreement with Darryl L. Sink & Associates, Inc. for the revision of the Monterey County Contracts Academy and consultation for updating the Purchasing Manual for a not to exceed amount of $198,200; and b. Direct the Auditor- Controller to amend the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget for Contracts/Purchasing 001-CAO002-8047, increasing appropriations by $169,351, financed by General Fund Productivity Investment Program Assignment 001-3125. (4/5th vote)   None None
21-909 39.DSA'sGeneral Agenda Itema. Authorize the Assistant County Administrative Officer and/or the Economic Development Manager to execute an Agreement for FY 2021-22 Development Set-Aside Agencies Standard Agreement for the Monterey County Convention, and Visitors Bureau to develop and implement marketing programs that promote Monterey County as a travel and leisure destination, for the period of one (1) year, for the term retroactive to July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022, in the amount not to exceed $1,716,473; and authorize the Assistant County Administrative Officer, Economic Development Manager, or his/her designee to notify the MCCVB of up to two (2) one (1) year extensions of this agreement, to be effective upon Board approval of funding, until June 30, 2024; and b. Authorize the Assistant County Administrative Officer and/or the Economic Development Manager to execute an Agreement for FY 2021-22 Development Set-Aside Agencies Standard Agreement for the Arts Council for Monterey County to develop and implement cultural arts programs for Monterey County residents and visitors, for the period of one (1) ye   None None
A 21-515 40.Megabyte-JustAppraised Amendment 6 11/2021BoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Assessor-County Clerk/Recorder to sign Amendment Number 6 for an additional Megabyte - JustAppraised Applications Programming Interface (API) module at a cost not to exceed $25,000 for FY 2021-22 and not to exceed a future annual maintenance cost of $5,000; for a total cost of $30,000; and b. Accept non-standard indemnification provisions requested by the vendor as recommended by the Assessor-County Clerk/Recorder.   None None
21-923 41.11.16.2021 Mission LinenGeneral Agenda ItemApprove Property Tax Transfer for the proposed “Mission Linen Reorganization” involving annexation of 2.99 acres to the City of Pacific Grove and detachment from the Monterey County Resource Conservation District.   None None
A 21-541 42.MCFL - PSA ByWater ILSBoS Agreementa. Approve and Authorize the Library Director or his/or her Designee, to sign a Professional Services Agreement (PSA) with ByWater Solutions, for library automation software and hosting services, in the amount not to exceed $175,000, for the period of five years beginning March 21, 2022 through March 21, 2027; b. Authorize the Library Director or his/or her Designee, to execute up to one future Amendment to this agreement that does not significantly change the scope of work and does not cause an increase of more than 10% of the original contract amount.   None None
RES 21-193 43.CERTNA Client County MOU 11/2021BoS ResolutionAdopt a resolution to: a. Approve and Authorize the County of Monterey, by and through the County Recorder, to withdraw as a Board Member County from the California Electronic Recording Transaction Network Authority (CERTNA), a Joint Powers Authority (JPA), effective July 1, 2022; and b. Approve and Authorize the County of Monterey, by and the through the County Recorder, enter into a CERTNA Client Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The term of this agreement shall run for an indefinite period with the ability to terminate upon 30 days notice, following the procedures indicated in Article VI.A of the MOU, estimated, but not limited to, the amount of $90,000, effective July 1, 2022.   None None
21-947 44.Approve Concession Lease Agreements with Zako HK, Inc. for Jo's Cafe and Schilling Place CafeGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and authorize the Acting Contracts/Purchasing Officer to execute a three (3) year Concession Lease Agreement, effective December 1, 2021 with Zako HK, Inc. for cafeteria space located at 142 West Alisal Street, Salinas, California (commonly known as Jo’s Café) for a minimum base rent of $8,000 per year, plus a three percent (3%) commission fee based on gross monthly sales revenue over $10,000, and a $500 flat fee for each outside catering event. b. Approve and authorize the Acting Contracts/Purchasing Officer to execute a three (3) year Concession Lease Agreement, effective December 1, 2021 with Zako HK, Inc. for cafeteria space located at 1441 Schilling Place, Salinas, California (commonly known as Schilling Place Café) for a minimum base rent of $8,000 per year, plus a three percent (3%) commission fee based on gross monthly sales revenue over $16,000, and a $500 flat fee for each outside catering event.   None None
MIN 21-083 45.Approve the Monterey County Board of Supervisors Draft Action Meeting MinutesMinutesApprove the Monterey County Board of Supervisors Draft Action Meeting Minutes for the following meeting dates: Tuesday, April, 6, 2021, Wednesday, April 7, 2021, Tuesday, April 20, 2021, Tuesday, April 27, 2021, Tuesday May 4, 2021, Tuesday, May 11, 2021, Tuesday, May 18, 2021, Tuesday, May 25, 2021, Wednesday, June 2, 2021 and Thursday, June 3, 2021, Tuesday, June 15, 2021, Tuesday, June 22, 2021, Tuesday, July 13, 2021, Tuesday, July 20, 2021, Tuesday, July 27, 2021, Friday, July 30, 2021, Tuesday, August 24, 2021, Tuesday, August 31, 2021, Wednesday, September 8, 2021, September 14, 2021, Tuesday, September 21, 2021, Tuesday, September 28, 2021, Thursday, October 7, 2021, Tuesday, October 26, 2021, and Tuesday, November 2, 2021.   None None
RES 21-199 46.Adopt Resolution to Amend Master Fee ResolutionBoS Resolutiona. Approve and Adopt a Resolution amending Article VIII of the Master Fee Resolution, to authorize removal of overdue library fines, and adjust fees pursuant to the attached Fee Schedule relating to services provided by the Monterey County Free Libraries, effective January 1, 2022. b.Approve the Library Director or her/his Designee in forgiving all outstanding overdue fines. The outstanding fines that are being requested to be forgiven is in the amount of $155,953.20.   None None
RES 21-198 47.Adopt Reso - Trsf $125k from Cannabis AssignmtBoS Resolutiona. Approve and Adopt a Resolution authorizing the release of the cannabis assignment of $125,000 representing additional financing to leverage a State grant to purchase a Library Book mobile. The release of this funds was formerly approved by the Board of Supervisors for fiscal year 20-21, however, it is intended and appropriated in the Library Budget for fiscal year 21-22. b. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY 21-22 Adopted budget for the CAO to increase the appropriation by $125,000 (001-CAO017-1050-8038), funded by the release of cannabis assignment (001-3132). 4/5th vote required. c. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to transfer $125,000 in FY 2021-22 from CAO (001-CA017-1050-8038) to the Library Fund (003-LIB001-6110-8141).4/5th vote required.   None None
21-982 48.TTC AuctionBoS Resolutiona. Authorize the Treasurer-Tax Collector to sell 47 specified tax defaulted properties as set forth in Attachment A-Monterey County Auction Listing at public auction via the internet in accordance with Revenue and Taxation Code Section 3691 et. seq. or as a sealed bid sale pursuant to Chapter 7, Part 6, Division 1 of the Revenue and Taxation Code for at least the minimum bid. b. Authorize the Treasurer-Tax Collector to reoffer any unsold properties at a reduced minimum bid at the conclusion of the sale or within a 90-day period.   None None
A 21-542 49.EverBridge Amendment #6BoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of the Emergency Communications Department to sign Amendment #6 to the agreement with Everbridge, Inc. for mass notification software, adding $88,850 for a revised contract total of $780,368, and extending the term of the agreement for one year, retroactive to October 8, 2021, for a revised term of October 8, 2013 through October 7, 2022; and b. Authorize the Director of the Emergency Communications Department to sign up to three additional amendments to this agreement where the amendments do not exceed 10% ($78,036) of the current contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work.   None None
RES 21-203 50.Board resolution increase appropriations EOCBoS ResolutionAuthorize the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget to increase appropriations by $435,000 for the County Administrative Office (CAO), Fund 001, Appropriation Unit CAO005, Budget Unit 8541, in support of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and ongoing COVID-19 operations throughout the County, funded by release of cannabis assignment (001-3132) (4/5ths vote).   None None
21-941 51.2022 Williamson Act Contracts (Set a public hearing)General Agenda Itema. Set a public hearing for December 7, 2021 to consider six (6) 2022 Williamson Act Applications to Create a Farmland Security Zone (“FSZ”) and Contract (REF210027): 1. FSZ Application No. 2022-01 - Yellow Juliet II, LLC; Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN) 145-011-064 2. FSZ Application No. 2022-02 - KVL Holdings, Inc.; APNs 183-021-016 and 183-021-033 3. FSZ Application No. 2022-03 - Nixon Farms, LLC; APNs 107-031-007 and 107-031-008 4. FSZ Application No. 2022-04 - Fanoe-Johnson Ranch Trust U/D/T dated February 9, 2021, Jane Fanoe Limited Partnership dated December 29, 1999, Trust B of James D. Fanoe, Jr. Family Trust U/A dated June 24, 1985, APNs 107-031-017 and 107-031-024 5. FSZ Application No. 2022-05 - 1992 Beverly Silliman Revocable Trust U/D/T dated May 8, 1992, Claudia M. Kelley Revocable Trust Executed October 15, 2012, Gary A. Marsh Living Trust, dated November 29, 2012; APNs 177-081-017 and 207-121-009 6. FSZ Application No. 2022-06 - Linda S. De Santiago Living Trust dated December 21, 1998; APNs 165-101-006 and 165-101-008 b. Direct the Clerk of the Board of Supe   None None
21-992 52.Approve Right-of-Entry and Indemnification Agreement with Pajaro Sunny Mesa Community Services for Access and use of Warehouse Space at 24 San Juan RoadGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve the Right of Entry and Indemnification Agreement (Agreement) between the County and the Pajaro Sunny Mesa Community Services District (PSMCSD) for access and use of warehouse space located at 24 San Juan Road, in the unincorporated community of Pajaro, California; and b. Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to execute the the Right of Entry and Indemnification Agreement (Agreement), and any future amendments under similar terms, conditions, and format if deemed by the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to be in the best interest of the County, subject to review and approval by the Office of the County Counsel-Risk Management.   None None
21-940 53.Authorize/direct Public Works, Facilities, & Parks to negotiate an amendment to existing agreement with Urban Park Concessionaires for management of Lake Nacimiento Resort operations incorporating provisions for concessionaire-owned/managed boat rental flGeneral Agenda ItemAuthorize and direct Public Works, Facilities, & Parks to negotiate an amendment to the existing management agreement with Urban Park Concessionaires for management of Lake Nacimiento Resort operations incorporating provisions for a concessionaire-owned and managed boat rental fleet.   None None
A 21-531 54.Approve A1 to SA's for On-Call Equiptment AgreementsBoS Agreementa. Approve Amendment No. 1 to Standard Agreement with Granite Construction Company to continue to provide fully operated, fueled and maintained construction equipment to work sites on an on-call basis to: update the rate schedule; increase the not to exceed amount of $100,000 by $200,000 for a total amount not to exceed $300,000; and extend the expiration date for one (1) additional year through December 31, 2022, for a revised term from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022; and b. Approve Amendment No. 1 to Standard Agreement with The Don Chapin Company, Inc. to continue to provide fully operated, fueled and maintained construction equipment to work sites on an on-call basis to: update the rates; increase the not to exceed amount of $100,000 by $200,000 for a total amount not to exceed $300,000; and extend the expiration date for one (1) additional year through December 31, 2022, for a revised term from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022; and c. Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to execute Amendment No. 1 to each Agreement and futur   None None
RES 21-197 55.CSA 66 Budget AppropriationBoS ResolutionAdopt a resolution authorizing and directing the Auditor-Controller to amend the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 Adopted Budget for County Service Area 66-Las Lomas/Monterra Ranch (also known as Oak Tree Views), Fund 087, Appropriation Unit PFP041, increasing appropriations in the amount of $11,000, to fund necessary open space maintenance, where Fund 087 unassigned fund balance is the financing source (4/5th vote required).   None None
A 21-533 56.Adopt Plans & Specs for River Rd Emergency Repair @ Fairview Proj 7210BoS Agreementa. Adopt Plans and Special Provisions for the River Road Emergency Repair at Fairview Road, Project No. 7210 (Project); b. Authorize the Director of Public Works, Facilities & Parks to advertise the “Notice to Bidders” in the Monterey County Weekly; c. Ratify and accept the donation as reflected in the Agreement for Purchase of Real Property for a Permanent Drainage Easement and a Temporary Construction Easement between County of Monterey and John M. Peterson Jr. and Lynn P. Peterson, Trustees of The Peterson Revocable Trust dated July 1, 2010 (APN 216-021-005) for the construction of River Road Emergency Repair at Fairview Road project, Project No.7210; d. Ratify and accept the donation as reflected in the Agreement for Purchase of Real Property for a Permanent Drainage Easement and a Temporary Construction Easement between County of Monterey and Edward Silva Jr. and Evelyn Silva, Trustees of The Silva Family Living Trust dated February 9, 1996 (APN 216-023-013) for right-of-way for the construction of River Road Emergency Repair at Fairview Road project, Project No.7210;    None None
A 21-545 57.Blackie Road Extension Funding AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve the Funding Agreement with the Transportation Agency for Monterey County for the Blackie Road Extension Project; b. Authorize the Director of Public Works, Facilities & Parks to execute the Funding Agreement; and c. Add the Blackie Road Extension Project to the PWFP FY 2021/22 Annual Work Program for Road Fund   None None