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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final-Revised
Meeting date/time: 1/11/2022 9:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
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CS 22-001 1.BoS 01-11-2022 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) Zhang v. County of Monterey, et al., U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, Case No. 17-cv-00007-LHK (2) Pajaro/Watsonville Homeless Union, et al., U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, Case No. 21-cv-08899-SVK (3) Keweah Delta Health Care District, et al. v. Azar, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Case No. 2:20-cv-06564-CMB (4) Richard Jensen vs. County of Monterey, et al., Monterey County Superior Court Case No. 19CV003191 b. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957(a), the Board will confer with County Counsel regarding two 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. c. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957.6, the Board will provide direction to negotiators: (1) Designated represent   None None
OBM 22-004 2.Swearing in CeremonyOther Board MattersA motion was made by Supervisor Wendy Root Askew, seconded by John M. Phillips to: Nominate Supervisor Mary L. Adams as Chair and Supervisor Luis A. Alejo as Vice Chair of the Monterey County Board of Supervisors to serve as 2022 Chair and Vice Chair. Roll call vote taken pursuant to Government Code 54953: Supervisor Alejo: AYE Supervisor Phillips: AYE Supervisor Lopez: AYE Supervisor Adams: AYE Chair Supervisor Root Askew: AYE Presentation of plaque to outgoing Chair Wendy Root Askew. a. Comments by outgoing Chair b. Comments by incoming Chair c. Comments by other Supervisors   None None
CR 21-144 3.Ceremonial Resolution - Daniel SummerhillCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution honoring Daniel B. Summerhill as the first recipient of the Monterey County Poet Laureate by the Arts Council for Monterey County. (Supervisor Lopez)   None None
CR 22-002 4.Ceremonial Resolution - ITNMonterey CountyCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution to congratulate ITNMonterey County on providing 10 years of services to our Monterey County senior community.(Supervisor Askew)   None None
CR 22-003 5.Ceremonial Resolution - City of GreenfieldCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution recognizing the City of Greenfield on its 75th birthday celebration (Supervisor Lopez)   None None
CR 22-004 r6.Ceremonial Resolution - Wendy StrimlingCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution commending Assistant County Counsel Wendy S. Strimling upon her retirement from 26 years of dedicated public service to the County of Monterey. (Supervisor Askew)   None None
APP 22-008 7.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - Amparo FigueroaAppointmentReappoint Amparo Figueroa to the San Lucas Cemetery District, with a term ending date of November 30, 2024. (Nominated by the San Lucas Cemetery District Supervisor Chris Lopez - District 3 CORRECTED VIA ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS)   None None
APP 22-009 8.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - CJ MillerAppointmentAppoint CJ Miller to the Pajaro Sunny Mesa Board of Directors, with a tem ending date of November 30, 2025. (Nominated by the Pajaro Sunny Mesa Board of Directors)   None None
APP 22-010 9.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - Cristal SanchezAppointmentReappoint Cristal Sanchez to the Commission on the Status of Women, with a term ending date of February 1, 2023. (Nominated by the Commission on the Status of Women)   None None
APP 22-011 10.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - David NicolsonAppointmentReappoint David Nicolson to the South Monterey County Fire Protection District, with a term ending date of December 31, 2025. (Nominated by the South Monterey County Fire Protection District)   None None
APP 22-012 11.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - Don OlsenAppointmentAppoint Don Olsen to the Pajaro Sunny Mesa Board of Directors, with a term ending date of November 30, 2025. (Nominated by the Pajaro Sunny Mesa Board of Directors)   None None
APP 22-013 12.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - Francine GoodwinAppointmentReappoint Francine Goodwin to the Housing Authority of Monterey County, with a term ending date of January 9, 2024.(Nominated by the Housing Authority of Monterey County)   None None
APP 22-014 13.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - Jon ConatserAppointmentReappoint Jon Conatser to the South Monterey County Fire Protection District, with a term ending date of December 31, 2025. (Nominated by the South Monterey County Fire Protection District Supervisor Chris Lopez - District 3 CORRECTED VIA ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS)   None None
APP 22-015 14.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - Nita ThomasAppointmentReappoint Nita Thomas to the South Monterey County Fire Protection District, with a term ending date of December 31, 2025. (Nominated by the South Monterey County Fire Protection District Supervisor Chris Lopez - District 3 CORRECTED VIA ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS)   None None
APP 22-016 15.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - Richard GarzaAppointmentReappoint Richard Garza to the Military & Verans Advisory Commission, with a term ending date of January 1, 2025. (Nominated by Military & Verans Advisory Commission)   None None
APP 22-017 16.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - Sandy CoplinAppointmentReappoint Sandy Coplin to the Pajaro Sunny Mesa Board of Directors, with a term ending date of November 30, 2025. (Nomintated by the Pajaro Sunny Mesa Board of Directors)   None None
APP 22-018 17.Notification to Clerk of Appointment - Teri ShortAppointmentReappoint Teri Short to the East Garrison CSD Advisory Committee, for a term ending date of January 31, 2025. (Nominated by the East Garrison CSD Advisory Committee)   None None
22-044 18. General Agenda ItemSee Supplemental Sheet   None None
22-045 19. General Agenda ItemGeneral Public Comments   None None
22-006 23.BoS Multi Agency Staff AB 361General Agenda ItemConsider finding, pursuant to AB 361 and in order for the Board of Supervisors of the County of Monterey and the Monterey County Water Resources Agency, and the Boards of Directors of the East Garrison Community Services District and Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency to continue meeting remotely, that the COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency declared by Governor Newsom is still in effect; the Board of Supervisors has reconsidered the circumstances of the state of emergency; and the Monterey County Health Officer continues to recommend social distancing measures for meetings of the legislative bodies.   None None
22-012 21.Adjustment of Salary of BOS members 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 of 0.5562% retroactive to July 1, 2021. The salary adjustments will be implemented January 29, 2022 retroactive to July 1, 2021.   None None
22-016 22.Banning Tobacco Products PresentationGeneral Agenda ItemReceive a presentation from the Monterey County Health Department, Tobacco Control Program on the dangers of electronic smoking devices and flavored tobacco products and provide direction regarding amending the Monterey County Tobacco Retail Ordinance to address the ban of electronic cigarettes and flavored tobacco products. (Board Referral: 2020:03)   None None
22-025 24.January 11, 2022 LC scheduled itemGeneral Agenda ItemConsider recommendations from the Legislative Committee to: a. Adopt the 2021-2022 Legislative Program Update; b. Approve 2022 sponsor legislation and State Budget requests; c. Adopt the 2022 Strategic Grant Services Program; d. Receive an annual report from Ballard Spahr LLP, the County’s federal legislative advocate; e. Receive an annual report from Nossaman LLP, the County’s state legislative advocate; and f. Receive an annual report from Nossaman LLP, the County’s grant consultant.   None None
22-047 25. General Agenda ItemNew Referrals   None None
OBM 22-002 26. Other Board MattersCounty Administrative Officer Comments   None None
22-053 27.Interim Appts and Ad HocsGeneral Agenda Itema. Consider continuing the calendar year 2021 assignments of members of the Board of Supervisors and County staff to serve on boards, committees, and commissions into calendar year 2022 until such time as the Board makes changes to those assignments as described in this report; and, b. Consider approving reconstitution of certain Board Ad Hoc Committees with termination criteria.   None None
22-054 28.Appointments/Policy Discussion on AppointmentsGeneral Agenda Itema. Receive a report and discuss options for the creation of a Board Policy governing the annual appointment of Board Members to serve on Board Standing and Ad Hoc Committees, and other agency boards, committees and commissions; and, b. Provide direction to return at the February 8, 2022 Board meeting for further discussion or action, and approval of appointments for calendar year 2022.   None None
PAR 22-001 29.Ref. 2021.27 Preliminary Analysis Response - Class & Comp ProcessPreliminary Analysis ReportReceive a preliminary analysis report in response to Board Referral No. 2021.27 seeking information regarding the Classification and Compensation study process.   None None
PAR 22-002 30.Preliminary Response to rf 2021.28Preliminary Analysis ReportReceive a preliminary analysis report in response to Board Referral No. 2021.28 Water Storage and Infrastructure Maintenance State Budget Request.   None None
PAR 22-003 31.Referral 2021.29 Big Sur Roadside Camping ProhibitionPreliminary Analysis ReportReceive a preliminary analysis report in response to Board Referral No. 2021.29 seeking increased fines for the Big Sur Roadside Camping Prohibition.   None None
PAR 22-004 32.Board Ref 2021.25 EG Street RenamingPreliminary Analysis ReportReceive a preliminary analysis report in response to Board Referral No. 2021.25 seeking East Garrison street renaming.   None None
PAR 22-005 33.Preliminary Analysis Report Response to No. 2021.31Preliminary Analysis ReportReceive a preliminary analysis report in response to Board Referral No. 2021.31 seeking to reorganize and consolidate the Housing Authority of the County of Monterey and its subsidiary, the Housing Development Corporation, under one Executive Director, and have the Monterey County Board of Supervisors serve at its new governing board to oversee its operations and implement needed reforms.   None None
PAR 22-006 33.1Prelim Resp. to Referral 2021.30Preliminary Analysis ReportReceive a preliminary analysis report in response to Board Referral No. 2021.30, which directs the Health Department to partner with the K through 12 school system to increase the rate of vaccination among residents aged 5 to 11 years in communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19.(ADDED VIA ADENDA)   None None
OBM 22-001 34. Other Board MattersBoard Comments   None None
A 21-575 35.Muralidhara R. Raju, M.D. Fourth AmendmentBoS Agreementa. Ratify the execution by the Interim Chief Executive Office for Natividad or his designee of the Fourth Amendment to the Professional and Call Coverage Services Agreement (A-13055) with Muralidhara R. Raju, M.D. to provide neurosurgery services, extending the term by twelve months (January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022) for a revised full term of March 1, 2016 to December 31, 2022, but without adding funds to the aggregate not to exceed amount; and b. Authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer for Natividad to sign up to three (3) future amendments to this agreement where the total amendments do not significantly change the scope of work and do not cause an increase of more than ten percent 10% ($30,000) of the original contract amount per each amendment.   None None
RES 21-212 36.Reclass Nursing Assistant to Buyer IIBoS ResolutionAdopt Resolution to: a. Amend Natividad (Unit 9600) FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget to approve reallocation/reclassification of a Nursing Assistant to a Buyer II as indicated in Attachment A; b. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to incorporate the approved changes in the Natividad (Unit 9600) FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget; c. Direct the County Administrative Office to incorporate the approved position changes in the Natividad (Unit 9600) FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget; and d. Direct the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM System.   None None
RES 21-213 37.Salary Adj for Dietitian and Supervising DietitianBoS ResolutionAdopt Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution No. 98-394 and Appendices A and B to adjust the salary ranges for the classifications of Dietitian and Supervising Dietitian, as indicated in the attached resolution; and b. Direct the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM System.   None None
A 21-598 38.UCSF Pediatric Cardiology Third AmendmentBoS Agreementa. Ratify the execution by the Interim Chief Executive Office for Natividad or his designee of the Third Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement (A-14492) with The Regents of the University of California, a public corporation, on behalf of the University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics (UCSF) to provide pediatric cardiology services extending the term by twenty-four months (January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2023) for a revised full agreement term of January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2023, without adding funds to the aggregate not to exceed amount; and b. Authorize the Interim Chief Executive Office for Natividad to sign up to three (3) future amendments to this agreement where the total amendments do not significantly change the scope of work and do not cause an increase of more than ten percent 10% ($10,000) of the original contract amount.   None None
A 22-004 39.Employnet, Inc. Amendment No. 1BoS Agreementa. Authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute amendment No. 1 to the agreement with Employnet, Inc. for temporary employment services, extending the agreement an additional three (3) month period (September 26, 2022 through December 26, 2022) for a revised full agreement term of September 27, 2021 through December 26, 2022, and adding $150,000 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $250,000. b. Authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer for NMC or his designee to execute up to three (3) future amendments to the agreement which do not significantly alter the scope of work and do not cause an increase of more than ten percent (10%) ($10,000) of the original cost of the agreement.   None None
A 21-597 40.Syracuse University AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve the receipt of Psychiatric Advance Directives Multi County Collaborative Innovation Plan grant by the Monterey County Health Department, Behavioral Health Bureau, from the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, in the amount of $1,978,237 for a period of four (4) years effective the date funds are first spent or services provided; and b. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute a non-standard Professional Services Agreement with Syracuse University, on behalf of its Burton Blatt Institute, for the provision of program management and consultation services for a total Agreement not to exceed $498,828 for the term beginning Upon Execution through June 30, 2025 as recommended by the Director of Health.   None None
A 21-601 41.EMS/American Heart Association AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health, Assistant Director of Health, or the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Agency Director to execute a Third Party Organizer Super User Agreement with the American Heart Association (AHA) to furnish access to the Stroke and Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) modules of the Get With The Guidelines® (GWTG) Program via a Super User Account that permits access to a Limited Data Set from participating hospitals for a period of five years in the amount of $10,769 per year; and b. Approve nonstandard indemnification provisions as recommended by the Director of Health; and c. Authorize the Director of Health, the Assistant Director of Health, or the Emergency Medical Services Director, to sign up to three (3) future amendments to this Agreement where each amendment does not exceed ten percent (10%) ($1,076.90) of the original amount and does not significantly change the scope of work.   None None
RES 22-002 42.Unit U Extending BenefitsBoS Resolutiona. Approve the terms of the December 7, 2021 Board-approved “Employment Agreement (Health Department Physician)” (“Agreement”) for use with employment agreements with existing Health Department Unit U physicians; and b. Approve extending benefits in the Agreement template to existing Unit U physicians; and c. Authorize the Director of Health, or Assistant Director of Health to execute amendments effective January 1, 2022, to apply the terms of the Agreement template, including benefits as applicable, so long as the salary is within the approved salary range for the position, and costs of salary and benefits as applicable are within Health Department’s approved fiscal year budget. fiscal year budget.   None None
A 22-006 43.Odd Fellow Amendment No 2BoS AgreementApprove and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute Amendment No. 2 to Mental Health Services Agreement A-14726 with Odd Fellow - Rebekah Children’s Home of California, Inc., retroactively to August 25, 2021, to terminate the Hospital Diversion program and revise the total Agreement amount from $3,780,294 to $2,902,895 for the same term of July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2023.   None None
A 22-012 44.EOA Agreement Amendment No. 11BoS Agreementa. Approve Amendment No. 11 to the Agreement between the County of Monterey and American Medical Response West for the provision of Advanced Life and Basic Life Support Ambulance Services for the County of Monterey (Agreement No. A-110610) to extend the Agreement term to June 30, 2025, implement an ambulance service rate adjustment of 29.6%, replace Exhibit B (Monterey County Ambulance Rate Table) to said Agreement, and to make other substantive amendments to various sections of the Agreement, b. Authorize the Director of Health, the Assistant Director of Health, or the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Director to execute Amendment No. 11 to the Agreement between the County of Monterey and American Medical Response West for the provision of Advanced Life and Basic Life Support Ambulance Services for the County of Monterey.   None None
A 21-599 45.Chmura Economics & AnalyticsBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign Amendment No. 1 with Chmura Economics & Analytics for a subscription license to utilize workforce and economic management tools by extending the term through January 31, 2025 and adding $58,806 for a new contract total of $77,837; 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 exceed 10% ($7,783) of the contract amount or significantly change the scope of work.   None None
A 21-600 46.Assignment and Assumption of Service AgreementBoS AgreementAuthorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to execute the Acknowledgement and Consent to the Assignment and Assumption Agreement between the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (Assignor) and Evident Change (Assignee) for Agreement #5010-78 retroactive to December 1, 2020.   None None
22-022 47.Project Homekey Support Letter for the City of KingGeneral Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign a letter of support to the City of King for Project Homekey in the amount of $350,000.00 from Monterey County’s future HHAP-3 allocation.   None None
A 22-010 48.Orphan ProductionsBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign amendment #1 to the agreement with Orphan Productions for management and operation of the Safe Parking and Supportive Services Program to increase on-site security up to the full 12 hours and adding $71,640 for a new contract total of $211,270; and b. Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Social Services to sign up to (3) amendments to the agreement where the total amendments do not exceed 10% ($21,127) of the total contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work.   None None
RES 22-008 49.Add 21 Medi-Cal positions for Social ServicesBoS Resolutiona. Adopt a resolution to amend the Department of Social Services Budget Unit 001-5010-8262-SOC005 to add 21 Medi-Cal positions: fourteen (14) Eligibility Specialist II, four (4) Eligibility Specialist III, two (2) Eligibility Supervisors, and one (1) Management Analyst III; and b. Authorize and direct the County Administrative Office and the Auditor-Controller’s Office to incorporate the changes in the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget Unit 001-5010-SOC005-8262 to reflect the change in position counts; and c. Approve an increase in appropriations and estimated revenues of $1,038,118 for the Social Services Budget Unit 001-5010-SOC005-8262 FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget (4/5ths vote required); and d. Authorize and direct the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget by increasing appropriations and estimated revenues by $1,038,118 in the Social Services Budget Unit 001-5010-SOC005-8262 (4/5ths vote required).   None None
RES 22-009 50.Appropriations Increase for Project RoomkeyBoS Resolutiona. Adopt a resolution to increase appropriations and estimated revenues of $1,796,632 for the Social Services Community Programs Budget Unit 001-5010-SOC004-8258 FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget to partner with City of Salinas to provide non-congregate shelter, wraparound services, and rapid re-housing to homeless individuals (4/5ths vote required); and b. Authorize and direct the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget by increasing appropriations and estimated revenues by $1,796,632 in the Social Services Community Programs Budget Unit 001-5010-SOC004-8258 (4/5ths vote required).   None None
A 21-595 51.Amend.2 to Agreement-Calif. Dept. of Corrections & Rehabilitation FY2020-23BoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts Purchasing Supervisor to sign Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement between the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the County of Monterey Probation Department to increase the allocation of State funding to the County in the amount of $80,000 for a total amount of $1,013,450, for the term September 1, 2020 to June 30, 2023 to continue to provide services to adult parolees participating in the Day Reporting Center operated by GEO Reentry Services, LLC; and b. Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts Purchasing Supervisor to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement with the State, and any related documents or amendments.   None None
A 21-596 52.A1 to Agreement A-15534-Orbis Partners, LLC - Caseworks-YASI SoftwareBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/ Purchasing Supervisor to sign Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. A-15534 with Orbis Partners, LLC, to provide read-only licenses, training for six coaches, and additional e-training accounts for Case-Works-YASI Software in the amount of $24,000, for a revised total agreement amount of $93,223, and extend the agreement an additional four (4) months (September 20, 2024 through January 31, 2025) for a revised full agreement term of September 20, 2021 through January 31, 2025; 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 original contract amount ($6,922) and do not significantly change the scope of work.   None None
22-015 53.ADO FY 2021-22 (Feb. - June) PSA - M. ReedGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to execute a Professional Services Agreement with Michael Reed for legal representation in indigent juvenile criminal cases in the maximum amount of $34,219 through the Alternate Defenders Office, for the term February 1, 2022 through June 30, 2022;   None None
RES 22-007 54.MAT ResolutionBoS Resolutiona. Authorize and direct the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY 2021-22 Sheriff-Coroner's Adopted Budget to increase appropriations and revenues by $70,000 in 001-SHE003-2300-8238 for Medication Assisted Treatment (4/5ths vote required).   None None
22-028 55.MAT MOUGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and Authorize the Monterey County Sheriff or his designee to sign a Memorandum of Understanding, February 1, 2022 thru August 31, 2022, and all related documentation on behalf of the County for the Medication Assisted Treatment Expansion Project 2.0 with the Health Management Associates, Inc., to receive grant funds in the amount of $70,000.   None None
22-029 56.Cole Pro Media AgreementGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or the Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to sign amendment #1 by and between Cole Pro Media, LLC for on-camera media training, crisis management, etc., adding two (2) years and $60,000 to the existing agreement, for a total not to exceed amount of $150,000 and term ending date of January 14, 2024; and b. Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing officer or the Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to sign two (2) additional one (1) year amendments which do not significantly change the scope of work and where each amendment does not exceed the contracted total plus 10 percent.   None None
22-032 57.Uretsky AgreementGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to sign Amendment #3 to Agreement with Uretsky Security, extending the agreement one (1) year adding $273,000 for a total not to exceed amount of $608,000 and a new term ending date of September 22,2023.   None None
21-946 58. General Agenda Itema. Approve and authorize Contracts/Purchasing to sign a renewal and retroactive Agreement with Municode, LLC (Municode, LLC) previously doing business as Municipal Code Corporation for a term of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2025 in an amount not to exceed $50,000 ($12,500 per calendar year), to provide Codification of Monterey County Ordinances in the Monterey County Code; and, b. Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute up to three (3) future annual extensions of this Agreement where each extension does not exceed $50,000 and is without significant changes to the scope of work.   None None
ORD 22-001 59.Adopt an ordinance repealing Ord. No. 766OrdinanceAdopt an ordinance repealing Ordinance No. 766 relating to County holidays.   None None
RES 22-001 60.ITD Class & Base Wage Comp StudyBoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendix A and B to retitle the classifications of Director of Information Technology to Chief Information Officer, Chief Security and Privacy Officer to Chief Security Officer, Systems Programmer Analyst I-III to Information Technology Systems Analyst I-III, Network Systems Engineer I-III to Network Services Engineer I-III, Security Analyst I-III to Information Technology Security Engineer I-III, Software Programmer Analyst I-III to Software Engineer I-III, and IT Project Management Analyst I-III to Information Technology Project Manager I-III with the salary ranges as indicated in Attachment A and change the designated bargaining unit of the Information Technology Project Manager III from Unit J to Unit X; b. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendix A and B to create the classifications of Deputy Chief Information Officer, Information Technology Architect, Vehicle Installation Specialist, and Radio Communications Engineer with the salary ranges as indi   None None
RES 22-003 61.Cook Class & Base Wage Study (BOS)BoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendix A to adjust the base wage salary ranges of the Cook, Senior Cook and Head Cook classifications as indicated in Attachment A; b. Amend the Probation - Youth Center Budget Unit 2550-8164 - Fund 001 - Appropriation Unit PRO001 to reallocate 3.5 FTE Senior Cook positions and approve the reclassification of four (4) Senior Cook incumbents to four (4) Cooks as indicated in Attachment A; c. Direct the County Administrative Office and the Auditor-Controller to incorporate the approved position changes in the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget and the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM system.   None None
RES 22-004 62.Reallocation of Associate EO Analyst to Senior EO Analyst (BOS)BoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Amend Civil Rights Office Budget Unit 8505 - Fund 001 - Appropriation Unit CRO001 to reallocate one (1) Associate Equal Opportunity Analyst to one (1) Senior Equal Opportunity Analyst as indicated in Attachment A; b. Direct the County Administrative Office and the Auditor-Controller to incorporate the approved position changes in the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget.   None None
RES 22-005 63.County Counsel Rellocation Chief Deputy County Counsel to Assistant County Counsel (BOS)BoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Amend County Counsel Budget Unit 8057 - Fund 001 - Appropriation Unit COU001 to reallocate one (1) Chief Deputy County Counsel to one (1) Assistant County Counsel as indicated in Attachment A; b. Direct the County Administrative Office and the Auditor-Controller to incorporate the approved position changes in the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget.   None None
RES 22-006 64.Legal Support Retitle and Base Wage Adjustment (BOS)BoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendix A and B to create the classification of Legal Secretary I, retitle the Legal Secretary to Legal Secretary II and consolidate the Senior Legal Secretary Classification with the Legal Secretary III with the salary ranges as indicated in attachment A; b. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendix A to adjust the salary ranges of the Supervising Legal Secretary, Legal Assistant, Legal Process Clerk and Legal Typist as indicated in attachment A; c. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendix A and B, to abolish the Legal Support Coordinator and Senior Legal Process Clerk classifications; d. Direct the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM system.   None None
22-021 65.Approve MCWDB to Execute Amendment No. 1 with Brennan Workforce Consulting to provide mid-year WIOA Program and Fiscal MonitoringGeneral Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the Executive Director of the Monterey County Workforce Development Board (WDB) to execute Amendment No. 1 to the WDB’s Agreement with Brennan Workforce Consulting (BWC) to provide additional, mid-year WIOA program and fiscal monitoring services to the WDB retroactive to March 1, 2020 for the period from March 1, 2020 through June 30, 2022, for a total amount not to exceed $56,400   None None
22-031 66.November 8, 2021 Legislative Committee draft minutesGeneral Agenda ItemReceive the action minutes from the Legislative Committee meeting on November 8, 2021.   None None
RES 22-012 67.EOC AppropriationsBoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: Authorize the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget for Emergency Operations Center (EOC) 001-1050-CAO005-8541 to increase appropriations by $996,170 financed by Cannabis Tax Assignment (001-3132) in support of the EOC and ongoing COVID-19 operations throughout the County (4/5ths vote required).   None None
RES 22-013 68. BoS ResolutionAdopt a resolution authorizing: The County Administrative Officer, or his designee, to execute a grant agreement with the Department of Cannabis Control through the Local Jurisdiction Assistance Grant Program to receive grant funding in the amount of $1,737,035 to pass-through funds to qualified licensees to assist with transitioning from provisional to annual licensure, conduct environmental review to establish the Growing Equity Together and Retirement, Remediation, and Relocation Programs, conduct a programmatic-level environmental analysis related to outdoor cultivation within a portion of Supervisorial District 5, outsource planning and building permits to specialized consultants, and hire a consultant to manage this grant and assist with the implementation of the equity program.   None None
22-052 69.Adopt a Resolution proclaiming Local Emergency Heavy Flows Salinas RiverGeneral Agenda ItemAdopt a resolution: a. proclaiming a Local Emergency, consistent with the Proclamation of Local Emergency issued by the County Administrative Officer dated December 26, 2021, in accordance with California Government Code section 8630 et seq., due to heavy flows into the Salinas River lagoon causing conditions that could lead to possible loss of life and property in areas near and adjacent the lagoon; and, b. ratifying a Proclamation of Local Emergency issued by the County Administrative Officer dated January 4, 2022, in accordance with California Government Code section 8630 et seq., due to heavy rain and wind events causing damage to public infrastructure and private property within Monterey County including localized flooding, roadway slope erosion and embankment slip-outs, debris flows, landslides, and culvert failure affecting the safety of said roadways; obstruction of public roadways from storm water, storm debris and roadway failure; damage to storm drain infrastructure; and damage to public and private utilities and damage to public facilities and parks; such damages result   None None
RES 22-011 70.OES PositionsBoS ResolutionAdopt a Resolution to: a. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to amend the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Adopted Budget for Office of Emergency Services (OES) 001-1050-CAO005-8056 to allocate two (2) FTE Management Analyst II (14C30), as indicated; b. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to amend the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Adopted Budget for Office of Emergency Services (OES) 001-1050-CAO005-8056 to increase appropriations by $135,983 financed by a decrease in appropriations in General Fund Contingencies 001-1050-CAO020-8034 (4/5ths vote required); and, c. Authorize the Auditor-Controller and County Administrative Office to incorporate the position changes in the FY 2021-22 Adopted Budget and the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM system.   None None
22-014 71.Fire Safe Regulations (REF210021)General Agenda Itema. Receive an update on proposed State Board of Forestry and Fire Protection draft regulations amending State Minimum Fire Safe Regulations; and b. Approve and Authorize the Chair of the Board of Supervisors to sign and transmit a letter to the State Board of Forestry and Fire Protection providing the County’s comments on the draft amendments to the State Minimum Fire Safe Regulations.   None None
A 22-001 72.PSA's On-Call Environmental Planning & Consulting ServicesBoS Agreementa. Approve Professional Services Agreements with the following six (6) consultants: Denise Duffy & Associates, Inc., Dokken Engineering, Inc.; GHD Inc., a California Corporation; LSA Associates, Inc.; Michael Baker International, Inc.; and SWCA, Inc. dba SWCA Environmental Consultants to provide on-call environmental planning and consulting services for various local and federally funded road, bridge, building, facilities, and parks projects located within Monterey County, California under Request for Qualifications (RFQ) #10805, in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 each for a combined total of $6,000,000, for a period of three (3) years beginning February 1, 2022 to January 31, 2025, with the option to extend each Agreement for two (2) additional one (1) year period(s); and b. Approve additional term extensions for each Agreement beyond the anticipated five (5) year term of the RFQ with no increase to the dollar amount or change in the scope of work to allow continuity of services for active projects initiated during the anticipated five (5) year term of each Agreement, subject to    None None
A 22-005 73.Award Contract - 331 North SanbornBoS Agreementa. Award a contract to DMC Commercial Inc. lowest responsible and responsive bidder, for the 331 North Sanborn Road-Alisal Integrated Health Center, Project No. 1701, Bid Package No.10817, in the total amount of $15,015,000; b. Approve the Performance and Payment Bonds executed and provided by DMC Commercial Inc., c. Authorize a contingency, not to exceed ten percent (10%) of the contract amount, or $1,501,500, to provide funding for approved contract change orders for 331 North Sanborn Road-Alisal Integrated Health Center, Project No. 1701, Bid Package No.10817; d. Authorize the Public Works Facilities & Parks (PWFP) 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 ten percent (10%) of the original contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work; e. Authorize the Public Works Facilities & Parks (PWFP) 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 i   None None
A 22-008 74.Approve and authorize Public Works, Facilities, & Parks Director to execute a new Lease Agreement with Monterey County Water Resources Agency for South Shore and North Shore recreation areas at San Antonio Reservoir for public recreational useBoS AgreementApprove and authorize the Director of Public Works, Facilities, & Parks to execute a new Lease Agreement with Monterey County Water Resources Agency for the South Shore and North Shore recreation areas at San Antonio Reservoir for public recreational use for a term of 40 years starting on or about January 11, 2022.   None None