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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/30/2022 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
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CS 22-032 1.BoS 08-30-2022 Closed SessionClosed SessionClosed Session under Government Code section 54950, relating to the following items: a. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957.6, the Board will provide direction to negotiators: (1) Designated representatives: Irma Ramirez-Bough and Ariana Hurtado Employee Organization(s): All Units (2) Designated representatives: Irma Ramirez-Bough and Ariana Hurtado Employee Organization(s): Units X and S (3) Designated representatives: Irma Ramirez-Bough and Ariana Hurtado Employee Organization(s): Unit O b. Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(d)(2), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding two matters of significant exposure to litigation. c. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957(b)(1), the Board will confer regarding recruitment/appointment of the position of County Administrative Officer. d. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957(b)(1), the Board will provide a performance evaluation for the County Administrative Officer. e. Pursuant to Government Code sections 54956.9(d)(2) and 54956.9(d)(4), the Board will confer with legal counsel regarding one matter of s   Action details None
CR 22-107 2.Ceremonial Resolution - Brandon CasarezCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution honoring Juvenile Institutions Officer II Brandon Casarez upon his retirement from the Monterey County Probation Department after more than 20 years of dedicated County service. (Supervisor Adams)adoptedPass Action details None
CR 22-118 3.Ceremonial Resolution - Rick JohnsonCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution commending Rick Johnson upon his retirement after twenty-two years of service with the Old Monterey Business Association. (Supervisor Adams)adoptedPass Action details None
CR 22-109 4.Ceremonial Resolution - Priscilla (Pris) WaltonCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution honoring Priscilla (Pris) Walton for her visionary leadership and lifetime of service. (Supervisor Adams)adoptedPass Action details None
CR 22-111 5.Ceremonial Resolution - Monterey Peninsula CollegeCeremonial ResolutionAdopt a resolution commemorating the 75th anniversary of Monterey Peninsula Community College District (Supervisor Adams)adopted  Action details None
APP 22-179 6. AppointmentReappoint Sergio Sanchez to the Parks Commission with a term ending on January 1, 2025 April 26, 2025. (Nominated By District 1, Supervisor Alejo)reappointedPass Action details None
APP 22-180 7. AppointmentAppoint Aurelio Gonzalez to the Resource Conservation District of Monterey County Board of Directors with a term ending on November 30, 2024. (Nominated by the Resource Conservation District of Monterey County Board of Directors)appointedPass Action details None
APP 22-181 8. AppointmentAppoint Matt Glazer to the Big Sur Byway Organization as a Big Sur Proper Resident Representative with a term ending on May 1, 2024. (Nominated By District 5, Supervisor Adams)removed from agenda via additions and corrections  Action details None
OBM 22-111 9.See Supplemental SheetOther Board MattersSee Supplemental Sheetapproved on consent calendar   Action details None
OBM 22-112 10.Gen Public CommentOther Board MattersGeneral Public Commentsgeneral public comments made  Action details None
22-812 11.08.23.2022 CAP board reportGeneral Agenda Itema. Receive a presentation regarding the County Climate Action Plan and Municipal Climate Action Plan and provide direction to staff in regard to the development of these plans.received  Action details None
ORD 22-035 12. Ordinancea. Discuss and provide direction regarding proposed amendments to Monterey County Code Titles 20.69 and 21.69 extending the sunset date of the Outdoor Commercial Cannabis Cultivation Pilot Program and removing the requirement that an applicant provide proof of cannabis cultivation on the site prior to January 1, 2016; and b. Receive an update on operating costs and estimated tax revenues resulting from proposed amendments to the Outdoor Commercial Cannabis Cultivation Pilot Program; and c. Provide further direction as appropriate.approved as amended  Action details None
RES 22-165 13.REF140048 - CRFREEBoS Resolutiona. Consider adopting a resolution to approve an Addendum to the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Carmel River Floodplain Restoration and Environmental Enhancement (CRFREE) Project (REF140048) to amend mitigation measure HF-5 to allow specified construction involving initial floodplain restoration work on the east side of State Route 1, before construction of the causeway portion of the CRFREE Project; and b. Consider adopting a resolution revising the Mitigation, Monitoring and Report Plan for the CRFREE Project to incorporate changes to the Final EIR as adopted by the Board of Supervisors on January 28, 2020, and to amend mitigation measure HF-5. Project: REF140048 - Carmel River Floodplain Restoration and Environmental Enhancement (CRFREE) Project Project Location: Carmel River Floodplain Restoration and Environmental Enhancement (CRFREE), State Highway Route 1, Carmel, CA, 93923, Carmel Area Land Use Plan, Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APNs) 243-071-005-000, 243-071-006-000, 243-071-007-000, 243-021-007-000¸ 157-121-001-000 and 243-081-005-000, 243-071-008-000 Proposremoved from agenda via additions and corrections  Action details None
A 22-468 14.CRFREE Award Contract to Granite ConstructionBoS Agreementa. Award a contract to Granite Construction Company, the lowest responsible bidder for the Carmel River Floodplain Restoration & Environmental Enhancement (CRFREE) Project - Phase 1, Project No. 7200, in the total amount of $4,388,222; b. Approve the Performance and Payment Bonds executed and provided by Granite Construction Company; c. Authorize a contingency, not to exceed ten percent (10%) of the contract amount or $438,822, to provide funding for approved contract change orders for Carmel River Floodplain Restoration & Environmental Enhancement (CRFREE) Project - Phase 1, Project No. 7200; d. Authorize the Director of Public Works, Facilities and Parks to execute the contracts and, subject to the provisions of the Public Contract Code (PCC) and Board Policies as applicable, 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; and e. Authorize the Director of Public Works, Facilities and Parks to execute a Certificate of Completion and record a Notice of Completion with the Couremoved from agenda via additions and corrections  Action details None
RES 22-162 15.Mid Valley Partners LLCBoS ResolutionPLN190140 - Mid Valley Partners LLC (Stanley/Mid Valley Shopping Center historic determination) Public hearing to consider adopting a resolution to: a. Consider the previously adopted Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Mid-Valley Shopping Center Design Approval Project (SCH#2020090480) and find that no subsequent environmental review is required pursuant to Section 15162 of the CEQA Guidelines; and b. Find that the preponderance of evidence supports the conclusion that the Mid-Valley Shopping Center, located at 9550 Carmel Valley Road, is not an historic resource. [Mid-Valley Shopping Center historic determination, 9550 Carmel Valley Road, Carmel Valley, CA (APN: 169-243-007-000)]approvedPass Action details None
OBM 22-114 16.New ReferralsOther Board MattersNew Referralsno comments made and referrals read  Action details None
PAR 22-024 17. Preliminary Analysis Reporta. Receive an update regarding District Attorney Family Justice Center;received  Action details None
OBM 22-113 17.CAO CommentsOther Board MattersCounty Administrative Officer Commentsno comments made  Action details None
OBM 22-115 18.Board CommentsOther Board MattersBoard Commentsmade  Action details None
RES 22-146 20.Adjust Salary Range for Surgical Tech (50U27), OB Tech (50U23) & Sr OB Tech (50U26)BoS ResolutionAdopt Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution No. 98-394 and Appendix A to adjust the salary ranges of the Surgical Technician, Obstetrical Technician, and Senior Obstetrical Technician classifications as indicated in Attachment A; and b. Direct the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM System.adoptedPass Action details None
A 22-442 21.Spin Recruitment Amendment 4BoS AgreementAuthorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute amendment No. 4 to the agreement (A-13971) with Spin Recruitment Services pursuant to RFP #9600-78 for advertising recruitment services, with no change to the agreement term of July 1, 2018 through December 31, 2023, and adding $500,000 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $1,725,000.approvedPass Action details None
RES 22-155 22.Reclassify Nursing Svcs Unt Mgr to Trauma Program ManagerBoS ResolutionAdopt Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendices A and B to create the classification of Trauma Program Manager with the salary range as indicated in Attachment A; b. Amend the Natividad FY 2022-23 Adopted Budget Unit 9600-8142 - Fund 451 -Appropriation Unit NMC001 to reallocate and reclassify a Nursing Services Unit Manager to a Trauma Program Manager as indicated in Attachment A; and c. Authorize the County Administrative Office and the Auditor-Controller to incorporate the approved position changes in the FY 2022-23 Adopted Budget and the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM System.adoptedPass Action details None
A 22-448 23.Experian Health, Inc. AgreementBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute an agreement with Experian Health, Inc. for Meditrack Enterprise for access to Medicare DDE Screens services at NMC for an amount not to exceed $450,000 with an agreement term retroactive to July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024. b. Authorize the 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%) ($45,000) of the original cost of the agreement.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-449 24.Kit Check, Inc. Renewal & Amendment No. 4BoS Agreementa. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute renewal & amendment No. 4 to the agreement (A-13703) with Kit Check, Inc. for pharmacy scanning equipment and web-based software services, extending the agreement an additional three (3) year period (August 15, 2022 through August 14, 2025) for a revised full agreement term of August 15, 2014 through August 14, 2025, and adding $150,000 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $476,000.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-450 25.Meltwater News US Inc. AgreementBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute an agreement with Meltwater News US Inc. for news and social media monitoring and media relations platform services at NMC for an amount not to exceed $8,317 with an agreement term September 1, 2022 through August 31, 2023. b. Approve the NMC Chief Executive Officer’s recommendation to accept non-standard indemnification, insurance, limitations on liability, and limitations on damages provisions within the agreement.approvedPass Action details None
RES 22-157 26.Create Cardiac Sonographer and Cardiac Sonographer-Per DiemBoS ResolutionAdopt Resolution to: a. Amend Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution (PPPR) No. 98-394 Appendices A and B to create the classifications of Cardiac Sonographer and Cardiac Sonographer-Per Diem with the salary ranges as indicated in Attachment A; b. Amend the Natividad FY 2022-23 Adopted Budget Unit 9600-8142 - Fund 451 - Appropriation Unit NMC001 to reallocate three (3.0) Sonographer to three (3.0) Cardiac Sonographer as indicated in Attachment A; and c. Authorize the County Administrative Office and the Auditor-Controller to incorporate the approved position changes in the FY 2022-23 Adopted Budget and the Human Resources Department to implement the changes in the Advantage HRM System.adoptedPass Action details None
A 22-454 27.Cy Cedar MD First AmendmentBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee to execute the First Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with Cy A. Cedar MD to provide hospitalist physician services, adding $650,000 for a revised not to exceed amount of $750,000 in the aggregate, but with no change to the original agreement term of July 14, 2022 to September 30, 2024; and b. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee 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.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-456 28.Renewal and Amendment No. 9 & 10 to Locum Tenens Referral Services per RFP 9600-61BoS Agreementa. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) for NMC or his designee to execute renewal & amendment No. 9 to the agreements with Medical Search, LLC d.b.a. SUMO Medical Staffing (A-12896) and MDA Holdings, Inc. d.b.a. Medical Doctor Associates and renewal & amendment No. 10 to the agreements with Staff Care, Inc. (A-12897) and Jackson & Coker Locum Tenens, LLC d.b.a. Jackson & Coker (A-12900) (“Locum Tenens Agencies”) for locum tenens physician referral services at NMC pursuant to the Request for Proposals (RFP) #9600-61, extending the agreement an additional one (1) year period (July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023) for a revised full agreement term of August 1, 2015 through June 30, 2023 and to update payment rates with no change to the total aggregate liability for all agreements ($10,500,000); b. Authorize the CEO for NMC or his designee to execute a further amendment to each of the agreements with the Locum Tenens Agencies to extend the term of each agreement to June 30, 2023, with necessary updates to payment rates, but with no change to the total aggregate liability for allapprovedPass Action details None
A 22-455 29.Allen Radner MDBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee to execute the First Amendment to the Professional and Call Coverage Services Agreement with Allen Radner MD to provide infectious disease physician services, extending the term by twenty-four months (September 1, 2022 to August 31, 2024) for a revised full agreement term of September 1, 2021 to August 31, 2024 and adding $200,000 for a revised not to exceed amount of $300,000 in the aggregate; and b. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee 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.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-457 30.Abbott Rapid Diagnostics Informatics, Inc. Renewal and Amendment No. 3BoS AgreementAuthorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute renewal and amendment No. 3 to the agreement (A-14289) with Abbott Rapid Diagnostics Informatics, Inc. for software modules related to laboratory testing, extending the agreement term through April 24, 2024 (May 14, 2022 through April 24, 2024) for a revised full agreement term of May 15, 2016 through April 24, 2024, and adding $35,514 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $300,216.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-458 31.Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Second AmendmentBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee to execute the Second Amendment to the Physician Services Agreement with Lucile Salter Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford (LPCH) to provide retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) screenings services, extending the term by twenty-four months (September 1, 2022 to August 31, 2024) for a revised full agreement term of September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2024 and adding $90,000 for a revised not to exceed amount of $270,000 in the aggregate; and b. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee 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% ($9,000) of the original contract amount.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-459 32.Francis M. Wright MD First AmendmentBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee to execute the First Amendment to the Professional and Call Coverage Services Agreement with Francis M. Wright Jr. M.D. to provide obstetrics and gynecology physician services, extending the term by twelve months (July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024) for a revised full agreement term of July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2024 and adding $200,000 for a revised not to exceed amount of $300,000 in the aggregate; and b. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee 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.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-463 33.Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare Systems Renewal & Amendment No. 3BoS AgreementAuthorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad Medical Center (NMC) or his designee to execute renewal & amendment No. 3 to the agreement (A-12966) with Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare Systems (SVMHS) for laboratory testing services, extending the agreement for an additional four (4) year period (retroactively from November 1, 2021), for a revised full agreement term of July 1, 2015 through October 31, 2025, and adding $782,000 for a revised total agreement amount not to exceed $1,899,000.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-460 34.Monterey Anesthesia Professionals First AmendmentBoS Agreementa. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee to execute the First Amendment to the Professional and Call Coverage Services Agreement with Monterey Anesthesia Professionals (MAP) to provide anesthesia services, extending the term by twelve months (January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023) for a revised full agreement term of January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2023 and adding $7,800,000 for a revised not to exceed amount of $19,800,000 in the aggregate; and b. Authorize the Chief Executive Officer for Natividad or his designee to sign up to three (3) future amendments to this agreement where the total amendments do not exceed 10% ($1,200,000) of the original contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work.approvedPass Action details None
RES 22-149 35.Article I.d Monterey Co. Master Fee ResolutionBoS ResolutionAdopt a further Resolution amending Article I.d. of the Monterey County Master Fee Resolution effective July 1, 2022, to add certain fees related to the Health Department’s Clinic Services Bureau (Clinic Services) pursuant to the attached Fee Schedule.adoptedPass Action details None
A 22-434 36.MPUSD MOUBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Monterey and Monterey Peninsula Unified School District to provide school-based education on the adverse effects of cannabis use by youth for the term of upon execution date through September 30, 2023; 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 cause an increase of more than ten percent (10%) ($0) of the original contract amount.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-438 37.Cardinal Health 110, LLC and Cardinal Health 112, LLC. Amendment No. 4BoS Agreementa. Authorize the Director of Health, or Assistant Director of Health to execute Amendment No. 4 to Apexus 340B Prime Vendor Program Participation Agreement (“Letter of Participation”) with Cardinal Health 110, LLC. and Cardinal Health 112, LLC. (Cardinal) to extend the term one (1) additional year with the option to extend, based on ninety (90) days’ written notice, for one (1) additional three (3) year period, for a total not to exceed maximum of four (4) years for the purchase of discounted outpatient pharmaceuticals; and b. Authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to sign up to two (2) future amendments to this Letter of Participation where the amendments do not extend the term of the Letter of Participation and do not significantly change the scope of work; and c. Authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to exercise the option to extend, based on ninety (90) days’ written notice, which, if exercised, shall extend the term for one (1) additional three (3) year period, for a revised full term of July 1, 2018, to August 31, 2026.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-439 38.Clinicians Telemed Medical Group, Inc. AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health to execute a Standard Agreement with Clinicians Telemed Medical Group, Inc., for the term September 1, 2022 through September 1, 2023 in the total Agreement amount not to exceed $98,000; and b. Approve the recommendation of Director of Health to accept all non-standard provisions in Agreement, including indemnification; and c. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health or their designees to sign up to three (3) future amendments to the Agreements where the amendments do not significantly change the scope of work and do not cause an increase of more than ten percent (10%) ($9,800) of the original cost of the agreement.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-461 39.Community Foundation of Monterey County AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Director of Health or the Assistant Director of Health to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Health Literacy Project agreement with Community Foundation of Monterey County, for the provision of education and outreach support services by Community-based Organizations, adding Exhibit C: Data Sharing and Use Agreement (CBOs), with no change to term of agreement; 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.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-462 40.Conduent Health Communities Corporation Amendment No. 2BoS Agreementa. Authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Director of Health to execute Amendment No. 2, effective September 1, 2022, to a Platform License Agreement, No. A-14686, between the County of Monterey and Conduent Health Communities Corporation (CHCC) adding Claritas Consumer Expenditures data to the CHCC Platform and adding $10,000 for a total aggregate amount not to exceed $180,000 for a term of April 15, 2020 through June 23, 2025; and b. Approve and authorize the Health Director or Assistant Health Director to approve up to three (3) future amendments that do not exceed ten percent (10%) ($17,000) of the original Platform License Agreement amount and do not significantly alter the scope of services.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-465 41.Credit Consulting Services, Inc. - Legal ActionBoS AgreementApprove and authorize Credit Consulting Services, Inc., to initiate legal action procedures on behalf of the Health Department Environmental Health Bureau, on uncollected debt accounts as part of its debt collections service agreement.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-469 42.632 E. Alisal St. (WIC) Lease AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer to execute a five (5) year Lease Agreement, effective September 1, 2022 with SIBS, A Limited Partnership, for 12,122 square feet of general office and warehouse space at 632 East Alisal Street, Salinas, California, for use by the Health Department’s Public Health Bureau’s Women, Infants, and Children Nutritional Program; and b. Authorize the Auditor-Controller to make lease payments of $11,851 per month in accordance with the terms of the Lease Agreement; and c. Authorize the extension of the Lease Agreement for two (2) additional three-year terms under the same terms and conditions and make minor revisions to the Lease Agreement if deemed to be in the best interest of the County by the Contracts/Purchasing Officer and subject to review and approval as to form by the Office of the County Counsel and review and approval of fiscal provisions by the Auditor Controller’s Office.approvedPass Action details None
A 22-473 43.Qualtrics, LLC.BoS Agreementa. Authorize the Director of Health or Assistant Health Director to execute a Data Processing Agreement between the County of Monterey and Qualtrics, LLC for the provision of a survey software platform subscription hosted by the vendor and professional services as needed in the amount of $30,000 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-23, $65,000 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24, and $65,000 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2024-25, in an aggregate amount not to exceed $160,000: and b. Approve non-standard risk terms regarding indemnification and insurance provisions 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%) ($16,000) of the original Data Processing Agreement amount and do not significantly alter the scope of services.approvedPass Action details None
RES 22-160 44.Master Fee ResolutionBoS ResolutionApprove and adopt a Resolution amending Article VII of the Monterey County Master Fee Resolution effective October 1, 2022, to adjust fees relating to services provided by the Sheriff’s Office.adoptedPass Action details None
22-780 l45.08.23.2022 CAO OCESA Subaward XC21 14 0270General Agenda Itema. Authorize the County Administrative Office, Office of Community Engagement and Strategic Advocacy (“CAO OCESA”) to accept a grant (Subaward XC21 04 0270, Cal OES ID 053-00000), in the amount of $220,927 awarded by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), for the provision of direct services to victims of crime in Monterey County, for the grant period January 1, 2022, to December 31, 2022; and b. Authorize the Assistant County Administrative Officer (ACAO) overseeing the OCESA or the ACAO’s designee to execute amendments to existing operational agreements extending term to December 31, 2022, and distributing a total of $220,927, for direct services delivery, with the following public and private entities: YWCA of Monterey County, CASA of Monterey County, Monterey County Rape Crisis Center, Seaside Police Department, and Greenfield Police Department; and c. Authorize the CAO or the ACAO’s designee to apply for, execute memoranda, amendments, or agreements, and administer documents to secure, receive, and distribute further funding from Cal OES for the graapprovedPass Action details None
22-781 46. General Agenda ItemApprove and authorize a $5,000,000.00 increase to the Countywide Service Agreement for Custodial Services based upon criteria set forth in RFP #10710, for a total aggregate amount not to exceed $15,000,000.00.approvedPass Action details None
22-785 47.2022 CSAC AWARDGeneral Agenda ItemApprove the submission of four (4) entries to the 2022 California State Association of Counties (CSAC) Challenge Awards competition: 1) District Attorney Office Cold Case Task Force (CCTF); 2) Civil Rights Office - Youth Presentations; 3) Civil Rights Office - Employee Resource Groups; and 4) Civil Rights Office - Online Self-Paced Mandated Civil Rights Training.approvedPass Action details None
22-789 48.08.30.2022 Energy Assessment at both the Natividad Jail & SchillingGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve and authorize the Assistant County Administrative Officer, or his designee, to sign an amendment to remove certain payment provisions from the Agreement with Mynt Systems to undertake an Energy Assessment at both the Natividad Jail Complex and Schilling Place; b. Provide other direction to staff as appropriate.approvedPass Action details None
22-790 49.08.30.2022 CivicSparkGeneral Agenda ItemAuthorize the County Assistant Administrative Officer or his designee to enter into a non-standard agreement with the Civicwell for the CivicSpark Fellowship to bring on one CivicSpark fellow to assist in the implementation of the Municipal Climate Action Plan and in stakeholder engagement and outreach for the County Climate Action plan at a cost of $29,000 funded through the Sustainability Program Budget with a term ending on December 31, 2023.approvedPass Action details None
MIN 22-079 50.Draft MinutesMinutesApprove the Board of Supervisors of the Monterey County Draft Action Meeting Minutes for the following meeting date: June 2022.approvedPass Action details None
22-807 51.Approve rollover ARPA Funds to CROGeneral Agenda ItemApprove a request to rollover FY 2021-22 ARPA funds to FY 2022-23 allocated to the Civil Rights Office in the amount of $17,912 for Equal Opportunity Plan (EOP) Implementation and Title VI & Title VII Training support.approvedPass Action details None
22-788 52.North County Fire Protection District Dry Period LoanGeneral Agenda ItemApprove a request from the North County Fire Protection District for dry period loan of $2,000,000 for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2023approvedPass Action details None
RES 22-164 53. BoS ResolutionAdopt a resolution to: Authorize the Auditor-Controller to amend the FY 2022-23 County Administrative Office 001-1050-CAO038-8514 to increase appropriations by $50,000 for ARPA Wine Signage Program, financed by an increase in non-program revenue 001-1050-CAO019-8041 funded by American Rescue Plan Act (“ARPA”) revenue (4/5th vote required).adoptedPass Action details None
A 22-466 54.Standard AgreementBoS Agreementa. Approve Standard Agreement with the California Coastal Rural Development Corporation (CCRDC) to manage the day-to-day operation of the County’s Small Business Revolving Loan Fund (SBRLF); and b. Authorize the County Contracts/Purchasing Officer or designee to execute an Agreement with the California Coastal Rural Development Corporation (CCRDC) for a five (5) year term, from September 1, 2022 through June 30, 2027, in an amount not to exceed $725,000 during the term of the agreement.approvedPass Action details None
22-774 55.PSA with Wood Environmental for Enviro Analysis of outdoor commercial cannabisGeneral Agenda Itema. Approve a Professional Services Agreement with Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc., to conduct a programmatic-level environmental analysis for outdoor commercial cannabis pilot program operators, Request for Proposals #10840, in a not to exceed amount of $261,939 for a three-year term commencing with the signing of the Agreement through July 31, 2025; b. Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Manager to execute this Agreement and future amendments that do not significantly alter the scope of work and/or change the amount by more than 10 percent.deniedFail Action details None
A 22-464 56.Approve retroactively, Renewal and A1 for Ivers Mobility Solutions, Inc.BoS Agreementa. Approve Renewal and Amendment No.1 to the Non-Standard Agreement A-14198 between the County of Monterey and Invers Mobility Solutions, Inc. to increase the not to exceed amount to provide related technology services by $18,900, for a total amount not to exceed $117,400 and extend the term retroactively from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023; and b. Authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to execute Renewal and Amendment No.1 to the Non-Standard Agreement A-14198 and up to one (1) additional year, subject to County Counsel approval, provided the terms of the Agreement remain substantially the same and provided the additional cost per year does not exceed ten percent (10%) of the cost of the prior yearapprovedPass Action details None
ORD 22-037 57.Rio Road Ordinance Abandonment and Street RenamingOrdinanceIntroduce, waive reading and set a hearing for September 27, 2022, at 1:30 p.m. to consider findings per Policy CV-2.19 of the Carmel Valley Master Plan, adoption of an ordinance amending Ordinance 499 to abandon the Official Plan Lines for the unacquired portion of Rio Road, and adoption of a resolution to rename the northerly segment of Rio Road to Village Park Road: a. Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) find that adoption of the proposed ordinance and road renaming involve a negligible change to existing streets and such minor alterations to land qualify respectively as Class 1 and Class 4 categorical exemptions pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Sections 15301(c) - existing highways and streets; and 15304 - minor public alterations in the condition of the land and there are no exceptions pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15300.2. b. Introduce, waive reading, and set a hearing for September 27, 2022, at 1:30 p.m., to consider: 1. Finding that the abandonment of the Official Plan Lines of the portion of Rio Road between the two segments of Rio Road currently conapprovedPass Action details None
A 22-467 58.Execute a Retroactive Standard Agreement with POMA Electric to provide temporary electrical services for events at WRLS.BoS AgreementApprove and authorize the Monterey County Laguna Seca Representative to: a. Execute a retroactive Standard Agreement between Robert Joseph Poma dba POMA Electric and the County of Monterey to provide temporary power electrical services for events held at WeatherTech® Raceway at Laguna Seca, with a term from May 1 through December 31, 2022, for an amount not to exceed $99,000; and b. Execute up to three (3) future amendments to the Standard Agreement where the total amendments do not exceed 10% ($9,900) of the Agreement amount and do not significantly change the scope of work, subject to County Counsel approval.approvedPass Action details None
RES 22-166 59.Chualar Wastewater Grant FundingBoS Resolutiona. Approve submittal of a grant funding application for the CSA-75 Chualar Wastewater System Consolidation Project to apply for a $4.4 million planning grant from the State of California - Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant program; b. Adopt a Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works, Facilities and Parks (PWFP), or designee, to act as agent for the County in processing all documentation to secure these funds; and c. Direct PWFP staff to return to the Board of Supervisors for approval prior to acceptance of any grant award(s).approvedPass Action details None
A 22-470 60.Approve A2 to Wireless Communication 1410 Natividad Rd - ATT Site LeaseBoS AgreementApprove and authorize the Contracts/Purchasing Officer or Contracts/Purchasing Supervisor to execute the Second Amendment to the Wireless Communication Site Lease Agreement between the County of Monterey and New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC, for certain Real Property located at 1410 Natividad Road, Salinas, California to modify and/or replace wireless equipment, increase the lease fee, update the notices section of the Agreement, and extend the term of the Agreement.approvedPass Action details None