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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final-Revised
Meeting date/time: 1/29/2019 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Hall of Records
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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19-0043 11.Approve AgendaAgenda ItemApprove AgendaacceptedPass Action details Video Video
19-0044 12.Approve Consent AgendaAgenda ItemApprove Consent Agenda - Item Numbers 22 - 63approved with exceptionPass Action details Video Video
19-0029 13.Presentation of Retirement Plaque to Richard R. Nahigian - Department of Public Works and Planning - 30 YearsAgenda ItemPresentation of Retirement Plaque to Richard R. Nahigian - Department of Public Works and Planning - Thirty Years of Servicepresented  Action details Video Video
19-0021 14.Adopt resolution supporting the Fresno Madera Continuum of Care in their efforts to conduct the annual Point-in-Time Count in Fresno County.Agenda ItemAdopt resolution supporting the Fresno Madera Continuum of Care in their efforts to conduct the annual Point-in-Time Count in Fresno CountyApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
18-1598 15.Adopt Resolution recognizing the 50th Anniversary of Big Brothers / Big Sisters in Fresno County.Agenda ItemAdopt Resolution recognizing the 50th Anniversary of Big Brothers / Big Sisters of Fresno CountyApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
18-1528 16.Presentation Fresno Fair Grounds.Agenda ItemReceive presentation from John C. Alkire, CEO Big Fresno Fair   Action details Video Video
18-1566 17.Discuss and direct County Administrative Office to develop an Administrative Policy and/or ordinance establishing requirements and/or guidelines for recognizing groups or individuals for their contributions to the community or declaring ceremonial days ofAgenda ItemDiscuss and direct County Administrative Officer to develop an Administrative Policy and/or ordinance establishing requirements and/or guidelines for recognizing groups or individuals for their contributions to the community or declaring ceremonial days of recognition on the Board of Supervisors’ agenda and use of County facilities in connection with such recognitionApproved as recommended  Action details Video Video
19-0078 17.1Salary Resolution Amendment for District AttorneyAgenda ItemApprove Amendment to the Salary Resolution adding one Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/IV and one Paralegal I/II/III positions to the District Attorney Org 2860, effective February 11, 2019 as reflected in Appendix F; and adopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for the District Attorney Org 2860 in the amount of $142,411 (4/5 vote)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
18-1588 18.Conduit Financing for United Health Centers of the San Joaquin Valley (Not a County Liability)Agenda ItemConduct a public hearing under the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (“TEFRA’) and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”) regarding the issuance of tax-exempt conduit bonds for United Health Centers of the San Joaquin Valley in an amount not to exceed $30,000,000 for financing and refinancing the acquisition, construction, improvement and equipping of health and medical facilities located in Kerman, Parlier, Sanger, Fowler and Reedley, and adopt the resolution approving the issuance of the Bonds by the California Municipal Financing Authority (CMFA) for the benefit of United Health Centers of the San Joaquin Valley, a California nonprofit, public benefit corporation and an organization described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (the “Borrower”), which adoption is solely for the purposes of satisfying the requirements of TEFRA, the Code and California Government Code Section 6500 (and following)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
18-1576 19.California Office of Housing and Community Development Resolution for No Place Like Home Program Participation and Memorandum of Understanding with Fresno Housing AuthorityAgenda ItemAdopt and authorize the Chairman to execute a Resolution authorizing Fresno County’s participation in the California Department of Housing and Community Development No Place Like Home Program; and, approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Memorandum of Understanding with the Fresno Housing Authority to identify, apply for, and develop supportive housing projects and services in Round One of the No Place Like Home Competitive Program utilizing $6,168,706 in Mental Health Services Act - Special Needs Housing Program and $2,183,000 in Non-Competitive No Place Like Home Program funding, effective upon execution through June 30, 2024, which includes a three and a half-year base contract and two optional one-year extensionsApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
18-1429 110.Ordinance Code amending Chapter 2.52 PWPAgenda ItemConduct first hearing on an Ordinance amending the Ordinance Code of Fresno County, Chapter 2.52 - Department of Public Works and Planning to add Paragraph N to Section 2.52.040 - Duties of director of public works and planning, to delegate certain authority to the Director of the Department of Public Works and Planning to acquire, on behalf of the Board, subject to approval of County Counsel as to legal form and as to accounting form by the Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector, any interest in any real property necessary for certain transportation projects and for certain non-transportation projects for which the Board has expressly authorized funding or has otherwise expressly approved the project and set second hearing for February 12, 2019; designate County Counsel to prepare fair and adequate summary of proposed Ordinance; and direct Clerk of the Board to post and publish required summary in accordance with Government Code, Section 25124(b)(1)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0045 111.Board of Supervisors' Committee Reports and CommentsAgenda ItemBoard of Supervisors' Committee Reports and Comments - Receive and provide direction (this item reserved for committee reports by members of the Board of Supervisors)   Action details Video Video
19-0048 112.Board AppointmentsAgenda ItemBoard Appointments - Receive Boards, Commissions and Committees Vacancy Report; and Appoint Applicants as necessaryApproved as recommended  Action details Video Video
19-0048 1 Board AppointmentsAgenda ItemBoard Appointments - Receive Boards, Commissions and Committees Vacancy Report; and Appoint Applicants as necessaryApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0050 113.Public PresentationsAgenda ItemPublic Presentations - This portion of the meeting reserved for persons desiring to address the Board on any matter not on this agenda - Pursuant to Administrative Policy No. 29, presentations are limited to 3 minutes per person and no more than 15 minutes total per topic   Action details Video Video
18-1517 114.Conference with legal counsel - Initiation of Litigation; Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(4) ( 2 Cases)Agenda ItemConference with legal counsel - Initiation of Litigation; Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(4) ( 2 Cases)   Action details Not available
18-1518 115.Conference with legal counsel – Significant Exposure to Litigation; Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(2) (2 Cases)Agenda ItemConference with legal counsel – Significant Exposure to Litigation; Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(2) (2 Cases)   Action details Not available
18-1562 116.Closed SessionAgenda ItemConference with Labor Negotiator (Government Code, section 54957.6): Agency Negotiator: Paul Nerland; Employee Organization: All Bargaining Units and Management and Unrepresented Employees - Hours, Wages and Terms and Conditions of Employment   Action details Not available
19-0001 117.Conference with Real Property NegotiatorsAgenda ItemConference with Real Property Negotiators - Government Code, Section 54956.8 Properties: North East Corner of South Cedar and East Kings Canyon (APN 461-020-03T); County Negotiator: Jean M. Rousseau, County Administrative Officer or Designee. Negotiating Parties: Fresno Rescue Mission, Under Negotiations: Instructions to County's negotiator may concern lease and/or purchase of property, price, terms and conditions   Action details Not available
19-0041 118.Conference with Real Property NegotiatorsAgenda ItemConference with Real Property Negotiators - Government Code, Section 54956.8 Properties: 2100 Tulare Street, Fresno, CA 93721; County Negotiator: Jean M. Rousseau, County Administrative Officer or Designee. Negotiating Parties: Lance-Kashian & Co., Under Negotiations: Instructions to County's negotiator may concern lease and option to purchase of properties, price, terms and conditions   Action details Not available
19-0042 119.Conference with Real Property NegotiatorsAgenda ItemConference with Real Property Negotiators - Government Code, Section 54956.8 Properties: West Dan Ronquillo, Fresno, CA 93706 (APN's 458-270-15 & 458-060-61); County Negotiator: Jean M. Rousseau, County Administrative Officer or Designee. Negotiating Parties: Horizon Enterprises. Under Negotiations: Instructions to County's negotiator may concern lease and option to purchase of properties, price, terms and conditions   Action details Not available
19-0067 120.Conference with legal counselAgenda ItemConference with legal counsel - Existing Litigation - Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(1) - Comunidades Unidas Por Un Cambio v. County of Fresno, Fresno Superior Court Case No. 18CECG04586   Action details Not available
19-0068 121.Conference with legal counselAgenda ItemConference with legal counsel - Existing Litigation - Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(1) - Sierra Club et al. v. County of Fresno, California Supreme Court Case No. S219783   Action details Not available
19-0051 122.Action Summary MinutesAgenda ItemApprove minutes of meeting for January 8, 2019Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0031 123.Amendments to COI Codes for Five AgenciesAgenda ItemApprove amendments to Conflict of Interest Codes for Fresno Regional Workforce Development Board, Fowler Cemetery District, Central Unified School District, Selma Unified School District, and Westside Elementary School DistrictApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0008 124.Adopt Proclamation recognizing the 10th Anniversary of Senior Pastor Ed and Meredith Forsythe in serving the Bethel Church in Sanger, California and the residents of Fresno County.Agenda ItemProclaim February 10, 2019 as Pastor Ed and Meredith Forsythe Day in Fresno County and recognize their 10th Anniversary serving the Bethel Church in Sanger, California and the residents of Fresno CountyApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0097 124.1Adjourn in Memory of Antonio G. Toste, a resident and dairy farmer in Riverdale, California for over thirty-six years.Agenda ItemAdjourn in Memory of Antonio G. Toste, a resident and dairy farmer in Riverdale, California for over thirty-six years.Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0063 125.Adjourn in Memory of Benita Serrano Idiart GarciaAgenda ItemAdjourn in Memory of Benita Serrano Idiart GarciaApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0064 126.Adjourn in Memory of Harriet Eloise BakerAgenda ItemAdjourn in Memory of Harriet Eloise BakerApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0099 126.1Adjourn in Memory of Theresa PerezAgenda ItemAdjourn in Memory of Theresa PerezApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0100 126.2Adjourn in Memory of Frank HernandezAgenda ItemAdjourn in Memory of Frank HernandezApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0084 127.Adjourn in MemoryAgenda ItemAdjourn in Memory of Betty Jean KissingerApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0098 127.1Adjourn in MemoryAgenda ItemAdjourn in memory of Don Wilson, long-time farmer and former Fresno County Farm Bureau PresidentApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1612 128.Fresno County Audit Committee Minutes from the August 31, 2018 meetingAgenda ItemReceive and file the Fresno County Audit Committee Minutes from the August 31, 2018 meetingApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0038 129.Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2018Agenda ItemReceive and file the County of Fresno Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2018Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1603 130.Board Appointments of Sierra Resource Conservation District DirectorsAgenda ItemConsider and appoint candidate Peter Lassotovitch and candidate Alan Fry (each full term) to the Sierra Resource Conservation District Board of DirectorsApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1502 131.Resolution for Consolidation of the March 5, 2019 Clovis Municipal ElectionAgenda ItemAdopt a Resolution approving the consolidation of elections called by the Fresno County Board of Supervisors and the Coalinga Regional Medical Center District with the regularly scheduled March 5, 2019 Clovis Municipal ElectionApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1567 132.State Agreement for Help America Vote Act Section 101 Grant FundingAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute Agreement #18G26110 and required Certification(s) with the State of California for federal Help America Vote Act Section 101 reimbursement funds for the improvement of the administration of elections effective upon execution by the California Department of General Services through June 30, 2021 ($25,000)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-0853 133.Retroactive Agreement with Fresno Unified School District for Law EnforcementAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute retroactive Agreement with the Fresno Unified School District for law enforcement services effective August 13, 2018 through June 30, 2019 ($159,690)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1302 134.Retroactive Agreement with City of San Joaquin for Law EnforcementAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive Agreement with the City of San Joaquin for law enforcement services effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 ($94,270.80)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1315 135.Retroactive Revenue Agreements with the Cities of Fowler, Kerman, Kingsburg, Orange Cove, & Sanger for Dispatching ServicesAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute retroactive Agreements with the Cities of Fowler, Kerman, Kingsburg, Orange Cove, and Sanger for Communication Dispatching Services effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 ($1,031,666)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1492 136.Retroactive 2018 Coverdell Forensic Grant Application and AcceptanceAgenda ItemRetroactively approve and authorize the Sheriff’s previous submittal of a 2018 Coverdell Forensic Grant Application to California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), including the “Grant Subaward Face Sheet”, the “Signature Authorization” form, “Certificate of Assurance of Compliance” required by the Grantee Agency, the “Subrecipient Grants Management Assessment” form, the “Certificate as to External Investigations” form, the “Baseline Data Sheet” form, to expand the training of the Fresno County Sheriff’s Forensic Services staff and facilitate the purchase of forensic ballistic testing equipment, effective January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019 ($54,343); approve and authorize the Sheriff or her designee to execute retroactive grant award from Cal OES, for the 2018 Coverdell Forensic Grant for the period of January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019 ($54,343); adopt Resolution in support of 2018 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Program; approve and authorize the Sheriff or her designee to execute any and all notices, certificates, applications, reports, amendments, Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1500 137.Retroactive Agreement with Western State Design for laundry machine services and maintenanceAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive Agreement with Western State Design for laundry equipment services and maintenance, effective January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2023 which includes a three year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed $250,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1239 138.Retroactive Agreement with Fig Garden for Law Enforcement ServicesAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive Agreement with the Fig Garden Police Protection District for law enforcement services effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 ($360,048)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1617 139.Continuation of Tree Mortality Local Emergency Status in Fresno CountyAgenda ItemAdopt Resolution proclaiming continuation of the local emergency status relating to the extremely high levels of tree mortality and hazardous conditions created by the drought and request that the Governor continue to provide resources and support to mitigate risk of falling trees and increased fire hazardApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1395 140.Ordinance Amendment to Office of the County Hearing OfficerAgenda ItemConduct second hearing on and adopt an Ordinance amending Fresno County Ordinance Code Title 2 - Administration, Chapter 2.81- Office of the County Hearing Officer to designate staff to the Office of the County Hearing Officer; and waive the reading of the ordinance in its entiretyApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1543 141.Budget Resolutions for Mental Health Services Act Workforce, Education and Training ActivitiesAgenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations in the Education and Training Org 1056 in the amount of $2,000,000 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues in the Behavioral Health Org 5630 in the amount of $2,000,000 (4/5 vote)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1608 142.Amendment I to Non-DMC Residential Master AgreementAgenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute retroactive Amendment I to Master Agreement No. 18-692 for Non-Drug Medi-Cal Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment effective January 1, 2019, with no change to compensation amount or the term of January 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022 ($14,512,096)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1495 143.Request to Defend Public Officer(s) or Employee(s)Agenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute Agreement to Defend Public Officers or Employees for: Jared Mullis, Sheriff, Deputy III, as named in Eastern District Court Case No: 1:18-CV-01488-DAD-EPG, Jami Lucas v. County of Fresno, et al.Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1563 144.Memorandum of Understanding for Representation Unit 37Agenda ItemApprove the Memorandum of Understanding for Representation Unit 37 - Correctional Sergeants, represented by the Fresno Sheriff’s Correctional Sergeants Association, effective January 28, 2019, through January 24, 2021, and approve the related Salary Resolution Amendment as reflected on Appendix “B”Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1564 145.Minimum WageAgenda ItemApprove the Addenda to the Memoranda of Understanding regarding salary range adjustment for a total of eight identified classifications in Representation Units: 4 - Eligibility Workers, 12 - Clerical, Paramedical, Building & Service Employees; and 22 - Professional, Para-Professional & Tech Employees, all represented by SEIU Local 521, effective January 28, 2019, as reflected in Appendix “E”; approve the Addendum to the Memorandum of Understanding regarding a salary range adjustment for the two identified classifications in Representation Unit 13 - Crafts and Trades, represented by Stationary Engineers Local 39, effective January 28, 2019, as reflected in Appendix “E”; and, adjust the hourly rate for the eight identified classifications to $12.00/Hour, and the salary range for the three identified classifications to Range 960 ($12.00/Hour) in Salary Resolution Section 100 - Alphabetical Position Listing, effective January 28, 2019, as reflected in Appendix “E”Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1565 146.Salary Resolution Amendment to Section 618 - Annual Leave DonationsAgenda ItemApprove the Salary Resolution Amendment to Section 618 - Annual Leave Donations, as reflected in Appendix “D”, effective January 28, 2019Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1614 147.Second Amendment to Agreement No. 14-055 with Oracle America, Inc.Agenda ItemMake a finding that it is in the best interest of the County to waive the competitive bidding process consistent with Administrative Policy No. 34 for unusual or extraordinary circumstances in order to continue support of Oracle America Inc.’s PeopleSoft financial, human resource, and database products; and approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment Two to Agreement No. 14-055 with Oracle America, Inc. extending the term by five years from February 6, 2019 to February 5, 2024 and increasing the total compensation amount by $7,500,000, to a total not to exceed amount of $16,000,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1454 148.Agreement with Levi, Ray & Shoup, IncAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. for a digital report management system and data conversion services, effective upon execution, not to exceed five consecutive years, which includes a three-year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed $355,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1615 149.Internal Low Voltage Cabling Agreement and External Low Voltage Cabling Master AgreementAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with Teledata Services Company to provide internal low voltage cabling services, effective upon execution, not to exceed five consecutive years, which includes a three-year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed $5,500,000; and approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Master Agreement with multiple vendors to provide external low voltage cabling services, effective upon execution, not to exceed five consecutive years, which includes a three-year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed $5,500,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1621 150.Third Amendment to the Agreement with AssetWorks LLCAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a Third Amendment to Agreement No. 14-689 with AssetWorks LLC for maintenance of the software suite used to manage County fleet vehicles, effective upon execution with no change in term to December 31, 2019 and increasing the maximum compensation amount by $17,803, to a total potential five-year cost not to exceed $315,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1483 151.Agreement with University of Cincinnati Research InstituteAgenda ItemMake a finding that it is in the best interest of the County to suspend the competitive bidding process consistent with Administrative Policy No. 34 for unusual or extraordinary circumstances, as the University of Cincinnati owns the copyright for the Effective Practices in Community Supervision models and the University of Cincinnati’s Core Correctional Practices manual and training program; and approve and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with the University of Cincinnati Research Institute for technical assistance to expand and improve delivery of evidence based practices in the Probation Department effective upon execution, not to exceed three consecutive years, and total not to exceed $297,433Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1590 152.Retroactive Grant Application/Agreement with Cal OES for Victim/Witness Assistance ProgramAgenda ItemRetroactively authorize the Chief Probation Officer’s previous submittal of a grant application to the State of California, Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) for the Victim/Witness Assistance Program ($1,627,287); approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive Grant Application/Agreement for the Victim/Witness Assistance Program with Cal OES for the period of October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019; adopt resolution authorizing the Chairman to sign the retroactive grant application and to execute retroactive Grant Award Agreement and any extensions or amendments thereto with Cal OES for the period of October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019, subject to approval by County Counsel and the Auditor-Controller/ Treasurer-Tax Collector; adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenue in Probation - Grants Org 3432 in the amount of $151,346 (4/5 vote); and approve Amendment to the Salary Resolution adding one Victim Witness Advocate position to the Probation Org 3432, effective February 11, 2019 as reflected in Appendix “C”Approved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
18-1592 153.Agreement with Turning Point of Central California, Inc.Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with Turning Point of Central California, Inc. to provide transitional housing beds, sustenance, and associated services for the Probation Department effective February 1, 2019, not to exceed five consecutive years, which includes a three-year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed compensation amount of $3,000,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1369 154.Agreement with Central Valley Health Information ExchangeAgenda ItemMake a finding that it is in the best interest of the County to waive the competitive bidding process consistent with Administrative Policy No. 34 for unusual or extraordinary circumstances for the solicitation of a health information exchange system for the Departments of Public Health and Behavioral Health; and, approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a sole source Agreement with Central Valley Health Information Exchange for patient data transmission and related services and to facilitate retention and expansion of the providers/facilities connected to the Central Valley Health Information Exchange’s system as directed by the County, effective upon execution, not to exceed three consecutive years, which includes a one-year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed $950,000 Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1389 155.Retroactive Application for Assistance Revenue Agreement with the California Governor’s Office of Emergency ServicesAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive grant Application/Revenue Agreement and Articles, Assurances, Certifications, Terms and Conditions, and Governing Body Resolution for submission to the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services for the FY 2018 Emergency Management Performance Grant, effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 ($656,490); and, the Proof of Authority Letter assuring the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services that the County will provide and appropriate all matching funds, including any cash match, required for the Emergency Management Performance Grant, affirming liability arising from performance of the agreement will be the County’s responsibility, and that funds will not be supplantedApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1473 156.FY 2018 Homeland Security Grant Program fundsAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive grant Application/Revenue Agreement and Articles, Assurances, Certifications, and Terms and Conditions for submission to the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services for the FY 2018 Homeland Security Grant Program, September 1, 2018 through May 31, 2021 ($1,074,211); Chairman to execute the Proof of Authority Letter assuring the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services that the County will provide and appropriate all matching funds, including any cash match, required for the Homeland Security Grant Program, affirming liability arising from performance of the agreement will be the County’s responsibility, and that funds will not be supplanted; Vice-Chairman to execute the Governing Body Resolution; and, Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector to continue issuing payments based on written order of the Homeland Security Grant Program Approval Authority in accordance with California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Guidelines for the 2018 Homeland Security Grant ProgramApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1434 157.No Stopping signs on Maple Ave, north of Central Ave near the Cul-de-sacAgenda ItemAdopt Resolution authorizing No Stopping signs on S. Maple Avenue, north of E. Central Avenue near the cul-de-sac and direct the Director of the Department of Public Works and Planning to install said No Stopping signsApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1503 158.Budget Resoultion for Public Works & PlanningAgenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations for Public Works - Special Studies Deposit Org 1186 in the amount of $850,000 using available fund balance to fund the increase in Environmental Impact Report and General Plan Amendment activities (4/5 vote); and, Adopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for Public Works Org 4360 in the amount of $850,000 (4/5 vote)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1542 159.Central Delta-Mendota Multi-Agency Groundwater Sustainability AgencyAgenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to ratify prior execution of First Amendment to Agreement No. 17-074 Supporting Formation and Operation of Central Delta-Mendota Region Multi-Agency Groundwater Sustainability Agency in the Central Delta-Mendota Region; adopt Resolution Authorizing Execution of Second Amendment to Central Delta-Mendota Region Multi-Agency Groundwater Services Agency Agreement and Authorizing Related Actions; approve and authorize Chairman to execute Second Amendment to Agreement No. 17-074 Supporting Formation and Operation of Central Delta-Mendota Region Multi-Agency Groundwater Sustainability Agency; and approve adoption of FY 2019-20 Recommended Budget for Central Delta-Mendota Multi-Agency Groundwater Sustainability Agency for preparation of Groundwater Sustainability Plan as required by Sustainable Groundwater Management ActApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-0614 160.Agreement with Cornerstone Structural Engineering GroupAgenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute Consultant Agreement with Cornerstone Structural Engineering Group, for design engineering services for North Fork Road over San Joaquin River Bridge Replacement, Federal Project No. BRLS-5942(279), effective upon execution, not to exceed eight consecutive years, which includes a six-year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed $1,144,483Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1546 161.Delta Mendota Canal Bridge Replacement Project Mitigated Negative Declaration AdoptionAgenda ItemAdopt Mitigated Negative Declaration prepared for Delta Mendota Canal Bridge Replacement Project on Nees Avenue, east of Douglas Avenue, near City of Firebaugh (Initial Study Application No. 7218, State Clearinghouse No. 2018121023)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1555 162.Amendment to Cooperative Agreement with FCTAAgenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute retroactive Amendment No. 4 to Cooperative Project Agreement No. 09-595 with Fresno County Transportation Authority for Rural Project 1 - Mountain View Avenue Widening to re-allocate funding from Construction to the Right-of-Way fund, reduce funding for Preliminary Engineering and Construction phases, extend the term by one year from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, and decrease the maximum by $5,042,979 to $18,495,021Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1604 163.Stop Sign at Madison Avenue and Winery AvenueAgenda ItemAdopt Resolution designating the “T” intersection of Madison Avenue and Winery Avenue as a stop intersection and authorizing stop sign at intersection, stopping westbound traffic on Madison Avenue, making it a one-way stopApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available