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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final-Revised
Meeting date/time: 6/4/2019 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Hall of Records
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19-0662 11.Approve AgendaAgenda ItemApprove Agendaapproved as amendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0663 12.Approve Consent AgendaAgenda ItemApprove Consent Agenda - Item Numbers 28 - 66Approved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0504 13.Presentation of Retirement Plaque to Alicia Molina - Department of Public Health - 20 Years of ServiceAgenda ItemPresentation of Retirement Plaque to Alicia Molina - Department of Public Health - 20 Years of Service   Action details Video Video
19-0715 14.Proclaim June 2019 as Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Awareness Month in Fresno CountyAgenda ItemProclaim June 2019 as Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Awareness Month in Fresno CountyApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0622 15.Proclaim June 2019 as Family Reunification DayAgenda ItemProclaim June 2019 as Family Reunification Day in Fresno CountyApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0513 16.Amendment to Master Schedule of Fees – SheriffAgenda ItemConduct first hearing to amend the Fresno County Master Schedule of Fees, Charges and Recovered Costs Ordinance by amending Subsection 1903 of Section 1900 - Coroner; waive reading of the Ordinance in its entirety; set second hearing for June 18, 2019; designate County Counsel to prepare a fair and adequate summary of the proposed Ordinance; and direct the Clerk of the Board to post and publish the required summary in accordance with Government Code Section 25124(b)(1)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0605 17.Budget Resolutions and Salary Resolution Amendment Sheriff’s Health Services ManagerAgenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues in the Sheriff-Coroner-Public Administrator Org 3111 in the amount of $14,619 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations for the Special Revenue Fund Sheriff-Coroner-Public Administrator Inmate Welfare Fund Org 1500 in the amount of $14,619 (4/5 vote); and approve Amendment to the Salary Resolution adding 1 Sheriff’s Health Services Manager to the Sheriff-Coroner-Public Administrator’s Org 3111, effective June 3, 2019 as reflected in Appendix CApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0690 18.Homelessness PrioritiesAgenda ItemAdopt Resolution establishing the Homelessness Priorities for Calendar Year 2019, which will serve as the basis to address homelessness countywideApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0378 19.Amendment to Master Schedule of Fees, Charges, and Recovered CostsAgenda ItemConduct first hearing to amend the Master Schedule of Fees, Charges, and Recovered Costs Ordinance by amending Section 900 - Environmental Health, sections 902 through 906, 908 through 917, 919 through 934.1, 938 through 940.2, and 948 through 951; and waive reading of the Ordinance in its entirety and set second hearing for July 9, 2019; designate County Counsel to prepare a fair and adequate summary of the proposed Ordinances; and, direct the Clerk of the Board to post and publish the required summaries in accordance with Government Code, section 25124(b)(1)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0267 110.Annexation No. 10A to CFD 2006-01 County-Wide Mello-Roos (Police Protection Services) Special Election / ProtestAgenda ItemConduct public protest hearing regarding proposed annexation of territory to Community Facilities District 2006-01; if no “majority protest” within County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01 or proposed annexation territory, overrule any protests, and adopt and authorize Chairman to execute Resolution Calling a Special Election for vote of qualified electors within territory proposed for annexation to County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01 (Police Protection Services) of County of Fresno, for combined propositions of Levying a Special Tax to finance enhanced police protection services, and including such annexation territory in County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01 for purposes of appropriations limit of County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01; conduct landowner voter special election (landowners owning two-thirds of the area of the proposed annexation territory must vote in favor) for territory included in Annexation Territory No. 10A of Community Facilities District No. 2006-01 (Exhibit A); approveApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0267 1 Annexation No. 10A to CFD 2006-01 County-Wide Mello-Roos (Police Protection Services) Special Election / ProtestAgenda ItemConduct public protest hearing regarding proposed annexation of territory to Community Facilities District 2006-01; if no “majority protest” within County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01 or proposed annexation territory, overrule any protests, and adopt and authorize Chairman to execute Resolution Calling a Special Election for vote of qualified electors within territory proposed for annexation to County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01 (Police Protection Services) of County of Fresno, for combined propositions of Levying a Special Tax to finance enhanced police protection services, and including such annexation territory in County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01 for purposes of appropriations limit of County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01; conduct landowner voter special election (landowners owning two-thirds of the area of the proposed annexation territory must vote in favor) for territory included in Annexation Territory No. 10A of Community Facilities District No. 2006-01 (Exhibit A); approveApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0267 1 Annexation No. 10A to CFD 2006-01 County-Wide Mello-Roos (Police Protection Services) Special Election / ProtestAgenda ItemConduct public protest hearing regarding proposed annexation of territory to Community Facilities District 2006-01; if no “majority protest” within County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01 or proposed annexation territory, overrule any protests, and adopt and authorize Chairman to execute Resolution Calling a Special Election for vote of qualified electors within territory proposed for annexation to County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01 (Police Protection Services) of County of Fresno, for combined propositions of Levying a Special Tax to finance enhanced police protection services, and including such annexation territory in County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01 for purposes of appropriations limit of County-Wide Mello-Roos Community Facilities District 2006-01; conduct landowner voter special election (landowners owning two-thirds of the area of the proposed annexation territory must vote in favor) for territory included in Annexation Territory No. 10A of Community Facilities District No. 2006-01 (Exhibit A); approveApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0330 111.Partial Cancellation of ALCC No. 5261 (RLCC No. 989) KassimAgenda ItemAdopt Resolution authorizing partial Cancellation of Agricultural Land Conservation Contract No. 5261 filed by Salam Obadi Kassim, based on ability to make five Consistency Findings listed under Government Code, Section 51282 (b); and authorize Chairman to sign Certificate of Tentative Cancellation and recording of Certificate of Cancellation when all conditions included in Certificate of Tentative Cancellation have been satisfied, subject property is located on north side of E. Conejo Avenue between State Route 43 and S. Thompson Avenue approximately three miles west of City of KingsburgApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0490 112.CSA 2 Annual Assessment HearingAgenda ItemConduct public hearing to consider all oral statements and all written protests made or filed by any interested person, if any, to annual assessment for park maintenance costs in County Service Area No. 2, Tenaya Estates; and adopt Resolution approving and levying annual assessment for park maintenance on 142 parcels within Tenaya Park Assessment District for County Service Area No. 2; and direct Department of Public Works and Planning staff to amend Master Schedule of Fees to reflect an annual assessment of $392 per parcelApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0514 113.IS No. 6205, CUP No. 3281, and VA No. 4023Agenda ItemConsider and adopt Mitigated Negative Declaration prepared for Agricultural Commercial Center (Initial Study Application No. 6205/State Clearinghouse #2019029118); and determine that required Findings specified in Fresno County Zoning Ordinance Section 873-F and Section 877-A can be made and approve Classified Conditional Use Permit Application No. 3281 to allow Agricultural Commercial Center consisting of a market with fuel sales, and Variance Application No. 4023 to allow creation of 2.36-acre parcel and 16.32-acre parcel from 0.53-acre parcel and 18.15-acre parcel (minimum 20 acres required) by means of a property line adjustment, project site is located on northeast corner of Conejo and Highland Avenues, approximately two miles southwest of nearest city limits of City of Selma, within AE-20 Zone DistrictApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0530 114.2019-20 Annual Action PlanAgenda ItemConduct public hearing to receive testimony on proposed County community development, housing, and homeless grant programs; approve 2019-20 Annual Action Plan, including use of Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships Grant, and Emergency Solutions Grant funds; authorize Director of Department of Public Works and Planning to execute Standard Form 424, Certifications, and Entitlement Grant Agreements for Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnerships Grant; and authorize Director of Department of Social Services to execute Standard Form 424, Certification, and Entitlement Agreement for Emergency Solutions GrantApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0608 115.Budget Resolution - County Service Area 30Agenda ItemAdopt Resolution finding in accordance with Public Contracting Code, Section 22050 that an emergency exists with respect to the damaged water treatment filter unit currently serving County Service Area No. 30 - El Porvenir; that the emergency will not permit a delay resulting from a competitive solicitation for bids; and, that immediate action to replace the unit is necessary to respond to the emergency (4/5 vote); retroactively authorize and ratify the Department of Public Works and Planning’s previous submittal of a grant application in the amount of $50,000 to the State Water Resources Control Board for project costs of an emergency drinking water project in County Service Area No. 30 - El Porvenir for FY 2018-19; authorize the Chairman to approve and execute a Resolution authorizing the Director of the Department of Public Works and Planning to approve and execute the related Funding Agreement and any amendments thereto with the State Water Resources Control Board, subject to approval as to legal form by County Counsel, and as to accounting form by the Auditor-Controller/TreasureApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0495 116.2018 General Plan Annual Progress Report on the Fresno County General Plan covering the 2018 calendar yearAgenda ItemConsider and adopt Resolution accepting the 2018 General Plan Annual Progress ReportApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0649 117.HEAP and CESH AgreementsAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with Mental Health Systems, Inc. for Triage Center Emergency Shelter Services, effective upon execution through May 31, 2021, total not to exceed $2,169,221; Agreement with Poverello House for Triage Center Emergency Shelter Services, effective upon execution through May 31, 2021, total not to exceed $382,547; Agreement with Turning Point of Central California, Inc. for Triage Center Emergency Shelter Services, effective upon execution through May 31, 2021, total not to exceed $1,576,357; Agreement with Mental Health Systems, Inc. for Bridge Emergency Housing Services, effective upon execution through November 30, 2021, total not to exceed $1,596,875; and, Agreement with WestCare California, Inc. for Diversion Services, effective upon execution through November 30, 2021, total not to exceed $1,200,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0664 118.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
19-0665 119.Board AppointmentsAgenda ItemBoard Appointments - Receive Boards, Commissions and Committees Vacancy Report; and Appoint Applicants as necessaryApproved as recommendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0666 120.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
19-0476 121.Conference with legal counselAgenda ItemConference with legal counsel - Initiation of Litigation; Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(4) - 2 Cases   Action details Not available
19-0477 122.Conference with legal counselAgenda ItemConference with legal counsel – Significant Exposure to Litigation; Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(2) - 2 Cases   Action details Not available
19-0598 123.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
19-0681 124.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
19-0682 125.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: C M G Construction Management Group, Under Negotiations: Instructions to County's negotiator may concern lease and/or purchase of property, price, terms and conditions   Action details Not available
19-0692 126.Conference with Legal Counsel- Existing Litigation- Government Code, Section 54956.9 (d)(1)- Richard Orozco vs. County of Fresno; Workers' Compensation Appeals Board Number ADJ11089806Agenda ItemConference with Legal Counsel- Existing Litigation- Government Code, Section 54956.9 (d)(1)- Richard Orozco vs. County of Fresno; Workers' Compensation Appeals Board Number ADJ11089806   Action details Not available
19-0693 127.Conference with Legal Counsel- Existing Litigation- Government Code, Section 54956.9 (d)(1)- Robert Rusche vs. County of Fresno; Workers' Compensation Appeals Board Number ADJ10219609Agenda ItemConference with Legal Counsel- Existing Litigation- Government Code, Section 54956.9 (d)(1)- Robert Rusche vs. County of Fresno; Workers' Compensation Appeals Board Number ADJ10219609   Action details Not available
19-0732 127.1Conference with Real Property NegotiatorsAgenda ItemConference with Real Property Negotiators - Government Code 54956.8. Property located at 4718 N. Polk, Fresno, CA 93722 (APN 510-030-23); County Negotiator: Robert W. Bash, Director of Internal Services/Chief Information Officer. Negotiating Parties: Highway City Community Development Inc., Under Negotiations: Instructions to County's negotiator may concern lease or purchase of property, price, terms and conditions   Action details Not available
19-0667 128.Action Summary MinutesAgenda ItemApprove minutes of meeting for May 14, 2019Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0660 129.Adjourn in memory of MaryAlice KaloostianAgenda ItemAdjourn in memory of MaryAlice KaloostianApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0492 130.Set FY 2019-20 Appropriations Limit for Mello-Roos Community Facilities District No.2006-01Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a Resolution to establish the FY 2019-20 appropriations limit for the County’s Mello-Roos Community Facilities District No. 2016-01 for Enhanced Police Services, effective July 1, 2019Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0536 131.Agreement with the County of Los Angeles for the Reciprocal Transportation of PrisonersAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a no-cost Agreement with the County of Los Angeles for the reciprocal transportation of prisoners, effective July 1, 2019, which shall continue indefinitely until terminated by either partyApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0602 132.Retroactive Grant Application/Award/Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs) for Central California Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force ProgramAgenda ItemRetroactively authorize the Sheriff’s previous submittal of an online grant application on behalf of the County, and ratify Sheriff’s execution of Grant Agreement Award Number 2016-MC-FX-K021 from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), for the Central California Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Program, effective October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2019, in the amount of $996,327; approve and authorize the Sheriff, on behalf of the County, to execute retroactive Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) in the attached form with Central California ICAC task force participating agencies, effective from date of signature until the federal funding for the grant ends; and Authorize the Sheriff, or designee, to sign claims for reimbursement, activity reports, amend the grant extensions, and add participating law enforcement, investigative, and prosecutorial agencies to the ICAC task forceApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0616 133.Budget Resolutions for Special Revenue FundsAgenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for Sheriff Org 3111 in the amount of $135,720 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations for HIDTA Asset Forfeiture Org 1462 in the amount of $80,720 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations for COPS Sheriff Front Line Services Org 31190100 in the amount of $20,000 (4/5 vote); and adopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations for COPS Sheriff Detention Org 31190200 in the amount of $35,000 (4/5 vote)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0497 134.Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for the Department of Agriculture and Internal Services DepartmentAgenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for Department of Agriculture Org. 4010 in the amount of $168,000 (4/5 vote)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-1397 135.Resolution Abolishing the Public Art Policy CommitteeAgenda ItemApprove Resolution abolishing the Public Art Policy Committee; and, direct the Department of Public Works and Planning to work in consultation with the County department head of the specific new capital project for a County building or remodeling project of an existing County building, in excess of $3 million, for the inclusion of public art, as deemed appropriate Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0585 136.Agreement with the Poverello House for Recidivism Reduction ServicesAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with Poverello House for recidivism reduction services, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022, not to exceed three years, and a total of $150,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0593 137.Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Mandated Partner Memorandum of Understanding - Fresno County Department of Social ServicesAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Fresno Regional Workforce Development Board (FRWDB) and the County of Fresno Department of Social Services for the provision of workforce development services, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022, total not to exceed $129,339Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0631 138.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
19-0647 139.Fresno Regional Workforce Development Board Application for Subsequent Local Area Designation and Local Board RecertificationAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute the Fresno Regional Workforce Development Board’s application through the California Workforce Development Board (State Board) for Local Board Certification for the period of July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2021Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0696 140.National Association of Counties Credentials Voting Form and Voting Delegate DesignationAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute the 2019 Credentials Voting Form, including the designation of Supervisor Magsig as the County’s voting delegate, for submission to the National Association of CountiesApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0590 141.Amendment II to Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agreement No. 17-94127Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the County Behavioral Health Director/Alcohol and Other Drug Program Administrator to execute Amendment A02 to Agreement No. 17-94127 with the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), including required certifications, for the provision of substance use disorder services to County residents, effective upon execution by DHCS, with no change in term to June 30, 2020 and increasing the maximum by $302,500 to a total of $14,320,536Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
17-1224 142.Psychiatric Inpatient Services with Community Medical Center dba Community Behavioral Health CenterAgenda 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 referral clients requiring acute inpatient psychiatric services to a licensed inpatient facility closest to Fresno County and the client’s family for the Department of Behavioral Health; and, approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Retroactive Agreement with Community Medical Center dba Community Behavioral Health Center for referral of adult mental health clients to mandated inpatient psychiatric services, effective July 1, 2018, not to exceed five consecutive years, which includes a three-year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed $22,775,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0473 143.Amendment II to Family Permanent Supportive Housing (Family Villa) AgreementAgenda ItemApprove and Authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment II to Agreement No. 14-262 with Turning Point of Central California, Inc. for Permanent Supportive Housing extending the term six months from July 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 and increasing the maximum by $37,960 to a total of $417,768Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0500 144.Department of Behavioral Health Budget ResolutionsAgenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations in the 1991 Realign-Behavioral Health Org 5245 in the amount of $9,000,000 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations in the Mental Health (EPSDT) Org 5637 in the amount of $4,000,000 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues in the Behavioral Health Org 56302007 in the amount of $13,000,000 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations in the Mental Health (Managed Care) Org 5636 in the amount of $3,000,000 (4/5 vote); Adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues in the Behavioral Health Org 56302666 in the amount of $3,000,000 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations in the Prop 36 Org 1060 in the amount of $75.57 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations in the Drug Medi-Cal County Admin Org 1064 in the amount of $15.72 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0503 145.Retroactive Amendments to Various Substance Use Disorder AgeementsAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute retroactive Amendment I to Master Agreement No. 18-694 for Substance Use Disorder Youth Treatment Services, effective January 1, 2019, with no change in term to June 30, 2023 and decreasing the maximum compensation by $513,333 to a total of $5,536,611; Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute retroactive Amendment I to Agreement No. 18-622 with Mental Health Systems, Inc., for Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Services for Incarcerated and Justice-Involved Youth, effective November 1, 2018, with no change in term to June 30, 2023 and increasing the maximum compensation by $513,333 to a total of $4,713,333; Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment I to Agreement No. 18-696 with Promesa Behavioral Health Inc. for rural substance use disorder services, effective January 1, 2019, with no change in term to June 30, 2021 and increasing the maximum compensation by $175,000 to a total of $695,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0562 146.Specialized Legal Services Agreement for Bond Counsel for Special ProjectsAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a specialized legal services agreement with Hawkins Delafield & Wood, LLP to act as bond counsel for special projects that may arise during FY 2019-20, effective July 1, 2019 (maximum compensation for services to be limited by amount appropriated by the Board in the FY 2019-20 budget, plus reimbursements from outside funding sources, if any)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0592 147.Addendum to MOU for Unit 04Agenda ItemApprove the Addendum to the Memorandum of Understanding regarding Lead Worker Differential for the Social Worker Aide II classification, effective June 3, 2019, as reflected in the AddendumApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0644 148.Salary Resolution Amendments, County Health Premium Contributions for Plan Year 2020, for Unrepresented, Management and Senior Management ClassificationsAgenda ItemApprove salary adjustments for Unrepresented (excluding Water/Wastewater Specialist II/III classifications and confidential classifications covered by Footnote “y”) and Management (excluding Deputy County Counsel I/II/III/IV/Senior) classifications, effective June 3, 2019, as reflected in Appendix “B”; and Approve administrative salary adjustments of 2% for Senior Management classifications (excluding the Chief Deputy District Attorney, Assistant District Attorney, Principal Deputy County Counsel, Chief County Counsel, Chief Defense Attorney, Assistant Public Defender, Department Heads and Elected Officials), effective June 3, 2019; and Approve the County Health Premium Contribution for Plan Year 2020 for Unrepresented and Management (including Senior Management) employees, effective December 16, 2019Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0650 149.Request to Defend Public Officer(s) or Employee(s)Agenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute Agreement to Defend Public Officers or Employees for: Michael Esquivel, Correctional Officer; Nidia Sanchez, Correctional Officer; Joe Rodriguez, Correctional Officer; Brian Pree, Correctional Officer, as named in Eastern District Court Case No: 1:18-CV-00590-AWI-EPG, Tiengkham Singanonh v. Rodriguez, et al. Risk Management claim No.: 10075Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-0732 150.Amendment and Restatement of the County of Fresno 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan DocumentAgenda ItemAdopt resolution amending and restating the County of Fresno 457(b) Deferred Compensation PlanApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0450 151.Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 13-417 with Great-West Trust Company, LLCAgenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute a retroactive First Amendment to Agreement No. 13-417 with Great-West Trust Company, LLC., reducing management fees effective February 1, 2019, and adding target retirement date options effective following executionApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0648 152.Amendment to Voiance AgreementAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment II to Agreement No. 17-189 with Voiance Language Services, LLC for telephonic interpretation services extending the term by one year from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020 and increasing the maximum by $592,450 to a total of $1,175,578 Sitting as the County of Fresno Board of Supervisors: Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment II to Agreement No. 17-189 with Voiance Language Services, LLC for telephonic interpretation services extending the term by one year from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020 and increasing the maximum by $592,450 to a total of $1,175,578 Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0604 153.Internal Services Department FY 2018-19 Year-End AdjustmentsAgenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for the Internal Services Department, Security Services - ISF Org 8970 in the amount of $170,000 for alarm service requests and parking rate increases (4/5 vote); and Adopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations for the Internal Services Department, Security Services - ISF Org 8970 in the amount of $160,000 for lighting upgrades at the Plaza parking structure (4/5 vote)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0448 154.Agreement with Carahsoft, Inc.Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with Carahsoft, Inc. for an Information Technology Service Management platform, 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 $1,500,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0563 155.Resolution to accept a monetary donation from Robin LopezAgenda ItemAdopt Resolution accepting and expressing gratitude for a monetary donation of $10,000 to support the Fresno County Public Library’s Summer Challenge program from current Chicago Bulls player Robin Lopez; and adopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for the County Library Book Fund Org 7521 in the amount of $10,000 (4/5 vote)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0544 156.Amendment to Agreement with California Department of Public Health for Project LAUNCHAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute retroactive Amendment II to Agreement No. 16-502 with California Department of Public Health, to revise the scope of work and funding for the Project LAUNCH (Linking and Addressing the Unmet Needs for Children’s Health) Program, effective July 1, 2017, extending the term by three months from June 30, 2019 to September 30, 2019 and decreasing the maximum compensation by $61,328 to a total of $306,640Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
18-0121 157.Farm and Ranch Solid Waste CleanupAgenda ItemAdopt revised Resolution (a) authorizing submittal of applications for Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup and Abatement Grant Program, administered by California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for a period of five years from date of adoption of said Resolution; and (b) authorizing Chairman to execute all grant agreements and amendments thereto; and, authorize Director of Department of Public Works and Planning, or designee, as designated Signature Authority for all other documents necessary to secure grant funding and implement grant-related activities Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0350 158.Award of Contract 18-21-C, Biola Sidewalk & Shoulder Improvement Project, ATPL-5942(276)Agenda ItemAdopt plans and specifications for Contract 18-21-C, Biola Sidewalk and Shoulder Improvement Project; Find that Witbro, Inc. dba Seal Rite Paving & Grading, 4237 W Swift Ave, Fresno, CA 93722, is the lowest responsible bidder for Contract 18-21-C, Biola Sidewalk and Shoulder Improvement Project, and that the deviations from strict bidding requirements in Seal Rite Paving & Grading’s bid are immaterial and hereby waived, in the discretion of the Board and in furtherance of the best interests of the County; and Award Contract 18-21-C, Biola Sidewalk and Shoulder Improvement Project to Seal Rite Paving & Grading as the lowest responsible bidder, in the amount of $486,403Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0502 159.Agreement with Quinn CompanyAgenda ItemMake a finding that it is in the best interest of the County to waive competitive bidding process under Administrative Policy No. 34 under the “unusual or extraordinary circumstances” exception in order to contract for landfill equipment maintenance and repair services with Quinn Company; and approve and authorize Chairman to execute an Agreement with Quinn Company for landfill equipment maintenance and repair services for a term of three years, beginning July 1, 2019, for a total of $3,000,000, subject to renewal for up to two additional one-year periods, for a potential cumulative maximum amount of $5,000,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0520 160.Amendment to Agreement 18-J-07 with Durham ConstructionAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute the First Amendment to Agreement No. 18-J-01 with Durham Construction Company, Inc., for remodel, maintenance, and repair projects, effective upon execution with no change in term and increasing the maximum by $3,400,000 to $4,900,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0533 161.Federal Apportionment Exchange and State Match Program Agreement X19-5942(295)Agenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute Agreement with California Department of Transportation, for FY 2018-2019 Optional Regional Surface Transportation Program Federal Apportionment Exchange and State Match Program to exchange $268,108 in Federal funds for an equal amount of non-Federal funds from State Highway Account, and claim $100,000 of State Match Program fundsApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0589 162.2019-2020 Exhibit 9-B Local Agency DBE Annual Submittal FormAgenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute Exhibit 9-B Local Agency Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Annual Submittal Form with California Department of Transportation for Federal FY 2019-2020Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0702 162.1Huntington Lake Road - Slope Repair - Beaver SlideAgenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution increasing the FY 2018-19 appropriations for the Public Works and Planning - Roads Org 4510 in the amount of $800,000 for the emergency repair of a section of Huntington Lake Road located three-quarters of a mile north of the town of Big Creek. (4/5 vote)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0697 162.2Blue Hills Disposal Facility Financial Assurance Amendment for Postclosure Permit RenewalAgenda ItemApprove and authorize Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector (and if he is not available, as determined by the County Administrative Officer, then Chairman and Director of Public Works and Planning, each, acting alone, is also so authorized): (a) to execute County’s Application for Amendment to Commercial/Standby Letter of Credit (the Application for Amendment) to authorize Bank of the West to amend its existing $1,468,124 Irrevocable Standby Letter of Credit (Letter of Credit), which has been issued to State of California Department of Toxics Substances Control (the DTSC), as beneficiary thereunder, so that Bank of the West may thereby issue to DTSC an amendment to increase Letter of Credit to $1,983,000 to satisfy DTSC’s revised financial assurance requirement for County’s post-closure care of the Blue Hills Disposal Facility (the DTSC Financial Assurance Requirement) (increase of County’s financial obligation: $514,876); and (b) to authorize, and/or approve and execute, any and all necessary documents, instruments, notices, and/or agreements, subject the review and approval ofApproved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0607 163.Agreement with Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, Inc. for domestic violence and human trafficking victim assistance servicesAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, Inc. for domestic violence and human trafficking victim assistance services, effective July 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, $3,545,145Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0618 164.Amendment I to Agreement A-17-423 Social Solutions Global, Inc. for Case Management Database Software as a ServiceAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment I to Agreement No. 17-423 with Social Solutions Global, Inc. for Case Management Database Software as a Service (SaaS), effective upon execution with no change in term to June 30, 2020 and increasing the maximum by $293,120 to a total of $666,270Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0624 165.Budget Resolution for 5248, 5610, and 6310Agenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for the Health and Welfare Trust Fund 0135, Family Support Org 5248 in the amount of $13,472,903 (4/5 vote); adopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for the Department of Social Services Org 5610 in the amount of $1,561,149 (4/5 vote); and, adopt Budget Resolution increasing FY 2018-19 appropriations and estimated revenues for the CalWORKs Org 6310 in the amount of $11,911,754 (4/5 vote)Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available
19-0638 166.Agreement w/ DFS for Social Services Printing & MailingAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with BIT California, LLC dba Document Fulfillment Services for printing and mailing services, effective July 1, 2019, not to exceed eight consecutive years, which includes a three-year base contract and one optional five-year extension, total not to exceed $28,800,000Approved as recommendedPass Action details Not available