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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final-Revised
Meeting date/time: 8/20/2019 9:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Hall of Records
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19-0958 11.Approve AgendaAgenda ItemApprove Agenda   Not available Video Video
19-0959 12.Approve Consent AgendaAgenda ItemApprove Consent Agenda - Item Numbers 14 - 47   Not available Video Video
19-0998 13.Proposed property tax rebates for Darling Ingredients, Inc.Agenda ItemDiscuss proposed property tax rebate for Darling Ingredients, Inc. relocation of facility from 795 W. Belgravia Ave., in Fresno, to the corner of Jensen and Cornelia avenues in the City of Fresno, and development of an economic development incentive program and provide direction to staff, if necessary   Not available Video Video
19-0884 14.Determination of Public Convenience or Necessity on Application for Alcoholic Beverage License Type 20 for H&S Business Center, Inc.Agenda ItemConsider and take action on request for determination of public convenience or necessity on application for Alcoholic Beverage License Type 20 filed by H&S Business Center, Inc. 77 S Academy Ave., Sanger, CA, 93657-2133   Not available Video Video
19-0872 15.Amendment to Master Schedule of Frees, 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 September 10, 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)   Not available Video Video
19-0950 16.Coordination with High Speed Rail AuthorityAgenda ItemReceive report from Department of Public Works and Planning regarding coordination with California High Speed Rail Authority addressing impacts on Fresno County owned and operated transportation facilities from construction of new railway and associated facilities; and direct Department of Public Works and Planning staff to initiate amendment to Cooperative Agreement No. 13-767 between Fresno County and California High Speed Rail Authority to provide greater detail and clarity relating to scope, schedule, cost, and coordination of work pertaining to specific County facilities and return to your Board for final action   Not available Video Video
19-0961 17.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)   Not available Video Video
19-0960 18.Board AppointmentsAgenda ItemBoard Appointments - Receive Boards, Commissions and Committees Vacancy Report; and Appoint Applicants as necessary   Not available Video Video
19-0962 19.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   Not available Video Video
19-0797 110.Conference with legal counselAgenda ItemConference with legal counsel – Significant Exposure to Litigation; Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(2) - 2 Cases    Not available Not available
19-0799 111.Conference with legal counselAgenda ItemConference with legal counsel - Initiation of Litigation; Government Code, section 54956.9(d)(4) - 2 Cases   Not available Not available
19-0880 112.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   Not available Not available
19-1001 113.Closed SessionAgenda ItemConference with Labor Negotiator (Government Code, section 54957.6): Agency Negotiator: Joy Cronin; Employee Organization: SEIU-Local 2015 - Hours, Wages and Terms and Conditions of Employment    Not available Not available
19-0963 114.Action Summary MinutesAgenda ItemApprove minutes of meeting for August 6, 2019   Not available Not available
19-1024 115.Adjourn in memory of Adrian Nijmeddin who will be remembered as a loving son, brother, friend and U.S. Army Veteran.Agenda ItemAdjourn in memory of Adrian Nijmeddin who will be remembered as a loving son, brother, friend and U.S. Army Veteran   Not available Not available
19-1025 116.Adjourn in memory of Thomas J. DeLany a passionate family man, community leader and entrepreneur.Agenda ItemAdjourn in memory of Thomas J. DeLany a passionate family man, community leader and entrepreneur   Not available Not available
19-1035 117.Adjourn in MemoryAgenda ItemAdjourn in memory of Kenneth Abrahamian who will be remembered as a community leader, World War II Navy veteran as well as a Rolinda farmer, plumber and pipefitter   Not available Not available
19-1034 117.1Adjourn in Memory of John Carbray, founder of Fresno Grizzlies, who led the charge to bring Triple-A baseball to Fresno.Agenda ItemAdjourn in Memory of John Carbray, founder of Fresno Grizzlies, who led the charge to bring Triple-A baseball to Fresno   Not available Not available
19-0934 118.Approve Resolution to Establish Tax Rates and Levy Taxes for the Fiscal Year 2019-20Agenda ItemAdopt a resolution establishing tax rates, and levying taxes on the secured roll, for the Countywide rate of one percent, voter approved indebtedness, ad valorem taxes for revenue districts, and unitary taxes in Fresno County for the Fiscal Year 2019-20   Not available Not available
19-0800 119.Fresno County Audit Committee Minutes from the February 8, 2019 and April 19, 2019 meetingsAgenda ItemReceive and file the Fresno County Audit Committee Minutes from the February 8, 2019 and April 19, 2019 meetings   Not available Not available
19-0931 120.Annual Report of the Real Estate Fraud Prosecution ProgramAgenda ItemReceive and file annual report of the Real Estate Fraud Prosecution program pursuant to California Government Code Section 27388   Not available Not available
19-0943 121.Federal Asset Forfeiture Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification FY 2018-19Agenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute an Equitable Sharing Agreement with the Federal Government authorizing the District Attorney’s Office to participate in the Federal Equitable Sharing Program from September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2020, and certifying as to funds received and expended during FY 2018-19; and authorize the District Attorney to submit the Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification and any and all “Applications for Transfer of Federally Forfeited Property (Form DAG-71)” as appropriate, and any related documents, as necessary, and designate a department employee to accept forfeited property, transfer documents, and/or receive funds   Not available Not available
19-0510 122.Retroactive Agmt. w/ RRM Reyna for Decedent Removal Services.Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive Agreement with RR-M Reyna Inc., for decedent removal services, effective May 16, 2019, which includes a three-year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed $1,230,000   Not available Not available
19-0957 123.Agreement and Annual Certification Report with Federal Government for the Sheriff’s Office to participate in the Federal Equitable Sharing ProgramAgenda ItemApprove and authorize Chairman to execute an Equitable Sharing Agreement with the Federal Government authorizing the Sheriff’s Office to participate in the Federal Equitable Sharing Program from September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2020 and certifying as to funds received and expended during FY 2018-19; and authorize the Sheriff to submit Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification and any and all “Applications for Transfer of Federally Forfeited Property (DAG-71)” as appropriate and authorize the Sheriff to designate a Sheriff employee to accept forfeited property, transfer documents, and/or receive money   Not available Not available
19-0935 124.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 hazard   Not available Not available
19-0938 125.Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Local Plan Program Year 2017-2021, Two Year ModificationAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act biennial updates to the Local Plan for Program Years 2017-2021   Not available Not available
19-0866 126.Master Agreement for Specialized Residential Mental Health ServicesAgenda 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 only one licensed facility will provide specialized residential mental health services and agree to the terms and conditions of the agreement; approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Master Agreement for Specialized Residential Mental Health Services for seriously emotionally disturbed youth and adults with severe mental illness, 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 $27,500,000; and, authorize the Director of the Department of Behavioral Health, or designee, to add and/or delete providers to the recommended Master Agreement   Not available Not available
19-0932 127.Agreement for Third Opinion Pre-Employment Psychological EvaluationsAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute retroactive Amended and Restated Agreement to Purchasing Agreement P-16-162-L with Kent Kawagoe, Ph.D. to perform third opinion psychological evaluations, effective April 12, 2016 through April 11, 2020 with the provision of one (1) additional one (1) year renewal period based on the mutual written consent of all parties ($249,900)   Not available Not available
19-0969 128.Reinstate “Student Worker” ClassificationAgenda ItemApprove Salary Resolution reinstating and retitling the Student Worker job classification, effective August 26, 2019 ($0)   Not available Not available
18-0826 129.Resolution Accepting Non-Monetary Donation from the City of ReedleyAgenda ItemAdopt Resolution accepting the non-monetary donation of two vacant real property parcels located at 1813 11th Street, Reedley, CA 93654 (collectively, “the Real Property”), with a combined appraised value of $146,500, and expressing gratitude to the City of Reedley; authorize the Director of Internal Services/Chief Information Officer to consummate the County’s acceptance of the Real Property as follows: prepare and provide any correspondence or notice to the City of Reedley, to accompany the Board’s Adopted resolution, to approve execute, and record in the Office of the County Recorder any grant deeds and related certificates of acceptance, acknowledgements, instruments, notices, or other documents reflecting the transfer of title of the Real Property to the County, and execute any other necessary documents, all as he deems necessary and appropriate in the best interest of the County, and all subject to approval by County Counsel as to legal form; approve the addition of the donated Real Property to the County Asset Management System; direct staff to initiate and pursue environmenta   Not available Not available
19-0867 130.Retroactive Amended and Restated Agreement with Silicon Valley Fire, Inc.Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive Amended and Restated Agreement with Silicon Valley Fire, Inc., replace, restate, and supersede existing and previously amended Purchasing Agreement No. P-17-013-T for fire extinguisher inspections, maintenance, and training services, effective January 26, 2017, not to exceed five consecutive years, which includes a three-year base contract and two optional one-year extensions, and increasing the maximum by $61,000, to a total not to exceed $160,000   Not available Not available
19-0937 131.Agreement with IBM SecurityAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with IBM Security, a wholly owned subsidiary of Internal Business Machines Corporation, for database auditing software, 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 $2,500,000   Not available Not available
19-0865 132.Federal Asset Forfeiture Equitable Sharing Agreement FY 2018-19Agenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Equitable Sharing Agreement with the Federal Government authorizing the Probation Department to participate in the Federal Equitable Sharing Program from September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2020, and certifying as to funds received and expended during FY 2018-19; and authorize the Chief Probation Officer to submit Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification and any and all “Application for Transfer of Federally Forfeited Property (Form DAG-71),” and other required documents, as appropriate, and authorize the Chief Probation Officer to designate a department employee to accept forfeited property, transfer documents, and/or receive money   Not available Not available
19-0461 133.Execute Agreement with Community Medical Centers for Comprehensive Hospital ServicesAgenda 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 mandated inpatient hospital services, emergency care, outpatient clinic, and professional medical services for the County’s Medically Indigent Services Program; and, approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Agreement with Community Medical Centers for mandated inpatient hospital services, emergency care, outpatient clinic, and professional medical services for the County’s Medically Indigent Services Program, effective August 20, 2019, not to exceed ten consecutive years, which includes a three-year base contract and seven optional one-year extensions, total not to exceed $23,477,320   Not available Not available
19-0824 134.Agreement with City of Sanger and Sequoia Safety Council, Inc. for Paramedic Ambulance ServicesAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive Agreement with City of Sanger for paramedic ambulance 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 $84,375; and, approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive Agreement with Sequoia Safety Council, Inc. for paramedic ambulance 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 $140,000   Not available Not available
19-0848 135.Retroactive Amendment to Agreements for Emergency Medical Services Administration with the Counties of Kings and MaderaAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a retroactive Fourth Amendment to Agreement No. 90-257 with the County of Kings, for Emergency Medical Services Administration to modify compensation terms, effective May 21, 2019 with no change in the unlimited renewals and increasing the annual maximum by $12,452 to $53,875; and, a retroactive Fourth Amendment to Agreement No. 90-258 with the County of Madera, for Emergency Medical Services Administration to modify compensation terms, effective May 7, 2019 with no change in the unlimited renewals and increasing the annual maximum by $12,452 to $53,875   Not available Not available
19-0279 136.Adopt a Resolution to Initiate the Formation for County Service Area No. 34 Zone GAgenda ItemAdopt Resolution initiating formation proceedings for County Service Area No. 34 Zone G, which will be known as “Granville,” to include Tentative Tract Map No. 6189 and set public hearing on October 8, 2019, at 9:00 a.m., or as soon after as practicable, to consider proposed formation, subject property is located on south side of Millerton Road, west of Marina Drive within CSA 34   Not available Not available
19-0293 137.Adopt Resolution to Initiate and ROI for CSA 34G Local Assessments TT 4968 - C34 Zone GAgenda ItemAdopt and authorize Chairman to execute Resolution initiating assessment proceedings under Uniform Standby Charge Procedures Act for local water and sewer utility system ready-to-serve operations and maintenance, under Chapter 2 of Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972 for street lighting, and public landscape maintenance, and under Benefit Assessment Act of 1982 for storm drainage and road maintenance, all for County Service Area No. 34 proposed Zone G, which will be known as “Granville,” appointing and designating an assessment engineer, and directing preparation and filing of Engineer’s Report; and adopt and authorize Chairman to execute Resolution declaring intention to levy assessment under Uniform Standby Charge Procedures Act for local water and sewer utility system ready-to-serve operations and maintenance, under Chapter 2 of Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972 for street lighting and public right-of-way landscape maintenance, and under Benefit Assessment Act of 1982 for storm drainage and road maintenance, all for County Service Area No. 34, proposed Zone G, which will be kn   Not available Not available
19-0296 138.Resolution Initiating Assessment Proceedings for County Service Area 34 (Millerton New Town) for Water Contract Administration and Ready-To-Serve Millerton Lake Pump MaintenanceAgenda ItemAdopt and authorize Chairman to execute Resolution initiating proceedings to re-apportion and re-levy part of benefit assessment previously levied under Uniform Standby Charge Procedures Act for water contract administration and Millerton Lake Pump ready-to-serve maintenance for County Service Area No. 34 (Millerton New Town) and setting public hearing on October 8, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., or as soon after as practicable to conduct protest hearing and assessment ballot proceedings   Not available Not available
19-0406 139.Adopt a Resolution to Initiate the Formation of County Service Area No. 34 Zone FAgenda ItemAdopt Resolution initiating formation proceedings for County Service Area No. 34 Zone F, which will be known as “The Vistas,” to include Tentative Tract Map No. 4934, APN 300-542-13S, and set public hearing on October 8, 2019, at 9:00 a.m., or as soon as practicable, to consider proposed formation, subject property is located on south side of Millerton Road, west of Marina Drive within CSA 34   Not available Not available
19-0407 140.Adopt Resolution to Initiate and ROI for CSA 34F Local Assessments TT 4934 - C34 Zone FAgenda ItemAdopt and authorize Chairman to execute Resolution initiating assessment proceedings under Uniform Standby Charge Procedures Act for local water and sewer utility system ready-to-serve operations and maintenance, under Chapter 2 of Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972 for street lighting, and public landscape maintenance, and under Benefit Assessment Act of 1982 for storm drainage and road maintenance, all for County Service Area No. 34 proposed Zone F, which will be known as “The Vistas,” appointing and designating assessment engineer, and directing preparation and filing of an Engineer’s Report; and adopt and authorize Chairman to execute Resolution declaring intention to levy an assessment under the Uniform Standby Charge Procedures Act for local water and sewer utility system ready-to-serve operations and maintenance; under Chapter 2 of Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972 for street lighting, and public right-of-way landscape maintenance; and under Benefit Assessment Act of 1982 for storm drainage and road maintenance, all for County Service Area No. 34, proposed Zone F, which w   Not available Not available
19-0860 141.Rescission of Agricultural Land Conservation Contract Nos. 1384 and 2607 and Simultaneous Entry into New Agricultural Land Conservation Contract Nos. 8331 and 8332Agenda ItemAdopt Resolution approving Rescission of Agricultural Land Conservation Contract Nos. 1384 and 2607 and simultaneous entry into new Agricultural Land Conservation Contract Nos. 8331 and 8332, pursuant to Government Code Section 51257; and authorize recording of new Contracts following signature by the Chairman, subject properties are located on west side of S. Westlawn Avenue, between W. Manning Avenue and W. Kamm Avenue, approximately four miles southwest of unincorporated community of Raisin City    Not available Not available
19-0777 142.Joint Powers Agreement to form the Central Delta-Mendota Groundwater Sustainability Agency within the Delta-Mendota Groundwater Subbasin and County Member of the Board of Directors DesignationAgenda ItemAdopt and authorize the Chairman to execute Resolution Authorizing the County of Fresno’s Adoption of the Central Delta-Mendota Groundwater Sustainability Agency Joint Powers Authority for implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act within the Delta-Mendota Groundwater Subbasin; approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Joint Powers Agreement for implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act for the Central Delta-Mendota Groundwater Sustainability Agency within the Delta-Mendota Groundwater subbasin; and, designate District 4 Supervisor as Director, District 1 Supervisor as First Alternate, and Department of Public Works and Planning’s Senior Engineer, Augustine Ramirez, as Second Alternate to serve as a member of the Board of Directors for the Central Delta-Mendota Groundwater Sustainability Agency   Not available Not available
19-0923 143.Award Contract 19-06-C, Wahtoke Creek at Lincoln Bridge ReplacementAgenda ItemAdopt plans and specifications and award Contract 19-06-C, Wahtoke Creek on Lincoln Avenue Bridge Replacement Project, Federal Project No. BRLO-5942(212) to lowest bidder, American Paving Company, 315 N. Thorne Avenue, Fresno, in amount of $1,741,429.10   Not available Not available
19-0948 144.Agreements with Little Bear Solar Nos. 1, 3, 4, and 5 for Approved Photovoltaic FacilityAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute a Reclamation Agreement with project applicants: Little Bear 1, LLC, to implement a condition of approval of Unclassified Conditional Use Permit (UCUP) No. 3550 for a portion of the solar photovoltaic electricity generating facility (Solar Facility), effective August 20, 2019 ($1,216,380); Little Bear 3, LLC, to implement a condition of approval of Unclassified CUP No. 3551 for a portion of the Solar Facility, effective August 20, 2019 to August 19, 2049 ($608,190); Reclamation Agreement with Little Bear 4, LLC, to implement a condition of approval of UCUP No. 3552 for a portion of the Solar Facility, effective August 20, 2019 to August 19, 2049 ($1,520,475); two Reclamation Agreements with Little Bear 5, LLC, to implement a condition of approval of UCUP Nos. 3553 and 3577 for a portion of the Solar Facility, effective August 20, 2019 to August 19, 2049 ($1,520,475); Road Repair Agreement with Little Bear 1, 3, 4, and 5 LLCs, effective August 20, 2019 to August 19, 2049 ($100,000); Owner Reimbursement Agreement with Little Bear 1, 3, 4,    Not available Not available
19-1031 144.1Tobacco AllocationAgenda ItemAdopt Budget Resolution decreasing appropriations for Fund 0400 Capital Projects - Juvenile Justice Campus Org 8830 in the amount of $128,374.99 from the proceeds of Tobacco Settlement Asset-Backed Bonds, Subordinate Series 2006 (2006 Tobacco Securitization Bonds), currently on deposit in the County’s Endowment Fund, that were originally committed for a Juvenile Justice Campus Waste Water Treatment Plant Lift Station Screen project (the WWTP Project), and cancelling such amount originally committed for the WWTP Project; and, preliminarily earmarking proceeds of 2006 Tobacco Securitization Bonds, currently on deposit in the County’s Endowment Fund, in the amount of $1,082,938.64 for a portion of the cost of the Sheriff’s Area 2 Substation   Not available Not available
19-0946 145.Agreement with WestCare California, Inc. for Home Safe Homeless Prevention ServicesAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with WestCare California, Inc. for case management and short-term financial assistance for the Adult Protective Services Home Safe Program, effective August 20, 2019 through June 30, 2020, with one optional one-year extension, total not to exceed $583,570   Not available Not available
19-0954 146.Amendment to Agreement with Housing Authority of the County of Fresno for CalWORKs Housing Support Program ServicesAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment IV to Agreement No. 15-072 with the Housing Authority of the County of Fresno for California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids Housing Support Program services, effective upon execution, extending the term by six months from September 1, 2019 to February 29, 2020 and increasing the maximum by $356,878 to a total of $4,581,045   Not available Not available
19-0955 147.Agreement with the California Department of Social Services for Data Privacy and Security and the California Department of Health Care Services for Medi-Cal Privacy and SecurityAgenda ItemApprove and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with the California Department of Social Services to ensure the security and privacy of Personally Identifiable Information, effective upon execution by both parties, through September 1, 2022 with an option to extend the agreement for up to six-months ($0); and approve and authorize the Chairman to execute an Agreement with the California Department of Health Care Services to ensure the security and privacy of Medi-Cal Personally Identifiable Information, effective upon execution by both parties, through September 1, 2022 with an option to extend the agreement for up to six-months ($0)   Not available Not available