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Tuesday, May 3, 2005

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

1.

9:00 a.m.

REGULAR AGENDA
CONSENT AGENDA

 

All items on the consent agenda are approved by one roll call motion unless a request is made at the beginning of the meeting that an item be withdrawn or transferred to the regular agenda. Any item on the regular agenda may be transferred to the consent agenda.

 

2.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

   

If your subject is not on the agenda, the President will recognize you at this time. Speakers are customarily limited to two minutes. A speaker’s slip is required.

MATTERS SET FOR SPECIFIED TIME

Times listed under this section are approximate. The Board makes every effort to adhere to the times listed, but in some cases, because of unexpected presentations, items may not be heard precisely at the time scheduled. In no case will any item be heard before the time it is scheduled.

 

3.

9:00 a.m.

Presentation by the Young Adult Second Hand Smoke Project (Supervisor Rose Jacobs Gibson)

     

4.

9:15 a.m.

Presentation of a proclamation designating May 2005 as Veterans Appreciation Month (Supervisor Jerry Hill)

 

Supporting Document

     

5.

9:15 a.m.

Presentation of a proclamation designating May 8 - 14, 2005 as National Hospital Week (Supervisor Jerry Hill)

     

6.

9:15 a.m.

Presentation of a proclamation designating May 6 - 12, 2005 as Nurses Week (Supervisor Jerry Hill)

     

7.

9:30 a.m.

Update on Jobs for Youth (Supervisor Adrienne Tissier)

     

8.

9:45 a.m.

Adopt a resolution joining the Statewide Community Infrastructure Program and authorizing the California Statewide Communities Development Authority to accept applications from property owners, conduct special assessment proceedings and levy assessments within the territories of the County of San Mateo (Supervisor Rich Gordon)

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

     

9.

10:00 a.m.

Hearing to consider a resolution approving: (Human Services Agency)

   

A)

The FY 2005-06 Annual Action Plan for the use of federal funds provided under three entitlement programs, CDBG, ESG and HOME

   

B)

The Fair Housing Action Plan and authorizing the submission of required certifications to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development

 

1)

Report and recommendation

 

2)

Close hearing

 

3)

Adopt the resolution

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

 

Supporting Document Attachment

 

Supporting Document Attachment

   

10.

10:30 a.m.

Presentation of a proclamation designating May 2005 as Mental Health Month (Supervisor Rich Gordon)

 

Supporting Document

REGULAR AGENDA

PUBLIC WORKS

11.

Resolution extending Sections 7.06.010 through 7.06.040 and Section 7.08.090 of the Ordinance Code for one year in order to continue to restrict traffic movements in the University Park area until the improvements to the Sand Hill/Santa Cruz Avenue area are completed by Stanford

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

COUNTY MANAGER

12.

Accept the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for FYs 2004-06 from the Government Finance Officer’s Association

 

Supporting Document

   

13.

County Manager’s report:

 

A)

Resolution amending the 2005-2006 Legislative Session Program regarding mandate and financing for mental health services to special education students (AB 3632)

 

B)

Resolution in opposition of AB 667 (Jones) regarding child support enforcement

 

C)

Resolution in support of AB 867 (Liu) regarding vote by mail

 

D)

Resolution in opposition of AB 1697 (Pavley) regarding day care centers licensure location

 

E)

Resolution in support of SB 797 (Romero) regarding marijuana possession penalty

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

14.

Resolution authorizing: (Supervisor Rich Gordon and Supervisor Jerry Hill) (continued from the meeting of April 26, 2005)

 

A)

A long-term cooperative agreement with the City of Redwood City for a license and grant of easement for the use, at less than fair market value, of real property at 2200 Broadway, Redwood City, in support of the historical renovation of the Old Courthouse and development of a public plaza to be known as “Courthouse Square”

 

B)

The County Manager or his designee, to accept, execute and/or agree to on behalf of the County, any and all amendments, notices, consents, approvals, easements, and documents in connection with the agreement in order to comply with the intent of the resolution and the agreement

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

 

Supporting Document Agreement

 

Supporting Document Attachment

 

Supporting Document Attachment

   

15.

Resolution establishing a smoking policy for the exterior areas of certain County owned buildings that are subject to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design requirements (Supervisor Jerry Hill and Supervisor Rose Jacobs Gibson)

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

   

16.

Board members’ committee reports

CONSENT AGENDA

All items on the consent agenda are approved by one roll call motion unless a request is made at the beginning of the meeting that an item be withdrawn or transferred to the regular agenda. Any item on the regular agenda may be transferred to the consent agenda.

ASSESSOR-COUNTY CLERK-RECORDER

17.

Resolution authorizing an agreement with the California Department of Finance to continue participation in the State-County Property Tax Administration Grant Program for assessment activities for FY 2004-05, in the amount of $2,220,001, no Net County Cost

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

 

Supporting Document Agreement

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

18.

Approval of a letter to the Department of Fish and Game in support of a grant submitted on behalf of FishNet 4C (Supervisor Rich Gordon)

   

19.

Resolution honoring Ned Brasher upon his retirement from San Mateo County (Supervisor Rich Gordon)

 

Supporting Document

   

20.

Resolution honoring the Service League of San Mateo County upon the occasion of its 19th Annual Community Prayer Breakfast (Supervisor Rich Gordon)

 

Supporting Document

   

21.

Proclamation designating May 2005 as Older Americans Month (Supervisor Adrienne Tissier)

 

Supporting Document

   

22.

Ratification of a resolution honoring Crystal Springs Uplands School (CSUS) Parent Association for 25 years of supporting the CSUS community through its annual Mansion Madcap Auction (Supervisor Adrienne Tissier)

 

Supporting Document

   

23.

Ratification of a resolution honoring Daly City’s Make a Difference Day Program upon receiving the 2005 USA Weekend Magazine Award (Supervisor Adrienne Tissier)

 

Supporting Document

CONTROLLER

24.

Resolution authorizing an amendment to the agreement with Leckey Consulting, LLC to provide training and acceptance testing services related to the County’s Integrated Financial Accounting System, increasing the amount by $25,000 to $290,500

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

 

Supporting Document Agreement

COUNTY MANAGER

25.

Resolution implementing the provisions of Government Code 31479.1 in San Mateo County relative to retirement credit for City Council service

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

   

26.

Resolution extending the continuing state of emergency due to the series of winter storms in the South San Francisco and La Honda areas

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

   

27.

Revision Order No. 16 related to the San Mateo County Youth Services Center with Turner Construction Company, increasing the amount by $448,436 to $121,538,110

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Revision Order

 

Supporting Document Revision Order Breakdown

EMPLOYEE AND PUBLIC SERVICES

28.

Introduction of an ordinance amending the salary ordinance and accepting the report on the total number of positions in the County, and waiver of reading the ordinance in its entirety

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Ordinance

 

Supporting Document Report

HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY

29.

Resolution:

 

A)

Waiving the Request for Proposal process and authorizing an agreement with Trilogy Integrated Resources, LLC to maintain the Network of Care website for Aging and Adult Services and Mental Health Services for the term of May 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006, in the amount of $121,600, no Net County Cost

 

B)

Authorizing the Director of Health Services to execute subsequent amendments and minor modifications, in an amount not to exceed $25,000

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

 

Supporting Document Agreement

   

30.

Resolution authorizing an amendment to the agreement with the Peninsula Healthcare District to provide funding for the Children’s Health Initiative, extending the term through December 31, 2005, increasing the amount by $682,250 to $1,432,250

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

 

Supporting Document Agreement

HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

31.

Resolution waiving the Request for Proposal process and authorizing an amendment to the agreement with the City of San Carlos for shuttle services to PeninsulaWorks San Carlos, increasing the amount by $83,916 to $178,672, no Net County Cost

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

 

Supporting Document Agreement

PUBLIC WORKS

32.

Resolution adopting plans and specifications, determining prevailing wage scales and calling for sealed proposals for the Anderson Bridge Railing Repair Project, Pescadero Creek Road, Loma Mar area

 

(Tuesday, May 24, 2005 at 2:30 p.m.)

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

 

Supporting Document Attachment

   

33.

Resolution awarding a contract to Half Moon Bay Grading & Paving, Inc. for the reconstruction of portions of Camino De Los Robles and Barney Avenue, West Menlo Park area, in the amount of $355,700

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

   

34.

Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for additional federal funds through a Program Supplement with the California Department of Transportation to help finance preliminary engineering and studies associated with constructing a replacement bridge on Crystal Springs Dam, San Mateo area

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Resolution

   

35.

Adoption of an ordinance:

 

A)

Amending Section 7.44.010 to define disabled parking zones and provide that said zones will be established by Board resolution

 

B)

Repealing Sections 7.44.020 through 7.44.180 which will eliminate the listing of disabled parking zones in the Ordinance Code, previously introduced and waiver of reading the ordinance in its entirety

 

Supporting Document Board Memo

 

Supporting Document Ordinance