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Meeting Name: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Agenda status: Approved
Meeting date/time: 9/11/2018 9:00 AM Minutes status: Approved  
Meeting location: JOSEPH CENTENO BETTERAVIA GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, BOARD HEARING ROOM 511 EAST LAKESIDE PARKWAY, SANTA MARIA
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18-00007  Agenda ItemCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION (Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code section 54956.9) In the Matter of Santa Barbara County, Provider Number TCM42, Fiscal Period Ended 6/30/12, State of California Health and Human Services Agency, Department of Health Care Services, Audits and Investigations Targeted Case Management case number TC18-0612-803L-CL. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Paragraph (4) of subdivision (d) of Government Code section 54956.9) Deciding whether to initiate civil litigation: three cases. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS [Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors, sitting as the Board of Directors of the Santa Barbara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District] (Government Code section 54956.8) Property: Assessor’s Parcel Number 007-120-036, 640 Randall Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93108 (First Supervisorial District). Agency negotiators: General Services Director Janette D. Pell and Public Works Director Scott D. McGolpin. Negotiating parties: Ronald J. Daniels and Joanne D. Rosen  Action details Not available
18-00731 A-1)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding establishing property tax rates and levying taxes for Fiscal Year 2018-2019, as follows: a) Adopt a Resolution establishing the property tax rates and levying taxes for the taxing agencies in the County of Santa Barbara for the Fiscal Year 2018-2019; and b) Determine that the above actions are not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) per CEQA Guidelines Section 15378(b)(5), because they are government fiscal activities which do not involve commitment to any specific project which may result in potentially significant physical impact on the environment.Pass Action details Not available
18-00707 A-2)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding a first Amendment to the Contract with American Baptist Homes of the West dba Valle Verde Retirement Community, Fiscal Years (FYs) 2017-2020, as follows: a) Approve, ratify, and authorize the Chair to execute a First Amendment to the Agreement for Services of Independent Contractor with American Baptist Homes of the West dba Valle Verde Retirement Community (a local vendor) for provision of meals for the Psychiatric Health Facility and Crisis Stabilization Unit, to revise the contract language effective July 1, 2018 for FY 2018-2020 but with no change to the original maximum contract amount through June 30, 2020; and b) Determine that the above actions are organizational and administrative activities of government that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment, and are therefore not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to section 15378(b)(5) of the CEQA guidelines.Pass Action details Not available
18-00725 A-3)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding Mental Health Plan (MHP) Agreement No. 12-89394 for Fiscal Years (FYs) 2013-2017 Amendment A01 and Agreement No. 17-94613 for FYs 2017-2022, as follows: a) Approve, ratify and authorize the Director of Behavioral Wellness or designee to execute the First Amendment to the FYs 2013-2018 MHP Agreement No. 12-89394 with the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) to revise the contract end date from June 30, 2018 to June 30, 2017; b) Approve, ratify and authorize the Director of Behavioral Wellness to execute a new retroactive $0 five-year County MHP Agreement No. 17-94613 with the California DHCS for the provision of Medi-Cal Specialty Mental Health Services for the period of July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2022; c) Consider and approve Behavioral Wellness, through subsequent Board action, amending only the active FY 2018-2019 Mental Health providers’ contracts for the provision of Medi-Cal Specialty Mental Health Services and not pursuing retroactive amendments to expired FY 2017-2018 provider contracts; and d) Determine that the Pass Action details Not available
18-00716 A-4)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding a 2018 Update and Annual Adjustment of Affordable Housing In-Lieu Fees and Inclusionary Housing Requirements, as follows: a) Receive and file a 2018 Update and Annual Adjustment of Affordable Housing In-Lieu Fees and Inclusionary Housing Requirements, which provides the Board with (1) an annual update and adjustments to the County’s in-lieu inclusionary housing fees, and (2) an update and adjustments of the County’s inclusionary housing requirements; and b) Determine that the receipt and filing of annual updates and adjustments to Inclusionary Housing Requirements and In-Lieu Inclusionary Housing Fees are exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guideline section 15061(b)(3), finding that the activities are covered by the general rule that CEQA applies only to projects which have the potential for causing a significant effect on the environment, and where it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that the activities in question may have a significant effect on the environment, the activitiesPass Action details Video Video
18-00719 A-5)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding the submission of Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Applications to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), as follows: a) Authorize the Community Services Director or designee to submit project applications, a written commitment of General Fund match in the amount of $54,909.00, and all certifications, standard forms, and other related documents to HUD for FY 2018 CoC Program Competition funding in the total amount of $350,308.00 for HMIS, HMIS Expansion I, HMIS Consolidation, Santa Barbara County CoC Planning, and Coordinated Entry System (collectively, the “CoC Projects”); b) Authorize the Community Services Director or designee to execute 2018 CoC Program Grant Agreements and Scopes of Work with HUD for the CoC Projects in a form substantially similar to the FY 2017 CoC grant agreements approved by the Board on July 17, 2018; and c) Determine that the recommended actions are not the acceptance and approval of a project that is subject to environmental review under the California Environmental QuaPass Action details Not available
18-00706 A-6)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding Mitigation Fee Act Annual Review for the Carpinteria-Summerland Fire Protection District, as follows: a) Receive and file the 2018 Annual Review of the Carpinteria-Summerland Fire Protection District’s Fire Protection Mitigation Fees; and b) Find the proposed action is an administrative activity of the County, which will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment and is therefore not a “project” as defined for purposes of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under State CEQA Guidelines Section 15378(b)(5).Pass Action details Not available
18-00714 A-7)Agenda ItemApprove Budget Revision Requests (SEE EXHIBIT A POSTED WITH AGENDA). (4/5 Vote Required)Pass Action details Not available
18-00012 A-8)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding re-ratification of the Proclamation of Local Emergency caused by drought conditions, last action October 9, 2018, (Thirty-Day Renewal), as follows: a) Adopt a Resolution re-ratifying the Proclamation of Local Emergency Caused by Drought Conditions that exist in Santa Barbara County pursuant to Government Code Section 8630(c); b) Direct the Office of Emergency Management to return within 30 days for re-ratification of the Emergency until such a time that weather and water supply conditions dictate otherwise; and c) Determine that this project was found by your Board to be exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant State CEQA Guidelines Sections 15061(b) (3) and 15269(a), and that the proposed actions are within the scope of the prior CEQA exemption.Pass Action details Not available
18-00092 A-9)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding the Thomas Fire/Storm Incident Update and Local Proclamation re-ratification, as follows: a) Adopt a Resolution re-ratifying the Proclamations of Local Emergencies related to the Thomas Fire and subsequent Storm Emergency declared by the Director of Emergency Services on December 8, 2017, and January 8, 2018, respectively, when the Board of Supervisors was not in session, pursuant to Government Code Section 8550 et. seq. and Chapter 12, Section 12-5(a) of the Santa Barbara County Code, now combined and re-named Thomas Fire/Storm Incident; b) Direct the Office of Emergency Management to return within 30 days for re-ratification of the Emergency until such time that the response and recovery conditions dictate otherwise; and c) Determine the above actions are not a “Project” within the meaning of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), pursuant to Section 15378(b)(5) of the CEQA Guidelines, because the actions consist of organizational or administrative activities of the government that will not result in direct or indirect physical Pass Action details Not available
18-00603 A-10)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding the Holiday Fire Termination of the Proclamation of Local Emergency, as follows: a) Adopt a Resolution in accordance with Government Code Section 8630(c), terminating the Proclamation of a Local Emergency for the Holiday Fire Emergency declared by the Director of Emergency Services on July 7, 2018, and initially ratified by the Board of Supervisors on July 10, 2018; and b) Determine the above action is not a “Project” within the meaning of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), pursuant to Section 15378(b)(5) of the CEQA Guidelines, because the actions consist of organizational or administrative activities of the government that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment.Pass Action details Not available
18-00733 A-11)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding false alarm cost recovery options, as follows: a) Receive and file a report outlining false alarm cost recovery options; b) Refer the implementation of a Verified Response protocol to the Sheriff’s Office; and c) Determine that the above actions are not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15378(b)(4) of the CEQA guidelines.Pass Action details Video Video
18-00710 A-12)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding a First Amendment to the Agreement for Services of Contractor on Payroll for Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Coordinator for Fiscal Year 2018-2019, as follows: a) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute the First Amendment to the Agreement for Services of Contractor on Payroll with Claudia Dato as Coordinator for the SART, for the period of September 11, 2018 through June 30, 2019, for a new contract amount not to exceed $80,000.00; and b) Determine that the above action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15378(b)(4), because it consists of government funding mechanisms or other government fiscal activities, which do not involve any commitment to any specific project which may result in a potentially significant physical impact on the environment.Pass Action details Not available
18-00723 A-13)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding a Grant Award from the California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) for the Child Advocacy Center (KC) Grant, as follows: (4/5 Vote Required) a) Approve, ratify, and authorize the District Attorney to execute a Grant Agreement with the California Office of Emergency Services accepting the Child Advocacy Center (KC) grant award for the period of April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019 in the amount of $200,000.00; b) Approve Budget Revision Request No. 0005956 to increase Fiscal Year 2018-2019 appropriations in the amount of $200,000.00 in the District Attorney's General Fund for Salaries and Employee Benefits ($26,559.00) and Services and Supplies ($173,441.00) funded by unanticipated revenue from Intergovernmental Revenue-Federal; and c) Determine that the above action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15378(b)(4), because it consists of government funding mechanisms or other government fiscal activities, which do not involve any commitment to any specific project which mayPass Action details Not available
18-00721 A-14)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding a Third Amendment to the One Stop Workforce Resource Center Lease Agreement for the Social Services Department at 1410 and 1444 South Broadway, Santa Maria, Fifth District, as follows: a) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute the Third Amendment to the Lease Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and Santa Maria Associates for the property located at 1410 and 1444 South Broadway, Santa Maria, CA, 93454 in Santa Maria (APN. 128-066-005), granting an additional five (5) year term, from November 1, 2018 to October 31, 2023, and two (2) renewal options of five (5) years each; and b) Find that the proposed action is for the continued leasing of existing public or private structures, facilities, mechanical equipment, or topographical features, involving negligible or no expansion of use beyond that which presently exists; and is therefore exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15301, and direct staff to file a Notice of Exemption on that basis.Pass Action details Not available
18-00722 A-15)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding a Service and Ground Lease Agreement to Solvang Senior Center (R/P File No.: 002121), Third District, as follows: a) Find that the programs and services provided at the Solvang Senior Center at 1745 Mission Drive in Solvang (Subject Property) by the Santa Ynez Valley Senior Advisory Council (SYVSAC) Incorporated, a California non-profit corporation, DBA Solvang Senior Center, are necessary to meet the health, welfare, and social needs of the local senior community; b) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute the Service and Ground Lease Agreement (Lease) between SYVSAC as Lessee and the County of Santa Barbara as Lessor wherein the County, pursuant to California Government Code Section 26227, leases the Subject Property for a period of 20 years with three 10-year renewal options and allows for, but does not entitle, SYVSAC to construct a replacement facility on the Subject Property subject to final approval by County’s Board of Supervisors at a future date; and c) Determine that the recommended actions are exempt from the California EnvirPass Action details Video Video
18-00712 A-16)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Managers Association Successor Memorandum of Understanding, as follows: a) Approve a successor Memorandum of Understanding with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Managers Association for terms and conditions of employment through June 26, 2022; and b) Determine that the above actions are government fiscal activities or funding mechanisms which do not involve any commitment to any specific project which may result in potential physical impacts on the environment, and are therefore not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15378(b)(4) of the CEQA guidelines.Pass Action details Video Video
18-00732 A-17)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding 2018 Employee Benefit Insurance Program Renewal, as follows: a) In the matter of setting health plan rates for 2019, approve the following: i) CSAC-EIA Blue Shield Health Plans: The renewal of the California State Association of Counties - Excess Insurance Authority (CSAC-EIA) Blue Shield Exclusive Provider Organization (EPO) High, Blue Shield EPO Low, Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), and High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) plans for a twelve-month period, at the existing benefit levels with premium increase of 3.28%, effective January 1, 2019, for all active employees and retirees; ii) Kaiser Permanente HMO Health Plans: The renewal of the active employees’ and early retirees Kaiser Permanente High and Low Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) for a twelve-month period at the existing benefit levels, with a 3.28% increase in premiums, effective January 1, 2019, and for all Medicare eligible retirees, with an increase between 3.26 to 7.7% in premiums, depending on the plan type within the Senior Advantage Plan, at the existing benefit Pass Action details Not available
18-00717 A-18)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding Oracle Support and Maintenance for Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-2019, as follows: a) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute the Agreement for Services of Independent Contractor to provide Oracle Support and Maintenance for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 in an amount not to exceed $40,000.00 for the duration of the contract with Visus LLC; and b) Determine pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15378(b)(4) that the above action is a government fiscal activity which does not involve any commitment to any specific project which may result in a potentially significant physical impact on the environment, and therefore is not a project subject to environmental review.Pass Action details Not available
18-00718 A-19)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding authorization for a Professional Services Contract with Rincon Consultants Inc. to prepare a Subsequent Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Neighborhoods of Willow Creek and Hidden Canyon Project, Third District, as follows: a) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute an Agreement for Services of Independent Contractor with Rincon Consultants, Inc. to complete a Subsequent Environmental Impact Report for The Neighborhoods of Willow Creek and Hidden Canyon Project for the period of September 11, 2018 through December 31, 2019 for a base amount of $140,744.00 and a total contract amount not to exceed $164,058.00; b) Authorize the Director of Planning and Development, or designee, to approve up to a 16.57% contingency cost not to exceed $23,314.00 for services being performed under the Agreement for a total contract amount not to exceed $164,058.00; c) Approve and authorize the Director of Planning and Development, or designee, to make immaterial changes in accordance with Section 35 of the Agreement; and d) Determine that this aPass Action details Not available
18-00720 A-20)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding the 2017 Montecito Growth Management Ordinance (MGMO) Annual Director’s Report, as follows: a) Receive and file the Planning and Development Director’s 2017 Annual Report regarding the health and safety findings relative to continuing the MGMO No. 4763; and b) Determine that the above action is an administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes to the environment and thus is not a project as defined under Section 15378(b)(5) of the state guidelines for the implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act.Pass Action details Not available
18-00709 A-21)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding a Resolution to accept a CalRecycle Cap and Trade Organics Grant, First, Second, and Third Districts, as follows: a) Adopt a Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works, or his designee, to execute a Grant Award Agreement with CalRecycle for a Cap and Trade Organics Grant for the period of July 2, 2018 through April 1, 2021 in the amount of $4,000,000.00; and b) Determine that the previous Final Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (EIR), State Clearing House No. 2012041068 and Subsequent EIR Revision Letter and Errata dated May 27, 2016 certified by the Board of Supervisors on July 12, 2016 and Final Subsequent EIR Addendum dated August 11, 2017 (revised October 26, 2017) considered by the Board of Supervisors on November 14, 2017 are adequate review pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15162, no substantial changes are proposed, and no new information of substantial importance has come to light regarding environmental effects of the project or of the sufficiency or feasibility of mitigation measures, Pass Action details Not available
18-00708 A-22)Agenda ItemHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding the formation of an Improvement Zone within the Laguna County Sanitation District for the Operation and Maintenance of a Sewer Lift Station for the Northern Branch Jail, as follows: (4/5 Vote Required) (EST. TIME: 15 MIN.) Acting as the Board of Directors, Laguna County Sanitation District: a) Adopt the Resolution establishing Improvement Zone No. 2 for the Northern Branch Jail; b) Receive and file the Assessment Engineer’s Report for Improvement Zone No. 2; c) Adopt an Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 3130 and Ordinance No. 5048 to set the benefit assessment for Improvement Zone No. 2; and d) Find that the proposed action does not constitute a “Project” within the meaning of the California Quality Act, pursuant to 14 CCR 15378(b)(4) and (5), in that it is a government administrative activity and funding mechanism that will not result in direct or indirect changes in the environment. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVEPass Action details Not available
18-00713 A-23)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding disposition of Flood Control District and County Fee Property to the City of Solvang, Third District, as follows: (4/5 Vote Required) Acting as the Board of Directors, Flood Control and Water Conservation District: a) Adopt a Resolution of Findings and Determination of District and County Fee Property as no longer necessary for district uses and purposes, which finds that Assessors’ Parcel Number 139-300-001 (Lot One) is no longer necessary for Santa Barbara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (District) uses or purposes, and that disposition of Lot One is in the public interest; Acting as the Board of Supervisors: b) Find that Lot One is no longer necessary for uses and purposes of the County of Santa Barbara (County); Acting as the Board of Supervisors and the Board of Directors: c) Find that conveyance of Lot One to the City of Solvang (City) is in the public interest because it will support the City’s project which will increase local potable water supplies to the City through the development of the existingPass Action details Not available
18-00724 A-24)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding amendments for the Unit II Channel Improvements Project, Fifth District, as follows: Acting as the Board of Directors, Flood Control and Water Conservation District: a) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Santa Barbara County Flood Control District Agreement for County Project Numbers SM8313 and SM8205 with Whitaker Construction Group, Incorporated, for construction services for the Unit II Channel Improvements Project, increasing the contract amount of $1,840,622.95, to a not-to-exceed revised contact amount of $1,957,109.01, an increase of $116,486.06; b) Authorize an increase of $5,824.31 to the contingency amount of $104,531.14, for a total contingency amount of $110,355.45, with Whitaker Construction Group, Incorporated, for additional work that may be needed to complete work for the project, and authorize the Public Works Director to approve the additional work; c) Authorize no increase to the itemized supplemental work in the amount of $11,000.00; d) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute AmPass Action details Not available
18-00727 A-25)Appointment/BOS itemApprove the reappointment of Charlotte Gullap-Moore to the Commission for Women, term ending July 1, 2021, First District.Pass Action details Not available
18-00726 A-26)Appointment/BOS itemApprove the appointment of Ron Werft to the CenCal Board of Directors, term ending December 31, 2019, representing the County of Santa Barbara.Pass Action details Not available
18-00711 A-27)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding an amendment to Ordinance 5018 setting compensation and benefits for members of the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors, as follows: a) Incorporate an existing biweekly Unit Cash allowance of $278.24 into base salary, effective the first pay period following sixty (60) days after Board approval; b) Provide a 3% salary increase, consistent with the October 2017 Annual Indices of the CPI-U for the Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County area, to be effective during Fiscal Year 2018-2019 and tie future, annual salary increases to the CPI-U (October Annual Indices) from a minimum of 0% to a maximum of 3% each Fiscal Year, effective the first pay period following sixty (60) days after Board approval; c) Implement a 0.83% pension cost-sharing pick-up for members of the Board of Supervisors in classic/legacy retirement plans, effective the first pay period following sixty (60) days after Board approval; d) Provide a 3.28% increase to the County contributions to health insurance for all Board members enrolled in and receiving County-sponsorePass Action details Not available
18-00730 A-28)Honorary ResolutionAdopt a Resolution of Commendation honoring Hannah Rubalcava, Julia Rutherford Daly and Sarah York Rubin of the Arts Commission as the September 2018 Employees of the Month in Santa Barbara County.Pass Action details Video Video
18-00728 A-29)Honorary ResolutionAdopt a Resolution proclaiming the month of September 2018 as Suicide Prevention Month in Santa Barbara County.Pass Action details Video Video
18-00729 A-30)Honorary ResolutionAdopt a Resolution of Commendation honoring Mark Werner for his 26 years of service as a Volunteer for the Board of Supervisors.Pass Action details Video Video
18-00737 A-31)Agenda ItemConsider recommendations regarding an Annual Internal Audit Plan for the 10-month period from September 2018 through June 2019, as follows: a) Approve an Annual Internal Audit Plan for the 10-month period from September 2018 through June 2019; and b) Determine that the above actions are not a “project” under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to section 15378(b)(5) of the CEQA guidelines, because they consist of administrative activities of the government that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment.Pass Action details Video Video
18-00627 1)Agenda ItemHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding a Strategic Energy Planning Consulting Agreement, as follows: (EST. TIME: 20 MIN.) a) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute an Agreement for Services of Independent Contractor with Optony Inc. in an amount not to exceed a base cost of $162,700.00 for strategic energy planning services including conducting a clean energy potential study and developing a clean energy roadmap for Santa Barbara County; b) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the cooperating cities of Goleta and Carpinteria, under which the cooperating cities and the County commit to provide funding in support of the County’s contract with Optony Inc. for strategic energy planning services; c) Authorize the Community Services Director or designee to approve change orders for à la carte items up to $30,000.00; à la carte items shall be paid for by the cooperating partner that elects the item; and d) Determine that the recommended actions do not constitute a project subject to environmental review under the California EnviPass Action details Video Video
18-00715 2)Agenda ItemHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding the new State of California Homelessness Emergency Aid Program (HEAP), as follows: (EST. TIME: 30 MIN.) a) Receive and file a report on the new HEAP program and the Santa Maria/Santa Barbara County Continuum of Care (CoC) eligibility to receive up to $9,385,186.00 in HEAP funding; b) Adopt a Resolution finding that a significant number of persons within the County’s jurisdiction are without the ability to obtain shelter and that the situation has resulted in a threat to the health and safety of those persons and declaring the existence of a ‘shelter crisis’ in accordance with California Government Code Sections 8698-8698.2, which is a prerequisite for receiving HEAP program funding pursuant to Senate Bill 850; c) Authorize the Community Services Director, or designee to submit a funding application and all certifications, standard forms, and other related documents to the State of California Business, Consumer Services, and Housing Agency (BCSHA) for 2018 HEAP Program funding; and d) Determine that the recommended actions arPass Action details Video Video
18-00734 3)Agenda ItemHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding short-term sediment and debris management, First, Second, and Third Districts, as follows: (EST. TIME: 15 MIN.) Acting as the Board of Supervisors and the Board of Directors, Flood Control and Water Conservation District: a) Authorize the Flood Control District to haul sediment removed from the Carpinteria Salt Marsh to a temporary stockpile site on County-owned property located at 4400 Cathedral Oaks Road APN Number 059-120-003; b) Direct the Flood Control District and General Services to return to the Board of Directors for an update on the acquisition process of securing a long-term South Coast Disposal Site for emergency and routine maintenance sediment and debris; c) Find that the temporary disposal site is being used to prevent or mitigate an emergency and that the proposed action is therefore exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to 14 CCR 15269(c), and direct the Clerk of the Board to file a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Notice of Exemption; and d) Waive the Notice of ExemptioPass Action details Video Video