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Meeting Name: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Agenda status: Approved
Meeting date/time: 5/3/2022 9:00 AM Minutes status: Approved  
Meeting location: COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING BOARD HEARING ROOM, FOURTH FLOOR 105 EAST ANAPAMU STREET, SANTA BARBARA
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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22-00001  Agenda ItemCounty Executive Officer’s Report: Receive a report from the County Executive Officer (CEO) on County programs, County staff updates and achievements, staff recognitions, updates on major projects, updates on state and federal legislation, and upcoming events of interest to the Board and the public. There will be no Board discussion except to ask questions or refer matters to staff; and no action will be taken unless listed on a subsequent agenda. 2022 CCCE Annual Member Agency Presentation  Action details Not available
22-00377  Agenda ItemCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION (Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code section 54956.9) [Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors, sitting as the Board of Supervisors and as the Board of Directors of the Santa Barbara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District] Southern California Fire Cases, Judicial Council Coordination Proceeding case number 4965, including Southern California Edison Company et al. v. County of Santa Barbara, et al., Los Angeles County Superior Court, Lead Case Nos. BC698429 and BC699216 Jack Caso Colbeck v. Ryan James Cuff et al.; Santa Barbara County Superior Court Case No. 19CV00888 CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Paragraph (2) of subdivision (d) and paragraph (3) of subdivision (e) of Government Code section 54956.9) Significant exposure to civil litigation: 1 case. The letters dated February 2, 2022 from the Cities of Buellton, Carpinteria, Goleta and Solvang assert that proposed cost increases for contract law enforcement services for those cities violates the terms and purpos  Action details Not available
22-00373 A-1)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding a Second Amendment to the Service Contract with Rich and Famous, Inc., DBA Big Green Cleaning Company, Fiscal Years (FYs) 2019-2023, as follows: a) Approve, ratify, and authorize the Chair to execute a Second Amended Agreement for Services of Independent Contractor with Rich and Famous, Inc., DBA Big Green Cleaning Company (Big Green Cleaning Company) (a local vendor), to revise Section 27 (Compliance with Law) of the Standard Terms and Conditions; revise service locations for janitorial and COVID-19 sanitation services; revise staffing requirements in compliance with the California Department of Public Health, Public Health Officer Order; update the janitorial and COVID-19 sanitation service rates for FY 2021-2022 as necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic; extend the term by one additional year; and increase the contract maximum amount by $585,322.00 for a new FY 2021-2022 contract maximum amount of $450,000.00, a new FY 2022-2023 contract maximum amount of $475,000.00, and a new FY 2019-2023 total contract maximum amount not to exceed $1,706,260.0Pass Action details Video Video
22-00348 A-2)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding a student support agreement template for Fiscal Years (FYs) 2022-2027, as follows: a) Approve and authorize the Behavioral Wellness Director or designee to execute student support agreements with educational institutions for student learning experiences at the Department of Behavioral Wellness in accordance with the student support agreement template consisting of the Standard Agreement; Exhibit A(s), and Exhibit B Waiver Release Agreement through December 31, 2027; b) Approve and authorize the Behavioral Wellness Director or designee to make immaterial amendments to Student Support Agreements in accordance with the immaterial amendments provision of the Student Support Agreement(s), upon review and concurrence by County Counsel’s Office through December 31, 2027; and c) Determine that the recommended actions are not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to section 15378(b)(5) of the CEQA Guidelines because these activities are organization and administrative activities of the government that will not resuPass Action details Not available
22-00349 A-3)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding a Revenue Agreement with Zona Seca for Alcohol and Drug Program Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Penal Code 1000 (PC 1000) Drug Diversion Program Services, Fiscal Years (FYs) 2022-2025, as follows: a) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute a multiyear Revenue Agreement for Services of Independent Contractor with Zona Seca, a California nonprofit corporation (a local vendor), for the provision of DUI and PC 1000 Drug Diversion Program Services with a projected revenue of $57,000.00 with $19,000.00 annually for the period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2025; b) Approve and authorize the Director of Behavioral Wellness, or designee, to make immaterial changes to the Revenue Agreement in accordance with Section 25 of the Agreement, subject to the Board’s ability to rescind this delegated authority at any time; and c) Determine that the above actions are 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 impPass Action details Not available
22-00351 A-4)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding an Agreement with the Santa Maria Joint Union High School District for Fiscal Years 2021-2024, as follows: a) Approve, ratify, and authorize the Chair to execute an Agreement for Services of Independent Contractor with the Santa Maria Joint Union High School District in support of Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) Grant Award No. 963-21 Proposition 64 Public Health and Safety Grant Program to implement the Alcohol and Drug Program (ADP) Brief Risk Reduction Interview and Intervention Model Student Assistance Program (BRRIIM/SAP) to decrease youth cannabis use through prevention and early intervention in schools for the period of April 1, 2022 through April 30, 2024 with each party bearing its own program costs and expenses; b) Delegate to the Director of the Department of Behavioral Wellness or designee the authority to: suspend, delay, or interrupt the services under the Agreement for convenience per Section 20 of the Agreement; make immaterial changes to the Agreement per Section 26 of the Agreement, and amend the program goals, oPass Action details Video Video
22-00374 A-5)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding a First Amendment to the Pacific Pride Foundation Board Contract, Fiscal Years (FYs) 2021-2024, as follows: a) Approve, ratify, and authorize the Chair to execute a First Amendment to the Agreement for Services of Independent Contractor with Pacific Pride Foundation, a California nonprofit (BC 21-000) (a local vendor), to update the Standard Terms and Conditions and add a Federal Award Identification Table with no change in the contract maximum for the period of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024 for a contract maximum amount not to exceed $431,037.00, inclusive of $143,679.00 for FY 2021-2022, $143,679.00 for FY 2022-2023, and $143,679.00 for FY 2023-2024; and b) Determine that the above action is a government funding mechanism or other government fiscal activity, which does not involve any commitment to any specific project that may result in a potentially significant physical impact on the environment and is therefore not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to section 15378(b)(4) of the CEQA Guidelines.Pass Action details Not available
22-00355 A-6)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding the compensation of precinct board members and election support staff, as follows: a) Adopt a Resolution in the matter of providing for compensation of precinct board members and election support staff; and b) Determine that the above action is not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15378(b)(5) of the CEQA Guidelines, because it consists of administrative activities of the County that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment.Pass Action details Not available
22-00354 A-7)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding a Seventh Amendment to the Agreement with Cuyama Valley Recreation District (CVRD) increasing CDBG funding by $257,479.00 for a total project funding of $756,964.00 and extending the term of the Agreement; and First Amendment to the Agreement with Alpha Resource Center (ARC), increasing CDBG funding by $29,607.00 for a total funding of $143,801.00, First and Second Districts, as follows: a) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute a Seventh Amendment extending the term of a CDBG Subrecipient Agreement between the County and the CVRD (CVRD Agreement) until June 30, 2023 and increasing the amount of the CVRD Agreement by $257,479.00 for a total maximum contract amount of $756,964.00; b) Approve and authorize the Chair to execute a First Amendment to a CDBG Subrecipient Agreement between the County and ARC (ARC Agreement), increasing the amount of the ARC Agreement by $29,607.00, for a total maximum contract amount of $143,80.001; and c) Determine that the above recommended actions are not the approval of a project that is subject to environmentalPass Action details Not available
22-00353 A-8)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding a Bid Waiver for BioBag Americas, Inc., as follows: a) Authorize the County Purchasing Agent to issue a Purchase Order for an amount not to exceed $30,000.00 with BioBag Americas, Inc., County Vendor No. 002072, and waive competitive bidding by the County of Santa Barbara pursuant to Santa Barbara County Code section 2-39, subdivision (c); and b) Determine that the above recommended action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15378(b)(2) since this is a continuing administrative or maintenance activity, such as a purchase for supplies.Pass Action details Not available
22-00356 A-9)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding an Authorizing Resolution between the County of Santa Barbara and the State of California Housing and Community Development Department (HCD), to accept and receive $848,011.00 in Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Multi-Family Housing Program funds (CDBG-DR MHP) for the Escalante Meadows housing development, having been allocated prior to the City of Santa Barbara under Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) disaster declaration DR-4353, Fifth District, as follows: a) Adopt an Authorizing Resolution, formalizing acceptance and receipt of state CDBG-DR MHP funding in the amount of $848,011.00, relinquished by the City of Santa Barbara, subject to state re-allocation to Santa Barbara County; b) Authorize the Director of the County Community Services Department, or designee, to execute an amended CDBG-DR MHP Master Standard Agreement (MSA) with state HCD for CDBG-DR MHP funding in the revised amount of $1,436,515.00 subject to CDBG-DR MHP program guidelines; and c) Determine that the above recommended actions are not the acceptPass Action details Not available
22-00371 A-10)Administrative ItemApprove Budget Revision Request Nos. 0007991; 0007993; 0008009; and 0008141 (Majority Vote Required); and Budget Revision Request Nos. 0007974; 0007983; 0008120; 0008135; 0008144; 0008147; and 0008148 (4/5 Vote Required)Pass Action details Not available
22-00363 A-11)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding the circumstances of the existing state of emergency, as follows: a) Reconsider the circumstances of the existing state of emergency; b) Consider whether state or local officials continue to impose or recommend measures to promote social distancing; c) Find that the Board of Supervisors has considered the circumstances of the state of emergency, and that State or local officials continue to impose or recommend measures to promote social distancing; and d) Direct staff to notice and hold hearings as remote hearings consistent with Government Code Section 54953(e)(3).Pass Action details Not available
22-00360 A-12)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding an Application for the Destruction of Records, as follows: (4/5 Vote Required) a) Approve and authorize the destruction of certain Animal Services’ records, papers and documents as described in the Schedule of Records for Destruction as being no longer required for County purposes pursuant to Government Code sections 26201-26205.1; b) Approve and adopt the Application for the Destruction of Records Certificate of Approval; c) Delegate to the Animal Services Director the authority to authorize future destruction of Animal Services’ records, papers and documents in accordance with the time periods set forth in the Schedule of Records for Destruction; and d) Find that the proposed actions are administrative activities 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
22-00361 A-13)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Program Management and Collaboration Project, Grant No. 21-10585, as follows: a) Approve, ratify, and authorize the Chair to execute Grant Agreement No. 21-10585 and the required certifications with the California Department of Public Health to accept funding for the implementation of the Disease Intervention Specialist (DIS) Workforce Development Project in the amount not to exceed $815,290.00 for the grant period July 1, 2021 through December 31, 2025; b) Approve and authorize the Public Health Director, or designee, to make project representative changes in accordance with the Grant Agreement; and c) Determine the above actions are exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review per CEQA Guideline section 15378(b)(4), since the recommended actions are government fiscal activity which does not involve commitment to any specific project which may result in a potentially significant physical impact on the environment.Pass Action details Not available
22-00359 A-14)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding additions and certification of total miles in the County Maintained Road System, as follows: a) Adopt a Resolution accepting new roadway sections in unincorporated areas of the Rice Ranch development in the Fourth District into the County Maintained Road System; b) Adopt a Resolution certifying the total mileage included in the County Maintained Road System; and c) Find that the proposed actions do not constitute a “Project” within the meaning of the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to 14 CCR 15378 (b)(5) (Organizational or administrative activities of governments that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment).Pass Action details Not available
22-00358 A-15)Appointment/BOS itemApprove the reappointment of Jean Davis to the Human Services Commission, term ending May 7, 2025, Second District.Pass Action details Not available
22-00204 A-16)Appointment/BOS itemApprove the appointment of Alexandra Hurtado to the Park Commission, term ending January 1, 2024, Third District.Pass Action details Not available
22-00362 A-17)Appointment/BOS itemApprove the appointment of Jason Osborne to the County Riding and Hiking Trails Advisory Committee, open term, Third District.Pass Action details Not available
22-00279 A-18)Set Hearing/Hearing RequestSet a hearing to consider recommendations regarding the Stassinos Appeal, Case No. 22APL-00000-00006, of the Planning Commission approval of the 3508 Via Real Development Plan, Minor Conditional Use Permit, and Coastal Development Permit, Case Nos. 19DVP-00000-00020, 22CUP-00000-00005, and 19CDP-00000-00027, First District, as follows: (Set a hearing for May 24, 2022. Time estimate: 1 hour) a) Deny the appeal, Case No. 22APL-00000-00006; b) Make the required findings for approval of the Project, Case Nos. 19DVP-00000-00020, 22CUP-00000-00005, and 19CDP-00000-00027, including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) findings; c) Determine that the previously certified Programmatic Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) (17EIR-00000-00003) is adequate and no subsequent Environmental Impact Report or Negative Declaration is required pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Sections 15162 and 15168(c)(2); and d) Grant de novo approval of the Project, Case Nos. 19DVP-00000-00020, 22CUP-00000-00005, and 19CDP-00000-00027, subject to the conditions of approval.Pass Action details Not available
22-00344 A-19)Departmental AgendaHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding the Lacerte appeal of the County Planning Commission approval of the BMO, LLC Accessory Dwelling Unit, Case No. 22APL-000000-00002, First District, as follows: (EST. TIME: 1 HR.) a) Deny the appeal, Case No. 22APL-00000-00002; b) Make the required findings for approval of the project, Case No. 21CDP-00000-00053, including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) findings; c) Determine the project is exempt from CEQA pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15303(a); and d) Grant de novo approval of the project, Case No. 21CDP-00000-00053, subject to the conditions of approval. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S RECOMMENDATION: POLICYPass Action details Not available
22-00345 A-20)Set Hearing/Hearing RequestSet a hearing to consider recommendations regarding the Singer Appeal, Case No. 22APL-00000-00004, of the Planning Commission Approval of the 4701 Foothill Road Development Plan and Coastal Development Permit, Case Nos. 19DVP-00000-00016 and 19CDP-00000-00017, First District, as follows: (Set a hearing for May 24, 2022. Time estimate: 1 hour 30 minutes) a) Deny the appeal, Case No. 22APL-00000-00004; b) Make the required findings for approval of the Project, Case Nos. 19DVP-00000-00016 and 19CDP-00000-00017, including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) findings; c) Determine that the previously certified Programmatic Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) (17EIR-00000-00003) is adequate and no subsequent Environmental Impact Report or Negative Declaration is required pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Sections 15162 and 15168(c)(2); and d) Grant de novo approval of the Project, Case Nos. 19DVP-00000-00016 and 19CDP-00000-00017, subject to the conditions of approval.Pass Action details Not available
22-00346 A-21)Set Hearing/Hearing RequestSet a hearing to consider recommendations regarding further analysis related to responses to the 2021 Grand Jury Report: Idle Oil Wells in Santa Barbara County, Recommendations 1 through 4, as follows: (Set a hearing for May 24, 2022. Time estimate: 1 hour) a) Receive and file a presentation/report of further analysis related to the 2021 Grand Jury report entitled “Idle Oil Wells in Santa Barbara County,” Recommendations 1 through 4; b) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a letter and forward the letter and responses to the Presiding Judge of Santa Barbara County Superior Court updating the Grand Jury on the further analysis; and c) Determine pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines 15378(b)(5) that the above action is not a project subject to CEQA review, because it is a government administrative activity that does not result in direct or indirect physical changes to the environment.Pass Action details Not available
22-00347 A-22)Departmental AgendaHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding an appeal, Case No. 21APL-00000-00017, by the Environmental Defense Center, Surfrider, and the Gaviota Coast Conservancy of the Director’s Determination regarding the Santa Barbara Ranch Inland Development Agreement (IDA) 2020-2021 Periodic Review, Third District, as follows: (EST. TIME: 1 HR. 30 MIN.) a) Deny the appeal, Case No. 21APL-00000-00017; b) Make the required findings to affirm the Director’s determination that the Developer was in good faith compliance with the terms of the Santa Barbara Ranch IDA for the 2020-2021 Periodic Review cycle, including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) findings; and c) Determine that the IDA “Periodic Review” determination is exempt from CEQA pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Section 15378(b)(5). COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S RECOMMENDATION: POLICYPass Action details Not available
22-00366 A-23)Honorary ResolutionAdopt a Resolution of Commendation proclaiming the month of May 2022 as Water Awareness Month in Santa Barbara County.Pass Action details Not available
22-00364 A-24)Resolution to be PresentedAdopt a Resolution of Commendation honoring Senior Deputy Probation Officer Duane Erdman upon his retirement from the Probation Department after over 24 years of faithful and distinguished service to the citizens of Santa Barbara County.Pass Action details Video Video
22-00365 A-25)Resolution to be PresentedAdopt a Resolution proclaiming the week of May 1, 2022 through May 7, 2022 as National Correctional Officer’s week in Santa Barbara County.Pass Action details Video Video
22-00367 A-26)Resolution to be PresentedAdopt a Resolution proclaiming the month of May 2022 as Wildfire Community Preparedness Month in Santa Barbara County.Pass Action details Video Video
22-00368 A-27)Resolution to be PresentedAdopt a Resolution proclaiming the month of May 2022 as Community Action Month and Celebrating 55 years of CommUnify’s Service in Santa Barbara County.Pass Action details Video Video
22-00372 A-28)Resolution to be PresentedAdopt a Resolution proclaiming the month of May 2022 as Mental Health Month in Santa Barbara County.Pass Action details Video Video
22-00370 A-29)Resolution to be PresentedAdopt a Resolution of Commendation honoring Gus Mejia, Nancy Hansen, Jeanie Sleigh, and Dan Trobridge of the Public Health Department as the May 2022 Employees of the Month for Santa Barbara County.Pass Action details Video Video
22-00002  Agenda ItemPublic Comment Period THE PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD IS RESERVED FOR COMMENT ON MATTERS WITHIN THE SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. EACH PERSON MAY ADDRESS THE BOARD FOR UP TO THREE MINUTES AT THE DISCRETION OF THE CHAIR, FOR A TOTAL PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD OF NO MORE THAN 15 MINUTES. (Resolution No. 09-368) (22-00002) WHEN TESTIFYING BEFORE THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, PERSONAL ATTACKS AND OTHER DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR ARE NOT APPROPRIATE.  Action details Video Video
22-00283 1)Administrative ItemConsider recommendations regarding an amendment to Chapter 41 of the County Code - Children and Families Commission, as follows: a) Consider the adoption (Second Reading) of an Ordinance Amending Chapter 41 of the Santa Barbara County Code, Children and Families Commission; and b) Find that the proposed actions are exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) based on CEQA Guidelines section 15061(b)(3) as it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility that these actions will have a significant effect on the environment.Pass Action details Video Video
22-00369 2)Departmental AgendaHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) discussion regarding child care sector survey results and recommendations, as follows: (EST TIME: 30 MIN.) a) Receive and file information and a presentation from First 5 Santa Barbara County Children and Families Commission (First 5 SBC) regarding data requested for child care sector relief and recovery; b) Provide comments and/or direction to staff regarding participation in the development of a countywide strategy as listed in Options 1 or 2 in the background section of the Board Letter to address such child care sector needs; c) Provide comments and direction regarding the development of a Request for Proposal (RFP) to allocate funding or provide other direction as appropriate; and d) Determine that the above actions are not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), because pursuant to sections 15378(b)(4) and 15378(b)(5) the recommended actions consist of organization, administrative, or fiscal activities of government that will not result in direct or indirect changes to thePass Action details Video Video
22-00352 3)Departmental AgendaHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-2023 Public Safety Realignment Act Plan, as follows: (EST. TIME: 45 MIN.) a) Receive and file a presentation on the FY 2022-2023 Public Safety Realignment Act Plan; b) Accept the Santa Barbara County FY 2022-2023 Public Safety Realignment Act Plan developed by the Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) and approved by the Executive Committee of the CCP; and c) Determine that the acceptance of the FY 2022-2023 Public Safety Realignment Act Plan is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines 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 activities are not subject to CEQA. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S RECOMMENDATION: APPROVEPass Action details Video Video
22-00357 4)Departmental AgendaHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding the Santa Barbara County HOME Consortium and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Urban County Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan, as follows: (EST. TIME: 30 MIN.) a) Receive and file a staff report on the Santa Barbara County 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan (Action Plan), which includes recommendations for award of CDBG and HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) funds for FY 2022-2023; b) Consider public comments received on the draft 2022-2023 Action Plan, during the thirty (30) day public comment period, which commenced on April 2, 2022 and concludes at the May 3, 2022 public hearing on this item; c) Approve funding awards and direct staff to include the awards in the 2022-2023 Action Plan; d) Direct staff to finalize the 2022-2023 Action Plan to reflect direction provided by the Board, add any public comments received, and submit the Action Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); e) Adopt a Resolution authorizing submittal of the 2022-2023 Action Plan to HUD; f) Authorize the County ExecutiPass Action details Video Video
22-00350 5)Departmental AgendaHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding a presentation on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, as follows: (EST. TIME: 30 MIN.) a) Receive and file a brief presentation on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; b) Provide any direction, as appropriate; and c) Determine that the above actions are not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), because pursuant to sections 15378(b)(4) and 15378(b)(5) the recommended actions consist of organizational, administrative or fiscal activities of government that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S RECOMMENDATION: POLICYPass Action details Video Video
22-00182 6)Departmental AgendaHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding the PR Investments, LLC and Far Western Liquor, Inc. appeal, Case Nos. 21APL-00000-00062 and 21APL-00000-00063, of the Planning Commission’s approval of the Orcutt Gas Station Development Plan and Minor Conditional Use Permit, Case Nos. 18DVP-00000-00001 and 18CUP-00000-00001, Fourth District, as follows: (EST. TIME: 1 HR. 30 MIN.) a) Deny the appeals, Case Nos. 21APL-00000-00062 and 21APL-00000-00063; b) Make the required findings for approval of the modified Project, Case Nos. 18DVP-00000-00001 and 18CUP-00000-00001, including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) findings; c) Adopt the Mitigated Negative Declaration, Case No. 19NGD-00000-00001, and adopt the mitigation monitoring program contained in the conditions of approval; and d) Grant de novo approval of the modified Project, Case Nos. 18DVP-00000-00001 and 18CUP-00000-00001, subject to the conditions of approval. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S RECOMMENDATION: POLICYPass Action details Video Video
22-00376 7)Departmental AgendaHEARING - Consider recommendations regarding the Long Range Planning Division (LRP) Fiscal Years (FYs) 2022-2025 Work Program, as follows: (EST. TIME: 1 HR. 30 MIN.) a) Receive and file a report on the staff recommended FYs 2022-2025 Work Program; b) Provide any direction that the Board would like to make regarding the staff recommended FYS 2022-2025 Work Program; and c) Determine that the Board’s action is not a “project” that is subject to environmental review pursuant to the State California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines [Section 15378(b)(5)]. COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S RECOMMENDATION: POLICYPass Action details Video Video