June 17 Meeting

Board of Supervisors

Meeting Date: 6/17/2014

Use the Cyberagenda page for the full meeting information.

Highlights of the June 17, 2014 Board Meeting:

  1. CHP Marin Review
  2. Play Fair Marin Presentation
  3. Marin Economic Forum Agreement
  4. Manzanita Community Center Improvements
  5. ATOM Project Negotiations
  6. Stafford Lake Bike Park Bids
  7. Stafford Lake Bike Park Trails Plan
  8. Salary Adjustments for Non-Represented Employees
  9. Buckelew Programs Agreement
  10. Health and Human Services Agreements
  11. Food Inspection Placard Program
  12. Special Tax for Paramedic Services
  13. Appointments

1. CHP Marin Review

Preview

The Board will hear a request for a presentation by Captain Shon Harris, Marin Area Commander of the California Highway Patrol, for a brief review of CHP programs, activities and statistics, and distribution of the CHP's "2013 Year in Review" pamphlet.

Review

The Board heard the presentation.

Contact

Clerk of the Board staff

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2. Play Fair Marin Presentation

Preview

The Board will hear a presentation from Play Fair Marin, a coalition of Marin County nonprofit, government and civic organizations, on its efforts over the past 10 years to incorporate healthy lifestyle options into the award-winning Marin County Fair. This year's fair is July 2-6.

Review

The Board heard the presentation.

Contact

Clerk of the Board staff

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3. Marin Economic Forum Agreement

Preview

The Board will hear a request to receive a status report and authorize the Board President to execute an agreement with the Marin Economic Forum to provide $150,000 in matching funds to support MEF’s development efforts. Robert Eyler, director of the Marin Economic Forum, plans to discuss the forum's mission to help inform and guide the Marin economy in a manner consistent with the Marin Countywide Plan.

Need more info? See the letter about the Marin Economic Forum.

Review

The Board heard the presentation and authorized the Board President to execute the agreement.

Contact

Matthew Hymel, County Administrator

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4. Manzanita Community Center Improvements

Preview

The Board will hear a request from the County Administrator to authorize the Board President to execute an agreement with the Marin City Community Services District to provide $200,000 in matching funds for support of pre-development project costs for the Manzanita Community Center Improvement Project. A renovated cente rwould enhance opportunities for interaction, collaboration and fun for residents of Marin city and all of Southern Marin.

Need more info? See the letter about the project.

Review

The Board heard the presentation and authorized the Board President to execute the agreement.

Contact

Matthew Hymel, County Administrator

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5. ATOM Project Negotiations

Preview

The Board will hear a request from the County Administrator to receive a status report and authorize the County Administrator and the Administrative Technologies of Marin (ATOM) Executive Steering Committee to enter into a contract and statement of work negotiations with Tyler Technologies for a replacement of Enterprise Resource Planning software solution. The ATOM project will replace core financial, human resources and payroll components of the existing SAP computer system.

Need more info? See the letter about the ATOM project negotiations.

Review

The Board received the status report and authorized the contract and statement of work negotiations.

Contact

Daniel Eilerman, Deputy County Administrator

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6. Stafford Lake Bike Park Bids

Preview

The Board will hear a request from Marin County Parks to reject all bids for the Stafford Lake Bike Park, Phase I. One proposal was received during the bidding period, and the amount -- $1.4 million -- significantly exceeded estimates and available funding. Parks staff recommends rejecting the bid because it cannot determine if the bid is competitive. Staff plans to review the project and consider splitting it into two components.

Need more info? See the letter about the bike park project.

Review

The Board rejected the bids.

Contact

Stephen Petterle, Marin County Parks

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7. Stafford Lake Bike Park Trails Plan

Preview

The Board will hear a request from Marin County Parks to approve plans and specifications and award a contract for Stafford Lake Bike Park, Phase I Trails project. Staff recommends approval of plans and specifications, approval of advertising for bids, execution of the construction contract with the lowest responsible bidder in an amount not to exceed the engineer's estimate of $382,790, and approval of a construction contingency not to exceed $38,279.

Need more info? See the letter about the Stafford Lake Bike Park Trails Plan.

Review

The Board approved specifications and plans for the bike park and approved advertising for bids for Phase 1 of the project.

Contact

Stephen Petterle, Marin County Parks

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8. Salary Adjustments for Non-Represented Employees

Preview

The Board will hear a request from the Human Resources Director, effective July 6, 2014, to approve a 2.8 percent general salary adjustment for non-represented employees. The Board's past practice has been to provide increases for non-represented employees consistent with those of similarly situated represented employees to assure consistency and fairness. The proposed adjustment is consistent with the most recent Consumer Price Index (CPI).

Need more info? See the letter about then general salary adjustment.

Review

The Board approved the salary adjustment.

Contact

Joanne Peterson, Human Resources Director

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9. Buckelew Programs Agreement

Preview

The Board will hear a request from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to authorize the Board President to execute a fiscal year 2013-14 agreement with Buckelew Programs in an amount not to exceed $3,738,537 to provide mental health services, case management, independent living services, and supported, vocational, and residential services to adult mental health clients.

Need more info? See the letter about the Buckelew Programs agreement.

Review

The Board authorized the Board President to execute the agreement.

Contact

Larry Meredith, Director of Health and Human Services

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10. Health and Human Services Agreements

Preview

The Board will hear a request from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to adopt a resolution authorizing the HHS director to execute an amended multiyear combined Negotiated Net Amount (NNA) and Drug/Medi-Cal (DMC) single state-county agreement for fiscal years 2010-11 through 2013-14. The request also is for the HHS director to approve additional documents required for execution for continuation of federal and state funding of alcohol and drug programs. A contract between the County of Marin and the State Department of Health Care Services was established in 1994 as the mechanism for receipt
of federal and state funds needed to provide alcohol and drug program services to Marin residents.

Need more info? See the letter about the NNA and DMC agreements.

Review

The Board adopted the resolution.

Contact

Larry Meredith, Director of Health and Human Services

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11. Food Inspection Placard Program

Preview

The Board will conduct a hearing about an ordinance amending select sections of the Marin County Code Chapter 7.24 to update definitions and authorize posting of color-coded placards in food establishments related to inspection compliance ratings. On June 3, the Board heard the first reading of the ordinance that would allow Environmental Health Services to implement the “Go for Green” Placard Program, a key initiative in the agency’s 2014-16 Performance Plan that would improve food handling practices and protect food and public safety. County staff recommends adoption of the ordinance.

Need more info? See the letter about the color-coded placards.

Review

The Board adopted the ordinance.

Contact

Rebecca Ng, Community Development Agency

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12. Special Tax for Paramedic Services

Preview

The Board will hear a request from the County Administrator to adopt a resolution calling a special election, to be consolidated with the Nov. 4, 2014 General Election, on a measure increasing a special tax for paramedic services in County Service Area (CSA) #27. The CSA is a member of the Ross Valley Parademic Joint Powers Authority, which also includes the towns of Fairfax, Ross, Corte Madera and San Anselmo, the City of Larkspur, the Kentfield Fire District and the Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District.

Need more info? See the letter about the special tax.

Review

The Board adopted the resolution.

Contact

Matthew Hymel, County Administrator

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13. Appointments

Preview

The Board will consider two vacancies on the Commission on Aging, one vacancy on the Frank Lloyd Wright Civic Center Conservancy, three vacancies on the Kentfield Planning Advisory Board, four vacancies on the Library Commission, two vacancies on the Mental Health Board, two vacancies on the Parks and Open Space Commission, four vacancies on the Women's Commission, and 13 vacancies on the Workforce Investment Board.

Need more info? See the agenda for details on the interviews/appointments, or the Boards and Commissions webpage.

Review

The Board made the following appointments:

Commission on Aging: Mitzi Kemp, Marianne Gontarz-York, Ralph Marchese

Frank Lloyd Wright Civic Center Conservancy: Joan Brown

Kentfield Planning Advisory Board: Sandra Guldman, Anne Petersen

Library Commission: Joel Fugazzotto, Alison Howard, Loretta Farley, Barbara Schoen

Mental Health Board: Everett Brandon, Narayan Khalsa

Parks and Open Space Commission: Shelly Scott, Dennis Scremin

Women's Commission: Cecilia Zamora, Isabelle Gillis, Margaret Ballou

Workforce Investment Board: Debbie Antonsen, Robert Eyler, Bob Heinen, Madeline Kellner, Ginny Kuhel, Martha Nelson, Heather Ravani, Nanda Schorske, Windi Snearly, Pat Sorber

Contact

Clerk of the Board staff

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