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CALENDAR FOR THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY
AND FOR SPECIAL DISTRICTS, AGENCIES, AND AUTHORITIES GOVERNED BY THE BOARD
BOARD CHAMBERS, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 1025 ESCOBAR STREET
MARTINEZ, CALIFORNIA 94553-1229



KAREN MITCHOFF, CHAIR, 4TH DISTRICT
FEDERAL D. GLOVER, VICE CHAIR, 5TH DISTRICT
JOHN GIOIA, 1ST DISTRICT
CANDACE ANDERSEN,  2ND DISTRICT
DIANE BURGIS, 3RD DISTRICT




MONICA NINO, CLERK OF THE BOARD AND COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR, (925) 655-2075

 
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ANNOTATED AGENDA & MINUTES
May 3, 2022
             
8:30 A.M.  Convene, call to order and opening ceremonies.

Closed Session

A.        PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
            Title: County Administrator
B.         CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Gov. Code § 54957.6)
Agency Negotiators:  Karen Mitchoff, Federal Glover
Unrepresented employee: County Administrator
Acting as the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of Contra Costa County:
C.         PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
Title:  Executive Director
D.        CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Gov. Code 54957.6)
Agency Negotiators:  Karen Mitchoff, Federal Glover
Unrepresented employee:  Executive Director

Inspirational Thought- "Try to be the rainbow in someone's cloud." ~Maya Angelou
Present:
John Gioia, District I Supervisor; Candace Andersen, District II Supervisor; Diane Burgis, District III Supervisor; Karen Mitchoff, District IV Supervisor; Federal D. Glover, District V Supervisor
Staff Present:
Monica Nino, County Administrator
Tom Geiger, Deputy County Counsel
  Supervisor Burgis did arrive directly following roll call. All Supervisors were present for Closed Session.  There were no reports from Closed Session.
             
CONSIDER CONSENT ITEMS  (Items listed as C.1 through C.34 on the following agenda) – Items are subject to removal from Consent Calendar by request of any Supervisor or on request for discussion by a member of the public.  Items removed from the Consent Calendar will be considered with the Discussion Items.
             
9:00 A.M.
             
DISCUSSION ITEMS
             
D.1  HEARING to consider an appeal of the County Planning Commission's approval of a land use permit for the Martinez Refinery Renewable Fuels Project at 150 Solano Way in Pacheco, to repurpose the Marathon Martinez Refinery for fuel production from renewable sources rather than from crude oil; consider certifying the project environmental impact report, adopting a mitigation monitoring program, findings, and permit conditions, and taking related actions under the California Environmental Quality Act; and consider approving a community benefits agreement related to the project. (Appellant—Natural Resources Defense Council, et al.; Applicant and Owner—Marathon Petroleum Corporation) (Joseph Lawlor, Department of Conservation and Development)
  Speakers: Anne Alexander, Natural Resources Defense Council, Connie Cho, Citizens for a Better Environment, and Greg (Appellents); Steve Konig;Greg Karras, (Applicant); Julia McGee, Marathon; Donald Horgan, Marathon; Jason Steinberg, Clyde; Mayim Wiens; James Kimball, USW Local 5-Marathon; Jackie Garcia, 350 Contra Costa; Gary Hughes, Biofuelwatch; Jan Warren, Interfaith Climate Action Network;  Charles Davidson; Janet Callaghan, Rodeo; Jesse Peralez, Carpenters Local xx; Lisa Jackson, 350 Contra Costa; Mike Cordy, Rodeo; Emily Hopkins, ICAN; O.G. Strogatz, 350 Contra Costa Acttion; Janet Pygeorge, Rodeo Citizens Association; Caller 6770; Name Not Given;  Bill Whitney; Tom Hanson, IBEW Loca 32; Woody Hastings, Climate Center; Marti Roach; Ken Miller, Iron Workers Local 378; Nick Weathers, Northwest Regional Many Helmets to Hardhats; Cynthia Mahoney, M.D.; Clair Brown; Lisa Chang, M.D.; Chuck Leonard Plumbers & Steamfitters Local 342; Fernando C. Laborers Local 324; Andrew Meredith, State Building & Construction Trades Council of California; Stephanie; Liz Ritchie, Timothy Jeffries, Boilermakers Local 549; Theresa Foglio-Ramirez.

Written commentary received on this matter attached.

CLOSED the hearing;
CERTIFIED that the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Martinez Refinery Renewable Fuels Project (State Clearinghouse #2021020289) was completed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), was reviewed and considered by the Board of Supervisors before project approval, and reflects the County’s independent judgment and analysis; 
CERTIFIED the EIR prepared for the Martinez Refinery Renewable Fuels Project;
ADOPTED the CEQA findings for the Project; ADOPTED the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for the Project;
ADOPTED the statement of overriding considerations for the Project;
DIRECTED the Department of Conservation and Development to file a CEQA Notice of Determination with the County Clerk;
SPECIFIED that the Department of Conservation and Development, located at 30 Muir Road, Martinez, CA, is the custodian of the documents and other material which constitute the record of proceedings upon which the decision of the Board of Supervisors is based;
DENIED the appeal of Asian Pacific Environmental Network, Biofuel Watch, Center for Biological Diversity, Communities for a Better Environment, Richmond City Councilmembers Claudia Jimenez, Eduardo Martinez and Gayle McLaughlin, Friends of the Earth, Interfaith Climate Action Network of Contra Costa County, Natural Resources Defense Council, Rodeo Citizens Association, San Francisco Baykeeper, The Climate Center, Sunflower Alliance, and 350 Contra Costa County; 
APPROVED the Martinez Refinery Renewable Fuels Project. (Permit No. CDLP20-02046);
APPROVED the findings in support of the Project;
APPROVED the Project conditions of approval;
APPROVED the Community Benefits Agreement;
DIRECTED the  addition of a Condition of Approval: 
The owner/operator shall ensure that refinery does not process more than 48,000 barrels of renewable feedstock per day combined, based on a rolling 365 day average.
 
To determine compliance with the above condition(s), the owner/operator shall maintain the following records and provide all of the data necessary to evaluate compliance, including, but not necessarily limited to, the following information: On a daily basis, type and amount of renewable feedstock processed.
 
These records shall be kept on-site for at least 5 years. All records shall be recorded in an BAAQMD approved log and made available for inspection by County staff upon request. These recordkeeping Requirements shall not replace the recordkeeping Requirements contained in any applicable BAAQMD Regulations.


 
and DIRECTED the addition of a Condition of Approval : Applicant shall use its best good faith efforts to investigate and use organic waste from local sources as feedstock at the facility.


Representative of Marathon verbally confirmed  agreement with the Community Benefit Agreement and the additional Conditions of Approval.
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  EXHIBIT A - BACKGROUND SECTION
  EXHIBIT B - FINDINGS & COA
  EXHIBIT C - MAPS
  EXHIBIT D - DRAFT CBA
  EXHIBIT E - DEIR (LINK)
  EXHIBIT F - FEIR and MMRP (LINK)
  EXHIBIT G - PROJECT PLANS
  EXHIBIT H - APPEAL LETTER
  EXHIBIT I - PRESENTATION
  Correspondence Received - 1
  Correspondence Received - 2
  Correspondence Received - 3
 
             
D.2  HEARING to consider an appeal of the County Planning Commission's approval of a land use permit for the Phillips 66 Rodeo Renewed Project at 1380 San Pablo Ave in Rodeo, to repurpose the Phillips 66 Rodeo Refinery for fuel production from renewable sources rather than from crude oil; consider certifying the project environmental impact report, adopting a mitigation monitoring program, findings, and permit conditions, and taking related actions under the California Environmental Quality Act; and consider approving a community benefits agreement related to the project. (Appellants—Natural Resources Defense Council, et al.; Charles Davidson; Crockett Community Foundation; Applicant and Owner—Phillips 66 Company) (Gary Kupp, Department of Conservation and Development)
  Speakers: Anne Alexander, Natural Resources Defense Council; Connie Cho, Citizens for a Better Environment;Greg Harris (Appellants); Charles Davidson (Appellant); Brian Montgomery, Crockett Commnity Foundation (Appellant); Richard Harbison, VP Phillips 66 Refinery (Applicant); Greg Feere, VP California Building Trades Council; Michael Cody, Rodeo;  Tim Johnson, Schultz; Tyson Bagley, United Steelworkers Local 326; Gurant Murdock, Crockett Community Services District; Anthony Hodge, New Horizons; Janet Callaghan; Gary Hughes, Biofuelwatch; Janet Pyegeorge, Rodeo Citizens Association; Jan Warren, Interfaith Climate Action Network; Jesse Peralez, Local 152, Carbcutters 152; Jackie Garcia, 350 Contra Costa; Christine Cody, Rodeo; Michael Kirker, Director Rodeo Community Services District; Charles Miller, Superintendent, John Swett School District; Maureen Brennan, Rodeo; Teresa Foglio-Ramirez, Rodeo Shoshanna, Sunflower Alliance.
Written commentary received is attached.

ADOPTED the recommendations with the addition of the following Conditions of Approval:

 
The owner/operator shall ensure that refinery doesn't exceed these limits:
* cannot input more than 80,000 arrels of renewable feedstock per day, combined, based on a rolling 12 month period to the pretreatment unit
* cannot process more than 67,000 bpd of renewable fuels


 
To determine compliance with the above conditions, the owner/operator shall maintain the following records and provided all the data necessary to evaluate compliance, including but not necessaryl limited to, the following information:  On a dailey baisis, type and amount of renewable feedstock processed.

These records shall be kept on-site for at least 5 years.  all records shall be recorded in an BAAQMD approve log and made available for inspections by County staff upon requiest.  Thes recordkeeping Requirements shall not replace the recordkeeping Requirements containe in any applicable BAAQMD Regulations.

Representative of Phillips 66 verbally confirmed  agreement with the Community Benefit Agreement and the additional Conditions of Approval.


 
  Attachments:
  Attachment 1 - Project Background & Appeal Responses
  Attachment 2 - Project Findings & Conditions
  Attachment 3 - Link to Environmental Impact Report
  Attachment 4 - Community Benefits Agreement
  Attachment 5 - NRDC Appeal Letter
  Attachment 6 - Charles Davidson Appeal Letter
  Attachment 7 - Crockett Community Foundation Appeal Letter
  Attachment 8 - Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting
  Attachment 9 - Maps and Site Plans
  Attachment 10- Presentation
  Correspondence Received - 1
  Correspondence Received - 2
  Correspondence Received - 3
 
             
        D. 3   CONSIDER Consent Items previously removed.
  There were no items removed from consent for discussion.
             
        D. 4   PUBLIC COMMENT (2 Minutes/Speaker)
  Gary, Vice President of an HOA in Contra Costa, believes that  Contra Costa is not enforcing fire safety laws.. He noted that there is only one person to do the inspections in his area that are required by law. He said that now building efficient standard requires new construction to include solar energy that generates enough power to offset the annual usage;

Liz Ritche read into the record portions of a letter known as Preservation Paper and Electronic Evidence that she says was sent to the Elections Office of each county.  Ms. Ritchie will send a copy to the Board via email;

Name not given, commended the Board for completing today's very long hearings and advised that in the que for telephone callers some calls appeared to drop.


 
             
        D. 5   CONSIDER reports of Board members.
  There were no items reported today.
             
Closed Session
  There were no announcements from Closed Session.
             
ADJOURN
  Adjourned today's meeting at 3:50 p.m.
             
CONSENT ITEMS
             
Road and Transportation
             
C. 1  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/132 approving and authorizing the Public Works Director, or designee, to fully close a portion of Bixler Road between Echo Place and Balfour Road, and Point of Timber Road east of Poe Drive, on June 14, 2022 through August 2, 2022 from 7:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m., for maintenance on existing Pacific Gas and Electric Company natural gas line system, Byron area. (No fiscal impact)
 
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution No. 2022/132
  Signed: Resolution No. 2022/132
 
             
C. 2  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/141 approving and authorizing the Public Works Director, or designee, to fully close a portion of Springbrook Road between Gilmore Court and Sherwood Way, on June 1, 2022 through September 1, 2022 from 7:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m., for installation of East Bay Municipal Utility District water main and accompanying infrastructure, Walnut Creek area. (No fiscal impact)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution No. 2022/141
  Signed: Resolution No. 2022/141
 
             
C. 3  ADOPT Traffic Resolution No. 2022/4520 to prohibit stopping, standing, or parking on a portion of Arlington Boulevard, as recommended by the Public Works Director, East Richmond Heights area. (No fiscal impact)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Traffic Resolution 2022/4520
  Signed: Traffic Resolution No. 2022/4520
 
             
C. 4  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Public Works Director, or designee, to execute a reimbursement agreement with IPT Richmond DC III LLC in the amount of $267,950 for offsite roadway improvements that serve developments within the North Richmond Area of Benefit, North Richmond area. (100% North Richmond Area of Benefit Funds)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Reimbursement Agreement
  Exhibit A
  Exhibit B
  NR AOB Nexus Study Proj. List
 
             
C. 5  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/149 accepting as complete the contracted work performed by Sposeto Engineering, Inc., for the 2021 Countywide Curb Ramp Project, as recommended by the Public Works Director, Countywide. (100% Local Road Funds)
 
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution No. 2022/149
  Signed: Resolution No 2022/149
 
             
Engineering Services

             
C. 6  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/138 approving the thirteenth extension of the Subdivision Agreement for subdivision SD06-09131, for a project being developed by Jasraj Singh & Tomas Baluyut, as recommended by the Public Works Director, Bay Point area. (No fiscal impact)
 
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution No. 2022/138
  Subdivision Agreement Extension
  Signed: Resolution No. 2022/138
 
             
C. 7  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/142 accepting for recording purposes only an Offer of Dedication for Roadway Purposes for minor subdivision MS19-00007, for a project being developed by Campos Development, LLC, as recommended by the Public Works Director, Walnut Creek area. (No fiscal impact)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution No. 2022/142
  Offer of Dedication - Road Purposes
  Signed: Resolution No. 2022/142
 
             
C. 8  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/143 approving the Parcel Map and Subdivision Agreement for minor subdivision MS19-00007, for a project being developed by Campos Development, LLC, as recommended by the Public Works Director, Walnut Creek area. (No fiscal impact)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution No. 2022/143
  Parcel Map
  Subdivision Agreement & Improvement Security Bond
  Tax Letter
  Signed: Resolution No. 2022/143
 
             
Honors & Proclamations

             
C. 9  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/147 proclaiming May 2022 as "Bike to Wherever Days" and May 20, 2022 as "Bike to Work Day," as recommended by the Conservation and Development and Public Works Department Directors.  (No fiscal impact)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution 2022/147
  Signed Resolution No. 2022/147
  Exhibit A- Bike to Work Memo
  Exhibit B- Bike to Work Flyer
 
             
C. 10  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/166 recognizing El Cerrito Fire Chief Michael Pigoni for his 40 years of service, as recommended by Supervisor Gioia.
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution 2022/166
  Signed Resolution No. 2022/166
 
             
Appointments & Resignations

             
C. 11  APPOINT David Yuers to Seat 2 and Anthony Geisler to Seat 3 on the Historical Landmarks Advisory Committee for terms ending August 12, 2022, as recommended by the Contra Costa County Historical Society.
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  CCC Historical Society Letter of Recommendation
 
             
C. 12  REAPPOINT Philip Leiber to the Category 2 Seat, a statutory member representing legislative bodies of the special districts in the County, on the Treasury Oversight Committee for a term ending April 30, 2026, as recommended by the Treasurer-Tax Collector.
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  TOC Appointment_Philip Leiber
 
             
Appropriation Adjustments

             
C. 13  Health Services (0450)/ISF Fleet Services (0064): APPROVE Appropriation and Revenue Adjustment No. 5045 authorizing the transfer of appropriations in the amount of $60,842 from the Public Health Senior Nutrition Program (0450) to the General Services - Fleet Operations (0064) for the purchase of a vehicle for the Senior Nutrition Program. (100% Federal Older Americans Act)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  TC24/27 AP005045
  Signed: Appropriations & Adjustment No. 5045
 
             
Personnel Actions

             
C. 14  ADOPT Position Adjustment Resolution No. 25931 to add one part-time (20/40) Deputy District Attorney - Advanced (represented) position, add one part-time (20/40) Deputy District Attorney - Basic (represented) position and cancel one full-time vacant Deputy District Attorney - Advanced (represented) position in the District Attorney's Office. (100% General Fund)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  P300 25931
  Signed P300 25931
 
             
C. 15  ADOPT Position Adjustment Resolution No. 25922 to add one Workers' Compensation Claims Adjuster I (represented) in Risk Management. (Cost savings)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  P300 25922
  Signed P300 25922
 
             
Grants & Contracts
             
APPROVE and AUTHORIZE execution of agreements between the County and the following agencies for receipt of fund and/or services:

             
C. 16  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with the California Department of Public Health, Tuberculosis Control Branch, to increase the amount payable to the County by $5,000 to a new amount of up to $309,417 with no change in the original term of July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022, and AUTHORIZE the Purchasing Manager to procure gift cards and vouchers for food, shelter, incentives and enablers (FSIE) totaling up to $5,000 to meet the FSIE needs of Tuberculosis Control Program patients. (No County match)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 17  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/152 approving and authorizing the Sheriff-Coroner or designee, to apply for and accept a California Division of Boating and Waterways Surrendered and Abandoned Vessel Exchange Grant in an initial allocation of $467,210 for the abatement of abandoned vessels and the vessel turn in program on County waterways for the period beginning October 1, 2022 through the end of the grant funding availability. (90% State, 10% County in-kind match)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution 2022/152
  Signed Resolution No. 2022/152
 
             
C. 18  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to accept a grant award from the State of California Health and Human Services Agency, California Department of Public Health, to pay the County an amount up to $895,271 for the California Equitable Recovery Initiative to address COVID-19 health disparities among populations at high-risk and underserved communities for the period September 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023.  (No County match)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
APPROVE and AUTHORIZE execution of agreement between the County and the following parties as noted for the purchase of equipment and/or services:

             
C. 19  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with Elior, Inc. (dba Trio Community Meals, LLC), to modify the rate schedule for additional meal services for the County’s Senior Nutrition Program with no change in the payment limit of $4,694,071 or term July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. (41% Meals on Wheels, 30% Federal Title C-2, 23% Federal Title C-1, 6% Federal and State emergency funds)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Elior Late Memo
 
             
C. 20  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with WestCare California Inc., to increase the payment limit by $168,416 to a new payment limit of $2,092,935 to continue providing substance use disorder prevention, treatment and detoxification services for West Contra Costa County residents with no change in the term July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. (100% Assembly Bill 109)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 21  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Employment and Human Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with Planet Technologies, Inc. to increase the payment limit by $215,000 to a new payment limit $314,000, and to extend the term from August 1, 2022 through August 1, 2023 to upgrade the department-wide communication system known as STARS (Shared Text Automated Retrieval System).  (51% State, 44% Federal, 5% County)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 22  AWARD and AUTHORIZE the Public Works Director, or designee, to execute a construction contract with Kerex Engineering, Inc., in the amount of $1,698,315 for the 2022 Countywide Curb Ramp Project, Rodeo, Pacheco, Walnut Creek, and Bay Point areas. (100% Local Road Funds)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 23  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with Bach-Kim Nguyen, O.D. (dba Walnut Creek Optometry Group), in an amount not to exceed $225,000 to provide optometric services to Contra Costa Health Plan (CCHP) members for the period April 1, 2022 through March 31, 2025. (100% CCHP Enterprise Fund II)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 24  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with Ujima Family Recovery Services, to modify the rates for outpatient treatment services for pregnant and parenting women and their young children, with no change in the payment limit of $3,273,091 or term July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. (78% Drug Medi-Cal, 10% Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Perinatal Set-Aside, 9% Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant, 3% Assembly Bill 109)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 25  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with Bi-Bett, to modify the rates for residential treatment for substance use disorder treatment services for county residents referred through the Behavioral Health Access Line with no change in the payment limit of $5,232,481 or term July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. (71% Federal Medi-Cal, 25% Assembly Bill 109, 4% Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Block Grant)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
Other: District II Supervisor Candace Andersen (RECUSE)
             
C. 26  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract amendment with J Cole Recovery Homes, Inc., to modify the rates for residential substance abuse use disorder treatment services for male offenders in East Contra Costa County with no change in the payment limit of $934,893 or term July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. (30% Local, 29% Federal Drug Medi-Cal, 29% State, 12% Assembly Bill 109)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 27  Acting as the governing body of the Crockett-Carquinez Fire Protection District, APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Fire Chief, or designee, to execute a contract with Rosenbauer South Dakota, LLC for the manufacture and sale of one 2,000-Gallon Water Tender in an amount not to exceed $310,687. (80% Crockett Community Foundation Grant, 20% Crockett-Carquinez Fire District)

 
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
Other Actions
             
C. 28  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Auditor-Controller, or designee, to pay $5,337 to SJBH, LLC (dba San Jose Behavioral Health Hospital) for the provision of inpatient psychiatric treatment services for County referred children, adolescents and adults during the month of June 2021. (100% Mental Health Realignment)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 29  AUTHORIZE the Auditor-Controller to issue a refund of overpayment of documentary transfer tax totaling $100,002 to specified parties, as recommended by the Clerk-Recorder.  (100% County General Fund)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 30  RECEIVE 2021 Annual Report submitted by the Bay Point Municipal Advisory Council, as recommended by Supervisor Glover.
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Bay Point Municipal Advisory Council - 2021 Annual Report
 
             
C. 31  DECLARE and ACCEPT the results of the April 5, 2022 Special Primary Election 11th Assembly District, as recommended by the Clerk-Recorder and Registrar of Voters.
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  04/05/22 Official Canvass
  04/05/22 Official Certification
 
             
C. 32  APPROVE clarification of Board action of February 22, 2022 (Item C.51), which authorized the Health Services Director, or designee, to execute a contract with Bridge Hospice East Bay, LLC, in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 to provide hospice services for Contra Costa Health Plan members, to reflect to correct term of November 1, 2021 through October 31, 2024. (No fiscal impact) 
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 33  APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Purchasing Agent to execute, on behalf of the Sheriff-Coroner, a purchase order with Hammons Supply Company in an amount not to exceed $400,000 for the purchase of custodial supplies and equipment repairs as needed by the three County detention facilities, for the period May 1, 2022 through April 30, 2023. (100% General Fund)
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
             
C. 34  ADOPT Resolution No. 2022/153 authorizing postponement of the Annual Property Tax Sale approved February 22, 2022 by Board Order C.58, to be delayed an additional month until June 29, 2022, as recommended by the Treasurer-Tax Collector.
 
AYE: District I Supervisor John Gioia, District II Supervisor Candace Andersen, District III Supervisor Diane Burgis, District IV Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover
  Attachments:
  Resolution 2022/153
  Signed Resolution No. 2022/153
  49283_2022 PA SCO Form
 
GENERAL INFORMATION
The Board meets in all its capacities pursuant to Ordinance Code Section 24-2.402, including as the Housing Authority and the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency. Persons who wish to address the Board should complete the form provided for that purpose and furnish a copy of any written statement to the Clerk.

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All matters listed under CONSENT ITEMS are considered by the Board to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless requested by a member of the Board or a member of the public prior to the time the Board votes on the motion to adopt. 

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or to clerkoftheboard@cob.cccounty.us.

The County will provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities planning to attend Board meetings who contact the Clerk of the Board at least 24 hours before the meeting, at (925) 655-2000.  An assistive listening device is available from the Clerk, First Floor.

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STANDING COMMITTEES

The Airport Committee (Supervisors Karen Mitchoff and Diane Burgis) meets quarterly on the second Wednesday of the month at 11:00 a.m. at the Director of Airports Office, 550 Sally Ride Drive, Concord.

The Family and Human Services Committee (Supervisors John Gioia and Candace Andersen) meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 9:00 a.m. in Room 110, County Administration Building, 1025 Escobar Street, Martinez.

The Finance Committee (Supervisors John Gioia and Karen Mitchoff) meets on the first Monday of the month at 9:00 a.m. in Room 110, County Administration Building, 1025 Escobar Street, Martinez.

The Hiring Outreach Oversight Committee (Supervisors Federal D. Glover and John Gioia) meets quarterly on the first Monday of the month at 10:30 a.m.. in Room 110, County Administration Building, 1025 Escobar Street, Martinez.

The Internal Operations Committee (Supervisors Candace Andersen and Diane Burgis) meets on the second Monday of the month at 10:30 a.m.  in Room 110, County Administration Building, 1025 Escobar Street, Martinez.

The Legislation Committee (Supervisors Karen Mitchoff and Diane Burgis) meets on the second Monday of the month at 1:00 p.m. in Room 110, County Administration Building, 1025  Street, Martinez.

The Public Protection Committee (Supervisors Andersen and Federal D. Glover) meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 10:30 a.m. in Room 110, County Administration Building, 1025 Escobar Street, Martinez.

The Sustainability Committee (Supervisors Federal D. Glover and John Gioia) meets on the fourth Monday of every other month at 1:00 p.m. in Room 110, County Administration Building, 1025 Escobar Street, Martinez.

The Transportation, Water & Infrastructure Committee (Supervisors Candace Andersen and Karen Mitchoff) meets on the second Monday of the month at 9:00 a.m. in Room 110, County Administration Building, 1025 Escobar Street, Martinez.


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Glossary of Acronyms, Abbreviations, and other Terms (in alphabetical order):

Contra Costa County has a policy of making limited use of acronyms, abbreviations, and industry-specific language in its Board of Supervisors meetings and written materials. Following is a list of commonly used language that may appear in oral presentations and written materials associated with Board meetings:

AB Assembly Bill
ABAG Association of Bay Area Governments
ACA Assembly Constitutional Amendment
ADA Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
AFSCME American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees
AICP American Institute of Certified Planners
AIDS Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
ALUC Airport Land Use Commission
AOD Alcohol and Other Drugs
ARRA  American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009
BAAQMD Bay Area Air Quality Management District
BART Bay Area Rapid Transit District
BayRICS Bay Area Regional Interoperable Communications System
BCDC Bay Conservation & Development Commission
BGO Better Government Ordinance
BOS Board of Supervisors
CALTRANS California Department of Transportation
CalWIN California Works Information Network
CalWORKS California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids
CAER Community Awareness Emergency Response
CAO County Administrative Officer or Office
CCCPFD (ConFire) Contra Costa County Fire Protection District
CCHP Contra Costa Health Plan
CCTA Contra Costa Transportation Authority
CCRMC Contra Costa Regional Medical Center
CCWD Contra Costa Water District
CDBG Community Development Block Grant
CFDA Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
CEQA California Environmental Quality Act
CIO Chief Information Officer
COLA Cost of living adjustment
ConFire (CCCFPD) Contra Costa County Fire Protection District
CPA Certified Public Accountant
CPI Consumer Price Index
CSA County Service Area
CSAC California State Association of Counties
CTC California Transportation Commission
dba doing business as
DSRIP Delivery System Reform Incentive Program
EBMUD East Bay Municipal Utility District
ECCFPD East Contra Costa Fire Protection District
EIR Environmental Impact Report
EIS Environmental Impact Statement
EMCC Emergency Medical Care Committee
EMS Emergency Medical Services
EPSDT Early State Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Program (Mental Health)
et al. et alii (and others)
FAA Federal Aviation Administration
FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency
F&HS Family and Human Services Committee
First 5 First Five Children and Families Commission (Proposition 10)
FTE Full Time Equivalent
FY Fiscal Year
GHAD Geologic Hazard Abatement District
GIS Geographic Information System
HCD (State Dept of) Housing & Community Development
HHS (State Dept of ) Health and Human Services
HIPAA Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
HIV Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome
HOV High Occupancy Vehicle
HR Human Resources
HUD United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
IHSS In-Home Supportive Services
Inc. Incorporated
IOC Internal Operations Committee
ISO Industrial Safety Ordinance
JPA Joint (exercise of) Powers Authority or Agreement
Lamorinda Lafayette-Moraga-Orinda Area
LAFCo Local Agency Formation Commission
LLC Limited Liability Company
LLP Limited Liability Partnership
Local 1 Public Employees Union Local 1
LVN Licensed Vocational Nurse
MAC Municipal Advisory Council
MBE Minority Business Enterprise
M.D. Medical Doctor
M.F.T. Marriage and Family Therapist
MIS Management Information System
MOE Maintenance of Effort
MOU Memorandum of Understanding
MTC Metropolitan Transportation Commission
NACo National Association of Counties
NEPA National Environmental Policy Act
OB-GYN Obstetrics and Gynecology
O.D. Doctor of Optometry
OES-EOC Office of Emergency Services-Emergency Operations Center
OPEB Other Post Employment Benefits
OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PARS Public Agencies Retirement Services
PEPRA Public Employees Pension Reform Act
Psy.D. Doctor of Psychology
RDA Redevelopment Agency
RFI Request For Information
RFP Request For Proposal
RFQ Request For Qualifications
RN Registered Nurse
SB Senate Bill
SBE Small Business Enterprise
SEIU Service Employees International Union
SUASI  Super Urban Area Security Initiative
SWAT Southwest Area Transportation Committee
TRANSPAC Transportation Partnership & Cooperation (Central)
TRANSPLAN Transportation Planning Committee (East County)
TRE or TTE Trustee
TWIC Transportation, Water and Infrastructure Committee
UASI  Urban Area Security Initiative
VA Department of Veterans Affairs
vs. versus (against)
WAN Wide Area Network
WBE Women Business Enterprise
WCCTAC West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee






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