YOLO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

MINUTES & SUPPORTING MATERIALS


Pursuant to County Code Section 2-1.103


OCTOBER 26, 2021 




 





 
COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
CHAIR, JIM PROVENZA, DISTRICT 4
VICE-CHAIR, ANGEL BARAJAS, DISTRICT 5
OSCAR VILLEGAS, DISTRICT 1
DON SAYLOR, DISTRICT 2
GARY SANDY, DISTRICT 3






NOTE: This meeting was held via teleconference, pursuant to Government Code section 54953(e)(1) (as amended by Assembly Bill 361),
available at the following 
link.









 
 
CHAD RINDE
INTERIM COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
PHILIP J. POGLEDICH
COUNTY COUNSEL
Roll Call:
Barajas
Villegas
Saylor
Sandy
Provenza

Chad Rinde, Interim County Administrator
Philip J. Pogledich, County Counsel




             
9:00 A.M. CALL TO ORDER
             
Pledge of Allegiance.
             
Roll Call.
             
Approval of Agenda
             
   1. Consider approval of agenda.  
             
         

Minute Order 21-158: Approved agenda as submitted.

MOVED BY: Villegas / SECONDED BY: Barajas
AYES: Barajas, Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 


             
Public Comment
             
   2. To be afforded a brief period of time to speak before the Board of Supervisors, please refer to further instructions at the end of the agenda on how to electronically participate and submit your public comments. Note: per the Ralph M. Brown Act, Board members may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed during the public comment period on items that are not on the agenda, but may not take action on such items. You may also share your thoughts with the Board of Supervisors by submitting a written statement via email to clerkoftheboard@yolocounty.org.  
             
         

There was no public comment.
 


             
CONSENT AGENDA
             
         

Minute Order 21-159: Approved Consent Agenda Item Nos. 3-28 with comments on Item No. 20.

MOVED BY: Saylor / SECONDED BY: Barajas
AYES: Barajas, Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 




             
General Government
             
Clerk of the Board
             
   3. Approve the minutes of the October 12, 2021 Board of Supervisors meeting.  
             
         

Approved the minutes of the October 12, 2021 Board of Supervisors meeting on Consent.
 


             
   4. Ratify the following:
 
  1. Resolution No. 21-135 recognizing November 7-13, 2021 as California Retired Teachers Week.
 
             
         

Ratified Resolution No. 21-135 on Consent.
 


             
   5. Accept resignations, consider appointments and reappointments.  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 


             
   6. Correspondence.  
             
         

Approved Correspondence on Consent.
 


             
   7. Conferences, meetings and events the Board of Supervisors attended.  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 



             
County Administrator
             
   8. Adopt Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) Resolution affirming the County contribution for health insurance for the Probation Association effective July 1, 2021. (No general fund impact) (Nunes)  
             
         

Approved Resolution No. 21-136 on Consent.
 


             
   9. Approve charter for the proposed Rolling Hills Acres Flooding Ad Hoc Subcommittee and appoint Supervisors Saylor and Barajas to participate in the Rolling Hills Acres Flooding Ad Hoc Subcommittee. (No general fund impact) (Cook/Sabatini)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 


             
   10. Receive drought update; affirm continuing drought emergency. (No general fund impact) (Rinde/Carey/Sabatini)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 



             
County Counsel
             
   11. Renew authorization for remote (teleconference/videoconference) meetings by finding, pursuant to Assembly Bill 361, that (a) the COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency is ongoing, and (b) local officials continue to recommend measures to promote social distancing. (No general fund impact) (Pogledich)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 



             
General Services
             
   12. Approve fourth amendment to Agreement No. 14-207 with Lionakis to extend the contract through September 30, 2022 and approve additional work authorization in the amount $282,000 to provide additional project management services for SB863 Leinberger Replacement Facility. (No general fund impact) (Yarris)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 21-253 on Consent.
 


             
   13. Approve official names for the following areas within County Buildings or Property: a) Marilyn Wirth Memorial which will be located at the Gibson House Property at 512 Gibson Road, Woodland, CA; and b) the Monroe Detention Medical Wing at 140 Tony Diaz Drive, Woodland, CA, as the Helen M. Thomson Wellness Unit. (No general fund impact) (Yarris)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 


             
   14. Approve and adopt the Security Fund Use Policy; direct the Director of General Services to have staff include the policy in the Yolo County Administration Policies and Procedures manual; and implement procedure and processes to give departments a comprehensive understanding of the appropriate use of Security Funds. (No general fund impact) (Yarris)  
             
         

Approved recommended action on Consent.
 



             
Human Resources
             
   15. Adopt Authorized Position and Salary Resolution to implement changes in the Community Services Department and Health & Human Services Agency. (No general fund impact) (Lara)  
             
         

Approved Resolution No. 21-137 on Consent.
 




             
Law & Justice Services
             
Probation
             
   16. Approve amendment to the 2021-22 Authorized Equipment List authorizing the purchase of two additional radios for the Probation Department's Juvenile Probation Services Division and adopt budget resolution adjusting the department's 2021-22 budget to reflect an increase of $15,515. (No general fund impact) (4/5 vote required) (Fruchtenicht/Liddicoet)  
             
         

Approved Budget Resolution No. 21-124.03 on Consent.
 



             
Sheriff-Coroner/Public Administrator
             
   17. Adopt a budget resolution reflecting appropriation adjustments to the 2021-22 Sheriff's Office Remote Access Network (RAN) Board budget and approve an amendment to the 2021-22 Authorized Equipment List. (No general fund impact) (4/5 vote required) (Lopez/Patterson)  
             
         

Approved Budget Resolution No. 21-124.04 on Consent.
 




             
Health & Human Services
             
Administration
             
   18. Approve and authorize Chair to sign Agreement Number 21-10279 with the California Department of Health Care Services for Rate Range Intergovernmental Transfer of Public Funds to assist in funding services for the Medi-Cal population for the service period of January 1, 2021, through December 31, 2021. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 21-254 on Consent.
 



             
Adult & Aging
             
   19. Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Agreement 21F-4052 Amendment 2 with the California Department of Community Services and Development for the County’s Community Services Block Grant – Community Action Plan increasing the funding allocation from $303,665 to $305,724 for the period of January 1, 2021 through May 31, 2022; and adopt a resolution authorizing acceptance and execution of the amendment and implementation of Yolo County’s Community Services Black Grant – Community Action Plan up to a funding total of $350,000. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 21-255 and Resolution No. 21-138 on Consent.
 


             
   20.
Approve agreement with CommuniCare Health Centers in the amount of $611,053.50 for the period of September 1, 2021 through August 31, 2023, for the provision of providing mobile medicine services. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)
 
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 21-256 on Consent.
 


             
   21.
Approve first amendment to Agreement No. 21-215 with CommuniCare Health Centers, Inc. to increase funding in the amount of $30,000 total, with $15,000 funding for each of November and December, for a new contract maximum of $58,455.72; update the term of the agreement to become effective November 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021; and add increased optional monthly extensions for the provisions of Project Room Key services. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)
 
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 21-257 on Consent.
 


             
   22. Approve third amendment to Agreement No. 19-230 with BHC Sierra Vista Hospital to increase funding by $70,000 for 2020-21 for a new contract maximum of $1,390,000, for the period of July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2022, to provide Acute Psychiatric Inpatient Services. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 21-258 on Consent.
 


             
   23. Approve eighth amendment to Agreement No. 18-35 with Mental Health Management I, Inc. dba Canyon Manor to add funding in the amount of $5,510.25 for 2020-21, for a new total contract maximum of $2,867,510.25 for the period of February 10, 2017, through June 30, 2021, for the provision of providing adult residential treatment services. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 21-259 on Consent.
 



             
Child, Youth & Family
             
   24. Adopt resolution authorizing the Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency to participate in and receive Housing Navigators Program – Round 2 funds from the California Department of Housing and Community Development to help young adults 18 to 21 years secure and maintain housing, with priority given to young adults in the foster care system. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved Resolution No. 21-139 on Consent.
 


             
   25. Adopt resolution authorizing the Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency to participate in and receive Transitional Housing Program – Round 3 funds from the California Department of Housing and Community Development to help young adults 18 to 24 years secure and maintain housing, with priority given to young adults formerly in the foster care or probation systems. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved Resolution No. 21-140 on Consent.
 


             
   26.
Ratify two amendments to continue Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Access and Linkage services through October 31, 2021, with an option to extend monthly through June 30, 2022. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)
 
             
         

Approved Agreement Nos. 21-260 and 21-261 on Consent.
 


             
   27.
Authorize the Yolo County Procurement Manager to execute the K-12 School Partnership provider agreements for the terms of November 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024, with options to extend up to June 30, 2026,  as well as any necessary amendments. The total of each agreement will vary; however, the total of all agreements shall not exceed $5,220,000. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)
 
             
         

Approved Agreement Nos. 21-262 thru 21-265 on Consent.
 


             
   28. Authorize the Yolo County Procurement Manager to approve and execute the first amendment to Agreement 21-42 with CommuniCare Health Centers, Inc. to add funding in the amount of $95,197.48, for a new contract maximum of $237,993.69 and extend the term through December 31, 2021, for the provision of implementing a single, coordinated plan for a mobile response system to meet the Family Urgent Response System legislative requirements. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)  
             
         

Approved Agreement No. 21-266 on Consent.
 




             
INTRODUCTIONS & HONORARY RESOLUTIONS
             
Introductions & Honorary Resolutions
             
   29. Acknowledge Honorary Resolutions.
 
  1. Resolution declaring the week of November 7-13, 2021 as California Retired Teachers Week. (Supervisor Saylor)
 
             
         

Resolution was presented.
 


             
   30. Introductions.
 
  1. S-P-I-R-I-T Awards Presentation. (Lara)
 
             
         

The Board of Supervisors recognized the following employees receiving S-P-I-R-I-T Awards:

Award for Service: Kristin Weivoda, Emergency Medical Services Administrator, Health and Human Services Agency

Award for Performance: Julie Cross, Secretary to the Director, County Administrator Office

Award for Integrity: Aimee Sisson, Health Office, Health and Human Services Agency

Award for Responsibility: Jessica Gojkovich, Conservatorship Office, Health and Human Services Agency

Award for Innovation: Bonus Buck Double Up Grocery Grant Team:
 
Soua Moua, Health and Human Services Manager II, Health and Human Services Agency
Chelsea Murdock, Administrative Services Analyst, Health and Human Services Agency
Jennifer Martinez, Health and Human Services Manager II, Health and Human Services Agency
Katya Lopez-Arreola, Employment and Social Services Supervisor, Health and Human Services Agency
Kara Perry, Health and Human Services Agency Coordinator, Health and Human Services Agency
Kate Stille, Nugget Markets
 
 
Award for Teamwork: Public Health COVID-19 Infection Control Team:
 
Betsie Cialino Helen Ng Katie Kelsch Carrie Ozeran
Anel Moreno Karri Halcomb Maria Duncan Debbie Clifford
David Linebarger Tang Cha Leslie Lee Daniel Lopez-Ruiz
Michelle Washington Serena Bhagirath Judie Henderson Michelle Keeler
Gabriela Castaneda Cathy Houts Mehdi Ziglari Emily Ault
Nicholas Gazda Sandra Valadez Diane Sherwin Kathryn McNitt
Lisa Remington Eileen Whitfield Kara Perry Kellymarie Chen
Janet Aguilar Karen Kolojejchich-Kotch  Susan Hensley Kristin Weivoda
Briana Ricketts Jaspreet Kaur Esmeralda Garza   Alanna Kennedy
Kelsa West Julie Vyfhuis Iris Ruvalcaba Roberto Paniagua
Melissa Vega Etheljean Tugadi Katelynn Stroth Alexxis Peterson
Alondra Gutierrez Ivory Jones Elizabeth Villareal  Valerie Cha
Zahra Enayat Jaime Gordon    

 




             
TIME SET AGENDA
             
9:00 a.m. General Services
             
   31. Receive presentation on the Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Park Feasibility Study and follow up presentation on OHV impacts within Cache Creek and provide any related direction. (No general fund impact) (Yarris/Sabatini)  
             
         

Lupita T, James Barrett and Nancy Ullrey addressed the Board of Supervisors on this item.  Additionally, the Clerk read public comments from David Abramson on behalf of the Yolo Climate Emergency Coalition and Helen Morrison.
 
 

Minute Order No. 21-160: Directed staff to return to the Board with an ordinance prohibiting OHV use at Cache Creek. Additionally, directed staff to bring back resource needs to implement this ban, including signage, enforcement and other related resources.

MOVED BY: Saylor / SECONDED BY: Sandy
AYES: Barajas, Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 
 

Minute Order No. 21-161: Directed staff to continue to develop the two concepts for a potential OHV Park as presented to the Board along with other options and partnerships that may be available.

MOVED BY: Villegas / SECONDED BY: Barajas
AYES: Barajas, Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 





             
REGULAR AGENDA
(NOTE: Items below may be heard at any time during the meeting)
             
General Government
             
Board of Supervisors
             
   32. Action items and reports from members of the Board of Supervisors, including announcements, questions to be referred to staff and reports on various 2x2s and meetings with other agencies. (Board of Supervisors)
 
  1. Committee on Capital Investments update. (Supervisors Saylor and Barajas)
 
             
         

Received Board Reports.
 




             
   33. Long Range Planning Calendar - recurring opportunity for Board members to discuss and as needed, direct staff regarding future Board agenda items. (Board of Supervisors)  
             
County Administrator
             
   34. Action items and reports from the Interim County Administrator. (Rinde)  
             
         

Received Report from the Interim County Administrator.
 




             
Law & Justice Services
             
District Attorney
             
   35. Receive presentation on the fentanyl crisis in Yolo County and consider funding toward fentanyl awareness campaign. (No general fund impact) (Reisig/Larsen)  
             
         

Rich Lee addressed the Board of Supervisors on this item.
 
 

Received presentation on the fentanyl crisis in Yolo County and considered funding toward fentanyl awareness campaign.
 




             
General Government
             
County Administrator
             
   36. Receive update and consider any actions needed to support the COVID-19, a virus in the Coronavirus family, response and recovery strategies. (No general fund impact) (Rinde/Sisson)  
             
         

Received update and considered any actions needed to support the COVID-19, a virus in the Coronavirus family, response and recovery strategies.
 


             
   37. Approve the Capital Improvement Plan for fiscal years 2022-2026. (No general fund impact) (Rinde/Van Hoosear)  
             
         

Minute Order No. 21-162: Approved recommended action.

MOVED BY: Sandy / SECONDED BY: Barajas
AYES: Barajas, Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza.
NOES: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
ABSENT: None.
 


             
   38. Receive update on American Rescue Plan Workgroups and obtain board direction on Community Benefit Grant Program concept. (No general fund impact) (Rinde/Will)  
             
         

Minute Order No. 21-163: Approved development of the American Rescue Plan mini-grant program concept and directed staff to return to Board with specific program for final approval at a subsequent meeting.

MOVED BY: Saylor / SECONDED BY: Sandy
AYES: Barajas, Villegas, Saylor, Sandy, Provenza.
NOES: None.
ABSENT: None.
ABSTAIN: None.
 




             
General Government
             
Assessor/Clerk-Recorder/Elections
             
   39. Receive election presentation and accept the Yolo County Certified Statement of Vote (SOV) Results for the September 14, 2021 California Gubernatorial Recall Election. (No general fund impact) (Salinas)  
             
         

Received election presentation and accepted the Yolo County Certified Statement of Vote (SOV) Results for the September 14, 2021 California Gubernatorial Recall Election.
 







             
CLOSED SESSION
             
Closed Session
             
   40. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1)
Name of cases:
  • Pacific Bell Telephone Company, et al. v. County of Yolo, Yolo Superior Court Case No. CV2021-105
  • Sprint Telephony PCS, L.P. v. County of Yolo, Yolo Superior Court Case No. CV2021-1055
  • T-Mobile West LLC v. County of Yolo, Yolo Superior Court Case No. CV2021-1067
 
             
   41. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1)
Name of case: Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation v. County of Yolo (Yolo Superior Court No. CV2021-1864)
 
             
   42. Public Employment, Employee Appointment or Evaluation
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957
Position title: County Administrator
 
             
   43. Public Report of action taken in Closed Session.  
             
ADJOURNMENT
             
In memory of:
             
  • Delfino Macias (Supervisors Barajas and Sandy)
             
Next meeting scheduled for: November 9, 2021

    

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