Meeting Supporting Documents

Board of Supervisors 1/28/2020 Regular Meeting

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4A

Presentation of a Retirement Proclamation to Mary Butler, Chief Probation Officer, in recognition of 36 years of service to the people of Napa County.

Supporting Documents
A Proclamation (Added after meeting) ( Adobe PDF - 377 kb )

6A

Director of Public Works requests approval of and authorization for the Chair to sign Amendment No.1 to Lease Agreement No. 8307 with Waltraud and John Tuteur 1989 Revocable Family Trust for space located at 1917 First Street, Napa, for a five (5) year term beginning July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2025, with a monthly rental amount of $3,306.67 during FY 2020-2021 and a 2% annual increase for the remaining four (4) years.


6B

Director of Public Works requests authorization for the Chair to sign three Purchase and Sale Agreements and Easement Deeds for the Brookside Drive Storm Damage Repair Project, RDS 18-09 for:

  1. The acquisition of a right-of-way easement and a storm drain easement from Stacey Bauer for the value of $8,700. (Assessor’s Parcel Number 024-210-020);
  2. The acquisition of a storm drain easement from Jagodinka Alimpic for the value of $2,000. (Assessor’s Parcel Number 024-210-022); and  
  3. The acquisition of a temporary construction easement from Pacific Union College for the value of $3,600. (Assessor’s Parcel Number 024-400-006).
Supporting Documents
A Budget for Brookside Drive Repair ( Adobe PDF - 197 kb )

6C

Director of Public Works requests approval of and authorization for the Chair to sign a Measure A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with La Tierra Mutual Water Company for a maximum of $28,946 to implement a project to improve water reservoirs, water quality, and water system reliability for the term January 7, 2020 through 60 days following notification to the County that the project has been completed.


6D

Director of Public Works requests the following:

  1. Award of a contract to Gordon N. Ball, Inc. of Alamo, California for their low base bid of $2,458,775 and authorize the Chair to sign the construction contract for the following 2017 Storm Slide Repairs-Retaining Wall projects:  
    1. Dry Creek Road MPM 10.50, RDS 19-09, FEMA 4308-DR-CA, NANCC93;  
    2. Dry Creek Road MPM 7.75, RDS 19-10, FEMA 4350-DR-CA, NANCC94;  
    3. Mt. Veeder Road MPM 4.75, RDS 19-11, FEMA 4308-DR-CA, NANCC97; and   
    4. Dry Creek Road MPM 7.51, RDS 19-15, FEMA 4308-DR-CA, NANCC53
  2. Approval of Budget Transfer No. DPW024 for the following (4/5 vote required):   
    1. Increase appropriation by $3,845,497 in Measure T non-operating special revenue fund (Fund 244, Sub-Division 1220053) offset by the use of its available fund balance to fund the following four Storm 2017 Roads Capital Improvement Projects:   
    2. Increase appropriation by $745,327 in Dry Creek Road-MPM 10.5, RDS 19-09, project budget in the Roads CIP budget (Program S7313) offset by increase in revenue from the transfer from Measure T funds;  
    3. Increase appropriation by $573,275 in Dry Creek Road-MPM 7.75, RDS 19-10, project budget in the Roads CIP budget (Program S7402) offset by increase in revenue from the transfer from Measure T funds;
    4. Increase appropriation by $1,725,201 in Mt. Veeder Road-MPM 4.75, RDS 19-11, project budget in the Roads CIP budget (Program S7405) offset by increase in revenue from the transfer from Measure T funds; and
    5. Increase appropriation by $801,694 in Dry Creek Road-MPM 7.51, 19-15, project budget in the Roads CIP budget (Program S7202) offset by increase in revenue from the transfer from Measure T funds.    
Supporting Documents
A Project Total-4 Sites ( Adobe PDF - 382 kb )
B Budget- Dry Creek MPM 10.5, RDS 19-09 ( Adobe PDF - 378 kb )
C Budget- Dry Creek MPM 7.75, RDS 19-10 ( Adobe PDF - 379 kb )
D Budget- Dry Creek MPM 4.75, RDS 19-11 ( Adobe PDF - 380 kb )
E Budget- Dry Creek MPM 7.51, RDS 19-15 ( Adobe PDF - 379 kb )

6E

Director of Public Works requests approval of plans and specifications for the Berryessa/Knoxville Road MPM 20.50-22.00 Culvert Replacement Project (NANCC08), PA-09-CA-4301-PW-00233(1), RDS 19-08 and authorization to advertise for sealed bids and opening of the bids at a time, date, and location to be published by the Director of Public Works pursuant to Section 20150.8 of the Public Contract Code.

Supporting Documents
A Berryessa Culvert Budget 1.9.20 ( Adobe PDF - 41 kb )

6F

Director of Public Works requests acceptance of a donation in the amount of $1,910.78 from Hog Island Oyster Co., INC to the Napa County Animal Shelter and approval for the Chair to sign a letter of appreciation.

Supporting Documents
A UPDATED Hog Island 1.28.20 ( Adobe PDF - 122 kb )

6G

Director of Public Works requests acceptance of a donation in the amount of $1,050 from Pet Food Express to the Napa County Animal Shelter and approval for the Chair to sign a letter of appreciation.

Supporting Documents
A UPDATED PFE. 1.28.20 ( Adobe PDF - 122 kb )

6H

Second reading and adoption of an ordinance repealing County Code Chapter 18.117, Small Wind Energy Systems, and replacing in its entirety with a new Chapter, Renewable Energy Systems, establishing development requirements for accessory on-site solar energy systems and commercial renewable energy production facilities, and amending sections 18.24.030 (AV-AIRPORT DISTRICT), 18.36.030 (I-INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT), 18.40.020 (IP-INDUSTRIAL PARK DISTRICT, 18.44.020 (GI-GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT), and 18.50.030 (PL-PUBLIC LANDS DISTRICT) to allow commercial renewable energy facilities upon grant of a use permit; and amending section 18.120.010 (EXCEPTIONS TO USE LIMITATIONS) of Title 18 of the Napa County Code.

ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION:
Consideration and possible adoption of Categorical Exemptions Class 7, Class 8, Class 4, Class 5 and the General Rule. It has been determined that this type of project does not have a significant effect on the environment and is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. [See Categorical Exemption Class 7 (“Actions by Regulatory Agencies for Protection of Natural Resources”) which may be found in the guidelines for the implementation of the CEQA at 14 CCR §15307]; Categorical Exemption Class 8 (“Actions by Regulatory Agencies for Protection of the Environment”) which may be found in the guidelines for the implementation of the CEQA at 14 CCR §15308]; Categorical Exemption Class 4 (“Minor Alterations to Land”) which may be found in the guidelines for the implementation of the CEQA at 14 CCR §15304; see also Napa County’s Local Procedures for Implementing the California Environmental Quality Act, Appendix B]; Categorical Exemption Class 5 (“Minor Alterations in Land Use Limitations”) which may be found in the guidelines for the implementation of the CEQA at 14 CCR §15305; see also Napa County’s Local Procedures for Implementing the California Environmental Quality Act, Appendix B]; and General Rule in that it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility the proposed action may have a significant effect on the environment and therefore CEQA is not applicable. [See Guidelines For the Implementation of the CEQA 14 CCR 15061(b)(3)]. This project is not on any lists of hazardous waste sites enumerated under Government Code Section 65962.5.

Supporting Documents
A Renewable Energy Ordinance CLEAN ( Microsoft Word Document - 68 kb )
B Renewable Energy Ordinance TRACKED CHANGES ( Adobe PDF - 144 kb )
C Renewable Energy Ordinance General Plan & Zoning Maps ( Adobe PDF - 8946 kb )

6I

County Executive Officer/Purchasing Agent/Sheriff request a waiver of competitive bidding requirements and sole source award for the purchase of a US-1 Drone from Impossible Aerospace Corporation of Santa Clara, California, for a total of $34,172 pursuant to County Ordinance Code 2.36.090.


6J

County Executive Officer and Risk & Emergency Services Manager request the following actions regarding Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) 2019 grant funding:

  1. Approval of and authorization for the Chair to sign a revenue agreement with the City and County of San Francisco, as the distribution agent for UASI grant funds, for a maximum of $38,700 for the term of November 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020, to purchase seven (7) interoperable, multiband portable radios to improve interoperable communications capabilities; and  
  2. Adopt a resolution under the 2019 Urban Area Security Initiative authorizing the County Executive Officer and the Risk & Emergency Services Manager to take the action necessary to accept and administer this grant and to sign associated modifications and reimbursement forms.

Supporting Documents
A Resolution ( Microsoft Word Document - 22 kb )

6K

Director of Housing and Homeless Services requests approval of and authorization for the Chair to sign an agreement with the City of Napa for a maximum of $20,000 for the term January 28, 2020 to June 30, 2020 with annual renewal for the provision of project and construction management services for participants of the Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit/Accessory Dwelling Unit Loan Program.


6L

County Executive Officer requests authorization for out-of-state travel for Supervisor Diane Dillon and Supervisor Ryan Gregory to attend the National Association of Counties (NACo) Legislative Conference in Washington, DC and to meet with federal officials regarding legislative matters related to Napa County from February 28, 2020 to March 5, 2020 for an estimated cost of travel per person of $3,500.

Supporting Documents
A NACo 2020 Legislative Conference Schedule ( Adobe PDF - 4551 kb )
B Correction Memorandum (Added after meeting) ( Adobe PDF - 151 kb )

9A

Director of Planning, Building and Environmental Services (PBES) requests approval of a Certificate of Public Convenience or Necessity for a Type 21 Off-Sale General License for Raconteur Fine Wines, as required by the State Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for property located at 521 Alexis Court, in the Napa Valley Business Park (Assessor's Parcel No. 057-220-028).

Supporting Documents
A Application Materials ( Adobe PDF - 513 kb )

9B

Director of Planning, Building, and Environmental Services (PBES) requests the first reading and intention to adopt an ordinance amending section 18.10.020 of Chapter 18.10 (Zoning Administrator) Section 18.124.080 and Section 18.124.131 of Chapter 18.124 (Use Permits) and Section 18.126.030 and adding a new section 18.126.065 to Chapter 18.126 (Administrative Permits) of Title 18 (Zoning) of the Napa County Code regarding issuance of small winery use permits and modifications to winery use permits. 

Environmental Determination: 
Consideration and possible adoption of Categorical Exemptions Class 1, Class 3, Class 4, and the General Rule. It has been determined that this type of project does not have a significant effect on the environment and is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. [See Categorical Exemption Class 1 (“Existing Facilities") which may be found in the guidelines for the implementation of the CEQA at 14 CCR §15301]; Categorical Exemption Class 3 (“New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures") which may be found in the guidelines for the implementation of the CEQA at 14 CCR §15303]; Categorical Exemption Class 4 (“Minor Alterations to Land”) which may be found in the guidelines for the implementation of the CEQA at 14 CCR §15304; see also Napa County’s Local Procedures for Implementing the California Environmental Quality Act, Appendix B]; and General Rule in that it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility the proposed action may have a significant effect on the environment and therefore CEQA is not applicable. [See Guidelines For the Implementation of the CEQA 14 CCR 15061(b)(3)]. This project is not on any lists of hazardous waste sites enumerated under Government Code Section 65962.5.


9C

Director of Planning, Building and Environmental Services (PBES) requests discussion and direction regarding public outreach on the issue of commercial cannabis. 


9D

Director of Planning, Building and Environmental Services (PBES) to provide an update on the status of the recovery effort from the 2017 Napa Fire Complex and the 2018 Steele Fire.


10A

Auditor-Controller to present and request acceptance of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and the Single Audit Report - Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards, for fiscal year ended June 30, 2019.

Supporting Documents
A Attachment A: Required Communications to the Board ( Adobe PDF - 146 kb )
B Supplemental Memorandum (Added after meeting) ( Adobe PDF - 392 kb )

10B

County Executive Officer requests the adoption of the Strategic Financial Plan for FY 2020-21 through FY 2024-25 and receive the 5-year forecast.

Supporting Documents
A 2020 Strategic Financial Plan ( Adobe PDF - 234 kb )
B 2020 5-year forecast memo ( Adobe PDF - 182 kb )

11A

County Executive Officer, on behalf of the Legislative Subcommittee, requests discussion and possible approval of Napa County's 2020 State Legislative & Regulatory Platform amendments (unanimous vote required).

Supporting Documents
A Clean ( Adobe PDF - 1051 kb )
B Redline ( Adobe PDF - 1063 kb )

11B

County Executive Officer, on behalf of the Legislative Subcommittee, requests discussion and possible approval of Napa County's 2020 Federal Legislative & Regulatory Platform amendments. (unanimous vote required).

Supporting Documents
A Clean ( Adobe PDF - 720 kb )
B Redline ( Adobe PDF - 723 kb )
15A

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR (Government Code Section 54956.8)  

Property: Napa County Fairgrounds, Calistoga, California (APNs 011-140-006, 011-140-007, 011-140-056, 011-140-009, and 011-140-055)
Agency Negotiator: Minh C. Tran, County Executive Officer
Negotiating Parties: Napa County and City of Calistoga
Under Negotiation: [X] Price [X] Terms of Payment

15B

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR (Government Code Section 54956.8)

Property: 2344 Old Sonoma Road, Napa, California
Agency Negotiator: Steve Lederer, Director of Public Works
Negotiating Parties: Napa County and public entities and housing sponsors as identified in Government Code Section 54222(a)(1)
Under Negotiation: [X] Price [X] Terms of Payment