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COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS
REGULAR MEETING OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1999

MORNING SESSION:

Meeting was called to order 9:06 a.m.

Present: Supervisors Pam Slater, Chairwoman; Dianne Jacob, Vice Chairwoman; Greg Cox; Ron Roberts; and Bill Horn; also Thomas J. Pastuszka, Clerk.

Approval of Statement of Proceedings/Minutes for meeting of June 16, 1999.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Roberts, the Board of Supervisors approved the minutes for the meeting of June 16, 1999.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

Public Communication

(No Speakers)

Board of Supervisors' Agenda Items

1. NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:

VECTOR SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL DISTRICT SERVICE CHARGES FOR FISCAL YEAR 99-00

2. NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:

GENERAL PLAN 2020, REGIONAL GOALS AND POLICIES

3. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE

CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:

REMOVAL OF THE VALLEY CENTER SEPTIC MORATORIUM

4. HAZARDOUS INCIDENT RESPONSE TEAM REVENUE AGREEMENT WITH THE UNIFIED SAN DIEGO COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES ORGANIZATION
5. REVENUE AGREEMENT FOR THE LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

[FUNDING SOURCE: REVENUE AGREEMENT WITH STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD]

6. AGREEMENTS WITH THE CITIES OF CHULA VISTA AND LA MESA FOR REIMBURSEMENT FROM USED OIL OPPORTUNITY GRANT-FOURTH CYCLE

[FUNDING SOURCE: GRANT FROM THE CALIFORNIA INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD]

7. REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS TO PROVIDE A PAVEMENT ANALYSIS STUDY FOR COUNTY AIRPORTS, DESIGN SERVICES FOR BORREGO VALLEY AIRPORT SLURRY SEAL, AND OPTIONAL DESIGN SERVICES FOR GILLESPIE FIELD RUNWAY 27L OVERLAY

[FUNDING SOURCE: FEDERAL AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM GRANT FUNDS, THE STATE AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM GRANT FUNDS AND THE AIRPORT ENTERPRISE FUND]

8. PROPOSED REVISIONS TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY STANDARDS FOR PRIVATE STREETS
9. PROPOSED REVISIONS TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY PUBLIC ROAD STANDARDS
10. PROPOSED REVISIONS TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE (SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE) RELATED TO NAMING CONSISTENCY OF ROADS
11. PROPERTY TAX EXCHANGE RESOLUTIONS: DEODAR ROAD REORGANIZATION NO 2 (LAFCO REF. NO. RO 98-45) AND RICHLAND ROAD AT MULBERRY REORGANIZATION (LAFCO REF. NO. RO 99-16
12. PROPERTY TAX EXCHANGE FOR JURISDICTIONAL CHANGES: SHADOW PARK NO. 2 REORGANIZATION (RO 99-17)
13. PROPRTY TAX EXCHANGE FOR JURISDICTIONAL CHANGES: TORREY PACIFIC CORPORATION AND OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT REORGANIZATION (RO 99-7)
14. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING LA RUE AVENUE ON PREVIOUSLY REJECTED MAP 13491 (TM 4763-1), LOCATED IN THE FALLBROOK PLANNING GROUP AREA

15. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

APPROVAL OF A FINAL MAP AND SECURED AGREEMENTS FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS FOR COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 4731-1 AND AUTHORIZATION OF EMINENT DOMAIN LOCATED IN THE FALLBROOK COMMUNITY PLAN AREA

16. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

APPROVAL OF A SECURED AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS FOR COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 20241, LOCATED IN THE LAKESIDE COMMUNITY PLAN AREA

(RELATES TO SANITATION DISTRICT AGENDA NO. 1)

17. RESOLUTION OF APPROVAL FOR BLACKINTON AIRPORT
18. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

APPROVAL OF A FINAL MAP AND SECURED AGREEMENTS FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS FOR COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 4804-1, LOCATED IN THE ALPINE COMMUNITY PLANNING AREA

19. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

APPROVAL OF A FINAL MAP AND SECURED AGREEMENTS FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS FOR COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 5016-2, LOCATED IN THE RAMONA COMMUNITY PLANNING AREA

20. CLOSED SESSION

(CARRYOVER ITEM FROM 6/29/99, AGENDA ITEM NO. 50)

1. SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:

VECTOR SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL DISTRICT SERVICE CHARGES FOR FISCAL YEAR 99-00

(Supv. Dist: All)

OVERVIEW:

Each year, in compliance with State law, the Board adopts Vector Surveillance and Control District service charges for the upcoming year. On July 14, 1998 (16), the Board adopted Vector Surveillance and Control District service charges for FY98-99 of $3.00, $2.28, and $2.28 for Subregions 1, 2, and 3, respectively. Service charges for FY99-00 are recommended at these same rates.

FISCAL IMPACT:

There is no fiscal impact in this current fiscal year. FY99-00 revenue and expenses associated with this proposal are budgeted. If approved, this request will require the addition of 0 staff years. This is a full cost recovery program. The sources of revenue are Vector Surveillance and Control fixed charges and the Vector Surveillance and Control trust fund. There is no net effect on the General Fund.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

Adopt the Resolution of the Board of Supervisors Adopting Service Charges For Vector Surveillance and Control to be Collected on the Tax Roll for Fiscal Year 99-00.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors closed the hearing and took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 99-185, entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO ADOPTING SERVICE CHARGES FOR VECTOR SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL TO BE COLLECTED ON THE TAX ROLL FOR FISCAL YEAR 99-00.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

2. SUBJECT: NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:

GENERAL PLAN 2020, REGIONAL GOALS AND POLICIES

(Supv. Dist: All)

OVERVIEW:

This is the first in a series of hearings to discuss topics related to the General Plan 2020 update. The primary purposes of the County General Plan are to accommodate future population in an orderly manner by timing growth with the provision of services and to protect valuable environmental resources in the County. The topic of this hearing is draft regional goals and policies, which will serve to direct the development of the Plan update, and which will also eventually become the framework goals and policies of the County General Plan. Draft regional goals and policies have been drafted for the seven Elements of the General Plan that are required by State statute: Land Use, Circulation, Housing, Conservation, Open Space, Noise, and Safety, as well as for one optional Element, Public Facility.

FISCAL IMPACT:

If approved, this proposal will result in $0.00 current year cost, $0.00 annual cost, and the addition of 0.0 staff years. The General Plan 2020 project is budgeted through 98-99 and proposed 99-00 fiscal years.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

This proposal will not have a direct impact on the business community; however, updating the General Plan should assist the business community by providing a reliable blueprint for how population will be accommodated and for siting commercial, industrial, and other land uses to meet projected needs.

RECOMMENDATION:

PLANNING COMMISSION:

Review and assess the regional goals and policies for General Plan 2020 and give tentative support to the draft goals and policies for the purpose of proceeding with the update and the land use distribution alternatives.

RECOMMENDATION:

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE:

The Department concurs with the Planning Commission.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Jacob, seconded by Supervisor Cox, the Board of Supervisors closed the hearing; took action as recommended; directed the Chief Administrative Officer to refer to the Steering Committee for review of the information provided by the public at today's hearing; and report back to the Board in 60 days.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

3. SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

SECOND CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE

CONTINUED NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING:

REMOVAL OF THE VALLEY CENTER SEPTIC MORATORIUM

(Supv. Dist: 5)

OVERVIEW:

On June 16, 1999, your Board introduced Ordinance for further Board consideration on June 30, 1999.

On September 16, 1997 (13), the Board of Supervisors requested the completion of a hydrological study of the Valley Center Basin to determine the potential effects of lifting or modifying the Valley Center Septic Moratorium. The Board of Supervisors also requested the completion of an Environmental Impact Report to address recommended modifications of the moratorium boundary and recommended amendments to the San Diego County Code of Regulatory Ordinances and Board of Supervisors Policy I-78, Small Wastewater Treatment Facilities.

On December 9, 1998 (5), the final hydrological study was received and filed by the Board of Supervisors. The study recommended removal of the moratorium. The Board of Supervisors directed staff to return in June 1999 with amendments to the San Diego County Code of Regulatory Ordinances necessary to remove the moratorium and allow for the use of alternative on-site sewage disposal systems in specified areas within the Valley Center Basin. The Board of Supervisors also directed an amendment to Board of Supervisors Policy I-78, Small Wastewater Treatment Facilities to allow applications for small wastewater treatment facilities in specified areas of the Valley Center Basin.

Today, the Departments of Environmental Health and Planning and Land Use are presenting the actions necessary for the Board of Supervisors to remove the moratorium and to allow for alternative on-site sewage disposal systems within specified areas of the Valley Center Basin. These actions include certification of the Final Environmental Impact Report, adoption of the Statement of Overriding Considerations and the Valley Center Mitigation Policy, and approval of the proposed amendments to the San Diego County Code of Regulatory Ordinances. The proposed ordinance amendments will remove the moratorium, allow septic tank and building permits to be issued in the Valley Center Basin for those parcels that meet strict septic tank siting criteria, allow applications for discretionary projects in the Valley Center Basin to proceed, and allow the use of alternative on-site sewage disposal systems in the project area. Staff is recommending that the Board not amend Board of Supervisors Policy I-78, Small Wastewater Treatment Facilities, because the benefits of amending Board Policy I-78 do not outweigh the benefits of just lifting the moratorium.

FISCAL IMPACT:

There are no fiscal impacts associated with these recommendations.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

Adopt Ordinance entitled:

ORDINANCE AMENDING THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE VALLEY CENTER SEPTIC TANK MORATORIUM.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors closed the hearing and took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Ordinance No. 9060 (New Series), entitled: ORDINANCE AMENDING THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE OF REGULATORY ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE VALLEY CENTER SEPTIC MORATORIUM.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

4. SUBJECT: HAZARDOUS INCIDENT RESPONSE TEAM REVENUE AGREEMENT WITH THE UNIFIED SAN DIEGO COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES ORGANIZATION

(Supv. Dist: All)

OVERVIEW:

On February 11, 1986 (8), the Hazardous Incident Response Team was approved by the Board to provide 24-hour chemical emergency response services to members of the Unified Disaster Council as a program of the Unified San Diego County Emergency Services Organization. This unique program combines the skills of trained firefighters from San Diego Fire and Life Safety with those of hazardous materials specialists from the Department of Environmental Health. Servicing 50 fire districts and a population of over 3 million, the Hazardous Incident Response Team responds to approximately 400 chemical emergencies per year. When dispatched, the Hazardous Incident Response Team responds countywide with specially trained staff and state-of-the-art equipment to assist the incident commander in mitigating, containing or controlling a hazardous materials release; performing environmental and public health risk assessments; and ensuring proper cleanup.

The Department of Environmental Health requests approval of a two-year extension to the revenue agreement with the San Diego County Unified Emergency Services Organization to provide chemical emergency response services under provisions of the existing contract.

FISCAL IMPACT:

There is no impact in this current fiscal year. Funds for this request are budgeted at $357,144 for each of FY99-00 and FY00-01. This request will require the addition of 0 staff years.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to execute a two-year extension to the revenue agreement with the Unified San Diego County Disaster Services Organization in the amount of $357,144 for each of the next two fiscal years, FY99-00 and FY00-01, to provide Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Services to its constituents countywide. The contract (County Contract # 72854-R) extension will be from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2001 with an option to renew for an additional two-year period through June of 2003.

2. Authorize the Director, Department of Environmental Health, to execute any amendments, extensions and or revisions thereof, that do not materially impact or alter either the program or the funding level, other than budget adjustments for the Consumer Price Index, and to exercise options to renew the agreement for an additional two-year period.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

5. SUBJECT: REVENUE AGREEMENT FOR THE LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

(Supv. Dist: All)

OVERVIEW:

The Department of Environmental Health requests Board approval for the annual one-year revenue agreement with the State of California Water Resources Control Board in the amount of $1,465,158, for FY99-00, to continue oversight activities for sites contaminated by leaks from underground storage tanks within the County.

Since the inception of this program in 1988, the Site Assessment and Mitigation Program of the Department of Environmental Health has resolved more than 1,288 contaminated sites, throughout San Diego County, due to leaking underground storage tanks. The program protects the County's groundwater resources, while providing local control over the review and clean-up of spills associated with leaking underground storage tanks. Business and land owners within the County of San Diego benefit by being able to work directly with a local agency on resolving problems, as opposed to a State agency.

FISCAL IMPACT:

Funds for this request are included in the proposed budget for FY99-00. The funding source is the revenue agreement with State Water Resources Control Board. There is no impact in this current fiscal year. If approved, this request will result in $1,465,158 in costs and revenue for FY99-00 and will require the addition of 0 staff years. This is a full cost recovery program and there is no net effect on the General Fund.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Find, in accordance with section 15061(b)(3) of the State of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, that it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility the following action may have a significant effect on the environment.

2. Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to execute a revenue agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board, in the amount of $1,465,158 for the period of July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000, to oversee remedial action and clean-up for leaks from underground storage tanks.

3. Authorize the Director, Department of Environmental Health, to execute any extensions, amendments, and or revisions thereof that do not materially impact or alter either the program or funding level.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

6. SUBJECT: AGREEMENTS WITH THE CITIES OF CHULA VISTA AND LA MESA FOR REIMBURSEMENT FROM USED OIL OPPORTUNITY GRANT- FOURTH CYCLE

(Supv. Dist: 1,2)

OVERVIEW:

On January 13, 1998 (6), the Board authorized applications for grants available under the California Oil Recycling Enhancement Act and Household Hazardous Waste Programs; and authorized the Director, Department of Environmental Health, to execute agreements with the California Integrated Waste Management Board. The California Integrated Waste Management Board approved the grant applications and the Department of Environmental Health is now the Grant Administrator, on behalf of the California Integrated Waste Management Board, of a multi-jurisdictional grant: Used Oil Opportunity Grant-Fourth Cycle.

The primary objective of the grant is to provide start up funds to establish used oil collection facilities. This objective will be achieved via agreements that will establish one used oil collection facility each in the Cities of Chula Vista and La Mesa. Agreements with these cities are necessary in order for the Department of Environmental Health, acting as Grant Administrator, to reimburse the Cities of Chula Vista and La Mesa for expenses incurred in the implementation of this grant, as well as to ensure that residents of the unincorporated areas have access to these facilities.

The Department of Environmental Health requests authorization for the Director of the Department of Environmental Health to execute written agreements with the Cities of Chula Vista and La Mesa.

FISCAL IMPACT:

There is no current year fiscal impact with this action. The funding source is a grant from the California Integrated Waste Management Board. Funds for this request are budgeted for FY99-00 at $145,380 for revenue and expenses. The recommended action will have a net zero (0) impact on the General Fund, as expenses incurred will be offset by revenue reimbursements from the grant, which is solely designated for that purpose. It is proposed that the City of Chula Vista will be reimbursed up to $106,396 and the City of La Mesa will be reimbursed up to $38,984, for a total of $145,380. The contract period is from July 1, 1999 to March 31, 2000.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Authorize the Director, Department of Environmental Health, to execute agreements with the Cities of Chula Vista and La Mesa to reimburse them from the Used Oil Opportunity Grant-Fourth Cycle for expenses incurred in the establishment of used oil collection facilities and for promotion of the facilities, in an amount not to exceed $106,396 for Chula Vista and $38,984 for La Mesa for the contract period from July 1, 1999 through March 31, 2000; and to establish use agreements with the Cities of Chula Vista and La Mesa to permit use of these facilities by residents of co-grantee cities and the unincorporated areas of the County.

2. Authorize the Director, Department of Environmental Health, to execute any amendments, extensions and or revisions thereof, that do not materially impact or alter either the program or the funding level.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

7. SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS TO PROVIDE A PAVEMENT ANALYSIS STUDY FOR COUNTY AIRPORTS, DESIGN SERVICES FOR BORREGO VALLEY AIRPORT SLURRY SEAL, AND OPTIONAL DESIGN SERVICES FOR GILLESPIE FIELD RUNWAY 27L OVERLAY

(Supv. Dist: 2,5)

OVERVIEW:

This is a request to advertise a Request for Statement of Qualifications (RFSOQ) and subsequently negotiate and award a consultant contract for a pavement analysis study for County airports, for design services for Borrego Valley airport slurry seal, and for optional design services for Gillespie Field runway 27L overlay. The pavement analysis study will provide a systematic procedure for setting priorities and schedules, allocating resources, and budgeting for pavement maintenance and rehabilitation. The slurry seal project will upgrade and maintain the integrity of the paved areas at Borrego Valley Airport. At Gillespie Field, a determination will be made as to whether an overlay will be necessary for runway 27L. If it is needed, this action will provide for design of the overlay.

The consultant selection process will follow guidelines described in Board Policy F-40 Procuring Architectural, Engineering and Related Professional Services, and will be based upon a firm's qualifications to perform the required service in a satisfactory manner.

FISCAL IMPACT:

Funds for this proposal will be budgeted in FY 99/00. The funding sources are Federal Airport Improvement Program Grant Funds ($90,000), the State Airport Improvement Program Grant Funds ($3,150), and the Airport Enterprise Fund ($181,850). If approved, this request will result in a total of $275,000 cost in FY 99/00, no annual cost, and will require no additional staff.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Find that the proposed activity is exempt from CEQA as specified under Section 15061(b)(3), 21108 or 21152 of the State CEQA Guidelines because the activity in question is the Board authorization to advertise a Request for Statement of Qualifications (RFSOQ). As such, there is no possibility that it may have a significant effect on the environment.

2. Authorize the Public Works Director, in accordance with Board Policy F-40, to issue a request for Statement of Qualifications (RFSOQ), for a contract to acquire a pavement management system for County airports, design services for Borrego Valley Airport, and optional design services for Gillespie Field, for compensation not to exceed $275,000.

3. Authorize the Purchasing and Contracting Deputy Director to award a contract for a pavement management system for County airports, design services for Borrego Valley airport, and optional design services for Gillespie Field, for compensation not to exceed $275,000, upon the recommendation of the Department of Public Works.

4. Designate the Director of the Department of Public Works as the County Officer

responsible for administering the contract.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

8. SUBJECT: PROPOSED REVISIONS TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY STANDARDS FOR PRIVATE STREETS

(Supv. Dist: All )

OVERVIEW:

The proposed project is the adoption of revisions to the San Diego County Standards for Private Streets. These standards establish design and construction requirements for private streets (roads). Improvements to private streets (roads) are often required as conditions of land development (permit) approval in the unincorporated areas of San Diego County. County staff prepared the proposed revisions in coordination with representatives from the land development industry, including professional civil engineers and land surveyors, and local fire protection districts.

The new standards provide consistency with current Uniform Fire Code requirements and current engineering design practices, and establish procedures for documenting exceptions to the standards, when granted. The consistency of these standards with the Uniform Fire Code will enable developers building private roads to comply with the Fire Code during the early stages of planning their projects. It will also create safer conditions in cases of fire by allowing emergency vehicles such as ambulances to pass fire trucks on a private road, and allow evacuation by vehicle past fire trucks, as well. The standards are also being updated to incorporate current engineering practices to enhance safety through improved design and construction of public roads.

FISCAL IMPACT:

Not Applicable

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

The proposed revisions to the private street (road) standards include a requirement for an increased minimum paved width of 24 feet to be consistent with the Uniform Fire Code. Many of local fire protection districts within the unincorporated area of San Diego, however, currently require a minimum paved width of 24 feet. In those areas where the Uniform Fire Code requirement for a 24-foot minimum paved width is not yet being applied, the proposed standards may increase the paving requirements. This change may increase the construction costs for some private roads by approximately 5 to 10%.

RECOMMENDATION:

PLANNING COMMISSION:

1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from CEQA as specified under section 15305 of the State CEQA Guidelines, because it consists of minor alterations in currently adopted design standards in areas with an average slope of less than 20%, which does not result in any changes in land use or density.

2. Add an exception to Section 3.13 of the proposed revisions to the San Diego County Standards for Private Streets to read as follows, Assuming all other development criteria are met and upon concurrence of the local Fire Authority having jurisdiction, the improved width may be reduced to 20 feet. The local Fire Authority may require subsequent structures to be protected with automatic fire sprinklers, defensible space and/or other building features as required by the Fire Authority.

3. Adopt the Resolution Adopting Revisions to the San Diego County Standards for Private Streets (Attachment A).

RECOMMENDATION:

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE:

Concurs with Planning Commission

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 99-186, entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ADOPTING REVISIONS TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY STANDARDS FOR PRIVATE STREETS.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

9. SUBJECT: PROPOSED REVISIONS TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY PUBLIC ROAD STANDARDS

(Supv. Dist: All )

OVERVIEW:

The proposed project is the adoption of revisions to the San Diego County Public Roads Standards. These standards serve as guidelines for the design and construction of public road improvement projects located within the unincorporated areas of San Diego County. These standards apply to County-initiated public road improvement projects as well as privately-initiated public road improvement projects. Improvements to public roads are often required as conditions of land development (discretionary permit) approval.

The new standards include the following:

Guidelines for the construction of a Town Collector Road, which can be used as a cost- effective way of providing incremental road capacity.

Guidelines for the provision of disintegrated granite pathways that can be used in lieu of concrete sidewalks,

Incorporation of current engineering practices to enhance safety through improved design and construction of public roads, such as a) increased design speed for Collector Roads, Prime Arterials and Expressways b) increased pavement thickness for residential streets and c) updated requirements related to street lighting, driveway location and landscaping, and

Procedures for the consideration of modifications to the standards.

FISCAL IMPACT:

It is proposed that the Town Collector Classification GPA would be processed concurrently with the SR 11 GPA, which is currently authorized. The Town Collector Classification GPA would only add text to the Circulation Element in order to establish this classification. Staff time devoted to this task would be minimal and could be completed within DPW's proposed FY 99/00 budget.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

The proposed revisions to the public road standards include a requirement for increased pavement thickness on residential roads and residential cul-de-sacs. This will increase the cost of construction of these roads by between 1 and 3 percent. The higher design speeds for prime arterials and collector roads may also increase the cost of construction by approximately 5 percent for roads of this type. This will increase improvement costs to developers who are required to improve public roads as a condition of approval for a discretionary permit.

RECOMMENDATION:

PLANNING COMMISSION:

1. Find that the proposed project is exempt from CEQA as specified under Section 15305 of the State CEQA Guidelines, because it consists of minor alterations in currently adopted design standards in areas with an average slope of less than 20 percent, which does not result in any changes in land use or density.

2. Read title, waive further reading and introduce Ordinance for further Board consideration on July 14, 1999:

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 81.102.15 OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE RELATING TO SAN DIEGO COUNTY PUBLIC ROAD STANDARDS.

3. Direct and authorize the Chief Administrative Officer to initiate a General Plan Amendment (GPA) to add the Town Collector classification to the County of San Diego's General Plan Circulation Element.

RECOMMENDATION:

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE:

Concurs with the Planning Commission recommendations.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further Board consideration on July 14, 1999; directed the Chief Administrative Officer to report back to the Board on the status of the Pathway Program; and directed the Chief Administrative Officer to work with the Julian Community Planning Group tailoring their unique, historical Community Standards.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

10. SUBJECT: PROPOSED REVISIONS TO THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE (SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE) RELATED TO NAMING CONSISTENCY OF ROADS

(Supv. Dist: All)

OVERVIEW:

The proposed project is the adoption of revisions to the San Diego County Code (Subdivision Ordinance). The current version of the San Diego County Subdivision Ordinance establishes requirements for the dedication and improvement of "streets". It also makes reference to road easements, road maintenance and Circulation Element Roads. The County design standards refer to public roads. County Counsel has recommended that a consistent term, either "street" or "road" be used in both the Subdivision Ordinance and the Standards. The proposed revision will provide a consistent term (road) to be used within the sections of Subdivision Ordinance that address the dedication and improvement requirements for minor and major subdivisions.

RECOMMENDATION:

PLANNING COMMISSION:

1. Find pursuant to Section 15061(b) (3) of State CEQA Guidelines that the submitted ordinance amending the San Diego County Code (Subdivision Ordinance) related to the naming consistency of roads is not subject to the environmental review process, because it can be seen with certainty that the proposed revisions will not have a significant effect on the environment and that no further environmental analysis will be necessary.

2. Read title, waive further reading and introduce Ordinance for further Board consideration on July 14, 1999, amending Section 81.102.14 and amending Sections 81.401, 81.402, 81.403, 81.407, 81.703, 81.704, 81.705.1, 81.706, 81.709, and 81.804 of the San Diego County Code, Relating to Naming Consistency of Roads:

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 81.102.14 AND AMENDING SECTIONS 81.401, 81.402, 81.403, 81.407, 81.703, 81.704, 81.705.1, 81.706, 81.709, AND 81.804 OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE

RECOMMENDATION:

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND LAND USE:

Concurs with the Planning Commission.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, introducing Ordinance for further Board consideration on July 14, 1999.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

11. SUBJECT: PROPERTY TAX EXCHANGE RESOLUTIONS: DEODAR ROAD REORGANIZATION NO 2 (LAFCO REF. NO. RO 98-45) AND RICHLAND ROAD AT MULBERRY REORGANIZATION (LAFCO REF. NO. RO 99-16

(Supv. Dist: 5)

OVERVIEW:

Section 99 of the Revenue and Taxation Code requires that a property tax exchange be adopted by the Board of Supervisors before the Local Agency Formation Commission can process a proposal for jurisdictional change. Two reorganizations have been filed with the Local Agency Formation Commission that require Board action representing special districts.

The first request, Deodar Road, is the reorganization of two parcels. The parcels would be annexed to the City of Escondido, detached from the San Marcos Fire Protection District and County Service Area No. 135. One of these parcels would be annexed to the Vallecitos Water District and detached from the Vista Irrigation District.

The second request, Richland Road, is the annexation of 9.71 acres to the Vallecitos Water District and detachment from the Vista Irrigation District.

FISCAL IMPACT:

This action will have no fiscal impact on the County. The related proposal, annexation of 6.05 acres to the City of Escondido, is covered by the Master Property Tax Agreement.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

Not Applicable.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

Adopt the Resolution Regarding Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Relative to Jurisdictional Changes.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 99-187, entitled: RESOLUTION REGARDING NEGOTIATED PROPERTY TAX EXCHANGE RELATIVE TO JURISDICTIONAL CHANGES.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

12. SUBJECT: PROPERTY TAX EXCHANGE FOR JURISDICTIONAL CHANGES: SHADOW PARK NO. 2 REORGANIZATION (RO 99-17)

(Supv. Dist: 2)

OVERVIEW:

Section 99 of the Revenue and Taxation Code requires that a property tax exchange be adopted by the Board of Supervisors before the Local Agency Formation Commission can process a proposal for jurisdictional change.

This request involves annexation to the Padre Dam Municipal Water District and detachment from the Helix Water District of 22+ acres. The property is located north of Madison Avenue, east of Eula Lane, west of Cerro Sereno and south of La Cresta Road in the City of El Cajon.

FISCAL IMPACT:

There is no fiscal impact to the County as a result of this property tax exchange.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

Not applicable.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

Adopt the Resolution Regarding Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Relative to Jurisdictional Changes.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 99-188, entitled: RESOLUTION REGARDING NEGOTIATED PROPERTY TAX EXCHANGE RELATIVE TO JURISDICTIONAL CHANGES.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

13. SUBJECT: PROPERTY TAX EXCHANGE FOR JURISDICTIONAL CHANGES: TORREY PACIFIC CORPORATION AND OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT REORGANIZATION (RO 99-7)

(Supv. Dist: 3)

OVERVIEW:

Section 99 of the Revenue and Taxation Code requires that a property tax exchange be adopted by the Board of Supervisors before the Local Agency Formation Commission can process a proposal for jurisdictional change.

This is a request including three parcels totaling approximately 114 acres. Two of the parcels, owned by Torrey Pacific, will be annexed to the City of Encinitas and the Cardiff Sanitation District and detached from County Service Area No. 83. The third parcel, owned by the Olivenhain Water District, will be annexed to the City of Encinitas and detached from County Service Area No. 83 to avoid creating an unincorporated island within the City of Encinitas.

FISCAL IMPACT:

The resolution of the Torrey Pacific Corporation Annexation will result in a small reduction in the County's property tax in the area, as well as a loss of service responsibility.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

Not applicable.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

Adopt The Resolution Regarding Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Relative to Jurisdictional Changes.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 99-189, entitled: RESOLUTION REGARDING NEGOTIATED PROPERTY TAX EXCHANGE RELATIVE TO JURISDICTIONAL CHANGES.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

14. SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING LA RUE AVENUE ON PREVIOUSLY REJECTED MAP 13491 (TM 4763-1), LOCATED IN THE FALLBROOK PLANNING GROUP AREA

(Supv. Dist: 5)

OVERVIEW:

This is a request to adopt a resolution accepting La Rue Avenue as a public street. (Thomas Guide, Page 1027, G-3, 1999 Edition)

FISCAL IMPACT:

Not applicable

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

Not applicable

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Take the necessary action to accept the previously rejected offer(s) of dedication of La Rue Avenue on Map No. 13491 by adopting the attached Resolution Accepting Previously Rejected Offer to Dedicate Subdivision Street (ATTACHMENT A).

2. Direct the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to record the adopted Resolution Accepting Previously Rejected Subdivision Street with the San Diego County Recorder.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 99-190, entitled: RESOLUTION ACCEPTING PREVIOUSLY REJECTED OFFER TO DEDICATE SUBDIVISION STREET.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

15. SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

APPROVAL OF A FINAL MAP AND SECURED AGREEMENTS FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS FOR COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 4731-1 AND AUTHORIZATION OF EMINENT DOMAIN LOCATED IN THE FALLBROOK COMMUNITY PLAN AREA

(Supv. Dist: 5)

OVERVIEW:

This project is a subdivision consisting of 21 single-family residential lots, and a total acreage of 14.10 acres.

It is located in the Fallbrook area at the intersection of Stage Coach Lane and Pomegranate Lane. (Thomas Guide, Page 1027, H-6, 1999 Edition)

FISCAL IMPACT:

There is no cost to the County as a result of this request. The subdivider is paying for all property acquisition costs, including County staff expenses.

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

Not applicable.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Approve this map and accept on behalf of the public, subject to improvements, Avocado Knoll Lane, Knollwood Avenue, the portion of Stage Coach Lane (SA 40), the Northerly 16 feet of the Portion of Pomegranate Lane, for use as streets as dedicated on said map.

2. Accept the Southerly 12 feet of the portion of Pomegranate Lane, together with the right to extend and maintain drainage facilities, excavation and embankment slopes beyond the limits of the right of way, for public use as a street, but not for maintenance, as dedicated on said map.

3. Accept the access rights from Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in and to Pomegranate Lane as relinquished and waived on said map.

4. Accept Landscape Easement over Pomegranate Lane and over portions of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 15 through 21, inclusive, all as granted on said map

5. Accept the Clear Space Easement as granted on said map.

6. Accept the Access Restriction Easement as granted on said map.

7. Accept the Drainage Easements and the Easements for Access to Maintain Drainage Facilities as dedicated on said map.

8. Approve the Agreement to Improve Major Subdivision which includes the street improvements, water facilities and setting of final monuments, and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. (ATTACHMENT A)

9. Declare the Board's intention to adopt a Resolution of Public Necessity to initiate an action in eminent domain, set a hearing for July 21, 1999, at which time the Board of Supervisors may adopt the Resolution of Public Necessity for Pomegranate Lane Tentative Map No. 4731, Fallbrook, and direct the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to give the required notice. (ATTACHMENT D)

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, setting hearing for July 21, 1999, 9:00 a.m.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

16. SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

APPROVAL OF A SECURED AGREEMENT FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS FOR COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 20241, LOCATED IN THE LAKESIDE COMMUNITY PLAN AREA

(Supv. Dist: 2)

OVERVIEW:

This project is a minor subdivision consisting of 4 single-family residential parcels and a remainder parcel, and a total acreage of 4.03 acres.

It is located in the Lakeside area at the intersection of Gay Rio Drive and Gay Rio Lane. (Thomas Guide, Page 1232, A-6, 1999 Edition).

FISCAL IMPACT:

Not applicable

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

Not applicable

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

Approve the Joint Agreement to Improve Minor Subdivision, which includes the sewer facilities, and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors (ATTACHMENT A).

(Relates to Sanitation District Agenda No. 1)

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

17. SUBJECT: RESOLUTION OF APPROVAL FOR BLACKINTON AIRPORT

(Supv. Dist: 5 )

OVERVIEW:

On March 5, 1999, the County Planning Commission approved a Modification to Major Use Permit P73-188W2 for Blackinton Private Airport to allow a reduction to the area encumbered by the Major Use Permit from 22 acres to 6.10 acres and to increase the landing rights for the airport from 12 to 19. In addition to County approval the applicant is also required to obtain a State Special Use Airport Permit.

This is a request for Board approval of a Resolution approving the location and establishment of Blackinton Airport as required under Title 21, Section 3534 of the California Code of Regulations.

FISCAL IMPACT:

Not applicable.

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

Adopt the Resolution of the Board of Supervisors recognizing the approval of the Planning Commission for Blackinton Airport.

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent, adopting Resolution No. 99-191, entitled: RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BLACKINTON AIRPORT SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

18. SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

APPROVAL OF A FINAL MAP AND SECURED AGREEMENTS FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS FOR COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 4804-1, LOCATED IN THE ALPINE COMMUNITY PLANNING AREA

(Supv. Dist: 2 )

OVERVIEW:

This project is a subdivision consisting of 16 single-family residential lots, and a total acreage of 33.32 acres.

It is located in the Alpine area at the intersection of Sneath Way and Armentrout Lane. (Thomas Guide, Page 1234, B-3 & B-4, 1999 Edition)

FISCAL IMPACT:

Not applicable

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

Not applicable

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Approve this map and accept on behalf of the public, subject to improvements, Armentrout Lane, Vars Way, Sandler Court, a portion of Armentrout Lane, and a portion of Sneath Way for use as streets as dedicated on said map.

2. Accept the grant of an easement for open space, over portions of lots 2, 3, 4, 8, and 9 as granted on said map.

3. Accept the drainage easements and the clear space easement as granted on said map.

4. Abandon the alignment of Armentrout Lane lying within the boundary of this map as accepted on behalf of the public on December 18, 1979 by Board of Supervisor's Resolution No. 108 and recorded as File/Page No. 80-010047 on January 10, 1980 pursuant to Section 66434 (g) of the Subdivision Map Act, as shown on said map.

5. Approve the Joint Agreement to Improve Major Subdivision which includes the street improvements and drainage facilities, water facilities, setting of final monuments, and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors (ATTACHMENT A).

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

19. SUBJECT: ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM:

APPROVAL OF A FINAL MAP AND SECURED AGREEMENTS FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS FOR COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO TRACT NO. 5016-2, LOCATED IN THE RAMONA COMMUNITY PLAN AREA

(Supv. Dist: 2)

OVERVIEW:

This project is a subdivision consisting of 152 single-family residential lots, and a total acreage of 174.43 acres.

It is located in the Ramona area at the westerly terminus of Arena Way. (Thomas Guide, Page 1173, D-1, 1999 Edition).

FISCAL IMPACT:

Not applicable

BUSINESS IMPACT STATEMENT:

Not applicable

RECOMMENDATION:

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:

1. Approve this map and accept on behalf of the public, subject to improvements, Arena Way, Open View Road, and Vista Ramona for use as streets as dedicated on said map.

2. Accept the access rights from lots 128, 130, 133, 134, 144, 165, 175, 191, 204, 205, and 208 in and to Arena Way, except at access opening no. 1; together with the access rights from lots 98, 105, 109, 110, 118, 122, 123, 127, 152, and 161 in and to Open View Road; together with the access rights from lots 198 through 206, inclusive, 209 through 215, inclusive, 239, 240, 241 and 247 through 249, inclusive, in and to Vista Ramona, all as relinquished on said map.

3. Accept the grant of an easement for open space over all of lots 252, 253, and 254, and over portions of lots 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 113, 114, 116 through 126, inclusive, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 148, 149, 150, 151, 170 through 175, inclusive, 182 through 198, inclusive, 206, 207, 220, 221, 222, 224, 225, 226, 227, 229 through 238, inclusive, 240, 241, and 251, all as granted on said map.

4. Accept the easements for pedestrian and equestrian trail purposes, together with the access easements to maintain the trail, the flowage easements, and the drainage easements as dedicated on said map.

5. Accept the clear space easements and the noise protection easements as granted on said map.

6. Approve the Agreement to Improve Major Subdivision which includes the street improvements and drainage facilities, sewer facilities, water facilities, setting of final monuments, park land fee, and authorize execution by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors (ATTACHMENT A).

ACTION:

ON MOTION of Supervisor Horn, seconded by Supervisor Jacob, the Board of Supervisors took action as recommended, on Consent.

AYES: Cox, Jacob, Slater, Roberts, Horn

20. SUBJECT: CLOSED SESSION

(Carryover Item From 6/29/99, Agenda Item No. 50)

(Supv. Dist: All)

A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

Stephon Watkins, et al. v. City of San Diego, et al.; El Cajon Superior Court No. EC018041

B. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

County of San Diego v. Russell Investments; North County Superior Court No. N079309-1

C. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

Victor Caloca v. County of San Diego; Court of Appeal

No. D029663

D. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

Susan Sergojan v. County of San Diego, et al.; United States District Court No. 96cv2085 IEG

E. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

Save Our Forest and Ranchlands v. County of San Diego, et al.; Superior Court No. 676630

F. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - THREATENED LITIGATION

Anticipated litigation pursuant to section (b) of Government Code section 54956.9

No. of Potential Cases: 1

G. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Anticipated litigation pursuant to section (c) of Government Code section 54956.9

No. of Potential Cases: 1

H. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Anticipated litigation pursuant to section (c) of Government Code section 54956.9

No. of Potential Cases: 1

I. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Anticipated litigation pursuant to section (c) of Government Code section 54956.9

No. of Potential Cases: 1

J. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Anticipated litigation pursuant to section (c) of Government Code section 54956.9

No. of Potential Cases: 1

ACTION:

County Counsel reported the following:

Item A: The Board of Supervisors ratified County Counsel's denial of a defense to Dennis Wright in this matter.

Item H: The Board of Supervisors authorized County Counsel to join with other counties as an amicus in the matter of Friends of Mammoth, et. al. vs. all persons, etc. in the Court of Appeal.

Item J: The Board of Supervisors authorized County Counsel to pursue insurance coverage regarding the purchase of property adjacent to the Ramona Land Fill.

There being no further business, the Board adjourned at 12:30 p.m.

THOMAS J. PASTUSZKA

Clerk of the Board of Supervisors

County of San Diego, State of California

Notes by: Tominia

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NOTE: This Statement of Proceedings sets forth all actions taken by the Board of Supervisors on the matters stated, but not necessarily the chronological sequence in which the matters were taken up.


Dist 1 Greg Cox | Dist 2 Dianne Jacob | Dist 3 Pam Slater
Dist 4 Ron Roberts | Dist 5 Bill Horn


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