MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

 

ALLEN ISHIDA

District One

 

PETE VANDER POEL

District Two

 

PHILLIP A. COX - Chairman

District Three

 

J. STEVEN WORTHLEY

District Four

 

MIKE ENNIS

District Five

 

 

Board of Supervisors

 

Agenda

 

 

 

 

JEAN ROUSSEAU

County Administrator

 

KATHLEEN BALES-LANGE

County Counsel


MICHELLE BALDWIN

Chief Clerk

 

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Visalia, CA 93291

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FAX (559) 733-6898


 

February 10, 2009

 

1:30 P.M. Board Convenes

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

Moment of Silence

 

 

 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

At this time, members of the public may comment on any item not appearing on the agenda. Under state law, matters presented under this item cannot be discussed or acted upon by the Board at this time. For items appearing on the agenda, the public is invited to make comments at the time the item comes up for Board consideration. Any person addressing the Board will be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes so that all interested parties have an opportunity to speak with a total of fifteen (15) minutes allotted for the Public Comment Period. At all times, please use the microphone and state your name and address for the record.


(Public Comment Period)

 

1.                  Presentation of a Proclamation honoring Dinuba Sentinel Publisher and Editor Bob Raison celebrating 100 years of continued publication.

2.                  Public Comments.

3.                  Board of Supervisors matters.


 

2:00 P.M. TIMED ITEMS

 

(Timed Items)

4.                  PUBLIC HEARING: Request from the Resource Management Agency to deny the appeal filed by Reni Garrett and uphold the Zoning Administrators' denial of Zone Variance No. PZV 08-026 (ZA) for the creation of two 2.5-acre parcels from a 5-acre parcel in the AE-40 (Exclusive Agricultural-40 acre minimum) Zone, on property located on the west side of Road 140, approximately 1,000 feet south of Avenue 344, north of Visalia.

5.                  PUBLIC HEARING: Request from the Resource Management Agency to hold a Public Hearing for General Plan Amendment No. GPA 08-003 to expand the Farmersville Area Urban Development Boundary and amend the Farmersville Area Land Use Plan to change the land use designation from "Agriculture" to "Service Commercial" on a 2.03-acre parcel, located on the northeast corner of Road 162 and Avenue 296, north of Farmersville. Hold a Public Hearing for General Plan Amendment No. GPA 07-007 to amend the Three Rivers Community Plan to reconfigure the existing land use designations of "Medium Density Residential" and "Multiple Family Residential" in conjunction with changing the land use designation of "Agriculture" to "Community Commercial" on two parcels totaling 27 acres, located on the east side of State Highway 198, approximately mile north of Eggers Drive, in Three Rivers. Find that said General Plan Amendments will not have significant effect on the environment and certify the Negative Declarations prepared for the proposed General Plan Amendments and Urban Boundaries Element amendment, in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the State Guidelines for the Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970, as amended. As one action, adopt the amendment to the Farmersville Area Land Use Plan and the amendment to the Urban Boundaries Element for the Farmersville Area Land Use Plan (GPA 08-003), and the amendment to the Three Rivers Community Plan (GPA 07-007). Direct the Clerk of the Board to return the Notices of Determination for GPA 08-003 and GPA 07-007 to the Resource Management Agency for future filing with the County Clerk.

6.                  PUBLIC HEARING: Request from Resource Management Agency to certify that it has reviewed and considered the information contained in the Negative Declaration for the proposed Change of Zone No. PZ 08-005 from AE-20 (Exclusive Agricultural - 20 acre minimum) to C-3-SC-SR (Service Commercial - Scenic Corridor - Site Review Combining) on a 2.03-acre parcel located on the northeast corner of Road 162 and Avenue 296, north of Farmersville in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970, prior to taking action on the Change of Zone. Find there is not substantial evidence that said Change of Zone will have a significant effect on the environment and certify that the Negative Declaration has been completed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the State Guidelines for the implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970, as amended. Adopt the Findings for approval for the Change of Zone. Waive the final reading and adopt an amendment to Ordinance No. 352 of the Tulare County Zoning Ordinance. Direct the Clerk of the Board to publish the adopted Ordinance and return the signed Notice of Determination to the Resource Management Agency.

 

7.                  PUBLIC HEARING: Request from Resource Management Agency to certify that it has reviewed and considered the information contained in the Negative Declaration for the proposed Change of Zone No. PZ 07-011, to reconfigure the existing zones of R-3 (Multiple Family), R-A-43 (Rural Residential-43,000 sq. ft. minimum) and C-2-SC (General Commercial Scenic Corridor) or to any other zone or combination of zones considered (or found) by the Board of Supervisors to be appropriate and consistent with the General Plan, submitted by Rock Creek Properties, LLC. on two parcels totaling 27-acres, located on the east side of State Highway 198, approximately mile north of Eggers Drive in Three Rivers, with any comments received during the public review process, in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the State Guidelines for the Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970 prior to taking action on the Change of Zone. Find there is not substantial evidence that said change of zone will have a significant effect on the environment and determine that the Negative Declaration reflects the independent judgment of the County and has been completed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the State Guidelines for the Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act of a 1970, as amended. Adopt the findings for approval for the Change of Zone, as set forth in Planning Commission Resolution No. 8381. Waive the final reading and adopt an amendment to Ordinance No. 352 of the Tulare County Zoning Ordinance. Direct the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to publish the adopted Ordinance and return the signed Notice of Determination to the Resource Management Agency.

(Consent Calendar)

CONSENT CALENDAR (Number 8 through 27)

 

 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

Background information has been provided to the board on all matters listed under the Consent Agenda, and these items are considered to be routine by the Board. All items under the Consent Agenda are normally approved by one motion. If discussion is requested by any Board members on any item, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda if separate action is required.

 

 

 

Board of Supervisors

8.                  Ratify the following Proclamations: Honoring Nancy J. McKittrick Dinuba Chamber of Commerce 2008 Senior Citizen of the Year; Honoring Christine Dall Dinuba Chamber of Commerce 2008 Junior Citizen of the Year; Honoring Dinuba Business, Music & Gospel Dinuba Chamber of Commerce 2008 Small Business of the Year; Honoring Dinuba Sentinel Printing & Publishing Dinuba Chamber of Commerce 2008 Large Business of the Year; Honoring Peter Huerta, Jr. Cutler-Orosi Chamber of Commerce 2009 Man of the Year; Honoring Quality Construction Cutler-Orosi Chamber of Commerce 2009 Business of the Year; Honoring Rebecca Ramirez Cutler-Orosi Chamber of Commerce 2009 Woman of the Year; Honoring Sheriff Bill Wittman for his efforts in Operation L.O.C.C.U.S.T; Honoring Captain Dahl Cleek for his efforts in Operation L.O.C.C.U.S.T; and Honoring Lieutenant Mike Boudreaux for his efforts in Operation L.O.C.C.U.S.T.

9.                  Reappoint Michael Sheltzer, Esq. to the Law Library Board of Trustees for a term ending December 31, 2009.

10.             Reappoint Ray Bullick, John S. Higgins, Retiree At-Large and Kim Aguiar to the Deferred Compensation Committee for terms ending January 2, 2013.

11.             Reappoint Chris Tantau - Division 1, Mike Shannon - Division 2 and Ron Clark - Division 7 to the Kaweah Delta Water Conservation District for terms ending March 1, 2013.

12.             Reappoint Brian Summers, Alternate County Representative, to the Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee for term ending June 30, 2011.

13.             Appoint William P. Bennett II to the Southern Tulare County Citrus Pest Control District for a term ending July 6, 2011.

14.             Appoint Vernon McDonald to the Three Rivers Cemetery District for a term ending Noon, January 2, 2012.

15.             Approve a donation of $5,000 to the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District to support their Lawn Mower Trade-in Program. Approve the necessary budget adjustments. (4/5ths vote)

County Counsel

16.             Adopt a Resolution requesting the U.S. Congress to appoint additional Federal Judgeships to the Eastern District of California.

Health & Human Services Agency

17.             Reaffirm declaration of state of emergency in the Tulare County Drought Resolution No. 2008-0472 adopted June 24, 2008.

18.             Ratify and approve the annual Certification Statements for California Children's Services (CCS) and Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP), retroactive to July 1, 2008. Find that the Board had authority to approve the annual Certification Statements as of July 1, 2008 and that it was in the County's best interest to approve the statements on that date.

19.             Ratify and approve the Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000 (SACPA) and Offender Treatment Annual Plan for Fiscal Year 2008/2009 and the receipt of funds from the Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000 (SACPA) and Offender Treatment Annual Plan, retroactive to July 1, 2008. Find that the Board had authority to approve the proposed plan and receive the funds as of July 1, 2008 and that it was in the County's best interest to approve the plan and receive the funds on that date.

Information Technology

20.             Accept grant funding in the amount of $62,559 from the California Office of Homeland Security for the purchase of radio repeaters and ancillary equipment. Approve the fixed asset purchase of the radio repeaters in the amount of $49,503. Approve the necessary budget adjustments. (4/5ths vote)

 

 

Resource Management Agency

21.             Ratify and approve the 2008/2009 Transit Agreement with the City of Visalia for the City to provide transit service to Tulare County residents, retroactive to July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. Find that the Board had authority to enter into the proposed agreement as of July 1, 2008, and that it was in the County's best interest to enter into the agreement on that date.

22.             Waive the second reading and adopt the Ordinance adding Section 3-07-1168 to Part 3, Chapter 7, Article 7 of the County of Tulare Ordinance Code establishing prohibitions to excavation in newly renovated County streets and amending Section 3-07-1170 dealing with exceptions. Direct the Clerk of the Board to publish the Summary Ordinance in accordance with Government Code Section 25214.

23.             Adopt policy applicable to actions involving Williamson Act Contracts occurring after July 22, 2008, including but not limited to new Williamson Act Contracts, amendment to an existing Williamson Act Contract, Partial Non-Renewals, adding of additional lands to an existing contract, or other modifications to an existing contract requiring Tulare County administrative or discretionary action for an entitlement for any portion of lands within contracted lands. This policy requires that when taking the above actions, the Williamson Act Contract will include, or be amended to include: a)Language giving the Tulare County Board of Supervisors authority to unilaterally declare the contract terminated as null and void should State of California fail to pay subvention funds off-setting property tax loss as required by the Open Space Subvention Act; and b) Language suggested from the County of Humboldt vs. McKee case (165 Cal. App. 4th 1476 (CA 1st Dist. 2008)) requiring compliance with new land use regulations and policies upon the annual renewal of existing contracts, such as: "All uses of and actions regarding the Subject Property shall comply will all applicable local ordinances, regulations, resolutions and state laws, as adopted or amended from time to time." Approve a new or amended Williamson Act Contract, at a minimum with the language indicated in Request No. 1.

24.             Approve the execution of four (4) Land Conservation Contracts, as provided in the Williamson Act, for Agricultural Preserves enlarged or established during the 2008 application season, as follows:

Preserve No. 4457 - Eskridge, Dana and Jacqueline (27.76 acres, east of Porterville; APN 284-470-028)

Preserve No. 4458 - Andrade, Alfredo and Maria (20 acres, south of Kingsburg and northwest of Traver, APN 028-160-003)

Preserve No. 4459 - Weisenberger, Daniel and Janice, and S.E.E. of Olive, a limited partnership (1,390.2 acres, southwest of Springville; APNs 219-010-013, 219-010-014, 219-240-016, 284-080-050, and a portion of 284-010-019)

Preserve No. 4460 - Kapheim Farms (31.7 acres, southeast of the hamlet of Sultana; APN 021-220-027)

 

 

 

 

 

25.             Authorize the filing of Notices of Partial Non-renewal for nineteen (19) Land Conservation Contracts as provided in the Williamson Act. These requests fulfill conditions resulting from lot line adjustments and parcel maps for the creation of home sites as follows:

PNR 07-031 - Williamson Act Contract No. 09224, Ag Preserve 03175, west of Porterville (Lombardi) (1.5 acres from 110.6 acres)

PNR 07-032 - Williamson Act Contract No. 10254, Ag Preserve 02070, northeast of Orosi (Butler Ranches) (1.5 acres from 189 acres)

PNR 07-033 - Williamson Act Contract No. 04866, Ag Preserve 01659, southeast of Earlimart (Chinchiolo) (20.3 acres from 99.5 acres)

PNR 07-038 - Williamson Act Contract No. 05803, Ag Preserve 01702, west of Tulare (Picanso) (1.4 acres from 400.5 acres)

PNR 07-039 - Williamson Act Contract No. 02827, Ag Preserve 01195, northeast of Waukena (Wilbur) (1.6 acres from 532.3 acres)

PNR 07-041 - Williamson Act Contract No. 04688, Ag Preserve 01653, south of Porterville (Bristow) (2.0 acres from 59.6 acres)

PNR 08-001 - Williamson Act Contract No. 05088, Ag Preserve 01699, south of Ivanhoe (Hamilton) (1.4 acres from 54.3 acres)

PNR 08-002 - Williamson Act Contract No. 07273, Ag Preserve 02545, northeast of Pixley (Martin) (3.0 acres from 312.4 acres)

PNR 08-003 - Williamson Act Contract No. 09803, Ag Preserve 03249, north of Lindsay (Rodriguez) (1.1 acres from 49 acres)

PNR 08-004 - Williamson Act Contract No. 10189, Ag Preserve 03579, east of Tulare (Silva) (1.4 acres from 60 acres)

PNR 08-005 - Williamson Act Contract No. 09579, Ag Preserve 03271, south of Dinuba (Duran) (1.0 acres from 20 acres)

PNR 08-007 - Williamson Act Contract No. 04398, Ag Preserve 01269, north of Traver (Williams) (1.3 acres from 476.4 acres)

PNR 08-008 - Williamson Act Contract No. 02827, Ag Preserve 00330, northwest of Waukena (Van De Velde Ranch) (1.5 acres from 532.2 acres)

PNR 08-009 - Williamson Act Contract No. 04630, Ag Preserve 01181, west of Orosi (Giannandrea) (5.6 acres from 107.3 acres)

PNR 08-011 - Williamson Act Contract No. 06006, Ag Preserve 01739, northwest of Tulare (Westra) (2.6 acres from 315.1 acres)

PNR 08-012 - Williamson Act Contract No. 06006, Ag Preserve 01739, northwest of Tulare (Pires) (2.6 acres from 315.1 acres)

PNR 08-013 - Williamson Act Contract No. 02876, Ag Preserve 00393, south of Dinuba (Dirksen) (1.0 acres from 238.9 acres)

PNR 08-018 - Williamson Act Contract No. 10334, Ag Preserve 03472, east of Visalia (Hutchenson) (1.1 acres from 9.1 acres)

PNR 08-019 - Williamson Act Contract No. 02803, Ag Preserve 00350, west of Tulare (Bassett) (1.6 acres from 259.7 acres)

 

26.             Authorize the filing of Notices of Partial Non-renewal for twenty-three (23) Land Conservation Contracts as provided in the Williamson Act. These requests fulfill conditions resulting from lot line adjustments and parcel maps for the creation of home sites as follows:

PNR 06-012 - Williamson Act Contract No. 10340, Ag Preserve 03496, south of Lindsey (Latimer) (3.29 acres from 58.5 acres)

PNR 06-017 - Williamson Act Contract No. 10254, Ag Preserve 03534, east of Goshen (Clevenger) (5 acres from 18.80 acres)

PNR 06-029 - Williamson Act Contract No. 02403, Ag Preserve 00124, west of California Hot Springs (Versteeg) (5.7 acres from 380.0 acres)

PNR 06-032 - Williamson Act Contract No. 09147, Ag Preserve 03231, north of Tipton (Pitgliano) (1.49 acres from 246.7 acres)

PNR 06-033 - Williamson Act Contract No. 05633, Ag Preserve 01195, southwest of Woodlake (Schauffele) (1.12 acres from 67.22 acres)

PNR 06-035 - Williamson Act Contract No. 03507, Ag Preserve 00734, in Teviston (Laemmlen) (1.49 acres from 29.24 acres)

PNR 06-036 - Williamson Act Contract No. 03421, Ag Preserve 00734, in Teviston (Laemmlen) (1.49 acres from 38.3 acres)

PNR 06-037 - Williamson Act Contract No. 03592, Ag Preserve 00902, west of Waukena (Orisio) (3.9 acres from 38.5 acres)

PNR 06-038 - Williamson Act Contract No. 03672, Ag Preserve 00819, northwest of Tulare (Lemstra) (6.44 acres from 160 acres)

PNR 06-039 - Williamson Act Contract No. 18123, Ag Preserve 04330, west of Poplar (Tri Star Dairy) (1.48 acres from 77.62 acres)

PNR 06-040 - Williamson Act Contract No. 05877, Ag Preserve 01531, east of Kingsburg (Lewis) (1.25 acres from 151.59 acres)

PNR 06-041 - Williamson Act Contract No. 05570, Ag Preserve 01754, southeast of Ivanhoe (Borges) (1.0 acres from 50.51 acres)

PNR 06-042 - Williamson Act Contract No. 04802, Ag Preserve 01501, in Cutler (Kausen) (1.0 acres from 79.54 acres)

PNR 06-043 - Williamson Act Contract No. 04908, Ag Preserve 02000, south of Farmersville (Martella) (8.06 acres from 212.70 acres)

PNR 06-044 - Williamson Act Contract No. 03602, Ag Preserve 00646, south of Farmersville (Hilarides) (0.49 acres from 384.64 acres)

PNR 06-045 - Williamson Act Contract No. 03602, Ag Preserve 02070, north of Orosi (Butler) (1.5 acres from 188.92 acres)

PNR 06-046 - Williamson Act Contract No. 04665, Ag Preserve 01475, south of Dinuba (Ibara) (1.38 acres from 36.7 acres)

PNR 06-047 - Williamson Act Contract No. 03703, Ag Preserve 00890, south of Dinuba (French) (1.2 acres from 58.5 acres)

PNR 06-048 - Williamson Act Contract No. 08326, Ag Preserve 00291, north of Tulare (Bixler) (1.44 acres from 80.1 acres)

PNR 06-049 - Williamson Act Contract No. 05368, Ag Preserve 01477, north of Visalia (Paregien) (1.69 acres from 45.29 acres)

PNR 06-050 - Williamson Act Contract No. 04226, Ag Preserve 00157, north of Visalia (Watkins) (1.5 acres from 40.24 acres)

PNR 06-051 - Williamson Act Contract No. 09183, Ag Preserve 03154, east of Kingsburg (Jackson) (3.88 acres from 85.99 acres)

PNR 06-053 - Williamson Act Contract No. 09145, Ag Preserve 03323, south of Exeter (Andrews) (1.1 acres from 19.71 acres)

 

27.             Approve an agreement with BRADCO Environmental to provide wood and green waste recycling services at the County landfills for a period of three (3) years.

 

 

 

 

(Items Not Timed)

 

ITEMS NOT TIMED

Items not specifically timed may be taken in any order

 

28.             Request from Human Resources and Development to approve the Medco RX Discount Card Program for any employee who has been or will be laid off between now and June 30, 2009, pay the one-time set up charge of $3.00 per employee and all related costs for literature, identification cards and maintaining eligibility records. Eligibility for membership in the Discount Card Program will continue until December 31, 2012, provided it continues to be offered by Medco to the County of Tulare. Participation subject to review and approval of agreement and terms and conditions of the program by County Counsel.

29.             Request from County Administrative Office to review Chapter 7, Article 3, Section 1-07-1060 of the Tulare County Ordinance Code governing the Board of Supervisors salary. Receive a presentation of comparative salary and budget information for San Joaquin Valley Counties. Consider alternatives regarding the Board of Supervisors salaries and provide direction to staff.

30.             Request from the Resource Management Agency to hold a study session and status update on the Seville Water Company. Provide direction to staff on issues regarding Seville Water Company.

(Closed Session)

 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

CLOSED SESSIONS

As provided in the Ralph M. Brown Act, Government Code sections 54950 et seq., the Board of Supervisors may meet in closed session with members of its staff, county employees and its attorneys. These sessions are not open to the public and may not be attended by members of the public. The matters the Board will meet on in closed session are identified below or are those matters appropriately identified in open session as requiring immediate attention and arising after the posting of the agenda. Any public reports of action taken in the closed session will be made in accordance with Government Code sections 54957.1

 

 

CLOSED SESSION

 

It is the intention of the Board to meet in closed session concerning:

 

Sitting as the Tulare County Board of Supervisors

ITEM A

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Details

Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code Section 54956.9 (b)(1).)

Number of Potential Cases: 1

Appeal by Applicant Reni Garrett of Zoning Administrator's denial of Zone Variance Number PZV 08-026 (ZA) to create two 2.5 acre parcels from a 5 acre parcel in the AE-40 Zone, north of Visalia. Board of Supervisors Agenda Item, February 10, 2009.

 

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ITEM B

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Details

Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code Section 54956.9 (b)(1).)

Number of Potential Cases: 1

General Plan Amendment to Farmersville Area Land Use Plan (GPA 08-003) and Amendment to Tulare County Zoning Ordinance for Zone Change for north of Farmersville (PZ 08-005). Board of Supervisors Agenda Item, February 10, 2009.

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ITEM C

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Details

Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code Section 54956.9 (b)(1).)

Number of Potential Cases: 1

General Plan Amendment to Three Rivers Community Plan (GPA 07-007) and Amendment to Tulare County Zoning Ordinance for Zone Change for Three Rivers (PZ 07-011). Board of Supervisors Agenda Item, February 10, 2009.

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ITEM D

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Details

Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code Section 54956.9 (b)(1).)

Number of Potential Cases: 2

Amendment to Ordinance Code of Tulare County, Pertaining to Encroachments in the County right of way. Board of Supervisors Agenda Item, February 10, 2009.

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ITEM E

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Details

Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code Section 54956.9 (b)(1).)

Number of Potential Cases: 3

Williamson Act Contract Amendments and Policy. Board of Supervisors Agenda Item, February 10, 2009.

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ITEM F

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Details

Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code Section 54956.9 (b)(1).)

Number of Potential Cases: 4

Proposed Tulare County General Plan 2030 Update and Draft Environmental Impact Report. Board of Supervisors Agenda Item, February 10, 2009.

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ITEM G

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Details

Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code Section 54956.9 (b)(1).)

Number of Potential Cases: 3

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ITEM H

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - INITIATION OF LITIGATION

Details

(Government Code Section 54956.9 (c).)

Number of Potential Cases: 2

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ITEM I

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

Details

(Government Code Section 54956.9 (a).)

Name of Case: Storey, Micha et al v. County of Tulare, et al

Tulare County Superior Court Case Number 09-231275

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ITEM J

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

Details

(Government Code Section 54956.9 (a).)

Name of Case: County of Tulare v. City of Tulare, et al

Tulare County Superior Court Case Number 09-231275

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ITEM K

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Details

Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code Section 54956.9 (b)(1).)

Number of Potential Cases: 3

Proposed Tulare County General Plan 2030 Update and Draft Environmental Impact Report. Board of Supervisors Agenda Item, February 10, 2009.

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ITEM N

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

Details

(Government Code Section 54956.9 (a).)

Name of Case: Service Employees International Union Local 521 v. County of Tulare; Public Employees Relations Board Case Number SA-CE-559-M.

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ITEM L

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Details

Significant Exposure to Litigation (Government Code Section 54956.9 (b)(1).)

Number of Potential Cases: 1

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ITEM M

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR

Details

(Government Code Section 54956.8)

Property: 1055 W Henderson, Porterville, CA and 1061 W. Henderson, Porterville, CA

Agency Negotiator: Jean M. Rousseau and Robert Newby

Negotiating Parties: Andy Mangano

Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment

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ITEM N

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR

Details

(Government Code Section 54957.6)

Agency Designated Representative: Tim Huntley, Jean Rousseau

Employee Organization: All Certified Employee Organizations

Unrepresented Employees: All Unrepresented Employees except Elected

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