MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

 

ALLEN ISHIDA

District One

 

PETE VANDER POEL

District Two

 

PHILLIP A. COX 

District Three

 

J. STEVEN WORTHLEY 

District Four

 

MIKE ENNIS -  Chairman

District Five

 

 

Board of Supervisors

 

Agenda

 

 

 

 

JEAN M. ROUSSEAU

County Administrator

 

KATHLEEN BALES-LANGE

County Counsel


MICHELLE BALDWIN

Chief Clerk

 

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

2800 W. Burrel Avenue

Visalia, CA  93291

(559) 636-5000

FAX (559) 733-6898


SITTING AS THE TULARE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND

THE TERRA BELLA SEWER MAINTENANCE DISTRICT

 

 

July 26, 2011

 

9:00 A.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 given by the Visalia Arts Consortium regarding their Strategic Plan.

2.                  Presentation of the Final Report from the 2011 Advisory Committee on Redistricting of proposed mapping alternatives for setting new boundaries for supervisorial districts.

3.                  Public Comments.

4.                  Board of Supervisors matters.


 

9:30 A.M. – TIMED ITEMS

 

(Timed Items)

5.                  PUBLIC HEARING:  Request from the Resource Management Agency to review and receive public comment on the Annual Grantee Performance Reports for Grant Nos. 07-EDEF-3721, 08-EDEF-5894, 09-EDEF-6541, 09-STAR-6387, 09-STBG-6419 and the Program Income Revolving Loan Account, and receive comments regarding the closeout of Community Development Block Grant No. 07-EDEF-3721.  Approve the Annual Grantee Performance Reports and authorize the Chairman of the Board to sign the reports for submittal to the State Department of Housing and Community Development.  Authorize the County Administrative Officer to sign the final closeout certification documents.  Authorize submittal of all signed closeout documents to the State Department of Housing and Community Development.  Provide direction and approve the 2011-2012 Grant Project Consideration List.

6.                  PUBLIC HEARING:  Request from the Resource Management Agency to approve the placement of County Service Area No. 1 and County Service Area No. 2 delinquent sewer and water service fees, delinquent penalties and Auditor's collection charges on the 2011/2012 Tax Rolls as identified.

ADJOURN AS THE TULARE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND

CONVENE AS THE TERRA BELLA SEWER MAINTENANCE DISTRICT

7.                  PUBLIC HEARING:  Request from the Resource Management Agency to approve the placement of Terra Bella Sewer Maintenance District delinquent sewer service charges, delinquent penalties and Auditor's collection charges on the 2011/2012 Tax Roll as identified.

ADJOURN AS THE TERRA BELLA SEWER MAINTENANCE DISTRICT AND

RECONVENE AS THE TULARE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

(Consent Calendar)

CONSENT CALENDAR (Number 8 through 36)

 

 

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 Steven E. Tree upon his Retirement from Porterville Sheltered Workshop; Honoring J.D. Heiskell & Company on its 125th Anniversary; and Honoring St. Mary Armenian Church on its 100th Anniversary.

9.                  Appoint William P. Bennett, II and Jim Zimmerman to the Southern Tulare County Citrus Pest Control District for terms ending July 6, 2011.

Child Support Services

10.             Approve the Proclamation to recognize and acknowledge the month of August 2011 as Child Support Awareness Month on behalf of the Tulare County Department of Child Support Services and the California Department of Child Support Services.

County Administrative Office

11.             Ratify actions taken by the County Administrative Officer during the month of June 2011 regarding Personnel/Payroll Changes and Good Works Funding Agreements.

District Attorney

12.             Authorize the submission of a grant application for funding in an amount not to exceed $75,000 from the State of California, Department of Justice, Attorney General's Privacy and Piracy Fund for Fiscal Year 2011/2012 to provide funding for training and equipment.

Health & Human Services Agency

13.             Reaffirm the Declaration of State of Emergency pertaining to flooding set out in Resolution No. 2010-1016 and adopted on December 21, 2010.

14.             Authorize the submittal of the Public Health Institute's application to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the Public Prevention Health Fund: Community Transformation Grants in the amount of $10 million to provide funding for a five-year initiative aimed at preventing heart attacks, strokes, cancer, and other leading causes of death or disability for the period of September 15, 2011 through September 15, 2012.

15.             Ratify and approve an agreement with Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District in an amount not to exceed $234,177 for three (3) years at $78,059 per year to provide direct skill training to high-risk parents, retroactive to July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2014 .  Find that the Board had authority to enter into the proposed Agreement as of July 1, 2011, and that it was in the County's best interest to enter into the Agreement on that date.

16.             Approve an agreement with Goodfellow Occupational Therapy for the purpose of providing occupational and/or physical therapy services in an amount not to exceed $130,000, retroactive to July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.  Find that the Board had authority to enter into the proposed agreement as of July 1, 2011, and that it was in the County's best interest to enter into the agreement on that date.

17.             Adopt the Subvention Certificate of Compliance and the Medi-Cal Certificate of Compliance for the California Department of Veterans Affairs County Subvention Program for Fiscal Year 2011/2012.

 

 

Human Resources & Development

18.             Approve the increase in expense appropriations for Fiscal Year 201/2011 for unanticipated obligations in excess of the Adopted Budget for Fiscal Year 2010/2011 for ISF 065.  Approve the necessary budget adjustments.  (4/5ths vote required)

19.             Adopt the proposed Memorandum of Understandings with the following Tulare County Employee Associations and Unions:  Professional Law Enforcement Management Association (PLEMA); Tulare County Deputy Sheriff's Association (TCDSA); and Professional Association of Tulare County Physicians (PATCOP).

20.             Approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Tulare and the United Automobile, Aerospace & Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW).

Information & Communications Technology

21.             Approve the Memorandum of Understanding between Tulare County Information & Communications Technology and Chicago Title, Data Trace and First American Title for access to the property system electronically.

Probation

22.             Designate the Probation Department as the agency to provide post release community supervision in Tulare County, effective October 1, 2011.

Resource Management Agency

23.             Introduce and waive the first reading of an Ordinance adding Section 3-01-1050, "Allensworth" and deleting Section 3-01-1110, "Lindsay Area" of Chapter 1 of Article 3 of the Tulare County Ordinance Code pertaining to speed limits.  Direct the Clerk of the Board to publish a summary and post a certified copy of the proposed ordinance at least five (5) days prior to adoption in accordance with Government Code Section 25124(b)(1).

24.             Introduce and waive the first reading of an amendment to Ordinance No. 352, the Tulare County Zoning Ordinance for Change of Zone No. PZ 10-003 (Pam Fitzpatrick), from AE-20 (Exclusive Agriculture - 20 acre minimum) to R-1 (Single Family Residential) and R-A-20 (Rural Residential - 20,000 sq. ft. minimum), on approximately 77 acres, located on the south side of Avenue 152, approximately 1,700 feet west of Road 192, in Poplar-Cotton Center.  Set a Public Hearing for August 16, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.

25.             Approve a letter agreement with the Arvin-Edison Water Storage District for the exchange of Cross Valley Canal Water for the 2010 water year, retroactive to March 1, 2010.  Find that the Board had authority to enter into the proposed letter agreement as of March 1, 2010, and that it was in the County's best interest to enter into the letter agreement on that date.  Authorize the Resource Management Agency and Dennis R. Keller to take necessary actions to comply with the provisions of the letter agreement.

26.             Approve an amendment to Agreement No. 24503 with Peña's Disposal, Inc., increasing the rate for Construction and Demolition Recycling Services from $34.95 to $36.55 per ton, effective August 1, 2011.

27.             Approve the Measure R Program Supplement to Cooperative Agreement for the construction of the Hillman Street and Road 108 Widening Projects in the amount of $3,130,758.

28.             Approve the Cooperative Agreement between the County of Tulare and the City of Tulare Board of Public Utility Commissioners for the County to be compensated by the City of Tulare for the actual cost of installing sewer and water pipelines plus 5% as a part of the Hillman Street Widening Project between Leland Avenue and Tulare Irrigation District Canal.  Authorize the Chairman to sign the cooperative agreement, subject to approval as to form by County Counsel and execution by the City of Tulare Board of Public Utility Commissioners.

29.             Approve an agreement with the Tulare County Association of Governments for Tulare County Area Transit to provide transit services under the Tulare County Regional T-PASS, retroactive to July 1, 2010 and valid until succeeded or terminated by either party.  Find that the Board had the authority to enter into the proposed agreement as of July 1, 2010, and that it was in the County's best interest to enter into the agreement on that date.  Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreement, subject to review and approval as to form by County Counsel.

30.             Ratify and approve an agreement with R.L. Hastings & Associates, LLC for Administrative Subcontractor Services for the Ivanhoe Family Apartments in the amount of $50,000.  Find that the Board had authority to enter into the Agreement as of May 9, 2011, and that it was in the County's best interest to enter into the Agreement on that date.

31.             Ratify and approve the 2011/2012 Transit Agreement with the City of Woodlake for the City to provide transit service to County of Tulare residents from July 1, 2011, through June 30, 2012.  Find that the Board had the authority to enter into the agreement as of July 1, 2011, and that it was in the County's best interest to enter into the agreement on that date.

32.             Prohibit the parking of vehicles on the west side of Road 208 from a point 1,465 feet south of Avenue 152 to 1,555 feet south of Avenue 152 at the curb in front of Rockford Elementary School.

33.             Authorize the Resource Management Agency to notify the California Department of Transportation and the California Transportation Commission of its intent to expend local funds for construction of the Road 80 phase 3 project prior to the allocation of State Transportation Improvement Program funds.

34.             Certify that pursuant to Chapter 13 of the Public Resource Code and Title 14 of the California Code and Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, that the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Santa Fe Bike Path/Multi-Purpose Trail Connection Project has been completed in Compliance with California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA); the Tulare County Board of Supervisors has reviewed and considered the information contained in the Environmental Impact Report prior to approving the project; and reflects the Board of Supervisors independent judgment and analysis.  Adopt a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan for the Santa Fe Bike Path/Multi-Purpose Trail Connection Project.  Adopt the California Environmental Quality Act Findings of Fact.  Adopt of Final Findings for the Santa Fe Bike Path/Multi-Purpose Trail Connection Project and approve the Santa Fe Bike Path/Multi-Purpose Trail Connection Project as described in the Final Environmental Impact Report.  Direct staff to file a Notice of Determination within five working days after deciding carryout and approve the project.

35.             FOR INFORMATION ONLY:  Bid Opening Results for the Traffic Signal at Avenue 280 and Road 180:

Contractor

Amount

Madco Electrical, Inc.

$425,687.00

Lee's Paving, Inc.

$493,504.40

 

 

Engineer's Estimate

$341,561.00

 

Sheriff/Coroner

36.             Approve an agreement with EZ Card and Kiosk for the installation of one kiosk at the Detention Facility, effective on the date of installation and shall continue for thirty-six months, with the option of up to two extensions of twelve months each.

(Items Not Timed)

 

ITEMS NOT TIMED

Items not specifically timed may be taken in any order

 

37.             Request from the Sheriff's Department to approve an amendment to Agreement No. 23050 with the United States Forest Service to increase the funding amount by $100,000 for operations to suppress manufacturing and trafficking of controlled substances on or affecting National Forest Service land, retroactive to October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2011.  Find that the Board had authority to enter into the agreement as of October 1, 2010, and that it was in the County's best interest to enter into the agreement on that date.

38.             Request from Health and Human Services Agency to approve the adoption of Connecting the Dots: A Proactive Approach to Addressing Homelessness as the local guiding document in addressing the issues surrounding homelessness in the County of Tulare and support for the Kings/Tulare Continuum of Care in implementation of Connecting the Dots.  Designate a staff member and/or elected official to participate as a member of the Connecting the Dots Action Committee, to begin implementation of Connecting the Dots.

39.             Request from Health and Human Services Agency to approve the Personnel Resolution to add the following positions: Mental Health: (1) Electronic Health Records (EHR) Manager, (2) Staff Services Analyst III, (2) Licensed Social Worker (Clinician) Health: (1) Electronic Health Records (EHR) Specialist, (1) Quality Assurance Nurse, (1) Coding Specialist, (1) Training Officer II.  Approve the Job Specifications.

40.             Request from Information Communications & Technology to approve the re-title of the following positions: (10) IT Business Analyst I/II to IT Client Specialist I/II; (1) IT Business Analyst III to IT Client Specialist III; (2) IT Manager to IT Project Manager III; and (4) IT Project Lead to IT Project Manager I/II, subject to meet and confer with the union where applicable.  Approve the job descriptions for re-classification of the following positions: (1) IT Business Analyst I/II to IT Funding Specialist I/II; (1) IT Business Analyst I/II to IT Data Center Administrator; (5) IT Business Analyst I/II to IT Specialist Application Support I/II; (3) IT Systems and Procedures Analyst I/II to IT Business Intelligence I/II; and (1) IT Systems and Procedures Analyst I/II to IT Business Intelligence III, subject to meet and confer with the union where applicable.  Approve the addition of the following new positions: (3) IT Enterprise Content Management Specialist I/II; (2) IT Systems & Applications Trainer; and (1) IT Specialist Application Support I/II, subject to meet and confer with the union where applicable.  Approve the Personnel Resolution related to the job descriptions, effective July 26, 2011.

41.             Request from the Resource Management Agency to receive a report regarding the protest letters received protesting the user fee increase proposed for the Tonyville sewer zone of benefit in County Service Area 1.  Acknowledge that a written protest against the proposed user fee increase was received from a majority of the owners/tenants of the properties affected by the proposed user fee increase in the Tonyville sewer zone of benefit.  Approve the user fees identified with no change in the user fees that were adopted on July 20, 2010 as Resolution No. 2010-0594 for Tonyville.

42.             Request from Human Resources & Development to Impose the County's Last, Best, and Final proposal adjusting the wages, terms, and conditions of employment as they apply to employees in the G-LAW Bargaining Unit (Unit #8), effective August 1, 2011 as follows:  1) SALARY AND MERITS (STEP) INCREASE:  All merits (step) increases are frozen and will not increase; 2) FLEXIBLY-ALLOCATED CLASSIFICATIONS:  Maintain current suspension of Personnel Rule 3.1.1 for all classifications within a flexibly allocated class series; 3) SICK LEAVE BUYBACK:  Maintain current suspension of Sick Leave Buyback; 4) FURLOUGH:  Maintain current Furlough Program of forty (40) unpaid furlough hours reducing an employee's earnings by 1.923% from August 1, 2011 through July 31, 2012; and 5) DEFERRED COMPENSATION PROGRAM:  Maintain current suspension of Deferred Compensation Match Program.

43.             Request from Human Resources & Development to Impose the County's Last, Best, and Final proposal adjusting the wages, terms and conditions of employment for employees in SEIU 521 Bargaining Units 1, 3, 4, 6, and 7, effective August 1, 2011 as follows:  1) EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN:  Modify language to include for plan years 2012 to cover increases to minimum benefit amount for the $1,000.00 deductible employee-only medical, dental, vision, and $10,000.00 life insurance coverage; 2) SICK LEAVE USAGE:  Maintain current suspension of sick leave buyback; 3) SALARY AND RENEGOTIATIONS:  No salary increases or cost of living adjustments; 4) FLEXIBLY-ALLOCATED CLASSIFICATIONS:  Maintain current suspension of Personnel Rule 3.1.1 for all classifications within a flexibly allocated class series; 5) MERIT INCREASES:  All merit (step) increases are frozen and will not increase; 6) FURLOUGH:  Maintain current Furlough Program of forty (40) unpaid furlough hours August 1, 2011 - July 31, 2012 reducing an employee's earnings by 1.923%; and 7) Other non-economic provisions.

44.             Request from Human Resources & Development to Impose the County's Last, Best, and Final proposals adjusting the wages, terms, and conditions of employment for employees in the Tulare County District Attorney's Investigators Association (TCDAIA), Unit #5, effective August 1, 2011 as follows:  1) SALARY:  Maintain current suspension of all merit (step) increases; 2) EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN:  Update provision to reflect that for employees participating in the Health Plan that have a benefit amount that is less than the premium charged for the $1,000 deductible employee-only medical, dental, vision and $10,000 life insurance coverage, the County will increase the MINIMUM benefit amount to pay for any premium increase for plan year 2012.  The increase to the benefit amount, IF ANY, will coincide with the premium increase for plan year 2012; 3) SICK LEAVE:  Maintain current suspension of Sick Leave Buy Back; 4) FLEXIBLY-ALLOCATED POSITIONS:  Maintain current suspension of Personnel Rule 3.1.1 for all classifications within a flexibly allocated class series; and 5) FURLOUGH:  Maintain current Addendum B "FURLOUGH POLICY _ FLSA Covered Employees" Program of forty (40) furlough hours per Fiscal Year (August 1 through July 31, 2011) - reducing an employee's earnings by 1.923%.

45.             Request from Human Resources & Development to Impose the County's Last, Best, and Final proposal adjusting the wages, terms, and conditions of employment as they apply to employees in the Tulare County Corrections Association Bargaining Unit (Unit #12), effective August 1, 2011 as follows:  1) MERITS:  Maintain current suspension of all merit (step) pay increases; 2) EMPLOYEE BENEFIT AMOUNT: The same amount will be received for Health plan year 2012; 3) FLEXIBLY ALLOCATED POSITIONS: Maintain current article language; 4) SICK LEAVE BUY BACK:  Maintain current suspension of Sick Leave Buy Back; and 5) FURLOUGH:  Maintain current Furlough Program of forty (40) unpaid furlough hours commencing August 1, 2011 - July 31, 2012 which includes reducing an employee's earnings by 1.923% over the same period.

46.             Request from Human Resources & Development to Impose the County's Last, Best, and Final proposal adjusting the wages, terms, and conditions of employment as they apply to employees in the Tulare County Professional Firefighters Association Bargaining Unit (Unit #23), effective August 1, 2011: 1) FURLOUGH:  All unit employees in each twelve month period of the Memorandum of Understanding shall be furloughed.  Captains and Lieutenants assigned to shift work shall have their compensation reduced by forfeiting 56.8 paid Holiday Hours (equivalent to a 1.923% wage reduction) and shall receive 56.8 furlough hours. Administrative Captains shall have their wage reduced by 1.923% and shall receive 40 furlough hours; 2) MERIT/STEP INCREASES:  Suspended; 3) SICK LEAVE BUY BACK:  Suspended; 4) DEFERRED COMPENSATION MATCH:  Suspended; 5) BENEFIT AMOUNT:  Effective with the new Health Plan Year 2012, for employees participating in the Health Plan that have a benefit amount that is less than the premium charged for the $1,000 deductible employee-only medical, dental, vision, and $10,000 life insurance coverage, the County will increase the benefit amount to pay for any premium increase for plan year 2012.  The increase to the benefit amount will coincide with the premium increase for plan year 2012; and 6) Other items as cited.

47.             Request from Human Resources & Development to Impose the County's Last, Best, and Final proposal adjusting the wages, terms, and conditions of employment as they apply to employees in the United Automobile, Aerospace & Agricultural Implement Workers of America, Bargaining Unit #2, effective August 1, 2011 as follows:  1) MERIT/STEP INCREASES:  Maintain current suspension of all merit (step) increases; 2) BENEFIT AMOUNT:  Update provision to reflect that for plan year 2012, employees participating in the Health Plan that have, on the effective date of the premium change, a benefit amount that is less than the premium charged for the $1,000 deductible employee-only medical, dental, vision and $10,000 life insurance coverage, will have that benefit amount increased to an amount sufficient to pay for the 2012 premiums charged for the $1,000 deductible employee-only medical, dental, vision, and $10,000 life insurance coverage.  The increase to the benefit amount will coincide with the premium increase for plan year 2012; 3) SICK LEAVE BUY BACK: Maintain current suspension of Sick Leave Buy Back; 4) FLEXIBLY ALLOCATED CLASSIFICATIONS: Maintain current suspension of Personnel Rule 3.1.1 for all classifications within a flexibly allocated class series; 5) FURLOUGH: Maintain current Furlough Program of forty (40) unpaid furlough hours commending August 1, 2011 - July 31, 2012 and reducing an employee's earnings by 1.923%; and 6) Additional items as cited.

(Closed Session)

 

 

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

 

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 - EXISTING LITIGATION

Details

[Government Code Section 54956.9 (a)]

Name of Case:  Frank Enepi Sisneroz v. Bill Wittman, et al.

United States District Court Case Nos. 1:08-cv-01971 DLB PC and 1:05-cv-00519-AWI GSA

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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: 4

Threats of litigation in the public record regarding the proposed Tulare County General Plan 2030 Update and Draft Environment Impact Report

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ITEM C

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - INITIATION OF LITIGATION

Details

[Government Code Section 54956.9(c)]

Number of Potential Cases:  1

 

 

 

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ITEM D

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR

Details

(Government Code Section 54956.8)

Property Description:  41680 Road 38, Reedley, CA  93654

Agency Negotiator:  Jean Rousseau and Robert Newby

Negotiating Parties:  Helmut Kaunzinger and Ingeborg Kaunzinger

Under Negotiation:  Price and Terms of Payment

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ITEM E

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR

Details

(Government Code Section 54958.8)

Property Description:  4158 Avenue 416, Reedley, CA  93654

Agency Negotiator:  Jean Rousseau and Robert Newby

Negotiating Parties:  Home Vineyard Company

Under Negotiation:  Price and Terms of Payment

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ITEM F

COFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR

Details

(Government Code Section 54956.8)

Property Description:  41747 Road 38, Reedley, CA  93654

Agency Negotiator:  Jean Rousseau and Robert Newby

Negotiating Parties:  Steven Stoll and Hilda Stoll

Under Negotiation:  Price and Terms of Payment

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ITEM E

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR

Details

(Government Code Section 54957.6)

Agency Designated Representative:  Jeff Cardell, Jean Rousseau

Employee Organization:  All Certified Employee Organizations

Unrepresented Employees:  All Unrepresented Employees except Elected

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