Board of Supervisors – February 26, 2019 2nd Afternoon Session

WE WILL COME BACK TO ORDER WE SCHOOL THE ROLE >> FROST NOTTOLI PETERS SERNA KENNEDY . WE HAVE A QUORUM >> THANK YOU >> ITEM 38 THE INITIATION OF THE UPPER WEST SIDE MASTER PLANNING PROCESS >> >> GOOD AFTERNOON MR. CHAIR AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD I AM TODD SMITH WITH THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW HE IS HOME SICK TODAY AND I WILL BE FILLING IN I DO HAVE ABOUT 10 OR 11 SLIDES TO GO THROUGH BRIEFLY, AND JUST SO YOU ARE AWARE, THE APPLICANT DOES HAVE A SHORT PRESENTATION AS WELL SO THIS PROJECT IS THE UPPER WEST SIDE SPECIFIC PLAN THE PURPOSE OF THE HEARING TODAY IS SOLELY INITIATION OF THE MASTER PLANNING PROCESS FOR THOSE WHO ARE NOT AWARE, WE DO HAVE BOARD ADOPTED MASTER- PLANNED GUIDELINES THAT GUIDE THE MASTER PLAN OR SPECIFIC PLAN PROCESS FROM INITIATION ALL THE WAY THROUGH ADOPTION HEARINGS OR WHATEVER THE ACTION MAY BE THIS IS THE FIRST STEP IN A VERY LENGTHY PROCESS THAT COULD TAKE MANY YEARS, AND THEIR ONE OR TWO CHECKS ALONG THE WAY, AND I WILL GO THROUGH THOSE IN THE PRESENTATION SO FIRST SUMMARY OF WHAT TODAY’S REQUEST IS THIS IS AGAIN INITIATING THE UPPER WEST SIDE SPECIFIC PLAN WE WOULD ALSO WANT THE BOARD TO RECOGNIZE THAT THE PROPOSED OUTREACH PROGRAM IS ADEQUATE WITH AN EXPECTATION THAT IS OUTLINED IN THE STAFF REPORT THAT A BECOME MORE ENHANCED TO REACH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF STAKEHOLDERS AND TO ENSURE TRANSPARENCY OF THE PROCESS ALONG THE WAY THE THIRD REQUEST HERE IS A DETERMINATION THAT THE BOUNDARY OF THE PROPOSED SPECIFIC PLAN IS ADEQUATE TO BEGIN THE PROCESS WE RECOGNIZED AND OUTLINED SOME ISSUES WITH THE BOUNDARY IN THE STAFF REPORT I’M NOT GOING TO GO OVER THEM IN GREAT DETAIL, BUT WE WANT TO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT FOR THE PURPOSES OF ANY SHADING THE BOUNDARY IS APPROPRIATE, AND ACKNOWLEDGE THE UNDERSTANDING THAT THAT BOUNDARY MAY CHANGE ALONG THE WAY AS FURTHER TECHNICAL DETAILS COME INTO LIGHT THE FOURTH REQUEST IS A DIRECTION TO THE PLANNING DIRECTOR TO CONVENE WHAT’S CALLED THE TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE OUR MASTER-PLANNED GUIDELINES CALL FOR THIS COMMITTEE TO BE FORMED, ESSENTIALLY A GROUP OF TECHNICAL EXPERTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS FROM SERVICE PROVIDERS AND DIFFERENT AGENCIES THAT HAVE INPUT INTO THE PROCESS AND FINALLY, WE WANT TO AUTHORIZE THE PLANNING DIRECTOR TO SIGN THE FUNDING AGREEMENT FOR THE PROJECT THIS IS THE AGREEMENT THAT SPECIFIES APPROXIMATE BUDGET FOR THE PROJECT THE COVERS ALL OF COUNTY STAFF TIME FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS SO THE PROJECT IS LOCATED IN THE UNINCORPORATED PORTION OF NATOMAS, ROUGHLY NORTH OF INTERSTATE 80 BETWEEN THE CITY OF SACRAMENTO ON THE EAST SIDE IN THE SACRAMENTO RIVER ON THE WEST SIDE THE PROPOSED PROJECT IS A LITTLE OVER 2000 ACRES, AND IT IS AGAIN WITHIN THE NATOMAS BASIN AND WHAT IS KNOWN AS THE NATOMAS JOINT VISION AREA THAT’S AN AREA THAT IS AN OVERLAY ON THE GENERAL PLAN WHERE IN THE ADOPTION OF THE 2011 GENERAL PLAN WE CALLED OUT THIS AREA FOR POTENTIAL STUDY SOME WHO HAVE BEEN AROUND A LONG TIME MAY KNOW THIS AREA AS THE BOOT PRECINCT THAT IS WHAT IT WAS CALLED THROUGH THAT PROCESS AND THIS NAME CHANGE IS PROPOSED BY THE APPLICANT >> BEFORE YOU LEAVE THAT SLIDE, I AM GOING TO INTERRUPT AS YOU GO ALONG I WILL TAKE THAT LIBERTY IF I FIND THERE’S SOMETHING THAT REQUIRES CLARITY, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE OF MY CONSTITUENTS IN THE AUDIENCE >> YES >> I WANT TO MAKE CLEAR THAT THE RED HASHMARKS UP THERE ARE NOT COTERMINOUS WITH WHAT THE PROPOSED FOOTPRINT FOR DEVELOPMENT IS NECESSARILY >> THAT IS CORRECTED >> OKAY SO MAYBE ELABORATE THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN THE TWO IT’S VERY IMPORTANT THAT PRESSURE IF YOU DON’T MIND, CAN I DO THAT AT A LATER SLIDE THAT

SHOWS THE LAND-USE PLAN? THAT HELP EXPLAIN A BETTER >> OKAY I JUST WANT FOLKS WHEN THEY’RE LOOKING AT THE SLIDE TO UNDERSTAND THAT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE FOOTPRINT OF URBANIZATION >> THAT IS CORRECT I WILL EXPLAIN THAT ANY SUBSEQUENT SLIDE >> DID YOU MOVE THE PODIUM UP HIGHER SO WE CAN HEAR YOU BETTER PLEASE? >> IF IT WILL GO UP ANY HIGHER THERE WE GO >> HOW’S THAT? >> CLOSER >> BETTER? SO THIS SLIDE IS AGAIN A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY ON THE LEFT SIDE, WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT WAS PROPOSED IN THE NATOMAS VISION PLAN ROUGHLY IN 2015 AND THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE SLIDE, EXCUSE ME, THE BASIN YOU CAN SEE WHAT’S CALLED THE BOOT AREA JUST FOR CONTACTS, THAT IS WHAT WAS PROPOSED IN 2015, AND ON THE RIGHT SIDE YOU SEE ROUGHLY THE BOUNDARY OF THE UPPER WEST SIDE PROJECT FOR COMPARISON AND THIS SLIDE IS WHERE I WANT TO EXPLAIN THE DETAILS THAT YOU POINTED OUT SO THE AERIAL ON THE LEFT SIDE IS THE YELLOW PROJECT AREA OUTLINED. ON THE RIGHT SIDE WE HAVE THE PROPOSED LAND-USE PLAN, AND THAT AREA ALONG THE GARDEN HIGHWAY IS SHOWN AS THE GREEN AND TAN THAT AREA IS IDENTIFIED AS AGRICULTURE AND OPEN SPACE AND SUB URBAN FARM AND GREENBELT INTERSPERSED SO THE PROPOSED PROJECT DOES INCLUDE EXPANSION OF THE URBAN POLICY AREA AND URBAN SERVICES BOUNDARY, ALTHOUGH NOT FOR OLD NORMALIZATION OF THE ENTIRE FOOTPRINT >> THANK YOU >> WHILE YOU HAVE THE SLIDE UP, SO IF YOU HAVE TO TAKE AN ESTIMATE AT WHAT IS BEING PROPOSED ON THE RIGHT-HAND SIDE OF THE SLIDE, WHAT PERCENTAGE, AND AGAIN, THIS IS WHAT IS BEING SUBMITTED BY THE APPLICANT FOR CONSIDERATION ASSUMING THIS IS INITIATED, WHAT WOULD YOU ESTIMATE TO BE SUBJECT TO URBANIZATION INCLUDING SCHOOLS AND SUCH SOME OF THAT IS ALREADY INCLUDED I BELIEVE ON THE 2000 ACRES, WHAT IS BEING PROPOSED? TERMS OF A NUMBER? YEAH OR PERCENTAGE >> I WOULD SAY ROUGHLY 75 PERCENT BALLPARK YES >> SO 1500 ACRES ROUGHLY >> WE CAN DIG INTO THE DETAILS IF NECESSARY >> TO THAT POINT, IN THE INTEREST OF ACCURACY, I WOULD SAY IT IS PROBABLY ACTUALLY GREATER BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO EXTRACT FROM AT THE FACT THAT THE NATOMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT IS ON A SEPARATE TRACK IN TERMS OF THEIR OWN SCHOOL SITE IF YOU ASSUME THE SCHOOL SITE IS PRECEDING INDEPENDENT OF THIS PROPOSAL, THE FOOTPRINT SHRINKS SO IT’S A DIFFERENT DENOMINATOR >> YES >> THANK YOU >> SO THE NEXT COUPLE SLIDES HIGHLIGHT KEY ISSUES EXPLAINED IN MORE DETAIL IN THE STAFF REPORT ALL OF THESE ARE PRETTY SUBSTANTIAL IN NATURE I DON’T WANT TO GET INTO TOO MUCH DETAIL HERE, BUT A FEW OF THESE THINGS LIKE CITY COUNTY COORDINATION, THE CITY AND COUNTY DID HAVE AN UNDERSTANDING FROM THE NATOMAS VISION PLAN THAT WAS ASSIGNED IN 2002 THERE’S NEVER BEEN ANY FORMAL AMENDMENT TO THE MO YOU, BUT THERE WAS AN AGREEMENT AMONG LEADERSHIP OF THE CITY AND COUNTY AT THE TIME, ROUGHLY 2008 WHERE THE COUNTY WOULD TAKE ON A DEVELOPMENT ROLE, WHICH IS IN CONTRAST WITH WHAT THE MOU SAYS THE SECOND ITEM HERE, THE ASSISTANT NATOMAS HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN AND METRO AIRPARK HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN ARE IN PLACE IN THE NATOMAS BASIN THERE IS AN ASSUMPTION OF THOSE PLANS THAT THE REMAINING AGRICULTURE AND LANDED ON A COME FORWARD SACRAMENTO UNINCORPORATED SACRAMENTO COUNTY WOULD REMAIN IN AGRICULTURE DOCUMENT OF COUNTY IS NOT SIGNATORY TO EITHER OF THOSE PLANS, BUT THERE IS AN ASSUMPTION THAT THAT LANE WILL REMAIN IN AG OBVIOUSLY FOR SUCCESS OF THE PROJECT IT WOULD BE INCUMBENT ON EITHER THE APPLICANT OR COUNTY TO DEVELOP SOME SORT OF MITIGATION STRATEGY THAT SHOWS THAT THE PROJECT IS NOT ADVERSELY AFFECTING EITHER OF THOSE PLANS THAT WILL BE A SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGE CAN I STOP YOU THERE AGAIN? >> SURE >> IS THERE A POINT IN ADDRESSING THAT PARTICULAR

ANGLE TO THIS? WHERE IT IS KIND OF GO OR NO GO FOR THIS? >> POTENTIALLY SO THERE IS, IN THE JUDGES OPINION ON THE NATOMAS HCP, IT SAYS ESSENTIALLY THAT APPROVAL OF FURTHER DEVELOPMENT BEYOND WHAT WAS ASSUMED IN THE HCP WOULD POTENTIALLY LEAD THE RESEARCH AGENCIES, THE STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL WILDLIFE, TO REVISIT THE VIABILITY OF THE INCIDENTAL PERMITS ISSUED ON THOSE SO IT BECOMES VERY DIFFICULT THIS IS PROJECTING YEARS DOWN THE ROAD, WE ASKED STAFF DON’T SEE A PATH WHERE WE COULD BRING A PROJECT OF THIS MAGNITUDE WITH HIS COMPLEXITY OF ISSUES WITH RESPECTS TO THE HCP FORWARD FOR CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL WITHOUT THAT ISSUE BEING RESOLVED OKAY UNDERSTANDING THAT IS AN EXTREMELY >> THAT IS A SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGE >> IT IS >> JUST PLAYING DEVILS ADVOCATE HERE, THERE COULD BE A PERSPECTIVE PLAN THAT HITCHES THEIR WAGON TO THE MO YOU MOU THE FACT THAT THERE IS ALREADY BEEN MEMBERS OF THE LOCAL JUDICIARY THAT HAVE CONCLUDED THAT THE BASIN IS FINITE IN TERMS OF THE UNIVERSE OF HABITAT AREA THAT CAN BE CONSIDERED GIVEN ALL THE OTHER COMPETING INTERESTS THAT REQUIRE THAT HABITAT, NAMELY THE GROWTH OF NATOMAS TODAY AND THE CITY OF SACRAMENTO, METRO AIRPARK, THE NATIONAL AIRPORT >> TO EXPAND ON THAT A LITTLE BIT, THERE IS AN OPTION IN THE EXISTING HCP FOR WHAT IS CALLED AREA BE IT IS AN AREA OUTSIDE THE NORTH OF THE BASIN THAT’S UNDER CONSIDERATION >> BUT THERE ARE A NUMBER OF TRIGGERS OR CRITERIA THAT WOULD HAVE TO BE MET TO EVEN CONSIDER? CORRECT >> SO OBVIOUSLY THE FIRST TWO POINTS TAKE A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF COURT NATION WOULD NOT JUST THE CITY, BUT CENTRE COUNTY >> AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT >> YES THE THIRD, FOURTH AND 5TH.THERE ARE MORE LOCAL IN NATURE OF COURSE, IN THIS AREA OF THE BASIN, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT PRIME FARMLAND A LOT OF INVESTMENTS IN THE AGRICULTURAL VIABILITY OF THAT AREA, AND ON A SEPARATE TRACK, WE ARE HAVING A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE COUNTY GENERAL PLAN POLICY WHEN IT COMES TO AG MITIGATION WATER SUPPLY THERE IS CURRENTLY NO MUNICIPAL INDUSTRIAL WATER PURVEYOR IN THIS AREA AIRPORT PROTECTION, OBVIOUSLY WITH THE SACRAMENTO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO THE NORTH NORTHWEST THERE IS A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF COUNTY INVESTMENTS AS WELL AS FEDERAL INVESTMENT IN THAT AIRPORT IT IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY A STAFF TO MAKE SURE THAT INVESTMENT IS PROTECTED CLIMATE CHANGE, ADAPTATION, RESILIENCY THESE ARE REALLY IMPORTANT ISSUES IN THE WORLD TODAY, ESPECIALLY IN AN AREA WHERE THERE IS AN EXISTING FLOODPLAIN SURROUNDED BY A LEVY, A LARGE LEVY PROJECT IN THE WORKS TO BE UPGRADED TO CURRENT STANDARDS WE HAVE TO ENSURE CONSISTENT WITH THE COUNTY GENERAL PLAN THAT ANY ACTION ON THE PROJECT THAT MAY BE COMING IN THE FUTURE MEETS THE RESILIENCY STANDARDS PROMULGATED BY THE STATE AND INCORPORATED IN THE COUNTY GENERAL PLAN AND THE SAME GOES FOR THE DRAINAGE AND FLOODING CONCERNS BACK TO THE PROJECT BOUNDARY A LITTLE BIT MORE DETAIL HERE TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE PROJECT THERE ARE SOME ONGOING ACQUISITIONS BY FLOOD CONTROL AGENCY THESE CAME TO LIGHT AS WE WERE DOING INITIAL OUTREACH WHEN THE APPLICATION FIRST CAME IN THAT PROCESS IS NOT YET COMPLETED, BUT THEY ARE ENGAGED IN NEGOTIATIONS WITH LANDOWNERS THERE FOR THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE NATOMAS LEVEE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT THEY ARE ALSO ACQUIRING OR EXCHANGING LAND WITH THE BASIN CONSERVANCY AS A RESULT OF THAT THAT HAS THE POTENTIAL TO AFFECT THE PROPOSED LAND USE PLAN THE GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY ISSUES I WANT TO START JUST VANISHING NATIONS STEP, WHICH IS TODAY’S CONVERSATION OUR POLICY 19 PROVIDES ARE ESSENTIALLY FOR COMPONENTS TO

BE VERIFIED PRIOR TO INITIATION, AND THEN ANY CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL WITH THE SUBJECT TO 120, 127, 15 PLUS THE WHOLE HOST OF OTHER GENERAL PLAN POLICIES RELATED TO CONSERVATION AND AG THAT YOU MAY HEAR ABOUT AND I ARTIE MENTIONED THE TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE WE ARE HOPING TO CONVENE FAIRLY SOON COME ASSUMING OF COURSE, THAT INITIATION OCCURS TODAY WE HOPE TO GET A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF TECHNICAL INFORMATION TO INFORM THE YOUTH PLANNING PROCESS AS WELL AS THE BOUNDARY OR JUST WANT TO POINT OUT AND ADD TO THE COMMENT AND BULLET POINTS THERE IS A RELEASE TO THE GENERAL PLAN >> THE COUNTY IS CURRENTLY EXPLORING AND REVISING AN ADDITIONAL NEW ELEMENT TO OUR GENERAL PLAN >> THE ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ELEMENT? >> THE ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ELEMENT SO BY THE TIME THIS, IF IT WERE TO MOVE FORWARD, BY THE TIME IT WOULD BE BACK BEFORE THIS BOARD OR PLANNING COMMISSION FOR ANY SUBSEQUENT APPROVALS, AND DETERMINATIONS ESPECIALLY CONSISTENCY WITH THE GENERAL PLAN, IT WAS THE SUBJECT NOT ONLY TO THE GENERAL PLAN TODAY, WENT TO THE GENERAL PLAN OF TOMORROW CORRECT? THAT IS CORRECT >> OKAY >> THANK YOU >> SO THIS IS THE FOUR POINTS OF 119 ESSENTIALLY THE PROJECT MUST INCLUDE A PARALLEL PROCESS TO EXPAND THE URBAN POLICY AREA AS WELL AS PREPARATION OF A MASTER PLAN THE PROJECT IS PROPOSING TO DO THAT THAT AUTOMATICALLY JUSTIFICATION STATEMENT AND AN OUTREACH PLAN WE HAVE THOSE IN THERE AND YOUR MATERIALS HERE I WANT TO REITERATE THE POINT ABOUT ENHANCING THE OUTREACH PLAN TO INCLUDE A DIVERSITY OF STAKEHOLDERS AND TO MAKE SURE THAT THE PROCESS IS TRANSPARENT TO EVERYONE PROXIMITY TO EXISTING URBAN AREAS STAFF BELIEVES THIS CAN BE MET BY THE ADJACENCY TO THE CITY OF SACRAMENTO TO THE NORTH AND EAST SIDE AND THE SOUTH SIDE AND THEN FINALLY THE LOGICAL COMPREHENSIVE COHESIVE PLANNING BOUNDARIES. AGAIN, WE BELIEVE THIS CRITERIA CAN BE MET WITH THE QUALIFICATION HERE THAT WE DO WANT TO RETURN TO THE BOARD AS FURTHER TECHNICAL DETAILS EMERGE TO BETTER DEFINE WHAT THAT BOUNDARY IS ON THE WESTERN EDGE, I WILL CALL IT SO FINALLY, OUR RECOMMENDATION IS TO INITIATE THE SPECIFIC PLAN PROCESS IT IS CLEAR AS WE WENT THROUGH THE GENERAL PLAN POLICIES RELATED TO NEW GROWTH AREAS THAT THIS IS THE LOGICAL STEP IT IS CLEARLY NOT A GUARANTEE OF ANY FUTURE OUTCOME. FROM STAFF PERSPECTIVE IT IS A VERY RISKY PROPOSITION GIVEN THE HARDER HURDLES INCLUDED NOT JUST IN GENERAL PLAN POLICY, BUT ALL THE TECHNICAL DETAILS THAT NEED TO BE ADDRESSED AS THE PROJECT GOES THROUGH THE PROCESS >> I WILL LET TODD COMPLETE HIS THOUGHT THIS IS THE LAST LINE >> THAT WAS IT THIS IS JUST A REPEAT OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS YOU’VE HEARD THAT BEFORE >> SO A NICE DAY? INTO THE CONCEPT OF RISK-TAKING TODD, AGAIN, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE IN THE AUDIENCE, CAN YOU BRIEFLY SITE OR SPEAK TO THE FACT THAT THERE IS A HISTORY IN THIS COUNTY OF VERY VERY EXPENSIVE EFFORTS, VERY TIME- CONSUMING EFFORTS, NOT JUST AS IT RELATES TO NATOMAS, BUT OTHER PARTS OF THE COUNTY, TO START, TO INITIATE THESE PROCESSES, TO CHANGE THE LAND USE, TO COMMIT YOURSELF TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, TO HIRE AN ARMY OF A FULL CONSULTANTS AND ATTORNEYS AGAIN, VERY EXPENSIVE SOMETIMES MEASURED NOT IN MONTHS BUT MORE LIKELY YEARS >> YES >> AND THEY FALL FLAT THEY COME TO AN ABRUPT END FOR ONE REASON OR ANOTHER THERE IS LITIGATION, NEIGHBORHOOD OPPOSITION, THERE IS DETERMINATION OF INCONSISTENCY WITH KEY COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DOCUMENTS THAT THE COUNTY HAS ON THE BOOKS THERE IS A WHOLE DIFFERENT ARRAY OF PITFALLS HERE THAT CAN UNDERMINE THESE TYPES OF EFFORTS CAN YOU SPEAK TO THAT? NOT JUST IN THE CONTEXT OF NATOMAS, BUT THE ENTIRE COUNTY? >> I WILL START WITH THIS PROJECT, THE FUNDING AGREEMENT WITH AN ESTIMATED BUDGET OF OVER $2 MILLION THAT IS ROUGHLY THREE OR FOUR

YEARS WORTH OF WORK AND THAT IS NOT BASED ON ANY ASSUMPTION A MEETING CERTAIN MILESTONES AT A CERTAIN POINT IT IS JUST STAFF TIME, TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROCESS IT IS NUMBER OF YEARS THAT WE HAVE OTHER EXAMPLES IN OTHER PARTS OF THE COUNTY I WILL GO TO JACKSON HIGHWAY WE HAVE GOT FOUR MASTER PLANS IN THE PROCESS THE FIRST ONE WAS INITIATED EARLY 2012, SO SHORTLY AFTER THE GENERAL PLAN WAS ADOPTED TO ALLOW THIS PROCESS FOR MASTER PLANS TO COME IN THE WAY THEY ARE THAT PROJECT IS NOT COME TO HEARING BEFORE YOUR BOARD YET WE PUBLISH A DRAFT EIR IN JULY OF LAST YEAR SO FOR 2012 TO 2018 WE HAVE BEEN WORKING FOR ALL THE TECHNICAL ISSUES ON ONE OF THOSE PROJECTS THE OTHER ONES, FOR EXAMPLE, THAT PROJECT STARTED IN 2013 THERE WERE SIGNIFICANT OPPOSITION AT THAT TIME IN TERMS OF THE LAND-USE PLAN THE APPLICANT HAD TO GO BACK AT THEIR EXPENSE AND STAFF EXPENSE TOO TO REVISE THE PROJECT MULTIPLE YEARS INTO THE PROCESS TO REVISE IT, REDO THEIR TECHNICAL STUDIES, WE HAVE NOT BROUGHT THAT PROJECT FORWARD TO HEARING YET THOSE ARE TWO EXAMPLES MULTIPLE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN THE SAME IS TRUE OF THE OTHERS ALONG JACKSON CORNER SOME HAVE BEEN ADDED SINCE 2008 AND IN THAT CASE ONE OF THEM IT’S BEEN OVER A DECADE >> ONE OF THE THINGS THAT HASN’T BEEN MENTIONED EITHER IN THE PRESENTATION OR BY ME, IS IN ADDITION TO ALL THOSE DEDICATED CENTERS ASSOCIATED WITH AN INITIATIVE LIKE THIS, THERE’S ALSO THE CARRY COST IN OTHER WORDS, THE COST OF OPTIONING ACREAGE SO YOU HAVE ACREAGE THAT REMAINS AS IS FOR YEARS OR DECADES MEANWHILE, YOU’RE PAYING OPTION PAYMENTS IT IS REALLY A BET THAT YOU ARE GOING TO REQUIRE AT SOME POINT THE APPROVALS NECESSARY TO CHANGING LAND USE, AND IF THE LAND-USE, IF THAT DOESN’T MATERIALIZE FOR WHATEVER REASON, THAT IS A COST, MONEY OUT THE DOOR >> WRITE AND WHEN I DIDN’T RESPOND TO YOUR QUESTION WAS, I WAS MENTIONING COUNTY CAUSE THERE ARE SIGNIFICANT CONSULTING COSTS INVOLVED IN THIS FOR EXAMPLE AL THE TECHNICAL INFRASTRUCTURE STUDIES, SEWER, WATER, DRAINAGE, FLOOD CONTROL, TRAFFIC AIR QUALITY, GREENHOUSE GASES, NOISE AIRPORT COMPATIBILITY BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES TO NAME A FEW THOSE ARE NOT INEXPENSIVE EFFORTS >> ONE LAST COMMENT ON THE SUBJECT OF EXPENSE I JUST WANT TO BE CLEAR THAT THE PROJECT PROPONENT UNDERSTANDS THAT THE RECOMMENDATION BY STAFF IS THAT THIS CAN AND SHOULD MOVE FORWARD KNOWING WHAT WE KNOW TODAY IS THE FIRST OF MANY MANY MANY STEPS THAT WOULD HAVE TO TAKE PLACE, AND THERE WOULD HAVE TO BE A DETERMINATION THAT IN THOSE FUTURE STEPS TO CONTINUE TO MOVE FORWARD, BUT BY NO MEANS DOES ANY OF THIS COME AT SOME NET COUNTY COST IN OTHER WORDS, THE PROJECT OPPONENT IS PAYING FOR ANY AND ALL STAFF TIME THERE IS NOT ONE RED CENT THAT COMES AT THE EXPENSE OF THE TAXPAYER OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNERS INVOLVED WITH THE INITIATIVE THAT OWN PROPERTY OUT THERE. IT AGAIN, IT IS THAT THE COMPLETE TOTAL RISK OF THOSE PROJECT PROPONENTS, NOT THE TAXPAYER, NOT A GENERAL FUND CORRECT? THAT IS CORRECT THE CONSTRUCT OF THE GENERAL PLAN WHEN IT COMES TO THESE TYPES OF PROJECTS, THE LARGE MASTER PLANS FOR NEW GROWTH AREAS, WE HAVE A REQUIREMENT IN THE GENERAL PLAN THAT IT BE AT NO EXPENSE OR NEGATIVE FINANCIAL IMPACT TO EXISTING RATEPAYERS OR TAXPAYERS FOR THAT MATTER FURTHERMORE, I WANT TO POINT OUT THE SENTENCE IN THE BOARD LETTER THE INITIATION WILL PROVIDE FOR THE TECHNICAL STUDY ON SOME OF THESE ISSUES, AND PROVIDE FOR THE PROCESS TO DETERMINE FEASIBILITY IT IS NOT BY ANY STRETCH A GUARANTEE OF ANY CERTAIN OUTCOME >> GREAT THANK YOU >> SO THAT IS THE END OF MY PRESENTATION ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS AT THIS POINT? I WOULD BE HAPPY TO ANSWER THEM BUT I WANT TO REMIND FOLKS THAT THE APPLICANT DID HAVE A SHORT PRESENTATION AS WELL >> MR. NOTTOLI >> QUESTION FOR YOU TODD

I THINK THERE IS ONE IMPORTANT DISTINCTION, IF I AM CORRECT, TO THIS VERSUS THE JACKSON HIGHWAY DOES REQUIRE OBVIOUSLY SPECIFIC PLANS AND URBAN POLICY AREAS EXPANSIONS, BUT DOES IS NOT ALSO REQUIRE THE MOVEMENT OF THE URBAN SERVICES BOUNDARY? DOES BOTH URBAN SERVICES BOUNDARY AND URBAN POLICY AREA ARE PROPOSED TO BE AMENDED WITH THE BUDGET SO A HIGHER BAR >> THE HIGHEST BAR BECAUSE THAT REQUIRES CERTAIN EXTRAORDINARY FINDINGS BY A BOARD >> CORRECT >> AND THAT IS STOOD UP FOR SOME 25 YEARS >> I WAS JUST GOING TO SAY YOU ARE EXACTLY RIGHT LE 127 HAS SIX CRITERIA THAT A PROJECT MUST MEET IN ORDER TO EXPAND THE URBAN SERVICES BOUNDARY IF IT CANNOT MEET ANY ONE OF THOSE SIX CRITERIA, THE PROJECT REQUIRES A FOURTH FIFTHS TO VOTE OF THE BOARD >> THINKING >> WE WILL HEAR FROM THE PROJECT PROPONENT >> THOMAS LAW GROUP ON BEHALF OF BOB THOMAS, NO RELATION, AND IT IS SPENDING LANDOWNERS FOR THE UPPER WEST SIDE PROJECT AS WE GET STARTED AT THE LC, AND I WILL REPEAT SEVERAL TIMES, WE FULLY APPRECIATE AND ARE UNDER NO ILLUSION AS TO THE SCOPE AND MAGNITUDE OF THIS EFFORT AND THE RISKS INVOLVED WITH GOING DOWN THIS PATH IN DETERMINING FEASIBILITY OF PURSUING A PROJECT HERE BEFORE I DIVE INTO THIS, IS CERTAINLY WANT TO MAKE A FEW INTRODUCTIONS WE HAVE OUR PROJECT TEAM AS WELL AS REPRESENTATIVES OF THE LAND OWNER GROUPS THEY ARE A FAMILY, CORNELIS THE FAMILY THESE ARE FAMILIES WITH LONG TIES IN A DEEP RICH HISTORY IN THE NATOMAS BASIN ALSO WITH ME IS BOB THOMAS, THE PROJECT MANAGER, STACY McKINLEY FROM THE McKINLEY GROUP, STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS AS WELL AS WHAT ROGERS, PRINCIPAL PLANNER ON THIS PROJECT TO YOU WILL HEAR FROM IN A MOMENT I ALSO SAW REPRESENTATIVES OF THE RAYMOND FAMILY AND OTHER LANDOWNERS AND REPRESENTATIVES WHO HAVE BEEN VERY SUPPORTIVE OF OUR EFFORTS TODAY I THINK IN TERMS OF THE BACKGROUND PROVIDED IN THE STAFF REPORT, I WON’T GO INTO THAT OBVIOUSLY THERE IS A LONG AND EXTENSIVE HISTORY THIS SLIDE REALLY HERE PROVIDE SOME PERSPECTIVE IN TERMS OF OUR LOCATION WITH REGARDS TO OTHER PROJECT AREAS IN THIS PART OF THE REGION OUR PROJECT IS IDEALLY SITUATED WITHIN 3 1/2 AT OUR CLOSEST.TO FIVE MILES FROM DOWNTOWN MEASURE TO THE CAPITOL BUILDING REALLY THE UPPER WEST SIDE PROJECT IS INTENDED, AND YOU WILL HEAR SOME DETAILS IN A MOMENT, BUT IT REALLY IS INTENDED TO BE AN ASPIRATIONAL PROJECT HAS AN EYE TO THE FUTURE AND IS REFLECTIVE OF WHAT WE WANT TO BE OF THE REGION WHEN IT COMES TO MASTER- PLANNED DEVELOPMENT THAT MEANS A PLAN IS MORE DENSE CURRENTLY BEING IN THE MIDST OF A MOBILITY REVOLUTION, IT FOCUSES ON A MISSION FROM NEW DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INNOVATIVE PLANNING AND INTELLIGENT DESIGN INTENDED TO PROVIDE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL INCOME LEVELS IN A DIVERSE, DENSE, A STONES THROW FROM DOWNTOWN AND HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF EXISTING JOBS OUR PLAN THINGS BIG AND PLANS BOLDLY WHILE WE ARE EXTREMELY EARLY IN THE PROCESS, OUR TEAM HAS BROUGHT BIG IDEAS TO THE TABLE, AND WE HAVE AIMED BIG WITH THIS CONCEPTUAL PLAN WITH THE HELP OF 10 DENMAN AND THE TALENTED FOLKS THAT WOULD ROGERS, NOT ONLY ARMORY ON A TRAJECTORY TO MEET THE COUNTY THRESHOLD FOR EVALUATING POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT IN NATOMAS, BUT FAR EXCEED THEM SO WITH THAT, I’M GOING TO TURN IT OVER QUICKLY TO TIM TO TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THE PROJECT DETAILS AND I WILL COME BACK AND MAKE SOME CLOSING REMARKS >> SUPERVISOR SERNA “CAN YOU GO AROUND THE HORN THERE AND JUST KNOW WHICH OF THESE PROJECT AREAS ARE ADJACENT OR IN FACT FIT LIKE PUZZLE PIECES DO INCORPORATE AREAS, CITIES? >> REALLY I THINK THE ONLY PROPERTY THAT IS LIKE A PUZZLE PIECE AS YOU SAY SUPERVISOR IS CERTAINLY THE PANHANDLE AND CERTAINLY OUR PROJECT. MOST OF THE PLAN AREAS YOU SEE HERE ARE PREDOMINANTLY SURROUNDED BY UNINCORPORATED DEVELOPMENT INTO

OBVIOUSLY GET INTO THE SOUTH PLASTER VILLE AREA >> SYSTEM WOULD JUST BE SITTING BY THEMSELVES IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA, NOT EVEN ADJACENT ON ONE EDGE TO A CITY AND IN DIFFERENT COUNTIES BECAUSE EARLY THE CENTERPOINT PROJECT HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR MANY MANY YEARS ONE OF THE UNIQUE ADVANTAGES THIS PROJECT PRESENTS IS REALLY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE AS OPPOSED TO A PROJECT LIKE CENTERPOINT WHICH HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR MANY YEARS IT IS NOT NEAR ANY EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE TO REALIZE ANY SORT OF DEVELOPMENT IN THE IMMEDIATE TERM >> THINKING >> THANK YOU >> THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO TALK TO YOU TODAY ABOUT OUR PROJECT NEXT SLIDE THERE WE GO THIS IS THE LAST MAJOR MASTER- PLANNED AREA WITHIN FIVE MILES OF DOWNTOW SACRAMENTO IMAGES 2000 ACRES A BIT OVER WE FEEL WE MEET ALL CRITERIA FOR PROJECT INITIATION UNDER ELLIE WHEN ID WE PICKED UP A COMPREHENSIVE BOUNDARY TO ALLOW FULL DISCUSSION WE PROVIDED OUR JUSTIFICATION STATEMENT WE STARTED OUR OUTREACH PROGRAM AND YES WE WILL BE PROCESSING CONCURRENTLY WE ARE SURROUNDED TO THE NORTHEAST, EAST AND SOUTHEAST BY THE CITY OF SACRAMENTO, 64% OF OUR PLAN AREA BOUNDARY EXTENDED WEST TO GARDEN HIGHWAY, BUT WE DID NOT GO WEST OF GARDEN HIGHWAY BECAUSE OF THAT AREA WEST OF GARDEN HIGHWAY IS MOSTLY DEVELOPED WITH HOMES THAT SIT ON ONE ACRE TO HAVE A HOME SITES ADJACENT TO THE SACRAMENTO RIVER WE STARTED WITH A CONCEPTUAL BUBBLE PLAN TO CLARIFY EARLIER COMMENTS THERE IS 531 ACRES ON THE WEST SIDE OF THIS PLAN AS PRESERVED AS AN OPEN SPACE AG BUFFER CONSISTENT WITH THE PREVIOUS NATOMAS VISION PLANS WE’VE EXTENDED THE WEST EL CAMINO ROADWAY AS AN URBAN WITHIN THIS PROJECT WE HAVE TALKED WITH THE SCHOOL DISTRICTS ABOUT AN EDUCATIONAL NODE THERE’S A TWO-MILE GREEN BELT THAT EXTENDS INTERIOR TO THE PROJECT NORTH AND SOUTH AS WELL AS EAST AND WEST, THE DOOR CLEAN AREA YOU SAY AND THEN THERE IS A ONE-MILE WEST SIDE CANALS WE ARE CALLING IT A LITTLE HARD TO SEE ON THIS MAP, BUT IT CUTS DIAGONALLY OR PERPENDICULARLY ACROSS THE MAIN STREET SO FROM THERE WE PROGRESSED TO A PRELIMINARY PLAN THIS WILL EVOLVE OVER TIME AND TO GET INPUT IN THIS PROCESS AMONG THE STAKEHOLDERS WE STARTED WITH A PLAN THAT EXCEEDS THE DESIGN CRITERIA, DENSITY OF 10 UNITS PER ACRE WE THOUGHT WE WOULD START THERE WE WANTED TO AIM HIGH WILL INCLUDE A VERY DIVERSE MIX OF HOUSING WITHIN THIS PROJECT WE HAVE CONCEPTS IN MIND WE WANT TO KEEP THOSE IN MIND AS WE MOVE FORWARD THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL A PROJECT THAT QUITE HONESTLY YOU DON’T GET TO WORK ON PROJECT LIKE THIS EVERY DAY WHEN YOU ARE IN YOUR CAREER SO THIS IS KIND OF EXCITING FOR ME TO WORK ON WE WILL INCLUDE AN URBAN TOWN CENTER WE ARE GOING TO EMBRACE DENSITY THIS WILL HELP US MEET DESIGN CRITERIA THREE, WHICH WITH VERTICALLY INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT WITH A FIVE STORY RESIDENTIAL OR OFFICE ABOVE COMMERCIAL, WILL BE DIFFERENT KIND OF TOWN CENTER THEN MAYBE YOU’VE SEEN IT AS A PROJECT AND WE HAVE SAN JOSE AND SANTANA ROW AS A GOOD EXAMPLE OF THAT >> JUST TO GET A MENTAL IMAGE OF THIS AND ITS INTENSITY AND DENSITY, WOULD THIS BE A MORE INTENSE AND DENSE ARCHETYPE COMPARED TO FOR INSTANCE THE EL DORADO HILLS TOWN CENTER? YES IT WOULD BE PERFECT OKAY >> EL DORADO HILLS IS ABOUT TO STORY THIS WILL BE TWICE THAT >> OKAY >> WE INCLUDED IN THE PROJECT THE WEST SIDE CANAL THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD BE A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE WATERFRONT AGAIN, WE LOOKED AT EXAMPLES IN OTHER COMMUNITIES THE PHOTO IS THE SAN ANTONIO RIVER WALK THE BOTTOM PHOTO, WHICH WE THINK WE ARE CLOSER TO WHAT YOU’RE TRYING TO MODEL AFTER, IS THE BRICKTOWN CANAL IN OKLAHOMA CITY A GREAT RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITY WOULD ALLOWED A LOT OF INTERFACE WITH THAT CANAL WE HAVE TALKED WITH THE NATOMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT AND LOS RIOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT THEY OWN SIGNIFICANT PROPERTIES

ON THE NORTH END OF THE PLAN LOS RIOS HAS EXPRESSED AN INTEREST IN A VOCATIONAL CAMPUS AT THE NORTH END OF THE PLAN IS AN A FOR THIS COMMUNITY AND PROVIDING A HANDS-ON LOCATIONAL VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTER FOR STUDENTS WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT WHERE WE ARE GOING IN THE NEXT 10 OR 20 YEARS WITH DRIVERLESS TECHNOLOGY AND ROBOTICS AND ROADS, WE ARE PERHAPS MISSING THAT IS AN ASPECT OF THE CURRICULUM AND WE NEED TO OFFER THAT TYPE OF EDUCATION TO OUR STUDENTS WE HAVE A GREEN BELT AND URBAN FARM INTERIOR TO THE PROJECT THE THINKING THERE IS TO PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESIDENTS PARTICULARLY IN THE HIGH DENSITY AREA TO GROW THEIR OWN FOOD THERE COULD BE EITHER INDIVIDUAL GARDEN PLOTS IT COULD BE ORGANIZED THROUGH A LARGER CO-OP, BUT IT IS A DIFFERENT KIND OF RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITY THAT WE THINK THE FUTURE RESIDENTS WILL USE AND ENJOY THE JOBS HOUSING BALANCE THIS SITE IS VERY WELL LOCATED ALREADY WITHIN 200,000 JOBS WITHIN FIVE MILES, WHICH EXCEEDS CRITERIA FIVE OF THE COUNTY PLAN BY A FACTOR OF TWO SO THIS TYPE OF COMPACT DEVELOPMENT PATTERN WILL HELP MEET THE GOALS OF THE REGION FOR REDUCING VEHICLE MILES TRAVELED AND GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM NEW DEVELOPMENT >> HOW ARE WE TO INTERPRET METRO AIRPORT THERE? >> — WE KNOW THAT THAT IS GOING TO HAVE, THEY ARE GOING TO BE 1000 JOBS TO BUILD ON >> THIS IS DATA ABOUT A YEAR OLD IT DIDN’T QUITE HAVE THE AMAZON FACILITY THERE BUT THERE ARE JOBS THERE AS WELL >> YEAH, AND I’M JUST NOTING THE FACT THAT IT IS EXPECTED TO HAVE CLOSE TO 40,000, NOT JUST THE AMAZON, BUT 40,000 ONCE IT IS BUILT ON >> SO THIS IS A PROJECT THAT WOULD SUPPORT WHAT IS HAPPENING CLOSE BY TRANSPORTATION MOBILITY, TRAVEL MODES ARE CHANGING MAYBE NOT AS RAPIDLY AS SOME OF US WITH HOPE, BUT WE ARE SEEING AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES AND SHARED OWNERSHIP OF CARS WHICH WILL REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF CAR OWNERSHIP AND I THINK REDUCE PARKING, WHICH IN TURN WILL ALLOW PROJECTS TO BE A LITTLE DENSER AS WE GO FORWARD IN THE NEXT 10 OR 20 YEARS MICRO TRANSIT APPS LIKE UBER AND LYFT AND JUMP BIKES WILL BECOME MORE PERVASIVE AS WE MOVE FORWARD WE WANT TO HAVE STANDARDS THAT ENCOURAGE HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES THAT IS CONTINUING TO GAIN MARKET SHARE AND LASTLY, CONVENIENT TRANSIT TO ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO USE THOSE FACILITIES SUSTAINABILITY REALLY ASKING THE QUESTION, HOW DO WE REDUCE OUR FOOTPRINT ACROSS ALL ASPECTS OF A MASTER- PLANNED COMMUNITY SO YES WE HAVE TO MITIGATE OUR IMPACTS, BUT WE ALSO HAVE TO LOOK AT STORM WATER RUNOFF AND CAPTURING THAT AND PRETREATING IT URBAN FARMING AND LOCAL FOOD CHOICES, REDUCING MILES TRAVELED TO DELIVER THAT WE ARE GOING TO PURSUE A GOAL OF A NET ZERO ELECTRIC COMMUNITY , THAT HAS BEEN DONE BEFORE WITH A 1500 ACRE PROJECT, BUT IT IS A GOAL AND AGAIN COME OVER GOING TO SPORT HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES LASTLY, AND JASON INFRASTRUCTURE, IT’S REALLY ONE OF THE KEY ASPECTS OF SMART GROWTH VERY CLOSE TO A LOT OF EXTENSIVE INVESTMENT AND FREEWAY IMPROVEMENTS THE AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS, THE DOWNTOWN, THE LEVY, SO BEING CLOSE TO THOSE TYPES OF IMPROVEMENTS HELPS US ADVANCE, IF IT DOES ADVANCE AND WE ARE GOING TO SUPPORT AND CONTRIBUTE TO THOSE IMPROVEMENTS AND I JUST TOOK A COUPLE EXAMPLES FROM THE APPLICATION BOOKLET PROVIDED DESIGN CRITERIA TWO IS OUT OF PROXIMITY ANALYSIS IF WE CAN PUT THINGS CLOSER, YOU ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO WALK OR BIKE VERSUS DRIVING TO EXTRAPOLATE A LITTLE BIT FROM THAT AND LOOKED AT THE COUNTY GOAL OR THE TARGET OF 80% OF THE UNIT SHOULD BE WITHIN ONE MILE OF THE PARK THIS PLAN AS STRONG NOW HAS 97% OF THE UNITS WITHIN A QUARTER- MILE SO THAT IS HOW YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK AND RIDE THEIR BIKE WE LOOKED AT THE DESIGN CRITERIA FOR TRANSIT AND WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH SACRAMENTO STATE WITH THE NEW BUS AND THEIR SHUTTLING FOLKS AROUND WITH THE AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE THERE THIS COULD HAPPEN WITHIN THIS PLAN AREA WHEN IT GOES FORWARD A SIMPLE LOOP SYSTEM CAN PROVIDE ACCESS TO THE FUTURE RESIDENTS WE TOOK THAT MEASURE FROM A HALF-MILE TO A QUARTER-MILE AND AGAIN, 84% OF THE PROPOSED

UNITS ARE WITHIN THAT QUARTER- MILE OF THE TRANSIT STOP I WILL TURN IT OVER TO NICK AND WAS THERE ANY QUESTIONS >> I JUST WANT TO MAKE SOME COMMENTS TO WRAP UP AGAIN, JUST TO REITERATE SOME OF THE POINTS MADE THIS IS THE FIRST STEP TODAY OF 1000 MILE JOURNEY A PROCESS THAT WILL AFFECT THE MEASURED IN YEARS AND DEFINITELY NOT MONTHS AND ONE THAT WILL REQUIRE SIGNIFICANT BATTLE COLLECTION, VALUATION ANALYSIS, ROBUST OUTREACH AND COMMUNITY INPUT THE LANDOWNER GROUP IS WELL AWARE OF THIS ENDEAVOR AND NEVERTHELESS IN TERMS OF BRIEF POINTS ON COMMUNITY OUTREACH, WE HAVE ENGAGED IN WILL CONTINUE TO ENGAGE THE COMMUNITY AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS AS WE PROCEED THROUGH THE PROCESS TO DATE WE HAVE COMMUNICATED IN WRITING TO HUNDRED PERCENT OF THE PLAN AREA OWNERS AND HAVE MET AND TALKED WITH VIRTUALLY ALL OF THE LARGEST PROPERTY OWNERS AND ARE PLEASED TO SAY THAT TO DATE WE HAVE RECEIVED LETTERS OF SUPPORT FROM ABOUT 70% OF THE LAND AREA THAT COMPRISE OUR PROJECT WE HAVE REACHED OUT TO TWO DOZEN STAKEHOLDER GROUPS TO OBTAIN PRELIMINARY FEEDBACK ON OUR INITIAL PLANNING CONCEPT BUT CERTAINLY, THERE IS A MUCH, MUCH MORE TO COME BUT OVERALL EARLY STAKEHOLDER FEEDBACK HAS GENERALLY BEEN POSITIVE, ESPECIALLY WITH REGARDS TO THE INNOVATIVE DESIGN, DENSITY NEAR THE TOWN CENTER AND OTHER COMMUNITY AMENITIES WE UNDERSTAND THAT WE NEED TO FOCUS ON HABITAT AND SPECIES ISSUES AS WELL TRAFFIC RELATED CHALLENGES, ESPECIALLY ON WEST EL CAMINO AND I-80 TO MENTION A FEW ISSUES WE WILL CONTINUE TO WORK CLOSELY WITH COUNTY STAFF AND DEDICATE SIGNIFICANT RESOURCES TO AN EXTENSIVE AND ROBUST PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT EFFORT TO IS YOU WANT TO MAKE SPECIFIC COMMENTS ON THE CONSERVATION STRATEGY WE ARE UNDER NO ILLUSION THIS IS THE BIGGEST ISSUE WE FACE FOR ANY DEVELOPMENT OUT IN THE NATOMAS BASIN GIVEN THE COMPLEXITIES OF HABITAT AND SPECIES ISSUES IT GOES WITHOUT SAYING THAT OUR GUIDING PRINTABLE IS TO NEITHER IMPEDE OR NEGATIVELY IMPACT THE EXISTING HCP IN THE BASIN THEIR GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OUR INTENT IS TO BUILD ON THE SUCCESSES OF THE NATOMAS BASIN CONSERVANCY AND OTHERS TO MITIGATE FOR IMPACTS TO SPECIES AND HABITAT AGAIN, OUR COMMITMENT TO STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IS DEEP WE INTEND TO ENGAGE THE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNITY EARLY WITH THE HOPE OF COLLABORATIVE APPROACHES TO LEAST IMPACT SPECIES AND WHEN THOSE IMPACTS ARE UNAVOIDABLE, TO COLLABORATE ON THE BEST AVAILABLE OPTIONS FOR MITIGATION AND CONSERVATION AS YOU CAN SEE FROM THIS LIST AND WAS STAFF PROVIDED IN THEIR PRESENTATION, WE HAVE A LOT TO DO, BUT CERTAINLY THIS IS THE RIGHT LOCATION AT THE RIGHT TIME I DO WANT TO LEAVE YOU WITH JUST ONE SLIDE ON THE OVERHEAD IF I MAY THE POINT OF THE SLIDE IS REALLY TO UNDERSCORE THE FACT THAT WE ARE ABOUT 3 1/2 MILES FROM THE CAPITOL BUILDING MEASURED FROM ONE OF THE CLOSER.OF OUR PROJECT, AND MEASURING IN SIMILAR FASHION EXISTING NEIGHBORHOODS THROUGHOUT THE IMMEDIATE PART OF THE REGION SO THANK YOU AND HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS >> ANY QUESTIONS AT THIS TIME WE DO HAVE CARDS FROM THE PUBLIC WILL GO TO PUBLIC COMMENT JAZZ MEAN >> YOU HAVE TO COME TO THE MICROPHONE WE HAVE TO CATCH IT FOR THE RECORD >> I LIVE WITHIN THE AREA THAT WAS SHOWN THE CONCEPTUAL LAND USE PLAN I DO NOT SUPPORT THE PLAN AS I UNDERSTAND IT TO BE AT THE CURRENT TIME ONE THING THAT I AM VERY CONCERNED ABOUT IS THE FUNDING AGREEMENT I WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO SOMETHING THAT SUPERVISOR SERNA BROUGHT UP, THE FACT THAT NONE OF THE MONEY THAT IS GOING TO GO FOR PLANNING, NOT ONE RED CENT WOULD BE COMING FROM THE COUNTY, AND WHILE I APPRECIATE THAT, FISCALLY CONSERVATIVE VIEW, I AM CONCERNED THAT THERE MAY BE EITHER A CONFLICT OF INTEREST IF WE HAVE THE OWNERS GROUP OR ANY OTHER GROUP INTERESTED IN INVESTING CREATING INVESTMENTS THERE, NOT ONLY THAT, BUT I ALSO AM CONCERNED ABOUT THE APPEARANCE OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST, YOU KNOW, WHEN YOU HAVE A SITUATION WHERE THE PEOPLE WHO ARE PAYING FOR THE PROJECT, THE PEOPLE WHO ARE PAYING THE SALARIES ACTUALLY, THE PEOPLE DOING THE WORK, IT JUST SEEMS TO CLOSE

AND I FEEL OFTEN THAT WE WORK FOR THE PEOPLE WHO PAY US, YOU KNOW, AND I FEEL THAT SACRAMENTO COUNTY PERHAPS MAY BE BEST SERVED WHEN THEY ARE USING TAX DOLLARS, ALTHOUGH I PROBABLY WILL NEVER SEE THAT AGAIN IN MY LIFE I AM VERY CONCERNED ABOUT AUTHORIZING THE PLANNING DIRECTORY TO SIGN THE FUNDING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO AND THE OWNERS GROUP I RECEIVED A LETTER AT THE END OF OCTOBER, A CERTIFIED LETTER IN THE MAIL DESCRIBING THIS PLANT PROJECT, AND SOMETHING I NOTICED RIGHT AWAY WAS THE FACT THE TOWN GAVE SACRAMENTO LOCAL WAS ON THE LETTER IN THAT TROUBLED ME I IMMEDIATELY CONTACTED THE COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO TO ASK EXACTLY WHAT PART THEY WERE PLAYING IN THIS DEVELOPMENT >> YOUR TIME IS ABOUT UP >> MY POINT IS THAT, WHILE I TRIED TO FIND OUT EXACTLY WHAT THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE COUNTY WAS TO THIS PROJECT, IT WAS VERY DIFFICULT SO I WOULD LIKE TO ASK YOU PLEASE NOT TO AUTHORIZE THE PLANNING AGREEMENT AS IT STANDS THINKING >> SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI >> I JUST WANTED TO FOLLOW ON YOUR POINT WHEN YOU GOT THE LETTER AND YOU FOLLOWED UP, >> I WAS ASKED TO SEND A COPY, TO SCAN THE LETTER AND SEND IT TO SACRAMENTO COUNTY WHICH I DID I DID NOT HEAR BACK I SENT IT BY EMAIL I FOLLOWED UP MAY BE MORE THAN 20 TIMES WITH PHONE CALLS AND ONCE AN ACTUAL VISIT AND FINALLY DURING MY ACTUAL VISIT I WAS ADVISED TO CONTACT THE BOB THOMAS GROUP I DIDN’T FEEL COMFORTABLE DOING THAT BECAUSE I FELT LIKE THIS MIGHT GIVE THE IMPRESSION THAT I WAS SOMEHOW INTERESTED IN IT OR AGREED WITH IT, AND I DIDN’T WANT MY THOUGHTS TO BE MISCONSTRUED SO THEN I WENT FOR EXAMPLE TO THE NATOMAS COMMUNITY PLANNING ADVISORY COUNCIL WHERE I THOUGHT MAYBE I COULD GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THAT, AND I NOTICED THAT THE CHAIRMAN OF THAT COUNSEL IS THE CONSULTANT FOR THE THOMAS LAW GROUP THAT WE HAD THE PLEASURE OF HEARING TODAY SO YOU KNOW, I JUST FEEL LIKE MAYBE THIS IS JUST A VERY CLOSE TO ME STANDING FROM THE OUTSIDE, AS JUST A PERSON WHO IS A LANDOWNER IN AN AREA THAT DOESN’T SHOW MY PIECE OF PROPERTY AT ALL >> THANKS FOR THE EXPLANATION I THINK TODD, AS WE GET TO THE CONCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC COMMENTS, SOME REITERATION OF THE PROCESS BECAUSE YOU TALK ABOUT THE WHOLE OUTREACH EFFORT AND SO FORTH AND WHATEVER EFFORT HAS BEEN DONE THUS FAR, WHETHER IT IS JENNIFER OR ANYBODY ELSE, CAN HAVE ASSURANCES, SOLID ASSURANCES THAT WHETHER IT IS YOU OR SOME OTHER PLANNER, ASSUMING WE INITIATE THIS ARE THE POINTS OF CONTACT IS RELEASED TO THE COUNTIES CONSIDERATION AND REVIEW OF THOSE PHRASES ANYTHING THAT MAY BE ADVOCATED BY THE LANDOWNERS GROUP AND/OR THEIR REPRESENTATIVES BECAUSE I THINK THAT INTEGRITY AND THAT PROCESS IS SO VERY, VERY IMPORTANT THAT THIS PROCESS WE ARE USING IS NOT ONE THAT WE HAVEN’T UTILIZED FOR THE BETTER PART OF TWO DECADES IN THIS COUNTY, BUT IT IS WHAT I THINK NEEDS TO HAVE THOSE FIREWALLS THAT YOU DESCRIBED, AT LEAST FROM YOUR CONCERNS, MAYBE OTHERS WILL HEAR PARKING TICKET IS REALLY IMPORTANT FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE GET GO, WE CAN’T WORRY ABOUT THAT COMMUNICATION, BUT GOING FORWARD, AND I GUESS TODD IS ASKING TO TAKE SOME TIME AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC TESTIMONY TO OUTLINE THAT, TALK ABOUT IT A BIT IN GENERAL TERMS IN THE STAFF REPORT, I THINK THAT IS VERY VERY IMPORTANT FOR JENNIFER AND EVERYBODY ELSE IN THEIR ENGAGEMENT AND WHAT MAY HAPPEN IN THE FUTURE >> IF YOU DON’T MIND, I WOULD LIKE TO POINT OUT A BIT SICK A BASIC ADOPTION OF THE NAME OF THE AREA AS THE NAME OF THE PROJECT WE WENT FROM CALLING THIS AREA THE BOOT TO CALLING IT THE UPPER WEST SIDE PROJECT, WHICH IS ALREADY THE NAME OF THE PROJECT WHY ARE WE CALLING THE AREA BY THE NAME OF THIS PROJECT IF THERE IS AN ALREADY GREAT SYMPATHY FOR JUST LOOKING AT IT OBJECTIVELY FROM THE OUTSIDE >> UNDERSTOOD >> THANK YOU >> THANK YOU APPRECIATE SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI CALLING AT THE REQUEST OF STAFF AT THE END OF PUBLIC TESTIMONY TO ADDRESS SOME OF THESE ISSUES, ESPECIALLY THE ONES ABOUT OUTREACH PROCESS, AND SOME CASES THERE IS A LEGAL REQUIREMENT THAT RESIDENTS BE NOTIFIED FROM A CERTAIN DISTANCE AWAY FROM THE PLANT AREA

SO I WOULD LIKE TODD TO BE THINKING ABOUT EXPLAINING THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN THOSE THINGS AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME TO CHIME IN AND REFERENCE THAT JUST A COUPLE PROCEDURAL THINGS IT WOULD BE VERY HELPFUL FOR ME FOR THOSE THAT ARE GOING TO BE SPEAKING TODAY TO GIVE ME AN IDEA YOU DON’T HAVE TO GIVE ME YOUR ADDRESS, BUT IF YOU CAN LET ME KNOW GENERALLY WHERE YOU LIVE, WHAT SUBDIVISION, THAT LETS ME UNDERSTAND THE GEOGRAPHIC JUXTAPOSITION OF WHERE YOU ARE LIVING COMBINED WITH WHAT YOUR DISTRIBUTION IS REGARDING THE PROPOSAL AND LASTLY, I JUST WANT TO MAKE CLEAR, YOU MAY SEE OR HEAR ME TYPING, I AM NOT IGNORING YOU, I AM NOT DOING WEB SEARCHES, I AM TYPING NOTES FROM YOUR TESTIMONY I JUST WANT TO MAKE THAT ABUNDANTLY CLEAR THINKING THANK YOU >> KAREN WILL BE FOLLOWED BY STANLEY STEWART >> CAN YOU HEAR ME? THANK YOU GOOD AFTERNOON CHAIRMAN KENNEDY AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD I AM KAREN O’HARA I HAVE LIVED IN THE THOMAS SINCE 1979 I AM PART OF A GROUP OF RESIDENTS FROM WESTLAKE WESTSHORE AND SUNDANCE LAKE AREA CONCERNED ABOUT THE SAFETY AND NOISE ISSUES AT THE AIRPORT THIS PROCESS CONTEMPLATES DEVELOPMENT OF WHAT HAS TRADITIONALLY BEEN DESIGNATED AIRPORT STRATEGIC RESERVE IN THE AIRPORT MASTER PLAN IN ADDITION, THIS PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT IS ALSO INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE AIRPORT LAND USE PLAN AND THE COUNTY CURRENT LOW ZONING IN THAT AREA AGRICULTURAL ZONING THE COUNTY WISELY INSTITUTED THESE MEASURES TO ALLOW THE AIRPORT TO OPERATE EFFICIENTLY WHILE STILL PROTECTING ITS RESIDENTS AND MINIMIZING SAFETY AND NOISE ISSUES IT WOULD BE A TRAVESTY TO ALLOW THE GOOD WORK THE COUNTY DID TO MAINTAIN THIS RESERVE AND LOW DENSITY AGRICULTURAL AREAS FOR A NOISE BUFFER AT THE END OF THE YEAR FOR HER TO LET THAT GO DOWN THE DRAIN WILL BE VERY SAD I DISAGREE WITH THE PROPONENTS THAT THIS IS THE RIGHT PROJECT AT THE RIGHT TIME IT IS NOT THE RIGHT PROJECT, AND I HOPE YOU DO NOT INITIATE THE PROCESS TO BEGIN MASTER PLAN HERE >> QUESTIONS? >> THANK YOU STANLEY STEWART >> GOOD AFTERNOON GERMAN KENNEDY AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD I AM STANLEY STEWART I LIVE AT 3077 GORDON HIGHWAY A LITTLE SOUTH OF SAN JUAN ROAD ACROSS THE GREAT FROM THE UPPER WEST SIDE I HAVE TWO ISSUES I WOULD LIKE YOUR BOARD TO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION THROUGHOUT THIS PROCESS THE FIRST ISSUE IS THE PLAN SHOW A STREET CONNECTING THE DEVELOPMENT TO THE GARDEN HIGHWAY ABOUT THREE QUARTERS OF A MILE SOUTH OF SON ONE WORD I BELIEVE THIS WITH THE A HUGE MISTAKE CONSIDERING GARDEN HIGHWAY IS A MISNOMER IT IS ON A LEVY WITH NO SHOULDERS AND IT HAS ALREADY BEEN IMPACTED SEVERELY BY THE METRO AIRPORT AIRPARK DEVELOPMENT EAST OF THE AIRPORT WITH THE AMAZON FULFILLMENT CENTER GOING INTO OPERATION WE HAVE TRAFFIC NOW THAT COMES DOWN POWERLINE ROAD AND INTO TOWN WE HAVE CARS, TRACTOR- TRAILERS BECAUSE OF AN INTERSECTION WITH POWERLINE ROAD AND INTERSTATE 5 ADJACENT TO METRO AIRPARK HAS NOT BEEN INSTALLED SO IF THE UPPER WEST SIDE PROJECT ULTIMATELY GOES THROUGH, PLEASE DO NOT APPROVE ANY STREETS CONNECTING THE GARDEN HIGHWAY FROM THE DEVELOPED AREA INGRESS AND EGRESS ON THE EAST AND SAN JUAN ROAD ON THE NORTH SHOULD BE ADEQUATE THE SECOND ISSUE IS, THE EXISTING STREETS AND ROADS OF EL CENTRO ROAD AND WEST EL CAMINO ARE IN ADEQUATE CURRENTLY IT IS BOTTLENECKED EVERY BRUSH HOURS RUSH HOUR OF THIS PROJECT IS APPROVED WE NEED THREE LANES IN EACH DIRECTION FROM ORCHARD OVER TO WHERE IT ENDS AT EL CENTRO ROAD TO HANDLE ALL THE TRAFFIC IN ADDITION TO ALL THE TRAFFIC, WE HAVE SEMI TRACTOR-TRAILERS BACKING UP ON WEST EL CAMINO TRYING TO GET INTO THE TRUCK STOP BECAUSE THE ECONOMY IS DOING SO WELL, WE HAVE A LOT OF TRACTOR- TRAILERS MOVING GOODS AROUND AND I OBSERVED THIS ALMOST ON A

DAILY BASIS WHEN I TRAVEL THROUGH THERE SO THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION ON THESE TWO ISSUES THROUGHOUT THE PROJECT THAT IS ALL I HAVE >> THANK YOU SIR >> GOOD AFTERNOON CHAIRMAN KENNEDY AND MEMBERS OF THE BAR I AM HERE TO REPRESENT THE NATOMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT THE COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO GOES FORWARD WITH APPROVING THE INITIATION OF THIS MASTER PLAN PROCESS, THE SCHOOL DISTRICT REQUESTS WE CONSIDER EVERY PART OF HOW THIS PLAN WILL PLAN FOR SCHOOLS I DID NOTICE IN THEIR PRELIMINARY PLAN THEY HAVE SOME SCHOOL SITES SHOWN HOWEVER, WE NEED TO DISCUSS MORE HOW BIG THE PROPERTIES ARE, WHEN THEY WILL TAKE PLACE, HOW THEY ARE PHASED SO THEY APPROPRIATELY MEET THE NEEDS OF THE NATOMAS UNIFIED COMMUNITY AND STUDENTS >> THANK YOU >> I APOLOGIZE IF I GET THIS NAME TERRIBLY WRONG >> GOOD AFTERNOON >> I AM, I LIVE ON THE GARDEN HIGHWAY I WANTED TO ADDRESS ONE OF THE ISSUES FUNDAMENTALLY IS THAT IN THIS BROCHURE THAT WAS GIVEN OUT, IT’S REALLY A NICE BROCHURE IT’S GOT 58 PAGES IT IS NOT UNTIL HE GETS TO PAGE 55 THAT THERE IS ANY INDICATION OF ATTEMPTING TO MEET THE CRITERIA AS SET FORTH UNDER POLICY 127 FOR EXPANDING THE BOUNDARY OF THE URBAN PARK AND EVEN THEN, IT SEEMS TO FALL SHORT OF BEING ABLE TO IDENTIFY SIX OF THE CRITERIA IT CAN ONLY MANAGE TO COME UP WITH A BASIS FOR FOUR OF THEM, WHICH MEANS THERE ARE TWO THEY CAN’T ME AND YET WHAT THEY REALLY WANT YOU TO DO IS TAKE THEM OFF THE HOOK WITH REGARD TO THESE CRITERIA BY HAVING THE BOARD PROCEED TO SET IT FORTH THE CRITERIA THAT I AM MOST CONCERNED WITH IS THAT WHICH DEALS WITH THE HABITAT AND IN LOOKING AT WHAT THEY HAVE ATTEMPTED TO RESERVE FOR THE HABITAT FOR THE GREENBELT AREA IS ABOUT ONE THIRD OF WHAT WAS DESIGNED UNDER THE GENERAL PLAN, AND IT’S IN ADEQUATE TO PROTECT THE RAPTORS AND OTHER SPECIES OF BIRDS AND ALL KINDS OF AQUATIC LIFE THAT EXIST IN THAT AREA SO I WOULD REQUEST THAT THE BOARD NOT PROCEED WITH THIS, AT LEAST NOT PROCEED UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THEY CAN ADEQUATELY DEMONSTRATE THAT THEY HAVE MET ALL OF THE SIX CRITERIA SET FORTH IN LE 127 THANK YOU >> JANSEN >> MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, MR GERMAN, GOOD AFTERNOON I AM A RESIDENT OF SUNDANCE LAKE THIS IS MY FIRST TIME EVER TO ATTEND SUCH A MEETING, A PUBLIC MEETING BUT I THINK THIS IS A CAUSE THAT I CANNOT IDLY SIT BY I BELONG TO A COALITION OF SUNDANCE, WESTLAKE AND WESTSHORE RESIDENTS THAT ARE VERY CONCERNED ABOUT THIS PROJECT AND ARE CONCERNED ABOUT SAFETY SAFETY BECAUSE PARTLY THE LAND THAT IS CURRENTLY BEING UNDER CONSIDERATION FOR THE INITIATION OF THIS UPPER WEST SIDE PLANNING PROCESS IS A STRATEGIC RESERVE AND CURRENT ZONING PROVIDES AN OPEN AREA UNDER FLIGHT PATHS THAT MINIMIZE SAFETY RISKS AND NOISE ABATEMENT FOR EXISTING RESIDENTS TO THIS IS AN AREA THAT IS DIRECTLY RIGHT AFTER THE FLIGHT PATH OF AIRCRAFT TAKING OFF AS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM NATOMAS KNOW, CURRENTLY THERE ARE NOISE ISSUES WITH SUNDANCE LAKE, WESTLAKE AND WESTSHORE,

PLANES TAKE OFF HUNDREDS OF TIMES DAILY, ESPECIALLY DURING THE SUMMER, AND THESE PLANES TAKE OFF AT SUCH LOW ALTITUDES, WHEN NEIGHBOR EXCLAIMED IT WAS LIKE PEARL HARBOR RIGHT NOW THESE NEIGHBOR ASSOCIATION, NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS ARE WORKING WITH THE F AA AND THE AIRPORT, COUNTY AIRPORT MANAGEMENT TO TALK WITH THE FAA TO CHANGE THE CURRENT FLIGHT PATHS BECAUSE OF NEXGEN, WHICH CHANGED FLIGHT PASS IN 2015 THAT NOW CURRENTLY FLYOVER THESE NEIGHBORHOODS TO GO BACK TO THESE OPEN SPACES IF WE BUILD OR INITIATE THIS PROJECT, THAT OPTION WILL BE GONE IN TERMS OF SAFETY MEMBERS OF THE BOARD AND MR CHAIRMAN, THE ISSUE IS, I WILL REPEAT THE STATISTIC, SACRAMENTO HAS THE NUMBER ONE INCIDENTS FOR BIRD STRIKES WITHOUT THIS OPEN SPACE WHERE WITH THE PLANES LAND, WE DON’T HAVE THE HUDSON RIVER THE ISSUE HERE IS ONE OF SAFETY, NOISE ABATEMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS >> YOU CAN WRAP UP >> WE HUMBLY OPPOSE, REQUEST THE BOARD TO OPPOSE AND NOT INITIATE THIS PROJECT >> THANK YOU >> GOOD AFTERNOON FOR NUMBERS I AM A NORTH NATOMAS RESIDENT HAVE BEEN ACTIVELY WATCHING THIS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS IN MY ROLE AS WORKING FOR THE LOCAL FORMATION COMMISSION AND SACRAMENTO COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW AND TRAN 16 AND THROUGH THAT TIME I HAVE LEARNED A LOT ABOUT THE PROJECT SITE AND INCLUDED IN THAT KNOWLEDGE IS THE KNOWLEDGE THAT THE AIRPORT ITSELF NEEDS LOCATIONS WHERE THE PLANES CAN MOVE AND WHERE THEY CAN FLY AND WHEN THEY HAVE TO MAKE CHOICES FROM THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER WHERE I HAVE BEEN BEFORE, WE DON’T WANT THEM TO HAVE TO CHOOSE ALL OF THE SOUTHERLY FLIGHTS OVER URBAN AREAS WITH THIS PROJECT, THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT WE WOULD BE DOING AND I KNOW THAT IN THE MID-80s AND MAYBE AROUND 86 AND 87, WE WERE ACTUALLY CONDEMNING PROPERTY AROUND THE AIRPORT AND USING EMINENT DOMAIN AND DOING DIFFERENT THINGS TO TRY TO CLEAR SPACE AROUND THE AIRPORT IT DOESN’T MAKE A LOT OF SENSE TO ME TO CREATE THAT KIND OF HARDSHIP ON RESIDENTS AND THEN COME THROUGH LATER AND ACTUALLY BEGIN TO TAKE THE LAND WHICH WE THOUGHT WAS SAVE AND PUT PEOPLE THERE SO I WOULD MAKE THE ARGUMENT THAT THE SECOND ARGUMENT HAS TO DO WITH AGRICULTURAL LAND, ONE OF THE CHARACTERISTICS MOST IMPORTANT ABOUT THIS LAND IS THAT THE WATER COMES UP TO THE SURFACE FAIRLY CLOSELY OFTEN WITH THESE RAINS GOING ON THE WATER TABLE MIGHT RISE UP IN PERIODS OF EXTREME DROUGHT WE CAN EXPECT THE WATER CAN BE TAPPED THAT THESE FARMERS CAN TURN TO WELLS FOR WATER THAT WE CAN’T GUARANTEE THAT IN THE SOUTH COUNTY OR IN OTHER AGRICULTURAL AREAS THAT WOULD REMAIN OPEN SO I FEEL THIS PARTICULAR LAND IS TOO PRECIOUS TO BE USURPED AFTER SO MANY YEARS OF CAREFUL CONSIDERATION AS I NOTED IN MY LETTER IN 1964, THE ENTIRE NORTH COUNTY WAS DESIGNATED FOR URBAN USES IN THE 1964 GENERAL PLAN THAT WAS RESCINDED, REMOVED AND CHANGED BECAUSE AFTER STUDY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS COULD SEE IT WAS NOT THE APPROPRIATE LOCATION FOR ALL THIS DEVELOPMENT >> WRAP UP PLEASE >> SO I AM NOTICING THE PIECEMEAL WE ARE TAKING STEPS TO UNDO THOSE ACTIONS OF THE BOARD WE ARE CONVERTING UNNECESSARILY I THINK A LAND, AND THE REASON IT IS IMPORTANT IF YOU BELIEVE IN THE BENEFITS OF THE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AND SO FORTH, YOU KNOW, OR I BELIEVE THE ECONOMICS, THE BENEFITS OF THIS PROJECT CANNOT OUTWEIGH THE COST AND I THINK THAT IS AN IMPORTANT THING BECAUSE ECONOMICS — ANYWAY, I SENT IN COMMENTS THAT DEAL WITH CONSERVATION AND SO FORTH, BUT I DON’T WANT TO TAKE ANYMORE OF YOUR TIME THANK YOU VERY MUCH >> THANK YOU >> GOOD AFTERNOON MR. CHAIRMAN AND BOARD MEMBERS I THE PRESIDENT OF THE RIVER OAKS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION OUR BOUNDARIES ARE FROM BASICALLY GATEWAY OAKS BACK TO THE I-80 RAMPS OUT TO THE GARDEN HIGHWAY SO WE ARE DIRECTLY ADJACENT TO THE PROPOSED PROJECT AREA I WILL TELL YOU THAT OVER THE COURSE OF ABOUT THE LAST 10 TO 15 DAYS I HAVE BEEN BOMBARDED BY COMMENTS FROM OUR RESIDENTS

AND CITIZENS AND OUR BOARD JUST RECENTLY ABOUT CONVENING TO MEET AND DISCUSS THE PROJECT GOING FURTHER AS WELL AND AS SUCH, WE WOULD URGE YOU TO NOT MOVE FORWARD ON THE CURRENTLY PROPOSED REFERENCE PLAN BASED UPON THE CONCERNS THAT HAVE BEEN ELOQUENTLY EXPRESSED IN THE FEBRUARY 21 LETTER FROM THE SIERRA CLUB, THE STATE ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL OF SACRAMENTO AND HABITAT 2020 WE SUPPORT THE CONCERNS RAISED THERE VIS-C-VIS THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND HABITAT ISSUES IN THE CONTINUATION OF THOSE AGREEMENTS THAT WERE PREVIOUSLY REACHED BETWEEN RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND REGULATORY AUTHORITIES THEREFORE, AFTER MUCH PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT, AND WE TRUST YOU WILL VOTE TO UPHOLD THE INTEGRITY OF THOSE AGREEMENTS AND REGIONAL PLANS WE WISH TO ALSO AMPLIFY THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND HABITAT CONCERNS OF THE JOINT LETTER WITH THE FACT THAT THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT NOT ONLY WOULD NEGATE THOSE EARLY AGREEMENTS, BUT ALSO WOULD GREATLY EXACERBATE, AS YOU HEARD FROM OTHER SPEAKERS, THE RUSH HOUR CAPACITY OF THE I-80 ON AND OFF RAMPS, THE I-5 RAMS AS WELL THE STACKING AND TURNING LANE CONGESTION ADJACENT TO THE 49ers TRUCK STOP AS WELL AS EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLANNING AND ROADWAY CAPACITY TO EVACUATE IN THE ADVANCE OF A NATURAL DISASTER OR OTHER DISASTER THAT WOULD HAPPEN THAT WOULD REQUIRE AN EVACUATION WE ARE NOT OPPOSED TO ALL DEVELOPMENT ADJACENT AND WITHIN THE URBANIZED BOUNDARIES AS EVIDENCED BY OUR SUPPORT AND WORK WITH THE DEVELOPERS, THE CODE PROJECT AS WELL AS THE SUNRISE LUXURY APARTMENTS >> WRAP UP PLEASE >> CONSISTENT WITH EXISTING AND PUBLICLY VETTED PLANS AND AGREEMENTS, WE URGE YOU TO IN CONCERT WITH THE CITY PURSUE AGGRESSIVE USE OF INFIELD HOUSING PROJECTS WITHIN YOUR ZONE THIS WE BELIEVE WOULD BE A USE OF RESOURCES, PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR VARIED HOUSING TIES INTENSITIES INVALIDATE THE GUIDANCE THE PUBLIC AND ELECTED OFFICIALS PREVIOUSLY RAISED THE CITY HAS BEEN MOVING FORWARD IN THIS DIRECTION, AND WE WOULD URGE A CONTINUED PARTNERSHIP TO HAVE THAT HAPPEN >> THANK YOU VERY MUCH NO QUESTIONS >> AND JAKE KELLY >> I AM A RESIDENT OF GARDEN HIGHWAY I AM HERE ON BEHALF OF OUR PRESIDENT, AND HE HAS SENT YOU AN EMAIL, AND I WILL LEAVE IT RIGHT HERE ON THIS SIDE IT IS A LENGTHY EMAIL I’M NOT GOING TO READ A. I DO HAVE THE SAME CONCERNS YOU HAVE ALL THIS INTO MY MAIN ONE WOULD BE THE TRAFFIC IT IS VERY UNBEARABLE GARDEN HIGHWAY IS A MISNOMER IT IS NOT A HIGHWAY IT IS A SAND VALLEY AS WE SEE WITH AMAZON IT HAS BECOME MORE AND MORE DANGEROUS CARS BULLETING BY AT 70 MILES PER HOUR NOW WITH THIS PROJECT PROPOSED, WE ARE GOING TO HAVE MORE TRAFFIC I KNOW THEY TALKED ABOUT THE LOOP AND THE ELECTRIC CARS, BUT THAT IS NOT TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION IS GOING TO BE FROM THAT AREA DOWNTOWN AND THROUGH OUR NEIGHBORHOOD I AM ALSO CONCERNED ABOUT AGRICULTURE AND HABITAT AND ALL THE ISSUES THAT HAVE BEEN STATED BEFORE SO I’M NOT GOING TO GO INTO THOSE I WILL LEAVE THIS HERE FOR YOU HE DID APOLOGIZE OUR PRESIDENT IS NOT HERE TODAY BUT HE HAS GIVEN ME THIS >> THANK YOU >> JIM PACK WELL >> GOOD AFTERNOON MEMBERS OF THE BOARD I AM HERE SPEAKING ON BEHALF OF FRIENDS THERE ARE BASICALLY THREE PROBLEMS WITH THE PROJECT FIRST I SHOULD POINT OUT AND REMIND PEOPLE THAT THE PROJECT IS LOCATED IN A DEEP FLOOD BASIN AND THAT LACKS EVEN 100

YEAR FLOOD PROTECTION 99 IS A NICE STATUS TO HAVE, BUT YOU STILL DON’T EVEN HAVE 100 YEAR FLOOD PROTECTION THE ARMY CORPS ESTIMATES AT MY COMPLETE THE LEVEE BY 2024, THAT ASSUMES IT HAS THE MONEY TO DO IT AND IF THE COST ESTIMATES ARE CORRECT OR QUITE HONESTLY, I DON’T THINK YOU SHOULD EVEN CONSIDER ANY MAJOR NEW DEVELOPMENT IN NATOMAS UNTIL SUCH TIME AS YOU REALLY DO HAVE FLOOD PROTECTION BECAUSE THE STATE IS GOING TO REQUIRE 200 YEAR FLOOD PROTECTION, THAT IS JUST A REALITY YOU DON’T GET THAT AND YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO GO FORWARD IT IS AN OUTSIDE EXPANSION OF THE COUNTY URBAN SERVICES BOUNDARY WHICH WAS ESTABLISHED AFTER A GOOD DEAL OF DISCUSSION AND STUDY FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEVELOPING INFRASTRUCTURE WITHIN A REASONABLY COMPACT URBAN AREA IT HAS BEEN THE BASIS FOR VARIED COUNTY INFRASTRUCTURE PLANS, AIR QUALITY PLANS, TRANSPORTATION PLANS, THESE ALL REST ON THE URBAN SERVICE BOUNDARY AND THE OTHER PURPOSE IS TO PROTECT AGRICULTURE AND HABITAT, AND FINALLY, IT WOULD UNDERMINE THE EXISTING NATOMAS BASIN HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN, WHICH I BELIEVE WAS MENTIONED TO SOME EXTENT IN THE STAFF REPORT THAT IS A VERY LONG DRAWN OUT NEGOTIATION PROCESS WE DIDN’T PARTICULARLY LIKE IT, BUT IT IS WORKING SO FAR BUT IT RELIES ON THE ASSUMPTION THAT DEVELOPMENT WILL BE CONFINED TO 17,500 ACRES COVERED BY THE PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT BEYOND THAT OF ANY SIGNIFICANCE WOULD UNDERMINE THE PLAN ABILITY TO MITIGATE FOR IMPACTS AND I MIGHT ADD THAT ONE OF THE BENEFICIARIES >> WRAP UP PLEASE >> IS METRO AIRPARK WHICH IS A COUNTY, IT IS IN THE COUNTY, THE COUNTY RECEIVES THE BENEFIT OF IT, IT WOULD UNDERMINE DHCP AND YOU MIGHT BE UNDERMINING METRO AIRPARK ABILITY TO MITIGATE AND GO FORWARD THANK YOU >> THANK YOU >> GOOD AFTERNOON MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD THANK YOU FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY THE QUESTION IS WHY NOW? THERE ARE MANY REASONS NOT TO GO FORWARD WITH THIS INITIATION, THERE IS PLENTY OF LAND AVAILABLE IN THE COUNTY PLENTY OF LAND NEAR TRANSIT TODAY THAT EXIST TODAY TO DEVELOP I QUESTION WHY THE STANDARDS OF 127 AREN’T APPLIED TO INITIATION THAT WASN’T EXPLAINED IN THE HEARING WHAT I WANT TO BRING TO THE BOARDS ATTENTION ARE THE OPTICS OF THIS THE OPTICS OF WHY NOW THE REASON IS, WE HAVE MR TRUMP IN THE WHITE HOUSE WE HAVE THE U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE HOBBLED, DISABLED, THEY ARE NOT ABLE TO DO THEIR JOB ACCORDING TO THE LAWS PASSED BY CONGRESS WHAT YOU WILL DO TODAY BY APPROVING THIS INITIATION IS TO GIVE A HUNTING LICENSE TO YOUR LANDOWNERS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIVES, THE CONSULTANTS, ETC., THE LAWYERS, TO GO BACK TO WASHINGTON AND BEND THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO THEIR CAUSE WHICH IS TO DISRUPT THE NATOMAS BASIN HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN TO PUT AN END TO THE COUNTY GENERAL PLAN POLICIES PROTECTING AG AND OPEN SPACE SO THERE ARE A COUPLE OF IMPORTANT THINGS AREA B AND THE HOG ZONE THAT THE POLICY DECISIONS MADE IN THE CONSERVATION STRATEGY THAT ARE ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL TO PROTECTING THE WILDLIFE IN OUR REGION AND PARTICULARLY IN THE NATOMAS BASIN WE TALK ABOUT AN OUTREACH PLAN THAT IS AN INSULT TO US BECAUSE WE MUST NOW PARTICIPATE IN ORDER TO PROTECT OUR INTEREST IN A PLAN THAT TOTALLY SUBVERTS THE PLAN FOR HABITAT CONSERVATION IN THE REGION IT MEANS GOING TO HEARINGS LIKE THIS AND GETTING A FEW MINUTES TO SPEAK AND I HAVEN’T FINISHED WHAT I CAME TO SAY YOUR BURNING UP TIME AND ATTENTION AND THE OPTICS ARE NOT GOING TO GO AWAY WHEN THESE PEOPLE SUCCEED IN TURNING THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO MAKING THE MARK ON THIS COMMUNITY, ON THIS COUNTY, WE WILL HAVE YOU JUST THINK PLEASE DON’T DISRESPECT THE ENVIRONMENT, THE WILDLIFE, THE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNITY BY INITIATING THIS PROCESS IT WOULD WASTE A LOT OF TIME AND EFFORT AND MONEY THANK YOU >> NEIL CLARK >> GOOD AFTERNOON I LIVE ON THE GARDEN HIGHWAY I HAVE BEEN A RESIDENT OF THE COUNTY FOR 26 YEARS I HAVE NEVER GONE TO A BOARD MEETING

DIDN’T KNOW HOW TO GET THERE RAN TO GET HERE BECAUSE I FELT I NEEDED TO SPEAK THIS PROJECT TO ME, I READ IT, I ONLY GOT A NOTICE THAT YOU’RE HAVING A BOARD MEETING I DIDN’T GET ANY OTHER DOCUMENTATION I HAVE TO GET THAT BY RESEARCHING IT WITH MY WIFE WHAT I SEE, THIS IS OVERREACH, IN THIS IS TO PROFIT A FEW PEOPLE I SAID TO MYSELF, I WOULD LIKE TO SEE WHAT THIS IS ALL ABOUT I DON’T KNOW WHY THESE PEOPLE ARE DOING IT, BUT AT THE BEGINNING OF THIS MEETING I FOUND OUT WHY THE SIX FAMILIES OR THE PEOPLE NAMED THAT ARE BEHIND THE PROJECT, THEY ARE THE FARM OWNERS THAT OWN ALL THE FARM ACREAGE THAT IS ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE, THAT NEEDS TO BE THERE YOU DON’T, THOSE PEOPLE DON’T WANT PLANES FLYING OVER THEM EVERYTHING THESE PEOPLE SAID, THOSE FARMERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO SELL THAT LAND RD 1000 JUST TOOK EMINENT DOMAIN, A FARMER RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET ON THE GARDEN HIGHWAY, THEY TOOK HIS LAND, THEY PAID HIM ROUGHLY A COUPLE THOUSAND DOLLARS PER ACRE, AND RESIDENTIAL SINGLE PROPERTY ACREAGE GOES FOR $300,000 PLUS THEY MADE HIMSELF FOR A COUPLE THOUSAND DOLLARS THESE OTHER FARMERS ON THAT LAND, THEY SAW THAT HAPPENED THEY SAW IT COMING AND THEY SHOULD NOT BE SELLING THAT LAND IT IS THE BEST USE FOR THAT LAND AND I JUST THINK IT IS A MISTAKE TO APPROVE THIS BECAUSE IT IS OVERSTATED FOR EXAMPLE, ON PAGE 22 IT SAYS IT IS AN INFILL PROJECT THERE’S NOTHING ON THE EAST- WEST IN TO FILL IT IS THE GARDEN HIGHWAY THERE IS NO SEWER, NO WATER, NO GAS, NO ELECTRICITY, KNOW ANYTHING WHAT IS THE INFILL? THERE ARE LOTS OF PROPERTIES IN NATOMAS THAT COULD BE IN FILLED, AND THIS IS NOT THE BEST USE OF YOUR TIME ARE OUR TAXPAYER DOLLARS BECAUSE THIS IS NOT THE BEST PLACE TO USE THOSE RESOURCES SO I PROPOSE THAT WE DO NOT MOVE FORWARD WITH THIS UNTIL IT IS AT LEAST REVISED SO IT MAKES MORE SENSE >> THANK YOU >> RICK LOCKE >> HOWDY SO I AM GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SERVICE YOU OFTEN HAVE A THANKLESS JOB THANK YOU FOR DOING A. AND THAT BRINGS UP FIRST BULLET POINT THERE IS ABSOLUTELY A COST TO THE COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO YOU ARE IT SOMEWHERE IN THE STATEMENT THIS MORNING OR THIS AFTERNOON WAS, THIS IS NO INITIAL COST OF THE COUNTY THAT IS A MISSTATEMENT JUST BY THE FACT THAT YOU HAVE PEOPLE ON SALARY I LIVE IN WESTSHORE I AM NEW TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD I AM NEW TO SACRAMENTO COUNTY AND I WASN’T NOTIFIED OF THIS MEETING I AM SURPRISED THAT IS MY BIGGEST ALARM RIGHT NOW THE NEXT THING, SO I RESONATE WITH EVERYTHING THAT HAS BEEN SAID SO FAR AND IRONICALLY, SANTANA ROW WAS A REFERENCE POINT SANTANA ROW IS THE PLACE TO AVOID DURING THE HOLIDAYS YOU CAN’T GET IN, YOU CAN’T GET OUT AND THAT IS WHAT YOU’RE ABOUT TO BUILD RIGHT NOW SANTANA ROW IN SACRAMENTO I CAN’T ENDORSE THAT I URGE YOU NOT TO ENDORSE OR ALLOW THIS PROJECT TO MOVE FORWARD UNTIL YOU ACTUALLY NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS WHO ARE GOING TO BE IMPACTED BY THIS THAT HASN’T BEEN ACHIEVED I AM EVIDENCE OF THAT I AM NOT APPEAR BECAUSE OF THE — THIS IS AN INFRASTRUCTURE ISSUE YOU DON’T HAVE THE INFRASTRUCTURE RIGHT NOW TO SUPPORT WHAT IS GOING ON IN THIS COUNTY JUST GOING OUT 80 ON A SATURDAY , ALL DAY LONG IT IS BACKED UP WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WHEN YOU HAVE ALL THESE ADDITIONAL ROUTE NEW RESIDENCE TO THIS AREA? IT WON’T WORK SO IF YOU REALLY WANT TO THROW THE COUNTY FOR A CURVE BALL, MAKE IT A HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT TAKE CARE THE HOMELESS TAKE CARE THAT FIRST DON’T MOVE FORWARD WITH THIS PLEASE >> THANK YOU >> I WANTED TO ASK A QUESTION YOU SAID YOU DIDN’T GET NOTICE HOW DID YOU FIND OUT ABOUT THE MEETING? I’M JUST CURIOUS >> A NEIGHBOR OF MINE IN WESTSHORE WHO ALSO DIDN’T GET A NOTICE LIST HAS A BROTHER WHO GOT A NOTICE SO HE SENT ME A PICTURE OF IT >> OKAY THANKS >> THAT IS ALL OF THE CARDS I HAVE FOR PUBLIC TESTIMONY, WHICH BRINGS IT BACK TO THE BOARD >> THANK YOU I AGAIN WANT TO REMIND FOLKS I HAVE BEEN TAKING COPIOUS NOTES ABOUT THE VARIOUS POINTS THAT HAVE BEEN MADE AND I DO WANT TO START BY EXPRESSING MY APPRECIATION TO NOT ONLY MY CONSTITUENTS, BUT MY NEIGHBORS

I THINK SOME NO MY WIFE AND I ARE ORIGINAL HOMEBUYERS IN WESTLAKE SWEEP IN NATOMAS RESIDENCE FOR OVER 16 YEARS NOW SO I AM VERY FAMILIAR NOT JUST WITH THE PLANNING PROCESS, BECAUSE THAT IS MY BACKGROUND AS AN URBAN PLANNER, BUT AS A RESIDENT OF THAT PART OF OUR COUNTY AS WELL I KNOW THAT OUR OFFICES, ALL FIVE, HAVE BEEN INUNDATED WITH EMAILS AS OF LATE MANY OF THEM QUITE FRANKLY FORM EMAILS, WHICH I CAN APPRECIATE BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE HAS THE TIME TO COMPOSE THEIR OWN TRANSMITTAL TO ADDRESS THEIR GRIEVANCES OR CONCERNS WITH THE BOARD WE STILL CONSIDER THOSE VERY VALID AND APPRECIATE THE TIME AND ENERGY THAT FOLKS TOOK TO PARTICIPATE IN REACHING OUT TO ALL FIVE OF US, TO STAFF, PARTICIPATING IN VARIOUS OUTREACH EFFORTS THAT HAVE TAKEN PLACE TO DATE FROM THE VARIOUS NEIGHBORHOODS THAT OF THE MENTIONED HERE TODAY I APPRECIATE THE FACT THAT YOU TOOK TIME TO COME OUT TO THIS HEARING TODAY I KNOW THERE WAS AN INITIAL REQUEST TO HAVE THIS HEARING HELD IN THE EVENING I AM GOING TO ADDRESS THAT A LITTLE BIT LATER AFTER WE HEAR FROM SOME OF MY COLLEAGUES BUT LET ME START BY ADDRESSING THE PROCESS BECAUSE I THINK THAT IS INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT IT IS RELATIVE, IT IS GERMANE, IT IS WHY I ASKED SOME OF THE QUESTIONS I DID BEFORE HE EVEN HAD A CHANCE TO HEAR FROM THE PUBLIC THIS IS NOT TO MINIMIZE OR DISMISS THE FACT THAT PEOPLE HAVE SOME ALREADY DEVELOPED STRONG FEELINGS ABOUT THIS PROPOSAL BUT THE PROCESS TODAY IS THE STARTING POINT NOT THE ENDING POINT IT IS NOT THE MIDDLE OF THE PROCESS AND IT IS NOT A PROCESS THAT TRANSPIRES OVER THE COURSE OF DAYS, WEEKS OR MONTHS SOMETIMES EVEN YEARS IT GOES FOR DECADES SOMETIMES THAT IS WHY I ASKED SOME OF THE QUITE FRANKLY ADMITTED LEADING QUESTIONS I DID OF STAFF IN TERMS OF THE INCREDIBLE CHALLENGE THAT THERE IS TO PURSUE A PROJECT OF THIS SCALE IN THIS PARTICULAR COUNTY AND WHAT IS INVOLVED AND ESPECIALLY AN AREA WHERE YOU HAVE AN ACTIVE HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN IT IS THE REASON WHY THE PROJECT PROPONENT WILL TELL YOU AND I SUSPECT IF HE COMES BACK TO THE PODIUM TO ADDRESS QUESTIONS BY THE BOARD MEMBERS THAT THERE HAS BEEN A CONSISTENT THEME TO OUR DISCUSSIONS TO DATE ABOUT THIS PROPOSAL AND THAT IS THERE IS ABSOLUTELY FOLD EXPOSURE AT LEAST WITH THIS 20% OF THE BOARD, AND THAT AS YOU PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO GUARANTEE THAT IS WHY I INSISTED THAT THE BOARD LETTER BE VERY TRANSPARENT WITH THE PUBLIC THAT THERE IS NO GUARANTEE I HAVE SEEN IT HAPPEN BOTH AS A PROFESSIONAL BEFORE MY TIME ON THE BOARD AS A PROJECT MANAGER, HAPPENED MANY TIMES, NOTCHES IN SACRAMENTO COUNTY, IT IS THE RISK YOU RUN WHEN YOU PURSUE THE ATTEMPT TO CHANGE LAND USES AND TO DO IT AT A FAIRLY GRANDSCALE I DO THINK THAT MANY OF THE CONCERNS THAT WERE BROUGHT UP, WHETHER THEY BE HABITAT, WHETHER THEY BE YOUR FOR NOISE AND SAFETY, WHETHER THEY BE FLOOD PROTECTION, ALL EXTREMELY VALID CONCERNS, CONCERNS THAT I HAVE THAT I SHARE WITH YOU WE DON’T REALLY UNDERSTAND THE NATURE OF WHAT THOSE CHALLENGES ARE UNTIL THE COMMENCEMENT OF FURTHER STUDY IT IS KIND OF ABOUT A CARTON OR SITUATION I AM NOT, AGAIN, IT PROBABLY HAS MUCH TO DO WITH MY BACKGROUND AS A PLANNER I AM NOT SUBSCRIBING TO THE THEORY THAT I CAN PRESUME FROM A POWERPOINT, FROM A SINGLE BOARD LETTER AND FROM MINUTES OF TESTIMONY THAT I KNOW EVERY NUANCE, FACET OF THIS PROPOSAL, THIS PROJECT I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT THE ENVIRONMENT IMPACTS OUR I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT CHANGES MIGHT OCCUR IN THE COURSE OF BACK AND FORTH BETWEEN OUR PLANNING STAFF, BACK AND FORTH BETWEEN STAKEHOLDER GROUPS, CONTRIBUTIONS SOME NEIGHBORHOODS THEMSELVES, NEIGHBORS THEMSELVES. AS A REFERENCE FROM EARLIER COMMENTS, THERE MAY BE A VERY QUICK CONCLUSION TO THIS IF IT IS THE ROLE OF THE BOARD TO MOVE FORWARD TODAY BECAUSE THEY ARE MAYOR BE TOO HIGH A HURDLE IN THE NOT-TOO-DISTANT FUTURE WHERE THE NO GO GO DECISION AND THE PURSUIT OF THIS SO THERE IS LOTS TO BE SAID

ABOUT ATTRITION WHEN IT COMES TO AN EFFORT LIKE THIS BUT WHAT THE PROJECT PROPONENT IS REQUESTING, WITH THE FULL DISCLOSURE, BOTH POLITICALLY AND TECHNICALLY, THAT THIS IS AN EXTREMELY RISKY PURSUIT, TO SIMPLY TAKE THE NEXT STEP TO BEGIN TO VET WHAT THE IMPACTS ARE, WITH THE PROSPECT IS FOR EVERYTHING FROM AESTHETIC DESIGN TO HABITAT PROTECTION AND I AS A PLANNER, IT WOULD RUN ACROSS TO MY TRAINING, MY FUNDAMENTAL UNDERSTANDING OF GOOD PLANNING QUITE FRANKLY TO SIMPLY THROW UP MY HANDS AND SAY DON’T EVEN START I DON’T WANT TO, I DON’T WANT YOU TO EVEN UNDERSTAND WHAT THOSE THINGS ARE I DON’T WANT YOU TO UNDERSTAND, I DON’T WANT TO BE ARMED WITH INFORMATION THAT IS NOT MY JOB MY JOB IS TO BE ARMED WITH INFORMATION THAT SHOULD NOT BE CONFUSED WITH SOME EARLY ENDORSEMENT OF A PROCESS AND PROJECT WHEN WE ARE AT THE FIRST, SECOND OF YEARS OF ANALYSIS AND CONTINUING HEARINGS AND VERY TRANSPARENT BACK AND FORTH WITH THE COMMUNITY AND SO FOR THOSE REASONS I THINK IT IS INCUMBENT UPON US TODAY TO AGAIN, WITH ALL THE VARIOUS CAVEATS, JUST TO BEAT THAT DEAD HORSE A LITTLE MORE, BUT THIS IS AN INCREDIBLY CHALLENGING PURSUIT IF I HAD TO WAGER TODAY, IF YOU SAID, YOU TELL US WHAT THE ODDS ARE, YOU GIVE US THE OVER UNDER SUPERVISOR, I WOULDN’T BE DOING IT I WOULDN’T BE PUTTING MY MONEY ON IT I WILL TELL YOU THIS, BUT IF YOU LOOK AT EVEN SOME OF THE LANGUAGE IN THE SLIDESHOW BY THE PROPONENT, THERE IS VERBIAGE SUCH AS WE WILL TRY TO ACHIEVE THE GOAL OF NOW THIS IS THE DISTRICT I REPRESENT I AM MOST ANSWERABLE TO THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE COME TO THIS PODIUM TODAY I’VE TAKEN TIME OUT OF THEIR DAY TO BE HERE I’VE TAKEN THE TIME TO WRITE EMAILS TO ME AND I WILL TELL YOU TODAY AT THE VERY OUTSET OF THIS PROCESS, THAT’S NOT GOOD ENOUGH DON’T GIVE ME WE HOPE OKAY, DON’T GIVE MEET WE WANT YOU’RE EITHER GOING TO HAVE A NET ZERO ENERGY CONSUMPTIVE COMMUNITY OR YOU ARE NOT YOU’RE EITHER GOING TO HAVE HARDWIRED CHARGES CHARGES FOR ZERO EMISSION VEHICLES AND ALL THE HOLES FOR ALL THE HOUSEHOLDS IN THIS PROJECT OR YOU ARE NOT YOU ARE EITHER GOING TO SEE AND EXCEED WITH OTHER MASTER PLANNING EFFORTS IN THIS COUNTY HAVE PURSUED IN THE PAST IN TERMS OF PERCENT OF OPEN SPACE AND HABITAT THAT IS PRESERVED OR YOU ARE NOT I DON’T WANT TO HEAR ABOUT GOALS I DON’T WANT TO HEAR WE ARE GOING TO TRY FIRST MEETING THE COME BACK IF IT IS THE BALL THE BOARD TO MOVE FORWARD TODAY FIRST MEETING I START HEARING THESE ASPIRATIONAL OBJECTIVES, RED FLAGS GO UP FOR ME LET’S NOT FORGET, I WAS THE LONE NO VOTE ON THIS FOR WHEN IT CAME TO A PROJECT CALLED CORDOVA HILLS AND I WAS THE LONE NO VOTE ON THAT PROJECT FOR WHAT I STILL BELIEVE ARE VERY VALID AND GOOD REASONS NOT THE LEAST OF WHICH THERE WAS THIS ETHEREAL PROMISE BY THE PROJECT PROPONENT, THE DEVELOPER THAT WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A UNIVERSITY AND BOARD, YOU SHOULD APPROVE OUR PROJECT, INCLUDING MOVING SOME OF THE URBAN SERVICES BOUNDARY FOR THAT PROJECT, BECAUSE WE GOT THIS UNIQUE AMENITY THAT HASN’T COME TO FRUITION PEOPLE CAN PROMISE THINGS ALL DAY LONG I’M NOT INTERESTED IN PROMISES YOU’RE EITHER GOING TO DO IT, OR YOU’RE NOT AND I EXITED TO THE FACE OF THE PROJECT PROPONENT AND THE REPRESENTATIVE THIS THING IS GOING TO HAVE TO BE SO GOOD, IS GOING TO HAVE TO BE SUCH AN EXCEPTIONAL PLAN, IS GOING TO BE GRACING THE COVERS OF THE AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION JOURNAL IT IS GOING TO BE A MODEL, IT’S NOT GOING TO BE SOME ASPIRATIONAL PLAN THAT IS THE ONLY WAY THAT THIS WILL CONTINUE TO GET MY ATTENTION SO IN ALL FAIRNESS, TO THE PROJECT PROPONENT, I AM WILLING TO SUPPORT STAFF RECOMMENDATION TODAY TO TAKE THE NEXT STEPS WITH ALL THE UNDERSTANDING AND ALL THE PREFACE I JUST ISSUED I WILL PUT THAT IN THE FORM OF A MOTION >> WE HAVE A MOTION IS THERE A SECOND? >> SHAREABLE SECOND CHAIR WILL SECOND SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI >> CERTAINLY HEARING FOR MY COLLEAGUE MR. SERNA APPRECIATE HIS INPUT AS BEING THE REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE AREA IN WHICH THE PROPOSAL IS BEING SOUGHT TO INITIATE

I GUESS I WANT TO JUST, NOT TO MAKE ANY CORRECTIONS WHAT HE SAID, BUT I DO BELIEVE CORDOVA HILLS WAS ENTIRELY WITHIN THE URBAN SERVICES BOUNDARY IF I AM NOT MISTAKEN BUT IT DID REQUIRE I THINK UPA TO BE >> I THINK YOU’RE RIGHT >> BUT I DID THINK IT WAS IMPORTANT BECAUSE IN MY COMMENTS, AND I WON’T BE LONG, WAY BACK A GENERATION AGO SOME OF THE SAME FOLKS HERE TODAY A GENERAL PLAN WHETHER ALL THE ENVIRONMENTAL VETTING, AND IT CAME TO HEARING SEVERAL YEARS FROM THE TIME IT WAS SUBMITTED IT WAS PROPOSED A 2000 UNIT DEVELOPMENT IN THE DISTRICT I REPRESENTED AT THE TIME AND AGAIN, THERE’S A LOT OF TIME IN THESE CHAMBERS IN A NO GUARANTEE IN THIS PROCESS AND ULTIMATELY THE MAJORITY REJECTED THAT PROJECT A 3-2 VOTE I MAKE THAT NOTE BECAUSE IN THAT CASE THE PROJECT PROPONENTS ACTUALLY TOOK TO THE BALLOT AND I THINK THE BOARD ACTION TAKEN AT THE TIME WAS FURTHER CONFIRMED BECAUSE NEARLY 80% OF THE FOLKS IN THE COUNTY VOTED TO REJECT THE GROWTH INITIATIVES I THINK TO THE POINT THAT SUPERVISOR SERNA IS MAKING SOME OF YOU UNDERSTAND THIS VERY WELL, ON THE DEVELOPMENT AN APPLICANT SIDE AND ON THE SIDE OF THOSE WHO ADVOCATE FOR OPEN SPACE AND ENVIRONMENT, FOR AGRICULTURE AND SUCH, THAT THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES CERTAINLY OVER THE YEARS IN THESE CHAMBERS A NUMBER OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS HAVE BEEN DEBATED SOME OF BEEN APPROVED AND SOME DENIED I MENTIONED THE HIGH-PROFILE ONE BECAUSE THAT WAS A GOOD EXAMPLE OF FOLKS WHO SPENT A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF MONEY, ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS WERE, THESE CHAMBERS WERE FULL PEOPLE BOTH OPPOSED AND IN SOME CASES IN SUPPORT, AND AGAIN, THIS BOARD ULTIMATELY REJECTED IT AND SO DID THE VOTERS ON A SUBSEQUENT VOTE I WOULD SAY SOMETHING THERE SOMETHING IN THE STAFF REPORT I WANT TO BRING ATTENTION TO I THINK IS TODD OUTLINE, I WOULD ASK BEFORE WE GET TO A VOTE WE CAN ALWAYS HAVE A LITTLE MORE EXPLANATION ABOUT THE PUBLIC OUTREACH PROCESS. I WANT TO DRAW ATTENTION ON PAGE 12 AND I AM GOING TO READ A BRIEF PORTION IT SAYS THAT QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT, CURRENT INTEREST ARE MUCH THE SAME AS WHEN JOINT VISION NOTTOLI WAS ASSEMBLED WAS ADOPTED SOME 17 YEARS AGO THE ISSUES AND CONCERNS REGARDING OPEN SPACE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND FUTURE GROWTH OUTLINED IN THE MOU ARE STILL RELEVANT TODAY SACRAMENTO COUNTY REMAINS COMMITTED TO PRINCIPLES THAT RESULTED PROTECTION OF THE AIRPORT, FROM URBAN ENCROACHMENT, AND WILDLIFE RETRACTORS, OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION, TO ENHANCE QUALITY OF LIFE, CONTINUATION OF PRODUCTIVE AGRICULTURE IN THE CREATION OF HIGH-QUALITY COMMUNITIES SINCE THE ADOPTION OF THAT JOINT VISION, ADDITIONAL ISSUES HAVE EMERGED SUCH AS CLIMATE CHANGE, SUSTAINABILITY AND CLIENT CLIMATE RESILIENCY AS WELL AS SECURE AND SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLY, PROTECTION FROM FLOODING AND OTHER VARIABILITY IS RELATIVE TO CLIMATE I RAISE THAT IN.THAT OUT BECAUSE IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT THOSE ARE SOME OF THE HURDLES OF THE PROJECT THAT IS BEING PROPOSED THEY ARE SEEKING TO INITIATE TODAY WILL HAVE TO OVERCOME THROUGH THE HEARING PROCESS, ADDRESS AS MR. SERNA ADMIRABLY STATED I THINK THOSE ARE VERY HIGH HIGHER HURDLES I AM IN MY 25th YEAR LAND-USE PLANNING IS VERY SERIOUS AND PERMANENT IT HAS IMPACT CERTAINLY ON LANDOWNERS WHO PROPOSE IT, BUT IT ALSO HAS IMPACTS ON THE BROADER COMMUNITY WHETHER IT IS TRAFFIC, HOUSING DENSITY, FOR THE BILL HOUSING, JOBS, OPEN SPACE AND AGRICULTURE, ALL OF THOSE THINGS NEED TO BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION I GUESS I WOULD JUST SOME OF MY COMMENTS BY SAYING, I HAVE BEEN ONE WHO THROUGHOUT THE YEARS HAS BEEN WILLING TO ALLOW FOLKS TO SUBMIT APPLICATIONS IN THE DISTRICT I REPRESENT, SOUTHIE AMERICAN RIVER, INCLUDES A LOT OF THE NEW GROWTH AREAS, BUT IS A PREDOMINANTLY, THE AREA WHERE AGRICULTURE OPEN SPACE, HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN IS NOW IN PLACE INCLUDES THE DELTA, AND SO I THINK THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE ISSUES ARE ONES THAT CAN BE APPLIED TO THIS AREA THERE ARE SOME SIMILARITIES AS WELL I WOULD SAY FOLKS CAN MEET CERTAIN CRITERIA FROM THE ONSET TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION,

WILLING TO ALLOW THEM TO DO THAT I AGREE CERTAINLY WITH ONE OF THE COMMENTERS THAT YES IT WILL REQUIRE AN INVESTMENT OF TIME AND ENERGY BY THOSE WHO WILL CONTINUE TO NOT ONLY RETRACT A PROJECT BUT AS STATED OPPOSITION TODAY WILL CONTINUE TO MAKE THOSE CONCERNS AND COMMENTS KNOWN THROUGH THE PROCESS AND IT IS NOT TO BE A WASTE OF TIME, BUT I DO THINK CERTAINLY THE RULES OF OUR GENERAL PLAN AND SO FORTH ALLOWING FOLKS TO MAKE APPLICATION IS CERTAINLY SOMETHING THAT IS WORTH CONSIDERING IN MY VIEW I’M PREPARED TO SUPPORT THE INITIATION OR THE APPLICATION TO ACCEPT THE INITIATION, BUT I THINK I WOULD JUST CLOSE THAT AS MR. SERNA ELOQUENTLY STATED, THIS IS PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK BECAUSE THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES IN THE LAND-USE PROCESS AND I IMAGINE IT IS GOING TO BE SEVERAL YEARS BEFORE THIS BOARD WOULD ACTUALLY SEE THIS FOR SOME CONSIDERATION THAT WOULD BE ACTUALLY HAVE THE FULL PLATE BEFORE US TO CONSIDER THE MERITS OR THE LACK THEREOF FOR THE PROJECT OF THIS MAGNITUDE >> THANK YOU ANYONE ELSE? WE HAVE A VERY HIGHLY QUALIFIED MOTION AND A SECOND >> ACTUALLY, SORRY, I JUST WANTED TO NOTE THAT ON THE RECOMMENDED ACTION, THE RESOLUTION WHICH IS BEFORE THE BOARD DOES THREE THINGS, INITIATE THE SPECIFIC PLAN, PROCESS, DIRECT THE PLANNING DIRECTOR TO ASSEMBLE AND CONVENE A TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND AUTHORIZE THE PLANNING DIRECTOR TO SIGN THE FUNDING AGREEMENT THOSE ARE ALL IN THE RESOLUTION, THE OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS I DON’T THINK ARE IN THE RESOLUTION THOSE ARE STILL RECOGNITION BEFORE THE BOARD BUT NOT WITHIN THAT RESOLUTION >> THANK YOU SUPERVISOR PETERS >> I APOLOGIZE MY BUTTON WASN’T WORKING I AM GOING TO SUPPORTTHE MOTION THE PROJECT HAS A LOT OF THINGS TO RECOMMEND IT, THE INFILL AND NEAR INFRASTRUCTURE, AND WE ARE LOOKING TO HAVE PROJECTS LIKE THAT THAT DON’T, THE KEY PEOPLE FROM DRIVING INTO SACRAMENTO TO WORK AND IT ALSO HAS SOME REAL CHALLENGES IN THE HABITAT AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE AREAS SO I LOOK FORWARD TO GETTING THE ANSWERS TO THOSE QUESTIONS AND MORE LATER DOWN THE ROAD >> SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI >> MR. CHAIRMAN, I WANTED TO HAVE TODD RESPOND TO THE PUBLIC OUTREACH PORTION >> THANK YOU SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI FOR THAT REMINDER I DO HAVE A COUPLE OF POINTS I WANT TO RESPOND TO I AM CATEGORIZING THEM INTO ESSENTIALLY THREE PARTS ONE IS THE NOTIFICATION PROCESS, WHETHER THAT IS THROUGH MAIL NOTICES OR OTHER MEANS, TWO IS THE FUNDING AGREEMENT CONCERNS AND ULTIMATELY THE INTEGRITY OF THE PROCESS SO STARTING WITH NOTIFICATION PROCESS STATE LAW REQUIRES US TO GO 500 FEET, THAT’S THE MINIMUM FOR PROJECTS OF THIS MAGNITUDE, TO EXPAND THAT SO WE REACH WHOEVER NEEDS TO BE REACHED, AND I APPRECIATE SUPERVISOR SERNA YOUR POINT EARLIER ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ELEMENT WE ARE LEARNING AS PART OF THAT PROCESS OUTREACH CAN BE DIFFERENT DEPENDING ON THE COMMUNITY WE ARE TRYING TO REACH NOT EVERYBODY SUBSCRIBES TO AN EMAIL LIST, NOT EVERYBODY PAYS CLOSE ATTENTION TO WHAT COMES IN THE MAIL SOME PEOPLE PAY MORE ATTENTION TO SOCIAL MEDIA OR THINGS LIKE THAT SEVERE LEARNING AS AGO AS PART OF THAT PROCESS THAT OUTREACH NEEDS TO BE DIFFERENT DEPENDING ON WHO WE ARE TRYING TO REACH >> CAN I INTERJECT BECAUSE WE HAVE AT LEAST ONE SPEAKER, GREG LOCKE, HE MENTIONED THAT HE HAD A FRIEND, I BELIEVE THAT WAS NOTICED THAT HE IS AND WEST SHORE HE DID NOT GET THE NOTICE THEY DID I SUSPECT THAT HAS TO DO WITH THE 500 FEET >> CORRECT TEXT AND WE CAN OBVIOUSLY EXPAND THE LIST HOWEVER BIG IT NEEDS TO BE TO REACH WHOEVER IT NEEDS TO REACH WE HAVE NO OBJECTION TO THAT >> AT MY INSISTENCE, I’M GOING TO TELL YOU RIGHT NOW THAT EITHER YOU FIGURE OUT WHAT THAT MAGIC NUMBER IS, WHETHER IT IS 1000 FEET, A QUARTER MILE, WHAT HAVE YOU, OR I’M GOING TO COME UP WITH AN APPROPRIATE DISTANCE OF MY OWN AND GIVE IT TO YOU >> NO PROBLEM >> THANK YOU FOR >> SO THAT IS THE NOTIFICATION PROCESS ONE THING I WANT TO MENTION, ANOTHER THING RELATED TO THAT, WE WILL BE SETTING UP A PROJECT WEBSITE WHERE WE WILL POST AVAILABLE INFORMATION ALONG THE WAY AND WE WILL BE ABLE TO SEND THAT OUT AND LET PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO FIND THAT INFORMATION REGARDING THE FUNDING AGREEMENTS, AND THIS IS CLOSELY

RELATED AT LEAST IN MY MIND TO THE INTEGRITY OF THE PROCESS, THE COMMENTOR RAISED THE QUESTION ABOUT THE PERCEPTION ESSENTIALLY THAT THIS ESSENTIALLY PAYS SALARIES SO THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT HAS WORKED, I THINK SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI MENTIONED THIS, FOR THE LAST COUPLE DECADES ON A FEE- FOR-SERVICE BASIS THIS IS NO DIFFERENT IN THAT IT COVERS NOT JUST THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT BUT OTHER STAFF DEPARTMENT TIME AND WITH ALL DUE RESPECT TO THE COMMENTOR, AND THE OPTICS OF THAT, I DO TAKE OFFENSE AS STAFF, AND AGAIN, I MEAN NO DISRESPECT TO THE INDIVIDUAL WHO RAISED THAT ISSUE, BUT FROM STAFF PERSPECTIVE, WE ARE NOT HERE TO DO DEVELOPERS WORK WE ARE HERE TO IMPLEMENT THE GENERAL PLAN WE ARE HERE TO DO WORK THAT BEST SERVES THE CITIZENS OF THE COUNTY AND OUR JOB IS TO PROVIDE A TRANSPARENT AND CONSISTENT INFORMATION TO THE DECISION- MAKERS THEMSELVES AS WELL AS THE PUBLIC AGAIN, I MEAN NO DISRESPECT TO THE INDIVIDUAL WHO MADE THAT COMMENT I JUST WANT THAT TO BE ON THE RECORD >> IN A SIMILAR VEIN, SOMEONE MENTIONED EARLIER TOO THE SALARIES OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEGREE ARE GETTING PAID WHATEVER WE ARE GETTING PAID BASED ON STATE LAW WE GET A PERCENT OF SALARIES SO I THINK IT IS ACTUALLY IN OUR CHARTER BUT WE ARE GETTING PAID WHAT WE GET PAID REGARDLESS OF WHETHER WE HAVE 10 PROJECTS IN FRONT OF US OR NO PROJECTS IN FRONT OF US >> RIGHT AND THERE ARE A FEW PROVISIONS IN THE FUNDING AGREEMENT THAT IDENTIFIES THAT THIS IS NOT A GUARANTEE OF A CERTAIN OUTCOME THERE IS NO GUARANTEE OF A SCHEDULE THERE ARE PROVISIONS FOR RESOLVING DISPUTES OR DISAGREEMENTS OVER TECHNICAL STUDIES THE COUNTY HAS THE OPTION TO PEER REVIEW, TO HIRE INDEPENDENT CONSULTANTS IF THERE IS AN ISSUE THAT NEEDS TO GET RESOLVED THAT WAY THAT’S WHAT IS CONSISTENT ON ALL OF OUR FUNDING AGREEMENTS WE HAVE ALL THOSE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO US >> ONE LAST THING AS TO THE MOTION WITH THE MOTION, I WANT TO ALSO GIVE CLEAR DIRECTION TO STAFF THAT ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS THAT RESONATED WITH ME IN TERMS OF THE COMMUNITY TRANSMITTALS WE RECEIVED, THE FIRST REQUEST FOR ANYTHING MEETING BECAUSE OF THE INCONVENIENCE OF BEING HERE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DAY I WANT US TO GIVE VERY THOUGHTFUL CONSIDERATION TO WHICH HEARINGS, MEETINGS, CAN BEATINGS THAT ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT THAT WILL OCCUR IN THE FUTURE, PERHAPS SOME OF THE MORE WATERSHED MOMENTS, IF WE EVEN GET THAT FAR AND THOSE I WANT SCHEDULED FOR THE EVENING SO THAT THE COMMUNITY HAS THE CONVENIENCE OF BEING HERE IF THEY SO CHOOSE AND THEY DON’T HAVE TO INTERRUPT THEIR WORK DAYS OR BEING AT SCHOOL OR WHAT HAVE YOU I THINK THAT IS A FAIR WAY TO MOVE FORWARD IN TERMS OF MAKING THIS AS TRANSPARENT AND OPEN AND WELCOMING A PROCESS FOR MY NEIGHBORS AND MY CONSTITUENTS AS POSSIBLE >> I JUST WANT TO CLARIFY ONE THING I DO APPRECIATE TODD SAYING ABOUT THE COMMENT THAT WAS MADE, BUT THE UNDERLYING ISSUE THERE IS THAT, IF THERE IS ANY INFORMATION THAT THE RESIDENTS NEED, WE ARE ABSOLUTELY AVAILABLE WHENEVER THEY WANT TO COME BY TO OUR OFFICE TO SEE WHAT WORK WE ARE DOING AND WHAT WE ARE BEING COMPENSATED FOR SO I WANT TO MAKE SURE TO THE PUBLIC YOUR TODAY THAT ANYTIME YOU WANT TO SEE THAT, WE CAN DO IT IT IS NOT THE FIRST TIME WE’VE HAD ISSUES LIKE THAT, SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI DISTRICT WE HAVE FOLKS COME UP WITH SIMILAR ISSUES WE’VE MADE THE SAME OFFER AND SOMETIMES >> Reporter: HAS TAKEN US UP ON IT ANYTHING THEY NEED TO SEE, WE WILL SHOW IT TO THEM BUT I WANT TO RECOMMIT TO THIS BOARD AND TO THE CITIZENS THAT ARE HERE THAT OUR OBLIGATION IS TO THE PROCESS TO BRING YOU THE BEST RECOMMENDATION IF IT IS BEING PAID SOME OF THE STUFF THAT GIVES THE APPEARANCE THAT OUR STAFF IS GETTING PAID FROM THE DEVELOPER, THAT DOES NOT COMPROMISE WHAT WE BRING BACK TO YOU, AND WE DO NOT BRING ANY BIAS INTO THE PROCESS ON WHO IS GIVING US THE MONEY TO GET THE REPORTS DONE >> IF I COULD JUST SAY, ANYTHING THAT BEARS OR LOGO SHOULD EITHER BE FITTED WITH OUR STAFF OR THERE SHOULD BE INFORMATION SO THAT WHEN THEY MAKE A FIRST CALL TO THE COUNTY, THEY CAN GET INFORMATION THAT IS ACCURATE AND THAT WE KNOW SO THERE IS NOT ANY DISCONNECT WITH REGARDS TO THAT WITH THE APPLICANTS DO, ON THEIR OWN TIME OR MONEY, AND HOW THEY DO THEIR OUTREACH, THAT IS ONE THING BUT I WOULD SAY THAT IS

CRITICAL BECAUSE THAT REFERENCES ME ANYTHING THAT BEARS THE COUNTY LOGO THAT HAS ANY OFFICIAL SANCTION OR PEOPLE TAKE THAT LIBERTY, THAT NEEDS TO BE IN CONSIDERATION >> SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI, OUR LOGO DID GET OUT AND I THINK THROUGH TODD AND PLANNING AND OUR COMMUNICATION OFFICE, THE APPLICANTS WERE TOLD THAT THE COUNTY LOGOS WERE COUNTY PRODUCT AND IF WE ARE GOING TO HAVE SOMETHING JOIN, THAT IS SOMETHING WE WILL BRING BACK TO THE BOARD SO THAT WAY IT IS TOTALLY TRANSPARENT ON WHAT WE ARE DOING AND NOT JUST ON BEHEST OF SOMEBODY >> MOTION TO SECOND? >> UNANIMOUS VOTE >> THANK YOU ALL FOR BEING HERE TODAY ITEM 39 WE ARE ONE HOUR 15 MINUTES BEHIND >> ITEM 39 IS RECOMMENDATION OF APPROVAL OF A ZONING CODE AMENDMENT TO AMEND CHAPTERS ONE AND SEVEN TO ADDRESS CONTINUATION OF USES MADE NONCONFORMING BY AMENDMENTS THE ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION IS EXEMPT >> IN THE YEARS AFTER ADOPTION THAT WERE PART OF THIS EFFORT STAFF FOUND THAT THE CONSOLIDATIONS RESULTED IN A NUMBER OF EXISTING USES BEING EITHER NO LONGER PERMITTED OR REQUIRING ENTITLEMENTS HOWEVER, IT DOES NOT APPEAR AS A RESULT WAS INTENTIONAL PLANNING STAFF WHO WORKED ON THE UPDATE BELIEVED THIS RESULTED FROM A POLICY DECISION TO ADOPT THE MOST CONSERVATIVE PERMITTING APPROACH FOR EACH CONSOLIDATED USE CATEGORY BUSINESSES THAT ARE NO LONGER PERMITTED OR REQUIRED ADDITIONAL ENTITLEMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO SECTION 193, WHICH IS NONCONFORMING USE OF LAND OR BUILDINGS SECTION 193 REQUIRES BUSINESSES TO OBTAIN WHAT IS CALLED A CERTIFICATE OF NONCONFORMING USE OR NCS TO CONTINUE OPERATION FIVE YEARS AFTER A ZONING CHANGE THE NCS PROCESS IS DESIGNED TO CONFER WHAT WE CALL L■EGAL NONCONFORMING STATUS FOR THESE BUSINESSES THE INTENT IS TO ENSURE THAT ALLOWING THE USE OR BUSINESS NOW CONSIDERED INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE ZONING DESIGNATION THAT IT IS IN, THE CONTINUATION WOULD NOT RESULT IN IMPACTS THE APPLICATION CAUSE FOR NCS IS CURRENTLY $1081.58, AND THE REVIEW PROCESS TAKES ABOUT 6 TO 8 WEEKS TO COMPLETE STAFF HAVE SENT NOTIFICATIONS TO AFFECTED BUSINESSES OWNERS DURING BUSINESS LICENSE RENEWAL SINCE 2016 ABOUT THIS PROCESS UNDERSTANDABLY, BUSINESS OWNERS HAVE EXPRESSED CONCERN REGARDING THE ADDITIONAL PERMITTING TRIGGERED, NOT NECESSARILY BY ISSUES WITH THEIR BUSINESS OR THEIR USE, BUT BY THIS ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE TO THE ZONING CODE IN RESPONSE TO THIS CONCERN, PLANNING STAFF IS BRINGING FORWARD ZONING CODE AMENDMENTS THAT WOULD ALLOW USES THAT MEET CERTAIN CRITERIA TO ESTABLISH THEIR LEGAL NONCONFORMING STATUS TO A GRANT OF A ZONING VERIFICATION LETTER THE USES THAT WOULD QUALIFY TO REQUEST THE ZONING VERIFICATION LETTER ARE THOSE THAT ARE NOT SUBJECT TO NEW OR ADDITIONAL USE STANDARDS AS PART OF A ZONING CODE AMENDMENT AND THAT ARE NOT LISTED IN THE ZONING CODE TABLE 3.7 WHICH SUBJECT TO SEPARATION REQUIREMENTS STAFF IS RECOMMENDING ZONING VERIFICATION LETTERS FOR THESE USES AS OPPOSED TO GOING THROUGH A CERTIFICATE OF NONCONFORMING USE BECAUSE THE ZONING VERIFICATION LETTER OFFERS A REASONABLE COMPROMISE

BETWEEN IMPOSITION OF COST AND TIME TO BUSINESS OWNERS AND THE ONGOING PRACTICE OF DOCUMENTING THE GRANDFATHERED STATUS OF BUSINESSES BOTH THE COUNTY AND BUSINESS AND PROPERTY OWNERS BENEFIT FROM HAVING A WRITTEN RECORD OF A USES LEGAL NONCONFORMING STATUS THE ZONING VERIFICATION LETTER IS SIMPLER AND FASTER THAN THE NCS PROCESS THE CURRENT FEE IS $165.11 AT ITS NOVEMBER 26 MEETING, THE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION VOTED TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE ZONING CODE AMENDMENT THE COMMISSION VOTED ALSO TO RECOMMEND WEAVING THE FEE FOR THE LETTER AS WELL THE COST IF THE FEE WERE TO BE WAIVED WOULD BE COVERED BY OUR GENERAL FUND ALLOCATION STAFF IT HAS INCLUDED BOTH OF THESE ITEMS IN THE RECOMMENDED ACTIONS OF THE BOARD LETTER WITH THAT, STAFF IS RECOMMENDING THAT THE BOARD TAKE THE ACTIONS AS OUTLINED IN THE BOARD LETTER, AND I AM HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE THANK YOU >> SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI >> THANK YOU MR. CHAIR AND THANK YOU JESSICA FOR YOUR PRESENTATION . IN THE STAFF REPORT YOUR SUMMATION GAVE A PRETTY ACCURATE PORTRAYAL OF WHAT OCCURRED THOSE THAT WERE HERE, SEVERAL OF US IN 2015, WHEN WE HEARD THE ZONING CODE UPDATE, WE WENT THROUGH SEVERAL HEARINGS AND HEARD THAT IF THERE WERE CLEANUP ITEMS, WE WOULD COME BACK AND SO FORTH AND I GUESS, THIS IS ONE OF THOSE ITEMS WHERE DIFFERENT USES REQUIRE SEPARATION, WHICH HE CALLED OUT HERE THOSE ARE SOME OF THE ONES THAT MAY HAVE OTHER ASPECTS TO THEM THAT MAY BE OF ISSUE IN A BUSINESS SETTING BUT THIS MAKES GOOD SENSE THIS WASN’T CREATED BY THE SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS WHO IN LARGE PART, PROBABLY 100 OR SO OF THEM, MAYBE 75 TO 100 >> 70 >> YEAH, THIS IS SOMETHING THAT I THINK THAT BY VIRTUE OF THE FACT OF THE ACTION THIS BOARD TOOK ON THE ZONING CODE, DEVELOPMENT CODE UPDATE WHICH WAS LONG OVERDUE THAT THE $165.11 BE SOMETHING WE BEAR AT THE COUNTY LEVEL FOR THIS WE SHOULDN’T CHARGE FOR THOSE LETTERS IT SEEMS TO ME AGAIN SOME OF THESE ARE SMALL BUSINESSES I JUST WANT TO BE CLEAR USES OF BUSINESS SERVICES THAT FOLDED IN WAS THAT OF AN EXAMPLE WHERE YOU HAD A LOCKSMITH THAT PREVIOUSLY DID IT WITH FIRE AND NOW DIDN’T CHANGE ANYTHING, DIDN’T CHANGE THE LOCKS ON HIS DOOR, HE OR SHE WAS THERE AND WE CHANGEDWHAT THE PRESCRIPTION WAS, AND SO THEREFORE, YOU KNOW, EVEN AT THE MINIMUM WOULD HAVE TO GET THE LETTER >> CORRECT >> THE SAME PLACE OF BUSINESS, DOING WHAT A LOCKSMITH DOES, AND $155 FOR THAT LETTER AT TODAY’S RATE SO I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WAS AN EXAMPLE SO IN MY VIEW, I SUPPORT THIS, BUT SECONDLY, I THINK IT’S A MODEST AMOUNT OF MONEY BUT WHEN I THINK THIS COUNTY NEEDS TO BEAR THE COST OF THAT AND INCUR THE CHARGES IT WASN’T CREATED — THEY DIDN’T CHANGE ANYTHING, WE DID THESE WERE NOT OBNOXIOUS USES OR SOMETHING PROBLEMATIC ROLL IT INTO THE BIGGER PICTURE THIS IS BASICALLY CLEANING UP SOME OF THE ITEMS THAT WERE TAKEN AS PART OF THE OVERALL PACKAGE IN 2015 >> SUPERVISOR PETERS >> IS THEIR MISSION I SUPPORT THAT I THINK THE COUNTY SHOULD WAIT WAIVE THE FEE >> WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND >> THANK YOU >> ITEM 40, THE PAVEMENT REPORT PRESENTATION >> GOOD AFTERNOON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TODAY’S ITEM IS THE PRESENTATION OF THE COUNTY PAVEMENT CONDITION REPORT THE REPORT WAS PREPARED BY NICHOLS CONSULTING ENGINEERS KNOWN AS NCE ABOUT A YEAR AGO, NCE WAS RETAINED TO UPGRADE THE COUNTIES PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WHICH TOOK A SIGNIFICANT EFFORT TO COMPLETE WE UPGRADED PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM THAT IS GIVEN US CAPABILITIES THAT WE NEVER HAD BEFORE IN MAKING DECISIONS ON COST ANALYSIS AND PAVEMENT TREATMENT OPTIONS WITH ME TODAY IS NCA NCE VICE

PRESIDENT TO GIVE YOU AN UPDATE ON THE STATUS OF OUR ROADWAY NETWORK, AND TO PRESENT THE PAVEMENT CONDITION REPORT AFTER HER PRESENTATION D.O.T STAFF THAT ARE HERE WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER QUESTIONS >> GOOD AFTERNOON AND SINCE I KNOW THAT THE SCHEDULE IS A LITTLE BIT LATE, I WILL TRY NOT TO DWELL ON THE DETAILS OF MY PRESENTATION JUST TO MAKE SURE I KNOW HOW TO OPERATE THIS THING I AM HERE TODAY TO GIVE YOU AN UPDATE ON WHERE WE ARE WITH THE COUNTY ROAD NETWORK JUST TO GIVE A QUICK OVERVIEW ONE OF THE THINGS WE WOULD LIKE TO DO IS GIVE A GRADE TO THE ROAD NETWORK SYSTEM AND I WILL EXPLAIN WHAT KIND OF GRADE WE ARE GOING TO DO AND PROBABLY THE MOST IMPORTANT PART TOWARDS THE END OF TALKING ABOUT THE FUNDING ANALYSIS AND THE NEEDS I PREPARED FOR YOU SO THE FIRST THING I WANTED TO SHARE WITH YOU IS, SACRAMENTO COUNTY HAS AN AWFULLY LARGE ROAD NETWORK ABOUT 4700 LANE MILES AND AS INDICATED IN THE STAFF REPORT, IF YOU WERE TO DRIVE EVERY SINGLE LANE OF EVERY SINGLE MILE ON EVERY SINGLE ROAD IN THE COUNTY WE WOULD BE IN IRELAND BY THE TIME WE WERE DONE IT IS THE EIGHTH LARGEST COUNTY ROAD NETWORK IN CALIFORNIA ON THIS TABLE I HAVE A LOT OF NUMBERS, BUT REALLY THE ONLY NUMBER I WANT TO LEAVE WITH YOU IS $5.5 BILLION IT IS NO SURPRISE THAT WITH AN ASSET VALUED AT THIS NUMBER, IT REQUIRES SOME FUNDING, SOME LEVEL OF FUNDING TO MAINTAIN IT IN EVERYTHING WE DO, WE LIKE TO GRADE THINGS SO WE USE SOMETHING CALLED THE PCR, PATIENT PAPER CONDITION INDEX 03 100 WITH 100 BEING EXCELLENT AND ZERO BEING VERY POOR YOU CAN SEE ON THIS TABLE HERE THAT WE HAVE GIVEN YOU SOME BREAKDOWNS OF WHAT THOSE DESCRIPTIONS ARE AS WELL AS AN ESTIMATE OF HOW LONG, HOW OLD THE ROAD WOULD BE BY THE TIME IT REACHES CERTAIN CATEGORIES I WANTED TO SHARE WITH YOU SOME PHOTOGRAPHS BECAUSE I THINK THAT ACTUALLY ILLUSTRATES WHAT THE PCR LOOK LIKE THIS IS A ROAD YOU CAN SEE IT IS ACTUALLY IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE ONE LITTLE CRACK GOING DOWN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD, A LITTLE BIT OF TRAVELING ON THE SIDES, BUT OTHERWISE NICE AND SMOOTH IF ALL OF US WERE DRIVING ON THIS, IF THE ROAD OUTSIDE MY HOUSE LOOK THIS GOOD, WE WOULD PROBABLY BE PRETTY HAPPY AND AS TIME GOES ON, AND THE IMPACTS OF TRAFFIC AND THEY ARE CLIMATE, ROADS DETERIORATE, HERE YOU HAVE PCF 59 IF YOU LOOK CLOSELY YOU CAN SEE THE ROAD LOOKS MORE GRAY, WHICH MEANS IT IS OXIDIZING AND GETTING HARDER AND THAT MEANS IT IS MORE BRITTLE WHICH MEANS CRACKS BEGIN TO FORM AND IS CRACKS FORM, THEN THE PAVEMENT BEGINS TO DETERIORATE YOU CAN SEE SOME CRACKING BEGINNING TO SHOW UP HERE AND IF WE DON’T DO ANYTHING, WE LET IT CONTINUE, YOU CAN SEE NOW THE EXTENSIVE CRACKING AND IT IS NOT JUST ANY CRACKING THIS IS ALLIGATOR CRACKING, WHAT I CAN TELL YOU THAT MEANS THAT IT IS STRUCTURAL FAILURE IN OTHER WORDS, THE THICKNESS OF THE ASPHALT HAS BEEN COMPROMISED FROM THE TOP ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE BOTTOM AND REALLY WHAT THAT MEANS, FOR MINE AN FINANCIAL POINT OF VIEW, IS THAT THE REPAIR IS QUITE EXPENSIVE SO WHAT THE COUNTY TRIES TO USE AS A TOOL CALLED THE PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND LIKE ALL TOOLS, TRIES TO ANSWER SEVERAL QUESTIONS LOTS OF ACADEMIC DEFINITIONS, BUT I LIKE TO THINK OF IT AS A FAIRLY SIMPLISTIC WAY OF ASKING THESE QUESTIONS WHAT DO WE OWN, HOW MANY MILES OF ROASTED WE HAVE AND WHAT IS IT VALUED AT, WHICH IS ABOUT 5.5 BILLION WHAT CONDITION IS IT IN, AND I WILL SHOW YOU CHARTS LATER IT UNFORTUNATELY, THE ROAD NETWORK IS NOT A GREAT CONDITION AND THEN, BUT PROBABLY FOR THE LAST TWO BULLETS ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT WHERE DO WE NEED TO PUT THE REPAIRS AND HOW MUCH DO WE NEED TO MAINTAIN THEM AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF SERVICE? SO TO GIVE YOU SOME BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT WE STARTED WORKING WITH THE PUBLIC WORKS D.O.T STAFF BACK IN 2017 TO LOOK AT UPGRADING SOFTWARE AS WELL AS LOOKING AT ROAD CONDITIONS AND LAST YEAR WE COMPLETED REEVALUATING THE ENTIRE ROAD NETWORK AND THEN WE DEVELOPED THE MAINTENANCE STRATEGIES TO FIGURE OUT WHAT WE NEED TO FIX AND WE KNOW, BEGINNING IN THIS

WHOLE PROCESS, WE KNEW WE WERE NOT GOING TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO BE LOOKED AT IN TWO WAYS HOW MUCH DID WE NEED, BUT ALSO GIVEN THE EXISTING MONEY, WHAT CAN WE DO TO STRETCH THOSE DOLLARS AND SO THOSE MAINTENANCE STRATEGIES ARE INTENDED TO FIND WAYS TO STRETCH EXISTING DOLLARS WE HAVE AND I THINK ANY DISCUSSION ABOUT ROADS AND MONEY NEEDS TO SPEND A LITTLE BIT OF TIME ON THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT I THINK MOST OF YOU ARE PROBABLY FAMILIAR WITH THE FACT THAT MOST TRANSPORTATION MONEY COMES IN THE GAS TAX THE CALIFORNIA GAS TAX WAS RAISED FIRST AND EARLY 1990S 1990S ABOUT $.18 PER GALLON AND THIS IS KIND OF FLUCTUATED A LITTLE BIT OVERTIME THAT I THINK ONE OF THE THINGS THAT IS PROBABLY MOST TELLING IS THE CHARGE FROM CALTRANS IT SAYS THAT AFTER $.18 PER GALLON THAT WE FIRST PASS IN THE 1990S BY THE TIME 2014 CAME AROUND, IT WAS REALLY ONLY WORTH ABOUT HALF ITS PURCHASING POWER DUE TO THE IMPACTS OF INFLATION AS WELL AS THE FACT THAT CARS HAVE BECOME MUCH MORE FUEL- EFFICIENT SO THAT DROP THE REVENUE PIECE THE OTHER SIDE OF THE EQUATION IS THE COST OF CONSTRUCTION IF YOU LOOK AT THIS CHART, THIS IS DATA COLLECTED BY CALTRANS THIS IS THE COST OF ESSENTIALLY ASPHALT BASICALLY TO SQUEEZE THE EFFORTS OF THE D.O.T WHAT IT CAN DO IN TERMS OF MAINTAINING THE ROAD SYSTEM SO IF YOU LOOK AT THE FUNDING THE LAST 10 YEARS YOU CAN SEE IT IS FLUCTUATING MONEY COMES FROM MULTIPLE SOURCES BUT THE GAS TAX AS STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING AS WELL BUT THE KEY IS THAT IT’S A LITTLE VOLATILE IT FLUCTUATES AND THAT ON AVERAGE WE HAVE GOT ABOUT $10 MILLION >> CAN YOU GO BACK TO THE FARE, PLEASE? YOU HAVE CATEGORIES FOR THE SACRAMENTO HOUSING AND REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AGES SORRY YOU HAVE A CATEGORY FOR STATE AND FEDERAL WHEN YOU HAVE HS RA UP THERE, I ASSUME YOU MEAN BLOCK GRANT FUNDING >> CORRECT >> TELL ME HOW THIS IS — THE STATE AND FEDERAL DOESN’T DOUBLE COUNT CBD G >> IT’S FWH MONEY SEPARATE DEPARTMENT >> OKAY BUT THE SHR MONEY SHOULD BE NOTED THAT HIS PASTOR MONEY FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT >> THAT’S A GOOD POINT, YES >> YOU MIGHT WANT TO STAY ON THAT SLIDE WE HAVE SOME QUESTIONS SUPERVISOR PETERS >> THANK YOU >> OKAY >> IT’S EASY TO SEE ON THIS CHART, HOW MUCH FEDERAL FUNDING HAS BEEN REDUCED BASICALLY, 2-0. DO YOU HAVE A MOMENT TO EXPLAIN WHAT THAT IS, IF ANYONE IS PAYING ATTENTION? >> THE FEDERAL GAS TAX HAS NOT INCREASED EITHER BUT FOR THE LAST 20 YEARS CALIFORNIA HAS BEEN MORE SUCCESSFUL AT RAISING IT THAN THE FEDS MOST OF THE FEDERAL FUNDING THAT COMES COASTER CALTRANS STATE AND LOCAL, STATEWIDE, CITIES AND COUNTIES, ONLY ABOUT 10% OF FUNDING COMES FROM FEDERAL SOURCES IT HAS NOT BEEN THE PRIMARY SOURCE >> THAT’S NOT TRUE, ACCORDING TO YOUR GRAPH THE FIRST FIVE YEARS, THERE’S QUITE A BIT OF FUNDING >> THOSE CAME FROM THE ARRA WHEN WE GOT A SIGNIFICANT CHUNK OF MONEY FROM THE FEDS TO JUMPSTART THE SHOVEL READY PROJECTS AFTER THE RECESSION, BUT IF WE LOOK AT IT OVER A 20- YEAR TIME FRAME, IT HAS USUALLY BEEN IN THE 10% RANGE >> OKAY I THINK WE NEED A MORE CLEAR ANSWER WHEN IT GETS DISSEMINATED >> I THINK WE CAN PROVIDE MORE THE POINT SHE IS MAKING IS ACCURATE THAT HISTORICALLY WHEN YOU LOOK AT IT, THERE’S NOT A WHOLE LOT OF STATE AND FEDERAL MONEY THAT’S COMING THERE IS A COMPLICATION THAT THE SOURCE HAS NOT GROWN, EITHER BECAUSE THE BUYING POWER HAS COME DOWN BUT WE CAN GIVE YOU MORE DETAIL >> OKAY >> THANK YOU >> BACK TO THE SAME GRAPH, PLEASE >> THIS ONE? OKAY >> BECAUSE AGAIN I THINK THERE ARE SOME THINGS THAT ARE MISSING HERE OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS, YOU ONLY SHOW $3.3 MILLION LOCAL THAT’S GAS TAX WE PUT TIM LYNN DOLLARS OF GENERAL FUND IN THREE SUCCESSIVE YEARS IF I’M NOT MISTAKEN THAT MONEY NEEDS TO SHOW THERE THAT SHOULD BE ANOTHER BOX THAT WAS A HISTORICAL MOVE IT MAY BE WELL SHORT OF WHAT’S NEEDED BUT THERE IS GENERAL

FUND DOLLARS THAT NEEDS TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR SPECIFICALLY FOR PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE >> I NOTICED WHEN THE GRAPH WAS UP THERE, WE WILL FIX THAT GRAPH >> IF I LOOK AT 16-17, IT WAS ALMOST HALF OF ALL THE MONEY WE HAD IN THE POT FOR THAT PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE THAT YEAR, AND I THINK IT’S A SIGNIFICANT — AGAIN, IT NEEDS TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR SECONDLY, THIS SHOWS FOR PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE BUT THERE ARE FEDERAL DOLLARS WE HAD $37 MILLION IN BRIDGE REPLACEMENT MONEY THAT WE HAVE TO MATCH FOR I DON’T KNOW HOW THAT GET ACCOUNTED FOR BUT IT HASN’T ALL COME TO US YET THEY ARE THERE WAITING FOR US TO DRAW DOWN ON YOU SHOW IN YEARS 1314, 14-15, 16-17, I DON’T KNOW ABOUT 18- 19, YOU DON’T SHOW THOSE NUMBERS IF THIS IS ENTIRELY PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE, I GET IT BUT THERE ARE FEDERAL DOLLARS, GAS TAX DOLLARS OR WHATEVER FUNDS STILL COMING BACK TO THIS COUNTY FOR OTHER ASPECTS OF THE ROAD SYSTEM, AND BRIDGES ARE PART OF THAT THIS IS KIND OF A SUMMARY BUT IT NEEDS TO BE ACCURATE THIS IS THE INFORMATION WE ARE TAKING TO THE FOLKS IN OUR COMMUNITY AND I DON’T WANT TO SHORT SELL OR OVERSELL IT >> I THINK WE WILL ABSOLUTELY GET THE GENERAL FUND PIECE IN HERE BUT THE MAIN POINT IS THIS IS JUST PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE IT’S NOT THE TOTALITY OF WHAT’S COMING IN WHAT WE WERE TRYING TO LOOK FOR IS ON PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT, WHAT KIND OF RESOURCES WE HAVE WE KNOW THE ROAD CONDITIONS ARE NOT GOOD SO WE ARE SETTING THE STAGE TO KIND OF GIVE YOU AN IDEA ABOUT THE LACK OF RESOURCES THAT HAVE COME IN AND NOT ONLY THAT, THE VOLATILITY THAT YOU SEE GOING UP AND DOWN AT THE ESTIMATED POINT WE ARE TRYING TO GET TO YOU ON THIS SLIDE BUT WE WILL CORRECT THE GENERAL FUND AND GET YOU THE RIGHT INFORMATION >> THANKS >> ALL THE DOLLARS WE’RE TALKING ABOUT — SORRY >> WE WOULD REALLY LIKE A FURTHER EXPLANATION ON HOW FEDERAL FUNDING DISAPPEARED FOR TWO YEARS AND THEN CAME BACK FOR A YEAR AND THEN DISAPPEARED FOR A YEAR >> WE WILL DO THAT >> THANK YOU >> YOU MAY CONTINUE >> OBVIOUSLY, I THINK THE BIG NEWS IN THE TRANSPORTATION AND PAVING WORLD IS S.P.1, WHICH THE GOVERNOR SIGNED INTO LEGISLATION BACK IN 2017 THAT ADDED AN ADDITIONAL 11.7 CENTS PER GALLON AND MORE IMPORTANTLY INFLATION SO WE SEE THAT AS A BIG REVENUE SOURCE FOR PAVING MAINTENANCE ONE OF THE THINGS WE ALSO WANTED TO TALK ABOUT THAT WAS THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT WE WANT TO MOVED TO WHERE SACRAMENTO IS TODAY IF WE LOOK AT THE CONDITION OF THE ROADS ON THIS CHART, WHAT WE DID WAS WE TRIED TO COMPARE ALL THE NEIGHBORING CITIES WITHIN THE COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO, AS WELL AS SOME OF THE LARGER COUNTIES IN CALIFORNIA TO GIVE YOU A SENSE OF WHERE THE CONDITIONS ARE SACRAMENTO COUNTY IS AN AVERAGE 50 IT’S AT THE LOWER THIRD OF ALL THESE JURISDICTIONS WE ARE USING TO COMPARE THE CITY OF SACRAMENTO IS IN THE UPPER 30s IT’S A LITTLE BIT BETTER THAN THE COUNTY I THINK HERE, I WANT TO PAUSE FOR A SECOND MANY PEOPLE ASK ME WHERE SHOULD WE BE IN TERMS OF THE PCI WHERE IS A GOOD NUMBER? WHAT I CAN SHARE WITH YOU IS THAT IS A POLICY DECISION, AND FIND OUT WHAT I MEAN IS AS A PAVEMENT ENGINEER I CAN SHARE WITH YOU THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE POLICY IF YOU WERE TO TELL ME AS A COUNTY, WE WANT OUR PCI TO BE AT 70, I CAN GIVE YOU THE FINANCIAL NEEDS TO GET THERE IF YOU WANT TO BE A 50, I CAN SHARE WITH YOU WHAT THAT NUMBER IS GOING TO BE WHERE YOU WANT TO BE IS DEPENDENT ON WHAT YOUR CONSTITUENTS WANT AND WHAT YOUR BUSINESSES AND RECREATIONAL TOURISM, AND SUCH THEY ARE VERY DIFFERENT STANDARDS IF I GO TO ORANGE COUNTY, THEIR POLICY IS TO BE AT 85 COACHES EXTERNALLY HIGH IN FACT, IT’S ONE OF THE HIGHEST IN THE STATE IF I WERE TO GO TO LAKE COUNTY, THEY WOULD LIKE TO BE AT 65 THEY ARE AT 40 RIGHT NOW YOU CAN SEE WERE THAT NUMBER IS DEPENDS VERY MUCH ON WHERE WE ARE AND WHAT CONTEXT WE ARE IN, THE AMENDMENT WE ARE IN AND WHAT WE WANT TO ACHIEVE WHAT WE’RE GOING TO SHARE HIS IN OUR FUNDING ANALYSIS, CONSEQUENCES AT DIFFERENT LEVELS >> SUPERVISOR NATOLI >> I GUESS I AM CURIOUS I CERTAINLY KNOW HOW WE COMPARE WITH SOME OF THE CITIES IN THE COUNTY OF A SACRAMENTO, THREE OF THE LARGER CITIES, BUT NOT ALL OF THEM I GUESS I AM CURIOUS FOR SURROUNDING COUNTIES I REFERENCED THIS LAST WEEK IF I GO ACROSS THE COUNTY WENT TO SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, IT’S A NIGHT AND DAY DIFFERENCE IN PAVEMENT CONDITION SO WHERE DOES SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY FALL IN THIS? AGAIN RECOGNIZING RURAL COUNTIES MAY HAVE GRAVEL ROADS

WE HAVE A FEW IN THIS COUNTY BUT FOR THE COUNTIES THAT TOUCH US, CONTRA COSTA, SOLANO, YOLO, SUDAR, PLACER COUNTY, EL DORADO, AMADOR, RECOGNIZING EACH IS DIFFERENT, I AM CURIOUS THAT WOULD BE A MORE HELPFUL COMPARISON THAN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY OR ORANGE COUNTY, OR ANYWHERE ELSE >> I HAVE THAT DATA I CAN SHARE THAT WITH YOU >> I THINK WE WILL GET YOU A CHART I THINK ONE REASON WE WANTED TO SHOW YOU A LITTLE BIT OF THIS IS GIVEN HOW BIG OUR SYSTEM IS, THAT’S HOW SOME OF THESE LARGER COUNTIES GOT INTO THE EQUATION BUT YOUR POINT IS WELL TAKEN WE SHOULD HAVE ANOTHER ONE JUST FOR THE SURROUNDING COUNTIES WE WILL GET TO THAT >> JUST TO THAT POINT, AND TO OUR PRESENTER, YOU SAY WE ARE THE EIGHTH LARGEST SYSTEM IN THE NATION >> IN THE STATE >> IN THE STATE, SO WHERE DO WE RANK IN PCI OF THOSE EIGHT? ARE WE DEAD LAST? >> NO, LAKE COUNTY MIGHT BE DEAD LAST >> THEY ARE BIGGER? >> NO, THEY ARE ONE OF THE SMALLER COUNTIES BUT THE PCI IS THE LOWEST >> I THINK SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI IS ASKING OF THE TOP EIGHT, HOW DO WE RANK THERE? >> YOU MIGHT BE TOWARDS THE BOTTOM PART OF THAT SCALE >> I THINK WE ARE >> I WOULD HAVE TO PULL OUT MY TABLE TO LOOK >> I THINK THE OTHER SAND POINT — >> DON’T SUGARCOAT IT >> I THINK WE ARE AT THE BOTTOM THE POINT HERE IS PARTICULARLY THE CITY OF FOLSOM AND OAK GROVE OF THE BORTLES, THOSE ARE — THAT HAD MORE RECENT DEVELOPMENTS SO A LOT OF THEIR PCI IS IN A MUCH BETTER STATE WE JUST WANTED TO ILLUSTRATE THERE IS THIS OLD VERSUS NEW WHEN YOU GET INTO OUR URBANIZED AREA THOSE ARE OLDER ONES, BUT WE DO GET COMPARED TO THE OTHER ONES THAT’S WHAT WE ARE TRYING TO SHOW YOU RESULTS THE DIFFERENCE THERE >> SUPERVISOR PETERS >> I JUST WANTED TO EMPHASIZE THE REASON SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI WAS ASKING ABOUT ROUNDING COUNTIES IS BECAUSE THAT’S WHERE THE PEOPLE WE REPRESENT LIFE THEY ARE IN SAN JOAQUIN OR PLACER COUNTY FOR SOME REASON, SO THAT’S WHAT THEY COMPARED TO WHEN THEY ARE IN MUCH BETTER CONDITION THAN WE ARE, IT’S HARD TO EXPLAIN IT WOULD BE GOOD INFORMATION TO HAVE >> THAT CUTS BOTH WAYS I CHALLENGE ANYONE TO DRIVE NORTH ON THE GARDEN HIGHWAY TO THE CENTRE COUNTY LINE YOU KNOW WHEN YOU HIT THE CENTRE COUNTY LINE YOUR TEETH BEGIN TO SHATTER >> SEND THINGS WHEN YOU GO YELLOW ON THE DELTA SIDE >> I CERTAINLY HAVE THAT DATA >> OKAY, X >> THE OTHER THING WE WANTED TO SHARE WITH YOU HELD A BIT WAS THE AVERAGE PCI WAS BY DISTRICT IT’S PRETTY CONSISTENT IT’S ALL IN THE 50s, BUT I THINK THE PART WE WANTED TO SEE US INDIVIDUALLY, THE BREAKDOWN IS A LITTLE DIFFERENT, SO IF YOU LOOK AT DISTRICT 1, FOR INSTANCE, THERE IS A HIGHER PERCENTAGE OF VOTES LETTER IN GOOD SHAPE THAT’S THE GREEN PART IN DISTRICT 3, A LOWER PERCENTAGE OF ROADS ARE IN GOOD SHAPE >> 50% GOOD SHAPE >> AND I THINK THE POINT WE WANTED TO MAKE HERE IS WE CAN’T HAVE A ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL MAINTENANCE POLICY, SO INDIVIDUALLY, WHAT D.O.T STAFF WOULD BE LOOKING AT AS THE RIGHT TYPE OF STRATEGY TO ADDRESS THE DIFFERENT NEEDS IN EACH DISTRICT >> SUPERVISOR SERNA >> IF YOU STAM ETCHARDT, AND I’M GOING TO SPEAK TO THIS LATER, BUT I THINK THE MORE ACCURATE WAY TO DEPICT THIS IS TO WAY IT MY DISTRICT IS VERY DIFFERENT THAN DISTRICT 3 IN TERMS OF COUNTY MAINTAINED LANE MILEAGE I HAVE VERY LITTLE COMPARED TO SUPERVISOR PETERS’S DISTRICT SO UNDERSTANDING THE ORDER AND MAGNITUDE IN TERMS OF THE EXTENT OF THE CHALLENGE, IT’S BOTH THE CONDITION OF ANY GIVEN ROADWAY, BUT IT’S ALSO THE WEIGHTED-AVERAGE CONDITION OF ALL THE ROADWAYS IN THAT DISTRICT, SO NEXT TIME YOU SHOW A SITE LIKE THIS, PLEASE WAITED BY THE MILEAGE IN THE DISTRICT THAT’S MORE ACCURATE >> YEAH, AND I ACTUALLY HAVE SOMETHING PERHAPS A LITTLE MORE REPRESENTATIVE I CAN SHARE THIS ON THIS IS A CHART THAT LOOKS AT FUNDING NEEDS BY DISTRICT YOU CAN SEE THIS IS WEIGHTED BY THE NUMBER OF ROADS YOU HAVE DISTRICT 3 IN THE MIDDLE CLEARLY HAS THE MOST UNFUNDED BACKLOG AND THEN DISTRICT 1 BEING THE SMALLEST DISTRICT HAS THE LEAST

I THINK THAT’S KIND OF WHAT YOU’RE GETTING AT >> YES, THANK YOU >> SUPERVISOR FROST >> THAT DOESN’T MAKE SENSE IN THIS SLIDE BEFORE, IT INDICATED DISTRICT 4 HAD MORE ROADS IN POOR CONDITION IS NOT JUST RESIDENTIAL ROADS, OR YOU ARE JUST TALKING ABOUT PROJECTS THAT HAVE BEEN TARGETED TO BE FUNDED THAT ARE NOT QUITE FUNDED? >> THIS IS THE TOTALITY OF THE ROADS IN THE DISTRICT DISTRICT 4 HAS A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF ROADS THAT NEED TO BE RECONSTRUCTED, REFLECTING THE RED PART OF THE BAR THERE >> BUT THEN THE CHART THAT YOU SHOWED AFTER THIS ONE — >> YES >> INDICATES THAT DISTRICT 3 HAS THE MOST UNFUNDED >> THAT’S JUST BECAUSE IT HAS MORE ROADS >> IN THE UNINCORPORATED? >> YES >> IT’S JAKE’S TAKES OUT FOLSOM, CITRUS HEIGHTS >> OBVIOUSLY, DISTRICT 3 HAS 1750 LANE MILES DISTRICT 5 IS MIXED WITH 1367 I THINK ANOTHER PIECE OF THIS IS THE SUBURBAN, OLDER SUBURBAN VERSUS RURAL WE WILL GET INTO THAT LATER ON WITH SOME QUESTIONS I HAVE BECAUSE I LOOK AT THE RURAL LOOK AT THINGS SOUTH OF JACKSON HIGHWAY ALL THE WAY TO THE SCHUERMANN ISLAND, YOU KNOW, YOU’RE NOT GOING TO FIND VERY MUCH BLUE YOU CERTAINLY SEE A LOT OF RED AND YELLOW I THINK THE DISCUSSION HERE NOT ONLY ABOUT SHORTFALLS, BUT ALSO IN LANE MILES RECOGNIZING THE DIFFERENCE DENSITY MAY BE DIFFERENT BUT THE CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT RED AND YELLOW, WHICH ARE A CONCERN TO ALL OF US, OBVIOUSLY, WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE PORTION OF THAT, YOU KNOW, WHEN DISTRICT 3 AND FIVE, WHEN YOU TAKE COMBINED, YOU’VE GOT PROBABLY 3000, 3100 LANE MILES, AND HALF OF THOSE LANE MILES — TO TAKE THOSE BASICALLY IN FAILING, POOR, OR YOU KNOW, VERY POOR CONDITION THAT’S CONCERNING BECAUSE IT BASICALLY SAYS YOU HAVE 1600 LANE MILES IN THOSE TWO DISTRICT ALONE, MEANING I AM NOT EXCLUDING THOSE THREE DISTRICTS BUT A DOMINANT NUMBER OF LANE MILES THAT BACKLOG IS EXTREME WHEN I SEE THE AMOUNT OF MONEY GOING IN ON THE SO THE CHARTS, I DON’T KNOW HOW AND WHERE YOU WOULD EVER GET CAUGHT UP THAT CONCERNS ME BECAUSE IF YOU ARE GOING TO USE LANE MILES AND PCI, IN SOME CASES I WOULD TAKE THE 40 PCI GLADLY YOU TELL ME BUT SOME OF THOSE ROADS WE LOOKED AT IN RECENT TIMES, IF THEY MAKE 10, THEY ARE DOING GOOD AGAIN, THEY’RE GOING TO REQUIRE TOTAL RECONSTRUCTION >> I THINK THAT’S THE MAIN POINT TODAY IS STATING THE OBVIOUS WE KNOW WE’VE GOT A BIG PROBLEM WITH THIS, BUT EACH DISTRICT, THERE ARE ISSUES AND DISTRICT 3 DOES HAVE THE MOST MILES OUR CHALLENGE IS TO FIND THE FUNDING FOR IT, AND I THINK OF THE END WE’RE GOING TO TRY TO EXPLORE IDEAS, WHAT DO WE NEED TO DO, BE IT SALES TAX, FEDERAL MONEY WHAT DO WE NEED TO DO TO GO SHAKE A MONEY TREE TO BRING MONEY BACK INTO THE SYSTEM >> CAN I FOLLOW UP WHILE YOU WERE SPEAKING, ONE THING OCCURRED TO ME I MENTIONED THIS TO RON ON THE PHONE WE USE PCI AS A MEASURE BUT I THINK ONE OF THE THINGS WE NEED TO TRACK, CERTAINLY 311 CALLS EACH OF US CALLS THOSE IN FREQUENTLY POTHOLES AND SO FORTH, BUT THE CLAIMS FOR REIMBURSEMENT AGAIN, PROBABLY IN THE LAST SIX WEEKS I’VE SEEN THREE OR FOUR AND AGAIN, PEOPLE SENDING PICTURES OF IN, WHERE THEY HAVE POPPED TIRES, PUNCTURED RIMS OTHER DAMAGES I DON’T KNOW IF THERE’S ANY TRACKING OF THOSE, AT ALL BUT I GOT TO IMAGINE AS THE SYSTEM CONTINUES TO DETERIORATE, WE MUST BE SEEING AN INCREASE IN CLAIMS, AND HOPEFULLY WE ARE BEING RESPONSES RESPONSIBLE AND THERE’S SOME RESPONSIBILITY WE KNOW ABOUT POTHOLES AND KEPT IT TO THEM FAST ENOUGH THOSE OUT TO BE MEASURES, TOO BECAUSE IT BEGINS TO SHOW IMPACT TO RESIDENTS, MOTORISTS, USERS OF OUR ROADS, AND SOME FOLKS MAY JUST BLOW IT OFF AND SAY THAT’S JUST THE CONDITION >> WE ARE TRACKING 311 WE GOT A FAIRLY GOOD, ROBUST SYSTEM GOING FOR CLAIMS IS AN EXCELLENT STARTING TO LOOK AT WHAT IS THAT DOING TO OUR RISK MANAGEMENT SIDE, BUT THAT’S A VERY GOOD SUGGESTION WE ARE NOT AS ROBUST IN

TRACKING IT, BUT WHAT WE WILL DO IS TRACK AND MAKE SURE THAT TRANSPORTATION IS GETTING ALL OF THAT INFORMATION BESIDES THE PCI COMPONENT >> MAYBE, THAT’S A CONSCIOUS CHOICE YOU PAY THE CLAIMS BECAUSE YOU CAN’T FIX THE ROADS >> I DON’T WANT TO GIVE UP YET >> [ LAUGHTER ] >> THE NEXT PART OF THIS PRESENTATION IS LOOKING AT ALL THE CONSEQUENCES OVER THE NEXT 10 YEARS OR SO WITH THE MONEY THAT WE DO HAVE ON THIS TABLE, REFLECTS THE DIFFERENT SOURCES OF FUNDING FOR PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE AS YOU CAN SEE S.P.1 AS HUGE IT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE WE ESTIMATE IN THE 23 TWO AS HIGH AS $25 MILLION DEPENDING ON THE YEAR BALL ON AVERAGE REASSUME $23 MILLION WE ALSO GOT MONEY COMING IN FROM THE CIP PROGRAM, THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, AND YOU CAN SEE THERE IS A LOW AND A HIGH IN OTHER WORDS,, SOME YEARS WHERE THERE ARE A LOT OF PROJECTS AND ACIP THAT INVOLVE PAVING, THE ROADS BENEFIT FROM THAT, SO WE ASSUME A HIGH OF FIVE AND A LOW OF 2. THE COUNT’S INHOUSE CREWS ALSO HAVE PAVING IN THEIR AND SACOG IS ESTIMATED BETWEEN $3 MILLION AND $5 MILLION FOR IT NOW IN OUR ANALYSIS, WE USE A LOW OF 30 AND A HIGH OF 35 WITH THESE EXISTING FUNDING SOURCES >> OKAY, SUPERVISOR FROST >> WHICH ONE OF THOSE POTS DOES THE VEHICLE WEIGHT FEE — DON’T WE GET VEHICLE WEIGHT FEES FOR REPAIRING ROADS? >> RON? >> DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION ALL OF THE SBU 1 FUNDING FOR THE GAS TAX, AND FOR THE LICENSING FEES ARE ALL WRAPPED INTO S.P.1 THAT’S WHAT YOU’RE REFERRING TO >> WE WERE GETTING THOSE BEFORE >> THE FEES? >> YEAH THE VEHICLE WEIGHT FEES, AND AUTO REGISTRATION, AND ALL THOSE DIFFERENT POTS OF MONEY >> I WOULD HAVE TO DEFER TO RON >> WE DO NOT HAVE ANY WEIGHT FEES THAT ARE GROWING INTO THE PAVEMENT THEMSELVES THE WEIGHT FEES THAT WE GET GO TO PAY OFF BONDS AND DO NOT COME INTO OUR FUNDING FOR THE OVERLAY PROGRAM >> WHAT THEY WERE ORIGINALLY SUPPOSED TO BE REINVESTED INTO ROADS? THAT WAS THE INTENTION, RIGHT? THAT WAS THE INTENTION OVER TIME? >> DAN SHARON WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION THE WEIGHT FEES, WHICH YOU ARE CORRECT, THEY’VE BEEN AROUND FOR MANY YEARS NOW, OUR CURRENT LAND HAVE BEEN, FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS, BEEN FOCUSED BY THE FULL THE STATE ON PAYING OFF THE BONDS FROM PROPOSITION ONE A AND 1B, WHICH BUILDS A LOT OF TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE STARTING BACK IN 2006 S.P.1 DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY PROVISIONS TO RESTORE THAT TO PAYING FOR OR GOING INTO THE STATE HIGHWAY ACCOUNT TO GO TOWARDS PAYING FOR PAVEMENT REPAIRS AND THOSE OF THE STATE LEVEL AND UP THE LOCAL LEVEL, SO THAT’S REALLY KIND OF THE STATUS OF WEIGHT FEES AT THIS POINT IN TIME >> WHAT ABOUT CAP AND TRADE ARE WE GETTING ANY — IS THERE ANY POSSIBILITY — THERE’S HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN CAP AND TRADE SO FAR, NONE OF THE CAP AND TRADE FUNDS HAVE BEEN PROPOSED TO GO TOWARDS MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION >> SUPERVISOR PETERS >> ON THIS SLIDE, I DON’T DISAGREE WITH THE TOTALS, BUT THIS WAS SUPPOSED TO BE FUNDING SOURCES FOR PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE THE CIP AND FOR’S ACCOUNT — THEY AREN’T REALLY FUNDING SOURCES ISN’T THIS REALLY GENERAL FUND? >> NO, IT’S ROAD FUND >> THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, ROAD FUND WE USE FOR GENERAL MAINTENANCE WORK >> UNDERSTAND WHAT IT’S FOR BUT WHERE DO YOU GET THE MONEY? >> THIS IS A SUMMATION OF ALL THE FUNDING THAT’S GOING INTO THE PAVEMENT PROGRAM, SO YOU ARE CORRECT IN THE FACT THAT FORCE ACCOUNT WORK IS OUR ROAD FUND DOLLARS, WHICH GENERALLY COMES FROM GAS TAX MONEY, BUT IT’S A DIFFERENT FORM THAT WE THEN UTILIZE OUR OWN FORCES TO ALSO PROVIDE PAVEMENT >> I GET YOUR POINT I THINK WE NEED TO REDO THE SOURCE WE NEED TO LIST WHAT THAT IS >> WE NEED TO REDO THIS AND WE WILL SENT IT BACK TO YOU

I THINK WHAT THEY’RE SAYING IS THEY TAKE EVERYTHING THAT GOES INTO CIP, BUT ALL THE DIFFERENT SOURCES IS JUST ONE INTO ONE WE NEED TO BREAK IT OUT BY ALL THE DIFFERENT SOURCES OF MONEY COMING IN >> LIKE I SAID, I DON’T DISAGREE WITH THE TOTAL I DISAGREE WITH THE TERMINOLOGY >> UNDERSTOOD >> SUPERVISOR COUNCIL >> WHAT YOU’RE SAYING IS ALL WE GET FROM MEASURE A, FROM GAS TAX, MANY OTHER SOURCES IN ANY GIVEN YEAR IS $3.5 MILLION? >> I GUESS, WHAT WE WERE TRYING TO DEPICT HERE IS WHAT WOULD BE THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT THAT WE COULD DEDICATE TO PAVING PROJECTS, AND I THINK BASED ON THAT OBJECTIVE, WE LISTED FUNDING SOURCES THAT WOULD CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS PAVING PROJECTS THAT WOULD BE EDGE TO EDGE PAVING AND WOULD BE COMPLETE RESURFACING OF RAIN ROADWAYS, BUT WE SPEND QUITE A BIT ON PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE, WHICH WOULD NOT RESEMBLE PAVING PROJECTS FOR EXAMPLE, POTHOLE PATCHING MORE BASE REPAIR, OR OTHER TREATMENTS THAT WOULD BE KIND OF MINOR IN NATURE TO KEEP THE PAVEMENT TOGETHER >> OKAY I WILL COME BACK TO THAT IN A MOMENT, BUT I SAW A NUMBER THAT THE AVERAGE COST FOR FIXING A POTHOLE WHAT IS THAT NUMBER? ISIL IT QUOTED RECENTLY IT’S MULTIPLES OF TENS OF DOLLARS >> PER POTHOLE? >> I BELIEVE IT IS ABOUT $15- $20 PER POTHOLE ON AVERAGE >> AND WHEN I THINK ABOUT THAT, AND WE CAN THINK ABOUT IT IN RESPECT TO DISTRICTS, WHAT WE SPENT JUST CHASING POTHOLES, IF THAT’S THE AVERAGE, AND AGAIN YOU’RE RESPONSIVE, YOU GET OUT THERE, BUT THAT IN ITSELF, AND AGAIN IF WE’RE GOING TO SEE ANOTHER CHART, TO SEE WHAT WE ARE CHEWING UP, — >> THAT’S ABOUT $800,000 >> IS IT? >> WE FIXED — >> ON POTHOLES? WE SPENT SEVERAL MILLION DOLLARS >> I GOT MY DIGITS WRONG WE HAD 45,000 POTHOLES A YEAR >> TIMES $20 SO $8 MILLION, RIGHT? >> IT’S $15 MILLION TO $15-$20 PER POTHOLE >> THAT IS CORRECT, SUPERVISOR COUNCIL QUESTAR, WE HAD 50,000 POTHOLES SUPERFLUIDS NOTTOLI >> WE ARE GOING TO DO NOTHING BUT CHASE POTHOLES IT SUCKS ALL THE MONEY AND RESOURCES BECAUSE YOU CAN’T IGNORE THOSE AND THAT, TO ME, IS KEY TO PART OF THIS BECAUSE IF YOU ARE PUTTING UP SEVERAL MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR DOING THAT, YOU’RE ALWAYS GOING TO HAVE TO DO SOME OF THAT BUT TO THE DEGREE THAT WE ARE DOING THAT COMBINED WITH OUR INABILITY TO THEN GO IN AND MAKE THE REPAIRS OR TO THE PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE, THAT IS SUCKING THE LIFE BLOOD OF YOUR ORGANIZATION IF IT’S 50,000 ON AVERAGE A YEAR AND IT’S GETTING WORSE, THAT’S A SKILL THAT YOU’RE GOING DOWN THIS WAY AND YOU ARE NOT GOING TO FIND YOUR WAY OUT EVEN IF YOU GET A LITTLE BIT MORE MONEY BECAUSE THOSE POTHOLES ARE DRAGGING YOU DOWN >> YEAH COUNTY EXECUTIVE MENTIONED WE ARE STARTING TO TRACK ALL THOSE THINGS AND YOU ARE CORRECT YOU ASKED EARLIER ABOUT 311 CALLS WE ARE UP TO 14,000 311 CALLS SO WE’RE TRACKING AND YOU ARE RIGHT, THEY ARE INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT OF POTHOLES ARE INCREASING, AND GETTING BACK TO WHAT THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE MENTIONED, WE’RE LOOKING AT EVERY POSSIBILITY FOR NEW REVENUE SOURCES BECAUSE THAT’S REALLY THE SOLUTION YOU CAN’T IGNORE THE POTHOLES BECAUSE OF THE SAFETY ISSUES, AND THEY ARE BECOMING A SIGNIFICANT FUNDING ISSUE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION >> GETTING BACK TO THE’S CHART, WHAT I HEAR YOU SAY IS THIS IS ALL THE MONEY WE COULD PULL, SO THAT MEANS THERE ARE FUNDS FROM THOSE SAME SOURCES OF HAVE TO GO TO LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE, PAYING THE STREETLIGHT BILL OR WHATEVER ELSE IN THAT CIP AND FOR’S ACCOUNT, NOW TO THE POINT ABOUT SEEING WHAT DOLLARS DURING THE, WHAT GAS TAX, WHAT MEASURE A MONIES, WHATEVER IS IN THERE, AND ANNOYING THAT BECAUSE THERE ARE CHOICES BEING MADE EITHER BY VIRTUE OF BOARD DIRECTION AND/OR OBLIGATIONS WE HAVE TAKEN ON IN OTHER AREAS THAT ARE DRAWING ON THOSE SOURCES OF

REVENUES BECAUSE YOU SAY THAT’S ALL YOU CAN PUT TOWARDS IT, BUT I GUESS THAT’S BECAUSE OF THE WAY YOU HAVE TO BUDGET YOU’RE MAKING CHOICES OR IS THAT INCURRED? >> TO EXPLAIN THIS CHART, WE PUT IT INTO CATEGORIES IN WHICH THE PAVING PROJECTS ARE BUILT I RECOGNIZE YOUR QUESTION WE WILL CERTAINLY GET YOU A NEW CHART THAT SHOWS YOU BY FUNDING BUT JUST AN EXAMPLE FOR THIS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, FOR INSTANCE, THAT HAS SOME MEASURE A PROJECTS IN IT THAT HAS CERTAINLY DEVELOPER PROJECTS CALL THE DIFFERENT FUNDING SOURCES THIS IS KIND OF CATEGORIES IN WHICH WE ARE ABLE TO COMPLETE OUR PAVEMENT PROJECTS BUT I SURE WHAT YOU’RE ASKING FOR THAT IS TO SHOW WHAT TYPES OF MONEY COME FROM WHAT CATEGORIES WITHIN THIS PULSE >> THERE ARE DECISIONS THAT GET MADE WE’VE GOT A THE COMPETING NEEDS FOR THE GAS TAX MONEY THIS IS JUST ONE COMPONENT WE PREFER A BUDGET PACKAGE AND BRING IT BACK TO YOU BASED ON WHAT WE SEE THERE ARE DECISIONS GETTING MADE FROM BUDGET TO THE BOARD AND A LOT OF THAT IS HOW WE’VE BEEN DOING IT FOR YEARS IF WE DON’T FIND ONE COMPONENT WE WILL HAVE A DEFICIT. úIF YOU ACT WE’VE BEEN TRYING TO DO TO GET THE MOST WE CAN OUT THERE >> I WOULD BE INTERESTED TO SEE HOW MUCH GOES TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT HOW DO WE — COMING DO WE HAVE A CHOICE TO SPEND LESS ON CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT OR ARE WE IN A BOX BECAUSE OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS AND THAT KIND OF THING? HOW DO WE WAY THAT? >> WHEN IT COMES TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, THERE IS A LOT MORE FUNDING THAT IS AVAILABLE, AND YOU CAN SEND A MEMO OF THOSE THINGS BUT A BRIEF EXAMPLE IS FOR MEASURE A, FOR INSTANCE, THERE’S PROJECTS IN THE METRO A PROJECT SO WIDENING PROJECTS ARE THE FOUR CORE PROJECTS BIKE AND DUSTIN PROJECTS, ALSO THERE IS MANY PROGRAMS THROUGH SACOG AND OTHER AGENCIES THAT DISTRIBUTE REGIONAL FUNDING THAT HAVE ORIGINAL CATEGORIES THAT YOU HAVE TO FIT SO THERE’S NOT A LOT OF MONEY OUT THERE FOR THE FIX-IT FIRST TYPE OF OVERLAY PROGRAMS SO WHEN YOU PUT A PROGRAM UP, SOMETIMES THE PROGRAMS ARE RESTRICTIVE THAT DON’T INCLUDE OVERLAY TYPES OF WORK THAT IS A BIG ISSUE WITH FINDING FUNDING FOR OUR OVERLAY PROGRAM >> SUPERVISOR PETERS >> RON, WHERE DOES MEASURE A MONEY FIT IN THIS SLIDE? >> THERE IS CERTAINLY SOME OF OUR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS ARE BUILT WITH MEASURE A MONEY SO, WE HAVE MEASURE A PROJECTS FOR INSTANCE, LET’S GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF FIESEL AVENUE THAT HAS MEASURE A ON IT THE PROJECT WILL CERTAINLY, A LARGE-SCALE PROJECT, ONE OF THE LARGEST PROJECTS WE’VE DONE THAT INCLUDED MANY THINGS WIDENING AS WELL AS BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN UPGRADES, BUT IT ALSO INCLUDED THE RESURFACING OF THE ROADWAY SO THERE IS SOME OVERLY PROJECTS THAT HELP OUR PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE STRATEGIES THAT COME IN THE FORM OF A CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT >> COUNCILMEMBER YOUR QUESTION, CORRECT ME IF I’M WRONG, MEASURE A MONEY WILL SHOW UP IN CIP AND FOR’S ACCOUNT ON THAT CHART THOSE OF THE TWO PLACES THEY WILL SHOW UP, RIGHT? >> AND COULD POSSIBLY PLAY A ROLE IN THE SACOG CRIME, MATCHING ONE OF OUR SACOG GRANTS OR SOMETHING THAT WOULD COME IN THAT FORM, YES >> I THINK THE SLED GIVES US MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS >> LET US REDO THE SLIDE I THINK GRANDSTAND THE QUESTION WE WILL ANSWER IT WE WILL COME BACK >> SUPERVISOR . BUT NOT SO MUCH ON THE SLIDE BUT GOING BACK TO MEASURE A BECAUSE I THINK IT GOES DOWN TO WHAT MEASURE IT CAN BE USED FOR WE MAKE THOSE CHOICES BUT IF ALWAYS SHOW, WE CAN DEVOTE, SAY BOTH OF THE CIP AND THE FORCE ACCOUNT WERE ENTIRELY MEASURE A, I DON’T KNOW WHAT WE GET IN TOTAL BUT IT’S PRETTY SIZABLE AND THERE ARE SOME RESTRICTIONS ON THAT BUT IF ALL WE CAN DEDICATE IS $3.5 MILLION ON THE LOW AND $7 MILLION A YEAR ON

THE HIGH, I THINK THAT REQUIRES ME BECAUSE SOME FURTHER EXAMINATION AND DISCUSSION BY THE SPORT GOING FORWARD IN LIGHT OF WHERE WE ARE WITH THE REPORT THAT HAS BEEN GIVEN TO US TODAY ABOUT THE MEASURE A OBLIGATIONS THAT WE HAVE BECAUSE HE NOW, AGAIN THAT SALES TAX IS LIMITED BUT I KNOW I HAVE MAYBE 50% IN THEREFORE ROAD MAINTENANCE CAPITAL PROJECTS WE COMPETE FOR AND WE HAVE TO HAVE MONEY BUT IT SEEMS TO ME THERE WAS PRETTY SIGNIFICANT, FOR KEEPING YOUR ROAD SYSTEM IN GOOD REPAIR >> UNDERSTOOD >> MAYBE, DEPARTMENTS ARE PURSING IT TOO MUCH INTO TECHNICAL TERMS I DON’T KNOW BUT IT JUST DOESN’T MAKE SENSE >> GOT IT I THINK I KNOW WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE ON THIS >> I WANT TO ALSO ADD I THINK EVERY TIME WE GO OUT FOR MEASURE A — SORRY, DID I JUMPED THE GUN? >> NO, I DID >> I WAS TRYING TO BE QUICK WE TELL THE VOTERS FEAR GOING TO FIX THE ROADS, YOU KNOW AND THERE IS MONEY TO GO TO THE ROADS, BUT THEY NEVER SEE THAT, AND THAT IS CONFUSING TO THEM, AND NOW WE’RE TALKING ABOUT NEW MEASURES, AND WE HAVE MORE — WE NOW DON’T JUST HAVE REGIONAL TRANSIT, BUT WE HAVE THE PASSENGER RAIL, WHOSE COMING IN AND WANTING TO BE PART OF THE INITIATIVE, AND OTHER PEOPLE WANTING TO JUMP ON BOARD FOR THAT MEASURE, AND IT NEVER GOES TO FIX THE ROADS SO I JUST WANTED TO SAY THAT BECAUSE IT DOESN’T LOOK LIKE A WHOLE LOT RENT TO THE ROADS >> YOU MAY CONTINUE >> ALL RIGHT VERY GOOD DISCUSSION I’M GOING TO SKIP TO THIS ONE SLIDE FIRST BECAUSE I WANTED TO SHOW YOU THE CONSEQUENCES THIS SLIDE SHOWS TWO THINGS THE LINE WITH OF THE DOTS IS THE PCI IT SAYS ESSENTIALLY OVER THE NEXT 20 YEARS, IF WE WERE TO LOOK AT THIS $30 MILLION A YEAR WE WERE BUDGING AS THE LOW-END, WE WOULD DROP THE PCI IN TO MID 30s OR THEREABOUTS, AND THE OTHER PART, WHICH I THINK IS A LITTLE BIT MORE ALARMING IS THE LOW BARS THE BARS OF THE UNFUNDED BACKLOG THESE ARE PROJECTS WE NEED TO DO BUT WHEN HAVE MONEY TO DO IT, AND IT’S GOING FROM ABOUT 800 SOME MILLION RIGHT NOW TO ABOUT $1.8 BILLION COUNTYWIDE, SO THAT NUMBER MORE THAN DOUBLES IN THE NEXT 20 YEARS AND WOULD LIKE YOU TO THINK OF IT AS AN ICEBERG THERE ARE MANY METRICS WE CAN USE TO MEASURE THE PERFORMANCE OF THE COUNTY’S ROAD SYSTEM AND THE TWO THAT WE HAVE, THE PCI AND THE UNFUNDED BACKLOG ARE TWO VERY COMMON METRICS THE PCI REPRESENTS THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG BECAUSE IT’S A FAIRLY INSENSITIVE MEASURE THE BOTTOM OF HER THE WATERLINE IS THE UNFUNDED BACKLOG THAT’S WHERE I WANT TO DRAW YOUR ATTENTION TO IS RECOGNIZE THAT EVEN THOUGH THE PCI LOOKS LIKE IT’S ONLY DROPPING A POINT A YEAR AND PEOPLE MAY SAY THAT DOESN’T SEEM LIKE A LOT, WELL THE BIG PICTURE IS THE UNFUNDED BACKLOG IS GROWING QUITE QUICKLY THE SILVER CHART THAT WE HAVE FOR THE $35 MILLION, AGAIN JUST SHOWS SOMEWHAT OF THE SAME TREND THE NUMBERS ARE A LITTLE BIT SMALLER THE PCI IS A LITTLE BIT BETTER, BUT REALLY, NOT A HUGE AMOUNT OF DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE $30 MILLION AND THE $35 MILLION, BUT WHEN WE START LOOKING AT WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO MAINTAIN THE ROAD SYSTEM AS IT IS, AS IMPERFECT AS IT IS, AS FLAWED AS IT IS, WHAT WOULD IT TAKE TO MAINTAIN AND, WHAT WE ARE LOOKING AT IS ABOUT $50 MILLION, SO THAT’S A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE OVER THE $35 MILLION WE HAVE RIGHT NOW NEXT QUESTION THE STAFF ASKED US TO LOOK AT WAS WHAT WOULD IT TAKE FOR US TO IMPROVE OUR PCI TO 70 AND THEN MAINTAIN IT AT 70 AFTER THE NEXT 15 YEARS AND OTHERS, LET’S ASSUME WE CAN TRY AND REACH 70 AS THE GOAL, IT WOULD BE ABOUT $88 MILLION A YEAR IT IS MORE THAN DOUBLE WHAT WE HAVE, QUITE TRIPLE A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN DOLLARS >> THAT’S CRAZY >> THE OTHER PART, I THINK WE ALSO WANTED TO SHARE WITH YOU IS OBVIOUSLY THAT WE WANT MORE MONEY FOR THE ROAD SYSTEM, BUT WITH THE DOLLARS THAT WE DO HAVE, WE CAN ALSO TRY TO STRETCH IT AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE AND ONLY IS STRETCHING IT IS REALLY TO TRY AND PRESERVE THE GOOD ROADS, AS MUCH AS WE CAN BECAUSE IF YOU LOOK AT THE RATIO OF WHAT IT COSTS TO MAINTAIN A GOOD REVERSES RECONSTRUCTION IT’S I WANT TO 11 RATIO AND THAT IS A SIGNIFICANT RATIO ONE OF THE THINGS WE TALKED ABOUT WITH PUBLIC D.O.T STAFF IS LOOKING AT SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES, AND THESE ARE PRESERVATION STRATEGIES I KNOW WE ARE RUNNING SHORT ON TIME SO I’M NOT GOING TO GO THROUGH EACH ONE, BUT WE DID RUN AN ANALYSIS TO SAY WHAT

WOULD IT TAKE FOR YOU TO DO PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE OR OVERLAY SO MY ON THE BLUE PART HERE IS THE $30 MILLION A YEAR CONSEQUENCES, AND IF WE WERE TO ADD PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TO IT, YOU CAN SEE THE UNFUNDED BACKLOG ACTUALLY DROPS ALMOST $290 MILLION THE PCI POINTS IS ABOUT 2 POINTS LONG STORY SHORT, IF WE WERE TO DO SOME PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE, WE CAN MAKE BETTER USE OF THE MONEY TO THE TUNE OF ABOUT $290 MILLION OVER THE NEXT 20 YEARS THIS IS JUST A PICTURE — >> SORRY, SORRY, SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI >> JUST WITH YOUR LAST STATEMENT, WOULD YOU MAKE BETTER USE OF YOUR SYSTEM IF YOUR SYSTEM IS CRUMBLING OR CRUMBLE THEM TO GO ON A STRATEGY I HAVE THIS CONVERSATION WITH STAFF SO I KNOW THEY CONFER WITH EACH OF US AND TRY TO GET SOME OF THE BACKLOG DOWN BUT IF YOU GO IN THE DIRECTION OF PREVENTATIVE, AND I GET IT, BUT THERE IS A DILEMMA HERE YOU ALREADY GOT YOU NOW, 50% OF THE ROADS IN THESE DISTRICTS, BUT ARE VERY POOR, POOR OR FAILED, AND THEN YOU ARE SAYING OKAY, BUT WE GOT TO HOLD ON TO THE FAIR OR GOOD COLUMN AND NOT GO BACK AND RECONSTRUCT THOSE AREAS WE ARE GOING TO CONTINUE TO BE RIGHT WHERE WE ARE SOMEONE SITTING HERE FOR OVER 15 YEARS FROM NOW WILL BE IN THE SAME POSITION >> I’M NOT SAYING THAT AT ALL, ACTUALLY I AM SAYING ABOUT 10% OF THE TOTAL COULD BE DIVERTED TO PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND THE REMAINING 90% WOULD STILL GO TO RECONSTRUCTION, SO NOT ELIMINATE THEM COMPLETELY BUT TO TAKE A PORTION OF THAT TO PRESERVE YOUR GOOD ROADS >> SO HOW MUCH OF THAT MONEY YOU’RE SAYING — >> USUALLY, WE LOOK FOR ABOUT 10% >> SO THAT FORCE ACCOUNT AND THE OTHER MONEY THAT WAS IN THE CIP, THE $3.5 MILLION, YOU’RE SAYING TAKE THAT 10% AND DON’T PUT THAT INTO THE OVERLAYS? >> PUT IT ON SEALS, FOR INSTANCE THEY ARE A LITTLE LESS EXPENSIVE BUT THEY CAN COVER A LOT MORE GROUND >> HOW MUCH LIFE DOES THAT BUY YOU? SME OF THOSE TREATMENTS, WE HAD THIS DISCUSSION BEFORE THIS IS NOT NEW THREE TO SEVEN YEARS? >> A GOOD CAPE SEAL COULD GET YOU 10 YEARS ON A RESIDENTIAL ROAD THOSE LOW TRAFFIC, LOW-VOLUME ROADS THOSE ARE THE ONES WE WOULD ADVOCATE USING THEM ON >> FAIR OR GOOD? >> PROBABLY ON THE FAIR TO GOOD CATEGORY HIGH FAIR 60s, FOR INSTANCE YOU COULD MAKE GOOD USE OF THOSE PRESERVATION POLICIES >> THANKS >> ANOTHER WAY OF LOOKING AT DIFFERENT POLICIES WANT TO GET TO THE OVERLAYS AND RECONSTRUCTION TYPE OF ROADS, WE WOULD ALSO ENCOURAGE THE COUNTY TO LOOK AT DIFFERENT TYPES OF RECYCLING THESE ARE STRATEGIES THAT WOULD SAVE ABOUT 20% OVER CONVENTIONAL TREATMENTS AGAIN, JUST ANOTHER WAY OF THE EXISTING THE DOLLARS WE HAVE JUST TO WRAP UP WHERE WE ARE AGAIN, WE GOT A PRETTY GOOD ROAD SYSTEM HERE IT’S GOT A HIGH VALUE TO IT WE WANT TO TRY TO SEE IF WE CAN GET PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES TO TRY TO STRETCH THOSE DOLLARS, BUT EVEN GIVEN THOSE DOLLARS WE HAVE, UNFORTUNATELY, IT’S NOT QUITE ENOUGH TO BE WHERE I THINK WE WOULD LIKE TO BE YOU CAN SEE PCS WILL DECREASE TO THE 30s DEFERRED MAINTENANCE WILL DECREASE TO $1.8 BILLION THAT’S REALLY BIG NUMBERS NOW MORE THAN REALLY HALF OF THE ROADS ARE IN POOR CONDITION SO, I DON’T HAVE A GOOD STORY TO SHARE WITH YOU TODAY, UNFORTUNATELY I WISH I DID, BUT I THINK S.P.1, IT WILL HAVE AN IMPACT UNFORTUNATELY, IT WON’T SOLVE EVERY SINGLE PROBLEM ON THE ROAD SYSTEM I THINK IN THIS STAFF REPORT, THESE ARE SOME OF THE NEXT STEPS THAT ARE BEING RECOMMENDED >> SUPERVISOR SURMA >> IS THAT THE CONCLUSION OF YOUR REPORT? >> YES >> OKAY ONE OF THE THINGS I DISCUSSED DURING OUR BRIEFING ON THE SUBJECT IS THE PROSPECT OF KIND OF A NEW MODEL OF HOW WE PRIORITIZE ROADWAY MAINTENANCE IN THIS COUNTY I HAVE NOT MET SINCE I’VE BEEN ON THE BOARD TO KIND OF BE DISTRICT BY DISTRICT OF COURSE, AS WAS NOTED EARLIER, OUR DISTRICTS ARE EXTREMELY DIFFERENT IN TERMS OF LANE MILEAGE, CONDITION OF ROADWAY, THE TYPES OF ROADWAYS AND ONE OF THE THINGS I RECOGNIZE AS WELL I MAY HAVE CONSTITUENCIES IN MY DISTRICT THAT MIGHT HAVE IMMEDIATE DESIRES TO HAVE THEIR ROADWAYS

NEAR THE RESIDENTIAL AREAS, NEAR THEIR HOMES, AND HAVE IT IN AS GOOD CONDITION AS POSSIBLE, THE THING ABOUT FREDERICK CONDITION IS IT HAS APPRECIATED IN A TRANSIENT CAPACITY ANOTHER, YOU MAY DRIVE FROM SOUTH APART IN NORTH HIGHLANDS TO GO TO WORK EVERYDAY AND BACK THAT COUNTY RESIDENT MAY BE VERY INTERESTED IN THE CONDITION OF WATT AVENUE BECAUSE THAT’S WHERE THE PAVEMENT IS IN RELATIVELY MUCH WORSE CONDITION THAN IT IS IN SOUTH PARK LOOKING AT IT FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THIS MOVING OF AVERAGES, I WOULD LIKE US TO THINK, PERHAPS, BUT A DIFFERENT MODEL THAT PRIORITIZES WHERE WE DO THE WORK, NOT WITH SOME KIND OF ARTIFICIAL TEMPERAMENT ABOUT BEING EQUITABLE PER DISTRICT QUITE FRANKLY, THE DISTRICT I HAVE PROBABLY HAS THE MOST TO LOSE IN TERMS OF FOCUS BECAUSE OF THE VERY LIMITED LANE MILES IN DISTRICT 1. IN TERMS OF THE PRIORITIES, IF FOR INSTANCE, DISTRICT 3 HAS MORE LANE MILEAGE WITH MORE ARTERIAL LANE MILEAGE WITH THE PCI THAT’S LESS SAY 40 OR LOWER, MAYBE THERE ARE CERTAIN TRIGGERS FOR A YEAR OR TWO WHAT WOULD HAVE OTHERWISE BEEN APPROPRIATED TO ADDRESS PCI’S BETWEEN 50 AND 60 IN DISTRICT 1, WE NEED TO SHIFT TO DISTRICT 3 BECAUSE THOSE ROADWAYS ARE IN WORSE CONDITION AND IF WE DON’T MAKE INVESTMENTS COMMENSURATE WITH THE NEED NOW, THEY ARE JUST GOING TO END WITH GREATER COSTS LATER BECAUSE WE’RE GOING TO HAVE TO GO AND REPLACE THE ENTIRE ROADWAY, SO I THINK THERE IS A WAY TO DO IT, AND CAREFULLY THINK ABOUT MAYBE, A DIFFERENT MODEL BUT I WILL BE THE FIRST TO SAY, I THINK IT IS WORTH EXPLORING, EVEN THOUGH IT MAY, THE COST OF THOSE OF US THAT REPRESENT AREAS THAT DON’T HAVE A LOT OF LANE MILES BECAUSE AS A COUNTY RESIDENT, RIGHT, I APPRECIATE THE FACT THAT I TRAVEL AROUND WE ALL DO WE WANT WHEREVER WE GO TO BE COMFORTABLE IN TERMS OF THE CONDITION OF THE ROADWAYS SO, I WOULD ASK THAT WE KIND OF GO DOWN THAT ROAD, NO PUN INTENDED AND EXPLORE A WAY TO RETHINK HOW WE SET OUR PRIORITIES FOR ROAD MAINTENANCE >> SUPERVISOR NOTTOLI >> THANK YOU I WANTED TO OFFER ANOTHER ASPECT THAT I THINK NEEDS TO BE BROUGHT INTO ACCOUNT I MENTIONED THIS TO RON AND DAN ON THE PHONE THE OTHER DAY IT’S PARTICULARLY EVIDENT EVEN THIS EVENING, CERTAINLY, AS WE GO TO OUR RESPECTIVE DISTRICTS BUT TRAVEL THE COUNTY, IT INVOLVES THE STORM WATER UTILITY, OUR WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, AND THE FACT THAT IN ALL OF THE AREAS — AND THEY ARE NOT JUST IN THE RURAL AREAS BUT SOME OF THE SUBURBAN SETTINGS, WHERE OUR ROADSIDE DITCHES SERVE AS THE DRAIN USE SYSTEM AND THEY ARE DESIGNED TO CONVEY THE ROAD SERVICES BUT ALSO SERVE AS CONDUITS TO LOCAL STREAMS, TRIBUTARIES AND SWOLLEN CREEKS WE’RE GOING TO SEE IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, AND ONE OF THE THINGS IT HAS BEEN VERY NOTICEABLE TO ME, AND I MENTIONED THIS TO OUR FOLKS ON THE PHONE IS OUR ABILITY TO KEEP UP WITH THE ROADSIDE DITCHES JUST BECAUSE OF SHORTAGES IN STAFFING AND DEMANDS FOR PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE AND SO FORTH, BUT THAT UNDERMINES ANY ROADS LITERALLY AND PHYSICALLY ROADS THAT ARE ALREADY FRAGILE TO BEGIN WITH I KNOW WE DO THE CULVERTS, AND REPLACE THOSE CERTAINLY IN THE ROADWAYS, BUT I THINK WE NEED TO BRING WATER RESOURCES INTO THIS CONVERSATION THERE HAS BEEN KIND OF THIS SHARED KIND OF I THINK A BIT VAGUE, MAYBE IT’S NOT, BUT BETWEEN WHO HAS RESPONSIBILITY AND I KNOW THERE ARE PARTS OF COUNTY THAT ARE NOT COVERED BY THE STORM WATER UTILITY BUT THERE IS A STORM C THAT IS LEVIED UPON CERTAIN RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS THERE IS A ZONE 13 THAT HAS BEEN DESIGNATED FOR STUDIES, AND CONTRIBUTIONS FROM EVERYTHING FROM THE WATER FORM TO THE PLANNING AND SO FORTH I THINK IN LIGHT OF WHERE WE ARE, AND MAYBE, SOME OF US ARE TOO DELICATE TO TOUCH BECAUSE THEY REQUIRE PROP 18 OR WHATEVER BUT I THINK WE NEED TO BRING WATER RESOURCES INTO THE CONVERSATION THEY DO THE STREAMS AND CHANNELS THE CONVEYANCE OF THE WATER, BUT I WILL JUST SAY IF ANYBODY HAD QUESTIONS ABOUT WHERE WE ARE, YOU CAN GO OUT THERE RIGHT NOW AND WE HAVE FLOODING IN AREAS THAT HAVEN’T HISTORICALLY FLOODED, BUT THE WATER SITS

THERE LONGER IT REALLY AFFECTS I THINK THE VIABILITY OF THE WHATEVER PAVEMENT SERVICES, AND THE DITCHES ARE CLOGGED THE OTHER THING I WANT TO SAY, AND HAD THIS CONVERSATION, JUST THE DEBRIS AND LITTER I KNOW WE HAVE RUN INTO THIS RECENTLY, EVEN WITH OUR BRIDGES BECAUSE THERE IS MAINTENANCE IN THE WATERSHEDS WE ARE GOING TO SPEND $30,000 OR $50,000 TRAINING DEBRIS FROM THE SOLDER BRIDGE SO I WOULD JUST SUGGEST THAT WE NEED TO HAVE A BROAD DISCUSSION IT DOESN’T MAKE MONEY MAGICALLY APPEAR, BUT IF WE ARE GOING TO LOOK AT THE SYSTEM, ITS DETERIORATION AND HOW HE MIGHT DO BETTER WITH BOTH DOLLARS THAT ARE AVAILABLE BUT ALSO BECAUSE FUNDING SOURCES THAT MIGHT ALLOW US TO TAP IN TO MAXIMIZE THE RESOURCES WE HAVE AVAILABLE TO US, AND CERTAINLY TO CALL OF GENERAL FUND DOLLARS WE’VE RECENTLY COMMITTED PRETTY MUCH AN UNKNOWN GENERAL FUND DOLLARS BUT I WOULD LIKE TO LOOK AT THAT BECAUSE I THINK IT’S CRITICAL TOOL LONG-TERM AND THE INVESTMENTS YOU MAKE IF THEY MAKE INVESTMENTS TO SOME OF THE ROADWAYS, WE’VE DONE THAT IN SOME OF THE NEIGHBORHOODS, DISTRICT 3, FOUR, FIVE, TWO, MAY BE, AS WELL OR EVEN THE UNDERGROUND SYSTEM NEEDED TO BE UPGRADED BECAUSE WATER WAS POOLING IN THE STREETS, AFFECTING THE SIDEWALK INTEGRITY, AND SO FORTH TIME SO I GUESS I WOULD JUST SUGGEST THAT AS WE LOOK FOR A COURSE OF ACTION TO GET TO A HEALTHIER SYSTEM THAN WE INCLUDE THAT, AND LASTLY, I JUST WANT TO AND WE’RE GOING TO COME BACK ON THIS PRETTY SOON WE ASKED A LOT OF QUESTIONS HERE TODAY BUT HOPEFULLY, WE WOULD HAVE A FOLLOW UP WORKSHOP NOT TO BELABOR ANY POINTS WE’VE MADE HERE BUT GO INTO BUDGET DELIBERATIONS AND LOOK AT HOW WE MIGHT BUILD UPON SOME OF THE CONVERSATION, AND THEN SUGGESTIONS LIKE SUPERVISOR SERNA HAS MADE WHERE WE MIGHT LOOK AT YOU KNOW, TRYING TO ACCOMMODATE THIS COUNTYWIDE NOT JUST DISTRICT >> SUPERVISOR FROST >> I JUST WANTED TO SAY, THE CONVERSATION, I AGREE ABOUT THE CONVERSATION AROUND EQUITABLE AND TRYING TO GO AFTER PROJECTS THAT MAKE SENSE OR MAYBE FINISH PROJECTS THAT WE STARTED, BUT FOR THOSE OF US, EACH OF US HAVE CONSTITUENTS, I’M SURE I KNOW I DO, WHO COME TO ME AND SAY I WONDER HOW MUCH WE PAY IN, AND OUR ROADS DON’T GET FIXED I MEAN, THEY ARE COMING OUT US AND THEY ARE GETTING MORE AND MORE IRRITATED THAT THERE ROADS ARE NOT FIXED, SO I DO AGREE THAT WE NEED TO WORK TOGETHER AND BE A TEAM TO TRY TO FIGURE OUT HOW WE CAN GET FUNDING TO WHATEVER FUNDING WE CAN GET WE NEED TO BE SENSITIVE TO EACH OF THE DISTRICTS GETTING A LITTLE LOVE AND I KNOW YOU’VE ALREADY DONE THAT EXPERTLY FOR ALL OF US I ALSO WANTED TO MENTION EVERYONE IS THINKING ABOUT THIS STA, SACOG, R COUNTY, AROUND NEW ROAD FUNDING, NEW IDEAS ABOUT NEW TECHNOLOGY, AND HOW ARE WE GOING TO PAY FOR THE ROADS, BUT DOESN’T MENTION MARIETTA PAY FOR THEIR OWN ROADS? THESE ARE PRIVATE ROADS WITHIN THEIR SUBDIVISION? ISN’T THAT CORRECT? AND SO, I THINK WE SHOULD ALSO BE THINKING ABOUT THE FUTURE IF WE ARE HAVING — IF WE ARE IN THIS PLACE RIGHT NOW HOW ARE WE GOING TO MOVE FORWARD WITH FUTURE GROWTH, AND ARE WE INCLUDING SOME KIND OF A REGULATION OR EFFECTOR THAT ENSURES THERE’S GOING TO BE ONGOING FUNDING IN THAT SUBDIVISION FOR THE ROADS THAT CAN BE A MELROSE OR THEY BUY INTO THAT CONCEPT SO WE ARE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT — IT’S JUST A THOUGHT TO WHAT ARE WE DOING TO PLAN FORWARD ON NEW PROJECTS BECAUSE I THINK WHEN PEOPLE ARE BUYING INTO SOMETHING NEW AND THEY UNDERSTAND THAT’S WHAT IT’S GOING TO BE, IT’S EASIER TO SELL IT, OR YOU KNOW MORE PALATABLE FOR PEOPLE THAN WHEN THEY THOUGHT THERE WERE GOING TO GET SOMETHING AND THEN FINALLY, I JUST WANTED TO SAY I KNOW WE HAVE THIS COMMISSION FOR THE RECYCLING, AND WE HAVE COME TOGETHER WITH A COALITION OF COUNTIES FOR WATER BUT I WONDER IF THERE IS A COALITION, IF THERE IS SOME WAY WE CAN WORK WITH CSAC OR OTHER COUNTIES IN CALIFORNIA, WHO ARE STRUGGLING WITH THIS SAME THING

BECAUSE THE REALITY IS THAT THE STATE — THE GENERAL FUND HAS INCREASED BY $40 BILLION OVER THE LAST SEVEN YEARS AND NONE OF THAT MONEY WENT TO TRANSPORTATION, AND THEY ARE REDIRECTING WEIGHT FEES TO PAY DEBTS, AND IT’S HARD TO KEEP TRACK OF HER ALL THE MONEY GOES, BUT I THINK SOMEHOW, IT’S GETTING HARDER AND HARDER FOR US TO GO BACK TO CONVINCE THE TAXPAYERS THAT IF WE DO ANOTHER TAX INITIATIVE, IT’S ACTUALLY GOING TO GO — THEY ARE GOING TO SEE SOMETHING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD THAT SAYS YEAH, I AM PAYING A LITTLE MORE BUT IT’S WORTH IT I HAVE A NICE ROAD IN FRONT OF MY HOUSE SO I THINK WE SHOULD BRAUN BEYOND THESE TAX INITIATIVES AND BEGIN TO FORM A COALITION THAT GOES BACK TO OUR LEGISLATURE AND SAYS THIS IS AN ECONOMIC EMERGENCY WE NEED HELP SO, THOSE ARE MY COMMENTS THANK YOU >> DIRECTOR PETERS OR SUPERVISOR PETERS RUN MEETING >> I WANTED TO ASKED I’M SURE YOU’VE DONE WORK LIKE THIS FOR OTHER JURISDICTIONS >> YES, WE HAVE >> HAVE YOU SEEN ANY PARTICULARLY INNOVATIVE WAYS THEY’VE GONE ABOUT MAKING THE DOLLARS STRETCH FURTHER? >> A COUPLE OF ONES, WHICH I CAN SHARE ONE IS, OF COURSE, THIS COUNTY IS PRETTY BIG THERE ARE VERY REAL PARTS OF THE COUNTY THAT HAVE DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS FROM THE URBAN AREAS, SO ONE WOULD BE TO IDENTIFY THOSE RURAL PARTS AND LOOK AT STRATEGIES THAT MIGHT BE MORE APPROPRIATE FOR INSTANCE, YOU HAVE A LOT OF LONG ROAD SETS OR PERHAPS TWO OR THREE MILES LONG BUT ONLY SERVED 10 OR 20 HOMES, AND RECONSTRUCTING THAT TWO TO THREE MILES WOULD BE A MULTIMILLION DOLLAR PROJECT BUT COULD WE GET BY WITH SOME PERHAPS CORRECTION COURSE IT WOULD BE HALF THE COST OF THAT? I THINK THE PERCEPTION HERE IS SOME RESIDENTS MAY FEEL WE ARE NOT GETTING THE SAME KIND OF SERVICE THAT THE URBANIZED AREAS ARE THE REALITY IS THERE IS LESS VOLUME OF ROADS OR CARS ON THOSE ROADS SO YOU HAVE A DIFFERENT LEVEL OF TREATMENT >> SO MAYBE, LOOK AT HOW MUCH TRAFFIC PASSES ON THE ROADS AND USE A DIFFERENT QUALITY OF TREATMENT >> I WILL GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE WEST MARIN COUNTY IS VERY RURAL, HAS LOTS OF RANCHES, SO THEY USE CAPE SEALS AND CHIP SEALS, WHICH THEY DO NOT USE IN THE EAST SIDE OF THE KONTA BECAUSE IT’S VERY URBANIZED THAT’S ONE WAY OF STRETCHING AND ANOTHER ONE, WHICH I WILL PASS OUT IT’S NOT VERY POPULAR, BUT IT’S TAKING TRACTION, JUST IN CALIFORNIA BUT ACROSS THE COUNTRY LET VERY RURAL ROAD TO GO BACK TO GRAVEL I AM GOING TO BE GOING TO LINCOLN, NEBRASKA NEXT WEEKEND THERE ARE PORTIONS OF LINCOLN COUNTY THAT ARE EXPECTED TO GO BACK TO GRAVEL >> YOU WERE DOING SO WELL >> YOU ARE NOT GETTING A RETURN TO GRAVEL ON MY WATCH >> AS I SAID, IT’S NOT A VERY POPULAR OPTION >> NO, IT’S NOT YOU WANT TO TELL MY CONSTITUENTS WE ARE GOING TO RETURN TO GRAVEL? I DON’T THINK SO >> SHE WAS JUST GIVING IDEAS >> SUPERVISOR PETERS >> I APPRECIATE THIS INFORMATION ALTHOUGH I SUSPECTED IT, DISTRICT 3 HAS THE BIGGEST FINANCIAL DEMANDS I APPRECIATE IT SUPERVISOR SERNA SAID SOMEBODY WOULD HAVE TO WAIT IT OUT AND SEE HOW MUCH PROGRESS COULD BE MADE EVERYWHERE I GO IN MY DISTRICT, IT’S EXPLETIVE DELETED ROADS AND I AGREE WITH THEM IT’S VERY FRUSTRATING IT’S BEYOND FRUSTRATING TO SAY YES, I AGREE WITH YOU YES, THEY ARE IN THAT PARTICULAR CONDITION AND WE DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT AND I GUESS WAS IT DISCUSSED AT SOME OTHER TIME — I CAN’T BELIEVE I’M GOING TO SAY THIS, DOING SOME KIND OF BOND TO GET A GOOD START ON THE SB1 MONEY? I DON’T KNOW BUT SB1 PASSED OVER A YEAR AND A HALF AGO AND WE’RE JUST NOT SEEING ANY PROGRESS IN ORDER FOR PEOPLE TO BELIEVE WE ARE ACTUALLY ATTACKING THIS, IT WOULD BE GOOD TO GET A BETTER START ON IT >> IF I CAN ALSO ADD, THERE IS ANOTHER STRATEGY THAT MANY AGENCIES ARE USING

I KNOW THE CITY OF OAKLAND, SO IN THE 50s HAS ABOUT 800 MILES OF ROAD, BOMBING AGAINST A PARTIAL TAX MEASURE AND THEY ARE PUTTING ABOUT $350 MILLION OVER EIGHT YEARS ON ROADS >> I THINK WE’VE DECIDED NOT TO DO SO MUCH BONDING AGAINST SALES TAX MEASURES YOU LOSE SO MUCH WITH THAT I WAS THINKING OF A SEPARATE MEASURE BUT WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING, WHETHER IT’S A MAJOR IN FLUX FOR THE GENERAL FUND, OR SOME KIND OF BOND, I DON’T KNOW WHAT IT MIGHT BE BUT I DON’T KNOW HOW OUR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PEOPLE CAN GO OUT AND SELL SACRAMENTO COUNTY IS A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE WHEN THE CAN’T DRIVE POTENTIAL EMPLOYEES TO WHERE THEY MIGHT WANT TO LIVE >> IT’S AFFECTING DRIVER BEHAVIOR PEOPLE ARE COMING UP WINDS, SWEARING, BREAKING, ACCELERATING IT’S CRAZY >> IT’S DEMOLITION DERBY OUT THERE >> IT’S A WAR ZONE >> I JUST WANTED TO SAY, I’M SURE YOU KNOW THAT BUT I CANNOT — CAN WE CALL AN EMERGENCY? >> [ LAUGHTER ] >> BUILD THE ROADS! >> WRONG BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT >> ANYWAY, THANK YOU FOR THE REPORT I WOULD LIKE TO GET A COUPLE OF THESE CHARTS FIXED CORRECTLY >> WE WILL >> THINK OF IT EVERY NIGHT WHEN YOU GO TO SLEEP AT NIGHT, HOW YOU’RE GOING TO FIX THE ROADS >> THANK YOU VERY MUCH, APPRECIATE IT >> NOTHING >> OKAY >> I’M SORRY MISS PETERS >> I HAVE AN ADJOURNMENT >> OH, WHAT ABOUT COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD? >> I DIDN’T HAVE ANY >> I DID HAVE A COMMENT FROM THE BOARD BEFORE ADJOURNMENTS SO, AFTER CONSULTING WITH COUNTY COUNSEL, WE HAD A RESPECTFUL DIFFERENCE OF OPINION ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT THE CEO CAN BRING THIS UP OR WHETHER IT’S BETTER THAT I ADDRESS THIS, SO I’M GOING TO GO AHEAD AND TEE IT UP IT MAY END WITH A LITTLE MORE WORK FOR COUNTY CEO AND STAFF, BUT BECAUSE IT’S NOT AN ITEM ON THE AGENDA, I WILL KEEP MY COMMENTS LIMITED, BUT WE HAD THE WATER COME UP IN THE PARKWAY WE HAD, AS WAS EXPECTED, A NUMBER OF CONCERNS EXPRESSED RECENTLY ABOUT THE HOMELESS POPULATION IN THE PARKWAY CONGREGATING AGAINST THE SOUTHERLY SLOPE AGAINST THE LEVY THERE, RESULTING IN A GREAT DEAL OF TRASH COLLECTON, AND NUMEROUS CAMPS THAT ARE GROWING IN SIZE, IT SEEMS EVERY DAY, AND SO WHAT I WAS HOPING THE CEO COULD DO TODAY WOULD BE GIVE A REPORT BACK ON WHAT WE’RE DOING, BUT AGAIN BASED ON COUNTY COUNSEL’S ADVICE, I AM NOT GOING TO NECESSARILY PUT STAFF IN THAT AWKWARD POSITION I’M GOING TO ALTERNATIVELY ASK THAT WE AGENDA ICE YOU, MISTER CEO, COMING BACK VERY SOON WITH A 15 MINUTE BLOCK OF TIME, PERHAPS WHEN MISTER WAGSTAFF AND MISS BILAS, TO EXPLAIN EXACTLY WHAT WE’RE DOING TO RESPOND TO THOSE CONSTITUENT CONCERNS, SPECIFICALLY LONG GARDEN HIGHWAY BETWEEN I-5 AND NORTHGATE >> OKAY I WILL DO THAT >> THIS IS MUCH BETTER NEWS I THINK WE WILL RECEIVED A COURTESY SUBSCRIPTION FROM COUNTY NEWS NACO IS NATIONALLY DISTRIBUTED SACRAMENTO COUNTY HAS BEEN ACKNOWLEDGED ON THE FRONT PAGE IT’S ONE OF A HANDFUL OF FEATURE STORIES IN THIS CASE, IT’S ABOUT OUR EFFORT TO REDUCE BLACK CHILD DEATHS IN THE COUNTRY I THINK IT’S VERY APROPOS, A VERY APPROPRIATE STORY, AND IN FACT, I WILL BE GOING BACK TO WASHINGTON, D.C. THIS FRIDAY AND OVER THE WEEKEND I WILL BE ADDRESSING THE HEALTH COMMITTEE, AND EVENTUALLY THE BOARD, AS A WHOLE, EARLY NEXT WORK WEEK TO PASS A RESOLUTION THAT I, AND MY STAFF, THE STAFF OF FIRST 5, HAVE BEEN WORKING ON FOR SEVERAL WEEKS NOW TO ENCOURAGE NACO TO PUT ON THEIR LEGISLATIVE PLATFORM AN CONTENT FOR COUNTIES TO WORK WITH THEIR LEGISLATIVE CONTINGENT IN WASHINGTON, D.C. ON THE GENERAL SUBJECT OF HEALTH DISPARITIES, DEATH DISPARITIES IN THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND CHILD POPULATION >> ANYONE ELSE? MISS PETERS? >> THANK YOU I WANTED TO ADJOURN TODAY IN MEMORY OF JACK PARSLEY JACK DIED LAST MONTH IN

CARMICHAEL, AND WAS A VERY SPECIAL MAN I JUST WANTED TO TALK ABOUT HIM FOR A MOMENT HE DISTENDED FROM THE FIRST WAVE OF PIONEERS WHO CAME TO CARMICHAEL WHEN THE TOWN WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1910 BY FOUNDER DANIEL WEBSTER CARMICHAEL AND HE GREW UP IN CARMICHAEL WHEN IT CONSISTED OF SMALL, RURAL FARMS, AND PEOPLE FROM SACRAMENTO USED TO GO TO CARMICHAEL TO GET OUT OF THE HEAT OF THE CITY, RIGHT? AND HE GREW UP ON THESE SMALL, RURAL FARMS AND DURING WORLD WAR II, HE ENLISTED IN THE U.S NAVY, WHICH LED TO A 25 YEAR CAREER IN UNIFORM RETIRING AT THE RANK OF COMMANDER WAS A PILOT WHO SAW ACTION IN THE PHILIPPINES AND JAPAN HE ALSO SERVED IN KOREA AND ENCOUNTERED RUSSIAN MITTENS DURING THE COLD WAR IN PIECE, HE WAS A TEST PILOT MASTERING JETS AND SURVIVING CRASH LANDINGS DURING ONE OF HIS EXPLOITS, HE WORKED THE PUDDLES OF HIS AIRCRAFT TO GIVE IT ALOFT AND KEEP IT FROM CRASHING INTO THE SEA WHEN HE WAS ASKED HOW HE MANAGED, HE SAID I’M A CARMICHAEL FARMBOY AND I KNOW HOW TO DRIVE A TRACTOR HE JUST ALWAYS HAS SUCH A GREAT ATTITUDE, AND HE RETIRED IN 1983, RETURNED HOME TO CARMICHAEL AND WAS ACTIVE WITH THE CARMICHAEL CHAMBER, THE PARK DISTRICT AND HIS CHURCH, CARMICHAEL PRESBYTERIAN HE PASSED AWAY AT THE AGE OF 95, AND IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE OF 71 YEARS, JERRY, AND THEIR THREE CHILDREN, AND THREE GREAT- GRANDCHILDREN HE WAS A CARMICHAEL NATIVE THROUGH AND THROUGH, LOVED HIS COMMUNITY, AND HIS DAUGHTER SAID HIS ONLY COMPLAINT WAS THAT HE WOULD HAVE PREFERRED TO DIE IN CARMICHAEL I JUST WANTED TO TALK ABOUT HIM FOR A MOMENT AND ADJOURN IN HIS MEMORY THANK YOU >> THANK YOU WE WILL ADJOURN IN HIS MEMORY