AGENDA
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS

Board of Supervisors Hearing Room

105 E. Anapamu St, 4th floor

Santa Barbara, CA

Thursday, September 19, 2019

10:00 AM

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The Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG) meets concurrently as the Airport Land Use Commission, the Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies, and the Local Transportation Authority.

Persons may address the SBCAG Board either in person or by using the remote video testimony system located at the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Hearing Room, 511 E. Lakeside Parkway, Santa Maria.  Persons may address the SBCAG Board on any matter listed on the agenda by completing and delivering to the Clerk a speaker slip before the item is considered.  Matters not listed on the agenda may be addressed during the public comment item on the agenda.  Further information on agenda items can be obtained in the SBCAG Office, 260 North San Antonio Rd., Suite B, Santa Barbara. The time shown on the agenda for the duration of agenda items are estimates. The SBCAG Board may consider items out of sequence at the discretion of the Chair. Any disclosable public records related to an open session item on a regular meeting agenda and distributed by the Board Clerk to all or a majority of the members of the SBCAG Board less than 72 hours prior to that meeting are available for inspection in the SBCAG office and on the Internet at: http://www.sbcag.org/meetings.html

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact SBCAG at least three working days prior to the scheduled meeting.

TV COVERAGE: Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG) Board of Directors meetings are televised live on County of Santa Barbara Television (CSBTV) Channel 20. Rebroadcast of this SBCAG meeting will be on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 5:00 P.M. and Monday, September 23, 2019 at 5:00 P.M.

AGENDA
1.CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL
2.PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3.PUBLIC COMMENT
The public may address the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments on any subject within the jurisdiction of the Board that is not included as part of this agenda. Comments shall be limited to fifteen minutes, divided among those desiring to speak, but no person shall speak longer than three minutes.
4. APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR
Approve by roll call vote on one motion:
A.  APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Recommended Action:
Approve the minutes from the July 18, 2019 board of directors meeting.
B. SANTA YNEZ RIVER TRAIL ALIGNMENT STUDY CONSULTANT CONTRACT
Recommended Action:
1.  Approve and authorize the Chair to execute an Agreement (Attachment A) with KTU&A to prepare a Santa Ynez River Trail Alignment Study for a total amount not to exceed $65,000 with a period of performance of September 29, 2019 through June 30, 2021; and

2.  Approve and authorize the Executive Director to extend the period of performance for up to one additional year pursuant to Agreement Section 4.B and to make immaterial amendments in accordance with Agreement Section 34.     

 SBCAG – KTUA Professional Services Contract
C. SB1 STATE OF GOOD REPAIR PROGRAM PROJECT LIST APPROVAL
Recommended Action:
Adopt Resolution 19-31 approving the FY 19/20 State of Good Repair project list for submittal to the California Department of Transportation.
D. FY 2019-20 OWP AND BUDGET AMENDMENT #1
Recommended Action:
1.  Adopt Resolution 19-32 (Attachment A) amending the FY 2019-20 Overall Work Program (OWP) and Budget to adjust work elements to reflect FY 2018-19 carryover balances which are cerified by the State, to add appropriations for consulting services, to reflect unanticipated governmental revenues, and to shift staffing resources to reflect actual work effort.

2.  Approve and authorize the Executive Director, Marjie Kirn, to execute this amendment to the OWP and Budget.

Revised Work Elements
Revised FY 2019-20 Expenditure Comparatives
 E.  AMENDMENT TO 2019 FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
Recommended Action:
Adopt Resolution 19-34 amending the 2019 Federal Transportation Improvement Program through Formal Amendment No. 8 to program Highway Infrastructure Program funds to the U.S. 101 High Occupancy Vehicle Project.
 F.  MEASURE A STRATEGIC PLAN FINANCIAL MEMORANDUM
Recommended Action:
Approve clarification to Measure A Strategic Plan Financial memorandum to allow use of Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) reserve funding for U.S. 101 High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Phase 4 project and parallel projects as part of innovative corridor level programming approach.

Updated KNN Financial Memorandum
 G.  ENERGETICS, INC. AGREEMENT – AMENDMENT NO. 1  
Recommended Action:
Approve, ratify, and authorize the Chair to execute Amendment No. 1 (Attachment A) with Energetics, Inc. to complete a regional multi-modal transportation network resiliency assessment to extend the term for one year revising the period of performance to September 24, 2018 through August 30, 2020 without increasing the total not to exceed amount of $85,000.

Energetics, Inc. Amendment No. 1
 H.  MEASURE A CITIZENS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 
 Recommended Action:
Approve reappointment of Phillip Greene, Alissa Hummer, Pat Saley, and Laurie Tamura to the Measure A Citizens Oversight Committee for a four-year term from September 2019 to September 2023.
 I.  OLIVE MILL PROJECT AND SAN YSIDRO PROJECT
Recommended Action:      
1.  Adopt Resolution 19-35 (Attachment A) amending the FY 2019-20 Overall Work Program (OWP) and Budget (Amendment 2) to reflect the usage of Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) Highway 101 reserve funds for the Olive Mill and San Ysidro Intersection Improvement Projects; and

2.  Approve and authorize the Executive Director, Marjie Kirn, to execute these amendments to the OWP and Budget; and

3.  After adoption of Resolution 19-35, approve and authorize the Chair to execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU 2019) with the City of Santa Barbara and the County of Santa Barbara to continue work and add new work for the environmental, preliminary geometric design, and coastal permitting phases of the Olive Mill Roundabout Project and the San Ysidro Roundabout Projects with a total amount not to exceed $708,399 for the period of performance from the date executed through December 31, 2021; and

4.Approve and authorize the Executive Director, Marjie Kirn, to make administrative adjustments to individual project budgets such that the total budget is not exceeded pursuant to MOU 2019 Section 5.F., and to make administrative amendments in accordance with MOU 2019 Section 28.

Memorandum of Understanding

Public Comment letters
REVIEW/DISCUSSION/ACTION ACTIONS  
5.
AIRPORT LAND USE COMPATIBILITY PLANS
Recommended Action:
A.  After consideration of the proposed Final Negative Declaration together with the Initial Study and any comments received during the public review process, and on the basis of the whole record:
 1.     Make the required CEQA findings as included in Attachment 1 of the Staff Report; and
 2.     Adopt the Final Negative Declaration, included as Attachment 2 of the Staff Report.

B.  Adopt Resolution 19-36 adopting the 2019 Lompoc Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP) to supersede and replace the portion of the 1993 ALUCP that previously governed the Lompoc Airport.

C.  Adopt Resolution 19-37 adopting the 2019 New Cuyama ALUCP to supersede and replace the portion of the 1993 ALUCP that previously governed the New Cuyama  Airport.

D.  Adopt Resolution 19-38 adopting the 2019 Santa Maria ALUCP to supersede and replace the portion of the 1993 ALUCP that previously governed the Santa Maria Airport.

E.  Adopt Resolution 19-39 adopting the 2019 Santa Ynez ALUCP to supersede and replace the portion of the 1993 ALUCP that previously governed the Santa Ynez Airport.

F.  Adopt Resolution 19-40 adopting the 2019 Vandenberg ALUCP to supersede and replace the portion of the 1993 ALUCP that previously governed the Vandenberg Airport.

G.  Adopt Resolution 19-41 adopting the 2019 Santa Barbara Municipal ALUCP to supersede and replace the portion of the 1993 ALUCP that previously governed the Santa Barbara Municipal Airport.

H.  Authorize the Executive Director to submit the adopted resolutions and ALUCPs to the California Department of Transportation, Division of Aeronautics.

I.  OR, continue Items 5.A. through 5.H. to a future meeting for consideration.

CEQA Findings: ALUCPs Negative Declaration
Initial Study & Negative Declaration – Santa Barbara County ALUCPs 
Draft Lompoc Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan
Draft New Cuyama Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan
Draft Santa Maria Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan
Draft Santa Ynez Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan
Draft Vandenberg Air Force Base Land Use Compatibility Plan
Draft Santa Barbara Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan.
Letter from Caltrans Division of Aeronautics – August 6, 2019 
Summary of Potential Displaced Land Uses
  a.     City of Goleta
  b.     City of Santa Maria
  c.     City of Lompoc
  d.     County of Santa Barbara
Summary of Comments
  a.     County of Santa Barbara – ALUCP and Initial Study 7.8.19
                     i.     Responses to Comments from County of Santa Barbara – ALUCP and Initial Study
  b.     County of Santa Barbara – Initial Study and Negative Declaration 9.19.19
  c.     City of Goleta – Response to Caltrans Division of Aeronautics Letter
  d.     City of Goleta – Comments on Negative Declaration

Public Comment letters
Staff Recommendation Memo
6. SENATE BILL 375 SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES STRATEGY PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN
Recommended Action:
A.  Review and approve the draft Public Participation Plan (Attachment B) describing a process to be undertaken by SBCAG staff and consistent with the process undertaken in the previous RTP-SCS update cycle; OR

B.    1.  Review and approve the draft Public Participation Plan (Attachment C) describing a process to be undertaken by SBCAG staff, redesigned from the previous RTP-SCS update cycle to include community listening sessions and a web-based means of public participation; AND
       2.  Adopt Resolution 19-33 (Attachment D) amending the FY 2019-20 Overall Work Program (OWP) and Budget to adjust work elements to reduce the need for consulting services and to shift staffing resources to reflect actual work effort as reflected in Attachments E, F, and G; AND
       3.  Approve and authorize the Executive Director, Marjie Kirn, to execute this amendment to the OWP and Budget; OR

C.    1.  Review and approve the draft Public Participation Plan (Attachment H) describing a process to be undertaken by SBCAG staff and the Community Environmental Council; AND
        2.  Approve and authorize the Chair to execute an agreement between the Community Environmental Council and SBCAG (Attachment I) for public outreach services associated with the Sustainable Communities Strategy update in an amount not to exceed $75,000 with a term to commence upon SBCAG’s issuance of a notice to proceed and through August 31, 2021; AND
        3.  Approve and authorize the Executive Director to extend the period of performance by up to one additional year in accordance with Section 4 of the Agreement.

SB 375 Public Participation Plan (Option A)
SB 375 Public Participation Plan (Option B)
SB 375 Public Participation Plan (Option C)
SBCAG-CEC Professional Services Agreement
7. HOUSING PLANNING AND PRODUCTION GRANTS PROGRAM
Recommended Action:

A.  Receive an update on Housing Planning and Production Grants Program funding opportunities.

B.  Nominate and appoint one Board of Supervisors’ member to serve on the Central Coast Mega-Region working group.

C.  Affirm SBCAG support for the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG) to serve as the Central Coast mega-region fiscal agent.
8.ONE MINUTE REPORTS
Board Members and Alternates are invited to provide updates on the activities in their districts/cities.

9.EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT General Update
The Executive Director will report on activities and achievements of SBCAG staff, SBCAG job openings, upcoming events of interest to the Board of Directors and the public, and general status of SBCAG major projects.
10. CALTRANS DISTRICT DIRECTOR’S REPORT General Update
The District Director will report on Caltrans projects and repairs throughout the state, including Caltrans staff, projects and repairs in Santa Barbara County such as state highways, intersections and bridges, and provide any available updates on Highway 101 and Highway 192 due to the Thomas Fire mudslides.
11. COMMITTEE MEETINGS
CalVans Board Meeting – September 12, 2019 (Director Julian)              
Coast Rail Coordinating Council Policy Committee Meeting - August 16, 2019 (Director Murillo)
12.COMMUNICATIONS
A.  Technical Transportation Advisory Committee Draft/Technical Planning Advisory/Joint Technical Advisory Committee August 1, 2019 and September 5, 2019 Committee Meeting Minutes.
B.  Caltrans response letter – July 18, 2019 SBCAG board meeting
13.ADJOURN
The next Board meeting will be on Thursday, October 17, 2019 beginning at 10:00 a.m. in Santa Maria.
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