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Accept report from the Finance and Government Operations Committee relating to the meeting of February 14, 2013. (Cortese)


Direct County Executive to explore the feasibility of partnering with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on a regional Small Business Development Initiative currently available via a Request for Proposals process with the Small Business Administration and return with findings to the Board of Supervisors by the end of March 2013. (Cortese)


Consider recommendations relating to County Fleet vehicle purchase for the Department of Environmental Health. (Facilities and Fleet Department)


Consider recommendations relating to off-cycle replacement vehicle purchase for the Regional Auto Theft Task Force. (Facilities and Fleet Department)


Consider recommendations relating to off-cycle fleet purchase for the Department of Alcohol and Drug Services. (Facilities and Fleet Department)

Agreement Amendment - Tides Center to Provide Supportive Housing Property Management Services - $40,508,317

Resolution approving a Second Amendment to the agreement between the Department of Public Health and the Tides Center to provide supportive housing property management services at Direct Access to Housing sites under the Delivering Innovation in Supportive Housing Program, to extend the term by five years and increase the contract by $23,136,504 for a total of $40,508,317 for the period of July 1, 2008, through June 30, 2018.


Adopt Board Policy Resolution amending Board of Supervisors' Policy Manual section relating to outside Real Estate Brokers, and direct the Clerk of the Board to include in Board of Supervisors' Policy Manual. (Roll Call Vote)


Consider recommendations from the Internal Audit Division of the Controller-Treasurer's Department, Finance Agency, relating to the audits of Procurement Card (P-Card) transactions of Elected Officials and Board Appointees.

Hearing - Reserved Funds, Public Utilities Commission - $117,000,000

Hearing to consider release of reserved funds, Public Utilities Commission (File No. 100337, Ordinance No. 92-10) in the amount of $117,000,000 to continue the construction work on the Calaveras Dam Replacement Project and make project construction changes to address the unexpected geological conditions for the Water System Improvement Program CUW395.


Consider recommendations relating to the Downtown Medical Clinic.