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Board of Supervisors Meeting, September 28, 2010

SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF. – As a courtesy, the Office of Public Affairs notifies the media when there are items on the agenda that may be of interest to the public. The complete agenda and background material are available online at http://www.sccgov.org/agenda/home.

What: Board of Supervisors Meeting
When: Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010, at 9:00 a.m. (note earlier start time)
Where: County Government Center, Board of Supervisors’ Chambers
70 W. Hedding Street, First Floor, San Jose
Who: Board of Supervisors, County Executive Jeffrey V. Smith
Why: Potential items of interest to the public:
Item 5d: Presentation of Resolutions and Commendations.
d) Present Resolution proclaiming September 2010 as "National Child Cancer Awareness Month" in Santa Clara County in an effort to educate the community on the impact cancer has had on the lives of children and offer ways to support affected families as they fight together for their children's health. (Kniss)
Item 10d: Accept report from Health and Hospital Committee relating to meeting of September 8, 2010. Possible action:
d) Under advisement from May 5, 2009 (Item No. 14): Accept report relating to implementation of National Association of Counties (NACo) Prescription Drug Discount Program and approve conducting additional outreach on the Program through the media.
Item 11: Accept report from Public Safety and Justice Committee (PSJC) relating to meeting of September 1, 2010. (Shirakawa) Possible action:
b) Authorize the County Executive and County Counsel, or designees, to take all necessary actions to allow the County to opt out of participation in the Secure Communities Program.
Item 16: Accept report relating to the implementation of the Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) Policy.
Item 74*: Final Adoption of Ordinance No. NS-1100.114 amending Chapter III of Division C3 of the Santa Clara County Ordinance Code (Green Building Regulations) to add standards addressing Multi-Family Residential and Non-Residential buildings. (Roll Call Vote)