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09 September 9, 2020 Special Executive EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA TIME: 8:30 a.m. DATE: Wednesday, September 9, 2020 Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20, (March 18, 2020), the meeting will only be conducted via video conferencing and by telephone.  COMMITTEE MEMBERS  Ben J. Benoit, City of Wildomar – Chair Jan Harnik, City of Palm Desert – Vice Chair V. Manuel Perez, County of Riverside, District 4 – Second Vice Chair Chuck Washington, County of Riverside, District 3 – Past Chair Lloyd White, City of Beaumont Brian Berkson, City of Jurupa Valley Lisa Middleton, City of Palm Springs Michael S. Naggar, City of Temecula Kevin Jeffries, County of Riverside, District 1 Karen Spiegel, County of Riverside, District 2 Jeff Hewitt, County of Riverside, District 5  AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY  Reviews and makes final decisions on personnel issues and office operational matters . RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA 8:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20, (March 18, 2020), the meeting will only be conducted via video conferencing and by telephone. Please follow the instructions below to join the meeting remotely. INSTRUCTIONS FOR ELECTRONIC PARTICIPATION Join Zoom Meeting https://rctc.zoom.us/j/87121917353 Meeting ID: 871 2191 7353 One tap mobile +16699006833,,87121917353# US Meeting ID: 871 2191 7353 For members of the public wishing to submit comment in connection with the Executive Committee Meeting please email written comments to the Clerk of the Board at lmobley@rctc.org prior to September 8, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. and your comments will be made part of the official record of the proceedings. Members of the public may also make public comments through their telephone or Zoom connection when recognized by the Chair. In compliance with the Brown Act and Government Code Section 54957.5, agenda materials distributed 72 hours prior to the meeting, which are public records relating to open session agenda items, will be available for inspection by members of the public prior to the meeting on the Commission’s website, www.rctc.org. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Government Code Section 54954.2, Executive Order N-29-20, and the Federal Transit Administration Title VI, please contact the Clerk of the Board at (951) 787-7141 if special assistance is needed to participate in a Committee meeting, including accessibility and translation services. Assistance is provided free of charge. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to the meeting time will assist staff in assuring reasonable arrangements can be made to provide assistance at the meeting. 1. CALL TO ORDER Executive Committee Special Meeting Agenda September 9, 2020 Page 2 2. PUBLIC COMMENTS - Under the Brown Act, the Board should not take action on or discuss matters raised during public comment portion of the agenda which are not listed on the agenda. Board members may refer such matters to staff for factual information or to be placed on the subsequent agenda for consideration. Each individual speaker is limited to speak three (3) continuous minutes or less. 3. ADDITIONS/REVISIONS – The Committee may add an item to the Agenda after making a finding that there is a need to take immediate action on the item and that the item came to the attention of the Committee subsequent to the posting of the agenda. An action adding an item to the agenda requires 2/3 vote of the Committee. If there are less than 2/3 of the Committee members present, adding an item to the agenda requires a unanimous vote. Added items will be placed for discussion at the end of the agenda. 4. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES – AUGUST 12, 2020 Page 1 5. DUE DILIGENCE UPDATE REGARDING RCA’S REQUEST THAT RCTC ACT AS THE MANAGEMENT AGENCY FOR RCA 6. FISCAL YEAR 2020/21 ORGANIZATION RECOMMENDATIONS Page 6 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Reinstate merit increases and salary range cost of living adjustment (COLA) for FY 2020/21 effective July 1, 2020; 2) Approve revised FY 2020/21 salary ranges; 3) Reinstate funding for Planning and Programming Director on range 63 ($13,098-$17,682); and 4) Direct staff to include these proposed actions in a budget adjustment for consideration by the Commission. 7. ADJOURNMENT AGENDA ITEM 4 MINUTES RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES AUGUST 12, 2020 1.C ALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Executive Committee was called to order by Chair Ben J. Benoit at 8:30 a.m. via Zoom Meeting ID: 863 5390 4672. Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N -29-20, (March 18, 2020), the meeting was conducted via video conferencing and by telephone. ROLL CALL Commissioners Present Commissioners Absent Ben J. Benoit Kevin Jeffries Brian Berkson Jeff Hewitt Jan Harnik* Lisa Middleton Michael Naggar V.Manuel Perez Karen Spiegel* Chuck Washington Lloyd White *arrived after the meeting was called to order 2.PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no requests to speak from the public. 3.ADDITIONS/REVISIONS There were no additions or revision to the agenda. 4.APPROVAL OF MINUTES M/S/C (Naggar/Middleton) to approve the minutes of June 10, 2020 meeting as submitted. A t this time, Commissioners Spiegel and Harnik joined the meeting. 1 RCTC Executive Committee Meeting Minutes August 12, 2020 Page 2 5. PROPOSED ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CHANGES John Standiford, Deputy Executive Director, presented the proposed changes to the Administrative Code including amending the language pertaining to the Commission’s Fiscal Officer as well as amending the language pertaining to weighted voting. Commissioner Spiegel requested clarification on the history and procedures of a weighted vote. Steve DeBaun, Legal Counsel, provided a history of the weighted vote and Mr. Standiford explained the procedure of the weighted vote. Vice Chair Harnik requested clarification as to the makeup of the Commission when the weigh ted vote was added versus the Commission now. Mr. De Baun and Executive Director Anne Mayer provided background information on the Commission first as a seven member board and moving to its current makeup. Commissioner Middleton asked if we are mandated to have weighted voting or if the Commission has the discretion to remove it. Mr. De Baun stated it is mandated by State law. Commissioner Washington stated he served on the committee to expand the Commission and as it expanded, there was concern that the Supervisor’s vote would become moot because they would be outnumbered by the number of cities added to the Commission. He provided historical perspective on the weighted vote as the Board of Supervisors is a separate entity. Commissioner Berkson asked if the weighted vote applies to all votes that come before the Commission, and Mr. De Baun confirmed it applies to all votes before the Commission. M/S/C (Harnik/Middleton) to: 1) Amend language in the Administrative Code pertaining to the Commission’s Fiscal Officer; 2) Amend language in the Administrative Code pertaining to weighted voting; and 3) Adopt Ordinance No. 20-002, “An Ordinance Amending the Riverside County Transportation Commission Administrative Code”, to effectuate the changes. 6. CONSIDERATION OF AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING RCA’S REQUEST THAT RCTC ACT AS THE MANAGEMENT AGENCY FOR RCA Anne Mayer, Executive Director, stated the item before the Executive Committee is a request from the Executive Committee of the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority (RCA). The RCA is a Joint Powers Authority governed by a board of directors with a relatively small staff provided under a management services contract with the County of Riverside so staff are County employees. Ms. Mayer provided an 2 RCTC Executive Committee Meeting Minutes August 12, 2020 Page 3 overview of funds invested into the Western County Habitat Conservation Plan (the Plan), noting RCTC is the single biggest contributor of the plan and a recipient of the benefits of participation in the plan as transportation projects have been accelerated by years by the fact that RCTC has coverage by participating in the plan. The RCA Executive Committee has been considering management options for some time and has been in discussions as to how to ensure the sustainability and stability of the Plan. At their last meeting, the RCA Executive Committee decided to proceed with further exploration of the concept of having RCTC act as the managing agency of the RCA. The RCTC and the RCA board would remain as is, two separate boards each with their respective authorities. Ms. Mayer would serve as the Executive Director of both agencies, similar to the arrangement in the Coachella Valley where Tom K irk serves as both the Executive Director of the Coachella Valley Association of Governments as well as the Executive Director of the Multi Species Habitat Conservation Plan. The goal would be to support the efforts to implement the Plan and be able to do so in a way that reduces redundancy in contracts and reduces duplication of administrative efforts by leverage each agency’s resources as transportation and preservation are linked. RCA financial responsibilities would remain the responsibility of RCA and the RCA board and utilization of their revenues would be focused on RCA activities. RCA Executive Committee Members and Management provided key examples of areas to focus on from their perspective: they would like implementation as soon as possible and no later than the end of the year which would require a phased in transition; a priority to maintain institutional knowledge; protection of existing employees; eliminating redundancy in contracts; and completion of the acquisition of lands. Ms. Mayer stated the merger of staff could be beneficial to both agencies as they are both implementing agencies and have expertise in land acquisition and transportation and preservation are linked but she does not underestimate how challenging this could be in such a short period of time. She acknowledged and thanked the RCTC management staff for being willing to look at this as an opportunity and willing to look at this to see if it is something they would recommend to the RCTC Board while being good stewards of public funds. There are some areas that need to be evaluated: there needs to be complete cost recovery that assuming the role of the managing agency does not impact RCTC’s finances with a firewall between RCA and RCTC finances; while there are opportunities for efficiencies and reduction of redundancies, a fully staffed RCTC and a fully staffed RCA would be imperative to make this successful. Most important to Ms. Mayer is the full support of the RCTC Board members. She recommended, if the Executive Committee would like to proceed with consideration of this request, for the Executive Committee to authorize Ms. Mayer to work with the Interim Executive Director of RCA and legal counsel to conduct a 30-60 day due diligence period to look into this further and return to the Executive Committee for further discussion. Chair Benoit noted the Chair of RCA, Jonathan Ingram, approached him with this idea and Chair Benoit stated he was open to the idea however he also discussed with him the merger of RCHCA and WRCOG as there may be some synergy there. RCA took the time to 3 RCTC Executive Committee Meeting Minutes August 12, 2020 Page 4 look at both agencies, WRCOG and RCTC, and decided RCTC would be the best option primarily for the ability to purchase property in large amounts. Commissioner Spiegel requested clarification of cost recovery regarding employees and how it would change their benefit formulas. Ms. Mayer stated RCA currently reimburses the County for staff and in a transition, current RCA employees would separate from the County and be hired by RCTC. The changes to benefits is one of the primary concerns of RCA staff and if the Executive Committee wishes to move forward with the due diligence period looking at classifications, position, and an integrated organization would be an area of focus. Commissioner Naggar stated he is reluctant to support this and expressed concern regarding RCA’s reputation with many cities and the private sector. The resource agencies that work with RCA tend to exercise authority over RCA and hold up needed development in the cities. Commissioner Naggar stated the organization is not run in a way that is efficient for the cities; one could argue that RCTC taking over as managing agency may make it operate more efficiently but that would be a lot of work. He expressed additional concern that RCA has a lot of lawsuits filed against them and suggested RCA should get their house in order before RCTC considers taking over as managing agency. Vice Chair Harnik requested clarification if the issues are with the MSHCP itself or with the process that the Plan is being implemented. Commissioner Naggar provided background of the development of the Plan and how it has been implemented, noting it has evolved into leveraging their authority to get property into conservation. Commissioner Naggar stressed the importance of looking into the number of lawsuits filed against the RCA and to discuss this with the private sector as the RCA takes property in the name of permits. Vice Chair Harnik stated taking 60 days to look into process and function is a reasonable approach to take. Second Vice Chair Perez stated Tom Kirk and Erica Felci of CVAG could be helpful in looking at this endeavor moving forward. He suggested RCTC discuss this with Commissioner Naggar as he has a lot of experience in this area. He noted his biggest concern is RCTC’s capacity and finances, but ultimately, he would look forward to the suggestions of those Commissioners representing the West end of the County. Commissioner Berk son asked that as part of the due diligence process RCTC look into any pending lawsuits to ensure RCTC does not inherit culpability of paying out any outstanding lawsuits. Chair Benoit stated a report back to the Executive Committee would have to include what RCTC would need to be fully resourced and staffed. Ms. Mayer concurred. 4 RCTC Executive Committee Meeting Minutes August 12, 2020 Page 5 M/S/C (Spiegel/Berkson) to authorize the Executive Director to work with the Interim Executive Director of the RCA as well as Legal Counsel to conduct a due diligence period of up to 60 days to look into this further and return to the Executive Commission for further discussion. No: Naggar 7. ADJOURNMENT There being no other items to be considered, the Executive Committee meeting adjourned at 9:14 a.m. Respectfully submitted, Lisa Mobley Clerk of the Board 5 RCA MANAGING AGENCY DUE DILIGENCE September 9, 2020 Executive Committee Anne Mayer, Executive Director 1 RCA Focus 2 •Transition to RCTC by end of 2020 •Maintain institutional knowledge •Ensure that nothing falls through the cracks •Protect employees •Eliminate contracts redundancy •Maximize funding •Increase presence: Sacramento and DC •Improve and increase public engagement •Complete land acquisition •Ensure organization and MSHCP stability •Create efficiencies •Focus resources on MSHCP implementation RCTC Focus 3 •Do no harm to RCTC •Complete cost recovery •No assumption of financial obligations •No assumption of legal liabilities •Identify and address political concerns •Protect Measure A investment in MSHCP •Ensure MSHCP benefit to RCTC projects •Advance both agency ability to achieve their missions •Integrate staff into RCTC organization •Ensure full staffing and resources •Do it right Assessment Areas: 4 •Implementation mechanism •Financial •Legal •Policy •Contracts •Staff/organization Preliminary Findings 5 •Implementation mechanism o Managing agency agreement o Roles/responsibilities/obligations •Financial o Independence o Complete cost recovery o No assumption of financial obligations o RCA annual expenditures approx. $43m Preliminary Findings 6 •Legal o Liability concerns o Review of legal history •Policy o Review o Consolidation •Contracts o Redundancy o Opportunities(Legislative, Communications, R/W, Legal) Preliminary Findings 7 •Staff/Organization o Workload high for both agencies o Integrated organization required o Sufficient resources essential o Interim organization staffing increase -35% o Retention of consultants at initiation o Retention of County systems at initiation o Cost sharing required for 4 new positions 3 Stage Implementation 8 •STAGE 1: (This fiscal year) o Make conditional job offers to existing staff assigned to RCA o On -board new employees o Assume overall management responsibilities o Launch a comprehensive organizational analysis o Review, modify and/or cancel duplicative contracts (potential cost savings and efficiency gains) o Initiate development of process improvement plan o Initiate stakeholder outreach o Continue Nexus Study approval process 3 Stage Implementation 9 •STAGE 2: (2 -3 year period beginning July 2021) o Recruit a permanent Deputy Executive Director assigned to RCA responsibilities o Implement recommendations from organizational analysis (could restructure departments, consolidate departments, and/or add positions o Enhance public outreach and education regarding the MSHCP o Continue and enhance proactive legislative outreach and grant efforts o Set priorities for the completion of the MSHCP, responsible access to public lands, and policies and procedures regarding the ongoing management of conservation areas. 3 Stage Implementation 10 •Stage 3: (2024 and beyond) o Continue implementation of MSHCP o Continuous improvement of governance structure o Gradual change in focus from acquisition to maintenance of acquired land Key Questions 11 o RCTC Board support necessary to success, now and in the future o Is the MSHCP beneficial to RCTC mission? o Should the RCTC investment be protected? o Is this ”better government” ? o Are RCTC priorities protected? o Clarity of RCTC/RCA Board Roles and Responsibilities essential o Contractual arrangement for staffing and implementation only o Not a transfer of policy or statutory authorities DISCUSSIONAND NEXT STEPS 12 AGENDA ITEM 6 Agenda Item 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 9, 2020 TO: Executive Committee FROM: Pamela Velez, Human Resources Administrator THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: Fiscal Year 2020/21 Organization Recommendations STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Reinstate merit increases and s alary range cost of living adjustment (COLA) for FY 20 20/21 effective July 1, 2020; 2) Approve revised FY 2020/21 salary ranges ; 3) Reinstate funding for Planning and Programming Director on range 63 ($13,098-$17,682); and 4) Direct staff to include these proposed actions in a budget adjustment for consideration by the Commission. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Given the uncertainty related to COVID-19 and the impact on revenues, staff recommended in May to defer merit increases and the annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) cost of living adjustment (COLA) on the Commission’s salary ranges. This recommendation was made out of an abundance of caution in unknown circumstances as well as an understanding that many member agencies would be taking similar actions. In addition, an indefinite hiring freeze was implemented and four vacant positions were left unfunded in the FY 2020/21 budget approved in June 2020. Although the COVID -19 crisis has created a number of uncertainties, one constant has been the Commission’s heavy and ongoing workload. RCTC currently has 13 projects in some stage of development including a number of complex projects under construction including the I -15 Express Lanes, 15/91 Express Lanes Connector, 60 Truck Lanes, operational improvements at the Downtown Riverside Metrolink Station, and the I -15/Railroad Canyon Interchange. Recently the Commission was approached with a new challenge in evaluating the possibility of serving as the managing agency for the Western Riverside County Multi Species Habitat Conservation Plan. At the August 2020 Executive Committee, in response to a request from the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Agency (RCA), staff was directed to proceed with a due diligence process to evaluate the request. This due diligence effort has included an evaluation of the Commission’s staffing needs . Even without the RCA challenge, the Executive Committee should reconsider some of the actions taken in May. As was discussed at the May and June 2020 Executive Committees, the FY 2020/21 budget will require continuous monitoring, assessment, and potential adjustment throughout the fiscal year. Each year in accordance with the Administrative Code and as a part of the budget process, the Executive Committee 6 Agenda Item 6 considers organization recommendations including but not limited to staff classifications and compensation. Budget related decisions are included in the annual budget for consideration and approval by the full Commission. As a result of COVID-19, this annual consideration was delayed until May in order to obtain as much financial information as possible before the required June 15 budget deadline. Workload and productivity remains high and staff suggests the following actions to maintain its level of productivity and respond to upcoming needs. Merit Increases The Commission compensation structure utilizes a merit -based evaluation process to individually determine if annual salary adjustments are warranted based on performance. Any merit -based salary adjustments are made on a sliding scale up to the maximum percentage determined by the Commission in its annual budget adoption. The FY 2019/20 budget included funds for up to 4% merit -based increases. Given the unknown impacts of COVID -19 on revenues and out of an abundance of caution, staff previously recommended suspension of the increases until further information was known. It is now recommended that funding for 4% merit increases in FY 2020/21 be reinstated due to the significant workload being managed by a lean RCTC organization. Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) on Salary Ranges The Commission is required to publicly and separately adopt a salary range table as a part of the budget approval process. This method ensures clarity and public disclosure. Commission policy applies an annual COLA to the salary range table. The COLA is predicated on the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index-All Urban Wage Earners, covering the Riverside -San Bernardino-Ontario, for the 12-month period ending December 31, rounded to the nearest half a percent, with a maximum adjustment of 4 percent. The COLA is not automatically applied to current employees’ salaries . Typically employees earn salary increases only through the Commission’s performance management process. Given the unknown impacts of COVID -19 on revenues and out of an abundance of caution, staff previously recommended that the Commission suspend the salary range COLA adjustment for FY 2020/21. It is now recommended that a revised Salary Range table including a 2.9% COLA calculated per policy be reinstated. Modification to Hiring Freeze: Director of Planning and Programming Position One of the four unfunded positions in the FY 2020/21 budget is the Director of Planning and Programming. This position was vacant at the start of the COVID -19 crisis due to a recent retirement. Although it is a critical position, it was recommended to leave the position vacant and unfunded out of an abundance of caution. It is strongly recommended that this position be funded and filled at the earliest opportunity to ensure RCTC representation in regional and statewide policy, planning and programming discussions. Inadequate involvement could be detrimental not only for RCTC but also member agencies with respect to the consequences of incompatible policies or inability to compete for transportation funds. 7 Agenda Item 6 The State of California continues to implement significant policy objectives related to climate change, greenhouse gas reduction, and reduction of vehicle miles travelled. These policy objectives are being integrated with transportation policy and funding decisions at the state level. In addition, the California Transportation Commission policies, g uidelines , and priorities are increasingly shifting toward a focus on implementing state policies. Traditionally, the Planning and Programming Director is actively engaged to ensure Riverside County priorities, projects and programs are protected to the maximum extent possible. The other three vacant positions will remain unfunded until a critical need is identified and discussed with the Executive Committee. Overall Budget Impact The Measure A Ordinance limits administrative salaries and benefits to 1% of Measure A revenues and Commission policy states that administrative costs, including administrative salaries and benefits , will not exceed 4%. Staff projects that these limitations will not exceeded as a result of the staff recommendations above . Even with reduced revenues projected as a result of COVID-19, compliance with these caps will be achieved. The Commission’s delivery of projects and programs is primarily accomplished through the use of vendors, consultants and contractors with oversight from RCTC staff. RCTC continues to manage an extensive program with an annual budget this year of $1.3 billion. Reinstatement of the merit increases , salary range COLA, and funding for the vacant Planning and Programming Director position will increase the overall salary and benefit costs by approximately $504,000 to a total of $11,436,000, which represents 0.9% of the overall budget. Staff recommends that the Executive Committee direct staff to include the impacts of these proposed actions in a budget adjustment for consideration by the Commission. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: No Year: FY 20 20/21 Amount: $504,000 Source of Funds: Measure A, Local Transportation Funds, Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fees, Motorist Assistance funds, and other sources Budget Adjustment: Yes GL/Project Accounting No.: XXX-XX -6XXXX (various funds -departments -salaries and benefits) Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 09/03/2020 Attachments: FY 2020/21 Proposed Salary Ranges with COLA adjustment 8 Rate Type 33 Accountant Monthly $6,300 $7,732 $8,505 17 Accounting Assistant Monthly $4,264 $5,233 $5,757 44 Accounting Supervisor Monthly $8,237 $10,109 $11,120 25 Accounting Technician Monthly $5,183 $6,361 $6,997 17 Administrative Assistant Monthly $4,264 $5,233 $5,757 51 Administrative Services Manager/Clerk of the Board Monthly $9,774 $11,995 $13,195 53 Capital Projects Manager Monthly $10,263 $12,595 $13,855 67 Chief Financial Officer Monthly $14,441 $17,722 $19,495 45 Clerk of the Board Monthly $8,443 $10,362 $11,398 51 Commuter/Motorist Assistance Manager Monthly $9,774 $11,995 $13,195 32 Deputy Clerk of the Board Monthly $6,147 $7,544 $8,298 57 Deputy Director of Finance Monthly $11,315 $13,886 $15,275 75 Deputy Executive Director Monthly $17,553 $21,542 $23,696 83 Executive Director Monthly $21,335 $26,184 $28,803 63 External Affairs Director Monthly $13,098 $16,075 $17,682 45 Facilities Administrator Monthly $8,443 $10,362 $11,398 35 Financial Analyst Monthly $6,615 $8,119 $8,931 51 Goods Movement Manager Monthly $9,774 $11,995 $13,195 45 Human Resources Administrator Monthly $8,443 $10,362 $11,398 45 IT Administrator Monthly $8,443 $10,362 $11,398 51 Legislative Affairs Manager Monthly $9,774 $11,995 $13,195 35 Management Analyst Monthly $6,615 $8,119 $8,931 63 Multimodal Services Director Monthly $13,098 $16,075 $17,682 63 Planning and Programming Director Monthly $13,098 $16,075 $17,682 51 Planning and Programming Manager Monthly $9,774 $11,995 $13,195 36 Procurement Analyst Monthly $6,777 $8,317 $9,149 53 Procurement Manager Monthly $10,263 $12,595 $13,855 67 Project Delivery Director Monthly $14,441 $17,722 $19,495 51 Public Affairs Manager Monthly $9,774 $11,995 $13,195 51 Rail Manager Monthly $9,774 $11,995 $13,195 17 Records Technician Monthly $4,264 $5,233 $5,757 53 Right of Way Manager Monthly $10,263 $12,595 $13,855 25 Senior Administrative Assistant Monthly $5,183 $6,361 $6,997 43 Senior Financial Analyst Monthly $8,041 $9,869 $10,855 43 Senior Management Analyst Monthly $8,041 $9,869 $10,855 13 Senior Office Assistant Monthly $3,868 $4,747 $5,222 43 Senior Procurement Analyst Monthly $8,041 $9,869 $10,855 63 Toll Operations Manager Monthly $13,098 $16,075 $17,682 71 Toll Program Director Monthly $15,921 $19,539 $21,493 65 Toll Project Manager Monthly $13,753 $16,879 $18,566 53 Toll Technology Manager Monthly $10,263 $12,595 $13,855 51 Transit Manager Monthly $9,774 $11,995 $13,195 (1) Salary Ranges may be adjusted, as approved, by the Commission Revised as of XX/XX/XXXX and adopted by the Commission as of XX/XX/XXXX Riverside County Transportation Commission Salary Range by Class Title FY20/21 - Effective July 2, 2020 Salary Range Class Title Range Minimum (1) Control Point (1) Range Maximum (1) 9 From: Tara Byerly To: Tara Byerly Cc: Lisa Mobley; Anne Mayer; John Standiford Bcc: Subject: RCTC: Septem r Specia Executive Committee an September Executive Committee Meeting Agendas - September 9, 2020 Date: Friday, September 4, 2020 11:27:00 AM Attachments: image001.pnq September Executive Special Meeting Agenda.pdf September Executive Agenda 09.09.20.pdf Good morning Executive Committee Members, The September Agenda for the Executive Committee Special Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 9, 2020 @ 8:30 a.m. is available, please note the start time. Also, available is the September Executive Committee meeting agenda scheduled for Wednesday, September 9 @ 9:00 a.m. I have attached the Special Executive Committee and Executive Committee Meeting Agendas for your convenience. To ensure a quorum please respond to this email. https://www.rctc.org/wD-content/uploads/2020/09/September-Executive-Special-Meeting- Agenda.pdf https://www.rctc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/September-Executive-Agenda-09.09.20.pdf Pursuant to Governor Newsom's Executive Order N-29-20, (March 18, 2020), the meeting will only be conducted via video conferencing and by telephone. Please follow the instructions below to join the meeting remotely. For any questions regarding the Zoom meeting or to schedule a test run, please contact Lisa Mobley at ImoblevPrctc.org or 951-288-2680. INSTRUCTIONS FOR ELECTRONIC PARTICIPATION Join Zoom Meeting https://rctc.zoom.us/j/87121917353 Meeting ID: 871 2191 7353 One tap mobile +16699006833„87121917353# US Meeting ID: 871 2191 7353 Let me know if there are any questions. Thank you. Respectfully, Tara Byerly Deputy Clerk of the Board Riverside County Transportation Commission 951.787.7141 W |951.787.7906 F 4080 Lemon St. 3rd Fl.| P.O. Box 12008 Riverside, CA 92502 rctc.org RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION SPECIAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROLL CALL SEPTEMBER 9 , 2020 Present Absent County of Riverside, District I X  County of Riverside, District II X  County of Riverside, District III X  County of Riverside, District IV X  County of Riverside, District V X  City of Beaumont X  City of Jurupa Valley X  City of Palm Desert X  City of Palm Springs X  City of Temecula X  City of Wildomar X 