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AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019, 9:30 A.M.

BOARD HEARING ROOM 381B

KENNETH HAHN HALL OF ADMINISTRATION

500 WEST TEMPLE STREET

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90012

Janice Hahn

Chair

Fourth District

Hilda L. Solis Mark Ridley-Thomas Supervisor Supervisor First District Second District

Sheila Kuehl Kathryn Barger Supervisor Chair Pro Tem Third District Fifth District

AGENDA POSTED: February 28, 2019

MEETING TELEVISED: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 10:00 p.m. on KLCS

Assistive listening devices, agenda in Braille and/or alternate formats are available upon request. American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters, other

auxiliary aids and services, or reasonable modifications to Board meeting policies and/or procedures, such as to assist members of the disability community who would like to request a disability-related accommodation in addressing the Board, are available if requested at least three business days prior to the Board meeting. Later requests will be accommodated to the extent feasible. Please telephone the Executive Office of the Board at (213) 974-1426 (voice) or (213) 974-1707 (TTY), from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Tagged Passions:business, disability, procedure, and services

Supporting documentation is available at the Executive Office of the Board located at the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration, 500 W. Temple Street,

Room 383, Los Angeles, California 90012, and may also be accessible on the Board of Supervisors' website at http://bos.lacounty.gov/
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M quinas de traducci n disponibles a petici n. Si necesita int rprete para las juntas de los Supervisores del Condado de Los Angeles, por favor llame

(213) 974-1426 entre las horas de 8:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m., lunes a viernes, con tres d as de anticipaci n.

Executive Officer

Celia Zavala

Invocation led by Pastor Stephanie Jaeger, St. Mathews Lutheran Church, North Hollywood (3).

Tagged Passions:church

Pledge of Allegiance led by Matthew John Mitchell, Member, American Legion Post No. 109, Gardena (2).

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I. PRESENTATIONS

Presentation of plaque to the Honorable Silvia Chiave, commemorating her appointment as new Consul General of Italy in Los Angeles, as arranged by

the Chair.
Tagged Passions:appointments

Presentation of pet(s) to the television audience for the County s Pet Adoption Program, as arranged by Supervisor Hahn.

Tagged Passions:pets and program

Presentation of scrolls to Los Angeles County Public Health nurses Crystal D. Cadavid, Evelyn Gonzalez, and Cam Nguyen, in recognition of their noble

efforts rendering aid during a life-threatening emergency at the Whittier Narrows Mobile Shower Program, as arranged by Supervisor Solis.
Tagged Passions:health, recognition, program, and emergency

Presentation of scroll, in recognition of Women s History Month, to JoAnn Boyce, one of the Clinton 12 who were the first students to integrate a

public high school in the South, as arranged by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas. (19-0204)
Tagged Passions:recognition, education, students, and history

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II. SET MATTER 11:00 A.M.

S-1. Policies and Grants Administration Manual for Measure A, the Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks and Beaches Measure of 2016

Tagged Passions:grant, beach, parks, and neighborhood

Discussion related to the Policies and Grants Administration Manual for Measure A, the Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks and Beaches Measure of 2016.

RECEIVE AND FILE (Relates to Agenda No. 1-P) (19-1482)
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III. SPECIAL DISTRICT AGENDA

AGENDA FOR THE MEETING OF

THE REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT

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OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019

9:30 A.M.

1-P. Policies and Grants Administration Manual for Measure A, the Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks and Beaches Measure of 2016

Tagged Passions:grant, beach, parks, and neighborhood

Recommendation: Approve the content of the Los Angeles County Regional Park and Open Space District s policies and Grants Administration Manual for

Measure A, the Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks and Beaches Measure of 2016; and authorize the Director of the Regional Park and Open Space District to implement the policies and Grants Administration Manual, including final formatting of the document, and make revisions from time to time as needed to meet the goals of Measure A. APPROVE (Relates to Agenda No. S-1) (19-1309)
Tagged Passions:grant, beach, parks, and neighborhood

Attachments: Board Letter

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IV. CONSENT CALENDAR

All matters are approved by one motion unless held.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1 - 18

1. Appointments to Commissions/Committees/Special Districts

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

Recommendation for appointment/reappointment for the following Commissions/Committees/Special Districts (+ denotes reappointments): Documents on file

in the Executive Office.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

Supervisor Solis Ted Tenorio, Los Angeles City-County Native American Indian

Commission John Anthony Schmitz, Los Angeles County Citizens Economy and

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and economy

Efficiency Commission

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and government efficiency

Supervisor Kuehl Eugene Willis, Jr., Consumer Affairs Advisory Commission

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

Supervisor Hahn Amy Howorth, Commission for Women Hal Malkin+, Little Lake Cemetery District Carol Maldonado+, Los Angeles Harbor Area Cemetery

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, boating, and ports

District (19-0205)

2. Proclaiming March as National Social Work Month

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Barger: Proclaim the month of March 2019 as Social Work Month and recognize social workers and

their Departments throughout the County for improving the well-being of County children, adults and families by providing systems of support that ensure their basic needs are met. (19-1467)
Tagged Passions:recognition

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Barger

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3. Los Angeles County Wireless Communication Facility

Tagged Passions:facility, cell tower, Cell tower, communications, Communications, wireless, and Wireless

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Instruct the Director of Planning to prepare an ordinance that at minimum defines and establishes

standards for the location, height and design of Wireless Communication Facilities; conduct outreach to residents, the Wireless Communication Facilities industry and other interested parties; prepare an appropriate environmental document for the ordinance in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the County s environmental review procedures; and present the ordinance and environmental document to the Regional Planning Commission and Board for consideration at their respective public hearings. (Relates to Agenda No. 48) (19-1451)
Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, boards and commissions, procedure, environment, communications, compliance, hearing, Communications, wireless, and Wireless

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Hahn

4. Ground Lease with the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles

Tagged Passions:leasing

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Find that the portion of a surface parking lot at the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation

Center South campus proposed for the use by St. Pius X-St. Matthias Academy as a parking lot is not required for exclusive County purposes during the term of the proposed lease agreement; find that the continued services provided by the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles, by allowing the public to use the parking lot, providing access to St. Pius athletic ball fields and sports activities to the general public and opening up St. Pius community garden to the public, meet the social needs of the County and serve public purposes which benefit the County; authorize the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute the proposed lease agreement with the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles to insure, operate and maintain an approximately 40,000 sq ft parking lot on a portion of County-owned property and execute any other ancillary documentation necessary, and take any other actions necessary and appropriate to implement and effectuate the terms of the proposed lease agreement; and find that the proposed granting of a lease agreement is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (19-1447)
Tagged Passions:grant, leasing, services, environment, property, athletics, sports, and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Hahn

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5. Proclaiming March 2019 National Nutrition Month in Los Angeles County

Tagged Passions:nutrition

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Proclaim March 2019 as National Nutrition Month throughout Los Angeles County and encourage all

County residents and interested groups to participate in activities that promote the importance of reducing hunger, making informed food choices and developing physical activity habits. (19-1470)
Tagged Passions:nutrition

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Hahn

6. Charitable Giving Campaign Training Fee Waiver

Tagged Passions:training

Recommendation by Supervisor Hahn: Waive the 20 per vehicle parking fee for 45 vehicles, totaling 900, at the Music Center Garage, for the County s

Charitable Giving Campaign debriefing and wrap-up training at the Hall of Administration, to be held March 19, 2019. (19-1187)
Tagged Passions:training and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Hahn

7. Extend the Reward in the Suspicious Disappearance of Jose Lara, Cuauhtemoc Lara and Julieta Arvizu

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Extend the 20,000 reward offered in exchange for information leading to the arrest and/or

conviction of the person or persons responsible for the heinous murders of Jose Lara, Cuauht moc Lara and Julieta Arvizu, who disappeared in January 2018, with their vehicle having been found abandoned in the unincorporated area of Littlerock on February 5, 2018. (18-1640)

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Barger

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8. Los Angeles County s Application for State Proposition 47 Cohort 2 Grant Program

Tagged Passions:grant and program

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Ridley-Thomas: Instruct the Director of the Office of Diversion and Re-Entry to submit the Los

Angeles County application for Cohort 2 of the Proposition 47 (Prop 47) Request for Proposals that continues to focus on the priority areas identified in the Prop 47 Town Hall meetings and incorporates stakeholder feedback gathered through ongoing Joint Local Advisory Committee meetings; in the event that the County is awarded Prop 47 funds by the Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC), authorize the Director of Health Services to accept the grant of up to 18,616,627 and manage implementation of the program and execute the BSCC grant award agreement and all other necessary documents to accept the award, effective upon execution, and execute any future amendments to the grant award agreement; and authorize the Director of Health Services to take the following related actions:
Tagged Passions:health, grant, funding, program, services, events, and jail

Execute new agreements and amendments to existing agreements with community-based organizations that are necessary to implement the LA County

Proposition 47 Program;
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Execute an agreement with a data system provider for the Proposition 47 Program and/or amend the agreement with ClientTrack to facilitate the

deployment of the ClientTrack case management system for the Proposition 47 Program with amendments not to exceed Board approved funding for the Proposition 47 Program; and
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Retain a consultant to perform data collection and evaluation services during the term of the Proposition 47 Program grant, at an amount not to

exceed 10 of the total grant award from BSCC. (19-1469)
Tagged Passions:grant, program, and services

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Solis and Ridley-Thomas

9. Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation Grant

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Ridley-Thomas: Authorize the Director of Parks and Recreation to submit a grant application to

the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation for the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities program; and accept grant funds, conduct all negotiations and execute and submit all documents including, but not limited to, applications, agreements, amendments and payment requests, that may be necessary for the completion of its Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities program across 17 parks. (19-1471)
Tagged Passions:grant, funding, program, parks, and recreation

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Solis and Ridley-Thomas

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10. Converting Class II Bike Lanes into Class IV Bikeways

Tagged Passions:Bicycles and bicycles

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Instruct the Director of Public Works to study the feasibility of converting existing

County-maintained buffered Class II bike lanes into Class IV bikeways, including the following elements: identification and mapping of existing buffered Class II bike lanes, details regarding location by Supervisorial District/community, buffer and lane widths and whether or not there is adjacent on-street parking; recommendations for type of vertical separation to be placed within the existing buffer for each bikeway; standards for addressing conflict points along the bikeways , including at driveways and turning lanes; descriptions of pavement condition; cost estimates; potential funding sources, including Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funds; potential timeframes required to implement the improvements, also consider community meetings, phasing as necessary and project delivery method; identification of projects currently in design or construction that include existing buffered Class II bike lanes within the project limits; per California Streets and Highways Code, consider whether or not there are any Class IV bikeway alternative design criteria that can be utilized in place of State design criteria to better align with the Department of Public Works standards, operations and maintenance practices; and instruct the Director to take the following related actions:
Tagged Passions:funding, construction, streets, Public Works, public works, Bicycles, bicycles, and parking

Identify and map all County-maintained Class II bike lanes with adjacent curb parking;

Tagged Passions:Bicycles, bicycles, and parking

Report back to the Board in 90 days in response to the feasibility and identified Class II bike lanes study; and

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As a policy, moving forward for transportation projects in unincorporated areas that include existing or proposed Class II bike lanes, consider

converting these bike lanes to Class IV bikeways, where feasible, by adding vertical separation or moving the bike lane to the curb and utilizing parking (where present) as a form of vertical separation considering improvements such as door zones and supplemental vertical separation, such as bollards or delineators, as part of the conversion, with this policy not applying to projects that are currently funded by grants if the policy would put the grant funds at risk due to schedule delays or other considerations, and consult with the respective Supervisorial District for approval when considering such a conversion. (19-1235)
Tagged Passions:grant, funding, transportation, risk, policy, Bicycles, bicycles, and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

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11. Expanding Dental Access in the My Health LA Program

Tagged Passions:health and program

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Instruct the Director of Health Services through the My Health LA (MHLA) Program to redefine the

definition of a Clinic Site in the MHLA agreement to include a permanent location at which dental services are provided, in accordance with the Business and Professions Code, which is owned or operated by a contractor that provides included services at one of more other Clinic Sites, and is within the contractor s scope of project for purposes of Federally Qualified Health Center certification. (19-1249)
Tagged Passions:health, business, sites, program, and services

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

12. Women s History Month 2019

Tagged Passions:history

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Proclaim March 2019 as Women s History Month throughout Los Angeles County, to recognize women

throughout history and their accomplishments and contributions to society . (19-1455)
Tagged Passions:recognition and history

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

13. American Red Cross Month 2019

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Proclaim March 2019 as American Red Cross Month throughout Los Angeles County, to recognize and

thank Red Cross volunteers and donors who give of themselves to support our community in time of need. (19-1450)
Tagged Passions:recognition and volunteer

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

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14. Native American Indian Commission Fee Waiver

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Waive 500 in parking fees for 25 vehicles every third Tuesday of the month at the Music Center

Garage, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for the Los Angeles Native American Indian Commission s monthly meeting. (19-1461)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, insurance, and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

15. Girls on the Run Spring Family 5K Event Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Waive 2,400 in participant fees, 7,200 in parking fees and 3,240 in site rental fees, totaling

12,840, at the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area, Meadows Picnic Area, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for the Spring Family 5K event hosted by Girls on the Run of Los Angeles County, to be held May 4, 2019 from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (19-1453)
Tagged Passions:events, insurance, rental, recreation, and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

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16. Strengthening Consumer Protections for the Property Assessed Clean Energy Program

Tagged Passions:program, environment, property, clean energy, and energy

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Solis: Instruct the Director of Consumer and Business Affairs, in consultation with the

Treasurer and Tax Collector, Director of Internal Services and County Counsel, to report back to the Board in writing in 60 days with the following:
Tagged Passions:business, taxes, Taxes, services, Treasurer, and TREASURER

A comprehensive protocol for addressing consumer complaints associated with both the County and non-County administered Property Assessed Clean

Energy (PACE) Programs;
Tagged Passions:program, environment, property, clean energy, and energy

A summary and plan of action to operationalize further refinements that can be made to strengthen the consumer protections associated with the

County-administered PACE Program and can inform Statewide legislative advocacy to improve the PACE Program, which should, at minimum, include a requirement that all PACE Program improvements be independently verified before payment is authorized; and
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An affirmative litigation strategy to pursue specific PACE Program contractors who have a proven history of non-compliance with the terms of the

program and promotion of predatory lending type activities; and
Tagged Passions:legal, strategic, program, compliance, payday lending, and history

Instruct the Director of Consumer and Business Affairs, in coordination with the Treasurer and Tax Collector and the Director of Internal Services ,

to develop and analyze a heat map of properties where the County has received PACE Program-related complaints and where properties with PACE loans are in tax default, and begin conducting targeted outreach to those communities to educate them about PACE financing and alerting them to potential scams or fraud as quickly as possible; and
Tagged Passions:business, taxes, Taxes, program, services, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Direct the County s Legislative Advocates in Sacramento to continue to aggressively advocate for legislation that optimizes consumer protections

associated with the PACE Program. (19-1435)
Tagged Passions:program

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Solis

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17. Plan to Achieve 25 Procurement Attainment Goal by Local Small Business Enterprises

Tagged Passions:business, purchasing, and small business

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Solis: Reaffirm the Board s commitment to a 25 attainment goal (Goal) for Local Small

Business Enterprises as part of the County s overall procurement efforts; instruct the Directors of Consumer and Business Affairs, Internal Services and the Auditor-Controller, to present their 18-month implementation plan to achieve this Goal at the Board meeting of April 2, 2019 and continue to report back to the Board in writing on a quarterly basis on their progress in implementing the plan, including recommendations on pursuing a regional business certification program and marketplace, a modern e-procurement system and legislative solutions that may be recommended to support the Goal; and instruct the Director of Internal Services, in collaboration with the Director of Consumer and Business Affairs, to incorporate a strategy to streamline the Countywide procurement process and progress updates in the existing quarterly reporting provided by the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs. (19-1449)
Tagged Passions:business, strategic, program, services, purchasing, small business, and audit

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Solis

18. Leveraging Technology to Accelerate and Maximize the Resentencing of Cannabis-Related Convictions

Tagged Passions:Technology and technology

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Solis: Direct the Chief Executive Officer and request the District Attorney, in

consultation with the Director of Consumer and Business Affairs Office of Cannabis Management (OCM), to report back to the Board in writing in 60 days on a progress update on efforts to comply with Assembly Bill (AB) 1793, including opportunities to utilize technology for resentencing purposes and metrics to track and share progress of resentencing cannabis-related convictions in the County s Proposition 64 dashboard; instruct the Public Defender and the Alternate Public Defender, in coordination with the Chief Executive Officer, to report back to the Board in writing in 90 days with a plan to notify all clients and inform them of the County s cannabis resentencing efforts, and that barriers to employment, housing and more may be removed as result of AB 1793; and direct the Chief Executive Officer, in consultation with OCM, the District Attorney, the Public Defender and the Alternate Public Defender, to report back to the Board in writing in 180 days with opportunities to apply technology and user-centered design for additional decriminalization and resentencing reforms. (19-1468)
Tagged Passions:business, legal, employment, Technology, technology, and housing

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Solis

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ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 19 - 59

Chief Executive Office

19. Annual Risk Management Report

Tagged Passions:risk

Annual report by the Chief Executive Office on Risk Management for Fiscal Year 2017-18. RECEIVE AND FILE (Relates to Agenda No. 24) (Continued from

the meeting of 2-5-19) (19-0681)
Tagged Passions:risk

Attachments: Report

20. Successor Memoranda of Understanding for Bargaining Units 321, 323, 421, 721, 724, 802 and 821

Recommendation: Approve successor memoranda of understanding between the County and the Association of Federal, State, County and Municipal Employees

(AFSCME) Council 36, Local 1271 for Bargaining Units 321 - Physician Assistants, the Committee of Interns and Resident Physicians for Bargaining Unit 323 - Interns and Resident Physicians, the AFSCME, Council 36, Local 119 for Bargaining Unit 421 - Automotive and Equipment Maintenance and Repair, the AFSCME, Local 2712 for Bargaining Unit 721 - Psychiatric Social Workers, the AFSCME, Local 3511 for Bargaining Unit 724 - Supervisory Professional Social Workers, the AFSCME, Council 36 for Bargaining Unit 802 - Child Support Attorneys and the AFSCME, Local 830 for Bargaining Unit 821 - Agricultural Inspectors; approve an ordinance for introduction amending County Code, Title 6 - Salaries, providing for salary adjustments and related changes for non-represented employees; and instruct the Auditor-Controller to make all payroll system changes necessary to implement the recommendations. 4-VOTES (Relates to Agenda No. 60) (19-1354)
Tagged Passions:equipment, ordinance, legal, council, agriculture, union, and audit

Attachments: Board Letter

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21. Child Support Services Department Lease Amendment

Tagged Passions:leasing and services

Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a proposed lease amendment with Omninet Commerce, LP, to provide up to 1,470,861 of

additional Tenant Improvement funds to be paid by the County for the Child Support Services Department s continued use of office space located at 5770 South Eastern Avenue in Commerce (1), to be paid via a lump sum, with the rental and related costs 100 funded by State and Federal funding sources, and execute any other ancillary documentation necessary to effectuate the increased funding; authorize the Chief Executive Officer and the Director of Child Support Services to take actions necessary and appropriate to implement the authorization; and find that the proposed actions are exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Continued from the meeting of 2-19-19) (19-1039)
Tagged Passions:funding, leasing, services, environment, and rental

Attachments: Board Letter

22. Workers Compensation Claims Third-Party Administration Services Contracts

Tagged Passions:compensation, contract, and services

Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute four contracts under the County Managed Solution, Tier One Model, with York Risk

Services Group, for Units A and B and Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc. for Units C and D, for a five-year term from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024, and a maximum contract amount of 206,412,768, 100 offset by the Workers Compensation Operating Budget, for the provision of Workers Compensation Claims Third-Party Administration Services; exercise three one-year extension options ending June 30, 2027, through an amendment at the beginning of the applicable agreement term, and increasing the maximum contract amount by 136,531,446, for a total maximum amount of 342,944,214 for all four contracts, 100 offset by the Workers Compensation Operating Budget; and execute amendments and change notices pursuant to the contracts provisions, and/or provide an increase or decrease in funding up to 15 above or below the total contract amount to ensure compliance with Federal, State or County regulations, or modification to the program requirements upon amendment execution and/or at the beginning of the applicable term. (19-1310)
Tagged Passions:regulation, funding, compensation, budget, contract, risk, program, services, and compliance

Attachments: Board Letter

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23. Negotiated Exchange of Property Tax Revenue Joint Resolution

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, and property tax

Recommendation: Adopt a joint resolution between the Board, acting as the Governing Body of the County and the Consolidated Fire Protection District,

the City Council of the City of Los Angeles and the Governing Body of the West Basin Municipal Water District, based on the negotiated exchange of property tax revenue, as a result of the proposed detachment of approximately 1.34 acres of road right-of-way territory on West 116th Street between Isis Avenue and Judah Avenue (2), from the City of Los Angles (Reorganization No. 2016-33 to the City of Los Angeles). (19-1311)
Tagged Passions:council, streets, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, water, property, and property tax

Attachments: Board Letter

County Operations

24. Annual Litigation Cost Report

Tagged Passions:legal

Annual report by County Counsel on the Litigation Cost Report for Fiscal Year 2017-2018. RECEIVE AND FILE (Relates to Agenda No. 19) (Continued from

the meeting of 2-5-19) (19-0682)
Tagged Passions:legal

Attachments: Report

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25. Landscape Services Contracts

Tagged Passions:contract, services, and buildings and grounds

Recommendation: Find that landscape services can be performed more economically by independent contractors; approve and instruct the Chair to sign

contracts for five Regions with BrightView Landscape Services, Inc., Sepco Earthscape, Inc. and American Heritage Landscape LP, to provide landscape services at various County facilities, effective April 1, 2019 for three years with two one-year and six month-to-month extension options, for a maximum total contract term of five years and six months, for a total amount of 853,344 (Region 1), 1,326,732 (Region 3), 732,090 (Region 4), 1,989,534 (Region 5) and 1,594,836 (Region 6), and an aggregate of 6,500,000 for the initial term, with sufficient funding included in the Internal Services Departments Fiscal Year 2018-19 Adopted Budget and sufficient funding will be requested in future years; authorize the Director of Internal Services to exercise the extension options in accordance with the contracts, add and delete facilities, approve necessary changes to scope of services and execute applicable contract amendments should the original contracting entities merge, be acquired or otherwise have a change of entity; and authorize the Director to increase the contract amount up to an additional 10 to allow for any possible Cost of Living Adjustments during the extension option years. (Internal Services Department) APPROVE (19-1399)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, contract, services, and buildings and grounds

Attachments: Board Letter

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26. Purchase Tax-Defaulted Property Subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell Chapter 8 Agreement

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, purchasing, and property

Recommendation: Find that the property has been offered for sale under the provisions of Chapter 7 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, at least once,

and no acceptable bids were received; and approve and instruct the Chair to sign a Chapter 8 Purchase Agreement authorizing the Treasurer and Tax Collector to sell one tax-defaulted property in the City of Los Angeles (3) subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell to the Tongva Land Preservation Corporation, for the estimated purchase price of 2,100, which consists of 100 for the property plus the projected costs of the sale. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE (19-1342)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, sale, taxes, Taxes, purchasing, preservation, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

27. Purchase Tax-Defaulted Property Subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell Chapter 8 Agreement

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, purchasing, and property

Recommendation: Approve and instruct the Chair to sign a Chapter 8 Purchase Agreement authorizing the Treasurer and Tax Collector to sell one

tax-defaulted property in the City of Rancho Palos Verdes (4) subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell to the City, for the estimated purchase price of 14,747, comprised of delinquent taxes, redemption penalties and the projected costs of the sale. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE (19-1324)
Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, purchasing, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

28. Purchase Tax-Defaulted Property Subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell Chapter 8 Agreement

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, purchasing, and property

Recommendation: Approve and instruct the Chair to sign a Chapter 8 Purchase Agreement authorizing the Treasurer and Tax Collector to sell three

tax-defaulted properties in the City of Glendale (5) subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell to the Arroyos and Foothills Conservancy, for the estimated purchase price of 14,469, comprised of delinquent taxes, redemption penalties and the projected costs of the sale. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE (19-1330)
Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, purchasing, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

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29. Purchase Tax-Defaulted Property Subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell Chapter 8 Agreement

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, purchasing, and property

Recommendation: Approve and instruct the Chair to sign a Chapter 8 Purchase Agreement authorizing the Treasurer and Tax Collector to sell two

tax-defaulted properties in the City of Palmdale (5) subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell to the County Sanitation District No. 20, for the estimated purchase price of 12,014, comprised of delinquent taxes, redemption penalties and the projected costs of the sale. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE (19-1331)
Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, solid waste, purchasing, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

30. Purchase Tax-Defaulted Property Subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell Chapter 8 Agreement

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, purchasing, and property

Recommendation: Find that the properties have been offered for sale under the provisions of Chapter 7 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, at least

once, and no acceptable bids were received; and approve and instruct the Chair to sign a Chapter 8 Purchase Agreement authorizing the Treasurer and Tax Collector to sell two tax-defaulted properties in the unincorporated area of the Antelope Valley (5) subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell to the County Sanitation District No. 14, for the estimated purchase price of 6,852, which consists of 1,426 for each property, plus the projected costs of the sale. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE (19-1339)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, sale, taxes, Taxes, solid waste, purchasing, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

31. Online Auction Sale of Unimproved Tax-Defaulted Property Subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell

Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, auction, and property

Recommendation: Adopt a resolution approving the online auction of unimproved Tax-Defaulted Property Subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell

(2019B), to be held June 1 through June 4, 2019 at www.bid4assets.com/losangeles and authorize the Treasurer and Tax Collector to sell the properties at a reduced minimum price of 1,426 for each property. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) ADOPT (19-1383)
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, auction, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 19

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019

Health and Mental Health Services

Tagged Passions:health, services, and mental health

32. Unarmed Security Guard Services Agreements

Tagged Passions:security and services

Recommendation: Find that unarmed security guard services continue to be performed more economically by independent contractors; instruct the Chair

to sign agreements with Securitas Security Services, USA, Inc. (Securitas) and Allied Universal Security Services (Allied Universal), for the provision of unarmed security guard services at all Department of Health Services (DHS) facilities and other County facilities occupied by DHS, for the period of May 1, 2019 through January 31, 2022, effective upon Board approval, with a maximum agreement amount of 45,313,340 for Securitas and 57,328,362 for Allied Universal, both agreements include a 10 contingency for emergency, urgent, unscheduled or additional unarmed guard services for the term of the agreement, funding is included in the DHS Fiscal Year 2018-19 Final Budget, and will be included in future fiscal years budget, as necessary; authorize the Director of Health Services to execute amendments and change notices to the agreements to make changes to the statement of work to accommodate operational changes in work flow, training, reporting requirements and other similar changes, incorporate administrative changes including , but not limited to, the addition, modification or removal of any relevant terms and conditions, clarifying terms and conditions, and complying changes with applicable law and utilize the 10 contingency included in the maximum contract amount for emergency, urgent, unscheduled or addition of unarmed guard services at DHS facilities and other County facilities occupied by DHS; and authorize the Director to add and fill four positions to provide critical staffing needed to implement activities to achieve DHS safety objectives for County health care workers and patients. (Department of Health Services) APPROVE (19-1352)
Tagged Passions:health, funding, budget, contract, security, services, emergency, training, human resources, and Immigration

Attachments: Board Letter

33. Donation of Robotic Medical Equipment

Tagged Passions:equipment, donation, and Donation

Recommendation: Accept a donation of three pieces of robotic medical equipment, including a Lokomat Pro V6 valued at 448,339, an InMotion 4.0

Anklebot valued at 102,000 and an Amadeo AR6 valued at 35,000, for a total value of 585,339, from the Rancho Research Institute to the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center s Rehabilitation Therapy Department (4), to provide effective and intensive training to improve patients mobility following a stroke, an injury or a neurological disease; and send a letter to Rancho Research Institute expressing the Board s appreciation for their generous donation. (Department of Health Services) APPROVE (19-1341)
Tagged Passions:health, equipment, donation, Donation, services, and training

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 20

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019

34. Incidental Expense Limits for Official Functions, Meetings and Conferences

Revised recommendation: Authorize the Director of Mental Health to exceed the Department of Mental Health s total incidental expenses for Fiscal Year

(FY) 2018-19 and subsequent fiscal years to procure catering services and pay for venues, meetings, conferences and events related to the conduct of County business up to a cumulative total of approximately 885,000 for FY 2018-19 and 885,000 for each subsequent fiscal year, provided that the per event expense does not exceed the specified amount and the Department submits quarterly expenditure reports to the Board of such events, with sufficient funds available in the Department s approved budget for FY 2018-19 and funding for subsequent fiscal years to be requested through the budget process, at no Net County Cost; and enter into agreement(s) for the use of various facility space(s) for meetings, conferences and events. (Department of Mental Health) APPROVE (Continued from the meeting of 2-19-19) (19-1035)
Tagged Passions:health, funding, business, facility, budget, services, events, and mental health

Attachments: Revised Board Letter

35. Initiatives Involving the Mental Health Services Act and Mental Health Civil Commitment Reform Sole Source Consultant Services Contract

Tagged Passions:health, contract, services, and mental health

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Mental Health to execute a consultant services contract with the Steinberg Institute to support Los Angeles

County with initiatives involving the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) and mental health civil commitment reform on an as needed basis, effective upon Board approval and extend through June 30, 2021, or until such time that the funds allocated for the consulting services are fully expended, whichever comes first, with a Total Contract Amount (TCA) of 750,000 to be fully funded by 2011 Realignment funds and State MHSA revenue; execute future amendments to the contract, including amendments that extend the term, provide administrative non-material changes, provide or add additional/related services, modify or replace an existing statement of work and/or reflect Federal, State and County regulatory and/or policy changes, provided that the County s total payment will not exceed an increase of more than 10 of the TCA; and terminate the contract, if necessary, in accordance with the contract s termination provisions, including termination for convenience. (Department of Mental Health) APPROVE (19-1361)
Tagged Passions:health, regulation, funding, contract, services, policy, and mental health

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 21

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019

36. Media Services for Why We Rise Campaign Participation Agreement Amendment

Tagged Passions:services

Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Deputy Director of Mental Health to amend a participation agreement with the California Mental Health Services

Authority (CalMHSA), for the expansion of the media campaign for Why We Rise Campaign, effective upon Board approval through Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 in the amount of 6,386,000 for FY 2018-19 and 12,000,000 for FY 2019-20, with a Total Contract Amount (TCA) of 38,596,000; authorize the Chief Deputy Director to execute future amendments or modifications to the agreement, including amendments that extend the term, if appropriate, add related services, revise the statement of work, reflect Federal, State and County regulations and/or policy changes, and increase the TCA provided that the County s total payment does not exceed an increase of 10 from the applicable Board approved TCA, and terminate the contract, if necessary, in accordance with the termination provisions, including termination for convenience; and approve an appropriation adjustment for FY 2018-19, fully funded with State Mental Health Services Act revenue which will shift 6,386,000 from Services and Supplies to Other Charges in the General Fund to provide additional spending authority for CalMHSA to expand media services. (Department of Mental Health) APPROVE (19-1405)
Tagged Passions:health, regulation, funding, expansion, contract, services, policy, and mental health

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 22

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019

37. Substance Use Disorder Services Contract Amendments

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Health to execute amendments to six contracts with various contractors to increase the maximum

contract obligation for Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-19 by 237,753 from 3,248,820 to 3,486,573 for additional substance use disorder (SUD) prevention services, effective upon execution through June 30, 2019, fully funded by Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment (SAPT) Block Grant funds, Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA); execute amendments to nine contracts with various contractors to increase the maximum contract obligation for FY 2018-19 by 5,418,000 from 10,553,075 to 15,971,075 to provide additional SUD services, specifically additional beds for Recovery Bridge Housing, effective upon execution through June 30, 2019, fully funded by SAPT Block Grant funds, CFDA; and authorize the Director to take the following related actions: (Department of Public Health) APPROVE
Tagged Passions:health, grant, funding, contract, services, and housing

Execute an amendment to a contract with the California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions to amend the statements of work for additional

training, consultation and technical assistance services for the Department of Public Health s SUD service providers, increase the maximum contract obligation for FY 2018-19 by 796,250 from 1,303,750 to 2,100,000 and re-establish the annual base maximum obligation at the revised FY 2018-19 amount, fully funded by SAPT Block Grant funds, CFDA, and extend the term through June 30, 2020 at the revised base maximum obligation, allow for the rollover of unspent funds and/or provide an increase or decrease in funding up to 10 above or below the revised base annual maximum obligation, effective upon amendment execution or at the beginning of the contract term and make corresponding service adjustments, as necessary;
Tagged Passions:health, grant, funding, contract, services, and training

Execute a sole source contract with Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (PPLA) to establish a new wellbeing center model to be implemented at 50 local

schools across the County and provide and accept referrals for other substance use related services, effective upon execution through June 30, 2019, for a total maximum obligation of 466,666, fully funded by SAPT Block Grant funds, CFDA;
Tagged Passions:grant, funding, contract, services, education, and abortion

Execute a sole source contract with Power to Decide to provide One Key Question Program training and technical assistance, effective upon execution

through June 30, 2019, for a total maximum obligation of 204,346, fully funded by SAPT Block Grant funds, CFDA;
Tagged Passions:grant, funding, contract, program, and training

County of Los Angeles Page 23

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Execute amendments to two sole source contracts with PPLA and Power to Decide to extend the term for up to three years through June 30, 2022 at an

annual amount of 1,400,000 for PPLA and 1,025,549 for Power to Decide, allow for the rollover of unspent funds and/or provide an increase or decrease in funding up to 10 above or below each term s annual base maximum obligation, effective upon amendment execution or at the beginning of the applicable contract term and make corresponding service adjustments, as necessary, and execute change notices that authorize budget modifications and corresponding service adjustments, as necessary, changes to hours of operation and/or service locations and/or corrections of errors in the contract s terms and conditions; and
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, contract, and jail

Execute a sponsorship agreement with the University of California, Los Angeles and provide financial support to sponsor the Lesbian and Bisexual

Women s Health Summit, to be held in March 2019, at a maximum obligation of 75,000, fully funded by the SAPT Block Grant funds, CFDA, which may include language that departs from standard Board-approved language, including indemnification language. (19-1396)
Tagged Passions:health, grant, funding, finance, LGBTQ, and university

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 24

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019

Community Services

Tagged Passions:services

38. Transfer of a Portion of Deane Dana Friendship Park

Tagged Passions:parks

Recommendation: Find that a 9.76 acre portion of Deane Dana Friendship Park (4) located in the City of Los Angeles, is local in character; approve

the gratis transfer of the County s right, title and interest in the portion of Deane Dana Friendship to the City of Los Angeles pursuant to Government Code Section 25550.5 and instruct the Chair to sign a quitclaim deed and Park Property Transfer Agreement; authorize the Chief Executive Officer to accept an access easement granted to the County by the City; authorize the Director of Parks and Recreation and the Chief Executive Officer to execute any other documents necessary to complete the transfer and easement conveyance, and any amendments; and find that the proposed park property transfer is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Parks and Recreation) APPROVE 5-VOTES (19-1350)
Tagged Passions:grant, environment, parks, property, easement, and recreation

Attachments: Board Letter

39. Shuttle Services Contract

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Recommendation: Find that shuttle services can be performed more economically by an independent contractor; award and instruct the Chair to sign a

contract with Southland Transit, Inc. for Heights Hopper shuttle service in the unincorporated communities of Hacienda Heights and Rowland Heights (4), commencing April 1, 2019 for a one-year term, with three one-year and six month-to-month extension options, for a maximum potential contract term of 54 months, and a maximum potential contract amount of 2,459,077 with funding included in the Proposition A Local Return Transit Program and the Transit Operations Fund Fiscal Year 2018-19 Budget; authorize the Director of Public Works to exercise the extension options if, in the opinion of the Director, the contractor has successfully performed during the previous contract period and the services are still required, approve and execute amendments to incorporate necessary changes within the scope of work, suspend work if, in the opinion of the Director, it is in the best interest of the County to do so, and annually increase the contract amount up to an additional 10 of the annual contract amount for unforeseen, additional work within the scope of the contract; and find that the contract work is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE (19-1316)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, contract, program, services, environment, Public Works, and public works

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 25

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40. Certification of Increased Maintained Mileage of Los Angeles County Roads

Tagged Passions:streets

Recommendation: Adopt a resolution to submit to the California Department of Transportation certifying that the total mileage of maintained roads in

the unincorporated territory of Los Angeles County has increased by 104.12 miles and that the revised mileage as of December 31, 2018 is 3,289.35 miles. (Department of Public Works) ADOPT (19-1384)
Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, Public Works, and public works

Attachments: Board Letter

41. Acquisition of Buses for Shuttle Services

Tagged Passions:Public Transit and services

Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Director of Internal Services, as the County s Purchasing Agent, to proceed with the acquisition of three

clean fuel-powered, heavy-duty, low-floor transit buses for 550,000 each for a total of 1,650,000, as replacement vehicles for the Wellness Center Shuttle, Athens Shuttle and Lennox Shuttle Services (1 and 2); and find that the proposed action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE (19-1385)
Tagged Passions:Public Transit, services, environment, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

Attachments: Board Letter

42. Parkway Improvements Projects Job Order Contract

Tagged Passions:contract

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Works to use a Board-approved job order contract to construct parkway improvements at 5372 Whittier

Boulevard and repair existing parkway improvements in the unincorporated County area of East Los Angeles (1), for an aggregate construction project amount not to exceed 285,000, with funding for the parkway improvements at 5372 Whittier Boulevard included in the First Supervisorial District s Transportation Improvement Program in the Measure R Local Return Fund Fiscal Year 2018-19 Budget; and find that the proposed construction is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE (19-1392)
Tagged Passions:funding, construction, streets, budget, contract, transportation, program, environment, Public Works, and public works

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 26

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43. Budlong Avenue-Manchester Avenue to El Segundo Boulevard Construction Contract Amendment

Tagged Passions:construction, streets, and contract

Recommendation: Approve the changes in work and increase the contract amount by 161,824 for a revised contract total of 1,326,405.79 for the Budlong

Avenue/Manchester Avenue to El Segundo Boulevard Project, in the unincorporated communities of West Athens and Westmont (2) related to additional work and materials needed for Americans with Disabilities Act compliance and delay costs for the project with Sequel Contractors, Inc.; and find that the proposed actions are within the scope of the previously approved exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE (19-1365)
Tagged Passions:streets, contract, materials, environment, Public Works, public works, and compliance

Attachments: Board Letter

44. Final Maps in the Unincorporated County Community of Chatsworth

Recommendation: Approve the final maps for Tract Nos. 53138-01, 53138-02, 53138-03 and 53138-04 in the unincorporated community of Chatsworth (5);

accept grants and dedications as indicated on the final maps; and find that the approval of the final maps is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE (19-1349)
Tagged Passions:grant, environment, Public Works, and public works

Attachments: Board Letter


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