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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, APRIL 2, 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: March 28, 2018

MEETING TELEVISED: Wednesday, April 3, 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.
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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 Reverend Fumiaki Usuki, West Los Angeles Buddhist Temple, Los Angeles (2).

Pledge of Allegiance led by Lawrence Sandoval III, former Senior Airman, United States Air Force, Los Angeles (1).

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I. PRESENTATIONS

Presentation of scroll to Arts for LA, in recognition of Arts Month, a series of events throughout the month of April supporting and promoting the

arts and artsmakers, as arranged by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas.
Tagged Passions:recognition, arts, and events

Presentation of scroll to Dave Mitchell, in recognition of his retirement from the Probation Department, as arranged by Supervisor Kuehl.

Tagged Passions:recognition, retirement, and seniors

Presentation of scrolls to the winners of the 2019 Inter-Agency Council on Child Abuse and Neglect (ICAN) poster art contest, as arranged by

Supervisor Hahn.
Tagged Passions:council, arts, and child abuse

Presentation of scroll to the Papayans Family Foundation , in recognition of their contributions to the Armenian community in Los Angeles County, as

arranged by Supervisor Hahn.
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Presentation of scroll to Araksya Karapetyan, in recognition of Armenian History Month, as arranged by Supervisor Barger.

Tagged Passions:recognition and history

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

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Presentation of scrolls to the South El Monte High School Girls Soccer Team, in recognition of winning their first CIF-Southern Section Championship

and State Division V Regional Championship, as arranged by Supervisor Solis.
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Presentation of scroll to Antoinette Harris, in recognition of becoming the first female skill position player to earn a college football

scholarship, as arranged by Supervisor Solis.
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Presentation of scroll to the Department of Public Health, in recognition of Public Health Week, as arranged by Supervisor Solis. (19-0213)

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II. SPECIAL DISTRICT AGENDAS

AGENDA FOR THE MEETING OF THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

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OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

9:30 A.M.

1-D. Housing Programs Funding Agreements

Tagged Passions:funding, program, and housing

Recommendation: Authorize the Executive Director of the Community Development Commission to execute a housing preservation funding agreement between

the County and the Community Development Commission for the transfer of up to 2,665,000 to be used for housing preservation activities; amend the existing funding agreement for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund, for the transfer of 2,000,000 to be used for affordable housing development; execute a fair housing funding agreement between the County and the Commission for the transfer of up to 5,000,000 to be used for fair housing activities; accept and incorporate up to 9,665,000 into the Commission s approved Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget; and execute amendments to the recommended funding agreements to make necessary changes to the scope of services and add, delete and/or change certain terms and conditions in the agreement. APPROVE (19-2096)
Tagged Passions:funding, boards and commissions, budget, development, services, Development, preservation, community development, and housing

Attachments: Board Letter

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AGENDA FOR THE MEETING OF THE REGIONAL PARK AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT

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OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

9:30 A.M.

1-P. Updated Policies and Grants Administration Manual for Proposition A of 1992 and 1996

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Recommendation: Approve the content of the Regional Park and Open Space District s updated policies and Grants Administration Manual for the Safe

Neighborhood Parks Propositions of 1992 and 1996; and authorize the Director of the Regional Park and Open Space District to implement revised policies and procedures, which shall include the merging of the Grants Administration Manual and the Maintenance and Servicing Funds Guide, as well as the final formatting of the Grants Administration Manual, and making revisions, as needed, to meet the goals of the Safe Neighborhood Parks Propositions of 1992 and 1996. APPROVE (Continued from the meetings of 3-19-19 and 3-26-19) NOTE: Supervisor Solis requests that this item be continued one week to April 9, 2019.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, procedure, parks, and neighborhood

Also, consideration of Supervisor Solis recommendation to amend Recommendation No. 3 of the Board letter to remove the Director s authority to make

revisions from time to time, as needed, to meet the goals of the Safe Neighborhood Parks Propositions of 1992 and 1996; and under the approval of the revised Grants Administration Manual clarifications add the following:
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If a grantee has demonstrated a reasonable effort to cure and address the compliance requirements of the grant, payments will not be unreasonably

withheld. Good Standing designation for the Proposition A Program will not be considered for the grantee s Good Standing designation for the Measure A Program; and
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When the Director of the Regional Park and Open Space District makes any changes to the Grants Administration Manual for Proposition A, the Director

will notify grantees of the changes. (19-1730)
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Attachments: Board Letter

Motion by Supervisor Solis

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III. CONSENT CALENDAR

All matters are approved by one motion unless held.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1 - 12

1. Appointments to Commissions/Committees/Special Districts

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

in the Executive Office.
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Supervisor Hahn William Bedrossian, Commission for Children and Families

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Supervisor Barger Edward R. Bosley, Los Angeles County Historical Landmarks and

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Records Commission

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Alternatives to Incarceration Working Group Peter Eliasberg and Kelly Lytle Hernandez, appointments by Supervisor

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Solis Herbert K. Hatanaka and Karren Lane, appointments by Supervisor

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Ridley-Thomas Eunisses Hernandez and Robert K. Ross, appointments by Supervisor

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Kuehl Dolores Canales and Brittney Weissman, appointments by Supervisor

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Hahn LaWanda Hawkins and Jimmy Wu, appointments by Supervisor Barger

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(19-0214)

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2. Proclaiming April as Arts Month

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Kuehl: Proclaim the month of April as Arts Month throughout Los Angeles County to

support and promote the arts and the artmakers, as well as to reinforce the County s commitment to equity and inclusion in the arts, and to build upon a continuing dialogue between civic leaders and arts communities, rooted in the recognition of the important role of the arts in the County. (19-2280)
Tagged Passions:recognition and arts

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Kuehl

3. Reducing Utility Costs and Improving Energy Efficiency of County Buildings through Public-Private Partnerships

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, government efficiency, and energy

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Instruct the Director of Internal Services and the Chief Sustainability Officer, to report

back to the Board in writing in 90 days with a comprehensive strategy that identifies the pros and cons of various public-private partnership structures to pursue in order to scale-up energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements within County buildings, including energy savings agreements, energy savings performance contracts and municipal capital leases, and makes recommendations as to the preferred method for the County; an action plan to develop a solicitation for qualified companies to perform and finance energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements on County facilities; and an estimation of the potential energy and greenhouse gas reductions and cost savings. (19-2252)
Tagged Passions:finance, leasing, strategic, contract, services, performance, solicitation, government efficiency, sustainability, and energy

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

4. Proclaiming April 2019 as Fair Housing Month

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Commemorate and proclaim April 2019 as Fair Housing Month throughout Los Angeles County in

order to recognize the value and importance of the rights guaranteed under Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 and its amendments, and commit to the furtherance of the Act s goals and ideals throughout the year. (19-2229)
Tagged Passions:recognition, civil rights, and housing

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

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5. Rim of the Valley Corridor Preservation Act

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Barger: Send a five-signature letter to the Los Angeles County Congressional Delegation to

respectfully request they support House Resoultion 1708, the Rim of the Valley Corridor Preservation Act, which would add more than 191,000 acres of the Rim of the Valley Corridor to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. (19-2083)
Tagged Passions:parks, preservation, corridor, and recreation

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Barger

6. Proclaiming April 2019 as Child Abuse Prevention Month

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Proclaim the month of April 2019 as Child Abuse Prevention Month throughout Los Angeles County to

raise public awareness of the devastating impact of child abuse and neglect, recognize the efforts of professionals and volunteers who work to prevent harm to children, promote the well-being and protection of children and families and encourage all residents to participate in recognizing, reporting and preventing this tragic crime against children. (19-2222)
Tagged Passions:recognition, child abuse, volunteer, and crime

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Hahn

7. LA YouthBuild Day Fee Waiver

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Waive the 10 parking fee for 20 vehicles, totaling 200, at Bonelli Park, excluding the cost of

liability insurance, for the LA YouthBuild Day event hosted by Whittier YouthBuild, to be held April 11, 2019. (19-2273)
Tagged Passions:events, insurance, and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Hahn

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8. Improved Communication and Homelessness Data Sharing with Cities

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Solis: Instruct the Director of the Homeless Initiative to work with the Los Angeles Homeless

Services Authority (LAHSA) and report back to the Board in 45 days with recommendations to streamline contracting processes with local cities and Continuums of Care (CoCs) for more efficient delivery of homeless services; and working in concert with LAHSA and other relevant County Departments with lead responsibilities for administering Measure H-funded strategies, establish regular listening sessions and communication mechanisms to have a meaningful exchange of information, including city-level data on Measure-H funded services, such as prevention, rapid rehousing, outreach and enhanced services for Transition Age Youth, to cities, CoCs and Councils of Governments, and report back to the Board in 30 days and quarterly thereafter. (19-2285)
Tagged Passions:council, contract, services, communications, Communications, youth, and homeless

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Barger and Solis

9. Proclaiming April as Armenian History Month

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Hahn: Proclaim the month of April as Armenian History Month throughout Los Angeles County to

honor outstanding Armenian Americans who are making significant contributions to our communities. (19-2230)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Barger and Hahn

10. Devil s Gate Reservoir Restoration Project Air Quality Monitoring

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Instruct the Director of Public Works to expend County Flood Control District funds to retain a

consultant to identify proper placement of air quality monitoring devices at the Devil s Gate Reservoir Restoration Project site and place said devices; partner with California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) to evaluate and interpret the air quality monitoring data and evaluate potential next steps, if any; and share all data and CARB/AQMD interpretive results with the public, including on publicly available websites and with the Fifth Supervisorial District Ad Hoc Community Advisory Committee. (19-2291)
Tagged Passions:funding, services, flooding, Public Works, and public works

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Barger

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11. Reducing Food Insecurity for Seniors and People with Disabilities through Reversal of the SSI/SSP Cash-Out

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Hahn: Instruct the Director of Public Social Services, in collaboration with the Executive

Director of the Public Social Services Commission, the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services and non-profit organizations, to develop a comprehensive workplan to implement successfully the State Supplement Security Income and/or State Supplementary Payment (SSI/SSP) Cash-Out Reversal policy change in Los Angeles County; and instruct the Director of Public Social Services to track the number of SSI/SSP recipients that are enrolled in the CalFresh program and the number of CalFresh recipients that are enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Benefit and Transitional Benefit Program, and report back to the Board in writing within 60 days with the workplan. (19-2240)
Tagged Passions:strategic, boards and commissions, social services, security, development, services, program, Development, policy, workforce development, nutrition, and workforce

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Solis and Hahn

12. Proclaiming Public Health Week 2019

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Proclaim April 1 through 5, 2019 as Public Health Week in the County; urge all residents, public

officials and County employees, as well as community groups, clubs and organizations, to join in activities and take action to make all Los Angeles County communities healthy; and encourage all residents to participate in a series of activities for Public Health Week consisting of the five days of action listed below, that are moving the needle on improving health around the County:
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Day 1: launch of substance use disorder resource and recovery center;

Day 2: hands-only CPR training to build community resiliency in emergencies;

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Day 3: protecting vulnerable communities from the impacts of air pollution;

Day 4: launch of the Office of Violence Prevention; and

Day 5: promotion of West Nile Virus prevention. (19-2245) Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

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IV. ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 13 - 48

Chief Executive Office

13. Lease Termination and Transfer Agreements

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Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a lease termination agreement between the County and AHMC Health Foundation, a

non-profit, public benefit organization incorporated in the State of California (AHMC), terminating a lease agreement between the County and AHMC; authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a transfer agreement between the County and the City of Alhambra, setting forth the terms under which the County would transfer 612 West Shorb Street in Alhambra (Property) (5) to the City of Alhambra; advertise a one-time Notice of Transfer of the Property; and authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute and record (following the requisite notice publication period) the quitclaim deed conveying the Property to the City, and negotiate and execute any other ancillary documentation or future amendments, which are necessary to effectuate the agreements and the activities permitted under the agreements. 4-VOTES (19-2097)
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Attachments: Board Letter

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14. Countywide Classification Actions

Recommendation: Approve an ordinance for introduction amending County Code, Title 6 - Salaries, to add nine new classifications in the Departments of

Alternate Public Defender, Children and Family Services, Internal Services and Sheriff; add one new unclassified classification in the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs; change titles of Department heads and certain employee classifications in the Departments of Board of Supervisors, Consumer and Business Affairs, LA County Library, Public Health, Regional Planning and Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services that reflect Department names in their classification titles and as a result of classification studies; reclassify 22 positions in the Department of Health Services as a result of the Department s reorganization of the Emergency Medical Services Agency; and reclassify 32 positions in the Departments of Auditor-Controller, Chief Executive Officer, Children and Family Services, Consumer and Business Affairs, Fire, Health Services, Internal Services, Mental Health, Military and Veterans Affairs, Parks and Recreation, Public Works and Sheriff; approve in the Classification Plan the deletion of two vacant represented classifications, this action has been approved by the Employee Relations Commission; and approve an ordinance for introduction amending County Code, Title 2 - Administration, to change the Department Head title in the Department of Regional Planning to reflect the Department name. (Relates to Agenda No. 49) (19-2167)
Tagged Passions:planning, health, ordinance, business, veterans, boards and commissions, development, public safety, services, emergency, parks, Development, Public Works, public works, audit, military, mental health, family services, workforce development, workforce, library, and recreation

Attachments: Board Letter

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County Operations

15. Findings and Order for Project No. 2017-005065-(1) and Conditional Use Permit No. RPPL2017-007892-(1)

Recommendation: Adopt findings and order denying Project No. 2017-005065- (1) and Conditional Use Permit No. RPPL2017-007892-(1), which sought to

authorize the sale of beer and wine for off-site consumption at a newly developed convenience store in conjunction with a new gasoline station located at 908 North Sunset Avenue in the unincorporated community of West Puente Valley within the Puente Zoned District, applied for by Yum Yum Donut Shops, Inc. (On November 27, 2018, the Board indicated its intent to deny the Project.) (County Counsel) (18-5510)
Tagged Passions:alcohol, sale, zoning, and commercial

Attachments: Findings and Order

16. Findings, Conditions and Order for Project No. R2015-00408-(5) and Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 073336-(5)

Recommendation: Adopt findings, conditions and order for approval of Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. TR073336-(5), part of Project No.

R2015-00408-(5), to create 386 total lots with 2,295 residential units including various types of residential lots, such as affordable housing lots, commercial lots, open space and park lots, and various infrastructure lots, including a fire station lot; and adopt the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report for the Northlake Specific Plan Project on 720 acres located in the unincorporated community of Castaic in the Castaic Canyon Zoned District, along with the Findings of Fact and Statement of Overriding Considerations, applied for by John Arvin. (On September 25, 2018 the Board indicated its intent to approve the Project, adopt the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report, prepared pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act, finding that the Project will have significant and unavoidable effects on the environment after all Project design features and feasible mitigation measures have been implemented; adopt the related Findings of Fact and Statement of Overriding Considerations; and, deny the appeals challenging the Regional Planning Commission's approval of the Project.) (County Counsel) (Relates to Agenda Nos. 17 and 18) NOTE: Documentation not available at the printing of the Agenda. (18-2131)
Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, fire departments and districts, zoning, Conservation, environment, parks, commercial, and housing

Attachments: Findings, Conditions and Order

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17. Findings, Conditions and Order for Project No. R2015-00408-(5) and Vesting Tentative Parcel Map No. 073335-(5)

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Recommendation: Adopt findings, conditions and order for approval of Vesting Tentative Parcel Map No. TR073335-(5), part of Project No.

R2015-00408-(5), to create 21 large-lot parcels for lease, conveyance and financing purposes only on 1,307 acres located in the unincorporated community of Castaic in the Castaic Canyon Zoned District, as part of the Northlake Specific Plan Project, applied for by John Arvin. (On September 25, 2018, the Board indicated its intent to approve the Project, including the Vesting Parcel Map, adopt the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report finding that the Project will have significant and unavoidable effects on the environment after all Project design features and feasible mitigation measures have been implemented, adopt the related Findings of Fact and Statement of Overriding Considerations, and deny the appeals challenging the Regional Planning Commission s approval of the Project.) (County Counsel) (Relates to Agenda Nos. 16 and 18) NOTE: Documentation not available at the printing of the Agenda. (19-2262)
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Attachments: Findings, Conditions and Order

18. Findings, Conditions and Order for Project No. R2015-00408-(5) and Conditional Use Permit No. 2015-00019-(5)

Recommendation: Adopt findings, conditions, and order for approval of Conditional Use Permit (CUP) No. 2015-00019-(5), part of Project No.

R2015-00408-(5), to authorize the Northlake Specific Plan site plan review, affordable set-aside housing, affordable senior set-aside housing; mixed-use and live-work development, on-site and off-site grading in excess of 100,000 cubic yards of cut and fill material, walls exceeding six feet in height, and construction of two water tanks with associated grading and infrastructure located in the unincorporated community of Castaic in the Castaic Canyon District, applied for by John Arvin. (On September 25, 2018, the Board indicated its intent to approve the Project, including the CUP, adopt the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report finding that the Project will have significant and unavoidable effects on the environment after all Project design features and feasible mitigation measures have been implemented, adopt the related Findings of Fact and Statement of Overriding Considerations, and deny the appeals challenging the Regional Planning Commission's approval of the Project.) (County Counsel) (Relates to Agenda Nos. 16 and 17) NOTE: Documentation not available at the printing of the Agenda. (19-2266)
Tagged Passions:planning, construction, boards and commissions, utility, development, Utility, water, Conservation, environment, Development, commercial, grading, and housing

Attachments: Findings, Conditions and Order

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19. Report on the Procurement Attainment Goal for Local Small Business Enterprises

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Report by the Directors of Consumer and Business Affairs and Internal Services and the Auditor-Controller on the 18-month implementation plan to

achieve the 25 Procurement Attainment Goal for Local Small Business Enterprises, as requested at the Board meeting of March 5, 2019. RECEIVE AND FILE NOTE: The Director of Consumer and Business Affairs requests that this item be continued one week to April 9, 2019. (19-2180)
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20. Modernization and Replacement of the Voting System

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Recommendation: Adopt a resolution authorizing the Registrar-Recorder/ County Clerk, as an agent to the County, to apply for and receive State funds

under the Elections Code for modernization and replacement of the voting systems; and authorize the Registrar-Recorder/County clerk to conduct all negotiations, execute and submit all documents including, but not limited to , applications, agreements and amendments, which may be necessary to apply for and receive State funds for modernization and replacement of the voting systems. (Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk) ADOPT (19-2077)
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Attachments: Board Letter

21. March 5, 2019 General Law and Charter City Elections

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Recommendation: Declare the March 5, 2019 General Law and Charter City Elections officially concluded. (Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk) APPROVE

(19-2145)
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Attachments: Board Letter

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Children and Families' Well-Being

22. Residentially Based Services Sole Source Contracts

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Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services to execute three sole source Residentially Based Services (RBS) Cost Savings

contracts with Five Acres The Boys and Girls Society of Los Angeles County (Five Acres), Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services (Hathaway-Sycamores) and Hillsides to allow the contactors to utilize funding available to them on the basis of program cost savings and in accordance with their statements of work, effective April 1, 2019 or date of execution, whichever is later, for three years, with a two year extension option, at the discretion of the County, the maximum contract amount for Five Acres will be 1,690,552, financed using 75 Federal Child Welfare Services - Enhanced Training funds, 17.5 State funds and 7.5 Net County Cost (NCC), the maximum contract amounts for Hathaway Sycamores will be 868,793 and Hillsides will be 1,162,013, 100 funded by State realignment funds, with the total amount of the three contracts at 3,721,358; and take the following related actions : (Department of Children and Family Services) APPROVE
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Exercise the extension options contingent upon availability of funding;

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Execute amendments during the term of the contracts to incorporate changes necessary to meet requirements of the California Department of Social

Services (CDSS), including changes in program activities, capital projects, program deliverables or other changes, contingent upon availability of funding;
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Execute amendments to increase the maximum contract amounts as identified by the Auditor-Controller from subsequent reviews of the RBS programs cost

savings for the remaining periods of the RBS contracts through December 31, 2018, and further extend the RBS Cost Savings contracts, if CDSS approves extending the contracts to allow time to fully expend the funds identified by the Auditor-Controller, provided that applicable Federal, State and County contracting regulations are observed and sufficient funding is available; and
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Extend the contracts for an additional six months beyond the two option years, if necessary, to fully expend all funds and complete all project

activities, contingent upon availability of funding . (19-2131)
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Attachments: Board Letter

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23. County Area Agency on Aging Fiscal Year 2019-20 Area Plan Update

Recommendation: Approve the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 Area Plan Update; and authorize the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and

Community Services to sign the letter of transmittal on behalf of the Chair and submit the FY 2019-20 Area Plan Update to the California Department of Aging. (Department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services) APPROVE (19-2078)
Tagged Passions:development, services, Development, workforce development, and workforce

Attachments: Board Letter

Health and Mental Health Services

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24. Safety Intelligence Software Platform Agreements

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Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Health Services to execute a restated agreement with Vizient, Inc. (Vizient), effective upon execution for

an initial term of 32 months from May 1, 2019 through December 31, 2021, with one three-year extension option, for the continued provision of patient safety incident data aggregation services for use by the Departments of Health Services, Mental Health, Public Health, Fire Department and Sheriff s Department facilities (collectively the Departments), with a maximum obligation of 169,464, for the initial 32-month term; and authorize the Director to take the following related actions: (Health Agency) APPROVE (NOTE: The Chief Information Officer recommends approval of this item.)
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Execute an agreement with Datix (USA) Inc., (Datix) effective upon execution for the term of May 1, 2019 through December 31, 2021, with one

three-year extension option, for the continued provision of a web-based, County hosted, Safety Intelligence (SI) software platform for use by the Departments, with a maximum obligation of 1,195,041, for the initial 32-month term, comprised of 863,694 for the enrollment of the SI software platform modules and 331,348 in Pool Dollars allocated for the purchase of additional licensed programs of the SI platform software modules and/or to acquire additional work, as necessary;
Tagged Passions:program, purchasing, license, information technology, enrollment, and Information Technology

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Execute amendments or change notices to the Vizient agreement to delete Departments as needed, perform administrative changes including, but not

limited to, the addition, modification or removal of any relevant terms and conditions and clarify terms and conditions and otherwise comply with changes in applicable law and extend the term of the agreement and increase the maximum obligation by 287,562, for a total maximum obligation of 457,026; and

Execute amendments or change notices to the Datix agreement to purchase additional modules, professional services, custom programming and/or

training, delete Departments and/or add or delete modules, perform administrative changes including, but not limited to, the addition, modification or removal of any relevant terms and conditions and clarify terms and conditions and otherwise comply with changes in applicable law, and extend the term of the agreement and increase the maximum obligation by 1,442,413, comprised of 1,042,402 for the enrolled of the SI software platform modules and 400,011 in Pool Dollars for a total maximum of 2,637,454. (19-1999)
Tagged Passions:services, purchasing, training, information technology, and Information Technology

Attachments: Board Letter

25. Compromise Offers of Settlement

Tagged Passions:settlement

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Health Services to accept compromise offers of settlement for patients who received medical care at the

following County facilities and/or non-County operated facilities: (Department of Health Services) APPROVE
Tagged Passions:health, services, and settlement

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Account No. 2625461 in the amount of 9,000.00

Tagged Passions:ports and boating

LAC+USC Medical Center Account No. 100876793 in the amount of 33,333.33 Account No. 101315815 in the amount of 20,000.00 (19-2175)

Tagged Passions:University of South Carolina

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 17

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

26. Sole Source Consulting Services Agreement

Tagged Passions:services

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Health Services to execute a sole source agreement with Dennehy and Associates, LLC (D A), effective upon

execution through April 30, 2021, with three one-year extension options, for the provision of consulting services for a multiple-phase development of an Advanced Practice Provider (APP) centralized structure within the Department of Health Services, with a maximum agreement amount of 253,760 for the initial term; and execute amendments to the agreement to add, delete and/or change non-substantive term and conditions in the agreement, approve any necessary changes in the APP services, increase the maximum agreement amount by up to 10 or 25,376 for the purchase of additional APP consulting services, exercise the extension options and increase the maximum obligation amount subject to available funding designated for additional consulting services. (Department of Health Services) APPROVE (19-2110)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, development, services, purchasing, and Development

Attachments: Board Letter

27. Provision of Temporary Personnel Services Master Agreement Work Order

Tagged Passions:personnel and services

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Health to execute a master agreement work order with Partners in Diversity, Inc., for the provision

of temporary personnel services to support the Department of Public Health s Substance Abuse Prevention and Control, effective upon execution through June 30, 2020, at a total maximum obligation amount of 10,632,728, fully funded by Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant funds, Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance. (Department of Public Health) APPROVE (19-2178)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, personnel, services, and diversity

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 18

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

28. Comprehensive HIV and STD Testing and STD Treatment Services Contracts

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Health to execute four contracts with qualified agencies selected under a competitive solicitation

process for the provision of Comprehensive HIV and STD Testing and STD Treatment Services in the City of Long Beach (4), effective upon execution, but no sooner than Board approval for the term of April 2, 2019 through December 31, 2021, at a total maximum obligation of 3,600,000, 100 offset by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Net County Cost funds; execute amendments to the contracts that extend the term for two additional years through December 31, 2023, adjust the term through June 30, 2024, allow the rollover of unspent contract funds, provide an internal reallocation of funds between budgets up to 10 of each term s annual base maximum obligation 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; execute change notices to the contracts that authorize modifications to or within budget categories within each budget 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 terminate for convenience the HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing Prevention Services contract with One in Long Beach by providing a 30-day advance written termination notice for services to end May 2, 2019. (Department of Public Health) APPROVE (19-2158)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, contract, beach, services, solicitation, and jail

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 19

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

29. Black Infant Health Services Contract Amendment

Tagged Passions:health, contract, and services

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Health to execute an amendment to a contract with The Children s Collective, Inc. for additional

Black Infant Health services in Service Planning Area (SPA) 8 and tobacco control and prevention efforts in SPAs 6 and 8 (2 and 4), and increase the maximum obligation amount by 664,923 from 605,850 to 1,270,773, effective upon execution through June 30, 2019, funded by California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Title V Maternal and Child Health, Catalog Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA), CDPH Title XIX Medi-Cal Funds, CFDA and Proposition 56 funds from the CDPH California Tobacco Control Program; and execute amendments to the contract that allow the rollover of unspent contract funds and/or provide an increase or decrease in funding up to 10 above or below each term s revised annual base maximum obligation, effective upon amendment execution and make corresponding service adjustments, as necessary. (Department of Public Health) APPROVE (19-2176)
Tagged Passions:planning, funding, health, contract, services, program, and tobacco

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 20

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

Community Services

Tagged Passions:services

30. As-Needed Water Quality Monitoring and Related Services Agreements

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, and water

Recommendation: Award and authorize the Director of Public Works to execute consultant services agreements with CG Resource Management, Engineering,

FMF Pandion, Paradigm Environmental Inc., Alta Environmental, CWE, Larry Walker Associates, Inc., AECOM Technical Services, Inc., Tetra Tech, Inc., Weston Solutions, Inc. and Wood Environmental Infrastructure Solutions, Inc., to provide as-needed water quality monitoring and related services for the Department of Public Works, the County Flood Control District and the Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts for a total program amount not to exceed 20,000,000 plus a 25 supplement for a three-year term plus a one-year extension option, commencing upon full execution of the agreements; and authorize the Director to take the following related actions: (Department of Public Works) APPROVE
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, program, water, environment, flooding, Public Works, and public works

Authorize additional services and extend each of the agreement's expiration dates as necessary to complete those services when they are previously

unforeseen, related to a previously assigned scope of work on a given project or assignments and are necessary for the completion of that given project or assignment; and
Tagged Passions:services

Administer the agreements and exercise the extension option to any or all the agreements for one additional year, based upon project demands and the

level of satisfaction with the services provided, for a total duration of four years. (19-2101)
Tagged Passions:services

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 21

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

31. Old Topanga Canyon Road Improvement Project Construction Contract

Tagged Passions:construction, streets, and contract

Recommendation: Approve the Old Topanga Canyon Road Improvement Project in the City of Calabasas and in the unincorporated community of Topanga

Canyon (3) and adopt the plans and specifications for the project at an estimated construction contract amount between 1,200,000 and 1,600,000; advertise for bids to be received before 11 a.m. on April 30, 2019; find that it is necessary to specify Guardrail treatment to be Natina Steel manufactured by Natina Products, LLC and MSKT-SP-MGS terminal system manufactured by Road Systems, Inc. by specific brand name in order to obtain a necessary item that is only available from one source; find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act; and authorize the Director of Public Works to take the following related action: (Department of Public Works) ADOPT
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, streets, contract, advertising, environment, Public Works, and public works

Determine, award and execute a construction contract for the project with the responsible contractor with the lowest responsive bid within the

estimated cost range; and
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, and contract

Extend the date and time for the receipt of bids, allow substitution of subcontractors and relief of bidders, approve and execute change orders

within the same monetary limits delegated to the Director, accept the project upon its final completion and release retention money withheld. (19-2139)
Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

Attachments: Board Letter

32. As-Needed Skilled Accounting Services Contract Amendment

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Recommendation: Approve an amendment to a contract with Wintech Staffing Group, Inc., for as-needed skilled accounting services to expand the level

of service by including secretarial services for the final contract term and approve supplemental services for as-needed skilled accounting services by 313,844 to increase the maximum annual amount from 236,156 to 550,000 for the final renewal option year and an increase from 118,078 to 275,000 for the monthly extension option up to six months plus 10 of the annual contract amount for unforeseen additional work within the scope of the contract, if required; and authorize the Director of Public Works to annually increase the contract amount up to an additional 10 for unforeseen additional work within the scope of the contract, if required. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE (19-2089)
Tagged Passions:contract, services, Public Works, public works, and human resources

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 22

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

33. Building Rehabilitation Appeals Board Findings and Orders

Recommendation: Adopt the findings and orders of the Building Rehabilitation Appeals Board, which provide for the arrest and abatement of

neighborhood deterioration and the elimination of unsightly, unsafe and unhealthful conditions, which constitute public nuisances at the following locations: (Department of Public Works) ADOPT
Tagged Passions:abatement, Public Works, public works, and neighborhood

703 East Redondo Beach Boulevard, Compton (2) 4851 West 135th Street, Hawthorne (2) 3814 Mount Vernon Drive, Los Angeles (2) 1511 East 60th Street,

Los Angeles (2) 1041 West 89th Street, Los Angeles (2) 1043 West 89th Street, Los Angeles (2) 1325 East 99th Street, Los Angeles (2) 113 East 127th Street, Los Angeles (2) 16564 East Queenside Drive, Covina (5) (19-1988)
Tagged Passions:streets and beach

Attachments: Board Letter

Board Letter

34. Santa Anita Dam Spillway Modification Project Construction Contract

Tagged Passions:construction and contract

Recommendation: Acting as the Governing Body of the County Flood Control District, find that the recommended actions are within the scope of the

Santa Anita Dam Spillway Modification Project in the Angeles National Forest (5) impacts analyzed in the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration previously adopted by the Board on July 14, 2015; authorize the Chief Engineer of the District to issue a change order in the amount of 1,390,000 to Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. for the project for additional costs related to revisions to the cableway hoist system for the project; issue change orders and/or work orders for a total amount not to exceed 2,400,000, for repairs to a recently damaged portion of the access road on the project site and for alternative construction solutions to expedite the project and delay costs incurred by Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. due to its inability to access the project site to timely complete its work, and as designs for the repair are finalized, the Chief Engineer may return to the Board with a recommendation for additional authorization. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE (19-2064)
Tagged Passions:construction, streets, flooding, Public Works, and public works

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 23

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

35. Mint Canyon Channel Miscellaneous Transfer Drain 1868 Project Agreement

Recommendation: Acting as the Governing Body of the County Flood Control District and as a responsible agency for the Canyon Country Community Center

Project, which includes the Mint Canyon Channel Miscellaneous Transfer Drain 1868 Project (Mint Canyon Project) in the City of Santa Clarita (5), consider the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) prepared and adopted by the City as lead agency on July 11, 2017; certify that the Board has independently considered and reached its own conclusions regarding the environmental effects of the District's approvals related to the Mint Canyon Project as shown in the IS/MND; adopt the Mitigation Monitoring Program (MMP) as applicable to the District's actions, finding that the MMP is adequately designed to ensure compliance with the mitigation measures during the Mint Canyon Project implementation; find that there are no further feasible alternatives or feasible mitigation measures within the Board's power that would substantially lessen or avoid any significant affects the Mint Canyon Project would have on the environment; and take the following actions: (Department of Public Works) ADOPT
Tagged Passions:program, Conservation, environment, flooding, Public Works, public works, compliance, and community center

Find the fee interest in a portion of Mint Canyon Channel Parcel 87, Assessor Identification No. (AIN) 2844-003-902, in the City is no longer

required for the purposes of the District;
Tagged Passions:property

Find that the grant of easement in a portion of Mint Canyon Channel Parcel 87, AIN 2844-005-906, for purposes of widening Solamint Road in the City

and subsequent use of said easement, will not interfere with the use of Mint Canyon for any purposes of the District;
Tagged Passions:grant, streets, property, and easement

Approve the Mint Canyon Project;

Find the use of the District's Mint Canyon facility by the City for the Canyon Country Community Center Project will not interfere with the use of

Mint Canyon facility for any purposes of the District;
Tagged Passions:facility and community center

Authorize the Chief Engineer of the District to execute a 50-year use, maintenance and funding agreement and any documents involving the real estate

transactions contemplated therein; and
Tagged Passions:funding

County of Los Angeles Page 24

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

Authorize the Chief Engineer to execute amendments to extend the term of the agreement for periods not-to-exceed 10 years per amendment for a maximum

term of 100 years, if the Chief Engineer determines that the City's continued use of the Mint Canyon, for the term of the proposed extension, will not interfere with the use of that property by the District and that the City has satisfactorily complied with all terms and conditions of the agreement during the preceding term, subject to such additional reasonable terms and conditions as the Chief Engineer deems necessary or appropriate to protect the District's interests. (19-2069)
Tagged Passions:property

Attachments: Board Letter

36. Los Angeles County Wireless Communication Facility Ordinance Contract

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

Recommendation: Approve and instruct the Chair to sign a contract with CityScape Consultants, Inc., effective the day following Board approval, for a

two-year term and up to six month-to-month extension options , with a maximum contract amount not to exceed 181,500; and authorize the Director of Planning to execute amendments to incorporate necessary changes to the contract that do not significantly affect the scope of work or exceed the maximum contract amount of 181,500, including a 10 contingency at a one-time amount of 16,500, and suspend work if, in the in the opinion of the Director, it is in the best interest of the County; and find that the contract is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Regional Planning) APPROVE (Continued from the meetings of 3-5-19, 3-12-19 and 3-19-19) (19-1371)
Tagged Passions:planning, contract, services, and environment

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 25

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

Public Safety

Tagged Passions:public safety

37. Donation of One Veterinary Response Unit Vehicle

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Animal Care and Control to accept the donation of a Veterinary Response Unit Vehicle, with a total

projected amount valued at 200,000, from the Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation, to be primarily used as a mobile Veterinary Clinic and will be equipped with the supplies and equipment needed for triage and treatment during disaster events; and send a letter to the Foundation expressing the Board s appreciation for the generous donation. (Department of Animal Care and Control) APPROVE (19-2169)
Tagged Passions:equipment, donation, Donation, and events

Attachments: Board Letter

38. Donation to Offset Adoption Fees for Cats

Tagged Passions:pets, donation, and Donation

Recommendation: Accept a donation in the amount of 60,000 from the Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation to the Department of Animal Care and

Control, to offset adoption fees for cats in order to increase cat adoptions from the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center (1); and send letters to the Foundation expressing the Board s appreciation for the generous donation. (Department of Animal Care and Control) APPROVE (19-2152)
Tagged Passions:pets, donation, Donation, and parks

Attachments: Board Letter

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