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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, MAY 14, 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: May 9, 2019

MEETING TELEVISED: Wednesday, May 15, 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 Rabbi Kenneth Chasen, Leo Baeck Temple, Los Angeles (3).

Pledge of Allegiance led by Delwin Fields, former Staff Sergeant, United States Marine Corps, Compton (2).

Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2019

I. PRESENTATIONS

Presentation of scroll to the Department of Human Resources, in recognition as Government Technology s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers of 2019, as

arranged by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas.
Tagged Passions:recognition, Technology, technology, and human resources

Presentation of scrolls to Students 4 Students, in recognition of their work to reduce college student homelessness, as arranged by Supervisor Kuehl.

Tagged Passions:recognition, university, and students

Presentation of scrolls to past and present Van Nuys High School students, in recognition of their social activism, as arranged by Supervisor Kuehl.

Tagged Passions:recognition, education, and students

Presentation of scrolls to LA County s 2019 Outstanding Nurses of the Year, as arranged by Supervisor Hahn.

Presentation of scroll to Dave Bryan, in recognition of his retirement after 42 years as a television news reporter, as arranged by Supervisor Hahn .

Tagged Passions:recognition, retirement, and seniors

Presentation of scroll to the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, in recognition of World Trade Week, as arranged by Supervisor Barger.

Tagged Passions:recognition and trade

Presentation of scrolls to Bettina Korek, Ali Subotnick and Hamza Walker, in recognition of Frieze Los Angeles, as arranged by Supervisor Barger.

Tagged Passions:recognition

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

Tagged Passions:pets and program

Presentation of scrolls to the Department of Public Health and community based organizations, in recognition of National Prevention Week to increase

public awareness and action around substance abuse disorders, as arranged by Supervisor Solis. (19-0225)
Tagged Passions:health and recognition

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General public comment may be taken up immediately after presentations, which may be followed by agenda items not held for discussion by Supervisors.

II. GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT

Opportunity for members of the public to address the Board on items of interest that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board.

(12-9998)

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III. SPECIAL DISTRICT AGENDAS

AGENDA FOR THE MEETING OF THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, development, Development, and community development

OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2019

9:30 A.M.

1-D. Community Development Commission Meeting Minutes for March 2019

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, development, Development, and community development

Recommendation: Approve minutes of the meetings of the Community Development Commission for the month of March 2019. NOTE: The minutes for the month

of March 2019 can be found online at: http://portal.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/sop/ (19-2664)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, development, Development, and community development

Attachments: Board Letter

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AGENDA FOR THE MEETING OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY

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OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2019

9:30 A.M.

1-H. Housing Authority Meeting Minutes for March 2019

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Recommendation: Approve minutes of the meetings of the Housing Authority for the month of March 2019. NOTE: The minutes for the month of March 2019

can be found online at: http://portal.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/sop/ (19-2665)
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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, MAY 14, 2019

9:30 A.M.

1-P. Excess Funds for the Eaton Canyon Golf Course General Improvements Project

Tagged Passions:funding and golf

Recommendation: Allocate an amount not to exceed 50,000 in Excess Funds available to the Fifth Supervisorial District, pursuant to the Safe

Neighborhood Parks Proposition of 1996, for a grant to the Department of Parks and Recreation for the Eaton Canyon Golf Course General Improvements Project (5); and authorize the Director of the Regional Park and Open Space District to award a grant when applicable conditions have been met, and administer the grant as of the date of award and pursuant to guidelines in the Procedural Guide for Specified, Per Parcel, and Excess Funds Projects, otherwise, funds shall remain in the Excess Funds account. APPROVE (19-3171)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, parks, property, golf, neighborhood, and recreation

Attachments: Board Letter

2-P. Regional Park and Open Space District Meeting Minutes for March 2019

Tagged Passions:parks

Recommendation: Approve minutes of the meetings of the Regional Park and Open Space District for the month of March 2019. NOTE: The minutes for the

month of March 2019 can be found online at: http://portal.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/sop/ (19-2663)
Tagged Passions:parks

Attachments: Board Letter

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IV. CONSENT CALENDAR

All matters are approved by one motion unless held.

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1. Appointments to Commission/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.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

Supervisor Kuehl Denise Tom, Commission on Alcohol and Other Drugs

Tagged Passions:drugs, alcohol, and boards and commissions

Supervisor Barger Elvie C. Ancheta, Antelope Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District

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Los Angeles County Chapter League of California Cities Diana Tang, Emergency Medical Services Commission

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, services, and emergency

Los Angeles County Medical Association Roxana Yoonessi-Martin, M.D., Emergency Medical Services

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Commission (19-0227)

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2. Expanding the Office of Diversion and Re-Entry s Housing Program Countywide to Safely Divert More Individuals with Serious Clinical Needs

Tagged Passions:program and housing

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Kuehl: Instruct the Director of the Office of Diversion and Re-Entry (ODR) to provide an

ODR Housing Hub Expansion Plan (Plan) in writing within 30 days, including a timeline for increasing the number of clients served and the resources needed for community-based services, interim housing, permanent supportive housing and staffing for ODR and its partners to sustain and expand this effort , the Plan should also ensure the ODR Housing program can operate in all of the 12 geographic districts within the Los Angeles County Superior Court system; direct the Chief Executive Officer, in collaboration with the Director of ODR, to report back to the Board in writing in 30 days with a recommended funding plan for the Plan that ensures sustainability of existing operations and supports the growth of the program in future fiscal years, including funding allocations for expansion to be considered in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 final budget; and instruct the Director of ODR to align the work with the upcoming work of the Alternatives to Incarceration Work Group, as specified in Board Order No. 11 of February 12, 2019 and the five-to-ten year Diversion and Reentry Road Map for People with Serious Clinical Needs, as specified in Board Order No. 17 of August 14, 2018. (19-3339)
Tagged Passions:funding, legal, expansion, streets, budget, services, program, human resources, sustainability, growth, court, and housing

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Thomas and Kuehl

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3. Supporting Clean Safe Water Within the Sativa Water District and Across California

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Hahn: Direct the Chief Executive Officer to coordinate with the Director of Public

Works, the Acting Auditor-Controller and County Counsel, to establish a Sativa Water System Special Fund in the electronic Countywide Accounting and Purchasing System to account for the former Sativa Los Angeles County Water District s (Sativa) accounting and budgetary activities; identify additional funding necessary for operating Sativa for the remainder of Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-19; and through the annual budget process, identify appropriate funding levels necessary to operate Sativa for FYs 2019-20 and 2020-21; and direct the County s Legislative Advocates in Sacramento to support Assembly Bill (AB) 134 (Bloom), legislation which would require the State Water Board to adopt an annual assessment of failed water systems throughout the State that prioritizes systems for financial assistance due to the severity of the public health threat, the extent to which the community served by the public water system is a disadvantaged community, the number of people served by the water system, and technical, managerial and financial capacity of the entity that operates the water system, as well as AB 217 (E. Garcia), legislation which would create the Safe Drinking Water for All Act to provide a source of funding to facilitate access to safe drinking water for all Californians and ensure the long-term sustainability of drinking water service and infrastructure, if amended to ensure that any future revenue generated by the Safe Drinking Water for All Act be used to reimburse the County for costs associated with serving as the Interim Administrator and Successor Agency of the former Sativa Los Angeles County Water District. (19-3329)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, finance, budget, utility, Utility, water, purchasing, Public Works, public works, administrator, audit, and sustainability

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Hahn

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4. HomeWalk 2019 Fee Waiver

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: In support of the 12th Annual HomeWalk, waive the 20 per vehicle parking fee for 200

vehicles , totaling 4,000, at the Music Center Garage, and the 20 per vehicle parking fee for 600 vehicles, totaling 12,000, at Lot 10, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for participants and volunteers of the HomeWalk; and direct the Chief Executive Officer to transfer up to 43,000 in the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Mid-Year Budget Adjustment No. 2, from the Homeless and Housing Program budget unit to the Grand Park budget for the 12th Annual HomeWalk at Grand Park, to be held May 18, 2019. (19-3346)
Tagged Passions:budget, program, insurance, volunteer, parking, homeless, and housing

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

5. Century Sheriff s Station Benediction Breakfast Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Waive the 4 per vehicle parking fee for 75 vehicles, totaling 300, at the Sheriff s Century

Regional Detention Facility, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for the Sheriff s Century Station Benediction Breakfast, to be held June 5, 2019. (19-3284)
Tagged Passions:facility, public safety, insurance, detention, and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

6. Proposed Rule to Prohibit Undocumented Immigrants from Receiving Federal Housing Assistance

Tagged Passions:Immigration and housing

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Solis: Oppose the proposed rule to prevent undocumented immigrants from living in

Federally-assisted housing and send a five-signature letter to Ben Carson, Secretary of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), opposing the proposed rule; send a five-signature letter to the Los Angeles County Congressional Delegation indicating the County s opposition to the proposed rule; and instruct the Executive Director of the Community Development Commission/Housing Authority, in consultation with County Counsel, to submit comments to HUD before the end of the 60-day comment period. (19-3327)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, development, Development, Immigration, community development, and housing

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Solis

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7. Tenant Protection Legislation

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Ridley-Thomas: Support Assembly Bill (AB) 1481 (Bonta), legislation which would help curb unjust

evictions by prohibiting landlords from evicting tenants without just cause, defined as failure to pay rent, breach of a rental agreement, nuisance, waste, refusal to sign a new and identical lease after the previous lease has expired and illegal conduct, and AB 1482 (Chiu), legislation which would prohibit residential property owners from raising a rental rate in an amount more than 5 plus a change in the cost of living as measured by the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) over 12 months - not to exceed 10 including CPI in any given year; and direct the Chief Executive Officer to send five-signature letters to the authors in support of both bills . (19-3340)
Tagged Passions:leasing, rental, property, and housing

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Ridley-Thomas

8. Maximizing Investment in Housing Innovation

Tagged Passions:investment and housing

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Hahn: Direct the Chief Executive Officer, in consultation with the Director of Health Services,

to report back to the Board in 30 days with an assessment of how many and how quickly, housing units could be produced using innovative housing models if the 3,300,000 in Measure H funding were invested in the Flexible Housing Subsidy Pool versus the Housing Innovation Challenge and delay implementation of this funding recommendation until that assessment is completed; and direct the Chief Executive Officer to report back to the Board in 30 days on whether there is additional Measure H savings in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Measure H budget that could be directed to strategies that create permanent housing opportunities for people experiencing homelessness in the County. (Relates to Agenda No. 29) (19-3320)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, services, and housing

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Hahn

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9. Support Assembly Bill 1788 (Bloom) California Ecosystems Protection Act

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Barger: Direct the County s Legislative Advocates in Sacramento to support Assembly Bill 1788

(Bloom), the California Ecosystems Protection Act, legislation which would help protect animals from unintentional rodenticide poisoning by banning the use and sale of second generation anticoagulant rodenticides Statewide and the use of first generation anticoagulant rodenticides on State-owned property; and send a five-signature letter to the author. (19-3310)
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Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and BargerAttachments:

10. West Los Angeles Armory - Bridge Housing Federal Legislation

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Kuehl: Support House Resolution 2016 (Lieu) and S. 974 (Feinstein and Harris), companion legislation that

would modify the West Los Angeles National Guard Armory s deed to allow it to be utilized for other public purposes in addition to military purposes; and direct the Chief Executive Officer to send a five-signature letter in support of both bills to the respective authors and the chairs of the House and Senate Armed Services Committees. (19-3318)
Tagged Passions:services and military

Motion by Supervisor KuehlAttachments:

11. Establish a Reward Offer in the Investigation of the Murder of Susan Leeds

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Establish a 25,000 reward offered in exchange for information leading to the apprehension and/or

conviction of the person or person(s) responsible for the heinous death of Susan Leeds, who was found deceased inside her car in the parking structure of the Promenade on the Peninsula shopping center located at 550 Deep Valley Drive in Rolling Hills Estates, on May 3, 2018 at 12:22 p.m. (19-3345)
Tagged Passions:commercial and parking

Motion by Supervisor HahnAttachments:

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12. Asian American and Pacific Islander Community Leaders and World War II Veterans Event Fee Waiver

Tagged Passions:veterans and events

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Waive the 325 facility rental fee at the Hacienda Heights Community Center, excluding the cost of

liability insurance, for an event honoring the Asian American and Pacific Islander community leaders and Chinese-American World War II Veterans in Los Angeles County, to be held May 24, 2019. (19-3342)
Tagged Passions:recognition, veterans, facility, events, insurance, rental, and community center

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Hahn

13. Ring Subsidy for Unincorporated Communities

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Solis: Direct the Chief Executive Officer, in coordination with the Sheriff and the Director of

Consumer and Business Affairs, to engage affected local municipalities and Ring Smart Home Security, or any other similar system provider, for the purposes of understanding the context and scope of the public-private partnership and how it may benefit residents in the County s unincorporated areas; and report back to the Board in 90 days with their findings, including an analysis of the financial and operational costs associated with such a public-private partnership endeavor, along with recommendations. (19-3266)
Tagged Passions:business, finance, security, and public safety

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Barger and Solis

14. Directing the Department of Children and Family Services to Support Faith-Based Consultant

Tagged Passions:religion, services, and family services

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Solis: Instruct the Director of Children and Family Services to enter into a funding agreement

with the Center for Strategic Partnership for 100,000 from the Foster Parent Recruitment, Retention and Support award to co-invest in hiring a faith-based consultant; and work with the Center for Strategic Partnership to include updates on the consultant s progress in their reports related to Board Order No. 22 of September 25, 2018. (19-3334)
Tagged Passions:funding, strategic, religion, services, and family services

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Barger and Solis

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15. Healthy for Good Heart Walks 2019

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Instruct all County Departments to support the Healthy for Good Heart Walks hosted by the American

Heart Association, by registering and supporting fundraising efforts; direct the County s Public Information Officers to promote and distribute materials related to the Healthy for Good Heart Walks; direct all County Departments Wellness Coordinators to promote the 2019 Healthy for Good Heart Walks and encourage colleagues to participate and support ; direct the Acting Auditor-Controller to publicize the Healthy for Good Heart Walks on the August 15, 2019 paycheck run and encourage active employee participation; and proclaim the month of September as Los Angeles County Healthy for Good Heart Walk Month in support of the event, which encourages all employees to live a healthier lifestyle and reduce risk for cardiovascular disease. (19-3357)
Tagged Passions:materials, risk, events, audit, and fundraising

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Barger

16. The Boy Scouts of America Cahuenga District Fee Waiver

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Waive the 300 rental fee at Veterans Memorial Community Regional Park, excluding the cost of

liability insurance, for the Boy Scouts of America, Cahuenga District s Annual Boy Scout Camporee, to be held June 1 and 2, 2019. (19-2956)
Tagged Passions:veterans, insurance, parks, and rental

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Barger

17. Antelope Valley Resource Conservation District Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Waive the 885 rental fee at Apollo Community Regional Park, excluding the cost of liability

insurance, for the Antelope Valley Resource Conservation District s Valley Fever Awareness Walk, to be held June 29, 2019. (19-3272)
Tagged Passions:Conservation, insurance, parks, and rental

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Barger

18. Proclaiming Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Barger: Proclaim the month of May 2019 as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month throughout Los

Angeles County to increase awareness of the contributions of Asian-Americans and Pacific Islander-Americans in our society. (19-3348)

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Solis and Barger

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19. Supporting Transitional Housing in Echo Park for Families Experiencing Homelessness

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Instruct the Director of the Homeless Initiative to allocate 457,000 from the First District s

Homeless Preventative Initiative funds as temporary bridge funding to Gateways Hospital and Community Mental Health Center to partially offset the lease of the Gateway Cottages in Echo Park; and direct the Chief Executive Officer to identify ongoing funding to address the funding gap and ensure the continued operation of the Gateways Cottages. (19-3347)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, leasing, hospital, healthcare, parks, mental health, gateway, and homeless

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

20. Interim Housing at 2817 South Hope Street

Tagged Passions:streets and housing

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Find that the property located at 2817 South Hope Street (Hope Street Site) is not currently needed

for County purposes as a parking lot; find that the use of the Hope Street Site for a year-round interim housing project, with services to be provided by Volunteers of America Los Angeles and St. John's Well Child and Family Center, the City of Los Angeles selected service providers, will meet the social needs of the population of the County; authorize the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate a gratis lease with the City for a three-year term, with any term renewals to be approved by the Chief Executive Officer prior to extending the term; authorize the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute other ancillary documentation necessary to effectuate the lease and the construction of the interim housing project; instruct the Director of Public Works to oversee construction of the bridge housing project on behalf of the County; and find that the proposed interim housing project and aforementioned actions are exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (19-3353)
Tagged Passions:construction, leasing, streets, services, environment, Public Works, public works, property, volunteer, parking, and housing

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

21. Proclaiming May 12 through 18, 2019 National Prevention Week

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Proclaim May 12 through 18, 2019 as National Prevention Week throughout Los Angeles County to raise

awareness of, and action around, substance abuse and mental health issues. (19-3352)
Tagged Passions:health and mental health

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

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22. Conflict of Interest Codes

Executive Officer of the Board s recommendation: Approve the Conflict of Interest Codes for the Alhambra Unified School District, Arcadia Unified

School District, Celerity Charter Schools, Compton Community College, Department of Human Resources, Department of Regional Planning, Duarte Unified School District, Eastside Union School District, El Monte City School District, El Rancho Unified School District, Glendale Community College, San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District, Three Valleys Municipal Water District, Walnut Valley Unified School District and William S. Hart Joint School Financing Authority, effective the day following Board approval. (19-3245)
Tagged Passions:planning, utility, Utility, water, university, education, human resources, Charter Schools, and charter schools

Attachments: Board Letter

23. Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes for March 2019

Executive Officer of the Board's recommendation: Approve minutes for the March 2019 meetings of the Board of Supervisors and Special Districts for

which the Board is the governing body. NOTE: The minutes for the month of March 2019 can be found online at: http://portal.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/sop/ (19-2666)

Attachments: Board Letter

Fish and Wildlife

24. Fish and Wildlife Propagation Fund Grant Award

Tagged Passions:grant

Recommendation: Approve the Fish and Wildlife Propagation Fund Grant request in the amount of 7,500 to provide supplies and educational materials in

support of the Aquatic Nursery and Young Scientists Program at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium (4). (19-3289)
Tagged Passions:grant, materials, and program

Attachments: Board Letter

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ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 25 - 82

Chief Executive Office

25. Report on the Financial Status of the Sheriff s Department

Tagged Passions:finance and public safety

Report by the Chief Executive Officer and the Acting Auditor-Controller, in consultation with the Sheriff, on an overview of the financial status of

the Sheriff s Department, as requested at the Board meeting of June 26, 2017. RECEIVE AND FILE (Continued from the meetings of 1-8-19 and 4-30-19) (17-3026)
Tagged Passions:finance, public safety, and audit

Attachments: Report

26. Countywide Classification Actions for the Department of Health Services

Tagged Passions:health and services

Recommendation: Approve an ordinance for introduction amending County Code, Title 6 - Salaries to reclassify 97 of 204 positions to continue

implementing results of the Patient Access Centers Reorganization Study in the Department of Health Services. (Relates to Agenda No. 83) (Continued from the meetings of 4-16-19 and 4-30-19) (19-2437)
Tagged Passions:health, ordinance, and services

Attachments: Board Letter

27. Homeless Initiative Technology Innovation Projects Contracts

Tagged Passions:contract, Technology, technology, and homeless

Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to implement a solicitation process for technology innovation projects under Homeless

Initiative Strategy E7; and execute, and if necessary, amend, reduce or terminate contracts with selected bidders with individual contract amount(s) up to 500,000, for a cumulative amount not to exceed 1,500,000. (Continued from the meeting of 4-30-19) NOTE: The Chief Executive Officer requests that this item be referred back to her Department. (19-2812)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, strategic, contract, Technology, technology, solicitation, and homeless

Attachments: Board Letter

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28. 2017 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Memorandum of Understanding

Tagged Passions:grant

Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the City of Los Angeles to jointly accept

funds from the United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance for the 2017 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program in the amount of 1,953,647, of which the County will receive 45 of the net amount after the reduction of 97,682.35 to cover the City s administrative costs as outlined in the MOU; and execute, on behalf of the County, any contracts and actions necessary to amend, create or extend any programs necessary to achieve the goals of Justice Assistance Grant programs. (19-3203)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, contract, and program

Attachments: Board Letter

29. Fiscal Year 2019-20 Measure H Funding Recommendations

Tagged Passions:funding

Recommendation: Approve the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 funding recommendations at a total of 460,000,000 for Measure H eligible Homeless Initiative

strategies; and direct the Chief Executive Officer to carryover an estimated 15,043,000 of unspent FY 2018-19 Measure H funding in the FY 2019-20 Supplemental Budget to continue implementation of selected components of Measure H funded strategies. (Relates to Agenda No. 8) (19-3204)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and homeless

Attachments: Board Letter

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County Operations

30. Annual County Financial Audit Contract

Tagged Passions:finance, contract, and audit

Recommendation: Award and instruct the Chair to sign a three-year contract with Macias Gini O Connell, LLP to perform annual audits of the County s

financial statements and grants, as required by Title 2 United States Code of Federal Regulations Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards, effective upon Board approval, with a total contract amount of 3,345,126 for the initial three-year term; and authorize the Acting Auditor-Controller to exercise the County's option to extend the contract up to two one-year terms, for a maximum total term of five years, and a maximum contract amount of 2,230,084 for the optional years. (Department of Auditor-Controller) APPROVE (19-3265)
Tagged Passions:grant, regulation, finance, contract, audit, and financial report

Attachments: Board Letter

31. Findings, Conditions and Order for Project No. TR063296-(2) and Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 063296-(2)

Recommendation: Adopt findings, conditions and order for approval of Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 063296-(2), part of Project No. TR063296-(2), to

authorize the development of 58 attached townhome condominium units, including five moderate-income level affordable housing set-asides, located at 1232, 1238, 1244, 1246 and 1248 West 223rd Street and 22318, 22320 and 22322 Normandie Avenue and the vacant lot at the corner of Normandie Avenue and West 223rd Street in Torrance, the unincorporated community of West Carson within the Carson Zoned District, applied for by Maupin Development Inc. (On October 30, 2018, the Board indicated its intent to approve the project.) (County Counsel) (Relates to Agenda Nos. 32 and 71) (18-5624)
Tagged Passions:streets, development, zoning, Development, blight, and housing

Attachments: Findings, Conditions and Order

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32. Findings, Conditions and Order for Project No. TR063296-(2) and Conditional Use Permit No. 2005-00152-(2)

Recommendation: Adopt findings, conditions and order for approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 2005-00152-(2) and a resolution of the General Plan

Amendment, part of Project No. TR063296-(2), to authorize the development of 58 attached townhome condominium units, including five moderate-income level affordable housing set-asides, located at 1232, 1238, 1244, 1246 and 1248 West 223rd Street and 22318, 22320 and 22322 Normandie Avenue and the vacant lot at the corner of Normandie Avenue and West 223rd Street in Torrance, the unincorporated community of West Carson within the Carson Zoned District, applied for by Maupin Development Inc. (On October 30, 2018, the Board indicated its intent to approve the project.) (County Counsel) (Relates to Agenda Nos. 31 and 71) (19-3216)
Tagged Passions:streets, development, zoning, Development, blight, and housing

Attachments: Findings, Conditions and Order

33. Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System Refurbishment Capital Project for the Probation Department s East Los Angeles Office

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, and refurbishment

Recommendation: Establish and approve the East Los Angeles Office Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System Refurbishment Project, Capital

Project No. 87553 (1), with a total budget of 1,222,000; approve an appropriation adjustment to transfer 1,222,000 from the Department of Probation-Field Services, Services and Supplies budget to the project, to fully fund the proposed project; authorize the Director of Internal Services to deliver the project using Board-approved Job Order Contracts, authorize project work orders, accept the project and file notices upon final completion, release retention money withheld, grant extensions of time on the project, as applicable, and assess liquidated damages; and find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Internal Services Department) APPROVE (Continued from the meeting of 4-30-19) (19-2921)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, services, environment, and refurbishment

Attachments: Board Letter

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34. Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System Refurbishment Capital Project for the Probation Department s Firestone Office

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, and refurbishment

Recommendation: Establish and approve the Firestone Office Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System Refurbishment Project, Capital Project

No. 87552 (2), with a total budget of 947,000; approve an appropriation adjustment to transfer 947,000 from the Department of Probation-Field Services, Services and Supplies budget to the project, to fully fund the proposed project; authorize the Director of Internal Services to deliver the project using Board-approved Job Order Contracts, authorize project work orders, accept the project and file notices upon final completion of the project, release retention money withheld, grant extensions of time on the project, as applicable, and assess liquidated damages; and find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Internal Services Department) APPROVE (Continued from the meeting of 4-30-19) (19-2923)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, services, environment, and refurbishment

Attachments: Board Letter

35. 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 a

tax-defaulted property in the City of Rancho Palos Verdes (4) subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes, for the estimated purchase price of 8,137, comprised of delinquent taxes, redemption penalties and the projected costs of the sale. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE (19-3083)
Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, purchasing, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

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36. 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 a

tax-defaulted property in the City of Palmdale (5) subject to the Tax Collector s Power to Sell to the Palmdale Water District, for the estimated purchase price of 19,863, comprised of delinquent taxes, redemption penalties and the projected costs of the sale. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE (19-3090)
Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, water, purchasing, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

37. 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 a

tax-defaulted property 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 7,351, comprised of delinquent taxes, redemption penalties and the projected costs of the sale. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE (19-3102)
Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, solid waste, purchasing, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

38. 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 a

tax-defaulted property 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 4,111, comprised of delinquent taxes, redemption penalties and the projected costs of the sale. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE (19-3096)
Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, purchasing, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Attachments: Board Letter

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Children and Families' Well-Being

39. Social Enterprise Employment and Training Master Agreement Amendment

Tagged Passions:employment and training

Recommendation: Authorize the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services to extend and amend the existing Social

Enterprise (SE) Employment and Training Master Agreement (MA) and work orders issued thereunder, to enable the County to further expand outreach efforts to contract with SEs and help the County achieve its SE and small business utilization goals for an additional five years, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024; authorize the Acting Director, as well as the Directors of each County Department, to utilize the MA list to procure SEs that have the experience and/or the willingness to hire or provide services to persons with career-limiting barriers to employment and to award work orders to MA vendors in response to County Department-issued work orders; execute amendments to the MA or as applicable to individual work orders, to add new, relevant or updated Federal, State and/or County terms, execute renewals, issue Cost of Living Adjustments when applicable and in compliance with County policy, execute amendments to work orders, issue suspensions and terminations in compliance with the terms issued under the MA, and increase or decrease the work order funding amounts that may exceed 10 based on the availability of funding and/or based on the SE s performance provided that the total subaward does not exceed the available funding; create a restricted or limited tier of eligibility for start-up SEs and smaller SEs that may be eligible to compete for lower-risk subawards up to 75,000; and authorize the Directors of each County Department to do any of the above items as it pertains to work orders they award through the MA. (Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services) APPROVE (19-3247)
Tagged Passions:funding, business, development, contract, risk, services, performance, employment, training, Development, small business, compliance, policy, workforce development, and workforce

Attachments: Board Letter

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Health and Mental Health Services

Tagged Passions:health, services, and mental health

40. Report on Health Agency Integration

Tagged Passions:health

Report by the Interim Director of the Health Agency and Department Heads on the integration of the Departments of Mental Health, Health Services and

Public Health, as requested at the Board meeting of August 11, 2015, also the following: RECEIVE AND FILE (Continued from the meeting of 2-5-19)
Tagged Passions:health, services, and mental health

Report by the Director of Community Health and Integrated Programs, Department of Health Services, on the issues related to recruitment, health of

the population being serviced and whether there is a need for additional outreach, as requested at the Board meetings of November 14, 2017 and December 12, 2017; and
Tagged Passions:health, services, and program

Report by the Sheriff on the creation of a unit within the Sheriff s Department for the purpose of facilitating doctors and dentists appointments for

inmates and health services in the correctional institutions, as requested at the Board meetings of November 14, 2017 and December 12, 2017. (15-3904)
Tagged Passions:health, appointments, public safety, services, and jail

Attachments: Report

41. 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: (Department of Health Services) APPROVE
Tagged Passions:health, services, and settlement

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Account No. 100943980 in the amount of 17,269.84 Account No. 100668937 in the amount of 209,901 Account No. 101249472 in

the amount of 23,000
Tagged Passions:ports and boating

LAC+USC Medical Center Account No. 7850826 in the amount of 186,937.50 (19-3150)

Tagged Passions:University of South Carolina

Attachments: Board Letter

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42. Donation of Medical Equipment Systems for the Los Angeles County University of Southern California Medical Center

Tagged Passions:equipment, donation, Donation, and university

Recommendation: Accept a donation of two medical equipment systems, including an i-STAT system valued at 11,816 and a HemoCue HB 201 DM system valued

at 999 for a total of 12,815 from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, to be used for patient care by the Nephrology Outpatient Clinic at the Los Angeles County University of Southern California Medical Center (1); and send a letter to Keck School expressing the Board s appreciation for the generous donation. (Department of Health Services) APPROVE (19-3149)
Tagged Passions:health, equipment, donation, Donation, services, university, and education

Attachments: Board Letter

43. Medi-Cal Professional Services Contracts for Fiscal Years 2019-20 through 2023-24

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Mental Health to execute new Medi-Cal Professional Fee-for-Service (FFS) contracts with 125 providers for

the provision of specialty mental health services, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024, with a total estimated aggregate amount of 16,400,000, fully funded by 2011 Realignment-Managed Care and Federal Financial Participation (FFP) Medi-Cal revenues for Fiscal Year 2019-20; execute an amendment to extend the term and increase the contracted fee-for-service rates for the existing FFS contract with The Regents of the University of California on behalf of the University of California Los Angeles Neuropsychiatric Behavioral Health on a month-to-month basis for a maximum of six months while the parties negotiate the terms of a new contract, at an estimated amount of 150,000, fully funded by 2011 Realignment-Managed Care and FFP Medi-Cal revenues; execute future contracts with other qualified individual or group providers who have been credentialed by the Department of Mental Health acting as the Mental Health Plan, provided that sufficient funding is available for the new contracts; execute future amendments to the contracts to revise the boilerplate language, modify or replace the existing statement of work, increase the contracted FFS rates not to exceed an increase of 10 , modify the privacy/network security liability insurance requirement on a case-by-case basis and/or reflect Federal, State and County regulatory and/or policy changes provided that sufficient funds are available; and terminate the contracts in accordance with the termination provisions, including termination for convenience. (Department of Mental Health) APPROVE (19-3133)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, regulation, finance, security, contract, services, insurance, university, policy, mental health, rates, and privacy

Attachments: Board Letter

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44. Community Care Residential Facility Contracts

Tagged Passions:facility and contract

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Mental Health to execute Community Care Residential Facility (CCRF) contracts with 29 CCRF contractors,

whose contract term is set to expire on June 30, 2019, for the provision of basic board and care services provided to clients in State-licensed 24-hour residential facilities, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024, these contracts do not have a total contract amount, but the annual amount is 2,815,696, fully funded by State Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) revenue; execute future CCRF contracts with other qualified CCRFs provided that any future contracts are necessary to meet the Department of Mental Health s needs, sufficient funds are available for the new contracts and any new contract will be effective beginning on the date of execution and extend through June 30, 2024; execute future amendments to the CCRF contracts to revise the boilerplate language to reflect Federal, State and County regulatory and/or policy changes, modify or replace an existing statement of work, revise the basic rate established by the State, if applicable, and/or increase or decrease the total annual budget provided that sufficient funds are available for all amendments, any revision to the basic rate does not exceed the rates established by the State, any revision to the optional supplemental services rate does not exceed 20 of the rate currently established by the Department; and terminate the CCRF contracts in accordance with the termination provisions, including termination for convenience. (Department of Mental Health) APPROVE (19-3215)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, regulation, facility, budget, contract, services, license, policy, mental health, and rates

Attachments: Board Letter


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