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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, JUNE 25, 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: June 20, 2019

MEETING TELEVISED: Wednesday, June 26, 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) 974-1431 (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 West Temple

Street, Room 383, Los Angeles, California 90012, and may also be accessible on the Board of Supervisors' website at http://bos.co.la.ca.us/
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M quinas de traducci n disponibles a petici n. Int rpretes para las juntas de los supervisores del Condado de Los Angeles, favor de llamar al (213)

974-1411 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 Sister Nancy Jurecki, Chief Mission Integration Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health, Burbank (5).

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Pledge of Allegiance led by A.J. Ali, former Specialist, United States Air Force, Santa Monica (3).

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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I. PRESENTATIONS

Presentation of scroll to Joseph Kelly, Treasurer and Tax Collector, in recognition of his retirement, as arranged by Supervisors Kuehl and Barger.

Tagged Passions:recognition, retirement, taxes, Taxes, seniors, Treasurer, and TREASURER

Presentation of scroll to The Trevor Project, for their outstanding LGBTQ+ suicide prevention and crisis intervention work, as arranged by Supervisor

Kuehl.
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Presentation of scroll to the LA County Library, in recognition of being named the 2019 Library of the Year by the Gale/Library Journal, as arranged

by Supervisor Hahn.
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Presentation of scrolls to Victory Softball, in recognition of their support for girls with special needs, as arranged by Supervisor Barger.

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Presentation of scroll to Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, in recognition of their 75th Anniversary in Burbank, as arranged by Supervisor

Barger.
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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 scroll to School on Wheels, in recognition of their dedicated efforts to provide academic tutoring services and stability to homeless

children , as arranged by Supervisor Solis.
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Presentation of scroll to Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, in recognition of the second annual Family Medicine and Psychiatry

Residency Programs, as arranged by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Hahn. (19-0244)
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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. SET MATTER 11:00 A.M.

S-1. Report on the Elimination of the Use of Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) Spray

Report by the Chief Probation Officer on a plan for the phased elimination of the use of OC spray in all Los Angeles County Camps and Halls before

the end of calendar year 2019, as requested at the Board meeting of February 19, 2019. RECEIVE AND FILE (19-4266)

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS 1 - 4

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1. Hearing on Annexation and Levying of Assessments for County Lighting Districts

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Hearing on the annexation of the following subdivision territories to County Lighting Maintenance District 1687 and County Lighting District

Landscaping and Lighting Act-1, unincorporated Zone; order tabulation of assessment ballots submitted and not withdrawn, and if there is no majority protest, adopt the resolution ordering the annexation of territories and levying of assessments for Fiscal Year 2019-20; adopt the joint resolutions approving and accepting the negotiated exchange of property tax revenues resulting from the annexation of territories: (Department of Public Works) NOTE: The Director of Public Works requests that this item be continued two weeks to July 9, 2019.
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, election, subdivision, Public Works, public works, property, hearing, annexation, and property tax

Subdivision Tract No. 73465, Unincorporated West Athens (2) Subdivision Tract No. 73203, Unincorporated West Carson (2) Single-Lot L 042-2014,

Unincorporated Hacienda Heights (4) Single-Lot L 072-2016, Unincorporated Canyon Country (5) (19-2694)
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Attachments: Board Letter

2. Hearing on the Annual Levying of Assessments for Fiscal Year 2019-20

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Hearing on the levy and collection of annual assessments for all zones identified in the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 Engineer s Report within County

Lighting District Landscaping and Lighting Act-1 (CLD LLA-1), including any changes in the improvements, the proposed diagrams or the proposed assessments as described in the Engineer's Report; and if approved, adopt a resolution ordering the levy and collection of annual assessments within CLD LLA-1 Districts for FY 2019-20, either as originally proposed or as changed by the Board. (Department of Public Works) (19-3700)
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Attachments: Board Letter

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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3. Hearing on the Annual Garbage Collection and Disposal Service Fee Report for Fiscal Year 2019-20

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Hearing on the Annual Garbage Collection and Disposal Service Fee Report for Fiscal Year 2019-20, for the Athens-Woodcrest-Olivita, Belvedere,

Firestone, Lennox, Malibu, Mesa Heights and Walnut Park Garbage Disposal Districts (1, 2 and 3); adopt the report, if no majority protest exists in any District; and find that adoption of the report is for the purpose of meeting operating expenses, and is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) (19-3599)
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Attachments: Board Letter

4. Hearing on the Establishment of the Vermont Avenue Underground Utility District

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Hearing on a resolution to establish the Vermont Avenue Underground Utility District No. 2 (2) and adopt an ordinance amending County Code, Title 16

- Highways, by adding a section to Division 2, Undergrounding of Utilities to establish the Vermont Avenue Underground Utility District No. 2; and find that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act . (Department of Public Works) (19-3600)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, utility, Utility, environment, streetscape, Public Works, public works, hearing, and Underground Utility cable

Attachments: Board Letter

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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V. CONSENT CALENDAR

All matters are approved by one motion unless held.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 5 - 18

5. 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 Solis Carol Sigala (Alternate), Los Angeles County Children and Families

First-Proposition 10 Commission (aka First 5 L.A.)

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Supervisor Kuehl Lisa Marie Belsanti, Los Angeles County Commission on

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Insurance

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Supervisor Hahn Ellen Worch Rosenberg (Rotational), Los Angeles County Board of

Education

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Supervisor Barger Robert H. Philibosian, Los Angeles County Citizens Economy and

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Efficiency Commission

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California Contract Cities Association Reva Feldman, Contract Cities Liability Trust Fund Claims Board (19-0245)

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6. Support House Resolution 763: Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2019

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Solis: Support House Resolution 763 (Deutch), the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of

2019, legislation which would impose a fee on products that contribute to climate change, such as crude oil, gasoline and other products with carbon content; and send a letter of support to members of the House Subcommittee on Energy and the Los Angeles County Congressional Delegation. (19-4301)
Tagged Passions:Fossil Fuels - Oil, environment, and energy

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Solis

7. Implementing a Jail-Based Job Center Pilot Program at Century Regional Detention Facility for Women

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Ridley-Thomas: Instruct the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community

Services, in partnership with the Sheriff, to collaborate with the Chief Probation Officer, the Directors of Health Services, Public Health, Mental Health, Public Social Services and the Office of Diversion and Re-Entry, the Chief Executive Officer and other relevant Departments, to establish a two-year Jail-Based Job Center (JBJC) pilot program at the Century Regional Detention Facility (CRDF) by August 31, 2019 and adopt the recommendations provided in the JBJC report submitted to the Board on April 16, 2019, with the JBJC pilot program to include, at a minimum: outreach and referral services to inmates at CRDF; tiered career pathway training in culinary careers including enhanced support services pre- and post-release through coordinated connections with America s Job Centers of California, high-road vocational training programs and community-based organization partners; create a plan for expanding the JBJC programming to incorporate training for careers in technology and/or construction for the second year of the pilot program; implement a coordinated release program for JBJC program participants exiting jail; partner with the County Justice Metrics Project to continuously track and measure the impact of proposed services on key metrics and identify opportunities for improvement; and report back to the Board in 180 days on the progress of implementing the JBJC pilot program at CRDF; and take the following actions:
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Direct the Chief Executive Officer to identify 2,000,000 in one-time funding for the two-year pilot project as part of the Fiscal Year 2019-20

Supplemental Changes Budget, with input from the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services, and with the 2,000,000 in one-time funding recommended in the April Report, to include County resources, including the Inmate Welfare Fund, external funding, private partnerships, grant opportunities and philanthropic funding support for the JBJC program for the duration of the two-year pilot; and allocate an appropriate number of positions to the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services, as authorized under County Code, Section 6.06.020, to administer the JBJC pilot program and associated programming related to workforce programs for justice-involved individuals and other populations with high barriers to employment;
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Authorize the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services to enter into contracts as needed with service providers to

expeditiously operationalize programming at the CRDF JBJC provided that expenditure reports are filed once per quarter with the Board, for the duration of the pilot project; and
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Instruct the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services, in partnership with the Sheriff, to prepare a comprehensive

evaluation of lessons learned and recommended next steps as a result of the two-year JBJC pilot program at the Pitchess Detention Center and report back to the Board in 180 days with findings. (19-4319)
Tagged Passions:development, public safety, services, program, Development, workforce development, detention, and workforce

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Ridley-Thomas

Jail-Based Job Center Report for April 16, 2019

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8. Temporary Overnight Portable Toilet and Hand-Washing Facilities in Venice Beach Rose Avenue Parking Lot

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Kuehl: Instruct the Director of Beaches and Harbors to allow, on a temporary basis, to last no more than 12

months, the placement and operation of two portable toilet and hand-washing facilities in the Venice Beach Rose Avenue beach parking lot by Los Angeles City from 10:00 p.m. through 6:00 a.m. (19-4294)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Kuehl

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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9. Delegation of Authority to the Department of Health Services to Administer the Interim Housing Capital Funding Pool

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Kuehl: Authorize the Director of Health Services to allocate funding to specific projects on the proposed

Interim Housing Capital Funding Pool project list, subject to compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act, with the concurrence of the Supervisorial District whose allocation would be utilized, and execute any necessary agreements associated with allocating this funding. (19-4312)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Kuehl

10. Los Angeles Police Department, Valley Traffic Division s Annual Picnic Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Kuehl: Reduce the permit fee to 125 and the parking fee to 5 per vehicle for up to 150 vehicles, for the

use of Will Rogers State Beach, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for attendees of the Los Angeles Police Department s Valley Traffic Division s Annual Divisional Picnic, to be held July 27, 2019. (19-4313)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Kuehl

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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11. Summer School Stability for Foster Children

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Ridley-Thomas: Instruct the Director of Children and Family Services to expend up to 50,000 to

continue covering the costs of the pilot program for summer school to transport foster youth to their school of origin through August 31, 2019 while the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is being finalized and signed by school districts; communicate information to the Department of Children and Family Services Regional Offices, caregivers and students; and in consultation with the Executive Director of the Office of Child Protection, the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services and the Superintendent of Schools of the Los Angeles County Office of Education, provide a report back to the Board in writing in 30 days, and each subsequent month, on the progress of finalizing the MOU, disseminating information to the school districts on the MOU and the number of school districts that have signed the MOU. (19-4327)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Barger and Ridley-Thomas

12. Increased Employment Opportunities for Homeless Individuals

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Direct the Chief Executive Officer, in collaboration with the Executive Directors of the Los

Angeles Homeless Services Authority and the Los Angeles County Development Authority, the Directors of Mental Health, Health Services, Public Social Services, Consumer and Business Affairs, the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services, County Counsel and other stakeholders, to report back to the Board in 90 days on the feasibility and potential fiscal impact of a targeted hiring incentive program for County contractors who meet targeted hiring goals for individuals experiencing homelessness, which could include, but would not necessarily be limited to, enhanced scoring criteria on Los Angeles County Requests for Proposals and/or an extension of contract terms by one or two years. (19-4328)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Barger

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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13. Proclaiming Parks Make Life Better Month

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Proclaim the month of July 2019 as Parks Make Life Better month, and commend the employees of the

Department of Parks and Recreation for their hard work and continuous commitment to providing quality recreational facilities and programs for all to enjoy. (19-4318)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

14. 2019 Youth@Work Press Conference Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Waive the 20 per vehicle parking fee for 100 vehicles, totaling 2,000, at the Music Center Garage,

excluding the cost of liability insurance, for attendees of the 2019 Youth@Work Annual Summer Kick-Off Press Conference in Grand Park hosted by the County, to be held June 26, 2019. (19-4320)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

15. Extend the Reward Offer in the Investigation of the Murder of Gerardo Macias

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Extend the 10,000 reward offered in exchange for information leading to the apprehension

and/or conviction of the person or person(s) responsible for the murder of 21-year-old Gerardo Macias, who was fatally shot while driving in a parking lot of a strip mall at the intersection of Alondra Boulevard and White Avenue in the City of Compton on March 16, 2019 at approximately 11:50 p.m. (19-2568)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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16. The Samoan Federation of America s 1st Annual Community Cultural Revival and Arts Showcase Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Waive the 365 facility fee for use of the Victoria Community Regional Park, excluding the

cost of liability insurance, for the Samoan Federation of America s 1st Annual Community Cultural Revival and Arts Showcase, to be held July 6, 2019. (19-4271)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

17. Koreatown Youth Community Center s 18th Annual Benefit Concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Waive 2,250 in parking fees for 250 vehicles at the Walt Disney Concert Hall Parking Garage,

excluding the cost of liability insurance, for attendees of the Koreatown Youth Community Center s 18th Annual Benefit Concert, to be held August 2, 2019. (19-4292)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

18. Update Board Policy - County Policy of Equity

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Executive Officer of the Board s recommendation: Approve the proposed updates to Board Policy No. 9.015 - County Policy of Equity, and extend the

sunset review date to July 1, 2021. (19-4274)
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Attachments: Board Letter

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 19 - 30

Chief Executive Office

19. Grand Park Maintenance, Operating and Programming Agreement Amendment

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Recommendation: Determine that the recommended actions are within the scope of the Grand Avenue Project (1) impacts analyzed in the Environmental

Impact Report and addendum previously certified by the Board; determine that the amendment to the Grand Park maintenance, operating and programming agreement will further serve public purposes and be in the best interest of the County and the general public; and authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute an amendment to an agreement with the Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County to extend the term for two years through June 30, 2021. (19-4238)
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Attachments: Board Letter

County Operations

20. Findings, Conditions and Order for Project No. 2017-006379-(4)

Recommendation: Adopt findings, conditions and order for approval of Conditional Use Permit No. 2017-009613-(4), part of Project No. 2017-006379-

(4), and Zone Change No. 2017-009612-(4), to authorize the establishment and maintenance of a health club located within the Puente Hills Town Center at 17584 Colima Road in the unincorporated community of Rowland Heights, applied for by Brixmor Property Owner II, LLC. (On February 26, 2019, the Board indicated its intent to approve the project.) (County Counsel) (Relates to Agenda No. 27) (19-0708)
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Attachments: Findings, Conditions and Order

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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21. Findings, Conditions and Order for Project No. 96-044-(5)

Recommendation: Adopt the Addendum to the Final Environmental Impact Report associated with Environmental Assessment No. RPPL2018004166-(5), and

adopt findings, conditions and order for approval of the Fourth Amendment to Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 48086-(5), part of Project No. 96-044-(5), to adjust the sequencing of compliance with conditions of approval and mitigation measures related to grading, road, infrastructure, parks and trails improvements, and landscaping installation, located adjacent to the Antelope Valley Freeway near Soledad Canyon Road in the Soledad Zoned District, applied for by Raintree Investment Corporation. (On March 26, 2019, the Board indicated its intent to deny the appeal and approve the amended project.) (County Counsel) (19-1437)
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Attachments: Findings, Conditions and Order

Community Service

22. Slauson Station Area Transit Oriented Communities Specific Plan

Recommendation: Adopt a resolution to accept grant funding in the amount of 457,610 from the Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning Sustainable

Communities Grant Program and provide 59,290 in a required local match from the Department of Regional Planning s budget for a total project amount of 516,900, to support the development of the Los Angeles County Slauson Station Area Transit Oriented Communities Specific Plan located in the unincorporated community of Florence-Firestone (1 and 2); and authorize the Director of Regional Planning to execute all necessary documents to administer the grant. (Department of Regional Planning) ADOPT (19-4281)
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Attachments: Board Letter

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Health Services

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23. Temporary Medical Personnel Master Agreement Amendments

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Revised recommendation: Authorize the Director of Health Services to execute amendments for each of the Temporary Nursing Personnel Services,

Temporary Medical Personnel Services, Temporary Therapeutic Hemapheresis and Dialysis Services and Temporary Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Services Master Agreements to extend the term from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022 with two one-year extension options, effective upon execution, for an estimated annual amount of 37,140,679, and extend the term of each of the Specialty Medical Services and Physician Registry Services Master Agreements from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2022 with two one-year extension options, for an estimated annual amount of 29,285,607, for the continued provision of as-needed services at the Department of Health Services and other County Department facilities and to reaffirm currently provided rate differentials of up to 20 and 36 for staff working at the High Desert Regional Health Center and Integrated Correctional Health Services, respectively; and authorize the Director to take the following related actions: (Department of Health Services) APPROVE (Continued from the meetings of 6-11-19 and 6-18-19)
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Execute new temporary medical personnel agreements, effective upon execution and coterminous with the term of the current agreements with new

contractors in the six categories identified, to be selected through a qualification process;
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Execute amendments to the categories of temporary medical personnel agreements to increase current rates of individual staffing categories (e.g.,

Dental Technician, Respiratory Therapist, Laboratory Assistant, etc.) to remain competitive for qualified staff, based on an industry review of comparable rates, and provide for future Cost of Living Adjustments based upon the most recently published percentage change in the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, Consumer Price Index for Urban Consumers for the 12-month period preceding the contract anniversary date, or the general salary movement percentage for County employees for the 12-month period preceding prior to July 1st; and
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Exercise the extension options under the same terms and conditions as the original agreement and execute future amendments to all temporary medical

personnel agreements to make changes to the agreements, including statements of work and compensation, for operational efficiencies, meeting service requirements and/or changes to the needs of the serviced facilities and/or technology and amend all registry agreements to add protocols for requesting registry staff in response to work stop actions and other emergencies, add service and/or staff categories at rates not to exceed those approved by the Board, change the number of service hours to be provided, not to exceed the maximum hours authorized by the Board, adjust compensation for services, to remain competitive with prevailing market rates and adjust the annual maximum obligation amount, as applicable. (19-3889)
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Attachments: Revised Board Letter

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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24. Temporary Health Information Management Personnel Services Agreement Amendments

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Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Health Services to execute amendments to temporary health information management personnel services

agreements with AE and Associates, ASAP Staffing, Inc., Caban Resources, CodeBusters, Inc., CodeMed, Inc. and JENN International, effective upon execution, to extend the term for two years through June 30, 2021, with a six-month extension option through December 31, 2021; execute agreements with additional qualified firms, based on need, effective upon execution through June 30, 2021, with a six-month extension option through December 31, 2021, unless sooner terminated by the Director, at an estimated annual amount up to 14,000,000 for all agreements, and an aggregate amount not to exceed 35,000,000 through December 31, 2021; and authorize the Director to take the following related actions: (Department of Health Services) APPROVE (Continued from the meetings of 6-11-19 and 6-18-19)
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Execute amendments to the agreements to revise or incorporate provisions consistent with applicable Board policy, County Ordinances, etc., allow

other County Departments to receive services under the agreements, make operations workflow and non-substantive changes to the statement of work for any of the agreements, increase existing maximum personnel hourly rates, based on an industry review of comparable rates, not to exceed 25 over current rates and available funding, and exercise the extension options; and
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, personnel, services, policy, and rates

Suspend or terminate any of the agreements, on behalf of the County, in accordance with applicable termination provisions in the respective

agreements. (19-3881)

Attachments: Revised Board Letter

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Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

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Ordinances for Adoption

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25. County Code, Title 5 - Personnel and Title 6 - Salaries Amendments

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Ordinance for adoption amending County Code, Title 5 - Personnel and Title 6 - Salaries relating to fringe benefits and salary changes by amending

Section 5.33.040 to revise the contribution rates of the Choices Plan; Section 5.33.050 to limit the amount of unspent Nonelective contributions under the Choices Plan that may be received as taxable cash; Section 5.36.025 to revise the Temporary/Part-time employee subsidy rates for health insurance coverage; Section 6.08.010 relating to step advancement for non-represented employees compensated at or below a salary threshold; Sections 6.08.310, 6.08.370 and 6.08.395 to revise Management Appraisal and Performance Plan (MAPP) definitions to update annual salary thresholds for initial and promotional appointments for MAPP Tier I and Tier II participants, and update the MAPP Tier I and Tier II departmental special rates; Section 6.26.040 to delete and replace certain tables to update the salary schedules and tables for MAPP Tier I and Tier II and the Registered Nursing Schedule for non-represented Registered Nurses; Section 6.28.050 to update the Table of Classes or Positions; Section 6.28.050-25 to update the sustainability salary note; Section 6.44.200 to delete, replace and add tables to update the Board of Supervisors performance-based pay plan; Section 6.50.021 to update the salary schedules and levels applicable to the performance-based pay plan for certain employees of the Chief Executive Office; Section 6.76.020 to update the Emergency Medical Technician Certification bonus amount and the Wellness/Fitness for Life effective date, and establish a PEER Support bonus for certain non-represented employees of the Fire Department; and Section 6.94.020 to update the Emergency Medical Technician Certification bonus amount and the Wellness/Fitness for Life effective date for certain non-represented employees of the Department of Parks and Recreation. ADOPT (19-4148)
Tagged Passions:health, ordinance, appointments, personnel, fire departments and districts, performance, emergency, insurance, health insurance, parks, sustainability, rates, and recreation

Attachments: Ordinance

Tagged Passions:ordinance

County of Los Angeles Page 19

Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

Tagged Passions:hearing

26. County Code, Title 6 - Salaries Amendment

Ordinance for adoption amending County Code, Title 6 - Salaries by deleting six employee classifications and adding, deleting and/or changing certain

employee classifications and numbers of ordinance positions in the Departments of Agricultural Commissioner/Weights and Measures, Alternate Public Defender, Animal Care and Control, Arts and Culture, Assessor, Auditor-Controller, Board of Supervisors, Chief Executive Office, Children and Family Services, Consumer and Business Affairs, County Counsel, District Attorney, Fire, Health Services, Human Resources, Internal Services, LA County Library, Medical Examiner-Coroner, Mental Health, Museum of Art, Probation, Public Defender, Public Health, Public Social Services, Public Works, Regional Planning, Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk and Sheriff. ADOPT (19-4074)
Tagged Passions:planning, health, ordinance, business, legal, agriculture, social services, arts, public safety, services, Public Works, public works, audit, human resources, mental health, family services, coroner, and library

Attachments: Ordinance

Tagged Passions:ordinance

27. County Code, Title 22 - Planning and Zoning Amendment for Zone Case No. 2017-009612-(4)

Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

Ordinance for adoption amending County Code, Title 22 - Planning and Zoning, Section 22.06.060 for Zoning Case No. 2017-009612-(4), part of Project

No. 2017-006379-(4), changing regulations for the execution of the Los Angeles County General Plan, relating to the Puente Zoned District No. 76. ADOPT (Relates to Agenda No. 20) (19-4285)
Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, ordinance, and zoning

Attachments: Ordinance

Tagged Passions:ordinance

County of Los Angeles Page 20

Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

Tagged Passions:hearing

Miscellaneous Additions

28. Additions to the agenda which were posted more than 72 hours in advance of the meeting, as indicated on the supplemental agenda. (12-9995)

29. Items not on the posted agenda, to be presented and (if requested) referred to staff or placed on the agenda for action at a future meeting of

the Board, or matters requiring immediate action because of an emergency situation or where the need to take immediate action came to the attention of the Board subsequent to the posting of the agenda. BOARD MEMBERS - (3) (12-9996)
Tagged Passions:emergency

30. Recommendations by individual Supervisors to establish, extend or otherwise modify cash rewards for information concerning crimes, consistent

with the Los Angeles County Code. (12-9997)
Tagged Passions:crime

County of Los Angeles Page 21

Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

Tagged Passions:hearing

VI. NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION FOR JUNE 25, 2019

CS-1. DEPARTMENT HEAD PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS (Government Code Section 54957)

Tagged Passions:performance

Department Head performance evaluations. (11-1977)

Tagged Passions:performance

County of Los Angeles Page 22

Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

Tagged Passions:hearing

VII. ADJOURNMENT 31

31. Recommendation by individual Supervisors that the Board adjourn the meeting in memory of deceased persons and/or commemoration of ceremonial

occasions. (12-9999)

County of Los Angeles Page 23

Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

Tagged Passions:hearing

VIII. ITEMS CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS FOR FURTHER DISCUSSION AND ACTION BY THE BOARD

A-1. Continue local emergencies as a result of the following: (a) Discovery of an infestation of fruit flies, as proclaimed on May 10, 1990; (b)

Conditions of disaster arose as a result of the discovery of a leak at the natural gas storage wells at the Aliso Canyon storage field affecting the City and County of Los Angeles, as proclaimed on December 10, 2015 and ratified by the Board on December 15, 2015; and (c) Conditions of disaster and extreme peril to the safety of persons and property arose as a result of the La Tuna Fire that started September 1, 2017 and affected the cities of Los Angeles, Burbank and Glendale, as proclaimed on September 3, 2017 and ratified by the Board on September 5, 2017; (d) Conditions of disaster and extreme peril to the safety of persons and property arose as a result of the Rye Fire that started December 5, 2017 and affected the Santa Clarita Valley, as proclaimed and ratified by the Board on December 5, 2017; (e) Conditions of disaster and extreme peril to the safety of persons and property arose as a result of the Creek Fire that started December 5, 2017 and affected the Kagel Canyon and the City of Los Angeles, as proclaimed and ratified by the Board on December 5, 2017; (f) Conditions of disaster and extreme peril to the safety of persons and property arose as a result of the Skirball Fire that affected the City of Los Angeles, as proclaimed on December 6, 2017 and ratified by the Board on December 12, 2017; (g) Conditions of disaster and extreme peril to the safety of persons and property arose as a result of the Woolsey Fire that began in Ventura County that started on or about November 8, 2018 and quickly spread into the County of Los Angeles, as proclaimed and ratified by the Board on November 13, 2018; (h) An imminent threat to public health in Los Angeles County in the form of contaminated fire debris from household hazardous waste created as a result from the Woolsey Fire that started on November 8, 2018, as proclaimed by the Public Health Officer on November 12, 2018 and ratified by the Board on November 13, 2018; (i) Conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property arose as a result of a winter storm beginning January 10 through 18, 2019 affecting the unincorporated communities around Little Tujunga and surrounding areas of Los Angeles County, as proclaimed on January 29, 2019 and ratified by the Board on February 5, 2019; and (j) Conditions of disaster or extreme peril to the safety of persons and property arose as a result of a winter storm beginning January 31, 2019 through February 5, 2019 affecting the unincorporated communities throughout the County as well as the Cities of Malibu, Burbank and Los Angeles, as proclaimed on February 14, 2019 and ratified by the Board on February 19, 2019. (A-1)
Tagged Passions:health, natural gas, and property

County of Los Angeles Page 24

Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

Tagged Passions:hearing

A-2. CONFERENCE REGARDING POTENTIAL THREATS TO PUBLIC SERVICES OR FACILITIES (Government Code Section 54957)

Tagged Passions:services, Public Works, and public works

Briefing by Sheriff Alex Villanueva or his designee and related emergency services representatives. (A-2)

Tagged Passions:public safety, services, and emergency

A-3. Discussion on the impact of rain storms, flooding, high-surf and swells, and any other weather-related or natural disaster event in Los Angeles

County associated with El Ni o, to include the County s preparedness and ability to coordinate response and recovery activities, as requested by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas at the meeting of January 12, 2016. (A-10)
Tagged Passions:events and flooding

A-4. Discussion and consideration of necessary actions relating to the County s homeless crisis, as requested at the Board meeting of May 17, 2016.

(A-11)
Tagged Passions:homeless

A-5. Discussion and consideration of necessary actions on the progress of issues related to Exide, as requested at the Board meeting of June 8, 2016.

(A-12)

A-6. Discussion on the status of the Federal and/or State Budgets, Federal and/or State legislative matters and Executive Orders, and their impact on

Los Angeles County, as requested by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas at the meeting of January 17, 2017. (A-13)
Tagged Passions:budget

A-7. Discussion and consideration of necessary actions on issues or action taken by the Federal government relating to immigration policies, as

requested by Supervisors Barger and Solis at the meeting of January 17, 2017 and revised by Supervisors Solis and Hahn on September 12, 2017. (A-14)
Tagged Passions:Immigration

A-8. Discussion and consideration of necessary actions on issues related to the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, health reform and its impact on

Los Angeles County, as requested by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas at the Board meeting of February 21, 2017. (A-15)
Tagged Passions:health, health insurance, and Affordable Care Act

County of Los Angeles Page 25

Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

Tagged Passions:hearing

A-9. Discussion and consideration of necessary actions on issues related to the implementation of Measure H, as requested by Supervisors

Ridley-Thomas and Hahn at the Board meeting of March 14, 2017. (A-16)

A-10. Report by the Director of Beaches and Harbors on the status of emergency work related to the deteriorated elevated concrete access ramp at

Nicholas Canyon Beach, as requested by Supervisor Kuehl at the Board meeting of September 12, 2017. (A-17)
Tagged Passions:beach, emergency, ports, and boating

A-11. Discussion and consideration of necessary actions related to declared outbreaks of infectious disease threatening the public s health in Los

Angeles County, as requested by Supervisors Solis and Hahn at the Board meeting of April 30, 2019. (A-18)
Tagged Passions:health

County of Los Angeles Page 26

Hearing Board of Supervisors Agenda TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019

Tagged Passions:hearing

IX. REPORT OF CLOSED SESSION FOR JUNE 18, 2019

(CS-1) CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION (Paragraph (2) of subdivision (d) of Government Code Section 54956.9)

Tagged Passions:legal and subdivision

Significant exposure to litigation (one case).

Tagged Passions:legal

No reportable action was taken. (19-4236)

(CS-2) DEPARTMENT HEAD PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS (Government Code Section 54957)

Tagged Passions:performance

Department Head performance evaluations.

Tagged Passions:performance

No reportable action was taken. (11-1977)

(CS-3) CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Government Code Section 54957.6)

Agency designated representatives: Sachi A. Hamai, Chief Executive Officer and designated staff

Unrepresented employees (all).

No reportable action was taken. (13-4431)

END

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PUBLIC INPUT AT BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETINGS

The meetings of the Board of Supervisors are open to the public. A request to address the Board must be submitted in person to the Executive Officer

of the Board prior to the item being called. The Board may limit the public input on any item(s), based on the number of people requesting to speak and the business of the Board at the discretion of the Chair. Operating within existing Board Rules, time for public input will be allocated as follows:
Tagged Passions:business

Time for speaking*: Comments are limited to a total of six (6) minutes per speaker, per meeting, which can be allocated among the following:

1. Items Not Held by a Board Member: A speaker shall have no more than one opportunity, up to a maximum

of three (3) minutes, to address the Board concerning all items that have not been held by a Board Member.

2. Items Held by a Board Member: Agenda items that are held by a Board Member for discussion shall be

considered separately. A speaker may have a maximum of two (2) minutes on each item that has been held by a Board Member.

3. General Public Comment: A speaker may have a maximum of two (2) minutes to address the Board on

Public Comment.

NOTE: Time allotted must be in one minute increments* and a speaker s total time for the above is not to exceed the six (6) minute maximum.

Policy Matters and Public Hearings: Additional time will be allocated for Policy Matters and Public Hearings, which do not count towards a speaker s

six (6) minute maximum. The allotted time to comment on Policy Matters and Public Hearings will be announced by the Chair of the Board.
Tagged Passions:hearing and policy

*all times may be increased or decreased at the discretion of the Chair.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please see Executive Office staff or call (213) 974-1411.

CONDUCT IN THE BOARD ROOM

Members of the Public: If you witness conduct or behavior by other members of the public that disrupts your ability to remain engaged or participate

in this meeting, please notify the Sergeant-at-Arms or other County staff.
Tagged Passions:behavior

Miembros del P blico: Si usted presencia una conducta o comportamiento de parte de otros miembros del p blico que interrumpe su capacidad para seguir

participando o participar en esta reuni n, por favor notifique al sargento quien mantiene el orden u otro personal del Condado.

Speakers must cease speaking immediately when their time has ended; Public comment on agenda items must relate to the subject matter of that item;

General public comment is limited to subjects within the jurisdiction of the Board; Public comment does not include the right to engage in a dialogue with Board members or staff; Please remain respectful of the forum and refrain from uttering, writing, or displaying profane, personal,

threatening, or other abusive statements toward the Board, any member thereof, staff or other persons; Members of the audience should be respectful

of the views expressed by speakers, staff and Board members, and

may not clap, cheer, whistle or otherwise interfere with the orderly conduct of the meeting; and A person engaging in conduct that disrupts the

meeting is subject to being removed from the Board meeting.

AGENDA

In accordance with the Brown Act, all matters to be acted on by the Board must be posted at least 72 hours prior to the Board meeting. In cases of an

emergency, or when a subject matter needs immediate action or comes to the attention of the Board subsequent to the agenda being posted, upon making certain findings, the Board may act on an item that was not on the posted agenda.
Tagged Passions:emergency

The majority of the Board's Tuesday agenda is a consent calendar. All matters included on the consent calendar (including Board of Supervisors items

and Administrative Matters) may be approved by one motion unless held by a Board Member for discussion. Following the Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance, the Executive Officer will indicate which items have been requested to be held for discussion or continued to a future meeting, and the remaining items will be approved. Items which are set for a time certain may or may not be called up at exactly the time indicated, depending on the business of the Board. The items that are held for discussion may be taken up at any time, depending on the business of the Board. Each item includes a brief summary of the Board member s motion or department s recommended action, and in some instances, a corresponding recommendation from the Chief Executive Officer, indicated in capital letters.
Tagged Passions:business

Included at the end of each agenda are items which have been continued from previous meetings for further discussion and action by the Board. This

portion of the agenda is commonly referred to as the A-item Agenda . At the request of a Supervisor, the A-items may be called up for consideration at any time.

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