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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, AUGUST 6, 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: August 1, 2019

MEETING TELEVISED: Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 10:00 p.m. on KLCS

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

auxiliary aids and services, or reasonable modifications to Board meeting policies and/or procedures, such as to assist members of the disability community who would like to request a disability-related accommodation in addressing the Board, are available if requested at least three business days prior to the Board meeting. Later requests will be accommodated to the extent feasible. Please telephone the Executive Office of the Board at (213) 974-1426 (voice) or (213) 974-1707 (TTY), from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
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Supporting documentation is available at the Executive Office of the Board located at the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration, 500 W. Temple Street,

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

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

Executive Officer Celia Zavala

Invocation led by Reverend Dr. Antonio J. Gallardo, Priest-in-Charge, St. Luke's of the Mountains Episcopal Church, La Crescenta (5).

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Pledge of Allegiance led by Damon Lee Jones, former Staff Sergeant, United States Air Force, Bellflower (4).

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I. PRESENTATIONS

Presentation of scroll to the Women and Girls Initiative, in recognition of the 100th Anniversary of Women s suffrage, as arranged by Supervisors

Kuehl and Solis.
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Presentation of scroll to the Department of Child Support Services, in recognition of Child Support Awareness Month, as arranged by Supervisor Kuehl.

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Presentation of scroll in recognition of the 2019 Los Angeles County Fair, as arranged by Supervisors Hahn and Solis.

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Presentation of scroll to the United States Coast Guard, in recognition of its 229th birthday, as arranged by Supervisors Barger and Hahn.

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Presentation of scrolls to the Santa Clarita Valley Black Sox, in recognition of their second place finish at the Cal Ripken State Tournament, 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.

Tagged Passions:pets and program

Presentation of scroll to Josephine Marquez, in recognition of her retirement after 47 years of service to the Los Angeles County Department of

Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services, as arranged by Supervisor Solis.
Tagged Passions:recognition, retirement, development, seniors, services, Development, workforce development, and workforce

Presentation of scroll to Christine Vazquez, in recognition of her outstanding research on bikeshare in East Los Angeles, as arranged by Supervisor

Solis.
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Presentation of scrolls to the Region 1031 South Los Angeles Legends Youth Soccer Team, in recognition of their 2019 AYSO 12U National Championship

Title, as arranged by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas. (19-0256)
Tagged Passions:recognition and youth

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II. SET MATTER 11:00 A.M.

S-1. Adopting the County s First-Ever Sustainability Plan

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Solis: Adopt the OurCounty Sustainability Plan (Plan) as a strategic vision for the future

sustainability of Los Angeles; direct the Chief Executive Officer to add a seventh Board Directed Priority of Sustainability to reflect the County s strong commitment to implementing the Plan; direct the Chief Executive Officer to ensure that the Management Appraisal Performance Plan (MAPP) goals for Department Heads includes a goal related to implementation of the Plan; and take the following actions:
Tagged Passions:strategic, performance, and sustainability

Instruct the Chief Sustainability Officer to work with stakeholders and the County Sustainability Council to develop priorities in the Plan for

near-term implementation; and evaluate the cost and benefits of the priority Plan actions and develop funding strategies that include State and Federal resources, philanthropic grants, County funds and other funding mechanisms;
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Instruct the Chief Sustainability Officer to work with the Chief Executive Officer, stakeholders and the County Sustainability Council , and report

back to the Board by February 28th of each year, beginning in 2020, with priority actions to be initiated, along with their potential costs and benefits; and work with the Chief Executive Officer to develop a multi-year funding plan that identifies County and non-County funding that can be used to implement the Plan, starting with the Chief Executive Officer s Fiscal Year 2020-21 Recommended Budget;
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Instruct the Chief Sustainability Officer to review the County s Legislative Policy Program and recommend changes to align with the Plan, including

identifying potential areas where the County should advocate for State and Federal funding to support the Plan; and
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Instruct the Chief Sustainability Officer to work with stakeholders and County Departments through the Sustainability Council to provide an annual

progress report on implementation of the Plan starting on August 5, 2020; and fully update and revise the Plan on a five-year cycle. (19-5129)
Tagged Passions:council and sustainability

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Solis

OurCounty Sustainability Plan

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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.

III. 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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IV. SPECIAL DISTRICT AGENDA

AGENDA FOR THE MEETING OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2019

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9:30 A.M.

1-D. Willowbrook Housing Project Development Agreement

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Recommendation: Authorize the Executive Director of the Los Angeles County Development Authority to execute a Disposition and Development Agreement

(DDA) with Restore Neighborhoods LA, Inc. (RNLA), a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, for the disposition of the Los Angeles County Development Authority-owned property located at 11909 Willowbrook Avenue in unincorporated Willowbrook (2), for the development of affordable housing; execute any other ancillary documentation necessary to effectuate the terms of the DDA and a seller carryback loan to RNLA and take any other actions necessary and appropriate to implement and effectuate the terms of the DDA; execute amendments to the DDA or any ancillary documentation, as needed, to implement and effectuate the terms of the DDA; and find that the agreement is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. APPROVE (19-5024)
Tagged Passions:development, environment, Development, property, neighborhood, and housing

Attachments: Board Letter

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2-D. Family Reunification Housing Subsidy Program Funds Contracts

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Recommendation: Authorize the Executive Director of the Los Angeles County Development Authority to execute, amend and, if necessary, terminate

Family Reunification Housing Subsidy (FRHS) Reimbursable Contracts with Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Council, Volunteers of America, Los Angeles, People Assisting the Homeless, St. Joseph Center, Upward Bound House, The Whole Child, and Harbor Interfaith Services, in the amount of 3,000,000 following execution by all parties through July 31, 2020; reprogram FRHS funds among the agencies, as needed, in order to fully expend the initial funds granted to the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) by July 31, 2020; execute, amend and, if necessary, terminate a contract with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) for 49,200, following execution by all parties through July 31, 2020; and receive and incorporate into LACDA s annual budget any additional funds approved by the Board and, if necessary, extend the FRHS contracts between the agencies and LAHSA through June 30, 2024. APPROVE (19-5041)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, council, budget, development, contract, services, ports, boating, Development, volunteer, domestic violence, homeless, and housing

Attachments: Board Letter

3-D. City of Manhattan Beach Reimbursable Contract Amendment

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Recommendation: Approve an amendment to a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Reimbursable Contract between the County and the City of Manhattan

Beach (4) to transfer 104,648 of the City s Fiscal Year 2019-20 allocation to the CDBG Revolving Grant Fund, which will reduce the amount of funds allocated to the City from 211,449 to 106,801; and authorize the Executive Director of the Los Angeles County Development Authority to execute an amendment to the CDBG contract effective upon execution by all parties through June 30, 2020. APPROVE (19-5034)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, contract, beach, Development, cdbg, and community development

Attachments: Board Letter

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V. CONSENT CALENDAR

All matters are approved by one motion unless held.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1 - 18

1. Appointments to Commissions/Committees/Special Districts

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

in the Executive Office.
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Supervisor Ridley-Thomas Patricia Jackson-Kelley+, Los Angeles County Veterans Advisory

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Commission; also waive limitation of length of service requirement pursuant to County Code Section 3.100.030A

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Chancela Al-Mansour, Measure H Citizens' Oversight Advisory Board

Supervisor Hahn Wendelyn R. Nichols-Julien+, Commission for Children and Families Jacob Haik+, and Constance S. Sullivan+, Los Angeles County

Citizens
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Economy and Efficiency Commission

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Commission on HIV Traci Bivens-Davis+, Jason Brown+, Bridget Gordon+, Diamante

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Johnson+, Maribel Ulloa+, Justin Joshua Valero+, Amiya Wilson+, Greg Wilson+, Commission on HIV

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Joseph Green+, Commission on HIV; also waive limitation of length of service requirement pursuant to County Code Section 3.29.050C (19-0257)

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2. Centennial Celebration of the 19th Amendment - Women s Suffrage

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Solis: Declare August 2019 through August 2020 as the official timeframe for the County to

celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution; instruct all County Department Heads to identify opportunities to mark the celebration to educate County employees, residents, clients and partners, in addition, County Departments should utilize the 100th Anniversary logo where possible, including the tag line, Celebrating 100 years of passion, purpose and progress as we look to the past and craft the future; direct the Chief Executive Officer s Office of Countywide Communications to collaborate with the Executive Director of the Women and Girls Initiative to develop a web-based calendar that will provide County Departments and community organizers a place to list all public facing events commemorating the celebration; and take the following actions:
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Instruct the Executive Director of the Women and Girls Initiative to collaborate with the Director of Arts and Culture to identify opportunities to

commission artists or organizations and create a permanent commemorative for the celebration, and report back to the Board in 120 days with options, including cost and projected timeframes;
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Instruct the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk to utilize the celebration to encourage voter registration of all eligible County residents, including

the almost 400,000 women who are eligible to vote but are not yet registered;
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Instruct County Department Heads to include educating women about the importance of civic engagement in Departmental events by encouraging women to

be counted as part of the census;
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Instruct the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, the County Librarian, the President and Director of the Natural History Museum, the Director of Arts

and Culture, the Superintendent of Schools of the Los Angeles County Office of Education and related education partners, to develop a literature review of regional women leaders active in the community since the time of the ratification. The literature review will be done from a multi-cultural, multi-generational lens given the unique patterns of migration and immigration the County has witnessed over the last 100 years, with this information will be used to develop curriculum for schools to educate students of all ages about the importance of civic engagement and the history of women in Los Angeles County;
Tagged Passions:arts, curriculum, superintendent, education, Immigration, students, history, and library

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Highlight specific celebratory activities, including encouraging attendance at the Natural History Museum exhibit on the 19th Amendment being

developed for the summer of 2020, to highlight the women of Los Angeles County and their role in women s suffrage and the importance of women in civic engagement, past and present; and
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Proclaim that August 2019 through August 2020 be recognized as the official celebration period of the passage and ratification of the 19th Amendment.

(19-5090)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Solis

3. Standardizing Insourcing Costs Analyses for Prop A Contracts

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Kuehl and Hahn: Instruct the Director of Internal Services, working with relevant Department Heads and the

Chief Executive Officer, to consider as part of the five-year phased-in insourcing plan (Board Order No. 11, July 16, 2019) including County Custodial contracts, except those with Certified Social Enterprises like Pride Industries, if feasible, and the potential to have displaced workers and County clients go through the Preparing Los Angeles for County Employment (PLACE) Program, a career preparation partnership between the County of Los Angeles and Worker Education Resource Center that prepares County residents, with a focus on residents with barriers to employment, for entry level jobs at the County, as part of the onboarding process for any newly-insourced positions; and take the following actions: (Relates to Agenda No. 22)
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Instruct the Director of Internal Services, working with the Directors of Public Social Services and Personnel, and the Acting Director of Workforce

Development, Aging and Community Services to include, as part of the five-year phased-in insourcing plan, an assessment of the viability of using subsidized employment, job training, Welfare-to-Work, Measure H, Probation Department, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act or other funding, to subsidize recruitment, training and staffing expenses for County insourcing efforts, to reduce the cost to bring this work in house; and
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Instruct the Acting Auditor-Controller, in consultation with the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Internal Services, related Department Heads

and Labor Representatives, to report back to the Board in six months with an analysis of the differential cost estimates in the consultant insourcing report and the Department of Internal Services Prop A Cost Analyses; recommendations on updating the process used by Departments to calculate the savings to outsource and insource services in the future, which should be reflected in future scopes of work for insourcing consultants; and recommendations to change the title and format of the Prop A Cost Analysis and Board Letter boilerplate language to provide a balanced analysis of the costs to outsource and the costs to insource, instead of the current focus on How much money we save by outsourcing. The updated format should include both nominal and percentage cost increments to outsource and insource, to provide the Board with a la carte options (where feasible) to outsource or insource the services in each Prop A cost analysis. (19-5144)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Kuehl and Hahn

4. Exploring Reentry Employment Support for Assembly Bill 109 Fire Camp Participants

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Kuehl: Direct the Chief Executive Officer to coordinate with the Fire Chief, the Sheriff, the Acting

Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services, and the Director of Personnel, with input from relevant community organizations and State agencies, to report back to the Board in 60 days with costs, benefits and feasibility analyses on ways to create employment linkages for Fire Camp participants including, but not limited to, contracting with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection to expand the eligibility of the Ventura Training Center to include County inmates sentenced to jail under Assembly Bill (AB) 109 who participated in the Fire Camp Program while in custody and creating a pilot program to support the transition of County inmates who participated in the Fire Camp Program into the role of a Fire Suppression Aid; identification of any existing County facilities that could be used for the reentry job training programs; and funding opportunities, including AB 109 funds, which might be utilized to pay for these programs. (19-5136)
Tagged Passions:funding, development, personnel, contract, public safety, services, program, employment, training, Development, Forestry, workforce development, jail, and workforce

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Kuehl

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5. Proclaiming Child Support Awareness Month 2019

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Kuehl: Proclaim August 2019 as Child Support Awareness Month throughout Los Angeles County, honoring the

Child Support Services Department for improving the quality of life for children and families of Los Angeles County. (19-5089)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Kuehl

6. Long Beach Art Walk Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Waive the 1,250 fee for use of the County Bandwagon, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for

the Arts Council for Long Beach s LB Art Walk, to be held October 12, 2019. (19-5106)
Tagged Passions:council, arts, beach, and insurance

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Hahn

7. Wi-Fi in County Parks

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Hahn: Instruct the Director of Internal Services, in collaboration with the Director of Parks

and Recreation and the Chief Information Officer, to report back to the Board during the Board s Supplemental Budget process on an approach that can be used to provide a new and free Wi-Fi service, with open access to all social media sites for the public at County parks, and a feasibility study with a cost-benefit analysis to provide free public Wi-Fi service at all County parks, including one-time and ongoing costs and identifying funding opportunities, including external grants and partnerships. (19-5104)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, sites, budget, services, parks, social media law, and recreation

Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Barger and Hahn

8. Socially Conscious Animal Sheltering

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Instruct the Director of Animal Care and Control to report back to the Board in 90 days with

updates on efforts toward embracing the socially conscious animal sheltering model and recommendations for informing the community of sheltering updates including , but not limited to, increased canvassing for licensing of animals and utilization of vouchers for subsidized spay/neuter services. (19-5083)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Barger

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9. Extend the Reward Offer in the Investigation of Murder Victim Jacquarius Quinn

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

conviction of the person or persons responsible for the heinous murder of 17-year-old Jacquarius Quinn, who was fatally shot while walking on the 2300 block of Old Harold Road in the City of Palmdale on November 6, 2016 at approximately 8:30 p.m. (18-7054)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Barger

10. Supporting Assembly Bill 577 (Eggman) - Medi-Cal Coverage for Maternal Mental Health

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Hahn: Direct the Chief Executive Officer to send a five-signature letter to Assembly Member

Susan Talamantes Eggman, the Legislative leadership, the Los Angeles County Legislative Delegation and Governor Gavin Newsom, expressing the County s strong support of Assembly Bill 577 (Eggman), legislation that would extend Medi-Cal postpartum care from 60 days to one year for women diagnosed with a maternal mental health condition, ensuring no gap in coverage and improving access to postpartum mental health services. (19-5117)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Solis and Hahn

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11. Quality of Life Impacts in Unincorporated East Los Angeles

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Instruct the Director of Public Works, in consultation with the Directors of Public Health, Regional

Planning and Consumer and Business Affairs, and other relative Departments, to take the following actions:
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Identify and address issue areas within unincorporated East Los Angeles road rights-of-way relating to illegal dumping, makeshift homeless

encampments, including vehicles and recreational vehicles, maintenance of medians, unauthorized swap meets and other activities with immediate attention given to the following neighborhoods: Whiteside industrial zone; Whittier Boulevard, Cesar E. Chavez Avenue and City Terrace Drive commercial corridors; Olympic Boulevard along the Union Pacific railroad right-of-way; and Saybrook residential area;
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Develop strategies to improve the County s responsiveness to the aforementioned issue areas, including consideration of increased staffing on

weekends;
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Work with law enforcement and stakeholders to develop community policing strategies that focus on crime prevention, nuisance abatement and pro-active

vigilance to ensure a culture of safety and social order;
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Streamline and invest in effective project delivery processes for multi-benefit projects that can address the recurrence of quality of life issues

within road rights-of-way, with a focus on minimizing implementation timelines;
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Develop a comprehensive evaluation plan, inclusive of public health and safety impact assessments, that uses quantitative, qualitative and

participatory techniques to measure outcomes related to items noted in the directives above;
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Develop a strong community engagement and education plan that establishes a model for empowering and building capacity among local and regional

community-based organizations and stakeholders to encourage cultural competency for all related outreach efforts; and
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Report back to the Board monthly detailing the corrective actions taken and status of remaining items to be completed within the identified

geographic areas. (19-5084)

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

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12. Tzu Chi Walks Los Angeles Fee Waiver

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Waive the 1,000 facility rental fee and 2,430 in parking fees for exclusive usage of Area D North

and Durfee parking lots, totaling 3,430, at Whittier Narrows Recreation Area, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for the Tzu Chi Foundation s 1st Annual Steps for the Earth walk, to be held August 17, 2019. (19-5111)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Solis

13. Establishment of a Countywide Mobile Recreation Pilot Program

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Solis: Direct the Chief Executive Officer to work with the Director of Parks and

Recreation to report back to the Board in writing in 30 days on the potential scope and proposed cost for a Countywide Mobile Recreation Pilot Program (Pilot) in high and very high need park areas; and direct the Chief Executive Officer, as a part of the 2019-20 Supplemental Budget, to provide a budget recommendation regarding funding for the Pilot. This will allow recommendations to be made within the context of the overall budget and numerous competing funding priorities and requests. (19-5098)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisors Ridley-Thomas and Solis

14. Support Senate Bill 5 (Beall) - Affordable Housing and Community Development Investment Program

Tagged Passions:development, program, Development, investment, community development, and housing

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Instruct the County s Legislative Advocates in Sacramento to support Senate Bill 5 (Beall),

legislation that would create the Affordable Housing and Community Development Investment Program for local agencies to use local property taxes for affordable housing and housing related projects . (19-5135)
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, development, program, Development, property, investment, property tax, community development, and housing

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

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15. Extend the Reward Offer in the Investigation of the Murder of Danah Rojo-Rivas

Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Extend the 20,000 reward offered in exchange for information leading to the apprehension

and/or conviction of the person or persons responsible for the heinous murder of 16-year-old Danah Rojo-Rivas, who tragically lost her life after being shot at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Long Beach Boulevard in the City of Lynwood on November 23, 2016, at approximately 9:34 p.m. (16-5954)
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Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

16. 2019 State of the Schools Address Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Waive the 20 per vehicle parking fee for 200 vehicles, totaling 4,000, at the Music Center

Garage, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for the 2019 State of the Schools Address by the Los Angeles Unified School District, to be held August 15, 2019. (19-5128)
Tagged Passions:insurance, education, and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

17. Los Angeles County Arts Education Collective Advisory Workgroup Fee Waiver

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Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas: Waive the 20 per vehicle parking fee for 40 vehicles, totaling 800, at the Music Center

Garage, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for attendees of the Los Angeles County Arts Education Collective Advisory Workgroup, hosted by the Department of Arts and Culture, to be held August 20, 2019. (19-5068)
Tagged Passions:arts, insurance, education, and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

18. Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department s Century Station s 25th Anniversary Celebration Parking 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 parking lot

adjacent to the Sheriff s Century Station, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for attendees of the Sheriff s Department s Century Station s 25th Anniversary Celebration, to be held August 24, 2019. (19-5124)
Tagged Passions:public safety, insurance, and parking

Attachments: Motion by Supervisor Ridley-Thomas

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ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 19 - 52

Chief Executive Office

19. Successor Memoranda of Understanding for Bargaining Units 324 and 325

Recommendation: Approve the accompany successor memoranda of understandings between the County and the Union of American Physicians and Dentists for

Bargaining Units 324 - Physicians and Veterinarians, and 325 - Mental Health Psychiatrists and Dental Professionals; approve an ordinance for introduction amending County Code, Title 6 - Salaries, related to changes for non-represented classifications and make technical corrections and updates; and instruct the Acting Auditor-Controller to make all payroll system changes necessary to implement the recommendations contained herein. 4-VOTES (Relates to Agenda No. 53) (19-5006)
Tagged Passions:health, ordinance, union, audit, mental health, and jail

Attachments: Board Letter

20. Department of Public Social Services Lease Amendment

Tagged Passions:leasing, social services, and services

Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a proposed eight-year lease amendment with Stacy Vierheilig-Fraser, as trustee of

the Vierheilig-Fraser Trust2016, and Chris Vierheilig, for the Department of Public Social Services continued use of approximately 23,655 sq ft of office and warehouse space, including 54 onsite parking spaces at 2200 North Humboldt Street in Los Angeles (1), at a maximum first year rental amount not to exceed 312,246, 84 funded by State and Federal subvention and 16 Net County Cost, and execute any other ancillary documentation necessary to effectuate the proposed lease amendment; authorize the Chief Executive Officer and the Director of Public Social Services to take actions necessary and appropriate to implement the proposed lease amendment including, without limitation, early termination rights and exercising any options to extend, effective upon Board approval and execution by the County; and find that the proposed lease amendment is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (19-4966)
Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, social services, services, environment, rental, and parking

Attachments: Board Letter

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County Operations

21. Annual Statement of the William S. Hart Endowment and Income Funds

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Recommendation: Approve and file the annual financial statement of the William S. Hart Endowment and Income Funds with the Registrar-Recorder/County

Clerk, in accordance with the Superior Court judgment in connection with the probate of the William S. Hart Estate. (Department of Auditor-Controller) APPROVE (19-4999)
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, legal, audit, financial report, and court

Attachments: Board Letter

22. Custodial Services Contracts

Tagged Passions:contract and services

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

five contracts with Pride Industries One, Inc., a Social Enterprise, for the provision of custodial services to various County Departments, effective August 1, 2019 for an initial period of two years, with three one-year and six month-to-month extension options, for a total amount of 5,469,485 for Region 20, 3,553,140 for Region 21, 6,791,471 for Region 22, 6,352,877 for Region 23 and 3,531,365 for Region 24, for the initial term, and a total aggregate amount of 25,698,338; authorize the Director of Internal Services to exercise the extension options, add and delete facilities, approve necessary changes to scope of services (e.g., shift or number of custodian changes) and execute applicable contract amendments, should the original contracting entities merge, be acquired or otherwise have a change of entity; and increase the contract amount up to an additional 10 to allow for any possible Cost of Living Adjustments, in accordance with County Policy and terms of the contract. (Internal Services Department) APPROVE (Relates to Agenda No. 3) (Continued from the meeting of 7-30-19) (19-4905)
Tagged Passions:contract, services, and policy

Attachments: Board Letter

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Children and Families' Well-Being

23. SafeMeasures Subscription and Structured Decision Making Support Services Contract Amendment

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services to execute an amendment with National Council on Crime and Delinquency to add

additional services and increase the maximum contract amount by 128,000 from 519,550 to 647,550 for contract year 2019, increasing the total maximum contract amount from 1,279,440 to 1,407,440, for SafeMeasures Subscription and Structured Decision Making Support Services, financed using 22.5 Federal and 77.5 local funds, sufficient funding is included in the Department s Fiscal Year 2019-20 Adopted Budget. (Department of Children and Family Services) APPROVE (NOTE: The Chief Information Officer recommends approval of this item.) (19-4900)
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, council, budget, contract, services, family services, and crime

Attachments: Board Letter

24. General Relief Program Ordinance Amendment

Tagged Passions:ordinance and program

Recommendation: Approve an ordinance for introduction amending County Code, Title 2 - Administration, Chapter 2.102 - Department of Public Social

Services, to increase the personal property limits for individuals applying for General Relief (GR) from 500 to 2,000; increase the limit of cash, negotiable instruments and bank accounts from 50 to 100 for a GR applicant and from 100 to 200 for two or more GR applicants who reside together; exempt motor vehicles used as an individual s residence up to 11,500; and eliminate the use of fingerprinting and require photo identification to establish or verify identity of GR applicants and recipients. (Department of Public Social Services) APPROVE (Relates to Agenda No. 54) (19-5020)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, social services, services, and property

Attachments: Board Letter

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25. California Fresh Expansion Grant Award Contracts

Tagged Passions:grant, expansion, and contract

Recommendation: Authorize the Acting Director of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services, on behalf of the Area Agency on Aging Planning

and Service Area 19 (AAA PSA 19), to accept the California Fresh Expansion (CalFresh) grant award in the amount of 247,266 and any subsequent funding augmentations thereto, from the California Department of Aging (CDA) for the period of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020, under CDA Contract No. CF-1920-19; and authorize the Acting Director, on behalf of the AAA PSA 19, to take the following related actions: (Department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services) APPROVE
Tagged Passions:planning, funding, grant, expansion, development, contract, services, Development, workforce development, and workforce

Execute a contract and all future amendments with CDA, required for acceptance of these funds, provided that the referenced CDA contract number does

not change;
Tagged Passions:funding and contract

Accept future annual CalFresh grant awards in the anticipated annual amount of 250,000 from CDA under CDA Contract Nos. CF-2021-19, CF-2122-19 and

CF-2223-19; and
Tagged Passions:grant and contract

Execute future contracts and amendments with CDA provided that the referenced CDA contract numbers do not change. (19-5000)

Tagged Passions:contract

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 19

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Health and Mental Health Services

Tagged Passions:health, services, and mental health

26. 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 NOTE: The Chair of the Board requests that this item be continued to October 15, 2019.
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

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27. Mental Health Services Master Agreements

Tagged Passions:health, services, and mental health

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Mental Health to execute Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Master Agreements (MAs) with 132 qualified

agencies, for the provision of as-needed mental health services for the Department of Mental Health (DMH), effective upon Board approval through June 30, 2027, with two one-year extension options through June 30, 2029; execute additional MHSA MAs during the ensuing ten-year period with additional qualified agencies that submit a Statement of Qualifications, provided that the agency meets all the requirements outlined in the MHSA Request for Statement of Qualifications (RFSQ), effective upon the date of execution by the Director and shall expire on June 30, 2027, unless extended for two additional one-year terms through June 30, 2029, or terminated sooner; modify the MHSA RFSQ to add or delete categories and modify services within each category based on the mental health needs of the community as identified by DMH; and authorize the Director to take the following related actions: (Department of Mental Health) APPROVE
Tagged Passions:health, services, and mental health

Execute competitively solicited Request for Services (RFS) Solicitations for services performed under the MHSA MAs and award MHSA funding for RFS

agreements and/or amendments, provided that sufficient funds are available, awarded funding up to 999,999 annually with a term of no more than three years, awarded funding between 1,000,000 and 2,500,000 annually, with a term of no more than three years, awarded funding exceeding 2,500,000 annually and the Department will provide the Board with a semi-annual listing of all approved agencies and the total amount awarded to each agency;
Tagged Passions:funding, services, and solicitation

Execute amendments to modify or replace the RFS statement of work and make corresponding service adjustments as necessary, extend the original term

by two one-year extension options with similar funding sources, allow the rollover of unspent funds and/or provide an increase in funding up to 10 , provided that sufficient funds are available; and
Tagged Passions:funding

Execute amendments to waive or modify insurance requirements on a case-by-case basis, update and/or change agreement terms and conditions related to

Federal, State and County regulatory and/or policy as necessary during the term and terminate the agreements in accordance with the termination provisions, including termination for convenience. (19-5042)
Tagged Passions:regulation, insurance, and policy

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 21

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28. Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Subaward

Tagged Passions:grant, program, and disaster management

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Health to accept and execute a subaward from the California Governor s Office of Emergency Services

(Cal OES) for a Hazard Mitigation Grant to support the purchase and installation of 11 backup generators at 10 Public Health Centers and one Department of Public Health satellite clinic, in an anticipated amount of 2,250,000 with a funding match requirement of 750,000, funded by Net County Cost, for an anticipated 36-month period from award date; adopt a resolution authorizing the Director to submit applications to Cal OES for grant funds and accept and execute subawards and amendments from Cal OES, as the agent with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, as required per the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program; and authorize the Director to accept and execute future Cal OES awards and/or amendments that are consistent with the requirements of the Cal OES Program that extend the term at amounts determined by Cal OES, reflect non-material and/or ministerial revisions to the award s terms and conditions, allow for the rollover of unspent funds and/or redirection of funds, adjust the term of the award through December 31, 2024 and/or provide an increase or decrease in funding. (Department of Public Health) ADOPT (19-5016)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, services, program, emergency, purchasing, and disaster management

Attachments: Board Letter

Community Services

Tagged Passions:services

29. Donation to Offset Fees for Owners Reclaiming Lost Pets

Tagged Passions:pets, donation, and Donation

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Animal Care and Control to accept a donation in the amount of 100,000 from the Los Angeles County Animal

Care Foundation, funded by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), to be used to fully or partially subsidize return-to-owner fees for pet owners looking to reclaim their pets at animal care centers in Baldwin Park and Downey (1 and 4); and send letters to the Foundation and ASPCA expressing the Board s appreciation for the generous donation. (Department of Animal Care and Control) APPROVE (19-4994)
Tagged Passions:pets, donation, Donation, and parks

Attachments: Board Letter

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30. Donation for Microchips and Medical Tests for Homeless Pets

Tagged Passions:pets, donation, Donation, and homeless

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Animal Care and Control to accept a donation in the amount of 50,000 from the Los Angeles County Animal

Care Foundation, funded by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), to fund microchips and required medical tests for homeless pets transported by ASPCA to life-saving rescue organizations; and send letters to ASPCA and the Foundation expressing the Board s appreciation for the generous donation. (Department of Animal Care and Control) APPROVE (19-4995)
Tagged Passions:pets, donation, Donation, and homeless

Attachments: Board Letter

31. Event Services Master Agreement

Tagged Passions:services and events

Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Beaches and Harbors to award and execute an As-Needed Event Services Master Agreement (MA) with qualifying

contractors, to provide as-needed event services for patrons utilizing event spaces at Burton W. Chace Park Boathouse recreational facility in Marina del Rey (4), for an initial term of one year with a one-year extension option, at no Net County Cost, effective upon execution; execute the extension option, if in the opinion of the Director, the contractor has effectively performed the services during the initial contract period and the services are still required; execute a MA with new contractors, with terms coterminous with the initial MA, who become qualified throughout the open continuous period of the As-Needed Event Services Request for Statement of Qualifications; and execute amendments should the contracting entity merge, be acquired or change its entity, add or delete services and categories to the MAs as they become necessary, suspend or terminate agreements for the administrative convenience of the County when contractors cease to be in administrative compliance, and close the As-Needed Event Services Request for Statement Qualifications should it be determined the needs of the service have been met. (Department of Beaches and Harbors) APPROVE (19-4965)
Tagged Passions:facility, contract, beach, services, events, watershed, parks, ports, boating, compliance, and recreation

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 23

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32. East Los Angeles Sustainable Median Stormwater Capture Project

Tagged Passions:stormwater

Recommendation: Certify that the Addendum to the previously certified Final Program Environmental Impact Report for the County Flood Control District

Enhanced Watershed Management Programs (Programs) has been completed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act and reflects the independent judgment and analysis of the County; find that the Board has reviewed and considered the information contained within the Addendum, together with the previously certified Final Program Environmental Impact Report (FPEIR), and approve the Addendum for the proposed project; approve the East Los Angeles Sustainable Median Stormwater Capture Project, Capital Project No. 69810 (1) with a total proposed project budget of 31,005,000; adopt the plans and specifications for the project and find that the specified items may be designated by specific brand name; advertise for bids to be received and opened before 11:00 a.m. on September 10, 2019; approve an appropriation adjustment to increase the appropriation in the project budget by 7,480,000, offset with 7,480,000 in revenue from the contributions memorialized by the Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with the Cities of Montebello and Monterey Park to partially fund costs related to the planning, design and construction of the project; and authorize the Director of Public Works to take the following related actions: (Department of Public Works) ADOPT 4-VOTES
Tagged Passions:rfp, planning, RFP, funding, construction, budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, advertising, program, environment, watershed, flooding, parks, Public Works, public works, compliance, and stormwater

Determine that a bid is nonresponsive and reject a bid on that basis; award to the next lowest responsive and responsible bidder; waive

inconsequential and nonmaterial deficiencies in bids submitted; and determine whether the apparent lowest responsive and responsible bidder has timely prepared a satisfactory baseline construction schedule and satisfied all conditions for contract award;
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, and contract

Award and execute a construction contract to the apparent lowest responsive and responsible bidder, if the low bid can be awarded within the approved

total budget; establish the effective date of the contract upon receipt of acceptable performance and payment bonds and evidence of required contractor insurance, and take all other actions necessary and appropriate to deliver the project; and
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, budget, bond, contract, performance, and insurance

Enter into MOUs with the Cities of Montebello and Monterey Park related to the planning, design and construction costs of the project, with the City

of Montebello contributing up to 5,080,000 and the City of Monterey Park contributing up to 2,400,000 for the project construction costs; and
Tagged Passions:planning, construction, and parks

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Also, acting as the Governing Body of the County Flood Control District, acting as a responsible agency for the project, consider the Addendum to the

previously certified FPEIR for the Programs prepared and certified by the County, as lead agency for the project; certify that the Board has independently reviewed and considered the information contained in the Addendum together with the Environmental Impact Report and reached its own conclusions regarding the environmental effects of the District's approvals related to the project; adopt the mitigation monitoring program as applicable; find that the mitigation monitoring program is adequately designed to ensure compliance with the mitigation measures during project implementation; and determine that the significant adverse effects of the project have either been reduced to an acceptable level or are outweighed by the specific considerations of the project, as outlined in the Environmental Findings of Fact and Statement of Overriding Considerations previously adopted by the District, which findings and statement are adopted and incorporated by reference as applicable; and authorize the Chief Engineer of the District to enter into a funding agreement with the County to contribute up to 5,600,000 in Fiscal Year 2019-20 towards the planning, design and construction costs in excess of 25,405,000. (19-5008)
Tagged Passions:planning, funding, construction, program, environment, flooding, and compliance

Attachments: Board Letter

County of Los Angeles Page 25

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33. LAC+USC Medical Center Modular Chiller Plant Project

Tagged Passions:University of South Carolina and plant

Recommendation: Approve the revised project budget from the previous Board-approved amount of 10,425,000 to 12,520,000 for the LAC+USC Medical Center

Modular Chiller Plant Project (1); approve an appropriation adjustment for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 to reallocate 2,095,000 from the Department of Health Services' Enterprise Fund Committed for the Department of Health Services to Capital Project No. 87383 to fund the projected FY 2019-20 expenditures of the total project budget; authorize the Director of Public Works to execute an amendment increasing the construction contract with Faris Construction Inc. by 791,250 to compensate the contractor for 211 days of time delay at the contractual daily delay rate of 3,750; and find that the recommended actions are within the scope of the previously approved exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE 4-VOTES (19-5025)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, construction, budget, University of South Carolina, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, services, environment, plant, Public Works, and public works

Attachments: Board Letter

34. Water Truck Services Contract

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, contract, transportation, services, and water

Recommendation: Find that water truck services can be performed more economically by an independent contractor; award and authorize the Chair to sign

a contract with Spadaro Enterprises, Inc., a Local Small Business Enterprise, to provide water truck services in the unincorporated communities of North Los Angeles County (5), for a one-year term with four one-year and six month-to-month extension options, for a maximum potential contract term of 66 months and a maximum potential contract amount of 5,959,300; authorize the Director of Public Works to renew the contract for each extension option, if in the opinion of the Director, the contractor has successfully performed during the previous contract period and the services are still required, execute amendments to incorporate necessary changes within the scope of work, and suspend work if, in the opinion of the Director, it is in the best interest of the County; increase the annual contract amount up to an additional 10 for unforeseen additional work within the scope of the contract, if required; and find that the contract services are exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE (19-5001)
Tagged Passions:business, utility, Utility, contract, transportation, services, water, environment, small business, Public Works, and public works

Attachments: Board Letter

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35. On-Call West Coast Basin Seawater Barrier Injection Well Redevelopment Services Contract

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Recommendation: Award a contract to Layne Christensen Company for on-call west coast basin seawater barrier injection well redevelopment services

located in the Cities of El Segundo, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and Torrance (4), for a one-year term with three one-year and six month-to-month extension options, for a maximum potential contract term of 54 months and a maximum aggregate contract amount of 4,500,000; authorize the Director of Public Works to execute the contract and exercise the extension options if, in the opinion of the Director, the contractor has successfully performed during the previous contract period and the services are still required, execute amendments to incorporate necessary changes within the scope of work and suspend work if, in the opinion of the Director, it is in the best interest of the County; authorize the Director of Public Works to increase the annual contract amount up to an additional 10 for unforeseen additional work within the scope of the contract, if required, and adjust the annual contract amount for each extension option to allow for an annual Cost of Living Adjustment in accordance with County policy and the terms of the contract; and find that the contract work is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE (19-5028)
Tagged Passions:contract, beach, services, environment, Public Works, public works, and policy

Attachments: Board Letter

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