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Motion (Koretz Krekorian Ryu Biscaino) instructing the Chief Legislative Analyst and the City Administrative Officer (CAO), with the assistance of
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and the City Attorney, to report relative to the feasibility of securing an independent consultant to address concerns and community impacts of flight patterns at the Van Nuys and Hollywood-Burbank Airports.
TIME LIMIT: 11-22-2019; LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION: 11-15- 2019 Board of Airport Commissioners and CAO reports relative to Resolution No. 26849 for
a LAWA contract with Direct A/V, Inc., for a term of three years and for an amount not to exceed 6,381,871, for maintenance, repair, materials, and related services for the public address system at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX); and, administrative exemption from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as provided in Article II Section 2.f of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
Board of Airport Commissioners, City Attorney, and CAO reports and Ordinance authorizing LAWA to use a competitive sealed proposal selection process
and alternative project delivery methods for select capital improvement projects related to the Bus Yard Parking Lot Relocation Project at LAX; and, administrative exemption from CEQA requirements as provided in Article II Section 2.m of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
19-1116 TIME LIMIT: 11-22-2019; LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION: 11-15- 2019 Board of Airport Commissioners and CAO reports relative to Resolution No.
26848 for the Third Amendment to LAWA Contract DA-5117 with Siemens Industry, Inc., to extend the term by one year and to increase the contract amount by 1,231,726, for new total amount not to exceed 5,275,781, for ongoing technical support, maintenance, and system enhancement for the Airport Response Coordination and the Department Operations Centers; and, administrative exemption from CEQA requirements as provided in Article II Section 2.f of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
TIME LIMIT: 11-22-2019; LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION: 11-15- 2019 Board of Airport Commissioners and CAO reports relative to Resolution No. 26845 for
the Third Amendment to LAWA Contract DA-4941 with Ricondo and Associates, Inc., to extend the term by three years, for environmental support and documentation in support of the Landside Access Modernization Program at LAX; and, administrative exemption from CEQA requirements as provided in Article II Section 2.d of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
TIME LIMIT: 11-18-2019; LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION: 11-15- 2019 Board of Harbor Commissioners and CAO reports relative to Resolution No. 19-9508 for
Purchase Order Change No. 3 to Port of Los Angeles Contract No. 39811 with Zones, Inc., to increase the contract amount by 4,600,000, to a new total amount not to exceed amount of 11,500,000, and extend the contract term by two years, for the purchase of computer-based hardware and related services necessary to support information technology operations; and, administrative exemption from CEQA requirements as provided in Article II, Section 2.f of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
Resolution (Buscaino Bonin) urging: all motor carriers and warehouse operators that do business at the Port of Los Angeles to comply with all local,
state, and federal laws, including laws regarding worker classification, wages and hours, labor rights, and health and safety; and cargo owners to enforce their codes of conduct and require their subcontractors to comply with labor and human rights standards; and, to encourage customers who left Cal Cartage/NFI to return their work to the community and the new operator, and to the same workers who previously moved their goods.
Board of Airport Commissioners, City Attorney, and CAO reports and Ordinance amending Section 171.01 and adding Section 171.08 to Chapter XVII of the
Los Angeles Municipal Code regulating aircraft operations and aircraft engine run-up noise at LAX; and, categorical exemption from CEQA requirements as provided in Article III, Class 21 (2) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
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Tuesday - October 15, 2019 - PAGE 6
4\ 4TH MVMTKarim Webb, CEO of 4thMVMT
Karim Webb is CEO of 4thMVMT, a Los Angeles based firm that seeks, vets, trains, finances and partners with individuals from communities who have
been the most impacted by the application of criminal justice to own and operate competitive retail businesses. The primary goal of 4thMVMT is to cultivate human potential through empowering people, providing new solutions, and fostering well-being while building community, improving outcomes, and engaging culture in an authentic and impactful way.
Karim believes opportunity and progress do not just happen but that working toward creating even the smallest ripple is capable of causing a wave of
positive results. And under his leadership, Webb s Team Members have learned to activate possibility in their lives by exercising their muscle of excellence.
Webb is also Co-Owner and Operations Partner of PCF Restaurant Management, a multi-unit franchisee of Buffalo Wild Wings. Beyond Buffalo Wild Wings
and 4thMVMT, Karim is an advisor to the Multicultural Foodservice Hospitality Alliance (MFHA) and holds a number of Board positions including the California Community Foundation, Everytable, the Living Through Giving Foundation: Hashtag Lunchbag and the Brotherhood Crusade as a Corporate Board member.
1W A,mi,r */ ^ 'v_ir * lr *S'Cv ssK< V. 'Mlss// o( Voi ii W Eric Garcetti
September 20, 2019
Dear Mr. Webb:
I am pleased to inform you that I hereby appoint you to the Board of Airport Commissioners for the term ending June 30, 2024. In order to complete
the process as quickly as possible, there are several steps that must be taken, many of which require visiting City Hall. If you require parking during these procedures, please call Claudia Luna in my office at (213) 978-0621 to make arrangements for you.
To begin the appointment process, please review, sign and return the enclosed Remuneration Form, Undated Separation Forms, Background Check Release
and Information Sheet within one week of receiving this letter. These documents are necessary to ensuring the most efficient, open and accountable City government possible. Further, Mayor s Office policy requires you to be fingerprinted as part of the background check that is done on all potential Commissioners. To do so, please bring this letter to the Background Unit of Employment Services Division, Personnel Department Building, 700 East Temple Street, Room 235, Los Angeles, California 90012. The division phone number is (213) 473-9343. Fingerprints must be taken within three working days from the receipt of this letter.
Under separate cover you will be receiving a packet from the City Ethics Commission containing information about the City s conflict of interest laws
and a copy of the State Form 700/Statement of Economic Interests. You are required to complete and return this form within 21 days of your nomination to the City Ethics Commission, 200 North Spring Street, City Hall, 24th Floor, Los Angeles, California 90012. Any inquiries regarding this form should be directed to Nicole Enriquez at the Ethics Commission at (213) 978-1960.
As part of the City Council confirmation process, you will need to meet with Mike Bonin, your Councilmember, and Councilmember Buscaino, the Chair of
the Trade, Travel, and Tourism Committee, to answer any questions they may have. You will be hearing from a City Council committee clerk who will let you know when your appointment will be considered by the Trade, Travel, and Tourism Committee. Sometime thereafter, you will be notified by the committee clerk when your appointment will be presented to the full City Council for confirmation. Once you are confirmed, you will be required to take the oath of office in the City Clerk s Office in Room 395 of City Hall. Claudia Luna will assist you during the confirmation process if you have questions.
In early 2017, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) began implementing new flight paths and departure procedures at Southern California airports
as a part of its NextGen initiative to utilize new air traffic technology and procedures. New departing flight paths out of the Van Nuys Airport and Hollywood-Burbank Airport were implemented that relied on satellite- based routing technology, concentrating air traffic over communities in the San Fernando Valley region.
On December 10, 2018, the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, the operator of the Hollywood-Burbank Airport, sent a letter to the FAA
requesting that the FAA consider dispersal options before implementing the newly announced flight paths. And in August 2018, November 2018, and February 2019 the City Attorney and the undersigned Councilmembers submitted substantive legal comments to the FAA regarding the proposed flights paths.
The Council has adopted multiple resolutions and motions urging the FAA to further consider the health and environmental impacts of its NextGen
initiative, engage in discussions with affected communities, and examine alternative flight paths and procedures..This is a complicated issue affecting a diverse swath of community members and stakeholders in the City and requires an expert who can effectively build consensus around potential solutions to mitigate the impacts of air traffic in the San Fernando Valley region.
I THEREFORE MOVE that the Chief Legislative Analyst and City Administrative Officer, with the assistance of Los Angeles World Airports and the City
Attorney, be instructed / requested, to report on the feasibility of securing an independent consultant to address the aforementioned issues/concems and community impacts relative to operations at the Van Nuys and Hollywood- Burbank Airports and perform the following scope of work:
Identify potential mitigation measures and/or alternative flight paths and dispersals; Conduct outreach, education and consensus building among
impacted communities; Develop a consensus among the aforementioned airport partners and a concerted advocacy strategy to mitigate the noise, safety, and environmental impacts associated with the NextGen initiative s new flight paths; Advocate for the dispersal of NextGen departure paths from the Van Nuys and Hollywood-Burbank Airports, alternative departure paths to mitigate noise issues, alternative operational mitigations to reduce noise, and the implementation of specific federal guidelines and practices as approved in the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 related to aircraft noise, health, and environmental impacts, local land-use considerations, and related matters as detailed in the text of this Motion.