AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS  
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA  
TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2024, 9:30 A.M.  
BOARD HEARING ROOM 381B  
KENNETH HAHN HALL OF ADMINISTRATION  
500 WEST TEMPLE STREET  
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90012  
Lindsey P. Horvath  
Chair  
Third District  
Hilda L. Solis  
Supervisor  
Holly J. Mitchell  
Supervisor  
First District  
Second District  
Janice Hahn  
Supervisor  
Fourth District  
Kathryn Barger  
Chair Pro Tem  
Fifth District  
Interim Executive Officer  
Jeff Levinson  
AGENDA POSTED: April 18, 2024  
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Pledge of Allegiance led by Gladys Patrice Berry, former E1-Airman Basic, United States Air Force, Los  
Angeles (2).  
I. CONSENT CALENDAR  
All matters are approved by one motion unless held.  
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1 - 17  
Appointments to Commissions/Committees/Special Districts  
1.  
Recommendations for appointment/reappointment or removal for  
Commissions/Committees/Special Districts (+ denotes reappointments):  
Documents on file in the Executive Office.  
Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell  
Scott Houston+, Los Angeles County Commission for Older Adults  
Supervisor Lindsey P. Horvath  
Karen L. Miller+, Engineering Geology and Solis Review and Appeals  
Board  
Maurice L. Pantoja, Solid Waste Facilities Hearing Board  
Supervisor Janice Hahn  
Ricky Patel, Consumer Affairs Advisory Commission  
Eric R. Eisenberg+, Los Angeles County Arts Commission  
Jacob Haik+, Los Angeles County Citizens’ Economy and Efficiency  
Commission  
Chihung (Chi) Szeto+, Los Angeles County Veterans' Advisory  
Commission  
Amber Sheikh, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority  
James Vernon+, Watershed Area Steering Committee Community -  
Lower Los Angeles River  
Ariel G. Pe, Watershed Area Steering Committee Community - Lower  
San Gabriel River  
Supervisor Kathryn Barger  
Gerald Freeny (Alternate)+, Public Safety Realignment Team  
Aram Ordubegian, Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Advisory  
Committee (24-0097)  
Attachments:  
Blind Removals Moving Forward: Color Consciousness and Safeguarding  
Against Racial Bias  
2.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Instruct the Director of  
Children and Family Services to consider and incorporate, as appropriate, the  
recommendations found in the University of California Los Angeles’ Pritzker  
Center for Strengthening Children and Families “Beyond Blind Removal: Color  
Consciousness and Anti-Racism in Los Angeles County Child Welfare” report,  
beginning with the implementation of upstream enhancements, targeting the root  
cause of disproportionalities among Black families and children in the child  
welfare system; and take the following actions:  
Require Eliminating Racial Disproportionality and Disparity (ERDD)  
roundtables discussions at all Department of Children and Family  
Services (DCFS) regional offices, normalize talking about race, including  
conversations during the review process, touch points and Child and  
Family Team Meetings, along with meaningful dialogue around anti-Black  
racism, discussions and talks about race and disproportionality should be  
regular, and occur in both individual and group supervision, including  
unit and general staff meetings, and develop a Departmental  
implementation and sustainability plan that will include, but not be limited  
to, the following efforts:  
ERDD roundtable and debrief session discussions led by  
trained/skilled facilitators and/or coaches being held at all DCFS  
offices to build on equity practices; and  
Creation of safe spaces that will allow trained/skilled facilitators  
and/or coaches to support staff and address the elevated emotions  
that may arise from having discussions about race and culture;  
In consultation with the Executive Director of Racial Equity, reimagine  
and transform the organizational culture of the workforce by conducting  
an equity audit on upcoming reform efforts, as well as direct practices  
and training, identify gaps where current strategies are not being  
properly implemented or require improvement, identify regional office  
champions to assist with implementation and accountability;  
In consultation with the Executive Director of the Office of Child  
Protection, identify and determine that all external support is engaged,  
including members of impacted communities, the Commission for  
Children and Families, the Alliance for Children’s Rights,  
community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, trusted  
messengers, etc., for the ongoing development and evaluation of the  
DCFS’ Office of Equity; and  
Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services, for the Office Equity, to  
identify and execute an agreement with an equity consultant to conduct racial  
bias training, for DCFS University and new hire orientation, executive  
leadership, union representatives, management, hotline staff, Assistant Regional  
Administrators, Supervising Childrens Social Workers, Childrens Social  
Workers, and all applicable staff. (24-1486)  
Attachments:  
Century Sheriff’s Station Continental Breakfast Fee Waiver  
3.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Waive the $4 per vehicle  
parking fee for approximately 50 vehicles, in the amount of $200, excluding the  
cost of liability insurance, at Lot 87, for the Sheriff’s Department’s Century  
Station Continental Breakfast and a Conversation with Sheriff Luna, at the  
Station’s Kenneth Hahn Auditorium, to be held on April 23, 2024. (24-1488)  
Attachments:  
A Zero-Emission Vehicle Master Plan for Los Angeles County  
4.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Instruct the Interim  
Director of Internal Services, in collaboration with the Chief Sustainability  
Officer, the Directors of Regional Planning and Public Works, and the  
Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights and Measures, to develop within  
180 days, a Zero-Emission (ZEV) Vehicle Master Plan that includes goals,  
strategies, and technical guidance to deliver on the County’s zero-emission fleet  
goals, expand electric vehicle (EV) charger infrastructure throughout the  
County, promote EV ownership, and enhance EV charger reliability, with the  
plan to include the following:  
Proposed strategies for EV infrastructure development across the County  
and an update from the Internal Services Department on the 2021 Zero  
Emission Infrastructure Plan, including specific updates on data-based  
solutions for EV charger deployment, as well as the development of the  
dashboard to identify patterns in usage and types of users; the 10-year  
deployment plan for Level 2 and Level 3/DC fast chargers; and the  
training program, action plan, and resources needed to build internal  
capacity of existing County staff to support clean transportation planning  
and EV supply equipment installation and maintenance;  
Partnership with local electric utility companies to identify strategies for  
EV infrastructure development;  
A report from all relevant County Departments to identify the barriers to  
implementing the Clean Fuel - Sustainable Fleet (Policy) and internal  
action plans to expand their zero-emission fleet and charging  
infrastructure;  
Internal action plans from the Interim Director of Internal Services, the  
Director of Public Works, the Sheriff, and the Fire Chief, to accelerate  
ZEV acquisitions, including strategies to plan for and fund required  
charging infrastructure to ensure County Departments can transition to  
ZEV vehicles while avoiding operational impacts;  
Performance standards and equipment specifications, that are in line  
with State and Federal legislative efforts, to ensure high reliability and  
recordkeeping of EV charging infrastructure installed for public- and  
privately-owned shared EV charging stations, including infrastructure  
installed in County facilities;  
Recommendations on programs and code amendments that would  
expand EV charging zones in all appropriate areas in the County, such  
as for EV charging stations for new residential and nonresidential  
developments that incorporates standards from the California Green  
Building Standards Code;  
With the assistance from the Director of Public Works and the  
Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz),  
ZEV, identify obstacles in the permitting of EV chargers in the County  
and contracted cities, and provide recommendations for improvements to  
the process, ensuring compliance with Assembly Bill (AB) 1236, AB 970,  
and AB 126;  
A plan to partner with the Director of Economic Opportunity, California  
Conservation Corps, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers,  
Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, GO-Biz, and other relevant  
organizations, to identify and expand green job workforce training  
opportunities particularly for technicians to become Registered Service  
Agents to install EV chargers and to perform maintenance and repair  
services;  
With the assistance of the Director of Regional Planning, a plan to track  
metrics on key ZEV adoption as identified in the 2045 Climate Action  
Plan, including the number of ZEV registered and number of non-ZEVs  
registered in unincorporated Los Angeles County; the total sales of  
gasoline and diesel fuel in unincorporated Los Angeles County; the total  
number of gas stations decommissioned in unincorporated Los Angeles  
County; and specific tracking metrics for zero-emission infrastructure in  
unincorporated Los Angeles County;  
Partnership opportunities with private, government, and  
non-governmental entities to ensure best practices including, but not  
limited to, the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator and the public-private  
Transportation Electrification Partnership;  
Strategies and a community outreach plan to ensure low-income  
communities have equitable access to infrastructure;  
Targets for grant funding and strategies to finance EV purchases using  
IRA tax credits and other State and Federal grants that are newly  
available to governments;  
Staffing or other resources needed to implement these strategies; and  
An annual report back to the Board with updates on the progress towards  
implementing all aspects of the ZEV Plan, including Departments’  
progress in meeting their clean fleet goals. (24-1487)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming April 30th as “Jane Fonda Day” in Los Angeles County  
5.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Proclaim April 30th of  
each year as “Jane Fonda Day” throughout Los Angeles County beginning in  
2024; promote attendance at the Board meeting on April 30, 2024, where Jane  
Fonda will be recognized by the Board; and encourage communities across  
Los Angeles to celebrate the contributions of Jane Fonda by engaging in  
service and advocacy for social and environmental causes. (24-1496)  
Attachments:  
Assuring that No Employee of the County of Los Angeles is Experiencing  
Homelessness  
6.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Hahn and Mitchell: Instruct the  
Director of Personnel and the Chief Executive Officer to conduct a voluntary  
confidential survey of all County employees asking for, and not limited to,  
questions, such as Department of employment, demographic data, including  
spousal or partner status and number of dependents, salary/wages range, debt  
owed (e.g., student, medical, or other), housing situation (e.g., if they are  
sleeping in their car, couch surfing or renting a room, or if they have stable  
housing), currently collecting or enrolled in any County benefit programs, and  
any past system involvement (e.g., formerly incarcerated, child welfare or  
juvenile justice involved, or domestic violence survivor); and instruct the Director  
of Personnel, and the Chief Executive Officer, through the Homeless Initiative,  
in consultation with the Directors of Mental Health, Public Social Services, and  
Consumer and Business Affairs, to report back to the Board in writing within  
120 days of the conclusion of the survey, to provide the Board with  
recommendations on services and protocols that would be most beneficial to  
preventing and reducing homeless risk for County employees, as identified  
through the survey results, including, and not limited to, recommendations on  
programs to connect homeless or housing insecure County employees to case  
management services and/or access to housing navigation resources through  
County Departments or partner agencies, any policy, ordinance, or legislative  
changes that would remove barriers to retaining employment for housing  
insecure and homeless individuals, and to prohibit discrimination against  
employees who may identify as homeless or unhoused. (24-1493)  
Attachments:  
Race-Neutral Shooting Targets - County Support for Senate Bill 1020  
(Bradford)  
7.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Direct the Chief Executive  
Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations Branch,  
to support Senate Bill 1020 (Bradford), legislation which would ensure that all  
shooting targets used for training by law enforcement entities and other  
agencies be race-neutral, specifically by prohibiting the use of ethnic shooting  
targets by local agencies. (24-1484)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming April 2024 as “Awareness of Veterans with Parkinson’s  
Month”  
8.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Proclaim April 2024 as  
“Awareness of Veterans with Parkinson’s Month” throughout Los Angeles  
County to help raise awareness and improve knowledge about Parkinson’s  
disease amongst the general public; and encourage all County stakeholders to  
learn about the programs offered through Veteran Affairs of Long Beach and  
Greater Los Angeles, as well as organizations, such as the Parkinson’s  
Foundation by visiting Parkinson.org. (24-1492)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming “National Therapy Animal Day”  
9.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Proclaim April 30, 2024 as  
“National Therapy Animal Day” throughout Los Angeles County to help raise  
awareness and improve knowledge of the benefits of therapy animals amongst  
the general public; and encourage all County employees and residents to learn  
Attachments:  
Support 99 Cents Only Stores Transition  
10.  
11.  
12.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Hahn: Direct the  
Chief Executive Officer to send a five-signature letter to the Governor’s Office of  
Business and Economic Development to support the sale and transaction of the  
99 Cents Only Stores in Southern California; and instruct the Director of  
Economic Opportunity to continue to support and advocate for all impacted  
employees of 99 Cents Only Stores. (24-1495)  
Attachments:  
Future Green Leaders Summit  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Authorize the Interim  
Director of Internal Services to ask for and receive donations, receive summit  
sponsorships or other gifts in any amount, subject to County budgetary  
guidelines and practices, on behalf of the Future Green Leaders Summit, to  
benefit Los Angeles County students and reduce the overall cost of the October  
24, 2024 Future Green Leaders Summit. (24-1477)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 2024 as “Mental Health Awareness Month”  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Proclaim May 2024 as  
“Mental Health Awareness Month” throughout Los Angeles County, supporting  
this work wholeheartedly and encouraging all County Departments to participate  
in the Take Action for Mental Health Los Angeles County campaign. (24-1490)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 3 through 27, 2024 as “Los Angeles County Fair Days”  
13.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Horvath: Proclaim May  
3 through May 27, 2024 as “Los Angeles County Fair Days” throughout Los  
Angeles County; instruct the Chief Executive Officer, through the Office of  
Countywide Communications, to promote the County Fair on the County  
Channel and social media platforms; and instruct County Department Heads to  
promote and encourage County employees to celebrate “Los Angeles County  
Day at the Fair” on Saturday, May 4, 2024, by attending the County Fair and  
enjoying an array of exhibits and festive County Fair programming. (24-1494)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 2024 as “Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage  
Month” in Los Angeles County  
14.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Proclaim May 2024 as  
“Asian American and Pacific Islander Month;” direct the Chief Executive  
Officer, through the Office of Countywide Communications, to promote County  
and County Department events celebrating Asian American and Pacific  
Islander (AAPI) heritage, including highlighting employees who exemplify AAPI  
values and County Department programs and initiatives that support AAPI  
communities, and promoting the work of our AAPI-related County employee  
relations; and recognize the Chinese Employee Association of Los Angeles  
County, Korean American Employee Association of Los Angeles County, Los  
Angeles County Asian American Employee Association, Los Angeles County  
Cambodian Employee Association, Los Angeles County Filipino American  
Employee Association, and the Vietnamese Employee Association of Los  
Angeles County, for their dedication and service to the 10,000,000 residents of  
the County. (24-1483)  
Attachments:  
First District’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month  
Reception Parking Fee Waiver  
15.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Waive the $20 per vehicle  
parking fee for approximately 350 vehicles, in the amount of $7,000, excluding  
the cost of liability insurance, at the Music Center Garage, for attendees of the  
First Supervisorial District’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage  
Month Reception, to be held on May 10, 2024. (24-1485)  
Attachments:  
Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association Election  
16.  
Interim Executive Officer of the Board’s recommendation: Adopt a resolution  
establishing the procedures to elect the Third Member of the Los Angeles  
County Employees Retirement Association (LACERA) Board of Investments,  
with the term beginning the day after the Board’s declaration of the official  
results due to a current vacancy, and expiring on December 31, 2027, and  
Third Member of the LACERA Board of Retirement, with a three-year term  
beginning on January 1, 2025, and expiring on December 31, 2027; and  
instruct the Interim Executive Officer of the Board to send notice of the election  
and copies of the election resolution to all County Departments and agencies  
that employ General Members of LACERA. (24-1365)  
Attachments:  
Conflict of Interest Codes  
17.  
Interim Executive Officer of the Board’s recommendation: Approve the Conflict  
of Interest Codes for Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority, Alliance  
College-Ready Public Schools, Alternate Public Defender, Antelope Valley  
Schools Transportation Authority, Citrus Community College District, Disaster  
Management Area “A” Joint Powers Authority, El Camino Real Charter High  
School, Garvey School District, Glendale Unified School District, iLEAD  
California Charters 1, Long Beach Community College District, Los Angeles  
County Law Library, Monrovia Unified School District, Mountain View School  
District, Newhall School District, Ocean Charter School, San Gabriel Valley  
Mosquito and Vector Control District, and recognize the dissolution of TIME  
Community Education effective June 5, 2023, and the abolishment of its code  
to be effective the day following Board approval. (24-1432)  
Attachments:  
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 18 - 75  
Chief Executive Office  
Recommendation To Continue Proclaimed Local Emergencies  
18.  
Recommendation: Adopt and instruct the Chair to sign six resolutions to  
continue the proclaimed local emergencies for the Fruit Fly Infestation  
proclaimed May 10, 1990; Homelessness proclaimed January 10, 2023; Severe  
Winter Storms proclaimed January 10, 2023; Frigid Winter Storms proclaimed  
March 1, 2023; Tropical Storm Hilary proclaimed August 20, 2023; and Winter  
Storms proclaimed February 4, 2024. (24-1416)  
Attachments:  
Department of Public Health Lease Agreement  
19.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a proposed  
lease with Sonnenblick Del Rio Norwalk, LLC, which will extend the Department  
of Public Health's (DPH’s) use of approximately 20,647 sq ft of office space and  
83 on-site parking spaces located at 12440 Imperial Highway in Norwalk (4),  
with an estimated maximum first year base rental amount of $459,000, and an  
estimated total proposed lease amount of $2,551,000 over the five-year term,  
the rental costs will be funded 100% by State and Federal funding sources that  
are already included in DPH’s existing budget, and DPH will not be requesting  
additional Net County Cost, execute any other ancillary documentation  
necessary to effectuate the proposed lease, and take actions necessary and  
appropriate to implement the proposed lease including, without limitation,  
exercising any early termination rights; and find that the proposed lease is  
exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (24-1418)  
Attachments:  
Blanchard and Cogen Landfills Gas Extraction System Maintenance,  
Monitoring, and Reporting Services Contract  
20.  
Recommendation: Award and authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a  
contract with Tetra Tech BAS, Inc., for the provision of Blanchard and Cogen  
Landfills Gas Extraction System maintenance, monitoring, and reporting  
services, located at the Eastern Avenue Hill Complex in Los Angeles (1), on  
behalf of the County, for a contract amount not to exceed $1,000,000,  
commencing upon execution by the County, with an initial three year term and  
two one-year extension options, for a total maximum contract term of five years,  
with sufficient funding in the Fiscal Year 2023-24 Capital Projects/  
Refurbishments budget; find that the proposed actions are exempt from the  
California Environmental Quality Act; and authorize the Chief Executive Officer  
to take the following actions:  
Supplement the initial not to exceed contract amount by up to 25% of the  
original contract amount based on workload requirements;  
Exercise the extension options based upon project demands and level of  
satisfaction with services provided; and  
Authorize additional services and extend the contract expiration date as  
necessary to complete those additional services when those additional  
services are previously unforeseen, related to a previously assigned  
scope of work on a given project, and are necessary for the completion  
of that given project, and suspend and/or terminate the contract for  
convenience, if it is in the best interest of the County. (24-1378)  
Attachments:  
Fire Department Lease Amendment  
21.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a proposed  
lease amendment with the City of Los Angeles, for 1.28 acres of land, for the  
Fire Department’s (Fire) continued use of approximately 32,753 sq ft of hangar  
space, located at 16200 Daily Drive in Van Nuys (Premises) (3), the proposed  
amendment will add the additional Premises to the existing Premises, so the  
termination dates will be conterminous, the estimated maximum amount for the  
first two months of the term for the proposed additional Premises is $15,200,  
and the first full year of base rental costs is $93,400, the estimated total  
proposed lease amendment amount is $335,000 over the three-year and  
five-month term, the rental costs will be funded independently from the County’s  
General Fund and is already included in Fire’s existing budget, Fire, as a  
Special District, relies primarily on property tax revenue to provide essential fire  
protection, lifeguard services, and emergency medical services, Fire will not be  
requesting additional Net County Cost (NCC) for this action and there will be no  
impact to NCC, execute any other ancillary documentation necessary to  
effectuate the proposed lease amendment, and take actions necessary and  
appropriate to implement the proposed lease amendment; and find that the  
proposed lease amendment is exempt from the California Environmental Quality  
Act. (24-1417)  
Attachments:  
County Operations  
Countywide Language Access Policy  
22.  
Recommendation: Approve a Countywide Language Access Policy that will  
demonstrate the Board’s commitment to equitable access to language services.  
(Department of Consumer and Business Affairs) APPROVE (24-1376)  
Attachments:  
Settlement of Litigation Arising Out of An Employment Matter  
23.  
Recommendation: Approve a settlement in the amount of $69,000 in the matter  
entitled, Nathan Gray v. Los Angeles County Development Authority, Los  
Angeles Superior Court Case No. 23AHCV00225; and instruct the Executive  
Director of the Los Angeles County Development Authority to draw a warrant to  
implement this settlement from the Los Angeles County Development Authority’s  
budget. (County Counsel) APPROVE (24-1426)  
Attachments:  
Legal Representation for a Clinical Psychologist  
24.  
Recommendation: Find that the administrative proceeding involving a Human  
Resources clinical psychologist is brought on account of alleged acts or  
omissions performed in the scope of the clinical psychologist’s employment as  
an employee of the County; find that the defense of the clinical psychologist  
would be in the best interest of the County; find that the clinical psychologist  
acted in good faith, without malice, and in the apparent interest of the County;  
and direct County Counsel to secure legal representation or authorize  
reimbursement for attorneys’ fees incurred, at the County’s expense, for the  
Department of Human Resources’ clinical psychologist. (Department of  
Human Resources) APPROVE (24-1373)  
Attachments:  
LA County Library Headquarters Fire Restoration Project  
25.  
Recommendation: Approve the additional scope and revised project budget of  
$26,425,000, which reflects an increase of $10,994,000 from the previously  
Board-approved budget amount of $15,431,000, for the LA County Library  
Headquarters Fire Restoration Project, Capital Project No. 89160 (Project) (4);  
approve an appropriation adjustment to transfer $7,395,000 from the LA County  
Library Operating budget to the LA County Library-Accumulative Capital Outlay  
Fund, to fully fund the Project; and find that the recommended actions are  
within the scope of the previous exemptions and finding of exemption from the  
California Environmental Quality Act. (Internal Services Department)  
APPROVE 4-VOTES (24-1371)  
Attachments:  
Investment Custody and Securities Lending Services Sole Source  
Contract Amendment  
26.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Interim Treasurer and Tax Collector to execute  
an amendment to a contract with Citibank, N.A. for Investment Custody and  
Securities Lending Services, to extend the contract term for an additional  
one-year period from June 1, 2024 through May 31, 2025, with an annual  
contract amount not to exceed $250,000, with funding included in the Fiscal  
Year 2024-25 Budget; and add, delete, and/or revise certain terms and  
conditions as required under Federal, or State, or local law or regulation, or as  
required by the Board, approve assignment and delegation of the contract,  
resulting from acquisitions, mergers, or other changes in ownership, make  
changes to the statement of work, as operationally necessary, and terminate the  
contract for convenience. (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE  
(24-1431)  
Attachments:  
Family and Social Services  
United Way of Greater Los Angeles Daytime Services and Senior Centers  
Grant Award Contract  
27.  
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Director of Aging and Disabilities  
to accept and execute an awarded contract amount of $150,000, and any  
additional grant funding augmentations, from the United Way of Greater Los  
Angeles (UWGLA), effective upon execution through December 31, 2024;  
execute amendments to extend the term of the contract, if one is offered by  
UWGLA before expiration; and fund one-time physical site and operation  
upgrades to expand and improve services at the Aging and Disabilities  
Department’s Antelope Valley Senior Center funded through the contract.  
(Aging and Disabilities Department) APPROVE (24-1400)  
Attachments:  
Health and Mental Health Services  
Mental Health Final Reconciliation and Cost Settlement Legal Entity  
Agreements  
28.  
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Director of Mental Health to  
execute a Mental Health Final Reconciliation and Cost Settlement agreement  
with up to 12 Legal Entity contractors, to establish a final agreement over the  
amounts payable to the contractors for services furnished during Fiscal Years  
(FYs) 2005-06 through 2015-16; waive collection from the contractor of certain  
payments related to FYs 2002-03 through 2005-06; and release any  
outstanding contractor appeals related to FYs 2005-06 through 2015-16 that  
have delayed reaching such agreement. (Department of Mental Health)  
APPROVE (24-1404)  
Attachments:  
Healthier Communities Project Services Sole Source Contract  
Amendments  
29.  
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Director of Public Health to  
execute amendments to two sole source contracts to extend the terms and  
increase the maximum obligation for the continued provision of the Solutions for  
Healthier Communities Project, effective June 30, 2024 through September 29,  
2028 with the University of Southern California School of Pharmacy, in the  
amount of $2,019,500, and the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles  
County, in the amount of $1,522,075, fully funded by the Centers for Disease  
Control and Prevention, Solutions for Equitable Diabetes Prevention and  
Management Grant Number NU58DP007384 and Innovative Solutions for  
Cardiovascular Health Grant Number NU58DP007576, Assistance Listing  
Number 93.988; and authorize the Director to take the following actions:  
(Department of Public Health) APPROVE  
Execute amendments to the contracts that extend the term through March  
31, 2031 at amounts to be determined by the Director, contingent upon  
the availability of funds and contractor performance, allow the rollover of  
unspent contract funds, if allowable by the grantor, allow reallocation of  
funds between budgets, provide an increase or decrease in funding up to  
10% above or below the annual base maximum obligation effective upon  
execution, update the statement of work and/or scope of work, as  
necessary, and/or correct errors in the contracts' terms and conditions;  
Execute change notices to the contracts that authorize budget  
modifications, with corresponding modifications to the statement of work  
and/or scope of work, that are within the same scope of services, as  
necessary, and/or changes to hours of operation and/or service  
locations; and  
Immediately suspend or terminate either contract upon issuing a written  
notice to a contractor who fails to fully comply with contractual  
requirements, and terminate either contract for convenience by providing  
a 30-calendar day advance written notice to the contractor. (24-1370)  
Attachments:  
Public Health Emergency Preparedness Contracts  
30.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Health to accept and  
implement a forthcoming award from the Centers for Disease Control and  
Prevention (CDC), Assistance Listing Number 93.069, to support Public Health  
Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) for Year 1 of an anticipated five-year award  
beginning July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2029, at an estimated annual amount  
of $25,000,000, as determined by the CDC; and authorize the Director to take  
the following actions: (Department of Public Health) APPROVE  
Accept additional funding that may be issued from various funders as  
new awards in the event of a pandemic, emerging infectious disease  
outbreak, or an all-hazards or other public health emergency, at amounts  
to be determined by the funding entity;  
Accept future awards that are consistent with the requirements of the  
award and amendments to the awards that extend the term at amounts to  
be determined by the funding entity and/or provide an increase or  
decrease in funding;  
Accept future amendments that are consistent with the requirements of  
the awards that reflect non-material and/or ministerial revisions to the  
award’s terms and conditions and allow for the rollover of unspent funds  
and/or redirection of funds;  
Execute sole source contracts with the Cities of Long Beach, Pasadena  
and Los Angeles for the term of July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025, with  
four one-year extension options through June 30, 2029, at annual  
maximum obligations to be determined by the Director and dependent on  
availability of funding, for Public Health Emergency Preparedness and  
Response services;  
Execute one or more competitively solicited contract(s), sole source  
contract(s), or amendments to existing service contracts related to public  
health emergency preparedness, response, and recovery, with contract  
maximum obligations not to exceed $600,000 annually per service  
contract, funded by sources to include, but not limited to, the CDC,  
California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Department of Homeland  
Security, and/or Measure B;  
Execute amendments to the contracts that extend the term, allow the  
rollover of unspent contract funds, if allowable by the funding source,  
allow reallocation of funds between budgets, provide an increase or  
decrease in funding up to 10% above or below the annual base maximum  
obligation effective upon execution, update the statement of work and/or  
scope of work, as necessary, and/or correct errors in the terms and  
conditions;  
Execute change notices to the contracts that authorize modifications to  
the budget with corresponding modifications to the statement of work  
and/or scope of work, that are within the same scope of services, as  
necessary, and/or changes to hours of operation and/or service  
locations;  
Immediately suspend or terminate the contracts upon issuing a written  
notice to contractors who fail to fully comply with contractual  
requirements and terminate contracts for convenience by providing a  
30-calendar day advance written notice to contractors;  
Purchase food and beverages for 10 public health emergency volunteer  
preparedness trainings, drills, and exercises scheduled annually in  
amounts not to exceed $3,525 per training, with an estimated 100  
attendees, 100% offset by CDC or CDPH funding; and  
Purchase food and beverages for up to eight community stakeholder  
workshops annually in amounts not to exceed $3,525 per workshop with  
an estimated 100 attendees, 100% offset by CDC or CDPH funding.  
(24-1364)  
Attachments:  
Community Based Communication and Engagement Campaigns Media  
Services Master Agreement Work Order Amendments  
31.  
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Director of Public Health to  
execute an amendment to a Master Agreement Work Order (MAWO) with Team  
Friday, Inc. (Team Friday) for the provision of Community Based  
Communication and Engagement Campaigns Media Services, and increase the  
maximum obligation by $1,100,000, from $1,100,000 to $2,200,000, for the  
period of July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024, and extend the term through  
June 30, 2025 at a maximum obligation of $1,350,000 for the period of July 1,  
2024 through June 30, 2025, 100% funded by Centers for Disease Control and  
Prevention, Assistance Listing Number 93.354, California Department of Public  
Health Future of Public Health, and Care First Community Investment funding;  
and execute future MAWO amendments with Team Friday that extend the term  
for an additional one-year period through June 30, 2026 at amounts to be  
determined by the Director, contingent upon availability of funds and contractor  
performance, allow the rollover of unspent MAWO funds, and provide an  
increase or decrease in funding up to 25% above or below each period's  
annual base maximum amount, effective upon amendment execution or at the  
beginning of the applicable MAWO period, which may include corresponding  
revisions to the scope of work, as necessary, future increases or amendments  
shall not exceed $2,000,000 annually without additional delegated authority from  
the Board. (Department of Public Health) APPROVE (24-1363)  
Attachments:  
Community Services  
Mobile Spay and Neuter and Vaccination Services Contract Amendments  
32.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Animal Care and Control to amend  
contracts with Simi Valley Nonprofit Spay and Neuter Clinic and Spay4LA for  
the continued provision of mobile spay and neuter and vaccination services, the  
current maximum annual contract amount is $150,000 for each contract, and  
the Department will increase the amount when additional funds are identified.  
(Department of Animal Care and Control) APPROVE (24-1382)  
Attachments:  
Norwood Library Refurbishment Project and the Young Learners and  
Student Support Programs Grant Awards  
33.  
Recommendation: Accept grant funding of $1,500,000 from the State Library  
for the Library’s Norwood Library Refurbishment Project (Project) and the  
Young Learners and Student Support Programs (1 and 4); authorize the County  
Librarian to execute documents, agreements or amendments associated with  
the acceptance and use of the grant, and accept and execute grants and  
awards from the State Library, Federal, State, and other public and private  
agencies, in support of the Project and of early learning and student success  
programs and services; and find that the proposed actions are not a project  
under the California Environmental Quality Act. (LA County Library)  
APPROVE (24-1406)  
Attachments:  
Arcadia Tennis Center at Arcadia Community Regional Park Agreement  
Amendment  
34.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Parks and Recreation to negotiate  
and execute a sole source amendment to an agreement with iTennis, Inc., for  
the continued management, operation, and maintenance of Arcadia Tennis  
Center at Arcadia Community Regional Park (5), extend the term for an  
additional period of one year, with 12 month-to-month extension options, for a  
maximum extension of 24 months, add and/or change certain terms and  
conditions, as required by the Board, execute future amendments to exercise  
the extension options, and suspend or terminate the agreement, or assign the  
agreement, if deemed necessary, in accordance with the approved terms and  
condition of the agreement; and find that the proposed actions are exempt from  
the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Parks and  
Recreation) APPROVE (24-1410)  
Attachments:  
Olive View-UCLA Medical Center Elevators Modernization Project  
Construction Contract  
35.  
Recommendation: Establish and approve the proposed Olive View-UCLA  
Medical Center Elevators Modernization Project, Capital Project No. 87824  
(Project) (3), with a total Project budget of $15,987,000; approve the Fiscal  
Year (FY) 2023-24 appropriation adjustment to allocate $431,000 from the  
Department of Health Services' Enterprise Fund Committed for Department of  
Health Services to fund the estimated FY 2023-24 expenditures for the Project;  
find that The PENTA Building Group, LLC, is the responsive and responsible  
proposer that submitted the best value Design-Build proposal for the design and  
construction of the Project; find that the proposed Project is exempt from the  
California Environmental Quality Act; and authorize the Director to take the  
following actions: (Department of Public Works) APPROVE 4-VOTES  
Execute a Design-Build agreement with The PENTA Building Group,  
LLC, for the Project for a not to exceed maximum contract amount of  
$10,410,372, inclusive of the base contract amount of $10,010,372, and  
the design completion allowance of $400,000, and suspend and/or  
terminate the contract for convenience, if it is in the best interest of the  
County; and  
With concurrence of the Chief Executive Officer, exercise control over  
the design completion allowance, including the authority to reallocate the  
allowance into the contract amount, as appropriate, in accordance with  
the Project specifications. (24-1424)  
Attachments:  
Walnut Park Pocket Park Development Project Construction Contract  
36.  
Recommendation: Approve the revised total project budget for the Walnut Park  
Pocket Park Development Project, Capital Project No. 69877 (Project) (4), to  
$4,926,437 from the previously approved budget of $4,622,842; approve an  
appropriation adjustment to reflect an increase $304,000 in appropriation to the  
Project, to fully offset with revenue from the Los Angeles County Regional Park  
and Open Space District Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks, Open Space,  
Beaches, Rivers Protection, and Water Conservation Measure of 2016  
(Measure A), to fully fund the Project; and find that the recommended actions  
related to the previously approved Project are not subject to the California  
Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE  
4-VOTES (24-1367)  
Attachments:  
Hubert H. Humphrey and Edward R. Roybal Comprehensive Health  
Centers Elevator Modernization Projects Construction Contract  
37.  
Recommendation: Establish and approve the Hubert H. Humphrey  
Comprehensive Health Center Elevator Modernization Project, Capital Project  
(CP) No. 87979, with a total project budget of $4,000,000, and the Edward R.  
Roybal Comprehensive Health Center Elevator Modernization Project, CP No.  
87980, with a total project budget of $3,840,000 (Projects) (1); approve the  
Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24 appropriation adjustment to allocate $1,400,000 and  
$1,250,000 from the Department of Health Services' Enterprise  
Fund-Committed for Health Services to fund the estimated FY 2023-24  
expenditures for the Projects, respectively; authorize the Director of Public  
Works to deliver the proposed Projects using Board-approved Job Order  
Contracts; and find that the Projects are exempt from the California  
Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE  
4-VOTES (24-1420)  
Attachments:  
East Los Angeles Monument Improvements Project Construction  
38.  
Contract  
Recommendation: Approve the East Los Angeles Monument Improvements  
Project (Project) (1), and authorize the Director of Public Works to adopt the  
plans and specifications and advertise for bids at an estimated construction  
contract amount between $900,000 and $1,400,000 for the Project, with funding  
included in the First Supervisorial District's Transportation Improvement  
Program in the Measure M Local Return Fund Fiscal Year 2023-24 Budget; find  
that the proposed Project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality  
Act; and authorize the Director of Public Works, acting as the Road  
Commissioner, to take the following actions: (Department of Public Works)  
ADOPT  
Advertise for bids when ready to advertise the Project;  
Open and examine bids received at a public meeting called by the  
Director, and determine whether the bid of the apparent responsible  
contractor with the lowest apparent responsive bid is, in fact, responsive  
and, if not responsive, determine which apparent responsible contractor  
submitted the lowest responsive bid;  
Award and execute a construction contract for the Project with the  
responsible contractor with the lowest responsive bid within or less than  
the estimated amount range or that exceeds the estimated amount range  
by no more than 15% if additional funds have been identified; and  
Extend the date and time for the receipt of bids, allow substitution of  
subcontractors and relief of bidders, approve and execute change orders  
within the same monetary limits delegated to the Director, accept the  
Project upon its final completion, and release retention money withheld.  
(24-1377)  
Attachments:  
Consumer Affairs Office Refurbishment Project Construction Contract  
39.  
Recommendation: Approve the proposed Consumer Affairs Office  
Refurbishment Project, Capital Project (CP) No. 8A010 (1), with a total project  
budget of $3,943,000, funded with $1,173,000 of Net County Cost (NCC) and  
$2,770,000 of NCC derived from the Department of Consumer and Business  
Affairs (DCBA) prior years savings; approve an appropriation adjustment to  
transfer $1,997,000 from the completed Consumer Affairs Office Renovations  
Project, CP No. 87257, and $100,000 from DCBA’s operating budget to CP No.  
8A010, to fully fund the proposed project; authorize the Director of Public  
Works to deliver the proposed project using a Board-approved Job Order  
Contract; and find that the proposed project is exempt from the California  
Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) APPROVE  
(24-1401)  
Attachments:  
Early Action Implementation for Los Angeles County Urban Forest  
Management Plan Grant Funding  
40.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Works to accept grant funds  
up to $8,000,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture's Urban and  
Community Forestry Program for the Early Action Implementation for Los  
Angeles County Urban Forest Management Plan to address the urban tree  
canopy deficit within disadvantaged communities in the unincorporated County  
(1, 2, 4 and 5), file and execute any necessary applications, contracts,  
certifications and assurances, agreements, reports, and amendments, including  
extensions of time to complete the project or program, minor changes in project  
scope, and alterations in the grant amount, or any other required documents  
with the United States Department of Agriculture on behalf of the County related  
to the grant, and sign and submit requests for payment from the United States  
Department of Agriculture; and find that the proposed actions are not a project  
under the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works)  
APPROVE (24-1423)  
Attachments:  
Resolution of Summary Vacation in the Unincorporated Community of  
San Jose Hills  
41.  
Recommendation: Find that the portion of the easements for sanitary sewer  
purposes north of Valley Boulevard between Alderton Avenue and Giano  
Avenue in the unincorporated community of San Jose Hills (1), is no longer  
required for public use and can be vacated pursuant to the California Health  
and Safety Code, and the portion of the easements for sanitary sewer purposes  
north of Valley Boulevard between Alderton Avenue and Giano Avenue is  
determined to be excess by the easement holder and there are no public  
facilities located within the easements, pursuant to the California Streets and  
Highways Code; adopt a Resolution of Summary Vacation of a Portion of  
Sanitary Sewer Easements north of Valley Boulevard between Alderton Avenue  
and Giano Avenue; upon approval, authorize the Director of Public Works to  
record the certified original resolution with the Registrar-Recorder/County  
Clerk; and find that the proposed project is exempt from the California  
Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works) ADOPT (24-1384)  
Attachments:  
Annexation and Levying of Assessments for County Lighting Districts in  
the Unincorporated Area of Hacienda Heights  
42.  
Recommendation: Adopt a resolution of intention to Annex Approved Tentative  
Subdivision Territory to County Lighting Maintenance District 1687 and County  
Lighting District Landscaping and Lighting Act-1 (CLD LLA-1), Unincorporated  
Zone, located in the unincorporated area of Hacienda Heights (1), and order  
the levying of assessments within the annexed territory for Fiscal Year (FY)  
2025-26; advertise and set June 11, 2024 at 9:30 a.m. for a public hearing  
regarding the proposed annexation of territory and levying of annual  
assessments based on the FY 2023-24 Annual Engineer's Report, which  
establishes assessments based on land use type for all zones within CLD LLA-1  
for street lighting purposes with an annual base assessment rate of $5 for  
single-family residences in the Unincorporated Zone; and find that the proposed  
project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department  
of Public Works) ADOPT (24-1403)  
Attachments:  
Tesoro SoCal Pipeline Company LLC Proprietary Petroleum Pipeline  
Franchise  
43.  
Recommendation: Adopt a resolution of intention to grant a five-year proprietary  
petroleum pipeline franchise to Tesoro SoCal Pipeline Company LLC (2 and 4);  
advertise and set May 14, 2024 at 9:30 a.m. for a public hearing to adopt a  
proposed ordinance to grant a five-year proprietary petroleum pipeline  
franchise to Tesoro SoCal Pipeline Company LLC; and find that the proposed  
project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department  
of Public Works) ADOPT (Relates to Agenda No. 77) (24-1427)  
Attachments:  
County Lighting Districts Levying of Annual Assessments - Fiscal Year  
2024-25  
44.  
Recommendation: Approve and file the Engineer's Report for the proposed  
annual levying of assessments in County Lighting District Landscaping and  
Lighting Act-1 (CLD LLA-1) for street lighting purposes for Fiscal Year (FY)  
2024-25; adopt a resolution of intention to order the levying of assessments in  
CLD LLA-1 for FY 2024-25; advertise and set for May 14, 2024 at 9:30 a.m. for  
a public hearing on the proposed continuation of the FY 2023-24 levying of  
annual assessments in CLD LLA-1 for FY 2024-25 in all zones identified in the  
FY 2024-25 Engineer's Report; and find that the proposed project is exempt  
from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works)  
ADOPT (24-1411)  
Attachments:  
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Replacement Program Construction  
Contract  
45.  
Recommendation: Find that the scope of work to be carried out by the  
proposed change orders are within the scope of the environmental impacts  
analyzed in the previously certified Final Environmental Impact Report and  
subsequent Addenda Nos. 1, 2 and 3 for the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center  
Campus Master Plan; approve and authorize the Director of Public Works to  
finalize negotiations and execute five change orders with Hensel Phelps  
Construction Company for the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Replacement  
Program (2), for not-to-exceed amounts as detailed below: (Department of  
Public Works) APPROVE  
$1,430,000, to provide five uninterruptible power supply units and  
associated infrastructure at the Imaging and Consolidated Procedure  
Departments in the Inpatient Tower;  
$2,200,000, to provide the infrastructure to increase the quantity of  
Electric Vehicle charging stations from 10% to 25% of all parking spaces  
at Parking Structure A;  
$840,000, to add four spare circuit breakers to the switchgear at the  
Central Utility Plant;  
$2,910,000, to add four feeders from the 12-kilovolt Building to Electrical  
Manholes 11 and 12 and the Central Utility Plant; and  
$4,700,000, to construct an electrical distribution building at the east side  
of campus. (24-1425)  
Attachments:  
Final Map Tract in the Unincorporated Community of Castaic  
46.  
Recommendation: Approve the final map for Tract 52584 in the unincorporated  
community of Castaic (5); accept grants and dedications as indicated on the  
final map for Tract 52584; and find that approval of the final map is exempt from  
the California Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Public Works)  
APPROVE (24-1372)  
Attachments:  
Traffic Regulations in the Unincorporated Communities of East La Mirada  
and South Whittier  
47.  
Recommendation: Adopt and/or rescind traffic regulation orders to support  
traffic safety and enhance traffic flow in the unincorporated communities of  
East La Mirada and South Whittier (4); and find that adopting and/or rescinding  
traffic regulation orders and posting or removing the corresponding regulatory  
and advisory signage are exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act.  
(Department of Public Works) ADOPT (24-1383)  
Attachments:  
Traffic Regulations in the Unincorporated Communities of Altadena,  
Desert View Highlands, and La Crescenta-Montrose  
48.  
Recommendation: Adopt and/or rescind traffic regulation orders to support  
traffic safety, enhance traffic flow, and facilitate passenger loading at a school  
in the unincorporated communities of Altadena, Desert View Highlands, and La  
Crescenta-Montrose (5); and find that adopting and/or rescinding traffic  
regulation orders and posting or removing the corresponding regulatory and  
advisory signage are exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act.  
(Department of Public Works) ADOPT (24-1387)  
Attachments:  
Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Joint Resolution  
49.  
Recommendation: Acting as the Governing Body of the County, the LA County  
Library, the Consolidated Fire Protection District, and the County Waterworks  
District No. 40, Antelope Valley, adopt the Negotiated Property Tax Exchange  
Joint Resolution approving and accepting the negotiated exchange of property  
tax revenue resulting from Annexation 40-159 (4-215), Local Agency Formation  
Commission Designation 2023-05, on behalf of the County, the LA County  
Library, the Consolidated Fire Protection District, and the County Waterworks  
District No. 40, Antelope Valley (5); authorize the Director of Public Works, the  
County Librarian, and the Fire Chief, on behalf of the County, the County  
Waterworks District No. 40, Antelope Valley, the LA County Library, and the  
Consolidated Fire Protection District, to take all actions necessary to effectuate  
the Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Joint Resolution; and find that the  
adoption of the Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Joint Resolution, is either not  
a project, or is exempt, from the California Environmental Quality Act.  
(Department of Public Works) ADOPT (24-1388)  
Attachments:  
Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Joint Resolution  
50.  
Recommendation: Acting as the Governing Body of the County, the LA County  
Library, the Consolidated Fire Protection District, and the County Waterworks  
District No. 40, Antelope Valley, adopt the Negotiated Property Tax Exchange  
Joint Resolutions approving and accepting the negotiated exchange of property  
tax revenue resulting from Annexation 40-160 (4-216), Local Agency Formation  
Commission Designation 2023-09, on behalf of the County, the LA County  
Library, the Consolidated Fire Protection District, and the County Waterworks  
District No. 40, Antelope Valley (5); authorize the Director of Public Works, the  
County Librarian, and the Fire Chief, on behalf of the County, the County  
Waterworks District No. 40, Antelope Valley, the LA County Library, and the  
Consolidated Fire Protection District, to take all actions necessary to effectuate  
the Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Joint Resolution; and find that the  
adoption of the Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Joint Resolution is either not  
a project, or is exempt, from the California Environmental Quality Act.  
(Department of Public Works) ADOPT (24-1393)  
Attachments:  
Public Safety  
Client Case Management System Contract Amendment  
51.  
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Alternate Public Defender to  
execute an amendment to a contract with Publicis Sapient Corporation to  
increase the contract maximum amount by $2,262,500, from $8,743,964.80 to  
$11,006,464.80, using projected expenditure savings in the APD Fiscal Year  
2023-24 Final Adopted Budget, to update the various exhibits to add critical  
features to the Client Case Management System, and update the terms and  
conditions. (Alternate Public Defender) APPROVE (NOTE: The Acting Chief  
Information Officer recommends approval of this item.) (24-1414)  
Attachments:  
Acquisition of Ten Pumper Apparatus and Nine Paramedic Rescue Squad  
Bodies  
52.  
Recommendation: Acting as the Governing Body of the Consolidated Fire  
Protection District (District), approve the District's request and authorize the  
Interim Director of Internal Services, as the County's Purchasing Agent, to  
proceed with the solicitation and acquisition of capital asset items in excess of  
$250,000, which consists of 10 Type 1 Pumpers at an approximate amount of  
$1,089,000 each, and nine Paramedic Rescue Squad Bodies at an  
approximate amount of $147,000 each, for a combined total amount of  
$12,213,000; approve an appropriation adjustment to transfer $2,325,000 from  
the Fire Department - Developer Fee Fund to the Fire Department Vehicle  
Accumulated Capital Outlay Fund (ACO) for the purchase of two Type 1  
Pumpers and one Paramedic Rescue Squad Body, funding for the eight Type 1  
Pumpers and eight Paramedic Rescue Squad Bodies will be funded by the  
District, with sufficient funding available in the District’s Fiscal Year 2023-24  
Vehicle ACO Fund’s Final Adopted Budget; and find that these purchases are  
exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (Fire Department)  
APPROVE 4-VOTES (24-1368)  
Attachments:  
United States Department of Health and Human Services Grant Award  
53.  
Recommendation: Acting as the Governing Body of the Consolidated Fire  
Protection District, authorize the Fire Chief to accept grant award funds from  
the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources  
and Services Administration, in the amount of $201,834, to procure three  
automated chest compression devices (ACCDs) and two advanced cardiac  
monitor/defibrillator devices, to sustain life saving services for the community of  
Pomona; approve an appropriation adjustment in the amount of $202,000 to  
increase the revenue and Capital Assets - Equipment appropriation in the  
Executive Budget Unit; authorize the Fire Chief to execute the grant award  
agreement and all future amendments, extensions, augmentations, and requests  
for reimbursement to meet the conditions of the grant award; and find that the  
acceptance of the award is exempt from the California Environmental Quality  
Act. (Fire Department) APPROVE 4-VOTES (24-1374)  
Attachments:  
Ordinances for Adoption  
County Code, Title 5 - Personnel, and Title 6 - Salaries Amendment  
54.  
Ordinance for adoption amending County Code, Title 5 - Personnel and Title 6 -  
Salaries, amending Section 5.40.190 to add one employee classification  
entitled to receive a flat monthly allowance, amending Section 6.10.105 to  
amend the classifications eligible for the Management Peace Officer Standards  
and Training bonus in the Sheriff’s Department, adding and establishing  
salaries for five employee classifications, and adding, deleting, and/or changing  
certain employee classifications and number of ordinance positions in the  
Departments of Health Services, Military and Veterans Affairs, Public Health,  
and Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. ADOPT (24-1205)  
Attachments:  
County Code, Title 8 - Consumer Protection, Business, and Wage  
Regulations Amendment  
55.  
Ordinance for adoption amending County Code, Title 8 - Consumer Protection,  
Business, and Wage Regulations, by adding Chapter 8.102 - Fair Workweek,  
to provide predictable working hours and related benefits to employees of  
certain retail businesses with more than 300 employees in the unincorporated  
areas of the County of Los Angeles, Chapter 8.102 - Fair Workweek defines  
the retail employees and retail employers subject to the ordinance, establishes  
requirements for employers to provide employees with predictable working  
hours and advance notice and information relating to work schedules, prohibits  
retaliation against employees who exercise rights provided by this ordinance,  
establishes penalties and fines for violations, authorizes the Department of  
Consumer and Business Affairs to enforce the ordinance, including  
authorization to issue subpoenas, and creates a violation appeals process.  
ADOPT (24-1149)  
Attachments:  
County Code, Title 8 - Consumer Protection, Business and Wage  
Regulations Amendment  
56.  
Ordinance for adoption amending County Code, Title 8 - Consumer Protection,  
Business and Wage Regulations, to create the Rental Housing Habitability  
Program, this ordinance centralizes and expands the inspection process that  
enforces State and County habitability requirements, requires routine  
inspections of every Rental Housing Unit within the unincorporated areas of the  
County to take place every four years, in addition to any complaint-based  
inspections, creates the position of County Housing Program Chief with the  
authority to administer and enforce the Rental Housing Habitability Program,  
and develop policies, rules and regulations to aid in enforcement, creates an  
enforcement system that allows for inspections, notices of violations, and orders  
to comply, together with the ability to issue fines, penalties, and other remedies  
to obtain compliance, and provides for a two-level administrative hearing review  
process involving an initial administrative hearing as well as a second level  
appeal. ADOPT (24-0831)  
Attachments:  
County Code, Title 8 - Consumer Protection, Business and Wage  
Regulations Amendment  
57.  
Ordinance for adoption amending County Code, Title 8 - Consumer Protection,  
Business and Wage Regulations to create a Rent Escrow Account Program  
(REAP), that provides an additional method to obtain compliance when a Rental  
Housing Property or Unit is out of compliance with habitability standards and  
the Landlord fails to correct any cited conditions or violations in a timely  
manner; creates the position of the County REAP Administrator who is  
responsible for administering REAP, which includes, but is not limited to,  
managing tenant outreach and education, creating an escrow account, and  
maintaining the required accounting documents; and allows a Hearing Officer to  
order rent reductions in line with the severity of the violations as set forth in the  
rent reduction schedule, following the placement of a property into REAP.  
ADOPT (24-1471)  
Attachments:  
Miscellaneous  
Settlement of the Matter Entitled, Dianne Lugardo v. County of Los  
Angeles, et al.  
58.  
Los Angeles County Contract Cities Liability Trust Fund Claims Board's  
recommendation: Authorize settlement of the matter entitled, Dianne Lugardo v.  
County of Los Angeles, et al., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No.  
20STCV15283 in the amount of $4,700,000 and instruct the Auditor-Controller  
to draw a warrant to implement this settlement from the Sheriff's Department  
Contract Cities Trust Fund's budget.  
This lawsuit concerns allegations o