AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS  
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA  
TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 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  
Executive Officer  
Edward Yen  
AGENDA POSTED: June 18, 2024  
MEETING TELEVISED: Thursday, June 27, 2024 at 11:00 p.m. KLCS  
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Invocation led by Pastor Jeremy Mayol, Lead Pastor of The Highlands, Palmdale (5).  
Pledge of Allegiance led by Danielle Romero, Former Army Specialist, Montebello (1).  
I. CONSENT CALENDAR  
All matters are approved by one motion unless held.  
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1 - 28  
1.  
Appointments to Commissions/Committees/Special Districts  
Recommendations for appointment/reappointment or removal for  
Commissions/Committees/Special Districts (+ denotes reappointments):  
Documents on file in the Executive Office.  
Supervisor Hilda L. Solis  
Teresa Dreyfuss+, Quality and Productivity Commission  
Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell  
Lee Wax+, Fish and Wildlife Commission, also waive limitation of  
length of service requirement pursuant to County Code Section  
3.26.030C  
Stanley L. Johnson, Jr.+, Los Angeles County Board of Education  
Ma. Pilar D. Chayachinda, West Carson Public Financing Authority  
Supervisor Lindsey P. Horvath  
Stephen J. Sass+, Los Angeles County Historical Landmarks and  
Records Commission  
Supervisor Janice Hahn  
Dolores Irene Nason+, Access Services Incorporated  
Naomi Rainey-Pierson+, Board of Governors, Department of  
Museum of Natural History  
Jesse Enriquez, Los Angeles Harbor Area Cemetery District  
Supervisor Kathryn Barger  
Amanda Hernandez+, Los Angeles County Youth Commission  
Commission on HIV  
Dahlia Ale-Ferlito, Erika Davies+, William David Hardy, M.D.  
(Alternate)+, Commission on HIV  
William D. King, M.D.+, Commission on HIV, also waive limitation of  
length of service requirement pursuant to County Code Section  
3.29.050C (24-0102)  
Attachments:  
2.  
Understanding and Addressing Origin and Obstacles: Ending  
Intergenerational Homelessness and Housing Insecurity,  
Incarceration, and Systems Involvement and Ensuring Generational  
and Life-Long Success for Transition Age Youth  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Horvath: Direct  
the Los Angeles County Children’s System of Care, the Prevention and  
Promotion Systems Governing Committee, and the Director of Children and  
Family Services, to report back to the Board in writing in 180 days, in  
collaboration with the Directors of Public Social Services and Mental Health,  
the Chief Probation Officer, and other relevant Department Heads and  
stakeholders, such as the Executive Director of the Youth Commission,  
including young people with lived experience, that support Transitional Age  
Youth (TAY) in the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), on  
a comprehensive approach for the coordination of resources, opportunities,  
and care for TAY that will prevent negative outcomes and promote their  
success and ability to thrive in life, including addressing permanency for  
system-impacted children and youth, where the approach should:  
Prioritize prevention, permanency, and center around at-risk and  
systems-impacted DCFS TAY;  
Facilitate and sustain strategic alignment among County and  
non-County partners to ensure quality service delivery and support;  
Identify systems-level barriers and gaps, mission and scope drift, and  
opportunities for reduction of duplication, redundancy, and  
competition;  
Build on existing, promising efforts to meet the needs of DCFS TAY  
more comprehensively;  
Include robust and consistent assessments for the creation of tailored  
success planning and comprehensive and frequent independent  
evaluations and audits of the DCFS TAY-oriented services,  
programs, and service providers including, but not limited to, services  
that promote stable housing, educational achievement, workforce  
development, life skills training, health and behavioral health  
supports, and mentoring, to ensure efficacy; and  
Outreach successes and opportunities for improvement, including  
review of language inclusivity and cultural competency;  
Instruct the Director of Children and Family Services, in partnership with the  
Chief Executive Officer, and any other relevant partners, to report back to  
the Board in writing in 120 days with a detailed description of the planned  
specialized TAY section within DCFS, including the following:  
Proposed organizational structure, roles and responsibilities, and a  
proposed staffing plan;  
Opportunities for collaboration and partnership between the TAY  
section, existing DCFS programs and units, and County partner  
Departments in the provision of services to TAY; and  
Creating a dynamic, public database, in consultation and partnership  
with the Acting Chief Information Officer, that shows, at minimum, the  
number of TAY in County care, the demographic breakdown of TAY,  
including sexual orientation, gender identification, the number of TAY  
who have a history of homelessness and housing insecurity,  
incarceration and correctional supervision, and child welfare, and the  
number and type of services TAY is receiving. (24-2472)  
Attachments:  
3.  
Preserving Military History: Bob Hope Patriotic Hall National Register  
of Historic Places and County Landmark Nominations  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Horvath: Instruct  
the Director of Military and Veterans Affairs to nominate Bob Hope Patriotic  
Hall, located at 1816 South Figueroa Street in the City of Los Angeles, for  
listing on the National Register of Historic Places; and adopt a resolution  
nominating Bob Hope Patriotic Hall as a Los Angeles County Historic  
Landmark, effective October 1, 2024, to allow for the use of information  
from the National Register of Historic Places designation process to inform  
the County landmarking process. (24-2482)  
Attachments:  
4.  
Dignity and Health for People who are Incarcerated: Ensuring  
Accessibility to Menstrual Products in the Los Angeles County Jails,  
Probation Detention Facilities, Patrol Lockups, and Court Holding  
Tanks  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Hahn: Request  
the Sheriff and instruct the Inspector General, Sybil Brand Commission  
(SBC), and the Executive Director of the Sheriff Civilian Oversight  
Commission to:  
Review existing Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD)  
policies to ensure compliance and alignment with Assembly Bill (AB)  
732 (2020) (Bonta), the Reproductive Dignity for Incarcerated People  
Act, availability and accessibility of menstrual products, security  
search concerns, ensuring all barriers to the products are removed,  
including asking staff for products, and, in collaboration with the  
Director of Correction Health Services, Department of Health  
Services, develop a policy that would ensure accessibility and  
availability of menstrual products for people with mental health  
needs;  
Ensure all staff are following AB 732 (2020) and custody  
management and leadership are making sure policies related to the  
availability and accessibility of menstrual products are followed,  
through training and oversight;  
Request the Sheriff to provide the Inspector General, SBC, and the  
Executive Director of the Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission, with  
a report back in writing in 60 days on the above;  
Instruct the Inspector General, SBC, and the Executive Director of  
the Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission, to review the Sheriff’s  
report, and report back to the Board in writing in 60 days with  
recommendations, including areas of improvement;  
Request the Sheriff and instruct the Inspector General, SBC, and the  
Executive Director of the Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission, to  
provide presentations on the report back at the Sheriff Civilian  
Oversight Commission and Sybil Brand Commission meetings,  
following each of the reports requested above; and  
Instruct the Inspector General to include status on the availability and  
accessibility of menstrual products and any relevant updates, in its  
quarterly report to the Board, until further notice;  
Instruct the Chief Probation Officer, the Inspector General, and the  
Executive Director of the Probation Oversight Commission to:  
Review existing Probation Department policies to ensure compliance  
and alignment with AB 732 (2020), availability and accessibility of  
menstrual products; security search concerns, and ensuring all  
barriers to the products are removed, including asking staff for  
products;  
Ensure all staff are following AB 732 (2020) and custody  
management and leadership are making sure policies related to the  
availability and accessibility of menstrual products are followed,  
through training and oversight;  
Instruct the Chief Probation Officer to provide the Inspector General  
and the Executive Director of the Probation Oversight Commission,  
with a report back in writing in 60 days, on the above;  
Instruct the Inspector General and the Executive Director of the  
Probation Oversight Commission to review the Chief Probation  
Officer’s report and report back to the Board in writing in 60 days,  
with recommendations, including areas of improvement;  
Instruct the Chief Probation Officer, the Inspector General, and the  
Executive Director of the Probation Oversight Commission to provide  
presentations on the report at the Probation Oversight Commission,  
following each of the reports directed above; and  
Instruct the Inspector General to include status on the availability and  
accessibility of menstrual products and any relevant updates, in its  
quarterly report to the Board, until further notice;  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, in collaboration with the Sheriff and the  
Chief Probation Officer, to identify a funding plan to make menstrual  
products, including tampons, free to incarcerated youth and adults, and  
report back to the Board in writing during the Supplemental Budget Phase;  
and  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and  
Intergovernmental Relations Branch, to send a five-signature letter to  
support AB 1810 (Bryan), legislation that would require the person [who is  
incarcerated] to have ready access to menstrual products without having to  
ask [custody staff], and other similar measures that would expand access  
and increase accessibility to menstrual care and products for incarcerated  
people. (24-2478)  
Attachments:  
5.  
Financial Literacy for Youth in Los Angeles County Care and  
Accountability of Los Angeles County Probation Department’s  
Unclaimed Juvenile Funds and Property  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Hahn: Instruct the  
Chief Probation Officer and the Executive Director of the Probation  
Oversight Commission, with support from the Chief Executive Officer, to  
develop an outreach plan to identify and return the current, unclaimed funds  
and property, in 180 days, to the appropriate youth and family, provide the  
Board with an implementation plan, in collaboration with formerly  
incarcerated youth, on how unclaimed juvenile funds and property, after  
numerous and reasonable attempts to contact the youth, should be  
processed or utilized, as legally allowed, and develop a comprehensive,  
consistent, and clear process and policy, in which funds and property taken  
from youth upon intake, are immediately provided to them upon release,  
including review of providing the funds in either the original form, an  
electronic form, or one that is applicable to the youth’s financial status; and  
take the following actions:  
Instruct the Chief Probation Officer and the Executive Director of the  
Probation Oversight Commission to report back to the Board monthly  
in writing, with a status on the unclaimed funds and property and  
provide verbal updates at the Probation Oversight Commission  
meetings until all means have been exhausted or funds and property  
have been returned;  
Instruct the Chief Probation Officer, the Directors of Children and  
Family Services, Youth Development, and Public Social Services, the  
Executive Director of the Youth Commission, and any relevant  
Department Heads that provide services or interface with youth, with  
support from the Auditor-Controller, to report back to the Board in  
writing in 90 days with a comprehensive implementation and  
outreach plan on the following:  
Providing financial literacy classes, programs, and services to  
youth in the care of, or interface with, County Departments,  
such as the Probation Department and Department of Youth  
Development; and  
Expanding the current partnership with SCE Credit Union and  
finding other opportunities with banking institutions to allow  
youth in the care of the County to open their own bank  
accounts with limited or no barriers; and  
Instruct the Chief Probation Officer to provide monthly verbal  
updates, until notice, to the Probation Oversight Commission at their  
public meetings on the status of bringing in a financial literacy  
program and ability for youth incarcerated in the Probation camps  
and halls to open their own banking accounts and providing other  
financial tools. (24-2480)  
Attachments:  
6.  
Authorize the Director of Parks and Recreation to Take the Necessary  
and Appropriate Actions to Reopen and Operate the Whittier Narrows  
Recreation Area Bicycle Moto-Cross (BMX) Facility  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Authorize the Director  
of Parks and Recreation to execute an affiliation and sanction agreement  
with the American Bicycle Association (USA BMX) to offer organized  
Bicycle Moto-Cross (BMX) races and practices sanctioned by USA BMX;  
pursuant to Government Code Section No. 50402, adopt a resolution to  
establish use and service charges for use of the BMX Facility in the  
amounts provided in the resolution; find that the proposed action to develop  
a fee structure is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act  
(CEQA); and find that the proposed action to execute an affiliation and  
sanction agreement is not a project under CEQA. (24-2474)  
Attachments:  
7.  
Addressing Hepatitis C in LA County  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Instruct the Director of  
Public Health to work with the Director of Health Services, and all relevant  
Department Heads to provide Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) testing to patients in  
primary care settings according to current clinical standards, including  
pregnant people, and other individuals at high risk of HCV, require that all  
County clinical care sites performing HCV testing report all cases of HCV to  
the Department of Public Health (DPH), work with other health systems,  
health plans, and organizations, particularly those working with individuals  
at higher risk, to coordinate HCV screening and linkage to treatment,  
coordinate treatment of HCV among relevant County Departments and  
facilities through improved data exchange upon entering and exiting  
services including, but not limited to, housing, substance use disorder  
treatment, and jails, and report back to the Board in writing in 60 days on  
the outcomes; and direct the Chief Executive Officer and the relevant  
Department Heads, to assess feasibility of increasing positions in DPH that  
can coordinate with health systems, and provide data system management  
of the HCV registry, work with the Department of Health Services’  
Correctional Health Services to develop refined cost estimates for testing  
and treatment of HCV, and determine the feasibility of providing full funding  
to do so, and report back to the Board in writing in 60 days on the  
outcomes. (24-2473)  
Attachments:  
8.  
Gloria Molina Grand Park + The Music Center’s 4th of July Block Party  
2024 Fee Waiver  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Promote the 4th of July  
Block Party by encouraging all County Departments, including Countywide  
Communications, to include information on social media, newsletters, and  
other communication platforms; and waive the following parking fees,  
excluding the cost of liability insurance, for the Annual 4th of July Block  
Party, hosted by the Gloria Molina Grand Park and The Music Center:  
$6,390 in parking fees for 639 vehicles for the use of Lot 10 on July  
4, 2024 for 24 hours;  
$240 in parking fees for 6 vehicles for the full use of Lot 11A from  
July 3, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. to July 4, 2024 at 11:59 p.m.;  
$0 for 150 vehicles for the partial use of Lot 18 on July 4, 2024 for 24  
hours;  
$2,500 in parking fees for 250 vehicles for the partial use of Lot 16 on  
July 4, 2024 for 24 hours;  
$1,500 in parking fees for 150 vehicles for the partial use of Lot 14 on  
July 4, 2024 for 24 hours; and  
$1,125 in parking fees for 125 vehicles for the use of Lot 26 from July  
4, 2024 for 24 hours. (24-2481)  
Attachments:  
9.  
2024 LAUSD Superintendent’s Opening of Schools Address Fee  
Waiver  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Waive $20,000 in  
parking fees for 1,000 vehicles, excluding the cost of liability insurance, at  
Lot 16, for attendees of the Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified  
School District’s Opening of Schools Address, to be held on July 23, 2024.  
(24-2479)  
Attachments:  
10.  
Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness and Making Strides Against  
Breast Cancer of Los Angeles Event  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Mitchell and Hahn: Proclaim  
the month of October 2024 as “Breast Cancer Awareness Month” to  
encourage prevention and early detection of breast cancer, as well as  
support for breast cancer patients and survivors; and take the following  
actions:  
Instruct County Departments to support the Making Strides Against  
Breast Cancer Los Angeles event to be held on Saturday, October  
19, 2024, by registering to participate in support of fundraising  
efforts;  
Instruct the Directors of Public Health and Mental Health to promote  
the event on social media and develop easy-to-understand graphics  
and guidance on preventive screenings, noting the change in  
screening guidelines to increase mammography uptake among  
younger women;  
Instruct the Director of Mental Health to share and highlight online  
tools, such as the American Cancer Society’s “Reach to Recovery”  
website and app to provide mental health support to women  
diagnosed with breast cancer;  
Instruct the County Department Public Information Officers to  
promote and distribute materials related to the Making Strides  
Against Breast Cancer Los Angeles event; promote the American  
Cancer Society’s “I Love You Get Screened” campaign to improve  
screening for all communities; and promote the American Cancer  
Society’s 24/7 Cancer Helpline, at 1-800-227-2345; and  
Instruct all County Departments’ Wellness Coordinators to promote  
the 2024 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Los Angeles event  
and encourage colleagues to participate in support of the event.  
(24-2461)  
Attachments:  
11.  
Improving Efficiencies and Lowering Costs for Smaller Health-Related  
Capital Projects  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Direct the Chief  
Executive Officer, through the Capital Programs Division, in collaboration  
with the Directors of Public Works, Internal Services, and Health Services,  
and County Counsel, to report back to the Board in writing within 90 days  
on the feasibility of delegating Job Order Contract (JOC) authority to the  
Director of Health Services, and identifying the additional staffing that would  
be needed for the Department of Health Services (DHS) to procure,  
implement and manage a JOC Program of at least $25,000,000 annually in  
a way that would, over time, realize ongoing net savings and efficiencies for  
the County; and take the following actions:  
Instruct the Director of Health Services to report back to the Board in  
writing within 90 days, with an analysis of the utilization and  
productivity of their current construction trade team in order to identify  
existing labor efficiencies;  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and  
Intergovernmental Relations Branch, in coordination with County  
Counsel, as needed, to advocate in support of proposals that would  
amend and increase the monetary limits set forth in the Public  
Contract Code applicable to alteration and repair work on  
health-related and other construction to, at minimum, fully account for  
inflation, since the code was initially put into effect; and advocate in  
support of amending applicable laws and authorities including, but  
not limited to, the Public Contract Code and other statutes,  
regulations, and County policies, related to delivery of clinical  
equipment-type projects, including potentially through purchase  
orders, whose total project cost is less than $2,000,000, including the  
design, procurement of both equipment and services, installation of  
the equipment, and performance of related construction activities;  
Instruct the Director of Health Services to report back to the Board in  
writing within 90 days on how DHS would ensure that any expanded  
authority, as set forth in the directives above, would be used in a way  
that promotes equity goals in County contracting, especially with  
smaller businesses and in furtherance of local economic growth, and  
how capital cost savings would be invested to further promote equity  
goals;  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, in coordination with the Directors  
of Public Works and Internal Services, to report back to the Board in  
writing within 120 days with an evaluation of the commissioning  
process including, but not limited to, the current process for  
establishing and verifying client Departments’ needs throughout  
construction, and in preparation for commissioning;  
recommendations to update procedures to ensure a building or  
equipment is functioning as intended according to design criteria and  
that a project’s requirements are met before the building or  
equipment is turned over to another Department for completion,  
delivery or operationalization; and recommendations for improving  
the commissioning process; and  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, in coordination with the Directors  
of Public Works and Internal Services, to report back to the Board in  
writing within 120 days with a comparative analysis of the cost  
efficiency, based on metrics to include, but not be limited to, cost per  
square foot, of County capital projects delivered by the Department of  
Public Works or Internal Services Department, that compares costs  
to external public sector and private sector capital projects, including  
breaking out soft costs, analyzes both health-related County capital  
projects and other County capital projects, and takes into account  
both the size/nature of the capital project and the size/capability of  
the client Department. (24-2485)  
Attachments:  
12.  
Celebrating “Fatherhood Well-Being Month” in Los Angeles County  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Celebrate June  
2024 as “Fatherhood Well-Being Month” throughout Los Angeles County;  
direct the Chief Executive Officer, the Directors of Public Social Services,  
Child Support Services, Children and Family Services, Mental Health,  
Public Health, Economic Opportunity and Youth Development, the  
Executive Director of Racial Equity, the Chief Probation Officer and the  
Public Defender, to promote father well-being resources and outreach  
events and activities through targeted outreach to underserved populations,  
public messaging efforts and social media, and add fathers as a  
subpopulation to each of the County’s prevention and promotion initiative’s  
focus areas and that focus area subcommittees work to further guide the  
implementation of the County’s recommendations and explore options to  
ensure that fathers have efficient access to accurate information and  
essential resources needed, as recommended in the Chief Executive  
Officer’s March 6, 2024 Workgroup Report; and take the following actions:  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, in collaboration with the Directors  
of Public Social Services, Children and Family Services, Mental  
Health, Public Health and Child Support Services, and the Chief  
Probation Officer, to report back to the Board in writing in 90 days on  
steps that the Departments have taken to adopt and implement the  
recommended changes from the Workgroup Report, prioritizing those  
that are cost neutral (e.g. hosting “brown bag” lunches with judges to  
address bias and racial equity, including disproportionality and  
ongoing disparities);  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer to work with the Departments listed  
above, including the Chief Executive Officer’s Anti-Racism, Diversity,  
& Inclusion Initiative and the Center for Strategic Partnerships, to  
identify resources needed to carry out the directives, and report back  
to the Board in writing in 30 days; and  
Instruct the Director of Public Health to work with individuals with  
lived experience to design education and awareness efforts that are  
dad-affirming and incorporate common health issues affecting men,  
with services and partnerships to include the following:  
Free health screenings for men, including blood pressure,  
cholesterol, blood glucose, and prostate exams;  
Collaboration with community-based organizations for care  
coordination to connect men with healthcare providers and  
resources in the community;  
A public health awareness campaign focused on men’s health  
and well-being; and  
Creation of a toolkit for fathers to support them in supporting  
their own and their family’s health. (24-2467)  
Attachments:  
13.  
Report on Conditions at Men’s Central Jail, Reaffirm the County’s  
Commitment to Care, and Respond to Support Those in Our Care  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Solis: Request  
the Sheriff to report back to the Board in writing in 30 days, with a detailed  
description of the following:  
Systemic or strategic changes the Sheriff’s Department is  
implementing to ensure appropriate care for those in segregated  
housing, serving discipline for misconduct, and other specialized  
populations where individuals may be at higher risk for self-injurious  
behavior or other crisis-type incidents;  
Actions taken to support staff in their commitment to respond to crisis  
situations, including responding to, addressing, and understanding  
signs of suicidal ideations and other medical crisis situations; and  
The Sheriff’s Department’s evaluation of opportunities to address  
ongoing challenges to providing better care for those in custody,  
while simultaneously providing staff with sufficient resources, and  
collaboration from other Departments, to appropriately respond to the  
wide array of crisis situations confronted in custody on a regular  
basis; and  
Instruct the Sybil Brand Commission, the Executive Director of the Sheriff  
Civilian Oversight Commission, the Jail Closure Implementation Team, the  
Chief DOJ Compliance Officer, the Director of Correctional Health Services,  
Department of Health Services, the Director of Justice, Care and  
Opportunities, and any other relevant Department Heads, and request the  
Sheriff, to provide a verbal report back to the Board at the July 30, 2024,  
Policy Presentations and Closed Session Board meeting, with the following:  
Ongoing conditions in Men’s Central Jail, including the availability of  
mental health care for crisis needs and regularly scheduled  
treatment;  
The availability of programming for mental health, recreational, and  
other resources designed to improve the mental health care and  
well-being of those in custody at Men’s Central Jail; and  
Efforts underway to expand mental health treatment and improve  
medical crisis responses, including those related to suicidal ideation;  
and  
Request the Sheriff to report back to the Board in writing in 30 days on  
disciplinary consequences to staff for the types of conduct observed by the  
Sybil Brand Commissioners, if confirmed, including watching sexually  
explicit or other non-work-related videos in the workplace, failing to promptly  
and appropriately respond to suicidal ideation, and/or failing to notify a  
supervisor, as appropriate; and report back to the Board in writing in 30  
days and explain its current policies on political, cultural, and other types of  
politicking, promotion, or marketing in work locations, and what the  
Department is doing to ensure staff comply with those policies. (24-2484)  
Attachments:  
14.  
In Recognition of the County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and  
Recreation's 80th Anniversary and the Celebration of the Outdoor  
Children’s Bill of Rights  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Solis:  
Commend the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation  
and its staff for 80 years of public service to the community and continuous  
commitment to providing stewardship of parklands and open spaces, quality  
recreational programs for all to enjoy, and the strengthening of community  
cohesion and connection to the outdoors; adopt a resolution declaring the  
County of Los Angeles Outdoor Children’s Bill of Rights; instruct and  
authorize the Director of Parks and Recreation to offer free programming  
during the month of July as part of the “Let’s Play Outside” campaign; and  
find that the proposed actions are exempt from the California Environmental  
Quality Act. (24-2469)  
Attachments:  
15.  
LA County Resources and Support for Equitable Building  
Decarbonization  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Mitchell:  
Instruct the Director of Internal Services to send a five-signature letter in  
support of the County’s $488,000,000 grant application to the California  
Energy Commission’s Equitable Building Decarbonization Program, before  
the June 28th submission deadline. (24-2471)  
Attachments:  
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Exploring Voluntary Animal Companion Insurance Benefits for Los  
Angeles County Employees  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Direct the Chief  
Executive Officer to work with the Director of Personnel and report back to  
the Board in writing in 60 days on the feasibility and associated costs to add  
animal companion insurance as a voluntary benefit for County employees,  
including options similar to existing governmental programs. (24-2466)  
Attachments:  
Support for Assembly Bill 2115 (Haney): Expanding Access for  
Treatment of Opioid Addiction  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Direct the Chief  
Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental  
Relations Branch, to express support for Assembly Bill 2115 (Haney),  
legislation which will allow clinics to dispense 72 hours of methadone while  
referring a person to a methadone clinic. (24-2465)  
Attachments:  
Support for Assembly Bill 3031 (Lee and Low): Creation of a Statewide  
LGBTQ+ Commission  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Direct the Chief  
Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental  
Relations Branch, to express support for Assembly Bill 3031 (Lee and Low),  
legislation which establishes in State government, the LGBTQ+  
Commission, to advise the State Legislature and the Governor on policy  
matters, fact find and collect data, review and assess programs, and  
provide recommendations that respond to the needs of the LGBTQ+  
community. (24-2486)  
Attachments:  
19.  
Addressing Brokering of Golf Tee Times at County of Los Angeles  
Golf Courses  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Adopt a resolution  
approving the Department of Parks and Recreation’s establishment of a  
new golf tee time non-refundable Reservation Deposit and Cancellation  
Fee, effective August 1, 2024; authorize the Director of Parks and  
Recreation to execute any amendments to golf operation agreements, if  
necessary, to implement the Reservation Deposit and Cancellation Fee and  
allocate revenue generated from the Reservation Deposit and Cancellation  
Fee to fund the County's Junior Golf Program; and find that the proposed  
actions are not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act.  
(24-2487)  
Attachments:  
20.  
One Book, One County Culmination Event Parking Fee Waiver 2024  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Waive the $10 per  
vehicle parking fee for 600 vehicles, for a total amount of $6,000, excluding  
the cost of liability insurance, at the Music Center Garage, for attendees of  
the One Book, One County event, hosted by the LA County Library, to be  
held on July 27, 2024. (24-2459)  
Attachments:  
21.  
Pilot Program to Eliminate Medical Debt in Los Angeles County  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Hahn and Mitchell:  
Authorize the Director of Public Health to enter into a sole source  
agreement with Undue Medical Debt (formerly RIP Medical Debt), in the  
amount of $5,000,000, effective the date of execution through Dec 31,  
2027, to execute a pilot medical debt program targeting the County’s lowest  
income residents; direct the Chief Executive Officer to authorize the  
Director of Public Health to allocate carryover funding from Fiscal Year  
2023-24 for the costs of the proposed medical debt pilot program; and  
authorize the Director of Public Health to take the following actions:  
Execute amendments to the agreement for necessary administrative  
changes, or to increase or decrease the total maximum obligation  
during the term of the agreement, provided sufficient funding is  
available for any such increases;  
Terminate the agreement for contractor’s default, County's  
convenience, or if contractor initiates termination for convenience;  
and  
Evaluate the impact of the medical debt relief pilot and report back to  
the Board in writing within 120 days of completing the debt relief pilot  
on its effectiveness and potential scalability. (24-2468)  
Attachments:  
22.  
Southeast Los Angeles Cultural Center State Funding  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Adopt a resolution with  
the California Department of Parks and Recreation's Office of Grants and  
Local Services, which approves the filing of project application(s) for  
specified grant project(s), certifies that said applicant has or will have  
available, prior to commencement of a project, work utilizing specified grant  
funds, sufficient funds, including those provided by this grant, to complete  
the project, certifies that the applicant has reviewed, understands, and  
agrees to the general provisions contained in the contract as, “Procedural  
Guide,” authorizes the Director of Arts and Culture to conduct all  
negotiations, sign and submit all documents including, but not limited to,  
applications, agreements, amendments, and payment requests, which may  
be necessary for the completion of the project scope(s), and agrees to  
comply with all applicable Federal, State and local laws, ordinances, rules,  
regulations and guidelines; and authorize the Director of Arts and Culture to  
execute the grant contract with the California Department of Parks and  
Recreation's Office of Grants and Local Services, to transfer $5,000,000 for  
the Southeast Los Angeles County arts and culture grant program and  
development of a temporary Southeast Los Angeles Cultural Arts Center.  
(24-2464)  
Attachments:  
23.  
Reestablish the Reward Offer in the Investigation of the Murder of  
Deputy Juan Escalante  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Solis:  
Reestablish the $20,000 reward offered in exchange for information leading  
to the apprehension and conviction of the person or persons responsible for  
the heinous murder of Sheriff's Deputy Juan Escalante, who was fatally  
shot in front of his mother's house in the Cypress Park area, on Saturday,  
August 2, 2008, at approximately 5:40 a.m. (08-1905)  
Attachments:  
24.  
Effectuate the Transfer of the Chief of Protocol  
Executive Officer of the Board’s recommendation: Approve an ordinance for  
introduction to effectuate the transfer of the Chief of Protocol duties and  
responsibilities from the Chief Executive Office to the Board of Supervisors  
Executive Office, and modernize the language in County Code, Title 2 -  
Administration, Chapter 2.36; and authorize the Executive Officer of the  
Board to adopt the Office of Protocol Donation and Expenditure Policy  
Guidelines, similar to the currently existing guidelines, to make  
expenditures from donated funds only, as needed for its hospitality events  
related to the Consular Corps and to foreign dignitary visits. (Relates to  
Agenda No. 98) (24-2444)  
Attachments:  
25.  
Allocation of Reward Funds Relating to Juan Manuel Vidal  
Executive Officer of the Board’s recommendation: Approve the  
recommendation of the Reward Committee to distribute reward funds in the  
amount of $20,000 to be paid from the Board’s discretionary funds to two  
Claimants, in the amount of $10,000 each, who provided information to law  
enforcement that led to the apprehension and conviction of Louie Francisco  
Herrera, who was convicted for the heinous murder of Juan Manuel Vidal.  
(24-2417)  
Attachments:  
26.  
Allocation of Reward Funds Relating to Ricardo Trujillo Ramirez  
Executive Officer of the Board’s recommendation: Approve the  
recommendation of the Reward Committee to distribute reward funds in the  
amount of $20,000 to be paid from the Board’s discretionary funds to the  
individual who provided information to law enforcement that led to the  
apprehension and conviction of a juvenile suspect, who was convicted for  
the heinous murder of Ricardo Trujillo Ramirez. (24-2446)  
Attachments:  
27.  
Conflict of Interest Codes  
Executive Officer of the Board’s recommendation: Approve the Conflict of  
Interest Codes for the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District,  
Hacienda La Puente Unified School District, and Hawthorne School District  
to be effective the day following the Board’s approval. (24-2303)  
Attachments:  
28.  
Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes for April 2024  
Executive Officer of the Board's recommendation: Approve minutes for the  
April 2024 meetings of the Board of Supervisors and Special Districts for  
which the Board is the governing body. NOTE: The minutes for the month  
of April 2024 can be found online at: https://lacounty.gov/sop/ (24-2293)  
Attachments:  
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 29 - 97  
Chief Executive Office  
29.  
Bargaining Units Represented by the Union of American Physicians  
and Dentists Memoranda of Understanding  
Recommendation: Approve two successor Memoranda of Understanding  
(MOUs) for a five-year term from October 1, 2022 through September 30,  
2027, for Bargaining Units (BUs) 324 - Physicians and Veterinarians, and  
BU 325 - Mental Health Psychiatrists and Dental Professionals; authorize  
the Chief Executive Officer to execute the two MOUs on behalf of the  
County; and instruct the Auditor-Controller to make all the necessary payroll  
system changes to implement the recommendations. 4-VOTES (24-2426)  
Attachments:  
30.  
Report on the State of Black Los Angeles County  
Report by the Chief Executive Officer on the findings of the State of Black  
Los Angeles County, as requested at the Board meeting of July 21, 2020.  
RECEIVE AND FILE (22-2217)  
Attachments:  
31.  
Department of Mental Health Sublease Agreement  
Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a  
proposed sublease with the Children’s Bureau of Southern California, a  
California nonprofit public benefit corporation (Landlord), for the use of  
approximately 5,644 sq ft of office space, and 18 on-site parking spaces,  
located at 525 West Avenue P-4 in the City of Palmdale (5) (Premises), to  
be occupied by the Department of Mental Health (DMH), for the Antelope  
Valley Kidz Connect program, for a term of ten years, with the estimated  
maximum first-year base rental amount of $163,000, and the estimated total  
proposed sublease amount, including tenant improvements (TIs), of  
$3,098,000 over the ten-year term, with rental costs to be 100% funded by  
State and Federal funds that will be included in DMH’s Operating budget,  
and DMH will not be requesting additional Net County Cost for this action;  
authorize the Chief Executive Officer to reimburse the Landlord up to  
$960,783 for the County’s TI contribution, if paid in lump sum, or  
$1,169,000 if amortized over five years at 8% interest per annum; direct the  
Chief Executive Officer to execute any other ancillary documentation  
necessary to effectuate the terms of the proposed sublease, and to take  
actions necessary and appropriate to implement the proposed sublease,  
including, without limitation, exercising any early termination rights, option  
to extend the lease by an additional three years, and executing a  
Non-disturbance and Attornment Agreement with Children's Bureau  
Palmdale, the prime landlord who leases the Premises to the Landlord; and  
find that the proposed sublease is exempt from the California  
Environmental Quality Act. (24-2302)  
Attachments:  
32.  
Department of Health Services Lease Agreement  
Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a  
proposed lease with ELITE-TRC Alhambra Community LLC, a Delaware  
limited liability company (Landlord), for the use of approximately 22,682 sq  
ft of office space and 68 on-site parking spaces, located at 1000 South  
Fremont Avenue in the City of Alhambra (1) (Premises), to be occupied by  
the Department of Health Services’ (DHS) Health Services Administration,  
with the estimated maximum first-year base rental amount of $722,000, but  
with a three-month rent abatement of $180,322, an additional rent credit of  
$4,000, and parking costs of $61,200, will be approximately $599,000, and  
with the estimated total proposed lease cost, including costs for Tenant  
Improvement (TI) and Low-Voltage Items, of $14,025,000 over the  
nine-year term, with the rental costs to be funded by DHS’ existing  
resources that is already included in DHS’ existing budget, and DHS will not  
be requesting additional Net County Cost for this action; authorize the Chief  
Executive Officer to reimburse the Landlord up to $2,835,250 for the  
County’s TI contribution, paid in lump sum; authorize the Director of Health  
Services to contract with the Director of Internal Services, in coordination  
with the Chief Executive Officer, for the acquisition and installation of  
telephone, data, and low-voltage systems and vendor installation  
(Low-Voltage Items), at a total amount not to exceed $2,926,000, if paid in  
a lump sum or $3,048,000 if amortized over five years at 8% interest per  
annum, the costs for the Low-Voltage Items is in addition to the rental costs  
and the County’s TI contribution payable to the Landlord; authorize the  
Chief Executive Officer to execute any other ancillary documentation  
necessary to effectuate the terms of 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.  
(24-2305)  
Attachments:  
33.  
City of Lakewood Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District  
Recommendation: Adopt a resolution to express the County’s intent to  
participate in the proposed City of Lakewood Enhanced Infrastructure  
Financing District and newly formed Public Financing Authority if the Board  
approves the Infrastructure Financing Plan at a later date; affirm that as a  
potential participating taxing entity, the County will have membership in the  
newly formed Public Financing Authority; and find that the proposed  
resolution is not subject to the provisions of the California Environmental  
Quality Act. (24-2308)  
Attachments:  
34.  
Negotiated Property Tax Exchange Joint Resolution  
Recommendation: Adopt a joint resolution between the Board, as the  
Governing Body of the County, Consolidated Fire Protection District, and  
the County Flood Control District, the City Councils of the City of Monrovia  
and the City of Arcadia (5), the Board of Directors of the County Sanitation  
District No. 15 of the County and the Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal  
Water District, based on the negotiated exchange of property tax revenue  
resulting from proposed Reorganization No. 2023-02, which is the proposed  
detachment and annexation of approximately 0.46± acres of uninhabited  
territory located in the City of Arcadia, at the terminus of El Norte Avenue  
and 10th Avenue, to the City of Monrovia. (24-2310)  
Attachments:  
35.  
Department of Mental Health Lease Amendment  
Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a  
proposed lease amendment with Hong Kong Garden, Inc., a California  
corporation, for the Department of Mental Health's (DMH's) Harbor  
Wellness Center and Tele-Mental Health and Transcranial Magnetic  
Stimulation Hub programs continued use of approximately 10,212 sq ft of  
office and clinic space, and 34 on-site parking spaces, located at 21730  
South Vermont Avenue, Suite 122 and 21732 South Vermont Avenue, Suite  
210 in the City of Torrance (2) (Premises), with the estimated maximum  
first-year base rental amount of $360,000, and the estimated total proposed  
lease amendment amount, including electricity and janitorial costs of  
$4,300,000 over the eight-year term, with the rental costs to be funded by  
Mental Health Services Act and other State and Federal funds that are  
already included in DMH’s existing budget, and DMH will not be requesting  
additional Net County Cost for this action; authorize the Chief Executive  
Officer to execute any other ancillary documentation necessary to  
effectuate the proposed lease amendment, and to take actions necessary  
and appropriate to implement the proposed lease amendment including  
without limitation, exercising any early termination rights; and find that the  
proposed lease amendment is exempt from the California Environmental  
Quality Act. (24-2339)  
Attachments:  
36.  
District Attorney, Internal Services Department, Executive Office of the  
Board of Supervisors Lease Agreement  
Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a  
proposed lease with CTC OFFICE 2 LP, a Delaware limited partnership, for  
the continued use of approximately 20,187 sq ft of office space and 81  
on-site parking spaces, located at 12750 Center Court Drive, Suite 500, in  
the City of Cerritos (4), to be occupied by the District Attorney (DA), Internal  
Services Department (ISD), and Executive Office of the Board (EO-BOS)  
providing support for the County’s Information Systems Advisory Board, the  
estimated maximum first-year base rental amount of $691,000, but with a  
one-month rent abatement of $57,533, will equal approximately $634,000,  
with an the estimated total proposed lease amount, including five months of  
rent abatement, is $3,369,000 over the five-year term, and the rental costs  
to be funded 100% by Net County Cost (NCC) that is already included in  
the DA’s, ISD’s, and EO-BOS’ existing budget, and the DA, ISD, and  
EO-BOS will not be requesting additional NCC for this action; authorize the  
Chief Executive Officer to 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 option to extend and early termination rights; and  
find that the proposed lease is exempt from the California Environmental  
Quality Act. (24-2341)  
Attachments:  
County Operations  
37.  
Los Angeles County General Plan Amendment  
Recommendation: Adopt a resolution adopting the Negative Declaration  
along with the required findings of fact for the Multi-Family Residential  
Parking Ordinance (Ordinance), pursuant to State and local California  
Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and determine the Ordinance  
will not have a significant impact upon the environment; determining the  
General Plan amendments are consistent with the goals and policies of the  
General Plan in the interest of the public health, safety, and general welfare  
and consistent with other applicable provisions of County Code, Title 22 -  
Planning and Zoning; approve Advance Planning Case No.  
RPPL2023004576-(All Districts); certifying the final Program Environmental  
Impact Report (PEIR) for the 2045 Climate Action Plan (2045 CAP),  
Environmental Assessment No. RPPL2019003635-(All Districts), by finding,  
pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15090, the final PEIR has been  
completed in compliance with CEQA, the final PEIR was presented to and  
reviewed and considered by the Board prior to approving the 2045 CAP,  
and the final PEIR reflects the County's independent judgment and  
analysis; adopting the proposed CEQA Findings of Fact prepared pursuant  
to Public Resources Code Sections 21081 and 21081.5, and CEQA  
Guidelines Section15091; adopting the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting  
Program; determining the 2045 CAP's significant and unavoidable impacts  
are outweighed by specific social, economic, legal, technological, or other  
considerations through adopting the proposed Statement of Overriding  
Considerations prepared pursuant to Public Resources Code Section  
21081(b) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15093; adopting Advance Planning  
No.RPPL2019003630-(All Districts), amending the General Plan with the  
updated Air Quality Element and implementation program amendments;  
adopting the 2045 CAP, and determining the Air Quality Element, as  
proposed to be amended, is consistent with and supports the goals and  
policies of the General Plan. (On April 16, 2024, the Board indicated its  
intent to approve the 2045 CAP.) (County Counsel) (Relates to Agenda  
No. 78) (24-0833)  
Attachments:  

38.  
Medical Examiner X-Ray Room Refurbishment Capital Project  
Recommendation: Establish and approve the proposed Medical Examiner  
X-ray Room Refurbishment Project, Capital Project No. 8A050 (Project) (1),  
with a total budget of $758,000; approve an appropriation adjustment to  
transfer $440,000 from the Department of Medical Examiner’s Operating  
Budget and $318,000 from the Extraordinary Maintenance budget, for a  
total combined amount of $758,000, to the Project; authorize the Director of  
Internal Services to deliver the Project using a Board-approved Job Order  
Contract; and find that the proposed Project is exempt from the California  
Environmental Quality Act. (Internal Services Department) APPROVE  
(24-2333)  
Attachments:  
39.  
Voting Solutions for All People 4.0 Software Development and Support  
Services Sole Source Contract  
Recommendation: Authorize the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk to  
execute a sole source contract with Digital Foundry, LLC., for the provision  
of Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) 4.0 software development and  
support services to the VSAP 3.0 Tally System (Tally) Version 3.0.20 and  
VSAP Ballot Layout (VBL) Application Version 2.0.21 to be deployed in all  
County elections starting with the June 2, 2026 Gubernatorial Primary  
election, effective July 1, 2024 through December 31, 2025, for an amount  
of $15,000,000; and authorize the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk to take  
the following actions: (Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk) APPROVE  
(Note: The Acting Chief Information Officer recommends approval of this  
item.)  
Execute future amendments that extend the contract for up to two  
one-year and six month-to-month renewal options, from January 1,  
2026 through June 30, 2028, to comply with any new and unforeseen  
Federal and/or California election laws or regulations that may  
require major enhancements to the VBL and/or Tally, with the  
extension amount over the extension term of $27,315,000, and a total  
maximum contract amount over the term and extensions of  
$42,315,000 (total contract amount);  
Negotiate and execute amendments to make changes to the  
statement of work as operationally necessary, make as-needed  
changes to reflect new California and/or Federal election laws and  
regulations, and make any other necessary changes which do not  
materially alter any term or condition of the contract;  
Increase the total contract amount by no more than 10% for any  
unforeseen circumstances provided; and  
Immediately terminate the contract for convenience, if necessary.  
(24-2335)  
Attachments:  
40.  
Homelessness Services and Affordable Housing Transactions and  
Use Tax Ordinance Initiative Petition  
Recommendation: As certified by the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk on  
June 18, 2024, consider options for the “Homelessness Services and  
Affordable Housing Transactions and Use Tax Ordinance” initiative petition  
to adopt the ordinance without alteration or submit the ordinance without  
alteration to the voters at the next Statewide Election, to be held November  
5, 2024. (Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk) APPROVE (24-2483)  
Attachments:  
41.  
Municipal Advisory Services Master Agreement  
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Treasurer and Tax Collector  
to execute Master Agreements (MAs) for the Municipal Advisory Services  
(MAS) Pool with CSG Advisors, Inc., Public Resources Advisory Group,  
Inc., Fieldman, Rolapp & Associates, Inc., Omnicap Group, LLC., Montague  
DeRose and Associates, LLC., PFM Financial Advisory LLC., and KNN  
Public Finance, LLC., which will collectively comprise the County Pool  
commencing on July 16, 2024, or upon Board approval, whichever is later,  
for a three-year term, with an annual amount not to exceed $500,000,  
adjusted annually as needed under the delegated authority requested  
below; and authorize the Treasurer and Tax Collector to take the following  
actions: (Treasurer and Tax Collector) APPROVE  
Execute additional MAs with additional qualified firms that submit a  
Statement of Qualification (SOQ), which meets all the requirements  
as outlined in the Request for SOQ;  
Execute amendments to the MA to exercise the three one-year  
and/or six month-to-month extension options, and add, delete, and/or  
revise certain terms and conditions as required under Federal or  
State law or regulation, policies of the County and/or Board, which  
are not part of the Statement of Work (SOW);  
Modify the terms that affect the SOW, but do not materially alter the  
MA, as required by the Board;  
Execute amendments increasing the annual MA amount up to an  
additional 10% based on an increase in assignments and/or special  
projects; and  
Execute applicable MA amendments in the event an entity acquires  
the original contracting entity, the original contracting entity merges,  
or otherwise undergoes a corporate action. (24-2425)  
Attachments:  
42.  
Special Tax Levy for Community Facilities Districts  
Recommendation: Adop