AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS  
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA  
TUESDAY, MAY 7, 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: May 2, 2024  
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Invocation led by Pastor Cynthia Buelna, RTLA Church, Los Angeles (2).  
Pledge of Allegiance led by Anthony Taormina, former Staff Sergeant Crew Chief, United States Air  
Force, Panorama City (3).  
II. CONSENT CALENDAR  
All matters are approved by one motion unless held.  
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 2 - 32  
Appointments to Commissions/Committees/Special Districts  
2.  
Recommendations for appointment/reappointment or removal for  
Commissions/Committees/Special Districts (+ denotes reappointments):  
Documents on file in the Executive Office.  
Supervisor Hilda L. Solis  
Daniel S. Andalon, Consumer Affairs Advisory Commission  
Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell  
Alisa Blair, Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council  
Supervisor Lindsey P. Horvath  
Thomas Liu, Los Angeles County Citizens’ Economy and Efficiency  
Commission  
Brad Gluckstein, Los Angeles County Arts Commission  
Martins Aiyetiwa+ and Richard Ludt+, Solid Waste Facilities Hearing Board  
Supervisor Kathryn Barger  
Christine A. Ward+, Antelope Valley Cemetery District  
Renee Berlin, North Los Angeles County Transportation Coalition  
Sylvia Jauregui, Policy Roundtable for Child Care and Development  
California Contract Cities Association  
Alfonso Noyola (Alternate), Contract Cities Liability Trust Fund Claims Board  
Commission on HIV  
Felipe Gonzalez, Matthew Muhonen, Dechelle Richardson and Erica Robinson,  
Commission on HIV (24-0098)  
Attachments:  
3.  
Attachments:  
Promoting Food Equity and Nutrition by Proclaiming May 2024 “CalFresh  
Awareness Month” in Los Angeles County  
4.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Hahn: Proclaim  
May 2024 as “CalFresh Awareness Month” throughout Los Angeles County;  
instruct the Director of Public Social Services to work with appropriate County  
Department Heads and community partners to organize the CalFresh  
Awareness Month Community Kick-off Event and Resource Fair to be held on  
Wednesday, May 8, 2024 at Mar Vista Park; instruct all County Departments to  
promote CalFresh and other effective food and nutrition programs, as well as all  
CalFresh Awareness Month outreach events and activities, through social media  
and other public messaging efforts; encourage County residents who believe  
they may need food assistance to apply for CalFresh at BenefitsCal.com; and  
encourage County residents to donate their time and/or resources to local food  
banks. (24-1702)  
Attachments:  
Defending LA County’s Oak Trees from the Invasive Goldspotted Oak  
Borer  
5.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Barger: Instruct the  
Chief Sustainability Officer, with the assistance of the Fire Chief, Agricultural  
Commissioner/ Director of Weights and Measures, Directors of Regional  
Planning and Office of Emergency Management, Chief Executive Office, and  
other relevant County Department Heads and external partners to immediately  
explore the possibility of declaring a local or State emergency related to the risk  
of the spread of Goldspotted Oak Borer (GSOB) in the County and to the Santa  
Monica Mountains; explore funding options to fulfill the staffing need of the Fire  
Department for one Deputy Forester and two Forestry Assistants, including  
through contractor services; explore options for the Department of Agricultural  
Commissioner/Weights and Measures, or other relevant Departments, to assist  
with the monitoring, treatments and reforestation efforts required to respond to  
and mitigate the spread of GSOB; collaborate with CALFIRE on funding  
opportunities to meet needs related to GSOB, including staffing, contractor  
needs, technical and data needs, mapping needs, tree removal and treatment  
needs, and reforestation; and  
Instruct the Chief Sustainability Officer, with the assistance of the Fire Chief,  
the Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights and Measures, Director of  
Regional Planning, County Counsel, and other relevant County Department  
Heads to report back to the Board in writing within 180 days on the following  
next steps:  
Develop recommendations for an ordinance to regulate the movement of  
firewood to prevent the spread of invasive tree pests, including identifying  
associated education and engagement needs; and  
Develop recommendations for reforestation following invasive pest  
infestations, including potential funding opportunities. (24-1713)  
Attachments:  
6.  
Attachments:  
Cultural Sector Convenings in Preparation for the 2028 Olympic and  
Paralympic Games  
7.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Instruct the Director of  
Arts and Culture to report back to the Board in writing within 45 days on the  
result of the solicitation selected consultant, and summary of the proposed  
plans; and report back to the Board in writing within 60 days from the last  
convening, which concludes at the end of 2024, on key findings and  
recommendations on ways the County can support arts and cultural  
stakeholders in the Cultural Olympiad planning and preparation for the 2028  
Olympics and Paralympic Games in general. (24-1699)  
Attachments:  
Abortion Safe Haven for Arizona Residents  
8.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Instruct the Director of  
Health Services, in consultation with County Counsel, to report back to the  
Board in writing in 30 days on the feasibility of integrating Arizona pre-qualified  
Physicians to the abortion access line (877-CARE121) workflows for  
medication management services; instruct the Director of Health Services to  
report back to the Board in writing in 180 days on a plan to increase capacity  
for procedural abortions in the Department of Health Services and identify  
funding and resource needs; instruct the Director of Public Health to make the  
Abortion Safe Haven website and the resource guide available to Arizona  
Department of Public Health counterparts, health care providers, reproductive  
justice community-based organizations, and others to ensure that Arizona  
residents can access reproductive health services and accompanying support  
services in the County, amplify State messaging and assist in educating  
Arizona licensed physicians, on the steps that need to be taken to provide  
reproductive health care in the County, and report back to the Board in writing  
in 60 days on the status of the efforts outlined above; and direct the Chief  
Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental  
Relations Branch, to express support for Senate Bill 233 (Skinner and  
Aguiar-Curry), legislation which would temporarily allow licensed Arizona  
doctors in good standing to provide abortion and abortion-related care to  
Arizona patients traveling to California through November 30, 2024. (24-1695)  
Attachments:  
Development of Los Angeles County’s Artificial Intelligence Policy  
Framework  
9.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Instruct the Acting Chief  
Information Officer, in direct consultation with relevant Department Heads, to  
report back to the Board in writing in 90 days with a proposed Artificial  
Intelligence (AI) policy and governance framework as a result of their  
engagement with the Government AI Coalition, which should include the  
following:  
A technology directive to County Departments on the responsible use of  
AI, which includes guidance on data privacy and cyber security;  
Option for a County AI governance framework that would involve relevant  
County Departments and other stakeholders;  
A focus on responsible use of generative AI, mitigation of unintended  
consequences including, but not limited to, bias, privacy breaches,  
security risks, and job displacement;  
An external stakeholder input process to ensure we are leveraging best  
practices and the best minds on this cutting-edge, rapidly changing  
technology; and  
A communication plan beyond the technology directive to ensure both  
technology staff and program staff are aware of the policy framework  
governing the use of AI and the innovations available through an AI use  
case inventory. (24-1692)  
Attachments:  
Amendments to the Safe Clean Water Program Ordinance Regarding  
Frequency of Administrative Reporting and Calls for Infrastructure  
Projects  
10.  
Recommendation as submitted Supervisor Horvath: Approve an ordinance for  
introduction amending the Safe Clean Water Program Ordinance; and find that  
the introduction and adoption of the ordinance is not a project under the  
California Environmental Quality Act. (Relates to Agenda No. 93) (24-1684)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 9, 2024 as “European Union American Friendship Day”  
in Los Angeles County  
11.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Proclaim May 9, 2024 as  
“European Union American Friendship Day” throughout Los Angeles County,  
honoring Europe Day, and encourage residents and community members to  
join in celebration to deepen our bilateral relation, and approve the  
proclamation. (24-1705)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 18, 2024 as “Armed Forces Day” in Los Angeles County  
12.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Proclaim Saturday, May  
18, 2024 as “Armed Forces Day” throughout Los Angeles County, and urge all  
County citizens to participate in patriotic events honoring this day and the men  
and women in uniform it symbolizes. (24-1714)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 23, 2024 as “Take Our Young People to Work Day” in  
Los Angeles County  
13.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Proclaim Thursday, May  
23, 2024 as “Take Our Young People to Work Day” throughout Los Angeles  
County;ꢀꢀinstruct the Director of Personnel to update all County language  
regarding the day to the title “Take Our Young People to Work Day” and  
forward “Take Our Young People to Work Day” organizing kits from the Take  
Our Daughters and Sons to Work Foundation to all Department Heads;request  
all Department Heads to participate by creating “Take Our Young People to  
Work Day” plans for their Departments and staff, should Thursday, May 23rd  
not work due to hybrid office and telework schedules, Departments may select  
an alternative day the week of May 20th to celebrate, plans should be forwarded  
to the Director of Personnel for informational purposes, andencouraging all  
employees to take their relative, foster youth, or mentees, age 9 to 16 years old,  
to work on May 23, 2024, (they do not have to be their daughter, son or  
relative); andauthorize the placement of a notice to all County employees on the  
MyLACounty.gov website regarding the May 23, 2024 “Take Our Young People  
to Work Day.” (24-1709)  
Attachments:  
21st Annual County of Los Angeles Leadership Conference  
14.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Proclaim Thursday,  
June 20, 2024, as “LA County on the World Stage Day” in support of the 21st  
Annual County Leadership Conference; invite members of the Board, Executive  
Office of the Board staff, Quality and Productivity Commissioners, County  
Commissioners, Advisory Board Members, related agencies’ staff, Department  
Directors, County Executives, and Departmental Quality and Productivity  
Managers, to attend the conference on June 20, 2024 at the Music Center;  
waive up to $1,000 in fees, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for use of  
the Grand Hall and Lobby Area of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Thursday,  
June 20, 2024; waive the $20 per vehicle parking fee for approximately 220  
vehicles, for a total amount of $4,400, excluding the cost of liability insurance,  
at the Music Center Garage; and request the Director of Internal Services to  
provide the necessary support services (e.g., transport of conference materials,  
logistics, etc.) for activities related to the conference. (24-1677)  
Attachments:  
ICAN Child Abuse Prevention Month Children’s Poster Art Contest  
Parking Fee Waiver  
15.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Waive the $20 per  
vehicle parking fee for approximately 75 vehicles, in the total amount of $1,500,  
excluding the cost of liability insurance, at the Music Center Garage, for the  
Inter-Agency Council on Child Abuse and Neglect Child Abuse Prevention  
Month Children’s Poster Art Contest reception, to be held on May 16, 2024.  
(24-1697)  
Attachments:  
16.  
Attachments:  
Support for Assembly Bill 2236 (Bauer-Kahan) and Senate Bill 1053  
(Blakespear) to Close the Plastic Bag Loophole  
17.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Direct the Chief Executive  
Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations Branch,  
to support Assembly Bill 2236 (Bauer-Kahan), and Senate Bill 1053  
(Blakespear), legislation which would eliminate the exemption for plastic film  
bags in California’s single-use bag ban. (24-1696)  
Attachments:  
Los Angeles County Schools Data Collection  
18.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Instruct the  
Superintendent of the Los Angeles County Office of Education, to survey all  
school districts in the County, and report back to the Board in six months with  
information voluntarily received from all interested school districts on the issues  
presented to us by the Los Angeles Unified School District at the April 30, 2024  
Board meeting, including homelessness prevention, chronic absenteeism,  
traffic safety measures near schools, foster youth, and LGBTQIA+ youth, and  
other matters as appropriate. (24-1694)  
Attachments:  
Cogswell Dam Inlet - Outlet Works Rehabilitation Project Phase 2  
19.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Award a construction  
contract and authorize the Chief Engineer of the County Flood Control District  
to execute a construction contract to Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. in the  
amount of $7,493,500 for the Cogswell Dam Inlet - Outlet Works Rehabilitation  
Project Phase 2 (Project), and establish the effective date following receipt of  
approved Faithful Performance and Labor and Material Bonds and insurance  
certificates filed by the contractor for this Project; and find that the Project is  
within the scope of a previous exemption from the California Environmental  
Quality Act. (24-1701)  
Attachments:  
Approval of Twenty-Five Year Lease of County-Owned Property Located  
at 1110 West Avenue J., Lancaster to the Los Angeles County  
Development Authority  
20.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Pursuant to Government  
Code Section 26227, find that the services to be provided by the Los Angeles  
County Development Authority (LACDA) are necessary to meet the social  
needs of the County and serve public purposes which benefit the County;  
authorize the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute a lease  
agreement with LACDA for the lease of the County-owned property at 1110  
West Avenue J in Lancaster, for a specific term, execute any other ancillary  
documentation deemed necessary, and take any other action consistent with  
and/or necessary for the implementation of the forgoing actions; and find that  
the proposed lease agreement is exempt from the California Environmental  
Quality Act. (Relates to Agenda No. 1-D) (24-1710)  
Attachments:  
Streamline Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts Entitlement  
Processes to Address the North County Housing Crisis and Development  
Needs  
21.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Acting as the Governing  
Body of the County Waterworks District No. 40, Antelope Valley (District),  
authorize the Director of Public Works, for a period of two years, to negotiate  
and execute developer agreements, within established budgeted amounts in the  
District's Accumulative Capital Outlay funds, for financial participation or  
construction of necessary infrastructure improvements that addresses water  
supply reliability, water quality impacts, infrastructure hardening, and climate  
resilience investments needed to support the continued growth of the region as  
a condition for obtaining water service, which delegation shall extend to the  
initiation of any legal processes for financial participation, as well as to the  
negotiation and execution of other agreements as necessary or convenient to  
achieve the stated purposes and implement such development agreements; find  
that the delegation of authority to the Director to negotiate and execute  
developer agreements on behalf of the Districts, and make necessary findings  
under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), as specified herein, is  
exempt under CEQA; and authorize the Director to take the following actions to  
comply with CEQA for projects, in connection with the exercise of the delegated  
authority to execute developer agreements when one or more of the Districts is  
acting as a responsible agency for the proposed agreements, revisions, or  
amendments described herein:  
Determine whether execution of the proposed developer agreements,  
revisions, or amendments are exempt from CEQA or within the scope of  
a previous finding of exemption;  
Review and consider previously approved environmental impact reports,  
mitigated negative declarations, and negative declarations;  
Determine whether or not a project is within the scope of a previously  
certified environmental impact report and any approved addenda, or  
previously adopted mitigated negative declaration, or negative  
declaration;  
Determine whether or not a project described in an environmental impact  
report, mitigated negative declaration, or negative declaration would have  
a significant effect on the environment;  
Make findings pursuant to the CEQA Guidelines, Section 15091;  
Adopt a mitigation monitoring program pursuant to the CEQA, Sections  
15091 and 15096; and  
File and post notices pursuant to Section 21152 of the Public Resources  
Code. (24-1704)  
Attachments:  
Extend the Reward Offer in the Homicide Investigation of Salvador  
Esparza III  
22.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Extend the $75,000  
reward offered in exchange for information leading to the apprehension and  
conviction of the person or persons responsible for the heinous murder of  
4-year-old Salvador Esparza III, who was fatally shot and found lying on his  
front porch on the 300 block of West Figueroa Drive in the unincorporated area  
of Altadena on July 5, 2016, at approximately 10:40 p.m. (16-3899)  
Attachments:  
Extend the Reward Offer in the Homicide Investigation of Murder Victim  
Michael Moreno  
23.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Extend the $10,000  
reward offered in exchange for information leading to the apprehension and  
conviction of the person or persons responsible for the murder of 35-year-old  
Michael Moreno, who was fatally shot while talking with two of his friends  
outside on the 200 block of South Acacia Street in the City of San Dimas on  
December 23, 2018, at approximately 6:30 p.m. (22-0932)  
Attachments:  
Drumming For Your Life Institute Parking Fee Waiver  
24.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Waive the $20 per  
vehicle parking fee for 200 vehicles, in an amount not to exceed $4,000,  
excluding the cost of liability insurance, for the use of the Music Center Garage,  
for the Drumming For Your Life Institute's event, to be held on May 16, 2024.  
(24-1690)  
Attachments:  
Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic Concert Parking Fee Waiver  
25.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Waive the $10 per  
vehicle parking fee for 210 vehicles, for a total amount not to exceed $2,100,  
excluding the cost of liability insurance, at the Walt Disney Concert Hall parking  
garage, for the Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic and its chorus, Legal  
Voices’ concert, to be held on June 22, 2024. (24-1688)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 13 through 19, 2024 as “Taiwanese American Heritage  
Week”  
26.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Barger: Proclaim May  
13 through 19, 2024 as “Taiwanese American Heritage Week;” and direct the  
Chief Executive Officer, through its County Communications Branch, to  
promote County and County Department events celebrating Taiwanese  
American Heritage. (24-1706)  
Attachments:  
Establish a Reward Offer in the Investigation of the Hit-and-Run Incident  
in the City of South El Monte  
27.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Establish a $5,000 reward  
offered in exchange for information leading to the apprehension and conviction  
of the person or persons responsible for the fatal hit-and-run of Leticia Castro  
Mendoza, that occurred while she was walking along a designated crosswalk at  
the intersection of Chico and Garvey Avenues in the City of South El Monte on  
Saturday, April 27, 2024, at approximately 7:20 a.m. (24-1707)  
Attachments:  
New Economics for Women - Legacy of Family Awards  
28.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Waive $2,500 in parking  
fees for 125 vehicles, excluding the cost of liability insurance, at the Music  
Center Garage, for the New Economics for Women’s Legacy of Family  
Awards, to be held on May 23, 2024. (24-1708)  
Attachments:  
Support for Assembly Bill 3233: Local Environmental Choice and Safety  
Act  
29.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Direct the Chief  
Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental  
Relations Branch, in consultation with County Counsel and relevant County  
Departments, to send a five-signature letter to Assemblymember Dawn Addis,  
with a copy to the County’s State Legislative Delegation, in support of Assembly  
Bill (AB) 3233 (Addis): Local Environmental Choice and Safety Act, legislation  
which would uphold the authority of local governments in passing ordinances  
that protect residents from the detrimental effects of oil and gas pollution; and  
instruct the County’s Legislative Advocates in Sacramento to take the  
appropriate legislative advocacy actions to support AB 3233. (24-1672)  
Attachments:  
Accelerating Vision Zero through the Florence-Firestone for All Project  
30.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Authorize the Director of  
Public Works to file a Notice of Exemption for the proposed Florence-Firestone  
for All: Achieving Vision Zero in South Los Angeles Project (Project), within five  
working days, in accordance with Section 21152 of the California Public  
Resources Code and post the notice to the County’s website; find that the  
proposed Project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act  
(CEQA); and authorize the Director to take the following actions:  
Accept grant funds up to $21,500,000 from the United States Department  
of Transportation (USDOT), or its administering agencies for the Project,  
execute all necessary applications, contracts, certifications and  
assurances, agreements, reports, or any other required USDOT  
documents pertaining to the Project, execute any necessary  
amendments, including time extensions to complete the various  
components of the project, minor changes in Project scope and  
alterations in the grant amount, and sign and submit requests for  
payment from USDOT; and  
Accept grant funds from the USDOT, or its administering agencies, for  
future awards under the Safe Streets and Roads for All discretionary  
grant program, up to $35,000,000 each cycle, to allow for the immediate  
and streamlined implementation of traffic safety projects and programs,  
execute all necessary applications, contracts, certifications and  
assurances, agreements, reports, or any other required USDOT  
documents pertaining to future projects, execute any necessary  
amendments, including time extensions to complete the various  
components of future projects, minor changes in project scope and  
alterations in the grant amount, and sign and submit requests for  
payment from USDOT, provided the Board is given advance notification  
before acceptance of each grant award; and  
Find that delegating authority to the Director of Public Works to accept grant  
funding from Federal agencies and executing all associated documents as  
outlined in Directive 4 is not a project of the CEQA Guidelines, because it  
creates a government funding mechanism that does not involve a commitment to  
a specific project, which may result in a potentially significant physical impact  
on the environment, and is excluded from the definition of a project under  
CEQA; and the Director of Public Works shall take necessary actions to ensure  
that appropriate findings are made under CEQA prior to implementing any  
activity for future projects, which would be considered a project under CEQA.  
(24-1670)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming “World Asthma Day” in the County of Los Angeles  
31.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Proclaim May 7, 2024,  
as “World Asthma Day” throughout Los Angeles County; instruct the Director of  
Public Health, in collaboration with the Directors of Health Services and Youth  
Development, and the Superintendent of the Los Angeles County Office of  
Education, to launch an effort to encourage residents and interested groups to  
observe World Asthma Day on May 7, 2024, with appropriate activities that  
promote the importance of asthma awareness, education, and speaking with  
their primary care provider or child’s pediatrician about asthma management,  
including the proper use of medications; instruct the Director of Public Health,  
in consultation with California Breathing and the Asthma Coalition of Los  
Angeles County, to develop a plan of action for addressing and reducing  
asthma burden in the County, with a focus on communities most disparately  
impacted by asthma as the priority population; and instruct the Director of  
Public Health, in collaboration with the above-named Departments, to report  
back to the Board in writing in 90 days on its progress related to the activities  
above, as well as on available resources to address and reduce asthma burden  
in the County and support the work of coalition partners. (24-1689)  
Attachments:  
Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Foster Youth Resource Fair Fee  
Waiver  
32.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Retroactively waive the  
$1,200 gross receipts fee, which is 15% of the estimated gross receipts, waive  
$640 in facility fees and $800 in parking fees for 100 vehicles, excluding the  
cost of liability insurance, for the Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation’s Foster  
Youth Resource Fair, held on Saturday, May 4, 2024, at Burton Chace Park in  
Marina del Rey. (24-1669)  
Attachments:  
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 33 - 91  
Chief Executive Office  
Negotiated Exchange of Property Tax Revenue Resulting from the  
Annexation of Unincorporated Territory in theCity of Duarte Joint  
Resolution  
33.  
Recommendation: Approve and adopt a joint resolution between the Board and  
the City Council of the City of Duarte (5) based on the negotiated exchange of  
property tax revenue, related to the proposed Annexation No. 2023-07 of  
approximately 19+ acres of inhabited unincorporated territory generally located  
north of Royal Oaks Drive between Braewood Drive and Woodlyn Lane, in the  
unincorporated territory adjacent to the City. (24-1639)  
Attachments:  
Employee Retirement Contribution Rates for Public Employees’ Pension  
Reform Act of 2013 Defined Benefit Plans  
34.  
Recommendation: Adopt the employee retirement contribution rate changes for  
the Los Angeles County Employee Retirement Association defined benefit plans  
established pursuant to the Public Employees’ Pension Reform Act of 2013,  
effective July 1, 2024, for all represented and non-represented employees who  
are members of General Member Plan G or Safety Member Plan C; and instruct  
the Auditor-Controller to make the system changes necessary to implement the  
recommendations. (Relates to Agenda No. 69) (24-1409)  
Attachments:  
Countywide Classification/Compensation Actions  
35.  
Recommendation: Approve an ordinance for introduction amending County  
Code, Title 6 - Salaries, to add one new employee classification for the  
Department of the Board of Supervisors; reclassify 29 positions in the  
Department of Health Services following a Laboratory Support Services  
Reorganization Study, reclassify nine positions in the Chief Executive Office,  
Departments of Health Services, Internal Services, Parks and Recreation, and  
Public Social Services; and extend negotiated bonus increases and degree  
requirements to certain non-represented employees in various Departments.  
(Relates to Agenda No. 92) (24-1640)  
Attachments:  
County Operations  
Benefit Plan Administration and Consulting Services Contract  
36.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Personnel to execute an  
amendment to the contract with Conduent HR Services, LLC (Conduent),  
effective upon execution, through December 31, 2031, with two two-year  
extension options, to increase the amount of the contract by $14,007,397 to  
allow for payment to Conduent for administering the County’s flexible spending  
account for a total contract amount not to exceed $76,481,986 for the term of  
the contract, including the optional extensions, if exercised. (Department of  
Human Resources) APPROVE (24-1630)  
Attachments:  
Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center Boiler and Chillers  
Replacement Project  
37.  
Recommendation: Establish and approve the proposed Rancho Los Amigos  
National Rehabilitation Center Boiler and Chillers Replacement Project, Capital  
Project No. 8A042 (Project) (4), with a total budget of $17,610,000; approve the  
Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24 appropriation adjustment to allocate $435,000 from  
the Department of Health Services' Enterprise Fund-Committed for the  
Department of Health Services to fund the projected FY 2023-24 expenditures  
for the Project; and find that the proposed Project is exempt from the California  
Environmental Quality Act. (Internal Services Department) APPROVE  
4-VOTES (24-1595)  
Attachments:  
Vehicle Fleet Maintenance and Repair Services Contract  
38.  
Recommendation: Approve and instruct the Chair to sign a contract with  
Centerra Integrated Fleet Services, LLC., to provide vehicle fleet maintenance  
and repair services effective June 1, 2024, for a period of three years, with  
three two-year renewal options, and six month-to-month extensions, for a total  
aggregate amount of $39,656,848 for the initial three-year term; authorize the  
Director of Internal Services to exercise the renewal options and  
month-to-month extension options; execute applicable contract amendments  
should the original contracting entity merge, be acquired, or otherwise have a  
change of entity, approve necessary changes to scope of services; increase  
the maximum contract amount up to an additional 10% to allow for any possible  
Cost of Living Adjustments; and make a finding, as required by County Code,  
Section 2.121.420,1 that contracting for the provision of vehicle fleet  
maintenance and repair services, as described herein, can be performed more  
economically by an independent contractor. (Internal Services Department)  
APPROVE (24-1603)  
Attachments:  
Parking Facilities Management Services Sole Source Amendments  
39.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Internal Services to execute sole  
source amendments to extend the contracts with Parking Company of America  
to continue to provide parking facilities management services at 26 County  
owned parking facilities, for six months with six month-to-month extension  
options; and exercise the month-to-month extension options, add and delete  
facilities, execute applicable contract amendments should the original  
contracting entity merge, be acquired, or otherwise have a change of entity,  
and approve necessary changes to scope of services. (Internal Services  
Department) APPROVE (24-1596)  
Attachments:  
Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center Office Remodeling Project  
40.  
Recommendation: Establish and approve the proposed Clara Shortridge Foltz  
Criminal Justice Center Office Remodeling Project, Capital Project No. 8A032  
(1), with a total budget of $1,800,000; authorize the Director of Internal  
Services to deliver the Project using a Board-approved Job Order Contract; and  
find the proposed Project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality  
Act. (Internal Services Department) APPROVE (24-1601)  
Attachments:  
Refund Bonds Issued on Behalf of the County Improvement - Shrode  
Avenue Sewer Project  
41.  
Recommendation: Adopt a resolution of intention to levy reassessments and to  
issue refunding bonds issued on behalf of the County Improvement No. 2659-M  
(Shrode Avenue Sewer Project) (5); and adopt a resolution preliminarily  
approving a reassessment report and advertise and set June 11, 2024 for  
public hearing regarding the reassessment report, the proposed refunding of  
the outstanding bonds, and the proposed reassessments. (Treasurer and Tax  
Collector) ADOPT (24-1592)  
Attachments:  
Family and Social Services  
Elderly Nutrition Program Services Sole Source Subawards  
42.  
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Director of Aging and Disabilities  
to award and execute non-competitive Elderly Nutrition Program (ENP)  
Subawards, with 10 current governmental subrecipients, effective July 1, 2024  
through June 30, 2025 and subsequently execute up to three annual renewal  
options with six month-to-month extension options, for a maximum Subaward  
term of four years and six months for the combined estimated annual amount of  
$4,904,000; allocations to the subrecipients subject to the availability of funding  
and are contingent upon each subrecipient’s performance in meeting the goals  
of ENP, as well as each subrecipient’s adherence to its Subaward terms; and  
authorize the Director of Aging and Disabilities to take the following actions:  
(Aging and Disabilities Department) APPROVE  
Execute amendments with these subrecipients, which serve the best  
interests of the County during the Subaward term, add new, relevant, or  
updated Federal, State, and/or County Subaward terms and conditions  
and increase or decrease the Subaward amounts (including but not  
limited to baseline funds, one-time-only funds, and supplemental monies,  
and/or other new funding sources), which may exceed 10% of the  
Maximum Subaward Amount, in response to the availability of funding  
and/or based on Subrecipient’s performance, provided that the total  
allocation does not exceed available funding;  
Increase or decrease each subrecipient’s unit rates for ENP Subawards  
at the sole discretion of the Director subject to the availability of funding  
and/or subrecipient’s performance; and  
Terminate Subawards with subrecipient upon their request, and those  
that have closed or are in default of their subaward requirement, for  
subrecipient default or for the convenience of the County. (24-1609)  
Attachments:  
Tutoring and Education Support Services Sole Source Contract  
43.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services and  
the Chief Probation Officer, to extend a sole source contract with the Los  
Angeles County Office of Education for the provision of tutoring and education  
support services to children and youth, for up to two years and six months;  
exercise the two one-year and six month extension options beyond November  
30, 2026, if such time is necessary to complete the negotiation of a new  
contract, provided that, sufficient funding is available for the extension; and take  
the following actions: (Department of Children and Family Services)  
APPROVE  
Execute amendments to increase or decrease the maximum annual  
contract amount by up to 10%, if such an amendment is necessary to  
meet change in service demands and the necessary funds are available  
in the budget, and execute amendments to the contract for non-material  
changes; and  
Prepare and execute amendments to the contract for changes affecting  
the statement of work or to any of the terms and conditions included  
under this contract provided that, amendments do not include cost of  
living adjustments; sufficient funding is available for increases, and  
terminate the contract in accordance with the termination provisions,  
including termination for convenience. (24-1635)  
Attachments:  
Affiliation Agreement for Student Fieldwork  
44.  
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Director of Military and Veterans  
Affairs to enter into an Affiliation Agreement with the California State University  
Los Angeles to conduct the fieldwork internship component for credential  
programs, school counseling, school psychology training programs, and other  
similar programs (Programs) for students from the University; approve future  
affiliation agreements involving similar Programs, with other universities,  
including any subsequent amendments, suspensions, or termination if deemed  
necessary; and find that this agreement is exempt from the California  
Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Military and Veterans Affairs)  
APPROVE (24-1594)  
Attachments:  
Job Readiness, Career Planning, and Vocational Assessment Services  
Sole Source Contract  
45.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Social Services to prepare  
and execute a sole source contract with the Los Angeles County Office of  
Education for Job Readiness, Career Planning, and Vocational Assessment  
services, for a two-year period effective from July 1, 2024 or upon execution by  
the Director, whichever is later, through June 30, 2026 with a one-year  
extension option, for a maximum two-year contract amount of $63,555,000, with  
funding included in the Department of Social Services’ Fiscal Year 2024-25  
proposed budget and funding for future years to be included in the  
Department's annual budget requests; and authorize the Director to take the  
following actions: (Department of Public Social Services) APPROVE  
Extend the contract for up to one additional one-year period; prepare  
and execute amendments to the contract for instances which affect the  
scope of work, term, contract amount, payment terms, or any other term  
of condition in this contract, additions and/or changes required by the  
Board changes to be in compliance with applicable County, State and  
Federal regulations, increases or decreases of no more than 10% of the  
original contract amount based on the contractor's performance,  
community needs, and funding availability. (24-1593)  
Attachments:  
Health and Mental Health Services  
Medical Equipment Sole Source Acquisition  
46.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Internal Services, as the County’s  
Purchasing Agent, to proceed with the sole source acquisition of various  
medical equipment for the Department of Health Services’ Harbor-UCLA  
Medical Center (2), with a total estimated cost of $1,664,000. (Health Services  
Department) APPROVE (24-1577)  
Attachments:  
Outpatient Specialty Mental Health Services Contracts  
47.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Mental Health to execute Individual  
and Group Provider Outpatient Specialty Mental Health Services contracts with  
154 providers for the provision of outpatient specialty mental health services,  
effective July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2029, with the option to extend for an  
additional fiscal year, for a total amount of $69,149,932, fully funded by State  
and County General Funds; execute future contracts with other qualified  
individual or group providers through June 30, 2029, who have been  
credentialed by the Department of Mental Health, acting as the Mental Health  
Plan, provided that sufficient funds are available; execute future amendments to  
the contracts to extend the term for one additional fiscal year as needed, revise  
the boilerplate language; modify or replace the existing statement of work,  
increase the rates as required to remain in compliance with State requirements,  
modify/approve waivers for certain liability insurance requirements on a  
case-by-case basis, and/or reflect Federal, State and County regulatory and/or