AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS  
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA  
TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 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: May 30, 2024  
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Invocation led by Pastor Bill White, City Church, Long Beach (4).  
Pledge of Allegiance led by Jeremiah Pitts, former E-3, Seaman, United States Navy, City of Los  
Angeles (5).  
I. CONSENT CALENDAR  
All matters are approved by one motion unless held.  
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1 - 26  
Appointments to Commissions/Committees/Special Districts  
1.  
Recommendations for appointment/reappointment or removal for  
Commissions/Committees/Special Districts (+ denotes reappointments):  
Documents on file in the Executive Office.  
Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell  
Lisa Cleri Reale, Library Commission  
Supervisor Lindsey P. Horvath  
Genevieve Riutort, Commission for Public Social Services  
Robert Boller+ and Kiera Pollock+, Los Angeles County Commission for  
Older Adults  
Janet Burt and Kristy Madden, Personal Assistance Services Council  
Robert Kaplan, Real Estate Management Commission  
Supervisor Janice Hahn  
Dora Jacildo+, Commission for Children and Families  
Sue ElHessen+, Commission for Public Social Services, also waive  
limitation of length of service requirement pursuant to County Code  
Section 3.100.030A  
Dolores Canales+, Los Angeles Probation Oversight Commission  
Catherine Tolentino (Alternate), Los Angeles County Small Business  
Commission  
Steven P. Kreager+, Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee  
Proposition E Special Tax  
Raymond Regalado+ and Joahanna Terrones+, Sybil Brand Commission  
for Institutional Inspections  
Supervisor Kathryn Barger  
Dianne Erskine-Hellrigel+ Watershed Area Steering Committee  
Community - Santa Clara River & Antelope Valley  
Commission on HIV  
Jayshawnda Arrington+, Lilieth Conolly+, Sandra Cuevas+, Mary  
Cummings+, Arburtha Franklin (Alternate), Rita Garcia (Alternate),  
Leon Maultsby+, Andre J. Molette+, Katja Nelson+, LaShonda  
Spencer, M.D.+, Lambert Talley+(Alternate), Jonathan Weedman+,  
and Russell D. Ybarra+, Commission on HIV  
Miguel Alvarez+, Al Ballesteros+, Kevin Donnelly+, Lee M. Kochems+,  
Karl Halfman+, Mario J. Perez+, and Martin Sattah, M.D.+,  
Commission on HIV, also waive limitation of length of service  
requirement pursuant to County Code Section 3.29.050C (24-0101)  
Attachments:  
Ensuring Public Safety Resources in Los Angeles County to Address  
Encounters with Black Bears and Other Wildlife  
2.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Direct the Chief  
Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental  
Relations Branch, to send a five-signature letter to California Department of  
Fish and Wildlife Director Charlton H. Bonham, to advocate for the development  
of a regional approach to human-wildlife encounters that will ensure the public  
safety of those living in Sierra Madre and its adjacent communities, as well as  
the safety of the majestic wildlife neighbors living in the region; augment and  
enhance staffing of human-wildlife conflict specialists who can respond to calls  
for service in a timely manner when human-wildlife encounters occur; and  
ongoing proactive engagement with communities to provide education and  
awareness that is tailored to the unique needs of those living in Sierra Madre  
and other County communities that are impacted by wildlife encounters.  
(24-2140)  
Attachments:  
Los Angeles County’s Acceptance of Grant from the California Health  
Facilities Financing Authority for the Fifth Round of Funding from the  
Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program for Children and  
Youth  
3.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Approve and authorize  
the Director of Mental Health to accept the California Health Facilities Financing  
Authority (CHFFA) grant award in the amount of $3,970,442.53; negotiate, sign,  
and execute a CHFFA grant agreement, and all other necessary documents to  
implement the crisis stabilization units programs, the term of the CHFFA grant  
agreement will be effective upon execution through June 30, 2026; amend the  
CHFFA grant agreement as needed, including extending the term, modifying the  
grant amount, and/or rolling over unspent funds, reflect non-material and/or  
ministerial revisions or other terms and conditions; and terminate the CHFFA  
grant agreement. (24-2129)  
Attachments:  
Extend the Reward Offer in the Investigation of the Murder of Ernesto  
Jimenez  
4.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Barger: Extend the $25,000  
reward offered in exchange for information leading to the apprehension and  
conviction of the person or persons responsible for the heinous murder of  
27-year-old Ernesto Jimenez, who was fatally shot while walking to Villa Park on  
the 200 block of Parke Street in the City of Pasadena on November 13, 2020,  
at approximately 8:00 p.m. (21-1649)  
Attachments:  
Transparency and Accountability: Proper Maintenance and Accounting  
for All Cameras in the Los Angeles County Jails, Court Holding Tanks,  
and Patrol Station Lockups  
5.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Hahn: Request the  
Sheriff, and instruct County Counsel, the Inspector General, and the Executive  
Director of the Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission, to collaboratively draft  
policy related to the maintenance and auditing of cameras in the jails, court  
holding tanks, and station lock ups, and report back to the Board in writing, on  
the agreed policy, timeline to finalize and implement the policy with training, if  
needed, within 120 days. (24-2136)  
Attachments:  
Addressing the Needs of Older Adults in Los Angeles County through  
Comprehensive Outreach  
6.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Hahn: Instruct the  
Director of Public Social Services, in collaboration with the Director of Aging  
and Disabilities, the Executive Director of the Office of Immigrant Affairs, and  
other relevant County Department Heads, to report back to the Board in writing  
in 90 days on all countywide benefits and services available to older adults,  
defined as adults aged 65 and older, in the County, including State benefits or  
services that are run or operated by a County Department, and include, at  
minimum, the following information for each program:  
Description of services and/or benefits, including length of services and  
benefit amount;  
Summary of eligibility criteria, including financial and noncitizenship  
eligibility, and application process for each program;  
Utilization rate for each program, not just how many people are currently  
using the programs but what is the estimated eligible County population  
based on census and other reliable studies and data, if available, if  
utilization rate is not available, also include any current efforts or  
strategies to gather that data or find out how many eligible residents are  
not being served;  
Number of applications and processing time, number of denials and  
reason for denials; and  
Current or past outreach efforts/information campaigns, including  
language inclusive and culturally competent outreach efforts; and  
Develop an outreach plan to increase the utilization of services and benefits  
catered for older adults, with the outreach plan to aim to be as accessible as  
possible and take into consideration the following:  
Language barriers - the information should be available in all 14 threshold  
languages;  
Immigration eligibility and public charge - within immigrant communities,  
there are significant fears and apprehensions over accessing  
much-needed benefits due to lack of accessible information about  
program eligibility, chilling effect of anti-immigrant propaganda and  
xenophobia, and misinformation about which programs could potentially  
affect public charge determinations by immigration agencies, the  
outreach plan, with collaboration of the Executive Director of the Office of  
Immigrant Affairs, needs to consider how to inform and encourage  
eligible noncitizens to apply for benefits, including, by disseminating and  
correcting public charge misinformation, as appropriate and relevant, to  
benefit programs;  
Mobility barriers - outreach may require meeting people where they are,  
especially for individuals whose mobility is impaired, at facilities like  
senior centers, senior residence buildings, nursing homes, community  
events, etc., to ensure that we are reaching the most vulnerable  
residents, with the outreach plan to also include strategies to create more  
accessible ways to enroll for different benefit programs and submit  
required documentation;  
Technological barriers - while technology has allowed for the swift and  
efficient dissemination of digital information, there remains a significant  
number of the population who do not have the skills or the devices to  
properly access information available on the internet; the outreach plan  
needs to take into consideration how to reach individuals via multiple  
means, including non-digital mediums; and  
Stigma - there is significant stigma associated with the use of  
government benefits and services, this is tied to inaccurate portrayals  
and misrepresentations throughout history about the groups who benefit  
from safety net programs; the outreach plan needs to consider, in its  
messaging, framework, and proposed training of frontline/call center  
staff, how to destigmatize and help correct past negative notions  
associated with the use of public benefits; no one should feel shame in  
asking for help. (24-2133)  
Attachments:  
Care with Pride: Affirming and Expanding the Gender Health Program  
7.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Instruct the Directors of  
Health Services, Mental Health, and Children and Family Services, in  
collaboration with the Director of Public Health, to continue to regularly convene  
a care coordination team involving clinical experts from each of the  
Departments that considers active LGBTQ+ patients and clients in need of  
health services offered by involved Departments, and collaborate on a care  
model and ensures coordination and seamless transitions of care and services  
amongst the Departments; and take the following actions:  
Instruct the Directors of Health Services, Mental Health, Children and  
Families Services, Public Health, and Public Social Services, in  
partnership with the LGBTQ+ Commission and community stakeholders,  
to convene in order to consider needed changes to the Departmental  
and/or County policies that will support the advancement of the delivery  
of gender-affirming care and services to County-responsible patients  
with the goal of establishing the Department of Health Services’ Gender  
Health Program as one of the preeminent care providers offering gender  
affirming care, with the task force to report back to the Board bi-annually  
either in writing, or verbally, as part of the Health and Mental Health  
Cluster Agenda Review Meeting;  
Instruct the Executive Director of Racial Equity, to host and curate a  
website with content provided by subject matter experts from the  
Departments of Health Services, Mental Health, Public Health, Children  
and Family Services, Public Social Services, and other relevant  
Departments, where LGBTQ+ residents can access information and  
resources on gender-affirming care, social services, and other programs  
offered by various County Departments, and direct the Chief Executive  
Officer, through the Countywide Communications Office, to foster public  
awareness of the website through their various methods of  
communication; and  
Instruct the Director of Public Health to collaborate with the Directors of  
Health Services, Mental Health, Children and Families Services and  
Public Social Services, to incorporate information regarding the Gender  
Health Program into the Public Health InfoLine. (24-2134)  
Attachments:  
Children and Older Adults Drowning Prevention  
8.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Instruct the Directors of  
Public Health and Aging and Disabilities to facilitate a Countywide public safety  
campaign in multiple languages and utilizing traditional, ethnic, hyperlocal, and  
social media, promoting drowning prevention and water safety, as well as  
County resources; promote County ordinances established in 2021 to cities in  
the County and develop tools to promote its adoption; include a banner on the  
Aging and Disabilities Department webpage including information on drowning  
prevention and water safety, and link to the Department of Public Health’s  
Environmental Health webpage on drowning prevention; and report back to the  
Board in writing in 60 days on the outcomes of this motion, and implementation  
of County ordinances established in 2021. (24-2139)  
Attachments:  
Los Angeles County Arts and Health Week 2024  
9.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Highlight the work of the LA  
Opera, the Department of Arts and Culture, and County Health Departments, by  
declaring the week of June 10, 2024 as “Arts and Health Week” throughout Los  
Angeles County; increase awareness and visibility and catalyze opportunity for  
the continued growth of this work across the social determinants of health  
domains; encourage County Departments and staff to attend the Arts and  
Health Summit and participate in related activities throughout the week, share  
resources with constituents, and promote "Arts and Health Week" to employees  
and on their social media in partnership with the Department of Arts and  
Culture; and waive parking fees in the amount of $6,000 for approximately 300  
vehicles, excluding the cost of liability insurance, at the Music Center Garage  
for individuals attending the Arts and Health Week Summit, to be held on June  
14, 2024. (24-2137)  
Attachments:  
Establishing a Care First Pretrial Agency: Maximizing the Impact of the  
Justice, Care and Opportunities Department  
10.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Instruct the Director of  
Justice, Care and Opportunities to report back to the Board in writing within 60  
days on the Department’s plans and timeline for establishing a Care First  
independent pretrial services agency as a distinct division within the Justice  
Care and Opportunities Department (JCOD) that prioritizes and coordinates  
service delivery with outcomes that are accessible, viable and measurable,  
while continuing to reject the use of JCOD staffing or funding in furtherance of  
functions, such as surveillance and an electronic monitoring program; and take  
the following actions: (Continued from the meeting of 5-21-24)  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer and the Director of Justice, Care and  
Opportunities, to pause the implementation of the Board’s March 1, 2022  
directives to transition the Probation Department’s pretrial functions and  
services to JCOD (Board Order No. 22 of March 1, 2022), and  
corresponding impacts to staff, until the Chief Executive Officer and the  
Chief Probation Officer perform an analysis on the short and long-term  
impact on the Probation Department’s staffing challenges; and  
Instruct the Director of Justice, Care and Opportunities, in coordination  
with the Directors of Health Services, Mental Health and Public Health,  
the District Attorney, the Public Defender, the Alternate Public Defender,  
the Sheriff, the Chief Probation Officer, and the Jail Closure  
Implementation Team, to report back to the Board in writing in 60 days  
on a proposed plan to assemble and coordinate a Permanent Steering  
Committee composed of community stakeholders, including people with  
lived experience, experts in creating pretrial services models based on  
national best practices, former Alternatives to Incarceration workgroup  
voting members, and other representatives from the Public Safety  
Realignment Team, Gender Responsive Advisory Committee, Jail Closure  
Implementation Team, the Men’s Central Jail Closure Workgroup,  
JCOD’s Pretrial Advisory Committee, and the Reentry Health Advisory  
Collaborative, with the purpose of this steering committee to JCOD being  
to develop and drive forward recommendations to ensure the delivery of  
pretrial services are accessible, viable and measurable;  
Instruct the Acting Chief Information Officer to work with the Directors of  
Justice, Care and Opportunities, Health Services, Mental Health, Public Health  
and Economic Opportunities, the Public Defender, the Alternate Public  
Defender, the District Attorney, the Chief Probation Officer, the Sheriff, and  
other relevant Department Heads, and report back to the Board in writing within  
60 days with the available data listed below, as detailed in the motion, and a  
plan to post the data at an aggregate and de-identified level on the Open Data  
Portal and/or the County Pretrial Data Center and include the data in the  
quarterly Pretrial Data Initiative presentations, as follows:  
Electronic Monitoring Program administered in accordance with  
California Penal Code 1203.016 (Probation Department);  
JCOD Support Center (JCOD);  
Prefiling Diversion Program (JCOD);  
Pretrial Services (“PREP 2.0”), broken down by each of the locations at  
which the “PREP 2.0” program operates (JCOD); and  
Rapid Diversion (RPD) (JCOD); and  
Instruct the Director of Justice Care and Opportunities, in coordination with the  
Directors of Health Services, Mental Health, Public Health, and Economic  
Opportunities, the Public Defender, the Alternate Public Defender, the District  
Attorney, the Sheriff, and other relevant Department Heads, to report back to  
the Board annually on how the Department will analyze data to evaluate the  
success of County programs, inform equitable service delivery improvements,  
and set Department priorities. (24-1871)  
Attachments:  
Updating the Rent Stabilization and Tenant Protections Ordinance  
11.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Extend the current 4%  
rental increase cap in the unincorporated County through December 31, 2024;  
instruct County Counsel, in consultation with the Director of Consumer and  
Business Affairs, to return to the Board with an amendment to County Code,  
Title 8 - Consumer Protection, Business and Wage Regulations, Chapter 8.52 -  
Rent Stabilization and Tenant Protections Ordinance (RSTPO), reflecting the  
above extension of the current 4% rental increase cap, from July 1, 2024  
through December 31, 2024, for fully covered rental units in the unincorporated  
County; and take the following actions:  
Instruct the Director of Consumer and Business Affairs, in consultation  
with the Chief Executive Officer and County Counsel, to return to the  
Board with a further amendment to the RSTPO to reflect the following,  
effective January 1, 2025:  
Limit annual rent increases for fully covered rental units subject to  
the RSTPO to 60% of the percentage change in the Consumer  
Price Index over the previous 12-month period ending in  
September, not to exceed a maximum rent increase of 3%, unless  
otherwise determined by the Department of Consumer and  
Business Affairs (DCBA);  
Prior to December 31, 2026, a Small Property Owner may  
increase rent on a rental unit by an additional 1% annually above  
the allowable annual rental increase specified above for a rental  
unit, which shall not exceed 4%, unless otherwise determined by  
DCBA, and define a “Small Property Owner” as a landlord that  
meets the requirements below:  
Is qualified for, and receives a Homeowners' Property Tax  
Exemption for the property on which the subject rental unit  
is located; or  
Owns or controls only one rental property with no more than  
50 rental units; or  
Owns or controls no more than three rental properties with a  
combined total of no more than 10 rental units, including  
any outside of the County; and  
Instruct the Director of Consumer and Business Affairs to update the  
Rent Registry registration process to require registrants who identify as  
Small Property Owners and meet the definition above, to provide  
self-certification under penalty of perjury; and report back to the Board in  
writing by March 31, 2026, on the status and outcomes of RSTPO  
updates per this motion, with the report to include, but not be limited to, a  
review and assessment of the number and outcomes of fair return cases,  
and recommendations on the formula, pass-throughs, and streamlined  
application processes. (24-2123)  
Attachments:  
Acceptance of the State Workers' Rights Enforcement Grant Award  
12.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Authorize County  
Counsel to accept the award of $475,000 for the State Workers' Rights  
Enforcement Grant Program (Program) for the funding period of August 1,  
2024 through July 31, 2025, and execute and submit any required documents  
including, but not limited to, the grant award agreement; and apply for and  
accept any grant award from the Program for 2025-26 (Year 2), up to a  
maximum amount of $750,000, and execute and submit any grant award  
agreement and related documents, subject to providing advance written notice  
to the Board before accepting the Year 2 grant award. (24-2120)  
Attachments:  
Administrative Support for the Baldwin Hills Regional Conservation  
Authority  
13.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: Authorize the Executive  
Officer of the Board to execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)  
between the Baldwin Hills Regional Conservation Authority (BHRCA) and the  
County, to provide staffing services to the BHRCA for a minimum term of one  
year at an annual amount of $60,000 to be paid to the County; and take all  
further actions necessary and appropriate to implement the terms and  
conditions of the MOU including, but not limited to, executing amendments,  
updating provisions, extending the term, modifying the scope of work to the  
MOU, and terminating the MOU for convenience. (24-2115)  
Attachments:  
Commemorating Juneteenth: A Commitment to Freedom and Reflection in  
Los Angeles County  
14.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Mitchell: In honor of June 19,  
2024, as “Juneteenth” throughout the County, instruct all County Departments,  
and encourage cooperation from the Sheriff, District Attorney, Assessor and  
Superintendent of Schools of the Los Angeles County Office of Education, to  
collaborate with the County Librarian and the Director of Parks and Recreation,  
to amplify their Juneteenth initiatives across websites and social media  
platforms; and urge all residents of the County to participate in Juneteenth  
events and activities across the County, fostering a greater understanding and  
appreciation of this historic day and its current relevance to our community.  
(24-2128)  
Attachments:  
Gender Affirming Resource Closets for LGBTQ+ Foster Youth in Los  
Angeles County  
15.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Solis: Instruct the  
Director of Children and Family Services to collaborate with the Pritzker Foster  
Care Initiative and Casey Family Programs to implement the gender affirming  
resource closet pilot program; inform all Department of Children and Family  
Services (DCFS) LGBTQ+ Champions about the pilot and provide DCFS staff  
with information on ways to access these resources that can be shared with  
Child Welfare-involved youth; and in collaboration with the Chief Executive  
Officer, identify permanent funding sources for future fiscal years to continue  
and expand gender affirming resource closets throughout the County, with at  
least one in every Service Planning Area, once the pilot is completed.  
(24-2131)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming June 2024 as Silicosis Awareness Month  
16.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Mitchell: Proclaim  
June 2024 as “Silicosis Awareness Month” throughout Los Angeles County;  
instruct the Director of Public Health, in collaboration with the Directors of  
Health Services, Economic Opportunity and Mental Health, to continue  
partnering with the California Department of Public Health, the California  
Division of Occupational Safety and Health, the City of Los Angeles,  
community-based organizations, stone fabrication shops, and other  
stakeholders, to continue to educate and offer resources on the prevention and  
intervention of silicosis; instruct the Director of Public Works, through its  
Building and Safety Division, in consultation with County Counsel, the Director  
of Public Health, and the City of Los Angeles Department of Building and  
Safety, to include a clause in construction permits and the website about the  
risks of using silica products, and the appropriate use of approved equipment to  
protect from exposure of crystalline silica; and direct the Chief Executive  
Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations Branch,  
and in collaboration with the Directors of Public Health and Health Services, to  
continue advocating in support of Assembly Bill 3043 (Rivas), “The Silicosis  
Prevention Act.” (24-2121)  
Attachments:  
Reimagining the Office of Child Protection  
17.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Hahn: Instruct the  
Executive Director of the Office of Child Protection to report back to the Board  
in writing within 180 days with the following:  
Conduct a comprehensive review of the original vision and intent for the  
Office of Child Protection (OCP) based on the recommendations made  
by the Blue Ribbon Commission including, but not limited to, how the  
OCP fulfilled the recommendations adopted by the Board; which  
recommendations remained unfulfilled; what barriers to recommendations  
implementation exist; and which areas need to be strengthened;  
List of the OCP’s accomplishments;  
Create a five-year strategic plan and framework which encompasses and  
centers child and family wellbeing;  
Make recommendations on expanding the OCP’s scope and possible  
restructuring to include all children and families within the County that is  
rooted in Systems of Care for Children and Youth including, but not  
limited to CalAIM redesign, health integration with behavioral health and  
substance use, homelessness and housing services, access to social  
services; etc.; and recommendations for new nomenclature that reflects  
the County’s focus on serving families and children throughout all our  
communities equitably and holistically;  
Instruct the Executive Director of the Office of Child Protection to collaborate  
with the Los Angeles County Prevention and Promotion Systems Governing  
Committee, System of Care partners and stakeholders including, but not limited  
to, community-based organizations, children and family advocates, and labor  
partners in these efforts; and  
Instruct all County Department Heads participating in the System of Care work  
including, but not limited to, the Directors of Children and Family Services,  
Mental Health, Public Health, Health Services, Public Social Services and Youth  
Development, and the Chief Probation Officer, to work with the Executive  
Director of the Office of Child Protection to fully implement this work. (24-2135)  
Attachments:  
Understanding Methamphetamine in Los Angeles County  
18.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Instruct the Director of  
Public Health, through its Substance Abuse Prevention and Control Program, in  
collaboration with the Director of Mental Health and the Medical Examiner, and  
in consultation with community-based organizations, to report back to the Board  
in writing in 90 days on the meth mortality impact and trends over the last five  
years, services and resources available to prevent and treat meth use and  
addiction, as well as recommendations on what more could be done in the  
County. (24-2126)  
Attachments:  
19.  
Attachments:  
Proclaim June 2024 as “Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Awareness  
Month,” and June 15, 2024, as “World Elder Abuse Awareness Day” in  
Los Angeles County  
20.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Proclaim June 2024 as  
“Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Awareness Month” throughout Los Angeles  
County; proclaim June 15, 2024, as “World Elder Abuse Awareness Day”  
throughout Los Angeles County; instruct the Director of Aging and Disabilities  
to conduct community outreach education and provide educational materials to  
County Departments and residents about prevention, reporting, and elimination  
of elder and dependent adult abuse in the County, with the goal of educating the  
public to ensure that elderly and dependent adults maintain their quality of life  
safely, with dignity and respect; and encourage all County residents to wear  
purple in honor of “World Elder Abuse Awareness Day” and “Elder and  
Dependent Adult Abuse Awareness Month.” (24-2119)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming June 2024 as “Refugee Awareness Month” in Los Angeles  
County  
21.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Join local refugee  
service organizations, the Departments of Consumer and Business Affairs,  
through the Office of Immigrant Affairs, Public Health, and Public Social  
Services, to proclaim June 2024 as “Refugee Awareness Month” throughout  
Los Angeles County; commend the invaluable efforts of local refugee service  
organizations to help refugees and immigrants navigate the complexities of  
resettlement, fostering a sense of belonging and dignity, and ultimately  
empower them to become contributing members in their new communities;  
recognize and celebrate the significant contributions of refugees and  
immigrants, to not only honor their experiences and sacrifices, but also promote  
greater understanding, empathy, and solidarity within the County; and instruct  
the Executive Director of the Office of Immigrant Affairs, and the Directors of  
Public Health and Public Social Services, to highlight the critical work of the  
organization serving refugees and/or the significant contributions of refugees to  
our communities through social media and other public messaging efforts.  
(24-2122)  
Attachments:  
Countywide Signature DIAlogue Fee Waiver  
22.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Waive the $20 per  
vehicle parking fee for up to 150 vehicles, for a total amount of $3,000,  
excluding the cost of liability insurance, at the Music Center Garage, for  
attendees of the Countywide Signature DIAlogue Series event, hosted by the  
Department of Human Resources, in conjunction with the Anti-Racism,  
Diversity, and Inclusion Initiative, to be held on June 6, 2024. (24-2118)  
Attachments:  
Join an Amicus Brief in Support of the Federal Rule Regulating Ghost  
Guns  
23.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Hahn and Solis: Instruct County  
Counsel to join the County of Santa Clara's amicus curiae brief in Garland v.  
VanDerStok, in support of reversing the Fifth Circuit's decision and upholding  
the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ Rule  
that ghost guns are firearms for purposes of the Federal Gun Control Act and  
are subject to existing rules and regulations related to background checks,  
serialization, record-keeping, and licensing requirements; and authorize County  
Counsel, in her discretion, to file or join amicus curiae briefs in other cases in  
support of gun control laws and regulations, with advanced written notice to the  
Board before filing or joining an amicus curiae brief. (24-2127)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming June 12, 2024 as “Philippine Independence Day” in Los  
Angeles County  
24.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Hahn and Solis: Proclaim June  
12, 2024 as “Philippine Independence Day” throughout Los Angeles County  
and recognize the Filipino employees who serve the residents of the County for  
their dedication, leadership, advocacy and efforts to preserve cultural heritage.  
(24-2132)  
Attachments:  
2024 Countywide Wellness Challenge - Rancho Los Amigos National  
Rehabilitation Center  
25.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Encourage Department  
Heads and Wellness Managers to support attendance at the first Countywide  
Wellness Challenge event to be held at the Rancho Los Amigos National  
Rehabilitation Center on July 20, 2024; and authorize the Director of Personnel  
to incur incidental expenses above her delegated authority to pay for event and  
promotional items at an amount not to exceed $1,000. (24-2130)  
Attachments:  
Sustainability Planning Consulting Services  
26.  
Executive Officer of the Board’s recommendation: Approve and authorize the  
Executive Officer of the Board to execute an agreement with Buro Happold  
Consulting Engineers, Inc., to provide support to the Chief Sustainability Office  
as it undertakes a revision to the 2019 County’s OurCounty Sustainability Plan,  
in the amount of $981,770, effective upon execution, for a term of one year and  
six months, with two six-month renewal options, for a maximum term of two  
years and six months; and authorize the Executive Officer to take the following  
actions:  
Terminate for convenience, when such action is deemed by the  
Executive Office of the Board, in its sole discretion, to be in the County's  
best interest, and to prepare and execute amendments to the agreement  
as needed, when such amendments are necessary to modify the type of  
work to be completed, update the statement of work, exercise term  
extension options, and update the terms and conditions of the agreement,  
so long as the amendments do not cause the maximum Board-approved  
term of the agreement to be exceeded, are consistent with the original  
intent of the agreement, conform to any Board-ordered or otherwise  
mandatory contract provisions; and  
Execute amendments to the agreement that increase or decrease the  
maximum contract amount by up to 10% of the Board approved amount  
above; and authorize non-material changes to the agreement, pursuant to  
a change notice. (24-2066)  
Attachments:  
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 27 - 86  
Chief Executive Office  
Blanchard and Cogen Landfills Gas Extraction System Maintenance,  
Monitoring, and Reporting Services Contract  
27.  
Recommendation: Award and authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a  
contract with Tetra Tech BAS, Inc., for the provision of Blanchard and Cogen  
Landfills Gas Extraction System maintenance, monitoring, and reporting  
services, located at the Eastern Avenue Hill Complex in Los Angeles (1), on  
behalf of the County, for a contract amount not to exceed $1,000,000,  
commencing upon execution by the County, with an initial three year term and  
two one-year extension options, for a total maximum contract term of five years,  
with sufficient funding in the Fiscal Year 2023-24 Capital Projects/  
Refurbishments budget; find that the proposed actions are exempt from the  
California Environmental Quality Act; and authorize the Chief Executive Officer  
to take the following actions: (Continued from the meeting of 4-23-24)  
Supplement the initial not to exceed contract amount by up to 25% of the  
original contract amount based on workload requirements;  
Exercise the extension options based upon project demands and level of  
satisfaction with services provided; and  
Authorize additional services and extend the contract expiration date as  
necessary to complete those additional services when those additional  
services are previously unforeseen, related to a previously assigned  
scope of work on a given project, and are necessary for the completion  
of that given project, and suspend and/or terminate the contract for  
convenience, if it is in the best interest of the County. (24-1378)  
Attachments:  
General Services Agreements Renewal  
28.  
Recommendation: Approve the renewal of General Services Agreements  
(GSAs) for a five-year term commencing July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2029,  
with the cities of Artesia, Azusa, Downey, El Monte, La Habra Heights, La  
Verne, Lawndale, Long Beach, Monterey Park, Norwalk, Rosemead, Santa Fe  
Springs, South El Monte, Walnut, West Hollywood, and Whittier (Cities), which  
authorizes the County to provide immediate essential services requested by  
participating Cities; and authorize the Chair to sign the GSAs with the Cities  
upon presentation. (24-2059)  
Attachments:  
Recommendation To Continue Proclaimed Local Emergencies  
29.  
Recommendation: Adopt and instruct the Chair to sign six resolutions to  
continue the proclaimed local emergencies for the Fruit Fly Infestation  
proclaimed May 10, 1990; Homelessness proclaimed January 10, 2023; Severe  
Winter Storms proclaimed January 10, 2023; Frigid Winter Storms proclaimed  
March 1, 2023; Tropical Storm Hilary proclaimed August 20, 2023; and Winter  
Storms proclaimed February 4, 2024. (24-2062)  
Attachments:  
Department of Children and Family Services Lease Amendment  
30.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute the  
proposed lease amendment with Antelope Valley Union High School District, a  
Public School District, for use of approximately 49,000 sq ft of office space and  
250 on-site parking spaces located at 176 Holston Drive, Lancaster (5) to be  
occupied by the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), with an  
estimated maximum first year base rental amount of $1,246,000, and an  
estimated total lease amendment amount of $10,410,000 over an eight-year  
term; with the rental costs to be funded by 45% State and Federal funds and  
55% Net County Cost (NCC) that is already included in DCFS’s existing budget,  
with no additional NCC to be requested for this action; authorize and direct the  
Chief Executive Officer to execute any other ancillary documentation necessary  
to effectuate the proposed lease amendment, and 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.  
(24-2061)  
Attachments:  
Countywide Classification/Compensation Actions  
31.  
Recommendation: Approve an ordinance for introduction amending County  
Code, Title 6 - Salaries, to update the departmental staffing provisions to reflect  
positions allocated, deleted, and transferred in the Fiscal Year 2024-25  
Recommended Budget and to implement routine technical adjustments to reflect  
earlier Board-approved budget and classification actions; add one new  
unclassified classification for Public Defender; and approve in the Classification  
Plan the title change of two represented classifications. (Relates to Agenda No.  
88) (24-2063)  
Attachments:  
County Operations  
Dispute Resolution Program Services  
32.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Consumer and Business Affairs to  
have the sole option to extend the current Dispute Resolution Program (DRP)  
subawards for up to six months, for a maximum total subaward term of five  
years and six months, not to extend beyond December 2024, to ensure  
continuous DRP services and allow the Department of Consumer and Business  
Affairs to complete a Request for Proposal solicitation. (Department of  
Consumer and Business Affairs) APPROVE (24-2044)  
Attachments:  
Equipment Maintenance Service Contracts  
33.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Internal Services to award and  
execute 11 equipment maintenance and repair services contracts effective July  
1, 2024, for an initial three year term, with three one-year and 12  
month-to-month extension options, with an aggregate amount not to exceed  
$12,500,000 per contract year; exercise the renewal options and  
month-to-month extensions options in accordance with the contracts; add/delete  
equipment items, brands and manufacturers in each contract and make  
resultant cost modifications; execute applicable contract amendments should  
the original contracting entity merge, be acquired, or otherwise have a change  
of entity; and approve necessary changes to the contracts’ service levels based  
on County Departments’ needs. (Department of Internal Services) APPROVE  
(24-2058)  
Attachments:  
Family and Social Services  
Youth Permanency Partners Services Sole Source Contract  
34.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services to  
execute a sole source contract with Kidsave International, Inc., for the Youth  
Permanency Partners (YPP) program, to recruit and support adults who  
volunteer to mentor older foster youth and help them find a permanent family or  
lasting connection, effective July 1, 2024, or upon date of execution, to June  
30, 2025, with a one-year renewal option through June 15, 2026, with a  
maximum contract amount for the initial contract period of $200,000, and a  
maximum contract amount for the renewal option of $200,000, for and a total  
maximum contract amount of $400,000, utilizing 100% State Flexible Family  
Support funds; and authorize the Director to take the following actions:  
(Department of Children and Family Services) APPROVE  
Exercise a one-year renewal option by written notice, provided that  
funding is available;  
Execute amendments to increase or decrease the maximum annual  
contract amount by up to 10%, if such an amendment is necessary to  
meet changes in service demands and the necessary funding is available  
in the budget; and  
Execute amendments to the contract for necessary changes to the terms  
and conditions. (24-2056)  
Attachments:  
Training, Staff Development and Master of Social Work Internship  
Program Services Contract  
35.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services to  
execute a contract with the Regents of the University of California, Los Angeles  
(UCLA), for the provision of services to administer and oversee the training and  
staff development and Master of Social Work (MSW) Internship Program  
services, effective July 1, 2024, or upon date of execution, through June 30,  
2025, with up to four one-year extension options through June 30, 2029, and a  
maximum contract amount of $76,411,035 for the initial one-year term and four  
extension options, financed using 75% Federal funds and 25% 2011 State  
Realignment/Net County Cost (NCC), with sufficient funding included in the  
Fiscal Year 2024-25 Recommended Budget; and authorize the Director to take  
the following actions: (Department of Children and Family Services)  
APPROVE  
Execute amendments to increase or decrease the maximum annual  
contract amount up to 10%, if such an amendment is necessary to meet  
changes in service demands and the necessary funding is available in  
the budget;  
Execute amendments to the contract to make changes to the scope of  
work or the terms and conditions to meet program needs;  
Exercise the four one-year extension options, with an additional six  
months beyond June 30, 2029, by written notice or amendment, if such  
additional time is necessary to complete the negotiation or solicitation of  
a new contract, provided that cost of living adjustment is not included and  
sufficient funding is available for the extension;  
Execute Title IV-E stipend agreements with individual student trainees  
enrolled in MSW degree programs, with the cost of the education  
stipends included in the training and staff development contract with  
UCLA, and where the Title IV-E stipend agreements allow the student  
trainees to receive the education stipend on the condition that they agree  
to work for DCFS for a two-year period upon earning their degree; and  
Terminate the Training and Staff Development contract with UCLA for  
contractor default, if necessary. (24-1946)  
Attachments:  
Transportation Services Contract  
36.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services to  
execute a contract with HopSkipDrive, Inc. for the provision of transportation  
services for youth in foster care to their school of origin and school-related  
activities, effective July 1, 2024, or upon date of execution, through June 30,  
2025, with two one-year extension options through June 30, 2027, with a  
maximum annual contract amount of $4,000,000, funded 100% by 2011 State  
Realignment funds, with the Department of Children and Family Services  
contributing 50% of the funds and the school districts contributing the remaining  
50%, for a maximum contract amount for the initial one-year term and two  
one-year extension options of $12,000,000, with sufficient funding included in  
the Fiscal Year 2024-25 Recommended Budget; and authorize the Director to  
take the following actions: (Department of Children and Family Services)  
APPROVE  
Execute amendments to increase or decrease the maximum annual  
contract amount up to 10%, if such an amendment is necessary to meet  
changes in service demands and the necessary funding is available in  
the budget;  
Execute amendments to the contract to make changes to the scope of  
work or the terms and conditions to meet program needs;  
Exercise the two one-year extension options by written notice or  
amendment, provided that sufficient funding is available; and  
Extend the new transportation services contract by amendment for a  
period not to exceed six months beyond June 30, 2027, if such additional  
time is necessary to complete the negotiation or solicitation of a new  
contract, provided that the Cost of Living Adjustment is not included, and  
sufficient funding is available for the extension. (24-1950)  
Attachments:  
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning, Intersex,  
Asexual, Two-Spirit+ Tailored Services Contracts  
37.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services to  
prepare and execute two contracts with Penny Lane Centers and Los Angeles  
LGBT Center to provide Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and  
Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Two-Spirit+ (LGBTQIA2S+) tailored  
services to Department of Children and Family Services supervised youth,  
effective July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025, with two one-year extension  
options through June 30, 2027, with a maximum contract amount for each  
contract to be $400,000 for each Service Planning Area served by each  
agency, for a maximum annual budget of $3,200,000, and for a total maximum  
budget, if all extension options are exercised, of $9,600,000, financed using  
100% Local funds; and authorize the Director to take the following actions:  
(Department of Children and Family Services) APPROVE  
Exercise the two one-year extension options by written notice or  
amendment, provided that sufficient funding is available; and  
Execute amendments to make changes to the contract terms and  
conditions, or to increase or decrease the maximum annual contract  
amounts not to exceed 20%, when necessary to meet program needs,  
provided that sufficient funding is available; and  
Terminate the contract with contractors upon their request, and those that  
are in default of their contract requirements, for contractor default or for  
convenience of the County, if necessary. (24-1943)  
Attachments:  
Children’s Law Center to Funding Agreement  
38.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services, to  
execute a funding agreement with the Children’s Law Center to cover costs  
associated with a dedicated courtroom for Commercially Sexually Exploited  
Children (CSEC), effective July 15, 2024 through July 14, 2025, with up to two  
one-year extension options, for a maximum annual amount of $295,000 for the  
initial year and $295,000 for each one-year extension option, for a total  
maximum amount of $885,000, financed by State Optional CSEC funds;  
execute amendments to extend the term; increase or decrease the maximum  
annual amount not to exceed 10%; change the terms and conditions as  
necessary to meet programmatic needs; and terminate the agreement for  
convenience or default, if necessary. (Department of Children and Family  
Services) APPROVE (24-1936)  
Attachments:  
Exclusive Negotiation Agreement  
39.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Economic Opportunity, on behalf of  
Los Angeles County Development Authority, to extend the term of the Exclusive  
Negotiating Agreement (ENA) among the Compton Unified School District  
(CUSD), the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) and Charles  
Drew University/Martin Luther King Wellness Collaborative, LLC through June  
30, 2025, in order to negotiate the potential development of properties located  
along 117th Street and 1667 East 118th Street in unincorporated Willowbrook  
(2), extend the term of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between  
LACDA and CUSD to extend the term through June 30, 2025, extend the term  
of the ENA and MOU, for an additional 180 days, if needed, execute any and all  
related or ancillary documents or amendments to the ENA and MOU necessary  
to effectuate the action authorized hereby, and collect deposits and fees in  
connection with the terms of the amended ENA and MOU, and administer the  
expenses and accounting associated with the amended ENA and MOU; and find  
that the recommended actions do not constitute a project under the California  
Environmental Quality Act. (Department of Economic Opportunity and Los  
Angeles County Development Authority) APPROVE (Relates to Agenda No.  
1-D) (24-1965)  
Attachments:  
Workforce Services Contracts  
40.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Economic Opportunity to execute  
subawards with the following for the provision of America's Job Center of  
California (AJCC) program services: Southeast Area Social Services Funding  
Authority (SASSFA) for the Rio Hondo Comprehensive AJCC, Managed Career  
Solutions (MCS) for the East San Gabriel Valley and Pomona Valley  
Comprehensive AJCCs, Jobs Vision Success SoCal (JVS) for the Antelope  
Valley Comprehensive AJCC, West Los Angeles AJCC, and the Veterans  
AJCC, and KRA Corporation (KRA) for the Rancho Dominguez Comprehensive  
AJCC, effective October 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025 for the first fiscal year  
of the subaward term, with three one-year extension options through June 30,  
2028, for a maximum subaward term of three years and nine months; and  
authorize the Director to take the following actions: (Department of Economic  
Opportunity) APPROVE  
Execute subawards with the secondary subrecipients as identified  
respectively in the proposals from MCS, SASSFA, KRA and JVS, as part  
of the Comprehensive AJCC Community Based Organization (CBO)  
partnership outlined in the AJCC Modernization Request for Proposal, to  
provide one or more Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)  
services designated by the lead AJCCs, effective October 1, 2024  
through June 30, 2025 for the first fiscal year of the subaward term, with  
three one-year extension options through June 30, 2028, for a maximum  
subaward term of three years and nine months;  
Execute amendments with the AJCC subrecipients to: add new, relevant  
or updated Federal, State and/or County subaward terms, and increase  
or decrease the subaward amounts that may exceed 10% based on the  
availability of funding and/or based on subrecipient’s performance,  
provided that total allocation does not exceed available funding;  
Extend and amend existing sole source subawards with Hub Cities  
Consortium and Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc. in the Southeast  
Los Angeles and East Los Angeles/West San Gabriel Valley subregions  
on a month-to-month basis, for up to one year, through June 30, 2025,  
pending the resolution of the Countywide Protest Policy, thereafter the  
Director will return to the Board with the results of the protest and will  
recommend successful proposers for subawards;  
Extend and amend existing sole source subawards with the current  
AJCCs for an additional six months, effective July 1, 2024 through  
December 31, 2024, and thereafter, on a month-to-month basis for a  
maximum potential period of up to nine months, ending no later than  
March 31, 2024, to allow for successful closeout and transition of the  
current workforce providers' services to the new providers and workforce  
system;  
Execute intermediary agreements with six local Workforce Development  
Boards (WBDs), including City of Los Angeles WDB - Economic &  
Workforce Development Department, Pacity Gateway (Long Beach)  
WDB, Foothill WDB, Southeast Los Angeles County WDB, South Bay  
WDB and Verdugo WDB , effective July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025,  
with three one-year extension options through June 30, 2028, for a  
maximum agreement term of four years; and  
Accept new or additional funds for workforce services from sources  
including, but not limited to, the California Employment Development  
Department. (24-1962)  
Attachments:  
Social Enterprise Employment and Training Master Agreement  
41.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Economic Opportunity to extend  
and amend the Social Enterprise Employment and Training Master Agreement  
(SEMA) and work orders issued thereunder, which are set to expire on June  
30, 2024, for two additional fiscal years through June 30, 2026; amend the  
SEMA Request for Statement of Qualifications to increase the eligibility  
requirement from $75,000 to $100,000 for restricted or limited tier eligibility for  
start-up Social Enterprises (SE) and smaller SEs that may compete for  
lower-risk work orders; implement the Equity in County Contracting Cash  
Advance Pilot applicable to community-based private nonprofit agencies  
allowing funding sources for advances, providing advances of up to 15% of the  
agreement amount upon a contractor’s written request and the Director’s  
approval; execute amendments to the SEMA, or as applicable to individual work  
orders, to add new, relevant or updated Federal, State and/or County terms;  
execute renewals, issue cost of living adjustments, when applicable, and in  
compliance with the terms of the SEMA, increase or decrease the work order  
funding amounts that may exceed 10% based on the availability of funding  
and/or based on the SE’s performance, provided that the total work order  
amount does not exceed the available funding. (Department of Economic  
Opportunity) APPROVE (24-1958)  
Attachments:  
Health and Mental Health Services  
Health Care Language Interpreters Services Agreement  
42.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Health Services to execute a  
successor agreement with Health Care Interpreter Network (HCIN) for the  
Department of Health Services’ (DHS’) continued participation in HCIN's health  
care language interpreter network and interpretation services, effective July 1,  
2024 through June 30, 2029, with five one-year term extension options, with an  
estimated initial annual County obligation of $3,500,000; exercise the  
agreement term extension options, add, delete, and/or modify certain terms and  
conditions of the agreement as required by law, County policy, or the Board,  
modify the agreement, including scope of services, in accordance with the  
agreement’s terms and conditions for operational efficiencies and to address  
changes in service needs, with corresponding changes to the pricing terms,  
incorporate and/or revise non-substantive and administrative agreement terms  
and conditions, increase and otherwise adjust HCIN membership fees and other  
rates and fees under the agreement by up to 10% annually to account for  
changes in technology, as well as networking and other changes at DHS  
hospitals, to meet the demands and needs of the participating DHS facilities and  
to remain competitive with market rates, and effect termination of the  
agreement, with all such actions that require amendments to the agreement, as  
necessary (Department of Health Services) APPROVE (24-1952)  
Attachments:  
Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic Services Agreements  
43.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Health Services to execute  
successor Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT-P) services  
agreements with the County’s approved private paramedic providers, effective  
July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2029, with automatic one-year extensions  
through June 30, 2034, for the provision of Advanced Life Support (ALS)  
services, at no cost to the County; execute future amendments to the  
agreements to make necessary changes to the scope of work, add, delete  
and/or change non substantive terms and conditions in the agreements, and  
add, delete, and/or change terms and conditions as mandated by Federal or  
State law or regulation, County Policy, or the Board; execute form EMT-P  
services agreement with any future County-approved private paramedic  
providers, during the initial agreement term and any extension thereof, for the  
provision of ALS services, at no cost to the County; and terminate each  
agreement in accordance with the termination provisions of the corresponding  
agreement, if necessary. (Department of Health Services) APPROVE  
(24-1951)  
Attachments:  
Temporary Healthcare Personnel Agreements  
44.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Health Services to execute  
amendments to temporary healthcare personnel agreements, for the continued  
provision of as-needed medical services, effective upon execution following  
Board approval, to extend the term of each agreement for the period of July 1,  
2024 through June 30, 2025, with two one-year extension options, at an  
estimated annual amount of $298,000,000; execute new agreements for  
temporary healthcare personnel with qualified entities; execute new and  
successor master agreements for temporary, as-needed specialty medical  
services with qualified medical professionals, effective July 1, 2024 through  
June 30, 2025, with four one-year extension options, for a maximum agreement  
term of five years and an estimated annual amount of $53,000,000; and  
exercise term extension options, add, delete, and/or modify certain terms and