AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS  
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA  
TUESDAY, MAY 21, 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 16, 2024  
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Invocation led by Dr. Aliasger Najam, Dawoodi Bohra, Ezzi Mosque, Woodland Hills (3).  
Pledge of Allegiance led by Carolina Hernandez, former Senior Chief Petty Officer, United States Navy,  
Downey (4).  
I. CONSENT CALENDAR  
All matters are approved by one motion unless held.  
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1 - 36  
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  
Leslie D. Jones, Los Angeles County Small Business Commission  
Puja Bhatia, Sybil Brand Commission for Institutional Inspections  
Zoe Cunliffe, Watershed Area Steering Committee Community - Central  
Santa Monica Bay  
Supervisor Lindsey P. Horvath  
Thuy T. Huynh and Artin Sodaify, Los Angeles County Commission on  
Local Governmental Services  
Supervisor Janice Hahn  
Eric Pierce, Downey Cemetery District  
Teresa Furey+, Los Angeles County Beach Commission  
Mark Stanley+, Watershed Area Steering Committee Community - Lower  
Los Angeles River  
Mark Stanley+, Watershed Area Steering Committee Community - Lower  
San Gabriel River  
Supervisor Kathryn Barger  
Jennifer Price-Letscher+, Los Angeles County Arts Commission  
Alis Clausen Odenthal+, Los Angeles County Arts Commission; also  
waive limitation of length of service requirement pursuant to County  
Code Section 3.38.025B  
Ashley Chavez, Los Angeles County Veterans' Advisory Commission  
Dianne Philibosian, Policy Roundtable for Child Care and Development  
Katherine Hennigan, Sybil Brand Commission for Institutional Inspections  
Commission for Children and Families  
Dora Jacildo (Alternate), Policy Roundtable for Child Care and  
Development  
Commission on HIV  
Ronnie Osorio, Commission on HIV  
Peace Officers Association of Los Angeles County (POALAC)  
Kristin Kolenda, Emergency Medical Services Commission (24-0099)  
Attachments:  
Support for Assembly Bill 1588 (Wilson) the Affordable Internet and Net  
Equality Act of 2024  
2.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Instruct the Chief Executive  
Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations Branch  
to support Assembly Bill 1588 (Wilson), the Affordable Internet and Net Equality  
Act. (24-1834)  
Attachments:  
Decreasing Professional Wait Times at Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall  
3.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Instruct the Chief  
Probation Officer to report back to the Board in writing in four weeks, with data  
on the professional visitor wait times at Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall in the past  
three months, including an analysis of any factors contributing to long wait  
times and strategies being implemented to reduce wait times and ensure timely  
access to visits from counsel, social workers, and other experts (e.g. adding  
more pods to the visitation area, increasing staff on busy days to bring youth to  
the visitation area, creating an electronic sign up system, etc.), data on wait  
times in the regular “Ensuring the Use of Least Restrictive Placements for  
Young People in the Probation Department’s Care and Custody” quarterly  
reports to the Board; and instruct the Chief Probation Officer, in consultation  
with the Executive Director of the Probation Oversight Commission, County  
Counsel, the Public Defender, and the Alternate Public Defender, to update  
their “Access to Legal Services” policy (DSB 513), and/or create a procedure  
to include expected maximum wait times for visitation with legal counsel that are  
consistent with industry standards and a process for documenting extenuating  
circumstances when a wait time exceeds the expectation. (24-1835)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming “Croatian Culture Week”  
4.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Hahn: Declare May 20 through  
26, 2024 as “Croatian Culture Week” throughout Los Angeles County, this week  
will honor the rich cultural heritage and numerous contributions of Croatian  
Americans to our community. (24-1840)  
Attachments:  
Stabilization Supports for Foster Youth  
5.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Horvath: Instruct the  
Directors of Children and Family Services and Health Services, and other  
appropriate Department Heads, to report back to the Board in writing in 90 days  
on plans to increase access to housing for Transition Age Youth (TAY) by  
identifying ways to enhance housing for TAY youth and include utilizing  
housing navigators, and prioritizing housing for parenting youth who often fall  
between housing services and implement a transitional housing program that  
prioritizes placing all parenting youth in housing before exiting the Independent  
Living Program (ILP); instruct the Directors of Mental Health, Children and  
Family Services and Economic Opportunity, and other appropriate Department  
Heads, to report back to the Board in writing in 90 days on plans to expand  
awareness of appropriate mental health programs and career pathways,  
including by taking the following actions:  
Providing trauma informed trainings for the Department of Children and  
Family Services (DCFS) staff, Department of Mental Health clinicians,  
and providers working to ensure the needs of pregnant and parenting  
foster youth are addressed and that appropriate resources are provided;  
Expanding existing pathways to mental health careers for those with lived  
experience in foster care, including community health worker programs,  
near to peer mentoring, with supports through the Department of  
Economic Opportunity’s economic and workforce development system;  
and  
Promoting the “Who to Call” campaign, which will help inform the  
community about community-based responses to health and mental  
health crises to DCFS foster youth, families, and other system impacted  
youth, once the program is launched in July 2024;  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and  
Intergovernmental Relations Branch, to oppose the Governor’s May Revision  
proposal to reduce the funding for the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program  
for Foster Children (Bridge Program) by $34,800,000 in Fiscal Year 2024-25  
and ongoing;  
Instruct the Director of the Office of Advancement of Early Care and Education,  
within the Department of Public Health, along with the Director of Children and  
Family Services and other appropriate Department Heads, to report back to the  
Board in writing in 90 days on plans to partner with the Child Care Alliance of  
Los Angeles, to strengthen coordination of services for parenting foster youth to  
ensure they receive prompt and efficient delivery of childcare vouchers,  
especially though the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program for Foster  
Children; and  
Instruct the Directors of Children and Family Services, Mental Health, Health  
Services and Economic Opportunity, to provide a verbal presentation to the  
Board during the September 17, 2024 Board meeting, on the progress achieved  
on the above. (24-1846)  
Attachments:  
Strengthening the Los Angeles County Workforce  
6.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Horvath: Instruct the  
Auditor-Controller, in collaboration with the Chief Executive Officer and the  
Director of Personnel, to engage a consultant to gather feedback from all  
impacted County Departments and labor partners regarding telework and  
productivity, funding for the consultant should come from the Auditor-Controller  
Provisional Funding Uses (PFU) for Board ordered audits, Auditor-Controller  
currently receives reimbursement from this PFU for all Board ordered audits,  
and once the consultant is retained, report back to the Board in writing in 120  
days on the following:  
Data on the number of employees who telework and the predominant  
reasons for telework arrangements, including the number of employees  
who currently reside outside of the County and any who reside outside  
the State;  
Analysis of the best telework practices utilized by other large public  
sector organizations, or private organizations if relevant, that maximize  
productivity, accessibility, and organizational effectiveness for the  
County to consider;  
Assessment of the opportunities and challenges experienced by  
Department leadership in supporting productivity among telework staff  
and recommendations to address any barriers, including the utilization of  
matrices or systems to track performance and accessibility;  
A review of the County’s current telework policy and recommendations  
for the County to further strengthen its telework program to support  
increased work collaboration and efficiency; and  
A review on a sample basis of the extent to which Departments have  
implemented, and are actively tracking work-performance and  
productivity for all employees, including teleworkers, and include in their  
report back to the Board opportunities to improve “measuring what  
matters” in terms of objective and meaningful metrics of work quality,  
quantity, and outcomes;  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, in collaboration with all impacted Department  
Heads, to report back to the Board in writing in 120 days on the following:  
The cost savings each Department has realized over the past four years  
as a direct result of telework arrangements, which would include  
decreased office space utilization and lease agreements, supplies,  
mileage reimbursement, etc.;  
An overview of the County’s office footprint and how it has evolved over  
the past four years as a result of increased telework options; and  
In collaboration with the Director of Internal Services, include an  
assessment of the impacts of increased telework on parking utilization  
and any proposed modifications to parking allotments as a result, subject  
to appropriate labor relation negotiations. (24-1861)  
Attachments:  
Cross Departmental Coordination and Centralization in Los Angeles  
County’s Veteran Initiatives, Programming, and Policies  
7.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Horvath: Instruct the  
Director of Military and Veterans Affairs to be the lead on behalf of the County  
on any local, County, or State initiatives and efforts that require coordination or  
collaboration with either the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet)  
and/or the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and take a lead  
role in coordinating on behalf of the County with CalVet and/or the VA, working  
with the requisite County Departments, to implement any veteran specific,  
veteran targeting, or pilots and initiatives with overlap on veterans policy, and  
with all relevant Departments to assume a collaborative role pertaining to any  
pilots and initiatives with CalVet and/or the VA; and take the following actions:  
Instruct the Directors of Military and Veterans Affairs and Mental Health  
to develop a plan in coordination with the Chief Executive Office Budget  
to transfer the Southern California Grantmakers (SCG) contract for Los  
Angeles County Veteran Peer Access Network (VPAN) peer-to-peer  
contracted services and the Veteran Service Navigator program from the  
Department of Mental Health (DMH) to the Department of Military and  
Veterans Affairs (DMVA), no later than October 1, 2024, where the  
transfer of SCG contract does not include DMH budgeted items, with  
support from the Chief Executive Officer, and the Director of Military and  
Veterans Affairs, to identify a plan for ongoing funding of SCG and  
peer-to-peer contracted services if Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)  
funding is reduced as a result of Proposition (Prop) 1; the Director of  
Military and Veterans Affairs shall provide outcomes and other required  
data to DMH for any MHSA funding received as required by MHSA  
reporting requirements or new requirements as a result of Prop 1; the  
Director of Mental Health shall have responsibility for, and continue to  
provide oversight of veterans mental health services provided through  
directly-operated or legal entity staff:  
The Directors of Mental and Military and Veterans Affairs  
should report back on integrating the 1-877-4LA-VETS  
DMVA call line into the 1-800-854-7771*3 VPAN Support  
Line and consider the following:  
DMH and DMVA shall integrate staff from both  
Departments onto the Veterans Service Triage Line  
to centralize all calls related to veterans benefits and  
services;  
DMVA shall explore including VA Greater Los  
Angeles’ (GLA) Homelessness Call Center  
(310-268-3350), incorporating Federally-funded  
resources, including access to VA supported  
emergency housing units;  
DMVA and DMH shall work to continually explore and  
incorporate other County Departments’ veteran,  
military, and family/caregiver programming onto the  
line with the intention of the public being able to get  
access to all relevant services through the one call  
line;  
Instruct the Executive Director of the Homeless Initiative, Chief Executive  
Office, and the Director of Military and Veterans Affairs, to advance the  
work started through the County’s Homelessness Emergency Declaration  
to create a veteran-specific plan to increase access to services and  
benefits for veterans experiencing homelessness, in partnership with  
CalVet and/or the VA, or any other State or Federal agency, to leverage  
State and Federal funding and resources for veterans experiencing  
homelessness and report back to the Board in writing in 90 days; and  
take the following actions:  
Pursue equitable and increased access for minority veterans,  
female veterans, and any other underserved or unserved veteran  
populations;  
Explore opportunities for partnerships with cities, councils of  
governments, and other local jurisdictions to increase access to  
veteran services and benefits;  
Explore creation of a master leasing pilot in partnership with the  
VA to rapidly house veterans experiencing homeless, with the  
initial pilot being in the Antelope Valley with intent to scale these  
efforts County-wide;  
Work with the Department of Health Services, in collaboration with  
the California Policy Lab, to develop a mechanism to identify  
veterans who are at-risk of losing housing and refer to the  
requisite resources as identified by the Executive Director of the  
Homeless Initiative, Chief Executive Office, and the Director of  
Military and Veterans Affairs;  
Engage the VA Greater Los Angeles for potential access to their  
contract with Single Stop that provides online screening and  
guidance to improve access to a range of Federal and State  
resources; and  
Provide recommendations of necessary collaborations to better  
coordinate the efforts of the Los Angeles Homeless Service  
Authority’s veterans systems coordinators and the Los Angeles  
County Development Authority’s United States Housing and Urban  
Development Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing programs with  
the County’s efforts;  
Instruct the Director of Military and Veterans Affairs, to identify all  
benefits, services, programming, or initiatives for veterans, service  
members, and their families currently offered by County Departments;  
and draft a plan with recommendations to streamline all County funded or  
operated veteran-specific benefits, services, programming, and initiatives  
to centralize and coordinate to create a centralized point within the  
County for veterans, and report back to the Board in writing in 90 days;  
Instruct the Director of Public Health, in coordination with the Director of  
Military and Veteran Affairs, to add veteran status as a social  
determinant, and require Departments to collect veteran status as a  
required field in screenings and electronic health records as follows:  
DMVA shall provide guidance on culturally-competent wording to  
all Departments;  
Instruct all County Department Heads to add the question “Have  
you ever served in the U.S. military?” as a mandatory field in all  
screening and intake documents; and  
Any veteran identified by a County agency shall be liaised with  
DMVA for further screening and triaging for other veterans  
services and benefits if the veteran agrees to the referral and  
linkage; and  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and  
Intergovernmental Relations Branch, in collaboration with the Director of  
Military and Veterans Affairs, to review the necessary legislative changes  
and priorities for the County to advance and advocate for policies at the  
State and Federal levels; and provide recommended County legislative  
priorities to allow the County to streamline the housing of veterans  
experiencing homelessness and receive the services necessary to stay  
housed and to address veteran suicides. (24-1870)  
Attachments:  
Advancing Efforts to Coordinate and Streamline Los Angeles County’s  
Veteran Suicide Prevention Efforts and One-Year Extension of the Los  
Angeles County Veteran Suicide Review Team Pilot  
8.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Barger and Horvath: Extend the  
Los Angeles County Veteran Suicide Review Team (VSRT) Pilot by  
one-additional year during which the co-chairs shall review and develop  
recommendations for the pilot to become permanent; instruct the Director of  
Mental Health, as the lead Department administrating the VSRT pilot, to amend  
the VSRT charter to add the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs as the  
primary co-lead of the VSRT pilot; and take the following actions:  
Instruct the Directors of Mental Health and Military and Veterans Affairs,  
to work with the co-chairs to report back to the Board in writing in 120  
days with a review and aggregation of the data of veteran suicides in the  
County for calendar years 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023 up to the date of  
the VSRT’s first suicide review: where the data to be aggregated with the  
previously collected data to identify vulnerable populations at risk for  
suicide, with an emphasis on veteran subgroups, such as, but not limited  
to, minority veterans, LGBTQ+ veterans, and female veterans aggregated  
and reported separately; and request that the team explore the feasibility  
of concurrently tracking and identifying any veteran opioid deaths and  
provide recommendations to use some of the VSRT tracking and  
recommendation frameworks to address opioid mortality;  
Instruct the Directors of Military and Veterans Affairs and Mental Health,  
and the Chief Medical Examiner, to work with Chief Executive Officer and  
report back to the Board during the Supplemental Budget on gaps in  
current resources within the Department of Medical Examiner, on  
necessary staffing and services needed for the VSRT and future suicide  
mortality efforts, and explore the feasibility of developing and placing any  
adequate postvention services with the Department of Medical Examiner;  
Instruct the Directors of Military and Veterans Affairs and Mental Health,  
to review the current model for recommended changes to better address  
the collection and review of suicide decedent data and the linkage of  
family members and next of kin to the postvention services and benefits;  
assess (confirm) the need for an epidemiologist who can provide  
accurate data and comprehensive analyses to better track and  
understand root causes of the deaths that help support intervention and  
prevention strategies; and report back to the Board in writing in 90 days;  
and  
Instruct the Director of Military and Veterans Affairs to develop a plan to  
coordinate and liaise with the California Department of Veterans Affairs  
(CalVet) and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on  
suicide prevention pilots and initiatives, and include the following:  
The plan should include, but not be limited to, the California  
Veteran Health Initiative Research and Surveillance Team with  
CalVet and the VA and Substance Abuse and Mental Health  
Services Administration Suicide Mortality Review Efforts;  
Work with external partners including, but not limited to, the  
California Association of County Veterans Service Officers and  
National Association of Counties Veterans and Military Services  
Committee, to establish collaborative efforts with other jurisdictions  
in California and nationally on veteran suicide mortality efforts;  
Work with the Chief Executive Officer, through the Legislative  
Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations Branch, in collaboration  
with the Chief Medical Examiner and the Director of Public Health,  
to review the necessary legislative changes and priorities for the  
County to advance the work of VSRT at the State and Federal  
levels; provide recommended County legislative priorities; report  
back to the Board in writing on recommendations for the  
necessary County priorities and legislative positions for the  
County to advance the work of the VSRT; and provide  
recommendations and opportunities to address issues to  
streamline veteran suicide mortality including, but not limited to,  
statutory authority to review deaths without the need for next of kin  
consent; and  
Work with the Acting Chief Information Officer to explore adding  
VetPro onto the County’s InfoHub and to explore data sharing  
partnership with the VA's Desert Pacific Healthcare Network to  
enhance efforts to connect veterans with healthcare and benefits.  
(24-1867)  
Attachments:  
Approval of the Publication of a Notice of Intention for County to  
Purchase Real Property Located at 955 North Vignes St., Los Angeles, for  
the Warm Landing Interim Homeless Housing Project  
9.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Horvath: Approve a  
Notice of Intention to purchase the property located at 955 North Vignes Street  
in Los Angeles (Property), from David Amkraut, for a purchase price not to  
exceed $1,825,000 plus approximately $15,000 in escrow fees and $100 as  
independent consideration; advertise and set at a June 2024 Board meeting, to  
receive comments and consummate the purchase; and find that the proposed  
actions are exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. (24-1841)  
Attachments:  
Aligning County Demographic Data Collection with New Federal Census  
Requirements  
10.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Horvath: Instruct the  
Executive Director of Racial Equity, in collaboration with the Acting Chief  
Information Officer, and all 38 County Department Heads, to report back to the  
Board in writing in 180 days with a review of County demographic data  
collection practices and recommendations to determine how best to align with  
Federal standards, best practices, and a data justice approach on the collection  
of race, ethnicity, and cultural data, including a comprehensive review of  
demographic categories used by Departments to collect race, ethnicity, and  
cultural data, with the review to highlight discrepancies and alignment across  
Departments as it relates to demographic data, assessment of the feasibility of  
aligning County demographic data collection practices with Federal guidelines,  
and recommendations for implementing new data collection practices across  
County Departments to ensure accuracy and promote equity. (24-1848)  
Attachments:  
Supporting Immigrants in Los Angeles County  
11.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Horvath: Instruct the  
Director of Consumer and Business Affairs, through the Office of Immigrant  
Affairs, in partnership with relevant Department Heads, to review Immigrants  
Are LA’s (IRLA’s) budget requests, and report back to the Board in writing in 90  
days, including the following:  
In collaboration with the Executive Director of the Homeless Initiative,  
Chief Executive Office, conduct an analysis of the Los Angeles County  
Homeless Services Authority’s eligible programs for immigrants,  
including undocumented immigrants, and any existing gaps to receiving  
those services, including recommendations for training and/or guidance  
for homeless services providers to eliminate existing exclusions that  
prevent, intentionally or inadvertently, immigrants from accessing County  
housing programs;  
Assessment of the feasibility of, and plan for, implementing IRLA’s five  
recommendations to increase language access in the County;  
Through the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs’ (DCBA)  
Office of Labor Equity, explore the viability of a Worker’s Justice Fund  
for all workers in the unincorporated areas of the County experiencing  
wage theft and retaliation, which includes recommendations and  
strategies on the implementation of such fund; and  
Through DCBA’s Center for Financial Empowerment, evaluation of  
opportunities that could support the economic wellbeing of immigrants,  
such as tailored financial education, access to safe affordable financial  
products, and promoting wealth building opportunities to improve their  
financial stability. (24-1853)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 2024 as “Trauma Prevention Month”  
12.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Hahn: Proclaim May  
2024 as “Trauma Prevention Month;” recognize and commend the community-  
based organizations who take on the role of system change agents and  
community convenors who do work in their respective Trauma Prevention  
Initiative communities; and encourage residents of the County and County staff,  
to learn more about the impact of trauma, the importance of preventing trauma,  
and utilizing trauma-informed care when delivering services and resources.  
(24-1860)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming June 2024 as “Gun Violence Awareness Month,” June 7, 2024  
as “Gun Violence Awareness Day,” June 2, 2024 as “Wear Orange Day,”  
and June 7 through 9, 2024 as “Wear Orange Weekend”  
13.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Solis and Hahn: Proclaim the  
month of June 2024 as “Gun Violence Awareness Month,” June 7, 2024 as  
“Gun Violence Awareness Day,” June 2, 2024 as “Wear Orange Day,” and  
June 7 through 9, 2024 as “Wear Orange Weekend;” direct the Chief Executive  
Officer, through its County Communications Branch, to promote County and  
County Department events directed towards educating, engaging, and providing  
residents with information, resources, and services about gun violence and  
safety, and adding information, resources, and services from County  
Departments addressing gun violence and safety, permanently, on the County’s  
website; and direct the Chief Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs  
and Intergovernmental Relations Branch, to continue to advocate and support  
State and Federal legislation aligned with the Board’s position on gun safety and  
violence. (24-1849)  
Attachments:  
Supporting Early Care and Education Public Investments and Policies  
14.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Direct the Chief Executive  
Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations Branch,  
to support the Early Care and Education (ECE) Coalition’s request that the  
28,000 spaces budgeted for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24 are funded and  
distributed in FY 2023-24, and that the State provides a sustainable and  
equitable plan to reach the 200,000 spaces commitment by FY 2026-27; and  
the request by the Child Care Law Center, Child Care Providers United, and the  
ECE Coalition, that the California Department of Social Services create a  
robust alternative methodology that pays child care providers a fair and just  
wage based on their full cost of caring for children, fully implement the  
alternative methodology with a single-rate structure as soon as possible, and  
include details of the new single-rate structure using the alternative methodology  
in the State’s Child Care and Development Fund Plan to be submitted by July 1,  
2024. (24-1863)  
Attachments:  
Addressing Disparities in the Self-Determination Program  
15.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Instruct the Director of  
Aging and Disabilities to engage with the regional centers within the County to  
develop a plan and recommendations, in collaboration with the Los Angeles  
County Commission on Disabilities, for actions the County can take in assisting  
with disparities in the Self-Determination Program (SDP), and report back to  
the Board in writing within 90 days including, but not be limited to, the following  
considerations:  
Assessment of available demographic data obtained from the regional  
centers of County participants in the SDP and an identification of  
needed populations of focus experiencing disparities in enrollment and  
participation in the SDP;  
Develop and execute a community engagement strategy in multiple  
languages utilizing traditional, ethnic, hyperlocal, and social media, to  
raise awareness of the SDP Countywide, with an emphasis on identified  
communities and populations experiencing disparities;  
Partner with the regional centers and make recommendations to assist  
interested participants in overcoming administrative challenges; and  
Recommendations for advocacy at the State level to reduce barriers and  
increase access to the SDP for vulnerable communities. (24-1850)  
Attachments:  
Anawakalmekak International University Preparatory of North America  
Graduation Fee Waiver  
16.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Waive $1,000 in parking  
fees for 100 vehicles on June 8, 2024, and $4,000 in parking fees for 200  
vehicles on June 12, 2024, excluding the cost of liability insurance, at the Music  
Center Garage, for the Anawakalmekak International University Preparatory of  
North America’s graduation ceremonies. (24-1856)  
Attachments:  
Operation Graduation Fee Waiver  
17.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Solis: Request the Music Center  
to waive the $6,500 rental fee for use of the Walt Disney Concert Hall and  
Founders Room, excluding the cost of liability insurance, for Operation  
Graduation, a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles County Office of  
Education and the Los Angeles County Probation Department; and waive  
$3,000 in parking fees for 150 vehicles, excluding the cost of liability insurance,  
at the Walt Disney Concert Hall parking garage, for the Operation Graduation  
Celebration, to be held on June 13, 2024. (24-1865)  
Attachments:  
Ensuring Readiness for the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games  
18.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Mitchell and Solis: Direct the  
Chief Executive Officer, in consultation with the Director of Economic  
Opportunity and all relevant Department Heads, to enter into an agreement  
within 60 days with a consultant, in an amount not to exceed $200,000, and to  
complete within 90 days of execution, an economic impact and opportunity  
analysis of the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games (Games) on the Los  
Angeles Regional economy, with the analysis to include, but not be limited to,  
the following:  
In coordination with community partners, the anticipated cost to  
unincorporated areas of hosting Olympic and Paralympic events;  
Opportunities to leverage the Games to generate revenue;  
The number and type of jobs that will be needed in the lead-up to the  
Games, in coordination with labor partners;  
In coordination with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and other  
regional transit agencies, and, building off of the existing LA28 Mobility  
Concept Plan, opportunities for the County to work with local transit  
municipalities to mitigate the impact of hosting the Games on our regional  
transportation system, and recommendations for projects and/or  
programs that would mitigate such impacts;  
In consultation with regional stakeholders, best practices from other  
jurisdictions on creating a net positive impact on jobs, small business  
development, housing, and transportation options for the host region;  
Proposed metrics that align with the priority outcomes articulated by  
LA28 and their subcommittees, and that create specific, tangible  
community benefit goals that regional partners across Los Angeles  
County can use as a uniform accountability measure for the  
community-level impact of the Games;  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer, in consultation with all relevant County  
Department Heads, to report back to the Board in writing within 90 days on all  
potential impacts of the Games on County Services building off of coordination  
work underway in the Chief Executive Office including, but not limited to the  
following:  
Resources needed by County Departments, including for planning and  
coordination leading up to the Games, to accommodate the temporary  
population increase; opportunities to leverage revenue streams and  
maximize economic benefits and legacy projects and programs for  
communities most impacted, including leveraging County assets,  
including beaches and parks, and generating revenue to seed an  
ongoing fund for community benefits in highest need communities;  
Partnerships the County can enter into to accomplish the above; and  
Regular regional coordination meetings with the partnered Games host  
city; and  
Instruct the Director of Internal Services to work with the City of Los Angeles to  
ensure that all County contracting opportunities are uploaded into the Regional  
Alliance Marketplace for Procurement system, which will be used for Olympics  
procurement, and report back to the Board in writing within 90 days on the  
progress. (24-1855)  
Attachments:  
Creating a Fee Subsidy Program to Equitably Implement the County’s  
New Microenterprise Home Kitchen Operations Program  
19.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Mitchell and Solis: Adopt the  
Model III subsidy program for the Department of Public Health’s (DPH’s)  
Microenterprise Home Kitchen Operations (MEHKO) Initial Application Review  
Fee, as described in the Chief Executive Officer’s report dated May 15, 2024,  
with the following parameters:  
Up to 1,000 eligible MEHKO permittees will receive a one-time subsidy of  
$597 which represents a 100% subsidy towards their Initial Application  
Review Fee, through June 30, 2026, at a cost of up to $600,000 in total  
subsidies; and  
Eligibility will be limited to MEHKOs with annual net revenues of less than  
$50,000 who are applying for a new MEHKO permit;  
Instruct the Directors of Public Health and Economic Opportunity, to collaborate  
on the design of the education and outreach campaign, with the primary  
purpose of incentivizing prospective MEHKO permittees to join the regulated  
marketplace, with the program to consider the many barriers MEHKO operators  
face when interacting with the government and be linguistically and culturally  
competent;  
Direct the Chief Executive Officer to amend the Board-approved American  
Rescue Plan (ARP) Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (CLFRF)  
Spending Plan to include $1,200,000 in funding for the MEHKO program, which  
will be funded via ARP CLFRF’s revenue loss provisions and include $600,000  
for DPH’s subsidy program and $600,000 for the Department of Economic  
Opportunity’s outreach and education campaign, with the increase to  
correspond with a $1,200,000 reduction of funding for the DPH-administered  
Community Testing program in the Board-approved ARP CLFRF Spending  
Plan; and  
Instruct the Director of Public Health, in collaboration with the Director of  
Economic Opportunity, to report back to the Board in writing within 45 days,  
and quarterly thereafter, until the full amount of the funding subsidy is expended  
or until the subsidy program ends on June 30, 2026. (24-1862)  
Attachments:  
Establishing a Care First Pretrial Agency: Maximizing the Impact of the  
Justice, Care and Opportunities Department  
20.  
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:  
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:  
State of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders in Los  
Angeles County  
21.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Solis: Instruct the  
Executive Director of Racial Equity, in collaboration with the Executive Director  
of the Human Relations Commission, to consult with a representative group of  
Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) stakeholders  
and academic and/or research institutions, to create A State of AANHPI Los  
Angeles County report, and report back to the Board biennially on the following:  
Focus areas to be addressed should be inclusive of, but not limited to,  
physical and mental health, income and employment, housing and  
homelessness, education, safety and justice, child and youth  
development, the built environment, and civic participation/voting;  
An analysis of gaps and barriers regarding access and utilization of  
County programs and services to inform the report recommendations;  
An assessment of the County’s cultural humility, cultural competency,  
and language access practices serving AANHPI communities; and  
Findings and recommendations on actions the County can take to  
address disparities and disproportionalities across focus areas and  
advance equitable outcomes for all AANHPI communities;  
Instruct the Executive Director of Racial Equity, the Director of Public Health,  
and the Acting Chief Information Officer, Chief Executive Office, to report back  
to the Board in writing in 180 days on a Countywide data justice policy that  
standardizes racial, ethnic, cultural, and sociolinguistic data collection,  
disaggregation, and reporting practices; and  
Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to apply for and accept local, State, and  
Federal grants, to support the above efforts; and execute any agreements  
needed to carry out the motion’s directives. (24-1845)  
Attachments:  
Memorandum of Understanding on Cultural Olympic Cooperation  
Between the City of Los Angeles, the County of Los Angeles, the City of  
Paris, and the Département de Seine-Saint-Denis  
22.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Solis: Enter into a  
memorandum of understanding, through the Department of Arts and Culture,  
with the City of Los Angeles through its Department of Cultural Affairs, with the  
City of Paris through its Department of Cultural Affairs, and with the  
Département de Seine-Saint-Denis through its Department of Cultural Affairs, to  
collaborate, share, and learn through artistic and cultural cooperation  
surrounding the 2024 and 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games. (24-1864)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 22nd as “Harvey Milk Day” in Los Angeles County  
23.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Solis: Proclaim May  
22nd of each year as “Harvey Milk Day” throughout Los Angeles County  
beginning in 2024. (24-1869)  
Attachments:  
24.  
Attachments:  
Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Funding - County Support for H.R. 8061  
25.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Hahn: Direct the  
Chief Executive Officer, through the Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental  
Relations Branch, to support H.R. 8061, the Crime Victims Fund Stabilization  
Act, and similar measures, which are consistent with ongoing Federal and State  
advocacy efforts to sustain funding for Victims of Crime Act grantees and  
services. (24-1854)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming June 2024 as “Pride Month” in Los Angeles County and  
Raising the Progress Pride Flag Over Los Angeles County Facilities  
26.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Hahn: Proclaim  
June 2024 as “Pride Month” throughout Los Angeles County; instruct the  
Director of Internal Services to fly the Progress Pride flag over all County  
facilities where the American and California flags are displayed during the  
month of June in honor of “Pride Month;” and instruct the Interim Executive  
Officer of the Board to circulate the County’s updated flag policy and notify  
Departments of the above directives. (24-1859)  
Attachments:  
Financial Health of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority  
27.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisors Horvath and Barger: Direct the  
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director of the Homeless Initiative, Chief  
Executive Office, and the Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles Homeless  
Services Authority, to provide a verbal report back to the Board at the May 21,  
2024 Board meeting, with the following three homeless service providers,  
HOPICS, LA Family Housing, and The People Concern, focused on the  
financial health of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA),  
including the total amount of cash on hand, the total amount of outstanding  
invoices unpaid and past due to providers and vendors, the status of pending,  
incomplete contract amendments that prevent providers from billing for work  
completed, required monthly funding to pay all submitted invoices, payroll, and  
other bills, and the amount of funding past due from the County and its  
additional funders, including the following:  
A written summary of the previous six months of LAHSA’s financial  
position and grants management, addressing LAHSA’s ability to forecast  
spending and to alert funders of the challenges that led to this impending  
crisis;  
Written reports of LAHSA’s cash-flow plan for the next six months and its  
ability to pay past due provider/vendor invoices, fund payroll, and pay  
other bills; and  
Propose alternative payment models for the Board to consider that  
represent a fundamental shift from the current reimbursement-based  
payment model to fund LAHSA and the providers in the homeless service  
system; and  
Instruct the Auditor-Controller to also provide a verbal report back to the Board  
at the May 21, 2024 Board meeting on the status of the LAHSA financial audit  
requested by the Board on February 27, 2024, including the projected timeline  
to completion and final analysis. (24-1832)  
Attachments:  
Next Steps for The Alliance for Health Integration  
28.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Direct the Chief  
Executive Officer, in collaboration with the Directors of Health Services, Public  
Health and Mental Health, to retain a consultant to conduct an evaluation of the  
Alliance for Health Integration (AHI) to determine best practices and areas for  
improvement, and provide recommended options for Board consideration that  
support the collaboration between the three Health Departments to improve  
access to comprehensive health care, and report back to the Board in writing in  
180 days, the consultant services should be offset with existing funding from the  
three Health Departments, with the report to include feedback from key  
stakeholders including, but not limited to, former AHI staff, the Departments of  
Health Services, Mental Health, and Public Health, individuals with lived  
experience, and labor partners, a gap analysis, and an analysis of the staffing  
and reporting structure, priorities, accountability, and recommended options.  
(24-1851)  
Attachments:  
29.  
Attachments:  
Report on Findings to Improve the Quality of Life for LGBTQ+ Angelenos  
30.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Instruct the Director of  
Public Health, in collaboration with the Williams Institute and the Trans Latin@  
Coalition, to provide a verbal report back to the Board at the June 18, 2024  
Policy Presentation Board Meeting, on the findings of the Williams Institute’s  
Lived Experiences in Los Angeles County Survey, and the County Transgender  
and Nonbinary Survey; and instruct the Executive Director of Racial Equity to  
be present for the presentation of these findings to ensure they inform the  
ongoing work that Anti-Racism and Diversity Initiative’s undertakes to uplift and  
support the LGBTQ+ community. (24-1868)  
Attachments:  
Proclaiming May 2024 as "Brain Tumor Awareness Month”  
31.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Proclaim the month of  
May 2024 as “Brain Tumor Awareness Month;” and recognize the University of  
South California’s Brain Tumor Center for their heroic contributions to  
transforming lives and creating resilient communities. (24-1857)  
Attachments:  
Venice Ocean Front Walk Homeless Outreach Pilot Program Fee Waiver  
2024  
32.  
Recommendation as submitted by Supervisor Horvath: Waive parking fees in an  
amount not to exceed $33,975 for 25 vehicles, where the total fee includes the  
$6 Winter Season rate per space on 78 regular weekdays, $8 per space rate  
on five County holidays, the $9 Summer Season rate on 86 regular weekdays,  
and the $18 per space on four County holidays, excluding the cost of liability  
insurance, at the Rose Avenue parking lot located at 300 Ocean Front Walk, for  
the Departments of Mental Health and Health Services, the Los Angeles  
Homeless Services Authority, Venice Community Clinics, and St. Joseph’s  
Center staff parking for the Venice Ocean Front Walk Homeless Outreach Pilot  
Program, to be held Monday through Friday from May 3, 2024 through  
December 31, 2024. (24-1838)  
Attachments:  
33.  
Attachments:  
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Urban and  
Community Forestry Grant Program Award  
34.  
Interim Executive Officer of the Board’s Recommendation: Adopt a resolution  
approving the submittal of an application for grant funds of up to $3,000,000 to  
the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection California Urban and  
Community Forestry Inflation Reduction Act Grant Program, to support the  
development of a roadmap for a region-serving, sustainably funded tree  
giveaway program for County residents and an early-action “Cool Routes to  
School” tree planting project, certifying that County funds are available to begin  
the project, and that the County will expend the grant funds prior to March 31,  
2028, and authorize the Chief Sustainability Officer to conduct negotiations,  
execute, and submit all documents including, but not limited to, applications,  
agreements, amendments, and payment requests necessary for the completion  
of the project; and authorize the Interim Executive Officer of the Board to take  
the following actions:  
Enter into any contracts and agreements, necessary to support the Chief  
Sustainability Officer’s work in carrying out this grant if it is awarded, up  
to the grant amount of $3,000,000;  
Negotiate and execute grant-related amendments to contracts and  
agreements for non-material, technical, and administrative changes to  
the contract, changes to the scope of work, specifically those  
deliverables which are needed to support the Chief Sustainability Officer  
in carrying out the work of the grant proposal, extending the contract  
term for up to two one-year and one six-month period, for a total  
maximum term of three years and six months, terminating the contract for  
convenience when such action is deemed to be in the County’s best  
interest, and/or revising the terms and conditions to align with Board  
policy changes and directives; and  
Authorize non-material changes to the contract, pursuant to a change  
notice, for general County updates. (24-1811)  
Attachments:  
Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes for March 2024  
35.  
Interim Executive Officer of the Board's recommendation: Approve minutes for  
the March 2024 meetings of the Board of Supervisors and Special Districts for  
which the Board is the governing body. NOTE: The minutes for the month of  
March 2024 can be found online at: https://lacounty.gov/sop/ (24-1651)  
Attachments:  
Office of Child Protection  
Countywide Child Protection Strategic Plan Consultant Services Contract  
36.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Interim Executive Officer of the Board to  
negotiate and execute contracts with up to six consultants per year for services  
to assist the Office of Child Protection with implementation of its Countywide  
Child Protection Strategic Plan and other key initiatives, effective for Fiscal  
Years 2024-25 through 2026-27, and the combined annual contract amounts  
will not exceed $500,000 per year; negotiate amendments to the contracts as  
needed, when such amendments are necessary for the success of each  
project, changes to the statement of work, exercise extension options, and  
update the terms and conditions; and terminate the contract for convenience, if  
necessary. (24-1818)  
Attachments:  
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 37 - 97  
Chief Executive Office  
Office of the Assessor Lease  
37.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute a proposed  
lease with Palmer/Flower Street Properties, a California limited partnership, for  
approximately 10,833 sq ft of office space and 71 on-site parking spaces,  
located at 325 West Adams Boulevard in Los Angeles (1) (Premises), to be  
occupied by the Assessor, for a term of ten years, the estimated maximum first  
year base rental amount is $423,000, the estimated total proposed lease  
amount, including costs for parking, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning,  
interior maintenance, Tenant Improvement (TI) and low-voltage costs, is  
$8,863,000 over the ten-year term, the rental costs will be funded by 31.76%  
through Senate Bills 2557 and 813, and the remaining 68.24% by Net County  
Cost (NCC), the Assessor will not be requesting additional NCC for this action;  
authorize the Chief Executive Officer to reimburse the Landlord up to  
$1,040,000 for the County’s TI contribution, paid in lump sum upon TI  
completion; authorize the Assessor to contract with the Director of Internal  
Services, in coordination with the Chief Executive Officer, for the acquisition  
and installation of telephone, data, and low-voltage systems and vendor  
installation (Low-Voltage Items), at a total amount not to exceed $513,000 if paid  
in a lump sum or $618,000 if amortized over five years at 10% interest per  
annum, the costs for the Low-Voltage Items is in addition to the rental costs and  
the County’s TI contribution payable to the Landlord; direct the Chief Executive  
Officer to execute any other ancillary documentation necessary to effectuate  
the terms of the proposed lease, and take actions necessary and appropriate to  
implement the proposed lease including, without limitation, exercising early  
termination rights and up to three options to renew the proposed lease for an  
additional period of two-years each; and find that the proposed lease is exempt  
from the California Environmental Quality Act. (24-1810)  
Attachments:  
County Operations  
Deaccession of Fluid Dynamics by Mythograph at Alondra Community  
Regional Park  
38.  
Recommendation: Approve deaccession of the artwork Fluid Dynamics by artist  
team Mythograph (Kipp Kobayashi and Marta Perlas), created for the Alondra  
Community Regional Park (2), from the County Civic Art Collection; and find  
that the proposed actions are exempt from the California Environmental Quality  
Act. (Department of Arts and Culture) APPROVE (24-1752)  
Attachments:  
Annual County Financial Audit Contract  
39.  
Recommendation: Award and instruct the Chair to sign a three-year contract  
with Macias Gini & O’Connell LLP, to perform annual audits of the County’s  
financial statements and grants as required by Title 2 United States Code of  
Federal Regulations Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost  
Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance),  
effective upon Board approval, the contract amount for the initial three-year  
term is $4,173,228; and authorize the Auditor-Controller to exercise the  
County’s option to extend the contract term for up to two additional one-year  
terms, for a maximum total term of five years, and the maximum contract  
amount, inclusive of all option years, is $7,168,256. (Department of Auditor-  
Controller) APPROVE (24-1808)  
Attachments:  
Request for Temporary Transfers from Available Funds to Meet Financial  
Obligations  
40.  
Recommendation: Adopt a resolution authorizing temporary transfers from  
available funds to meet financial obligations of special districts and other  
entities, which will occur between July 1, 2024 and April 28, 2025.  
(Department of Auditor-Controller) ADOPT (24-1807)  
Attachments:  
Legal Representation for Administrative Proceedings  
41.  
Recommendation: Find that the administrative proceedings involving two  
Assistant County Counsels and one Deputy County Counsel are brought on  
account of acts or omissions in the scope of employment as employees of the  
Office of the County Counsel for the County, that their defense would be in the  
best interests of the County, and that they acted in good faith without actual  
malice, and in the apparent interests of the County; and instruct County  
Counsel to authorize payment for attorneys' fees incurred, at the County's  
expense, anticipated to be approximately $4,700 for the two Assistant County  
Counsels and one Deputy County Counsel. (County Counsel) APPROVE  
(24-1817)  
Attachments:  
Los Angeles County General Plan Amendment  
42.  
Recommendation: Adopt a resolution approving General Plan Amendment No.  
RPPL2022010227-(1-5) and Zone Change No. RPPL2022013866-(1-5), as part  
of Project No. 2022-004173-(1-5), to include minor, technical changes to the  
Green Zone Ordinance (GZ Ordinance) for clarity and ease of use, establish a  
new Combining Zone, the Green Zone (-GZ), which serves to identify  
industrially-zoned parcels currently subject to the GZ Ordinance, and implement  
a zone change program to add the -GZ Combining Zone on industrially-zoned  
parcels in the unincorporated communities of West Carson and West Whittier -  
Los Nietos currently subject to the GZ Ordinance (On September 19, 2023, the  
Board indicated its intent to approve the Green Zone Technical Update);  
certifying the Final Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR),  
Environmental Assessment No. RPPL2022003550-(1 and 5) for the East San  
Gabriel Valley Area Plan and finding it has been prepared in compliance with  
the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the State and County  
guidelines; approving General Plan Amendment No. RPPL2022003554-(1 and  
5), as part of Project No. 2020-00612-(1 and 5) to establish the East San  
Gabriel Valley Planning Area with the updated Land Use Policy Map for the 24  
unincorporated communities of the East San Gabriel Valley Planning Area and  
finding it is consistent with the County General Plan (General Plan), (On  
January 30, 2024, the Board indicated its intent to approve the East San  
Gabriel Valley Area Plan); certifying the Final PEIR, Assessment No.  
RPPL2021011920-(All Districts) has been prepared in compliance with CEQA  
and the State and County guidelines; approving General Plan Amendment No.  
RPPL2021011925-(All Districts), as a part of Project No. PRJ2021-004165-(All  
Districts) to amend the General Plan with the Metro Area Plan (MAP) and  
rescind the East Los Angeles Community Plan, the Walnut Park Neighborhood  
Plan, the West Athens-Westmont Community Plan, and the Florence-Firestone  
Community Plan, and determining the MAP is consistent with and supports the  
goals and policies of the General Plan, (On January 30, 2024 the Board  
indicated its intent to approve the Metro Area Plan.) (County Counsel) ADOPT  
(Relates to Agenda Nos. 76, 77, 78, 79, 80 and 81) (24-1819)  
Attachments:  
Occupational Health Medical Examination Services Master Agreement  
43.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Personnel to award and execute an  
Occupational Health Medical Examination Master Agreement (MA) with vendors  
as they become qualified for the provision of Occupational Health Medical  
Examination Services, including Pre-Employment/Post-Offer examinations,  
Occupationally Mandated Examinations, and Fitness-for-Life examinations for  
County job applicants and employees, effective upon the later of the date of its  
execution by the Director, as authorized by the Board, or July 1, 2024, for a  
term of up to five years through June 30, 2029, with three one-year extension  
options through June 30, 2032; and exercise the extension options, execute  
future amendments to the MA, as necessary, to add, delete, and/or change  
terms and conditions required by the Board, and to maintain compliance with  
County policy and Federal, State, and local laws, rules, and regulations, align  
the MA with County standards and needs including, but not limited to, business  
workflows, protocols, and policies, reduce the scope of services, update,  
delete, or add medical examination services and testing protocols, suspend or  
terminate MA’s for the administrative convenience of the County when vendors  
cease to be in administrative compliance, and execute applicable amendments  
should the original contracting entities merge, be acquired, or otherwise have a  
change of entity. (Department of Human Resources) APPROVE (24-1794)  
Attachments:  
Family and Social Services  
Campership Program Sole Source Contract  
44.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services to  
execute a sole source contract with Happy Trails for Kids for the Campership  
Program, effective July 1, 2024 through August 31, 2024, with a six-month  
extension option, and a total maximum contract amount of $270,000, financed  
by 74% Foster Parent Recruitment, Retention and Support/Flexible Family  
Supports and 26% Net County Cost; and authorize the Director to take the  
following actions: (Department of Children and Family Services) APPROVE  
Execute amendments to the contract to extend the term, and change  
terms and conditions to the statement of work and any of its exhibits, if  
necessary, to accommodate unanticipated changes in service needs and  
to increase or decrease the contract amount not to exceed 15% of the  
contract amount, provided that sufficient funding is available; and  
Terminate the contract for convenience or default by written notice of  
amendment. (24-1744)  
Attachments:  
Behavioral Aide Services for High Risk Youth Sole Source Contract  
Amendment  
45.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Children and Family Services to  
execute an amendment to a sole source contract with Delta-T Group Los  
Angeles, Inc., to increase the total maximum contract amount by $14,565,449,  
from $14,100,000 to $28,665,449, to accommodate an increase in the  
utilization of services, the contract will be financed using 94% 2011 State  
Realignment funds and 6% Complex Care Child Specific State funds for Fiscal  
Year (FY) 2023-24, sufficient funding is included in the Department of Children  
and Family Services' FY 2023-24 Adopted Budget and will be included in future  
Budget Requests. (Department of Children and Family Services) APPROVE  
(24-1770)  
Attachments:  
Veteran Customer Experience Solution  
46.  
Recommendation: Approve a Fiscal Year 2023-24 appropriation adjustment in  
the Information Technology Infrastructure Fund to reallocate $102,000 from  
Services and Supplies to Other Financing Uses, and increase the Department  
of Military and Veterans Affairs’ Other Charges Budget to procure and  
implement the Veteran Customer Experience Solution. (Department of Military  
and Veterans Affairs) APPROVE 4-VOTES (NOTE: The Acting Chief  
Information Officer recommends approval of this item.) (24-1816)  
Attachments:  
In-Home Supportive Services Providers and Recipients Contract  
47.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Social Services to execute a  
contract with the Los Angeles County Personal Assistance Services Council for  
the provision of services to In-Home Supportive Services providers and  
recipients, effective July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2026, at annual Maximum  
Contract Amounts (MCA’s) of $7,350,000 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2024-25 and  
$7,374,000 for FY 2025-26, with a two-year MCA of $14,724,000, funded by  
Federal and State revenue; and authorize the Director to take the following  
actions: (Department of Public Social Services) APPROVE  
Execute amendments to the contract to increase the MCA to include  
additional funds as appropriated by the Board, and as appropriated by  
the State during the two-year term and its extension period; and  
Extend the contract for up to one additional one-year period, and execute  
amendments for instances which affect the scope of work, contract term,  
contract amount, payment terms, or any term or condition in the  
contract, additions and/or changes required by the Board, changes to be  
in compliance with applicable Federal, State, and County regulations,  
and increases or decreases of no more than 10% of the total contract  
amount based on contractor’s performance, County needs, and/or  
funding availability. (24-1753)  
Attachments:  
Health and Mental Health Services  
Wolf Therapy - Power of The Pack Program Sole Source Contract  
48.  
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the Director of Mental Health to  
execute a new sole source contract with Wolf Connection, to implement Wolf  
Therapy - Power of the Pack Program serving children and youth residing in  
the Antelope Valley (5), for a two year term effective July 1, 2024 through June  
30, 2026, with two annual extension options through June 30, 2028, with a Total  
Contract Amount (TCA) of $2,400,000, $1,200,000 for each Fiscal Year, fully  
funded by Mental Health Services Act - Prevention and Early Intervention  
revenue; and authorize the Director to take the following actions: (Department  
of Mental Health) APPROVE  
Execute future amendments to the contract, revise the TCA, rollover  
unspent funds, revise contract language, add, delete, modify, or replace  
the statement of work, and/or reflect Federal, State, and County  
regulatory and/or policy changes, provided that the TCA will not exceed  
an increase of 10% from the Board approved TCA, and sufficient funds  
are available; and  
Terminate the contract in accordance with the contract’s termination  
provisions, including termination for convenience. (24-1774)  
Attachments:  
Mental Health Services Act Two-Year Program and Expenditure Plan  
49.  
Recommendation: Adopt the Department of Mental Health’s Mental Health  
Services Act (MHSA) Two Year Program and Expenditure Plan (Plan) for Fiscal  
Years 2024-25 and 2025-26, the MHSA Plan has been certified by the Director  
of Mental Health and the Auditor-Controller to meet specified MHSA  
requirements in accordance with Welfare and Institutions Code Section 5847.  
(Department of Mental Health) ADOPT (24-1771)  
Attachments:  
Ryan White Part B HIV/Aids Care Program Services Grant Agreement  
50.  
Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Public Health to accept and sign a  
grant agreement received from the California Department of Public Health  
(CDPH) on February 21, 2024, in the amount of $29,320,035, Assistance  
Listing Number 93.917, for the period of April 1, 2024 through March 31, 2029,  
100% funded with Health Resources and Services Administration funds to  
support the Ryan White Program Part B HIV/AIDS Care Program Services,  
funding is included in the Department of Public Health’s Fiscal Year 2023-24  
Final Adopted Budget and will be included in future fiscal years, as necessary,  
the general terms and conditions that are incorporated into the grant include  
provisions requiring the County to indemnify the State for all claims and losses  
related to the grant; and authorize the Director to take the following actions:  
(Department of Public Health) APPROVE  
Accept future grants, agreements, and/or amendment(s), consistent with  
the requirements of the CDPH grant that extend the term at amounts to