The next meeting of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is set for Tuesday, January 30, starting at 9:30 a.m.
The meeting will be streamed live [here].
Here are agenda highlights:
Retired California Highway Patrol Captain Paul Medeiros recognized for his service to the East Los Angeles community.
Jobs to Move America and a coalition of organizations recognized for their collaborative efforts in the adoption of the U.S. Employment Plan Policy at Metro.The Long Beach Fire Department’s Search and Rescue Team commended for their heroic efforts in rescuing victims of the catastrophic mudslides in Montecito.
In honor of “National Blood Donor Month,” Alan Bleemers recognized as the first LA County resident to reach 100 gallons of blood donations with LifeStream.
BizFed celebrated in honor of their 10th Anniversary.
Supervisors Solis and Kuehl support legislation that favors the County’s judgment against Sherwin-Williams, National Lead Industries and ConAgra. (Item 2)
Supervisor Ridley-Thomas recommends the facilitation of the transfer of land surrounding the 103rd Street/Watts Towers Blue Line Station in the City of Los Angeles for the development of affordable housing. (Item 5)
Supervisors Barger and Ridley-Thomas direct the Chief Executive Officer to work with the Director of Mental Health to sponsor legislation that would amend the definition of gravely disabled. (Item 8, Report)
Report by the Chief Executive Officer on Board Directed Priorities. (Item 10 Report, Presentation)
Annual report by the Chief Executive Office on Risk Management for Fiscal Year 2016-17. (Item 11 Report)
Authorization sought by the Chief Executive Officer to implement the process to review and finalize the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Funding Recommendations for the Measure H-funded Homeless Initiative Strategies. (Item 13)
Recommendation to award two contracts for as-needed subpoena services to Team Legal and First Records Retrieval with a maximum potential contract amount of $632,500. (Item 15)
Recommendation to approve several Americans with Disabilities Act Shelter Improvement projects with a total budget of $1,310,000. (Item 17)
Recommendation to approve the proposed Environmental Health Headquarters Parking Lot Replacement Project and a budget of $1,020,000. (Item 18)
Report by the Health Agency on their progress serving as the Capital Improvements Intermediary. (Item 20 Report)
Recommendation to award a contract for as-needed flagging services to Myers & Sons Hi-Way Safety for a one year term in the amount of $1,500,000. (Item 29)
Recommendation to approve the Overhill Drive-La Brea Avenue to Slauson Avenue project to carry out accelerated delivery and adopt plans at an estimated amount between $1,200,000 to $2,000,000. (Item 30)
Adopt traffic regulation orders establishing Tow Away Zones during street sweeping in Rosewood/West Rancho Dominguez and Willowbrook. (Item 32)
Authorization sought to issue purchase orders for retroactive payments to Hot Line Construction and Stephen Doreck Equipment for emergency work performed at Men’s Central Jail and Pitchess Detention Center. (Item 35)
The Claims Board recommends a $ $1,000,000 settlement for a lawsuit which seeks compensation for the minor child and parents for their decedent’s alleged wrongful death and Federal civil rights violations caused by Sheriff’s Deputies. (Item 39)
See the complete agenda [here].