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The next meeting of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is set for Tuesday, June 19, starting at 9:30 a.m.

The meeting will be streamed live [here].

Among the agenda highlights, the Supervisors will review a report on regulation of commercial medical and adult-use cannabis. They could decide to keep the current ban on commercial cannabis in unincorporated areas in place, allow and regulate all types of medical and adult-use commercial cannabis activity, or limit and regulate the use.

Here are more agenda highlights:

Presentations:

  • Awardees of the Child360 Early Educator of the Year Award
  • David Fleischer for his work developing a strategy for increasing voters’ openness to inclusiveness and diversity
  • Los Angeles County Advisory Working Group on Cannabis Regulation
  • Sergeant Francine Rizzio, in honor of her contributions to the improvement of patient-inmate care in County jails

Supervisor Hahn recommends approval of the Los Nietos Community and Senior Center Project. (1-D)

Approval sought for a Cooperation Agreement with the City of Hidden Hills to allow their participation in the Los Angeles Urban County Community Development Block Grant Program. (2-D)

Approval sought on the annual purchase of property, excess workers’ compensation, excess liability and crime and pollution insurance at an amount not to exceed $1,500,000. (3-D)

Approval sought on Funding and Environmental Documentation for Two Affordable Housing Developments. (4-D)

Supervisors Barger and Solis declare July 9 as “Foster Youth Shadow Day.” (Item 2)

Support Senate Bill 10: California Money Bail Reform Act of 2017. (Item 7)

Supervisors Hahn and Solis instruct the Library to identify $1,800,000 in ongoing funding to offset the cost of suspending existing Board contributions to the Library’s budget. (Item 9)

Supervisors Hahn and Solis authorize the Fire Department and Chief Executive Office to contract for consultant services to determine voter support for a ballot measure to fund critical infrastructure needs. (Item 10)

Report on Countywide Strategy for Transitional Aged Foster Youth. (Item 13 not available)

Authorization sought for the Chief Executive Office to execute a sole source agreement with Child Development Consortium Los Angeles to operate the Van Nuys Child Development Center. (Item 15)

Report on regulation of commercial medical and adult-use cannabis. (Item 18)

Authorization sought to increase the threshold for the Enterprise Services Master Agreement Program to an annual dollar threshold of $30,000,000 for calendar year 2018. (Item 19)

Authorization sought on an increasing the threshold to $6,000,000 for calendar year 2018 for access to Microsoft resources and provision of technical support services to County Departments. (Item 20)

Authorization sought for Health Services to amend an agreement with Insight Health Corporation, for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services at an estimated annual amount of $6,536,837. (Item 28)

Authorization sought for Health Services to amend agreements for temporary or as-needed health information management personnel, at an annual amount not to exceed $8,789,317 for all agreements. (Item 29)

Authorization sought for the Public Health to execute a contract for the provision of Trauma Prevention Initiative: Street Outreach and Community Violence Intervention Services for a total of $1,800,000. (Item 32)

Authorization sought for the Parks and Recreation to execute an agreement to purchase recycled water for irrigation purposes at Whittier Narrows Recreation Area and Golf Course, for an estimated amount of $680,000. (Item 34)

Public Works is seeking Board certification of the Final Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Consolidated Correctional Treatment Facility project, also known as the Men’s Central Jail Replacement project, with a total project budget of $2,218,231,000. (Item 37)

Approval sought for an ordinance for introduction to amend the proprietary petroleum pipeline franchise granted to Brea Canon Oil Co., Inc. (Item 41, relates to Item 62)

Approval sought for an Electronic Permitting and Inspections Contract Amendment. (Item 46)

Approval sought for the sole source acquisition of mission equipment systems, final outfitting, and configuration for the recently purchased Sikorsky S70i Black Hawk helicopters, not to exceed $12 million. (Item 48)

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