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1834 - Sinforosa, daughter of Narciso and Crisanta, born at Mission San Fernando; mom from Tejon, dad from Piru; believed to be last speaker of Tataviam language (died 1915) [record]
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The next meeting of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is set for Tuesday, May 14, starting at 9:30 a.m.

The meeting will be streamed live here.

Agenda highlights follow (see the full agenda here):

Presentations & Proclamations:

  • * Department of Human Resources, in recognition as Government Technology’s “Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers of 2019”
  • * Students 4 Students, in recognition of their work to reduce college student homelessness
  • * Van Nuys High School students, in recognition of their social activism
  • * LA County’s 2019 Outstanding Nurses of the Year
  • * Dave Bryan, in recognition of his retirement after 42 years as a television news reporter
  • * Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, in recognition of World Trade Week
  • * Bettina Korek, Ali Subotnick and Hamza Walker, in recognition of Frieze Los Angeles
  • * Department of Public Health and community-based organizations, in recognition of National Prevention Week
  • * May 2019 as “Asian Pacific American Heritage Month” (Item 18)
  • * Proclaim May 12 through 18, 2019 as “National Prevention Week” (Item 21)

Special District Agendas:

  • * Excess Funds for the Eaton Canyon Golf Course General Improvements Project (1-P)

Board Motions:

  • * Expanding the Office of Diversion and Re-Entry’s Housing Program Countywide to Safely Divert More Individuals with Serious Clinical Needs (Item 2)
  • * Supporting Clean Safe Water Within the Sativa Water District and Across California (Item 3)
  • * Proposed Rule to Prohibit Undocumented Immigrants from Receiving Federal Housing Assistance (Item 6)
  • * Tenant Protection Legislation (Item 7)
  • * Maximizing Investment in Housing Innovation (Item 8)
  • * Support Assembly Bill 1788 (Bloom) California Ecosystems Protection Act (Item 9)
  • * West Los Angeles Armory – Bridge Housing Federal Legislation (Item 10)
  • * Ring Subsidy for Unincorporated Communities (Item 13)
  • * Directing the Department of Children and Family Services to Support Faith-Based Consultant (Item 14)
  • * Supporting Transitional Housing in Echo Park for Families Experiencing Homelessness (Item 19)
  • * Interim Housing at 2817 South Hope Street (Item 20)

Chief Executive Office:

  • * Report on the Financial Status of the Sheriff’s Department (Item 25 Report)
  • * Fiscal Year 2019-20 Measure H Funding Recommendations (Item 29)

County Operations:

  • * Annual County Financial Audit Contract (Item 30)

Health and Mental Health Services:

  • * Report on Health Agency Integration (Item 40 Report)
  • * Compromise Offers of Settlement (Item 41)
  • * Drop-In Centers for Transition Age Youth Services Agreement Amendments (Item 45)
  • * HIV/AIDS Case Management, Home-based Services Contracts (Item 49)
  • * Domestic Violence Shelter-Based Program Services Contract Amendments (Item 50)

Community Services:

  • * Mortgage Revenue Bonds for Multifamily Housing in Unincorporated East Los Angeles (Item 51)
  • * Mortgage Revenue Bonds for Multifamily Housing in Unincorporated West Los Angeles (Item 52)
  • * Arboretum and Botanic Garden General Improvements Capital Project (Item 53)
  • * Whittier Boulevard Enhanced Maintenance Services Contract (Item 57)

Public Safety:

  • * Report by the Inspector General on Reforms and Oversight Efforts (Item 68 Report)
  • * 2019 Joint Law Force Enforcement Operations Task Force Funding Obligation (Item 69)

Miscellaneous:

  • * Settlement for the Matter Entitled, ACLU, et al. v. County of Los Angeles, et al. (Item 72)
  • * Osvaldo Ureta v. County of Los Angeles, et al. (Item 73)
  • * V. W. v. County of Los Angeles, et al. (Item 74)

Separate Matter:

  • * 2019-20 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (Item 84)
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