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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has published the agenda for their Tuesday, August 13 meeting starting at 9:30 a.m.

The meeting will be streamed live here.

Among other items, the Supervisors will consider:

  • Expanding Accessory Dwelling Units as Homes for People Experiencing Homelessness (3-D, Item 29)
  • Health Care Benefits for Non-Convicted Justice-Involved Individuals (Item 9)
  • Advancing Effective Strategies to Prevent Mass Shootings in Los Angeles County (Item 16).

More August 13 meeting agenda highlights follow (see the full agenda here):

Presentations & Proclamations:

  • The 2019 Los Angeles County Lifeguards Medal of Valor recipients
  • The Valley Industry and Commerce Association, in recognition of their 70th anniversary
  • The Department of Children and Family Services’ Enrichment Plus Award recipients
  • In remembrance of the 1999 North Valley Shootings and in recognition of Developing Increased Safety Through Arms Reduction Management (D.I.S.A.R.M.)
  • Angelo Bellomo, in recognition of his retirement after 21 years of service with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
  • The Nisei Week Foundation and the Nisei Week Court
  • Valley Fever Awareness and Support for House Resolution 2858 (Item 11)

Special Districts Agenda:

  • Approval of an Option to Lease Agreement and Public Transit Plaza Funding for the Vermont Manchester Mixed-Use Development (1-D, Item 25)
  • Affordable Housing Programs Budget Unit Fiscal Year 2019-20 Allocations (2-D, Item 28)
  • Expanding Accessory Dwelling Units as Homes for People Experiencing Homelessness (3-D, Item 29)
  • Homeless Initiative Strategy F7 Housing Innovation Challenge Contracts (5-D, Item 34)
  • Mortgage Revenue Bonds for Multifamily Housing in Unincorporated East Los Angeles (6-D)
  • Mortgage Revenue Bonds for Multifamily Housing in Unincorporated Florence-Firestone (7-D)

Board Motions:

  • Using Assembly Bill 2766 Subvention Funds to Support Alternate Worksite and Work Schedule Initiatives in Los Angeles County (Item 2)
  • Support for House Resolution 2723 – the National Multimodal and Sustainable Freight Infrastructure Act (Item 3)
  • Health Care Benefits for Non-Convicted Justice Involved Individuals (Item 9)
  • Improving Veteran Access to Care (Item 10)
  • National Trends in Reducing Dependency on Natural Gas Through Electrification (Item 12)
  • Cancellation of Design-Build Contract with McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. (Item 14)
  • Foster Youth to Independence Initiative for Former Foster Youth (Item 15)
  • Advancing Effective Strategies to Prevent Mass Shootings in Los Angeles County (Item 16)
  • Support for the Free the Vote Act (ACA 6) (Item 21)
  • Restructuring the Juvenile Justice System: Building a Health-Focused Model (Item 22)
  • Care for Individuals in Custody who are Experiencing Serious Mental Illness (Item 23)
  • Reducing Utility Costs and Improving Energy Efficiency by Proceeding with Power Purchase Agreements and Energy Service Agreements for County Buildings (Item 24)
  • Diversity and Inclusion in Public Finance (Item 27)

Chief Executive Office:

  • Report on Board Established Priorities (Item 33)
  • Information Security Program Maturity Assessment and Perimeter Penetration Test Funding (Item 36)
  • Measure H Funding Recommendations for Fiscal Years 2020-21, 2021-22 and 2022-23 (Item 37)

County Operations:

  • Fraud Hotline and Investigative Services Agreement (Item 38)
  • Special Tax Levy for Community Facilities Districts 3, 6 and 7 (Item 40)

Health and Mental Health Services:

  • Correctional Health Services Agreement Amendment (Item 41)
  • Proposition A Housekeeping Services Agreement Amendments (Item 42)
  • Web-Based One-E-App System and Related Services Sole Source Agreement Amendment (Item 43)
  • Portland Identification and Early Referral Early Psychosis Program Contract Amendments (Item 45)
  • Lead Hazard Remediation and Healthy Homes Intervention Services Master Agreement (Item 46)

Community Services:

  • As-Needed Golf Course Operation Services Master Agreements (Item 49)
  • Brackett Field Airport Rehabilitation Project Construction Contract (Item 50)

Public Safety:

  • Annual Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification Report (Item 62)
  • Report by the Inspector General on Reforms and Oversight Efforts (Item 63)
  • Report on Compliance with the Rosas Agreement (Item 64)

Ordinances for Adoption:

  • County Code, Title 6 – Salaries Amendment (Item 66)
  • County Code, Title 2 – Administration Amendment (Item 67)

Miscellaneous:

  • Settlement of the Matter Entitled, Michael Ross v. County of Los Angeles, et al. (Item 68)

Public Hearing:

  • Hearing on Project No. 2016-000317-(2) for the Connect Southwest LA: A Transit Oriented District Specific Plan for West Athens-Westmont (Item 76)
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