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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has published the agenda for their Tuesday, Sept. 3 meeting starting at 1 p.m.

The meeting will be streamed live here.

Among other items, the Supervisors will consider:

There will also be a closed session to consider the pending County of Los Angeles v. Sheriff Alex Villanueva, et al. lawsuit.

More Sept. 3 meeting agenda highlights follow (see the full Sept. 3 agenda here):

Presentations & Proclamations:

  • NAACP Pasadena, in recognition of its 100th anniversary
  • Office of Emergency Management, in recognition of “National Preparedness Month” (Item 17)
  • Proclaim September 2019 as “Voting Solutions for All People Month (Item 7)
  • Proclaim the month of September 2019 as “Childhood Cancer Awareness Month” (Item 16)

Special Districts Agenda:

Board Motions:

  • Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner Collection of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data (Item 3)
  • Opposing the Federal Administration’s Expanded Detention of Migrant Children (Item 6)
  • Promoting Timely Access to Funds for Young People in the County’s Care (Item 10)
  • County Employee Election Worker Program (Item 13)

Chief Executive Office:

  • Los Angeles-Focused Bioscience Investment Fund Negotiating Agreement (Item 20)
  • On-Call Master Plan and Strategic Facilities Planning Services Consultant Service Agreement (Item 21)
  • Responses to the 2018-19 Civil Grand Jury Final Report Recommendations (Item 23)

County Operations:

  • Tax Rate Resolution (Item 25)
  • Resolution for Project No. 2010-01687-(2), Florence-Firestone Community Plan (Item 27, Item 55, Item 56)
  • Resolution for Project No. R2018-000002-(All Districts), Step by Step Los Angeles County Pedestrian Plans for Unincorporated Communities (Item 28)
  • Online Auctions of Tax Defaulted Property Services Contract (Item 34)
  • Revised Board Policy No. 4.047, Community Facilities District Goals and Policies (Item 35)

Health and Mental Health Services:

  • Glendora Community Hospital Emergency Department and General Acute Care Services Closure (Item 39)

Community Services:

  • Special Events Master Agreements (Item 45)
  • Connect City Signals to Public Works’ Traffic Signal Control System Cooperative Agreements (Item 47)
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Campus Behavioral Health Center Renovation Project Construction Contract (Item 48)
  • Parkway Concrete Maintenance Job Order Contracts (Item 51)

Miscellaneous:

  • Settlement for the Matter Entitled, Claim of Karen Nishita (Item 57)
  • Settlement of the Matter Entitled, Auston May and Ashton May v. County of Los Angeles, et al. (Item 58)

Closed Sept. 3 Session:

  • County of Los Angeles v. Sheriff Alex Villanueva, et al. (CS-1)
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