Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Final Results: AUG. 19 2008 AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS. Meeting is still ongoing, but all items on Agenda Highlights were acted on already

                                AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS

                           Board of Supervisors, County of Los Angeles  


Contact:  Judy Hammond, Director of Public Affairs, (213) 974-1363

                 Brian Lew, Assistant Director, (213) 974-1652


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Agenda and supporting documents:  http://bos.co.la.ca.us/Categories/Agenda/AgendaHome.asp

Agenda Highlights: http://ceo.lacounty.gov/press.htm                         


                          Aug. 19, 2008           


                                                            Final Results: Aug. 19 Agenda Highlights

(Unless otherwise indicated, vote was 3-0. Molina was late. Yaroslavsky was absent.)


Nisei queen and her court honored as part of the 68th Annual Nisei Week celebration.


Board asked to oppose Prop. 5 on Nov. 8 ballot, which would make significant changes to California’s drug treatment diversion programs for criminal offenders and reduce the parole supervision of some offenders.   (Item S-1, 11 a.m.) VOTED 4-0 TO OPPOSE PROP. 5


Recommendation calls for reissuing $4.5 million in bonds to help developer refinance a 98-unit affordable senior rental housing development in San Fernando.   (Item 1-D) APPROVED


Board asked to issue $21.2 million in revenue bonds to finance acquisition and rehabilitation of 75-unit, 89-unit and 64-unit multi-family rental housing projects in East Los Angeles and unincorporated areas near Whittier and Covina, respectively.  (Items 1-H, 2-H, 3-H) APPROVED


$5.1 million proposal would fund construction of auditorium at Alondra Park in Lawndale.   (Items 1-P, 28) APPROVED


$34,000 increase proposed for MacLaren Satellite Medical Hub Refurbishment project, which will provide health, mental health screenings and forensic assessment to foster children in eastern parts of the County, upping total budget to $284,000.   (Item 9) APPROVED 4-0


Board approval sought for joint powers agreement between County and City of Los Angeles to implement a regional interoperable public safety radio communications system.   (Item 11) APPROVED


Board asked to accept $136,000, plus interest from July 25, 1998, as settlement for five eminent domain lawsuits to acquire rights for freeway construction, and use in three flood control channels, which are transversed  by the 210 Freeway extension.   (Item 15) APPROVED 4-0


Approval sought to build 84-unit senior citizen/developmentally disabled low-income apartment complex with community center in unincorporated East Compton and City of Compton.   (Items 16, 52) APPROVED


Proposal would allow anti-psychotic medication to be administered to County jail inmates who have been found to be mentally incompetent to stand trial and unable to provide informed medication consent due to a mental disorder.  (Item 24) APPROVED


Board approval sought for amended joint powers agreement between the County and the City of Los Angeles to locally regulate the combined operation of Sunshine Canyon Landfill.   (Item 26) APPROVED


Proposal would extend existing lease in Marina del Rey for 39 years to build 400 new apartments, a new 161-slip marina and option to build an additional 126 apartments.  (Item 27, cont. from 8/12) APPROVED 4-0


Recommendation calls for spending $2.4 million to renovate pool and pool building at Salazar Park in East Los Angeles.   (Item 29) APPROVED 4-0


$2.8 million proposal would fund construction of splash pad projects at Atlantic, City Terrace and San Angelo Parks, containing up to 20 interactive water features of varying complexity for children.   (Item 31) APPROVED 4-0


Supervisors asked to approve $3.4 million for new spay/neuter clinics at Baldwin Park and Carson/Gardena Animal Shelters to replace facilities that have deteriorated from heavy use.    (Item 32) APPROVED


$981,000 proposal would replace 20+-year-old modular building used to house firefighters at Lake Los Angeles Fire Station 114, which is in advanced state of disrepair. (Item 33) APPROVED


Permission sought to issue request for proposals to select best approach to design and build the $344.1 million Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Surgery/Emergency Replacement Project.   (Item 34) APPROVED


$1.7 million proposal would award contract to develop a transit-oriented development specific plan in East Los Angeles for the 3rd Street Corridor Metro Gold Line Extension to develop new zoning codes and standards to stimulate development.   (Item 41) APPROVED


Permission sought to apply for and accept $450,000 grant to continue to fund gang violence suppression program in the Antelope Valley.   (Item 45) APPROVED


$175,000 settlement proposed for lawsuits concerning allegations that drainage facilities maintained by the Department of Public Works contributed to flooding which damaged a Castaic plant nursery.  (Item 49) APPROVED


Board asked to adopt the 2008 Congestion Management Program Local Development Report to ensure the County continues to receive its share of gas tax subvention revenues.   (Item 54) APPROVED 4-0


Supervisor Don Knabe requests feasibility study of nine potential boundary adjustments between Los Angeles and Orange Counties.  (Item 55-C)  APPROVED


$170,000 settlement proposed in wrongful death lawsuit arising from injuries sustained by a patient being transferred from LAC+USC Medical Center to White Memorial Medical Center.  (Item 55-E).  SETTLEMENT APPROVED; CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN REFERRED BACK TO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES


 Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich recommends increasing $10,000 reward to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for shooting and killing 16-year-old Samantha Salas on Jan. 26 as she was walking with a friend in area near Monrovia.  (Motion brought in)  APPROVED





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