Friday, February 27, 2009

Patt Morrison Mon 3/2


Monday, March 2, 2009

1-3 p.m.


1:00 – 1:30




1:30 – 2:00

The Lost City of Z

In 1925, the infamous explorer Colonel Percy Fawcett disappeared while searching for the ancient civilization of El Dorado, or "Z". A century later, un-phased by stories ending in death, madness, and cannibalism, New Yorker writer David Grann delved deep into the Amazon jungle and a hidden trove of Fawcett's diaries to retrace the explorer's steps. Grann is here with his new book, The Lost City of Z, and new evidence supporting the existence of the mysterious civilization.



David Grann, staff writer, The New Yorker; author of The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon

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2:00 – 2:30





2:30 – 3:00

Sit Down with the Mayor

Antonio Villaraigosa joins us to reflect on his legacy as mayor of Los Angeles—his accomplishments and mistakes over the last four years, what he sees for the future of the city - AND to tell us why he thinks Angelinos should re-elect him in the upcoming March 3rd election. Also – why didn’t he debate the other nine candidates for Mayor? Patt’s questions and yours for the Mayor of Los Angeles.



Antonio Villaraigosa, Mayor of Los Angeles




Thursday, February 26, 2009

Patt Morrison Fri, 2/27


Friday, February 27, 2009

1-3 p.m.



1:00 – 1:40





1:40 – 2:00

Measure E - Bucks for Business

Los Angeles already spends millions of incentive dollars to bring businesses to the city, but supporters of Measure E say it is needed to create a standard strategy and new jobs. The naysayers call the measure financially risky at the least and, at the worst, welfare for the rich.  The proponents for and against E argue the issue.




Walter Moore, spokesman for VoteNoLA .  He is a business trial lawyer and real estate broker, and a candidate for mayor.




Gary Toebben, President and CEO, LA Area Chamber of Commerce






2:00 – 2:30

Regulating Risk: An Oxymoron or Smart Policy for Banks?






2:30 – 3:00




Court decentralizes petition to seal juvenile records

Los Angeles Superior Court

Los Angeles County

Contact: Public Information Office 213-974-5227

Public Information Officer: Allan Parachini





February 26, 2009




Pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code Section 781, “Once a minor has reached the age of 18 years, he may petition the court for sealing of their records, including records of arrest relating to the person’s case, in the custody of the Juvenile Court, probation officer, and any other agency, including law enforcement agencies.” 


Effective March 2, 2009, Petitions to Seal Juvenile Delinquency Court Records will be decentralized and heard at all of the ten juvenile delinquency court locations, i.e., South Central District-Compton, Eastlake Juvenile Court, Inglewood Juvenile Court, Kenyon Juvenile Justice Center, Alfred J. McCourtney Juvenile Justice Center in Lancaster, South District-Long Beach, Los Padrinos Juvenile Court in Downey, Northeast District-Pasadena, East District-Pomona and Sylmar Juvenile Court.  Historically, these petitions have been heard at Eastlake Juvenile Court only.

A petitioner will now have their sealing petition heard at the same court that their delinquency case was last heard. 


A Petition to Seal Juvenile Records may be picked up from and returned to any of the ten juvenile delinquency court locations.  The petition will be forwarded to the appropriate venue if it is returned to a location other than that where the petition will be heard.  The petitioner will receive notice of the hearing date, time, and location. 








Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Weights and Measures Week: March 1-7

DATE: February 25, 2009
Ken Pellman
Public Information Officer
(626) 579-8589/cell (626) 226-6085


MARCH 1-7, 2009

ARCADIA, CA – Kurt E. Floren, Director of Weights and Measures for
the County of Los Angeles, announced the theme for Weights and Measures
Week, March 1 through 7, as "Weights and Measures: Making a
Difference." "Weights and measures officials throughout the country
work together to ensure confidence in the marketplace," said Mr.
Floren. "This collaborative effort results in consumers getting what
they pay for and businesses being assured of the ability to fairly
compete with one another," he continued. "Now, more than ever, we
need to make sure consumers are getting every penny's worth for their

From paint to pastries, from crude oil to croutons, every trade is
based upon a count, measurement, weight or volume. Weights and Measures
personnel inspect and verify the accuracy of commercial scales, meters,
price scanners, and quantity labeling on packaged goods.

Considering that as much as 50% of a family's income is used to
purchase consumer goods, the impact on an inaccurate marketplace can be
significant to each of us. The cost of a regulatory presence is less
than $1.00 per person per year. Yet consumers can realize the full
return on that investment in a single trip to the market.

National Weights and Measures Week is being observed by state and local
jurisdictions throughout the United States. The 2009 National Weights
and Measures Week marks the 210th anniversary of the nation's first
weights and measures law, passed by the Congress of the United States on
March 2, 1799.

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corrected 26th Senate Factsheet -- please replace one sent yesterday

This is a revised copy of the Fact Sheet for the 26th State Senate. Please discard the one sent to you Tuesday. The date for the unexpired term should be November 30, 2010.  The earlier version sent had the incorrect date of December 1, 2010 for the unexpired term. 





Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk
Fact Sheet
March 24, 2009

26th State Senate District Special Primary Election





The Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) will be conducting the 26th State Senate District Special Primary Election on March 24, 2009. The purpose of the Special Primary Election is for electing party candidates for the Special General Election on May 19 which will be held to fill a vacancy in the 26th State Senate District for the unexpired term ending November 30, 2010.  The vacancy resulted from the resignation of the office by Mark Ridley-Thomas after he was elected to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, representing the Second District.





Ballot Groups:                                     1

Vote at Poll Precincts:                                    337

Vote by Mail Precincts:                            17

Average Voters per Precinct:                  1,166

Registered Voters:                                  *393,017

Check in Centers:                                            7 (RR/CC Field Representatives will transport the red

                                                                 boxes from the Check-in Centers to Norwalk)

Precinct Officers:                                            1348 (4 per polling place)

Poll Hours:                                                      7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Sample Ballot Translations:                Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog

Election Cost Estimate:                                  $2.2 million


*Figure as of 2/9/09



The deadline to request a Vote by Mail ballot is Tuesday, March 17 for voters wishing to vote by mail. Under special circumstances, a voter may request an emergency Vote by Mail ballot beginning Wednesday, March 18 through Election Day, March 24 at the RR/CC Headquarters, 12400 Imperial Hwy., Room 3002, Norwalk.  Voters may check the status of their Vote by Mail ballot online at by clicking the Mail Ballot Status button on the main page.  Additional information regarding this service or any questions regarding Vote by Mail voting can be obtained by calling the Vote by Mail Unit at (562) 466-1323 weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., or by accessing the RR/CC website at  


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If any candidate receives a majority of votes (50% + 1) cast at the Special Primary Election, he or she shall be declared elected and the Special General Election shall not be held.

If no candidate receives a majority of votes cast at the Special Primary Election, the name of the candidate of each qualified political party who receives the most votes cast for all candidates of that party shall be placed on the May 19th Special General Election ballot as the candidate of that party.




The unexpired term ends November 30, 2010.





All voting will take place using InkaVote ballots.  Additionally, InkaVote Plus voting equipment will be available at all 337 voting precincts on Election Day to provide: 1) error-detection for all voters prior to casting the ballot, i.e. allowing voters the opportunity to correct a mistake, such as voting for too many candidates in a race or casting a blank ballot and 2) an audio voting option for voters with visual impairments and/or voters who prefer translation assistance in designated languages.  All ballots, whether cast at the voting precincts on Election Day or by mail, will be centrally counted at RR/CC Headquarters, 12400 Imperial Hwy., Norwalk 90650.





On election night, semi-official election results will be available by 1) calling the RR/CC at the telephone numbers listed below, up until all precinct ballots are counted and 2) accessing the Internet at the RR/CC website listed below: 


Telephone Numbers:               Public (562) 466-1310

                                                            Media (562) 462-2648 or (562) 462-2726


RR/CC Website:                       


Semi-official Vote by Mail election results may be available at approximately 8:15 p.m.  As precinct ballots arrive during the evening, updated cumulative results will be available and posted on the RR/CC website.


All ballots cannot be counted on election night.  Election night results are always semi-official.  Additional ballots are counted in the days following the election including:  1) Vote by Mail ballots received through the mail or dropped off at the polls on Election Day.  Vote by Mail



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ballots must be individually signature-verified and then opened prior to tabulation; 2) provisional ballots cast at the voting precincts on Election Day by persons whose eligibility to vote cannot immediately be verified.  Provisional ballots must be individually researched to determine eligibility; 3) damaged ballots that are unable to be processed through the election tally equipment and must be manually duplicated prior to tabulation; and 4) ballots containing write-in votes which must be individually reviewed to determine if the write-in vote is for a qualified/unqualified write-in candidate.






Precinct results will be available in the RR/CC Election Information Section after NOON on March 25th.  Telephone hours on the day after the election are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 


Telephone Numbers:               Public (562) 466-1310

                                                            Media (562) 462-2648 or (562) 462-2726





The RR/CC will conduct the Official Canvass from Wednesday, March 25 to Friday, March 27. 


On Friday, March 27, 2009, the RR/CC is tentatively scheduled to complete the Official Canvass and certify the election results to the Secretary of State.  (E.C. 15301 & 15372)


Final official election results will be posted on the RR/CC website by 6 p.m. on Friday, March 27 (earlier in the day, if possible). 






c/m/m: fs 26SS 3-24-09







City News budget for Wednesday


    Wednesday, February 25, 2009


     City News Service Budget of Activities


8:30 a.m. NORWALK - A pretrial hearing is scheduled for Joshua Titel and Brian Richards. The Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies were indicted on an assault charge involving the alleged beating of a firefighter in Pomona when all three were off duty. Dept. T, Norwalk Courthouse, 12720 Norwalk Blvd. Contact: (562) 807-7248.


8:30 a.m. CIVIC CENTER - The Los Angeles City Council's Housing, Community and Economic Development Committee will meet. Agenda includes a report on the 2009-10 Housing and Community Development plan. City Hall, room 1010, 200 N. Spring St. Contact: Alan Alietti, legislative assistant, (213) 978-1080.


10 a.m. CIVIC CENTER - The Los Angeles City Council will meet. Agenda includes a recommendation to accept a $35,000 grant to help senior citizens transition from analog transmission to digital transmission on the televisions; and a recommendation to prohibit the parking of trailers and semi-trailers on local streets. Council chamber, third floor, City Hall, 200 N. Spring St. Contact: city clerk, (213) 978-1059.


10:30 a.m. CIVIC CENTER - Police Chief William Bratton will hold a news conference to discuss a homicide reported on Jan. 10, 1987, possibly connected to the Grim Sleeper serial killer. Representatives from the sheriff's department and the Inglewood Police Department will also be present. A recording of the call reporting the killing will be available and a photograph of a van belonging to a church disbanded more than 20 years ago will also be released. Los Angeles is offering a reward of up to $500,000 in connection with the killings that occurred between 1985 and 2007 in South Los Angeles and Inglewood. Metropolitan Dispatch Center, third floor media room, 100 N. Los
Angeles St. Contact: LAPD media relations, (213) 485-3586.


11:30 a.m. LOS ANGELES - The National Council of Jewish Women/Los Angeles will present ``Are Rape Victims in Los Angeles Victimized Twice?," a panel discussion examining the impact of the backlog of untested DNA rape kits. Panelists include city Controller Laura Chick; Barry Fisher, a crime lab director for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department; and Ava Rose, clinical director of Women Helping Women Services of NCJW/LA. Jacquelyn Wilcoxen, district chief of the county Department of Mental Health, will moderate. 543 N. Fairfax Ave. Contact: Ruth Williams, NCJW, (323) 852-8505.


12:30 p.m. WHITTIER - County Supervisor Don Knabe, Rio Hondo President Ted Martinez and Assistant Sheriff Paul Tanaka will celebrate the groundbreaking for the South Whittier Educational Center. Sheriff's Training Academy and Regional Services Center, 11515 Colima Road. Contact: Sgt. Eduardo Hernandez, (626) 300-3052.


2 p.m. CIVIC CENTER - The Los Angeles City Council's Transportation Committee will meet. Agenda includes a request for a status update on the state's high-speed train system; a recommendation to establish a car-share program; and a report on the Dodger Stadium shuttle service. City Hall, room 1010, 200 N. Spring St. Contact: Sharon Gin, legislative assistant, (213) 978-1064.

3 p.m. CIVIC CENTER - The Los Angeles City Council's Rules and Government Committee will meet. Agenda includes a report on infrastructure projects that would be eligible for funds through the federal stimulus package. City Hall, room 1070, 200 N. Spring St. Contact: Patrice Lattimore, legislative assistant, (213) 978-1074.


5 p.m. LOS ANGELES - The Exposition Construction Authority, which is studying the proposed extension of the Expo Line from the current planned terminus at Venice and Robertson Boulevards in Culver City to a terminus in Santa Monica, will hold a public hearing to discuss the Draft Environmental Impact Report. Webster Middle School, 11330 W. Graham Place. Contact: Kristine Grillo, PR, (323) 669-7652.


7:30 p.m. CIVIC CENTER - The LA Opera will present a performance of Richard Wagner's ``Das Rheingold," the opening installment of the four-part epic ``Der Ring des Nibelungen." The cast includes Vitalij Kowaljow in his debut as Wotan; baritone Gordon Hawkins as Alberich; tenor Arnold Bezuyen as Loge; and mezzo-soprano Michelle DeYoung as Fricka. Performances continue through March 15. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 135 N. Grand Ave. Contact: Gary Murphy, LA Opera, (213) 972-7554; Erin Kane, LA Opera, (213) 972-7274.


Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Patt Morrison for Wednesday 2/25/09


Wednesday, February 25, 2009

1-3 p.m.





1:06 – 1:39




1:41 – 1:58:30

Men and Medicine

Going to see the doctor has never been a "macho" thing to do, and women are much more likely than men to make that appointment.  What factors cause some men to be hesitant to talk about their health, get a regular check up, or even see the doc when they're really sick?  And what are the dangers of delaying that doctor's visit? We examine the difference and the consequences in how the sexes deal with their health.


PATT:  that this is the latest edition in our Health Dialogues series



Dr. Roy Young,   Professor of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA




2:06 – 2:39

Big Man on Campus
It's our monthly sit-down with the big man on campus, LA Unified superintendent Ramon C. Cortines. This month Patt asks the superintendent about corruption allegations against LAUSD's Wonder of Reading program, controversial school expansion plans in Playa Vista and Sylmar, and the latest budget cut details—will the superintendent be forced to take back his pledge of no mid-year teacher layoffs? We also get his input on the upcoming March 3rd Board of Education elections.



Superintendent Ramon Cortines, superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District




2:41 – 2:58:30

Barbie and Ruth

Throughout her history, Barbie has been both cultural icon and chimera—both the object of young girls’ envy and feminists’ resentment. But the lesser known story is of the female creator behind Barbie, Ruth Handler, the tenth child of Polish Jewish immigrants, who fought to establish herself in a fiercely male-dominated field. Author Robin Gerber is here with the tragic, redeeming story of two women who changed American business and culture.



Robin Gerber, author of Barbie and Ruth: the Story of the World’s Most Famous Doll and the Woman Who Created Her





Jonathan Serviss

Producer, Patt Morrison Program

KPCC 89.3 FM / Southern California Public Radio

NPR Affiliate for Los Angeles

626.585.7821 /





Supervisor, Fourth District

County of Los Angeles

822 Hahn Hall of Administration


        FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                           Contact:        David A. Sommers

                                                                                                                                        (213) 974-1095

                                                                                                                                        (213) 453-6446 (cell)




LOS ANGELES, February 24, 2009 – The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a $10,000 reward today, at the request of Supervisor Don Knabe, for information related to the murder of 28-year old, Torrance resident, Cori Daye Desmond.

On Valentine’s Day night, Cori went to visit some friends working at the Bac Street Lounge in Redondo Beach.  While at the lounge, Cori reportedly was involved in an argument with an unidentified patron.  She was last seen walking to her car alone at 2:30 a.m.  Her body was found stuffed in a bag and dumped on a snowy San Bernardino County road on February 16.  She was murdered, a victim of blunt force trauma.  Her blue-gray Jeep Wrangler was found abandoned on Mackay Lane, just a short walk from the Bac Street Lounge.

San Bernardino County detectives are searching for Cori’s killer and they ask that anyone with any information that might help solve this senseless murder contact them at 909-387-3589 or call We Tip at 1-800-78-CRIME.  To help in this effort, the County of Los Angeles is offering this reward to encourage anyone with information to come forward.

“It is important for the County of Los Angeles to display an unwavering stance against random acts of violence,” said Supervisor Knabe.  “In order to bring these suspects to justice, and demonstrate our intolerance to such deplorable crimes, I believe this reward should be established, hoping someone will come forward so that we can bring these suspects to justice.”

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report of closed session -- Board of Supervisors



FEBRUARY 24, 2009




(Subdivision (c) of Government Code Section 54956.9)


Initiation of litigation (two cases)  (09-0178)


No reportable action was taken.




(Subdivision (c) of Government code Section 54956.9)


Initiation of litigation (one case)  (09-0307)


No reportable action was taken.




(Subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9)


Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science v. County of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. TC 020 609


This is a lawsuit alleging breach of a Medical School Affiliation Agreement.  (07-1221)


In Open Session, this item was continued two weeks to March 10, 2009




Report of Action Taken in

Closed Session on

February 24, 2009

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(Subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9)


Raymond Amande v. County of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. BC 373715


This litigation arises from injuries sustained during plaintiff’s detention in a probation facility.  (09-0346)


The Board authorized settlement of the lawsuit titled Raymond Amande v. County of Los Angeles. The substance of the settlement will be disclosed upon inquiry by any person as soon as the settlement becomes final following approval by all parties. 


The vote of the Board was unanimous with all members being present.




(Government Code Section 54956.8)


To provide instructions to its real estate negotiators with respect to a proposed lease amendment for the following property within the Marina del Rey Small Craft Harbor:


Property:                       Parcel 15U (Esprit II)

                                      4240-50 Via Marina/14014-160 Panay Way


County Negotiators:    William T Fujioka, Santos H. Kreimann

                                      and Richard Volpert


Negotiating Parties:     County and Esprit TWO LLC (Doug Ring)


Under Negotiation:      Price and Terms  (09-0326)


No reportable action was taken.


Ridley-Thomas Urges Hiring of At-Risk Youth with Federal Stimulus Package Funding


         Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas

                                                L.A. County Board of Supervisors, 2nd District



February 24, 2009                                                                 Contact:   James Bolden 213.200.5314          


Ridley-Thomas Urges Hiring of At-Risk Youth

with Federal Stimulus Package Funding


He asks that contractors and vendors who seek to do business with the

County be required to provide jobs, job training or similar programs for youth


LOS ANGELES – Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas today directed the County’s Chief Executive Office to develop recommended actions to ensure that the use of Federal Economic Stimulus Package funds will create jobs, job training and other similar public benefits for at risk youth in the County.


“The Federal Economic Stimulus Package will provide us with an opportunity to create a significant number of new jobs for the people of L.A. County,” Supervisor Ridley-Thomas stated in his request. “Contractors and vendors who seek to do business with the County should be required to hire at-risk youth or provide job training or similar programs as part of the term of the contract.”


Supervisor Ridley-Thomas emphasized by requiring contractors to hire at-risk youth, “we can ensure the Federal Economic Stimulus Package will provide long-term public benefits for the people in Los Angeles County.”


Supervisor Ridley-Thomas urged the Chief Executive Office to work with County Counsel, Department of Public Works, Internal Services Department and any other relevant departments to work together to identify steps that the County can take to ensure that the stimulus funds will be put to good use and will create employment for those most in need. 


He asked the County Chief Executive Officer to report back to the board within 30 days with a specific list of recommended actions, which will ensure that the use of the federal stimulus funds will be used to benefit the County’s youth crime prevention efforts. 


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Final Results: Feb 24 2009 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


Live videofeed, English and Spanish, Telco #948075      Audio–(213) 974-4700 or

                                                                                                   (877) 873-8017 ext. 111111# English

                                                                                                                           ext. 222222# Spanish

Agenda and supporting documents:

Agenda Highlights:                               Feb. 24, 2009       


Final Actions: Feb. 24 Agenda Highlights

(Unless otherwise indicated, vote was 5-0.) 


Japan American Society honored in recognition of its 100th anniversary celebration.


Status report to be given on transition to new LAC+USC Medical Center.  (Item S-1, 11 a.m.) RECEIVED AND FILED


Report scheduled on status of state budget and proposal to defer/delay payments to the County, and recommended actions to prevent or mitigate such impacts.  (Item S-2, 11:30 a.m.) RECEIVED AND FILED


Board asked to approve easement with the City of Lakewood which would allow $175,000 in   privately funded site improvements to be made at the Lakewood Golf Course.   (Item 4) APPROVED


Proposal would require conditional use permit for establishing private schools in unincorporated rural agricultural areas, including those in the Santa Clarita/Antelope Valleys, due to the increased demands on public infrastructure and traffic and noise concerns. (Item 7) APPROVED RECOMMENDATION OF REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION AND DIRECTED COUNTY COUNSEL TO PREPARE ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION


Proposal would establish community development standards for the Foothill Boulevard corridor project in La Crescenta - Montrose area, including guidelines for landscaping and architectural/structure/parking lot design.  (Item 8) DIRECTED COUNTY COUNSEL TO PREPARE FINAL ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION


Approval sought to establish community development standards for the Elizabeth Lake - Lake Hughes area, in effort to preserve the rural character/sensitive environmental setting.   (Item 9) DIRECTED COUNTY COUNSEL TO PREPARE FINAL ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION, INCLUDING ADDITIONAL MINOR REVISIONS RECOMMENDED BY REGIONAL PLANNING


Board asked to approve plans for constructing 75-unit low-income senior citizen development in Quartz Hill area of the Antelope Valley.   (Item 12) INDICATED ITS INTENT TO APPROVE AND INSTRUCTED COUNTY COUNSEL TO PREPARE FINDINGS AND CONDITIONS


Supervisor Gloria Molina proposes extension of $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for the hit-and-run death of Pauline Squires at intersection of Azusa Avenue and Fourth Street in Azusa in 2004.  (Item 13) APPROVED


Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky requests formal proposal be submitted to rename Negrohead Mountain near Seminole Hot Springs as Ballard Mountain in honor of John Ballard, an early African-American pioneer whose spirit and civic contributions helped shape the growth and development of the City of Los Angeles during the 1800s. (Item 14) APPROVED, WITH FACTUAL CHANGES TO THE INTRODUCTION


$1.5 million proposal would fund purchase of building and parking structure in Lincoln Heights area to house personnel from the Department of Public Social Services.  (Item 16) APPROVED


Board asked to adopt the updated County Strategic Plan.  (Item 23, cont. from 2/17) CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICE CONT. TO 3/3


Supervisor Don Knabe proposes $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person who killed 28-year-old Torrance resident Cori Daye Desmond in February and dumped her body on a San Bernardino County road.   (Motion introduced at meeting.)  APPROVED


Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas asks recommendations within 30 days on ways to ensure economic stimulus package funds will create jobs, jobs training and other benefits for at-risk youth in County.  (Motion introduced at meeting.)  APPROVED


Supervisors meet in closed session to discuss lawsuit filed by Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science alleging breach of a medical school affiliation agreement. (Item CS-3)


Supervisors meet in closed session to discuss lawsuit arising from injuries sustained during youth’s detention in a probation facility.  (Item CS-4)