Monday, June 7, 2010




                                    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:                                                       


        June 7, 2010


June 9 (Wednesday) Agenda Highlights

(Meeting begins at 9:30 a.m.; meeting on Wednesday due to election on Tuesday.) 


Board approval sought to issue $9.8 million in bonds to finance additional rehabilitation of low- income apartment complex in Rowland Heights.  (Item 1-H, 64)


Action would allow the Housing Authority to apply for additional Section 8 vouchers for non-elderly disabled individuals and their families.  (Item 6-H)


Board asked to approve $1.2 million contract with the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation to create/maintain jobs and stimulate business growth in distressed/underdeveloped areas of the County.  (Item 11)


$112,500 proposal would fund joint program with the City of Los Angeles for programs to reduce gang violence in the Harbor Gateway area.   (Item 12)


Proposal would declare official the results for the Santa Monica Unified School District Special Parcel Tax Election held on May 25.  (Item 15)


Action would finalize the merger of the L. A. County Commission on Aging and the L.A. County Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council, and ensure the new L.A. County Commission for Older Adults is operational by July 1.   (Items 19, 63)


Pilot program would use community-based groups to work with General Relief recipients to qualify them for federal Supplemental Security Income.  (Item 21, cont. from 5/18)


$205,000 proposal would fund contracts with three area law centers to provide emergency short-term housing-related services to prevent evictions/preserve stable housing for needy families.  (Item 22)


Acceptance of $10.6 million from state would fund programs to support tobacco control and prevention services. (Item 40)


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