Meeting
  City Logo

AGENDA

LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL

 

 
    Friday, March 25, 2022

10:00 AM


JOHN FERRARO COUNCIL CHAMBER

ROOM 340, CITY HALL

200 NORTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012

Submit written comment at LACouncilComment.com
 
President GILBERT A. CEDILLO, First District
NURY MARTINEZ, Sixth District PAUL KREKORIAN, Second District
  BOB BLUMENFIELD, Third District
  NITHYA RAMAN, Fourth District
President Pro Tempore PAUL KORETZ, Fifth District
MITCH O’FARRELL, Thirteenth District MONICA RODRIGUEZ, Seventh District
  MARQUEECE HARRIS-DAWSON, Eighth District
Assistant President Pro Tempore CURREN D. PRICE, JR., Ninth District
VACANT HERB J. WESSON, JR., Tenth District
  MIKE BONIN, Eleventh District
  JOHN S. LEE, Twelfth District
  KEVIN DE LEÓN, Fourteenth District
  JOE BUSCAINO, Fifteenth District

PUBLIC COMMENT
Pursuant to Assembly Bill 361, and due to concerns over Covid-19, the City Council will take all public comment by teleconference.

CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS ARE BROADCAST LIVE ON CABLE TELEVISION CHANNEL 35 AND ON THE INTERNET AT: HTTPS://CLERK.LACITY.ORG/CALENDAR. LIVE COUNCIL MEETINGS CAN ALSO BE HEARD AT: (213) 621-CITY (METRO), (818) 904-9450 (VALLEY), (310) 471-CITY (WESTSIDE) AND (310) 547-CITY (SAN PEDRO AREA)

Members of the public who wish to offer public comment to the Council should call 1 669 254 5252 and use Meeting ID No. 160 535 8466 and then press #. Press # again when prompted for participant ID. Once admitted into the meeting, press *9 to request to speak.

Requests for reasonable modification or accommodation from individuals with disabilities, consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act can be made by contacting the City Clerk's Office at (213) 978-1133. For Telecommunication Relay Services for the hearing impaired, please see the information located on page 2 of this agenda.

Telecommunication Relay Services

Telephone communication is one of the most important forms of communication in society today. Due to advancements in technology, telephone devices have evolved with new services and capabilities. Individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing, and individuals with a speech disability are following these trends and are rapidly migrating to more advanced telecommunications methods, both for peer-to-peer and third-party telecommunications relay service (TRS) communications.

Telecommunications Relay Service is a telephone service that allows persons with hearing or speech disabilities to place and receive telephone calls. TRS is available in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. territories for local and/or long distance calls. TRS providers - generally telephone companies - are compensated for the costs of providing TRS from either a state or a federal fund. There is no cost to the TRS user.

What forms of TRS are available?There are several forms of TRS, depending on the particular needs of the user and the equipment available: TRS includes: Text to Voice TIY-Based TRS; Speech-to-Speech Relay Service; Shared Non-English Language Relay Service; Captioned Telephone Relay Service; Internet Protocol Relay Service; and Video Relay Service. Please visit this site for detail descriptions, https://www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/telecommunications-relay-service-trs.

Don't hang up! Some people hang up on TRS calls because they think the CA is a telemarketer. If you hear, "Hello. This is the relay service .. . " when you pick up the phone, please don't hang up! You are about to talk, through a TRS provider, to a person who is deaf, hard-of-hearing, or has a speech disability.

For more information about FCC programs to promote access to telecommunications services for people with disabilities, visit the FCC's Disability Rights Office website.

SE OFRECE UN SERVICIO DE TRADUCCION AL ESPANOL EN TODAS LAS REUNIONES DEL CONSEJO MUNICIPAL

 

BASIC CITY COUNCIL MEETING RULES

AGENDAS - The City Council meets Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:00 A.M. The agendas for City Council meetings contain a brief general description of those items to be considered at the meetings. Council Agendas are available in the Office of the City Clerk, Council and Public Services Division, Room 395, City Hall, 200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012, and on the City's website at lacity.org; or lacouncilcalendar.com.

Ten (10) members of the Council constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. The Council may consider an item not listed on the agenda only if it is determined by a two-thirds (10) vote that the need for action arose after the posting of an Agenda. Some items on the agenda may be approved without any discussion, however, any item may be called "special" by a Councilmember. If an item is called "special" it will be "held" until the remainder of the items on the Council agenda have been acted on by the Council. An item may also be called "special" if a member of the public has requested to speak on the item and a public hearing was not previously held.

The City Clerk will announce the items to be considered by the Council, however items will be grouped. For example, all items for which required public hearings have not previously been held are listed in one section on the printed agenda. The Council President will ask if any Councilmember or member or the public wishes to speak on one or more of these items. If anyone wishes to speak on an item, it will be called "special". The remaining items in this section will be voted on by Council with one roll call vote.

PUBLIC INPUT AT CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS - An opportunity for the public to address the Council on agenda items for which public hearings have not been held will be provided at the time the item is considered or during the Multiple Agenda Item Comment period. Members of the public who wish to speak on items shall be allowed to speak for up to one minute per item up to a total of three minutes per meeting. The Council has determined that a cumulative total of 20 minutes is a reasonable minimum amount of time for the Multiple Agenda Item segment of each regular meeting.

The Council will also provide an opportunity for the public to speak on public interest items. Each speaker shall be limited to one minute of general public comment each regular meeting for a cumulative total of ten (10) minutes. The Council shall not discuss or take action relative to any general public comment.

If you wish to provide documents to the full Council for consideration on an item, please present the Sergeant-At-Arms with 35 copies. Otherwise, your materials will simply be added to the official record.

COUNCIL DISCUSSION AND TIME LIMITS - Councilmembers requesting to address the Council will be recognized by the Council President in the order requested. For any item, the Chairperson of the Committee, or the maker of the original motion, or the member calling a matter "special" shall have up to six (6) minutes to discuss the item. All other Councilmembers may speak up to three (3) minutes each on the matter. After all members desiring to speak on a question have had an opportunity to be heard once, the time for each Member desiring to speak again shall be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes.

A motion calling the "previous question" may be introduced by any member during a Council debate. If adopted, this motion will terminate debate on a matter and the Chair will instruct the Clerk to call the roll on the matter.

VOTING AND DISPOSITION OF ITEMS - Most items require a majority vote of the entire membership of the Council (8 members). Items which have not been discussed in a Council Committee and have been placed directly on the agenda will require 10 votes to consider. Once considered, these items will normally require eight (8) affirmative votes to be adopted. Ordinances require a unanimous vote (at least 12 members must be present) in order to be adopted on first consideration. If an ordinance does not receive the necessary unanimous vote, it is laid over one calendar week. The votes required for approval on second consideration vary and depend upon the type of ordinance, but a typical ordinance requires eight (8) affirmative votes upon second consideration.

NOTICE TO PAID REPRESENTATIVES - If you are compensated to monitor, attend, or speak at this meeting, City law may require you to register as a lobbyist and report your activity. See Los Angeles Municipal Code 48.01 et seq. More information is available at ethics.lacity.org/lobbying. For assistance, please contact the Ethics Commission at (213) 978-1960 or ethics.commission@lacity.org.

COUNCIL DISCUSSION AND TIME LIMITS - Councilmembers requesting to address the Council will be recognized by the Council President in the order requested. For any item, the Chairperson of the Committee, or the maker of the original motion, or the member calling a matter "special" shall have up to six (6) minutes to discuss the item. All other Councilmembers may speak up to three (3) minutes each on the matter. After all members desiring to speak on a question have had an opportunity to be heard once, the time for each Member desiring to speak again shall be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes.

A motion calling the "previous question" may be introduced by any member during a Council debate. If adopted, this motion will terminate debate on a matter and the Chair will instruct the Clerk to call the roll on the matter.

VOTING AND DISPOSITION OF ITEMS - Most items require a majority vote of the entire membership of the Council (8 members). Items which have not been discussed in a Council Committee and have been placed directly on the agenda will require 10 votes to consider. Once considered, these items will normally require eight (8) affirmative votes to be adopted. Ordinances require a unanimous vote (at least 12 members must be present) in order to be adopted on first consideration. If an ordinance does not receive the necessary unanimous vote, it is laid over one calendar week. The votes required for approval on second consideration vary and depend upon the type of ordinance, but a typical ordinance requires eight (8) affirmative votes upon second consideration.

When debate on an item is completed, the Chair will instruct the Clerk to "call the roll". Every member present must vote for or against each item; abstentions are not permitted. The Clerk will announce the votes on each item. Any member of Council may move to "reconsider" any vote on any item on the agenda, except to adjourn, suspend the Rules, or where an intervening event has deprived the Council of jurisdiction, providing that said member originally voted on the prevailing side of the item. The motion to "reconsider" shall only be in order once during the meeting, and once during the next regular meeting. The member requesting reconsideration shall identify for all members present the agenda number, Council file number and subject matter previously voted upon. A motion to reconsider is not debatable and shall require an affirmative vote of eight (8) members of the Council.

When the Council has failed by sufficient votes to approve or reject an item, and has not lost jurisdiction over the matter, or has not caused it to be continued beyond the next regular meeting, the item is continued to the next regular meeting for the purpose of allowing the Council to again vote on the matter.

The City Council rules provide that all items adopted by the Council will not be presented to the Mayor, or other designated officer by the City Clerk until the adjournment of the regular Council meeting following the date of the Council action. A motion to send an item "forthwith" if adopted by ten (10) votes, suspends these rules and requires the City Clerk to forward the matter to the Mayor, or other officer, without delay.

When debate on an item is completed, the Chair will instruct the Clerk to "call the roll". Every member present must vote for or against each item; abstentions are not permitted. The Clerk will announce the votes on each item. Any member of Council may move to "reconsider" any vote on any item on the agenda, except to adjourn, suspend the Rules, or where an intervening event has deprived the Council of jurisdiction, providing that said member originally voted on the prevailing side of the item. The motion to "reconsider" shall only be in order once during the meeting, and once during the next regular meeting. The member requesting reconsideration shall identify for all members present the agenda number, Council file number and subject matter previously voted upon. A motion to reconsider is not debatable and shall require an affirmative vote of eight (8) members of the Council.

When the Council has failed by sufficient votes to approve or reject an item, and has not lost jurisdiction over the matter, or has not caused it to be continued beyond the next regular meeting, the item is continued to the next regular meeting for the purpose of allowing the Council to again vote on the matter.

The City Council rules provide that all items adopted by the Council will not be presented to the Mayor, or other designated officer by the City Clerk until the adjournment of the regular Council meeting following the date of the Council action. A motion to send an item "forthwith" if adopted by ten (10) votes, suspends these rules and requires the City Clerk to forward the matter to the Mayor, or other officer, without delay.

RULE 16 MOTIONS - Council Rule No. 16, in part, allows a member to send an item directly to the Council without it having to go to a Council Committee first, by giving the City Clerk a motion (seconded by an additional member) during a Council session to be placed on the next regular available Council agenda.

 

Los Angeles City Council Agenda
Friday, March 25, 2022
JOHN FERRARO COUNCIL CHAMBER ROOM 340, CITY HALL 200 NORTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012 - 10:00 AM

Roll Call

Approval of the Minutes

Commendatory Resolutions, Introductions and Presentations

Multiple Agenda Item Comment

Public Testimony of Non-agenda Items Within Jurisdiction of Council

Items for which Public Hearings Have Been Held

(1)
22-0606
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the Summit of the Americas.
   
 
Recommendation for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Krekorian - Martinez - Cedillo - De Leon - Rodriguez):

INSTRUCT the Los Angeles City Tourism Department, with assistance from the Mayor's Office and the City Administrative Officer (CAO), report on preparations to host the Summit of the Americas with said report to include opportunities to share and receive information and insights about key policy themes of the summit, including sustainable growth, economic recovery from COVID, youth development, and immigration, through publications, convenings, and meetings on the sidelines of the formal conference.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(2)
22-0606-S1
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to leveraging the Summit of the Americas as a vehicle to promote foreign direct investment in Los Angeles and to develop international trade and commerce opportunities for Los Angeles businesses. 
   
 
Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Krekorian – Price – Martinez – Rodriguez – De Leon):
 
  1. INSTRUCT the Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD), with assistance from the Mayor's Office and the Small Business Commission, to report on options for leveraging the Summit of the Americas as a vehicle to promote foreign direct investment in Los Angeles and to develop international trade and commerce opportunities for Los Angeles businesses.
     
  2. INSTRUCT the EWDD, with assistance from the Mayor's Office, the Chief Procurement Officer and the Small Business Commission, to report on options for giving local companies the opportunity to support the Summit itself through usage of the Regional Alliance Marketplace for Procurement System.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(3)
22-0606-S2
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to security requirements for the Summit of the Americas. 
   
 
Recommendation for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Krekorian - Rodriguez - Martinez):

DIRECT the Los Angeles Police Department and the City Administrative Officer (CAO) to report back in regard to:
 
  1. The safety and security requirements relating to to the summit.
     
  2. The City’s partnership with Federal, State, and local safety agencies in preparing for the summit.
     
  3. The city's budgetary requirements to ensure safety and security during the summit.
     
  4. The City's efforts to ensure cost recovery for expenses attributable to the summit.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(4)
20-0308
CD 3
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the establishment of the Canoga Park Sherman Way Jobs and Economic Development Incentive (JEDI) Zone.
   
 
Recommendations for Council action, as initiated by Motion (Blumenfield – Koretz):
 
  1. DESIGNATE the Canoga Park Sherman Way JEDI Zone, beginning on the corner of Topanga Canyon Boulevard and Sherman Way, continuing along Sherman Way’s business corridor, and ending at Variel Avenue.
     
  2. AUTHORIZE the Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD) to implement a Business Incentive Plan for the area, as set forth in the EWDD report dated February 3, 2022, attached to the Council file, consistent with the adopted JEDI Zone Establishment Policy, including providing permit subsidies of up to $10,000 for up to 20 businesses within the Canoga Park Sherman Way JEDI Zone, with a total allocation of up to $200,000 from previously appropriated JEDI Program funds.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The EWDD reports that there is no impact to the General Fund. During the establishment of the JEDI Zone program, Council and Mayor authorized the use of $1,000,000 of former Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG) funds to provide permit fee reductions for businesses located in designated JEDI Zones (Council File No. 13-0934-S2). Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(5)
20-0345
CD 15
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to establishment of Jobs and Economic Development Incentive (JEDI) Zones at the Watts Site location on Wilmington Avenue between 103rd Street on the  north and 114th Street on the south; and the Wilmington Site, on Avalon Boulevard between C Street and Opp Street.
   
 
Recommendations for Council action, as initiated by Motion (Buscaino – Huizar):
 
  1. DESIGNATE the:
     
    1. Watts site on Wilmington Avenue between 103rd Street to 114th Street in Council District 15 as a City of Los Angeles JEDI Zone (Watts Site on Wilmington Avenue JEDI Zone), for a period of five years.
       
    2. Wilmington site on Avalon Boulevard between C Street and Opp Street in Council District 15 as a City of Los Angeles JEDI Zone (Wilmington Site on Avalon Blvd. JEDI Zone), for a period of five years.
       
  2. AUTHORIZE the Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD) to:
    ​​​​​​​
    1. Implement a Business Incentive Plan for Wilmington Site, as detailed in the February 16, 2022 EWDD report, attached to the Council File, consistent with the adopted JEDI Zone Establishment Policy, including providing permit subsidies of up to $10,000 for up to 15 businesses within the Wilmington site on Avalon Blvd JEDI Zone, with a total allocation of up to $150,000 from previously appropriated JEDI Program funds.
       
    2. Implement a Business Incentive Plan for Watts Site, as detailed in the February 16, 2022 EWDD report, attached to the Council File, consistent with the adopted JEDI Zone Establishment Policy, including providing permit subsidies of up to $10,000 for up to 15 businesses within the Watts site on Wilmington Avenue JEDI Zone, with a total allocation of up to $150,000 from previously appropriated JEDI Program funds.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The EWDD reports that there is no impact to the General Fund. During the establishment of the JEDI Zone program, Council and Mayor authorized the use of $1,000,000 of former Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG) funds to provide permit fee reductions for businesses located in designated JEDI Zones (Council File No. 13-0934-S2). Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(6)
20-0382
CD 13
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the establishment of a Jobs and Economic Development Inventive (JEDI) Zone for a portion of Hollywood Boulevard beginning at Las Palmas Avenue, continuing along Hollywood Boulevard business corridor, and ending at Ivar Avenue in Council District 13.
   
 
Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (O'Farrell - Martinez):
 
  1. DESIGNATE Hollywood Blvd between Las Palmas Avenue and Ivar Avenue in Council District 13 (aka the Hollywood Boulevard JEDI Zone), as a City of Los Angeles JEDI Zone for a period of five years.
     
  2. AUTHORIZE the EWDD to implement a Business Incentive Plan for the area, as detailed in the February 16, 2022 Economic Development Department (EWDD) report, attached to the Council file, consistent with the adopted JEDI Zone Establishment Policy, including providing permit subsidies of up to $10,000 for up to 20 businesses within the Hollywood Boulevard JEDI Zone, with a total allocation of up to $200,000 from previously appropriated JEDI Program funds.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The EWDD reports that there is no impact to the General Fund. During the establishment of the JEDI Zone Program, Council and Mayor authorized the use of $1,000,000 of former Urban Development Action Grant funds to provide permit fee reductions for businesses located in designated JEDI Zones (Council file No. 13-0934-S2). Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(7)
19-1237-S1
CD 1
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the Lincoln Heights Industrial Zone 2021-2025 (Property-Based) Business Improvement District (BID) Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Annual Planning Report.
   
 
Recommendations for Council action:
 
  1. FIND that:
     
    1. The Annual Planning Report for the Lincoln Heights Industrial Zone 2021-2025 BID's 2022 FY, attached to the Council file, complies with the requirements of the State Law.
       
    2. The increase in the 2022 budget concurs with the intentions of the Lincoln Heights Industrial Zone 2021-2025 BID's Management District Plan and does not adversely impact the benefits received by assessed property owners.
       
  2. ADOPT the Annual Planning Report, attached to the Council file, for the Lincoln Heights Industrial Zone 2021-2025 BID FY 2022, pursuant to the State Law.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The City Clerk reports that there is no impact to the General Fund associated with this action. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(8)
14-1311-S1
CD 4
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the Village at Sherman Oaks (Property-Based) Business Improvement District (BID) Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Annual Planning Report.
   
  Recommendations for Council action:
 
  1. FIND that:
     
    1. The Annual Planning Report for the Village at Sherman Oaks BID's 2022 FY, attached to the Council file, complies with the requirements of the State Law.
       
    2. The increase in the 2022 budget concurs with the intentions of the Village at Sherman Oaks BID's Management District Plan and does not adversely impact the benefits received by assessed property owners.
       
  2. ADOPT the Annual Planning Report, attached to the Council file, for the Village at Sherman Oaks BID FY 2022, pursuant to the State Law.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The City Clerk reports that there is no impact to the General Fund associated with this action. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(9)
16-0081-S3
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to allocating $2.75 million to the Gang Injunction Curfew Settlement Program for Fiscal Year 2021-22. 
   
 
Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. APPROVE the funding recommendation of the Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD) and the Workforce Development Board of $2,750,000 to support ongoing Gang Injunction Curfew Settlement Program expenses through the current program year ending June 27, 2022, as follows:
     
    Service Providers $2,500,000
    City Departments 250,000
    Total: $2,750,000


     
  2. APPROVE the service provider allocations as detailed in Table 3 of the December 9, 2021 EWDD report, attached to the Council File, and February 15, 2022 City Administrative Officer (CAO) report, attached to the Council File.
     
  3. AUTHORIZE the Controller to:
     
    1. Establish a new account, No. 22V887, titled “Gang Injunction Curfew Settlement – City General Fund” within the Gang Injunction Curfew Settlement Fund No. 10B.
    2. Transfer $2,750,000 from the Unappropriated Balance Fund No.100/58, Account No. 580196, Reserve for Mid-Year Adjustments, to the Gang Injunction Curfew Settlement Fund No. 10B/22 as follows:
       
      Account No. Title Amount
      22V887 Gang Injunction Curfew Settlement – City General Fund  $2,500,000
      22V112 City Attorney 16,100
      22V122 EWDD 229,535
      22V166 Personnel            4,365
        Total: $2,750,000

       
    3.  Increase appropriations within the EWDD Fund No. 100/22, as follows: 
       
      Account No. Title Amount
      1010 Salaries General  $172,627
      1070 Salaries, As Needed  1,088
      1090 Overtime General  12,159
      2120 Printing and Binding 25
      2130 Travel 53
      3040 Contractual Services  4,084
      3310 Transportation 5
      6010 Office and Administrative  3,690
      6020 Operating Supplies  5
      6030 Leasing       35,799
        Total: $229,535

       
    4. Increase appropriations within City Attorney Fund No. 100/12, Account No. 001010, Salaries General, in the amount of $16,100.
       
    5. Increase appropriations within the Personnel Department Fund No. 100/66, Account No. 1010, Salaries General, in the amount of $4,365.
       
  4. AUTHORIZE the General Manager, EWDD, or designee, to:
     
    1. Amend agreements with service providers, as detailed by the EWDD and the Workforce Development Board as detailed in Table 3 of the December 9, 2021 EWDD report, attached to the Council File, and summarized in February 15, 2022 CAO report, attached to the Council File.
       
    2. Prepare Controller instructions for any technical adjustments, subject to the approval of the City Administrative Officer; and, authorize the Controller to implement the instructions. 
       
Fiscal Impact Statement: The CAO reports that there is no additional impact to the General Fund. The recommendations contained in the February 15, 2022 CAO report, attached to the Council File, transfers $2,750,000 from the 2021-22 Unappropriated Balance, Reserve for Mid-Year Adjustments account. Financial Policies Statement: The CAO reports that the recommendations contained in the February 15, 2022 CAO report, attached to the Council File, comply with the City’s Financial Policies inasmuch as the Unappropriated Balance, Reserve for Mid-Year Adjustments, is used to address shortfalls that arise during the year. Additionally, changes to budget appropriations during the fiscal year shall be limited and subject to the review and approval of the Mayor and the City Council. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(10)
21-0278
PERSONNEL, AUDITS, AND ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE REPORT relative to status on hiring a consultant to evaluate the City's 3-1-1 System.
   
 
Recommendation for Council action:

DIRECT the Information Technology Agenda (ITA) to report, upon the project’s completion, with its findings and recommendations to improve the MyLA 311 processes and systems.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The ITA reports that there is no General Fund impact for this consulting services. The estimated cost of $174,720 for this Statement of Work has been identified in the Telecommunications Development Fund Account. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(11)
17-0600-S45
PERSONNEL, AUDITS, AND ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE report relative to implementation, benchmarks, and hiring goals for the Targeted Local Hiring (TLH) Program.
   
  Recommendation for Council action:

NOTE and FILE the February 11, 2022 Personnel Department report, attached to the Council file, relative to implementation, benchmarks, and hiring goals for the TLH and Strategic Workforce Development Task Force.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Not applicable. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(12)
21-1200-S45
ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, AND RIVER COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the appointment of Mr. Scott Harmon to the Community Forest Advisory Committee.
   
  Recommendation for Council action:

RESOLVE that the Mayor's appointment of Mr. Scott Harmon to the Community Forest Advisory Committee, as the Council District 12 alternate, is APPROVED and CONFIRMED. (Current composition: M=7; F=7)

Financial Disclosure Statement: Pending.

Background Check: Pending.
Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
 
(13)
21-0968
CD 2
CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION and PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT (PLUM) COMMITTEE REPORT relative to appeals filed for a Density Bonus Compliance Review, On-Menu Incentives, Conditional Use Permit, and Zone Variance for the property located at 13921-13923 West Vanowen Street.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:​
 
  1. FIND, based on the whole of the administrative record, that the project is exempt from CEQA pursuant to CEQA Guidelines, Section 15332, and there is no substantial evidence demonstrating that an exception to a categorical exemption pursuant to CEQA Guidelines, Section 15300.2 applies.
     
  2. ADOPT the FINDINGS of the Los Angeles City Planning Commission (LACPC) as the Findings of Council.
     
  3. RESOLVE TO DENY THE APPEALS filed by: 1) John and Julie Brunnick, 2) Karen Andranikyan, 3) Margaret S. Field, 4) Rouzanna Ovsepian, and 5) Yvonne M. Ramond; and THEREBY SUSTAIN the determination of the LACPC in approving a ministerial review of a Density Bonus Compliance Review, pursuant to Section 12.22 A.25(g)(3) of the Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC), for a project totaling 15 dwelling units, including two dwelling units or 20 percent for Restricted Affordable Housing Units for Very-Low Income Households, and one dwelling unit for Low-Income Households for a period of 55 years, and with the following three On-Menu Incentives: a) to allow a height increase of approximately 10 feet, six inches to 46 feet, six inches in lieu of 35 feet; b) to allow for a westerly side yard setback of five feet, eight inches in lieu of seven feet; and, c) to allow for a Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 4.05:1, in lieu of 3:1, on the R3 portion of the lot; approval of a Conditional Use Permit, pursuant to LAMC Section 12.24 U.26, to permit a 57.6 percent increase in density over the project site, for 15 dwelling units in lieu of the otherwise permitted base density of nine units; and, approving a Zone Variance to allow for subterranean parking to extend below the R1 portion of the lot, pursuant to LAMC Section 12.27; for the demolition of a one-story, 1,569 square foot single family dwelling (built in 1954) on the R1-1 portion of the lot and a one story, 1,512 square foot triplex (built in 1948) on the [Q]R3-1 portion of the project site, and the construction of a four story, 45-foot, six-inch tall residential building with 15 units (two units or 20 percent reserved for Very-Low Income Households, and one unit for Low Income Households) in the [Q]R3-1 and R1-1 zones; the project site is approximately 16,059 square feet and is split zoned, with the [Q]R3 zone on the front half and the R1 zone on the rear half of the project site; the project will be 16,883 square feet in floor area with a FAR of 4.05:1, and will provide 16 vehicle parking spaces below-grade, two short-term and 15 long-term bicycle parking spaces, a rooftop common open space deck area of approximately 2,026 square feet, and 600 square feet of open area within the rear yard ground floor including a swimming pool, kids pool, and jacuzzi, in the R1 zoned portion of the project site; approximately 3,908 cubic yards of earth will be graded and exported from the project site; for the property located at 13921-13923 West Vanowen Street, subject to Conditions of Approval as modified by the PLUM Committee on March 1, 2022, to include the following:
     
    1. 8-foot CMU Wall in lieu of 6-foot CMU wall in the plans along with the rear and side yards.
       
    2. 18-inch landscape buffer with a minimum of 5-gallon evergreen hedge at every 24 inches along the entire rear and side yards of the R-1 Portions of the Lot.
       
Applicant: Dave Aviram, Vanowen Terrace, LLC

Representative: Luke Tarr, Apel Design Inc.

Case No. CPC-2019-6375-CU-DB-ZV-PHP-1A

Environmental No. ENV-2019-6376-CE
Fiscal Impact Statement: The LACPC reports that there is no General Fund impact as administrative costs are recovered through fees. Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
 
(14)
22-0162
TRANSPORTATION and BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEES’ REPORT relative to implementing the Universal Basic Mobility (UBM) Program.
   
 
Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. APPROVE the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) request to transfer up to $4.0 million in funding from the Unappropriated Balance (UB) to the LADOT to implement the UBM Program.
     
  2. AUTHORIZE the General Manager, LADOT, to negotiate and execute agreements, subject to review by the City Attorney as to form and legality.
     
  3. AUTHORIZE the Controller to transfer and appropriate $4,000,000 from the Unappropriated Balance Fund No. 100-58, Account No. 580375 to a new account in the Transportation Trust Fund No. 840-94, entitled “Universal Basic Mobility Program” to support the implementation of the Universal Basic Mobility Program.
     
  4. AUTHORIZE the General Manager, LADOT, or designee, to prepare additional Controller instructions and/or any necessary technical adjustments that are consistent with Mayor and Council action, subject to the review of the City Administrative Officer; and, REQUEST the Controller to implement these instructions.
     
  5. DIRECT the LADOT to report on an annual basis on the status of the UBM Program.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The LADOT reports that no impact to the City’s General Fund is  anticipated by this action since funding was allocated in the Fiscal Year 22  Budget for the UBM Program. Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:
Westside Neighborhood Council
 
 
(15)
21-0905
ARTS, PARKS, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to a list of Youth Development Liaisons representing City departments.
   
  Recommendation for Council action:
 
INSTRUCT all City departments serving youth to collaborate with the Youth Development Department (YDD) to the fullest extent in accordance with the planned strategies outlined in the January 27, 2022 YDD report, attached to the Council file, provided, however, that no department, employee, or officer shall be required to do anything that would conflict with their duties as established by the Charter or other applicable law.
Fiscal Impact Statement: None submitted by the YDD.  Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
 
(16)
14-0455-S5
ARTS, PARKS, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the grant award from the California Department of Education (CDE), under the 2020-21 Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), for the Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP) Summer Lunch Program.
   
 
Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. APPROVE, retroactively, the submission of an SFSP 2020-21 grant application to the CDE for the RAP Summer Lunch Program in the approximate amount of $663,000.
     
  2. AUTHORIZE the General Manager, RAP, to accept and receive the SFSP grant award.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The RAP reports that the projected expenses for SFSP for 2021 will be up to $730,000, and the anticipated reimbursement is $663,000. The difference of $67,000 will be covered by the RAP using budgeted General Funds. Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
 
(17)
21-1468
INFORMATION, TECHNOLOGY, AND GENERAL SERVICES and HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY COMMITTEES’ REPORT relative to identifying requirement parameters for a lot to accommodate the temporary storage of overflow unclaimed or salvaged oversized vehicles from Official Police Garages.
   
  Recommendation for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Blumenfield, Rodriguez - O'Farrell):

INSTRUCT the Los Angeles Police Department, with assistance of the Department of General Services, the Department of City Planning, and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, to identify and report with requirement parameters for a lot to accommodate the temporary storage of overflow unclaimed or salvaged oversized vehicles from Official Police Garages.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
 
(18)
22-0013
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the Innovation and Performance Commission (IPC) Innovation Fund (IF) funding for the Guaranteed Basic Income Connectivity Support Project from the Community Investment for Families Department (CIFD).
   
  Recommendation for Council action:

NOTE and FILE the City Administrative Officer reports dated June 3, 2022 and June 25, 2022 relative to the IPC IF funding for the Guaranteed Basic Income Connectivity Support Project from the CIFD.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Not applicable. Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
 
(19)
22-0156
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to reporting on the neighborhoods that are most significantly impacted by outages and ensuring that street lights impacted by theft are restored within seven days; a comprehensive strategy to prevent metal theft from occurring; strategies for enforcing the law and holding metal thieves accountable for their crimes; and, the potential criminal, civil liability, regulatory and permitting regimens of scrap metal businesses that receive property stolen from the City.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Krekorian - Blumenfield - O'Farrell - Rodriguez):
 
  1. INSTRUCT the Bureau of Street Lighting (BSL) to report within 30 days on the neighborhoods that are most significantly impacted by outages, and particularly where there are repeated outages, and the budget and staffing needs to ensure that any street light impacted by theft is restored within seven days of the city’s discovery of the outage.
     
  2. INSTRUCT the BSL to report to the Council within 30 days with a comprehensive strategy to prevent metal theft from occurring in the first place, including reinforcing the public infrastructure to make metal components less accessible to criminals, and with recommendations on any necessary policy changes and budgetary and staffing needs to ensure the success of the strategy.
     
  3. INSTRUCT the BSL to work with the Los Angeles Police Department to identify strategies for enforcing the law and holding metal thieves accountable for their crimes, including the possibility of marking and affixing GPS trackers in often-stolen pieces of city equipment to begin tracing the destination of stolen city goods and identify patterns of organized criminal activity.
     
  4. INSTRUCT the CLA and the City Attorney to report on the potential criminal and civil liability of scrap metal businesses that receive property stolen from the City, and options to impose a regulatory and permitting regimen on scrap metal businesses and metal recyclers that would allow the City to shut down any such business that fails to conduct due diligence on the origin of the materials that it receives.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
 
(20)
21-1130
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to motor sweeping of the on-street bike lane network.
   
  Recommendation for Council action:

NOTE and FILE the Bureau of Street Services report dated March 1, 2022 relative to motor sweeping of the on-street bike lane network.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Not applicable Community Impact Statement: Yes

Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council
 
 
(21)
22-0138
CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION and ARTS, PARKS, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the agreement with Growth Opportunities through Athletics, Learning, and Service (GOALS), to repair, restore, operate, and maintain Camp Valcrest.
   
 
Recommendations for Council action:
 
  1. DETERMINE that the project is categorically exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Article III, Section 1, Class 1(14) [License to use an existing facility involving negligible or no expansion of previous use] and Class 1(4) [Restoration and rehabilitation of deteriorated or damaged structures to meet current standards of public health, safety and environmental protection] of City CEQA Guidelines as well as to Article 19, Section 15301 of California CEQA Guidelines and direct staff to file a Notice of Exemption with the Los Angeles County Clerk.
     
  2. APPROVE the proposed agreement between the Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP) and GOALS.
     
  3. APPROVE a term of fifteen years with one option to extend the term for five years exercisable at the sole discretion of RAP, authorizing GOALS to repair, restore, operate, and maintain Camp Valcrest as set forth in the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners report, Board Report No. 22-026, attached to the Council file.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners reports that the proposed agreement will have no adverse impact on the RAP’s General Fund as costs and expenses associated with the restoration, repair, operation, and maintenance of the Camp and associated Program will be the responsibility of GOALS, at no cost to the City. Community Impact Statement: None submitted
  TIME LIMIT FILE - APRIL 8, 2022(LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION - APRIL 8, 2022)
 
(22)
22-0108
CD 1, CD 13, CD 14
CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION and ARTS, PARKS, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with North East Trees, Inc.(NET), for the Urban Greening in Northeast LA Project (Project) for Ascot Hills Park, Ernest E. Debs Regional Park, and Elysian Park.
   
 
Recommendations for Council action:
 
  1. DETERMINE that the proposed Project is categorically exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Article III, Section 1, Class 4(3) [Planting of new trees] of City CEQA Guidelines and Article 19, Section 15304(b) of California CEQA Guidelines and direct staff to file a Notice of Exemption with the Los Angeles County Clerk.
     
  2. APPROVE the Ascot Hills Park, Ernest E. Debs Regional Park, and Elysian Park – Urban Greening in Northeast LA Project that will be constructed and maintained by NET.
     
  3. APPROVE the MOA with NET regarding the Project as detailed in Attachment 1 of the January 23, 2022 Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners (Board) report, attached to the Council file, which would allow for tree planting, landscaping, installation of temporary irrigation equipment, removal of invasive weeds; and performance of maintenance and plant establishment work as defined in the MOA.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The Board reports that there is no fiscal impact on the Department of Recreation and Parks General Fund as the funds for the Project will come from NET through State Grant funds. Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
 
(23)
20-1478
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE REPORT relative to Proposition 19's (Prop 19) projections to generate increased revenues for City fire service; the steps necessary to ensure the City receives its share of any additional tax revenue from the passage of Prop 19; available funding sources to expand fire facilities and resources; and related matters. 
   
  Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Rodriguez - Blumenfield):
 
  1. DIRECT the Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA) to report on Prop 19’s projections to generate increased revenues for City fire service, and on the steps necessary to ensure the City receives its share of any additional tax revenue resulting from the passage of this measure.
     
  2. DIRECT the Los Angeles Fire Department, with assistance from the City Administrative Officer (CAO) and the CLA, to report on available funding sources to expand fire facilities and resources, including a plan to expand staffing and facilities in Sylmar; and, restore the engine company at Fire Station 74 in Tujunga, projected need of any additional drill tower classes; and, prioritize the restoration and expansion of fire resources in similar fire prone and disenfranchised communities across the City.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
  (Budget and Finance Committee waived consideration of the above matter)

Items for which Public Hearings Have Not Been Held - (10 Votes Required for Consideration)

(24)
22-0293
CD 8
MOTION (HARRIS-DAWSON - BONIN) relative to allocating funds for homeless outreach and rental assistance/homelessness prevention services in Council District 8.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. ALLOCATE $260,000 in the “Homeless Encampment Outreach & Publication-CD8” line item in the General City Purposes Fund No. 100/56, representing a Council District Eight allocation from the Reinvestment of LAPD Funds for Impacted Communities (CF 20-0600-83), to Community Build, Inc. to supplement services under Contract No. C-137089 for the Safe Passages programs; and INSTRUCT and AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to prepare, process and execute the necessary documents with and/or payments, in the above amount, with Community Build, Inc., for the above purpose, subject to the approval of the City Attorney as to form.
     
  2. TRANSFER and APPROPRIATE $675,000 in the “Homeless Encampment Outreach & Publication-CD8” line item in the General City Purposes Fund No. 100/56, representing a Council District Eight allocation from the Reinvestment of LAPD Funds for Impacted Communities (CF 20-0600-83) to a new line item within the same Fund entitled “Homeless Encampment Outreach and Rental Assistance/Homelessness Prevention Services-CD8,” for homeless outreach and rental assistance/homelessness prevention services in Council District 8.
     
  3. AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to make any technical corrections or clarifications as necessary to the above instructions in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion.
 
 
(25)
22-0289

MOTION (KREKORIAN – RODRIGUEZ) relative to a transfer of funds to the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) balance salary accounts.

   
 

Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:

  1. AUTHORIZE the Controller to transfer $600,000 from Fund No. 100/38, Account No. 001012, Salaries Sworn, to Fund No. 100/38, Account No. 001092, Overtime Sworn.
     
  2. AUTHORIZE the LAFD to prepare Controller instructions for any technical adjustments, subject to approval of the City Administrative Officer; and, AUTHORIZE the Controller to implement the instructions. 

 

 
 
(26)
20-1537
COMMUNICATION FROM CHAIR, PERSONNEL, AUDITS, AND ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE  relative to amending the Los Angeles Administrative Code (LAAC) to establish disability retirement benefits for the public safety officers who are members of the Los Angeles City Employees’ Retirement System (LACERS) Tiers 1 and 3.
   
 
Recommendations for Council action:
 
  1. REQUEST the City Attorney to prepare and present an Ordinance amending the LAAC to establish disability retirement benefits for the public safety officers who are members of the LACERS Tiers 1 and 3, consistent with other peace officers covered by LACERS Public Safety Tier and the Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension System.
     
  2. AUTHORIZE the City Administrative Officer (CAO) to budget the projected proportional costs to the General and Proprietary Fund (Port) for Fiscal Year 2022-23 and in succeeding fiscal years as detailed in the March 9, 2022 CAO report, attached to the Council File.
     
  3. AUTHORIZE the CAO and the Controller to correct any clerical errors or technical errors in the Ordinance.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The CAO reports that the immediate impact to the General Fund is approximately $340,000 and an additional $430,000 over the next 15 years. The immediate impact to proprietary departments is approximately $55,000 and an additional $70,000 over the next 15 years. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(27)
20-0313-S3
COMMUNICATION FROM CHAIR, PERSONNEL, AUDITS, AND ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE relative to the Phase 1 Go-Live Readiness Assessment Report from the Human Resources and Payroll (HRP) Quality Assurance consultant, Gartner, Inc. in connection with the HRP Project.
   
 
Recommendation for Council action:

NOTE and FILE the March 8, 2022 City Administrative Officer (CAO) report, inasmuch as this report is for information only and no Council action is required.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Not applicable. Financial Policies Statement: The CAO reports that its March 8, 2022 report, attached to the Council File, is in compliance with the City’s Financial Policies as this is an informational item with no fiscal impact. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
(28)
22-0199
CD 4
CONSIDERATION OF MOTION (RAMAN – KREKORIAN) relative to transferring and appropriating $40,000 from the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Fund to a new account entitled “Yuma Place (8320) Bulkhead” for a geotechnical study required to facilitate the design of the project.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. AUTHORIZE the Bureau of Engineering to initiate a new capital improvement project to be known as the Yuma Place (8320) Bulkhead Project.
     
  2. AUTHORIZE the City Administrative Officer (CAO) to transfer and appropriate $40,000 from the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Fund No. 59V/50, Caverna Drive (7280) Bulkhead Account No. 50SKZH, to a new account within said fund entitled, “Yuma Place (8320) Bulkhead” for consultant services to complete a geotechnical study required to facilitate the design of the project.
     
  3. AUTHORIZE the CAO to make any technical corrections or clarifications to the above fund transfer instructions in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion, including any corrections and changes to fund or account numbers.
Community Impact Statement: None submitted
 
  (Budget and Finance Committee waived consideration of the above matter)
(29)
22-0234
CONSIDERATION OF MOTION (BUSCAINO – KORETZ – O’FARRELL – RAMAN) relative to requesting the Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee to initiate the process to adopt Kyiv, Ukraine as a Sister City to Los Angeles.
   
  Recommendation for Council action:
 
REQUEST the Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee to initiate the process to consider and ultimately adopt Kyiv, Ukraine as a Sister City to Los Angeles.
Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:
Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council
 
  (Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee waived consideration of the above matter)
(30)
22-0002-S26
CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION (BUSCAINO – BONIN – KREKORIAN – O’FARRELL) relative to including in the City’s 2021-2022 State Legislative Program its position for AB 1322 (Rivas), which would require the California Air Resources Board to develop a plan to expand sustainable aviation fuel production capacity by identifying tools for increasing sustainable aviation fuel supply and demand, infrastructure, and in-state production capacity.
   
  Recommendation for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE CONCURRENCE OF THE MAYOR:
 
RESOLVE to include in the City’s 2021-2022 State Legislative Program SUPPORT for AB 1322 (Rivas), which would require the California Air Resources Board to develop a plan to expand sustainable aviation fuel production capacity by identifying tools for increasing sustainable aviation fuel supply and demand, infrastructure, and in-state production capacity.

 
Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:
Westside Neighborhood Council
 
 
(Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee waived consideration of the above matter)

Items Called Special

Motions for Posting and Referral

Council Members' Requests for Excuse from Attendance at Council Meetings

Adjourning Motions

Council Adjournment

EXHAUSTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES - If you challenge a City action in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at or prior to, the public hearing. Any written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk before the City Council's final action on a matter will become a part of the administrative record.

CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE SECTION 1094.5 - If a Council action is subject to judicial challenge pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure Section 1094.5, be advised that the time to file a lawsuit challenging a final action by the City Council is limited by Code of Civil Procedure Section 1094.6 which provides that the lawsuit must be filed no later than the 90th day following the date on which the Council's action becomes final.

Materials relative to items on this agenda can be obtained from the Office of the City Clerk's Council File Management System, at lacouncilfile.com by entering the Council File number listed immediately following the item number (e.g., 00-0000).