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LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL

 

 
    Wednesday, March 17, 2021

10:00 AM


JOHN FERRARO COUNCIL CHAMBER

ROOM 340, CITY HALL

200 NORTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012

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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
JOE BUSCAINO, Fifteenth District MONICA RODRIGUEZ, Seventh District
  MARQUEECE HARRIS-DAWSON, Eighth District
Assistant President Pro Tempore CURREN D. PRICE, JR., Ninth District
VACANT MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS, Tenth District
  MIKE BONIN, Eleventh District
  JOHN S. LEE, Twelfth District
  MITCH O'FARRELL, Thirteenth District
  KEVIN DE LEÓN, Fourteenth District

PUBLIC COMMENT
In conformity with the Governor's Executive Order N-29-20 (March 17, 2020) and due to concerns over COVID-19, the City Council meeting will be conducted entirely telephonically.

CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS ARE BROADCAST LIVE ON CABLE TELEVISION CHANNEL 35 AND ON THE INTERNET AT: HTTPS://LACITY.PRIMEGOV.COM/PUBLIC/PORTAL. 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
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
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

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21-0184

PERSONNEL, AUDITS AND ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE REPORT and ORDINANCES FIRST CONSIDERATION relative to amending the Los Angeles Administrative Code (LAAC) in regard to employees at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP).

   
 

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

  1. PRESENT and ADOPT the accompanying ORDINANACES dated December 21, 2020, approved as for form and legality by the City Attorney:
    1. Ordinance amending Schedule B of LAAC Section 4.900.1 to update the list of classifications, and salaries of non-represented classifications, employed in the LADWP.
    2. Ordinance amending Schedule B of LAAC Section 4.900.1 to update the salary of a non-represented classification to conform to the City’s minimum wage ordinance (Ordinance No. 184320).
    3. Ordinance amending LAAC Section 4.900.1 to replace obsolete language.
  2. AUTHORIZE the LADWP to provide a retention bonus of 10 percent to three positions of Assistant General Manager Water and Power III (Class Code 0151-3), applied to the base salary rate of the class including any premium level compensation currently received by an incumbent, effective January 20, 2020, and until such time that said premium level compensation is incorporated into the base salary rate for the classification of Assistant General Manager Water and Power III (Class Code 0151-3), whereupon the 10 percent retention bonus shall cease for all incumbents receiving the bonus.
  3. AUTHORIZE the Controller and the City Administrative Officer (CAO) to correct any clerical errors, or, if approved by the City Attorney, any technical errors in the above Ordinance.
Fiscal Impact Statement:

The CAO reports that any increase in salary costs for non-represented classifications will be absorbed within budgeted funds by the LADWP.  For Fiscal Year 2020-21, the LADWP estimates the additional direct cost of the 10 percent premium level retention bonus for three Assistant General Manager Water and Power III positions to be $94,029, and $9,262 for related (indirect) costs.  There is no cost impact on the General Fund.

Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
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15-0989-S9

AD HOC COMMITTEE ON THE 2028 OLYMPICS AND PARALYMPIC GAMES REPORT relative to establishing the California Olympic and Paralympic Public Safety Command for the 2028 Olympics and Paralympic Games.

Recommendation for Council action:

AUTHORIZE the Mayor and Council President to execute the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games Public Safety Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games 2028, and the California Office of Emergency Services to establish the California Olympic and Paralympic Public Safety Command.
   
  Fiscal Impact Statement: The City Administrative Officer and the Chief Legislative Analyst report that this action will not impact the General Fund. Community Impact Statement: None Submitted.
 
  (Continued from Council meeting of March 2, 2021)
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15-0087-S4

HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to authority to accept $42,217,282 in transportation related grant awards from the Strategic Growth Council's Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program, Round 5. 

   
  Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
  1. ADOPT Recommendations II. A and B of the Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department (HCIDLA) transmittal dated January 21, 2021, attached to the Council file, relative to the request for authority to accept grant awards $42,217,282 from the California Department of Housing and Community Development (State) to implement Round 5 of the Strategic Growth Council's AHSC Program: 
    1. Authorize the General Manager, HCIDLA, or designee, to execute the standard agreement and accept the AHSC Program grant award of $42,217,282. 
    2. Authorize the City Controller to:
      1. Recognize a receivable from the State to be recorded in the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Grant Fund 60V in the amount of $42,217,282.
      2. Establish new accounts and appropriate funds within Fund 60V as follows:
Account
Name Amount
TBD 619 Westlake $  4,018,831
TBD Corazon Del Valle     7,042,554
TBD Parkview     7,258,913
TBD Rose Hill Court     7,973,358
TBD Santa Monica & Vermont     9,640,606
TBD Thatcher Yard     4,004,112
TBD Washington Arts Collective     2,278,908
  Total: $42,217,282
  1. AUTHORIZE the General Manager, HCIDLA, or designee, to prepare Controller instructions and make any necessary technical adjustments consistent with the Mayor and Council action on this matter, subject to the approval of the City Administrative Officer (CAO), and request the Controller to implement the instructions.
  2. INSTRUCT the HCIDLA to resubmit reimbursement requests to the State as soon as the Standard Agreements for AHSC Rounds 3, 4, and 5 projects are executed.
Fiscal Impact Statement:

The CAO reports that there is no impact on the General Fund at this time. There is a potential future impact on the General Fund since the City will have to front-fund the staffing and resources needed to implement the grant funded AHSC Sustainable Transit Infrastructure (STI) and Transportation-Related Amenities (TRA) improvements for awarded projects. Eligible costs will be reimbursed by AHSC Program funds. Staff costs for implementing the STI and TRA improvements that are found to be ineligible for AHSC Program fund reimbursement may ultimately have a General Fund impact.

Financial Policies Statement: The CAO reports that the recommendations in this report comply with the City’s Financial Policies. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
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21-0183

HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the implementation of an immediate rent freeze on residential units with expired or expiring affordability covenants and relocation options for impacted tenants while exploring options to preserve long-term affordable housing stock.

   
  Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Cedillo – Raman):
  1. INSTRUCT the Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department (HCIDLA), with the assistance of the City Attorney, to report with recommendations on implementing an immediate rent freeze on residential units with expired or soon to expire affordability covenants that is based on health and safety findings regarding undue tenant displacement during the CIVID-19 pandemic, and to continue said rent freeze until comparable affordable housing units are provided to impacted tenants.
  2. INSTRUCT the HCIDLA to develop recommendations and options for impacted tenants to relocate to comparable low-income affordable housing units, as well as potential funding options to extend affordability covenants citywide in order to prevent widespread displacement. 
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.
 
 
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21-0194

ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, AND RIVER COMMITTEE REPORT relative to Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 47476-8 between the Los Angeles Department and Water and Power (LADWP) and CGI Technologies and Solutions, Incorporated, for software maintenance and support for the Outage Management System (OMS) and Mobile Dispatch System (MDS).
   
  Recommendation for Council action:

CONCUR with the Board of Water and Power Commissioners' action of January 26, 2021, Resolution No. 021 132, approving and authorizing the LADWP to execute Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 47476-8 between the LADWP and CGI Technologies and Solutions, Incorporated, for software maintenance and support for the OMS and MDS; and, authorizing and directing the Chief Accounting Employee, LADWP, upon proper certification, to direct and draw demands on the Water Revenue Fund in accordance with the terms of said Agreement.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The City Administrative Officer (CAO) reports that there is no impact to the General Fund. Approval of the Resolution authorizes additional expenditures up to $6.2 million over the next five years, as appropriate for ongoing system maintenance, support services and upgrades to the LADWP OMS and MDS and impacts the LADWP Power Revenue Fund. Financial Policies Statement: The CAO reports that the recommended action complies with the LADWP's Financial Policies. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
  TIME LIMIT FILE - APRIL 12, 2021(LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION - APRIL 9, 2021)
 
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19-1084

ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, AND RIVER COMMITTEE REPORT relative to requesting an ordinance for the creation of the Office of Climate Emergency Mobilization and the Climate Emergency Mobilization Commission and related matters.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, as initiated by Motion (Koretz - Blumenfield):
  1. AMEND the City Council’s prior actions on July 8, 2019 on Council file No. 18- 0054, and October 11, 2019 on Council file No. 19-1084 to REQUEST the City Attorney, with the assistance of the Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA), to prepare and present an ordinance as follows:
    1. The Commission will be formally titled the Climate Emergency Mobilization Commission.
    2. The Commission will be appointed as set forth in Council’s action on July 8, 2019 (Council file No. 18-0054), with the exception that section 1(g) (nonvoting City staff members) in Council’s Amending Motion 7A dated July 3, 2019 (Council file No. 18-0054) is deleted and replaced in its entirety with the following: The Mayor may appoint Assistant General Manager-level representatives from any department in the City to serve as non-voting members on, or as advisors to, the Commission.
    3. The Commission's functions will be limited to advising the Mayor and the Council on issues related, directly or indirectly, to the climate emergency, toxic pollution, biodiversity, related environmental justice and health concerns, including job creation and a just transition, and the impacts upon the communities of Los Angeles and the global community of any of these.
    4. Climate Emergency Mobilization Office and its Director, as set forth in the Council's actions on July 8, 2019 (Council file No. 18-0054) and October 11, 2019 (Council file No. 19-1084), will be established to operate within the Department of Public Works under the Board of Public Works' authority, and the Commission will advise the City Council, the Mayor and thereby, the Climate Emergency Mobilization Office and its Director.
    5.  In the future, the Council may consider additional changes to the structure.
  2. INSTRUCT the City Administrative Officer (CAO) to work with the Board of Public Works and report with administrative, operational, and funding needs and sources, to support the office and the commission.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: Yes.

For: East Hollywood Neighborhood Council
 
 
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21-0064

ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, AND RIVER COMMITTEE REPORT relative to a Foodware Accessories Upon Request ordinance that would require restaurants and other food service providers, to provide all disposable foodware accessories, only upon the request of the customer, and related matters.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, as initiated by Motion (Koretz - Krekorian - Bonin):
  1. REQUEST the City Attorney, in consultation with the Small Business Commission, to draft a Foodware Accessories Upon Request ordinance that would require restaurants and other food service providers, including virtual restaurants (also known as cloud or ghost kitchens) to provide all disposable foodware accessories, including but not limited to straws, utensils, condiments, napkins etc., only upon the request of the customer, and to require third party food delivery companies and other online platforms for ordering prepared meals to enact an opt-in model for foodware accessories across all digital platforms and applications, using the City’s current Disposable Plastic Drinking Straws ordinance as an enforcement model.
  2. INSTRUCT the Bureau of Sanitation (BOS) to provide the City Attorney with the assistance it needs in the development of the Foodware Accessories Upon Request ordinance, and components which are needed for its implementation including definitions, applicability, exemptions, timing, enforcement, and any environmental notice requirements.
  3. REQUEST the City Attorney, and DIRECT the BOS, and Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA) to report in 30 days, or April 1, 2021, on the status, including an assessment of the requests contained in Motion (Blumenfield - O'Farrell), under Council file No. 18-0737.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
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21-0034

ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, AND RIVER COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the RecycLA service providers and a short-term plan commensurate with other City emergency ordinances or orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
   
  Recommendations for Council action:
  1. NOTE and FILE the February 26, 2021 Bureau of Sanitation (BOS) report relative to the RecycLA service providers and a short-term plan commensurate with other City emergency ordinances or orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic with consideration of payment deferments, payment plans, deferred increases, and late fee waivers; and related matters.
  2. INSTRUCT the BOS to report in 60 days on the status of the RecycLA impact rate relief plan.
Fiscal Impact Statement: None submitted by the BOS. Neither the City Administrative officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
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21-0134
CD 3

CONSIDERATION OF and ACTION RELATED TO A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION (MND), ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (EIR), MITIGATION MEASURES, MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM (MMP) and RELATED CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) FINDINGS; COMMUNICATION FROM THE LOS ANGELES CITY PLANNING COMMISSION (LACPC), and Appeals filed by Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters (Representative: Mitchell M. Tsai, Attorney at Law PC) and Jeff Bornstein (Representative: Jamie T. Hall, Channel Law Group, LLC) from the decision by the LACPC to adopt the MND and MMP, and sustaining the Director of Planning's determination approving Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 74891-1A to merge and re-subdivide the project site, located at 20920-20970 West Warner Center Lane, 20935-21051 West Warner Center Lane, and 20931-21041 West Burbank Boulevard, for a maximum of eight parcels (Lots 1 through 8), including Lot 5 on which a new building with 168 residential condominium units would be developed, and a private street labeled Warner Center Lane, as shown on the revised Map stamp-dated June 7, 2019, for the project consisting of the demolition of 340,339 square feet of 12 one, two, and three-story buildings; and the construction of a master planned, multi-phased, mixed-use development with up to 2,634,268 square feet of combined residential and non-residential floor area of 1,062,923 square-foot lot before dedications, to be spread across ten buildings on eight new lots at the conclusion of Phase 8, for a total of 1,175,513 square feet of Residential Floor Area; a maximum of 1,009 dwelling units including 68 Work-Live units; approximately 1,458,755 square feet of Non-Residential Floor Area, including 70,861 square feet of portions of the 68 Work-Live units, 85,545 square feet of commercial space, 4,608 square feet of community space, 16,734 square feet of office support space, 1,124,012 square feet of office space, and 228 hotel rooms; with buildings of varying heights not to exceed 350 feet, a minimum of five local-serving retail spaces that individually do not exceed 5,000 square feet, and a new private street; a maximum of 5,548 vehicle parking spaces inclusive of 17 surface and 28 street parking spaces, 870 long-term bicycle parking spaces, and 264 short-term bicycle parking spaces; a new street labeled Warner Center Lane; and, 121,683 square feet (approximately 5.3 acres) of Publicly Accessible Open Space (PAOS), for the properties located at 20920-20970 West Warner Center Lane; 20935-21051 West Warner Center Lane; and, 20931-21041 West Burbank Boulevard, subject to modified Conditions of Approval.
   
  Applicant: Michael Adler, LLJ Adler WCCI, LLC and LLJ Adler, WCCII, LLCRepresentative: Brad Rosenheim and Jessica Pakdaman, Rosenheim and AssociatesCase No.: VTT-74891-2A; Related Case No.: DIR-2017-1708-SPP-1A Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
  TIME LIMIT FILE - MARCH 17, 2021(LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION - MARCH 17, 2021)
  (Planning and Land Use Management Committee report to be submitted in Council. If public hearing is not held in Committee, an opportunity for public comment will be provided.)

(Click on the above hyperlink or go to http://www.lacouncilfile.com for background documents.)
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21-0224

PERSONNEL, AUDITS, AND ANIMAL WELFARE COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the acceptance of a donation of $30,000 from the Annenberg Foundation for charitable purposes.

   
 

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

  1. AUTHORIZE the Department of Animal Services (DAS) to accept a donation of $30,000 from the Annenberg Foundation for unrestricted purposes.
  2. APPROVE the:
    1. Deposit of $15,000 into Appropriation Unit No. 06005A within the Animal Sterilization Fund- Fund No. 842 entitled, Spay and Neuter Program for the spay and neuter of owned cats.
    2. Deposit $15,000 into Appropriation Unit No. 060053 within the Animal Sterilization Fund- Fund No. 842 entitled, Community Cat Spay and Neuter Program for the spay and neuter of community cats.
    3. Disbursement of these funds in accordance with the provisions of the Animal Welfare Trust Fund.
Fiscal Impact Statement:

The DAS reports that there will be no financial impact to the General Fund.  This donation will be deposited into the Animal Sterilization Fund and disbursements will be made pursuant to the provisions of the Fund.

Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
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21-0029

AD HOC ON COVID-19 RECOVERY AND NEIGHBORHOOD INVESTMENT COMMITTEE REPORT relative to a status report on the $900 billion COVID-19 relief package including funding categories, guidelines, and restrictions.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Martinez - O’Farrell):

NOTE and FILE the Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA) verbal report relative to the $900 billion COVID-19 relief package, including the categories of funding, how much funding the City could receive in each category, and the guidelines for restrictions on said funding.

Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report.  Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
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12-1690-S17

HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY COMMITTEE REPORT relative to Winter Shelter Program sites and Augmented Winter Shelter sites.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Cedillo - Rodriguez):
  1. DIRECT the ChiefLegislative Analyst (CLA) to identify and report in 14 days the policy and procedures used by the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management and Homeless Prevention Initiative compared to the City of Los Angeles Emergency Management Department and provide recommendations for an alignment that allows the City to use thresholds that take into consideration the totality of a situation including weather, citywide winter shelter sites, equity, and access to trigger activation of Augmented Winter Shelter sites to modify and improve activation during the current and future winter season.
  2. DIRECT the City Administrative Officer (CAO) with the assistance of the Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department (HCIDLA) and the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) to identify and report in 14 days the funding and facilities currently to support the Winter Shelter Program sites and Augmented Winter Shelter sites for Fiscal Year 20-21 including the ability to expand site utilization beyond March 31, 2021, when these programs are set to end.
  3. DIRECT the CAO with the assistance of the Department of Recreation and Parks, HCIDLA, and the LAHSA to identify and report in 180 days the funding and facilities needed to open a Winter Shelter Program and Augmented Winter Shelter site for FY 21-22 in every Council district.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report.  Community Impact Statement: Yes

For: Greater Cypress Park Neighborhood Council
        Echo Park Neighborhood Council
 
 
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19-0774-S1
CD 14

HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the construction of temporary homeless housing on the parking lot located at 7570 North Figueroa Street.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (De Leon - Rodriguez): 
  1. INSTRUCT the Bureau of Engineering, in coordination with the City Administrative Officer (CAO), Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA), and Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP) to initiate the design process for temporary homeless housing on the parking lot located at 7570 North Figueroa Street as well as the unused section of Arroyo Drive located adjacent to Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 5492021900.
     
  2. AUTHORIZE the CAO and the RAP to execute any agreements with SoCal Edison and the County of Los Angeles for the property located at 7570 North Figueroa Street in order to effectuate the construction of temporary homeless housing.
     
  3. REQUEST the Board of Recreation and Parks Commissioners to hear this matter within 30 days for consideration of approval of the usage of the parking lot at 7570 North Figueroa Street for temporary interim housing for people experiencing homelessness.
     
  4. INSTRUCT that upon completion of construction, priority for all units shall be given to unhoused individuals in Council District 14, starting with the neighborhoods that each site is located within.
     
  5. INSTRUCT the CAO and the Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department to modify any necessary contracts with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority to ensure that homeless individuals in Eagle Rock and Highland Park are given the right of first refusal for the new units to be constructed at both sites.
     
  6. INSTRUCT the CAO to identify the necessary funding to construct temporary homeless housing on the aforementioned sites.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:  Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council
 
 
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21-0060

HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the Homeless Housing and Recovery Program including housing and options for housing that support substance abuse recovery, and feedback from people with lived experience. 
   
  Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Blumenfield - Ridley-Thomas):
  1. INSTRUCT the City Administrative Officer (CAO), Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA), Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department (HCIDLA) and REQUEST the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) to identify options for a reliable funding source for the Homeless Housing and Recovery Program and report back on policy changes, if any, that would be needed for implementation.
  2. INSTRUCT the CAO, CLA, HCIDLA. and request LAHSA, in consultation with Los Angeles County Public Health and Housing for Health, to report back on models and policies that include housing, and options for housing that support substance use recovery as well as housing retention policies, including feedback from people with lived experience. 
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report.  Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
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21-0040

HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the development of metrics to determine the suitability of hotels and motels for temporary and permanent homeless housing.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (De Leon - Rodriguez - O’Farrell):
  1. INSTRUCT  the City Administrative Officer (CAO), Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department (HCIDLA), and the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, in coordination with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) to develop metrics to determine if hotels and motels will be suitable for temporary and permanent homeless housing, as amended by the Homeless and Poverty Committee.
  2. INSTRUCT that these metrics specifically look at the cost per unit and the ability to turn temporary homeless housing units into permanent supportive housing units.
  3. INSTRUCT the Department of General Services to contact all hotels and motels in the City to determine if they meet the aforementioned criteria and determine if any of them are willing to participate in a Lease to Own program, and, upon doing so, develop a priority site list that prioritizes value for volume.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:  Greater Valley Glen Neighborhood Council
        Echo Park Neighborhood Council
 
 
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21-0041

HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the authority to develop a new set of design standards to facilitate the construction of temporary housing units.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (De Leon - Blumenfield - Koretz - et. al): 
  1. INSTRUCT the Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA), with the assistance of all other necessary departments, to evaluate what other California jurisdictions have done under the authority granted to them by Assembly Bill (AB) 2553 and based on this analysis, develop a new set of design standards that provides the most amount of design flexibility and reduces capital costs. 
  2. REQUEST the City Attorney, in coordination with the CLA, to draft an Ordinance establishing these new design requirements. 
  3. INSTRUCT that this matter be deemed an urgent necessity and that the CLA report and the draft Ordinance be transmitted to Council for review and approval within 30 days of the adoption of this motion. 
  4. REQUEST that the City Attorney, in consultation with the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD), prepare and present an Ordinance amending the relevant sections of the Los Angeles Municipal Code, as amended by the Homelessness and Poverty Committee, to: 
    1. Establish a definition for temporary structures for homeless housing.
    2. Establish that during a Declared Shelter Crisis, the Chief of the LAFD, or their designee, is authorized to modify hydrant and access requirements as well as fire protection requirements for temporary structures for homeless housing in order to accommodate additional units as needed, as long as the life and safety of teh occupants are preserved.
Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:  Greater Valley Glen Neighborhood Council
 
 
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13-1465

BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the Annual Reserve Fund Loan Review.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
  1. WRITE OFF $146,809.97 in Reserve Fund loans and advances listed on Attachment 1 of the City Administrative Officer (CAO) report dated January 14, 2021, attached to Council file No. 13-1465.
  2. INSTRUCT departments with outstanding loans to work with the special fund administrators and report to the Office of the CAO in 90 days on the status of loans listed on Attachment 1 of said report as requiring further analysis.
  3. INSTRUCT departments to prioritize and expedite the submission of invoices to the appropriate City department(s) in order to recover Reserve Fund loans made for special fund expenditures.
  4. AUTHORIZE the CAO to make technical corrections as necessary to those transactions included in this report to implement Mayor and City Council intentions.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The CAO reports that there is no General Fund impact resulting from the actions recommended within this report, as the 2020-21 Budget does not assume the repayment of these loans. In addition, these actions will not impact the current status of the Reserve Fund. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
 
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20-0763

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE REPORT relative to peer intervention programs and related peer intervention training within the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).

   
 

Recommendation for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Rodriguez - O'Farrell):

DIRECT the LAPD to:

  1. Report within 30 days in regard to Identifying peer intervention training programs to include a plan for fully adopting peer intervention training and incorporating peer intervention principles throughout the LAPD.
  2. Report within 30 days in regard to the LAPD's current peer intervention policy and fully integrate peer intervention training and policies into the department’s early warning system, otherwise known as TEAMS II, as well as other risk management functions of the LAPD, to better identify, track, and report an officer’s misconduct to include plans for implementation.
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.
 
 
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21-0015
CD 1

CONSIDERATION OF and ACTIONS RELATED TO A CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION and PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE REPORT relative to Appeals filed by Andrew and Yasmin Corona, Constance Street Residents; Aurora Corona; Denise Heesy, Heesy Corporation; Gloria Farias, Pico Union Housing Corporation (Representative: Ada R. Cordero-Sacks, Esq., The Law Offices of Ada R. Cordero-Sacks); Michael Rivera; Nicholas Heller, Heesy Corporation, on behalf of Imperial Liquor; Yolanda Gutierrez, La 27th Restaurant; and Nery O. Larios Vasquez, from the determination of the Los Angeles City Planning Commission (LACPC) to approve the following: 1) Categorical Exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines, Sections 15301 (Class 1) and 15332 (Class 32); 2) Zone Variance, pursuant to Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) Section 12.27 B, to allow off-site parking in lieu of on-site parking as required by LAMC Section 12.21 A.4(f); 3) Conditional Use Permit, pursuant to LAMC Section 12.24 U.24, for the construction, use, and maintenance of two charter elementary schools (Grades K-4); 4) a Conditional Use Permit, pursuant to LAMC Section 12.24 F, for the construction, use, and maintenance of two charter elementary schools (Grades K-4) with deviations in height and area requirements, as follows: a) a one-foot, 1.5-inch front yard setback; and, b) to maintain the existing side and rear yard setbacks; 5) a Conditional Use Permit, pursuant to LAMC Section 12.24 W.37, to maintain the existing public parking areas in the R Zone; 6) a Site Plan Review, pursuant to LAMC Section 16.05, for a change in use which results in a net increase of 1,000 or more average daily vehicle trips; 7) Condition No. 6 Design; 8) Condition No. 7 Parking; and, 9) Condition No. 14 Loading and Unloading; for the conversion of an existing commercial building for the operation of two charter elementary schools (Grades K-4) totaling 53,262 square feet of floor area with a combined maximum enrollment of 1,000 students, and to include 38 classrooms, a multi-purpose room, administrative office, an open play area on the second level, and the required parking to be provided in an adjacent surface parking lot, for the project site located at 1608-1636 West Pico Boulevard and 1321-1331 South Union Avenue, subject to Modified Conditions of Approval.
 
   
  Applicant: Margaret Ford, Equitas Academy Charter SchoolsRepresentative: Jack Rubens, Esq., Sheppard, Mullin, Richter, and Hampton LLPCase No.: CPC-2020-4095-ZV-CU-SPR-1A Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
  (Planning and Land Use Management Committee report to be submitted in Council. If public hearing is not held in Committee, an opportunity for public comment will be provided.)

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18-0902

INFORMATION, TECHNOLOGY, AND GENERAL SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT relative to an amendment to a contract with Verizon Business Network Services LLC for citywide telecommunications services.
   
  Recommendation for Council action:

AUTHORIZE the General Manager, Information Technology Agency, or designee, to execute Amendment No. 2 to City Contract C-127521 to extend the term of the Contract by 18 months through December 31, 2021; increase contract compensation by $700,000, for a new total not to exceed $5.7 million; and, effectuate the name change of the contractor to Verizon Business Network Services LLC on behalf of and as agent for MCI Communications Services LLC dba Verizon Business Services, subject to the approval of the City Attorney.
Fiscal Impact Statement: The City Administrative Officer (CAO) reports that sufficient funding for 2020-21 anticipated Contract expenditures is available in the Department’s Communication Services Account, Fund No. 100, Account No. 009350. Future year expenditures are limited to the availability of funds appropriated in the budget for this purpose. Financial Policies Statement: The CAO reports that the recommendation above is in compliance with the City’s Financial Policies as budgeted funding is available to support anticipated contract expenditures. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
  TIME LIMIT FILE - APRIL 12, 2021(LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION - APRIL 9, 2021)
 

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21-0118
CD 14

RELATED TO ITEM NO. 22, CF 21-0118-S1COMMUNICATION FROM THE LOS ANGELES CITY PLANNING COMMISSION (LACPC), RESOLUTION, and ORDINANCE FIRST CONSIDERATION relative to a General Plan Amendment (GPA), and Vesting Zone Change (VZC) and Height District Change (HDC), for the properties located at 412-426 Crocker Street and 411-425 Towne Avenue.
   
  Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
  1. FIND that the project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act as a Sustainable Communities Project (SCP), Case No. ENV-2020-88-SCPE, pursuant to Public Resources Code Section 21155.1.
  2. ADOPT the FINDINGS of the LACPC as the Findings of the Council.
  3. ADOPT the accompanying RESOLUTION as recommended by the Mayor and the LACPC, APPROVING the GPA to amend the Central City Community Plan to re-designate the land use of the project site from Light Manufacturing to Regional Commercial, pursuant to Los Angeles City Charter 555 and Section 11.5.6 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC).
  4. PRESENT and ADOPT the accompanying ORDINANCE, dated November 19, 2020, effectuating a Vesting Zone Change and Height District Change on the project site, pursuant to LAMC Sections 12.32 F and 12.32 Q, from M2-2D to [T][Q]C2-4D, consistent with the recommended GPA; and, APPROVE three Developer Incentives to permit a 60 percent reduction in the overall required open space, a 35 percent interior common open space to be provided toward the total Open Space requirement in lieu of 25 percent; and, that no parking space be required for units set aside at the Extremely Low and Very Low Income levels, as determined by the State of California (State) Department of Housing and Community Development or the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development; for the demolition of one existing vacant manufacturing building, and the construction, use, and maintenance of a seven-story, 178,200 square-foot mixed-use building with 175 dwelling units, including nine units restricted to Extremely Low Income Households, 146 dwelling units restricted to Very Low Income Households, 18 units restricted to Low Income Households, and two market rate manager's units; and, 8,691 square feet of commercial space on a 35,750 square-foot site; to be constructed with ground floor commercial space, and six levels of residential units, over one level of subterranean parking for a total building height of 87 feet, and a Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 4.99:1; the project includes 86 studio units, 60 one-bedroom units and 29 two-bedroom units; and, will provide 29 vehicular parking spaces, 125 bicycle parking spaces, and 7,291 square feet of open space; for the properties located at 412-426 Crocker Street and 411-425 Towne Avenue, subject to the Conditions of Approval as modified by the LACPC, attached to the Council file.
  5. INSTRUCT the Department of City Planning to update the General Plan and appropriate maps pursuant to this action.
  6. ADVISE the applicant, pursuant to LAMC Section 12.32 G:

    ...the Council may decide to impose a permanent Q Qualified classification...identified on the Zoning Map by the symbol Q in brackets... There shall be no time limit on removal of the brackets around the [Q] Qualified designation nor on removal of the T Tentative designation. After the conditions of the permanent [Q] Qualified classification have been fulfilled, the brackets surrounding the Q symbol shall be removed.
  7. ADVISE the applicant that, pursuant to State Public Resources Code Section 21081.6, the City shall monitor or require evidence that mitigation conditions are implemented and maintained throughout the life of the project and the City may require any necessary fees to cover the cost of such monitoring.
  8. ADVISE the applicant that, pursuant to State Fish and Game Code Section 711.4, a Fish and Game Fee and/or Certificate of Fee Exemption is now required to be submitted to the County Clerk prior to or concurrent with the Environmental Notice of Determination filing.
Applicant: Erich Nakano, Crocker Street Apartments, LPRepresentative: Eric Lieberman, QES IncorporatedCase No.: CPC-2020-87-GPAJ-VZCJ-HD-SPR-HCA-PHP; Related Case No.: VTT-82988-HCA 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.

 
  TIME LIMIT FILE - Los Angeles Municipal Code(LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION - APRIL 9, 2021)
  (Planning and Land Use Management Committee waived consideration of the above matter)
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21-0118-S1
CD 14

RELATED TO ITEM NO. 21, CF 21-0118CONSIDERATION OF and ACTIONS RELATED TO A SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES PROJECT EXEMPTION (SCPE) and COMMUNICATION FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING (DCP) relative to a SCPE request for the properties located at 412-426 Crocker Street and 411-425 Towne Avenue.
   
  Recommendations for Council action:
  1. FIND, based on the whole of the administrative record, including SCPE Case No. ENV-2020-88-SCPE, that the project is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act, pursuant to Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 21155.1; FIND that the project is a transit priority project pursuant to PRC Section 21155; and, FIND that the project is a sustainable communities project that meets all of the requirements of subdivisions (a) and (b), and one of the requirements of subdivision (c), of PRC Section 21155.1.
  2. FIND that the project, which involves the demolition of one existing vacant manufacturing building, and the construction, use, and maintenance of a seven-story, 178,200 square-foot mixed-use building with 175 dwelling units, including nine units restricted to Extremely Low Income Households, 146 dwelling units restricted to Very Low Income Households, 18 units restricted to Low Income Households, and two market rate manager's units; and, 8,691 square feet of commercial space on a 35,750 square-foot site; to be constructed with ground floor commercial space, and six levels of residential units, over one level of subterranean parking for a total building height of 87 feet, and a Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 4.99:1; the project includes 86 studio units, 60 one-bedroom units and 29 two-bedroom units; and, will provide 29 vehicular parking spaces, 125 bicycle parking spaces, and 7,291 square feet of open space; for the properties located at 412-426 Crocker Street and 411-425 Towne Avenue, is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act as a Sustainable Communities Project, SCPE Case No. ENV-2020-88-SCPE, pursuant to PRC Section 21155.1.
Applicant: Erich Nakano, Crocker Street Apartments, LPRepresentative: Eric Lieberman, QES IncorporatedCase No.: ENV-2020-88-SCPE; Related Case No.: CPC-2020-87-GPAJ-VZCJ-HD-SPR-HCA-PHP Fiscal Impact Statement: None submitted by the DCP. Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report. Community Impact Statement: None submitted.
 
  (Planning and Land Use Management Committee waived consideration of the above matter)

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