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AGENDA

LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL

 

 
    Wednesday, November 9, 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
PAUL KREKORIAN, Second District BOB BLUMENFIELD, Third District
  NITHYA RAMAN, Fourth District
President Pro Tempore PAUL KORETZ, Fifth District
CURREN D. PRICE, JR., Ninth District VACANT, Sixth District
  MONICA RODRIGUEZ, Seventh District
  MARQUEECE HARRIS-DAWSON, Eighth District
Assistant President Pro Tempore HEATHER HUTT, Tenth District
VACANT MIKE BONIN, Eleventh District
  JOHN S. LEE, Twelfth District
  MITCH O’FARRELL, Thirteenth District
  KEVIN DE LEÓN, Fourteenth District
  JOE BUSCAINO, Fifteenth District
 
PUBLIC COMMENT AND LIVE BROADCAST
 
The Council meetings will be broadcast live on Cable Television Channel 35, on the internet at https://clerk.lacity.org/calendar, and on YouTube. The live audio of the hearing will be available via telephone at: (213) 621-CITY (Metro), (818) 904-9450 (Valley), (310) 471-CITY (Westside), and (310) 547-CITY (San Pedro Area). If the live video or audio is unavailable via one of these channels, members of the public should try another channel.
 
The City Council will take public comment from members of the public in the Council chamber and also by teleconference. Members of the public who wish to offer public comment to the Council via teleconference 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.
 
Please note that, pursuant to Municipal Code Section 200.123, proof of full Covid-19 vaccination or of a negative Covid-19 test within the prior 72 hours will be required to enter the City Hall building for any purpose. Proof of a negative test requires a printed document, email, or text message displayed on a phone from a test provider or laboratory showing the results of a PCR or antigen Covid-19 test. Written public comment may be submitted at LACouncilComment.com.
 
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 below.
 
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 [email protected]
 
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, November 9, 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 Noticed for Public Hearing

(1)
22-1292
CD 10
MOTION (HUTT - HARRIS-DAWSON) and RESOLUTION relative to issuing one or more series of revenue bonds or notes in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $16,000,000 for the acquisition, rehabilitation, and equipping of a 48-unit multifamily rental house facility located at 1938 South Harvard Boulevard and 4230 West Adams Boulevard in Council District 10.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. HOLD a TEFRA (Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982) Hearing at the City Council Meeting on Wednesday, November 9, 2022.
     
  2. ADOPT the accompanying TEFRA RESOLUTION to allow CSCDA to issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $16,000,000 to provide financing for the acquisition, rehabilitation, and equipping of a 48-unit residential housing project located at 1938 South Harvard Boulevard and 4230 West Adams Boulevard in Council District 10.

   

Items for which Public Hearings Have Been Held

(2)
22-1235
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the City urging Waste Management, Inc. and Teamsters Local 396 to bargain in good faith and to come to an agreement expeditiously on a new collective bargaining agreement that will avoid a labor dispute that could negatively impact public health and the residents and businesses in the San Fernando Valley.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action, pursuant to Resolution (Blumenfield - Raman):

RESOLVE to urge the Waste Management, Inc. and Teamsters Local 396 to bargain in good faith and to come to an agreement expeditiously on a new collective bargaining agreement that will avoid a labor dispute that could negatively impact public health and the residents and businesses in the San Fernando Valley.

   
 

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)
20-1574
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to Citywide Job Order Contracting.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:

REQUEST the City's Chief Procurement Officer to consider Job Order Contracting in the City's overall procurement strategy as part of their Strategic Plan for purchasing.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: None submitted by the Bureau of Engineering or Department of General Services. Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(4)
22-0901
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to inflationary factors impacting capital projects.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:

NOTE and FILE the Municipal Facilities Committee report dated August 8, 2022 relative to inflationary factors impacting capital projects.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: Not applicable

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(5)
22-1111
CD 10
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to designating the intersection at 11th Street and Western Avenue as "Bourque's/Salisbury Square".
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, as initiated by Motion (Hutt – de Leon):
 

  1. DESIGNATE the intersection at 11th Street and Western Avenue as "Bourque's/Salisbury Square".
     
  2. DIRECT the Los Angeles Department of Transportation to erect permanent ceremonial sign(s) to this effect at this location.

   
 

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

   
(6)
21-0600-S46
INFORMATION, TECHNOLOGY, AND GENERAL SERVICES and PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEES’ REPORT relative to the status of broadband co-location deployments and efforts to bridge the digital divide.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:

NOTE and FILE the Bureau of Street Lighting report dated September 13, 2022 relative to the status of broadband co-location deployments and efforts to bridge the digital divide.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: Not applicable

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(7)
09-2665-S7
CD 9
HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the approval of additional funding and contract amendments to continue supporting site preparation services performed by AECOM, and site assessment and oversight services performed by the State of California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), for the clean-up of the Slauson Wall Site located at 5867 South Los Angeles Street in Council District 9.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Price – Harris-Dawson), SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. APPROVE additional funding in the amount of $96,743 from the Los Angeles Housing Department (LAHD) Low Moderate Housing Fund No. 55J, Account 43K008, to the City Administrative Officer (CAO), Fund No. 100/10, Account No. 003040 (Contractual Services) for site preparation services related to the Slauson Wall Development Project; and, authorize the CAO to amend Contract C-135202 with AECOM to add the new scope and increase the not to exceed contract amount to $1,222,195, subject to the approval of the City Attorney as to form.
     
  2. APPROVE additional funding in the amount of $113,715 from the LAHD Low Moderate Housing Fund No. 55J, Account 43K008, for use by the LAHD for site assessment and oversight services related to the Slauson Wall Site; and, authorize the LAHD to amend Contract C-130849 with the DTSC, subject to the approval of the City Attorney as to form.
     
  3. APPROVE funding in the amount of $155,000 from the LAHD Low Moderate Housing Fund No. 55J, Account 43K008, for use by the LAHD for other related remediation, site preparation, and post-remediation costs, including but not limited to groundwater monitoring, well destruction, excavation, backfill, and post-remediation soil vapor monitoring costs; and, authorize the LAHD to prepare, process, and execute any document(s) necessary to carry out the related work, subject to the approval of the City Attorney as to form.
     
  4. AUTHORIZE the Economic and Workforce Development Department to make any technical corrections or clarification as necessary to the above fund transfer instructions in order to effectuate the intent of the Motion.

   
 

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

   
(8)
21-0238
HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to a request for a summary of funds received by the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA), a breakdown on matters related to funds eligible for resident services, resident perspectives on the HACLA’s budget practices, resident engagement and programming priorities; and, Resident Advisory Council (RAC) budget priorities.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Bonin – Raman – Rodriguez – Ridley-Thomas):
 
  1. REQUEST the HACLA to report to the Council with the following information:
     
    1. A summary of funds the HACLA has received from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and other sources for the past five years, indicating which funds are eligible to be spent on resident services, and what restrictions come with those funds.
       
    2. A breakdown of how funds eligible for resident services have been spent for the past 5 years, and at which facilities they have been spent.
       
    3. The criteria used to determine how and where to spend resident service dollars, including whether funds are distributed according to population, geography, or any other factors.
       
    4. The methodology for selecting and approving funding for programs and services.
       
    5. A description of how the HACLA incorporates the views of residents and RACs into its funding decisions.
       
  2. INVITE the RACs to submit a report to the Council outlining resident perspectives on HACLA budgeting practices, resident engagement, and programming priorities.
     
  3. REQUEST the HACLA to create a participatory budget process for its RACs; and, annually share with the Council a summary of RAC budget priorities and a report on how they are being funded.

   
 

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

   
(9)
21-1186-S2
HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to amending the 48th Program Year (PY 48) Consolidated (Con) Plan for the reprogramming of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility improvements at FamilySource Centers, sole source contract authority for a planning consultant for the development of the City’s five-year 2023-27 Housing and Community Development Con Plan; and, related matters.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. APPROVE the projects in Table 1 contained in the Community Investment for Families Department (CIFD) report dated October 18, 2022, attached to the Council file, and the amending of the PY 48 Con Plan to reflect the change in funding.
     
  2. APPROVE the reprogramming of $2,134,000 in CDBG funds as detailed in Revised Attachment 1 dated October 25, 2022, attached to the Council file, and as a source of revenue for the revised PY 48 Con Plan budget.
     
  3. AUTHORIZE the General Manager, CIFD, or designee, to:
     
    1. Prepare and post for the 30‐day public comment period a Substantial Amendment to the PY 48 Con Plan listing the projects in Table 1 contained in said CIFD report and all revisions, and submit the amendment to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development for approval.
       
    2. Negotiate and execute contracts, contract amendments, and/or interdepartmental agreements as needed with the grant recipients, subject to City Attorney review and approval as to form, as detailed in Attachment 2 of said CIFD report.
       
  4. FIND, in accordance with Charter Section 371(e)(2) and Los Angeles Administrative Code Section 10.15(a)(2), that for the performance of the necessary professional, expert, technical services of a temporary and occasional character, that competitive bidding is not practicable or advantageous.
     
  5. FIND, in accordance with Charter Section 1022, that the CIFD does not have available in its employ personnel with sufficient time or necessary expertise to undertake the services in a timely manner, and it is more feasible, economical and in the CIFD’s best interest to secure these services by contract with the entities identified in Attachment 2 of said CIFD report.
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  6. APPROVE the Controller Instructions included in Revised Attachment 3 dated October 25, 2022, attached to the Council file; authorize the General Managers, or designees, of program implementing City departments to prepare Controller instructions and any technical adjustments consistent with Mayor and Council actions on this matter, subject to the approval of the Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA); and, authorize the Controller to implement these instructions.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: The CIFD reports that there is no impact to the General Fund. All costs are covered by the Federal CDBG.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(10)
22-1046
CD 3
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOBS and PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEES’ REPORT relative to proposed contract with Waisman Construction Inc. (Waisman) for the Madrid Theatre Renovations Project, located at 21622 Sherman Way.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:
 
  1. APPROVE the award of the construction contract for the Madrid Theatre Renovations Project (Work Order No. E1908443) to Waisman for an amount not to exceed $10,743,000.
     
  2. INSTRUCT the City Administrative Officer to work with Council District 3 to identify supplemental funding sources to address the anticipated shortfall of $3.31 million, which may include additional contributions of City capital funds that will be pursued as a last recourse through the City Budget process for the upcoming 2023-24 Fiscal Year budget.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: The Municipal Facilities Committee reports that there is a potential General Fund impact of up to $3.31 million in 2023-24, to the extent that sufficient funding from supplemental sources are not secured to address the current project shortfall.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(11)
18-0510-S2
CD 11
INFORMATION, TECHNOLOGY, AND GENERAL SERVICES and HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY COMMITTEES’ REPORT relative a lease amendment with Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro) and a subsequent Sublease with People Assisting the Homeless (PATH), for A Bridge Home located at 100 Sunset Avenue.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:

AUTHORIZE the Department of General Services to negotiate and execute a lease amendment with Metro and a sublease with PATH for the continued operation of A Bridge Home located at 100 Sunset Avenue. The term of both the lease amendment and sublease agreement is 12 months, effective July 1, 2022. 

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: The Municipal Facilities Committee reports that there is no General Fund impact. PATH operations for this site are fully funded in 2022-23, as these costs will be funded by $2.19 million from Round Two of the Homeless Housing, Assistance, and Prevention Grant (HHAP-2).

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(12)
18-0941-S2
CD 1
HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY COMMITTEE REPORT relative to a lease amendment to extend a lease with Los Angeles Mission; and a sublease extension with People Assisting the Homeless (PATH), to operate an interim housing site located at 1920 West 3rd Street in Council District 1.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:

AUTHORIZE the General Manager, Department of General Services, or designee, to negotiate and execute a lease amendment to extend with the landlord, Los Angeles Mission; and a subsequent sublease extension between the City and PATH, for operation of an interim housing site located at 1920 West Third Street in Council District 1, under the terms and conditions substantially outlined in the Municipal Facilities Committee (MFC) report dated October 6, 2022, attached to Council file No. 18-0941-S2.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: The MFC reports that there is no anticipated General Fund impact as no revenues will be generated by this lease. On June 7, 2022, Council approved 2022-23 funding totaling $767,448 from the Additional Homeless Services – General City Purposes (AHS-GCP) Fund (Council file No. 20-0841-S25). Construction costs will be funded by the Los Angeles Mission and future maintenance costs will be funded using available AHS-GCP funds.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(13)
20-0841-S27
CD 1
HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY COMMITTEE REPORT relative to a lease agreement with the John Wesley Center for Health (JWCH), for the operation of a Tiny Home interim housing site, located at 499-503 San Fernando Road in Council District 1.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:

AUTHORIZE the General Manager, Department of General Services, or designee, to negotiate and execute a lease agreement with JWCH for the Tiny Home site located at 499-503 San Fernando Road, to operate an interim housing site under the terms and conditions substantially outlined in the Municipal Facilities Committee (MFC) report dated October 14, 2022, attached to Council file No. 20-0841-S27.

   
 

Financial Policies Statement: The MFC reports that there is no General Fund impact as there is no revenue generated from this zero cost lease. Funding for construction costs totaling $14,415,914 will be provided from the Additional Homeless Services-General City Purpose Fund ($11,603,635) and the Community Development Block Grant COVID-19 Fund ($2,812,279). First year operational costs will be provided from the 12th COVID-19 Homelessness Roadmap funding report (Council file No. 20-0841-S25).

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(14)
22-1209
ARTS, PARKS, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE REPORT report relative to the request for contract authority for Reelabilities Film Festival Los Angeles 2022 event production.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. AUTHORIZE the Acting Executive Director, Department on Disability (Disability), or designee, to negotiate and execute an agreement, and amendments to the agreement, subject to City Attorney approval as to form, with a service provider, in accordance with the City Procurement Policy and Charter Section 1022 (where applicable), and in compliance with the City’s contracting requirements, between the City and The Industry List, Inc. dba Street Food Cinema.
     
  2. AUTHORIZE the Executive Director, Disability, or designee, to prepare Controller instructions, and any necessary technical adjustments that are consistent with the Mayor and Council action on this matter, subject to approval of the City Administrative Officer (CAO); and, authorize the Controller to implement the instructions.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: The Disability reports that approval of the recommendations has no additional fiscal impact on the General Fund. Funding in the amount of $123,852 is available in Fund No. 849, Mayor’s Office for Handicap Trust, Appropriation Unit 65100N.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(15)
22-0985
ARTS, PARKS, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the establishment of a platform or single user interface system to connect all City departments when it comes to youth related services and programming.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Rodriguez - Krekorian):
 
  1. INSTRUCT the Youth Development Department, with assistance from the Information Technology Agency (ITA), and all City departments and offices including the Mayor's Office that have youth programming and services, to report in 90 days on recommendations for establishing a platform or single user interface system to connect all departments when it comes to youth related services and programming.
     
  2. DIRECT the City Administrative Officer (CAO) to identity funding for a platform or single user interface system for youth related services and programming.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(16)
22-1088
ARTS, PARKS, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the initial costs of providing automated external defibrillators (AED) at every Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP) facility, and related matters.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Krekorian – O ‘Farrell):
 
  1. INSTRUCT the RAP, with assistance from the Los Angeles Fire Department and the Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA), to report on the total number and location of AEDs at RAP facilities, the record of utilization of AEDs at RAP facilities, and a plan for implementing AEDs at every RAP facility in the City.
     
  2. INSTRUCT the RAP, with assistance from the CLA, and City Administrative Officer (CAO), to report on the initial costs of providing AEDs at every RAP facility, life-cycle costs, maintenance costs, infrastructure costs, and any additional information that may be necessary for Council to consider to evaluate, and appropriate the funds necessary to implement the plan.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the CLA has completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:
Westside Neighborhood Council

   
(17)
22-0698
CD 5
ARTS, PARKS, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the infeasibility findings of the Poinsettia Recreation Center parking lot project as part of the Proposition K Measure.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:
 
  1. FIND that there are no viable properties available to implement the acquisition component of the Proposition K - L.A. For Kids Poinsettia Recreation Center Project (S45), following the performance of due diligence by the Department of General Services, and the Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP) to identify suitable properties in the prior program years.
     
  2. DETERMINE that the acquisition component of the specified scope defined for Poinsettia Recreation Center Project (S45) is infeasible due to the lack of viable properties available for acquisition, as specified under the 1996 Proposition K Ballot Measure, based on the determination by RAP that none of the properties available for acquisition are suitable or practical in implementing the respective Proposition K specified scopes defined for this facility.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: The L.A. for Kids Steering Committee reports that approval of the recommendations will have no fiscal impact on the General Fund.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(18)
19-0023-S1
CD 1
ARTS, PARKS, HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the Park Fee recreation credits for publicly and privately accessible amenities per the provisions of Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) Section 12.33 for Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. (VTT) 82227-CN located at 942 North Broadway.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:
 

  1. APPROVE the Park Fee recreation credit in the amount of $984,374.30 for privately accessible amenities per the provisions of LAMC Section 12.33 for VTT 82227-CN; and as further detailed in the September 16, 2022 Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners (Board) report, Report No. 22-242, attached to the Council file.
     
  2. APPROVE the Park Fee recreation credit in the amount of $990,480.98 for publicly accessible amenities per the provisions of LAMC Section 12.33 for VTT 82227-CN; and as further detailed in the September 16, 2022 Board report, Report No. 22-241, attached to the Council file.
     
  3. AUTHORIZE the Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP) to execute the Covenant and Agreement Regarding Park and Recreational Facilities, and Publicly Accessible Park and Recreational Facility Operation and Maintenance Agreement, as detailed in the September 16, 2022 Board reports, attached to the Council file.
     
  4. AUTHORIZE the RAP to make technical corrections as necessary to carry out the intent of the September 16, 2022 Board reports, attached to the Council file.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: The Board reports that approval of the recommendations will have no fiscal impact on the RAP’s General Fund. Any costs for the implementation and enforcement of the recommendations and the agreements are anticipated to be paid for by the Park Fees Admin Account.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(20)
13-0603-S1
CD 10
ORDINANCE OF INTENTION SECOND CONSIDERATION relative to modifications to the Greater Leimert Park/Crenshaw Corridor Business Improvement District (BID) Management District Plan.
   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
 

(Economic Development and Jobs Committee Report adopted at Council meeting of November 2, 2022)

   
(21)
23-1300
ORDINANCE SECOND CONSIDERATION relative to calling a Special Election on April 4, 2023, and Special Runoff Election on June 27, 2023, for purposes of filling the vacancy in the Sixth District of the Los Angeles City Council.
   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
 

(Communication from City Attorney and Resolution adopted at Council meeting of November 2, 2022)

   
(22)
22-0602
CD 10
CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION and PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the inclusion of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union State Headquarters, located at 551 South Kingsley Drive, in the list of Historic-Cultural Monuments.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:​
 
  1. DETERMINE that the proposed designation is categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), pursuant to Article 19, Section 15308, Class 8 and Article 19, Section 15331, Class 31 of the State CEQA Guidelines.
     
  2. DETERMINE that the subject property conforms with the definition of a Monument pursuant to Section 22.171.7 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code.
     
  3. ADOPT the FINDINGS of the Cultural Heritage Commission (CHC) as the Findings of Council.
     
  4. APPROVE the recommendations of the CHC relative to the inclusion of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union State Headquarters, located at 551 South Kingsley Drive, in the list of Historic-Cultural Monuments.

Applicant: City of Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission

Owner: Woman’s Christian Temperance Union of Southern California

Case No. CHC-2022-1865-HCM

Environmental No. ENV-2022-1866-CE

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: None submitted by the CHC. Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted 

   
(23)
22-1200-S60
PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the appointment of Mr. Marty Shelton to the West Los Angeles Area Planning Commission (WLAAPC).
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:

RESOLVE that the Mayor’s appointment of Mr. Marty Shelton to the WLAAPC for the term ending June 30, 2024, is APPROVED and CONFIRMED. Mr. Shelton currently resides in Council District 11. (Current composition: M = 0; F = 4; Vacant = 1)

Financial Disclosure Statement: Filed

Background Check: Pending

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
 

TIME LIMIT FILE - NOVEMBER 25, 2022

   
 

(LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION - NOVEMBER 23, 2022)

   
(24)
22-0741
CD 13
CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION and PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the inclusion of the Queen of Elysian Heights, located at 2004 North Echo Park Avenue and 1553 West Ewing Street, in the list of Historic-Cultural Monuments.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:​
 
  1. DETERMINE that the proposed designation is categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), pursuant to Article 19, Section 15308, Class 8 and Article 19, Section 15331, Class 31 of the State CEQA Guidelines.
     
  2. DETERMINE that the subject property conforms with the definition of a Monument pursuant to Section 22.171.7 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code.
     
  3. ADOPT the FINDINGS of the Cultural Heritage Commission (CHC) as the Findings of Council.
     
  4. APPROVE the recommendations of the CHC relative to the inclusion of the Queen of Elysian Heights, located at 2004 North Echo Park Avenue and 1553 West Ewing Street, in the list of Historic-Cultural Monuments.

Applicant: Paul Bowers, Silver Lake Heritage Trust

Owners: Cosmo Padilla, Executor of the Estate of Mary P. Jarrin c/o Elizabeth H. Dale; Alfred C. Jarrin and Mary P. Jarrin, and NELA Development 1 LLC

Case No. CHC-2022-434-HCM

Environmental No. ENV-2022-435-CE

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: None submitted by the CHC. Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(25)
21-0163-S1
CD 14
SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (SCEA), MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM, ERRATA, ERRATA NO. 2, MITIGATION MEASURES, RELATED CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) FINDINGS, PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE REPORT, RESOLUTION, and ORDINANCE FIRST CONSIDERATION relative to a General Plan Amendment (GPA), Vesting Zone Change and Height District Change for the properties located at 1000, 1016, 1026 South Mateo Street; 2006, 2010, 2016, 2018 East Bay Street; and 2001, 2007, 2011, 2015, 2019, 2023 East Sacramento Street.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. FIND, pursuant to Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 21155.2, after consideration of the whole of the administrative record, including the Senate Bill 375 SCEA dated August 20, 2020, Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, Errata dated February 23, 2021, and Errata No. 2 dated April 29, 2021 under Case No. ENV-2016-4555-SCEA (collectively known as the SCEA), and all comments received, after imposition of all mitigation measures there is no substantial evidence that the Project will have a significant effect on the environment; FIND that the City Council held a hearing on and adopted the SCEA on May 19, 2021 (CF 21-0163) pursuant to PRC Section 21155.2(b)(6); FIND the Project is a "transit priority project" as defined by PRC Section 21155 and the Project has incorporated all feasible mitigation measures, performance standards, or criteria set forth in prior Environmental Impact Reports (EIR), including Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) 2020-2045 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS) (Connect SoCal) Program EIR, SCH No. 2019011061; FIND all potentially significant effects required to be identified in the initial study have been identified and analyzed in the SCEA; FIND with respect to each significant effect on the environment required to be identified in the initial study for the SCEA, changes or alterations have been required in or incorporated into the Project that avoid or mitigate the significant effects to a level of insignificance or those changes or alterations are within the responsibility and jurisdiction of another public agency and have been, or can and should be, adopted by that other agency; FIND the SCEA reflects the independent judgment and analysis of the City; FIND the mitigation measures have been made enforceable conditions on the Project; and ADOPT the SCEA.
     
  2. ADOPT the amended FINDINGS, dated August 24, 2021, of the Los Angeles City Planning Commission (LACPC) as the Findings of Council.
     
  3. ADOPT the accompanying RESOLUTION, as recommended by the Mayor and the LACPC ,APPROVING a GPA to the Central City North Community Plan to amend the land use designation of the project site from Heavy Manufacturing to Commercial Industrial, and remove Footnote Nos. 1 and 6 of the General Plan Land Use Map from the Project site to permit Height District 2 in the CM Zone.
     
  4. PRESENT and ADOPT the accompanying ORDINANCE, dated July 22, 2021, to effectuate a Vesting Zone Change and Height District Change from M3-1-RIO to [T][Q]CM-2D-RIO, to permit residential uses on the project site and allow a maximum Floor Area Ratio of 4.37:1, pursuant to Los Angeles Municipal Code Sections 12.32 F and Q; for the demolition of existing buildings and surface parking lot, and for the construction, use, and maintenance of an eight-story mixed-use building containing 106 live/work condominium units, including nine units set aside for Very Low Income Households and three units set aside for Moderate Income Households, and 119,845 square feet of commercial space, including retail, restaurant, and office, on a 62,111 square-foot site; the proposed building would be 127 feet in height, as measured to the top of the parapet, and contains 257,287 square feet of floor area with a Floor Area Ratio of 4.37:1; the project would provide 402 vehicle parking spaces within a three-level parking garage (two above-grade levels and one subterranean level), 145 bicycle parking stalls, and 18,862 square feet of usable open space; a maximum of 38,985 cubic yards of earth material would be exported from the project site; and a total of six trees, including three street trees, are proposed to be removed; for the properties located at 1000, 1016, 1026 South Mateo Street; 2006, 2010, 2016, 2018 East Bay Street; and 2001, 2007, 2011, 2015, 2019, 2023 East Sacramento Street, subject to Modified Conditions of Approval.
     
  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 Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 12.32 G:

    ...the Council may decide to impose a permanent Q Condition...identified on the zone change 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 California 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: Sammi Shaaya, Mateo Arts, LLC

Representative: Joel Miller, Gensler

Case No. CPC-2016-4554-GPA-VZC-HD-DB-SPR

Environmental No. ENV-2016-4555-SCEA

Related Case: VTT-74596-1A

   
 

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

   
(26)
22-1072
CD 13
TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORT relative to implementing the multi-modal accessibility concept proposal known as Sunset4ALL.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, as initiated by Motion (O’Farrell – Krekorian):
 
  1. INSTRUCT the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), with the assistance of the Bureau of Engineering (BOE), the Bureau of Street Services (BOSS), and the City Administrative Officer (CAO), to report in 60 days with recommendations to implement the multi-modal accessibility concept proposal known as Sunset4ALL to include:
     
    1. A project scope that ensures minimal parking space removal.
       
    2. Multi-year budgets
       
    3. Potential grant and funding opportunities
       
    4. Identification of potentially impacted stakeholders
       
    5. An implementation timeline.
       
  2. INSTRUCT the LADOT, with the assistance of BOE and BOSS as needed, to host public meetings with Sunset4ALL and other local community and business stakeholders to address and solve neighborhood and business concerns. 
     
  3. INSTRUCT the LADOT, with the assistance of BOE, BOSS, and the CAO, to report with the resources needed to complete the technical evaluation and public engagement described in the Motion and potential funding sources.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:
Los Feliz Neighborhood Council
Rampart Village

   
(27)
16-0670-S1
CD 13
CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION, TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORT, and RESOLUTION relative to conversion of the Temporary Preferential Parking District No. (TPPD) No. 228 to Preferential Parking District (PPD) No. 228 and the expansion of PPD No. 228 in the Silver Lake neighborhood.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:
 
  1. FIND that:
     
    1. The conversion of TPPD No. 228 to PPD No. 228 and the expansion of its boundaries, pursuant to Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) Section 80.58.d, is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as a Class 1 Categorical Exemption under Article 111.1.a.3 of the 2002 Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
       
    2. The adjacent businesses and their employees from Sunset Boulevard cause adverse parking impacts on the adjacent residential blocks around Sunset Boulevard, from which the residents deserve immediate relief.
       
  2. ADOPT the accompanying RESOLUTION to convert TPPD No. 228 to PPD No. 228 and the expansion of its boundaries, pursuant to the City Council's March 16, 2016, "Rules and Procedures for Preferential Parking Districts", to include the blocks within the residential area bounded by both sides of the street (unless specified otherwise):
     
    1. Centerline of Sunset Boulevard between Lucile Avenue and Occidental Boulevard
       
    2. Occidental Boulevard between Sunset Boulevard and North bound 101 Freeway
       
    3. North bound 101 Freeway between Occidental Boulevard and Silver Lake Boulevard
       
    4. Robinson Street between London Street and Silver Lake Boulevard (North bound 101 Freeway)
       
    5. London Street between Robinson Street and Micheltorena Street
       
    6. Micheltorena Street between London Street and Bellevue Avenue
       
    7. Bellevue Avenue between Micheltorena Street and Hoover Street
       
    8. Centerline of Hoover Street between Micheltorena Street and Lucile Avenue
       
    9. Lucile Avenue between Hoover Street and Sunset Boulevard
       
  3. AUTHORIZE the following parking restrictions for use on the residential portions of all streets in PPD No. 228:
     
    1. 2 HOUR PARKING 8 AM TO 6 PM; VEHICLES WITH DISTRICT NO. 228 PERMITS EXEMPT
       
    2. NO PARKING 6 PM TO 8 AM, 2 HOUR PARKING 8 AM TO 6 PM; VEHICLES WITH DISTRICT NO. 228 PERMITS EXEMPT
       
    3. NO PARKING 8 AM TO 6 PM; VEHICLES WITH DISTRICT NO. 228 PERMITS EXEMPT
       
    4. NO PARKING 6 PM TO 8 AM; VEHICLES WITH DISTRICT NO. 228 PERMITS EXEMPT
      ​​​​​​​
  4. INSTRUCT the Los Angeles Dpeartment of Transportation (LADOT) to initiate the necessary procedures for preparing and selling parking permits to residents within PPD No. 228, as specified in LAMC Section 80.58.
     
  5. DIRECT the LADOT to:
     
    1. Post or remove the authorized parking restrictions on the residential portions of the street segments enumerated in Recommendation No. 2, except for areas where parking is currently prohibited in the interest of traffic flow or public safety.
       
    2. Post or remove the authorized parking restrictions upon receipt and validation of petitions containing signatures from at least 75 percent of the dwelling units covering more than 50 percent of the developed frontage on a street segment requesting installation or removal of the parking restrictions set forth in Recommendation No. 3, after the expansion of this PPD, without further action by the City Council.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: The LADOT reports that revenue from the sale of permits will cover the cost of implementing, administering, and enforcing PPD No. 228.  Violations of the posted parking restrictions may result in citation fines deposited into the General Fund.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted.

   
(28)
22-1126
CD 6
TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORT relative to creating a plan for safety improvements along Victory Boulevard between the 405 Freeway and Sepulveda Boulevard.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action, pursuant to Motion (Martinez – Krekorian):

INSTRUCT the Los Angeles Department of Transportation and Bureau of Engineering to create a plan within the next 30 days for safety improvements along Victory Boulevard between the 405 Freeway and Sepulveda Boulevard in consultation with the surrounding community to include:
 
  1. Speed reduction improvements such as speed tables.
     
  2. A barrier at Blucher Street to prevent cars from crashing into homes.
     
  3. Pedestrian Safety enhancements. 

   
 

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.

   
(29)
21-0064
ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, AND RIVER COMMITTEE REPORT relative to adding Article No. 5 to Chapter XlX of the Los Angeles Municipal Code, to prohibit the distribution and sale of expanded polystyrene products (EPS) commonly referred to under the trade name Styrofoam.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:

REQUEST the City Attorney to amend the draft ordinance to include the following:
 
  1. The implementation phase for educating the public about the impending prohibition of EPS in the City beginning January 1, 2023.
     
  2. The implementation of the ordinance will become effective for large businesses, defined as more than 26 employees, on April 22, 2023.
     
  3. The implementation of the ordinance will become effective for all other businesses, defined as 26 employees or fewer, on April 22, 2024.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:
Silver Lake Neighborhood Council

   
(30)
22-1071
CD 13
PUBLIC WORKS and TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORTS relative to installing protected bike lanes along Riverside Drive, east of Fletcher Drive in Council District 13.
   
 

  1. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT

    Recommendations for Council action, pursuant to Motion (O’Farrell – Krekorian):
     
    1. DIRECT the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) to install protected bike lanes along Riverside Drive, east of Fletcher Drive in Council District 13, and continue them into Elysian Park along Stadium Way, following the route recommended in the City Bicycle Plan and the Elysian Park Master Plan.
       
    2. DIRECT the LADOT and the Department of Public Works (DPW), in consultation with the City Administrative Officer (CAO) to report on the cost to install both the Americans With Disability Act (ADA) sidewalk from Riverside Drive along Stadium Way into Elysian Park, which currently abruptly ends at Landa Street, and the recommended Pedestrian Activated Signalized Crosswalk at Elysian Park Drive and Stadium Way, as recommended in the Elysian Park Master Plan, which would assure the most underserved and mobility challenged residents safe passage and connectivity from the Los Angeles River through Elysian Park, to both active and passive recreation as well as the commercial centers of Downtown, Echo Park, and Dodger Stadium.
       
  2. TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE REPORT

    Recommendations for Council action, as initiated by Motion (O’Farrell – Krekorian):
     
    1. DIRECT the LADOT to install protected bike lanes along Riverside Drive, east of Glendale Blvd and continue them into Elysian Park along Stadium Way, following the route recommended in the City Bicycle Plan and the Elysian Park Master Plan.
       
    2. DIRECT the LADOT and the DPW, in consultation with the CAO and Department of Recreation and Parks, to report on the cost to install both the ADA sidewalk from Riverside Drive along Stadium Way into Elysian Park, which currently abruptly ends at Landa Street, and the recommended Pedestrian Activated Signalized Crosswalk at Elysian Park Drive and Stadium Way, as recommended in the Elysian Park Master Plan, which would assure the most underserved and mobility challenged residents safe passage and connectivity from the Los Angeles River through Elysian Park, to both active and passive recreation as well as the commercial centers of Downtown, Echo Park, and Dodger Stadium.
       
    3. DIRECT the LADOT to report with the level of engagement and resources needed to accomplish the above direction.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: Neither the CAO nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:
Atwater Village Neighborhood Council
Los Feliz Neighborhood Council

   
(31)
22-0151
PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT (PLUM) and ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, AND RIVER (ECCEJR) COMMITTEES REPORT relative to implementation of building decarbonization strategies in new buildings.
 
   
 

  1. PLUM COMMITTEE REPORT

    Recommendations for Council action:
     
    1. REQUEST the City Attorney, with the assistance of the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS), to prepare and present an ordinance for implementation on January 1, 2023, requiring the decarbonization of new buildings through electrification, as follows:
       
      1. Require all new buildings to be fully electrified as of April 1, 2023.
        ​​​​
        1. Except that Affordable Housing Projects shall have an effective date of June 1, 2023.
           
      2. Require all new hotel, motel, and residential buildings over a number of units to be determined to install a solar thermal water heating system for a portion of the domestic hot water demand if they have a flat roof and central domestic water heating system.
         
        1. Except that new hotel, motel, and residential buildings that implement greywater and/or dual plumbing systems shall be exempt from the solar thermal water heating system requirement.
           
      3. Provide the following exemptions from the full electrification requirement:
         
        1. Process Gas:
          ​​​
          1. Manufacturing & Industrial Facilities
             
          2. Hospitals & Laboratories
             
        2. Specialized Equipment:
           
          1. Cooking appliances in restaurants and cafeterias
             
          2. Gas-powered life-safety systems (Emergency Backup)
             
        3. Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs):
           
          1. Newly constructed, attached ADUs using existing systems in dwelling.
             
        4. Additional exemptions as needed.
           
        5. In all cases, exemptions shall require electrical wiring and panel capacity to be installed for future conversion.
           
    2. REQUEST the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) to explore the establishment of a financial incentive program for the installation of solar thermal water heating systems in buildings subject to the above requirements, and in addition, request LADWP, with the assistance of the Los Angeles Housing Department (LAHD) and LADBS, to conduct public outreach to ensure that the proposed ordinance does not have a detrimental impact on the construction of new affordable housing projects in the City.
       
    3. INSTRUCT the LADBS to work closely with the LADWP to leverage existing and future rebate programs to help customers address any potential increases in utility cost during the transition to electrified buildings.
       
    4. INSTRUCT the LADBS to report to Council on any policy proposal to apply building decarbonization to existing buildings, and to report on the rebate/financial incentives that will be needed to assist low-income City residents, with maps that show the impact on low-income residents in each of the 15 Council districts.
       
    5. INSTRUCT the LAHD and LADBS to work with affordable housing project applicants to ensure that they receive all the information/technical assistance needed that is required  by the proposed ordinance.
       
    6. INCLUDE commissaries and community kitchens to the list of exemptions from full electrification requirements under Recommendation 1.c.ii.a.
       
    7. CORRECT the typographical error on page 9, paragraph 4 of the LADBS report dated September 30, 2022, in the last sentence the word ‘savings’ should say ‘increase’ and read as follows: ‘First-year utility costs saw increase of $39-$41 per unit’.

       
  2. ECCEJR COMMITTEE REPORT

    Recommendations for Council action:
     
    1. APPROVE the September 30 ,2022 LADBS report, attached to the Council file, and amend to remove the reference to solar thermal water heating and greywater.
       
    2. DIRECT the LADBS and the LADWP to report on the feasibility, scope, and necessary resources needed to entice area restaurant owners with an incentive program to participate in the full electrification of their facilities and operations in support of citywide decarbonization goals.
       
    3. DIRECT the LADBS to work closely with the LADWP to leverage existing and future rebate programs in order to help customers address any potential increases in utility cost during the transition to electrified buildings and include load growth modeling for the adoption of Electric Vehicles (EV) to ensure that any proposed building standards include sufficient capacity for EV Chargers in addition to other appliances and equipment contemplated in this report.
       
    4. DIRECT the LADWP to include in its annual briefing book, updates on the neighborhoods and infrastructure that it has upgraded to incorporate EV Chargers and has upgraded sufficiently to support EV Charging infrastructure in new construction.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement:

None submitted by LADBS. Neither the City Administrative Officer nor the Chief Legislative Analyst has completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement:

Yes

For:
Westside Neighborhood Council
Hollywood United Neighborhood Council
Del Rey Neighborhood Council
Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council

Against: Studio City Neighborhood Council

   
 

(Housing and Economic Development and Jobs Committees waived consideration of the above matter)

   

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

(32)
20-0291
RESOLUTION relative to the Declaration of Local Emergency by the Mayor, dated March 4, 2020, wherein he declared that conditions of disaster or of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property have arisen both internationally and within the United States as a result of the introduction of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), pursuant to the provisions of the Los Angeles Administrative Code (LAAC) Section 8.27.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:
 

ADOPT the accompanying RESOLUTION to:
 
  1. Resolve that a local emergency continues to persist within the City of Los Angeles, within the meaning of Los Angeles Administrative Code Section 8.21, et seq., and the continuance of the Mayor’s March 4, 2020, Declaration of Local Emergency through 30 days from the adoption of this Resolution is therefore necessary.
     
  2. Direct, in accordance with the LAAC, Section 8.21 et seq., all appropriate City departments, agencies and personnel shall continue to perform all duties and responsibilities to represent the City of Los Angeles in this matter for the purpose of abating the emergency and for the receipt, processing and coordination of all inquiries and requirements necessary to obtain whatever State and Federal assistance that may become available to the citizens of Los Angeles who may be affected by the emergency.
     
  3. Instruct the General Manager, Emergency Management Department, to advise the Mayor and City Council on the need for extension of this Declaration of Local Emergency as may be required.
     
  4. Instruct the City Clerk to forward copies of this Resolution to the Governor of the State of California, the Director of the California Office of Emergency Services, and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(33)
21-1189
COMMUNICATION FROM THE CITY ATTORNEY relative to finding in accordance with Assembly Bill (AB) 361 Section 3(e)(1)(B) whether meeting in person would present imminent risks to the health or safety of attendees because of the continuing state of emergency related the Covid-19 pandemic, as originally proclaimed by the Governor on March 4, 2020; and related actions.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:

 

  1. FIND in accordance with AB 361 Section 3(e)(3) that, while the state of emergency due to the Covid-19 pandemic, as originally proclaimed by the Governor on March 4, 2020, remains active and/or state or local officials have imposed or recommended measures to promote social distancing, the City Council has reconsidered the circumstances of the state of emergency and finds for City Council, including its advisory Committees, that the state of emergency continues to directly impact the ability of the members to meet safely in person and/or state or local officials continue to impose or recommend measures to promote social distancing.
     
  2. FIND in accordance with AB 361 Section 3(e)(3) that, while the state of emergency due to the Covid-19 pandemic, as originally proclaimed by the Governor on March 4, 2020, remains active and/or state or local officials have imposed or recommended measures to promote social distancing, the City Council has reconsidered the circumstances of the state of emergency and finds for all City Brown Act bodies that the state of emergency continues to directly impact the ability of the members to meet safely in person and/or state or local officials continue to impose or recommend measures to promote social distancing.
     
  3. INSTRUCT the Clerk to place on the agenda for a Council meeting not more than 30 calendar-days after Council adopts these findings and recommendations an item entitled “Findings to Continue Teleconference Meetings Pursuant to AB 361 and Related Actions” and include these same recommendations for adoption by Council; and, instruct the Clerk to continue to do so on the agenda for a Council meeting not more than 30 calendar-days after each time Council adopts these findings and recommendations, until Council instructs the Clerk to cease doing so.

 

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
(34)
22-0882
RESOLUTION relative to the Declaration of Local Emergency by the Mayor, dated August 2, 2022, wherein the Mayor declared the existence of a local emergency due to the spread of the monkeypox virus, pursuant to provisions of the Los Angeles Administrative Code (LAAC) Section 8.27.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:

ADOPT the accompanying RESOLUTION to:
 
  1. Resolve that a local emergency continues to persist within the City of Los Angeles, within the meaning of LAAC Section 8.21, et seq., and the continuance of the Mayor’s August 2, 2022, Declaration of Local Emergency through 30 days from the adoption of this Resolution is therefore necessary.
     
  2. Direct, in accordance with the LAAC, Section 8.21 et seq., all appropriate City departments, agencies, and personnel shall continue to perform all duties and responsibilities to represent the City of Los Angeles in this matter for the purpose of abating the emergency, and for the receipt, processing and coordination of all inquiries and requirements necessary to obtain whatever State and Federal assistance that may become available to the citizens of Los Angeles who may be affected by the emergency.
     
  3. Instruct the General Manager, Emergency Management Department, to advise the Mayor and City Council on the need for extension of this Declaration of Local Emergency as may be required.
     
  4. Instruct the City Clerk to place on the City Council’s agenda the continuation of the state of local emergency not more than 30 calendar days after adoption of this Resolution and then not more than 30 calendar days after every subsequent adoption that continues the declared state of emergency, until such time as the Council votes not to continue the state of emergency or rescinds this instruction.
     
  5. Instruct the City Clerk to forward copies of this Resolution to the Governor of the State of California, the Director of the Office of Emergency Services of the State of California, and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: Yes

For: Palms Neighborhood Council

   
(35)
22-0001
MOTION (KREKORIAN - PRICE) relative to amending Council action of December 7, 2021 to change the dates of the 2022 Winter Recess.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action:

AMEND Council action of December 7, 2021 relative to the 2022 Council Recess Schedule (Council file No. 22-0001) to change the dates of the Winter Recess to Wednesday, December 14, 2022 through Friday, December 30, 2022.

   
(36)
22-1310
CD 3
MOTION (BLUMENFIELD - RODRIGUEZ) relative to funding for the removal of soil and the installation of K-rails on a segment of Bedel Street in Woodland Hills impacted by soil erosion.
   
 

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

  1. DIRECT the Bureau of Engineering (BOE) to initiate a new capital improvement project to be known as the “Bedel Street Erosion Repair Project” for the removal of soil and the installation K-rails on a segment of Bedel Street in the Woodland Hills neighborhood that has been impacted by soil erosion.
     
  2. TRANSFER and APPROPRIATE $53,000 within SB1 Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Special Fund No. 59V/50, from Account No. 50RKHT (Vista Del Mar 2,200-Ft & 3,000-Ft N/O Imperial Highway Bulkheads) to New Account (Bedel Street Erosion Repair Project) to fund the above BOE Project.
     
  3. AUTHORIZE the City Administrative Officer to make any technical corrections or clarifications to the above fund transfer instructions in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion.

   
(37)
22-0932
COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE BOARD OF WATER AND POWER COMMISSIONERS (Board) and CITY ATTORNEY, and ORDINANCE FIRST CONSIDERATION relative to the agreement pursuant to a competitive sealed proposal method permitting negotiations relating to the design, engineering, procurement, and construction, testing and commissioning of the Scattergood Generating Station (SGS) Units 1 and 2 Green Hydrogen-Ready Modernization Project.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action, SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MAYOR:
 
  1. CONCUR with the Board’s action of August 9, 2022, Resolution No. 023-037, which approves the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) SGS Station Units 1 and 2 Green Hydrogen-Ready Modernization Project Resolution, for an Ordinance requesting the City Council to establish Engineer-Procure-Construct Criteria pursuant to Section 371 (b) of the Los Angeles City Charter.
     
  2. PRESENT and ADOPT the accompanying ORDINANCE, dated September 2, 2022, authorizing the Board to award an agreement pursuant to a competitive sealed proposal method permitting negotiations relating to the design, engineering, procurement, and construction, testing and commissioning of the SGS Units 1 and 2 Green Hydrogen-Ready Modernization Project.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: The City Administrative Officer (CAO) reports that approval of the Ordinance will not have a fiscal impact. However, the ensuing contract will result in a total expenditure estimated at $800 million, excluding the cost of hydrogen. Funding will be provided from the Power Revenue Fund's Adopted Budget for the project in subsequent years. The CAO further reports that approval of the recommendations will have no impact on the City's General Fund.

   
 

Financial Policies Statement: The CAO reports that the recommendations comply with the LADWP’s Financial Policies.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

   
 

(Energy, Climate Change, Environmental Justice, and River Committee waived consideration of the matter)

   
(38)
22-0002-S87
COMMUNICATION FROM THE CHIEF LEGISLATIVE ANALYST (CLA) and RESOLUTION (KORETZ – HARRIS-DAWSON – WESSON – ET AL.) relative to establishing the City's position regarding H.R. 40 (Jackson - Lee), to establish the Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans Act to evaluate the impacts of slavery and discrimination on the social, political, and economic lives of African Americans, and make recommendations to repair those impacts.
   
 

Recommendation for Council action, pursuant to Resolution (Koretz - Harris-Dawson – Wesson – et al. ), SUBJECT TO THE CONCURRENCE OF THE MAYOR:

ADOPT the accompanying RESOLUTION to include in the City’s 2021 - 22 Federal Legislative Program, SUPPORT for H.R. 40 (Jackson - Lee), which would establish the Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans to evaluate the impacts of slavery and discrimination on the social, political, and economic life of African Americans, and make recommendations to repair those impacts.

   
 

Fiscal Impact Statement: None submitted by the CLA. The City Administrative Officer has not completed a financial analysis of this report.

   
 

Community Impact Statement: Yes

For:
Empowerment Congress West Area Neighborhood Development Council
Palms Neighborhood Council

   
 

(Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee waived consideration of the above matter)

   
(39)
22-1319
CD 5
MOTION (KORETZ - BUSCAINO) relative to funding for Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:
 

  1. ALLOCATE $250,000 from the Council District 5 portion of the "Neighborhood Service Enhancements" line item in the General City Purposes Fund No. 100/56 to Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services to support substance use disorder prevention, early intervention, and treatment services for the youth served in its Residential Treatment Program which helps to improve the mental health and well-being of children and families by providing specialized therapeutic services.
  2. DIRECT and AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to prepare, process and execute the necessary document(s) with, and/or payment(s) to Vista Del Mar, or any other agency, organization, or entity, as appropriate, in the above amount, for the above purpose, subject to the approval of the City Attorney, if needed.
  3. AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to make any technical corrections or clarifications to the above instructions in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion.

   
(40)
22-1320
CD 5
MOTION (KORETZ - BUSCAINO) relative to funding for Midtown Los Angeles Homeless Coalition.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:
 

  1. ALLOCATE $25,000 from the Council District 5 portion of the "Neighborhood Service Enhancements" line item in the General City Purposes Fund No. 100/56 to Midtown Los Angeles Homeless Coalition which provides homeless services to the eastern part of Council District 5.
  2. DIRECT and AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to prepare, process and execute the necessary document(s) with, and/or payment(s) to Midtown Los Angeles Homeless Coalition, or any other agency, organization, or entity, as appropriate, in the above amount, for the above purpose, subject to the approval of the City Attorney, if needed.
  3. AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to make any technical corrections or clarifications to the above instructions in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion.

   
(41)
22-1321
CD 5
MOTION (KORETZ - BUSCAINO) relative to funding for the Coalition for Economic Survival.
   
 

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

  1. ALLOCATE $100,000 from the Council District 5 portion of the "Neighborhood Service Enhancements" line item in the General City Purposes Fund No. 100/56 to the Coalition for Economic Survival to provide counseling and advice for tenants needing assistance on evictions and tenant protection services in Council District 5.
  2. DIRECT and AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to prepare, process and execute the necessary document(s) with, and/or payment(s) to Coalition for Economic Survival, or any other agency, organization, or entity, as appropriate, in the above amount, for the above purpose, subject to the approval of the City Attorney, if needed.
  3. AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to make any technical corrections or clarifications to the above instructions in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion.

   
(42)
22-1322
CD 5
MOTION (KORETZ - BUSCAINO) relative to funding for FixNation, Stray Cat Alliance, and Kitten Rescue.
   
 

Recommendations for Council action:
 

  1. ALLOCATE $225,000 from the Council District 5 portion of the "Neighborhood Service Enhancements" line item in the General City Purposes Fund No. 100/56 in equal portions to FixNation, Stray Cat Alliance, and Kitten Rescue, to reduce the overpopulation of feral kittens and cats through spay and neuter programs, life-saving and community care programs for kittens and cats as well as rescue programs.
     
  2. DIRECT and AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to prepare, process and execute the necessary document(s) with, and/or payment(s) to FixNation, Stray Cat Alliance, and Kitten Rescue, or any other agency, organization, or entity, as appropriate, in the above amount, for the above purpose, subject to the approval of the City Attorney, if needed.
     
  3. AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to make any technical corrections or clarifications to the above instructions in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion.

   
(43)
22-0777-S1
CD 5
MOTION (KORETZ - BUSCAINO) relative to funding the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) for non-reimbursable overtime activities in Council District 5.
   
 

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

  1. TRANSFER and APPROPRIATE $250,000 from the Council District 5 portion of the “Neighborhood Service Enhancements” line item in the General City Purposes Fund No. 100/56 to the Police Fund No. 100/70, Account No. 1092 (Overtime - Police Officers) for non-reimbursable overtime activities in Council District 5, as follows: $50,000 for Pacific Division, $100,000 for Wilshire Division, and $100,000 for West Los Angeles Division.
  2. AUTHORIZE the LAPD to make any technical corrections or clarifications to the above instructions in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion.

   
(44)
22-0011-S13
CD 11
MOTION (BONIN - HARRIS-DAWSON) relative to funding for ecological rehabilitation surrounding the Freshwater Marsh and the Ballona Wetlands in Council District 11 coordinated by the Friends of the Ballona Wetlands.
   
 

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

 
  1. TRANSFER $133,200 of the Council District 11 portion of the Street Furniture Revenue Fund No. 43D/50 to the Board of Public Works Fund No. 100/74, Account No. 3040 (Contractual Services) for ecological rehabilitation surrounding the Freshwater Marsh and the Ballona Wetlands in Council District 11 coordinated by the Friends of the Ballona Wetlands.
     

  2. AUTHORIZE the Board of Public Works, Office of Community Beautification to prepare the necessary documents with and/or payments to the Friends of Ballona Wetlands, or any other agency or organization, in the above amount for the above purpose, subject to the approval of the City Attorney as to form.
     

  3. AUTHORIZE the Department of Public Works, Office of Accounting to make any technical corrections of clarification as necessary to the above instructions in order to effectuate the intent of the Motion.

   
(45)
13-0933-S5
MOTION (BONIN - PRICE) relative to amending the Council action of December 11, 2021 regarding the Arts Development Fee Update and adopting the Arts Development Fee Expenditure Report (Council file No. 13-0933-S5), to fund a mural celebrating the Oaxacan community.
   
 

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

  1. AMEND the Council action of December 11, 2021 regarding the Arts Development Fee Update and adopting the Arts Development Fee Expenditure Report (Council file No. 13-0933-S5) to change the proposed use of three Council District 11 Accounts (L815, L831, and L833) from "District-Wide Mural project" to "Mural Celebrating the Oaxacan Community"; and, to authorize the Cultural Affairs Department (DCA) to make any corrections, clarifications or revisions to the above instructions, including any new instructions, in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion; said corrections, clarifications, and changes may be made orally, electronically or by any other means.
     
  2. INSTRUCT the DCA to work with the Oaxacan community in West Los Angeles to determine a location in West Los Angeles; design of a mural to celebrate the history, heritage, and culture of Oaxaqueños in Los Angeles; and, create a process to select a muralist or muralists to create such a mural.

   
(46)
22-1067
CD 11
MOTION (BONIN - HARRIS-DAWSON) relative to funding for additional community services in Council District 11.
   
 

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

 
  1. TRANSFER $50,000 within the General City Purposes fund No. 100/56 from the Council District 11 portion of the Special Events Fee Subsidy Line Item (Account No. 000868) to Account No. 00071 (CD-11 Community Services) for additional community services in Council District 11.
     

  2. AUTHORIZE the City Clerk to make any corrections, clarification, or revisions to the above fund transfer instructions, including any new instructions, in order to effectuate the intent of this Motion, and including any corrections and changes to fund or account numbers; said corrections/ clarifications/ changes may be made orally, electronically or by any other means. 

   

Items Called Special

Motions for Posting and Referral

Council Members' Requests for Excuse from Attendance at Council Meetings

Adjourning Motions

Council Adjournment

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