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LOGAN, CAN YOU HEAR ME? MR. DEAN

LOGAN, CAN YOU HEAR ME? >> HELLO? >>SPEAKER: HI, GOOD MORNING, THIS IS DEAN. SORRY, CAN YOU HEAR ME? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YES, I CAN HEAR YOU. THANK YOU VERY MUCH >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: GOOD MORNING EVERYONE, WELCOME TO THE REGULARLY KEDGE W SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, TODAY IS AUGUST 4, 2020. IT IS HELD REMOTELY TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC HEALTH OF ALL. I WILL CALL ATTENDANCE PLEASE RESPOND WHEN YOUR NAME IS CALLED. SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: PRESENT >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: HERE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: HERE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: HERE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR:CELIA DAVENPORT? >>SPEAKER: HERE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: MARY WICKHAM, COUNTY COUNSEL? >>SPEAKER: PRESENT >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: CELIA ZAVALA, EXECUTIVE OFFICER? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: HERE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AS INDICATED ON THE POSTED AGENDA, WE WILL BE TAKING TELEPHONIC PUBLIC COMMENT SEPARATELY FOR REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS AND PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS DURING TODAY’S MEETING, THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE BOARD RECEIVED OVER 6400 WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS FOR TODAY’S MEETING, AND AS THOSE WRITTEN COMMENTS WERE RECEIVED, ALL OF THEM WERE AVAILABLE TO THE SUPERVISORS FOR THEIR CONSIDERATION CONSISTENT WITH THE BROWN ACT REQUIREMENT. WE WILL CONTINUE TO RECEIVE WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS THROUGHOUT THE MEETING. DUE TO THE NUMBER OF WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENTS RECEIVED, WE WILL NOT BE READING THE NAMES. HOWEVER, THESE COMMENTS WILL BECOME PART OF THE

OFFICIAL RECORD. COLLEAGUES FOR TODAY’S MEETING, THE EXECUTIVE OFFICER WILL READ IN THE AGENDA, FOLLOWED BY PUBLIC COMMENT FOR REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS, AFTER WHICH WE WILL VOTE ON THE CONSENT ITEMS AND ITEMS NOT HELD BY SUPERVISORS WE WILL THEN HEAR A SUMMARY OF THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS AND DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENTS, FOLLOWED BY PUBLIC COMMENT FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS. WE WILL THEN CONVENE INTO CLOSED SESSION, ONCE WE RETURN, WE WILL TAKE UP THE PUBLIC HEARING MATTERS AND ITEMS HELD BY SUPERVISORS IN ADDITION, I HAVE A READ-IN FOR AN URGENCY MOTION IN ADDITION, COUNTY COUNSEL, RECOMMENDS THAT THE BOARD MAKE A FINDING PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54954.2B2 THAT THERE IS A NEED TO TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION AND THAT THE NEED FOR ACTION CAME TO THE ATTENTION OF THE BOARD SUBSEQUENT TO THE POSTING OF THE AGENDA AND A PLACE ON THE AGENDA AN ADDITIONAL CLOSED SESSION, CS4, CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL, ANTICIPATED LITIGATION, INITIATION OF LITIGATION UNDER GOVERNMENT CODE 54956.9B4 AT LEAST ONE CASE MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL TO VOTE ON THE URGENCY >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR. SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES, 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, NOW MADAM EXTINCTATIVE OFFICER PLEASE READ THE AGENDA >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: GOOD MORNING MADAM CHAIR AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD TODAY’S AGENDA WILL BEGIN ON PAGE TWO SPECIAL DISTRICT, THIS IS THE AGENDA FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. ITEM 4D IS AN ADDITION AS INDICATED ON THE SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA. ON PAGE 5, THIS IS THE AGENDA FOR THE REGIONAL PARKS AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT, THIS ITEM RELATES TO ITEM 22. ON PAGE 6 COB SENT CALENDAR BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1-31, TWO, SUPERVISOR KUEHL REQUESTS THIS ITEM BE REFERRED BACK TO HER OFFICE. ITEM 4, SUPERVISOR KUEHL REQUESTS THAT THIS ITEM BE HELD. ITEM 6, SUPERVISOR KUEHL REQUESTS THAT THIS ITEM BE HELD, THIS AMENDMENT INCLUDES AN AMENDMENT AS INDICATED ON THE SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA. ITEM 10, SUPERVISOR HAHN REQUESTS THAT THIS ITEM BE HELD. ITEM 14, SUPERVISOR SOLIS REQUESTED THIS ITEM BE REFERRED BACK TO HER OFFICE. ITEM 16, SUPERVISOR SOLIS REQUESTS THAT THIS ITEM BE HELD. 19, THIS INCLUDES A REVISION. 20, SUPERVISOR SOLIS REQUESTS THAT THIS ITEM BE HELD ON ITEMS 23, SUPERVISOR SOLIS REQUESTS THAT THIS ITEM BE HELD ITEM 24, SUPERVISOR BARGER WOULD LIKE HER VOTE TO BE RECORDED AS NO. ITEM 25, SUPERVISOR BARGER RECORDED AS NO. ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS, 32, SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS REQUESTS THAT THIS ITEM BE HELD. ITEM 33, THE CEO REQUESTS THIS ITEM BE CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 13TH, 2020. ITEM 33, THIS INCLUDES A CORRECTION AS INDICATED ON THE SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA. 25, THE FIRE CHIEF REQUESTS THIS ITEM BE REFERRED BACK TO HIS DEPARTMENT AS INDICATED ON THE SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA. 57, SUPERVISOR BARGER REQUESTS THAT THIS ITEM BE HELD ON PAGE 50 THIS INCLUDES MISCELLANEOUS ADDITIONS TO THE AGENDA THAT WERE POSTED MORE THAN 72 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF THE MEETING AS INDICATED ON THE SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA ON ITEM 75A, SUPERVISOR HAHN AND KUEHL REVISE DIRECTIVE NUMBER 5 TO ADD AND PROVIDE MONTHLY REPORT BACK ON VAGUENESS PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING CAPITAL PROJECT INCLUDING PREDEVELOPMENT CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT AND EXPENDITURES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO DESIGN BUILDING PERMITS CONSTRUCTION COSTS AND EXECUTION. 75G SUPERVISOR BARGER WOULD LIKE TO ABSTAIN FROM VOTING. ITEM 75H, SUPERVISOR SOLIS REQUESTS TO REVISE HER MOTION TO REMOVE THE BULLETS FROM THE FIRST DIRECTIVES AND AUGMENT THE $100 MILLION ANNUAL AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRUST FUND COMMITMENT TO THE END OF THE SECOND DIRECTIVE, IN THIS ITEM, SUPERVISOR BARGER WOULD LIKE HER VOTE TO BE RECORDED AS NO ON ITEM 75I, SUPERVISOR BARGER REQUESTS TO AMEND SUPERVISOR SOLIS’ MOTION UNDER DIRECTIVE B TO STATE A TIMELINE TO IMPLEMENT THE TRAINING PROGRAMS COUNTY WIDE FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES, THE REQUESTS FOR CONTINUANCES AND ITEMS TO BE REFERRED BACK THROUGH 75K ARE BEFORE YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: MOVED BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS, SO ORDERED

>> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: PAGE 51, ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION, ITEM 78 IS AN ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION AMENDING COUNTY CODE 3 COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES FOR A NEW USE PERMISSION. 79 IS AN ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION AMENDING COUNTY CODE 6 SALARIES BY ADDING AND DELETING EMPLOYEE’S CLASSIFICATION IN VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS ON PAGE 52 SEPARATE MATTERS, ON ITEMS 80 IS A RECOMMENDATION TO ADOPT A RESOLUTION, THE ISSUANCE AND SALE FOR 2021 TAX AND REVENUE, ANTICIPATED NOTES, AN AGGREGATED AMOUNT NOT EXCEEDIEXCEED ING $67 MILLION. PUBLIC HEARINGS, 81-89 ARE HELD FOR HEARINGS PAGE 61, NOTICES FOR CLOSED SESSION, CS1 INCLUDES A REVISION — [ MULTIPLE PEOPLE TALKING ]. ITEM C IS 3 IS AN ADDITION AS INDICATED ON THE SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA THE BOARD WILL ALSO CONSIDER CS-4, ADDED BY URGENCY MOTION AS INDICATED BY THE CHAIR. THAT COMPLETES THE READING OF THE AGENDA, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. WE WILL NOW TAKE PUBLIC COMMENTS FOR ALL AGENDA ITEMS, EXCEPT FOR PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS 81-89 MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE READ THE CALL-IN INFORMATION THAT WAS ALSO PROVIDED ON THE AGENDA AND EXPLAIN THE SPEAKING RULES TO THOSE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WHO ARE CALLING IN TO ADDRESS THE BOARD >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: AS UNDER INDICATED ON THE AGENDA, MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC SHOULD CALL 844-767-5651 AND USE PARTICIPANT CODE NUMBER 3539268 DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER IF YOU ONLY WANT TO LISTEN TO THE MEETING, TO LISTEN ONLY, PLEASE CALL 877-873-8017 AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS TO MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC CALLING IN, WHEN IT IS YOUR TURN TO SPEAK, PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME AND WHICH AGENDA ITEMS YOU WISH TO SPEAK ON EACH PERSON WILL HAVE ONE MINUTE TO SPEAK ON ONE AGENDA ITEM. IN ADDITION, THOSE WHO WOULD LIKE TO ADDRESS THE BOARD WITH GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT WILL BE FOR PROVIDED WITH ONE ADDITIONAL MINUTE, THREE MAXIMUM FOR ALL AGENDA ITEMS. WE WILL ALLOCATE UP TO 60 MINUTES ON ALL OF THE ITEMS. IF THERE ARE NO MINUTES BEFORE IT ELAPSED, WE WILL CLOSE PUBLIC COMMENT. WE WILL CONTINUE TO ACCEPT ALL WRITTEN COMMENTS THAT COME IN DURING THE MEETING, WHICH WILL BECOME PART OF THE RECORD. YOU MUST BE ON TOPIC. OUR GOAL IS TO GET THROUGH AS MANY SPEAKERS AS WE CAN. IF YOU ARE NOT SPEAKING ON TOPIC, IF WE CANNOT TELL IF YOU ARE SPEAKING ON AN AGENDA ITEM, YOU WILL GET ONE WARNING FROM COUNTY COUNSEL OR THE CHAIR IF YOU DO NOT IMMEDIATELY OR CLEARLY GET ON TOPIC, OR IF YOU STRAY OFF TOPIC, YOU WILL FORFEIT THE REST OF YOUR TIME AND THE CHAIR WILL MOVE TO THE NEXT SPEAKER. PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU ARE ALSO LISTENING TO THE BOARD MEETING ON A COMPUTER OR SPEAKERPHONE, YOU WILL NEED TO TURN DOWN THE VOLUME OF THOSE DEVICES AS SOON AS THE MODERATOR CALLS ON YOU. IF YOU DO NOT TURN THE VOLUME DOWN, THERE WILL BE AN ECHO MR. MODERATOR, MAY WE HAVE THE FIRST SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: AND AS A REMINDER, TO ADDRESS THE BOARD, IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, PLEASE PRESS 1 THEN 0 AT THIS TIME DO NOT PRESS 1 THEN 0 A SECOND TIME, OR YOU WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE QUEUE. OUR FIRST PARTICIPANT IS TROY VAUGHAN, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER OR NOT YOU ARE ADDRESSING ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I AM TROY VON , WITH LARP, THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME TODAY, I AM IN STRONG SUPPORT OF 57, THE CHARTER AMENDMENT. I COMMEND THE SUPERVISORS FOR ADDRESSING RACIAL INJUSTICE AND MASS CRIMINALIZATION IN OUR COMMUNITIES, WE ARE LIVING IN A MOMENT WHEN OUR WORK IS AN EXPRESSION OF IDENTITY, TO BROTHERS AND SISTERS THAT ARE FINALLY COMING HOME AND WAITING TO COME HOME. WE ARE INSPIRED FOR THOSE THAT CHALLENGED US AS THEY MOVE IN FIDLITY FOR THE PEOPLE STRIVING TO FIGHT FOR ERADICATING SYSTEMIC OPPRESSION, POVERTY, AND HOMELESSNESS, HAVE FORGED LASTING ALLIANCES AND BROUGHT US TOGETHER TO FIGHT FOR JUSTICE, I AM EXCITED TO IMAGINE OF WHAT THE NETWORK OF HUNDREDS OF SERVICE PROVIDERS WILL LOOK

LIKE I AM EXCITED TO IMAGINE THE OPPORTUNITIES OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE WOULD HAVE RECOGNIZING THEIR WORK AND GIVING THEM CARE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: BETH CLARK, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS THAT YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING, MY NAME IS BETH CLARK, I AM CALLING ON ITEM NUMBER 57 AND ITEM NUMBER 25 I AM A PARENT AND AN ENTERING FRESHMAN AT SANTA MONICA HIGH SCHOOL AND I TEACH SECOND GRADE I AM IN STRONG SUPPORT OF ITEM NUMBER 57, THIS IS A LOS ANGELES COUNTY ORDINANCE TO REIMAGINE L.A. COUNTY BY INVESTING IN HEALTH, HOUSING, AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE, IT WILL ALLOCATE 10 PERCENT OF EXISTING REVENUES TO REDIRECTED TO COMMUNITY INVESTMENT AND ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION, SOME OF THIS INVESTMENT INCLUDES YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS, JOB TRAINING, AND JOBS FOR LOW INCOME RESIDENTS, INCLUDING ALTERNATIVE TO INCARCERATION WORK GROUP RECOMMENDATIONS, ASSISTANCE FOR SMALL MINORITY OWNED BUSINESSES, AND FUNDING FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND RENT AND HOUSING ASSISTANCE. THERE ARE INEQUITIES IN OUR SOCIETY AND ECONOMIC FALL OUT DUE TO DAMAGES FROM COVID-19, THE COMMUNITY NEEDS THESE FUNDS MORE THAN EVER. THE NEXT ITEM IS NUMBER 25, THIS IS PROPOSITION 15, IT WILL PROVIDE FUNDING FOR COMMUNITIES AND PUBLIC EDUCATION INCLUDING K-12. I WORRY ABOUT THE ECONOMIC FALL OUT FROM THE RECESSION DUE TO COVID-19 CRISIS AND HOW IT WILL AFFECT THESE WE ARE SO FORTUNATE TO HAVE SOME COMMUNITIES THAT HAVE RIGOROUS ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS SUCH AS IN SANTA MONICA, BUT I FEEL LIKE STUDENTS IN EVERY COMMUNITY DESERVE TO HAVE ACCESS TO THOSE OPPORTUNITIES. AND UNFORTUNATELY, THIS IS NOT THE CASE. WE NEED TO BRING EQUITY INTO SOCIETY AND PROP 15 IS THE FIRST STEP. IT WILL RECLAIM $12 BILLION EVERY YEAR FOR SCHOOLS AND LOCAL SERVICES BY CLOSING CORPORATE PROPERTY LOOP HOLES, THE L.A. COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS RISE TO THE OCCASION OF IMPLEMENTING CHANGE THAT CALIFORNIA HAS NEEDED FOR A VERY LONG TIME. I AM ASKING YOU TO SUPPORT PROP 15 AS FAIR AND BALANCED REFORM TO PUT OUR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES FIRST, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR TIME >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: JEFF BRAIN, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU ARE ADDRESSING ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING, I AM JEFF FRAY, LOS ANGELES COUNTY ASSESSOR, THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT ON 75I I AM PLEASED TO SUPPORT SUPERVISOR SOLIS’ MOTION ON COLLEGE BASED TRAINING PROGRAMS THAT WILL MEET THE NEEDS FOR MY OFFICE AND A QUALIFIED RECRUITMENT PROGRAM AS WELL LEADING TO EXCELLENT GOVERNMENT CAREERS. I HAVE APPROXIMATELY 1550 EMPLOYEES, HALF ARE APPRAISERS, WE ARE 90 APPRAISERS SHORT OF THE POSITIONS BUDGETED, AND BY HIRING AND THE TRAINING CAPACITY FOR THE POSITION IS INSUFFICIENT AND FALLING SHORT STATE WIDE AS WELL. A COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM COULD AUGMENT OUR TRAINING PROGRAM BY GIVING THREE MONTHS OF CLASSROOM TRAINING, THREE MONTHS OF FIELD TRAINING AND SIX MONTHS OF APPRE APPRENTICESHIP. OUR TRAINING CAPACITY NEEDS 35 A YEAR, SO WE BARELY BREAK EVEN. WITH THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM, WE CAN COMPLETELY REPLACE THE CLASSROOM TRAINING WE PROVIDE, AND THAT WOULD HELP RECRUIT OUR SPECIALIZED APPRAISAL AND OWNERSHIP SERIES POSITIONS TODAY’S MOTION WILL DEVELOP CRITICAL ADMINISTRATIVE INFRASTRUCTURE NECESSARY TO IMPLEMENT AND ADMINISTER PROPOSITIONS 15 AND 19 IN THE EVENT THEY ARE PASSED IN NOVEMBER. PARTNERING WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGES TO IMPLEMENT A COLLEGE BASED TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THESE TWO POSITIONS IS VITALLY IMPORTANT TO OVERCOMING THE CURRENT AND FUTURE TRAINING CHALLENGES, AND THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS YOUR BOARD THIS MORNING >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: DIEGO RODRIGUEZ, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU ARE ADDRESSING ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING, ITEMS 20 AND 23 GOOD MORNING SUPERVISORS, MY NAME IS GABRIEL RODRIGUEZ AND I AM VIP AND CEO FOR ALMU, WE OFFER SERVICES TO VULNERABLE POPULATION, I SPEAK FOR SUPERVISOR SOLIS’ TIMELY ITEM, 23. CENTERS IN LOW INCOME AREAS IS CRITICAL TO BOOST THEIR

UTILIZATION, THE CENTERS ARE NOT ACCESSIBLE AND UNAWARENESS OF THE EXISTENCE ALL TOGETHER GREATER OUTREACH AND EDUCATION IS REQUIRED AS WELL AS COORDINATION TO MAXIMIZE RESOURCES AND WHILE THE PHYSICAL HEALTH RISKS ARE DOCUMENTED, STRONG CORRELATION BETWEEN TEMPERATURE AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES MORBIDITY IS INCREASED IN HEAT WAVES FOR MOOD AND PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS, THIS IS FOR COMFORT AND PRESERVING SANITY AND SURVIVAL. PLEASE INCLUDE THE ACTION WITH IMMEDIATE ACTION PLAN DURING THE PANDEMIC, YOUR SUPPORT WILL LITERALLY SAVE LIVES. AND ALSO, I REQUEST YOUR SUPPORT FOR ITEM 20. SUPERVISOR SOLIS’ MOTION TO DIRECT DHR AND WADEC TO ADDRESS NEEDS AND AVAILABLE FUNDING FOR CONTACT TRACERS, WITH PARTICULAR FOCUS ON HOW PRIORITIZED WORKERS DISLOCATED AS A RESULT OF COVID-19 FOR RAPID REDEPLOYMENT THIS MOTION WILL ENSURE THAT WORKING WITH THE OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS, DPA’S CONTACT TRACING WILL BE FURTHER CULTURALLY, LINGUISTICALLY AND IMMIGRATION RESPONSES ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED FAMILIES SHOULD NOT CHOOSE BETWEEN THEIR HEALTH AND LIVELIHOOD, I URGE THE BOARD TO OPEN BOYLE HEIGHTS AS A WRAP AROUND CARE MODEL THAT COULD BE IMPLEMENTED COUNTY WIDE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED. NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: CARMIN REYES, PLEASE STATE THE AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING, I WILL BE SPEAKING ON AGENDA ITEM NUMBER 10, GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. AND GOOD MORNING, MY NAME IS CARMIN REYES AT UCLA, CENTER OF GERI ATRICS, THANK YOU SUPERVISOR HAHN AND SUPERVISOR KUEHL FOR YOUR POLITICAL WILL FOR THESE SYSTEMS AND OVERSIGHT I SUPPORT THE BOARD CREATED STAND ALONE ENTITY TO DEPLOY QUICK AND DECISIVE ACTION WITH TRANSPARENT LEADERS BASED ON BOARD PRIORITIES FOR OLDER ADULTS THE CRUEL HISTORICAL EVENTS IN THE PAST FEW MONTHS HAVE IMPACTED AN ALREADY FRAGILE FRAG. FRAGMENTED NEED. AND WHAT WE DID NOT CREATE TODAY, THE EXISTING HEALTH DISPARITIES, STRUCTURAL RACISM, AND IN COMPELLING WAYS, BRINGING US TO THE CROSS ROADS OF THIS MOMENT THE CURRENT INFRASTRUCTURE IS UNSUSTAINABLE AND NOT PREPARED FOR A RAPIDLY AGING SOCIETY WHAT WILL THE FUTURE — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE TO ADDRESS GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU. WHAT WILL THE FUTURE OF THE CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE NETWORK GROUP LOOK LIKE, FOR THE 4 MILLION ELDERLY CONSTITUENTS IN 10 YEARS? YOUR DEPARTMENT SUPPORT, AND THE REPURPOSING OF THE COMMISSION ON AGING, TO BUILD A RELEVANT, RESPONSIVE, ADVOCATE ENTITY TO ADVISE THE NEW DEPARTMENT AND THE BOARD THE URGENCY HAS NEVER BEEN GREATER, THE RISKS ARE JUST TOO HIGH, AND EFFORTS MUST BE ACCELERATED TO ENACT THE STEPS OUTLINED IN THIS MOTION, THANK YOU AND PLEASE COUNT ON MY SUP SUPPORT >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: RAQUEL, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING SUPERVISORS, I AM SPEAKING ON 75-J AND 57. MY NAME IS NIQUEL RAMANI, THE PRESIDENT OF ASK ME LOCAL 114, THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER’ UNION, THANK YOU TO SUPERR KUEHL AND RIDLEY-THOMAS FOR BRINGING THE IMPORTANT MOTION FORWARD TO ADDRESS CONTINUED DEFICIENCY AND UNSAFE CONDITIONS. WE SUPPORTED OUR COMMENTS TO EACH SUPERVISORIAL OFFICE AND WE WILL CONTINUE TO ADVOCATE ON BEHALF OF OUR — BUT WE NEED URGENT ATTENTION TO THE ISSUES OUTLINED IN THE MOTION WE NEED IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF COMMON SENSE MEASURES AMONG THE PERSONNEL AND PUBLIC ENTERING L.A. SUPERIOR COURTS. THIS VIRUS IS DEADLY, WE NEED TO ENSURE THAT EVERYONE IS TAKING WORKPLACE SAFETY SERIOUSLY. I WANT TO COMMENT ON ITEM 57, LOCAL 148 SUPPORTS THE ITEM. I WANT TO APPLAUD THE

BOARD FOR TAKING INCREMENTAL AND IMPORTANT STEPS TO GET US TO THIS MOMENT. THIS BOARD HAS SHOWN THROUGH IT’S DECISION THAT IT REJECTS RACISM. IN ORDER TO BE SUCCESSFUL, WE NEED TO SET ASIDE RESOURCES TO BUILD A FAIR AND MORAL SYSTEM WE ENVISION FOR COMMUNITIES BY THE LACK OF INVESTMENT, MILITARIZED POLICING, INCARCERATION, THE TIME IS ACT IS NOW. THERE’S A MORAL URGENCY TO THE AMENDMENT, GIVEN THE INTERNATIONAL PEOPLE’S MOVEMENT AND THE IMPACT OF THE VIRUS. I AM REMINDED THIS APPROACH PROPOSED BY THE AMENDMENT IS NOT NEW. FOLLOWING CIVIL UNREST IN THE UNITED STATES IN THE ’60S, THE KERNER COMMISSION ISSUED A SERIES OF RECOMMENDATION, THE BREADTH OF THOSE RECOMMENDATIONS MIRROR THE CHARTER AMENDMENT TODAY, IMPACTING EDUCATION, HOUSING, AND ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION. THE POLICIES HAVE NEVER BEEN IMPLEMENTED WITH COMMENSURATE RESOURCES AND NECESSARY TO UNDUE SYSTEMIC INEQUALITY. THE AMENDMENT PROVIDES THE PATHWAY FOR RELIEF FROM THE IMPACT OF THE PANDEMIC >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: RIGO PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS THAT YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I AM SPEAKING TO ITEM 10, GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, GOOD MORNING MADAM CHAIR, AND BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, I AM THE PRESIDENT OF — 100-PLUS-YEAR-OLD ORGANIZATION SERVING OLDER ADULTS. I APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY THIS MORNING TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY SERVICE FOR OLDER ADULTS WE WANT THEM TO LIVE WELL, FEEL WELL, AND AGE WELL. WE SERVE 18,000 OLDER ADULTSS ADULTS IN EDUCATION AND THEY LIVE ALONE, AND ARE FOOD INSECURE AND ARE RACIALLY DIVERSE AND ENGLISH NON PROFICIENT, THEY HAVE CONFUSION OF WHERE TO ACCESS SERVICES AND FRUSTRATION DUE TO ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT DUE TO THEIR ZIP CODE, THEY NEED A SINGLE POINT FOR SERVICES, WHICH IS VISIBLE, WELL-KNOWN, AND EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL THAT IS WHY — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE TO ADDRESS YOUR GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. PLEASE BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THAT IS WHY I AM HERE TO DECLARE A FULL SUPPORT FOR THE MOTION TO ESTABLISH A NEW STAND ALONE L.A. COUNTY TO SERVE OLDER ADULTS THAT ESTABLISHES KEY SERVICES FOR AGING, AND SERVICES SUCH AS L.A. CITY, AAA PROGRAMS, AND ITS THAT CAN COORDINATE SERVICES SUMP AS OLDER ABUSE IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS, DOING SO WILL ELIMINATE FRAGMENTATION AND SILOS THAT RESULT IN CLIENT CONFUSION AND FRUSTRATION, RELATED TO SERVICES, REDUCED BUREA BUREAUCRACY AND IMPROVE DECISION MAKING AND LEADING TO ENHANCED PROGRAM DESIGN. WE WILL LEAD TO INCREASED FUNDING, AND IT SHOULD IMPROVE FOR ACTIVITY AND REPORTING. A STAND ALONE FOR ADULTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES PROMOTING AND COORDINATING SERVICES WILL ENABLE L.A. COUNTY FOR SERVING THE NEEDS OF THE OLDER ADULT POPULATION TODAY AND IN THE FUTURE. I SUPPORT THIS MOTION, THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER >>MODERATOR: PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESS TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I AM CALLING ITEM 10 AND PUBLIC COMMENT. I AM NANCY VOLGERT, THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC POLICY AT JEWISH FAMILIES, LOS ANGELES, WE ARE THE OLDEST CHARITY IN LOS ANGELES AND SERVE MORE THAN 100,000 PEOPLE EACH YEAR FACING POVERTY, HUNGER, MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS AND THE CHALLENGES OF AGING, WE HAVE AN ARRAY OF SERVICES FOR OLDER ADULTS, AND HELPING THEM REMAIN HEALTHY, ACTIVE, AND INDEPENDENT IN THE COMMUNITY. IT IS OUR MISSION TO MAKE SURE THAT THOSE NEEDS RECEIVE THE HELP THEY DESERVE, WITH RESPECT AND DIGNITY, OUR LONG STANDING PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES MAKES IT POSSIBLE. WE PROVIDE MEALS, TRANSPORTATION, CASE MANAGEMENT, CARE GIVER SUPPORT, MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, AND OTHERS. APPROXIMATELY 85 PERCENT OF THE OLDER ADULTS WE SERVE ARE AT OR BELOW 200 PERCENT OF THE FEDERAL POVERTY LEVEL AND 13 PERCENT OF PARTICIPANTS ARE OVER 90. THE PANDEMIC HAS UNFORTUNATELY PROVIDED A SPOTLIGHT ON THE LONG IGNORED UNDER FUNDED NEEDS OF — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YOU HAVE ONE MINUT TO ADDRESS YOUR GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, PLEASE BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THE DISPARATE IMPACT OF COVID-19 OF SENIORS AND COMMUNITIES OF COLOR HAVE MADE THIS PROPOSAL — STORIES IN THE

LA TIMES HAVE MAGNIFIED SERVICES FOR FUNDING. CURRENT COUNTY STRUCTURES DO NOT MEET THE NEEDS S IS MOVING THE OLDER COUNTY L.A DEPARTMENT FOR ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES WILL SHINE A SPOTLIGHT, IT PROVIDES A CRITICAL AVENUE FOR THE COUNTY AND DEPARTMENT TO BROADEN THE EXPERTISE IN THE COMMUNITY, FROM SENIORS AND COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS, OLDER ADVOCATES AND GIVE TRANSPARENCY, WE ARE THANKFUL FOR THE LEADERSHIP OF THE CURRENT STAFF TO CREATE A BETTER STRUCTURE THAT WILL MEET THE NEEDS OF ELDERS, THOSE ARE ACTIVE AND HEALTHY AND THOSE THAT ARE FRAIL AND HOME BOUND WE CANNOT SAY IT BETTER THAN YOUR OWN MOTION >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE SO, PLEASE PRESS ONE AND 0 AT THIS TIME. DANIEL WORLEY PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND PUBLIC COMMENT >>SPEAKER: 4 AND 57, I AM WITH PROJECT CALIFORNIA WHICH THE ADVANCING JUSTICE LINE, WE ARE MAKING IT AN EQUITABLE PLACE FOR COMMUNITIES OF COLOR, PROVIDING TO TARGET RESOURCES AND PARTICIPATING IN THE EFFORT IN ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION, AND IN THAT SPIRIT WE STRONGLY SUPPORT 4 AND 57 ON THE AGENDA THE INFORMATION GATHERED VIA THE CRILINAL JUSTICE DATA SHARING IS CRUCIAL FOR THE BOARD TO MAKE THE FORMED TRACES NECESSARY AS WE MOVE FORWARD ON ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION AND RACIALLY EQUITABLE REINVESTMENT OF FUNDS, THANK YOU FOR MOVING ON THEM THE PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT BEFORE YOU WOULD SUPPORT MANY EQUITY ALIGNED AINITIATIVES WITH THE STABLE AND LOCAL FUNDING STREAM AND WE URGE YOU FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE COUNTY’S VOTERS IN NOVEMBER. THE LOCAL REVENUES ARE THE MOST FLEXIBLE AND VALUABLE. THAT IS WHY THE ACTIVITY SUPPORTED BY THE COSTS ARE MOST PRIORITIZED BY THE COUNTY. UNFORTUNATELY THE CURRENT ALLOCATION THAT COMES DOES NOT REFLECT WHAT COUNTY RESIDENTS VALUE, AND IN AREAS LIKE HOMELESSNESS, AFFORDBLE HOUSING, AND INCARCERATION. THE STATUS QUO BUDGET APPROACHES HAS LEFT FUNDING UNALTERED, ALLOWING FUNDING PRIORITIZEATION TO CONTINUE PREVENTS US FROM REIMAGINING THE PUBLIC SYSTEM IN RACIAL DISPARITIES. REAL REALLOCATING IS AN AMBITIOUS AND ACHIEVABLE GOAL. THERE ARE MANDATES FOR MINIMUM COSTS FOR FUNCTION, LIKE THE COURT SYSTEM, NO IMAGINABLE REDISTRIBUTION FUNDING WILL DIP BELOW MANDATED LEVELS. THE SHIFT REQUIRES RETHINKING THE MISSION OF APPROACHING THE STAFFING DEPARTMENTS, THAT WHY IT IS — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: TONY VASQUEZ, PLEASE STATE YOUR REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING MADAM CHAIR AND BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, THIS IS TONY VASQUEZ, CHAIR OF THE STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, I AM SPEAKING ON ITEM 75I. THIS IS A WIN-WIN — DROP IN AUDIO AND RECOGNIZING THE URGENT NEED TO SET THIS PROGRAM IN PLACE TO ENSURE THAT L.A. COUNTY HAS THE BEST WORKFORCE FOR PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT AND TO PARTNER WITH THE L.A. COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT TO MAKE IT HAPPEN THIS WOULDN’T BE POSSIBLE WITHOUT THE GREAT WORK FROM THE ASSESSOR, JEFF FRAYE, HE IS A TRUE LEADER THAT IS WAY AHEAD OF THE CURVE ON THIS ISSUE. AS THE CHAIRMAN OF THE STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, I FULLY SUPPORT THIS PROPOSAL AND COMMIT TO MAKING IT A SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM THT CAN SERVE AS A MODEL FOR OTHER COUNTIES TO FOLLOW. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: ZAGRY, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU ARE ADDRESSING ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THIS IS REVEREND HOOVERER, I AM SPEAKING ON ITEM 57, 25, ALL IN SUPPORT, WE ARE IN A CRUCIAL MOMENT, AS YOU KNOW, WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR THE LEADERSHIP THAT BRINGS US TO THIS MOMENT, BOTH FROM THE STREETS AND EACH OF YOU, WE HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PUT OUR VALUES INTO MOTION THROUGH THESE

ITEMS, PARTICULARLY I WANT TO FOCUS IN ON REIMAGINE L.A AND IN THE SCRIPTURES THAT I USE, IN ISAIAH 55, IT SAYS WHY SPEND YOUR MONEY FOR WHAT IS NOT BREAD, YOUR WAGES FOR WHAT FAILS TO SATISFY ME, HEED ME, YOU WILL EAT WELL, YOU WILL DELIGHT IN RICH FARE, LISTEN AND YOU WILL HAVE LIFE, I WILL RENEW THE EVERLASTING COVENANT. I BELIEVE THERE IS PLENTY FOR US TO GO AROUND TO CREATE THE COUNTY WE WANT TO LIVE IN, WITH RACIAL EQUITY AND OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL OF US TO HAVE, FOR ABUNDANT LIFE AND THAT IS WHY WE ARE CREATING THIS OPPORTUNITY WITH REIMAGINE L.A. COUNTY WITH THE REST OF THE VOTERS IN THE COUNTY. WE ARE PROSING PROPOSITION 15, SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES FIRST, THANK YOU SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS FOR THUS MOTION TODAY AND WE SEE IT AS A KEY FACTOR IN OUR ABILITY TO CREATE SYSTEMS OF CARE AND WHOLENESS. WE NEED TO HAVE THE DATA SYSTEMS AS MY BROTHER STATED A MOMENT FOR US A MINUTE AGO. GRATEFUL FOR THE WORK THAT HAS GONE INTO THIS, THANK YOU SUPERVISORS KUEHL AND SOLIS FOR LEADING THE WAY, AND LET’S TRY TO GET THAT RICH FARE. WE WILL GET THAT ABUNDANT LIFE THAT GOD HAS PROMISED US, IF WE ACT IN THE WAYS WE KNOW ARE RIGHT THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: STEPHANIE CLASSY, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU ARE ADDRESSING ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING SUPERVISORS, I AM SPEAKING ON 57, I AM STEPHANIE GAMER FROM L.A. FAMILY HOUSING, I AM SPEAKING OF THE 11,000 PEOPLE THAT TRANSITION OUT OF HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY WE WORK WITH EACH YEAR. WE ARE PROUDLY WORKING IN EACH OF YOUR DISTRICTS, THANK YOU FOR THE TWO VOTES YOU HAVE TAKEN TO PUSH REIMAGINE L.A. FORWARD. AS A — WE SERVE SOME OF THE MOST DISENFRANCHISED PEOPLE OF THE COUNTY, WE HAVE A STRONG BUDGET ON THE BALLOT TO SUPPORT THE MENTAL HEALTH, PHYSICAL HEALTH, HOUSING AND ECONOMIC STABILITY OF OUR CLIENTS. THIS YEAR, L.A FAMILY HOUSING IS LAUNCHING THE LARGEST EVER VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE SO CLIENTS AND TENANTS CAN VOTE. THIS IS AN IMPORTANT MOMENT, WE DON’T WANT TO LOOK BACK AND SEE WE MISSED A REAL AND NECESSARY OPPORTUNITY TO TRANSFORM HOW WE CARE FOR THE VULNERABLE AMONG AMONG US WE — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>SPEAKER: MARCEL RODARTE, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: HELLO I WILL SPEAK ON 57 AND PUBLIC COMMENT, I SHOULD HAVE JUST ENOUGH TIME FOR ITEM 57, FIRST THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR AND BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, AS YOU ALL KNOW, I AM MARCEL RODARTE THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR THE CALIFORNIA CONTRACT CITIES ASSOCIATION, WE DON’T EXPECT ANY COMMENTS THAT ANYBODY MAKES TODAY WILL SWAY YOUR VOTES WILL MOVING FORWARD ON THIS ITEM, I WOULD LIKE TO LEAVE YOU WITH QUESTIONS SHOULD THIS PASS WHAT WILL THE BOARD DO TO ENSURE PUBLIC SAFETY THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY IS NOT COMPROMISED AS A RESULT, WHAT METRICS TO MEASURE SUCCESS, HOW MUCH IS SPENT ON PROGRAMS AND HOW WILL IT IMPACT THE SAFETY IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY. THIS WILL HOLD THE ANSWERS TO CITIES AND RESIDENTS, A FEW CITIES — THERE’S A FEW CITIES IN SUPPORT, BUT THE MAJORITY HAVE EXPRESSED CONCERN REGARDING THE PROCESS AND LACK OF ENGAGEMENT. THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: GENE DORIO, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU ARE ADDRESSING ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT >>SPEAKER: I AM SPEAKING ON ITEM 10, I AM A GERI ATRIC PHYSICIAN GIVING HOME CALLED TO SENIORS AND PRESIDENT OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY COMMISSION FOR OLDER ADULTS, MY COMMENTS REFLECT MY OWN OPINION, I SUPPORT ITEM 10 AS IT BRINGS COALESCENCE OF SERVICES TO THE OLDER ADULTSES, LOS ANGELES COUNTY AND CITY HAVE BEEN OUTWARDLY PROGRESSIVE, ENSURING THE GROWING OLDER ADULT POPULATION WILL HAVE A NET IN THE FUTURE. UTILIZING A WELL THOUGHT OUT CARE GIVING SYSTEM AND COORDINATING SUPPORT FOR OLDER ADULTS LIVING AT HOME, A HANDFUL OF MY PATIENTS LIVE IN NURSING HOME AND THOSE THAT CONTRACTED COVID-19 SURVIVED, ONE IS 99. THEY WOULD HAVE

PREFERRED TO LIVE IN THEIR HOMES AND NOT IN A SETTING IN HARM’S WAY, I NEVER HAD A PATIENT TELL ME, PLEASE, PUT ME IN A NURSING HOME. ITEM 10 WILL LEND BETTER COORDINATION, HELPING THE SENIOR POPULATION THRIVE IN A — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: PATTY GARRO, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: HI, I AM SPEAKING ON AGENDA ITEMS 57, 25, AND 4. AND WE WILL ALSO SPEAK ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. SO I AM SPEAKING IN FAVOR OF ALL OF THE AGENDA ITEMS, AND I WANT TO START BY THANKING THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS THAT VOTED FIRST IN SUPPORT OF THE BALLOT INITIATIVES, REIMAGINE L.A., AND TO THOSE THAT WILL VOTE IN SUPPORT OF THE OTHER TWO AGENDA ITEMS, PROPOSITION 15 AND 4. I WANT TO START BY SAYING THAT I AM A RESIDENT OF DISTRICT TWO, BUT I REPRESENT A COMMUNITY SOUTH FOR L.A., I GREW UP HERE, AND THIS COMMUNITY HAS FOR TOO LONG SUFFERED FROM NEGLECT, FROM THE DIINVESTMENT AND HAVE EXPERIENCED DUE TO STRUCTURAL RACISM AND VERY MUCH REFLECTED IN THE BUDGET TO DATE. AND WHAT WE HAVE TO SEE IN TERMS OF THE GLOBAL PANDEMIC HAS CAUSED, IT CONTINUES TO ACTIVATE WEALTH INEQUALITY IN THE COMMUNITY, AND IN CITIES LIKE SOUTH CENTRAL L.A., THE BLACK AND BROWN VOTE, WE ARE SEEING AND HEARING FROM VOTES IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD IS THAT MANY OF THEM ARE STARTING TO PAY FOR RENT, AND MANY OF THEM ARE UNEMPLOYED, THEY DON’T HAVE ACCESS TO FOOD, ORSHELTER, THIS IS AN INITIATIVE WHERE REIMAGINE L.A., BY PUTTING IT ON THE BALLOT, IT IS VERY KEY AND IMPORTANT THAT WE ADDRESS THE RACIAL INEQUALITIES THAT WE STILL TO THIS DATE ARE VERY MUCH REFLECTED IN THE BUDGET, AND WE MUST CHANGE THAT. WE MUST MAKE SURE THAT THE MONEY AND THE FUNDING ARE TAXED — THE DOLLARS GOES FORWARD AND REFLECTED TO HAVE IMPACTED BY INCARCERATION, AND BY RACISM AND SO I AM CALLING AGAIN IN SUPPORT OF THE ITEM, 57, AND THEN WE ARE ALSO CALLING IN SUPPORT OF PROPOSITION 15, THIS IS IS MONEY THAT FOR TOO LONG THAT HAS BEEN TAKEN CAUGHT OF OUR COMMUNITIES AND WE WANT TO HOLD ACCOUNTABLE THAT FUNDING, WHEN REDIRECTED TO THE COMMUNITY, WE WILL ENSURE IT IS GOING TO THE — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: EXCUSE ME, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE TO ADDRESS YOUR GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. PLEASE BEGIN >>SPEAKER: AND LASTLY, I WANT TO SAY IS THAT ON THE ITEMS NUMBER 4, IS THAT WE MUST MAKE SURE THAT WE INVEST IN WHAT MAKES IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO MAKE THE HIGHER IMPACT AND WHEN WE PASS INITIATIVES, IT IS THAT THE INITIATIVES THAT WE USE THE DATA, THE DIRECT DATA, TO ENSURE THAT WE ARE USING EQUITY FRAMEWORK THAT WILL ALLOW US TO MAKE SO THAT OUR FOLKS ARE HIRED, AND SEE THE CHANGES AND FEEL THE CHANGES WITH THE NEW BUDGET THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: ROB LOVELACE, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: MY NAME IS ROB LOVELACE, I WORK WITH THE SOUTH RESIDENT REGIONAL COUNSEL OF CARPENTERS, I AM SPEAKING ON 57 AND OFFERING GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. THIS MEASURE OFFERS VOLTERS A CHOICE TO RATIFY OR REJECT THE NEXT STEP OF WHAT HAS BEEN PURSUING FOR YEARS, PRIORITIZING PROGRAMS AT HELPING PEOPLE GET A SECOND CHANCE, WE ARE SUPPORTING THAT THE COUNTY’S EFFORTS TO REDIRECT ROURSS WILL NOT RESULT IN PUBLIC SAFETY OR UNDERMINE SAFETY IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS, OUR UNION CAN GIVE PERSUASIVE TESTIMONY ON PROGRAMS LIKE BROTHER’S KEEPERS THAT STEERS THE FORMERLY INCARCERATED ON THE PATH WITH PROMISES OF WAGES, MEDICAL BENEFITS, AND PENSIONS. THESE PROGRAMS HAVE BEEN UNDER UTILIZED, EVEN AS WE SEE REPEATEDLY HOW THE CITY OFTEN — THEY ARE TURNING THEIR LIVES AROUND AS THEY SHARE THEIR STORIES OF REDEMPTION, REHABILITATION, FAMILIES REUNITED, AND OLD WOUNDS HEEL LOS ANGELES IS SHOCKED BY A PANDEMIC — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE TO ADDRESS YOUR GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, PLEASE BEGIN >>SPEAKER: AND BROUGHT INTO SHARP FOCUS THE GENERATION’S OLD SOCIAL DISPARITIES IN THE COUNTRY, THERE IS NO DENYING

THAT THE DISPROPORTIONATE IMPACT ESPECIALLY FOR PEOPLE OF COLOR AND THE POOR WHICH ACCOUNTS FOR A GROWING CONSENSUS THAT THE FUTURE OF LOS ANGELES BE REBORN FROM THIS CRISIS CANNOT RETURN TO BUSINESS AS USUAL, WE NEED A LOS ANGELES THAT WORKS FOR ALL ANGELENOS, AND ENACTING THIS MEASURE WILL ENSURE THE VOTERS WILL BE GIVEN A CHOICE BETWEEN INCREASED ON DIRECT COMMUNITY INVESTMENT AND ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION OR ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION FOR THE CONTINUED BUSINESS AS USUAL. WE FEEL THE TIME IS RIGHT TO GIVE VOTERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS THAT QUESTION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>SPEAKER: LISA, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WITH WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I AM SPEAKING ON ITEM 10 AND WILL BE OFFERING PUBLIC COMMENT. I AM THE ATTORNEY OF ELDERLY JUSTICE AND HOLOCAUST SERVICES, WE SERVE OLDER ADULTS ASK AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES, GIVING ACCESS TO CRITICAL SERVICES, FUNDAMENTAL TO THEIR BASIC NEEDS, THE CLIENTS COME TO US TO ADDRESS LEGAL SERVICES, SUCH AS ELDER ABUSE RESTRAINING ORDERS AND TO SUPPORT THE CLIENTS, WE NEED TO ADDRESS THE COLLATERAL SOCIAL NEEDS THEY FACE. THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND ECONOMIC CRISES HEIGHTEN THE VULNERABILITY OF OUR CLIENTS AS THEY GRAPPLE WITH CRUSHING LEGAL AND SOCNEEDS FOR GREAT ECONOMIC INSECURITY, THE FALL OUT OF THE TRAUMA OF ISOLATION AND A HEIGHTENED DEMAND ON PUBLIC RESOURCES SERVICES TO SUPPORT OLDER AND DISABLED ADULTS IN THE COUNTY ARE SILOED AND FRAGMENTED, FACING NAVIGATION TO FIND HEALTH IMPOSSIBLY COMPLEX, CREATING BARRIERS TO ACCESSING CRITICAL AND BASIC NEEDS AND LEAVING THEM VULNERABLE TO ABUSE AND FRAUD AND PLACING — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE TO ADDRESS GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, PLEASE BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THIS IS WORSE DUE TO EXPONENTIAL GROWTH, A STAND ALONE COMPREHENSIVE STREAM LINED SYSTEM WILL ADDRESS EXISTING AND GROWING SERVICE GAPS, ENSURE THE DELIVERY OF KEY SERVICES AND VITAL INFORMATION TO EMPOWER AND SUPPORT OUR VULNERABLE AGING AND DISABILITY COMMUNITIES AND IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE WE THUS URGE THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CONTINUE ITS WORK TO CREATE A STAND ALONE DEPARTMENT TO FILL THE CRUCIAL ROLE, THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: MICHELLE SMITH, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: HI, MY NAME IS MICHELLE SMITH AND I WOULD LIKE TO VOICE MY OPPOSITION TO 51C AND 57 THE ANTI-LAW ENFORCEMENT DEFUNDING I UNDERSTAND THAT THESE TIMES ARE TURBULENT, AND THERE ARE MANY ISSUES THAT NEED TO BE HANDLED IN OUR COMMUNITIES, THE HOMELESS, MENTAL HEALTH, CRISIS, ETC. BUT I HOPE THAT WE CAN HANDLE THIS IN A DIFFERENT WAY AND NOT IMPACT THE LIVES OF OUR CITIZENS IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY, I DON’T WANT TO PUT THEM AT GREATER RISK. THERE ARE MANY PEOPLE OUT THERE TRYING TO MAKE POSITIVE CHANGE ON A DAILY BASIS AND I JUST DON’T THINK THIS IS THE ANSWER SO I WOULD LIKE TO JUST SAY THAT, THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: ERIC PREVEN, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>ERIC PREVEN: HELLO, IT IS ERIC PREVEN FROM STUDIO CITY AND I WILL SPEAK ON ALL OF THE ITEMS AND GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. [ MULTIPLE PEOPLE TALKING ] HELLO, CAN WE DO THAT? SO FIRST UP IS THE IDEA OF THE CREATION OF A CRIMINAL JUSTICE DATA SHARING INITIATIVE IN L.A COUNTY, BETWEEN ALL THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS, IT MAKES ME A LITTLE BIT NERVOUS BECAUSE I KNOW THAT WHENEVER WE ARE GATHERING DATA, IT IS DISPROPORTIONATELY APPLIED TO PEOPLE OF COLOR FOR VARIOUS REASONS, WE’VE SEEN ACROSS L L.A.P.D. LA.A.P.D. PROBLEMS, AN THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY HAS A MUZZLE ON HERSELF WHEN IT COMES TO PROBLEMATIC PUBLIC OFFICIALS, I CAN THINK OF MANY EXAMPLES WHERE THE DATA IS CLEAR AND THE INTERACTIVITY IS LOW AND THE 2020 ELECTION, DEAN LOGAN IS A FAIRLY COMPETENT GUY BUT CHALLENGED ON THAT BECAUSE OF THE LAST SEVERAL OUTINGS, BUT

THEY ARE MAKING CHANGES TO IMPROVE, THE ONE VERY IMPORTANT DETAIL IS PEOPLE ARE WONDERING, AS YOU ARE PUSHING OUT THIS IDEA ABOUT CHANGING YOUR COUNTY CHARTER TO HAVE A PORTION OF THE 10 PERCENT GO FOR CERTAIN PRIORITIES, PEOPLE THINK THAT THE SUPERVISORS ARE UP FOR RE-ELECTION, PEOPLE ARE TWEETING ABOUT THAT, BECAUSE YOU SENT SOMETHING OUT THAT LOOKS LIKE A BALLOT. IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT MR. RIDLEY-THOMAS IS RUNNING FOR CITY OFFICE, AND SHOULDN’T BE ENGAGING IN THIS KIND OF STUFF, LIKE PUTTING YOUR THUMBS ON THE SCALE, WITH WITH MEASURE H THAT RESULTED IN A $1.35 MILLION SETTLEMENT LAST WEEK WHEN EVERYONE WAS DROWNING IN ITEMS, THERE ARE TOO MANY ITEMS ON AN AGENDA LIKE THIS THAT LIMIT PUBLIC PARTICIPATION, WE NEED TO — YOU CANCELED HALF OF YOUR MEETINGS, AND I DON’T UNDERSTAND WHY THERE ARE NO MEETINGS IN AUGUST AT ALL, OTHER THAN THIS, IS THIS AN EXTENDED VACATION, IT MAKES NO SENSE THERE IS SO MUCH TO BE DONE AND I NEED TO CALL OUT EL CARISO GOLF COURSE IN THE THIRD DISTRICTS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: ONE MINUTE TO ADDRESS YOUR GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: SURE SUPERVISOR KUEHL IS A THOUGHT LEADER ON REDUCING PUBLIC COMMENT WILL REMEMBER WHEN I DRAGGED THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS INTO THE NEW YORK TIMES BECAUSE OF THE EGREGIOUS, AND JANICE HAHN PRESUMABLY PRESIDED OVER A SERIES OF FISHY DEALS WITH PRIVATE EQUITY FIRMS, INCLUDING FORTRESS, RESULTS IN THE ONES IN THE NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE BECAUSE THEY ARE MAKING MISREPRESENTATION. AND BUILDING AND RESTORING BATHROOMS IN GOLF COURSES IS A PRIORITY, BUT NOT THE PRIORIT. WE HAVE TO CLEAN UP THE MESS, THERE’S A LOT OF OPPORTUNITIES TO TUNE THE COUNTY UP AND MAKE THINGS GO A LITTLE BIT BETTER FOR THE PEOPLE THAT ARE BEING SCREWED AND YOU SEE ITEMS WHERE WE ARE BULKING UP TO ADD TO DEPARTMENTS, WE HAVE TOO MANY AS IS, WE ARE TRYING TO GET THINGS DONE, JOB ORDER CONTRACTING, AS AN EXAMPLE, IS SOMETHING THAT ALWAYS BENEFITS IN PEOPLE HITTING THE LEAVER TOO MANY TIMES ON THE NUMBER OF ITEMS, SO — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: SARAH, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: HI, I AM VOICING OPPOSITION TO 57, AND THE ANTI-LAW ENFORCEMENT DEFUNDING AGENDA THIS BOARD IS PROPOSING I UNDERSTAND THESE ARE TURBULENT TIMES AND THEY NEED ANSWERS, HOMELESSNESS AND JOB LOSS AND DISPARITY. ALLOCATION TO FUNDS IS NOT THE SOLUTION TO THESE ISSUES, IT SHOWS THE BOARD TO CAPITALIZE ON VOTER’S MOVES ON THE BACK OF VICTIMS AND VICTIMS WIDE. AND PUTTING COMMUNITIES AN A GREATER RISK BY TAKING MEN AND WOMEN OUT OF THE COMMUNITIES BY ENACTING POSITIVE CHANGE THAT IS ALL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: GENEVIEVE CLAVREUL, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>GENEVIEVE CLAVREUL: YES, GOOD MORNING, DR. GENEVIEVE CLAVREUL, I WILL SPEAK ON 10 AND 75, THE ITEMS RESIDING IN 10, AS MORE NEED TO BE DONE ACT OLDER ADULTS, BECAUSE I AM ONE OF THEM. AND THANK YOU FOR BRINGING THAT ITEM DEFINITIVELY, SOMETHING THAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT. AND I AM EXTREMELY CONCERNED ABOUT 75E I HAVE NO PROBLEM SEEING PEOPLE BEING REMOVED FROM JAIL, BUT I HAVE SEEN — WORK NEEDS TO BE DONE TO MAKE SURE THAT THE PEOPLE BEING REMOVED ARE NOT SCREAMING, LIKE WHAT HAPPENED IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. AND I ALSO WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT THE FAMILY OF THE PEOPLE WHO ARE IMPACTED AND SO ON ARE NOTIFIED THAT THOSE PEOPLE ARE BEING RELEASED FROM JAIL, AS THAT IS DEFINITELY AN ACUTE ISSUE AND MAKE SURE THAT HAPPENS AND ON ITEM 75C, I DID NOT

KNOW THAT WE HAVE REMOVED THE MENTAL HEALTH EVALUATION TEAM IN MENTAL HEALTH OUTREACH SERVICES, SO DEFINITELY MAKE SURE THAT IT HAS REOPENED AND THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING ME TO SPEAK TODAY >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, PLEASE PRESS 1 THEN 0 AT THIS TIME. DO NOT PRESS ONE THEN 0 A SECOND TIME OR YOU WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE QUEUE. JEFF POCKER, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU. MY NAME IS JED PALKER, 9 AND 42, AND MAKING A GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT GOOD MORNING SUPERVISORS, AND EVERYONE WHO IS THERE, THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY VOTERS ACTION COALITION SUPPORTS THE MOTION TO LEASE THE POMONA FAIR PLEX FOR VOTE BY MAIL EXPANSION, WE SUGGEST TWO MODIFICATIONS, ONE, LIMIT THE LEASE TERM TO NOT MORE THAN ONE YEAR, RATHER THAN THE PROPOSED 18 MONTHS. TWO, AMEND THE MOTION TO DIRECT THE REGISTRAR TO FIND PERMANENT STORAGE WITHIN ONE YEAR. THIS IS BECAUSE VOTING BY MAIL IS THE SAFE AND SECURE DIRECTION FOR LOS ANGELES COUNTY AND CALIFORNIA, AND 12 MONTHS SHOULD BE SUFFICIENT TIME TO FIND THE PERMANENT LOCATION FOR THESE AND OTHER REASONS, IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT WE OPTIMIZE AND MAXIMIZE CHALLENGE PROOF VOTE BY MAIL FOR THE NOVEMBER ELECTION SEASON 42, WE UNDERSTAND THE NEED TO FUND MAINTENANCE ON THE EXISTING EPOLL BOOKS SYSTEM FOR KNOWING IN THE CURRENT FISCAL YEAR, WE DO NOT RECOMMEND SUPPORTING BEYOND TWO YEARS, $2 MILLION PER YEAR, THIS CUSTOM SYSTEM IS NO BARGAIN FOR TAXPAYERS, AND WHILE THE COUNTY MUST PRIORITIZE VOTE BY MAIL, WE URGE THE BOARD TO PUSH FOR OPEN SOURCE AND NON PROPRIETARY SOLUTION FOR IN PERSON VOTING AND TO WORK TOWARDS MINIMIZING THE NEED FOR IT, RATHER THAN CONTINUE BUYING EXPENSIVE TECHNOLOGIES THAT ALLOW TAXPAYERS INTO FUNDING SPECIALIZED PROPRIETARY VENDORS, OPTIMIZE AND MAXIMIZE CHALLENGE PROOF VOTE BY MAIL FOR THIS ELECTION SEASON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, I WANT TO EXPRESS OUR APPRECIATION TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND TO THE REGISTRAR REPORTER’S OFFICE FOR LISTENING TO INPUT AND SUGGESTIONS TO MAKING LOS ANGELES COUNTY ELECTIONS WORK FOR ALL VOTERS. THIS YEAR IS A HUGE CHALLENGE TO LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS AND TO DEMOCRACY ITSELF. L.A. COUNTY AND CALIFORNIA IS FORWARD LOOKING TO PIVOTING SAFE VOTE BY MAIL AND ENSURING IN PERSON VOTING, PRIORITIZE ALL PREPARATIONS FOR THIS NOVEMBER’S ELECTION, ALL L.A. COUNTY CITIZENS AND THE REST OF THE COUNTRY ARE WATCHING TO SEE WE MAINTAIN A FULLY DEMOCRATIC AND ORDERED ELECTION PROCESS, DESPITE THE CHALLENGE WE FACE, THANK YOU VERY MUCH >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>SPEAKER: KEVIN CATER, PLEASEICATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS OBGENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: 51C AND GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. AND MEASURE 57, THAT IS PROPOSED ON TODAY’S AGENDA. I WOULD LIKE TO TELL THE BOARD THAT I AM STRONGLY AGAINST MEASURE 51C, I FIND IT A LITTLE OUTRAGEOUS THAT WE ARE GOING TO BE CUTTING FUNDS FROM PUBLIC SAFETY AND REALLOCATING THEM INTO PROGRAMS THAT THE VOTERS AND GENERAL POPULATION IS UNAWARE OF, I THINK THAT TAKING MEN AND WOMEN OFF THE STREETS THAT ARE HAVING A POSITIVE IMPACT ON OUR COMMUNITIES ON A DAILY BASIS REGARDLESS OF WHAT WE HEAR IN THE MEDIA IS OUTRAGEOUS, THERE’S A LOT OF MEN AND WOMEN TRYING TO MAKE POSITIVE IMPACTS ON THE COMMUNITY AND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS IS SHOWING ON A DAILY BASIS THAT THEY DO NOT HAVE THESE PEOPLE’S BACKS, THAT IS ALL, THANK YOU VERY MUCH, AND I REALLY HOPE THAT YOU TAKE THIS INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN VOTING ON THIS MEASURE AND IF THIS MEASURE DOES PASS IN THE FUTURE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: SHERYL SIMENS, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMENTZ YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I AM ADDRESSING ITEM 27 AND AGENDA 29. MY NAME IS SHERYL SIMENS AND I AM A FOURTH DISTRICT L.A. COUNTY RESIDENT AND I AM PLEADING WITH WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO CONSIDER CONTINUING THE FUNDING FOR THE UNSOLVED UNIT OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SEVERAL FRIENDS AND I RESEARCHED THE MURDER OF A CLASSMATE FROM LYNWOOD HIGH SCHOOL AND FOUND OTHER COLD CASE MURDERS THAT HAPPENED IN OUR HOME TOWN SEVERAL YEARS APART, THEY HAPPENED APPROXIMATELY 48 TO 52 YEARS AGO, WE HAVE INVESTED THOUSANDS OF HOURS RESEARCHING

THESE CASES AND FUND VALUABLE INFORMATION THAT CAN POSSIBLY LEAD TO CLOSURE OR CONVICTION ONE OF THE VICTIM’S MOTHERS IN HER LATE ’80S AND WE WOULD LIKE TO BRING HER CLOSER IN THE TIME WE HAVE LEFT. THERE MAY BE BUDGET CUTS THAT CAN IMPACT THE UNSOLVED UNIT, FUNDING THE UNIT ALLOWS FOR INTERACTION BETWEEN DETECTIVES AND RESEARCHERS LIKE US TO DISCUSS AND SHARE OUR FINDINGS, THAT STILL HAVE VITAL DNA TO SOLVE HOMICIDES AND AROUND THE COUNTRY, IS THIS NOT A POSSIBILITY IF THERE ARE ONLY TWO DETECTIVES STAFFED TO THE UNIT WITH THOUSANDS OF UNSOLVED CASES IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY, I AM ASKING THAT YOU PLEASE REVIEW KEEPING AND ENHANCING THE FUNDING FOR THIS VERY CRITICAL UNIT, COLD CASE VICTIMS NEED JUSTICE EVEN IF THEIR MURDER HAPPENED 50 YEARS AGO, THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING ME TO MAKE THIS PUBLIC COMMENT >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: KATHLEEN WILDER, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS OBGENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING MADAM CHAIR AND SUPERVISORS, MY NAME IS KATHLEEN WILL BURR, I AM WITH THE STAND ALONE DEPARTMENT AGING FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT ON ITEM 10, I AM HONORED TO SPEAK AND IN SUPPORT OF THE MOTION, LOS ANGELES COUNTY SERVICES FOR DISABLED AND OLDER ADULTS AND I WANT TO EMPHASIZE THREE POINTS, FIRST, A VISIBLE STAND ALONE DEPARTMENT OF AGING IS ESSENTIAL SO OLDER ADULTS CARE GIVERS PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES KNOW WHERE TO GO TO FIND AND ACCESS SERVICES AND SUPPORTS AND SECOND, TO REDUCE BARRIERS AND STREAMLINE SERVICES FOR ADULTS WITH COMPLEX NEEDS, CONSOLIDATE THREE CORE SERVICES, COMBINE THE AGENCIES ON AGING, ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES AND IN HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES AND PROVIDE RESOURCES THAT RESULT IN RETURN ON INVESTMENT, IN ADDITION DIVISIONARY LEADERSHIP, INCLUDE A GRANT WRITER AND THE FUNDER’S TABLE THAT IS READY TO GO AS PART OF A PURPOSEFUL AGING L.A. PUBLIC PRIVATE PLAN. THESE ARE CHALLENGING TIMES BUT I AM OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE PLAN PRESENTED IN THE MOTION THE COUNTY IS WELL POSITIONED, PURPOSEFUL AGING L.A. HAS DEVELOPED WORK GROUPS OF ACTIVE STAKEHOLDERS TO MOVE THE RECOMMENDATION ALONG, I DO WANT TO NOTE THE TIGHT TIMELINE IS IMPORTANT TO KEEP LEADERS AND PLA PARTICIPANTS ENGAGED. EFFORTS IN THE LAST DECADE BROUGHT THE COUNTY TO THE STARTINGIGATE, I DON’T WANT TO MINIMIZE CHALLENGES AND BARRIERS, BUT IT PROVIDES A ROAD MAP >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>SPEAKER: HOLLY SANCHEZ HALL, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS OBGENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING, I WOULD LIKE TO ADDRESS ITEM 10, 57, AND GENERAL COMMENT. I AM MARIA SANCHEZ, I AM SPEAKING AS A CONCERNED RESIDENT OF L.A COUNTY, MY SUPERVISOR IS JANICE HAHN, I AM ACTUALLY FOR ITEM 10 ON THE AGENDA. AND I AM VERY CONCERNED WITH ITEM 57, DUE TO WHAT IS GOING ON WITH COVID, AND I AM GOING TO TELL A STORY, THAT JUST HAPPENED YESTERDAY. MY MOM DOESN’T SPEAK ENGLISH, SHE IS ELDERLY, BEING ABUSED BY THE SYSTEM AND EVERYTHING THAT YOU ARE MENTIONING HERE ABOUT DISPROPORTIONATE IMPACT ON RACIAL ADJUSTMENT AND INVEST IN THE COMMUNITY HAVE NEVER HAPPENED IN MY COMMUNITY, I WOULD LOVE TO SEE IT. AND ON THE OTHER HAND, YESTERDAY, I HAD AN EXPERIENCE WITH MY MOM, WE WENT TO THE LA.A.P.D. AND THE STATION WAS CLOSED AND COULD NOT MAKE A REPORT. THE ONLY OFFICE THAT WAS OPEN TO US WAS THE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT IN CARSON, AND I FOUND LATINOS ARE NOT HIRED, AND 50 PERCENT OF THE DEPARTMENT IS LATINOS, Y ARE PLANNING TO CUT MORE FUNDING WHICH YOU ALREADY DID, $800 MILLION, ALREADY CUT FROM THIS DEPARTMENT AND YOU ARE PLANNING TO CUT ANOTHER 10 PERCENT AND NOT ALLOWING THEM TO DO ANYTHING TO EVEN GAIN ACCESS TO THESE FUNDS IS JUST CRAZY IT IS IRRATIONAL. AND NOT ONLY THAT IT IS IRRATIONAL, I SAT WITH TWO LATINOS RECENTLY HIRED, ONE THAT IS FEMALE AND ADDRESSED MY MOM IN SPANISH IS GOING TO BE GONE, BECAUSE OF ALL THE FUNDS YOU ARE CUTTING. YOU ALREADY

CUT ENOUGH TO THE DEPARTMENT OF THE SHERIFF. PLEASE, LOOK SOMEWHERE ELSE, THIS IS A WONDERFUL CHARTER AND THIS HAS TO GO ON AND YOU HAVE TO PAY ATTENTION MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO IMPACT REPORTS THAT YOU ARE — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE TO ADDRESS GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: YES, I AM URGING YOU, PLEASE, TO LOOK FOR WAYS YOU CAN WORK TOGETHER AND THAT YOU CAN FIEND A WAY THAT YOU CAN ACTUALLY HELP, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE I SEE A SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT THAT IS RUN BY A LATINO, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE I GO TO THE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT IN THE STATION, AND I SEE LATINOS WORK AND ADDRESSING MY HOME IN SPANISH, SHE WAS ABLE TO FILE A REPORT, BUT SHE WAS NOT ABLE TO DO FOR 27 YEARS CAN YOU IMAGINE? AND NOW YOU ARE GOING TO CUT AND CONTINUE TO MAKING CUTS AND CUTS AND GUESS WHO IS GOING TO GO FIRST, THE ONES THAT WERE HIRED RIGHT NOW IN THE LATER, RIGHT NOW, AND ONES HIRED LATELY, THOSE ARE THE ONES THAT WILL GET FIRED, AND GUESS WHO GOES, THE LATINOS, OUR COMMUNITY, OVER 51 PERCENT LATINOS, WE NEED REPRESENTATIVES THAT REALLY REPRESENT US >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED. NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: TAB ROADS, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT. YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: AS PRESIDENT OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION, I WILL BE SPEAKING ON 57 AND GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT WE REPRESENT 9,000 CURRENT AND RETIRED ANXIETY EMPLOYEES, WE LIVE AND WORK IN THIS COMMUNITY ARE PROFOUNDLY CONCERNED ABOUT THIS MOTION, 57, AND VERY MUCH OPPOSED TO THE CHARTER AMENDMENT WITH A DEVASTATING IMPACT ON RESIDENTS AND UNIONIZED EMPLOYEES. WE WILL EMPHASIZE, WE ARE NOT REPRE REPRESENTING A LA ENFORCEMENT VIEWPOINT BUT LABOR PERSPECTIVE AND THE DETRIMENTAL IMPACTS WE HAVE. AND WE REPRESENT FOREIGN PEACE OFFICERS IN THREE COUNTY AGENCIES, WE REPRESENT NUMEROUS CLASSIFICATIONS OF NON SWORN UNIONIZED MEMBERS, DISPATCHERS, CUSTODY ASSISTANTS, SECURITY OFFICERS, AND CRIME ANALYSTS, THAT ARE FACING UNCERTAINTY AND HARM AS A RESULT OF THIS MOTION AND AS FOR GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOUR OFFICES HAVE BEEN PROVIDED A COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL ANALYSIS OF THE PROPOSED MOTION OUTLINING THE FAILURES OF THIS BOARD TO ADHERE TO YOUR ESTABLISHED RULES, NEGOTIATED BARGAINING RIGHTS AND THE LAW WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE LEGALITY OF THE MOTION AND THE CEO EXPRESSES CONCERNS ABOUT THE PLIGHT OF THE PANDEMIC. THE COALITION OF UNIONS AND THE L.A COUNTY FEDERATION HAS OPPOSITION TO THIS AMENDMENT. I HAD CONVERSATIONS WITH EACH OF YOU, AND YOUR STAFF, IDENTIFYING MANY OF THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES WHICH WOULD IMPACT THE CITIZENS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY. JOINING WITH THE L.A. TIMES EDITORIAL BOARD, OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS AND LABOR COALITION AND MANY CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS OPPOSE THE MOTION. WE STRONGLY URGE THE HONORABLE SUPERVISOR OF THE BOARD TO PUT ASIDE THE EMOTION OF THE MOMENT AND LIVE UP TO THE EXPECTATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CONSTITUENTS WHO PUT YOU IN OFFICE AND GOVERN THROUGH ANALYSIS AND CAREFUL CONSID CONSIDERATION >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: HECTOR OCHOA, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: ITEM 10 AND PUBLIC COMMENT, GOOD MORNING BOARD, THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY AS A DISABLED RIGHTS ADVOCATE AND COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR THE L.A. COUNTY COMMISSION ON DISABILITIES, CREATING A STAND ALONE DEPARTMENT FOR COORDINATION OF CARE FOR OLDER ADULTS AND EXCLUDING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IS UNACCEPTABLE, WHEN THE COUNTY SPEAKS OF EQUITY. TO USE THE WORD EQUITY WITHOUT INCLUDING DISABLED PEOPLE IS NOT TRUE EQUITY. THE AGENDA ITEM AND DESCRIPTION SPECIFIED FOR ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES, BUT THE REPORT PROVIDED TO THE BOARD IN NO WAY EMPHASIZES MUCH LESS PRIORITIZES PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES TO INCLUDE ADULTS AND NOT PROVIDE A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN IN THE REPORT IS NOT ACCESSIBLE THE COUNTY AS A GOVERNMENT BODY IS MAKING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AN AFTER THOUGHT, AFTER THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

VOTED TWO WEEKS AGO, RECOGNIZING 30 — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOU A MINUTE TO SPEAK ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, PLEASE BEGIN >>SPEAKER: 30 YEARS OF THE A. D A., WHY SUPPORT A PROCLAMATION TO ENSURE THE RIGHTS OF DISABLED PEOPLE ARE UP HELD WHEN YOU CREATE SERVICES OR DEPARTMENTS THAT WILL NOT PRIORITIZE US PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ARE THE LARGEST MINORITY IN THIS COUNTRY, EVERYONE WILL HAVE A DISABILITY, IT DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE BY AGE, ILLNESS, OR ACCIDENT. EVERYONE WILL BECOME DISABLED, AND TO CREATE A DISABILITY DEPARTMENT IS MORE SENSE, RATHER THAN CREATING AN OLDER ADULTS DEPARTMENT THAT BECAUSE OF AGE ALONE CANNOT SERVE EVERYONE. I WANT TO CLOSE WITH THE MANTRA USED BY DISABLED PEOPLE FOR POLICY MAKERS, NOTHING ABOUT US WITHOUT US, DECISIONS SHOULD NOT BE MADE FOR US AND ABOUT US WITHOUT US AT THE TABLE AND OUR DIRECT INPUT I URGE THE COUNTY TO SEEK OUT A DISABLED PERSON TO AMEND THE REPORT AND CREATE A — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: MIKE GREEN, PLEASE STATE THE REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, AND WHETHER YOU WILL ADDRESS ON GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: YES, GOOD MORNING MICHAEL GREEN, REGIONAL DIRECTOR FOR SEIU721, SPEAKING ON ITEM 25, AND ALSO ITEM 25I AND PUBLIC COMMENT THAT IS WHY I NEED THE TIME FIRST OF ALL, I WANT TO THANK SUPERVISOR MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS FOR BRINGING THE MOTION TODAY, AND ADDRESS ALL OF THE SUPERVISORS. WE HAVE A ONCE IN A GENERATION OPPORTUNITY THIS YEAR TO REFORM THE PROPERTY TAX SYSTEM BY ADDRESSING INEQUALITIES ON PROPOSITION 13 AND GIVING LOS ANGELES COUNTY ON A STABLE FOOTING, THE SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES FIRST BALLOT MEASURE WILL MOVE $1 BILLION TO CLOSE A LOOP HOLE THAT ALLOWS CORPORATIONS TO AVOID CONTRIBUTING THEIR SHARE OF TAXES LOCAL GOVERNMENT NEEDS THE ADEQUATE FUNDING TO MEET THE NEEDS OF CALIFORNIA FAMILIES THE 90,000 MEMBERS OF SE.E S.E.I.U.721 URGE YOU TO DO THE RIGHT THING TODAY, PROP 15 DESERVES YOUR SUPPORT, THANK YOU. ON ITEM 75I, I WOULD LIKE TO SAY SE.E.I.U. SEVEN 21 SUPPORTS THE EFFORTS TO GIVE TRAINING AND PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENT, WE SUPPORT THE CREATION OF JOBS IN THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE AND REVENUE GENERATING DEPARTMENT IN WHICH INVESTMENTS PRODUCE LONG TERM FINANCIAL BENEFITS TO L.A COUNTY THE VOTERS IN L.A. COUNTY APPROVE PROPOSITION 15, THE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY TAX REFORM MEASURE IN NOVEMBER, INVESTENT IN THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE TRAINING PROGRAM WILL LIKE PRECEDENT. THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR, THAT NOW COMPLETES THE HOUR OF TESTIMONY >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU OUR TIME FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS HAS ENDED, THANK YOU ALL THAT CALLED IN TO SPEAK IF YOU WERE UNABLE TO PROVIDE YOUR COMMENS, YOU MAY SUBMIT WRITTEN COMMENTS AS INDICATED ON THE AGENDA. WE WILL CONTINUE TO ACCEPT ALL WRITTEN COMMENTS THAT COME IN DURING THE MEETING, WHICH WILL BECOME PART OF THE RECORD WE WILL NOW HEAR FROM SHERIFF VILLANUEVA WHO REQUESTED TO ADDRESS THE BOARD. SHERIFF, YOU WILL HAVE 5 MINUTES TO ADDRESS THESE ITEMS >>SHERIFF: THANK YOU SUPERVISOR BARGER, I WANT TO ADDRESS ITEMS 3 AND 4, AND A A LETTER WE RECEIVED FROM THE C.C.E.O.’S OFFICE YESTERDAY, L.A. COUNTY, IT SAYS THAT JUSTICE INVOLVEMENT OUTCOMES FOR DEFENDANTS DURING THE CASE ADJUDICATION AND AFTER AD ADJUDICATION SINCE THE START OF THE ’19 PANDEMIC, AND THE RELIEF PROVIDED PRETRIAL. MY CONCERN ON THIS ITEM IS THE SAME THAT I SHARE WITH ITEM NUMBER 4 CREATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE DATA SHARING INITIATIVE IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY. IT SAYS THAT IT IS GOING TO START COLLECTING AND ANALYZING AND PUBLISHING DATA THAT IS REASONABLE AND ACCESSIBLE ABOUT THE JUSTICE IMPACTED POPULATION, IT SAYS DEVELOP A LONG TERM PLAN FOR COLLECTION, ANALYSIS, AND PUBLICATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE DIVERSION AND HEALTH DATA, INCLUDING ENTRY LEVEL DATA HERE IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY. AND MY CONCERN ON BOTH OF THESE, THREE AND FOUR, NONE OF THEM SAY ANYTHING ABOUT WHAT HAPPENS TO THE VICTIMS, IF THE VICTIMS ARE

INVOLUNTARILY INVOLVED IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM. AND AS A RESULT, THEY SUFFER HORRENDOUS THINGS, UP TO AND INCLUDING DEATH, WITH CORTEZ, A PRE-TRIAL DETAINEE, AND RATHER THAN JUST DISMISS HER DEATH AS A NEGATIVE OUTCOME BASED ON PREVIOUS COMMENTS FROM THE OFFICE OF DIVERSION AND REENTRY, THAT’S A TRAGEDY, THAT’S A FACE OF THE TRAGEDY OF THE VICTIMS, AND SINCE THE BOARD HAS ELECTED NOT TO REALLY TALK ABOUT VICTIMS OF CRIME AND REPRESENT VICTIMS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM, I AM HERE TO REPRESENT VICTIMS OF CRIME THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY AND IN THE FACE OF — >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: I TAKE EXCEPTION TO THAT >>SPEAKER: SIR, YOU CAN TAKE ALL THE EXCEPTION YOU WANT >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: I DID, YOUR CHECK ON THE BOARD FOR NOT REPRESENTING VICTIMS IS UNCALLED FOR — >>SPEAKER: YOU CA CHALLENGE IT ALL YOU WANT, SIR >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: I JUST DID >>SPEAKER: WHERE IS THE DATA COLLECTION ON VICTIMS, I DON’T SEE IT ON ITEM 3 OR 4, IN FACT, IT IS ABSENT FROM THE CONVERSATION. I WOULD BE MORE THAN HAPPY TO SUPPORT IF YOU CREATE A BOARD MOTION TO DISCUSS VICTIMS OF CRIME AND THEIR PLIGHT IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM, AND I WILL SUPPORT YOU 100 PERCENT SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS. AND ANYWAY, THAT’S ALL — >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU >>SPEAKER: I HAVE ONE LAST THING. TWO LAST THINGS. AND ONE IS, THIS WAS A LETTER THAT WAS IN THE L.A. TIMES, A LETTER TO THE EDITOR IN THE L.A. TIMES, IT IS FROM ANTHONY EDWARDS OF SYDNEY, OFFERS A BLEAK ASSESSMENT FROM AFAR CALIFORNIA IS AND WAS AN INTERNATIONAL TOURIST DESTINATION, THE RED WOODS, SAN FRANCISCO BAY, SAN DIEGO, PLACES I WANTED TO VISIT AGAIN, UNTIL COVID-19 IS DEAD, VIOLENCE IS DOWN AND PRESIDENT TRUMP IS HISTORY. UNTIL YOU SHARE CARE FOR YOUR FELLOW MEN AND WOMEN, I AM NOT INTO YOU. THAT’S A TELLING LETTER, AND THE POINT IS WE RELY ON TOURISM, A HUGE PART OF THE ECONOMY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA IN L.A. COUNTY. KEEP THAT IN MIND, AND LAST, BUT NOT LEAST, I WAS INFORMED ON FRIDAY THAT THE BOARD, THE C.E.O. HAS RENEGED ON THE BOARD MOTION THAT YOU WERE GOING TO PROVIDE AND ALLOW FOR FOUR CLASSES IN THE ACADEMY, AND OUR AUGUST CLASS WAS ONE OF THE ONES WE AGREED TO WAS GOING TO START AUGUST 10TH, AND ON FRIDAY, ALL ATTENDEES WERE INFORMED THE CLASS WAS CANCELED, LEAVING 22 FORMER ACADEMY ATTENDEES ARE UNEMPLOYED, AND THEY GAVE THEIR TWO WEEKS NOTICE TO QUIT TO THE FORMER JOBS, THEY HAVE NO JOB GOING INTO IT. THAT IS 22 LOSSES RIGHT THERE, I WOULD LIKE THE BOARD TO ADDRESSES OR THE CEO’S OFFICE, IF WE MAKE A DEAL, WE STICK TO THE DEAL, OTHERWISE WE ARE AN UNSTABLE AND UNRELIABLE EMPLOYER. IN THELONG TERM, WE WANT TO HIRE THE BEST TO SERVE WITHIN LOS ANGELES COUNTY AND FROM WITHIN LOS ANGELES COUNTY. THE CEO’S OFFICE CAN ADDRESS THAT, WE WOULD APPRECIATE IT, THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, SHERIFF. WITH THAT, MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE INDICATE THE AGENDA ITEMS THAT WE WILL BE VOTING ON >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THE FOLLOWING ITEMS BEFORE YOU ARE ITEMS 1D-4D, 1P, 1, 3, 5, 7-9, 11-13, 15, 17-19, 21 AND 22, 24 AND 25, AND ON THOSE ITEMS, SUPERVISOR BARGER VOTES NO 26-31, 34-54, 56, 58-74, 75 AS REVISED, 75B-75F, 75G, SUPERVISOR BARGER ABSTAINS FROM THE VOTE. 75H, AS REVISED, AND ON THAT, SUPERVISOR BARGER VOTES NO 75I, AS AMENDED, 75J-75K, 78-80 ARE BEFORE YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: MOVED BY SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL, WITHOUT OBJECTIONO ORDERED >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: CALL THE ROLL >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: CALL THE ROLL PLEASE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS?

>>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES, 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: BEFORE WE TAKE UP PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS, THE EXECUTIVE OFFICER WILL READ THE SHORT TITLES OF EACH ITEM, IN ADDITION, WE WILL HEAR THE DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENTS FOR ITEMS 86-89 FOR THE APPEAL HEARING, ITEMS 88 AND 89, WE WILL HEAR FROM THE APPELLANTS AND THE APPLICANTS AFTER THE DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENTS THERE AFTER, WE WILL TAKE THE REMAINING SPEAKERS OF PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE HEARING ITEMS FOLLOWING PUBLIC COMMENT, WE WILL THEN TABLE THE ITEMS AND CONVENE IN CLOSED SESSION WE WILL RETURN FROM CLOSED SESSION AND WE WILL TAKE UP THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS AND VOTE ON EACH OF THEM >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: FOR THOSE WHO PLAN TO TESTIFY BEFORE THE BOARD ON THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS, PLEASE BE PREPARED TO BE SWORN IN. BY ADDRESSING THE BOARD TODAY IN THE TESTIMONY YOU GIVE BEFORE THE BORD, YOU SWEAR TO TELL THE TRUTH, THE WHOLE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH, SO HELP YOU GOD. THANK YOU. 1 IS ANNEXATION ON PARTICIPATION NUMBERS 722, 21, UNINCORPORATED SOUTH WHITTIER, 72796 STEVENSON RANCH, 0762018 SOUTH WHITTIER, 032-20-21-16, POMONA, A WRITTEN DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENT WAS PROVIDED AND NO CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED 82 IS A HEARING ON THE ANNEXATION OF PETITION NUMBERS 2-116, UNINCORPORATED HACIENDA HEI HEIGHTS, ISLANDS, COVINA, AND PARAMOUNT. A WRITTEN DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENT WAS PROVIDED, NO CORRESPONDENCE WAS RECEIVED 83 IS A HEARING ON THE ANNEXATION OF PETITION NUMBERS 72916 UNINCORPORATED ROLAND HEIGHTS, SOUTH WHITTIER, 086-20-17, HACIENDA HEIGHTS, ROLAND HEIGHTS, AND UNINCORPORATED SOUTH WHITTIER, A WRITTEN DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENT WAS PROVIDED, AND NO CORRESPONDENCE WAS RECEIVED ITEM 84 IS A HEARING ON THE DISILLUSION OF THE LIGHTING DISTRICT LOCATED IN THE JURISDICTION BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF INDUSTRY, A WRITTEN DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENT WAS PROVIDED AND NO CORRESPONDENCE WAS RECEIVED ITEM 85 IS A — >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: ON ITEM 84, I THINK IT IS 10049 IS WHAT I HAVE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YES, SORRY >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THAT’S OKAY >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: 89 IS AN ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION GRANTING PROPRIETARY ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION FOR HELLO 1B, TERMINATING 2056 IN DEL SUR, NO DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENT AND NO CORRESPONDENCE WAS RECEIVED 86 IS A PROJECT, 2020000600 TO APPROVE THE DWELLING UNIT ORDINANCE WITH ESTABLISHED DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS AND CASE PROCESSING PROCEDURES FOR ADUS AND JUNIOR ADUS. THERE IS A DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENT, AND CORRESPONDENCE WAS RECEIVED >>SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING pSUPERV SUPERVISORS, MY NAME IS AMY BODAK, THE DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL PLANNING, I’M GOING TO PROPOSE — TO ESTABLISH DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS AND CRASE PROCESSING PROCEDURES FOR DWELLING UNITS AND JUNIOR DWELLING UNITS, PURSUANT TO RECENT CHANGES IN STATE LAW THE COUNTY’S PREVIOUS ADU ORDINANCE BECAME EFFECTIVE IN MAY 2019 HOWEVER, IN RESPONSE TO THE DEEPENING HOUSING AFFORDBILITY CRISIS, THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA ENACT SAID CHANGES TO THE LAW THAT BECAME EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2020 TO FURTHER REDUCE LOCAL BARRIERS TO ADUS AND JA SDUS STATE WIDE AND IN DOING SO NULLIFIED THE ORDINANCE. THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE BEFORE YOU IMPOSES LOCAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH WITH THE REVISED STATE LAW THE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVED RECOMMENDED APPROVAL OF

ORDINANCE, IT IS BEFORE YOU TODAY. THIS CONCLUDES MY STATEMENT, AND I AM AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, AMY. 87 IS A HEARING ON PROJECT NUMBER 2020-000-601 AMENDING COUNTY CODE, 22, PLANNING AND ZONING, TO INCLUDE A HOUSING ORDINANCE THAT ESTABLISHES MANDATORY AFFORDABLE HOUSING REQUIREMENTS FOR SALE AND RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS THAT MEET CRITERIA. THERE IS A DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENT AND CORRESPONDENCE WAS RECEIVED >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: WE WILL HEAR FROM AMY BODEIC, DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL PLANNING >>SPEAKER: I AM HERE TO PRESENT A PROPOSED INCLUSIONARY PLANNING ORDINANCE REPRESENTED BY THE COMMISSION IN APRIL 2020 THE INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE IS DESIGNED TO WORK WITH OTHER AFFORDABLE HOUSING ORDINANCES THAT WILL COME BEFORE THIS BOARD IN THE FALL AND INCLUDING THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRESERVATION ORDINANCE THAT WILL REQUIRE NO NET LOSS OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND IN RECOMMENDING THE INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, THE PLANNING COMMISSION DOES UNDERSTAND THAT IT WILL NOT APPLY TO RENTAL HOUSING IN EAST L.A., GATEWAY, SOUTH LOS ANGELES MARKETS AT THIS TIME BASED ON A FEASIBILITY STUDY, THEY ENCOURAGE FUTURE FEASIBILITY STUDY LOOK AT THE SUB AREAS INTO THE ORDINANCE WHEN IT IS FEASIBLE THAT CONCLUDES MY DEPARTMENT’S STATEMENT, I AM AVAILABLE FOR ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ON THIS TOPIC, THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, 88 IS A HEARING ON THE CALL FOR REVIEW AND APPEAL, PROJECT NUMBER 2017-004820, TO AUTHORIZE THE REDEVELOPMENT OF AN 8.98 ACRE INDUSTRIAL SITE WITH A NEW 203,877 SQUARE FOOT WAREHOUSE, 20850 SOUTH NORMANDY AVENUE IN WEST CARSON, WITHIN THE CARSON ZONE DISTRICT. THERE’S A DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENT AND CORRESPONDENCE WAS RECEIVED >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: WE WILL HEAR FROM AMY B ODEK, DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL PLANNING AMY? >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU VERY MUCH THE APPLICANT, RIDGE POINT SOUTH BAY TWO LLC IS REQUESTING A CONVENTIONAL USE UNIT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF A 2,000 SQUARE FOOT WAREHOUSE LOCATED IN WEST CARSON THE PROJECT HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO REDUCE POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS TO THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITY, THE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVED THE APPLICATION IN APRIL. YOUR BOARD CALLED UP THE PROBLEM FOR FURTHER REVIEW, AND AN APPEAL OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION’S DECISION WAS FILED. STAFF RECOMMENDS THE APPEAL BE DENIED AND THE PROJECT BE APPROVED THIS CONCLUDES MY STATEMENT, I AM AVAILABLE FOR ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU AMY, I WILL CALL ON HANNAH, THE APPELLATE REPRESENTATIVE, TWO MINUTES, FOLLOWED BY CINDY STAR, AND IF NEEDED, THE APPELLANT WILL HAVE A MINUTE FOR REBUTTAL IF THEY WISH >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU, HONORABLE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, MY NAME IS HANNAH BENTLEY, REPRESENTING THE APPELLANT IN THIS MATTER. THE APPELLANTS ARE WITHDRAWING THE APPEAL BASED ON THE PROJECT AP APPLICANTS AGREEING TO IMPLEMENT ADDITIONAL SUSTAINABILITY MEASURES >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, CINDY STARK, ANY COMMENTS? >>SPEAKER: YES, THIS IS CINDY, FROM LATHEM AND WATTCONS, ON BEHALF OF BRIDGE DEVELOPMENT THANK YOU FOR YOUR LEADERSHIP IN THESE DIFFICUL TIMES, WE KNOW THE IMPORTANCE OF ECOMMERCE, ESPECIALLY INTO THE PORT. WE ARE HONORED TO WORK WITH TRUCK DRIVERS THAT ARE ESSENTIAL TO THIS WORKFORCE. WE HAVE EXTENSIVE INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE WITH BROWNFIELD SITES, WITH CAREFUL ENVIRONMENTAL WORK TO IMPROVE EXISTING CONDITIONS YOUR STAFF HAS DONE A VERY RIGOROUS JOB ON THIS PROJECT AND OTHER REGULATORY AGENCIES, INCLUDING NATIONAL, STATE, AND REGIONAL, AS WELL AS REVIEW FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH WITH HEALTH AS A PRIORITY FOR ALL REVIEWERS ON ALL THE CONDITIONS WITH YOUR APPROVAL, WE WILL PUT AN INDUSTRIAL SITE BACK TO

PRODUCTIVE USE, PROTECTING THE COMMUNITY FROM EXISTING CONTAMINATION, SUBJECT TO 70 CONDITIONS, INCLUDING SUSTAINABLE GREEN MEASURES FOR CLEAN ENERGY GOALS. THERE ARE RETRAINING OPERATIONS AS WELL, 37 TRUCKS PER DAY, A DESIGN THAT WILL TRANSFORM THE STREET KEEP, 100 NEW TREES, AN ACRE OF LANDSCAPING, A NEW SUSTAINABLE BUILDING AND WE ARE ASKED TO ADD SOLAR TO THE PROJECT AND AGREED TO THAT REQUEST AS WELL WE HAVE INCLUDED PROTECTIONS FOR IMMEDIATE NEIGHBORS, WITH A 10 FOOT SOUND WALL ALONG THE EASTERN BOUNDARIES, A SET BACK OF 74 FEET FOR THE NEIGHBORS, INCLUDING A LANDSCAPED AREA OVER 20 FEET WIDE WITH EXTENSIVE TREES. WE HAVE DONE EXTENSIVE OUTREACH IN THE PAST TWO YEARS WITH SPANISH AND ENGLISH, 1200 SUPPORTERS, 1,000 RESIDENTS AND UNIONS, SUCH AS THE SOUTHWEST REGIONAL CARPENTERS AND LABORERS, A $50 MILLION INVESTMENT TO CREATE HUNDREDS OF JOBS WITH THE COMMITMENT TO LOCAL HIRING FOR CONSTRUCTION AND PERMANENT JOBS IT HAS BEEN AN HONOR TO WORK WITH WITH THE COUNTY, WE RESPECTFULLY REQUEST YOUR APPROVAL, WE LOOK FORWARD TO CONTINUING TO WORK WITH OUR NEIGHBORS, WITH THE LEADERSHIP OF THE SUPERVISORS AND THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU VERY MUCH >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: HA HANNAH, DO YOU WISH TO RESPOND? >>SPEAKER: YES, WE HAVE WITHDRAWN OUR OBJECTION TO THE — >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: OKAY >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: OKAY, SO MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: ITEM 89 IS A HEARING ON APPEAL OF PROJECT NUMBER 2017-007238 TO AUTHORIZE THE EXPANSION OF THE EXISTING 6 OCCUPANT ADOLESCENT GROUP HOME TO 8, 29470 LAKE VISTA DRIVE IN MALIBU COMMUNITY STANDARD DISTRICT THERE’S A DEPARTMENTAL STATEMENT AND CORRESPONDENCE WAS RECEIVED >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: WE WILL HEAR FROM AMY RODEK, DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL PLANNING, AMY? >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME. THE APPLICANT, MONT E MEDO AND ASSOCIATES IS REQUESTING A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT TO AUTHORIZE THE EXPANSION OF A GROUP HOME FOR CHILDREN FROM 6 TO 8 BEDS IN THE RR ZONE IN THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS NORTH AREA. THE PROPOSED EXPANSION DOES NOT INCLUDE PHYSICAL CHANGES TO THE EXISTING GROUP HOME. AND THE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT INCLUDES CONDITIONS TO REDUCE POTENTIAL IMPACTS TO THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITY THE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVED THIS CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT ON DECEMBER 11, 2019 SUBSEQUENTLY, AN APPEAL OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION’S DECISION WAS FILED. STAFF RECOMMENDS THE APPEAL BE DENIED AND THE PROJECT APPROVED. I AND COUNTY COUNSEL ARE AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ON THIS PROJECT. THAT CONCLUDES MY STATEMENT, THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. WE WILL NOW HEAR FROM DEBBIE PATICES, THE APPLICANT WHO WILL BE GIVEN ONE MUNT, FOLLOWED BY DOUG CARSON, THE APPELLANT’S REPRESENT, WHO WILL HAVE ONE MINUTE, AND ALEXANDER M DEGOOD, TWO MUNTS PLEASE GO AHEAD >>SPEAKER: SPEAKING FOR A FEW MINUTES, ERRORS AND OMISSIONS — >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: I AM SORRY, HOLD ON ONE SECOND >>SPEAKER: THIS IS COUNTY COUNSEL, THE APPELLANT AND THE APPLICANT EACH GET TWO MINUTES TO SPEAK >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: OKAY. SO NOTED >>ATTORNEY: THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANKS. GO AHEAD, YOU HAVE TWO MINUTES >>SPEAKER: ERRORS AND OMISSIONS BURDEN OF PROOF IN COMPATIBILITY WITH UNDERLYING ZONING AND PERMITTED USE AND FIREFIGHTER INABILITY TO DEFEND MALIBU LAKE LED THE HEARING OFFICE OFFICER TO DENY SAYING NO FINDING CAN SUPPORT THAT THE PROJECT IS JEOPARDIZING OR ENDANGING TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY. THE RPC APPEALS OPENED WITH THE ACTING CHAIR OBSERVING SOMETHNG WAS A LITTLE OFF, GIVEN THE NEIGHBORS ARE SO CONCERNED NONETHELESS, THE THREE RPC COMMISSIONERS WHO OVER TURNED THE FACT BASED HEARING OF THE INCLUSION OFFICER WERE FROM A MISREPRESENTATIVE OF THE FIRE INSPECTION FORM AND FALSE EVACUATION ROUTE. THE PUBLIC HAS ATTEMPTED TO CORRECT THE RECORD OF THE FIRE EVACUATION AND PROCEDURAL AND TECHNICAL ISSUES IN TRANSPARENT — >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: YOU SPLIT YOUR TIME WITH DOUG, DOUG GETS THE REMAINING ONE MINUTE >>SPEAKER: AS I SAID IN THE BEGINNING, I AM TAKING THE FULL TWO MINUTES, PLEASE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR:

OKAY. THANK YOU >>SPEAKER: THE CUMULATIVE IMPACT OF 12 BED VIST AFACILITY AND THE CLEMENTINE FACILITY ONLY EVACUATION ROUTES RAISE CONCERNS, THE NON COMPLIANCE AT BOTH FACILITIES, CLEMENTINE HAS NOT ESTABLISHED TRUST WITH WITH THE COMMUNITY. IN THE 8 MONTHS SINCE THE RPC HEARING, THE APPLICANT IS UNABLE TO MITIGATE IMPACT. THEY ARE NOT AGE TO DO SO WITH A 33 PERCENT INCREASE IN BEDS AND 25 PERCENT INCREASE IN STAFF THIS MEDICAL FACILITY IS NOT A GROUP HOME. THEY DO NOT PROTECT BEYOND 6 BEDS, THE TWO FACILITIES EITHER END OF OUR ONLY EVACUATION ROUTE — LEADING NOT ONLY TO RESIDENTS, BUT THE ADOLESCENT PATIENT WITH LIFE THREATENING MENTAL INESS ARE UNABLE TO EVALUATE RISK. IT JEOPARDIZES AND CONSTITUTES A MENACE TO THE HEALTH, SAFETY, AND WELFARE OF MY COMMUNITY THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. ALEXANDER M. DEGOOD, THE APPLICANT REPRESENTATIVE, YOU HAVE TWO MINUTES >>SPEAKER: YES, THANK YOU, GOOD MORNING SUPERVISORS, ALEX DEGOOD WITH THE FIRM COX, CATHAL, AND NICKELSON. THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN PENDING FOR A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF TIME, IT HAVE BEEN REVIEWED BY STAFF, STAFF HAS ALWAYS SUPPORTED THIS, AND THE RP.C. SUPPORTED THIS PROJECT AND HAD NO TROUBLE MAKING THE FINDINGS, I WANT TO FOCUS YOU ON WHAT THE PROJECT IS, THE TERM EXPANSION IS USED, THAT A MISNOMER, THIS IS AN EXISTING SINGLE FAMILY HOME THAT TREATS SIX ADOLESCENTS WITH SIGNIFICANT EATING DISORDERSX AND ALL THE ARE REQUESTING IS TO ADD TWO ADDITIONAL MINORS TO THAT FACILITY. THERE IS NO PHYSICAL EXPANSION, IT CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITHIN THE EXISTING HOME, AND THERE IS A PARKING AREA NEXT TO THE EXISTING HOME, THAT HAS MORE WORKING THAN IS REQUIRED UNDER COUNTY CODE, ALL STAFF PARK ON SITE, AND WHENEVER THERE ARE FAMILY VISITS, THEY ARE SCHEDULED. THEY OCCUR ONLY ON ONE DAY A WEEK, AND AGAIN, THE FAMILY PARKS ON SITE, THOSE ARE NOT JUST VISITS, THOSE ARE PART OF THE CLINICAL PROCESS FOR THE FACILITY RESIDENTS AND THERE IS NOTHING ELSE TO THIS PROJECT. IT IS SEEKING TO ADD TWO RESIDENTS TO THE EXISTING HOME AND THE PERMISSION FOR TWO ADDITIONAL STAFF WHO WOULD OCCASIONALLY BE ON SITE, IF NOT ON SITE FULL TIME. AND THE OTHER ISSUES RAISED HAVE LONG BEEN DEALT WITH, THE FACILITY HAS BEEN REPEATEDLY INSPECTED BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT, MULTIPLE FIRE DEPARTMENTS, SENIOR LEADERSHIP, HAVE OFFICIALLY STATED THE FACILITY IS EXCELLENT, WITH EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLANS IN PLACE AND PROVIDES AND CREATES NEW DANGER TO THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITY OR PROVISION OF FIRE SERVICES. AND THE PROJECT INVOLVES NO PHYSICAL CONSTRUCTION, NO SEWUISSUES PRESENT, IT IS EXEMPT FROM SEQUA, WE URGE YOU TO DENY THE APPEAL AND UP HELD THE WELL THOUGHT OUT PLAN IN THE FUTURE THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU WE WILL NOW TAKE PUBLIC COMMENTS ON THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS, 81-89. MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE READ THE CALL-IN INFORMATION THAT WAS ALSO PROVIDED ON THE AGENDA AND EXPLAIN THE SPEAKING RULES TO THOSE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WHO ARE CALLING IN TO ADDRESS THE BOARD >>SPEAKER: HONORABLE CHAIR, THE APPELLANT WOULD GET ONE MINUTE FOR REBUTTAL >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: I’M SORRY, THANK YOU COUNTY COUNSEL DOES THE APPELLANT WANT A MINUTE FOR REBUTTAL? DEBBIE? >>SPEAKER: YES, THE SEQUA DETERMINATION, STATES THE PROJECT DUS R DOES NOT HAVE A CUMULATIVE PROJECT, THERE IS NOT A SERIES IN THE SAME PLACE THERE ARE TWO SIMILAR PROJECTS IN THE SAME PLACE, THEY ARE OWNED BY THE SAME COMPANY. AND I AM NOT SURE THAT THE PEOPLE TRYING TO CALL IN FOR PUBLIC HEARING HAVE BEEN GIVEN THE RIGHT INSTRUCTIONS, SO IF YOU CAN PLEASE REPEAT THOSE, THAT WOULD BE HELPFUL >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU DEBBIE, I AM SORRY FOR NOT CALLING ON YOU SOONER. NOW WE WILL TAKE PUBLIC COMMENTS PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION FOR THOSE CALLING IN TO ADDRESS THE BOARD >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR, AS INDICATED ON THE AGENDA, IF YOU WISH TO OFFER PUBLIC COMMENT SHOULD CALL

844-766-5651 AND USE PARTICIPANT CODE NUMBER 9676434. TO REPEAT, PLEASE CALL 844-767-5651 AND USE PARTICIPANT CODE NUMBER 9676434 DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER IF YOU ONLY WANT TO LISTEN TO THE MEETING. TO LISTEN ONLY, PLEASE CALL 877-873-8017 AND FOLLOW THE INSTR INSTRUCTIONS. TO MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC CALLING IN, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING YOU WISH TO SPEAK ON EACH PERSON WILL HAVE ONE MINUTE, WE WILL ALLOCATE UP TO 60 MINUTES. IF THERE ARE NO SPEAKERS WAITING BEFORE THE 60 MINUTES HAVE ELAPSED, WE WILL CLOSE PUBLIC COMMENT. WE WILL ACCEPT ALL WRITTEN COMMENTS THAT COME IN DURING THE MEETING WHEN SPEAKING, YOU MUST STAY ON TOPIC . IF YOU ARE NOT SPEAKING ON TOPIC, YOU WILL GET A WARNING. IF YOU DO NOT IMMEDIATELY GET ON TOPIC, YOU WILL FORFEIT THE REST OF THE TIME AND THE CHAIR WILL MOVE TO THE NEXT SPEAKER. IF YOU ARE ALSO LISTENING YOU ARE ALSO LISTENING TO THE BOARD MEETING ON A COMPUTER OR SPEAKERPHONE, YOU WILL NEED TO TURN DOWN THE VOLUME OF THOSE DEVICES AS SOON AS THE MODERATOR CALLS ON YOU. IF YOU DO NOT TURN THE VOLUME DOWN, THERE WILL BE AN ECHO MAY WE HAVE THE FIRST SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, PLEASE PRESS 1 THEN 0 AT THIS TIME. DO NOT PRESS 1 THEN 0 A SECOND TIME, OR YOU WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE QUEUE OUR FIRST PARTICIPANT IS EUNESSES HERNANDEZ, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN CYNTHIA — [ MULTIPLE PEOPLE TALKING ] YOU MAY BEGIN >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, IS THERE AN ISSUE? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THERE ARE SEVERAL PEOPLE THAT MAY HAVE CALLED THE WRONG NUMBER. SO WE ARE — [AUDIO INTERFERENCE] >>SPEAKER: HELLO? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: GO AHEAD AND SPEAK >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: NEXT SPEAKER, PLEASE MAY WE PLEASE HAVE THE NEXT SPEAKER >>MODERATOR: [AUDIO INTERFERENCE] PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: YES, PLEASE GO AHEAD. YES >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: WE ARE GOING TO TAKE A ONE-MINUTE RECESS TO CORRECT THE TELEPHONE THING SO PLEASE STAND BY >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SO WITH THAT, WOULD YOU PLEASE CALL

THE FIRST SPEAKER >>MODERATOR: PATTY LAWRENCE, ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY. YOU MAY BEGIN >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: WE WILL GO ON TO THE NEXT SPEAKER >>MODERATOR: ALLISON HENRY, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS THAT YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MR MODERATOR, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: GREG BONET, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS THAT YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, I KNOW EVERYONE IS FRUSTRATED WITH THE PUBLIC SPEAKERS, DO WE KNOW WHAT THE ISSUE IS? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THE ISSUE IS THEY ARE GETTING CALLERS, THEY CANNOT HEAR US SO WE PROBABLY NEED TO GO INTO CLOSED SESSION AND RETURN BACK AND GO TO ONE HOUR OF PUBLIC COMMENT >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: OKAY, SO WHAT WE WILL DO IS WE ARE GOING TO ADJOURN INTO CLOSED SESSION, SO WE CAN FIX THE COMMUNICATIONS SO THAT THE PEOPLE THAT CAN SPEAK ON THE PUBLIC HEARING COMMENTS, OR PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS 81-89. SO WITH THAT, WE WILL GO INTO CLOSED SESSION, IT SHOULD TAKE BETWEEN 45 MINUTES TO AN HOUR SO WITH THAT, MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE READ US INTO CLOSED SESSION >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR IN ACCORDANCE WITH BROWN ACT REQUIREMENTS, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WILL CONVENE IN CLOSED SESSION TO DISCUSS CS-1, CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION; CS-2, DEPARTMENT HEAD PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS; CS-3, CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS, AS INDICATED ON THE POSTED AGENDA AND ITEM CS-4, CONFERENCE LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING ANTICIPATED LITIGATION, AS ADDED IN THE URGENCY MOTION >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: IT IS 11:14, WE SHOULD BE BACK IN OPEN SESSION BY 12:14, THANK YOU [MEETING ADJOURNS TO CLOSED SESSION] #

>> TEST TEST TEST, THIS IS A

TEST FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

TEST TEST TEST

ARE NOW GOING TO RECONVENE IN

OPEN SESSION, MADAM EXECUTIVE

OFFICER WOULD YOU PLEASE TAKE

ROLL

>> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YES MADAM

CHAIR. SUPERVISOR SOLIS?

SUPERVISOR SOLIS? SUPERVISOR

RIDLEY-THOMAS? SUPERVISOR

RIDLEY-THOMAS? SUPERVISOR KUEHL?

>>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR:

I’M HERE, THANK YOU

>> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.:

SUPERVISOR HAHN?

>>SUP. JANICE HAHN: I’M HERE

>> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.:

SUPERVISOR SOLIS?

>>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? WE DO HAVE A QUORUM SO MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE READ THE REPORT OF ACTION >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THE FOLLOWING IS A REPORT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION ON AUGUST 4TH, 2020 ITEM CS1, NO REPORTABLE ACTION WAS TAKEN, ITEM CS-2, NO REPORTABLE ACTION WAS TAKEN, CC3 NO REPORTA, C IS 4, THE COUNTY INITIATED LITIGATION, COMMENCED DISCLOSED TO ANY PERSON UPON ENTRY, ONE CASE, THE BOARD WAS UNANIMOUS WITH ALL SUPERVISORS PRESENT, THE OTHER CASE, THE VOTE WAS SPLIT 3-2, KUEHL, RIDLEY-THOMAS AND SOLIS AYE, AND SUPERVISOR HAHN AND BARGER VOTING NO BEFORE WE GO ON, MADAM CHAIR WE EXPERIENCED A TELEPHONIC

TELECONFERENCING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY, THE PUBLIC COMMENT LINE IS RESTORED, PUBLIC SPEAKERS THAT SIGNED UP TO SPEAK CAN BE HEARD OVER THE PHONE LINE. PLEASE BE READY TO GIVE YOU TESTIMONY AND WE APOLOGIZE FOR YOUR PATIENCE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: WE WILL HEAR PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE HEARING ITEMS, PLEASE EXPLAIN THE SPEAKING RULES TO THOSE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC THAT ARE CALLING IN TO ADDRESS THE BOARD >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WISHING TO OFFER PUBLIC COMMENT ON 81-89 SHOULD CALL 844-767-5651 AND USE PARTICIPANT CODE NUMBER 967-6434 TO REPEAT, PLEASE CALL 844-767-5651 AND USE PARTICIPANT CODE NUMBER 9676434. DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER IF YOU WANT TO LISTEN TO THE MEETING. LISTEN ONLY, 877-873, 8017 AND LISTEN TO THE INSTRUCTION WHEN IT IS YOUR TIME TO SPEAK, STATE YOUR NAME AND WHICH PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS YOU WISH TO SPEAK ON EACH PERSON WILL HAVE ONE MINUTE FOR ALL PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS, WE WILL ALLOCATE UP TO 60 MINUTES FOR PUBLIC COMMENT. WE WILL CONTINUE TO ACCEPT ALL WRITTEN COMMENTS THAT COME IN DURING THE MEETING, WHICH WILL BECOME PART OF THE RECORD. YOU MUST BE ON TOPIC. OUR GOAL IS TO GET THROUGH AS MANY SPEAKERS AS WE CAN. IF YOU ARE NOT SPEAKING ON TOPIC, IF WE CANNOT TELL IF YOU YOU ARE SPEAKING ON A PUBLIC HEARING ITEM, YOU WILL GET ONE WARNING FROM COUNTY COUNSEL OR THE CHAIR IF YOU DO NOT IMMEDIATELY OR CLEARLY GET ON TOPIC, OR IF YOU STRAY OFF TOPIC, YOU WILL FORFEIT THE REST OF YOUR TIME AND THE CHAIR WILL MOVE TO THE NEXT SPEAKER. PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU ARE ALSO LISTENING TO THE BOARD MEETING ON A COMPUTER OR SPEAKERPHONE, YOU WILL NEED TO TURN DOWN THE VOLUME OF THOSE DEVICES AS SOON AS THE MODERATOR CALLS ON YOU. IF YOU DO NOT TURN THE VOLUME DOWN, THERE WILL BE AN ECHO MR. MODERATOR, MAY WE HAVE OUR FIRST SPEAKER, PLEASE >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: MADAM CHAIR, I WANTED TO SAY I AM PRESENT, SOLIS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU >>MODERATOR: AS A REMINDER, TO ADDRESS THE BOARD, IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE SO, PRESS 1 THEN 0 AT THIS TIME. DO NOT PRESS IT A SECOND TIME, OR YOU WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE QUEUE LAWRENCE GARBEAN, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU VERY MUCH LAWRENCE GARIBEAN, WITH THE DEL AMO ACTION COMMITTEE, SPEAKING ON 88. I HAVE THE GREATEST RESPECT FOR THE L.A. COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. PLEASE REQUIRE ADDITIONAL MORE COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH IMPACTS ON A WAREHOUSE ON NORMANDY AND TORRANCE, OFTEN PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITIES FEEL MARGINALIZED, THE NEAR COMMUNITY RESIDENTS WILL BE MOST IMPACTED BY THIS WAREHOUSE WE WILL HAVE THREE WAREHOUSES IN ONE QUART WITH ER MILE IF THE PROBLEM IS APPROVED, IT IS DIMINISHED, AND AS THE CUMULATIVE IMPACT ON A DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITY. 4 PERCENT OF CALIFORNIA’S COMMUNITIES FOUND MORE POLLUTION THAN OURS. WHY PUT THIS NIGHTMARE IN OUR COMMUNITY? THE PURCHASER’S AGREEMENT, THIS WAS WRONG. THEY DID NOT FOLLOW THE LAW AND REGULATIONS, THE SOIL IS CONTAMINATED ACROSS THE PROPERTY AND THE COMPANY PLANS TO DIG AND EXCAVADE 3 TO 17 FEET OF THE SOIL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED. NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: ROGER PUVIA, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: AGENDA ITEM 89 MY NAME IS ROGER PULLAYES, I’M THE VICE PRESIDENT AND REPRESENTATIVE OF THE HOME OWNER’S FEDERATION, WE STRONGLY SUPPORT THE APPEAL AND URGE YOU TO DENY THE CUP AND THE DISCRETIONARY EXPANSION OF THIS GROUP HOME THIS IS A PRECEDENT-SETTING INTENSIFICATION OF USE THAT ALLOWS NEGE CUMULATIVE IMPACT ACROSS THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS, IN THE MIDDLE OF WHAT THE COUNTY DEEMS TO BE A PRECIOUS RESOURCE THAT WARRANTS PROTECTION, NATIONAL PARK LANDS, NORTH AREA PLAN, AND THE S.S.E THERE IS NO BENEFIT WHATSOEVER TO THE PUBLIC, TO THE COUNTY, TO ANY OF THE COMMUNITY, TO THE WILDLIFE, JUST ALL THE RISK AND ALL THE IMPACTS TO THE ADD-ON DEVELOPMENT. THIS IS A PERFECT

EXAMPLE OF WHAT ONE SIZE SHOE FITS ALL STATE INFLICTED ENTITLEMENTS DO NOT WORK >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: ALLISON HENRY, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU, SPEAKING ON ITEM 87, GOOD AFTERNOON, MY NAME IS ALLISON HENRY, I’M A RESIDENT OF DISTRICT 5, SUPERVISOR BARGER’S DISTRICT, MEMBER OF THE HEALTHY L.A CODITION. AND I COME TO URGE THE BOARD TO ENACT THE ORDINANCE SO IT APPLIES TO ALL GEOGRAPHIC AREAS OF L.A. COUNTY WITHOUT EXCEPTION, COSTS ARE HIGH, HIGHER THAN WAGES, EAST L.A., SOUTH L.A., AND ANTELOPE VALLEY RENTS HAVE INCREASED AND PEOPLE STRUGGLE TO FIND HOUSING PLEASE INCREASE THE HOUSING, THE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSIONER AND THE R.P.C. HEARING THEY WANTED TO SEE MANDATORY INCLUSION AND HOUSING REQUIREMENTS THAT DO NOT WANT TO HOLD UP THE ORDINANCE GANG TO THE BOARD. I WANT TO REMIND YOU THAT 50 PERCENT OF L.A. COUNTY RENTERS MAKE LESS THAN 50 PERCENT A.M.I. AND THIS ORDINANCE SHOULD APPLY TO ALL UNINCORPORATED COUNTY, THIS IS A COUNTY-WIDE NEED. I WANT TO ADDRESS THE AFFORDABILITY, WE NEED TO GET RID OF THE 80 PERCENT >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: JAN COLANI, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU VERY MUCH, GOOD AFTERNOON, FELLOW SUPERVISORS. I WANT TO START BY SAYING THAT I LIVE NEXT DOOR TO THIS PROJECT, ON TORRANCE BOULEVARD, WITH 100 FEET OF OUR HOME BORDERING BRIDGE PROPERTY AT THIS POINT, ALL I CAN DO IS TO BEG YOU TO RECONSIDER THE INFORMATION THAT YOU HAVE BEEN GIVEN, REGARDING THE POLLUTION, THE NOISE, TRAFFIC, AND HEALTH ISSUES THAT AFFECT OUR FAMILIES MANY, LIKE US, HAVE LIVED HERE 30, 40, AND 50 YEARS AND HAVE FOUGHT THIS ENTIRE TIME FOR CLEAN AIR, SOIL, AND WATER THEY ARE OVERWHELMED WITH WITH THE LARGE WARE HOUSES AND THE SUFFERING IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD, BUILDING AN EXTREMELY LARGE, PROFITABLE, LARGE DEVELOPER, THEY BUILD QUICKLY AND ARE GONE TO THE NEXT PROJECT. I ASK YOU TO REVIEW THE DOCUMENTS GIVEN ABOUT OUR AREA. WE WORK HERE, LIVE HERE, AND WE VOTE. WE HUT OUR HOPES AND OUR TRUST AND OUR REPRESENTATIVES TO DO THE RIGHT THING FOR OUR COMMUNITY >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: CYNTHIA BAVICH, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: 88, THANK YOU SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS FOR BRINGING THIS PROJECT UP BEFORE THE FULL BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HOW CAN WE ACHIEVE ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE WHEN THE PROCESS IS BIASED TOWARDS DEVELOPERS, THE CONTINUATION OF INCOMPATIBLE LAND USAGE INSTEAD OF REZONING IS BUSINESS AS USUAL, IT WILL INCREASE — THE ONLY AREAS THAT CAN BE REMEDIATED TO MAKE THE COMMUNITY HEALTHIER. IT IS LOCATED IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA AND PROVIDES IN A FLEX ZONE FOR MIXED USES THAT ARE COMPATIBLE WITH RESIDENTIAL USES, THIS PROJECT IS NOT. IT CONTINUES THE ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM THAT HAS PLAGUED OUR COMMUNITY FOR DECADES, WE HIRED EXPERTS TO REVIEW THE ISMD AND ARTICULATE THE FINDINGS IN A REPORT THAT WE SUBMITTED TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND STATED THEY RECEIVED REPORTS, AND DID NOT HAVE TIME TO REVIEW THEM, AND DEFERRED THE CONCLUSIONS. HOW CAN WE ACHIEVE ENVIRONMENTAL — THE COMMUNITY DOES CHANGE THE DECISIONS MADE BY ELECTED LEADERS ON THEIR BEHALF, IT IS BUSINESS AS USUAL. RACISM IS NOT SOMETHING THAT CAN BE MITIGATED, I DON’T THINK YOU DO EITHER. THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: DON GARSTAY, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY >>SPEAKER: GOOD AFTERNOON, SUPE SUPERVISORS. I AM A 35 YEAR OLD HOME OWNER SPEAKING IN OPPOSITION TO 88, THANK YOU TO SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS FOR BRINGING THIS PROJECT BEFORE THE BOARD. 30 YEARS AGO WE WORKED WITH OUR SUPERVISOR OF THE SECOND DISTRICT, KENNETH HAHN AND HE RECOGNIZED THE INCOMPATIBLE LAND USE IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD, IT WAS NOT A GOOD PLAN. HE GAVE THE HOME OWNERS A PROMISE THAT ANY FUTURE OR SUCH LAND USE REQUIRES A CONDITIONAL PERMIT AND HOME OWNERS FELT THAT QUALITY OF LIFE WOULD BE PROTECTED IN THE PROCESS. NO ACTIVITY ON THE PROPERTIES OUTSIDE OF NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS WOULD BE PERMITTED. THIS HAS REMAINED TRUE FOR THREE DECADES AND ONLY ONE INDUSTRIAL LAND USE

REMAINS IN OPERATION TODAY, THE C.O.P. IS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 7-6. I ASK YOU TO HONOR SUPERVISOR HAHN’S PROMISE TO PROTECT QUALITY OF LIFE FOR LONG TERM RESIDENTS HERE, THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: PAMELA OCSON, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD AFTERNOON, SUPERVISORS, I AM SPEAKING ON BEHALF OF 87, I AM PAMELA, I SPEAK ON BEHALF OF THE EAST SIDE LEADS AND HEALTHY L.A. CODITION TO STRENGTHEN THE AFFORDABILITY REQUIREMENTS IN THE HOUSING ORDINANCE AND TO PASS IT BY APPLYING IT TO ALL 5 DISTRICTS WITHOUT DELAY. ON JULY 24TH, MY COALITION SUBMITTED A LETTER TO YOUR OFFICES, ARTICULATING AMENDMENTS TO THE ORDINANCE. IT IS A SHAME THAT SOLUTIONS CRAFTED ALONGSIDE RESIDENT INPUT ARE NOT REFLECTED UNTIL THE DRAFT BEFORE YOU I WORKED ALONGSIDE RESIDENTS COMMITTED TO MAKING THE NEIGHBORHOODS AND COUNTY A BETTER PLACE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS, WHY THE TOP PRIORITY IS SEEING THE POLICY PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY TO RENT OR BUY HOUSING AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE. IT IS IMPORTANT TO DEFINE WHAT AFFORDABILITY IS IN THIS POLICY AND TO CONSIDER THE INCOME REALITY OF THE MAJORITY OF YOUR CONSTITUENTS, WHO EARN LESS THAN 50 PERCENT A.A.M.I WE NEED THE ORDINANCE TO TARGET >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY. YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU. THIS IS AGENDA ITEM 89 MY NAME IS BRIAN RUNI, I’M A HISTORIAN FROM MALIBU LAKE, I HAVE A FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE WITH WILD FIRE, WHEN WOOLSEY STRUCK, I WAS EVACUATED WHILE MY GROUP HOME WAS ON FIRE. SMOKE WAS STINGING MY EYES, GETTING INTO MY LUNGS, JUMPED INTO MY CAR, ALMOST LOST EVERYTHING I OWNED, A LIFETIME OF MEMENTOS AND POSSESSIONS ARE GONE. I WAS HOMELESS FOR 5 MONTHS, JUMPING FROM A COUCH TO ANOTHER ANOTHER FIRE WAS BURNING AND PUSHING THE SMOKE AT ME. I UNEXPECTEDLY STARTED YELLING, DEMANDING KNOWING WHERE THE FIRE WAS TO FLEE TO SAFETY. THE REACTION SURPRISED ME, A PSYCHOLOGIST SAID IT SOUNDS LIKE PT.T P.T.S.D.. I AM A POSED TO THE CLEMENTINE EXPANSION BECAUSE OF MY CONCERNS FOR THE SAFETY OF ITS PATIENT AND MY NEIGHBORS AND THE IMPACT THAT PT.T.S.D. WILL HAVE ON THESE PSYCHOLOGICALLY UNSTABLE GIRLS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: SHANNON GEM, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: NUMBER 89, 100 COMMUNITY MEMBERS SIGNING A PETITION AGAINST THE EXPANSION MAY SEEM RIDICULOUS, BUT IT IS NOT IN A HIGH FIRE ZONE, IT IS NOT RIDICULOUS TO THOSE THAT EXPERIENCED THE HORROR OF NOT KNOWING WHERE YOUR FRIEND WAS, WHILE WATCHING THEIR HOME GET INCINERATED ON KTLA. OUR FRIENDS WERE TOLD THAT THIS BODY ORDERED THAT CITIZENS MUST TAKE PARTIAL RESPONSIBILITY SO HERE WE ARE EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED THE MEETING WAS TOLD THAT MEDICAL FACILITIES WILL RECEIVE PRIORITY SERVICE IN DISASTERS THE WOOLSEY FIRE WAS COMPARATIVELY SLOW-MOVING AND THERE WAS LOSS OF LIFE AND INJURIES IN OUR COMMUNITY. IT IS NOT JUST TWO BADS, IT IS PRECEDENCE SITTING AND DISCRETIONARY, LIFE AND DEATH FOR MY NEIGHBORS, YOU ARE IN CONTROL OF THE EVACUATION LIVES DEPEND ON THIS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: GREG BONET, ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU, SPEAKING TO ITEM 87. PUBLIC COUNSEL SUPPORTS THE IMMEDIATE ADOPTION OF AN INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE AND APPLYING THAT ORDINANCE TO ALL UNINCORPORATED NEIGHBORHOODS THIS IS ONE OF THE MANY POLICIES WE NEED TO GUIDE OUR COUNTY. WE URGE THE BOARD TO ADOPT. SPECIFICALLY THE AFFORDABILITY REQUIREMENTS SHOULD BE DEEPER, UP CONVERSATIONS WITH COMMUNITY MEMBERS ARE MAKING SURE IT IS THE GREATEST FOR 50 BELOW AND THE RENTAL AT THE 80 PERCENT AMI SHOULD BE REMOVED AND 150 PERCENT AMI SHOULD BE REDUCED TO 120 PERCENT AMI OR LOWER. 150 PERCENT AMI IS NOT AN AFFORDABLE HOUSING CATEGORY AND IT SETS A

HARMFUL PRECEDENT FOR THE REGION. THERE ARE MORE RESTRICTIONS FOR DEVELOPERS MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS THROUGH OFF SITE UNITS, IF THEY ARE PUTTING UNITS OFF SITE, THE NUMBER OF UNITS SHOULD BE HIGHER, A 2 TO 1 RATIO, AND DEVELOPERS SHOULD NOT DISPLACE TENANTS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>SPEAKER: JOAN LEAN, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: JOAN LEAN, ITEM 87, I AM SPEAKING TODAY AS MY ROLE AS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, BOTH THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF NON PROFIT HOUSING, KNOWN AS SC S.C.A.N.S. SERVED AS A COLLECTIVE VOICE FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WITH MORE THAN 1500 MEMBERS. WE ARE PLEASED THE COUNTY IS CONSIDERING AN INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE, WE URGE THE OPDOPTION WITH A FEW AMENDMENTS AS OUTLINED IN THE LETTER TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ONE AMENDMENT IS TO DEEPEN THE AFFORDABILITY LEVELS OF RENTAL AND OWNERSHIP UNITS, SPECIFICALLY THE BOARD SHOULD REMOVE THE OPTION TO TARGET RENTAL UNITS TO THOSE EARNING 80 PERCENT OF A.M.I. AND THE BOARD SHOULD DROP THE INCOME TARGETING FOR OWNERSHIP UNITS FROM 150 PERCENT TO 20 PERCENT OF A.A.M THIS IS SUPPORTED BY MARGT CONDITIONS AND IT IS NECESSARY TO MEET THE COUNTY’S AFFORDABLE RE.E.N.A. REGIONAL HOUSING NEED ASSESSMENT TARGET NUMBERS THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: SUZANNE BROWN, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY. YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD AFTERNOON, SUZANNE BROWN, I AM SPEAKING ON AGENDA ITEM 87. I AM A SENIOR ATTORNEY WITH THE LEGAL AID FOUNDATION OF LOS ANGELES. WE ARE PLEASED THAT THE COUNTY IS CONSIDERING AN INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE AND WE ENCOURAGE THE ADOPTION WITH A FEW AMENDMENTS FIRST WE URGE THE BOARD TO TARGET AFFORDABILITY, THE OPTION TO PROVIDE RENTALS AT 80 PERCENT INCOME SHOULD BE ELIMINATED, AND THEY SHOULD NOT BE TARGETED ABOVE 120 PERCENT OF AMI TARGETING IT AT 150 PERCENT OF AMI SETS A TERRIBLE PRECEDENT, THIS IS NOT AN AFFORDABLE HOUSING AREA CATEGORY RECOGNIZED BY HUD OR HCD, IT DOES NOT ALIGN WITH PARTNERS IN THE REGION, THE COUNTY IS PAVING THE WAY ON HOUSING JUSTICE DURING THESE CHALLENGING TIMES, THIS INCOME TARGETING DOES NOT ALIGN WITH YOUR FOCUS ON HELPING THOSE MOST IN NEED. SECOND, WE URGE THE BOARD TO REQUIRE THAT OFF SITE UNITS BE REQUIRED AT A RATIO OF 2 TO 1. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION OF OUR COMMENTS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: ARENTA SMITH, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: HI, MY NAME IS ARENTA SMITH, ADDRESSING ITEM 88 AND I WANT TO THANK THE HONORABLE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS I AM A RESIDENT OF TORRANCE, AND I AM SPEAKING ON BEHALF OF THE SOUTHWEST REGIONAL COUNSEL OF CARPENTERS OUR UNION IS REPRESENTED BY 50,000 CARPENTERS IN SIX STATES, WE ARE COMMITTED TO ADVOCATING FOR RIGHTS OF WORK, THEIR FAMILIES, AND THEIR COMMUNITIES AND WE ARE PROUD OF THE STRONG PRESENCE IN LOS ANGELES AREA THE BRAVE SOUTH BAY PROJECT IS UNDER GOING A RIGOROUS PUBLIC REVIEW OF THE PROCESS DATING BACK TO 2018. THE RESULTS OF THE JOB PROBLEM THAT WILL SERVE AND BOOM THE LOCAL ECONOMY DESIGNED TO PROJECT NEIGHBORS FROM NOISE AND IMPACT THE PROJECT LIMITS — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED. NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: CALEB CROWDER, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I WILL YIELD MY TIME THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: DIANA CORONADO, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD AFTERNOON SUPERVISORS, MY NAME IS DIANA COR ONODO AND I AM HERE WITH THE BUILDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION, FOCUSES ON BUILDING HOUSING FOR ALL. WE ARE IN OPPOSITIO TO THE ORDINANCE AND INSTEAD ASK THAT YOU REEVALUATE THE ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY STUDY AFTER THE FOURTH QUARTER OF THIS YEAR, PREPARED BEFORE THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 AND THE ECONOMY HAS CHANGED DRASTICALLY, THE ASSUMPTIONS THAT IT PUTS IN THE INFORMED STUDY NO LONGER EXIST, OTHER PROVISIONS OF THE ORDINANCE CONSIDER THE COST

INCREASES REDUCING IN LESS HOUSING, IF THE NEIGHBORING JUST DICTIONS DO NOT INCLUSIONARY HOUSING, THE AFLICKABILITY THRESHOLDS OF THE ORDINANCE — THEY SHOULD BE INCREASED. AND ALSO, THE CONCESSIONS OFFERED DO NOT APPLY IN THE SAME WAY FOR HOUSING WHEN COMPARED TO RENTAL, AND OTHER STATES HAVE DONE, IT SHOULD BE EXEMPTED. IF PASSED THE ORDINANCE SHOULD BE FACING OVER YEARS, IT WILL DISRUPT CURRENT HOUSING PRONLZ, WE ARE WORRIED ABOUT THE HIGH EQUITY SHARE WHEN THE COUNTY HAS NO CAPITAL IN THE PROJECT, IT IS VITAL FOR THE PROSPERITY OF THE COUNTY. WE ASK THAT THE ITEM NOT MOVE FORWARD AS PRESENTED, THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: ERIC PREVEN, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU THIS IS ERIC PREVEN FROM STUDIO CITY, AND I AM GOING TO TRY TO COMMENT ON ALL OF THE ITEMS, BUT IT IS GOING TO BE VERY DIFFICULT IN JUST 60 SECONDS. I WOULD SAY IN TERMS OF AN INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE, I THINK IT IS APPROVABLE WITH SOME AMENDMENTS ONE AMENDMENT WOULD BE TO CONSIDER NOT GOING INTO CLOSED SESSION SO FREQUENTLY, AND TO PROVIDE ACTUALLY MEANINGFUL TIME FOR PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS, AND IT WOULD BE GOOD FOR COUNSEL TO INVESTIGATE WHAT IS A FAIR PUBLIC HEARING. IN FACT, THIS IS NOT. IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN ORDINARY PERSON OF ORDINARY FIRMNESS CAN TOLERATE, TO SIT IN A VACUUM FOR HOURS, WHILE YOU TALK ABOUT THREE LEGAL CASES THAT YOU HAVE NOT DISCLOSED THE CONTENT. WE ARE EXTREMELY INTERESTED IN WHAT CASE RESULTED IN A 3-2 VOTE, WHICH JANICE HAHN AND KATHRYN BARGER HAVE VOTED NO TO EXECUTE A LAWSUIT AGAINST SOMEONE. WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHO, IS IT THE SHERIFF, A RESIDENT, PEOPLE, WE JUST — THE PUBLIC DOES THINK THEY ARE ENTITLED TO RESPONSES TO THESE QUESTIONS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED. NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: JONATHAN YAGER, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY >>SPEAKER: THIS IS JONATHAN YAGER WITH LEGAL AID, I AM SPEAKING ON THE INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE, THANK YOU FOR BRINGING THIS TO STRENGTHEN COMMUNITIES AND INTEGRATE NEIGHBORHOODS AND URGE IMMEDIATE OUGHT DOPTION. WITH COVID-19 RAVAGING BLACK AND BROWN COMMUNITIES, IT IS IMPERATIVE WE HAVE THE STRONGEST POLICY TO MITIGATE THE IMPACTS OF THE 300,000 PLUS EVECTIONS AND 100,000 PLUS HOMELESS FAMILIES AND SPECULATE THE DISASTER CAPITALISM THAT WILL FOLLOW THIS IS WHY COMPLIANCE SHOULD BE REQUIRED AT A 2 TO 1 RATIO TO PROMOTE ON SITE COMPLIANCE AND INTEGRATE NEIGHBORHOODS. IN THE EVENT THAT ON SITE IS NOT FEASIBLE, THIS WILL CREATE ADDITIONAL AFFORDABLE HOUSING, THAT THE UPCOMING ARENA HAS BEEN SHARED SHOWS THE COUNTY IS LACKING AND SECOND, SUBSTANTIAL RENOVATION AS DEFINED IN THE LETER TO THE BOARD SHOULD BE A TRIGGER TO THE REQUIREMENT. WE HAVE SEEN DEVELOPERS IN THE PAS USE THIS LOOP HOLE — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED. NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: 1XDS >>SPEAKER: I AM SPEAKING ON ITEM 88, I’M IN STRONG SUPPORT OF THIS PROJECT AS A CONSTRUCTION WORKER, AND MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL UNION OF NORTH AMERICA WE HAVE MANY IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. WE LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING ON THIS PROJECT, BRINGING — THIS PANDEMIC HAS DEVASTATED THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE, MILLIONS OF PEOPLE, WHO ARE OUT OF WORK. IT IS A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO GET THE ECONOMIC ENGINE GOING AGAIN. I HOPE YOU APPROVE THE PROJECT. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. HAVE A GREAT DAY >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU NEXT SPEAKER TODAY >>SPEAKER: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY >>SPEAKER: 89, THANK YOU TO THE SUPERVISORS FOR GIVING ME YOUR TIME TODAY. I ASK WE ALLOW THE TWO BED ADDITION, I AM A RESIDENT OF THE THIRD DISTRICT ADDING THE TWO BEDS WOULD HAVE A POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE VULNERABLE POPULATION WE SERVE AND NO MEASURABLE IMPACT ON THE

AREA. WE WERE HERE THROUGH THE TRAGEDY THAT WAS THE WOOLSEY FIRE IN NOVEMBER OF 2018, AND BECAUSE OF THE CARE FOR THE COMMUNITY, WE WERE EVACUATED A FULL DAY BEFORE MOST REDANTS LEFT WE ARE MINDFUL OF KEEPING OUR PROFIT PROPERTY AND OF THE EXPECTATIONS OF THE AREA. THERE ARE SOME THAT SAY WE DO NOT BELONG IN THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS, I GREW UP HERE, AND WHAT WE DO HERE IS DESPERATELY NEEDED IN THIS AREA. IT IS OUR GOAL TO CONTINUE TO BUILD TRUST WITH THE COMMUNITY. SOME OF THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE SAT IN OPPOSITION HAVE MET WITH ME HERE, HAVE COME TO TOUR THE FACILITY >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: JASON VALLES, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I AM ADDRESSING ITEM NUMBER 88. MY NAME IS JAESEN BALES AND I AM A MEMBER OF LABOR INTERNATIONAL UNION OF NORTH AMERICA, AND I AM IN STRONG SUPPORT OF THE THE SOUTH BAY TWO PROJECT, ITEM 88. IT IS IMPERATIVE THE PROJECT PASS, MANY PEOPLE AT THIS TIME ARE STRUGGING TO FIND JOBS DURING THIS EPIDEMIC, ESPECIALLY YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ENCOUNTER EMPLOYERS THAT DEMAND JOB EXPERIENCE. A PROJECT LIKE THIS IS WHAT GAVE ME AND MANY, MANY OTHERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO GO INTO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM OUR UNION PROVIDES THAT GIVES A CAREER IN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION AS IT WILL OPEN DOORS FOR MANY YOUNG PEOPLE WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY AND OTHER INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE HURTING FOR WORK, THAT THIS WILL BE ABLE TO PROVIDE FOR THEIR FAMILIES AND LOCAL BUSINESSES. THERE IS NO WAY WE CAN EVEN THINK ABOUT LETTING THIS PROJECT NOT GO PAST, BECAUSE WE NEED THIS SO VERY DESPERATELY IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT THIS PROJECT PASSES, I HOPE YOU WILL PLEASE CONSIDER ALL THE GOOD THAT IT WILL DO, AND ALL THE BENEFITS IT WILL BRING TO OUR COMMUNITY AND LOCAL BUSINESSES, WHO ARE HURTING AT THIS TIME AND ALL THE OPPORTUNITIES IT WILL BRING TO YOUNG PEOPLE THAT WANT TO START A CAREER IN CONSTRUCTION, AND THIS — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: LAURA LEISURE, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>LAURA: THIS IS LAURALAI, IN SUPPORT OF 89. CLEMENTINE MOVED INTO OUR INTO WITH THE DESIGNATION GROUP HOME. THE C.U.P. IS FOR THE EXPANSION OF THIS ADOLESCENT GROUP HOME, AND CLEMENTINE IS NOT A GROUP HOME THEY ARE A STATE LICENSED MEDICAL FACILITY RESPONSIBLE FOR ADOLESCENT GIRLS WITH SEVERE PSYCHIATRIC EATING DISORDERS THROUGHOUT THIS MISGUIDED C.U.P PROCESS, THEY CONTINUE TO MISCHARACTERIZE AND FALSELY DEFINE ITS BUSINESS. I WORRY FOR THE GIRLS’ SAFETY AS MUCH AS OUR OWN. THEY DON’T BELONG IN THE MIDDLE OF THE MOUNTAINS WITH FIRE DANGER AND LIMITED WITH LIMITED ACCESS. TEENS WITH LIFE THREATENING DISEASES NEED TO MOVE TO AN AREA ZONED FOR BEST WELFARE. LIVES ARE AT STAKE, THEY RELY ON ADULTS TO DO THE RIGHT THING. WE NEED A ZONING HEARING TO CLARIFY CLEMENTINE’S LEGAL CLASSIFICATION FOR LAND USE BEFORE ANY ENTITLEMENTS — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED. NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: WAUKIN SANTOS, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE >>SPEAKER: ADDRESSING ITEM 88, I AM WAUKIN SANTOS, 89, AND WE LIVE IN THE JURISDICTION OF THE BRIDGE POINT SOUTH BAY TWO PROJECT. THE REASON FOR SUPPORTING THIS PROJECT IS DUE TO COVID-19, OUR INDUSTRY HAS SLOWED DOWN AND MANY OF OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS ARE OUT OF WORK THIS PROJECT WILL HELP OUR MEMBERSHIP BACK TO WORK AND GET THEIR BENEFITS BACK ON TRACK NOW THAT IT IS NEEDED THE MOST THESE ARE GOOD-PAYING JOBS, AND WE WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY IT WILL BRING TO ALL OF OUR MEMBERSHIP. WE ASK FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN MOVING THIS PROJECT FORWARD AND THAT ALL CONSIDERATION BE GIVEN SO HARD-WORKING MEN AND WOMEN GET BACK TO WORK. THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY BENJAMIN GARCIA, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY

>>SPEAKER: GOOD AFTERNOON SUPERVISORS, THANK YOU FOR THIS TIME. I AM A COVINA RESIDENT, I’M CALLING FOR THE LIGHTING ACT ONE PETITION NUMBER 6-116 I AM OPPOSED TO THE LIGHTING, THE WAY THAT IT IS STATED DUE TO WOODEN POLES, AND OVERHEAD WIRE THIS HAS BEEN DESIGNATED A FIRE AREA, AND IT IS A POWER SAFETY SHUTOFF, OVERHEAD WIRES AND A POLE IS A HAZARD, THE POLES GO INTO THE AREA ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE STREET. SO I WOULD LIKE THE PROJECT RESTRUCTURED OR ELIMINATED, THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU. NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: MARTHA VON , YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU, I AM SPEAKING ABOUT NUMBER 89 AND I AM IN SUPPORT OF THE APPEAL. IN 1987, MY HUSBAND AND I CHOSE TO PURCHASE OUR MODEST, 2000 SQUARE FOOT HOME IN THE MALIBU LAKE SIDE AREA. AS ADULTS WE WERE AWARE THAT THIS WAS A VERY HIGH FIRE HAZARD ZONE AND WE MADE OUR DECISION TO BUY KNOWING THAT WE WOULD BE RELYING ON A STRONG COMMUNITY CONNECTION IN ORDER TO STAY SAFE AND DESPITE GOOD INTENTIONS, THE FIRE DEPARTMENT WAS NOT ABLE TO REACH US DURING THE WOOLSEY FIRE. SINCE THE FIRE STARTED IN SIMIVALLEY, FORTUNATELY WE HAD SEVERAL HOURS TO EVACUATE, THE FIRE STARTS CLOSER TO HERE, THE STORY WOULD BE QUITE DIFFERENT WE CANNOT AND SHOULD NOT INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF PATIENTS THESE UNSTABLE MINORS WITH LIFE THREATENING MENTAL ILLNESS ARE NOT EQUIPPED TO UNDERSTAND THE RISKS THEY ARE TAKING BY LIVING IN THIS AREA. PLEASE SUPPORT THE APPEAL, AND PRIORITIZE THE SAFETY OF THE LOCAL RESIDENTS AS WELL AS THE PATIENTS AND STAFF >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED. NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: JOE DEVUL, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THIS IS JOEL DEVALL, ITEM NUMBER 88 THE BRIDGE POINT PROJECT WHILE I AM IN FAVOR OF THE PROJECT, I ALSO HAVE CONCERNS I HAVE LIVED IN THIS AREA SINCE FEBRUARY OF 1963 THIS PROPERTY IS ON A DDT CONTAMINATED SOIL. I DO NOT HAVE A CLUE WHAT WAS MENTIONED EARLIER IN THIS MORNING BUT SINCE THIS PROJECT IS TO BE BUILT DIRECTLY OVER THE AFFECTED PROPERTY, THIS PROPERTY WILL NEVER GET CLEANED UP A CLASSIC EXAMPLE OF KICKING A PROBLEM DOWN THE ROAD AS I MENTIONED IN THE LAST MEETING, THE RESTRICTIONS OF HAVING BACK-UP ALARMS ON EQUIPMENT. THIS ITEM WAS THRUST OVER BY BRIDGE POINT, STATING THAT THERE ARE WORKAROUNDS SO THE EQUIPMENT DOES NOT NEED — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: NUMBER 89, REQUESTS THAT YOU, OUR HONORABLE SUPERVISORS, SUPPORT THIS COMMUNITY’S APPEAL THE PROPOSED PROJECT IS INCONSISTENT WITH THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS PLAN, AND THE SEVERE FIRE ZONE. IT IS NOT EXEMPT FROM SEQUA, UNDER SEQUA, THERE ARE NEW CIRCUMSTANCES THE WOOLSEY FIRE WHICH DEMONSTRATED THAT THERE ARE NOT ADEQUATE ROADS IN AND OUT THAT FINDING CANNOT BE MADE BECAUSE OF THE ONE-LANE BRIDGE THE COUNTY MUST DISCLOSE THAT THIS PROJECT IS NOT A SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL USE, PER STATE WELFARE CODE 5115, AS IT WILL SERVE MORE THAN SIX THERE IS ALREADY A NON-DISCLOSED SIMILAR PROJECT IN THE COMMUNITY, SO THE COUNTY IS REQUIRED TO ANALYZE CUMULATIVE IMPACTS THE TRUTH IS, THE L.A. COUNTY HEARING OFFICER — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME HAS EXPIRED NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>SPEAKER: RUBY, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: HELLO EVERYONE, MY NAME IS RUBY RIVERA WITH EAST SIDE LEAGUES AND ALSO A RESIDENT OF DISTRICT TWO, I AM CALLING BECAUSE THE SUPPORT HEALTHY L.A PLATFORM AND THE AMENDMENTS TO THE INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE WHICH IS ITEM 87. I

URGE THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO ESTABLISH THE GROUNDWORK FOR AN EQUITABLE RECOVERY AND INCLUDE ALL UNINCORPORATED AREAS THIS IS THE ONE VERY IMPORTANT STEP. DO NOT EXCLUDE EAST L.A., SOUTH L.A., AND ANTELOPE VALLEY COMMUNITIES. CREATE AN INCLUSIONARY HOUSING POLICY THAT TAR TARGETS DEEPER AFFORDABILITY, REMOVE THE 80 PERCENT A.M.I. AND 150 PERCENT A.M.I. TO 20 PERCENT AM EXERCIS.X.E.R.C.I.S.E.S. I NEARLY HALF THE RENTERS MAKE 50 PERCENT A.M.I. OR LESS CREATING A ROBUST POLICY THAT DOES NOT DISPLACE RESIDENTS AND PRIORITIZE COMMUNITY LAND TRUST OPTIONS, REQUIRE THE POLICY TO APPLY TO ALL SUBSTANTIAL RENOVATION PROJECTS AS DEFINED IN THE EAST SIDE LEAGUES PUBLIC COUNSEL LETTER. THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: VANESSA ABANIA, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: YOUR LINE IS OPEN >>SPEAKER: HELLO, CAN YOU HEAR ME? >>MODERATOR: YES, PLEASE BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I DON’T KNOW IF WE CAN TALK ABOUT AGENDA NUMBER 87, REIMAGINE L.A. I WANTED TO — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: EXCUSE ME, THIS IS ITEMS FOR PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS ONLY >>SPEAKER: IS THAT NOT ONE OF THEM? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: IT IS NOT, I’M SORRY. THANK YOU >>SPEAKER: OKAY, THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: NEXT SPEAKER, PLEASE >>MODERATOR: MARCIA, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I LIVE IN AN 850 SQUARE FOOT HOME ON MALIBU LAKE AND I MADE THE DECISION TO STAY BEHIND DURING THE FIRES, AND THAT MORNING I WENT TO EXPLORE EVACUATION POSSIBILITIES AND REALIZED I HAD NO OPTIONS. AND WHILE WATCHING MY FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS BURN TO THE GROUND, MY FEAR AND FRUSTRATION WAS REALIZING THERE IS NO HELP TO BE FOUND, I SAW ONE TRUCK ACROSS THE LAKE THAT NEVER MADE AN ATTEMPT TO EXTINGUISH A FIRE. I AM SPEAKING ABOUT A FIRE, NOT A SINGLE HOSE WAS RAISED, I RAN TO THE TRUCK AND SAID WHERE IS OUR HELP, AND THEY SAID THIS IS IT SO BOTTOM LINE, I DO NOT FEEL LIKE MALIBU LAKE IS A SAFE PLACE FOR INCREASED DENSITY I PLEAD WITH YOU TO DENY THE EXPANSION REQUEST FOR THE SAFETY OF THE RESIDENTS AND THE COMMUNITY, THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: ROBIN SARNER, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN ROBIN SARNER, YOUR LINE IS OPEN YOU MAY NEED TO CHECK UNMUTE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: NEXT SPEAKER >>MODERATOR: TONY TOR RES, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE >>SPEAKER: AGENDA ITEM 88, I AM IN SUPPORT OF THE PROJECT. MANY OF OUR SUPPORTERS CALLED IN THIS MORNING, THERE’S A LONG PROCESS, SOME MAY HAVE DROPPED OFF THE PHONE. AND I WANT TO LET YOU KNOW THAT WE SPENT A LOT OF TIME AND EFFORT WALKING DOOR TO DOOR, OVER 1200 RESIDENTS SIGNED THE PETITION IN SUPPORT OF THE PROJECT. MOSTLY BECAUSE THEY WANT TO REVITALIZE THE PROPERTY, CREATE NEW TAX REVENUE FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, THEY WANT TO CREATE HUNDREDS OF NEW, GOOD-PAYING JOBS, ESPECIALLY NOW, W THE ECONOMY IS SUFFERING, AND THEY GENERALLY THOUGHT THAT THAT WOULD BE A GREAT IMPROVEMENT OVER WHAT IS THERE NOW AT THE PROPERTY. SO I SPEAK ON BEHALF OF 1200 RESIDENTS WHO ARE VERY IN SUPPORT OF THIS PROJECT. THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: MARGARET MANNING, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: NUMBER 88, I’M A RESIDENT OF THE AREA, AFFECTED BY THE BRIDGE PROPOSED TRUCKING WAREHOUSE I UNDERSTAND THE L.A. COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS IS BEING ASKED TO CUT T BABY IN HALF

THE QUESTION IS, HOW DOES THE BOARD RECONCILE THEIR DUTY TO SUE THE EQUITY AND HEALTH NEED OF A BROWN, LATINX COMMUNITY, HIGHLY DISADVANTAGED, RATED 96 PERCENT AS GREEN. THIS IS THE ECONOMIC AMBITIONS OF A CHICAGO-BASED CORPORATION THAT IS GOING TO SELL THE PROPERTY AND LEAVE I’M ASKING FOR TWO THINGS, THE OPERATIONS, AT THE SITE, BE RESTRICTED TO 7:00AM TO 7:00PM, MONDAY-FRIDAY, AND CLOSED ON PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, LIKE MARTIN LUTHER KING, CHRISTMAS DAY AND THANKSGIVING DAY, AND SECONDLY, THE FOUNDATION, INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR WALLS OF THE HOME ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE PROPERTY — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED >>MODERATOR: YOU HAVE ON MINUTE, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: I AM THE FOUNDER OF WELCOME, THE LEADING ADU SOLUTIONS PROVIDER. I SUPPORT AGENDA ITEM 86, THE AADU ORDINANCE, I WOULD LIKE TO ADD THE RECOMMENDATIONS, A SQUARE FOOTAGE BONUS FOR AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES, WHEN THE PRIMARY DWELLING UNIT IS LESS THAN 600 SQUARE FEET, THEY CAN BUILD UP TO 800 SQUARE FEET, AND PROPOSED OWNERS WITH EXISTING ADUS HAVE A NO COST PROCESS FOR THE DEED RESTRICTIONS TO ALIGN WITH WITH THE STATE ORDINANCE. AND LASTLY, I PROPOSE A TAX CREDIT TO HOME OWNERS TO OFFSET THE PROPERTY TAX WITH AN UPDATED SQUARE FOOTAGE FOR ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ZONES AND IMPACTED CENSUS TRACK IN L.A. COUNTY, THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, REPRESENTING THE L.A. COUNTY BUSINESS FEDERATION, MORE THAN 200 BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS THAT EMPLOY 4.5 MILLION PEOPLE IN L.A. COUNTY WE ARE SPEAKING IN SUPPORT OF ITEM 86, ADU ORDINANCE, THIS IS A FEE-SIMPLE AND GREAT POLICY TO ENCOURAGE MORE HOUSING PRODUCTION, THAT’S THE REASON WHY L.A. COUNTY HAS SEEN MORE HOUSING PRODUCTION. WE ARE IN OPPOSITION TO ITEM 87, THE INCLUSIONARY ZONING IS GOING TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF HOUSING FOR WHAT MEMBERS ARE BELIEVING AND SEEING THAT SOLUTIONS LIKE ADU ORDINANCE AND FB795 ARE BETTER SOLUTIONS LONGER TERM TO INCENTIVIZE VOTERS TO BUILD AFFORDABLE HOUSING. THANK YOU SO MUCH AND YOU HAVE A GREAT DAY >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: YAYA SAN DU, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE, PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESS TODAY. YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY. I AM SPEAKING ON AGENDA 88, I AM IN FULL SUPPORT OF THE PROJECT AND I ASK ALL OF YOU TO SUPPORT IT, I APPRECIATE YOU. THANK YOU >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: CYNTHIA MEDINA, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMENTDS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: GOOD AFTERNOON, I AM SPEAKING ON AGENDA ITEM 88 OKAY HOW CAN THE ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE BE USED IN THE PROCESS IS RIGGED? WE HAVE DONE EVERYTHING WE CAN TO STOP THE CONTINUED AIR POLLUTION AND LAND USE DECISION, CREATING THE DESIGNATED GREEN ZONE COMMUNITY WE HAVE SPENT COUNTLESS HOURS READING AND LEARNING ABOUT LAND USE IN LOS ANGELES, OUR ENGAGEMENT WITH THIS PROPERTY IN 2015 DURING AN EVACUATION DIRECTLY INTO — THAT SPREAD TO ADJACENT PROPERTIES. DURING THIS TIME, THE BRIDGE BUILD, A HUGE WAREHOUSE THAT SERVES 480 YARDS FROM THIS PROJECT. WE UNDERSTOOD WE HAD TO DO SOMETHING TO DEFEND OUR COMMUNITIES FROM FURTHER DETERIORATION, WE ASK THE COUNTY DO SPECIFIC COMMUNITY PLANS FOR OUR AREA, AND WE DENIED — AND WILL DENY. WE RAISE RESOURCES AND — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: JUANITA LEON, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE

THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: HI, I’M ADDRESSING 88, AND I AM IN FULL SUPPORT OF THE THE BRIDGE PROPERTY MY NAME IS JUANITA LEON, I LIVE ON THE BACK SIDE OF THE BRIDGE PROPERTY, I AM BACK TO BACK, AND SEPARATED FROM A BROKEN DOWN FRONT, I AM NOT A BLOCK AWAY OR TWO. I AM BACK TO BACK. I HAVE LIVED IN THIS HOME FOR 10 YEARS, THE LAND IS VACFRONT A NUMBER OF YEARS SINCE U.C.I. LEFT. IT WAS THE WILD WEST, WHERE THE POLICE DID NOT EVEN WANT TO GO CHECK UP. IT WAS THE BRIDGE THAT GOT IT UNDER CONTROL AND I AM ABLE TO SLEEP AT NIGHT. BRIDGE HAS BEEN RESPONSIVE, THIS PROJECT IS BY NO MEANS A QUICK FIX. IT HAS BEEN AN ISSUE FOR MANY YEARS, IT IS TIME TO MOVE ON WITH THE PROCESS. THE PROJECT WILL ENHANCE THE COMMUNITY IN MANY WAYS, THE CORNER IS THE FACE OF OUR COMMUNITY AND WILL GIVE US A FRESH AND CLEAN LOOK, IT WILL GIVE THE PERCEPTION THAT THE COMMUNITY CARES AND WE ARE PROUD TO LIVE IN IT. OUR GUESTS DO NOT HAVE TO QUESTION THE AREA WHEN THEY COME TO VISIT AND IT WILL WELCOME NEW HOME BUYERS IT WILL INCREASE THE PROPERTY VALUE — >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU YOUR T HAS EXPIRED, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: ED TURNER, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY, YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: HELLO? I AM FOR THESE REVISIONS, FOR MALIBU LAKE. I WAS A CLIENT AT CLEMENTINE, AND I WAS THERE — IF I DIDN’T GO TO CLEMENTINE, THERE’S A GOOD CHANCE I WOULD NOT BE ALIVE RIGHT NOW. WHEN I WAS THERE, I FELT 100 PERCENT SAFE. AND DURING THE FIRES IN NOVEMBER, CLEMENTINE EVACUATED BEFORE THE — BEING IN A MANDATORY EVACUATION, IT IS SAD THAT CERTAIN NEIGHBORS USE THE EXCUSE THEY ARE WORRIED FOR THE CLIENT’S SAFETY, INSTEAD OF OWNING UP TO THE FACT THAT THE REASON THEY APPEALED IS SO THEY ARE SELFISH THAT THEY ARE WORRIED ABOUT MORE CARS. THEY CAN SAVE MORE THAN 12 GIRLS’ LIVES A YEAR. WITHOUT THEM, I WOULD NOT BE ALIVE RIGHT NOW THANK YOU SO MUCH >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, NEXT SPEAKER PLEASE >>MODERATOR: LISA, YOU HAVE ONE MINUTE. PLEASE STATE THE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS YOU ARE ADDRESSING TODAY. YOU MAY BEGIN >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU, I URGE YOU TO SUPPORT THE APPEAL OF THE PROJECT REFERENCE, I SPEAK IN 89. WE RESPECT THE WORK FOR PEOPLE THAT LIVE WITH MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGES AND — [ MULTIPLE PEOPLE TALKING ] SET A PRECEDENT THAT WE ARE OKAY [ MULTIPLE PEOPLE TALKING ] MOST RESIDENTS LIVE TO THIS COMMUNITY FOR THE PEACE AND QUIET OF NEIGHBORS, AND MORE STAFF — [ MULTIPLE PEOPLE TALKING ] ADDING TO THE BUSYNESS IN THE COMMUNITY. FIRE SEASON IS COMING, WE ARE RECOVING FROM THE WOOLSEY FIRE. MY HUSBAND WAS PUTTING OUT FLAMES AROUND THE FIRE AND HE PUT OUT FLAMES ON THE LAKE AND MEDICAL FACILITY PROPERTY, THAT THEY TO NOT EVEN KNOW THAT HE DID AND HE WOULD BLOCK THE PASSAGE FOR NEIGHBORS IS DUMB FOUNDING >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, YOUR TIME IS EXPIRED >>MODERATOR: MADAMCHAIR, THERE ARE NO OTHER SPEAKERS IN QUEUE TO ADDRESS THE BOARD >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. WITH THAT, TODAY, WE WILL CONCLUDE PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS 81-89, HELD BY ITEMS HELD BY SUPERVISORS, 6, 16, 20, 32, AND FINISHING WITH 57 SO WE WILL BEGIN AND TAKE UP PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS, AND 81 ARE THERE ANY SUPERVISORS THAT WOULD LIKE TO MAKE REMARKS, IF SO, PLEASE UNMUTE YOUR MIC AND BEGIN SPEAKING HEARING NONE, IT IS APPROPRIATE TO CLOSE THE HEARING AND TABLE THE MEETING UNTIL WE TALLY THE RESULTS. 82, THE HEARING ON ANNEXATION FOR COUNTY LED — CHARTER OAK ISLAND, COVINA, AND CITY OF PARAMOUNT. DO ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES WISH TO SPEAK ON THESE ITEMS. HEARING NONE, IT WOULD BE APPROPRIATE TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING, DIRECT THE TABULATION OF THE BALLOTS AND TABLE THE ITEM UNTIL TABULATION BY THE BOARD. 89, THE ANNEXATION FOR COUNTY LIGHTING DISTRICT, UNINCORPORATED AREAS,

HACIENDA HEIGHTS, ANY COLLEAGUES WISH TO SPEAK ON THIS ITEM? HEARING NONE, IT WOULD BE APPROPRIATE TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING, DIRECT TABULATION OF BALLOTS, UNTIL THE RESULT AND ACTION BY THE BOARD. THAT WILL BE THE ORDER 84, A HEARING ON DISILLUSION OF THE COUNTY LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT IN THE CITY OF INDUSTRY. DO ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES WISH TO SPEAK ON THIS ITEM HEARING NONE, IT WOULD BE APPROP TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE ON THIS ITEM. 84 IS BEFORE US MOVED BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR HAHN TO APPROVE THE ITEM, MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: 84 IS BEFORE YOU. SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER, AYE. MOTION CARRIES 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, NOW WE ARE MOVING ON TO 85, A HEARING TO GRANT AN ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION FRANCHISE, DO ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES WISH TO SPEAK ON THIS ITEM OKAY, IT WILL BE APPROPRIATE TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE ON THIS ITEM. THIS ITEM IS BEFORE US, MOVED BY SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, SECOND BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL, TO APPROVE THIS ITEM MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: ITEM 85 IS BEFORE YOU. SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER, AYE. MOTION CARRIES 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: NOW WE WILL MOVE ON TO ITEM 86, HEARING ON THE ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT ORDINANCE. DO ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES WISH TO SPEAK ON THIS ITEM >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: JUST A WORD MADAM CHAIR, IF I MAY >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL PLANNING FOR THE GOOD WORK THEY HAVE DONE IN UPDATING THIS ORDINANCE, THIS IS ANOTHER CRITICAL COMPONENT IN THE ARSENAL OF TOOLS, TO MAKE IT EASIER TO BUILD MUCH-NEEDED AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND TO BUILD IT FASTER I BELIEVE IT IS AN APPROPRIATE WAY TO STAY CONSISTENT WITH REQUIREMENTS TO MAKE IT MUCH EASIER FOR PERSPECTIVE A.D.U BUILDERS TO GET THEIR BUSINESS TAKEN CARE OF IN AN EFFICIENT MANNER. AGAIN, A SHOUT OUT TO REGIONAL PLANNING AND LET THE A.D.U. S BEGIN, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, I THINK WE ALL AGREE. REGIONAL PLANNING HAS DONE A TREMENDOUS JOB ON THIS AND IT WOULD BE APPROPRIATE TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING ON THIS ITEM. 86 IS BEFORE US, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER, AYE. MOTION CARRIES FIVE-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: NOW WE ARE MOVING ON TO 87, A 22, PLANNING AND ZONING FOR THE INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE DO ANY COLLEAGUES WISH TO SPEAK ON THIS >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: YES, I WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR SOLIS AND SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING ME TO SPEAK ON THIS, I WANT TO THANK THE INDIVIDUALS THAT CALLED IN IN SUPPORT OF ITEM 87 AND WENT A BIT FURTHER TO ASK US TO LOOK AT THE INEQUITY THAT IS BASED IN THIS ORDINANCE. AND NOW, I UNDERSTAND MY OFFICE AS WELL AS SUPERVISOR KUEHL AS WELL AS THE DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL PLANNING, I WANT TO THANK EVERYONE FOR HELPING US WORK ON THIS, BECAUSE I DO THINK THAT IT HAS OPENED UP A BROADER DISCUSSION ABOUT AFFORDABILITY, ESPECIALLY IN THIS TIME OF THE COVID CRISIS AND YOU AND I KNOW THAT THE COUNTY IS ALREADY IN NEED OF ADDING 517,000 AFFORDABLE HOUSING UNITS, JUST TO MEET OUR CURRENT DEMAND FOR RENTER HOUSEHOLDS AT 50 PERCENT A.M.I AND PRIOR TO THE COVID EPIDEMIC, OVER 1 MILLION HOUSEHOLDS IN THE COUNTY WERE COST BURDENED, WE KNOW THESE FACTS AND WE HEARD THEM TIME AND TIME AGAIN BEFORE THE BOARD. WHAT IS SURPRISING TO ME, WE ARE FACE WOULD WITH WITH THE EPIDEMIC OF HOMELESSNESS, AND THE FACT THAT COVID HAS CREATED HAVOC IN OUR COMMUNITIES, PEOPLE ARE LOSING THEIR HOMES AND THEY ARE LOSING THEIR APARTMENTS, THERE IS NO

RELIEF IN SIGHT. THIS ORDINANCE, I HOPE, WOULD SR-90 MORE I HAVE BEEN MORE INCLUS WE HAVE TO DO A LOT MORE TO GET HERE, THERE AS LOT MORE TO BE DONE. AND SOME OF THE AREAS I REPRESENT, IF YOU DROVE ALONG CITY TERRACE DRIVE, DOWNEY ROAD, INDIANA STREET, UNION PACIFIC, YOU WOULD SEE OVER 100RVS LINED UP BECAUSE THEY DON’T HAVE ANY DWELLINGS OR ACCESS TO APARTMENTS, AND I WOULD SAY THAT IT IS A CRIME FOR US NOT TO INCLUDE THE UNINCORPORATED AREAS, ESPECIALLY EAST LOS ANGELES, VELINDA, IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND SOUTH CENTRAL FIRESTONE AREA. THESE ARE AREAS THAT ARE HARD-HIT, DENSITY THERE IS HIGH, BUT WE KNOW THAT HOUSING IS STILL A REQUIREMENT. I WOULD HOPE IF THE BOARD MEMBERS HAVE AN APPETITE TO MAKE SOME MODIFICATIONS, IF POSSIBLE, BUT I WOULD LIKE TO — I WOULD LIKE TO ASK AMY BOKEK, OUR DIRECTOR FOR PLANNING, IF SHE COULD JUST COME FORWARD, BECAUSE I WANTED TO ASK HER A FEW QUESTIONS >>SPEAKER: YES, MA’AM, I’M ON THE LINE >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: THANK YOU, AMY, THANK YOU FOR WORKING WITH MY STAFF. I KNOW IT IS NOT EASY AND IT IS NOT THE DEPARTMENT’S FAULT IN TERMS OF WHERE WE ARE, I GET IT. WE ARE LOOKING AT AN OLD FORMULA THAT IS NOT REALISTIC AND IS PUNISHING THE MOST POVERTY-STRICKEN AREAS, AND THE QUESTIONS I HAVE FOR YOU, IF YOU COULD PLEASE EXPLAIN TO ME WHAT IS WRONG WITH REQUIRING 2 TIMES THE NUMBER OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING SET AIDE UNITS IF THE UNITS ARE BUILT OFF SIDE >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU VERY MUCH, MADAM CHAIR, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO PRESENT THIS ORDINANCE TO YOU WE DO AGREE AND UNDERSTAND THAT IT IS ABSOLUTELY HEART-WRENCHING THAT CERTAIN AREAS OF THE COUNTY ARE NOT ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS ORDINANCE AT THIS TIME BUT THE INCLUSIONARY ORDINANCE REQUIRES ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY FOR MARKET RATE PROBLEMS TO BE ABLE TO INCLUDE INCLUSIONARY UNITS IN THE FIRST PLACE AND THE MARKET DATA DOES NOT SHOW THAT THERE IS ENOUGH MARKET RATE DEVELOPMENT OCCURRING IN ALL AREAS OF THE COUNTY WITHOUT MARKET RATE DATA, MEANING CONSTRUCTION OF MARKET RATE UNITS, WE ARE UNABLE TO CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS THAT WOULD DEMONSTRATE INCLUSIONARY ORDINANCES ARE FEASIBLE IF AN INCLUSIONARY ORDINANCE CANNOT DEMONSTRATE THAT SET-ASIDE UNITS ARE FEASIBLE, THE INCLUSIONARY ORDINANCE GETS SET ASIDE IN LITIGATION AND WE WOULD END UP LOSING THE ENTIRE ORDINANCE SO BECAUSE OF THAT FEASIBILITY FACTOR, ADDING THE REQUIREMENT FOR TWO OFF SITE UNITS WOULD INCREASE THE INFEASIBILITY OF THE INCLUSIONARY ORDINANCE FOR THOSE AREAS THAT ARE ALREADY SUBJECT TO — (INDISCERNIBLE) >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AND WHAT ABOUT REMOVAL, THE POSSIBILITY OF REMOVAL OF THE MIDDLE INCOME CATEGORY TO REQUIRE AFFORDABLE, FOR-SALE, SET-ASIDE UNITS TO BE MODERATE INCOME OR LOWER? >>SPEAKER: WE DO SPECIFICALLY HAVE 100 PERCENT AMI FOR SALE, BECAUSE THOSE PRODUCTS ARE ACTUALLY OFFERED BY LA.A.L.A.C SO WE DO REALLY NEED TO HAVE THAT 150 PERCENT A.M.I. IT IS REFLECTIVE OF THE PROGRAMS WE OFFER WITHIN THE COUNTY >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: BUT IT SEEMS TO BE OUT OF REACH FOR THE INDIVIDUALS I AM SPEAKING TO, LOWER INCOME I AM SPEAKING TO, THAT ARE STRUGGLING AND IT IS A BIT HARD TO REACH THAT. IT FEELS LIKE IT IS DISCRIMINATORY AND I KNOW WE WILL HAVE A CHANCE IN THIS MODIFIED VERSION TO LOOKT A THIS IN ABOUT A YEAR, TO COME BACK AND AND UP WITH MORE TARGETED MICRO PLANNING, AND REALLY LOOKING AT THE ECONOMIC OUTPUT AND WHAT IS HAPPENING IN OUR COMMUNITIES. AND I ONLY SAY THAT BECAUSE MY FEAR IS THAT PLACES LIKE EAST L.A. AND OTHERS WILL BE HARMED EVEN FURTHER, BECAUSE WE HAVE A HIGH RATE OF BANKRUPTCY RIGHT NOW. AND MANY TENETS AND LANDLORDS THAT ARE ON THE BRINK OF LOSING EVERYTHING WHAT IS IT GOING TO TAKE, THEN, TO HELP US TRY TO KEEP THESE COMMUNITIES ENGAGED AND TO KEEP THEM WHOLE AND TO CONTINUE TO HAVE AFFORDABLE, LOW-INCOME HOUSING FOR THEM? SO THOSE ARE MY CONCERNS. AND ONE LAST QUESTION, AMY, ON THE REMOVAL OPTION THREE, RELATIVE TO THE 80 PERCENT A.M.I. FOR THE — FROM THE TABLE OF INCLUSIONARY HOUSING REQUIREMENTS, FOR RENTAL PROJECTS, COULD YOU TALK ABOUT THAT?

>>SPEAKER: CERTAINLY. I DO WANT TO MAKE IT CLEAR THAT, ON THE 150 PERCENT A.M.I IT IS ACTUALLY A FOR-SALE RESIDENTIAL PROJECT, WOULD HAVE TO HAVE AN AVERAGE OF 135 PERCENT AMI ACROSS THE ENTIRE PROJECT. IT IS NOT JUST SAYING IT HAS TO BE 150 PERCENT A.M.I. IT INCLUDES A MIX. SO IT WOULD BE 80 PERCENT A.M.I. PLUS 150 PERCENT A.A.M.I THE REASON WE DO HAVE 80 PERCENT AM OOURKS OR LESS, PART OF THE INCLUSIONARY HOUSING REQUIREMENT FOR RENTAL PROJECTS, IS THIS INCLUSIONARY ORDINANCE DIRECTLY LINKS TO OUR DENSITY BONUS ORDINANCE, WHICH WAS ADOPTED NOVEMBER 2019 IF WE TAKE OUT THE 80 PERCENT AMI, WE WILL BE IN CONFLICT WITH OUR OWN INTERNAL ORDINANCES THOSE TWO ARE MEANT TO WORK TOGETHER. ALL FOUR HOUSING ORDINANCES ARE MEANT TO WORK TOGETHER AND HAVE A SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP SO A SIGNIFICANT CHANGE TO ONE ORDINANCE WILL IMPACT AND HAVE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES TO THE OTHER ORDINANCES LASTLY, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, THE REMOVAL OF THE 80 PERCENT AMI FOR RENTAL PROJECTS WILL HAVE INCREDIBLY DETRIMENTAL RESULTS FOR US IN OUR HOUSING ELEMENT NEXT YEAR WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MEET ALL OF OUR NUMBERS IF WE REMOVE 80 PERCENT BECAUSE IT IS A STATE REQUIREMENT FOR US TO HAVE 80 PERCENT AMI ON MARKET RATE INCOME FOR MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: SO GIVEN THE FEEDBACK, YOU WOULDN’T BE IN SUPPORT OF ANY OF THE SUGGESTIONS THAT WERE MADE AT THIS TIME BUT GIVEN, OBVIOUSLY, THE AMENDMENTS IN THIS ORDINANCE, WE CAN MOVE FORWARD AND REVISIT THIS IN ABOUT A YEAR >>SPEAKER: ABSOLUTELY >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AND I HAVE YOUR COMMITMENT ON THAT >>SPEAKER: ABSOLUTELY. WE WORKED VERY CLOSELY WITH ALL STAKEHOLDERS, BOTH THE BIA AND THE ADVOCATES TO TRY TO FIND A BALANCED SOLUTION THAT WOULD MEET EVERYBODY’S NEEDS. WE CAN’T ALWAYS MEET PEOPLE’S NEEDS 100 PERCENT, BUT I THINK WE ARE 75 PERCENT CHANCE THERE, AND APPROVING AN ORDINANCE TODAY WOULD BE A LONG, BIG STEP FORWARD IN THE COUNTY’S HOUSING POLICY >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR. I KNOW SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS WANTS TO MAKE SOME COMMENTS, AND AFTER SUCH TIME, I WILL READEN THE MOTION, THE ORDINANCE, THAT HAS BEEN AMENDED. THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: THIS IS A SHOUT OUT TO REGIONAL PLANNING AGAIN FOR THEIR THOROUGH AND THOUGHTFUL WORK, AS EVIDENCED BY THE ANSWERS TO SOME OF THE QUESTIONS THAT WERE JUST POSED I WANT T SAY THAT THE ORDINANCES IS BOTH TIMELY AND NECESSARY, AND IF WE THINK ABOUT IN TERMS OF COVID-19, AND THE IMPACT THAT IT HAS HAD, IT IS EXACERBATED THE DISPARITIES IN THE HOUSING MARKET AND SO THE GOALS OF AN INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE ARE CONSISTENT WITH WHAT WE UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED, JUST TWO WEEKS AGO, AN ANTI-RACIST APPROACH TO POLICIES WE KNOW WHAT THE DISPARATE IMPACTS ARE, WE KNOW WHO IT FALLS HEAVIEST ON AND WE DON’T WANT TO REQUIRE CERTAIN LEVELS OF AFFORDABILITY, TO DISCOURAGE INVESTMENT OR DRIVE UP THE COST OF UNITS THAT ARE NOT INCOME RESTRICTED. WE CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT. AND, THEREFORE, I AM SUPPORTIVE OF THE MOTION BEFORE US, BECAUSE IT WILL MAKE SURE WE ARE REGULARLY EVALUATED MARKET REALITIES AND I WANT TO SAY THANK YOU AGAIN FOR ALL THE HARD WORK, THE GOOD WORK, DONE TO ADVANCE THIS IMPORTANT TOOL IN THEENAL TO ADDRESS THE HOUSING CRISIS THAT DEEPLY AND ADVERSELY AFFECTS AND IMPACTS FAR TOO MANY INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES ACROSS L.A. COUNTY ONCE AGAIN, MADAM CHAIR, I WANT TO THANK THE DEPARTMENT AND ALL THE STAKEHOLDERS WHO BROUGHT US TO THIS POINT >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: MADAM CHAIR? SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, IR: – SUPERVISOR SOLIS >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: I MOVE THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CLOSE THE HEARING, CERTIFYING THE ADDENDUM TO THE GENERAL PLAN IN THE E EI.R. AND INCLUDE THE ORDINANCE WITH THE MODIFICATIONS, COVENANTS BE IN PERPETUITY

WITHOUT THE CREATION OF THE DENSITY BONUS, CREATE THE AFFORDABLE PROJECTS HAVE THE CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY, PRIOR TO ISSUING THE FINAL CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY FOR THE PRIMARY PROJECT AND INCLUDE A PROVISION, ALLOWING AN APPLICANT TO REQUEST THE INCLUSIONARY ORDINANCE BE ADJUSTED, AND SHOWING THE ORDINANCE WOULD EFFECTUATE A TAKING OF PROPERTY. AND INSTRUCT COUNTY COUNSEL TO NECESSITATE THE TAKING OF DOCUMENT AND RETURN TO THE BOARD FOR CONSIDERATION. WE MOVE THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DIRECT THE DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL PLANNING TO TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS, IN CONSULIDATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, REPORT BACK ON THE ENTITLEMENT AND NEW BUILDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR NEW MARKET RATE RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS THEN EAST L.A. GATEWAY SOUTH LOS ANGELES AND ANTELOPE VALLEY SUB MARKET AREA AND FOR NEW MARKET RATE RESIDENTIAL CONDO MINIUM PROJECTS IN EAST LOS ANGELES AND SOUTHGATE MARKET AREAS UPDATE THE ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY TODDY FOR THE INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE AFTER ONE YEAR FOR THE ADOPTION OF THE ORDINANCE FOR THE AFORE MENTIONED SUB MARKET AREAS IN CONSULTATION WITH COUNSEL, APPLY THE REQUIREMENTS TO ANY SUB MARKET AREAS IF SUPPORTED BY THE UPDATE TO THE STUDY. THREE, WITH PUBLIC WORKS, REPORT BACK ON THE ENTITLEMENT AND BUILDING ACTIVITIES FOR MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING PROJECTS, UNDER TAKING RENOVATION AS DEFINED BY WORK THAT EXCEEDS $60,000 PER UNIT IN CONSTRUCTION COST AND THE REPLACEMENT OF TWO OR MORE BUILDING SYSTEMS, AND FOUR, INITIATE A COMPREHENSIVE UPDATE TO THE ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR THE INCLUSIONARY HOUSING ORDINANCE FOR TWO YEARS OF THE ADOPTION OF THE ORDINANCE AND REPORT TO THE BOARD ANY RECOMMENDATIONS TO INCLUDE THE ORDINANCE, TO REDUCE THE OFFSITE CONSTRUCTION OF AFFORDABLE UNITS AND REQUIREMENTS TO ACHIEVE DEEPER AFFORDABILITY FOR BOTH RENTAL AND HOME OWNERSHIP PROBLEMS AND CONSIDERATION OF INCLUDING SUBSTANTIAL RENOVATION PROJECTS IN THE ORDINANCE ADDITIONAL FACTORS TO BE STUDIED IN THE ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY STUDY SHOULD BE DEFINED IN CONCERT WITH THE BOARD OFFICES WE MOVE THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DIRECT THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICE LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS DIVISION TO SPONSOR IN 2021 TO EXTEND AFFORDABILITY COVENANT COVENANTS TO A UNIFORM, 99 YEAR TERM. AND WITH THAT, MADAM CHAIR, WE CLOSE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, YOU WANTED TO SAY SOMETHING >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AS THE CO-AUTHOR OF THE MOTION AND THE PEOPLE THAT WORKED TO GET THE THROUGH, AMY AND HER STAFF, THOSE ON SUPERVISOR SOLIS’ STAFF, AND ON MY STAFF, WORKING ON THIS ONE WHEN I WAS ELECTED SO WITH THAT, I SECOND THE MOTION >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THE MOTION BEFORE US, MOVED BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL, CAN YOU PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: ITEM 87 IS BEFORE YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: I AM SORRY, IT WOULD BE APPROPRIATE TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING ON IITEM AS WELL AND VOTE ON THE ITEM >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR. SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER, AYE. MOTION CARRIES, 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: NOW 88, HEARING ON THE CALL FOR THE PROJECT NUMBER 2017-0048202 FOR THE REDEVELOPMENT OF WAREHOUSE IN THE UNINCORPORATED COMMUNITY OF WEST CARSON, ANY SUPERVISORS WANT TO SPEAK ON THE ITEM? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: YES, MADAM CHAIR, PURSUANT TO COUNSEL’S INSTRUCTIONS, I’M OBLIGED TO READ IN A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE MOTION ON THIS ITEM. SO LET ME JUST EMBARK ON THAT FOR THOSE OF US WHO ARE FAMILIAR WITH WEST CARSON, KNOW THAT THIS COMMUNITY HAS HISTORICALLY SUFFERED FROM LAND USE CONFLICTS AND THIS IS HARDLY AN EXCEPTION TO THAT HISTORICAL PATTERN. A PORTION OF THIS SUBJECT SITE HAS CONFIRMED DDT CONTAMINATION AND OPERATIONS UNDER THE PREVIOUS OWNERS CEASED OPERATIONS, AFTER THE ENVIRONMENTAL CLEAN-UP WAS IMPROPERLY HANDLED WE HAVE MONITORED THIS FOR A GOOD PERIOD OF TIME WITH

INTENSITY. WE HAVE BEEN ATTENTIVE. FOR THESE REASONS, THE CUP HAS RECEIVED A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF REVIEW AND SCRUTINY BY VARIETY OF REGULATORY ENTITIES, AS WELL AS THE LOCAL RESIDENTS OF THE WEST CARSON AND IF I CAN PAUSE THERE FOR A SECOND, MADAM CHAIR AND COLLEAGUES, AND GIVE APPROPRIATE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO THOSE WHO CAME TODAY AND WAITED TO OFFER THEIR TESTIMONY. IT IS A PART OF THE PROCESS, THEY HAVE NURTURED THIS PROCESS FOR THE FULL LENGTH OF TIME WE HAVE BEEN ENGAGED IN IT AND IT JUST DIDN’T START TODAY, OBVIOUSLY IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN A YEAR-PLUS THAT WE HAVE BEEN ON THIS JOURNEY. THE RECORD CONFIRMED THAT AN AGREEMENT HAS BEEN REACHED BETWEEN THE APPLICANTS AND BOTH THE US EPA AND THE DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCE CONTROL TO ALLOW FOR REDEVELOPMENT. THE REGULATORY ENTITIES ARE REQUIRING A LAND USE COVENANT BE RECORDED TO RESTRICT FUTURE USES TO INDUSTRIAL OR COMMERCIAL, OR WITH RESIDENTIAL USES EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED IN ADDITION THE COVENANT COVENANT PROHIBBITS THE USE OF STRUCTURES WHERE DDT CONTAMINATED SOIL IS LOCATED. WE HAVE HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS HERE THAT ARE BEING ADDRESSED THE APPLICANT WAS REQUIRED TO CONDUCT A DATA EVALUATION WITH THE RISK ASSESSMENT, AND IT WAS REVIEWED BY THE REGULATOR AND MADAM CHAIR AND COLLEAGUES, MY SUGGESTION OF THE COUNTY’S DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, THE APPLICANT PREPARED A RAPID HEALTH IMPACT ASSESSMENT AT THE HEART OF THIS, IT IS CRITICAL THAT THE OPERATIONS BE SAFE AND THAT THEY DO NOT ADVERSELY IMPACT THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES, WE HAVE ATTENDED TO THAT WITH A GREAT DEGREE OF CARE AND THAT WHY THERE’S A LIMIT ON THE TOTAL ROUND-TRIP TRUCK TRIPS TO 37 PER DAY, AS WELL AS A NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL AND DESIGNED REQUIREMENTS TO MITIGATE ANY POTENTIAL IMPACTS DESPITE THE LAND USE COVENANTS, STUDIES, AND CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL, COMMUNITY MEMBERS HAVE EXPRESSED CONCERN. AND GIVEN THE IMPORTANCE OF BALANCING THE NEEDS OF BUSINESS SECTOR, OF THE JOB’S AGENDA, OR THE CONCERN OF ADJACENT RESIDENTS WHO HAVE DIFFERING POINTS OF VIEW, ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS SHOULD BE IMPOSED TO FURTHER PROMOTE THE WELL-BEING OF THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE I THEREFORE MOVE THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING, DENY THE APPEAL, INDICATE THE BOARD’S INTENT TO ADOPT THE INITIAL STUDY MITIGAT CLARATION AND THE MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM, PURSUANT TO STATE AND SEQUA GUIDELINES ALLOWING THE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT WITH THE FOLLOWING MODIFICATIONS, AND INCORPORATING ALL ADDITIONAL MITIGN MEASURES, IDENTIFIED IN THE RAPID HEALTH IMPACT ASSESSMENT MODIFIED CONDITION ’29 TO REQUIRE THAT VIDEO MONITORING OF TRUCK ENTRANTS OFF NORMANDY AVENUE, THE ONLY THAT IS AVAILABLE, UPON REQUESTS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL PLANNING FOR VERIFYING COMPLIANCE WITH THE LIMIT ON TRUCK TRIPS MODIFY CONDITION THAT, BETWEEN THE BEGINNING OF THE OCCUPANCY BY THE FIRST TENANT AND DECEMBER 31, 2023, 100 PERCENT OF ALL TRUCK TRIPS CONSIST OF ALTERNATIVE FUEL, NEAR ZERO EMISSION OR ZERO EMISSION TRUCKS IN ORDER TO MEET THE OBJECTIVES OF THE CLEAN TRUCK INCENTIVE PROGRAM AND MODIFY CONDITION 45, TO REQUIRE THE APPLICANT DEVELOP AND COMPLY WITH THE LOCAL AND TARGETED WORKER HIRING AND INCENTIVE PROGRAM FOR BOTH THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATIONS OF THIS PROJECT

THE GOAL TO HIRE 30 PERCENT LOCAL WORKERS. THE APPLICANT SHOULD OFFER INCENTIVES OF $100,000 TO THE EMPLOYERS OF BOTH OF THE CONSTRUCTIONS AND OPERATIONS COMPONENTS OF THE PROJECT, TO SUPPORT ACHIEVEMENT OF THE GOALS, INCLUDING INVESTMENTS AS APPROPRIATE WITH DESIGNATED LOCAL TRAINING PROGRAM MODIFY CONDITION 38 AND PDF A-2 TO REQUIRE THAT SOLAR PANELS BE INSTALLED ON THE ROOF OF THE WAREHOUSE BUILDING TO PROVIDE SUFFICIENT SOLAR CAPACITY TO SUPPLY NET NEUTRAL ELECTRICITY DEMAND FOR THE BUILDING AND ITS OPERATIONS ADDITIONALLY, MODIFY CONDITIONS 8 AND 9 TO REQUIRE THAT THE GRANT TERMINATE 15 YEARS FROM THE ISSUANCE OF THE PROJECTS’ CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY AND WILL EXPIRE FROM THE LITIGATION OR CHALLENGING OF GRANT, WHICH EVER IS LATER AND AS AGREED, THE APPLICANT SHALL PROVIDE $300,000 FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS IN PROXIMITY TO THIS PROJECT, DEDICATED INTEREST-BEARING FUNDS SHALL BE ESTABLISHED PRIOR TO GRADING OR BUILDING PERMITS FOR THIS PURPOSE. THE BUILDING OF THE FUND IS SUBJECT TO COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES, OF WEST CARSON WILL SUBMIT A REQUEST IN WRITING TO T DIRECTOR, THE DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL PLANNING FOR EXPENDITURE FUNDS FOR PROGRAMIC FUNDING, FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT WITHIN THE WEST CARSON COMMUNITY AND THE REQUEST SHALL INDICATE THE TYPE OF LOCATION AND THE IMPROVEMENT AND THE REQUESTED IMPROVEMENTS, AND THE USES OF THE FUND SHALL BE TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE RESPONSIBLE AGENCIES HAVE JURISDICTIONAL AUTHORITY OVER THE SPECIFIC IMPROVEMENT. AND DIRECT COUNTY COUNSEL TO PREPARE THE FINAL FINDINGS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE BOARD’S CONSIDERATION, AND I THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR, FOR ALLOWING ME TO READ THE ENTIRETY OF THAT MOTION >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS. 88 IS BEFORE US, MOVED BY SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR HAHN TO APPROVE THE ITEM. PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: 88 IS BEFORE YOU. SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: WITH THE ADD-ON CONDITIONS I VOTE AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE. – SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES 5-0 >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU ITEM 89 IS A HEARING ON 237-3 FOR THE EXPANSION OF THE ADLESSANT GROUP HOME IN THE COMMUNITY STANDARDS DISTRICT SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: YES, THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR. FIRST OF ALL, LET ME ACKNOWLEDGE, WE KNOW ALL THE WAY BACK TO THE WOOLSEY FIRE THAT THE COMMUNITY OF LAKESIDE, IT HAS BEEN TRAUMATIZED AND DEVASTATED BY THAT WOOLSEY FIRE ALONG WITH A NUMBER OF OTHER COMMUNITIES, ALL THROUGH THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS AND SO I THANK THE RESIDENTS WHO HAVE WRITTEN IN AND PARTICIPATED IN ALL THE HEARINGS ON THIS MATTER AND I HAVE JUST A FEW QUESTIONS OF DEPARTMENT STAFF AND COUNTY COUNSEL. LET ME ASK COUNTA COUNSEL FIRST, IF THEY CAN ANSWER. THE APPELLANT’S ATTORNEY GIVES THAT THIS FACILITY SHOULD BE CLASSIFIED AS A DISABILITY REHABILITATION AND TRAINING CENTER AND NOT PERMITTED IN THE RR ASSIGNMENT CAN YOU STATE FOR THE RECORD WHY THE COUNTY IS PROCESSING THE APPLICATION IN A GROUP HOME FOR COUNSEL >>SPEAKER: GOOD AFTERNOON, I’M SPEAKING ON BEHALF OF COUNTY COUNSEL. CLEMENTINE IS DESIGNATED AS A GROUP HOME FOR CHILDREN, FOR SEVERAL REASONS IT IS A NON-MEDICAL FACILITY, LICENSED BY THE STATE, AS A CONGREGATE HEALTH LIVING FACILITY, WHICH MUST BE FOR STATE LAW A NON-INSTITUTIONAL HOME-LIKE ENVIRONMENT AND IS A RESIDENTIAL HOME AND ADDITIONALLY, THE THESE HOMES LICENSED AS A CONGREGATE HEALTH LIVING FACILITY MUST HAVE A TRANSFER AGREEMENT WITH THE MEDICAL FACILITY, WHICH WILL PROVIDE FOR THE CLINICAL NEEDS OF THE RESIDENTS, AND CLEMENTINE

AS AN AGREEMENT WITH TARZANA MEDICAL CENTER. THE COMMUNITY CARE LICENSE REQUIREMENT IN THE COUNTY CODE FOR GROUP HOMES FOR CHILDREN, THAT DEFINITION IS NOT MEANT TO BE A TECHNICAL TERM, IT COUNTY CODE AND THEREFORE IT IS A GENERAL REQUIREMENT THAT A GROUP HOME MUST BE APPROPRIATELY LICENSED AND AS I HAVE MENTIONED, CLEMENTINE IS LICENSED AS A HEALTH LIVING FACILITY. ADDITIONALLY, A GROUP HOME FOR CHILDREN CAN ALSO ENCOMPASS UNDER THE BROADER DEFINITION, OR COUNTY DEFINITION, OF RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES WHICH PROVIDE 24-HOUR, NON MEDICAL CARE. AND DISABILITY REHABILITATION AND TRAINING CENTER WOULD PROVIDE REHABILITATION AND TREATMENT FOR PHYSICAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, AND THEY ARE NOT 24-HOUR IN-PATIENT TREATMENT FACILITIES. THEY ARE ALSO NOT LIMITED TO CHILDREN. CLEMENTINE WOULD NOT MEET THIS DEFINITION AND THEREFOE WOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED AS A DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION TRAINING CENTER >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: SO AS A GROUP HOME, THEY ARE PERMITTED IN THE ZONE. THANK YOU, COUNSEL. SECONDLY, TO DIRECT THE VOTE AGAIN, THE STAFF, THE APPLICANT HAS STATED ON THE RECORD THAT THEIR FENCING DOES NOT NEED TO BE WILD-LIFE COMPLIANT, BECAUSE THEIR CONSULTANTS DON’T BELIEVE IT IS LOCATED IN A WILDLIFE CORRIDOR HOWEVER, THE APPLICANT HAS ALSO SAID THEY DO NOT BELIEVE THE EXISTING FENCE DOES NOT IMPEDE THE MOVEMENT OF WILD LIFE IN ANY WAY, BUT MY UNDERSTANDING IS THE COUNTY TREATS THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAIN AS A RESOURCE AREA AND DOES NOT DEFINE WILD LIFE CORRIDORS BECAUSE THE WHOLE AREA IS RICH OF WILD LIFE. SO WOULD YOU, OR STAFF BIOLOGISTS, ADDRESS THIS ISSUE FOR THE BOARD BUS BECAUSE IT REFLECTS SOMETHING WE WANT TO ADD IN THE MOTION >>SPEAKER: ABSOLUTELY. THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR KUEHL, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, YOU ARE CORRECT THAT WE DO NOT TREAT THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS AS A WILDLIFE CORRIDOR WE TREAT IT AS AN ENTIRE RESOURCE AREA, OR A BLOCK OF HABITAT. THEREFORE, IT IS INAPPROPRIATE OR IRRELEVANT TO SUGGEST THE MOVEMENT OF WILD LIFE IS SUGGESTED TO A SPECIFIC CORRIDOR. BECAUSE WE TAKE THE SUGGESTION THAT THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS IS CORE HABITAT, WE BELIEVE THAT THE FENCE IS NOT WILDLIFE COMPLIANT, BUT IT COULD BE MODIFIED TO MEET SOME STANDARDS TO MAKE IT WILDLIFE COMPLIANT. I HAVE BEEN IN CONSULTATION WITH OUR STAFF BIOLOGIST, JOE DECRANER AND HE CONCURS WITH MY COMMENTS AND HAS WALKED ME THROUGH THIS ISSUE FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: THANK YOU FINALLY, IT IS MY INTENT TO BRING A MOTION IN A MINUTE TO DENY THE APPEAL AND ALLOW THE PROJECT WHICH ADDS TWO BEDS, IT DOES NOT EXPAND THE HOUSE IN ANY WAY BUT, WITH SOME ADDITIONAL COND CONDITIONS. I ALSO WANT TO ADD THAT THE WOOLSEY FIRE, AS YOU KNOW, HAS CAUSED THE COUNTY TO DO A GREAT DEAL OF THINKING FOR THE FUTURE ABOUT HOW WE APPROACH PLANNING IN THESE EXTREME HIGH-FIRE SEVERITY ZONES. WE HAVE INITIATED A COMP HENCE REVIEW OF THE LAND USE PRACTICES, I LOOK FORWARD TO THE RECOMMENDATIONS, AND IS THERE A PLAN FOR THE NORTH AREA PLAN UPDATE THAT IS ON THE WAY, THAT THE DEPARTMENT REVIEW THE APPROPRIATENESS OF THIS USES ACROSS THE MOUNTAIN AND I LOOK FORWARD TO THAT MORE GENERAL REPORT BUT, AS FOR THIS PROJECT, I WOULD LIKE TO MOVE, IF I MAY, MADAM CHAIR, THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TAKE THE FLOWING ACTIONS. CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING, FIND THAT THE PROJECT IS CATEGORICALLY EXEMPT UNDER CEQUA, DENY THE APPEAL, AND INDICATE ITS INTENT TO DESIGNATE 2018-0072083 AND CUPRPPL0018003334 WITH THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS, A, CLARIFY THAT ALL PARKING MUST OCCUR ON SITE AND THAT NO STAFF OR CLIENTS OR VISITORS SHALL BE PERMITTED TO PARK ON THE PUBLIC ROAD B, GROUP COUNSELING SESSIONS AND MEETINGS MUST BE HELD OFF-SITE WHEN THERE WILL BE PARTICIPANTS OTHER THAN CURRENT CLIENTS AND

THEIR VISITORS AND C, WITHIN A YEAR FROM THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS PERMIT, THE EXISTING PERIMETER FENCE SHALL BE MODIFIED FROM ITS CURRENT CONFIGURATION TO ONE THAT IS WILD LIFE PERMEABLE TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL PLANNING IF THE CURRENT FENCE CANNOT BE MODIFIED, IT SHALL BE REPLACED WITH ONE THAT IS WILDLIFE PERMEABLE. I FURTHER MOVE THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS INSTRUCT THE DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL PLANNING TO EVALUATE THE APPROPRIATENESS OF THESE GROUP HOMES IN EXTREME HIGH FIRE SEVERITY ZONES AND CONSIDER ANY STEPS THAT MIGHT BE NECESSARY TO LIMIT THE USE IN THE NORTH AREA PLAN UPDATE. I SO MOVE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SO WE HAVE A MOTION BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL. I WILL SECOND THAT, TO APPROVE THE ITEM MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, WITH THE AMENDMENTS, OR WITH THE CONDITIONS, MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: ITEM 89 SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE, SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER, AYE. MOTION CARRIES, 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: VERY IF, WE ARE ON TO 81, HEARING ON ANNEXATION FOR THE COUNTY LIGHTING DISTRICT IN UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF SOUTH WHITTIER. PLEASE REPORT THE BALLOT TABULATION RESULTS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MADAM CHAIR AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, A DETERMINATION HAS BEEN MADE THAT NO PROTEST EXISTS ABOUT THE LEVYING OF THE PARCEL MAP 7221 AND TRACK NUMBER 71925 AND 52796, IN A SINGLE LOTS 076-2018 AND 032-2086, PROPOSED TO COUNTY LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT, 1687, AND LANDSCAPING AND LIGHTING ACT, ONE INCORPORATED ZONE, AS A RESULT, IT WOULD BE APPROPRIATE FOR THE BOARD TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION ORDERING THE ANNEXATION AND JOINT RESOLUTION FOR AN EXCHANGE OF PROPERTY TAX REVENUE FROM ANNEXATION OF TERRITORIES >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: 81 BEFORE US, MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: 81 IS BEFORE YOU, SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEYMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: 82, A HEARING ON ANNEXATION AND LEVYING OF INVESTMENTS FOR COUNTY LIGHTING DISTRICT, UNINCORPORATED HACIENDA HEIGHTS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: CAN WE GO TO 83, STAFF IS TABULATING THE RESULTS >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: YES, WE WILL MOVE ON TO RETURN TO ITEM 83, HEARING ON ANNEXATION OF HACIENDA HEIGHTS IN SOUTH WHITTIER MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE REPORT ON THE BALLOT TABULATION RESULTS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR. MADAM CHAIR, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, NO MAJORITY PROTESTS EXIST AGAINST THE ANNEXATION FOR PARCEL MAPS 72916 AND 71032, AS — [ MULTIPLE PEOPLE TALKING ] L086 — (READING DESCRIBED SECTION) L046 — (READING DESCRIBED SECTION) AND 2016 FOR MAINTENANCE DISTRICT, 1687 AND LAND DISTRICT LANDSCAPING AND LIGHTING ACT, UNINCORPORATED ZONE, AS A RESULT, IT WOULD BE APPROPRIATE FOR THE BOARD TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION AND THE JOINT RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE NEGOTIATED EXCHANGE FOR PROPERTY TAX REVENUES RESULTING FROM THE ANNEXATION OF TERRITORIES >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SO WE HAVE ITEM 83 IS BEFORE US MOVED BY SUPERVISOR HAHN, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS TO APPROVE THE ITEM. MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: ITEM 83 IS BEFORE YOU SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN AYE. SUPERVISOR BARGER?

>>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER AYE, MOTION CARRIES 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SO WO WE ARE GOING TO, WE ARE STILL TABULATING 82, WE WILL GO BACK TO THAT. WE WILL GO BACK TO ITEMS HELD BY SUPERVISORS, 4, THE CREATION OF A CRIMINAL JUSTICE DATA SHARING INITIATIVE IN LOS ANGELES. SUPERVISOR KUEHL, YOU HELD THIS ITEM >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: YES, THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR. DID YOU WANT TO READ IN YOUR AMENDMENT, IT IS A FRIENDLY AMENDMENT AND WE COULD THEN CONSIDER THE WHOLE ITEM >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SURE. I’D LIKE TO THANK SUPERVISOR KUEHL FOR ACCEPTING MY FRIENDLY AMENDMENT FOR INCORPORATING VICTIMS EN1 TO INCLUDE VICTIMS SERVED, WHERE CRIMES OCCURRED, COMMITTED, SERVED BY ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES, AND VICTIMS SERVED BY TYPE OF SERVICE CONNECTION THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR KUEHL >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: A PLEASURE, MADAM CHAIR. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. I THINK THERE IS SOMETIMES MISGUIDED IDEAS THAT THE BOARD DOESN’T CARE ABOUT VICTIMS, THE FACT THAT WE ARE CONSTANTLY OFFERING REWARDS, ESTABLISHING NEW AREAS IN PUBLIC HEALTH, ETC., AND I THANK YOU FOR THE AMENDMENT I CERTAINLY THANK SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS FOR CO-AUTHORING THIS MOTION. AND, YOU KNOW, IT IS TRUE, AS WE HAVE SAID OVER THE PAST THREE OR FOUR MEETINGS, AT LEAST, L.A. COUNTY IS IN THE MIDST OF A MOVEMENT. WE HAVE UNDERTAKEN A NUMBER OF, LET ME SAY, BOLD CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM MOTIONS, PASSED BY THE BOARD OVER THE PAST FEW MONTHS, LOOKING TO EXAMINE WHETHER OR NOT MEN’S CENTRAL JAIL CAN BE CLOSED, MAKING THE POPULATION LOW IN THE JAILS, TO FUND ATI, ODR. THE PURPOSE OF THIS MOTION IS TO GATHER AND PUBLISH THE DATA THAT I BELIEVE WE ALL KNOW IS NECESSARY FOR SMART POLICY REFORM BECAUSE WHAT WE DO WHEN WE TAKE A LOOK AT OUR DATA IS TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IS WORKING WHAT HAS WORKED. WE MOVE 5,000 PEOPLE OUT OF THE JAIL INTO ADR PROGRAMS, WE UNDERSTAND WHERE ARE THEY HAVE THEY BEEN HELD, BECAUSE IF THEY HAVE, THEN THEY WILL BE PART OF HELPING THE PUBLIC SAFETY IN THEIR AREAS. AND THE PUBLICLY ACCESSIBLE DATA ALLOWS ALL OF OUR COMMUNITY MEMBERS AS WELL TO UNDERSTAND THESE OUTCOMES AND TO PARTICIPATE IN CRAFTING POLICIES THAT ARE RESPONSIVE TO NEEDS. IT HELPS THE BOARD TO MAKE INFORMED AND COST-E COST-EFFECTIVE POLICY DECISIONS, AND THAT IS VERY IMPORTANT IN ANY KIND OF BUDGET YEARS, BUT ESSENTIALLY THOSE LIKE WE FACE TODAY SO THIS MOTION ACTUALLY PROPOSES BOTH SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM PLANS FOR DATASHARING. FOR THE FIRST PART OF THE MOTION, DURING THE SHORT TERM, DATA POINTS THAT ARE CURRENTLY TRACKED AND REASONABLY ACCESSIBLE ALREADY WILL BE PUBLISHED ON THE COUNTY’S OPEN DATA PORTAL THEN, COUNTY STAKEHOLDERS CAN ENGAGE IN LONG-TERM PLANNING TO DEVELOP AN EVEN MORE ROBUST DATA SHARING PROPOSAL BY CONSULTING EXPERTS AND REPORTS, LIKE THE ATI RECOMMENDATIONS THIS INITIATIVE WILL REVITALIZE AND ADD NEW DATA TO THE EXISTING OPEN DATA PORTAL. L.A. COUNTY IS FOLLOWING IN THE FOOT STEPS OF OTHER JURISDICTIONS, LIKE NEW YORK CITY, THAT REGULARLY SHARE COMPREHENSIVE DATA. AN INFORMED COMMUNITY IS AN ENGAGED COMMUNITY, AND AN ENGAGED COMMUNITY IS AN ASSET TO THE COUNTY SO IN THIS TIME OF EXTREME POLARIZATION, I BELIEVE THAT DATA TRANSERPARENCY CAN BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER SO WE CAN COLLECTIVELY UNDERSTAND THE PROBLEMS AND EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF SOLUTIONS AND, AFTER MY COLLEAGUES HAVE SPOKEN, IF THEY WISH TO, I WOULD LIKE TO INVITE OUR C.I.O. BILL KEHO, TO TALK ABOUT THE COUNTY’S OPEN DATA PROJECT AND HOW THIS MOTION WILL FIT IN WITH THAT WORK. THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KTHRYN BARGER, CHAI: DO ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES WISH SPEAK ON THIS ITEM >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: I WILL SAY A WORD WITH YOUR PERMISSION >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: THANK YOU FOR YOUR LEADERSHIP ON THIS MOTION AND ALLOWING ME TO COAUTHOR, MAKING DATA PUBLICLY AVAILABLE IS NOT JUST COMMON SENSE, IT IS CRITICAL TO ADVANCING MEANINGFUL CRIMINAL REFORM MAY I SAY, IN A TIME WHEN THE

NATION IS RECKONING THE REALITY OF RACIAL INEQUITY, THIS DATA WILL HELP THE BOARD AND THE PUBLIC UNDERSTAND WHETHER THESE REFORMS ARE WORKING IT STRENGTHENS ACCOUNTABILITY BY ENHANCING TRANSPARENCY AND INFORMS DECISIONS ABOUT WHAT REFORMS ARE NEEDED AND HOW RESOURCES SHOULD BE ALLOCATED THE NEED FOR BETTER DATA BECOMES EVER MORE CLEAR, AND URGENT, AS THE COUNTY WORKS TO STRENGTHEN LAW ENFORCEMENT ACCOUNTABILITY ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION, PROBATION OVERSIGHT, YOUTH JUSTICE REFORM, AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF OTHER REFORMS AS WELL IT IS ALSO THE CASE THAT IT PROVIDES A BIT OF A THERMOMETER FOR ENSURING THE SUCCESSFUL DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ANTI-RACIST POLICY AGENDA FOR THIS COUNTY. BY ALLOWING THE BOARD AND THE PUBLIC TO MONITOR THE OUTCOMES OF THE COUNTY’S EFFORTS TO ADDRESS SYSTEMIC INEQUITIES. I LOOK FORWARD TO THE REPORT BACK, IN THE FIRST DATA SET BEING PUBLISHED. ONCE AGAIN, TO SUPERVISOR KUEHL, THANK YOU FOR YOUR LEADERSHIP, AND MADAM CHAIR, THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: THANK YOU AND I JUST — AGAIN, I WANTED TO THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AND SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, FOR WORKING WITH MY STAFF ON THE DATA THAT NEEDS TO BE PUBLISHED, WHICH INCLUDES THE INFORMATION ON VICTIMS OF CRIME, AS YOU SAID, SUPERVISOR KUEHL, THIS BOARD HAS BEEN PROACTIVE IN OFFERING REWARDS THROUGHOUT THE COURSE OF MY CAREER AND IT IS BECAUSE WE DO RECOGNIZE THAT THERE ARE VICTIMS THAT ARE ARE INVOLVED IN MANY OF THE CRIMES THAT ARE REPORTED THIS WILL HELP PAINT A MORE FULL PICTURE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE DATA AND WILL HELP US UNDERSTAND THE COMMUNITIES IMPACTED BY CRIME AND HOW WELL ARE WE DOING AT LINKING THEM TO THE APPROPRIATE SERVICES SO THIS WILL GIVE US AN OPPORTUNITY TO LOOK AT WHERE WE ARE DOING WELL, AND WHERE WE NEED TO BE DOING BETTER. THE MOTION WILL SERVE THIS, AND FUTURE BOARDS, WHILE DETERMINING GAPS IN THE SERVICES AND ALLOCATED RESOURCES ACCORDINGLY I — I WHOLEHEARTEDLY SUPPORT THIS WITH THE AMENDMENT ON THE VICTIMS. DO ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES WANT TO SPEAK? SEEING THAT NO ONE ELSE IS REQUESTING TO SPEAK ON THIS ITEM, WE ZIL A MOTION BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: WAIT, I’M SORRY, I WANTED BILL KEHO >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: I’M SORRY, SHAEILA GO AHEAD BIL >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU, SUPERVISORS, BILL KEHO, THE CEO WITHIN THE STRATEGIC INTEGRATION DIV DIVISION, I THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO PROSIDE BRIEF COMMENTS ON THE COUNTY’S OPEN DATA PLATFORM, WHICH WAS CREATED TO ENABLE THE CRITICAL AND, IN THIS CASE, CRIMINAL JUSTICE DATA SHARING AND TRANSPARENCY REQUIREMENTS OF THE MOTION THIS IS COMPLIMENTARY TO SOME DATA-RELATED EFFORTS THAT ARE ALSO MENTIONED IN THE BOARD, SUCH AS THE JUSTICE METRICS FRAMEWORK, THAT WE HAVE BEEN IS REALLY THE INTENT THERE IS TO VULNERABLE POPULATIONS INVOLVED IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM THE COUNTY OPEN DATA PLATFORM WAS ESTABLISHED IN 2015 BY A MOTION FROM SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS TO ENHANCE GOVERNMENT TRANSPARENCY, IMPROVED COLLABORATION, FOSTER INNOVATION, AND INCLUDE GOVERNMENT SERVICES IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES THAT CARRY FORWARD TO TODAY, IN THIS MOTION IN 2015, RESULTED IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CRITICAL DATA SHARING ASSET FOR THE COUNTY IN OUR OPEN DATA PLATFORM AS THE MOTION INDICATES, THE CENTRALIZED OPEN DATA PLATFORM ENABLES PUBLIC ACCESS TO COUNTY DATA THAT IS EASY TO FIND, AND ALLOWS THE PUBLIC TO PARTICIPATE AND ENGAGE WITH POLICY MAKERS, CREATE NEW POLICIES, AND REFORMS, THAT ARE RESPONSIVE TO COMMUNITY NEEDS, VERY IMPORTANT THE CURRENT STATE AT OUR OPEN DATA CENTRAL PORTAL IS A COUNTY PLATFORM THAT ENABLES DEPARTMENTS TO PUBLISH OPEN DATA, ALLOWS THE PUBLIC TO SEARCH AND TO ACCESS THE COUNTY’S INFORMATION, AND THE OPEN DATA PLATFORM CONTINUES TO GROW IN IMPORTANCE, AS THE PUBLIC DEMAND FOR INFORMATION AND TRANSPARENCY FROM THE GOVERNMENT INCREASES IT IS TRULY AN ASSET AND WE ARE LUCKY TO HAVE IT. USAGE BY THE PUBLIC HAS STEADILY INCREASED SENSE INCEPTION, AND

THE SITE CONTAINS MORE THAN 117 DATA SETS, 609 DATA RELATED STORIES, PUBLISHED BY 24 DEPARTMENTS. THE STATE CURRENTLY AVERAGES 140,000 PAGE VIEWS AND 15,000 DATA SET DOWNLOADS PER MONTH. TOP SEARCHES ARE SUSTAINABILITY, PERMITS, PARCELS, CRIMES, AND TOP DOWNLOADS ARE TOP COUNTY EARNERS, EMPLOYEE SALARIES, PARCEL LISTING, RESTAURANT, AND MARKET INSPECTIONS MY OFFICE IS PLANNING TO WORK WITH BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS TO DEVELOP A NEW VISION FOR OPEN DATA 2.0 AND A ROAD MAP THAT TAKES OPEN DATA TO THE NEXT LEVEL IN ALLOWING MORE VALUE TO L.A. COUNTY DEPARTMENTS AND TO THE PUBLIC. THIS MOTION AND THE USE OF THE OPEN DATA PLATFORM WILL JUMPSTART THAT VISION, AND PROVIDE A PLATFORM TO COLLECT AND PUBLISHUSTICE AND EQUITY RELATED DATA THAT WILL INFORM AND ENGAGE THE PUBLIC AROUND THESE IMPORTANT ISSUES IN CONCLUSION I LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH THE IDENTIFIED DEPARTMENTS IN THE MOTION AND EXPANDING THE USE OF DATA SHARING AND THE USE OF OPEN DATA PLATFORM. WE WILL ALSO BE WORKING WITH COUNTY COUNSEL TO INCLUDE THE DATA IS APPROPRIATE TO SHARE ON THE DATA PLATFORM, AND THE DATA IS ANONYMIZED SO THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO TALK ABOUT THE OPEN DATA PLATFORM, AND THE — AND WE ARE EXCITED IN THE USE OF THIS PLATFORM IN COMPLYING WITH THE MOTION. THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: I ASK FOR AN AYE VOTE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: OKAY. MOVED BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AS AMENDED TO APPROVE THE ITEM. PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: ITEM 4 IS AMENDED AND BEFORE YOU SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES, 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: GREAT. WE WILL NOW MOVE ON TO ITEM NUMBER 6, STRUCTURAL CHANGES FOR THE NOVEMBER 2020 ELECTION, HELD BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: SORRY. IN LOOKING BACK AT THE MARCH 2020 ELECTION, WE FOUND THERE ARE VERY FEW PEOPLE WHO TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE FIRST WEEK OF THE 11-DAY VOTE PERIOD THAT WE HAD SET OUT AFTER THE FIRST WEEK OF VOTING IN MARCH, ONLY A LITTLE OVER 5 PERCENT OF VOTERS WHO ACTUALLY CHOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON HAVE VOTED AND THAT MEANS THAT OVER 94 PERCENT OF PEOPLE THAT CHOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON ACTUALLY DID SO THE LAST FOUR DAYS OF THE ELECTION PERIOD, INCLUDING ELECTION DAY WHICH, AS WE KNOW, WAS VERY CROWDED. IN CONSIDERING THE ONGOING PANDEMIC, THERE ARE ADDITIONAL AND VERY SERIOUS HEALTH CONCERNS AROUND HAVING ANY LARGE GATHERINGS OF PEOPLE THAT MADE IT VERY DIFFICULT AND USUAL TO SECURE VOTE CENTERS, CLEANING THE EQUIPMENT, STORING THE EQUIPMENT, SECURING THE EQUIPMENT, ETC AND SO, BY SHORTENNING THAT NUMBER OF DAYS, THAT WE SUGGEST IN THIS MOTION, WE MINIMIZING NOT ONLY THE HEALTHRISKS, BUT ALSO THE BURDEN ON VOTE CENTER HOSTS SO ALTHOUGH THE COUNTY IS ONLY REQUIRED TO HAVE 570 VOTE CENTERS OPENED FOR A FOUR-DAY PERIOD, WE COMMITTED TO SECURING AND STAFFING A SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER NUMBER THAN THAT, TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT VOTE CENTERS, PARTICULARLY IN AREAS WHERE THERE HAS BEEN HISTORICALLY FEWER VOTE BY MAIL VOTERS. AS YOU AND EVERYBODY ELSE LISTENING KNOWS, WE ARE GOING TO AN ENTIRELY VOTE BY MAIL SYSTEM, BUT IT IS STILL A CHOICE, PEOPLE CAN VOTE IN PERSON IF THEY WANT TO SO IF A VOTER DOESN’T WANT TO RETURN THEIR VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT IN THE MAIL, THERE WILL BE 350, ACTUALLY MORE, LOCATIONS TO DROP OFF YOUR VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT, ALL ACROSS THE COUNTY. AND THOSE LOCATIONS WILL ACTUALLY BE OPEN AS SOON AS THE BALLOTS ARE MAILED OUT IN EARLY OCTOBER BUT THE COUNTY IS ALWAYS DEPENDENT ON VOLUNTEERS TO STAFF THEIR VOTE CENTERS AND THEIR POLLING LOCATIONS AND ONE OF THE LESSONS THAT WE LEARNED FROM THE MARCH ELECTION WAS THE NEED FOR PRETTY DEEP AND APPROPRIATE TRAINING FOR VOTE CENTER STAFF, AS WELL AS ENSURING THERE WERE ENOUGH STAFFERS. AND NOW, DURING THE

PANDEMIC, ALL OF OUR COUNTY WORKERS ARE DESIGNATED AS DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS AND THEY ARE UNIQUELY QUALIFIED AND POSITIONED TO FILL THIS SHORT, TIME-BOUND SERVICE ROLE ADDITIONALLY, UTILIZING DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS FOR THIS PURPOSE WAS SPECIFICALLY REFERENCED IN GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER, MODIFYING THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ELECTION, IN RESPONSE TO THE PANDEMIC. SO THERE WILL STILL BE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR COMMUNITY VOLUNTEES WELL SO I HOPE THAT YOU WILL LOOK FAVORABLY ON THIS MOTION, I THINK IT MAKES A LOT OF SENSE FOR EXPANDING EVERYBODY’S ABILITY TO VOTE IN THE LAST FOUR, OR POTENTIALLY FIVE DAYS, AND I LOOK FORWARD TO THE DISCUSSION ABOUT ITEM 6. THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR HAHN WOULD YOU LIKE TO SAY ANYTHING? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: THANKS MADAM CHAIR AND TO SUPERVISOR KUEHL FOR AUTHORING THIS, I AM HAPPY TO CO-AUTHOR THIS, I KNOW WE HEAR THIS ALL THE TIME, I BELIEVE THIS IS SUCH A KEY AND ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ELECTIONS OF OUR LIFETIME AND THE ADDED CRITERIA THIS YEAR, OF COURSE, IS THIS PANDEMIC, AND HOW IT COULD AFFECT PEOPLE’S COMFORT LEVEL IN VOTING, WHICH IS WHY WE, OF COURSE, HAVE PUT THE EMPHASIS ON MAIL-IN VOTING, YOUR BALLOT BOX COULD BE YOUR MAIL BOCK THIS YEAR AND EVERY VOTER IN L.A. COUNTY WILL BE MAILED A BALLOT I AGREE, AFTER WE LOOKED AT THE MARCH AND THE AMOUNT OF RESOURCES AND LOGISTICS THAT IT TOOK IN HAVING TWO WEEKENDS BEFORE THE ELECTION DAY SECURED FOR IN-PERSON VOTING, THAT CANED OF A REEVALUATION OF THAT METHOD WAS IN ORDER. WE KNOW IT WAS DIFFICULT TO FIND VOTING MACHINES THAT REMAINED IN PLACE FOR TWO WEEKENDS, AS WELL AS FINDING ENOUGH WHOLE WORKERS TO WORK THOSE IN-PERSON POLLING PLACES. SO WHILE I AM GOING TO BE ENCOURAGING COURAGING PEOPLE TO VOTE BY MAIL, THERE WILL STILL BE A NUMBER OF OUR VOTERS WHO LIKE SHOWING UP AT THE POLLING PLACES, I AGREE THAT THE FOUR DAYS, PLUS ELECTION DAY, WILL CERTAINLY BE IMPORTANT FOR EARLY VOTERS, AND I ALSO KNOW THAT THERE WILL BE, I THINK, THE HYBRID OF THIS IS FILLING OUT THE BALLOT AT YOUR KITCHEN TABLE, BUT THEN FEELING LIKE YOU WANT TO GO DROP IT OFF AT A SECURE LOCATION SO I JUST WANTED TO URGENT DEAN LOGAN AND ALL THOSE THAT WILL BE WORKING THE IN-PERSON POLLING PLACES TO MAKE SURE THAT WE ARE PREPARED FOR PEOPLE TO DROP OFF THEIR VOTERS, PARTICULARLY EVEN ON ELECTION DAY, UP UNTIL THE TIME THE POLL CLOSES. IT REMINDS ME WHEN PEOPLE FILED THEIR TAXES LATE ON THE DEADLINE DAY, AND POSTAL WORKERS WOULD STAND OUTSIDE THE POST OFFICE WITH BUCKETS, MAKING IT VERY EASY FOR PEOPLE TO DRIVE UP AND DROP THEIR BALLOTS OFF. SO I HOPE THAT WE WILL MAKE SURE THAT’S AVAILABLE. I DON’T KNOW IF WE NEED ANYBODY STANDING OUTSIDE, FLIPPING THE STATUTE STATUE OF LIBERTY SIGNS IN THE POLLING LOCATION, BUT I CANNOT EMPHASIZE HOW MUCH THE PEOPLE’S VOTING PRIVILEGE IS, THEY FILL IT OUT AT HOME, AND WANT TO DROP IT OFF IN PERSON, DEAN, I HOPE YOU ARE LISTENING, WE WILL REALLY MAKE THAT IMPORTANT. AND I DO KNOW THAT AFTER LISTENING TO — I WAS SPELLBOUND WATCHING THE FUNERAL OF MY FORMER COLLEAGUE, JOHN LEWIS AND IN THE EULOGY WHERE HE EMPHASIZED VOTING IN NOVEMBER WHERE THAT WOULD UPHOLD AND CONTINUE TO HONOR THE LEGACY OF JOHN LEWIS AND HE CALLED US ALL OUT BY SAYING HE WANTED TO MAKE SURE WE WERE EXPANDING EARLY VOTING AND MAKING SURE THAT WE HAD ENOUGH

POLLING PLACES, PARTICULARLY IN COMMUNITIES THAT TYPICALLY HAVE BEEN UNDERSERVED SO I ALSO WANTED TO REITERATE WHAT SUPERVISOR KUEHL SAID, THAT MAYBE — I KNOW WE HAVE A MINIMUM THAT WE HAVE TO COMPLY IT WITH THE VOTER’S CHOICE ACT BUT I HOPE WE GO ABOVE THAT MINIMUM. I WOULD ACTUALLY LIKE TO SEE US GET TO A THOUSAND IN-PERSON POLLING PLACES, AND THE FACT THAT WE ARE NOW RE REDUCING THE TWO WEEKENDS, DOWN TO ONE WEEKEND, THAT MAYBE WE COULD DOUBLE UP OR INCREASE THE RESOURCES IN PARTS OF THE COUNTY WHERE WE KNOW TYPICALLY HAVE BEEN UNDERSERVED, AND TYPICALLY, LIKE TO VOTE IN PERSON I DON’T WANT US IN ANY WAY TO BE ACCUSED OF VOTER SUPPRESSION HERE IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY SO I WANT US TO BE A MODEL FOR THE NATION THIS TIME AROUND, WE HAVEN’T BEEN SO FAR IN SOME OF OUR PAST ELECTIONS, WE’VE HAD SOME MISTAKES, WE’VE HAD SOME KERFLUFFLES, BUT THIS IS KEY THIS IS IMPORTANT. SO MY TWO POINTS ARE: LET’S MAKE SURE THAT WE ARE PREPARED FOR THE ONSLAUGHT OF PEOPLE VOTING BY MAIL, BUT ALSO THE ONSLAUGHT OF PEOPLE DROPPING OFF THEIR BALLOTS, EVEN UP UNTIL 8:00PM ON ELECTION NIGHT AND ALSO, THAT WE MAY ENHANCE THE IN PERSON POLLING PLACES IN PARTS OF THE COUNTY THAT HAVE BEEN UNDERSERVED. THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR SOLIS, YOU WANTED TO SAY A FEW WORDS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: YES, THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR AND TO SUPERVISORS KUEHL AND HAHN FOR BRINGING THE MOTION BEFORE US A LOT HAVE BEEN SAID, BUT I WILL SAY THIS, THANK GOODNESS FOR THE CONGRESS, WE WILL HAVE A NOVEMBER ELECTION, AND THAT IS WHY WE HAVE THE DUTY TO MAKE SURE EVERYBODY IS ENGAGED IN AT LEAST COMING OUT TOVOTE DURING THAT WEEKEND, BEFORE, AND DURING ELECTION DAY AND ALSO MAKING SURE THAT WE USE OUR VOTE BY MAIL SYSTEM, BECAUSE THAT NEEDS TO BE EXPANDED, ESPECIALLY WITH COVID. AND I WANT TO SAY IN OUR AGENDA TODAY, WE WILL LEASE SPACE AND GIVEN ALL THE EQUIPMENT THAT HAS BEEN EQUIPMENT ACQUIRED TO FACILITATE THE VOTING, WE NEED A PLACE TO STORE IT, SO I HOPE THAT MOTION IS BEFOREULSE US AS WELL. I AM GLAD WE ARE USING THE DISASTER SERVICEWORKER PROGRAMS TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE, WE HAVE FULL TIME STAFF COVERING THE WHOLE ELECTION PROCESS, AND REALLY WANT TO ENCOURAGE OUR COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS AS WELL AS FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS TO COME AND — WELL, THEY DON’T EVEN NEED TO VOLUNTEER, THEY SIGN UP AND WILL GET A REI REIMBURSEMENT FOR PARTICIPATING, IT IS PART OF OUR CIVIC DUTY, I ENCOURAGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS TO HELP VOTE US AND ENSURE THAT EVERYONE HAS A FAIR CHANCE TO VOTE, IT IS GOING TO BE LIFE CHANGING THIS YEAR, THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU I AM LOOKING TO SEE IF ANYBODY WANTS TO SPEAK. I WILL SPEAK, AND THEN I WILL LET YOU SPEAK, SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS. THANK YOU SUPERVSOR KUEHL AND HAHN FOR REDUCING THIS MOTION, WE NEED TO LOOK AT VOTING CENTERS TO ENSURE IT IS EFFICIENT AND THE PUBLIC IS SERVED. I THANK THE AUTHORS FOR ACCEPTING THE FRIENDLY AMENDMENT ON THE STAFFING PLAN AND WAYS WE CAN I HEARING ON SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO IMPROVE THE SYSTEM AND ENHANCE THE VOTING EXPERIENCE FOR ALL SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: JUST A COUPLE OF QUESTIONS TO MR LOGAN AND THAT WOULD BE AS FOLLOWS THIS MOTION PRECLUDES THE DEPARTMENT FROM IMPLEMENTING THE 11 DAY VOTE CENTERS IN NOVEMBER, AS WAS DONE IN MARCH, THE FIRST QUESTION I WANT TO POSE. AND THE SECOND, HOW IS THE EFFORT GOING TO SECURE A COMMITMENT FROM PUBLIC FACILITIES, INCLUDING COUNTY BUILDINGS, SCHOOLS, TO SERVE AS VOTE CENTERS, IT SEEMS TO ME THE MORE ROBUST, THE CLOSER WE APPROXIMATE, FUFILLING THE PROMISES OF DEMOCRACY TO DEEPEN AND EXPAND THE FRANCHISE. MR LOGAN, TWO QUESTIONS >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU, SUPERVISORS. I APPRECIATE THE MOTION AND THE ONGOING SUPPORT

OF THIS BOARD AS WE PREPARE FOR THE NOVEMBER ELECTION AND REITERATE WHAT YOU SAID,S IS A VERY IMPORTANT ELECTION. AND WITH THE ADDITIONAL CONSTRAINTS WITH THE COVID PANDEMIC, PUT US IN A POSITION WHERE THE ADVANCED PLANNING AND THE GUIDANCE IS CRITICALLY IMPORTANT SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, SPECIFIC TO YOUR QUESTIONS, MY UNDERSTANDING OF THE MOTION, THE MOTION AND THE EXECUTIVE ORDER, THERE IS NOTHING HERE THAT PRECLUDES THE OPENING OF EARLY VOTING, VOTE CENTERS, DURING THE 11-DAY VOTING PERIOD, RATHER, THIS IS PLACING A PRIORITY ON THE FOUR TO FIVE DAY PERIOD BASED ON THE DATA AND ANALYTICS FROM THE PRIMARY. THE EXECUTIVE ORDER GIVES THE FLEXIBILITY WITHIN THAT 11-DAY PERIOD, FOR ALL OF THOSE DAYS, OR FOR PART OF THOSE DAYS, AND SO THE DEPARTMENT IS ACTIVELY RECRUITING VOTE CENTERS, WE ARE IN ACTIVE DIALOGUES WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE’S OFFICE AND OTHER ENTITIES, LOOKING AT VERY LARGE, HIGH-PROFILE LOCATIONS, LIKE SPORTS ARENAS AND CONVENTION CENTERS AND PLACES LIKE THAT, WHERE IT MAY BE APPROPRIATE AND IT MAY ACTUALLY HELP TO FLATTEN THE CURVE TO HAVE A VOTING EVENTS DURING THE EARLY VOTING PERIOD. BUT AGAIN, TO REALLY FOCUS, AS I UNDERSTAND THE MOTION, TO REALLY FOCUS THE FULL DISTRIBUTION OF VOTE CENTERS ON THAT LAST FOUR TO FIVE DAY PERIOD. AND TO YOUR SECOND QUESTION, SUPERVISOR, I CANNOT EMPHASIZE ENOUGH THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCESS AND AGREEMENT FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC FACILITIES FOR THIS ELECTION. AS WE DISCUSSED BEFORE, WE ARE FOCUSING ON THE QUALITY OF VOTE CENTERS, OVER THE QUANTITY, TO SUPERVISOR HAHN’S POINT, WE ARE ABSOLUTELY GOING TO FAR EXCEED THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENT, BUT WE WANT — WHAT WE WANT TO BE SURE IS THAT ALL OF THE VOTE CENTERS THAT ARE OPEN HAVE THE CAPACITY TO MOVE VOTERS QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY IN A WAY THAT KEEPS THEM SAFE AND SECURE. WE ARE WORKING WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE THE PROPER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT THERE, AS WELL AS THE TYPE OF SPACE FOR QUEUING AND SOCIAL DISTANCING TO ALLOW FOR THAT BUT WE — WE DEFINITELY NEED OUR PUBLIC FACILITIES. WE REACHED OUT TO SCHOOLS, WHICH ARE A PRIMARY SOURCE OF VOTE CENTERS, WE KNOW THAT THERE’S A LOT OF DISCUSSION GOING ON RIGHT NOW ABOUT WHAT THE STATUS OF SCHOOLS ARE GOING TO BE IN LATE OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER. BUT REGARDLESS OF THAT, THEY ARE AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT OF THE VOTING PROCESS AND THERE ARE FAMILIAR LOCATIONS TO PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITIES WE REALLY NEED THE COOPERATION AND ASSISTANCE FROM OUR SCHOOLS, WE ARE GOING TO ROLL OUT MOBILE VOTE CENTERS SO WE CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF LARGE OUT DOOR AREAS, WHERE WE CAN, TO AGAIN DO THAT BUT CITIES, COUNTIES, AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE IMPORTANT TO MEET THE CAPACITY NEEDS OF THE ELECTION >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: THANK YOU >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: VERY GOOD ALL RIGHT. SEEING THAT NO ONE ELSE WANTS TO SPEAK ON THIS ITEM, ITEM 6, AS AMENDED, IS BEFORE US. MOVED BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR HAHN TO APPROVE THE ITEM PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES, 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, WE ARE MOVING TO ITEM 10, THE COORDINATED SERVICE FOR OLDER ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES, HELD BY SUPERVISOR HAHN >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR AND SUPERVISOR KUEHL FOR CO-AUTHORING THIS MOTION THE POPULATION OF OLDER ADULTS IN L.A. COUNTY IS SKY ROCKETING, WE ALREADY ARE HOME TO 1/4 OF THE STATE’S OLDER ADULTS, THE POPULATION IS EXPECTED TO DOUBLE BY 2030. I SAID IT WAS OUR POPULATION, OF COURSE, I AM A PROUD MEMBER OF THE OLDER ADULT COMMUNITY AND, AS A COUNTY, I KNOW THAT YOU ALL KNOW THAT WE PROVIDE SO MANY IMPORTANT SERVICES TO OUR OLDER ADULTS FROM ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION, TO IN-HOME CARE, TO AFFORDABLE FOOD DELIVERY, AND THESE SERVICES HAVE ONLY EXPANDED DURING THE PANDEMIC NEARLY EVERY ONE OF OUR — NEARLY EVERY ONE OF OUR DEPARTMENTS HAS A PROGRAM AIMED AT HELPING OLDER ADULTS. BUT THAT, TOO, HAS CREATED SOME PROBLEMS, BECAUSE THESE PROBLEMS

ARE FRAGMENTED ACROSS OUR DEPARTMENTS, THEY CAN BE HARD FOR OLDER ADULTS, AND THEIR FAMILIES, TO ACCESS OR EVEN TO LEARN ABOUT. MY OFFICE CAME UP WITH THE IDEA OF CREATING A STAND ALONE OLDER ADULTS DEPARTMENT, WHERE ALL OF THESE PROGRAMS COULD BE HOUSED UNDER ONE ROOF, WITH WITH THE HOPES OF NOT ONLY MAKING THE PROGRAMS MORE EFFICIENT, BUT ALSO MAKING THEM MORE ACCESSIBLE IN MAKING LIFE EASIER FOR THE OLDER ADULTS THAT WE SERVE WE ASK FOR EXPERTS TO DO A DEEP DIVE ON THE ISSUE AND WHETHER CREATING A STAND ALONE DEPARTMENT IS EVEN A GOOD IDEA WE GOT THAT REPORT BACK LAST WEEK, WRITTEN BY DR. KATHLEEN WILLBURR, PROFESSOR OF JERENTOLOGY AND POLICY PLANNING DEVELOPMENT AT U.U.S.C.. SHE SD NOT ONLY IS IT A GOOD IDEA TO CREATE A STAND ALONE DEPARTMENT FOR OLDER ADULTS, IT IS NECESSARY IF WE’RE GOING TO CLOSE THE GAPS THAT EXIST IN OUR SAFETY NET FOR THIS POPULATION AND IN FACT, HER REPORT WAS TITLED: LOS ANGELES NEEDS A STRONG VISIBLE DEPARTMENT OF AGING. DR. WILLBURR WENT A STEP FURTHER AND RECOGNIZED THE OVERLAP BETWEEN THE SERVICES THE COUNTY PROVIDES TO OLDER ADULTS AND TO ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES, AND RECOMMENDED CREATING THE NEW DEPARTMENT THAT SERVES BOTH POPULATIONS THE SERVICES WE PROVIDE TO ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES ARE FRAGMENTED BETWEEN DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS WITHOUT ONE FIGHTING FOR ACCESSIBILITY AND INCLUSIVITY. THE MOTION IN FRONT OF US TODAY TAKES DR WILLBURR’S RECOMMENDATIONS INTO ACCOUNT AND ASKS OUR COUNTY DEPARTMENTS TO DO TWO THINGS TO PREPARE FOR CREATING THIS NEW DEPARTMENT. ONE, IT ASKS THE CEO TO FIGURE OUT HOW WE CAN FINANCE THE CREATION OF A STAND ALONE DEPARTMENT THAT SOLELY FOCUSES ON SERVING OLDER ADULTS AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES TWO, IT LOOKS AT HOW WE CAN IMPROVE SERVICES TO THESE POPULATIONS IN THE MEANTIME, AND PREPARE FOR THIS NEW DEPARTMENT IT DOES THIS BY CREATING BOTH A LEADERSHIP COUNSEL AND A FUNDER’S TABLE. THE LEADERSHIP COUNSEL WOULD BRING TOGETHER REPRESENTATIVES FROM 20 COUNTY AGENCIES SERVING OLDER ADULTS AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES WHILE ENGAGE WITH THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES, AND LABOR TO COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS, SO THEY CAN COORDINATE THEIR EFFORTS AND BEGIN BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS THAT HAVE PREVENTED THE SERVICES FROM BEING AS ACCESSIBLE AS POSSIBLE THE FUNDER’S TABLE WOULD HELP ORGANIZE A PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WITH LOCAL THOUGHT LEADERS WHO HAVE ALREADY MADE SO MUCH PROGRESS IN SERVING THESE COMMUNITIES VERY CHALLENGING POSITION RIGHT NOW AS A COUNTY, FISCALLY AND WE PROBABLY DON’T HAVE THE RESOURCES, NOR DO WE WANT TO PRIORITIZE THIS TO CREATE A WHOLE NEW DEPARTMENT RIGHT NOW BUT I ALSO KNOW THAT WE NEED TO START LAYING THE GROUNDWORK, SO THAT WHEN THE TIME IS RIGHT, WE CAN MOVE QUICKLY TO GET THIS DEPARTMENT UP AND RUNNING I WANT TO THANK THE SPEAKERS WHO CALLED IN DURING PUBLIC COMMENT WHO SPOKE IN FAVOR OF THIS MOTION, AND CREATING THIS DEPARTMENT. I ANY THERE WAS ONE SPEAKER THAT WAS CONCERNED THAT THE REPORT DIDN’T GO FAR ENOUGH IN TERMS OF HOW WE WOULD SERVE ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES BUT AGAIN, AS WE MOVE FORWARD, THAT’S A LOT OF INFORMATION WE WILL COLLECT AND RECEIVE AS WE THINK ABOUT CREATING THIS NEW DEPARTMENT. SO AGAIN, I WANTED TO THANK MY COMMISSIONER, CARMIN REYES, ON THE COUNTY COMMISSION FOR OLDER ADULTS AS WELL AS ALL OF THOSE WHO CAME TODAY. AND IF YOU ARE CONCERNS THIS IS NOT THE RIGHT TIME, I HEAR YOU. BUT I DO THINK WE CAN MOVE FORWARD WITH THIS ITEM TODAY IN HOPES THAT WHEN IT TIME IS RIGHT, WE COULD BE READY TO CREATE THIS — WHAT I THINK IS A LONG, OVERDUE DEPARTMENT FOR A VERY IMPORTANT AND GROWING POPULATION HERE IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY. THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: YES, MADAM CHAIR, JUST VERY QUICKLY, I WANT TO THANK SUPERVISOR HAHN FOR THE WORK SHE HAS DONE ON THIS AND BEING A CONSTANT INSISTER ON ANSWERS TO, OF COURSE, FOR THE NEED FOR IT AND THE ONLY THINK I WOULD ADD IS THAT THE REALLY USEFUL THING ABOUT A DEPARTMENT IS NOT JUST THAT IT CENTRALIZES SERVICES, BUT THAT IT CENTRALIZES FOCUS THIS COUNTY CARES ABOUT ITS OLDER ADULTS, BUT IT CARES ABOUTS IT IN A FRACTURED WAY, IT IS DIFFICULT FOR THEM TO ACCESS

ALL OF THE THINGS THAT ARE AVAILABLE TO US, BUT IT IS ALSO NOT A HIGH FOCUS FOR US AND I THINK THAT THIS UNDERSCORES THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS GROWING POPULATION AND WOULD HELP US DELIVER THE SERVICES THAT WE SEE AS SO NECESSARY. THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. I JUST — I WANTED TO THANK SUPERVISOR HAHN AND SUPERVISOR KUEHL FOR THE MOTION I THINK A LOT OF GOOD THOUGHT AND INTENSION HAS GONE INTO BOTH THIS MOTION AND THE MOTION BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS ON THE WORKFORCE DEPARTMENT THE REPORT BACK YOU RECEIVED HAS SOME INTERESTING PERSPECTIVES I WOULD LIKE TO HIGHLIGHT TO THE BOARD TODAY. OLDER ADULT ARE FACING NEW CHALLENGES AS NEVER BEFORE DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, STAYING AT HOME OR THE CONGREGATE LIVING FACILITY CAN INCREASE LONELINESS, NEAR OF GETTING MEDICAL TESTS THAT CAN BE LIFE SAVING AND IDENTIFYING EARLY ISSUES, OR INCREASED EXPOSURE TO COVID IN THE CASE OF THE CONGREGATE LIVING SITES. IN THE REPORT BACK, THE RESEARCHER IDENTIFIES THAT THROUGHOUT A DECADE, A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT REPORTS WERE COMMISSIONED FOR DIFFERENT ADULTS ENLOS ANGELES, A NUMBER OF KEY ISSUES EMERGED AS IMPORTANT TO THE POPULATION, ONE IS THE AFFORDABILITY OF HOUSING AND THE OTHS THEIR FINANCIAL CONCERNS. THIS IS EXACTLY THE REASON THAT PROP 13 WAS PASSED IN THE 1970S, WE HAVE TO PROTECT ELDERLY FROM PROPERTY TAXES TO PAY FOR ADDITIONAL GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS, WHY WE OPPOSE THE ROLE IN MY OPINION, THE TIMING IS NOT RIGHT, DUE TO WHAT COVID HAS DONE TO THE BUSINESS COMMUNITIES, THIS BOARD WILL VOTE TO SUPPORT PROP 15 TODAY, BUT IT IS THE ELDERLY LANDLORD, SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS WHO ARE PRIMARILY MINORITY OR THOSE TRYING TO EKE OUT OF A NEW BUSINESS THAT IS CLOSED DUE TO COVID. I WANT TO BE SUPPORTIVE TO THE ELDERLY AND KEEP THEM IN OUR HOMES, I KNOW WE ALL MUST WORK TO PROTECT THEM. THE AUTHORS MENTIONED WE SHOULD EXPLORE FUNDING RESOURCES, INCLUDING A SALES TAX INCREASE I WANT TO SAY IF WE WANT TO MOV CONTRACTING, SHARING DATA THROUGHOUT THE INTEGRATED DATA SYSTEMS AND LOOKING AT A MERGER OF THE CITY, I AM OPPOSED TO TAXES WHEN SO MANY ARE IN NEED AND STRUGGLING TO PAY THEIR BILLS. I THINK IT IS TRULY A SHAME TO REPORT BACK THAT — THAT THE REPORT BACK CAME IN THE MIDDLE OF COVID RATHER THAN THE ORIGINAL DATA EXPECTED. IF THIS CONVERSATION WAS HELD AT THE BOARD, PRECOVID, IT WOULD HAVE HELPED TO LOOK CRITICALLY AT WHERE THE PAIN POINTS ARE AND HOW TO FIX THEM. AND YET, THERE IS NEVER A GOOD TIME FOR REORGANIZATION. AND I SAY THAT WE DON’T KNOW WHAT THE COSTS ARE, WE HAVE A CEO, AND IT DIRECTS THE CEO TO FIND, AND ONLY SO MUCH MONEY THE CEO CAN FIND, GIVEN WE ARE FACING LAY OFFS IF WE DO NOT GET A FEDERAL SUPPORT IN FUNDING IN THE NEXT FISCAL YEAR. AND I JUST THINK THAT WHILE THE INTENTION IS GOOD, THE TIMING IS BAD. AND THAT IS WHY I HAVE SERIOUS CONCERNS ABOUT NOT ONLY THIS MOTION, BUT THE OTHER ONE AS IT RELATES TO CREATING TWO DEPARTMENTS THAT WILL HAVE TWO ADDITIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE SECTIONS, AND EVEN THE COST CANNOT BE QUANTIFIED IN A DEFINITIVE MANNER SO THAT — I WANT TO PUT THAT ON THE RECORD >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: MADAM CHAIR? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: YES, THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR. I WANT TO THANK SUPERVISOR HAHN AND KUEHL FOR THEIR PASSION ON THIS ISSUE THIS IS SOMETHING THAT ALL OF US FEEL DEEPLY ABOUT, A CONCERN, ESPECIALLY HOW THE PANDEMIC HAS REALLY TAKEN A HARSH TOLL ON OUR OLDER ADULTS, ESPECIALLY THOSE WITH DISABILITIES. AND WE KNOW THAT THE HEALTH ORDER AND THE PROTOCOLS MEANT TO KEEP US SAFE HAVE DISRUPTED THEIR LIVES, THEY ARE STRUGGLING FINANCIALLY AND EMOTIONALLY, IN OUR DISTRICT, 12,600 OLDER ADULTS IN EAST LOS ANGELES NEED HELP TO LIVE INDEPENDENTLY FURTHERMORE, 5,000 SENIORS IN EAST L.A. LIVE BELOW THE FEDERAL POVERTY LEVEL, IT WILL DOUBLE BY 2030. SO WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO SERVE ALL OF OUR CONSTITUENTS AND PROVIDE CULTURALLY AND LINGUISTICALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES. I WANT TO THANK THE COUNTY DEPARTMENTS FOR STEPPING UP DURING THE PANDEMIC, I WANT TO HIGHLIGHT THE AGING SERVICES FOR THEIR AMAZING WORK IN PROVIDING SUPPORT AND MEALS TO OUR SENIORS, ESPECIALLY IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF 744,000 POUNDS OF FOOD, PROVIDING EMERGENCY FOOD AND SUPPLIES TO 83,000 SENIORS AND THEIR STAFF HAVE MADE OVER 23,000 REASSURANCE CALLS TO CHECK IN WITH SENIORS

BUT I DO KNOW, AND I AGREE BOTH WITH SUPERVISOR HAHN AND KUEHL, THAT A SINGLE VISIBLE COHESIVE AND COORDINATED EFFORT WOULD HELP US OUT TREMEMDSLY. THE AGE FRIENDLY ACTION PLAN THROUGH PA.A.L.A. THE INITIATIVE HAS ESTABLISHED THERE’S A NEED FOR A STAND ALONE DEPARTMENT THAT PROVIDES SERVICES TO OLDER ADULTS, AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES. SO THE TIME IS RIGHT, AND I SUPPORT BOTH MY COLLEAGUES IN THE MOTION. THANK YOU VERY MUCH, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR. IT WAS A VERY NICE CARRY FROM ONE ITEM TO THE OTHER. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT PROP 15, IN TERMS OF ITEM 57, WHERE WE ARE TALKING ABOUT N N.C.C. BUT THERE’S A COUPLE THINGS THAT I WOULD LIKE TO ADD TO WHAT YOU SAID. IT IS NOT LIKE WE DON’T HAVE A DEPARTMENT ALREADY. WE HAVE WE.E.D.A.X. I IS A HUMONGOUS DEPARTMENT, AND THAT WOULD SIMPLY BE DIVIDED IN TWO. I DO UNDERSTAND THAT WE WOULD BE ASKED TO SUPPORT TWO DEPARTMENTS, BUT I DON’T — IT IS NOT LEAK WE ARE SUDDENLY JUMPING UP TWO BRAND NEW DEPARTMENTS AND THE OTHER THING IS, OF COURSE, IN TERMS OF OF WHAT YOU CALL A SPLIT ROLE IN THE ITEM THAT WE’RE GOING TO CONSIDER LATER, YOU HAVE TO BE VERY CAREFUL TO HONESTLY SAY THAT PEOPLE WHO OWN RENTAL PROPERTY, WHERE IT IS RESIDENTIAL, WILL NOT BE SUBJECTED TO THESE NEW TAXES, NO HOUSES, NO RENTERS, NO PEOPLE WITH RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. SO I KNOW YOU TALKED ABOUT BUSINESS OWNERS, WE WILL TALK ABOUT THAT LATER, I WANT TO BE ON THE RECORD TO SEE IF I CAN MEET YOUR SHOT THANKS >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: IS THAT A DROP THE MIC MOMENT? I THINK IT IS, AND 25 DID PASS, SUPERVISOR KUEHL, JUST FOR THE RECORD >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: OH, GOOD >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AND I STAND BY MY COMMENT AND WANTED TO SAY YOU HAVE A DEPARTMENT AND I FEEL THE TIMING TO INCREASE GOVERNMENT WHEN WE ARE LOOKING AT POSSIBLE LAYOFFS AND — >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: MADAM CHAIR, THIS IS NOT CREATING A NEW DEPARTMENT, I SAID IT IN MY REMARKS, THIS IS NOT A GOOD TIME RIGHT NOW TO CREATE A NEW DEPARTMENT. BUT LET’S GET ALL OF OUR FACTS SO THAT IF IT IS A GOOD TIME LATER, WE ARE READY TO DO IT >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: OKAY, THANK YOU >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: I LOVED THAT SHEILA TALKED ABOUT KAREMS, HOW MANY OF YOU PLAYED THAT? I DID >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: WITH TYNKER TOYS >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AND HAVE THE CC.E…E…0…O F, AGAIN, I THINK IT IS IRRESPONSIBLE, AS LEADERS, TO DO THAT. AND I READ THE MOTION, ESTABLISH A CREATION OF THE NEW COUNTY DEPARTMENT DEDICATED TO SERVING THESE TWO POPULATIONS, AND REPORT BACK. AND THAT’S WHERE I GOT CREATION OF A NEW COUNTY DEPARTMENT AND THAT WAS OUT OF THE MOTION, NUMBER 10 SO WITH THAT, WOULD ANYONE ELSE LIKE TO SPEAK ON THIS? HEARING NOBODY, MOVED BY SUPERVISOR HAHN, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL, MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR ABSTAINS. MOTION CARRIES, 4-0, WITH ONE ABTENSION >>SUP. HAHN, CHAIR: 16, EXCLUDING IMMIGRANTS FROM THE 2020 CENSUS COUNT >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: YES, THANK YOU TO SUPERVISOR KUEHL FOR COAUTHORING THE MOTION, SHE FEELS AS STRONGLY AS I DO, AND ONLY SERVED TO UNDERMINE OUR AMERICAN VALUES. JULY 21ST, THE PRESIDENT ISSUED A MEMO EXCLUDING FROM THE APPORTIONMENT COUNT, THE COUNT USED TO APPORTION CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATION. SINCE THE PRESIDENT WAS BLOCKED TO INCLUDE A CITIZENSHIP QUESTION IN THE TWEN 202020 CENSUS, HE IS VIOLATING THE CONSTITUTION BY LEAVING UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS OUT OF THE COUNT. HE IS IGNORING THE 14TH AMENDMENT, WHICH STATES THAT CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES SHALL BE APPORTIONED AMONG THE STATES ACCORDING TO THEIR NUMBERS, COUNTING THEM IN EACH STATE, EXCLUDING NATIVE AMERICANS NOT TAXED

THE ACTION TO EXCLUDE CERTAIN NON CITIZENS IN THE 2020 CENSUS WOULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO JURISDICTIONS, SUCH AS HERE IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY, THAT IS HOME TO 3.5 MILLION RESIDENTS BORN IN ANOTHER COUNTRY, AND RESIDE HER ONLY WOULD THE POLICY RESULT IN THE LOSS OF UP TO THREE CONGRESSIONAL SEATS IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, IT REVISED A CHILLING EFFECT TO COMBAT AN ACCURATE COUNT FOR OUR RESIDENTS. L.A. COUNTY IS ONE OF THE HARDEST TO COUNT REGIONS ALWAYS BECAUSE IMMIGRANTS FEAR IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT AND DON’T TRUST THEIR PERSONAL INFORMATION WILL BE PROTECTED THIS CENSUS MEMORANDUM KEEPS THE FEAR ALIVE, AMONG OUR IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES, THE CENSUS IS MANDATED BY THE U.S CONSTITUTION AND USED TO DETERMINE NOT ONLY HOW MANY SEATS IN THE CONGRESS EACH STATE GETS, BUT TO ALLOCATE BILLIONS IN FEDERAL FUNDING TO OUR STATES AND COUNTIES AND IT WOULD UNDER CUT RESULT IN HAVING US BEING UNDERREPRESENTED AND UNDER FUNDED, IN CRITICAL PROGRAMS LIKE HEALTHCARE, FOOD ASSISTANCE, HOUSING VOUCHERS, AND SO MANY SAFETY NET SERVICES THAT ARE VULNERABLE RESIDENTS ARE COUNTING ON, ESPECIALLY NOW WITH COVID-19 AND THE PANDEMIC, WHEN IS THIS GOING TO END. THAT IS WHY TODAY, I CALL ON MY COLLEAGUES TO JOIN ME IN SUPPORT OF THE MOTION SO THAT L.A COUNTY MAY TAKE LEGAL ACTION TO CHALLENGE THIS UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND DISCRIMINATORY POLICY THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR. I AM HAPPY TO COAUTHOR THIS, EVERY TIME I THINK, OH, THE WHITE HOUSE HAS DONE EVERYTHING THEY ARE GOING TO DO TO STOP PEOPLE FROM VOTING, AND STOP PEOPLE FROM BEING COUNTED, AND UNDER MEAN THE CENSUS, ALONG COMES A NEW THING. AND I KNOW WE WILL TALK ABOUT THE SHORTENNING OF THE CENSUS TIME, IN ITEM 32, I AM HAPPY TO CO-AUTHOR THIS, THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS AND AIMED SO MUCH AT STATES THAT HAVE NOT BEEN INCREDIBLY SUPPORTIVE OF THE WHITE HOUSE. WE NEED TO BE ENGAGED IN THIS, THIS IS A DIRECT THREAT TO OUR REPRESENTATION, AND I AM HAPPY TO COAUTHOR IT. THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: THANK YOU, I WANTED TO THANK SUPERVISOR SOLIS AND KUEHL FOR BRINGING THIS FORWARD, WE NEED TO BE ON THE RECORD AND RAISE OUR VOICE AGAINST THIS PRESIDENTIAL MEMORANDUM THAT GOES WELL BEYOND THE APPALLING SCARE TACTICS AND INTIMIDATION WE HAVE SEEN. THIS ADMINISTRATION USE AGAINST OUR IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY, TO TRY AND DISSUADE THEM FROM FILLING OUT THE CENSUS IN THE FIRST PLACE WHAT HE IS DOING THIS TIME IS BLATANTLY UNCONSTITUTIONAL, WE KNOW THE CONSTITUTION IS EXPLICIT, THAT CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES SHALL BE APPORTIONED AMONG THE SEVERAL STATES ACCORDING TO THEIR RESPECTIVE MEMBERS, COUNTING THE NUMBER OF PERSONS IN EACH STATE, NOT EXCEPT THOSE RESIDING EACH WITHOUT DOCUMENTATION, AND IT DOES NOT GIVE THE PRESIDENT THE AUTHORITY TO EXCLUDE ANY GROUP FROM COUNTED IN THE CENSUS. I THANK YOU FOR TAKING A STAND, I AM CONFIDENT THE COURTS WILL RULE AGAINST THE MEMORANDUM, IT IS IMPORTANT WE KEEP TELLING EVERYBODY EQUALLY THEY NEED TO COMPLETE THE CENSUS. THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. I SEE THAT NO ONE ELSE HAS REQUESTED TO SPEAK. SO ITEM 16 IS BEFORE US, MOVED BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL, TO APPROVE THE ITEM. MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: 16 IS BEFORE YOU. SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: WE WILL RETURN TO 82, ANNEXATION FOR THE LIGHTING DISTRICT FOR CHARTER OAK ISLANDS, COVINA, AND THE CITY OF PARAMOUNT. PLEASE REPORT ON THE BALLOT TABULATION RESULTS >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MADAM CHAIR AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, A DETERMINATION HAS BEEN MADE THAT NO MAJORITY PROTESTS EXIST AGAINST THE PROPOSED ANNEXATION OF LEVY FOR 2-116, 6-116, 54-116, AND 32-116, PROPOSED FOR ANNEXATION COUNTY LIGHTING DISTRICT 1687 AND 10066 AND

COUNTY LIGHTING DISTRICT LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING ACT ONE, UNINCORPORATED AND PARAMOUNT ZONES, IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR THE BOARD TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION ORDERING THE ANNEXATION AND LEVY OF THE AMENDMENT AND THE JOINT RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE NEGOTIATED EXCHANGE AND PROPERTY TAX REVENUES RESULTING FROM THE ANNEXATION OF TERRITORIES >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: 82 IS BEFORE US. I WILL MOVE IT, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS, TO APPROVE THE ITEM. MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER, AYE. MOTION CARRIES 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, NOW WE WILL GO BACK TO ITEM 20, ACTIVATING AID FOR RESIDENTS THAT DO NOT ISOLATE COMFORTABLY AT HOME. SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: YES, THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR, FOR MANY MONTHS WE HAVE ASKED RESIDENTS TO STAY AT HOME AND GENERALLY PEOPLE ARE SAFER AT HOME, HOWEVER, THE BOARD KNOWS THAT MANY OF OUR RESIDENTS CANNOT EASILY ISOLATE, THIS MAY BE BECAUSE THEY DON’T HAVE A HOME IN WHICH TO ISOLATE, LIKE OUR NEIGHBORS, OR THEY ARE EXPERIENCING CHILD ABUSE OUR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THEY ARE NOT ALWAYS SAFER AT HOME. AND FOR SO MANY, ISOLATING AT HOME DOES NOT CONOTE RELAXATION, OR REST, IT IS STRESSFUL, WONDERING IF THEIR EMPLOYERS WILL TAKE THEM BACK TO WORK, OR SPENDING THEIR TIME ON THE PHONE WITH A CONTACT TRACER, THEY CANNOT USE A SMARTPHONE DELIVERY OR HAVE GROCERIES DROPPED. THEY LIVE IN THEIR HOME FOR WEEKS AT A HOME, EXPERIENCING SYMPTOMS OR AWAITING TEST RESULTS WITHOUT ENOUGH FOOD, MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES, AND OTHER SUPPORTS THAT ARE IMPORTANT. THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE FOR THE LATINX COMMUNITY, THE LATINX RESIDENTS ARE 3 TIMES MORE LIKELY TO TEST POSITIVE THAN OTHER RESIDENTS IN CALIFORNIA. WE HAVE TO ACTIVATE THE FULL SCOPE OF AID FOR RESIDENTS THAT CAN ISOLATE AT HOME, WE NEED TO ENSURE THEY HAVE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, FOOD, HEALTHCARE, AND WHATEVER THEY NEED. THAT IS WHY I BROUGHT THE MOTION, IN OTHER GOVERNMENTS, THEY ARE BRINGING CARE PACKAGES TO RESIDENTS WHO QUARANTINE AND THIS BOARD AND COUNTY DEPARTMENTS CARE AND MAKE CLEAR OF THAT THROUGH THE ACTIONS, THE ARE EXAMPLES OF THAT EACH DAY, I WILL DO CHALLENGES TO LOOK A LITTLE BIT MORE, FURTHER, AND WHAT IT MEANS TO PROVIDE A SAFETY NET. IN BOYLE HEIGHTS, WE LAUNCHED A TESTING SITE, IN ADDITION TO TING, THOSE SERVES WILL RECEIVE WRAP AROUND SERVICES, HEALTH CARE, AND WHATEVER OTHER SUPPORT THEY NEED LET’S LOOK AT THAT MODEL AND SEE IF IT IS WORTH EXPANDING, OUR DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH IS ALLOCATING $10 MILLION TO SUPPORT NAVIGATION, CASE MANAGEMENT, AND CONNECTIONS FOR ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE THESE ARE CRITICAL EFFORTS, AND I SPEND — WE WILL REFER TO SOCIALLY DISTANCE AND PHYSICALLY DISTANCE AND THE REALITY IS SO MANY ARE ISOLATED AND DISTANCED FROM THEIR LOVED ONES, ESPECIALLY ON ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE ORDERS. THE MOTION DIRECTS THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND RELEVANT DEPARTMENTS TO ASSIST WHETHER WE NEED CONTACT TRACERS AND HOW TO PRIORITIZE WORKERS DISLOCATED AS A RESULT OF COVID FOR RAPID REEMPLOYMENT, AND IT DIRECTS THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH TO PARTNER WITH THE OFFICE OF IMMIGRANT AFFAIRS TO ENSURE CONTACT TRACING PROGRAM LINGUISTICALLY AND IMMIGRATION RESPONSIVE TO THE NEEDS OF IMMIGRANTS AND THE FAMILIES THE MOTION DIRECTS DPH AND DPS TO WORK WITH THE BOYLE HEIGHTS TESTING PARTNERS TO DETERMINE WHETHER IT SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED IN OTHER COUNTY AREAS. LASTLY, THE MOTION LOOKS TO SEE WHETHER THE COUNTY CAN IMPLEMENT A FOOD DELIVERY PROGRAM FOR THOSE THAT DO NOT MEET QUALIFICATIONS BUT ARE REQUIRED TO ISOLATE AT HOME I ASK MY COLLEAGUES TO SUPPORT THIS MOTION, THANK YOU >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. NOBODY HAS REQUESTED TO SPEAK, MOVED BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS. PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: 20 IS BEFORE YOU. SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES, 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: NOW WE ARE ON ITEM 23, CREATING A HEAT EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN

FOR LOS ANGELES COUNTY, THAT WAS ALSO HELD BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: THANK YOU SO MUCH MADAM CHAIR, AS THE COUNTY EXPERIENCING CHANGING CLIMATE CONDITIONS, HEAT WAVES THAT ARE LONGER AND MORE FREQUENT, WE ARE GOING THROUGH ONE NOW, EXTREME HEAT EVENTS AND DROUGHT FROM CHANGING CLIMATE CONDITIONS THAT IMPACT OUR PUBLIC HEALTH. WITH THESE CHANGING CONDITIONS, L.A COUNTY IS WORKING DILIGENTLY TO PROTECT OUR MOST VULNERABLE, ESPECIALLY PEOPLE 65 AND OLDER, INDIVIDUALS WITH PREEXISTING MEDICAL CONDITIONS AND THOSE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS AND LIMITED RESOURCES. THE OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND THE COUNTY HAVE UNDER TAKEN STRATEGIES TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC, INCLUDING THE USE OF COOLING CENTERS, BEFORE THE PANDEMIC, VULNERABLE POPULATIONS WERE ABLE TO ACCESS AIR CONDITIONED FACILITIES, MALLS, MOVIE THEATERS, LIBRARIES, AND PLACES OF WORSHIP. IN LIGHT OF THE PANDEMIC, MANY HIGH RISK INDIVIDUALS DO NOT HAVE ACCESS, AS THESE LOCATIONS ARE MOSTLY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. THERE ARE COOLING CENTERS THROUGHOUT THE 5 SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICTS, EVIDENCE HAVE SHOWN THAT COOLING CENTERS HAVE LOW ATTENDANCE AND NOT USED BY VULNERABLE POPULATIONS. SO I BELIEVE WE NEED TO LOOK AT THE ISSUE THROUGH AN EQUITY LENS AND USE EQUITY-BASED CRITERIA TO LOCATE COOLING CENTERS THAT BENEFIT THE MOST VULNERABLE, DIRECTING OEM, WEKAC, AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS TO MAKE A EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN TO ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS AND EQUITY AS A PART OF COOLING CENTER’S RESPONSE. THE HEAT EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN, WE ARE REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS TO DEVELOP AN IMMEDIATE ACTION PLAN TO DEVELOP EQUITY-BASED CRITERIA DURING THE PANDEMIC AND EXPAND THE COOLING CENTERS ESTABLISHED BEYOND THE COUNTY AND CITY FACILITIES FOR VENUES LIKE SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, AND OTHER PLACES. WE LOOK FORWARD TO THE REPORT BACK ON THIS EQUITY-BASED CRITERIA FOR BOTH PLANS A WELL-THOUGHT OUT PLAN WILL HELP SAVE LIVES WHEN THE TEMPERATURES RISE. THANK YOU, AND PLEASE VISIT L.A COUNTY.GOV/HEAT OR CALL 211 FOR CURRENT COOLING CENTER LOCATIONS, I ASK FOR YOUR AYE VOTES >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU, SUPERVISORS. AND I DEFINITELY SUPPORT THIS, AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY, IT WAS PRO PROJECTED IT WAS GOING TO BE IN THE LOW 100S, 107, AND THERE IS A GREAT NEED OUT THERE DURING THESE TIMES, IT WAS SUPPOSED TO COOL DURING THIS WEEKEND, I SUPPORT THIS AND WILL SUPPORT IT WITH THAT, MOVED BY SUPERVISOR SOLIS, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR HAHN, MADAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: 23 IS BEFORE YOU SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR SOLIS, AYE SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, AYE SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL, AYE SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN, AYE SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES 5-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: REPORT ON COUNTY’S EFFORTS WITH THE 2020 CENSUS, HELD BY SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: THANK YOU MADAM CHAIR, I’D LIKE TO THANK THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR THEIR DILIGENT WORK IN ENSURING AN ACCURATE COUNT OF THE COUNTY AND WOULD LIKE TO INVITE THEM TO PRESENT UNDER THE QUARTERLY REPORT, WITH YOUR PERMISSION, AND I WILL FOLLOW UP WITH ANY ADDITIONAL REMARKS >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THAT IS FINE. DO YOU WANT TO — >>SPEAKER: GOOD AFTERNOON, SUPERVISORS. I AM TIANA WITH THE STRATEGIC INTEGRATION BRANCH, WHICH INCLUDES THE CENSUS EFFORT, THANK YOU FOR BRINGING TOGETHER THE CAMPAIGN, EVERY RESIDENT KNOWS ABOUT AND HAS ACCESS TO AND COMPLETES THE 2020 CENSUS. AND A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE POPULATION IS MADE UP OF COMMUNITIES THAT ARE TRADITIONALLY AMONG THE HARDEST TO COUNT. THESE INCLUDE PEOPLE OF COLOR, IMMIGRANTS, CHILDREN, AND RENTERS, THAT IS WHY THE COUNTY’S OUTREACH EFFORTS HAVE FOCUSED ON THESE GROUPS SO YOU CAN MAXIMIZE THE PARTICIPATION IN THE CENSUS. THERE ARE

EFFORTS UNDER WAY BY THE BUREAU, THE STATE, SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS TO PROMOTE THE CENSUS, AND WE SOUGHT TO ALIGN THE CAMPAIGN WITH THE EFFORTS TO BE EFFECTIVE AND OUR APPROACH WAS BASED ON STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT AND ACTIVATE COMMUNITY DEPARTMENTS, TO IMPLEMENT A COMPREHENSIVE SET OF OUTREACH ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING MEDIA, AS WELL TO ORGANIZE AND PARTICIPATE IN LIVE EVENTS, TO MORE DIRECTLY ENGAGE RESIDENTS ABOUT THE CENSUS. AS YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH, THE MARCH TIMELINE UNFOLDED AND UNFORTUNATELY, SHORTLY AFTER THE COUNTY LAUNCHED THE CENSUS CAMPAIGN, THE COVID-19 CRISIS SEVERELY LIMITED THE COUNTY’S ABILITY TO DO IN PERSON OUTREACH. THIS REQUIRED US TO RETHINK OUR CAMPAIGN STRATEGY AND CANCEL ALL IN PERSON ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING HUNDREDS OF PUBLIC COUNTY WIDE ASSISTANCE KIOSKS, WHICH ARE PLACES WHERE INTERNET ENABLED DEVICES ARE AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE TO FILL OUT THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE THE COUNTY QUICKLY PIVOTED THE CAMPAIGN TO SAFELY AND EFFECTIVELY REACH PEOPLE AT HOME IN SEVERAL WAYS. WE DID IT VIA AN AGGRESSIVE SOCIAL MEDIA AND DIGITAL VIDEO CAMPAIGN, PEOPLE CAN SEE THE CONTENT ON THE PHONES, TABLETS, AND COMPUTERS WE EMPLOYED APPROACHES TO REACH 853,000 HOUSEHOLDS, WITH ADS VIA DIRECT MAIL. WE CONTINUED MOBILIZATION OF PARTNERS WITH AN ONLINE TOOLKIT THAT HAD MATERIALS IN SEVERAL LANGUAGES, WE HAD CUSTOMZED MESSAGES THROUGH EMAIL LISTS AND PRINTED FLYERS AT DISTRIBUTION LOCATIONS, WE DID OUTREACH TO SOUND THE ALARM ON LOW RESPONSE RATE AND TO UNDER CORE THE URGENCY IN THE COMMUNITY AND WE ENGAGED PEOPLE IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS, INSTALLING POSTERS AND SIGNAGE IN THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION. AND WE PLACED SIGNAGE ON METRO BUSES AND IN NEIGHBORHOODS AND EVEN THOUGH WE HAVE BEEN NIMBLE TO FACE, IN THE FACE OF COVID, TO MAKE SURE THAT OUR COUNTY GETS COUNTED, WE STILL NEED TO UNDER CORE THE URGENCY OF RESPONSE RATES. IT IS LAGGING IN RESPONSE TO THE CENSUS. THE CURRENT RATE IS ROUGHLY 60 PERCENT, COMPARED TO 64.3 PERCENT IN THE STATE, AND 63 PERCENT ACROSS THE NATION, AND IN SOME VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES, THE NUMBERS ARE MUCH LOWER TO INCREASE THESE NUMBERS, WE ARE IT DIRECTING OUTREACH TO LOWER RESPONSE RATES, AND LOOKING D, THE CENSUS BUREAU WILL SEND OUT ENUMERATERS IN AUGUST. WE WILL ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO SELF RESPOND BY INTERNET, PHONE, AND BY MAIL THE CENSUS BUREAU ANNOUNCED PLANS TO END ALL PERSON COUNTY EFFORTS ON SEPTEMBER 30TH, A MONTH EARLIER THAN ANNOUNCED IT EXTENDED THE SELF RESPONSE PERIOD INTO HALLOWEEN BECAUSE OF A RECOGNIZED NECESSITY. THEY REMOVED REFERENCES TO THE HALLOWEEN WEBSITE. THIS CHANGE COMES AT THE LAST MINUTE AND TH THREATENSS THE COMPLETENESS AND ACCURACY OF THE ASSESSMENT, OUR COUNTY IS THE MOST POPULOUS IN THE NATION. THE IN PERSON FOLLOW UP IS ESSENTIAL TO REACHING HOUSEHOLDS IN HARD TO COUNT AREAS, AND OUR TEAM IS WORKING WITH PARTNERS HERE, IN SACRAMENTO, AND IN DC TO IDENTIFY OPTIONS TO PROTECT THE COUNTY’S INTEREST IN A COMPLETE CENSUS COUNT. WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR THE BOARD’S SUPPORT IN GETTING THE WORD OUT, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, WE ARE URGING EVERY RESIDENT TO COMPLETE THE CENSUS WE EMBRACE L.A. COUNTY’S DIVERSITY AND WILL ENSURE EVERYONE IS COUNTED. THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MUST NOT LEAVE OUR VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES UNDER FUNDED AND UNDERREPRESENTED. AND CENSUS FORMS, AS YOU KNOW SUPERVISORS, CAN BE COMPLETED ONLINE, AT MY2020CENSUS.GOV, BY PHONE, 844-330-2020, OR BY MAIL IF YOU RECEIVED A PAPER. AND THE CENSUS BUREAU’S WEBSITE HAS INFORMATION IN 59 LANGUAGES, INCLUDING IN LANGUAGE GUIDES, IT

TAKES A FEW MINUTES, YOU CAN DO IT FROM THE SAFETY OF YOUR HOME THANK YOU, SUPERVISORS, I AM HAPPY TO HAVE ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. DO ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES HAVE ANY QUESTIONS? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: I DO, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: IF I MAY, I WANT TO TEE UP THE URGENCY MR AND FOLLOW UP ON THE CEO’S REPORT AND SAY WE ARE ABOUT HALFWAY THERE AND OUR DATA REFLECTS THAT L.A COUNTY IS CURRENTLY LAGGING BEHIND THE STATE AND NATION IN RESPONDING TO THE CENSUS AND, AS OF JULY 28TH, THE CURRENT RESPONSE RATE IN L.A COUNTY IS 59 PERCENT, COMPARED TO 64 PERCENT, IN CALIFORNIA, AND 62.7 PERCENT ACROSS THE NATION THE CEO MADE IT CLEAR THAT A BIT OF A SNEAK ATTACK YESTERDAY, WHEN IT WAS ANNOUNCED THAT THE FIELD COLLECTION WILL END ON SEPTEMBER THE 30TH. WE WERE NOT ANTICIPATING THAT, THIS IS AN ENTIRE MONTH EARLIER THAN PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED. AND THIS SUDDEN CHANGE OF THE CRITICAL DATE ON WHICH THE COUNTY HAS REASONABLY RELIED FURTHER COMPROMISES THE COUNTY’S ABILITY TO COMPLETE A FAIR ANDCCURATE COUNT IT IS COMPLETELY INJURIOUS TO OUR OBJECTIVES, L.A. COUNTY HAS HISTORICALLY BEEN ONE OF THE HARDEST-TO-COUNT IN THE NATION WE CANNOT AFFORD TO HAVE THE TIMELINE SHORTENED TO COMPLETE THE COUNT AS IT WOULD SERVE TO FURTHER COMPOUND AN ALREADY VULNERABLE AND ARGUABLY UNTENABLE SITUATION ACCORDINGLY, MADAM CHAIR AND COLLEAGUES, I ASK FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE FOLLOWING URGENCY MOTION, AND THEREFORE MOVE THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DETERMINE THAT, BASED ON THE FORE-GOING FACTS AND PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE AS SPECIFIED, THAT THERE IS A NEED TO TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION TO ENSURE THAT THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES WILL RAISE ITS CONCERNS REGARDING A FAIR AND ACCURATE COUNT ON ALL OFETHS RESIDENTS FOR THE 2020 CENSUS AND NEED TO TAKE ACTION CAME TO THE ATTENTION OF THE BOARD, SUPERVISORS, AFTER THE POSTING OF THE AGENDA FOR TODAY’S MEETING WE WISH TO DIRECT THE CEO, TO SEND A 5-SEGTURE LETTER TO THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, THE BUREAU OF CENSUS, AND TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESSIONAL LEADERSHIP EXPRESSING THE BOARD’S CONCERN ABOUT THE BUREAU’S TIMELINE FOR CONDUCTING THE NON-RESPONSE FOLLOW-UP AND THE TIME ALLOWED FOR SELF-RESPONSES, WHICH WERE EXTENDED DUE TO COVID-19, BUT HAS NOW SHORTENED FOR UNKNOWN AND/OR UNSPECIFIED REASONS. AND DIRECT THE COUNSEL TO MONITOR THE BUREAU’S GUIDANCE REGARDING THE NON RESPONSE FOLLOW-UP, AND SELF RESPONSE TIMELINES AND TO FILE OR JOIN AS PLAINTIFF OR AS AN AMICUS IN A LAWSUIT, OR LAWSUITS, OPPOSING THE DECISION TO SHORTEN THE TIMELINE AND/OR SELF RESPONSE FOR THE CENSUS AS DEEMED APPROPRIATE BY COUNSEL AND ULTIMATELY SANCTIONED BY THE BOARD I THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THANK YOU. SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR, AND THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, FOR BRINGING THIS FORWARD. I SUPPORT WHAT YOU ARE DOING, I THINK THE TWO BIG THINGS THAT ARE GOING TO AFFECT US ARE THE PANDEMIC AND THE NEW, SHORTENED DEADLINE THAT IS GIVEN TO US, SO I TOTALLY SUPPORT IT, I AGREE, IT IS CONCERNING THAT IN 2010, OUR RESPONSE RATE WAS 74 PERCENT, AND NOW, IT IS LESS THAN 60 PERCENT CURRENTLY, SO THERE’S A LOT OF WORK WE NEED TO DO. I WAS GOING TO ASK ONE QUESTION, SPECIFIC TO MY DISTRICT, SO I DON’T KNOW IF THE CEO IS PREPARED TO DISCUSS IT BUT I KNOW IN MY DISTRICT, THE ONE AREA THAT HAS A REALLY LOW RESPONSE SO FAR IS MARINA DEL RAY, THEY ARE ONLY AT 43 PERCENT. ARE THERE CERTAIN EFFORTS THAT WE COULD DO, OR SHOULD BE DOING, IN A COMMUNITY

LIKE THAT? I KNOW WE ARE NOT GOING DOOR TO DOOR, OR BOAT TO BOAT. WHAT CAN WE DO TO IMPROVE THE RESPONSE IN THAT COMMUNITY? THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR >>SPEAKER: SUPERVISOR HAHN, THANK YOU FOR THAT QUESTION. AS YOU KNOW, THE COUNTY IS COORDINATING IN — [AUDIO INTERFERENCE] — IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO TURN OUT THE CENSUS RESPONSE, AND NOT ONLY THE 88 CITIES IN THE COUNTY, BUT SEVERAL COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS LED BY THE CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, AS WELL AS THE STATE AND U.S CENSUS OFFICES, THE K-12 SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES TO GROUPS. A PUSH TO THOSE ORGANIZATIONS IS IN ORDER I WILL –S IT IS LOWER THAN 55 PERCENT, AND THAT IS OF GREAT CONCERN AS WELL AND I SUGGEST THAT PERHAPS WE MIGHT ALL TAKE THIS INTO ACCOUNT THANK YOU, MADAM CHAIR >>ATTORNEY: MADAM CHAIR, FOR THE VOTE ON THE URGENCY >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: OKAY, ALL RIGHT >>SPEAKER: MADAM CHAIR? SO BRIEFLY, I WANTED TO SAY, I WANTED TO THANK THE STAFF, THE CEO, THE COUNTY DEPARTMENTS, WE ARE ALL WORKING ON THIS. AND I WANT TO THANK THE STAKEHOLDERS AND THE CITIES AND PARTNERS, THEY ARE DOING SOMETHING INTERESTING IN AREAS THAT ARE LOW PERFORMING, CAR VANS THAT ARE GOING THROUGH NEIGHBORHOODS, AND HONKING HORNS, VERY INFORMATIVE TO MAKE SURE THAT PEOPLE ARE FILLING OUT THE CENSUS APPLICATION. AI WANTED O THANK EVERYBODY, THIS IS A TREMENDOUS EFFORT AND I SUPPORT THIS MOVING FORWARD >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: LET’S VOTE ON THE URGENCY MOTION, MOVED BY SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL. WILL YOU PLEASE CALL THE ROLL >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES, FIVE-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: NOW WE WILL MOVE ON THE ITEM BEFORE US, MOVED BY SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS, SECONDED BY SUPERVISOR KUEHL, TO — IS IT TO RECEIVE AND FILE? THAT IS BEFORE US, TO MOVE THIS ITEM. EXECUTIVE OFFICER? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: 32 IS BEFORE YOU, SUPERVISOR SOLIS? >>SUP. HILDA SOLIS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS? >>SUP. MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR KUEHL? >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR HAHN? >>SUP. JANICE HAHN: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: SUPERVISOR BARGER? >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: AYE >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: MOTION CARRIES, FIVE-0 >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: THOU WE WILL MOVE ON TO 57, THE ORDINANCE, AND PROCLAMATION CALLING FOR A SPECIAL ELECTION FOR THE CHARTER OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES AND I ACTUALLY HELD THAT, I HAD A FEW QUESTIONS THAT I WANTED TO

ASK TO, I THINK, FESIA, SACHI IS NOT HERE TODAY THANK YOU. I GUESS MY QUESTIONS ARE SIMPLE, CAN THIS RESULT IN CUTS TO HEALTHCARE WORKERS, SOCIAL WORKERS? >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU FOR THAT QUESTION, AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO CLARIFY SO WE HAVE IDENTIFIED FOUR DIFFERENT TYPES OF WORKERS, I WILL TAKE THEM IN THE ORDER THAT YOU MENTIONED. SO FIREFIGHTERS THAT WORK FOR OUR FIRE DEPARTMENT, THAT IS CONSIDERED A SPECIAL DISTRICT. ANDO THEY ARE NOT SUPPORTED BY THE GENERAL FUNDS, SO IT WILL NOT IMPACT THE SPECIAL DISTRICT THAT IS THE FIRE DEPARTMENT THE SECOND CATEGORY IS THE HEALTHCARE WORKERS, THE HOSPITAL, DHS, AND DMH, HEALTHCARE WORKERS AT HOSPITALS AND CLINICS, IT IS UNLIKELY THEY ARE IMPACTED BECAUSE OF HOW THE FUNDING WORKS IN THE DEPARTMENTS WHERE THEY DRAW DOWN FUNDING FROM FEDERAL AND STATE SOURCES, AND THEY LIVE ON A REIMBURSEMENT MODEL HOWEVER, WORKERS FROM DHS THAT WORK FOR CORRECTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES INSIDE OUR MOCK FACILITIES AND JAILS COULD BE IMPACTED. I THINK THE THIRD CATEGORY ARE SOCIAL WORKERS, SOCIAL WORKERS POTENTIALLY COULD BE IMPACTED, DEPENDING ON HOW — DEPENDING ON THE DECISIONS THAT ARE MADE IN TERMS OF HOW THE SET-ASIDE IS ULTIMATELY USED AND SO WHEN THE MEASURE IS ADOPTED, AND THERE IS THE SET-ASIDE, THERE COULD BE AN IMPACT TO SOCIAL WORKERS, BUT THAT IMPACT COULD BOW MITIGATED, DEPENDING ON HOW WE DECIDED TO USE THE SET-ASIDE AND SO I THINK THE LAST CATEGORY, EXCUSE ME, WERE OTHER WORKERS, OR RESPONDERS PROBABLY THE CATEGORY OF RESPONDERS THAT ARE IMPACTED AND THAT WOULD HAVE THE HIGHEST LIKE LAY HOOD ARE STAFF IN THE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: WHEN WE HAVE GENERAL FUND, WE HAVE A RESTRICTED AND NON-RESTRICTED, AND THE RESTRICTED GOES TOWARD THE AMOUNT THAT WE HAVE TO CONTRIBUTE FOR, LIKE, SOCIAL WORKERS AND WE HAVE STATE AND FEDERAL DOLLARS, PART OF THE GENERAL FUND IN THE RESTRICTED CATEGORY, CORRECT? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THAT IS CORRECT >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: IT IS GENERAL FUND DOLLARS TO PAY FOR THE CONTRIBUTION TO MATCH THE STATE AND FEDERAL? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THAT IS CORRECT, SUPERVISOR >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: OKAY WILL THE REDUCTION IN FUNDING FROM THE MEASURE PUT CONSTRAINTS ON COUNTY SERVICES ACROSS ALL DEPARTMENTS THROUGH GENERAL FUND? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: THANK YOU FOR THAT QUESTION. I THINK THE ANSWER IS, IT WOULD — IT WOULD PROBABLY PLACE CONSTRAINTS ON MANY DEPARTMENTS, BUT NOT ALL OF THEM. WE JUST TALKED ABOUT FIRE, THAT IS A SPECIAL DISTRICT DEPARTMENT. I THINK TO SOMEPLACE THE ANSWER MORE IN CONTEXT WOULD BE THE SET ASIDE COULD PLACE CONSTRAINTS ON DEPARTMENTS, WE ARE TRYING TO BE STRATEGIC AND DOING AS MUCH MITIGATION AS POSSIBLE, IF THE EFFORTS DID NOT WORK, AND IF THERE WERE NO, LET’S SAY, ADDITIONAL REVENUE, COMING IN THE DOOR, ALL OTHER THINGS BEING EQUAL, IT IS LIKELY THAT IT WOULD PLACE BUDGETARY CONSTRAINTS ON THE OTHER DEPARTMENT >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: EXPLAIN TO ME THIS, WHEN WE SET OUR BUDGET, WE USE GENERAL FUND DOLLARS, WE HAVE BILLS TO PAY FOR THE PENSION OBLIGATION, IF APPROVED, WOULD IT — WOULD WE MAKE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS, WE HAVE TO MAKE THEM OFF THE TOP, AND ANY BOUNDS WE HAVE TO PAY. WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE GENERAL FUND GOES TO PENSION OBLIGATION? >> CELIA ZAVALA, E.O.: I DON’T HAVE THAT SPECIFIC FIGURE READILY AVAILABLE, BUT YOU ARE CORRECT, THAT WHEN WE PREPARE

THE BUDGET, WE START OFF WITH THE ITEMS THAT ARE STATUTORILY OR CONTRACTURALLY REQUIRED, ONCE WE MEET THE OBLIGATIONS, THEN WE WOULD MOVE ON TO OTHER PRIORITIES OF THE BOARD AND SO I THINK ONE WAY TO LOOK AT THIS IS, WHETHER THIS BALLOT MEASURE WAS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS OR NOT, WE WOULD STILL BE REQUIRED TO MEET OUR PENSION OBLIGATIONS AND OTHER CONTRACTURAL OBLIGATIONS, AND THE QUESTION IS HOW WOULD WE ADDRESS WHAT IS LEFT, ALL OF THE OTHER THINGS WE NEED TO COVER >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: IF I UNDERSTAND IT, THE WAY THE CHARTER WOULD BE DRAFTED, THAT COMES OFF THE TOP AS WELL, THETEN PERCENT, AND WHATEVER IS LEFT WOULD GO TO THE DEPARTMENTS, FOR GENERAL FUND? >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU FOR THAT, SUPERVISOR. THAT IS MY UNDERSTANDING, THIS ALLOCATION FROM MY PERSPECTIVE AND I CERTAINLY DEFER TO COUNTY COUNSEL, IT WOULD BE TREATED AS IF IT WERE, IT WOULD BASICALLY BECOME A STATUTORY OBLIGATION AND WE WOULD PRIORITIZE THAT IN TERMS OF MEETING ALL OF OUR OBLIGATIONS >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: DO YOU KNOW WHAT THE PROJECTED DEFICIT IS, IN OUR BUDGET, FOR NEXT YEAR? >>SPEAKER: WE HAD A BUDGETARY SHORTFALL OF ALMOST A BILLION, WE HAVE TRIED TO BE CREATIVE AND LOOK AT DIFFERENT TYPES OF MITIGATION STRATEGIES AND I THINK THAT WE ARE AT THE DEFICIT WE ARE FACING NOW, IS $400 MILLION >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: I KNOW WE SENT A LETTER FOR ADEQUATE NOTICE FOR LOOB LABOR PARTNERS, BASED ON LEGAL ANALYSIS, WHAT IS THE LIKELIHOOD THE COUNTY CAN PREVAIL IN THE CHALLENGE >>SPEAKER: THANK YOU, SUPERVISOR, FOR THE QUESTION, MY HANDS ARE TIED WHAT I CAN SAY, I DO NOT WANT TO PROVIDE LEGAL ADVICE TO THE BOARD, AND VIOLATE ATTORNEY/CLIENT PRIVILEGE. I HAVE LOOKED AT LETTERS, THE ARGUMENTS THEY RAISE ARE INTERESTING ARGUMENTS I THINK SOME ARGUMENTS ARE TENUOUS, SOME ARE NOT SO, IF A LAWSUIT IS FILED, THE COURT WILL INTERPRET THEM. WE WILL SEE WHERE IT GOES >>SUP. KATHRYN BARGER, CHAIR: TODAY IS THE FINAL READING TO PUT THE CHARTER ON THE NOVEMBER BALLOT, I WANT TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO STATE MY CONCERNS, IT WAS NOT VETTED AND LIMITS STAKEHOLDER INPUT IN THE FUTURE BUDGET DECISIONS, AND IT LESSONS COLLABORATION WITH THE LABOR PARTNERS, THE GENERAL PUBLIC WE HAVE BEEN ELECTED TO SERVE, TO BUILD THE RESPONSIVE AND A RESPONSIBLE BUDGET. THIS TIED THE HANDS TO MEET THE PUBLIC’S NEEDS IN REALTIME. OUR CURRENT BUDGET PROCESS ALLOWS FOR MEANINGFUL INPUT FROM THE STAKEHOLDERS, I WANT TO IDENTIFY THE BUDGET PROCESS FOR DOLLARS, AND THE CEO IDENTIFIES THE MONIDATED EXPENSES THAT WE MUST PAY, PENSION OBLIGATION COSTS, INCREASE FOR ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS, AND OTHER COSTS THE COUNTY IS REQUIRED TO FUND BY LAW OR SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS, AND MANY OF THE SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAMS ARE PROVIDED BY THE STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO ENABLE US TO PROVIDE ON A COUNTY WIDE BASIS THESE ARE IDENTIFIED BY THE MOTIONS AND IF ANY UNRESTRICTED FUNDING IS AVAILABLE, IT IS ALLOCATED TO THE DEPARTMENTS, INCLUDING PARK AND REC AND ARTS AND CULTURE. THESE ARE POSSIBLE CHARTER AMENDMENTS. THEY WILL REALLOCATE AWAY FROM OUR PRIORITIES, FOR A SPECIFIC

PURPOSE WITHOUT THE INPUT, AND PROHIBIT CHANGES TO THE ALLOCATIONS, SHOULD WE NEED TO FUND PUBLIC SAFETY, AND REALLOCATING MAY REQUIRE SERVICE AND STAFFING REDUCTIONS IN PROGRAMS IN A PRIOR FISCAL YEAR THE OFFICE IN DIVERSION AND REENTRY COULD NOT HAVE BEEN ANTICIPATED BY A PASSPORT HAVE WE PUT A JAIL REPLASMENT, IT WOULD BE UNLIKELY WE ARE REBUILDING TODAY. THE COURSE WE HAVE TO REVERSE IF IT NO LONGER ALIGNED WITH WITH THE TEMPORARY OPINION, OR THE OPINION OF THE BOARD. THIS PROPOSED AMENDMENT IS NOT THE APPROPRIATE WAY TO BUDGET. I WANT TO ADDRESS ANOTHER ISSUE I HAVE, AND THAT THIS IS WITH WITH THE PROCESS OF THE BOARD ACTION. THE CEO AND COUNTY DEPARTMENTS ARE LEFT OUT OF THE PROCESS. BRINGING THESE PARTNERS TO THE TABLE IS OBLIGATED IN CRAFTING THE MOST EFFECTIVE PUBLIC POLICY AND SOMETHING WE HAVE DONE, I AM COMMITTED TO SERVING ON THIS BOARD WITH TRANSPARENCY, AND THIS IS ANYTHING BUT TRANSPARENT, AND THE PROCESS NEEDS TO BE THOUGHTFUL. THIS IS IN RESPONSE TO THE NEEDS THAT EVERY TIME THIS BOARD CONVENES, AND I WOULD LIKE TO SAY THAT IF YOU LOOK AT THE PERCENTAGE OF WHAT WE HAVE INVESTED, AND THE CHARTER IS GOING TO MANDATE, WE HAVE INVESTED MORE THAN 10 PERCENT, THAT IS WITHOUT HAVING A CHARTER AND THE VOTERS, HAVING TO GO BEFORE THE VOTERS SO BEFORE THAT, I WILL REMAIN COMMITTED TO A NO >> SUP. SHEILA KUEHL: MADAM CHAIR, YOU WANTED TO HAVE THIS CONVERSATION LAST WEEK, I WAS SURPRISED BUT THIS IS THE LAST STEP BEFORE IT GOES ON THE BALLOT, WHY NOT TRY ONE MORE TIME