LOS ANGELES CITY HEALTH COMMISSION
Monday, February 11, 2019
JOHN FERRARO COUNCIL CHAMBER ROOM 340, CITY HALL - 6:00 PM
|200 NORTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012|
||NICOLE D. VICK, PRESIDENT
||JOHN H. GRIFFITH
||HOWARD C. MANDEL, 1ST VICE-PRESIDENT
||MATT GRIMMIG, 2ND VICE-PRESIDENT
||RON C. KATO
||J. LORRAINE ESTRADAS
(Candy Rosales - Commission Executive Assistant (213) 978-6682)
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Approval of the Minutes from January 14, 2019
Neighborhood Council Comments (pursuant to Ordinance No. 184243)
Neighborhood Council representatives will be afforded an opportunity to provide the Commission with its formal position on any matter listed on the agenda, provided it has been filed with the City Clerk in the form of a Community Impact Statement or written Resolution.
Comments by the public on agenda items will be heard only at the time the respective item is considered. All requests to address the Commission must be submitted prior to the Commission's consideration of the item. Comments by the public on all other matters within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission will be heard during the "Public Comments" period of the meeting. Members of the public who wish to speak on items shall be allowed to speak for up to two minutes per item and up to a total of five minutes per meeting.
Healthy Kids Zones: Empowering Residents to Transform Communities, Sonya Vasquez, Policy Director, Community Health Councils.
Discussion and/or action relative to City Council adopted Motion requesting the Los Angeles City Health Commission along with the Los Angeles County Public Health to report on: 1) the status of the health study updates mandated by the settlement agreement between South Coast Air Quality Management District and Southern California Gas Company; and, 2) the levels of styrene, ethylbenzene, uranium, and lithium in the area surrounding the Aliso Canyon Gas Leak as brought forth by the independent physician report conducted by Dr. Jeffrey Nordell. (Council file No. 15-1380-S9)
Update on Los Angeles City Health Commission report.
Update on Los Angeles City Health Commission vacancies.
Items for future discussion.