Council and Committee Referral "Hot Sheet"           
For Wednesday, June 05, 2019           
 
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12-1549-S14
CD 15
 
  To Economic Development Committee
Motion (Buscaino - Rodriguez) relative to instructing the City Administrative Officer with the assistance of relevant City departments to initiate a review of the City-owned property located at 500 South Mesa Street to determine its suitability for economic development purposes.

12-1549-S15
CD 15
 
  To Economic Development Committee
Motion (Buscaino - Rodriguez) relative to instructing the City Administrative Officer, with the assistance of other relevant City departments and any other affected stakeholders, to initiate review of the City-owned property at 1845 East 103rd Street to determine its suitability for economic development purposes.

13-1619
 
  To Trade, Travel, and Tourism Committee
Board of Airport Commissioners report, dated June 4, 2019, relative to Board Resolution No. 26774 approving the Second Amendment to Terminal Media Operator Concession Agreement LAA-8796 with JCDecaux Airport, Incorporated.

14-1170
 
  To Council (tentatively scheduled for June 11, 2019)
Motion (Wesson - Krekorian - Ryu) relative to an ordinance amending Section 22.353 of the Administrative Code to provide for the waiver of use charges for filming and photography purposes in the City.

16-0160-S432
CD 2
 
  To Council
Department of Building and Safety report, dated March 12, 2019, relative to the proposed lien of $3,180.45 to be recorded for the property at 7330 North Van Nuys Boulevard.

17-0090-S11
 
  To Homelessness and Poverty Committee
Housing and Community Investment Department report, dated May 21, relative to a report regarding the status of the Proposition HHH Permanent Supportive Housing Loan Program.

17-0703-S1
CD 4
 
  To Council (tentatively scheduled for June 11, 2019)
Motion (Ryu - Rodriguez) relative to authorizing the Bureau of Engineering to accept and deposit funds from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power into the Engineering Special Services Fund to fund the completion of the Mulholland Drive (13319) Bulkhead Construction Project.

18-0418-S1
 
  To Council (tentatively scheduled for June 11, 2019)
Motion (O'Farrell - Bonin) relative to the appropriation of funds from the General City Purposes Fund for the Indigenous Peoples' Day event.

18-0510
CD 11
 
  To Homelessness and Poverty Committee
Municipal Facilities Committee report 0220-05578-0001, dated June 4, 2019, relative to authorizing the Department of General Services to negotiate and execute a new lease agreement with the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro) at 100 Sunset Avenue for use as a crisis and bridge housing facility in Council District 11.

19-0002-S74
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Chief Legislative Analyst report 19-05-0439, dated June 4, 2019, relative to Resolution (Bonin - Smith) to include in the City's 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on AB 1142 (Friedman) that would require designated transportation planning agencies to include in their regional transportation plans performance indicators trips made by the Transportation Network Companies (TNC's) and policies that can increase the utilization of public transit.

19-0002-S85
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Chief Legislative Analyst report 19-05-0499, dated June 4, 2019, relative to Resolution (Krekorian - O'Farrell) to include in the City's 2019-20 Federal Legislative Program its position on S. 1098 (Cardin) that would support and improve the U.S. Department of Transportation's Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP).

19-0002-S101
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Blumenfield - Ryu) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 Federal Legislative Program its position for legislation or administrative action that would request the goverments of China, Vietnam, South Korea, Cambodia, and Indonesia to ban the sale of dog meat and to enforce their animal cruelty laws.

19-0002-S102
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Koretz - Smith) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position to SB 330 (Skinner), which would place until January 1, 2025 a moratorium on "down-zoning" parcels, that is reducing the number of units that can be built on a parcel and in addition prohibit cities and counties, including charter cities from imposing parking requirements within one-quarter mile of a rail stop and freeze nearly all project related fees.

19-0002-S103
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Ryu - Cedillo) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position for AB 890 (Wood), which would authorize a nationally certified nurse practitioner to practice without physician supervision in specific settings.

19-0008-S29
CD 11
 
  To Transportation Committee
Resolution (Bonin - Martinez) relative to restricting the parking of oversized vehicles along Milton Street between Centinela Avenue and the cul-de-sac end at Milton Street.

19-0008-S30
CD 11
 
  To Transportation Committee
Resolution (Bonin - Martinez) relative to restricting the parking of oversized vehicles along Jefferson Boulevard between Centinela Avenue and Mesmer Avenue.

19-0160-S63
CD 11
 
  To Council
Department of Building and Safety report, dated May 7, 2019, relative to the proposed lien of $4,055.07 to be recorded for the property at 821 West Angelus Place.

19-0328
CD 11
 
  To Information, Technology, and General Services Committee
Municipal Facilities Committee report 0150-11373-0000, dated June 4, 2019, relative to authorizing the General Services Department to negotiate and execute a non-profit lease with the Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment (PACE) for a Head Start Child Care Center located at 682 Broadway Street.

19-0588
 
  To Information, Technology, and General Services Committee
Municipal Facilities Committee report 0150-11375-0000, dated June 4, 2019, relative to the execution of a new retail lease agreement between the City and David Hopp, M.D. for a Medical Spa ground floor retail space located at 123 South Robertson Boulevard, Suite B.

19-0591
CD 10
 
  To Council
Bureau of Engineering report, dated May 31, 2019, relative to the final map of Parcel Map No. 2016-0690, located at 6075 West Horner Street, easterly of Alvira Street.

19-0592
 
  To Health, Education, Neighborhoods, Parks, Arts, and River Committee
Department of Aging report 19-06, dated June 4, 2019, relative to the acceptance of grant funds from the California Department of Aging (CDA) for Fiscal Year 2019-20, and request for authority to execute the CDA Standard Agreement AP-1920-25.

19-0594
CD 1
 
  To Council (tentatively scheduled for June 11, 2019)
Motion (Cedillo - Buscaino) relative to the issuance of Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds to finance the new construction of the 64-unit multifamily housing project known as the Firmin Court Project located at 418-430 North Firmin Street in Council District One.

19-0595
CD 3
 
  To Council (tentatively scheduled for June 11, 2019)
Motion (Blumenfield - Buscaino) relative to the issuance of revenue bonds for the purpose of acquisition, renovation, improvement, furnishing and equipping of educational facilities located at 5975 Shoup Avenue in Council District 3.

19-0596
CD 2
 
  To Council (tentatively scheduled for June 11, 2019)
Motion (Krekorian - Smith) relative to approving the Street Banner program being coordinated by the Neighborhood Council Valley Village as a City of Los Angeles Non-Event Street Banner Program for the period of June 2019-June 2022.

19-0597
CD 6
 
  To Council (tentatively scheduled for June 11, 2019)
Motion (Martinez - Cedillo) relative to authorizing the Housing and Community Investment Department with the assistance of the City Attorney to extend the contract between the City and the Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative for the Council District Six Street/Sidewalk Improvements Project from September 1, 2019 to March 1, 2020.

19-0598
CD 5
 
  To Council (tentatively scheduled for June 11, 2019)
Motion (Koretz - Ryu) relative to the issuance of revenue bonds for the purpose of financing, refinancing and reimbursing of the cost of design, development, construction and equipping of aquatic facilities located at 5031 Alonzo Avenue in Council District Five.

19-0599
CD 5
 
  To Council (tentatively scheduled for June 11, 2019)
Motion (Koretz - Ryu) relative to approving the Street Banner program identifying the Simon Wiesenthal Center as a City of Los Angeles Non-Event Street Banner Program.

19-0601
 
  To Information, Technology, and General Services Committee
Motion (Blumenfield - Krekorian) relative to the Information Technology Agency with the assistance of relevant City Departments to study the different Smart Cities governance models and then present their joint conclusion for the optimal model for advancing a Smart City program in Los Angeles.

19-0602
 
  To Homelessness and Poverty Committee
Motion (Bonin - Buscaino - Harris-Dawson) relative to Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, the Office of the City Attorney, and, if appropriate outside counsel and other agencies as appropriate, to report on whether other municipalities in Los Angeles County are in compliance with the Martin v. City of Boise ruling.

19-0603
 
  To Public Safety Committee
Motion (Blumenfield - Rodriguez - Harris-Dawson) relative to instructing the Fire Department with the assistance of other relevant City departments to prepare an Ordinance to expand Fire District 1 to include all areas within the City covered by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection's Very High Severity Zone and City's High Wind Velocity Zone as well as high density population centers.

19-0604
 
  To Transportation Committee
Motion (Koretz - Harris-Dawson) relative to requesting the City Attorney, in consultation with Los Angeles Department of Transportation and other relevant departments, to prepare and present an Ordinance of the existing heavy-truck idling regulations and to restrict parked vehicle idling to one minute or less and do so in a way that does not negatively impact low income community members.

19-0606
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Motion (Koretz - Krekorian) relative to revising the composition of the Bicycle Advisory Committee to include an alternate for each Committee member with one appointed by each Councilmember and four appointed by the Mayor.

19-0608
 
  To Information, Technology, and General Services Committee
Motion (Blumenfield - Bonin) relative to the ITA General Manager leading a Committee that includes the assistance of other relevant City departments to present a report to Council and the Mayor that will provide an overview of the City's current IT networks as well as the status of any upcoming independent network projects the report should also provide an overview of how these networks could be consolidated and the cost and benefits of such a consolidation.

19-0609
 
  To Energy, Climate Change, and Environmental Justice Committee
Motion (Huizar - Martinez - et al.) relative to the Bureau of Sanitation to report on the funding or other system changes necessary to bring the backlog of illegal dumping locations to zero and to maintain a rapid response to illegal dumping requests.