Council and Committee Referral "Hot Sheet"           
For Wednesday, June 26, 2019           
 
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07-1349-S1
CD 14
 
  To Council (Tentatively scheduled for 7/2/19)
Motion (Huizar - Price) relative to amending the Council Action of April 27, 2017, that authorized the release of a Request for Proposal for the sale of the Pickle Works Building.

14-0366-S5
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
City Attorney report R19-0198, dated June 25, 2019, relative to a draft Ordinance amending the Los Angeles Municipal Code to establish requirements that a commercial cannabis retail storefront license applicant in area of undue concentration must meet before the Department of Cannabis Regulation may process its application.

14-0655-S8
 
  To Homelessness and Poverty Committee
Motion (Bonin - Harris-Dawson) relative to instructing the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority to report on the status, efficacy, and cost of the Coordinated Entry System.

14-1174-S21
CD 3
 
  To Economic Development Committee
Motion (Blumenfield - Buscaino) relative to rescinding the Council action of June 20, 2018 related to the development and implementation of a fa├žade improvement program in Council District 3 with the Reseda / Canoga Park Redevelopment Project Area, and that the recommendations detailed in the Motion be adopted.

18-0619
CD 5
 
  To Public Works and Gang Reduction Committee
Bureau of Engineering report, dated June 25, 2019, and Resolution, relative to the temporary closure of the cul-de-sac walkway at Woodbine Street, northeasterly of Manning Avenue.

18-0651-S2
CD 15
 
  To Homelessness and Poverty Committee
Bureau of Engineering report, dated June 25, 2019, relative to a Notice of Exemption from provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act regarding the bridge housing project located at 828 Eubank Avenue.

19-0002-S113
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Harris-Dawson - O'Farrell) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on ACA 6 (McCarty - Bonta - et al.), which would provide for the restoration of voting rights for electors upon completion of their prison term.

19-0002-S114
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (O'Farrell - Koretz) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on AB 1110 (Friedman) which would require landlords to provide earlier notice of rent increases of 10 percent or more.

19-0002-S115
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (O'Farrell - Koretz) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on AB 1481 (Grayson - Bonta) which would require a landlord to have just cause to evict a tenant.

19-0002-S116
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Huizar - Ryu - Buscaino) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program, its position on legislative or administrative action to initiate a state audit of the Lanterman-Petris-Short Act, in order to identify if its statutes need to be clarified, and whether changes are needed to improve the local implementation of involuntary care of those unable to care for themselves.

19-0002-S117
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Koretz - Harris-Dawson) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on SB 592 (Wiener) which would amend the Housing Accountability Act by reducing local control of housing land use decisions and would allow developers who prevail in court over the rejection of a housing development to receive compensatory damages.

19-0002-S118
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (O'Farrell - Wesson for Krekorian) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on SB 222 (Hill) which would add military and veteran status to the list of characteristics protected against housing discrimination under FEHA and define source of income as including VASH vouchers.

19-0002-S119
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (O'Farrell - Harris-Dawson) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on AB 960, which would expand the reasons for which a family may be considered homeless for the purposes of CalWORKs benefits; authorize a county to waive the 16-day and once-per-year limits on CalWORKs temporary shelter assistance; and expand the types of housing for which a CalWORKs payment may be made by to include shared housing.

19-0002-S120
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (O' Farrell - Martinez) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on AB 307 (Reyes), which would create a grant program to support young people experiencing homelessness, administered by the Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council and awarded to nonprofits and continuum of care administrative entities.

19-0002-S121
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (O'Farrell - Wesson) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on legislation which would allocate $1.2 billion from the State Reserve Fund to the City for homeless housing assistance as a match of the City's approved $1.2 billion Proposition HHH program.

19-0002-S122
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (O'Farrell - Wesson for Krekorian) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on AB 143 (Quirk-Silva) which would extend the sunset date of Government Code Section 8698.4 for two more years, until January 1, 2023.

19-0002-S123
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Koretz - Harris-Dawson) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on SB 5 (Beall), which would establish the Affordable Housing and Community Development Investment Program to stimulate the development of affordable housing statewide.

19-0002-S124
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Cedillo - Huizar) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 State Legislative Program its position on SB 5 (Beall), which would authorize cities, among other entities, to apply to the State for property tax funding held within the subject county's Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund, with such funding to be used to support affordable housing and community development projects.

19-0002-S125
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Cedillo - Wesson) relative to the City including in its 2019-20 Federal Legislative Program its position on legislative and/or administrative action which violates the rights of immigrant children and families, such as the prolonged detention of minor children in immigration detention centers, which violates the Flores Agreement, separation of famlies, and deportation.

19-0565-S1
CD 3
 
  To Health, Education, Neighborhoods, Parks, Arts, and River Committee
City Attorney report, dated June 25, 2019, relative to a draft Ordinance amending the Los Angeles Municipal Code to add Serrania Park, located at 20726 Wells Drive, to the list of parks closing at sunset and opening at sunrise the following day.

19-0701
 
  To Budget and Finance Committee
Office of Finance report, dated June 18, 2019, relative to an escheatment of $345,185.60 from the Parking Violations Trust Fund No. 853 to the City General Fund.

19-0702
CD 5
 
  To Planning and Land Use Management Committee
Department of City Planning report, dated June 25, 2019, relative to a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) appeal for the project located at 10400-10422 West Santa Monica Boulevard; 1800 South Pandora Avenue.

19-0703
CD 4
 
  To Council
Bureau of Engineering report, dated June 25, 2019, relative to the final map of Tract Map No. 73780, located at 820 South Wilton Place, southerly of 8th Street.

19-0705
 
  To Personnel and Animal Welfare Committee
Department of Animal Services report, dated April 3, 2019, relative to a donation from VCA Charities to fund disaster relief efforts for animals.

19-0706
 
  To Personnel and Animal Welfare Committee
To Public Works and Gang Reduction Committee

Bureau of Street Services report, dated June 13, 2019, relative to the modifications to the 2018-19 Personnel Authority Resolution (PAR) for Bureau of Street Services (StreetsLA) pertaining to 72 off-budget resolution positions; and related actions.

19-0707
 
  To Information, Technology, and General Services Committee
City Administrative Officer report, dated June 20, 2019, relative to proposed First Amendments to Agreements with Curtis-Rosenthal, Incorporated, Epic Land Solutions, Incorporated, Gribin, Kapadia and Associates, lntegra Realty Resources, Norris Realty Advisors, Overland Pacific and Cutler, Incorporated, Pacific Real Estate Consultants, R.P. Laurain and Associates, and Valentine Appraisal and Associates for real estate appraisal services.

19-0711
 
  To Public Safety Committee
Board of Police Commissioners report 19-0169, dated June 25, 2019, relative to the grant application and award for Fiscal Year 2018-19 Innovations Grant Program from the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training.

19-0712
 
  To Public Safety Committee
Board of Police Commissioners report 19-0172, dated June 25, 2019, relative to the Revolving Training Fund Budget for Fiscal Year 2019-20.

19-0713
CD 5
 
  To Council (Tentatively scheduled for 7/2/19)
Motion (Koretz - Buscaino) relative to the Department of City Planning initiating consideration of the property located at 8274-8276 West 4th Street as a Historic-Cultural Monument.

19-0714
 
  To Council (Tentatively scheduled for 7/2/19)
Motion (Martinez - Cedillo) relative to the transfer of funds for the 2019 El Grito celebration; and related actions.

19-0715
 
  To Council (Tentatively scheduled for 7/2/19)
Motion (Blumenfield - Bonin) relative to Council adopting the revised List of Citywide Special Events, prepared by the Chief Legislative Analyst in conformance with the City's Special Event Permit Procedure (Ordinance No. 180881).

19-0716
CD 14
 
  To Council (Tentatively scheduled for 7/2/19)
Motion (Huizar - Koretz) relative to the acceptance of funds paid by Olive Investment Group, LLC, the developer of a project at 1340-1356 South Olive Street, 211-219 West 14th Street, 1359-1363 South Hill Street, and be deposited into a Council District 14 Public Benefits Trust Fund for the purpose of public benefit and community activities.

19-0717
 
  To Housing Committee
Motion (O'Farrell - Wesson) relative to instructing the Housing and Community Investment Department to report with recommendations on improving the Department's affordable housing referral system.

19-0718
 
  To Housing Committee
Motion (O'Farrell - Wesson) relative to requesting the City Attorney, with the assistance of the Housing and Community Investment Department, to report with an analysis of Statewide eviction protection laws that can be adopted in Los Angeles to safeguard tenants' ability to remain in their homes.

19-0719
CD 11
 
  To Energy, Climate Change, and Environmental Justice Committee
To Homelessness and Poverty Committee

Motion (Bonin - Harris-Dawson) relative to instructing the Chief Legislative Analyst, with the assistance of relevant City departments, and in conjunction with Council District 11 staff, to initiate the Comprehensive Cleaning and Rapid Engagement Teams pilot program in Council District 11.

19-0720
 
  To Homelessness and Poverty Committee
Motion (O'Farrell - Wesson for Krekorian) relative to instructing the Housing and Community Investment Department, in consultation with Council District 13, and with the assistance of other City departments as needed, to host a Summit on Poverty and convene key stakeholders to discuss and collaborate on strategies to prevent and alleviate poverty.

19-0721
 
  To Homelessness and Poverty Committee
Motion (Price - Wesson - O'Farrell - et al.) relative to instructing the Chief Legislative Analyst and the Chief Administrative Officer to report with an analysis of the Chicago Homeless Prevention Program and the New York HomeBase program, with recommendations and cost estimates to implement a similar program in Los Angeles, including one-time cash assistance, utility bill assistance and supportive services.

19-0722
 
  To Housing Committee
Motion (Martinez - Harris-Dawson) relative to requesting relevant City departments to report on the feasibility of tying incentives to new housing developments in exchange for agreements to rent a minimum number of units to Section 8 households.

19-0723
 
  To Housing Committee
Motion (Price - Harris-Dawson) relative to instructing relevant City departments to report on how the City can better coordinate efforts to expedite the shutdown of nuisance properties that are being used for housing purposes.

19-0724
 
  To Housing Committee
Motion (Wesson - Cedillo) relative to the feasibility of a policy and the necessary implementation steps needed to take by which 3D printed construction can be utilized for the purpose of building housing for homeless individuals in the City.

19-0725
 
  To Homelessness and Poverty Committee
Motion (Martinez - O'Farrell) relative to requesting the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority and the Housing and Community Investment Department to report on prevention measures and programs that have been implemented to stall the tide of individuals entering homelessness.