Council and Committee Referral "Hot Sheet"           
For Wednesday, February 02, 2022           
 
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14-1174-S22
CD 3
 
  To Council
Motion (Blumenfield - Buscaino) relative to amending the Council Action of October 30, 2019, to increase the approved amount of taxable CRA/LA Excess Non-Housing Bond Proceeds available to Council District Three, from the Reseda/Canoga Park Redevelopment Project Area to eligible uses previously approved by Council.

14-1174-S25
CD 3
 
  To Council
Motion (Blumenfield - Buscaino) relative to amending the Council Action of January 29, 2020, to reduce the amount approved in tax-exempt CRA/LA Excess Non-Housing Bond Proceeds available to Council District Three, from the Reseda/Canoga Park Redevelopment Project Area, for the Madrid Theater Improvement Project, and that the balance be reverted to its original source.

14-1511-S1
CD 10
 
  To Council
Motion (Martinez - Harris-Dawson) relative to authorizing the Controller to accept funds from the California Community Foundation and deposit these funds in the Street Services Transaction Fund for the construction of street improvements on Fairfax Avenue, between Olympic Boulevard and Whitworth Drive.

18-0269-S6
CD 14
 
  To Council
Motion (de Leon - Koretz) relative to accepting the 4th of 10 annual payments by Lightstone DTLA, LLC, the developer of a project located at 1240-1260 South Figueroa Street and 601 West Pico Boulevard, for the purpose of addressing blight removal, fa├žade improvements, street cleaning, and graffiti removal in Council District 14.

18-0269-S7
CD 14
 
  To Council
Motion (de Leon - Koretz) relative to accepting payment from Lightstone DTLA, LLC, to be deposited into the Council District 14 Public Benefits Trust Fund for the purpose of funding homeless services and facilities.

21-0002-S8
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Chief Legislative Analyst report 21-11-0873, dated February 1, 2022, relative to the Department of Transportation 2021-22 Proposed Legislative Program.

21-0497
 
  To Public Safety Committee
City Attorney report R22-0028, dated January 31, 2022, relative to a draft Ordinance adding sections to the Los Angeles Municipal Code, to allow the Los Angeles Fire Department to collect a fee for the annual State mandated inspection of multifamily residential apartment buildings consisting of 3-15 units.

21-0829-S1
CD 11
 
  To Planning and Land Use Management Committee
City Attorney report R22-0030, dated February 1, 2022, relative to a draft Ordinance amending the Venice Coastal Zone Specific Plan to create a new Subarea A and establish new land use and development regulations.

21-1188-S2
 
  To Budget and Finance Committee
City Attorney report R22-0031, dated February 2, 2022, relative to a request for closed session to discuss the proposed legal services agreements with Beveridge and Diamond PC and Everett Dorey LLP; a conflicts waiver recommendation; and amendments to contracts regarding the July 11, 2021 flooding incident at the Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant.

21-1407
 
  To Public Safety Committee
City Administrative Officer report 0220-04537-0015, dated February 1, 2022, relative to the Fiscal Year 2021 Intellectual Property Enforcement Program Grant.

21-1476
 
  To Public Safety Committee
City Administrative Officer report 0130-02113-0001 dated February 1, 2022, relative to the 2021 Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Grant.

22-0002-S9
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Martinez - Raman) relative to including in the City's 2021-22 State Legislative Program its position on the Sepulveda Basin Vision Plan and state budget one-time funding to expand open access and recreational amenities.

22-0002-S10
 
  To Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee
Resolution (Harris-Dawson - Price - Koretz) relative to including in the City's 2021-22 State Legislative Program its position on regulatory action by the California Public Utilities Commission that would disincentive the adoption of rooftop solar systems in disadvantaged and low-income communities.

22-0011-S1
CD 5
 
  To Council
Motion (Koretz - O'Farrell) relative to transferring/appropriating funds in the District Five portion of the Street Furniture Revenue Fund for work associated with the condemnation proceedings, on behalf of the National Boulevard at Clarington Sidewalk project.

22-0057
 
  To Public Safety Committee
City Administrative Officer report 0130-02116-0000, dated February 1, 2022, relative to the Fiscal Year 2021 Collaborative Crisis Response Training Grant.

22-0059
 
  To Public Safety Committee
City Administrative Officer report 0130-02115-0000, dated February 1, 2022, relative to the Fiscal Year 2021 Comprehensive Youth Violence Prevention and Reduction Grant.

22-0126
CD 5
 
  To Council
Application, submitted January 31, 2022, for the Determination of Public Convenience or Necessity, relative to the sale of alcoholic beverages for J Market located at 8251-8253 West 3rd Street.

22-0127
 
  To Public Safety Committee
Board of Fire Commissioners report 22-010, dated February 1, 2022, relative to the proposed decision and recommendation for the 2020 Brush Clearance Assessment Appeals.

22-0128
 
  To Trade, Travel, and Tourism Committee
Board of Airport Commissioners report, dated November 29, 2021, relative to Board Resolution No. 27370, approving the First Amendment to Contract DA-5331 with Bear Communications, Incorporated, for ongoing radio system maintenance, repair, technical support services, and equipment purchases for the analog conventional and related radio communications systems of Los Angeles World Airports.

22-0129
CD 1
 
  To Council
Motion (Cedillo - de Leon) relative to adopting the TEFRA Resolution approving the issuance of Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds for the new construction of Oak Apartments, an affordable housing project located at 2745-2759 Francis Avenue, in Council District One.

22-0130
 
  To Public Safety Committee
Motion (Koretz - et al. de Leon) relative to requesting the City Attorney report on the feasibility of implementing an ordinance similar to that of the City of San Jose's proposed ordinance, to require gun owners in the City of Los Angeles to carry firearm liability insurance.