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Meeting Name: Board of Directors - Regular Board Meeting Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/24/2021 10:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
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2021-0440 2.MinutesAPPROVE Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held May 27, 2021.   Not available Not available
2021-0285 5.AgreementCONSIDER: A. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or their designee to execute an easement to The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) in which the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) agrees to grant to MWD, and take all necessary steps to record, certain “Real Estate Interests” in the LACMTA-owned property located at the southernmost end of Union Station adjacent to MWD-owned property (“Permanent Easement”); and B. AUTHORIZING the CEO or their designee to execute a Second Amendment to the Agreement and Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) recorded on May 31, 1996 between MWD and Catellus Development Corporation.   Not available Not available
2021-0284 6.Formula Allocation / Local ReturnAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute all necessary agreements between Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) and the Cities for their Capital Reserve Account(s) as detailed in Attachment A by: A. AMENDING the termination date of the Proposition A and Proposition C Local Return funded Capital Reserve Accounts for the City of Arcadia; B. AMENDING the termination date of the Proposition C Local Return funded Capital Reserve Account for the City of Bell; C. AMENDING the Proposition C Local Return funded Capital Reserve Account for the City of Beverly Hills by adding $750,000 to the already approved $2 million to a total of $2.75 million; and D. ESTABLISHING new Local Return funded Capital Reserve Account for the Cities of Beverly Hills (Proposition A, Measure R), Bradbury (Measure M and Measure R), El Segundo (Proposition C and Measure R), Hermosa Beach (Proposition C), Lomita, (Proposition C), Norwalk (Proposition C), Pomona (Proposition C), and San Marino (Proposition C).   Not available Not available
2021-0269 7.ResolutionADOPT: A. Findings and Recommendations (Attachment A) for allocating FY22 Transportation Development Act (TDA) Article 8 funds estimated at $29,346,452 as follows: 1. In the City of Avalon there are no unmet transit needs that are reasonable to meet, therefore TDA Article 8 funds (Attachment B) in the amount of $169,483 may be used for street and road projects, or transit projects, as described in Attachment A; 2. In the Cities of Lancaster and Palmdale, there are no unmet transit needs that are reasonable to meet; in the Cities of Lancaster and Palmdale and the unincorporated portions of North County transit needs can be met through using other existing funding sources. Therefore, the TDA Article 8 funds in the amount of $6,975,098 and $6,761,056 (Lancaster and Palmdale, respectively) may be used for street and road purposes and/or transit, as long as their transit needs continue to be met; 3. In the City of Santa Clarita, there are no unmet transit needs that are reasonable to meet; in the City of Santa Clarita, and the unincorporated portions of the Santa Clarita Valle   Not available Not available
2021-0277 8.BudgetCONSIDER: A. APPROVING $2.34 billion in FY 2021-22 (FY22) Transit Fund Allocations for Los Angeles County jurisdictions, transit operators and Metro operations as shown in Attachment A. These allocations comply with federal, state, and local regulations and LACMTA Board approved policies and guidelines. B. APPROVING fund exchanges in the estimated amount of $1,467,453 of Metro’s TDA Article 4 allocation with Municipal Operators’ shares of Low Carbon Transit Operations Program. Funding will be adjusted based on LCTOP actual allocations. C. APPROVING fund exchanges in the estimated amount of $332,916 of Metro’s Prop C 40% allocation with Antelope Valley and Santa Clarita’s shares of Low Carbon Transit Operations Program. Funding will be adjusted based on LCTOP actual allocations. D. APPROVING Two-year lag funding for $420,856 to Torrance Transit and Commerce Transit for the transitioned services from Metro as follows: 1. The transfer of Metro Line 256 to City of Commerce Municipal Bus Lines consisting of 56,682 Revenue Miles and corresponding funding in the amount of $80,496. 2.   Not available Not available
2021-0324 9.BudgetCONSIDER: A. APPROVING local funding request for Access Services (Access) in an amount not to exceed $122,582,419 for FY22. This amount includes: · Local funds for operating and capital expenses in the amount of $120,217,213; · Local funds paid directly to Metrolink for its participation in Access’ Free Fare Program in the amount of $2,365,206; and B. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to negotiate and execute all necessary agreements to implement the above funding programs.   Not available Not available
2021-0242 10.PlanCONSIDER: A. RECEIVING AND FILING the Management Audit Services (MAS) quarterly report for the period ending March 31, 2021; and B. APPROVING the FY 2022 Audit Plan.   Not available Not available
2020-0224 18.ProgramAUTHORIZE: A. The revised Metro Open and Slow Streets Grant Program Cycle Four Application Package and Guidelines; and B. Staff to administratively release Application and Guidelines Packages in the future cycles of the Open Streets Grant Program to Los Angeles County jurisdictions in anticipation of returning to the Board for funding recommendation approval.   Not available Not available
2021-0307 19.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to: A. INCREASE Contract Modification Authority (CMA) to 27 existing Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) contracts as delineated below for an aggregate amount of $5,580,000, thereby increasing the CMA amount from $28,919,130 to $34,499,130 and extend the periods of performance as follows: · Beat no. 3: Hollywood Car Carrier Contract No. FSP3469400B3/43, for $245,000 for up to 9 months · Beat no. 5: Sonic Towing, Inc. Contract No. FSP3469500B5/17, for $455,000 for up to 9 months · Beat no. 6: Neighborhood Towing 4 U Contract No. FSP3469600B6, for $320,000 for up to 9 months · Beat no. 7: Girard & Peterson Contract No. FSP3469900B7/11, for $195,000 for up to 9 months · Beat no. 10: Neighborhood Towing 4 U Contract No. FSP3848100FSP1410, for up to 4 months · Beat no. 11: Girard & Peterson Contract No. FSP3469900B7/11, for $195,000 for up to 9 months · Beat no. 12: Tip Top Tow Contract No. FSP2826700FSP14, for $140,000 for up to 4 months · Beat no. 17: Sonic Towing, Inc. Contract No. FSP3469500B5/17, for $265,000 for up to 9 months · B   Not available Not available
2021-0274 21.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to award a firm fixed unit rate Contract No. OP1788370008370, to Conejo Crest Landscape Inc., dba Conejo Crest Landscape Management, the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, to provide weed abatement using herbicide application services. The contract not-to-exceed amount is $639,701 for the three-year base, and $459,975 for the one, two-year option, for a combined not-to-exceed amount of $1,099,676, effective December 1, 2021, subject to resolution of protests(s), if any.   Not available Not available
2021-0216 46.PlanCONSIDER adopting the locally developed 2021-2024 Coordinated Public Transit - Human Services Plan for Los Angeles County to comply with the requirements of the federal Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) as reauthorized by the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) of 2015.   Not available Not available
2021-0448  Motion / Motion ResponseWe move that the Board direct the CEO to report back at the September 2021 Planning and Programming Committee on: A. The feasibility of setting a portfolio-wide goal of 50% consistent with Metro’s joint development forecast; B. Best practices from peer agencies for encouraging community-based development; and C. Recommendations for strategies and incentives to support community-based development, small and medium-sized contractor participation and local hire in order to avoid favoring big businesses and to create a level playing field for all to compete. Also include in the September report back consideration of an overall goal for the number of units produced. The report back should include the feasibility of developing affordable housing on land acquired for major capital projects in parallel with the delivery of the projects and the feasibility of launching community land trust initiatives similar to those of the County of Los Angeles. Lastly, the report back should also consider inclusion of project labor agreements in joint developments.   Not available Not available
2021-0436 49.Motion / Motion ResponseAPPROVE Motion by Directors Garcetti, Solis, Kuehl, Krekorian, and Najarian that the Board of Directors direct the Chief Executive Officer to assume and maintain the following roles in the delivery of each section of LA River Bike Path currently in development and to report back within 90 days on the status of each project, including funding plans, Sustainability, and Equity Assessments, milestone schedules, and execution of agreements with partner agencies: A. For the LA Riverway in the San Fernando Valley, Metro shall act as the funding agency administering Measure M and coordinating and supporting the pursuit of additional funds. B. For the LA River Path through Downtown Los Angeles, Metro shall act as the funding agency administering Measure M and coordinating and pursuing additional funds, the agency of record for environmental clearance, the constructing agency, and a partner in operating and maintaining the completed project. C. For the Lower LA River Bike Path, Metro shall act as the funding agency administering Measure M and coordinating and pursuing additional fu   Not available Not available
2021-0108 20.AppointmentAPPROVE nominees for membership on Metro’s Gateway Cities, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, South Bay Cities and Westside Central Service Councils.   Not available Not available
2021-0275 22.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to award a firm fixed unit rate Contract No. OP72918000 to Link-Nilsen Corp, to provide Fire-Life Safety systems testing, repair and certification services. The contract not-to-exceed amount is $3,911,744 for the three-year base period, and $1,990,280 for the one, two-year option, for a combined not-to-exceed amount of $5,902,024, effective September 16, 2021.   Not available Not available
2021-0292 23.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to award a 36 month, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contract No. FY75015000 for unleaded fuel to Mansfield Oil Company of Gainesville, Inc., the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, for a two year base, inclusive of sales tax, for a not-to-exceed amount of $6,128,473, and one one-year option for a not-to-exceed amount of $3,083,094, for a total not-to-exceed contract amount of $9,211,567, subject to resolution of protest(s), if any.   Not available Not available
2021-0276 27.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 10 to Contract No. OP710100003367 with Mitsubishi Electric USA, Inc. (MEUS), to continue performing comprehensive preventative maintenance, inspections and repairs of elevators and escalators along with their associated systems and equipment. Modification No. 10 is to exercise the one, two-year option in the amount of $32,592,290, increasing the total contract value from $76,732,083.65 to $109,324,373.65 and extending the period of performance from November 1, 2021 to October 31, 2023.   Not available Not available
2021-0357 28.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute Contract Modification No. 8 to Contract No.PS560810024798 with RMI International, Inc. (RMI) to continue providing existing infrastructure protection services, increase the not-to-exceed contract value by $15,000,000 from $105,453,758 to $120,453,758, and extend the period of performance from October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022.   Not available Not available
2021-0270 40.ResolutionCONSIDER: A. ADOPTING a resolution (Attachment A) authorizing Metro to serve as the Los Angeles County Local Access Fund Administrator (LAFA) of revenue generated by the Access for All Program of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to support on-demand wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV) service; and B. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer or their designee to submit an application to pursue a designated status as the LAFA for Los Angeles County of revenue generated from the fee that Senate Bill 1376 requires for each trip originating in our region that Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) provide.   Not available Not available
2021-0193 44.ContractA. APPROVE Life of Project (LOP) budget of $50.0M commencing FY22 for Phase 1 for the Charging Infrastructure Program alongside the J Line (Silver) supporting the Zero Emission Bus Program; B. APPROVE amending the FY22 Budget for $34.0M for charging infrastructure; and C. CONSIDER finding that authorization of the use of alternative delivery methods pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 130242 will achieve integration of design, project works, and other components in an efficient manner at Metro bus facilities. (REQUIRES 2/3 VOTE OF THE BOARD)   Not available Not available
2021-0289 11.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to: A. APPROVE the establishment of 11 contract agreements for professional services under the Real Estate Acquisition, Relocation, and Property Management Bench, with the contractors recommended in Attachment “A-1” for a five-year base period ($85,000,000) with five, one-year options ($1,000,000 each), with a funding amount not to exceed cumulative total of $90,000,000, subject to resolution of protest(s) if any. B. AWARD task orders within the approved not-to-exceed cumulative total value of $85,000,000.   Not available Not available
2021-0435 48.Motion / Motion ResponseAPPROVE Motion by Directors Hahn, Garcetti, Solis, Butts, Dutra, and Najarian that the Board of Directors direct the Chief Executive Officer to initiate a process with the Gateway Cities, South Bay, and other eligible Subregions to program their Subregional Equity Program funds starting no later than FY22-23, in accordance with project or program readiness and the following provisions: 1. To the extent that Measure M cash-flow may be unavailable for the SEP, Subregions may access SEP funds through a combination of inter-fund borrowing, exchanging with other programs and projects in their Subregions, Metro Measure M bonding capacity, or other discretionary funds designated for their Subregions; 2. Subregions will identify and determine their projects or programs to be funded with SEP, with Metro staff involvement limited to ensuring statutory and regulatory compliance, and with funds programmed and allocated in five-year increments; 3. Availability of SEP will not negatively impact the funding of other Measures R and M projects and programs or the overall funding committed by Measu   Not available Not available
2021-0279 30.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to: A. EXECUTE a cost-plus fixed fee Contract No. PS68345MC079 with Prescience Corporation to provide Construction Support Services for I-210 Soundwall Package 10 and I-710 Soundwall Packages 2 and 3, in an amount Not-to-Exceed $6,614,868 for a period of performance of 3 years, plus two (2) one-year options ($826,000 each year) that may be exercised in the future subject to resolution of properly submitted protest(s); and B. NEGOTIATE and execute individual Contract Work Orders and Contract Modifications up to the authorized Not-to-Exceed amount.   Not available Not available
2021-0325 31.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to: A. EXECUTE Modification No. 4 to Contract No. PS2890900 with Del Richardson & Associates, Inc. (DRA) for the continuation of professional services to support the ongoing implementation of the Metro Pilot Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project Business Solution Center (BSC) for twelve months, inclusive of two, 3-month option periods, in an amount not to exceed $219,070 ($110,723 for the base six (6) months; $56,835 for Option Period 1, and $51,512 for Option Period 2), increasing the total contract value from $1,531,125 to $1,750,195; and B. INCREASE the Contract Modification Authority (CMA) specific to Contract No. PS2890900 in the amount of $100,000 increasing the total CMA amount from $100,000 to $ 200,000 for additional support services related to BSC implementation.   Not available Not available
2021-0355 33.ProgramAPPROVE: A. New Medium Size Business Program Enhancements; B. Increase of Small Business Prime limits for competitively negotiated procurements; C. Community Level Contracting Program Concept; and D. Pursuit of Letters of Agreement with the County of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Community College District, the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Unified School District, Metrolink, and Los Angeles World Airports for them to officially accept Metro’s SBE Certification and pursue reciprocity agreements with BART and VTA since they have similar requirements for certification.   Not available Not available
2021-0048 12.ProgramAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and purchase Public Entity excess liability policies with up to $300 million in limits at a cost not to exceed $18.9 million for the 12-month period effective August 1, 2021 to August 1, 2022.   Not available Not available
2021-0356 34.ProgramAPPROVE 28% Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) overall goal for Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2022 - 2024 for contracts funded, in whole or in part with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds.   Not available Not available
2020-0768 35.ContractCONSIDER: A. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to award and execute a five (5) year contract, Contract No. EN66937, with Kleinfelder, Inc. for Environmental Engineering and Consulting services on Task Orders for a total amount not-to-exceed $48,000,000 inclusive of three base years with an initial amount not-to-exceed $37,000,000; with two one-year options; and B. AUTHORIZING Contract Modification Authority (CMA) in the amount of $4,800,000 (10% of the not-to-exceed contract amount) and authorizing the CEO to award and execute individual task order changes and/or modifications within the CMA amount.   Not available Not available
2021-0410 36.ContractAUTHORIZE: A. An increase to the total authorized funding for Contract No. PS20655 with TRC Solutions Inc. for Environmental Waste Handling and Environmentally Related Construction Services in the Not-to-Exceed amount of $19,759,809, increasing the total authorized funding from $74,800,000 to $94,559,809, extending the contract term an additional six months; and B. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute all individual Task Orders and changes within the new Board approved contract funding amount.   Not available Not available
2021-0306 38.Informational ReportCONSIDER: A. FINDING that the use of a construction manager/general contractor (CM/GC) project delivery method for the I-105 ExpressLanes Project, pursuant to Public Utilities Code Sections 130242, to achieve certain private sector efficiencies by an integrated project delivery team is appropriate; and B. APPROVING a competitive solicitation of a CM/GC contract(s) to qualified proposers, pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 130242, whose proposals will be evaluated by utilizing appropriate evaluation criteria (including price) set forth in the solicitation documents. (REQUIRES 2/3 VOTE OF THE BOARD) C. FINDING that the use of a Design/Build/Operate/Maintain (DBOM) project delivery method for a separate solicitation for the Roadside Toll Collection System (RTCS) for the I-105 ExpressLanes Project, pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 130242, to achieve certain private sector efficiencies by an integrated project delivery team is appropriate; and D. APPROVING a separate competitive solicitation of a DBOM contract(s) to qualified proposers, pursuant to Public Utilities Co   Not available Not available
2021-0271 13.AgreementAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute an amendment to the Joint Development Agreement (JDA) with A Community of Friends (Developer) and fund $1,460,037 into an escrow account to be repaid by the Developer at construction closing in order to facilitate the reabandonment of an oil well on Metro-owned property at the northeast corner of 1st and Lorena Streets in Boyle Heights (Site).   Not available Not available
2021-0192 15.PolicyADOPT updated Joint Development Policy (Attachment A).   Not available Not available
2021-0448  Motion / Motion ResponseWe move that the Board direct the CEO to report back at the September 2021 Planning and Programming Committee on: A. The feasibility of setting a portfolio-wide goal of 50% consistent with Metro’s joint development forecast; B. Best practices from peer agencies for encouraging community-based development; and C. Recommendations for strategies and incentives to support community-based development, small and medium-sized contractor participation and local hire in order to avoid favoring big businesses and to create a level playing field for all to compete. Also include in the September report back consideration of an overall goal for the number of units produced. The report back should include the feasibility of developing affordable housing on land acquired for major capital projects in parallel with the delivery of the projects and the feasibility of launching community land trust initiatives similar to those of the County of Los Angeles. Lastly, the report back should also consider inclusion of project labor agreements in joint developments.   Not available Not available
2021-0367 16.Informational ReportRECEIVE AND FILE status report on Community Based Organization Partnering Strategy: Elements for Successful Partnering in Professional Services (Attachment A).   Not available Not available
2021-0291 17.PolicyADOPT: 1) REVISED Measure R Highway Program Criteria - Project Eligibility for Highway Operational Improvements and Ramp/Interchange Improvements (Attachment A), and 2) REVISED Measure M Guidelines, Section X - Multi-Year Programs (Highway Subfunds) (Attachment B)   Not available Not available
2021-0467  Motion / Motion ResponseAPPROVE Amending Motion by Directors Butts and Garcetti that the Board approve the recommendations in Item 17: Modernizing the Metro Highway Program. WE FURTHER MOVE that the Board amend the list of example eligible projects for subregional programs in Attachments A and B as follows: “Transportation infrastructure in a public right-of-way that supports the implementation of TDM strategies, including associated software, licensing, and related one-time support costs, to the maximum extent permitted by the Measure R or Measure M ordinance.” WE FURTHER MOVE that the Board direct the CEO to report back in September 2021 on the status of all 19 Board-adopted modernization actions. This report should include clarity on the applicability of expanded eligibility to Measure R and Measure M highway projects that are not explicitly included in the attached guidelines.   Not available Not available
2021-0288 37.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to: A. EXERCISE a one-year option for Contract No. AE36687 with Mott MacDonald Group for Supplemental Engineering Services for the Engineering Design of Rail and Highway Transportation Projects, extending the period of performance from June 22, 2021 through June 22, 2022; B. INCREASE the total authorized contract value for Contract No. AE36687 with Mott MacDonald Group for Supplemental Engineering Services for Engineering Design for Rail and Highway Transportation Projects in an amount not-to-exceed $5,000,000 increasing the total contract value from $17,500,000 to $22,500,000. Work will only be authorized by specific task orders, funded by specific project budgets; and C. NEGOTIATE and EXECUTE Task Orders and modifications within the Board approved funding amount.   Not available Not available
2021-0113 39.BudgetCONSIDER: A. APPROVING an increase in Life of Project (LOP) budgets by a total of $2,700,000 for three Union Station capital projects #210157, #210159, and #210161; B. AMENDING the FY22 budget for Union Station capital projects to include $2,700,000 for the Union Station capital projects; and C. AUTHORIZING LOP budget for certain prior year Union Station capital improvements totaling $4,237,415.   Not available Not available
2021-0432 42.Informational ReportRECEIVE oral report on Fareless System Initiative (FSI) Update.   Not available Not available
2021-0455 52.Motion / Motion ResponseAPPROVE Motion by Directors Garcetti, Najarian, Barger, Butts, Sandoval, and Dupont-Walker that the Board of Directors direct the Chief Executive Officer to: A. Develop a comprehensive assessment and action plan for the Dorothy Peyton Gray Transportation Library and Archive, including but not limited to recommendations for Board action on: 1. Short-, mid-, and long-term goals for the library to improve accessibility to its materials and grow its community presence; 2. Appropriate permanent staffing and other investment to ensure achieving and maintaining an exceptional level of service and prestige; 3. A permanent home within the Metro organization consistent with Metro’s enabling legislation; 4. Potential strategic partnerships to help the library grow its reach; 5. Benchmarks against peer agencies and libraries; 6. Any other relevant opportunities related to the library’s mission, services, and standing; and B. Report back to the October 2021 Executive Management Committee with an update on all the above. Regarding directive A.2 above (FTEs), report back earlier than Octob   Not available Not available
2021-0456 51.Motion / Motion ResponseAPPROVE Motion by Directors Solis, Kuehl, Mitchell, Butts, Sandoval, and Garcetti that the Board of Directors direct the Chief Executive Officer to report back in July 2021 with an update via Board Box and again in August 2021 with a final report that includes the following: A. Analysis of Metro’s duties and available authority to impose conditions when acting as the lead agency for non-Metro projects with regards to environmental clearance; B. Recommendations for community benefits developed in collaboration with the project owner to be included as part of the project scope. Recommendations should consider, but not be limited to: · Mitigations for potential parking impacts · Local job creation · Workforce training · Small business support and partnerships · Affordable housing, and · Housing/business preservation. C. Any completed studies that can be made publicly available as part of the LA ART Project, including any preliminary traffic analyses and demand modeling that estimate how many car trips will be taken off the street as a result of the Project; and D. L   Not available Not available
2021-0452 50.Informational ReportRECEIVE AND FILE a status report in response to Board Motion 45 by Directors Garcetti, Mitchell, Krekorian, Hahn, Bonin, and Solis at the May 2021 Board Meeting.   Not available Not available
2021-0390 3.Oral Report / PresentationRECEIVE remarks by the Chair.   Not available Not available
2021-0391 4.Oral Report / PresentationRECEIVE report by the Chief Executive Officer.   Not available Not available
2021-0389 53.Oral Report / PresentationELECTION of 2nd Vice Chair.   Not available Not available
2021-0331 54.PolicyCONSIDER: A. HOLDING a public hearing on the proposed Resolution of Necessity; and B. ADOPTING the Resolution of Necessity authorizing the commencement of an eminent domain action to acquire APN: 5173-019-006 in fee simple and the non-movable assets, otherwise known as improvements pertaining to the realty or fixtures and equipment, located at 801 East Commercial Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (hereinafter called the “Property Interests” as shown in Attachment A). (REQUIRES 2/3 VOTE OF THE BOARD)   Not available Not available
2021-0332 55.PolicyCONSIDER: A. HOLDING a public hearing on the proposed Resolution of Necessity; and B. ADOPTING the Resolution of Necessity authorizing the commencement of an eminent domain action to acquire APNs: 5173-003-012 and 5173-018-001 and in fee simple located at 621 and 703 Commercial Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (hereinafter called the “Property” as identified in Attachment A). (REQUIRES 2/3 VOTE OF THE BOARD)   Not available Not available
2021-0392  Informational ReportRECEIVE General Public Comment   Not available Not available