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Board of Directors Meeting

April 28 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Board of Directors are scheduled to meet Thursday, April 28th, 2022. The meeting will begin at 6:00 pm. The meeting will now be held only virtually.

PUBLIC COMMENTS:
To address the SBCCOG Board of Directors on any agenda item or a matter within the Board of Directors’ purview, please provide written comments by 5:00 pm, April 28, 2022 via email to [email protected] All written comments submitted will become part of the official record. Unless otherwise noted in the Agenda, the Public can only provide written comment on SBCCOG related business that is within the jurisdiction of the SBCCOG and/or items listed on the Agenda which will be addressed during the Public Comment portion of the meeting (Item #VI).

ACCESSING THE MEETING:

To participate via video conference, use this link: Receive Zoom meeting credentials in advance of the meeting by using the below link:
https://scag.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIld-uorDsqhEYyjIrAPN_G-rVEpc0Lrw

OR

To access the Zoom meeting, visit https://zoom.us/join or call (669) 900-6833 and use Meeting ID: 968 020 200; Passcode: 398836

AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER (6:00 PM)
Drew Boyles, Chair

II. VERIFY QUORUM

III. CONFIRM POSTING OF THE AGENDA BY TORRANCE CITY CLERK

IV. BROWN ACT DECLARATION – Pursuant to AB 361, the Board of Directors finds that a statewide state of
emergency remains in force and State and local officials continue to recommend measures to promote
social distancing

V. ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ANY CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

VI. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC (6:05 pm)

VII. CONSENT CALENDAR (6:08 pm)

Matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered routine and will be enacted by one motion and one vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered separately.

A. February 24, 2022 minutes & special meeting minutes March 14, 2022 & April 11, 2022 (attachments)

B. Legislative Matrix– (attachment) – Approve
1. Support – AB 1944, AB 2647, SB 914, AB 1599, S.3788/HR6989
2. Oppose – AB 1976, AB 2097, AB 2221, SB 932
3. Opposition letter sent for SB 897 – time critical & pertains to longstanding policy

C. Modification of Contract with Energy Coalition re: the SoCal Regional Energy Partnership (attachment) – Approve

D. Contract with Studio One Eleven for REAP Commercial Redevelopment Project (attachment) – Approve

E. South Bay Fiber Network – Change order #3 and Work Order #5 (attachment) – Approve

F. Employee Salary Schedule & Updated Job Descriptions (attachment) – Approve

G. Appointments to Outside Agencies (attachment) – Approve

H. Letter to Metro re: Measure M MSP Subregional Equity Program Guidelines & South Bay Commitments (attachment) – Approve

I. Letter to the County Supervisors re: Blue Ribbon Commission on Homelessness recommendations
(attachment approved by Steering Committee and sent – time critical) – Receive and file

J. Grant Letters of Support (attachments) – Receive and file
a. Water Replenishment District – Clean Drinking Water and Groundwater Cleanup Program
b. Cal State Dominguez Hills – tech equipment
c. Metro I-105 ExpressLanes federal grant

K. Monthly Reports – Receive and File

1.City Attendance at SBCCOG meetings (attachment)
2. Transportation Report (attachment)
3. Media Report (attachment)
4. Reports from Outside Agencies (attachments for each at end of the agenda)
a. League of California Cities & LA Division Legislative Committee (Bea Dieringer & Jeff Kiernan)
b. SCAG Regional Council (Drew Boyles, Mark Henderson, James Gazeley)
c. Metro Service Council (Don Szerlip)
d. South Bay Association of Chambers of Commerce (Olivia Valentine)
e. South Bay Aerospace Alliance (Olivia Valentine/Rodney Tanaka)
f. South Bay Workforce Investment Board

VIII. METRO SERVICE COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS (attachments) (6:10 pm)

IX. PRESENTATIONS – (all prepared presentations will be posted @ www.southbaycities.org)
A. Climate Resilience and Cities (6:25 pm)
1. Juliette Finzi-Hart, Cal Office of Planning and Research
B. Metro Mobility Concept Plan for LA28 Games (6:45 pm)
1. Frank Ching, Metro Deputy Executive Officer of Countywide Planning & Development and
Chris Thompson, VP, Government Relations for LA 28
C. DPH – SPA 8 Update – Lindsey Lastra, LA County Dept. of Public Health (7:05 pm)

X. TRANSPORTATION REPORTS (7:15 pm)
A. Metro Report – Board member James Butts/Steve Lantz
B. Transportation Committee report – Chris Pimentel/Steve Lantz

XI. SBCCOG PROGRAM ACTION ITEMS, REPORTS AND UPDATES (7:25 pm)
A. Contract Amendment with WBMWD (was not reviewed by Steering Committee)
B. SBCCOG 2022-2023 Work Program (attachment) – Approve
C. Alert South Bay
D. General Assembly Feedback
E. Homeless Services
F. Legislative Committee report
a. Report from Regional Housing Trust Fund status
G. SBESC projects and programs
a. South Bay Environmental Services Center Report (attachment)
H. South Bay Fiber Network
I. Local Travel Network
J. Regional Planner assessment
K. Senior Services
L. Photo Contest
M. Virtual/Hybrid/In Person meetings
N. Other

XII. AGENCY REPORTS (7:55 pm)
NOTE: Oral reports will only be made to clarify or amplify written attachments
No Attachments received)
A. SCAG Committees
i. Community, Economic, & Human Development (Mark Henderson, Drew Boyles, Frank Zerunyan & Mark Waronek)
ii. Energy and Environment (Britt Huff)
iii. Transportation (James Gazeley)
B. Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
C. Air Quality Management District (Joe Buscaino & Denny Shaw)
D. Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission (Bill Brand/Alegria)
F. KHHR (Hawthorne Airport) Committee re: Community Impacts (Olivia Valentine)
G. California Association of Councils of Governments – CALCOG (Britt Huff)

XIII. UPCOMING EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV. ADJOURNMENT

Next Board meeting – Thursday, May 26, 2022

 

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