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Steering Committee Meeting

December 12, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The Steering Committee is scheduled to meet Monday, December 12th, 2022 at 12 noon BOTH via Zoom and in person at the SBCCOG Office located at 2355 Crenshaw Blvd., Suite 125, Torrance, CA 90501.

We are asking in-person attendees to bring your laptop, tablet or a printed copy of the agenda as we will only have two courtesy copies available.

To address the SBCCOG Steering Committee on any agenda item or a matter within the Steering Committee’s purview, please provide written comments by 11:00 am, December 12, 2022 via email to [email protected]. All written comments submitted will become part of the official record.

ACCESSING THE MEETING VIRTUALLY: To receive Zoom meeting credentials in advance of the meeting, register by using the link below:

OR to access the Zoom meeting, visit https://zoom.us/join or call (669) 900-6833 and use
Meeting ID: 946 3244 4212; Passcode: 185297



 ACTION: Receive and file



V. CONSENT CALENDAR – action items noted, remainder are receive & file – 12:05 pm
A. Steering Committee October 10, 2022 meeting minutes – attached
 ACTION: Approve

B. SoCal REN (payments to the SBCCOG)
 Contract Amendment – attached
 Renewal of Master agreement – attached
 ACTION: Approve

C. IT Managed Services Provider (payment from the SBCCOG)
 Memo & Recommended Proposal – attached
 ACTION: Approve

D. Usage of SBCCOG conference room for SBACC Board of Directors Meetings
 Letter of agreement – attached
 ACTION: Approve

E. Amendment No. 1 to Facility and Equipment Usage Agreement between SBCCOG and SCAG
 Contract amendment attached to use SCAG video equipment
 ACTION: Approve

F. City Attendance at SBCCOG Meetings – attached

G. Media Report – attached

H. Thanks to Assemblyman Muratsuchi for successfully carrying AB 2432 – Neighborhood electric vehicles: County of Los Angeles – a step to implement the Local Travel Network – 12:10 pm

I. Request for Legislation in the coming state session – 12:25 pm
 Proposal to be available at the meeting
 ACTION: Review and approve for forwarding to our legislative delegation with meetings to be scheduled with their offices in January (new legislation must be submitted by January 20)

J. Look Ahead re: Green Line Extension – 12:35 pm
 EIR release expected in January– will be controversial in the South Bay – memo attached
 ACTION: Consider sponsoring a bus tour through residential areas of the Gold Line and Expo Line that have impacts similar to those that would occur on the Green Line South and,
 ACTION: Withhold any formal position on the alignment at this time

K. Opportunities to Serve – 12:45 pm
 Positions Vacated by Olivia Valentine leaving office
o South Bay Association of Chambers of Commerce
o South Bay Aerospace Alliance (Rodney Tanaka is the alternate)
 Potential Western Sector AQMD seat
 ACTION: In January send out notice so that new councilmembers are included

L. Board Meeting Agenda Development – 12:50 PM
 Open House – November 17 TY to staff
 January
 SBCCOG orientation and review of SBCCOG Committees – annual report and who members
are for newly elected officials and all board members – time for introductions?
 Department of Public Health quarterly reports – Lindsey Lastra
 Consider equity principle for SBCCOG
 February
 Green Line extension EIR (April for recommendation)
 Mid-Year Budget & Report of Finance Committee
 March – General Assembly
 April
 Status of each city’s efforts re: Energy and Climate Recognition Program
 Department of Public Health quarterly reports – Lindsey Lastra
 Special meetings
 January 12
 Legislative Briefing – 9 am to 10:45 am – hybrid??? – currently advertised as zoom only
 Housing Education Forums – noon to 1 pm – virtual
 Possible net metering meeting
 Possible bus tour
 Future meeting possible speakers:
 Sheriff Luna
 Mayor Karen Bass, City of Los Angeles
 Supervisor Hahn, Chair of the Board of Supervisors
 Supervisor Mitchell
 Stephanie Wiggins, Metro CEO
 Signal Synchronization applications with the SBFN – What’s Happening in Manhattan Beach
 How Villages help to age in place
 Hybrid meetings until 1/24?
 BB&K took a deeper dive into the question of whether the Board may continue to meet virtually after the Governor lifts the state of emergency (scheduled for February, 2023). The attached memo concludes that the legislative bodies of the SBCCOG may continue meeting virtually (if they so choose) until AB 361 expires in early 2024 so long as they make specific findings on their agendas, similar to the findings they make now.
 Additionally, since the findings would rely on social distancing, that would be required for the in-person portion of the meeting.
 ACTION: Review and provide direction

M. Approval of Invoices – to be sent separately – 1:00 PM
 ACTION: Approve invoices for payment

N. Local Travel Network – 1:05 PM
 Update on Presentations (local + State/Regional)
 Status of Technical Consulting Work (i.e., the law enforcement focus group; TAC; etc.)
 Measure M Applications

O. South Bay Fiber Network – 1:10 pm
 LATA Grant Award – $498,949 – review next steps
 Work order #6 with LA County transport circuit
 Status of wireless pilot project for businesses

P. SCAG REAP 1.0 and 2.0 Update – 1:20 pm
 REAP 1.0 projects – ADU, Commercial Redevelopment, Housing Education
 REAP 2.0 projects pending – earmark of $585,856, formal applications due in February 2023 but possibly postponed until March
 Housing Trust Fund formation steps
 Implementation of Commercial Redevelopment into Housing using Other to Residential Toolkit
 Metro REAP 2.0 project funds – applied for Three Mobility Projects to Support Neighborhood Oriented Development and Sustainable Housing in the South Bay
 Educational support for Micro-Mobility and the Local Travel Network implementation
 Feasibility Study for the Siting and Development of 4 Neighborhood Mobility Hub Pilot Projects in Disadvantaged Communities in the South Bay
 State of Micro-Mobility and Housing Study in the South Bay – data collection and evaluation

Q. Homeless Services report – 1:25 pm
 Client Aid status of disbursements – attached
 Update for meetings to advocate for pilot project to remove some of the barriers to use Section 8 vouchers
 Hawthorne Groundbreaking
 West Haven Supportive Housing

R. Update on South Bay Environmental Services Center Activities – attached – 1:30 PM

S. Update on Senior Services – 1:35 PM

T. SPA 8 Working Group – Supervisor’s rep, DMH, DPS, DHS – quarterly meetings – 1:40 pm
 After a meeting with Beach Cities Health District staff, it was agreed that we would move this working group to staff level. Staff from SBCCOG, BCHD and LA County will be meeting quarterly and SBCCOG will report out to the elected officials at the Board meetings after those meetings.

U. General Assembly Planning Update – 1:45 PM

V. Finance Committee – 1:50 PM
 1st meeting is December 15 @ 5 pm – virtual

W. Monthly Transportation Report – attached – 1:55 pm


IX. NEXT STEERING COMMITTEE/BOARD MEETING – Monday, January 9, 2023 @ 12:00 noon – hybrid

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