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Regular Agenda - January 11, 2018

 

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REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 2018 AT 8:30 A.M.

Board of Harbor Commissioners
President, Ambassador Vilma S. Martinez
Vice President David Arian
Commissioner Lucia Moreno-Linares
Commissioner Anthony Pirozzi, Jr.
Commissioner Edward R. Renwick

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ORDER OF BUSINESS

 

OPEN SESSION

A. Roll Call

 

B. Executive Director Remarks

C. Comments from the Public on Non-Agenda Items

D. Report from the Neighborhood Council Representatives

 

E. Reports of the Commissioners


F. Board Committee Reports

1. Audit Committee Meeting of December 14, 2017


G. Approval of the Minutes

1. Regular Meeting of December 14, 2017
H. Presentation

1. 2018-2022 Strategic Plan

I. Level I Coastal Development Permit Report

J. Board Reports of the Executive Director

Consent Items (1 - 7)

Information Technology

1. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES HARBOR DEPARTMENT AND KNIGHT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. FOR PORT POLICE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SUPPORT

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2

Summary: Staff is requesting approval to enter into an Agreement with Knight Communications, Inc. (Knight) to provide maintenance and support services twenty-four hours per day, seven days a week (24x7) for the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) Port Police Information Technology (IT) systems. The proposed Agreement is for a term of three years and a not-to-exceed compensation amount of $4,800,000. The recommendation to select Knight is based on a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) process performed by the Harbor Department. The proposed Agreement with Knight is one of three agreements that will be proposed from the RFP. The proposed Agreement with Knight is for overall Port Police IT Systems. The other two agreements, which will be limited to vendor-specific systems, will be presented at a future Board of Harbor Commissioners (Board) meeting for consideration. Knight is a certified Very Small Business Enterprise (VSBE); therefore, 100% of the Agreement will contribute towards the Harbor Department's VSBE goals. Knight is located in Claremont, California. Expenditures under the proposed Agreement are the financial responsibility of the Harbor Department.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the Director of Environmental Management has determined that the proposed action is administratively exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Class 2(f) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; (2) find that in accordance with the Los Angeles City Charter Section 1022, it is more feasible for outside contractors to perform this work than City employees; (3) approve the Agreement with Knight for a duration of three years and a not-to-exceed compensation amount of $4,800,000; (4) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest; and (5) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Information Technology

2. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - PURCHASE ORDER CHANGE TO CONTRACT NO. 39811 WITH ZONES, INC. FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES AND RELATED SERVICES

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2

Summary: Staff requests approval of a Purchase Order Change (POC) to Contract Number 39811 with Zones, Inc. (Zones) for information technology (IT) equipment, supplies and related services. Contract No. 39811 is used on an as-needed basis to purchase computer-based hardware, including desktops, laptops, tablets, monitors, keyboards, printers, routers, switches and peripherals, and related software, supplies and services. These purchases are required to support on-going operations, new projects and future growth. The proposed POC is to increase the not-to-exceed amount by $4,650,000, for a new total not-to-exceed amount of $6,900,000. The proposed increase is to purchase computer networking equipment to replace existing equipment that are at end-of-life. The proposed increase will also consolidate other hardware purchases for on-going operations that had previously been purchased with separate purchase orders. Contract No. 39811 was awarded to Zones based on the competitive bid process performed by the Contracts and Purchasing Division (CPD) of the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) for Bid Number F-969. Zones is headquartered in Auburn, Washington, with a local office in Cerritos, California. The proposed POC is the financial responsibility of the Harbor Department.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the Director of Environmental Management has determined that the proposed action is administratively exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; (2) find that the competitive contracting requirement is met using the responses from the Harbor Department’s Bid Number F-969; (3) approve the POC with Zones, Inc. for the purchase of IT equipment, supplies, and related services for an amount not-to-exceed $6,900,000; (4) authorize the Executive Director to make non-technical corrections or clarifications, within the authorized contract amount, to effectuate the intent of the contract; (5) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest; and (6) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Information Technology

3. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVAL OF STATE OF CALIFORNIA, CALIFORNIA NETWORK 3 AUTHORIZATION TO ORDER SERVICES ONE-YEAR EXTENSIONS FROM AT&T CORPORATION (AGREEMENT NO. 15-3333)

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2
Transmittal 3
Transmittal 4

Summary: Staff is requesting approval of one-year extensions to two State of California, California Network 3 (CALNET 3) Authorizations to Order (ATOs) with AT&T Corporation. The two ATOs were approved by the Board of Harbor Commissioners on June 8, 2015 for a three-year term with two optional one-year extensions (Agreement No. 15-3333). These ATOs allow the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) to order telecommunications products and services at the reduced rates negotiated by the State with AT&T. The current ATOs expire on June 30, 2018. The State of California has exercised its first one-year option to extend the underlying contracts with AT&T, which allows the Harbor Department to similarly extend its ATOs for one year. Staff is also requesting a conditional approval and delegation of authority to the Executive Director to enter into the second one-year extension for the ATOs in the event that the State exercises its second one-year contract extensions in 2019. The first, one-year extension would allow the Harbor Department to continue using the CALNET 3 contract until June 30, 2019. The second, conditional one-year extension would extend the ATO until June 30, 2020. The not-to-exceed payment amount for the proposed extensions shall be the amount approved by the Board for the Telephone Services budget account during each annual budget process. AT&T was awarded participation in the CALNET 3 contract after a competitive procurement process conducted by the State of California's Department of Technology. AT&T is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with offices in Los Angeles, California. Telecommunications services are the financial responsibility of the Harbor Department.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the Director of Environmental Management has determined that the proposed action is administratively exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; (2) find that in accordance with Administrative Code Section 10.15(8), the competitive contracting requirement is met using the responses from the State of California’s Request for Qualification Proposal (RFQP) solicitation (RFQP 12-001), which resulted in the State of California’s Office of Technology Services CALNET 3 Statewide Contract A (SWC-A), C3-A-12-10-TS-01 and Statewide Contract B (SWC-B), C3-B-12-10-TS-01; (3) approve the first one-year option to extend the two Authorizations to Order with AT&T for the acquisition of telecommunications utility services for the length of the CALNET 3 contract, up to June 30, 2019; (4) approve the second one-year option to extend the two Authorizations to Order conditioned upon the State of California exercising its second one-year extension to its contracts with AT&T, to June 30, 2020, and delegate authority to the Executive Director to exercise the second one-year extension with AT&T; (5) authorize the Chief Information Officer for the Harbor Department or his designee to be the Harbor Department's authorized signatory for ordering services through CALNET 3; (6) direct the Board Secretary to transmit the underlying Authorizations to Order with AT&T to the Los Angeles City Council for approval of the extensions pursuant to Section 373 of the Charter of the City of Los Angeles and Section 10.5 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code; and (7) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Waterfront & Commercial Real Estate

4. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVE ORDER RESETTING COMPENSATION UNDER CONCESSION AGREEMENT NO. 521 WITH 2500 VIA CABRILLO MARINA, LLC

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2

Summary: Staff requests approval of the Order resetting compensation under Concession Agreement No. 521 (CA 521), which grants 2500 Via Cabrillo Marina, LLC, a California Limited Liability Company (Via Cabrillo) the use of approximately 39,531 square feet (s.f.) of City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) land at 2500 Via Cabrillo Marina, San Pedro, for constructing, operating, and maintaining facilities for a convenience restaurant; charter vessel facility; vessel brokerage and insurance; sale of marine hardware and sundry items; rental of marine-related office space; marina-related retail sales; and incidental purposes. The Order resetting compensation covers the five-year period of September+1, 2017 through August 31, 2022. The compensation for the five-year period is set at $72,329.40 per year and will adjust annually based on the Consumer Price Index for All Items, All Urban Communities for the Los Angeles - Riverside and Orange Counties (CPI) adjustments each July 1.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the proposed action is administratively exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines as determined by the Director of Environmental Management; (2) approve the Order resetting compensation under Concession Agreement No. 521 for the five-year period from September 1, 2017 through August 31, 2022; (3) authorize the Board Secretary to attest to the Order under Concession Agreement No. 521 resetting compensation to be paid by 2500 Via Cabrillo Marina, LLC pursuant to Section 4(1) of Concession Agreement No. 521; and (4) adopt Resolution No.____________ and Order No.____________.

 

Waterfront & Commercial Real Estate

5. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVE SUCCESSOR PERMIT NO. 919 WITH H.S. SEAFOODS, INC.

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2

Summary: Staff requests approval of successor Permit No. 919 (P-919) with H.S. Seafoods, Inc., a California corporation (H.S. Seafoods), for use and occupancy of Stall 4 at the San Pedro Municipal Fish Market (Municipal Fish Market). P-919 is a successor term permit to Revocable Permit No. 12-19. P-919 is the last of a series of successor permits issued to Municipal Fish Market tenants for the installation of individual refrigeration units and systems that replaced the 65-year old centralized refrigeration system and other necessary equipment. The centralized system was turned off and disassembled by the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) in April 2017. Each tenant is now responsible for securing their own individual refrigeration system. P-919 is structured to allow H.S. Seafoods to finance installation of an individual refrigeration system in Stall 4 by providing a rent credit for the first five years in the amount of $600 monthly. H.S. Seafoods will also receive a rent credit of $2,500 monthly for two years for equipment purchase and moving expenses. Annual rent is $37,680, paid monthly at $3,140 and subject to annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) increases. The annual rent credit amounts to $37,200 the first two years for moving expenses and $7,200 per year for the remaining three years. The term of P-919 will be eight years with two, one-year options to extend the agreement.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the proposed action is categorically exempt from the requirements of the California Environment Quality Act (CEQA) under Article III Class 1(14) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines as determined by the Director of Environmental Management; (2) approve Permit No. 919 with H.S. Seafoods, Inc; (3) direct the Board Secretary to transmit Permit No. 919 to City Council for approval pursuant to Charter Section 606 of the City Charter; (4) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to Permit No. 919 upon approval by City Council; and (5) adopt Resolution No.___________.

Cargo Marketing

6. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVAL OF PERSONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES HARBOR DEPARTMENT AND IMS WORLDWIDE INC.

Transmittal 1

Summary: Staff requests the approval of a personal services agreement between the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) and IMS Worldwide Inc. (IMSW) to assist the Harbor Department, as grantee, with specialized technical expertise pertaining to Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) No. 202 on an as-needed basis. IMSW, based in Henrietta, Texas, is a recognized firm in FTZ consulting and zone operations for grantees, communities, zone-site owners, and companies. As the grantee, the Harbor Department oversees all aspects of the FTZ program and its governing regulations. The FTZ program is designed to stimulate international trade for imported foreign goods by deferring payments of import duties and fees only until goods are entered into the U.S. for domestic consumption. Imported products into FTZ No. 202 may be re-exported without paying an import duty. The proposed Agreement is for a term of one year with two one-year renewal options at a not-to-exceed amount of $70,000 per year. Renewal options shall be authorized for extension by the Executive Director. If all renewal options are exercised, total authority for all three years will be for a not-to-exceed amount of $210,000.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the Director of Environmental Management has determined that the proposed action is administratively exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; (2) find that in accordance with the City Charter Section 1022, work under the proposed Agreement can be performed more feasibly by an independent consultant rather than by City employees; (3) approve the proposed Agreement between the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department and IMS Worldwide Inc. for a term of one year with two, one-year renewal options with annual compensation of $70,000 and a total not-to-exceed amount of $210,000; (4) delegate authority to the Executive Director to approve the two, one-year renewal options on behalf of the Board, subject to budget approval for future year funding; (5) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to said proposed Agreement, for and on behalf of the Board; and (6) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Environmental Management

7. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES HARBOR DEPARTMENT AND ORCEM AMERICAS, INC. FOR INDEMNITY AND REIMBURSEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW COSTS

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2

Summary: Staff requests that the Board of Harbor Commissioners (Board) approve a 3-year Agreement with Orcem Americas, Inc. (Orcem) for reimbursement of up to $300,000 in costs associated with oversight of preparation of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documentation for a proposed six-acre dry bulk terminal at Berths 191-194 (Project). This Agreement would also indemnify the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) against any and all claims associated with its actions as lead agency under CEQA. Orcem will contract directly with an environmental consultant to prepare the environmental documents. The Harbor Department will review the environmental documentation and, in its sole discretion, determine if it is sufficient to comply with CEQA for the proposed Project. Approval of this Agreement does not bind the Board to any further approvals related to Orcem or the proposed Project.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the proposed action is administratively exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines as determined by the Director of Environmental Management; (2) approve the Agreement with Orcem Americas, Inc.; (3) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to said Agreement for and on behalf of the Board; and (4) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Regular Items (8 - 11)

Commission Office

8. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPOINTING COMMISSIONER DAVID ARIAN AS MEMBER AND COMMISSIONER ____________ AS ALTERNATE MEMBER TO THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE INTERMODAL CONTAINER TRANSFER FACILITY JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY

Recommendation: Board resolve to adopt Subject Resolution No.____________.

 

Port Pilots

9. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - AWARD OF AGREEMENT WITH TRELLEBORG MARINE SYSTEMS DENMARK A/S FOR PURCHASE OF A COMPREHENSIVE PORTABLE PILOTING UNIT SYSTEM

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2

Summary: Staff requests that the Board of Harbor Commissioners to approve Agreement with Trelleborg Marine Systems Denmark A/S, (TMS DK) for the purchase of a comprehensive portable piloting unit (PPU) system. The proposed purchase of the TMS DK PPU system will replace the current equipment which has surpassed its life expectancy of 5 years and is no longer supported by its manufacturer. Replacement of the current system is critical to Port Pilot operations in facilitating continuous, uninterrupted goods movement in and out of the Port of Los Angeles. Through a competitive selection process and publication of a Request for Proposals, TMS DK was identified as the only supplier capable of providing a complete PPU system (both hardware and software) that is designed and produced in-house with no involvement of third-party sub-contractors. The total agreement is in the amount not-to-exceed $270,000.00 and provides for 8 Portable Piloting Units, navigational software, Cloud server, system integration, certificated training, delivery, and aftersales product warranty and support over three years. The Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) will be financially responsible for this purchase and services under the terms of the awarded agreement.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the proposed action is administratively exempt from the requirements of the California Environment Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines as determined by the Director of Environmental Management; (2) approve the Agreement with TMS DK in the amount not-to-exceed $270,000.00; (3) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest said Agreement, for and on behalf of the Board; and (4) adopt Resolution No.____________.

 

Environmental Management

10. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - BANK ENABLING INSTRUMENT FOR THE PORT OF LOS ANGELES HARBOR HABITAT MITIGATION BANK

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2
Transmittal 3

Summary: Staff requests approval and execution of a Bank Enabling Instrument (BEI) for a Port of Los Angeles (Port) Harbor Habitat Mitigation Bank (Bank) among the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department), the United States Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), and the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS). The BEI sets forth an agreement regarding the establishment, use, operation, and maintenance of seven biological mitigation sites to be used as future mitigation credits (Bank Sites). These Bank Sites, which collectively total approximately 374 acres, were previously developed in the Los Angeles Harbor District in accordance with Inner Harbor and Outer Harbor Mitigation Bank Memoranda of Agreements, executed in 1984 and 1997, respectively, with multiple agencies as signatory. Staff now recommends written consent to rescind the Inner Harbor Bank and Outer Harbor Bank Memoranda of Agreements, as the BEI will supersede these agreements. Staff also recommends approval of a Conservation Land Use Agreement, which would establish how the Bank Sites will be maintained going forward. These agreements would not require any new expenditure of Harbor Department funding for future use and maintenance of these existing Bank Sites.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the proposed action is administratively exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines as determined by the Director of Environmental Management; (2) approve the Bank Enabling Instrument for the Port of Los Angeles Harbor Habitat Mitigation Bank between the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department, the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Marine Fisheries Service; (3) approve the Conservation Land Use Agreement between the City of Los Angeles and the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District (Exhibit D of the Bank Enabling Instrument); (4) approve the Letter of Consent to Rescind Harbor Department Agreement Nos. 1327 and 1972; (5) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to said Bank Enabling Instrument; (6) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to the Conservation Land Use Agreement Between the City of Los Angeles and the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District; (7) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to Letter of Consent to Rescind Harbor Department Agreement Nos. 1327 and 1972; and (8) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Office of the City Attorney

11. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVE SECOND AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT 15-3310 BETWEEN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES HARBOR DEPARTMENT AND THE SOHAGI LAW GROUP PLC

Transmittal 1

Summary: The Office of the City Attorney requests the Board of Harbor Commissioners (Board) to approve a Second Amendment (Amendment) to Agreement No. 15-3310 with The Sohagi Law Group PLC (Sohagi). The Amendment extends the term of the Agreement by three years through February 28, 2021 and increases the compensation by $500,000. The term extension and additional compensation are necessary due to ongoing professional legal services for environmental matters. The City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) is financially responsible for payment of expenses under the proposed Amendment.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the Director of Environmental Management has determined that the proposed action is administratively exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II, Section 2(f), of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; (2) approve the Second Amendment to Agreement No. 15-3310 with The Sohagi Law Group, extending the three-year term to a total of six years with $500,000 additional compensation; (3) authorize and direct the Board Secretary to forward the Second Amendment to the City Council for its approval pursuant to Section 373 of the City Charter and Section 10.5 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code; (4) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to the Second Amendment to Agreement No. 15-3310 upon approval by City Council; and (5) adopt Resolution No.___________.

CLOSED SESSION

K. Closed Session Items

1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(2) of Government Code Section 54956.9)

Receipt of Claim pursuant to Government Claims Act (one claim)
Claimant: California United Terminal Inc.
Agency claimed against: City of Los Angeles

2. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - INITIATE LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(4) of Government Code Section 54956.9)

Initiation of litigation pursuant to subdivision (d)(4) of Section 54956.9:
(ten cases).

3. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Jimoh Akibu dba African American Gift Shop, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01080

4. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Waseem Ahmed, et al., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01106

5. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Fernando Diaz dba Botanica I, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01082

6. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Roberta M. Lisk dba Figments, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01156

7. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Virginia Pavkovich dba Mexilatin Gifts, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD00950

8. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Mohamed Rayan, et al., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01078

9. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Sea Breeze Shells, Inc., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01084

10. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Waterfront Ventures LLC, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01026

11. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Jimoh Akibu dba African American Gift Shop, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01025

12. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Jose Miguel Calvillo dba Calvillo Photos, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01101

13. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Fernando Diaz dba Botanica II, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01081

14. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Masoud Dezfully dba Arts N Music, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01109

15. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Shang W. Lee, et al., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01077

16. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Justice for Murdered Children, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01105

17. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Sea Breeze Shells, Inc., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01083

18. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Sea Breeze Shells, Inc., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD00949

19. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Mohamed Rayan, et al., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01079

20. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Jayme S. Wilson dba Boardwalk Grill, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01102

21. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. Jayme S. Wilson dba Spirit Cruises, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01103

22. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Government Code Section 54956.9

City of Los Angeles v. San Pedro Waterfront LLC, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 17LBUD01104

L. Adjournment


 

Los Angeles Harbor Commission


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Please note that this agenda is subject to revision in accordance with the Brown Act. In the event the agenda is revised prior to the meeting, Port staff will post the revised agenda on the Port's web site (http://www.portoflosangeles.org). Updated agendas will also be available at the meeting. Live Board meetings can also be heard at: (213) 621-2489 (Metro), (818) 904-9450 (Valley), (310) 471-2489 (Westside) and (310) 547-2489 (Harbor). As a covered entity under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability and, upon request, will provide reasonable accommodation to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities. Sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices, and translation services may be provided. To ensure availability, 72-hour advance notice is required. Contact the Commission Office at (310) 732-3444.

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE PUBLIC TO ADDRESS THE BOARD
Before reaching those portions of the agenda where Board action is requested, members of the public will be given an opportunity to address the Board on items of interest within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board (general public comment). Thereafter, members of the public will be given an opportunity to address the Board on any item on the consent or regular agendas prior to or during the Board's consideration of that item. The same opportunity will be given in open session regarding the closed session agenda prior to commencement of closed session. Members of the public who wish to speak during general public comment are to complete a speaker card so indicating. Members of the public who wish to speak regarding a particular agenda item(s) are to complete a speaker card(s) for each such item. Agendas for special meetings will permit the public to address particular agenda items even where the agenda does not include general public comment. Each speaker is allowed to speak up to 3 minutes per agenda item. The Presiding Officer shall, however, exercise discretion to determine whether such period of time should be reduced or extended based upon such factors as the length of the agenda or substance of the agenda items, the number of public comment speaker cards submitted, the need for the Board to conclude its business as expeditiously as is practicable, and whether the Board is at risk of losing a quorum, among other factors.

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