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Regular Agenda - May 17, 2018

 

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REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
THURSDAY, MAY 17, 2018 AT 8:30 A.M.

Board of Harbor Commissioners
President Jaime L. Lee
Vice President David Arian
Commissioner Lucia Moreno-Linares
Commissioner Anthony Pirozzi, Jr.
Commissioner Edward R. Renwick

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ORDER OF BUSINESS


REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
THURSDAY, MAY 17, 2018 AT 8:30 A.M.

Board of Harbor Commissioners
President Jaime L. Lee
Vice President David Arian
Commissioner Lucia Moreno-Linares
Commissioner Anthony Pirozzi, Jr.
Commissioner Edward R. Renwick

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 - An opportunity for a Neighborhood Council to present a Resolution or Motion filed with the Los Angeles Harbor Department to be presented to the Board as it relates to any agenda item being considered or under the purview of the Harbor Department.

 

E. Reports of the Commissioners

F. Board Committee Reports

G. Approval of the Minutes

1. Regular and Special Meetings of May 3, 2018

H. Presentation


I. Level I Coastal Development Permit

J. Board Reports of the Executive Director

Consent Items (1 - 5)

Port Police

1. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - AWARD OF CONTRACT NO. 39853 FOR PURCHASE OF CONDUCTED ELECTRICAL WEAPONS

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2
Transmittal 3
Transmittal 4

Summary: Staff requests approval of Contract No. 39853 (Transmittal 1) with Axon Enterprise, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ, for the purchase of conducted electrical weapons (Taser Devices) and accessories for use by Port Police sworn personnel. The proposed purchase is to replace the current stock of less lethal handheld Tasers, which are at the end of their service life. The total amount of the contract, including sales tax and delivery charges is $219,424.86 for the purchase of 130 Taser Devices. This contract is the financial responsibility of the Harbor Department.

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) award and approve Contract No. 39853 to Axon Enterprise, Inc. for the purchase of conducted electrical weapons; (3) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to Contract No. 39853 for and on behalf of the Board; and (4) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Cargo Marketing

2. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVAL OF FOREIGN TRADE ZONE SUBZONE OPERATING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES HARBOR DEPARTMENT AND FOREVER 21 LOGISTICS, LLC FTZ 202, SITE G

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2
Transmittal 3

Summary: Staff requests the approval of a Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) Operating Agreement between the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) and Forever 21 Logistics, LLC (Forever 21) to operate its warehouses within FTZ 202, Site G, which comprises of Building 1, located at 3880 N. Mission Road, Los Angeles, California, and Building 2, located at 2011 N. Soto Street, Los Angeles, California. On February 8, 2018, the FTZ Board approved a minor boundary modification of FTZ 202 under the alternative framework to establish a Subzone Site 202G for the sole use of Forever 21. The Harbor Department, as the FTZ grantee, establishes a FTZ Operating Agreement with FTZ site operators to oversee their FTZ operations. Site G consists of two warehouses totaling approximately 1,126,000 square feet and office space on 32.8 acres located approximately 20 miles north from the Port of Los Angeles. Forever 21 will be operating its warehouses under FTZ procedures as a Subzone site. The proposed FTZ Operating Agreement (Agreement) is for a term of five years with three, five-year renewal options and will pay an annual fee of $10,000.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the Director of Environmental Management has determined that the proposed action is categorically exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article III Class 1 (14), of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; (2) approve the proposed Foreign-Trade Zone Operating Agreement between the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department and Forever 21 Logistics LLC; (3) direct the Board Secretary to transmit the proposed Foreign-Trade Zone Operating Agreement to the Los Angeles City Council for approval pursuant to Section 373 of the Charter of the City of Los Angeles 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 proposed Foreign-Trade Zone Operating Agreement; and (5) adopt Resolution No.____________.

 

Executive Office

3. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVAL OF HARBOR COMMUNITY BENEFIT FOUNDATION'S COMMUNITY BENEFIT GRANT PROGRAM, ROUND 5 - SHAREFEST PHASE 2 GRANT AWARD AND THE TRANSFER OF PORT COMMUNITY MITIGATION TRUST FUNDS

Transmittal 1

Summary: Staff requests that the Board of Harbor Commissioners (Board) approve Harbor Community Benefit Foundation's (HCBF) recommendation to fund the Sharefest Community Development (Sharefest) grant Round 5 Phase 2 and transfer $42,393 from the Port Community Mitigation Trust Fund (PCMTF) to HCBF. The PCMTF was established by the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) for the purpose of funding appropriate mitigation projects and grants addressing port-related impacts for the communities of San Pedro and Wilmington. The HCBF, an independent nonprofit organization established to operate the PCMTF, is responsible for identifying qualifying projects to receive grant funding from the PCMTF to be approved by the Board. Upon the transfer of funds from the PCMTF to HCBF, HCBF will be financially responsible for the proposed project and for the disbursement of funds to grantee in accordance with the TraPac MOU, Operating Agreement and the Grant Agreement. The Harbor Department funded the original PCMTF, but no additional payments from the Harbor Department will be required to fund this request.

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 Harbor Community Benefit Foundation’s action to fund Phase 2 from Round 5 of the Community Benefit Grant Program, in the amount of $42,393, funded by the Port Community Mitigation Trust Fund; (3) authorize the Executive Director or his designee to execute a joint letter with the Harbor Community Benefit Foundation to approve the distribution of funds in one lump sum payment of $42,393 from J.P. Morgan Private Bank to the Harbor Community Benefit Foundation to be used in accordance with Harbor Community Benefit Foundation’s request; and (4) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Waterfront & Commercial Real Estate

4. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - ORDER RESETTING COMPENSATION UNDER PERMIT NO. 624 WITH TWENTY SECOND STREET LANDING PARTNERS, LLC

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2

Summary: Staff requests approval of the Order resetting compensation for Permit No. 624 (P624) with Twenty Second Street Landing Partners, LLC (Tenant), a sport fishing landing and restaurant. P624 has a 30-year term that commenced November 27, 1987, and will expire on November 26, 2026. The proposed Order recommends compensation be reset for the five-year period effective November 27, 2017 through November 26, 2022 at the minimum monthly rental amount of $16,703.79, an increase from $12,409.78, and using the same percentage rates for gross receipts determined in the 2014 appraisal analysis and used the last three years. The minimum monthly rental amount will be adjusted annually thereafter by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the remainder of the compensation period.

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 Order resetting compensation for the five-year period of November 27, 2017 through November 26, 2022 under Permit No. 624; (3) authorize the Board Secretary to attest to the Order resetting compensation under Permit No. 624; and (4) adopt Resolution No. ____________ and Order No.____________.

Waterfront & Commercial Real Estate

5. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVE FIRST AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT NO. E6900 BETWEEN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES HARBOR DEPARTMENT AND ECONOMIC & PLANNING SYSTEMS, INC.

Transmittal 1

Summary: Staff requests approval of the First Amendment to Agreement No. E6900 with Economic & Planning Systems, Inc. (EPS), which expires on May 22, 2018. EPS provides financial, real estate, and economic consulting services to the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) for development projects for the San Pedro and Wilmington waterfront areas. The First Amendment to Agreement No. E6900 will become effective May 23, 2018 and will: (1) extend the agreement from a one-year term to a three-year term and (2) increase the contract in the additional amount of $300,000 for subsequent work, which will change the total contract amount from $150,000 to $450,000. The billing rates will remain the same for the entire life of the contract. The Harbor Department will continue to be responsible for expenses incurred under the Agreement. Funds for Fiscal Years 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 will be provided from the Waterfront and Commercial Real Estate Division budget, Account Number 54290, Center Number 0429, and Program Number 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) approve the First Amendment to Agreement No. E6900 with Economic & Planning Systems, Inc.; (3) authorize the Executive Director to execute and Board Secretary to attest to the First Amendment; and (4) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Regular Items (6 - 12)

Debt & Treasury Management

6. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - TO ESTABLISH A THREE-YEAR POOL OF INVESTMENT BANKING FIRMS TO PROVIDE UNDERWRITING, REMARKETING AND INVESTMENT BANKING SERVICES

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2

Summary: Staff requests adoption of the Resolution authorizing approval of a pool of twelve investment banking firms for a period of three years to provide underwriting services and access to the capital markets in order to meet Harbor Department's financing needs. The Department will enter into agreements with the underwriters at the time of each transaction detailing responsibilities and expectations from each firm.

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 and appoint the following twelve investment banking firms to a pool for a period of three years to provide the Harbor Department with investment banking services: Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Barclays Capital Inc.; Drexel Hamilton, LLC; Goldman Sachs & Co., LLC; J.P. Morgan Securities, LLC; Jeffries, LLC; Loop Capital Markets, LLC; Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc.; RBC Capital Markets, LLC; Samuel A. Ramirez & Co. Inc.; Siebert Cisneros Shank & Co., LLC; UBS Financial Services Inc.; and (3) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Office of the City Attorney

7. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - LIMITED DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TO MAKE CERTAIN RECOMMENDATIONS TO HIRE OUTSIDE COUNSEL PURSUANT TO CITY OF LOS ANGELES CITY CHARTER SECTION 275

Transmittal 1

Summary: The Office of the City Attorney requests that the Board of Harbor Commissioners (Board) approve the proposed Resolution which delegates the Board's authority to the Executive Director to recommend the hiring of outside counsel to assist the City Attorney in providing legal services to the Harbor Department when the proposed contract is within the Executive Director's contracting authority and the City's requirements regarding competitive bidding and selection procedures have been followed. There is no financial obligation at this time in approving the proposed Resolution.

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; and (2) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Cargo and Industrial Real Estate

8. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVE AGREEMENT WITH WEST BASIN CONTAINER TERMINAL

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2
Transmittal 3

Summary: Staff requests approval of an agreement with West Basin Container Terminal (WBCT) to provide security services on a City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) owned roadway (formerly Wilmington-San Pedro Road) following the August 16, 2017 security breach in which a police pursuit resulted in the driver illegally entering that roadway. The roadway provides access to the China Shipping/COSCO container terminal, operated by WBCT. The Executive Director of the Harbor Department directed these actions to address exigent public safety concerns relative to the health and welfare of all individuals in and around the area of that roadway, and to adjacent public and terminal infrastructure. Following the incident, WBCT installed new security infrastructure on the roadway to prevent future breaches and mitigate the need for future security personnel. The cost to WBCT for security infrastructure and security personnel from August 16, 2017 to February 2, 2018, at which time the new security infrastructure was installed for $364,283.18. WBCT is seeking reimbursement from the Harbor Department for expenses incurred at the Executive Director's request.

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 Environment Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; (2) approve the Agreement with West Basin Container Terminal; (3) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to the Agreement; and (4) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Cargo & Industrial Real Estate

9. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - APPROVE SIXTH AMENDMENT AND CANCEL FIFTH AMENDMENT TO PERMIT NO. 888 WITH EVERPORT TERMINAL SERVICES, INC.

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2

Summary: Staff requests approval of the Sixth Amendment to Permit No. 888 (Permit) between the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) and Everport Terminal Services, Inc. (Everport). The proposed Sixth Amendment will extend the term of Permit by ten years; revise notice requirement for a successor permit to 37th year; modify Section 2(b) of the Permit to capture additional acreage into the Permit; charge fixed rent in the amount of $186,049.48 on 24.78 acres from the effective date of the Sixth Amendment until the Notice to Proceed is issued; charge zero rent on the 24.78 acres from issuance of Notice to Proceed until substantial completion after which the 24.78 acres will become part of the compensation acres; provide free rent on one and a half acre parcel for one year; and add a new subsection to Section 5 (Improvements), detailing new improvements to be constructed by the Harbor Department. The option to extend will result in total revenue of approximately $888 million over the ten-year period from 2029 through 2038, with a Net Present Value (NPV) of $397.5 million, and estimated volume of 18.8 million TEUs. Everport is financially responsible for all payments due under the Permit. The Board of Harbor Commissioners previously approved Resolution No. 17-8180 on October 17, 2017, certifying the Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report (EIS/EIR) to commence the proposed upgrade at the Everport Terminal. A new Section, "Environmental Compliance" will be added to the Permit to incorporate the mitigation measures. The Sixth Amendment will also cancel and replace the Fifth Amendment approved by the Board of Harbor Commissioners on August 21, 2014. The Fifth Amendment revised the Twenty-Foot Equivalent Unit (TEU) rate scale and allowed Everport to call at other Port of Los Angeles Terminals to retain container volumes resulting from larger vessels that the Everport terminal could not be accommodated due to water depth limitations. The Sixth Amendment will not only allow Evergreen vessels to call at other Port of Los Angeles terminals due to vessel size (as in the Fifth Amendment), but also due to construction of the Sixth Amendment Improvements. The proposed action would result in increased container volumes at the Port, while minimizing revenue impacts to the Harbor Department.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the Director of Environmental Management has determined that the proposed action has been previously evaluated pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in accordance with Article II, Section 2(i) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; (2) approve the Sixth Amendment and cancel the Fifth Amendment to Permit No. 888 with Everport Terminal Services, Inc.; (3) direct the Board Secretary to transmit the Sixth Amendment for Permit No. 888 to the City Council for approval pursuant to Section 606 of the City Charter; (4) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to the Sixth Amendment upon Board approval contingent upon approval by City Council; and (5) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Labor Relations & Workforce Development

10. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES HARBOR DEPARTMENT AND ICF INCORPORATED, LLC FOR WORKFORCE TRAINING CONSULTANT

Transmittal 1

Summary: Staff is requesting approval to enter into an Agreement with ICF Incorporated, LLC (ICF) to provide consulting services to support the Harbor Department's development of a workforce training program jointly coordinated with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA). The proposed Agreement is for a one-year term, with a one-year option period, and a not-to-exceed compensation authority amount of $300,000. The recommendation to select ICF is based on a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) process performed by the Harbor Department. The proposed Agreement with ICF is for consulting services associated with the Harbor Department’s efforts to develop a workforce training system located in and around the Port of Los Angeles. ICF has offices located in Los Angeles, California. Expenditures under the proposed Agreement are the financial responsibility of the Harbor Department with the use of grant proceeds jointly awarded to the Harbor Department by the California Workforce Development Board (CWDB) and Employment Development Department (EDD) for the purposes of supporting ILWU and PMA in establishing a labor-management partnership focused on joint training programs.

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 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 ICF for a duration of one-year with a one-year option period and not-to-exceed compensation authority amount of $300,000; (4) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to the agreement with ICF; and (5) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Environmental Management

11. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - GRANT ACCEPTANCE AND APPROVAL OF AN OFF-ROAD ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT GRANT AGREEMENT WITH THE CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD

Transmittal 1
Transmittal 2
Transmittal 3
Transmittal 4
Transmittal 5
Transmittal 6

Summary: Staff requests that the Board of Harbor Commissioners (Board) accept and approve a California Air Resources Board (CARB) Grant Agreement to fund the proposed Zero-Emission Track-Miles Locomotive Demonstration Project (Project) with Pacific Harbor Line, Inc. (PHL) and VeRail Technologies, Inc. (VeRail) to build and demonstrate a battery-electric switcher locomotive power system. On September 7, 2017, the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) submitted a grant proposal to CARB under the Cap and Trade grant program. On November 27, 2017, CARB offered the Harbor Department a preliminary grant award in the amount of $2,768,830 to fund the proposed Project. The grant award will fund the purchase of 11 battery pods, the construction and installation of an advanced computer control system, and non-recurring engineering to support the proposed Project. The Harbor Department's financial responsibility will total $303,321 and will consist of the installation of the necessary charging infrastructure to support the proposed Project, third party data collection and analysis, and project administration. This proposed Project will serve as the first step toward the widespread usage of clean rail technologies, and encourage the development of sustainable movement of goods throughout the Southern California region.

Recommendation: Board resolve to (1) find that the Director of Environmental Management has determined that the proposed action is administratively and categorically exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) and Article III Class 1(1) and 6(2) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; (2) accept and approve the Grant Agreement between the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department and the California Air Resources Board under the Fiscal Year 2017/2018 Air Quality Improvement Program and Low Carbon Transportation Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund Investments Grant Solicitation for the Off-Road Advanced Technology Demonstration Project; (3) authorize the Executive Director to execute and the Board Secretary to attest to said Grant Agreement with the California Air Resources Board for and on behalf of the Board; (4) authorize the Harbor Department to proceed with the Zero-Emission Track-Miles Locomotive Demonstration Project approved for funding by the California Air Resources Board; and (5) adopt Resolution No.____________.

Financial Management

12. RESOLUTION NO.____________ - REQUEST FOR BUDGETARY TRANSFER

Summary: Staff proposes total budgetary transfers of $1,600,000 from the Adopted Operating Expense Budget's Outside Services category to the Adopted Operating Expense Budget's Materials and Supplies category. The anticipated shortfall within the Materials and Supplies category results from higher than anticipated maintenance expenses incurred by the Harbor Department's Construction and Maintenance (C&M) Division for facilities and real property within the Port Complex. Sufficient funds are available within the Adopted Operating Expense Budget's Outside Services category for this budgetary transfer as staff anticipates a surplus will exist by fiscal year end. The overall fiscal year (FY) 2017/18 Adopted Operating Expense Budget will remain unchanged at $269,118,325. Payment of Materials and Supplies expenses 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 California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Article II Section 2(f) of the City of Los Angeles CEQA Guidelines; (2) Approve the following budgetary transfers to resolve a projected shortfall in the respective operating expense accounts: a. Transfer $1,600,000 from the Adopted Operating Budget, Account 54310 (Information System Consulting Services), Center 0640, Program 000 as follows: i. $1,500,000 to Account 55010 (Parts and Materials), Center 0510, Program 000, and ii. $100,000 to Account 55040 (Equipment Fuels), Center 0510, Program 000; (3) direct the Board Secretary to transmit the Resolution to the Mayor for approval pursuant to Section 343(b) of the City Charter; (4) direct the Board Secretary to notify the City Clerk of such transfer pursuant to Section 343(d) of the City Charter at the time such transfer is made; and (5) adopt Resolution No.____________.

CLOSED SESSION

K. Closed Session Items

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

Fast Lane Transportation, Inc. v. City of Los Angeles, et al., Contra Costa Superior Court Case No. CIVMSN14-0300 consolidated with Case Nos. CIVMSN14-0308, CIVMSN14-0309, CIVMSN14-0310, CIVMSN14-0311, CIVMSN14-0312, and CIVMSN14-0313

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

Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of
Section 54956.9 (two cases)

3. 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. 18LBUD00467

4. 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. 18LBUD00591

5. 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. 18LBUD00592
6. 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. 18LBUD00464

7. 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. 18LBUD00465

8. 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. 18LBUD00466

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

City of Los Angeles v. Dave James dba Blue Water Diving Co., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 18LBUD00589

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

City of Los Angeles v. Gary Owen dba McCloud Ringworks, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 18LBUD00590

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

City of Los Angeles v. Sam Cho; Sung Cho, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 18LBUD00468

L. Adjournment


 

Los Angeles Harbor Commission


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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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