Governing Board Meeting — April 2021

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Governing Board Meeting — April 2021

April 19, 2021 @ 7:00 pm

Via ZOOM https://zoom.us/j/92805658816
Via Phone: (669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 928 0565 8816

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  1. Welcoming Remark (5 Minutes)
    1. Call to order
    2. Recognition of outgoing Board
  2. Seating of the New Neighborhood Council Board
    1. Roll Call
    2. Neighborhood Council Board Member Oath
  3. Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items
  4. Community Report (5 min per item, unless otherwise noted) 
    1. Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Presentation on COVID-19 vaccine, Armen Ter-barsegyan (15 minutes) 
    2. LAPD Report 
    3. Neighborhood Prosecutor
    4. Budget Advocate, Jack Humphryville 
    5. CD 13 Report, Office of Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, George Hakopiants
    6. City of LA Report, Office of Mayor Eric Garcett, Angie Aramayo
    7. CA Assembly District 43 Report, Assemblymember Laura Friedman, Seamus Garrity
    8. LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, Erin Seinfeld
    9. Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, Jose Galdamez
  5. Community Voices (2 min per item)
    1. Thai CDC Update
    2. East Hollywood Bid (Jeff Zarrinnam)
    3. Route 66 BID (Jeff Zarrinnam)
    4. Hollywood / Western BID (Jeff Zarrinam)
    5. Hollywood Chamber of Commerce (Jeff Zarrinnam)
  6. Committee Reports (1 min per item)
    1. ADHOC LGBTQ+ Ally (Summers)
    2. Arts & Culture (Campbell) 
    3. Budget & Finance (Pardo)
    4. Business (Zarrinnam)
    5. ByLaws, Ethics & Standing Rules (Strongman)
    6. Executive Committee (Suarez)
    7. Homelessness & Displacement Prevent (Maloney)
    8. Outreach (Gregory)
    9. Planning & Land Use Management (Suzmeyan)
    10. Public Health, Safety & Sustainability (Suzmeyan)
    11. Youth & Education (Altobar)
  7. Election of Board Officers
    1. Discussion and/or possible action to appoint President
    2. Discussion and/or possible action to appoint Vice President 
    3. Discussion and/or possible action to appoint  Recording Secretary
    4. Discussion and/or possible action to appoint Corresponding Secretary
    5. Discussion and/or possible action to appoint Treasurer
    6. Discussion and/or possible action to appoint Corresponding Treasurer
    7. Discussion and/or possible action for designation of Bank Card Holders, Second Signatory, and Alternate Signatory
    8. Discussion and/or possible action to appoint chair and co chair Outreach Committee
    9. Discussion andor possible action to appoint chair and co chair Youth and Education Committee.
    10. Discussion and/or possible action to appoint chair and co chair Planning and Land Use Committee.
    11. Discussion and/or Possible action to appoint chair and co chair Bylaw and Standing Rules Committee. 
  8. Budget Update (Treasurer)
    1. MER February 2021
    2. MER March 2021
  9. Brief orientation presentation [15-20 mins] (Schultz/Poturyan)
  10. Action Items
    1. Consent Agenda Items: (Unless someone states no to any of the items)
      1. MOTION: Approval of resignation of Kevin Acevedoas the Student Representative. (Acevedo)
      2. MOTION: CIS in support if ammended for Council File: 21-0035 – Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) Units / One-to-One Replacement / Affordable Housing (Maloney)
      3. MOTION: CIS in support  Council File: 21-0183 – Rent Freeze / Residential Units / Expiring Affordability Convenants / COVID-19 Pandemic / Health and Safety (Maloney)
      4. MOTION: CIS in support of CF21-0002-S70 – AB 122 / Safety Stop Bill / California Vehicle Code / Bicycles and Electric Vehicles / Yield the Right-of-Way (Schultz)
      5. MOTION: CIS in support of CF21-0002-S75 – H.R. 1019 (Pancetta-Biumenauer) / Electric Bicycle Incentive Kickstart for the Environment (E-BIKE) Act / AB 117 (Boerner Horvath) / Electric Bicycle Rebate Pilot Project (Schultz) 
      6. MOTION: CIS in support of  CF19-1235 AB 857 / California Law / Municipal Bank of Los Angeles (MBLA) / Establishment / Public Bank License. 
      7. MOTION: CIS in support of CF 21-0333 – Public Messaging Campaign/Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Communities/ Artists/Anti-AAPI Violence/Hate Speech (Poturyan)
      8. MOTION: CIS in support of CF 20-0147-S27 – Protect Street Vendors/Prohibit Food Vendors Without Health Permits (Poturyan)
      9. MOTION: CIS in support of CF 21-0002-S89H.R. 240 (Schiff)/Azerbaijan/Return Armenian Prisoners of War/Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict/OSCE Minsk Group Process (Poturyan)
      10. Discussion and possible action regarding signing this LA River Master Plan letter. (Schultz)
      11. Discussion and possible action regarding collaboration with Children Hospital and CD 13 to giveaway Produce Boxes on April 18, May 16, June 6 and June 20, 2021. (Suarez)
      12. Discussion and possible action: CIS in support with recommendations to Council File: 20-1541 – Measure J Funds /Community Investment / Incarceration Alternatives / Crisis Response / Mental Health / Homelessness / Unarmed First Responder Program / Emergency Services / COVID-19 Pandemic.
      13. Discussion and possible action: CIS in support with recommedations to Council File: 21-0052 – 2025 Homeless Housing Goal / 25,000 New Housing Units / Homeless Services System Analysis.
    2. Discuss and possible action regarding Neighborhood Purpose Grant submitted by Hope Center requesting up to $3000 to fund meal supplies for the needy. Supporting Doc 1 & Supporting Docu 2 (Pardo)
    3. Discussion and possible action regarding Neighborhood Purpose Grant submitted by Covenant House requesting up to $5000 for programs supporting homeless youth.(Pardo)
    4. Discussion and possible action regarding setting a date & time for a mandatory 90 minute comprehensive Board Retreat and orientation meeting in the form of a special governing board meeting (Schultz/Poturyan)
  11. New/Old Business
    1. Administrative Emails
    2. Produce Box Event Recap
  12. Adjournment

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