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Special Governing Board Meeting — September 2020

September 21, 2020 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm

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

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  1. Call to Order 
  2. Roll Call 
  3. Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items 
  4. Welcome and Presentation by Congressmember Adam Schiff (CA-28) 
  5. Community Report (5 min per item) 
    1. LAPD Report 
    2. Neighborhood Prosecutor 
    3. Budget Advocate Report 
    4. CD 13 Report, Office of Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, George Hakopiants 
    5. City of LA Report, Office of Mayor Eric Garcett, Angie Aramayo 
    6. CA Assembly District 43 Report, Assemblymember Laura Friedman, Seamus Garrity 
    7. LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, Erin Seinfeld 
  6. 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) 
  7. Committee Reports (1 min per item) 
    1. Arts & Culture (Campbell) 
    2. Budget & Finance (Pardo) 
    3. Business (Zarrinnam) 
    4. By Law, Ethics & Standing Rules 
    5. Executive Committee (Suarez) 
    6. Homelessness & Displacement Prevent (Suarez) 
    7. Outreach (Suarez) 
    8. Planning & Land Use Management (Suzmeyan) 
    9. Public Health, Safety & Sustainability (Suzmeyan) 
    10. Youth & Education (Altobar) 
  8. Administration 
    1. Consent Agenda Item 
      1. Discussion and possible action of February 24, 2020 Governing Board Meeting Minutes
      2. Discussion and possible action of May 18, 2020 Governing Board Meeting Minutes
      3. Discussion and possible action of July 7, 2020 Governing Board Meeting Minutes
      4. Discussion and possible action of July 20, 2020 Governing Board meeting minutes
  9. Budget Update (Pardo)
    1. July 2020 MER 
  10. Action Items 
    1. Consent Agenda Item: (Unless someone states no to any of the items) 
      1. Motion: To accept the resignation of Gesselly Marroquin as EHNC Board Member and all
        associated duties and committee appointments. 
      2. Motion: To appoint of Sydney Clark as a member of the Homelessness and Displacement
        Prevention Committee 
      3. Motion: Accepting Nina Suarez resigning from Homeless and Displacement Prevention
        Committee. (Suarez) 
      4. Motion: Accepting Nina Suarez resigning from Outreach Committee. (Suarez) 
      5. Motion: Regarding Small Revolutions: the History of Redlining in East Central Los Angeles virtual
        panel discussion hosted in collaboration with LFNC on 10/1 at 7pm. (Schultz) 
      6. Motion: Regarding approval of using EHNC logo on these promotional materials for Zoom
        redlining event (Item A6) on 10/1 in collaboration with Los Feliz & Silver Lake Neighborhood
        Councils. 
      7. Motion: Submit letter of support of Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust regarding Greening
        Proposal at Lockwood Elementary School. If awarded, grant funds would create a green space that is accessible to the community including a walking track and new playground. 
      8. Motion: Support creation of a platform on EHNC website to provide the opportunity for community members to submit public comment in advance of monthly Board Meetings. (Suarez) 
      9. Discussion and Possible action: Establishment of standing committee on LGBTQ/Ally issues. (Summers
      10. Discussion and Possible action: Appointment of Skylar Summers as chair of standing committee on LGBTQ/Ally issues. (Summers) 
      11. Discussion and Possible action: Appointment of Skylar Summers as LGBTQ + Alliance Representative (Summers) 
    2. Discussion and Possible action: Community Impact Statement in opposition to Council File: 18-1245 – Homesharing Regulation / Primary Residences Subject to Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) / Council District 13 / Pilot Program. (Maloney) 
    3. Discussion and Possible action: Community Impact Statement in Support of Council File 20-0200 – Rent Stabilization Ordinance / Consumer Price Index / Rent Increases / Rent Freeze / Amendment. (Maloney) 
    4. Discussion and Possible action: Community Impact Statement in Support of Council File 20-1084 – COVID-19 Emergency Eviction Defense Program / Tenant Protections / Legal Defense. (Maloney) 
    5. Discussion and Possible action: Appointment of Chelsea Mottern as Faith-Based Representative
      (At-Large Representative). (Suarez) 
    6. Discussion and Possible action: Appointment of District 4 representative. (Suarez) 
    7. Discussion and Possible action: CIS supporting CF-20-0990 mandating Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and
      Anti-Bias training for all members of the Neighborhood Council system. (Schultz) 
    8. Discussion and Possible action: CIS supporting CF-19-1577 which Requests the LA City Employees
      Retirement System’s board to report on feasibility of a phased divestment of risky assets (via NCSA).
      (Schultz) 
    9. Discussion and Possible action: CIS supporting CF-20-0492 which proposes that the city take insurers’
      coal and tar sands investments into account when choosing vendors for new or renewed insurance
      (via NCSA). (Schultz) 
    10. Discussion and Possible action: NPG application submitted by Eayikes for up to $2,140.07 to fund
      supplies for up to 4,000 meals. (Pardo) 
  11. New/Old Business 
  12. Adjournment