Board Adjournment If an agenda item or other item has been placed before the Board for consideration at a regular or special Board meeting and the Board has failed to approve or reject the item, the item is continued to the next regular meeting unless the Presiding Officer takes affirmative action to continue the item beyond such next meeting.
Any item so continued to the next regular meeting shall be considered at said meeting. The Executive Officer shall provide the Board with, and post notice of, such items. The Presiding Officer will determine the actual order in which each agenda item will be considered. The Board may act in a regular meeting on an item not posted on its agenda for the meeting if it determines by a two-thirds vote that there is a need to take immediate action, and that the need for such action arose after the posting of the agenda; or, if the item was continued from a meeting of the Board which occurred not more than five days prior; or, if a majority determines that an emergency, as defined by state law, exists.
Each member shall attend all regular and special meetings except for illness unless a leave of absence has been granted by the Executive Officer. Requests will be reviewed on a first-come, first-approved basis.
No leave of absence shall be granted if such will result in a quorum not being present for that meeting. Three members of the Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, but a smaller number may adjourn from time to time until a quorum is present and may compel the attendance of the absentees.
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Except as otherwise required by the Charter or other law, or by these Rules where not inconsistent therewith, action by the Board shall be taken by a majority vote of the Board. No member shall be considered present unless the member is within the Board Hearing Room.
No member shall leave a Board meeting without permission from the Presiding Officer of the meeting. It shall contain a brief general description of each item of business to be transacted or discussed at a meeting.
Public Comment on Agenda Items: The Board shall provide an opportunity in open meetings for the public to address the Board on each agenda item for a cumulative total of up to ten minutes for each item. A member of the public will be limited to speaking in two minute increments per item. A member of the public wishing to speak on more than one agenda item at a single meeting shall limit his or her remarks on agenda items to a total of ten minutes per meeting.
The Presiding Officer may grant or deny speakers additional time, subject to reversal by a majority of the Board pursuant to Rule Speakers shall limit their comments to matters relevant to the item on the agenda.
The Presiding Officer may rule that the speaker is out of order if the comments are not germane to the item under consideration.
If multiple speaker cards are submitted on one agenda item, preference will be granted to members of the public who have not spoken previously during the meeting, either during general public comment or on another agenda item. The Presiding Officer, in his or her discretion, may allow a speaker to combine remarks on multiple items so as to speak to them during one appearance at the podium.
The time limits on public comment set forth above are not applicable to quasi-judicial hearings before the Board.
The Brown Act requires the Board to provide an opportunity in regular meetings for members of the public to address it on any non-agenda item generally considered to be a municipal affair and within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board.
The Board has determined that a reasonable amount of time for general public comment shall be up to two minutes per person, for a cumulative total of twenty minutes.
The Presiding Officer may exercise his or her discretion, subject to reversal by a majority of the Board, pursuant to Rule 21, in conducting the public comment period, including, but not limited to:Lisa ADAMS, Payroll Supervisor I, Department of Public Works, Bureau of Sanitation, Sylvia ROMERO, Principal Clerk, Office of the City Administrative Officer and Ellen YUAN, Accounting Records Supervisor II, Office of the City Clerk.
Bureau of Sanitation. Bureau of Street Lighting. Bureau of Street Services. Alerts. Facebook: Twitter: It serves a population of more than four million within a square mile service area, including Los Angeles and 29 contracting cities and agencies. LASAN is responsible for the collection and removal of solid materials and waste in.
Bureau of Sanitation. Bureau of Street Lighting. Bureau of Street Services. Alerts. Facebook: Twitter: It serves a population of more than four million within a square mile service area, including Los Angeles and 29 contracting cities and agencies.
LASAN is responsible for the collection and removal of solid materials and waste in. As provided in Section of the Charter, the five Members of the Board set policy for and manage the Department of Public Works. Each of the five Board Members shall serve as a liaison between the Board and one of the Department’s five Bureaus: Sanitation, Street Services, Engineering, Street Lighting and Contract Administration.
Due to the City's success, Sanitation's recycling program has become a model for California.
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