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Access is closely monitoring the Coronavirus COVID-19 public health crisis and is engaging in proactive steps to ensure that we protect our riders, contractors and employees. Riders are reminded to: (1) if possible, stay at home (2) do not use Access if you are sick (3) cover your coughs and sneezes, and (4) wash hands frequently with soap and warm water, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Access has implemented the following measures to further ensure the safety of our riders and drivers: (1) No Share-Rides during the emergency and (2) Enhanced vehicle cleaning

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Access is closely monitoring the Coronavirus COVID-19 public health crisis and is engaging in proactive steps to ensure that we protect our riders, contractors and employees. Riders are reminded to: (1) if possible, stay at home (2) do not use Access if you are sick (3) cover your coughs and sneezes, and (4) wash hands frequently with soap and warm water, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Access has implemented the following measures to further ensure the safety of our riders and drivers: (1) No Share-Rides during the emergency and (2) Enhanced vehicle cleaning
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Planning and Development
Date : Mar-09-2020

Time : 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Category : Meeting

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Monday, March 9, 2020
12:30 p.m.

Access Services Council Conference Room 3449 Santa Anita Avenue
El Monte CA 91731

Disabled Resources Center 2750 E. Spring Street
Suite # 100, Long Beach, CA 90806

1. CALL TO ORDER
2. GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT
3. CONSIDERATION TO APPROVE RENEWAL OF EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND BENEFIT INSURANCE CONTRACTS
4. SOUTHERN REGION RFP
5. BUDGET UPDATE
6. ADJOURNMENT

Access Services does not discriminate on the basis of disability. Accordingly, Access Services seeks to ensure that individuals with disabilities will have an equal opportunity to participate in the range of Access Services events and programs by providing appropriate auxiliary aids and services for communications. Primary consideration is given to the request of individuals with disabilities. However, the final decision belongs to Access Services. To help ensure the availability of any auxiliary aids and services you require, please make every effort to notify Access Services of your request at least three

(3) business days (72 hours) prior to the meeting in which you wish to utilize those aids or services. You may do so by contacting (213) 270-6000.

Note: Access Services Board meetings are held pursuant to the Ralph M. Brown Act [Cal. Gov. Code §54950] and are open to the public. The public may view and obtain all written information supporting this agenda provided to the Board both initially and supplementally prior to the meeting at the agency’s offices located at 3449 Santa Anita Avenue, El Monte, California and on its website at http://accessla.org. Documents, including Power Point handouts distributed to the Board members by staff or Board members at the meeting, will simultaneously be made available to the public. Three opportunities are available for the public to address the Board during a Board meeting:
(1) before closed session regarding matters to be discussed in closed session, (2) before a specific agendized item is debated and voted upon regarding that item and
(3) general public comment. The exercise of the right to address the Board is subject to restriction as to time and appropriate decorum. All persons wishing to make public comment must fill out a goldenrod Public Comment Form and submit it to the Secretary of the Board. Public comment is generally limited to three (3) minutes per speaker and the total time available for public comment may be limited at the discretion of the Chairperson. Persons whose speech is impaired such that they are unable to address the Board at a normal rate of speed may request an accommodation of a limited amount of additional time from the Chair but only by checking the appropriate box on the Public Comment Form. Granting such an accommodation is at the discretion of the Chair. The Board of Directors will not and cannot respond during the meeting to matters raised under general public comment. Pursuant to provisions of the Brown Act governing these proceedings, no discussion or action may be taken on these matters unless they are listed on the agenda, or unless certain emergency or special circumstances exist. However, the Board may direct staff to investigate and/or schedule certain matters for consideration at a future Board of Directors Meeting and the staff may respond to all public comments in writing prior to the next Board meeting.

Alternative accessible formats are available upon request.


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