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Capital Projects

The City Administrative Officer chairs various Administrative Oversight Committees (AOC) for major building projects.

Quarterly Construction Project Reports

Prop F Fire Facilities AOC

Members: CAO, CLA, Mayor, City Engineer and Fire Chief
Summary: Oversees a program to build 21 fire facilities. Three new fire station projects remain as well as a Phase II capital repair program.
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Prop F Animal Facilities AOC

Members: CAO, CLA, Mayor, City Engineer and Animal Services GM
Summary: Oversees a program to build/renovate eight animal shelters. All original projects have been completed and a Phase II program has been initiated to make additional capital improvements at the various animal shelters as well as to add a new annex facility at an existing shelter.
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Prop Q Citywide Public Safety AOC

Members: CAO, CLA, Mayor, Fire Chief and Chief of Police
Summary: Oversees a program to build/renovate 15 Police facilities and a fire facilities renovation program. Four police projects and the fire renovation program remain active.
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Municipal Facilities Committee

Members: CAO, CLA and Mayor
Summary: Oversees space, leases and various construction projects such as neighborhood city halls, Chicago Building, Police SID Tech Lab, El Pueblo Capital Program.
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Prop K LA for Kids Steering Committee

Members: CAO, CLA and Mayor
Summary: The Proposition K: L.A. for Kids Program was established on November 5, 1996, by passage of a Ballot Mesure approved by City voters. The program is currently in its sixteenth year of a 30-year authority, during which the City is authorized to collect $25 million in annual assessments for total funding of $750 million over the life of the program. Eligible uses of assessment monies include capital and acquisition costs for youth recreational and cultural facilities, program administration, maintenance of completed Proposition K projects and to pay debt service for projects authorized to receive bond financing under the program.
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Seismic Governance Committee

Members: CAO, CLA and City Engineer
Summary: Oversees a seismic retrofit program of 52 bridge projects, 27 of which are active, and a largely completed building program.
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Library Oversight Committee 

Members: CAO, CLA, Mayor, City Engineer, Library GM
Summary: All 36 projects completed, there is an active alteration and improvement (A&I) program to spend remnant monies.
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Zoo Bond Oversight Committee

Members: CAO, CLA, Mayor, City Engineer and Zoo GM
Summary: Of 15 projects, two active projects remain (Rainforest and Reptile exhibits).
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(Bureau of Engineering)

 

Proposition O: Clean Water Bond AOC

Members: CAO, CLA, Mayor, DWP Water System, President of the Board of Public Works
Summary: Oversees the implementation of projects that clean stormwater, recharge groundwater and provide cleaner beaches.
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Street/Transportation Projects Oversight Committee

Members: CAO, Mayor, CLA
Summary: Oversees the implementation of street and transportation projects for the City.
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