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inspection. They may be inspected during regular business hours in the Office of the City Clerk at Vernon City
Hall, 4305 Santa Fe Avenue; Vernon, California 90058, no appointment necessary, and on the City’s website at
www.cityofvernon.org.

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Agenda
City of Vernon
Regular City Council Meeting
Tuesday, February 05, 2019, 09:00 AM
City Hall, Council Chamber
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, California
Yvette Woodruff-Perez, Mayor
William J. Davis, Mayor Pro-Tem
Luz Martinez, Council Member
Leticia Lopez, Council Member
Melissa Ybarra, Council Member

CALL TO ORDER & FLAG SALUTE

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

PUBLIC COMMENT
At this time the public is encouraged to address the City Council on any matter that is within the subject matter
jurisdiction of the City Council. The public will also be given a chance to comment on matters which are on the
posted agenda during City Council deliberation on those specific matters.

PUBLIC HEARING

1. Police Department
Ordinances Granting U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate Inc., a Franchise
Towing Services Agreement

Recommendation:
A. Find that approval of franchise towing service agreements with U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C’s
Towing of South Gate, Inc. is not subject to review under the California Environmental Quality Act
(CEQA), because such action is a governmental administrative activity that will not result in direct or
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indirect physical changes in the environment and is therefore not a “project” as that term is defined
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by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Conduct a public hearing; and

C. Approve the first reading, and adopt at a subsequent meeting, an ordinance granting U.S. Tow,
Inc. a franchise towing services agreement; and

D. Approve the first reading, and adopt at a subsequent meeting, an ordinance granting Mr. C’s
Towing of South Gate, Inc. a franchise towing services agreement; and

E. Authorize the City Administrator to execute franchise agreements, in substantially the same form
as submitted herewith, with U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C's Towing of South Gate, Inc. on behalf of the
City.
1. NPH - 2 Ordinances Granting Franchise Towing Services 011719
2. Franchise Tow Fee Program - RFP
3. US Tow City of Vernon Proposal
4. Mr C's Towing of South Gate Response to Vernon Towing RFP
5. Ordinance Franchise Tow Agreement U.S. Towing
6. Ordinance Franchise Tow Agreement Mr. C's Towing

PRESENTATION

2. Human Resources
Recognition of Retired Employee - Fire Engineer Andrew G. Kroner

Recommendation:
A. Acknowledge and present a proclamation to retired employee Andrew G. Kroner, Fire
Engineer, in recognition of his dedicated service to the City of Vernon.
1. Proclamation - A. Kroner

CONSENT CALENDAR
All matters listed on the Consent Calendar are to be approved with one motion. Items may be removed from the
Consent Calendar by any member of the Council. Those items removed will be considered immediately after the
Consent Calendar.

3. City Clerk
Claim for Damages from E. Diaz received January 15, 2019.

Recommendation:
A. Receive and File
1. E. Diaz 1-15-19

4. City Clerk
Claim for Damages from S. Solano received January 10, 2019.
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Recommendation:
A. Receive and File
1. S. Solano 1-10-19

5. City Clerk
Claim for Damages from Stantony, LLC received January 10, 2019.

Recommendation:
A. Received and File
1. Stantony, LLC 01-10-19

6. City Clerk
Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting Held January 15, 2019

Recommendation:
A. Receive and File
2019-01-15 City Council Minutes

7. City Administration
Ratification of Mayor's Appointment of Eligible Individuals to Serve on the Green Vernon
Commission

Recommendation:
A. Find that the proposed action is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”)
review, because the ratification of the Mayor's appointment of an eligible individual to serve on the
Green Vernon Commission is an administrative action that will not result in direct or indirect physical
changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA
Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Ratify the Mayor's appointment of Ron Daerr to serve on the Green Vernon Commission in a
Business Representative Seat for a term that will expire on June 30, 2022; and

C. Ratify the Mayor's appointment of Frane Sosic to serve on the Green Vernon Commission in an
Environmental Representative Seat for a term that will expire on June 30, 2022.
1. GVC Announcement & Application
2. R. Daerr GVC Interest Form
3. M. Hedges GVC Interest Form
4. F. Socic GVC Interest Form

8. Finance/ Treasury
Approval of Operating Account Warrant Register No. 15 Covering the Period of January
08 through January 28, 2019

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Recommendation:
A. Approve Operating Account Warrant Register No. 15 which totals $14,214,969.82 and
consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $13,768,114.87.


2) Ratification of the issuance of early checks totaling $421,955.15.
3) Authorization to issue pending checks totaling $24,899.80.
1. Operating Account Warrant Register No. 15

9. Finance/ Treasury
Ratification of Warrant Registers to Record Voided Checks

Recommendation:
A. Ratify the following warrant registers to record voided checks:

1) Operating Account Warrant Register No. 10 to record voided Check No. 601166 in the
amount of $20.00 issued 10/11/18 to SCPMA-HR.
2) Operating Account Warrant Register No. 14 to record voided Check No. 601699 in the
amount of $708.00 issued 12/13/18 to BIBI Clothing.

10. Fire Department


Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of November 16 through November 30,
2018

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.
1. Fire Department Activity Report - 11/16/18 to 11/30/18

11. Fire Department


Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of December 1 through December 15, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.
1. Fire Department Activity Report - 12/01/18 to 12/15/18

12. Fire Department


Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of December 16 through December 31,
2018

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.
1. Fire Department Activity Report - 12/16/18 to 12/31/18
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13. Police Department
Vernon Police Department Activity Log and Statistical Summary for the period of
November 16 through November 30, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.
1. Police Department Activity Report - 11/16/18 to 11/30/18

14. Police Department


Vernon Police Department Activity Log and Statistical Summary for the period of January
1 through January 15, 2019

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.
1. Police Department Activity Report - 01/01/19 to 01/15/19

NEW BUSINESS

15. Public Works


Approval of Revocable Encroachment Agreement No. 433 with Alisu Investment, Ltd. and
Kargo Group GP, LLC

Recommendation:
A. Find that the approval of the Revocable Encroachment Agreement (the “Agreement”) is exempt
under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), in accordance with CEQA Guidelines
Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects which have the potential
for causing a significant effect on the environment; and

B. Approve Revocable Encroachment Agreement No. 433 between the City of Vernon and Alisu
Investment, Ltd. and Kargo Group GP, LLC. in substantially the same form as submitted herewith.
1. Revocable Encroachment License Agreement No. 433 with Alisu Investment, Ltd.

16. Public Works


Award of Services Agreement to Rutan & Tucker, LLP for Legal Consulting Services
Regarding City-Owned Housing

Recommendation:
A. Find that awarding the contract to Rutan & Tucker, LLP is exempt from California
Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review, because it is an administrative activity that will not result
in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment, and therefore is not a “project’ as defined
by CEQA Guidelines, Section 15378; and

B. Approve a Services Agreement with Rutan & Tucker, LLP, in substantially the same form as
submitted herewith, with a termination date of May 19, 2019 in an amount not-to-exceed $10,000
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for legal consulting services regarding city-owned housing; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute the Services Agreement with Rutan & Tucker, LLP
with an effective date of January 1, 2019.
1. Rutan Tucker - Attorney Services (Transactional) Agreement re Housing

17. Public Works


A Resolution Approving and Authorizing The Withdrawal from the Orangeline
Development Authority

Recommendation:
A. Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act
("CEQA") review, as it is a governmental administrative activity that will not directly result in physical
changes to the environment and is therefore not a "project" as defined by CEQA Guidelines section
15378; and

B. Adopt a Resolution approving and authorizing withdrawal from the Orangeline Development
Authority.
1. Resolution - Orangeline Development Authority Withdrawal

ORAL REPORTS
City Administrator Reports – brief reports on activities and other brief announcements.

City Council Reports – brief AB1234 reports, or report on: activities, announcements, or directives to staff.

CLOSED SESSION

18. City Attorney


CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Significant exposure to litigation.


Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)

Number of potential cases: 3

ADJOURNMENT

I hereby certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California, that the foregoing agenda was
posted on the bulletin board at the main entrance of the City of Vernon City Hall, located at 4305 Santa Fe
Avenue, Vernon, California, and on the City’s website, not less than 72 hours prior to the meeting date set forth
on this agenda.
Dated this 31st day of January, 2019. 6
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By: ________________________________
Maria E. Ayala
City Clerk

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-44-2019
Submitted by: Robert Sousa
Submitting Department: Police Department
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Ordinances Granting U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate Inc., a Franchise Towing Services Agreement

Recommendation:
A. Find that approval of franchise towing service agreements with U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate,
Inc. is not subject to review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), because such action is a
governmental administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment and is
therefore not a “project” as that term is defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Conduct a public hearing; and

C. Approve the first reading, and adopt at a subsequent meeting, an ordinance granting U.S. Tow, Inc. a franchise
towing services agreement; and

D. Approve the first reading, and adopt at a subsequent meeting, an ordinance granting Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate,
Inc. a franchise towing services agreement; and

E. Authorize the City Administrator to execute franchise agreements, in substantially the same form as submitted
herewith, with U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C's Towing of South Gate, Inc. on behalf of the City.

Backgroud:
On October 2, 2012, the City Council adopted Ordinance No. 1198, establishing a selection process and franchise
agreement system for official police towing services. In addition, the ordinance set forth minimum requirements and
performance standards for equipment, facilities, personnel, and services for each tow company providing as needed
vehicle towing and storage services requested by the Vernon Police Department (“VPD”). The ordinance also
established procedures for suspending or revoking tow companies that fail to meet the minimum standards, violate
federal, state, or local laws, or for any cause which the VPD determines is in the public interest, necessary or general
welfare for the contract to continue.

On September 15, 2015, the City Council of the City of Vernon adopted Ordinances Nos. 1231 and 1233 granting
U.S. Tow, Inc. and H.P. Automotive & Tow, Inc. a franchise towing services agreement for a term of three years,
which has now expired.

On November 1, 2018, the City Administrator authorized staff to issue a Request for Proposals (“RFP”) seeking
qualified licensed Tow Providers to enter into a franchise agreement to perform rotational police towing and storage
services. The RFP specifically sought operators to furnish the VPD with licensed tow operations as may be required for
a three (3) year period from the date of execution. The RFP was emailed to seven (7) local tow companies operating in
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the general area and was posted on the City’s website. In addition, an RFP notice was published in the Los Angeles
WAVE news publication.

The VPD received five (5) responses to the RFP. The five proposals were reviewed and assessed by an evaluation
panel comprised of representatives from the VPD Administrative staff. Before conducting an assessment of each of
proposal, members of the evaluation panel conducted on-site inspections of each of the five tow companies. Each
proposal was evaluated using the criteria set forth in the RFP. The following criteria was used in evaluating each
proposal:

- Qualifications / Experience 40%


- References 20%
- Responsiveness to the RFP and Quality 10%
- Cost and Fees 30%

After evaluating and rating the five proposals, the towing companies were ranked according to the scores of the
evaluators. Based on the physical inspections, reference checks, and evaluation of the proposals, the evaluation panel is
recommending the following two tow companies: U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate, Inc.. The two
companies named for award are the top ranking companies out of the five that responded to the RFP.

1. U.S. Tow Inc.


2. Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate Inc.
3. Citywide Towing Inc.
4. H.P. Automotive & Tow Inc., dba HUB City Tow
5. Hank’s Wilshire Tow Inc.

The City Attorney’s Office has prepared a standard agreement for official police tow services. This agreement
establishes the City’s requirements and minimum performance standards, payment of fees, reporting requirements, and
other terms and conditions related to vehicle towing and impound services for the VPD. The agreement is for a term of
three (3) years.

Fiscal Impact:
There is no cost associated with execution of a franchise tow services agreement. The towing services franchise does
not increase the costs paid by vehicle owners, as these rates are fixed. Vehicle Code § 12110(b) allows a public
agency to collect administrative or franchise fee to recover its actual and reasonable costs incurred in connection with its
towing program.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. NPH - 2 Ordinances Granting Franchise Towing Services 011719
 2. Franchise Tow Fee Program - RFP
 3. US Tow City of Vernon Proposal
 4. Mr C's Towing of South Gate Response to Vernon Towing RFP
 5. Ordinance Franchise Tow Agreement U.S. Towing
 6. Ordinance Franchise Tow Agreement Mr. C's Towing

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4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058
City of Vernon (323) 583-8811

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING TWO ORDINANCES GRANTING A FRANCHISE


TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT TO U.S. TOW, INC, AND MR. C’S TOWING OF SOUTH GATE,
INC.

The City of Vernon will conduct a Public Hearing, which you may attend.

PLACE: Vernon City Hall


City Council Chamber
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

DATE & TIME: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.


(or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard)

PURPOSE/SUBJECT: Consider the adoption of two ordinances granting a franchise towing services
agreement to U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate Inc.

DOCUMENTS FOR REVIEW: Notice is hereby given that a hard copy of the proposed ordinances will be available
for public review during normal business hours in the City Clerk Department,
located at 4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, California, between the hours of 7:00
a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

Please send your comments or questions to:


Robert Sousa, Captain
City of Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, CA 90058
(323) 587-5171 Ext. 115 Email: rsousa@covpd.org

PROPOSED CEQA FINDING: Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt from California
Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") review, because it is a fiscal and administrative activity that will not result
in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a "project" as defined
by CEQA Guidelines section 15378.
If you challenge the adoption of the ordinances granting a franchise towing services agreement to U.S. Tow, Inc. and
Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate, Inc. or any provision thereof in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues
you or someone else raised at the hearing described in this notice or in written correspondence delivered to the City of
Vernon at, or prior to, the meeting.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): In compliance with ADA, if you need special assistance to participate in the
meeting, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at (323) 583-8811 ext. 546.

The hearing may be continued or adjourned or cancelled and rescheduled to a stated time and place without
further notice of a public hearing.

Dated: 01/10/2019 /s/


Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING
TWO ORDINANCES GRANTING A FRANCHISE
TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT TO U.S.
TOW, INC, AND MR. C'S TOWING OF SOUTH
GATE, INC.

The City of Vernon will conduct a Public Hearing,


COPY OF NOTICE which you may attend.

PLACE: Vernon City Hall


City Council Chamber
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Notice Type: GPN GOVT PUBLIC NOTICE DATE & TIME: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at
9:00 a.m.
(or as soon thereafter as the matter can be
Ad Description NPH - Granting Franchise Towing Svcs heard)

PURPOSE/SUBJECT: Consider the adoption of


two ordinances granting a franchise towing
services agreement to U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C’s
Towing of South Gate Inc.
To the right is a copy of the notice you sent to us for publication in the
HUNTINGTON PARK BULLETIN. Please read this notice carefully and call us DOCUMENTS FOR REVIEW: Notice is hereby
given that a hard copy of the proposed
with any corrections. The Proof of Publication will be filed with the County ordinances will be available for public review
Clerk, if required, and mailed to you after the last date below. Publication during normal business hours in the City Clerk
Department, located at 4305 Santa Fe Avenue,
date(s) for this notice is (are): Vernon, California, between the hours of 7:00
a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
01/17/2019 Please send your comments or questions to:
Robert Sousa, Captain
City of Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, CA 90058
(323) 587-5171 Ext. 115 Email:
rsousa@covpd.org

PROPOSED CEQA FINDING: Find that approval


An invoice will be sent after the last date of publication. If you prepaid this of the proposed action is exempt from California
order in full, you will not receive an invoice. Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") review,
because it is a fiscal and administrative activity
that will not result in direct or indirect physical
changes in the environment, and therefore does
not constitute a "project" as defined by CEQA
Guidelines section 15378.
If you challenge the adoption of the ordinances
granting a franchise towing services agreement to
U.S. Tow, Inc. and Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate,
Inc. or any provision thereof in court, you may be
limited to raising only those issues you or
someone else raised at the hearing described in
this notice or in written correspondence delivered
to the City of Vernon at, or prior to, the meeting.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): In


compliance with ADA, if you need special
assistance to participate in the meeting, please
contact the Office of the City Clerk at (323) 583-
8811 ext. 546.

The hearing may be continued or adjourned or


cancelled and rescheduled to a stated time and
place without further notice of a public hearing.

Dated: 01/10/2019

/s/
Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk
1/17/19
PRE-3211404#
HUNTINGTON PARK BULLETIN

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City of Vernon
Request for Proposals (RFP)

Franchise Tow Fee Program

City of Vernon
Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, CA 90058
Phone: (323) 587-5171

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City of Vemon Franchise Tow Fee Program Request for Proposals

1. INTRODUCTIONANDPROJECT

The City ol Vernon seeks proposals from qualified bidders to enter into a franchise
agreement to perform rotational police towing and storage services. Services to be
performed by the selected tow service company include vehicle towing and impound
services as direcied by the Vernon Police Department.

Based on the quality of the proposals received, the City may consider awarding a single
tow franchise contract, or multiple tow franchise contracts using a call-for-service
rotation. The City does not expect to award more than t/vo (2) franchise agreements
under the rotational system, although City Council reserves the right to award conlracls
at its sole discretion, based on the proposals submitted.

The City will select no more than two (2) tow service companies, based on demonstrated
competence and a cost effective approach to design, conduct, and assist in the removal
of vehicles which are apparently abandoned, or driven by unlicensed drivers, or drivers
driving on suspended licenses, or involved in traffic collisions, or vehicles creating a
tratfic hazard due to mechanical failures.

To be eligible for consideration, the tow service company's place of business and vehicle
storage facility must be located within a seven (7) mile radius ol the Vernon City Hall,
located at 4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon CA 90058.

2. BACKGROUNO

The City of Vernon was founded in 1905, is approximately 5.2 square miles in size and
is located approximately 5 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles California. Over its
long history, Vernon has been developed as an industrial community. At the turn of the
20th century the lands that make up Vernon were comprised largely ot farmlands. The
presence of three major rail lines in the area led inf luential business and property owners
to encourage the railroad companies to run spur lines onto the farmlands. These rail
extensions enabled the creation of an "exclusively industrial" city. By the 1920's Vernon
was attracting large stockyards and meatpacking tacilities. ln the 1930's Vernon
became the location of choice lor many heavy industrial plants. As economic conditions
changed over the decades, these large scale industrial operations have relocated out of
Southern California and Vernon has attracted smaller, lighter industrial facilities. The
City's business lriendly environment, low cost utilities and key location lor trucking and
rail transport conlinue to position Vernon as an ideal location for industrial uses.

City Government: The City Council consists of five members, elected at-large, who
serve live-year staggered terms. The City Council annually appoints a Mayor and a
Mayor Pro Tem from its own membership to serve one-year terms.

Labor Force: Vernon has approximately 280 employees, and its departments include a
Fire Department, Police Department, Finance Department, Public Works Department,
Public Utilities Department, and Health and Environmental Control Department. Present
bargaining units recognized include the Vernon Police Officers Benefit Association,
Vernon Police Management Association, Vernon Firemen's Association, the Vernon Fire
Management Association, lnternational Brotherhood ol Electrical Workers Local 47, and
Teamsters Local 91 1 .
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3. Kev Dates

a) lssue Date: November 1, 2018


b) Bidders Deadline lor Requests for lnformation: November 7, 2018
c) City's Response to Requests for lnformation Deadline: November 14,2018
d) Deadline to submit Proposal: November 19, 2018

4. REOUESTS FOR INFORMATION

A) All questions must be submitted in writing to the City of Vernon Police


Department no later than 5:00 pm, November 7, 2018. Responses to verbal
questions will not be given.

B) Requests for clarifications, questions and comments must be clearly labeled,


'Written Questions Re: City of Vernon Franchise Tow Fee Program." The City is
not responsible for failure to respond to a request that has not been labeled as
such.

C) Any of the following methods of delivering written questions are acceptable as


long as the questions are received no later than the date and time specified
above:

. U.S. Mail or Personal Courier:


Attention: Robert Sousa, Captain
Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

o E-mail: rsousa @ covod.oro

D) Responses lrom the City of Vernon to requesls for information will be delivered to
all interested parties no later than November 14,2o1a.

E) Please note that any questions asked and any response provided by Vernon will
be sent to every person who will be submitting a proposal, to the extent the City
is aware ol them.

5. ISSUES OR PROBLEMS TO BE AOORESSED

The selected low service company shall be able to provide swift, professional service in
the removal ol any vehicle, as directed by the Vernon Police Department, from any City
street.

6. SCOPEOFSERVICESREOUIRED

The City of Vernon is seeking the services of a highly qualified tow service company to
assist in:

Under the terms specified herein as well as in Chapter 48 of the Vernon Municipal Code,
Franchisee shall lurnish impound, towing, and storage services to the Vernon Police
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Department and the City as directed by the Vernon Police Department. To be eligible for
a franchise, applicants must meet the City's minimum requirements as specified herein.

Franchisee will be required to provide the necessary trained personnel, tow trucks and
storage facilities to recover, if necessary, and remove vehicles and tractor/trailers
involved in collisions. Franchisee(s) must be able to tow and store vehicles impounded
by the police, many times in excess of 30 days; and must be able to clean up and
dispose of debris at the scene of an accident at which any vehicle to be towed
hereunder was involved.

The average response time for any thirty (30) day period pursuant lo requests for tow
service by the Police Department, must not exceed twenty (20) minutes. The maximum
response time for any single request lor tow service by the Police Department shall not
exceed thirty (30) minutes. ln the event the Franchisee cannot respond within twenty
(20) minutes, the Franchisee shall immediately notify the Police Department dispatcher
and provide an estimated time of arrival.

Franchisee must provide a dispatcher available onsite at the tow lacility place of
business at all times for the immediate dispatching of towing equipment. Franchisee's
place of business must be open from 0700 to 1800 hours Monday through Friday.
Alternate hours, as directed by the City, must also be available in order to accommodate
special City events.

Failure or refusal to promptly relay the Police Dispatcher's requests for towing services
shall constitute failure to comply with the requirements, terms and conditions of the
agreement and may result in termination of the agreement.

All tow trucks shall be equipped as provided in the California Vehicle Code.
Franchisee's hucks shall be painted, lree of major dents, and kept clean and in good
working order.

Oflicial police tow services shall, at all times, have at least three (3) fully equipped and
operational tow trucks in service. All oI the tow trucks in service must have a minimum
capacity ol one (1)ton. At least one (1) ol the tow trucks in service must be a f latbed
tow truck. At least one ( l) o, the three (3) tow trucks in service must have a live (5) ton
lifting capacity. Every otficial police tow service shall be equipped for and have
personnel proficient in unlocking locked vehicles when requested to do so by Police
Department employees.

Upon selection the Franchisee shall lile with the Vernon Police Department, the name,
address, date of birth, driver's license number, and all other information required of any
tow unit driver employed by the permit holder subsequent to the date of the tow operator
permit application, which information shall be filed not later than ten (10) business days
following the effective date of hiring.

The Franchisee will be required to notily the Vernon Police Department of the name of
any tow truck driver no longer employed by such permit holder. This notification shall be
given to the Vernon Police Department no later than ten (10) business days following the
last date of the driver's employment by the permit holder.

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The Franchisee will be required to notily the Vernon Police Department of the identity of
any tow truck driver whose license is suspended. The operator shall not be authorized
to operate in Vernon unless the operator has provided proof from the Department ol
Motor Vehicles of the ability to operate a vehicle during work hours.

The Franchisee will be required to enroll and participating in a program with California
Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV Pull Program) that notifies the Franchisee when
their drivers have any change to their driving status or record. This DMV program will
alert the Franchisee to any potential problem drivers.

Franchisee will be required to comply with the California Vehicle Code and other
applicable laws with regards to lien sales, including supplying a list of vehicles each
month that the Franchisee intends to lien sale prior to selling same for approval by the
department. Franchisee is responsible for maintaining all documents relating to lien
sales-

7. OUALIFICATIONS & CRITERIA

A. Qualilications: The City of Vernon will select no more than two (2) tow service
companies for all of the outlined Scope of Service on the basis ol qualifications,
experience, and cost. The following are the minimum qualifications to be used to
evaluate responses to this Request {or Proposal:

1. The applicants can satisfy the insurance, business license, and tow
operator permits requirements set forth in Vernon Municipal Code
Chapter 48.
2. The applicants are qualilied on the basis of prior experience in the towing
operation business and Iinancial responsibility.
3. All tow vehicles and equipment must comply with all state and
applicable f ederal requirements.
4. The applicants can reasonably conduct an official police towing service
which complies with all of the requirements of Vernon Municipal Code
Chapter 48.
5. The applicants will accept all tow requested by the City, including tows of
abandoned or dismantled vehicles and/or tows requiring special
equipment.

B- Selection Criteria: The City will conduct a comprehensive, {air, and impartial
evaluation of proposals received in response to this RFP. All proposals received
will be reviewed and evaluated by a committee of qualified personnel. The name,
information, or experience of the individual members will not be made available to
any proposer. The Evaluation Committee will first review and screen all proposals
submitted, except for the cost proposals, according to the minimum qualifications
set forth above. The following criteria will be used in reviewing and comparing the
proposals and in determining the highest scoring bid:

1. 4o"/" Qualijications, background and prior experience of the tow service


company in the Service Area(s) being proposed, experience of key staff
assigned to oversee services provided to Vernon, evaluation of size and
scope of similar work performed and success on that work.
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2. 30% Cost and fees to the City for handling matters. Cost is not the sole
determining factor but will be taken into consideration. Proposer must
offer services at a rate comparable to the rate proposer offers to other
governmental entities for similar work. Offering a higher rate to the City
than the comparable rate is grounds tor disqualif ication of the Proposer.
lf rates differ for different types or levels of service, or for different
Service Areas, the Proposer should so state.
3. 107" Responsiveness to the RFP, and quality and responsiveness ol lhe
proposal.
4. 207o References including past performance ol proposer.

8. FORMAT AND DELIVEBY OF RESPONSE

Respondents are asked to submit one (1) unbound original, seven (7) hard copies and
one (1) electronic copy (via email to rsousa@covpd.oro) of their proposals in suflicient
detail to allow for a thorough evaluation and comparative analysis. The proposal should
include, at a minimum, the following inlormation in sectionalized format addressing all
phases ot lhe work in the RFP.

A. Format: Limit your proposal to 20 typed 8.5" X 11" pages, or fewer, on white
bond paper of at least 2o-pound weight single sided (excluding cover letter and
attachments. You may attach a company brochure il you wish, but it must be as
a separate attachment and independent from the required elements noted above.

1. Use a conventional typeface with a minimum font size of 12 points. Use a


1" margin on all boarders.

2. Oganize your submittal in the order described above.

3. Prominently label the package: "Franchise Tow Fee Program" and include
the name of the primary contact for the respondent. Deliver the response
lo:

City of Vernon
Attention: Robert Sousa, Captain
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

4. Responses are due on or belore 5:00 p.m. on November 19, 2018.


Late response will not be accepted.

B. Cover Letter: All proposals shall include a cover letter which states thal the
proposal shall remain valid for a period ol not less than ninety (90) days trom the
date of submittal. lf the proposal contemplates the use ol sub-contractors, the sub-
coniractors shall be identified in the cover letter. lf the proposal is submitted by a
business entity, the cover letter shall be signed by an officer authorized to
contractually bind the business entity. With respect to the business entity, the
cover letter shall also include: the identilication of the business entity, including the
name, address and telephone number of the business entity; and the name, title,
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address and telephone number of a contact person during the proposal evaluation
period.

C. lntroduction: Present an introduction of the proposal and your understanding of


the assignment and significant steps, methods and procedures to be employed by
the proposer to ensure quality deliverables that can be delivered within the
required time lrames and your identilied budget.

D. General Scope of Work: Briefly summarize the scope of work as the proposer
perceives or envisions it for each Service Area proposed.

E. Work Plan: Present concepts for conducting the work plan and intenelationship of
all pro.iects. Define the scope of each task including the depth and scope ol
analysis or research proposed.

F. Fees and costs: Although an important aspect of consideration, the financial cost
estimate will not be the sole justification for consideration. Negotiations may or
may not be conducted with the proposer; therefore, the proposal submitted should
contain the proposer's most favorable terms and conditions, since selection and
award may be made without discussion with any tow service company. All prices
should reflect "not to exceed" amounts per item. Proposer must offer services at a
rate comparable to the rate proposer ofiers to other governmental entities for
similar work. Offering a higher rate to the City than the comparable rate is grounds
for disqualification of the Proposer.

G. Ability of the Proposer to Perform: Provide a detailed description of the proposer


and his/her/its qualilications, including names, titles, detailed prolessional resumes
and past experience in similar work efforts/products of key personnel who will be
working on the assignment. Provide a list of specific related work projects that
have been completed by the proposer which are directly related to the assignment
described in this RFP. Note the specific individuals who completed such project(s).
ldentify role and responsibility o, each member ol the proiect team. lnclude the
amount ol time key personnel will be involved in the respective portions of the
assignment. Respondents are encouraged to supply relevant examples of their
professional product. Provide a list of references.

The selected tow service companies shall not subconlract any work under the RFP
nor assign any work without the prior written consent of the City.

H. Affidavit of Non-Collusion. Proposer must submit a completed and signed,


"Affidavit of Non-Collusion." (Copy attached as Exhibit A).

9. ADDENDA. CHANGES. AND AMENDMENTS TO THIS SOLICITATION

At any time prior to the due date for responses, the City may make changes,
amendments, and addenda to this solicitation, including changing the date due to allow
respondents time to address such changes. Addenda, changes, and amendments, il
made, will be posted on the City's website (www.cityofuernon.org), which is deemed
adequate notice. A proposer may make a request to the City's project coordinator to be
placed on a list of persons to receive notice of any such addenda, changes, or
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amendments. The preferred manner of communications is via e-mail due to its


timeliness.

10. CONDTTIONS FOR BESPONSES TO RFP

The following conditions apply to this RFP process:

Nothing contained in this RFP shall create any contractual


relationship between the respondent and the City.

B. This RFP does not obligate the City to establish a list of service
providers qualified as prime contractors, or award a contract to
any respondent. The City reserves the right to amend or cancel
this RFP without prior notice, at any lime, at its sole discretion.

c. The City shall not be liable for any expenses incurred by any
individual or organization in connection with this RFP.

D. No conversations or agreements with any o{ficer, agent, or


employee ol the City shall affect or modify any terms oI this RFP.
Oral communications or any written/e-mail materials provided by
any person other than designated contact staff of City shall not be
considered binding.

E. The City reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to accept or


reject any or all Proposals without prior notice and to waive any
minor irregularities or defects in a Proposal. The City reserves the
right to seek clarification on a Proposal with any source.

F. The dates, times, and sequence of events related to this RFP


shall ultimately be delermined by the City. The schedule shown
above is subject to change, at the sole discretion of the City,
although the City will attempt to follow it and, il it must be altered,
will attempt to provide reasonable notice of the changes.

G. Respondents shall not issue any news release pertaining to this


RFP, or the City without prior written approval of the City.

H. All submitted proposals and information included therein or


attached thereto shall become public record upon delivery to the
City Administrator's Oflice.

11. RIGHT BY THE CITY TO WITHDRAW THIS REOUEST

The City may, at its sole discretion and for any reason whatsoever, withdraw this
solicitation at any time.

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12. LIVING WAGE ORDINANCE

The selected tow service companies shall pay qualifying employees a wage ol not less
than $10.30 per hour with health benefits, or $1 1 .55 per hour without health benelits.
The tow service companies shall also provide qualifying employees at least twelve days
off per year for sick leave, vacation or personnel necessity, and an additional ten days a
year ol uncompensated time for sick leave. There shall be a prohibition on employer
retaliation against an employee's complaining to the City with regard to the employer's
compliance with the living wage ordinance. The tow services companies, and any sub-
contracto(s), shall comply with the City's Living Wage Ordinance. The cunent Living
Wage Standards are set forth in Exhibit "D" of the standard {orm lranchise towing
services agreement, attached hereto as Exhibit B. Upon the City's request, certified
payroll records shall promptly be provided to the City.

13. STANDARD TERMS AND CONOIT]ONS

Prior to the award of any work hereunder, City and proposer shall enter into the written
contract for services attached hereto as Exhibit B. Proposers responding to this RFP
are strongly advised to review all the terms and conditions ol the Contract. The term o{
the Contract shall not exceed three (3) years.

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EXHIBIT A

AFFIDAVIT OF NON-COLLUSION

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EXHIBIT B

STANDARD FORM CONTRACT

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CITY OF VERNON
FRANCHISEE TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT NO.

COVER PAGE

Franchisee: [insert name of franchisee]

Responsible Principal of Franchisee: [insert name, title]

Notice lnformation - Franchisee: [insert name of franchisee]


[insert street address]
[insert city, state, zip code]
Attention: [insert name, title]
Phone: [insert phone number]
Facsimile: [insert fax number]

Notice lnformation - City: City of Vernon


4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058
Attention: Anthony Miranda
Chief of Police
Telephone: (323) 587-5171 en. 115
Facsimile: (323) 826-1483

Commencement Date: [insert commencement date]

Termination Date: [insert termination date, three years after


commencement datel

Consideration: Payment is made by Franchisee to City


pursuant to Section 3 of this Agreement.

Payment is made to Franchisee by City


pursuant to Section 5 of this Agreement.

Records Retention Period Three (3) years, pursuant to Section 15.3

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CITY OF VERNON
FRANCHISEE TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT NO.

This Agreement is made and entered into by and between the City ol Vernon ("Cit/), a
Calilornia charter City and California municipal corporation, and
("Franchisee"), a Police Towing Company with its principal place of business at
(collectively, the "Parties") to provide towing services to the City.

The Parties agree as follows:

RECITALS

WHEREAS, Franchisee shall provide police towing services to the City ol Vernon as set
Iorth in the Request lor Proposal issued on or about Exhibit A,
and Franchisee's proposal to the City ("Proposal') dated Exhibit B,
both of which are attached to and incorporated into this Agreement, by reference.

WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 48 of the Vernon Municipal Code, Franchisee has


applied for a Police Towing Franchise ("Franchise"); and

WHEREAS, the City Council has held a public hearing lor the purpose ol hearing
persons in favor of or in opposition to the granting of such Franchise; and

WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that Franchisee has demonstrated
compliance with Chapter 48 ol the Vernon Municipal Code and has agreed to comply with all
provisions of that Chapter; and

WHEREAS, it is required that City and Franchisee enter into a Franchise Towing
Services Agreement ('Agreemenf) for Police Towing services in the City of Vernon; and

WHEREAS, additional conditions have been imposed upon this grant of Franchise.

NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties do hereby agree as follows:

Section 1. GRANT OF FRANCHISE.

City grants to Franchisee a Police Towing Franchise authorizing Franchisee to engage


in the business of Police Towing as set forth in chapter 48 of the Vernon Municipal Code in the
City of Vernon and to use the public streets and rights of way Ior such purpose. This grant is
pursuant to the City's Request lor Proposal and to Franchisee's proposal for the Franchise.
Franchisee is subject to the terms and conditions specilied in Section 8.9 of the Charter of the
City of Vernon, the provisions of Chapter 48 of the Vernon Municipal Code, the terms and
conditions specified in all related resolutions, the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the
representations and assurances in Franchisee's application for the Franchise.

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Section 2. TERM OF FRANCHISE.

The term of this Franchise granted to Franchisee shall be for three (3) years, from
inclusive.

Section 3. FRANCHISE FEES.

3.1 During the term of lhe Franchise, Franchisee shall pay a franchise lee to City in
an amount equal to 5% of Franchisee's gross annual receipts arising from the use, operation or
possession of the Franchise, which fees shall be assessed lrom the date on which the
ordinance granting this Franchise became effective and in accordance with Section 48.8 of the
Vernon Municipal Code and any Resolution adopted by the City Council and in such other
amounts as are set torth in any subsequent resolutions that may be adopted by the City Council
at any time during the term of the Agreement.

3.2 The Franchisee shall file with the City Clerk of the City, within three (3)
months after the expiration of the calendar year, or fractional calendar year, following the date of
the granting ol this franchise, and within three (3) months alter the expiration of each calendar
year thereafter, a verilied statement showing in detail the total gross receipts for the Franchisee
derived during the preceding calendar year, or such fractional calendar year, from the provision
of oflicial police towing services within the limits ol the City. The Franchisee shall pay to the
City within fifteen (15) days after the time for filing said statement, in lawful money of the United
States, the aforesaid percentage of its gross receipt for the calendar year, or fractional calendar
year, covered by said statement. Any neglecl, omission or relusal by Franchisee to file said
verified statement, or to pay said percentage at the times or in the manner hereinbefore
provided, shall conslitute grounds for the declaration of forfeiture ol this Franchise and of all
rights of Franchisee hereunder pursuant to the procedures set forth in Sections 1 I and 12
herein. However, Franchisee has the ability to cure. Further, the City is responsible lor insuring
that Franchisee has the appropriate financial institulion information lor electronic transfer of the
franchise fee in a timely manner. Any delays caused by incorrect financial institution information
shall not constitute grounds for the declaration ol a forleiture of this Franchise.

3.3 Franchisee shall timely pay all required franchise fees to:

City of Vernon
Attention: Finance Director
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Each payment shall be accompanied by a written statement, verified by the Franchisee or a duly
authorized representalive ol the Franchise, showing in such form and detail as the Finance
Director of the City oI Vernon may prescribe, the calculation of the franchise fee payable by the
Franchisee and such other information as the Finance Director may require as material to a
determination ol the amount due.

3.4 The first payment of the franchise fee will be due on


and payments shall be due monthly thereafter on the 15'h day oI each month.

3.5 When Franchisee remits franchise fees to the City, such franchise lees
shall be deemed timely paid only if delivered or postmarked on or before the due date. lf fees
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are not timely paid, Franchisee shall be subject to suspension or termination of the Franchise
pursuant to Section 14 of this Agreement and/or to any other penalties which may be
established and assessed by the City, including, but without limitation, late fees assessed at the
rate of live percent (5%).

Section 4. TOWING SERVICES.

4.1 Franchisee shall provide Police Towing services, as set forth in Exhibit A,
which is the City's Request for Proposals for Otficial Police Tow Services, and which includes,
but without limitation, slrictly adhering to the eligibility requirements, operating regulations, fees
schedules, standards lor tow truck equipment, standard rules of operation, response time,
inspection, information regarding new or terminated tow truck drivers, tow driver training, and as
set forth in Exhibit B which is Franchisee's response to the City's Request for Proposals. All
services by Franchisee shall comply will all provisions of federal, state and local law and
regulation, including, but without limitation Chapter 48 of the Vernon Municipal Code.

4.2 Franchisee understands and agrees that, although the City is granting it a
franchise as a police towing service, the City may requisition towing services from other service
providers as set forth in Section 48.12 of the Vernon Municipal Code, or il Franchisee is
otherwise unavailable lor any reason, in the reasonable discretion of the Vernon Chief of Police
and including, but without limitation, suspension or termination of the Franchisee.

Section 5. RATES. CHARGES AND PAYMENT.

5.1 The rates and charges for towing and storage in connection with this
Franchise shall be established by the City Council. The prevailing rates prescribed by the
Southern Division of the California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles Police Department, and the
Los Angeles County Sherifl will be considered when establishing these rates. The rate per
impound shall be $- and the storage charge shall be $- per day, until
otherwise modif ied by the City Council. A sign showing the approved rates and charges shall
be conspicuously posted in the Franchisee's tow office and shall be posted in a conspicuous
place in the interior of each tow truck operated by Franchisee. Franchisee shall provide vehicle
owners the option of payment by MasterCard and Visa. Franchisee must provide for after-hours
releases of vehicles, and may collect an after-hour release fee. As part ol the award of
franchise the City Council will be requested to establish an after-hours release fee not to exceed
y2 ot lhe impound fee in addition to other established fees.

Section 6. REPORTS.

Franchisee shall file a monthly towing report with the Chief ol Police along with payment
of its monthly franchise fees. The report shall be submitted to:

Chief of Police
Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

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The report shall include the inlormation required by Section 48.10(H) ot the Vernon Municipal
Code for Franchisee and its subcontractors, certitied as true and correct under penalty of
perjury by a responsible owner or official of the Franchisee:

Section 7. FRANCHISEE'S RECORDS.

7.1 The Franchisee shall maintain accurate and complete books and
accounts of all revenues and income arising out of its operations under the Franchise and in a
manner, which conforms with generally accepted accounting principles. Franchisee's books,
accounts and records, arising out ol or related to its operation under the Franchise, shall at all
times be open to inspection, examination and audit by authorized officers, employees and
agents of the City. Such records shall be kept at franchisee's place oJ business shown in this
Agreement for receipt of notices.

7.2 Franchisee shall require its subcontractors, if any, who perform police
Towing services in connection with the Franchise to keep and maintain books of account and
other records showing all business transactions conducted by such subcontractors in
connection with the Franchise. Franchisee agrees to use its best efforts to avoid duplication of
reporting behveen Franchisee and its subcontractors.

Seclion 8. TOW VEHICLE AND DRIVER. REPORTING. COMPLIANCE. AND


IDENTIFICATION.

8.1 Franchisee shall maintain on file with the City, a complete and accurate
listing of every vehicle operated by Franchisee for police towing services. Franchisee shall
certify, in a form acceptable to City, that every such vehicle conforms with regional and State
vehicle emission standards ("emission standards'), and shall provide documentation of
compliance on written request of the City. Franchisee understands and agrees that lailure to
conform with emission standards may resull in suspension, termination or non-renewal of a
Franchise.

8.2 Every vehicle operated by Franchisee and for Police Towing services in
the City shall bear the following idenlilication: Franchisee's trade name, monogram or insignia,
the Franchise vehicle number, together with Franchisee's telephone number painted upon both
sides of the vehicle. All leftering mentioned in this paragraph shall be not less than 2-114" in
height and not less than 5/6" stroke. The Franchisee agrees to remove the Franchise vehicle
number and all other information within 30 calendar days after the Franchise is terminated or
the vehicle is sold, transfened or taken out ol service.

8.3 Franchisee shall file with the Vernon Police Department, the name,
address, date ol birth, driver's license number, and all identification required of any tow unit
driver working lor Franchisee, whether as an employee or as a contractor, which information
shall be filed not later than ten (10) business days following the effective date of employment or
engagement. Franchisee shall also notify the Vernon Police Department within ten (10)
business days of the following occurrences: the license suspension of any tow unit driver, and
the end of employment, or engagement, of any tow unit driver with Franchisee.

Section 9. INDEMNIFICATION OF CITY.

9.1 Franchisee shall indemnify and hold the City harmless from and against
any and all loss, damages, liability, claims, suits, costs and expenses, fines, charges or
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penalties whatsoever, including reasonable attorney's fees, regardless of the merit or outcome
of any such claim or suit, arising from or in any manner related to the services provided or
business conducted under Chapter 48 of the Vernon Municipal Code or otherwise pursuant to
this Agreement.

9.2 Franchisee shall indemnily the City, de{end with counsel approved by the
City, protect and hold harmless the City, its officers, employees, agents, assigns, and any
successor or successors to the City's interest from and against all claims, actual damages
(including but not limited to special and consequential damages), natural resources damage,
punitive damages, injuries, cosls, response, remediation and removal costs, losses, demands,
debts, liens, liabilities, causes ol action, suits, legal or administrative proceedings, interest, fines
and charges, penalties and expenses (including, but not limited to, attorneys'and expert witness
fees and costs incurred in connection with derending against any of the foregoing or in enforcing
this indemnity) of any kind whatsoever paid, incurred or suffered by, or asserted against, the
City or its officers, employees, agents or the Franchisee arising from or attributable to any
repair, remediation, cleanup or detoxification, or preparation and implementation of any
removal, remedial, response, or closure or other plan (regardless of whether undertaken due to
governmental action) concerning any hazardous substance or hazardous waste at any place
where the Franchisee stores or dispose of solid or hazardous waste. The foregoing indemnity is
intended to operate as an Agreement pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response,
Compensation and Liability Act, 42 United States Code Section 9607, and California Health and
Safety Code Section 25364, and any successor provisions, to insure, protect, hold harmless,
and indemnify the City lrom liability.

Section 10. INSURANCE.

Franchisee shall, at its own expense, procure and maintain policies of insurance of the types
and in the amounts set forth below, lor the duration of the Agreement, including any extensions
thereto. The policies shall state that they afford primary coverage.

i. Aulomobile Liability with minimum limits of at least $1,000,000 combined


single limit, including owned, hired, and non-owned liability coverage.

(1) MCS 90 Endorsement must be attached to the auto liability policy.

ii. Garage Keeper Legal Liability insurance with coverage limits of no less
than $1,000,000 for damage to a vehicle towed, impounded or otherwise
stored by Franchisee.

iii. On-Hook Liability insurance with coverage limits of no less than


$1,000,000 lor damage to any vehicle towed by Franchisee or otherwise
connected to any of Franchisee's tow trucks.

iv. Franchisee agrees to subrogate automobile liability resulting from


performance under this agreement by agreeing to defend, indemnify and
hold harmless, the City, and its respective employees, agents, and City
Council lrom and against all claims, liabilities, suits, losses, damages,
injuries and expenses, including all costs and reasonable attorney's fees
("Claims"), which are attributable to any act or omission by the City under
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the performance of the services.

v. General Liability with minimum limits of at least $1,000,000 per


occurrence and $2,000,000 aggregate written on an lnsurance Services
Office (lSO) Comprehensive General Liability "occurrence" form or its
equivalent for coverage on an occurrence basis. Premises/Operations
and Personal lnjury coverage is required. The City of Vernon, its
directors, commissioners, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers
must be endorsed on the policy as additional insureds as respects liability
arising out ol the Franchisee's performance of this Agreement.

(1) lf Franchisee employs other contractors as part oflhe services


rendered, Conlractor's Protective Coverage is
required. Franchisee may include all subcontractors as insureds
under its own policy or shall furnish separale insurance for each
subcontractor, meeting the requirements set forth herein.

(2) Franchisee agrees to subrogate General Liability resulting from


performance under this agreement by agreeing to defend,
indemnify and hold harmless, the City, and its respective
employees, agents, and City Council from and against all claims,
liabilities, suits, losses, damages, injuries and expenses, including
all costs and reasonable attorney's fees ("Claims"), which are
attributable to any act or omission by the City under the
performance of the services.

vi. Franchisee shall comply with the applicable sections o{ the California
Labor Code concerning workers' compensation for injuries on the job. ln
addition, Franchisee shall require each subcontractor to similarly maintain
workers' compensation insurance in accordance with the laws for
California for all of the subcontractor's employees. Compliance is
accomplished in one of the lollowing manners:

(1) Provide copy of permissive self-insurance certificate approved by


the State of Cali{ornia; or
(2) Secure and maintain in force a policy of workers' compensation
insurance with statutory limits and Employer's Liability lnsurance with a
minimal limit of $1,000,000 per accident. The policy shall be endorsed to
waive all rights of subrogation against City, its directors, commissioners,
officers, employees, and volunteers for losses arising from performance
of this Agreement; or
(3) Provide a "waiver" form certifying that no employees subiect to the
Labor Code's Workers' Compensation provision will be used in
performance of this Agreement.

vii. Each insurance policy included in this clause shall be endorsed to state
that coverage shall not be cancelled except after thirty (30) days' prior
written notice to City.

viii. lnsurance shall be placed with insurers with a Best's rating of no less than
A-Vil.
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Prior to commencement of perlormance, Franchisee shall furnish City
with a certificate of insurance for each policy. Each certificate is to be
signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its
behalf. The certificate(s) must be in a form approved by City. City may
require complete, certified copies of any or all policies at any time.

Failure to maintain required insurance at all times shall constitute a


default and material breach. ln such event, Franchisee shall immediately
notify City and cease all peformance under this Agreement until further
directed by the City. ln the absence of satisfactory insurance coverage,
City may, at its option: (a) procure insurance with collection rights for
premiums, attorney's fees and costs against Franchisee by way ol set-off
or recoupment from sums due to Franchisee, at City's option; (b)
immediately terminate this Agreement and seek damages from the
Agreement resulting from said breach; or (c) self-insure the risk, with all
damages and costs incurred, by judgment, settlement or otherwise,
including aftorney's fees and costs, being collectible f rom Franchisee, by
way ol set-off or recoupment lrom any sums due to Franchisee.

Section 11. TERMINATION AND SUSPENSION.

The City may terminate this Agreement, without cause, by giving the Franchisee
thirty (30) days written notice of such termination and the effective date thereof. The City may
terminate this Agreement, with cause, by giving the Franchisee ( 10) days written notice ol such
lermination and the effective date thereof. Cancellation for cause shall be at the discretion of
the City and shall be, but is not limited to, Iailure to supply the materials, equipment or service
specilied within the time allowed or within the lerms, conditions or provisions ol this agreement.
The Franchisee may not cancel this Agreement without prior written consent from the Vernon
Chief of Police.

Section 12. TEMPORARY SUSPENSION.

ln addition to termination or suspension as set forth in Section I1, above, the Chief ol
Police may temporarily suspend any Franchisee without a hearing, whenever the continued
operation by the Franchisee would constitute a danger to public health, salety, welfare or public
morals, including, without limitation, where there is a failure to maintain the minimum levels and
standards of liability insurance or claims reserve or failure to keep in full lorce and effect any
applicable licenses or permits required by federal, state, local law, or regulation. The notice ol
temporary suspension may be personally delivered to the party named and to the address given
on the application pursuant to which such Franchise was issued and to the notice address
stated herein, iI different, or, mailed by registered or certified mail to the party named at the
address given on the application pursuant to which such Franchise was issued and to the notice
address stated herein, il different. Notwithstanding other notice provisions of this Agreement,
the temporary suspension is effective upon the earlier of either receipt or the expiration ol 3
days from the date of mailing. The notice of temporary suspension shall include a notice of the
date and time lor termination hearing and all other information required by the Vernon Municipal
Code. The temporary suspension shall remain effective until the decision on suspension or
termination is made unless the suspension is litted by written notice of the Chiel of Police.

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Section 13. ACCEPTANCE. WAIVEB.

Franchisee agrees lo be bound by and comply with all the requirements ol Chapter 48
and this Agreement. By entering into this Agreement, Franchisee waives, to the maximum
extent permitted by law, Franchisee's right to challenge the terms of this Agreement and of
Chapter 48 under federal, state or local law, or under administrative regulation, as such laws
and regulations exist as of the date of signing of this Agreement.

Section 14. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

14.1 INDEPENDENT STATUS. lt is understood that in the performance under


this Agreement, Franchisee shall be, and is, an independent operator, and is not an agent,
contractor, or employee of City and shall furnish services in its own manner and method.
Further, Franchisee has and shall retain the right to exercise full control over the employment,
direction, compensation and discharge of all persons employed by Franchisee in its business
operations. Franchisee shall be solely responsible for, and shall indemnify, defend and save
City harmless lrom all matters relating to the payment of its employees, including compliance
with social security, withholding and all other wages, salaries, benefits, taxes, exactions, and
regulations of any nature whatsoever.

14.2 FRANCHISE NOT AGENT. Franchisee and its subcontractors shall have
no authority, express or implied, to act on behall of or bind the City in any capacity whatsoever
as agents or otherwise.

14.3 WAIVER. The City's waiver of any term, conditaon, breach or default of
this Agreement shall not be considered to be a waiver of any other term, condition, default or
breach, nor of a subsequent breach of the one waived.

14.4 NO ASSIGNMENT. The Franchisee shall not assign or trans{er any


interest in this Agreement without the express prior written consent and approval of City
Council.

14.5 COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS. Franchisee shatt comply with all Federat,
Slate, County and City laws, ordinances, resolutions, rules and regulations, which are, as
amended from time to time, incorporated herein and applicable to the performance hereof .

14.6 ATTORNEY'S FEES. lf any action at law or in equity is brought to


enforce or interpret the terms of this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entifled to
reasonable attorney's fees, costs and necessary disbursements in addition to any other relief to
which such party may be entitled.

14.7 INTERPRETATION.

14.7.1 Aoplicable Law. This Agreement, and the rights and duties of the
parties hereunder (both procedural and substantive), shall be governed and construed
according to the laws ol the State of California.

14.7.2 Entire Aoreement. This Agreement, including any Exhibits


attached hereto and any documents explicitly referenced herein, constitutes the entire
agreement and understanding between the parties regarding its subject matter and supersedes

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all prior or contemporaneous negotiations, representations, understandings, correspondence,
documentation and agreements (written or oral).

14.7.3 Written Amendment. This Agreement may only be changed by


written amendment signed by Franchisee and the City Administrator or other authorized
representative ol the City, subject to any requisite authorization by the City Council. Any oral
representations or modifications concerning this Agreement shall be of no Iorce or effect.

14.7.4 Severabilitv. lf any provision in this Agreement is held by any


court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal, void, or unenforceable, such portion shall be
deemed severed from this Agreement, and the remaining provisions shall nevertheless continue
in full force and effect as fully as though such invalid, illegal, or unenforceable portion had never
been part of this Agreement.
14.7.5 Choice of Forum. The parties hereby agree that this Agreement is
to be enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of California, is entered into and is to be
performed in the City of Vernon and that all claims or controversies arising out of or related to
perlormance under this Agreement shall be submitted to and resolved in a forum within the
County of Los Angeles at a place to be determined by the rules of the lorum.

14.7.6 Order ol Precedence. ln case ol contlict between the terms of this


Agreement and the terms contained in any document attached as an Exhibit or otherwise
incorporated by reference, the order oI precedence is as follows: Charter the City of Vernon, the
Vernon Municipal Code, the ordinance granting this Franchise, resolutions of the City ol Vernon
this Agreement, the City's Request for Proposals for Otficial Police Towing Services, and
Franchisee's Response to the City's Request tor Proposals for Otficial Police Towing Services.

14.7.7 Duplicate Orioinals. There shall be two (2) fully signed copies of
this Agreement, each ol which shall be deemed an original.

14.8 AUTHORITY OF FRANCHISEE. The Franchisee hereby represents and


warrants to the City that the Franchisee has the right, power, legal capacity and authority to
enter into and perform its obligations under this Agreement, and its execution of this Agreement
has been duly authorized.

Section 15. ADDITIONALASSURANCES.

15.1 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PRACTICES.

Franchisee certifies and represents that, during the performance of this


Agreement, Franchisee and any other parties with whom it may subcontract shall adhere to
equal opportunity employment practices to assure that applicants and employees are treated
equally and are not discriminated against because ol their race, religion, color, national origin,
ancestry, disability, sex, age, medical condition, marital status. Franchisee further certifies that
it will not maintain any segregated facilities. Franchisee further agrees to comply with The
Equal Employment Opportunity Practices provisions as set forth in Exhibit "C".

15.2 BUSINESS LICENSES. Franchisee shall obtain, and pay any and all
costs associated therewith, any Vernon Business License, which may be required by the
Vernon Municipal Code and all permits, and licenses applicable to Franchisee's operations
under this Franchise, which are required of Franchisee by any governmental agency.

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15.3 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION OF RECORDS.

The City, or its authorized auditors or representatives, shall have access to and
the right to audit and reproduce any of the Franchisee's records to the elitent the City deems
necessary to insure it is receiving all money to which it is entitled under the Agreemenl and/or is
paying only the amounts to which Franchisee is properly entitled under the Agreement or tor
other purposes relating to the Agreement.

The Franchisee shall maintain and preserve all such records for a period of at
least 3 years after termination of the Agreement.

The Franchisee shall maintain all such records in the City of Vernon. lf not, the
Franchisee shall, upon request, promptly deliver the records to the City of Vernon or reimburse
the City for all reasonable and eltra costs incurred in conducting the audit at a location other
than the City of Vernon, including, but not limited to, such additional (out of the City) expenses
for personal, salaries, private auditors, travel, lodging, meals and overhead.

15.4
CONFLICT. Franchisee hereby represents warrants and certifies that no
member, officer or employee ol the Franchisee is a director, oflicer or employee of the City of
Vernon, or a member of any of its boards, commissions or committees, except to the erlent
permitted by law.
Section 16.
LIVING WAGES.

Franchisee, and any subcontracto(s), shall comply with the City's Living Wage
Ordinance. The current Living Wage Standards are set forth in Exhibit "D". Upon the City's
request, certified payroll records shall promptly be provided to the City.

Section 17. NOTICES.

Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, all notices required by this Agreement
or by Chapter 48 ol the Vernon Municipal Code shall be given by personal service or by deposit
in the United States mail, postage pre-paid and return receipt requested, addressed to the
parlies as follows:

To City: Chief of Police


Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Copies to: Director of Finance


City of Vernon
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Franchisee:

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Notice shall be deemed effective on the date personally served or, iI mailed, three days the date
deposited in the mail.

[Signatures Begin on Next Page].

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lN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
executed by their duly authorized representatives as of the date set forth below.

City
City of Vernon, a California charter [FRANCHISEE'S NAME, a [State
and California municipal corporation incorporated inl corporation

By:
Carlos Fandino, City Administrator Name:

Title:

ATTEST:
By:

Name:
Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk Tiile:

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Hema Patel, City Attorney

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EXHIBIT A

REOUEST FOR PROPOSALS

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EXHIBIT B

FRANCHISEE'S PROPOSAL

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EXHIBIT C

THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

PRACTICES PROVISIONS

A. Franchisee certif ies and represents that, during the performance of this Agreement, the
Franchisee and each subcontractor shall adhere to equal opportunity employment practices
to assure that applicants and employees are treated equally and are not discriminated
against because of their race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, handicap,
sex, or age. Franchisee further certilies that it will not maintain any segregated facilities.

B. Franchisee agrees that it shall, in all solicitations or advertisements for applicants for
employment placed by or on behall ol Franchisee, state that it is an "Equal Opportunity
Employer" or that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to their race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, handicap, sex or age.

c. Franchisee agrees that it shall, if requested to do so by the City, certify that it has not, in the
performance of this Agreement, discriminated against applicants or employees because of
their membership in a protected class.

D, Franchisee agrees to provide the City with access to, and, il requested to do so by City,
through its awarding authority, provide copies of all of its records pertaining or relating to its
employment practices, except to the extent such records or portions of such records are
conlidential or privileged under state or federal law.

E. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed in any manner as lo require or


permit any act which is prohibited by law.

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EXHIBIT D

LIVING WAGE PROVISIONS

U!dllgg-t!v!!siU3 :

A requirement that Employers pay qualifying employees a wage of no less than $10.30 per hour
with health benefits, or $1 1.55 per hour without health benefits.

@..]U@-PevS:
Employers provide qualifying employees at least twelve compensated days ofl per year lor sick
leave, vacation, or personal necessity, and an additional ten days a year ol uncompensated
time for sick leave.

Mdd@:
A prohibition on employer retaliation against employees complaining to the City with regard to
the employer's compliance with the living wage ordinance. Employees may bring an action in
Superior Court against an employer for back pay, treble damages lor willful violations, and
attorney's fees, or to compel City officials to terminate the agreement of violating employers.

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AFFIDAVIT OF NON-COLLUSION BY CONTRACTOR

STATE OF CALIFORNIA
ss
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

being first duly swom deposes

and says that he/she is


(lt6€n SoLO$ner'. Panner'. 'President- S€etary". tr otlEr properlitle,

of
(INen nanE of bidd€r)

who submits herewith to the City of Vemon a bid./proposal;

That all statements of fact in such bid/proposal are true;

That such bid/proposal was not made in the interest ofor on behalf of any undisclosed person, pannership,
company. association, organization orcorporation;

That such bid/proposal is genuine and not collusive or sham;

That said bidder has not, directly or indirertly by agreement, communication or conference with anyone
attempted to induce action prejudicial to the interest ofthe City ofVemon, orofany otherbidder or anyone
else interested in the proposed contract; and further

That prior to the public opening and reading of bidVproposals, said bidder:

a. Did not directly or indirectly, induce or solicit anyone else to submit a false or sham bid/proposal;

b. Did not dirertly or indirectly, collude, conspire, connive or agree with anyone else that said bidder
or anyone else would submit a false or sham bid/proposal, or that anyone should refrain from
bidding or withdraw hiVher bid/proposal;

c. Did not, in any manner, directly or indirectly seek by agreement, communication or conference
with anyone to raise or fix the bid/proposal price of said bidder or of anyone else, or to raise or
fix any overhead, profit or cost element of hiVher bid/proposal price, or of that of anyone else;

d. Did not, directly or indirectly, submit hiyher bid/proposal price or any breakdown thereof, or the
contents thereof, or divulge infonnation or data relative thereto, to any corporation, pannership,
company, association, organization, bid depository, or to any nrcmber or agent thereof, or to any
individual or group of individuals, except the City of Vemon, or to any person or persons who
have a partnership or other financial interest with said bidder in his/her business.

I cenify under penalty of perjury that the above information is corre.i

By:

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ORDINANCE NO.

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF


VERNON GRANTING TO U.S. TOW, INC., A FRANCHISE
TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT

WHEREAS, the City of Vernon (the “City”) is a municipal


corporation and a chartered city of the State of California organized
and existing under its Charter and the Constitution of the State of
California; and
WHEREAS, on October 2, 2012, the City Council of the City of
Vernon adopted Ordinance No. 1198 adding Chapter 4B of the Vernon
Municipal Code to establish a non-consensual franchise towing fee; and
WHEREAS, on September 15, 2015, the City Council of the City
of Vernon adopted Ordinance Nos. 1231 and 1233 granting U.S. Tow, Inc.
and H.P. Automotive & Tow, Inc. a franchise towing services agreement
for a term of three years; and
WHEREAS, on or about November 1, 2018, the Police Chief
issued a Request for Proposals for the City’s Franchise Tow Fee
Program; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Vernon desires to
grant a Franchise Towing Services Agreement to U.S. Tow, Inc.; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Vernon is authorized
by City Charter Section 8.9 to grant a franchise in the City of Vernon
to any person, firm, corporation, or other entity and to set terms,
conditions, restrictions and limitations by ordinance.
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VERNON HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
finds and determines that the above recitals are true and correct.
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SECTION 2: GRANT OF FRANCHISE.
A non-exclusive franchise shall be, and the same is hereby
granted by the City Council of the City of Vernon to U.S. Tow, Inc., its
lawful successors or assigns to provide official non-consensual police
towing services to the Vernon Police Department. Said franchise is
further described and depicted in the Franchise Towing Services
Agreement, in substantially the same form as attached hereto as Exhibit
A and incorporated herein by reference.
SECTION 3: FRANCHISE TERM.
The franchise shall endure in full force and effect for
three (3) years, subject to the terms and conditions of the Franchise
Towing Services Agreement.
SECTION 4: FRANCHISE FEE.
The grantee of the franchise, during the life thereof, will
pay to the City five percent (5%) of the gross annual receipts of the
grantee arising from the use, operation or possession of the
franchise.
SECTION 5: VERIFIED STATEMENT OF GROSS RECEIPTS.
The grantee shall file with the City Clerk of the City,
within three (3) months after the expiration of the calendar year, or
fractional calendar year, following the date of the granting of this
franchise, and within three (3) months after the expiration of each
calendar year thereafter, a verified statement showing in detail the
total gross receipts for the grantee derived during the preceding
calendar year, or such fractional calendar year, from the provision of
official police towing services within the limits of the City. The
grantee shall pay to the City within fifteen (15) days after the time
for filing said statement, in lawful money of the United States, the
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aforesaid percentage of its gross receipt for the calendar year, or
fractional calendar year, covered by said statement. Any neglect,
omission or refusal by grantee to file said verified statement, or to
pay said percentage at the times or in the manner hereinbefore
provided, shall constitute grounds for the declaration of forfeiture
of this franchise and of all rights of grantee hereunder. However,
grantee has the ability to cure under Section 12. Further, the City
is responsible for insuring that grantee has the appropriate financial
institution information for electronic transfer of the franchise fee
in a timely manner. Any delays caused by incorrect financial
institution information shall not constitute grounds for the
declaration of a forfeiture of this franchise.
SECTION 6: WRITTEN ACCEPTANCE REQUIRED.
The franchise granted hereby shall not become effective
until written acceptance thereof shall have been filed by grantee with
the City Clerk.
SECTION 7: ABANDONMENT OF PRIOR FRANCHISES.
The franchise granted by this Ordinance is in lieu of all
other franchises, rights or privileges owned by the grantee, or by any
successor of the grantee to any rights under the franchise, for
providing official police towing services throughout the limits of the
City of Vernon as such limits exist at the time of the granting of the
franchise or as they may thereafter, except any franchise derived
under Section 19 of Article IX of the Constitution as that section
existed prior to the amendment thereof adopted October 10, 1911. The
acceptance of the franchise granted by this Ordinance shall operate as
an abandonment of all such franchises, rights, and privileges within
the limits of City as such limits at any time exist, in lieu of which
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the franchise is granted by this Ordinance.
SECTION 8: EMINENT DOMAIN.
The granting of the franchise shall not in any way impair or
affect the right of the City to acquire the property of the grantee by
purchase or condemnation, and nothing contained in this franchise
shall be construed to contract away, modify or abridge either for a
term or in perpetuity the City’s right of eminent domain.
SECTION 9: VALUE OF FRANCHISE.
By acceptance of the franchise, the grantee, for itself, its
successors and assigns, agrees that in any proceeding of any character
before any court, commission, administrative body, board of
arbitration or other public authority, no greater value shall be
placed upon the franchise in excess of the cost to the grantee of the
necessary publication and any other sum paid by grantee to the City
therefor at the time of acquisition.
SECTION 10: NONCOMPLIANCE.
If the grantee of the franchise granted by this Ordinance
fails, neglects, or refuses to comply with any of the provisions or
conditions prescribed in this ordinance or the Franchise Act of 1937,
and does not within ten (10) days after written demand for compliance
begin the work of compliance, and after such beginning does not
prosecute the work with due diligence to completion, the City, by its
City Council, may declare the franchise forfeited. The City may sue
in its own name for the forfeiture of the franchise granted pursuant
to this Ordinance, in the event of noncompliance with any of the
conditions thereof by the grantee, its successors, or assigns.
SECTION 11: CONFORMITY TO RULES AND STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS.
The grantee of the franchise granted by this Ordinance shall
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comply with all of the ordinances and rules adopted by the City
Council of the City of Vernon in the exercise of its police powers and
not in conflict with the paramount authority of the State. All work
undertaken or performed pursuant to the provisions of the franchise
shall be of the standard required by law, and by any other body or
governmental authority having jurisdiction in the premises. Where not
in conflict with State law, or other governmental authority having
jurisdiction in the premises, tow services shall be performed in
accordance with the rules and regulations and ordinances of the City.
SECTION 12: INDEMNIFICATION.
The grantee shall indemnify and hold harmless the City, its
officers, agents and employees, from all liability for damages
proximately resulting from any operations under this franchise.
SECTION 13: ASSIGNMENT.
Grantee shall not assign or transfer any interest in the
franchise without the express prior written consent and approval of
City Council. Any unauthorized assignment or transfer of Franchisee’s
rights or obligations under this Agreement shall be null and void and
shall constitute a material breach by Franchisee of this Agreement.
SECTION 14: PERFORMANCE BOND.
(a) At the option of the City, grantee shall either (a)
reduce or eliminate any deductibles or self-insured retentions with
respect to the City, its elected officials, officers, employees,
agents, representatives, attorneys, and volunteers; or (b) file with
the City Clerk a corporate surety bond running to City and guaranteeing
payment of losses and related investigations, claim administration and
defense expenses. The bond shall be conditioned that grantee shall
well and truly observe, fulfill and perform each term and condition of
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the franchise, and that in case of any breach of condition of the bond
the amount of the penal sum therein shall be recoverable. If City
elects option (b) above, Grantee shall file such bond within five (5)
days after the adoption of this ordinance.
(b) Grantee shall maintain the bond in full force and
effect throughout the term of this franchise, at grantee's sole
expense. The bond shall be issued by an admitted surety insurer and
comply with the requirements of the Bond and Undertaking Law, codified
in Code of Civil Procedure Sections 995.010 et seq. This franchise
shall be considered a “license or permit” within the meaning of the
Bond and Undertaking Law, solely for purposes of application of such
law to the bonding requirements of this section.
SECTION 15: LIABILITY.
The grantee of the franchise under this Ordinance shall be
liable to the City for all damages proximately resulting from the
failure of the grantee to well and faithfully observe and perform any
provision of the franchise or any provision of the Franchise Act of
1937.
SECTION 16: Repeal. Any ordinance or parts of an ordinance
in conflict with this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
SECTION 17: Severability. If any chapter, article, section,
subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase, or word
in this Ordinance or any part thereof is for any reason held to be
unconstitutional or invalid or ineffective by any court of competent
jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity or
effectiveness of the remaining portions of this Ordinance or any part
thereof. The City Council hereby declares that it would have adopted
this Ordinance and each chapter, article, section, subsection,
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subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase thereof,
irrespective of the fact that any one or more chapters, articles,
sections, subsections, subdivisions, paragraphs, sentences, clauses,
phrases or words be declared unconstitutional, or invalid, or
ineffective.
SECTION 18: Book of Ordinances. The City Clerk shall attest
and certify to the adoption of this Ordinance and shall cause this
Ordinance and the City Clerk’s certification to be entered in the Book
of Ordinances of the Council of this City. The City Clerk shall cause
this ordinance to be published or posted as required by law.
SECTION 19: Effective Date. This Ordinance shall go into
effect and be in full force and effect at 12:01 a.m. on the thirty-
first (31st) day after its passage.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED this day of , 2019.

Name:
Title: Mayor / Mayor Pro-Tem
ATTEST:

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Brian W. Byun,
Senior Deputy City Attorney

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA )
) ss
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES )

I, Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk of the City of Vernon, do hereby


certify that the foregoing Ordinance, being Ordinance No. was
duly and regularly introduced at a regular meeting of the City Council
of the City of Vernon, held in the City of Vernon on Tuesday, February
5, 2019, and thereafter adopted at a meeting of said City Council held
on Tuesday, , by the following vote:
AYES: Councilmembers:
NOES: Councilmembers:
ABSENT: Councilmembers:
And thereafter was duly signed by the Mayor or Mayor Pro-Tem of
the City of Vernon.
Executed this ____ day of February, 2019, at Vernon, California.

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

(SEAL)

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EXHIBIT A 143
CITY OF VERNON
FRANCHISEE TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT NO. _____

COVER PAGE

Franchisee: U.S. Tow, Inc.

Responsible Principal of Franchisee: Moshe Ben Dayan, President/CEO

Notice Information - Franchisee: U.S. Tow, Inc.


2119 East 25th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90058
Attention: Moshe Ben Dayan,
President/CEO
Phone: (213) 749-7100
Facsimile: (213) 749-0272

Notice Information - City: City of Vernon


4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058
Attention: Anthony Miranda
Chief of Police
Telephone: (323) 587-5171 ext. 115
Facsimile: (323) 826-1483

Commencement Date: No earlier than thirty-one (31) days after


final approval by City Council of City of
Vernon of ordinance granting franchise to
U.S. Tow, Inc.

Termination Date: Three (3) years from Commencement Date,


inclusive

Consideration: Payment is made by Franchisee to City


pursuant to Section 3 of this Agreement.

Payment is made to Franchisee by City


pursuant to Section 5 of this Agreement.

Records Retention Period Three (3) years, pursuant to Section 15.3

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CITY OF VERNON
FRANCHISEE TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT NO. _____

This Agreement is made and entered into by and between the City of Vernon (“City”), a
California charter City and California municipal corporation, and U.S. Tow, Inc. (“Franchisee”), a
California corporation with its principal place of business at 2119 East 25th Street, Los Angeles,
CA 90058 (collectively, the “Parties”) to provide towing services to the City.

The Parties agree as follows:

RECITALS

WHEREAS, Franchisee shall provide police towing services to the City of Vernon as set
forth in the Request for Proposal issued on or about November 1, 2018, Exhibit A, and
Franchisee’s proposal to the City (“Proposal’) dated November 19, 2018, Exhibit B, both of
which are attached to and incorporated into this Agreement, by reference.

WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code, Franchisee has


applied for a Police Towing Franchise (“Franchise”); and

WHEREAS, the City Council has held a public hearing for the purpose of hearing
persons in favor of or in opposition to the granting of such Franchise; and

WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that Franchisee has demonstrated
compliance with Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code and has agreed to comply with all
provisions of that Chapter; and

WHEREAS, it is required that City and Franchisee enter into a Franchise Towing
Services Agreement (“Agreement”) for Police Towing services in the City of Vernon; and

WHEREAS, additional conditions have been imposed upon this grant of Franchise.

NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties do hereby agree as follows:

Section 1. GRANT OF FRANCHISE.

City grants to Franchisee a Police Towing Franchise authorizing Franchisee to engage


in the business of Police Towing as set forth in chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code in the
City of Vernon and to use the public streets and rights of way for such purpose. This grant is
pursuant to the City’s Request for Proposal and to Franchisee’s proposal for the Franchise.
Franchisee is subject to the terms and conditions specified in Section 8.9 of the Charter of the
City of Vernon, the provisions of Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code, the terms and
conditions specified in all related resolutions, the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the
representations and assurances in Franchisee’s application for the Franchise.

Section 2. TERM OF FRANCHISE.


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The term of this Franchise granted to Franchisee shall be for three (3) years, effective from
thirty-one (31) days after the date upon which the City Council of the City of Vernon finally
approves the ordinance granting the Franchise (the “Effective Date”) to the date that is three (3)
years from the Effective Date, Inclusive.

Section 3. FRANCHISE FEES.

3.1 During the term of the Franchise, Franchisee shall pay a franchise fee to City in
an amount equal to 5% of Franchisee’s gross annual receipts arising from the use, operation or
possession of the Franchise, which fees shall be assessed from the date on which the
ordinance granting this Franchise became effective and in accordance with Section 4B.8 of the
Vernon Municipal Code and any Resolution adopted by the City Council and in such other
amounts as are set forth in any subsequent resolutions that may be adopted by the City Council
at any time during the term of the Agreement.

3.2 The Franchisee shall file with the City Clerk of the City, within three (3)
months after the expiration of the calendar year, or fractional calendar year, following the date of
the granting of this franchise, and within three (3) months after the expiration of each calendar
year thereafter, a verified statement showing in detail the total gross receipts for the Franchisee
derived during the preceding calendar year, or such fractional calendar year, from the provision
of official police towing services within the limits of the City. The Franchisee shall pay to the
City within fifteen (15) days after the time for filing said statement, in lawful money of the United
States, the aforesaid percentage of its gross receipt for the calendar year, or fractional calendar
year, covered by said statement. Any neglect, omission or refusal by Franchisee to file said
verified statement, or to pay said percentage at the times or in the manner hereinbefore
provided, shall constitute grounds for the declaration of forfeiture of this Franchise and of all
rights of Franchisee hereunder pursuant to the procedures set forth in Sections 11 and 12
herein. However, Franchisee has the ability to cure. Further, the City is responsible for insuring
that Franchisee has the appropriate financial institution information for electronic transfer of the
franchise fee in a timely manner. Any delays caused by incorrect financial institution information
shall not constitute grounds for the declaration of a forfeiture of this Franchise.

3.3 Franchisee shall timely pay all required franchise fees to:

City of Vernon
Attention: Finance Director
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Each payment shall be accompanied by a written statement, verified by the Franchisee or a duly
authorized representative of the Franchise, showing in such form and detail as the Finance
Director of the City of Vernon may prescribe, the calculation of the franchise fee payable by the
Franchisee and such other information as the Finance Director may require as material to a
determination of the amount due.

3.4 The first payment of the franchise fee will be due on _____________,
and payments shall be due monthly thereafter on the 15th day of each month.

3.5 When Franchisee remits franchise fees to the City, such franchise fees
shall be deemed timely paid only if delivered or postmarked on or before the due date. If fees
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are not timely paid, Franchisee shall be subject to suspension or termination of the Franchise
pursuant to Section 14 of this Agreement and/or to any other penalties which may be
established and assessed by the City, including, but without limitation, late fees assessed at the
rate of five percent (5%).

Section 4. TOWING SERVICES.

4.1 Franchisee shall provide Police Towing services, as set forth in Exhibit A,
which is the City’s Request for Proposals for Official Police Tow Services, and which includes,
but without limitation, strictly adhering to the eligibility requirements, operating regulations, fees
schedules, standards for tow truck equipment, standard rules of operation, response time,
inspection, information regarding new or terminated tow truck drivers, tow driver training, and as
set forth in Exhibit B which is Franchisee’s response to the City’s Request for Proposals. All
services by Franchisee shall comply will all provisions of federal, state and local law and
regulation, including, but without limitation Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code.

4.2 Franchisee understands and agrees that, although the City is granting it a
franchise as a police towing service, the City may requisition towing services from other service
providers as set forth in Section 4B.12 of the Vernon Municipal Code, or if Franchisee is
otherwise unavailable for any reason, in the reasonable discretion of the Vernon Chief of Police
and including, but without limitation, suspension or termination of the Franchisee.

Section 5. RATES, CHARGES AND PAYMENT.

5.1 The rates and charges for towing and storage in connection with this
Franchise shall be established by the City Council. The prevailing rates prescribed by the
Southern Division of the California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles Police Department, and the
Los Angeles County Sheriff will be considered when establishing these rates. The rate per
impound shall be $160.00 and the storage charge shall be $50.00 per day, until otherwise
modified by the City Council. A sign showing the approved rates and charges shall be
conspicuously posted in the Franchisee’s tow office and shall be posted in a conspicuous place
in the interior of each tow truck operated by Franchisee. Franchisee shall provide vehicle
owners the option of payment by MasterCard and Visa. Franchisee must provide for after-hours
releases of vehicles, and may collect an after-hour release fee. As part of the award of
franchise the City Council will be requested to establish an after-hours release fee not to exceed
½ of the impound fee in addition to other established fees.

Section 6. REPORTS.

Franchisee shall file a monthly towing report with the Chief of Police along with payment
of its monthly franchise fees. The report shall be submitted to:

Chief of Police
Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

The report shall include the information required by Section 4B.10(H) of the Vernon Municipal
Code for Franchisee and its subcontractors, certified as true and correct under penalty of
perjury by a responsible owner or official of the Franchisee:

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Section 7. FRANCHISEE’S RECORDS.

7.1 The Franchisee shall maintain accurate and complete books and
accounts of all revenues and income arising out of its operations under the Franchise and in a
manner, which conforms with generally accepted accounting principles. Franchisee’s books,
accounts and records, arising out of or related to its operation under the Franchise, shall at all
times be open to inspection, examination and audit by authorized officers, employees and
agents of the City. Such records shall be kept at franchisee’s place of business shown in this
Agreement for receipt of notices.

7.2 Franchisee shall require its subcontractors, if any, who perform Police
Towing services in connection with the Franchise to keep and maintain books of account and
other records showing all business transactions conducted by such subcontractors in
connection with the Franchise. Franchisee agrees to use its best efforts to avoid duplication of
reporting between Franchisee and its subcontractors.

Section 8. TOW VEHICLE AND DRIVER, REPORTING, COMPLIANCE, AND


IDENTIFICATION.

8.1 Franchisee shall maintain on file with the City, a complete and accurate
listing of every vehicle operated by Franchisee for police towing services. Franchisee shall
certify, in a form acceptable to City, that every such vehicle conforms with regional and State
vehicle emission standards (“emission standards”), and shall provide documentation of
compliance on written request of the City. Franchisee understands and agrees that failure to
conform with emission standards may result in suspension, termination or non-renewal of a
Franchise.

8.2 Every vehicle operated by Franchisee and for Police Towing services in
the City shall bear the following identification: Franchisee’s trade name, monogram or insignia,
the Franchise vehicle number, together with Franchisee’s telephone number painted upon both
sides of the vehicle. All lettering mentioned in this paragraph shall be not less than 2-1/4” in
height and not less than 5/6” stroke. The Franchisee agrees to remove the Franchise vehicle
number and all other information within 30 calendar days after the Franchise is terminated or
the vehicle is sold, transferred or taken out of service.

8.3 Franchisee shall file with the Vernon Police Department, the name,
address, date of birth, driver’s license number, and all identification required of any tow unit
driver working for Franchisee, whether as an employee or as a contractor, which information
shall be filed not later than ten (10) business days following the effective date of employment or
engagement. Franchisee shall also notify the Vernon Police Department within ten (10)
business days of the following occurrences: the license suspension of any tow unit driver, and
the end of employment, or engagement, of any tow unit driver with Franchisee.

Section 9. INDEMNIFICATION OF CITY.

9.1 Franchisee shall indemnify and hold the City harmless from and against
any and all loss, damages, liability, claims, suits, costs and expenses, fines, charges or
penalties whatsoever, including reasonable attorney’s fees, regardless of the merit or outcome
of any such claim or suit, arising from or in any manner related to the services provided or
business conducted under Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code or otherwise pursuant to
this Agreement.
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9.2 Franchisee shall indemnify the City, defend with counsel approved by the
City, protect and hold harmless the City, its officers, employees, agents, assigns, and any
successor or successors to the City’s interest from and against all claims, actual damages
(including but not limited to special and consequential damages), natural resources damage,
punitive damages, injuries, costs, response, remediation and removal costs, losses, demands,
debts, liens, liabilities, causes of action, suits, legal or administrative proceedings, interest, fines
and charges, penalties and expenses (including, but not limited to, attorneys’ and expert witness
fees and costs incurred in connection with defending against any of the foregoing or in enforcing
this indemnity) of any kind whatsoever paid, incurred or suffered by, or asserted against, the
City or its officers, employees, agents or the Franchisee arising from or attributable to any
repair, remediation, cleanup or detoxification, or preparation and implementation of any
removal, remedial, response, or closure or other plan (regardless of whether undertaken due to
governmental action) concerning any hazardous substance or hazardous waste at any place
where the Franchisee stores or dispose of solid or hazardous waste. The foregoing indemnity is
intended to operate as an Agreement pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response,
Compensation and Liability Act, 42 United States Code Section 9607, and California Health and
Safety Code Section 25364, and any successor provisions, to insure, protect, hold harmless,
and indemnify the City from liability.
Section 10. INSURANCE.

Franchisee shall, at its own expense, procure and maintain policies of insurance of the types
and in the amounts set forth below, for the duration of the Agreement, including any extensions
thereto. The policies shall state that they afford primary coverage.

i. Automobile Liability with minimum limits of at least $1,000,000 combined


single limit, including owned, hired, and non-owned liability coverage.

(1) MCS 90 Endorsement must be attached to the auto liability policy.

ii. Garage Keeper Legal Liability insurance with coverage limits of no less
than $1,000,000 for damage to a vehicle towed, impounded or otherwise
stored by Franchisee.

iii. On-Hook Liability insurance with coverage limits of no less than


$1,000,000 for damage to any vehicle towed by Franchisee or otherwise
connected to any of Franchisee’s tow trucks.

iv. Franchisee agrees to subrogate automobile liability resulting from


performance under this agreement by agreeing to defend, indemnify and
hold harmless, the City, and its respective employees, agents, and City
Council from and against all claims, liabilities, suits, losses, damages,
injuries and expenses, including all costs and reasonable attorney’s fees
(“Claims”), which are attributable to any act or omission by the City under
the performance of the services.

v. General Liability with minimum limits of at least $1,000,000 per


occurrence and $2,000,000 aggregate written on an Insurance Services
Office (ISO) Comprehensive General Liability "occurrence" form or its
equivalent for coverage on an occurrence basis. Premises/Operations
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and Personal Injury coverage is required. The City of Vernon, its
directors, commissioners, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers
must be endorsed on the policy as additional insureds as respects liability
arising out of the Franchisee's performance of this Agreement.

(1) If Franchisee employs other contractors as part of the services


rendered, Contractor's Protective Coverage is
required. Franchisee may include all subcontractors as insureds
under its own policy or shall furnish separate insurance for each
subcontractor, meeting the requirements set forth herein.

(2) Franchisee agrees to subrogate General Liability resulting from


performance under this agreement by agreeing to defend,
indemnify and hold harmless, the City, and its respective
employees, agents, and City Council from and against all claims,
liabilities, suits, losses, damages, injuries and expenses, including
all costs and reasonable attorney’s fees (“Claims”), which are
attributable to any act or omission by the City under the
performance of the services.

vi. Franchisee shall comply with the applicable sections of the California
Labor Code concerning workers' compensation for injuries on the job. In
addition, Franchisee shall require each subcontractor to similarly maintain
workers’ compensation insurance in accordance with the laws for
California for all of the subcontractor’s employees. Compliance is
accomplished in one of the following manners:

(1) Provide copy of permissive self-insurance certificate approved by


the State of California; or

(2) Secure and maintain in force a policy of workers' compensation


insurance with statutory limits and Employer's Liability Insurance with a
minimal limit of $1,000,000 per accident. The policy shall be endorsed to
waive all rights of subrogation against City, its directors, commissioners,
officers, employees, and volunteers for losses arising from performance
of this Agreement; or

(3) Provide a "waiver" form certifying that no employees subject to the


Labor Code's Workers' Compensation provision will be used in
performance of this Agreement.

vii. Each insurance policy included in this clause shall be endorsed to state
that coverage shall not be cancelled except after thirty (30) days' prior
written notice to City.

viii. Insurance shall be placed with insurers with a Best's rating of no less than
A-VIII.
ix. Prior to commencement of performance, Franchisee shall furnish City
with a certificate of insurance for each policy. Each certificate is to be
signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its
behalf. The certificate(s) must be in a form approved by City. City may
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require complete, certified copies of any or all policies at any time.

x. Failure to maintain required insurance at all times shall constitute a


default and material breach. In such event, Franchisee shall immediately
notify City and cease all performance under this Agreement until further
directed by the City. In the absence of satisfactory insurance coverage,
City may, at its option: (a) procure insurance with collection rights for
premiums, attorney's fees and costs against Franchisee by way of set-off
or recoupment from sums due to Franchisee, at City's option; (b)
immediately terminate this Agreement and seek damages from the
Agreement resulting from said breach; or (c) self-insure the risk, with all
damages and costs incurred, by judgment, settlement or otherwise,
including attorney's fees and costs, being collectible from Franchisee, by
way of set-off or recoupment from any sums due to Franchisee.

Section 11. TERMINATION AND SUSPENSION.

The City may terminate this Agreement, without cause, by giving the Franchisee
thirty (30) days written notice of such termination and the effective date thereof. The City may
terminate this Agreement, with cause, by giving the Franchisee (10) days written notice of such
termination and the effective date thereof. Cancellation for cause shall be at the discretion of
the City and shall be, but is not limited to, failure to supply the materials, equipment or service
specified within the time allowed or within the terms, conditions or provisions of this agreement.
The Franchisee may not cancel this Agreement without prior written consent from the Vernon
Chief of Police.

Section 12. TEMPORARY SUSPENSION.

In addition to termination or suspension as set forth in Section 11, above, the Chief of
Police may temporarily suspend any Franchisee without a hearing, whenever the continued
operation by the Franchisee would constitute a danger to public health, safety, welfare or public
morals, including, without limitation, where there is a failure to maintain the minimum levels and
standards of liability insurance or claims reserve or failure to keep in full force and effect any
applicable licenses or permits required by federal, state, local law, or regulation. The notice of
temporary suspension may be personally delivered to the party named and to the address given
on the application pursuant to which such Franchise was issued and to the notice address
stated herein, if different, or, mailed by registered or certified mail to the party named at the
address given on the application pursuant to which such Franchise was issued and to the notice
address stated herein, if different. Notwithstanding other notice provisions of this Agreement,
the temporary suspension is effective upon the earlier of either receipt or the expiration of 3
days from the date of mailing. The notice of temporary suspension shall include a notice of the
date and time for termination hearing and all other information required by the Vernon Municipal
Code. The temporary suspension shall remain effective until the decision on suspension or
termination is made unless the suspension is lifted by written notice of the Chief of Police.

Section 13. ACCEPTANCE, WAIVER.

Franchisee agrees to be bound by and comply with all the requirements of Chapter 4B
and this Agreement. By entering into this Agreement, Franchisee waives, to the maximum
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extent permitted by law, Franchisee’s right to challenge the terms of this Agreement and of
Chapter 4B under federal, state or local law, or under administrative regulation, as such laws
and regulations exist as of the date of signing of this Agreement.

Section 14. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

14.1 INDEPENDENT STATUS. It is understood that in the performance under


this Agreement, Franchisee shall be, and is, an independent operator, and is not an agent,
contractor, or employee of City and shall furnish services in its own manner and method.
Further, Franchisee has and shall retain the right to exercise full control over the employment,
direction, compensation and discharge of all persons employed by Franchisee in its business
operations. Franchisee shall be solely responsible for, and shall indemnify, defend and save
City harmless from all matters relating to the payment of its employees, including compliance
with social security, withholding and all other wages, salaries, benefits, taxes, exactions, and
regulations of any nature whatsoever.

14.2 FRANCHISE NOT AGENT. Franchisee and its subcontractors shall have
no authority, express or implied, to act on behalf of or bind the City in any capacity whatsoever
as agents or otherwise.

14.3 WAIVER. The City’s waiver of any term, condition, breach or default of
this Agreement shall not be considered to be a waiver of any other term, condition, default or
breach, nor of a subsequent breach of the one waived.

14.4 NO ASSIGNMENT. The Franchisee shall not assign or transfer any


interest in this Agreement without the express prior written consent and approval of City
Council.

14.5 COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS. Franchisee shall comply with all Federal,
State, County and City laws, ordinances, resolutions, rules and regulations, which are, as
amended from time to time, incorporated herein and applicable to the performance hereof.

14.6 ATTORNEY’S FEES. If any action at law or in equity is brought to


enforce or interpret the terms of this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to
reasonable attorney’s fees, costs and necessary disbursements in addition to any other relief to
which such party may be entitled.

14.7 INTERPRETATION.

14.7.1 Applicable Law. This Agreement, and the rights and duties of the
parties hereunder (both procedural and substantive), shall be governed and construed
according to the laws of the State of California.

14.7.2 Entire Agreement. This Agreement, including any Exhibits


attached hereto and any documents explicitly referenced herein, constitutes the entire
agreement and understanding between the parties regarding its subject matter and supersedes
all prior or contemporaneous negotiations, representations, understandings, correspondence,
documentation and agreements (written or oral).

14.7.3 Written Amendment. This Agreement may only be changed by


written amendment signed by Franchisee and the City Administrator or other authorized
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representative of the City, subject to any requisite authorization by the City Council. Any oral
representations or modifications concerning this Agreement shall be of no force or effect.

14.7.4 Severability. If any provision in this Agreement is held by any


court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal, void, or unenforceable, such portion shall be
deemed severed from this Agreement, and the remaining provisions shall nevertheless continue
in full force and effect as fully as though such invalid, illegal, or unenforceable portion had never
been part of this Agreement.
14.7.5 Choice of Forum. The parties hereby agree that this Agreement is
to be enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of California, is entered into and is to be
performed in the City of Vernon and that all claims or controversies arising out of or related to
performance under this Agreement shall be submitted to and resolved in a forum within the
County of Los Angeles at a place to be determined by the rules of the forum.

14.7.6 Order of Precedence. In case of conflict between the terms of this


Agreement and the terms contained in any document attached as an Exhibit or otherwise
incorporated by reference, the order of precedence is as follows: Charter the City of Vernon, the
Vernon Municipal Code, the ordinance granting this Franchise, resolutions of the City of Vernon
this Agreement, the City’s Request for Proposals for Official Police Towing Services, and
Franchisee’s Response to the City’s Request for Proposals for Official Police Towing Services.

14.7.7 Duplicate Originals. There shall be two (2) fully signed copies of
this Agreement, each of which shall be deemed an original.

14.8 AUTHORITY OF FRANCHISEE. The Franchisee hereby represents and


warrants to the City that the Franchisee has the right, power, legal capacity and authority to
enter into and perform its obligations under this Agreement, and its execution of this Agreement
has been duly authorized.

Section 15. ADDITIONAL ASSURANCES.

15.1 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PRACTICES.

Franchisee certifies and represents that, during the performance of this


Agreement, Franchisee and any other parties with whom it may subcontract shall adhere to
equal opportunity employment practices to assure that applicants and employees are treated
equally and are not discriminated against because of their race, religion, color, national origin,
ancestry, disability, sex, age, medical condition, marital status. Franchisee further certifies that
it will not maintain any segregated facilities. Franchisee further agrees to comply with The
Equal Employment Opportunity Practices provisions as set forth in Exhibit “C”.

15.2 BUSINESS LICENSES. Franchisee shall obtain, and pay any and all
costs associated therewith, any Vernon Business License, which may be required by the
Vernon Municipal Code and all permits, and licenses applicable to Franchisee’s operations
under this Franchise, which are required of Franchisee by any governmental agency.

15.3 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION OF RECORDS.

The City, or its authorized auditors or representatives, shall have access to and
the right to audit and reproduce any of the Franchisee’s records to the extent the City deems
necessary to insure it is receiving all money to which it is entitled under the Agreement and/or is
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paying only the amounts to which Franchisee is properly entitled under the Agreement or for
other purposes relating to the Agreement.

The Franchisee shall maintain and preserve all such records for a period of at
least 3 years after termination of the Agreement.

The Franchisee shall maintain all such records in the City of Vernon. If not, the
Franchisee shall, upon request, promptly deliver the records to the City of Vernon or reimburse
the City for all reasonable and extra costs incurred in conducting the audit at a location other
than the City of Vernon, including, but not limited to, such additional (out of the City) expenses
for personal, salaries, private auditors, travel, lodging, meals and overhead.

15.4 CONFLICT. Franchisee hereby represents warrants and certifies that no


member, officer or employee of the Franchisee is a director, officer or employee of the City of
Vernon, or a member of any of its boards, commissions or committees, except to the extent
permitted by law.

Section 16. LIVING WAGES.

Franchisee, and any subcontractor(s), shall comply with the City’s Living Wage
Ordinance. The current Living Wage Standards are set forth in Exhibit “D”. Upon the City’s
request, certified payroll records shall promptly be provided to the City.

Section 17. NOTICES.

Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, all notices required by this Agreement
or by Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code shall be given by personal service or by deposit
in the United States mail, postage pre-paid and return receipt requested, addressed to the
parties as follows:

To City: Chief of Police


Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Copies to: Director of Finance


City of Vernon
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Franchisee: U.S. Tow, Inc.


Attention: Moshe Ben Dayan, President/CEO
2119 East 25th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90058

Notice shall be deemed effective on the date personally served or, if mailed, three days after the
date deposited in the mail.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
executed by their duly authorized representatives as of the date set forth below.

City of Vernon, a California charter City


U.S. Tow, Inc., a California corporation
and California municipal corporation

DATED: __________
DATED: _________

By:
By: ____________________________
Carlos Fandino, City Administrator Name:
Title:

ATTEST:
By:
__________________________________ Name:
Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk Title:

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

__________________________________
Brian Byun,
Senior Deputy City Attorney

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EXHIBIT A

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

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EXHIBIT B

FRANCHISEE’S PROPOSAL

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EXHIBIT C

THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

PRACTICES PROVISIONS

A. Franchisee certifies and represents that, during the performance of this Agreement, the
Franchisee and each subcontractor shall adhere to equal opportunity employment practices
to assure that applicants and employees are treated equally and are not discriminated
against because of their race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, handicap,
sex, or age. Franchisee further certifies that it will not maintain any segregated facilities.

B. Franchisee agrees that it shall, in all solicitations or advertisements for applicants for
employment placed by or on behalf of Franchisee, state that it is an "Equal Opportunity
Employer" or that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to their race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, handicap, sex or age.

C. Franchisee agrees that it shall, if requested to do so by the City, certify that it has not, in the
performance of this Agreement, discriminated against applicants or employees because of
their membership in a protected class.

D. Franchisee agrees to provide the City with access to, and, if requested to do so by City,
through its awarding authority, provide copies of all of its records pertaining or relating to its
employment practices, except to the extent such records or portions of such records are
confidential or privileged under state or federal law.

E. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed in any manner as to require or


permit any act which is prohibited by law.

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EXHIBIT D

LIVING WAGE PROVISIONS

Minimum Living Wages:

A requirement that Employers pay qualifying employees a wage of no less than $10.30 per hour
with health benefits, or $11.55 per hour without health benefits.

Paid and Unpaid Days Off:

Employers provide qualifying employees at least twelve compensated days off per year for sick
leave, vacation, or personal necessity, and an additional ten days a year of uncompensated
time for sick leave.

No Retaliation:

A prohibition on employer retaliation against employees complaining to the City with regard to
the employer’s compliance with the living wage ordinance. Employees may bring an action in
Superior Court against an employer for back pay, treble damages for willful violations, and
attorney’s fees, or to compel City officials to terminate the agreement of violating employers.

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ORDINANCE NO.

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF


VERNON GRANTING TO MR. C’S TOWING OF SOUTH GATE,
INC., A FRANCHISE TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT

WHEREAS, the City of Vernon (the “City”) is a municipal


corporation and a chartered city of the State of California organized
and existing under its Charter and the Constitution of the State of
California; and
WHEREAS, on October 2, 2012, the City Council of the City of
Vernon adopted Ordinance No. 1198 adding Chapter 4B of the Vernon
Municipal Code to establish a non-consensual franchise towing fee; and
WHEREAS, on September 15, 2015, the City Council of the City
of Vernon adopted Ordinance Nos. 1231 and 1233 granting U.S. Tow, Inc.
and H.P. Automotive & Tow, Inc. a franchise towing services agreement
for a term of three years; and
WHEREAS, on or about November 1, 2018, the Police Chief
issued a Request for Proposals for the City’s Franchise Tow Fee
Program; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Vernon desires to
grant a Franchise Towing Services Agreement to Mr. C’s Towing of South
Gate, Inc.; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Vernon is authorized
by City Charter Section 8.9 to grant a franchise in the City of Vernon
to any person, firm, corporation, or other entity and to set terms,
conditions, restrictions and limitations by ordinance.
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VERNON HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
finds and determines that the above recitals are true and correct.
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SECTION 2: GRANT OF FRANCHISE.
A non-exclusive franchise shall be, and the same is hereby
granted by the City Council of the City of Vernon to Mr. C’s Towing of
South Gate, Inc., its lawful successors or assigns to provide official
non-consensual police towing services to the Vernon Police Department.
Said franchise is further described and depicted in the Franchise Towing
Services Agreement, in substantially the same form as attached hereto
as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by reference.
SECTION 3: FRANCHISE TERM.
The franchise shall endure in full force and effect for
three (3) years, subject to the terms and conditions of the Franchise
Towing Services Agreement.
SECTION 4: FRANCHISE FEE.
The grantee of the franchise, during the life thereof, will
pay to the City five percent (5%) of the gross annual receipts of the
grantee arising from the use, operation or possession of the
franchise.
SECTION 5: VERIFIED STATEMENT OF GROSS RECEIPTS.
The grantee shall file with the City Clerk of the City,
within three (3) months after the expiration of the calendar year, or
fractional calendar year, following the date of the granting of this
franchise, and within three (3) months after the expiration of each
calendar year thereafter, a verified statement showing in detail the
total gross receipts for the grantee derived during the preceding
calendar year, or such fractional calendar year, from the provision of
official police towing services within the limits of the City. The
grantee shall pay to the City within fifteen (15) days after the time
for filing said statement, in lawful money of the United States, the
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aforesaid percentage of its gross receipt for the calendar year, or
fractional calendar year, covered by said statement. Any neglect,
omission or refusal by grantee to file said verified statement, or to
pay said percentage at the times or in the manner hereinbefore
provided, shall constitute grounds for the declaration of forfeiture
of this franchise and of all rights of grantee hereunder. However,
grantee has the ability to cure under Section 12. Further, the City
is responsible for insuring that grantee has the appropriate financial
institution information for electronic transfer of the franchise fee
in a timely manner. Any delays caused by incorrect financial
institution information shall not constitute grounds for the
declaration of a forfeiture of this franchise.
SECTION 6: WRITTEN ACCEPTANCE REQUIRED.
The franchise granted hereby shall not become effective
until written acceptance thereof shall have been filed by grantee with
the City Clerk.
SECTION 7: ABANDONMENT OF PRIOR FRANCHISES.
The franchise granted by this Ordinance is in lieu of all
other franchises, rights or privileges owned by the grantee, or by any
successor of the grantee to any rights under the franchise, for
providing official police towing services throughout the limits of the
City of Vernon as such limits exist at the time of the granting of the
franchise or as they may thereafter, except any franchise derived
under Section 19 of Article IX of the Constitution as that section
existed prior to the amendment thereof adopted October 10, 1911. The
acceptance of the franchise granted by this Ordinance shall operate as
an abandonment of all such franchises, rights, and privileges within
the limits of City as such limits at any time exist, in lieu of which
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the franchise is granted by this Ordinance.
SECTION 8: EMINENT DOMAIN.
The granting of the franchise shall not in any way impair or
affect the right of the City to acquire the property of the grantee by
purchase or condemnation, and nothing contained in this franchise
shall be construed to contract away, modify or abridge either for a
term or in perpetuity the City’s right of eminent domain.
SECTION 9: VALUE OF FRANCHISE.
By acceptance of the franchise, the grantee, for itself, its
successors and assigns, agrees that in any proceeding of any character
before any court, commission, administrative body, board of
arbitration or other public authority, no greater value shall be
placed upon the franchise in excess of the cost to the grantee of the
necessary publication and any other sum paid by grantee to the City
therefor at the time of acquisition.
SECTION 10: NONCOMPLIANCE.
If the grantee of the franchise granted by this Ordinance
fails, neglects, or refuses to comply with any of the provisions or
conditions prescribed in this ordinance or the Franchise Act of 1937,
and does not within ten (10) days after written demand for compliance
begin the work of compliance, and after such beginning does not
prosecute the work with due diligence to completion, the City, by its
City Council, may declare the franchise forfeited. The City may sue
in its own name for the forfeiture of the franchise granted pursuant
to this Ordinance, in the event of noncompliance with any of the
conditions thereof by the grantee, its successors, or assigns.
SECTION 11: CONFORMITY TO RULES AND STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS.
The grantee of the franchise granted by this Ordinance shall
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comply with all of the ordinances and rules adopted by the City
Council of the City of Vernon in the exercise of its police powers and
not in conflict with the paramount authority of the State. All work
undertaken or performed pursuant to the provisions of the franchise
shall be of the standard required by law, and by any other body or
governmental authority having jurisdiction in the premises. Where not
in conflict with State law, or other governmental authority having
jurisdiction in the premises, tow services shall be performed in
accordance with the rules and regulations and ordinances of the City.
SECTION 12: INDEMNIFICATION.
The grantee shall indemnify and hold harmless the City, its
officers, agents and employees, from all liability for damages
proximately resulting from any operations under this franchise.
SECTION 13: ASSIGNMENT.
Grantee shall not assign or transfer any interest in the
franchise without the express prior written consent and approval of
City Council. Any unauthorized assignment or transfer of Franchisee’s
rights or obligations under this Agreement shall be null and void and
shall constitute a material breach by Franchisee of this Agreement.
SECTION 14: PERFORMANCE BOND.
(a) At the option of the City, grantee shall either (a)
reduce or eliminate any deductibles or self-insured retentions with
respect to the City, its elected officials, officers, employees,
agents, representatives, attorneys, and volunteers; or (b) file with
the City Clerk a corporate surety bond running to City and guaranteeing
payment of losses and related investigations, claim administration and
defense expenses. The bond shall be conditioned that grantee shall
well and truly observe, fulfill and perform each term and condition of
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the franchise, and that in case of any breach of condition of the bond
the amount of the penal sum therein shall be recoverable. If City
elects option (b) above, Grantee shall file such bond within five (5)
days after the adoption of this ordinance.
(b) Grantee shall maintain the bond in full force and
effect throughout the term of this franchise, at grantee's sole
expense. The bond shall be issued by an admitted surety insurer and
comply with the requirements of the Bond and Undertaking Law, codified
in Code of Civil Procedure Sections 995.010 et seq. This franchise
shall be considered a “license or permit” within the meaning of the
Bond and Undertaking Law, solely for purposes of application of such
law to the bonding requirements of this section.
SECTION 15: LIABILITY.
The grantee of the franchise under this Ordinance shall be
liable to the City for all damages proximately resulting from the
failure of the grantee to well and faithfully observe and perform any
provision of the franchise or any provision of the Franchise Act of
1937.
SECTION 16: Repeal. Any ordinance or parts of an ordinance
in conflict with this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
SECTION 17: Severability. If any chapter, article, section,
subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase, or word
in this Ordinance or any part thereof is for any reason held to be
unconstitutional or invalid or ineffective by any court of competent
jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity or
effectiveness of the remaining portions of this Ordinance or any part
thereof. The City Council hereby declares that it would have adopted
this Ordinance and each chapter, article, section, subsection,
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subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase thereof,
irrespective of the fact that any one or more chapters, articles,
sections, subsections, subdivisions, paragraphs, sentences, clauses,
phrases or words be declared unconstitutional, or invalid, or
ineffective.
SECTION 18: Book of Ordinances. The City Clerk shall attest
and certify to the adoption of this Ordinance and shall cause this
Ordinance and the City Clerk’s certification to be entered in the Book
of Ordinances of the Council of this City. The City Clerk shall cause
this ordinance to be published or posted as required by law.
SECTION 19: Effective Date. This Ordinance shall go into
effect and be in full force and effect at 12:01 a.m. on the thirty-
first (31st) day after its passage.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED this day of , 2019.

Name:
Title: Mayor / Mayor Pro-Tem
ATTEST:

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Brian W. Byun,
Senior Deputy City Attorney

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA )
) ss
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES )

I, Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk of the City of Vernon, do hereby


certify that the foregoing Ordinance, being Ordinance No. was
duly and regularly introduced at a regular meeting of the City Council
of the City of Vernon, held in the City of Vernon on Tuesday, February
5, 2019, and thereafter adopted at a meeting of said City Council held
on Tuesday, , by the following vote:
AYES: Councilmembers:
NOES: Councilmembers:
ABSENT: Councilmembers:
And thereafter was duly signed by the Mayor or Mayor Pro-Tem of
the City of Vernon.
Executed this ____ day of February, 2019, at Vernon, California.

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

(SEAL)

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EXHIBIT A 169
CITY OF VERNON
FRANCHISEE TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT NO. _____

COVER PAGE

Franchisee: Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate, Inc.

Responsible Principal of Franchisee: Jerry Brown, General Manager

Notice Information - Franchisee: Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate, Inc.


4421 Mason Street.
South Gate, CA 90280
Attention: Jerry Brown, General Manager
Phone: (323) 249-0575
Facsimile: (323) 249-4998

Notice Information - City: City of Vernon


4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058
Attention: Anthony Miranda
Chief of Police
Telephone: (323) 587-5171 ext. 115
Facsimile: (323) 826-1483

Commencement Date: No earlier than thirty-one (31) days after


final approval by City Council of City of
Vernon of ordinance granting franchise to
U.S. Tow, Inc.

Termination Date: Three (3) years from Commencement Date,


inclusive

Consideration: Payment is made by Franchisee to City


pursuant to Section 3 of this Agreement.

Payment is made to Franchisee by City


pursuant to Section 5 of this Agreement.

Records Retention Period Three (3) years, pursuant to Section 15.3

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CITY OF VERNON
FRANCHISEE TOWING SERVICES AGREEMENT NO. _____

This Agreement is made and entered into by and between the City of Vernon (“City”), a
California charter City and California municipal corporation, and Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate,
Inc. (“Franchisee”), a California corporation with its principal place of business at 4421 Mason
Street, South Gate, CA 90280 (collectively, the “Parties”) to provide towing services to the City.

The Parties agree as follows:

RECITALS

WHEREAS, Franchisee shall provide police towing services to the City of Vernon as set
forth in the Request for Proposal issued on or about November 1, 2018, Exhibit A, and
Franchisee’s proposal to the City (“Proposal’) dated November 19, 2018, Exhibit B, both of
which are attached to and incorporated into this Agreement, by reference.

WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code, Franchisee has


applied for a Police Towing Franchise (“Franchise”); and

WHEREAS, the City Council has held a public hearing for the purpose of hearing
persons in favor of or in opposition to the granting of such Franchise; and

WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that Franchisee has demonstrated
compliance with Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code and has agreed to comply with all
provisions of that Chapter; and

WHEREAS, it is required that City and Franchisee enter into a Franchise Towing
Services Agreement (“Agreement”) for Police Towing services in the City of Vernon; and

WHEREAS, additional conditions have been imposed upon this grant of Franchise.

NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties do hereby agree as follows:

Section 1. GRANT OF FRANCHISE.

City grants to Franchisee a Police Towing Franchise authorizing Franchisee to engage


in the business of Police Towing as set forth in chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code in the
City of Vernon and to use the public streets and rights of way for such purpose. This grant is
pursuant to the City’s Request for Proposal and to Franchisee’s proposal for the Franchise.
Franchisee is subject to the terms and conditions specified in Section 8.9 of the Charter of the
City of Vernon, the provisions of Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code, the terms and
conditions specified in all related resolutions, the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the
representations and assurances in Franchisee’s application for the Franchise.

Section 2. TERM OF FRANCHISE.


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The term of this Franchise granted to Franchisee shall be for three (3) years, effective from
thirty-one (31) days after the date upon which the City Council of the City of Vernon finally
approves the ordinance granting the Franchise (the “Effective Date”) to the date that is three (3)
years from the Effective Date, Inclusive.

Section 3. FRANCHISE FEES.

3.1 During the term of the Franchise, Franchisee shall pay a franchise fee to City in
an amount equal to 5% of Franchisee’s gross annual receipts arising from the use, operation or
possession of the Franchise, which fees shall be assessed from the date on which the
ordinance granting this Franchise became effective and in accordance with Section 4B.8 of the
Vernon Municipal Code and any Resolution adopted by the City Council and in such other
amounts as are set forth in any subsequent resolutions that may be adopted by the City Council
at any time during the term of the Agreement.

3.2 The Franchisee shall file with the City Clerk of the City, within three (3)
months after the expiration of the calendar year, or fractional calendar year, following the date of
the granting of this franchise, and within three (3) months after the expiration of each calendar
year thereafter, a verified statement showing in detail the total gross receipts for the Franchisee
derived during the preceding calendar year, or such fractional calendar year, from the provision
of official police towing services within the limits of the City. The Franchisee shall pay to the
City within fifteen (15) days after the time for filing said statement, in lawful money of the United
States, the aforesaid percentage of its gross receipt for the calendar year, or fractional calendar
year, covered by said statement. Any neglect, omission or refusal by Franchisee to file said
verified statement, or to pay said percentage at the times or in the manner hereinbefore
provided, shall constitute grounds for the declaration of forfeiture of this Franchise and of all
rights of Franchisee hereunder pursuant to the procedures set forth in Sections 11 and 12
herein. However, Franchisee has the ability to cure. Further, the City is responsible for insuring
that Franchisee has the appropriate financial institution information for electronic transfer of the
franchise fee in a timely manner. Any delays caused by incorrect financial institution information
shall not constitute grounds for the declaration of a forfeiture of this Franchise.

3.3 Franchisee shall timely pay all required franchise fees to:

City of Vernon
Attention: Finance Director
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Each payment shall be accompanied by a written statement, verified by the Franchisee or a duly
authorized representative of the Franchise, showing in such form and detail as the Finance
Director of the City of Vernon may prescribe, the calculation of the franchise fee payable by the
Franchisee and such other information as the Finance Director may require as material to a
determination of the amount due.

3.4 The first payment of the franchise fee will be due on _____________,
and payments shall be due monthly thereafter on the 15th day of each month.

3.5 When Franchisee remits franchise fees to the City, such franchise fees
shall be deemed timely paid only if delivered or postmarked on or before the due date. If fees
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are not timely paid, Franchisee shall be subject to suspension or termination of the Franchise
pursuant to Section 14 of this Agreement and/or to any other penalties which may be
established and assessed by the City, including, but without limitation, late fees assessed at the
rate of five percent (5%).

Section 4. TOWING SERVICES.

4.1 Franchisee shall provide Police Towing services, as set forth in Exhibit A,
which is the City’s Request for Proposals for Official Police Tow Services, and which includes,
but without limitation, strictly adhering to the eligibility requirements, operating regulations, fees
schedules, standards for tow truck equipment, standard rules of operation, response time,
inspection, information regarding new or terminated tow truck drivers, tow driver training, and as
set forth in Exhibit B which is Franchisee’s response to the City’s Request for Proposals. All
services by Franchisee shall comply will all provisions of federal, state and local law and
regulation, including, but without limitation Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code.

4.2 Franchisee understands and agrees that, although the City is granting it a
franchise as a police towing service, the City may requisition towing services from other service
providers as set forth in Section 4B.12 of the Vernon Municipal Code, or if Franchisee is
otherwise unavailable for any reason, in the reasonable discretion of the Vernon Chief of Police
and including, but without limitation, suspension or termination of the Franchisee.

Section 5. RATES, CHARGES AND PAYMENT.

5.1 The rates and charges for towing and storage in connection with this
Franchise shall be established by the City Council. The prevailing rates prescribed by the
Southern Division of the California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles Police Department, and the
Los Angeles County Sheriff will be considered when establishing these rates. The rate per
impound shall be $160.00 and the storage charge shall be $50.00 per day, until otherwise
modified by the City Council. A sign showing the approved rates and charges shall be
conspicuously posted in the Franchisee’s tow office and shall be posted in a conspicuous place
in the interior of each tow truck operated by Franchisee. Franchisee shall provide vehicle
owners the option of payment by MasterCard and Visa. Franchisee must provide for after-hours
releases of vehicles, and may collect an after-hour release fee. As part of the award of
franchise the City Council will be requested to establish an after-hours release fee not to exceed
½ of the impound fee in addition to other established fees.

Section 6. REPORTS.

Franchisee shall file a monthly towing report with the Chief of Police along with payment
of its monthly franchise fees. The report shall be submitted to:

Chief of Police
Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

The report shall include the information required by Section 4B.10(H) of the Vernon Municipal
Code for Franchisee and its subcontractors, certified as true and correct under penalty of
perjury by a responsible owner or official of the Franchisee:

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Section 7. FRANCHISEE’S RECORDS.

7.1 The Franchisee shall maintain accurate and complete books and
accounts of all revenues and income arising out of its operations under the Franchise and in a
manner, which conforms with generally accepted accounting principles. Franchisee’s books,
accounts and records, arising out of or related to its operation under the Franchise, shall at all
times be open to inspection, examination and audit by authorized officers, employees and
agents of the City. Such records shall be kept at franchisee’s place of business shown in this
Agreement for receipt of notices.

7.2 Franchisee shall require its subcontractors, if any, who perform Police
Towing services in connection with the Franchise to keep and maintain books of account and
other records showing all business transactions conducted by such subcontractors in
connection with the Franchise. Franchisee agrees to use its best efforts to avoid duplication of
reporting between Franchisee and its subcontractors.

Section 8. TOW VEHICLE AND DRIVER, REPORTING, COMPLIANCE, AND


IDENTIFICATION.

8.1 Franchisee shall maintain on file with the City, a complete and accurate
listing of every vehicle operated by Franchisee for police towing services. Franchisee shall
certify, in a form acceptable to City, that every such vehicle conforms with regional and State
vehicle emission standards (“emission standards”), and shall provide documentation of
compliance on written request of the City. Franchisee understands and agrees that failure to
conform with emission standards may result in suspension, termination or non-renewal of a
Franchise.

8.2 Every vehicle operated by Franchisee and for Police Towing services in
the City shall bear the following identification: Franchisee’s trade name, monogram or insignia,
the Franchise vehicle number, together with Franchisee’s telephone number painted upon both
sides of the vehicle. All lettering mentioned in this paragraph shall be not less than 2-1/4” in
height and not less than 5/6” stroke. The Franchisee agrees to remove the Franchise vehicle
number and all other information within 30 calendar days after the Franchise is terminated or
the vehicle is sold, transferred or taken out of service.

8.3 Franchisee shall file with the Vernon Police Department, the name,
address, date of birth, driver’s license number, and all identification required of any tow unit
driver working for Franchisee, whether as an employee or as a contractor, which information
shall be filed not later than ten (10) business days following the effective date of employment or
engagement. Franchisee shall also notify the Vernon Police Department within ten (10)
business days of the following occurrences: the license suspension of any tow unit driver, and
the end of employment, or engagement, of any tow unit driver with Franchisee.

Section 9. INDEMNIFICATION OF CITY.

9.1 Franchisee shall indemnify and hold the City harmless from and against
any and all loss, damages, liability, claims, suits, costs and expenses, fines, charges or
penalties whatsoever, including reasonable attorney’s fees, regardless of the merit or outcome
of any such claim or suit, arising from or in any manner related to the services provided or
business conducted under Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code or otherwise pursuant to
this Agreement.
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9.2 Franchisee shall indemnify the City, defend with counsel approved by the
City, protect and hold harmless the City, its officers, employees, agents, assigns, and any
successor or successors to the City’s interest from and against all claims, actual damages
(including but not limited to special and consequential damages), natural resources damage,
punitive damages, injuries, costs, response, remediation and removal costs, losses, demands,
debts, liens, liabilities, causes of action, suits, legal or administrative proceedings, interest, fines
and charges, penalties and expenses (including, but not limited to, attorneys’ and expert witness
fees and costs incurred in connection with defending against any of the foregoing or in enforcing
this indemnity) of any kind whatsoever paid, incurred or suffered by, or asserted against, the
City or its officers, employees, agents or the Franchisee arising from or attributable to any
repair, remediation, cleanup or detoxification, or preparation and implementation of any
removal, remedial, response, or closure or other plan (regardless of whether undertaken due to
governmental action) concerning any hazardous substance or hazardous waste at any place
where the Franchisee stores or dispose of solid or hazardous waste. The foregoing indemnity is
intended to operate as an Agreement pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response,
Compensation and Liability Act, 42 United States Code Section 9607, and California Health and
Safety Code Section 25364, and any successor provisions, to insure, protect, hold harmless,
and indemnify the City from liability.
Section 10. INSURANCE.

Franchisee shall, at its own expense, procure and maintain policies of insurance of the types
and in the amounts set forth below, for the duration of the Agreement, including any extensions
thereto. The policies shall state that they afford primary coverage.

i. Automobile Liability with minimum limits of at least $1,000,000 combined


single limit, including owned, hired, and non-owned liability coverage.

(1) MCS 90 Endorsement must be attached to the auto liability policy.

ii. Garage Keeper Legal Liability insurance with coverage limits of no less
than $1,000,000 for damage to a vehicle towed, impounded or otherwise
stored by Franchisee.

iii. On-Hook Liability insurance with coverage limits of no less than


$1,000,000 for damage to any vehicle towed by Franchisee or otherwise
connected to any of Franchisee’s tow trucks.

iv. Franchisee agrees to subrogate automobile liability resulting from


performance under this agreement by agreeing to defend, indemnify and
hold harmless, the City, and its respective employees, agents, and City
Council from and against all claims, liabilities, suits, losses, damages,
injuries and expenses, including all costs and reasonable attorney’s fees
(“Claims”), which are attributable to any act or omission by the City under
the performance of the services.

v. General Liability with minimum limits of at least $1,000,000 per


occurrence and $2,000,000 aggregate written on an Insurance Services
Office (ISO) Comprehensive General Liability "occurrence" form or its
equivalent for coverage on an occurrence basis. Premises/Operations
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and Personal Injury coverage is required. The City of Vernon, its
directors, commissioners, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers
must be endorsed on the policy as additional insureds as respects liability
arising out of the Franchisee's performance of this Agreement.

(1) If Franchisee employs other contractors as part of the services


rendered, Contractor's Protective Coverage is
required. Franchisee may include all subcontractors as insureds
under its own policy or shall furnish separate insurance for each
subcontractor, meeting the requirements set forth herein.

(2) Franchisee agrees to subrogate General Liability resulting from


performance under this agreement by agreeing to defend,
indemnify and hold harmless, the City, and its respective
employees, agents, and City Council from and against all claims,
liabilities, suits, losses, damages, injuries and expenses, including
all costs and reasonable attorney’s fees (“Claims”), which are
attributable to any act or omission by the City under the
performance of the services.

vi. Franchisee shall comply with the applicable sections of the California
Labor Code concerning workers' compensation for injuries on the job. In
addition, Franchisee shall require each subcontractor to similarly maintain
workers’ compensation insurance in accordance with the laws for
California for all of the subcontractor’s employees. Compliance is
accomplished in one of the following manners:

(1) Provide copy of permissive self-insurance certificate approved by


the State of California; or

(2) Secure and maintain in force a policy of workers' compensation


insurance with statutory limits and Employer's Liability Insurance with a
minimal limit of $1,000,000 per accident. The policy shall be endorsed to
waive all rights of subrogation against City, its directors, commissioners,
officers, employees, and volunteers for losses arising from performance
of this Agreement; or

(3) Provide a "waiver" form certifying that no employees subject to the


Labor Code's Workers' Compensation provision will be used in
performance of this Agreement.

vii. Each insurance policy included in this clause shall be endorsed to state
that coverage shall not be cancelled except after thirty (30) days' prior
written notice to City.

viii. Insurance shall be placed with insurers with a Best's rating of no less than
A-VIII.
ix. Prior to commencement of performance, Franchisee shall furnish City
with a certificate of insurance for each policy. Each certificate is to be
signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its
behalf. The certificate(s) must be in a form approved by City. City may
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require complete, certified copies of any or all policies at any time.

x. Failure to maintain required insurance at all times shall constitute a


default and material breach. In such event, Franchisee shall immediately
notify City and cease all performance under this Agreement until further
directed by the City. In the absence of satisfactory insurance coverage,
City may, at its option: (a) procure insurance with collection rights for
premiums, attorney's fees and costs against Franchisee by way of set-off
or recoupment from sums due to Franchisee, at City's option; (b)
immediately terminate this Agreement and seek damages from the
Agreement resulting from said breach; or (c) self-insure the risk, with all
damages and costs incurred, by judgment, settlement or otherwise,
including attorney's fees and costs, being collectible from Franchisee, by
way of set-off or recoupment from any sums due to Franchisee.

Section 11. TERMINATION AND SUSPENSION.

The City may terminate this Agreement, without cause, by giving the Franchisee
thirty (30) days written notice of such termination and the effective date thereof. The City may
terminate this Agreement, with cause, by giving the Franchisee (10) days written notice of such
termination and the effective date thereof. Cancellation for cause shall be at the discretion of
the City and shall be, but is not limited to, failure to supply the materials, equipment or service
specified within the time allowed or within the terms, conditions or provisions of this agreement.
The Franchisee may not cancel this Agreement without prior written consent from the Vernon
Chief of Police.

Section 12. TEMPORARY SUSPENSION.

In addition to termination or suspension as set forth in Section 11, above, the Chief of
Police may temporarily suspend any Franchisee without a hearing, whenever the continued
operation by the Franchisee would constitute a danger to public health, safety, welfare or public
morals, including, without limitation, where there is a failure to maintain the minimum levels and
standards of liability insurance or claims reserve or failure to keep in full force and effect any
applicable licenses or permits required by federal, state, local law, or regulation. The notice of
temporary suspension may be personally delivered to the party named and to the address given
on the application pursuant to which such Franchise was issued and to the notice address
stated herein, if different, or, mailed by registered or certified mail to the party named at the
address given on the application pursuant to which such Franchise was issued and to the notice
address stated herein, if different. Notwithstanding other notice provisions of this Agreement,
the temporary suspension is effective upon the earlier of either receipt or the expiration of 3
days from the date of mailing. The notice of temporary suspension shall include a notice of the
date and time for termination hearing and all other information required by the Vernon Municipal
Code. The temporary suspension shall remain effective until the decision on suspension or
termination is made unless the suspension is lifted by written notice of the Chief of Police.

Section 13. ACCEPTANCE, WAIVER.

Franchisee agrees to be bound by and comply with all the requirements of Chapter 4B
and this Agreement. By entering into this Agreement, Franchisee waives, to the maximum
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extent permitted by law, Franchisee’s right to challenge the terms of this Agreement and of
Chapter 4B under federal, state or local law, or under administrative regulation, as such laws
and regulations exist as of the date of signing of this Agreement.

Section 14. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

14.1 INDEPENDENT STATUS. It is understood that in the performance under


this Agreement, Franchisee shall be, and is, an independent operator, and is not an agent,
contractor, or employee of City and shall furnish services in its own manner and method.
Further, Franchisee has and shall retain the right to exercise full control over the employment,
direction, compensation and discharge of all persons employed by Franchisee in its business
operations. Franchisee shall be solely responsible for, and shall indemnify, defend and save
City harmless from all matters relating to the payment of its employees, including compliance
with social security, withholding and all other wages, salaries, benefits, taxes, exactions, and
regulations of any nature whatsoever.

14.2 FRANCHISE NOT AGENT. Franchisee and its subcontractors shall have
no authority, express or implied, to act on behalf of or bind the City in any capacity whatsoever
as agents or otherwise.

14.3 WAIVER. The City’s waiver of any term, condition, breach or default of
this Agreement shall not be considered to be a waiver of any other term, condition, default or
breach, nor of a subsequent breach of the one waived.

14.4 NO ASSIGNMENT. The Franchisee shall not assign or transfer any


interest in this Agreement without the express prior written consent and approval of City
Council.

14.5 COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS. Franchisee shall comply with all Federal,
State, County and City laws, ordinances, resolutions, rules and regulations, which are, as
amended from time to time, incorporated herein and applicable to the performance hereof.

14.6 ATTORNEY’S FEES. If any action at law or in equity is brought to


enforce or interpret the terms of this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to
reasonable attorney’s fees, costs and necessary disbursements in addition to any other relief to
which such party may be entitled.

14.7 INTERPRETATION.

14.7.1 Applicable Law. This Agreement, and the rights and duties of the
parties hereunder (both procedural and substantive), shall be governed and construed
according to the laws of the State of California.

14.7.2 Entire Agreement. This Agreement, including any Exhibits


attached hereto and any documents explicitly referenced herein, constitutes the entire
agreement and understanding between the parties regarding its subject matter and supersedes
all prior or contemporaneous negotiations, representations, understandings, correspondence,
documentation and agreements (written or oral).

14.7.3 Written Amendment. This Agreement may only be changed by


written amendment signed by Franchisee and the City Administrator or other authorized
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representative of the City, subject to any requisite authorization by the City Council. Any oral
representations or modifications concerning this Agreement shall be of no force or effect.

14.7.4 Severability. If any provision in this Agreement is held by any


court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal, void, or unenforceable, such portion shall be
deemed severed from this Agreement, and the remaining provisions shall nevertheless continue
in full force and effect as fully as though such invalid, illegal, or unenforceable portion had never
been part of this Agreement.
14.7.5 Choice of Forum. The parties hereby agree that this Agreement is
to be enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of California, is entered into and is to be
performed in the City of Vernon and that all claims or controversies arising out of or related to
performance under this Agreement shall be submitted to and resolved in a forum within the
County of Los Angeles at a place to be determined by the rules of the forum.

14.7.6 Order of Precedence. In case of conflict between the terms of this


Agreement and the terms contained in any document attached as an Exhibit or otherwise
incorporated by reference, the order of precedence is as follows: Charter the City of Vernon, the
Vernon Municipal Code, the ordinance granting this Franchise, resolutions of the City of Vernon
this Agreement, the City’s Request for Proposals for Official Police Towing Services, and
Franchisee’s Response to the City’s Request for Proposals for Official Police Towing Services.

14.7.7 Duplicate Originals. There shall be two (2) fully signed copies of
this Agreement, each of which shall be deemed an original.

14.8 AUTHORITY OF FRANCHISEE. The Franchisee hereby represents and


warrants to the City that the Franchisee has the right, power, legal capacity and authority to
enter into and perform its obligations under this Agreement, and its execution of this Agreement
has been duly authorized.

Section 15. ADDITIONAL ASSURANCES.

15.1 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PRACTICES.

Franchisee certifies and represents that, during the performance of this


Agreement, Franchisee and any other parties with whom it may subcontract shall adhere to
equal opportunity employment practices to assure that applicants and employees are treated
equally and are not discriminated against because of their race, religion, color, national origin,
ancestry, disability, sex, age, medical condition, marital status. Franchisee further certifies that
it will not maintain any segregated facilities. Franchisee further agrees to comply with The
Equal Employment Opportunity Practices provisions as set forth in Exhibit “C”.

15.2 BUSINESS LICENSES. Franchisee shall obtain, and pay any and all
costs associated therewith, any Vernon Business License, which may be required by the
Vernon Municipal Code and all permits, and licenses applicable to Franchisee’s operations
under this Franchise, which are required of Franchisee by any governmental agency.

15.3 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION OF RECORDS.

The City, or its authorized auditors or representatives, shall have access to and
the right to audit and reproduce any of the Franchisee’s records to the extent the City deems
necessary to insure it is receiving all money to which it is entitled under the Agreement and/or is
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paying only the amounts to which Franchisee is properly entitled under the Agreement or for
other purposes relating to the Agreement.

The Franchisee shall maintain and preserve all such records for a period of at
least 3 years after termination of the Agreement.

The Franchisee shall maintain all such records in the City of Vernon. If not, the
Franchisee shall, upon request, promptly deliver the records to the City of Vernon or reimburse
the City for all reasonable and extra costs incurred in conducting the audit at a location other
than the City of Vernon, including, but not limited to, such additional (out of the City) expenses
for personal, salaries, private auditors, travel, lodging, meals and overhead.

15.4 CONFLICT. Franchisee hereby represents warrants and certifies that no


member, officer or employee of the Franchisee is a director, officer or employee of the City of
Vernon, or a member of any of its boards, commissions or committees, except to the extent
permitted by law.

Section 16. LIVING WAGES.

Franchisee, and any subcontractor(s), shall comply with the City’s Living Wage
Ordinance. The current Living Wage Standards are set forth in Exhibit “D”. Upon the City’s
request, certified payroll records shall promptly be provided to the City.

Section 17. NOTICES.

Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, all notices required by this Agreement
or by Chapter 4B of the Vernon Municipal Code shall be given by personal service or by deposit
in the United States mail, postage pre-paid and return receipt requested, addressed to the
parties as follows:

To City: Chief of Police


Vernon Police Department
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Copies to: Director of Finance


City of Vernon
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Franchisee: Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate, Inc.


Attention: Jerry Brown, General Manager
4421 Mason Street
South Gate, CA 90280

Notice shall be deemed effective on the date personally served or, if mailed, three days after the
date deposited in the mail.

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[Signatures Begin on Next Page].

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
executed by their duly authorized representatives as of the date set forth below.

City of Vernon, a California charter City


Mr. C’s Towing of South Gate, Inc., a
and California municipal corporation
California corporation

DATED: _________
DATED: __________

By: ____________________________ By:


Carlos Fandino, City Administrator
Name:
Title:

ATTEST:
By:
__________________________________ Name:
Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk Title:

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

__________________________________
Brian Byun,
Senior Deputy City Attorney

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EXHIBIT A

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

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EXHIBIT B

FRANCHISEE’S PROPOSAL

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EXHIBIT C

THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

PRACTICES PROVISIONS

A. Franchisee certifies and represents that, during the performance of this Agreement, the
Franchisee and each subcontractor shall adhere to equal opportunity employment practices
to assure that applicants and employees are treated equally and are not discriminated
against because of their race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, handicap,
sex, or age. Franchisee further certifies that it will not maintain any segregated facilities.

B. Franchisee agrees that it shall, in all solicitations or advertisements for applicants for
employment placed by or on behalf of Franchisee, state that it is an "Equal Opportunity
Employer" or that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to their race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, handicap, sex or age.

C. Franchisee agrees that it shall, if requested to do so by the City, certify that it has not, in the
performance of this Agreement, discriminated against applicants or employees because of
their membership in a protected class.

D. Franchisee agrees to provide the City with access to, and, if requested to do so by City,
through its awarding authority, provide copies of all of its records pertaining or relating to its
employment practices, except to the extent such records or portions of such records are
confidential or privileged under state or federal law.

E. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed in any manner as to require or


permit any act which is prohibited by law.

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EXHIBIT D

LIVING WAGE PROVISIONS

Minimum Living Wages:

A requirement that Employers pay qualifying employees a wage of no less than $10.30 per hour
with health benefits, or $11.55 per hour without health benefits.

Paid and Unpaid Days Off:

Employers provide qualifying employees at least twelve compensated days off per year for sick
leave, vacation, or personal necessity, and an additional ten days a year of uncompensated
time for sick leave.

No Retaliation:

A prohibition on employer retaliation against employees complaining to the City with regard to
the employer’s compliance with the living wage ordinance. Employees may bring an action in
Superior Court against an employer for back pay, treble damages for willful violations, and
attorney’s fees, or to compel City officials to terminate the agreement of violating employers.

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-13-2019
Submitted by: Lisette Grizzelle
Submitting Department: Human Resources
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Recognition of Retired Employee - Fire Engineer Andrew G. Kroner

Recommendation:
A. Acknowledge and present a proclamation to retired employee Andrew G. Kroner, Fire Engineer, in recognition of
his dedicated service to the City of Vernon.

Backgroud:
Historically, the City Council has issued proclamations in honor of retiring City employees. Andrew G. Kroner, Fire
Engineer, retired from the City of Vernon on December 30, 2018, after providing over twenty-six (26) years of service
to the City. Prior to being hired by Vernon Fire Department, Andrew Kroner spent five (5) years with the La Habra
Heights Fire Department. During his career with the City of Vernon, Fire Engineer Kroner held the following positions:
Hired as a Firefighter on November 02, 1992 and Fire Engineer, effective September 07, 2003.

Fire Engineer Kroner completed Hazardous Materials training and became a Hazardous Materials Specialist.
Additionally, he completed Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) certification and became a Confined Space Rescue
Specialist. Fire Engineer Kroner also completed the following certifications: Emergency Medical Technician, Firefighter
I & II, Urban Search and Rescue Specialist, and Fire Officer Certification.

Fire Engineer Kroner served within many critical areas that required diligent leadership skills. As a Fire Engineer, he
helped develop the City’s Hazardous Materials Program, was assigned as a shift training officer for three years, served
as the Reserve Firefighter Program Coordinator, Ground Ladder Testing Coordinator, Small Tools and Equipment
Purchase Coordinator, and was the Fire Apparatus Committee Chair for many years.

During Fire Engineer Kroner’s career, he has been very involved with numerous fire apparatus purchases. Fire
Engineer Kroner was involved with the design of the following pieces of fire apparatus:

• Command Vehicle
• Rescue Ambulance
• USAR Heavy Rescue Unit
• Two (2) Fire Engines
• Aerial Ladder Truck

This is only a brief snapshot of the Fire Engineer Kroner's many accomplishments during his career with the City. He
has been a dedicated member of the Department and exemplifies true public service to our community.

Fire Engineer Kroner was hired on November 2, 1992 and meets the eligibility requirements under CalPERS to retire
from the City of Vernon effective December 30, 2018. 187
Fiscal Impact:
There is no additional fiscal impact on the current operating budget as a result of this recommended action.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Proclamation - A. Kroner

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A PROCl~1MA TION OF THE MA YOR AND THE CITY COUNCIL OF


THE CITY OF VERNON COMMENDING ANDREW G. KRONER FOR
HIS MANY YEARS OF SER VICE TO THE CITY OF VERNON
I-VHEF~AS, Andrew G. Kroner (`Andrew Kroner') has been em~iloyed by the City of Vernon since
November 2, X 992, and hasfaithfully served the City of Tlernon for over 26years; and
I~HEK.~~S, .Andrew Kroner has retiredfrom the City of Vernon ~ective December 30, 20 ~ 8, as a Fire
Engineer; and
I~HEAEAS, during the course of his employment with the City of Vernon, Andrez~ Kroner held the
po.rition.r of Firefighter and Fire Engineer; and
I-VHE~AS, Andrew Kroner completed Hazardous Materials training to become a Ha~ardou.r Materials
Speczali.rt, and completed Urban Search and Aescz~e (CISAl~~ certi zcation to become a Confined Space I~e.rcue Specialist;
and
I~-~E~AS, Andrew Kroner al~-o received certifications as an Emergency Medical Technician, Firefighter I
~' II, Urban Search and Kescue Specialist, and Fire O~cer; and
I~HEI~EAS, as a Fire Engineer, .Andrew Kroner heped develop the City's Hazardous Materials Program,
was assigned as a shift training o~cerfor threeyears, served as the Ke.rerve Firefighter Program Coordinator, Ground
Ladder Testing Coordinator, Small Tool- and Equipment Purchase Coor~'inator, and was the Fire Apparatus
Committee Chairfor manyyears; and
I~HEI~FAS, ~ ndre~v Kroner iva r instrumental in numerousfire apparatuspurcha re.r and the design of the
Fire Department's Command Vehicle, l~ercue Ambulance, Urban Search and I~erczte Heavy Kescue Unit, tzvo .Fire
Engines and .Aerial Ladder Truc•~; and
WIHEI~EAS, during his long and distinguished career with the City of Vernon, ~lndrezv Kroner ha~~ zvon the
deepest rerpect of his colleagues through his- leadership and hi.r many contributions to the City; and
WIHEKEAS, it is an honor to ex~resr our appreciation to f~ndrezv Kronerfor his exemplary service to the
City of Vernon and wish Andrezvgood health upon his retirement andfor continued success in life's pursuits; and
I~HEKEAS, the Mayor and the City Council of the City of Vernon, on behalf of its- employees, ~ residents
and businesses, zvi.rh to commend and thanl~ Andrew Kronerfor his manyyears of service to the City and invite
recognition of his contributions and achievements.
NOI~ THEKEFO.AE, THE M~YOA~TD THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
VEKNON, ON BEH~ILF OF ITS EMPLOYEES, KESIDENTS STD B USINESSES HEREBY
COMMENDS ANDKE I~ G. KKONEK FOA HIS 1~~~NY YE~KS OF SERVICE TO THE CITY.
THIS PKOCL.~~MATION IS BEING PRESENTED TO ANDKEWI G. I~ONEK BY THE
HO.NOKABLE MAYOR YVETTE WIOODKUFF-PEKEZ FOA STD ON BEHALF OF THE
CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VEI~NON THIS ST'H DAY OF FEBKUAI~Y TIRO
THO US~ND STD NINETEEN

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GLAIM FOR DAMAGES RESERVE FOR FILING STAMP
TO PERSON OR PROPERTY CLAIM No.

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Claims for death, injury to person or to personal property must be filed not later
than six (6) months after the occurrence. (Gov. Code Sec. 9112)
2. Claims for damages to real property must be filed not later than one (1 ) year
after the occurrence. (Gov. Code Sec.911.2)
3. Read entire claim before filing.
4. See page 2 for diagram upon which to locate place of accident
5. This claim form must be signed on page 2 at bottom.
6. Attach separate sheets, if necessary, to give full details. SIGN EACH SHEET
7. Claim must be filed with City Clerk. (Gov.Code Sec. 915a)
OF VERNON CITY 6/,-^.J i c.r'l

Business Address and State Number

Give address to which you desire notices or communications to be sent regarding this claim:

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How did DAMAGE or INJURY occur? Give full particulars.
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when did DAIVIAGE or INJURY occur? Give full particulars, date, time of day, etc.:

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approximate, give street names and address and measurements from landmarks:

V n\,c ? Give names of City employees, if anY,


arACT oTOMISSION doyou claim causedthe injury or
causingthe injury or damage, if known:

ffiyouclaimresulted?Givefullextentofinjuriesordamagesclaimed:

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WhatAMOUl.JTdo youcl-dirnof eaclt item oiinlury ordamageasofdateof presentationofthisclaim, givingbasisof
computation:

Give ES TI AMOUNT as farasknownyou claim on account item of prospective injury ordamage, giving
basisof computation

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Were you insured at the so, provide name , policy numbers and amount of insurance
payments received:

Expenditures made on account of accident or lnjury: (Date - ltem) (Amount)

Name and address of Witnesses, Doctors and Hospitals:

READCAREFULLY
For all accident claims place on following diagram names of streets, including North, East. South, and West: indicate place
of accident by "X" and by showing house numbers or distances to street corners.

lf City Vehicle was lnvolved, designate by letter'A" location of City vehicle w_hen you first s-aw.it, and by''B" location of.yourself
or your v6hicle when you first saw Ciiy vehicl-e; location of City vehicle at time of accident by 'A-1" and location of yourself or your
vehicle at the time of accident by"8 1" and the point of lmpact by "X."

NOTE: tf diagrams do not fit the situation, attach hereto a proper diagram signed by claimant.

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ffiEREQUESTEDroaeexA[,llr.lAFALSEcLAlMlSAFELoNY(cAL.
pEN. COoE SEC. 72). CtAtMS MUST BE F|LEDWITH CtTy CLERK (GOVCODE SEC.915a). STATE LAW PROVIDES THAT lF YOU ARE NOT NOTIFIED OF ANY
ACTTON By THE CtTy OF TH|S CLATM WtTHtN 45 DAYS OF F|LING THEN THE CLAIM lS DEEMED DENIED (SEE GOV. CODE SEC. 911.6 & 912.4) Rw. 8/4/16
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INSTRUCTIONS
1 CIaims for death, injury lo person or to personal property must be liled not later
than six (6) monlhs after the occurrence. (Gov. Code Sec. 911 2)
2 Claims for damages lo realproperty must befiled not laterthan one ('1) year
afrer the occurrence. (Gov. Code Sec.911.2)
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Read entire claim before flling.


See page 2 for diagram upon which to locate place of accident
This claim form must be signed on page 2 at bottom.
Attach separale sheets, if necessary, to give full details. SIGN EACH SHEET
Claim must be filed with City Clerk. (Gov.Code Sec. 915a)

Give address to which you desire notices or communications to be sent regarding this claim:

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For all accident claims place on following diagram names of streets, including North, East. South, and West: indicate place
of accident by "X" and by showing house numbers or distances to street corners.

lf City Vehicle was lnvolved, designate by letter'A" location of City vehicle when you first saw it, and by "B" lo-cation of-yourself
or your v6hicle when you first saw Ciiy vehiclb; location of City vehicle at time of accident by 'A-'1 " and location of yourself or your
vehicle at the time of accident by"8 1" and the point of lmpact by "X."

NOTE: tf diagrams do not fit the situation, attach hereto a proper diagram signed by claimant.

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NofeMCLATMANTS MAY BE REQUESTED To BE ExFltffilEtr7
PEN. CODE SEC, 72). CLAIMS MUST BE FILEDWITH CITY CLERK SEC.9lsa). ST, THAT:F YOU ARE NOT NOTIFIED OF ANY
ACT10N 8Y THE CITY OF THIS CLAIM VVITHIN 45 DAYS OF FILING CLAIM IS coDE sEc. 911.6 & 912.4)
CLAIM FOR DAMAGES RESERVE FOR FILING STAMP
TO PERSON OR PROPERTY CLAIM No.

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Claims for death, injury to person or to personal property must be filed not later
than six (6) months after the occurrence. (Gov. Code Sec. 91 12)
2. Claims for damages to real property must befiled not laterthan one (1) year
after the occurrence. (Gov. Code Sec.91 1.2)
3. Read entire claim before filing.
4. See page 2 for diagram upon which to locate place of accident
5. This claim form must be signed on page 2 at bottom.
o. Attach separate sheets, if necessary, io give full details. SIGN EACH SHEET
7. Claim must be filed with City Clerk. (Gov.Code Sec. 915a)

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Stantony, LLC

Business of Claimant and State


PO Box 10235 Beverly Hills CA 3102477171
noticesorcommunicationstobesentregardingthisclaim:
PO Box 10235, Beverly Hills, CA 90213

How did DAMAGE or INJURY occur? Give full particulars.

Damage. City installation of new sewer main in 48th street, city failed to disconnect existing
building sewer line to old main sewer and reconnect to the newly installed main sewer line.
(4515 E.48th Street)

when did DAMAGE or INJURY occur? Give full particulars, date, time of day, etc.:
12lO1l1g, property owner paid plumbing contractor to locate new sewer main and connect line.
\MreredidDAMAGEorndiagramonreverSesideofthissheet,where
approximate, give street names and address and measurements from landmarks:

4515 E. 48th Street, Vernon, CA. West side of building, subterranean.

sedtheinjuryordamage?GivenamesofCityemployees,ifany'
causing the injury or damage, if known:
public Utilities Department, failed to disconnect, and reconnect building sewer line to new main
sewer line after new sewer lines installation.

What DAMAGE or [rUURteS Ooyou claim resulted? Give full extent of injuries or damages claimed:
defunct
$10,g70.00. The actual cost paid to plumbing contractor to disconnect sewer line from
old sewer line, locate new sewer main tie in line, and connect to new sewer main line.
lnnatnn4OUNtOo youctairnoteacn item of injury ordamageasof dateof presentationofthisclaim, givingbasisof
computation:
Actual damages of $10,870.00. Exact amount paid to Coblentz Plumbing to disconnect, locate
and connect sewer line.
Guntofeachitemofprospectiveinjuryordamage,giving
basisof computation:
$1 0,870.00, final amount. 194
Were you insured at the time of the incident? lf so, provide name of insurance company, policy numbers and amount of insurance
payments received:

No injury.

Expenditures made on account of accident or lnjury: (Date - ltem) (Amount)

None.

Name and address of Witnesses, Doctors and Hospitals:

Coblentz Plumbing & All Commercial Plumbing.

READCAREFULLY
For all accident claims place on following diagram names of streets, including North, East. South, and West. indicate place
of accident by "X" and by showing house numbers or distances to street corners.

lf City Vehicle was lnvolved, designate by letter'A" location of City vehlcle when you first saw it, and by "B" lo-cation of-yourself
or your vehicle when you first saw City vehicle; location of City vehicle at time of accident by'A-1 "and location of yourself or your
vehicle at the time of accident by "8 '1" and the point of lmpact by "X."

NOTE: lf diagrams do not fit the situation, attach hereto a proper diagram signed by claimanl

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PRESENTATION OF A
pEN.coDESEC.T2). cLAtMSMUSTBEFILEDWTTHcTTyoLERK(GovcooeS-ec.grsa).srATEtAWpRovrDESTHATrFyouARENorNortFtEDoFANY
ACTION BY THE CITY OF THIS CLAIM WITHIN 45 DAYS OF FILING THEN THE CLAIM IS DEEMED DENIED (SEE GOV. CODE SEC. 911.6 & 912.4)
Rev. 8/4/l 6
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF THE
CITY OF VERNON HELD TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2019, IN
COUNCIL CHAMBER OF CITY HALL LOCATED AT 4305 SANTA FE
AVENUE, VERNON, CALIFORNIA

CALL TO ORDER & FLAG SALUTE

Members Present: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Luz Martinez, Leticia Lopez,
Melissa Ybarra
Members Absent: None

The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Mayor Yvette Woodruff-Perez, who also led the
flag salute.

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

City Clerk Maria Ayala announced that staff would be pulling Agenda Item No. 1.

PUBLIC COMMENT

No Public Comment provided.

PRESENTATION

1. 2019 Used Oil Calendar Awards Presentation


Recommendation: No action required by City Council. This is a presentation
only.

Agenda Item no. 1 was PULLED by staff from the agenda.

2. Recognition of Retired Employee - Fernando R. Rodriguez, Police Sergeant


Recommendation: A. Acknowledge and present a proclamation to retired
employee Fernando R. Rodriguez, Police Sergeant in recognition of his
dedicated service to the City of Vernon.

City Clerk Maria Ayala read the Proclamation.

Mayor Woodruff-Perez presented the Proclamation to Retired Police Sergeant Fernando


Rodriguez, who thanked the City and Vernon City Council for their support.

Police Chief Anthony Miranda said a few word regarding Retired Police Sergeant Rodriguez’s
career with the Police Department.

3. Swear-In Ceremony
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Regular City Council Meeting
January 15, 2019

Recommendation: No action required by City Council. This is a presentation


only.

Police Chief Anthony Miranda introduced the new police recruit, Justin Cortez and said a few
words about Officer Cortez’s career.

City Clerk Ayala administered the Oath of Allegiance to Justin Cortez

Mrs. Alyssa Cortez pinned the badge on her husband, Officer Justin Cortez

4. Employee Service Pin Awards for November and December 2018


Recommendation: No action required by City Council. This is a presentation
only.

Human Resources Michael Earl announced the Service Pin Award recipients.

Mayor Woodruff-Perez presented the Service Pin awards to Octavien Ngarambe, and Eugenio,
who were in attendance.

5. Presentation of 2018 City of Vernon Exceptional Employee Program (VEEP)


Awards
Recommendation: No action required by City Council. This is a presentation
only.

Human Resources Michael Earl announced the winners of the Vernon Exceptional Employee
Program Awards.

Mayor Woodruff-Perez presented the award for Significant Cost Savings to Rafael Castellanos;
Team Award to Gas Division staff, Dan Cordova, Dan Lopez, Frank Lozano, and Jeff Fraga;
Employee of the Year Award, Don Quiroz, who were all present.

CONSENT CALENDAR

6. Agreement with Advanced Utility Systems for CIS Infinity Billing Software
Recommendation: A. Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt
under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") review, because it
is continuing administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect
physical changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a
"project" as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Approve the proposed Agreement with Advanced Utility Systems in an


amount not to exceed $28,941 for a custom system configuration; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute Agreement with Advanced


Utility Systems in substantially the same form as submitted herewith.

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January 15, 2019

7. Report on Emergency Purchase Secured by the City Administrator


Recommendation: A. Find that both the filing of this report and the
emergency purchase of services and repairs that are the subject of the report
are exempt from California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") review
because these activities are and were administrative activities that will not and
did not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment and,
therefore, neither activity constitutes a "project" as defined by CEQA
Guidelines section 15378.

B. Receive and file this report as it is being provided for informational


purposes only, pursuant to Section 2.17.36 of the Vernon Municipal Code.

8. Claim for Damages from B. Kim received on December 19, 2018.


Recommendation: A. Receive and File

9. Claim for Damages from B. Lunde received January 8, 2019.


Recommendation: A. Receive and File

10. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting held December 18, 2018.
Recommendation: A. Receive and File

11. A Resolution Authorizing the City Clerk to Deputize One Staff Member of the
Office of the City Clerk for the Purpose of Signature Attestation
Recommendation: A. Find that the proposed action is exempt from the
California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”), in accordance with CEQA
Guidelines § 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects
that may have a significant effect on the environment; and

B. Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Clerk to deputize one staff member
of the Office of the City Clerk for the purposes of signature attestation for
approved or adopted: resolutions, ordinances, contracts or agreements in the
absence of the City Clerk.

12. Approval of City Payroll Warrant Register No. 751 Covering the Period of
December 01 through December 31, 2018
Recommendation: A. Approve City Payroll Warrant Register No. 751 which
totals $2,947,750.23 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of direct deposits, checks and taxes totaling $2,349,407.91.


2) Checks and electronic fund transfers (EFT) paid through General bank
account totaling $598,342.32.

13. Approval of Federal Funds for Street Improvements Account Warrant


Register No. 25 Covering the Period of December 11 through January 07,
2019

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Recommendation: A. Approve Federal Funds for Street Improvements


Account Warrant Register No. 25 which totals $5,611.52 and consists of the
following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $5,611.52.

14. Approval of Operating Account Warrant Register No. 14 Covering the Period
of December 11 through January 07, 2019
Recommendation: A. Approve Operating Account Warrant Register No. 14
which totals $16,645,865.62 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $16,157,632.61.


2) Ratification of the issuance of early checks totaling $464,562.54.
3) Authorization to issue pending checks totaling $23,670.47.

15. Approval of RDA Obligation Retirement Account Warrant Register No. 49


Covering the Period of November 27 through January 07, 2019
Recommendation: A. Approve RDA Obligation Retirement Account
Warrant Register No. 49 which totals $9,431.56 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $9,431.56.

16. Ratification of Warrant Registers to Record Voided Checks


Recommendation: A. Ratify the following warrant registers to record voided
checks:

1) Operating Account Warrant Register No. 3 to record voided Check No.


600328 in the amount of $113.00 issued 07/17/18 to Cardozo, Angelica.

17. Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of October 16 through October
31, 2018
Recommendation: A. Receive and file.

18. Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of November 1 through
November 15, 2018
Recommendation: A. Receive and file.

19. Vernon Police Department Activity Log and Statistical Summary for the
period of December 1 through December 15, 2018
Recommendation: A. Receive and file.

20. Vernon Police Department Activity Log and Statistical Summary for the
period of December 16 through December 31, 2018
Recommendation: A. Receive and file.

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21. Amendment No. 2 to the Economic Development Incentive on Electric


Service Agreement between the City of Vernon and Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc.
Recommendation: A. Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt
from California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") review, because it is an
administrative and governmental fiscal activity which does not involve any
commitment to any specific project and that will not result in direct or indirect
physical changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a
"project" as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Approve Amendment No. 2 to the Economic Development Incentive on


Electric Service Agreement between the City of Vernon and Matheson Tri-
Gas, Inc., for the purpose of extending the commercial operation
Commencement Date for the New Facility; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute Amendment No.2 to the


Economic Development Incentive Agreement with Matheson Trigas, Inc., in
substantially the same form as attached herewith.

22. License Agreement between Southern California Edison Company and the
City of Vernon for the Use of Land at the Laguna Bell Substation
Recommendation: A. Find that the approval requested in this staff report is
exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in
accordance with CEQA Guidelines Section 15301, because the proposed
action involves the leasing of an existing public utility service facility and
involves negligible or no expansion of the existing use; and

B. Approve the proposed License Agreement with Southern California Edison


Company ("SCE") for a five-year term in an amount not to exceed $1,903.01;
and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute the License Agreement with


SCE, in substantially the same form as submitted herewith, with an effective
date of April 1, 2019.

23. Award of a Services Agreement with Webco LB, LLC for Street Sweeping
Services
Recommendation: A. Find that the approval of the proposed services
agreement with Webco LB, LLC is categorically exempt under the California
Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in accordance with Section 15301,
Existing Facilities, part (c), existing highways and streets, because the project
is merely to sweep existing streets and involves negligible or no expansion of
existing use; and

B. Approve the Services Agreement with Webco LB, LLC for street
sweeping services for a three (3) year term and an amount not to exceed
$378,000; and
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C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute the Services Agreement with


Webco LB, LLC, in substantially the same form as submitted herewith, with
an effective date of March 2, 2019.

24. Award of Services Agreement to Willdan Engineering for Structural Plan


Check Services
Recommendation: A. Find that awarding the contract to Willdan
Engineering is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
review, because it is an administrative activity that will not result in direct or
indirect physical changes in the environment, and therefore is not a “project’
as defined by CEQA Guidelines, Section 15378; and

B. Approve a Services Agreement with Willdan Engineering, in substantially


the same form as submitted herewith, for a one (1) year term in an amount
not-to-exceed $65,000 for structural plan check services; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute the Services Agreement with


Willdan Engineering with an effective date of January 1, 2019.

25. Public Works Department November 2018 Monthly Building Report


Recommendation: A. Receive and File.

No public comment provided.

It was moved by William Davis and seconded by Melissa Ybarra to approve Consent Calendar
items 6 through 25. Motion carried, 5 - 0.

Yes: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Luz Martinez, Leticia Lopez, Melissa
Ybarra
No: None

NEW BUSINESS

26. Appointment of Eligible Individuals to Serve on the Vernon Business &


Industry Commission
Recommendation: A. Find that the appointment of an eligible individual to
serve on the Vernon Business & Industry Commission is exempt from
California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because they are
administrative actions that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes
in the environment, and therefore do not constitute a “project” as defined by
CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Appoint one eligible individual to serve on the Vernon Business &


Industry Commission, in a Vernon Employee/Labor Representative Seat, with
a term beginning January 15, 2019 and expiring on June 30, 2022; and

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C. Appoint one eligible individual to serve on the Vernon Business &


Industry Commission, in a Vernon Real Estate Representative Seat, with a
term beginning January 15, 2019 and expiring on June 30, 2022.

Administrative Analyst Diana Figueroa reported on the proposed.

No public comment provided.

It was moved by Melissa Ybarra and seconded by Leticia Lopez to A. Find that the appointment
of an eligible individual to serve on the Vernon Business & Industry Commission is exempt from
California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because they are administrative actions
that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment, and therefore do not
constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and B. Appoint one eligible
individual to serve on the Vernon Business & Industry Commission, in a Vernon Employee/Labor
Representative Seat, with a term beginning January 15, 2019 and expiring on June 30, 2022; and
C. Appoint one eligible individual to serve on the Vernon Business & Industry Commission, in a
Vernon Real Estate Representative Seat, with a term beginning January 15, 2019 and expiring on
June 30, 2022. Motion carried, 5-0.

Yes: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Luz Martinez, Leticia Lopez, Melissa
Ybarra
No: None

27. Appointment of Eligible Individual to Serve on the Vernon CommUNITY


Fund Grant Committee
Recommendation: A. Find that the appointment of eligible individuals to
serve on the Vernon CommUNITY Fund Grant Committee is exempt from
California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because it is an
administrative action that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes
in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by
CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Appoint an eligible individual to serve on the Vernon CommUNITY Fund


Grant Committee in a Vernon Area Representative Seat with a term of
January 15, 2019 to June 30, 2020.

Administrative Analyst Diana Figueroa reported on the proposed item.

No public comment provided.

Mayor Woodruff-Perez requested to bring out the Candidates’ application on the Council
monitors.

City Clerk Maria Ayala read the Candidates’ qualifications page.

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It was moved by Yvette Woodruff-Perez and seconded by Luz Martinez to appoint James Chang
to serve on the Committee, and to A. Find that the appointment of eligible individuals to serve on
the Vernon CommUNITY Fund Grant Committee is exempt from California Environmental
Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because it is an administrative action that will not result in direct
or indirect physical changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a “project” as
defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and B. Appoint an eligible individual to serve on the
Vernon CommUNITY Fund Grant Committee in a Vernon Area Representative Seat with a term
of January 15, 2019 to June 30, 2020. Motion carried, 4 - 0.

Yes: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Luz Martinez, Leticia Lopez


No: None
Abstain: Melissa Ybarra

28. Approval of the 2019 Calendar Year Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life
Insurance Proposals for City Employee and Retiree Benefits
Recommendation: A.. Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt
from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because it is an
administrative activity that will not result in direct physical changes in the
environment, and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by
CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Approve the 2019 Calendar Year Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life
Insurance Benefits as proposed; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute final agreements with the


insurance providers based on the proposals submitted herewith.

Human Resources Michael Earl reported on the proposed.

No public comment provided.

It was moved by Luz Martinez and seconded by William Davis to A. Find that approval of the
proposed action is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because
it is an administrative activity that will not result in direct physical changes in the environment,
and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and
B. Approve the 2019 Calendar Year Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance Benefits as
proposed; and C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute final agreements with the insurance
providers based on the proposals submitted herewith. Motion carried, 5 - 0.

Yes: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Luz Martinez, Leticia Lopez, Melissa
Ybarra
No: None

29. A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Execution of a Service Level


Agreement for Upstream Internet Access Services with Broadband, LLC
Recommendation: A. Find that approval of the proposed action in this staff
report is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"),
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because it is a governmental administrative activity that will not have any


effect on the environment and is therefore not a “project” as that term is
defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Adopt a Resolution approving and authorizing the execution of a Service


Level Agreement for Upstream Internet Access Services with Broadband,
LLC, in the not to exceed amount of $130,000; and

C. Approve additional funds in the amount of $22,000 to cover the month to


month charges due between the period of October 2018 through February
2019.

General Manager Kelly Nguyen reported on the proposed.

No public comment provided.

It was moved by William Davis and seconded by Luz Martinez to A. Find that approval of the
proposed action in this staff report is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act
("CEQA"), because it is a governmental administrative activity that will not have any effect on the
environment and is therefore not a “project” as that term is defined by CEQA Guidelines section
15378; and B. Adopt a Resolution approving and authorizing the execution of a Service Level
Agreement for Upstream Internet Access Services with Broadband, LLC, in the not to exceed
amount of $130,000; and C. Approve additional funds in the amount of $22,000 to cover the month
to month charges due between the period of October 2018 through February 2019. Motion carried,
5 - 0.

Yes: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Luz Martinez, Leticia Lopez, Melissa
Ybarra
No: None

30. License and Software Services Agreement with Power Settlements Consulting
and Software, LLC for Settlement Software Services
Recommendation: A. Find that (a) settlement software services agreement
between the City of Vernon and Power Settlements Consulting and Software,
LLC is not in reference to a “project” subject to the California Environmental
Quality Act (“CEQA”) under Guidelines section 15378 because it involves the
continuing administrative activity of procurement of LICENSE AND
SOFTWARE Services; and (b) even if this approval were a “project” subject
to CEQA, the approval requested is exempt in accordance with CEQA
Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to
projects that may have a significant effect on the environment, and any
construction that may occur by a private party in the future in reliance on this
approval would be subject to CEQA review by another governmental agency
at that time when actual details of any physical proposal would be more than
speculative; and

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B. Approve the License and Software Services Agreement with Power


Settlements Consulting and Software, LLC for Settlement Software Services
for a perpetual software license with support and maintenance fees in the total
amount of $326,818 for a three (3) year term; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute the License and Software


Services Agreement, in substantially the same form as submitted herewith,
with an effective date of February 1, 2019.

General Manager Kelly Nguyen reported on the proposed.

No public comment provided.

It was moved by Luz Martinez and seconded by Leticia Lopez to A. Find that (a) settlement
software services agreement between the City of Vernon and Power Settlements Consulting and
Software, LLC is not in reference to a “project” subject to the California Environmental Quality
Act (“CEQA”) under Guidelines section 15378 because it involves the continuing administrative
activity of procurement of LICENSE AND SOFTWARE Services; and (b) even if this approval
were a “project” subject to CEQA, the approval requested is exempt in accordance with CEQA
Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that may have
a significant effect on the environment, and any construction that may occur by a private party in
the future in reliance on this approval would be subject to CEQA review by another governmental
agency at that time when actual details of any physical proposal would be more than speculative;
and B. Approve the License and Software Services Agreement with Power Settlements Consulting
and Software, LLC for Settlement Software Services for a perpetual software license with support
and maintenance fees in the total amount of $326,818 for a three (3) year term; and C. Authorize
the City Administrator to execute the License and Software Services Agreement, in substantially
the same form as submitted herewith, with an effective date of February 1, 2019. Motion carried,
5 - 0.

Yes: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Luz Martinez, Leticia Lopez, Melissa
Ybarra
No: None

ORAL REPORTS

Police Chief Anthony Miranda reported on the following: December 19th VPD hosted the
Southeast Regional Mental Health Team; on December 21st VPD conducted DUI check point; and
reported on several incidents throughout the City.

Fire Chief Bruce English reported on the following: new Fire Department Inspection Program that
is completely paperless and utilizes Ipads; winter storm updates; and January 25th, Fire Station No.
76 will host a Drone Pilot meeting.

Public Works Director Daniel Wall reported that Public Works staff has been conducting weather
patrol, engineering staff is currently designing street projects and working on designs for house
renovations.
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Public Utilities Director Kelly Nguyen reported on the following: several power outages
throughout the City; staff is continuously conducting bi-directional flushing programs with memos
sent to the customers that would be affected; and Vernon Public Utilities is ranked as a top
diamond Reliable Public Power Provider.

Finance Director William Fox reported on the following: the annual audit; Insurance Program
Renewal process; Business License Program and the collection of the fees.

Director of Health Frederick Agyin provided an update on the Health Department’s recruitment of
Environmental Health Technicians.

Director of Human Resources Michael Earl reported on the following: Annual Employee
Recognition and Holiday Event; Annual Health Insurance Open Enrollment process; and
announced that Human Resources is currently assisting various departments with recruitment of
new personnel to fill in the vacant positions within their departments.

City Clerk Maria Ayala provided an update on the upcoming April 9, 2019, General Municipal
Election.

CLOSED SESSION

The City Council entered closed session at 9:54 a.m.

31. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Significant exposure to litigation.


Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)

Number of potential cases: 3

32. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL--EXISTING LITIGATION


Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1)

Jimenez v. City of Vernon, et al.


Los Angeles Superior Court, Case No. BC717856

At 10:31 a.m. the City Council exited closed session. Senior Deputy City Attorney Zaynah
Moussa reported that two items were discussed with no reportable action taken.

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ADJOURNMENT

With no further business, at 10:24 Mayor Yvette Woodruff-Perez adjourned the meeting.

________________________
Yvette Woodruff-Perez
Mayor

ATTEST:
_________________________
Maria E. Ayala
City Clerk

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Agenda Item No. COV-209-2018
Submitted by: Lilia Hernandez
Submitting Department: City Administration
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Ratification of Mayor's Appointment of Eligible Individuals to Serve on the Green Vernon Commission

Recommendation:
A. Find that the proposed action is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because the
ratification of the Mayor's appointment of an eligible individual to serve on the Green Vernon Commission is an
administrative action that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment, and therefore does not
constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Ratify the Mayor's appointment of Ron Daerr to serve on the Green Vernon Commission in a Business
Representative Seat for a term that will expire on June 30, 2022; and

C. Ratify the Mayor's appointment of Frane Sosic to serve on the Green Vernon Commission in an Environmental
Representative Seat for a term that will expire on June 30, 2022.

Backgroud:
The Green Vernon Commission (“GVC” or “Commission”) was established in November of 2011 as the Sustainable
Development and Energy Efficiency Commission. Renamed the Green Vernon Commission in May 2014, the
Commission was created as part of the Good Governance Reform efforts to improve the environmental standards of the
City and ensure open and transparent management of Vernon’s Sustainable Action Plan. In addition to conducting
periodic reviews of the Sustainability Action Plan for City operations and activities, the Commission is also intended to
provide a forum for addressing the public’s concerns related to sustainability and energy efficiency issues.

The Commission is comprised of seven members form the Vernon Community: three representatives from Vernon’s
business community; two labor representatives; and two environmental representatives, one of whom shall be from the
environmental-justice community. Commission members serve four year terms beginning in July. No person shall serve
more than two (2) consecutive full four-year terms.

The GVC currently has three vacant sets in various categories. Pursuant to Section 2.146 of the Vernon Municipal
Code, Commission Members are selected by the Mayor and their appointment is ratified by the City Council.
Accordingly, staff publicized the vacancies and has placed the ratification of one necessary appointment to each of the
following seats: Business Representative Seat and Environmental Representative Seat on the agenda for the February 5,
2019 City Council meeting.

On or about December 6, 2018 City Staff broadly publicized the aforementioned vacancies and opportunity to serve on
the Green Vernon Commission by posting the attached announcement and interest form on the main page of the City’s
website and social media platforms as well as mailing copies to all businesses in Vernon. Separately, the Vernon
Chamber of Commerce also assisted with the City's recruitment efforts. As of the application deadline, a total of three 208
(3) completed applications were received and are included as attachments to this staff report. Information that may be
personal has been redacted from the applications. The names of the individuals eligible to serve on the Commission in
the vacant seats are listed below under the respective seat category:

Business Representative Seat:


1. Ron Daerr
2. Mike Hedges

Environmental Representative Seat:


1. Frane Sosic

After reviewing the applications received, the Mayor notified staff of her selection of Ron Daerr to serve on the Green
Vernon Commission in the Business Representative Seat for a term beginning February 5, 2019 and expiring on June
30, 2022. Mayor Woodruff-Perez also notified staff of her selection of Frane Sosic to serve on the Green Vernon
Commission in the Environmental Representative Seat for a term beginning February 5, 2019 and expiring on June 30,
2022. Staff has placed the matter on the February 5, 2019 Council Meeting accordingly. A follow up recruitment will
be conducted to fill the vacancy in the Labor Representative Seat as no interest forms were received during this
recruitment period.

The Green Vernon Commission meets quarterly at 3:30 p.m. on the third Wednesday in March, June, September and
December. Upon the City Council’s ratification of a new Commission members, the City Clerk will administer the Oath
of Office to the new Commissioners as necessary, prior to their participation in a Green Vernon Commission meeting.
The next regular meeting of the Commission is scheduled for March 20, 2019.

Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact associated with the appointment of an individual to serve on the Green Vernon Commission.
The Green Vernon Commission has an approved budget for meetings and education for Commissioners.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. GVC Announcement & Application
 2. R. Daerr GVC Interest Form
 3. M. Hedges GVC Interest Form
 4. F. Socic GVC Interest Form

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CITY ADMINISTRATION
4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, California 90058
Telephone (323) 583-8811

December 6, 2018

TO: Representatives of the Vernon Business, Labor, and Environmental Communities

SUBJECT: Seeking Interested Business Owners/Operators, Labor Representatives, and


Environmental Representatives to Serve on the Green Vernon Commission

Background: The Green Vernon Commission (“GVC” or “Commission”) was established in November of
2011 as the Sustainable Development and Energy Efficiency Commission. Renamed the Green Vernon
Commission in May 2014, the Commission was created as part of the Good Governance Reform efforts to
improve the environmental standards of the City and ensure open and transparent management of Vernon’s
Sustainable Action Plan. In addition to conducting periodic reviews of the Sustainability Action Plan for City
operations and activities, the Commission is also intended to provide a forum for addressing the public’s
concerns related to sustainability and energy efficiency issues.

Composition and Terms: The Commission is comprised of seven members form the Vernon Community:
three representatives from Vernon’s business community; two labor representatives; and two environmental
representatives, one of whom shall be from the environmental-justice community. Commission members serve
four year terms beginning in July. No person shall serve more than two (2) consecutive full four-year terms.
To be eligible for appointment, each representative shall not have, at any time within the five (5) years
preceding appointment: (i) been an employee or consultant of the City; or (ii) a financial interest in any
contract, other than the lease of his or her residence or the provision of municipal services available to the
public generally, to which the City is a party. No member of the Commission may at any time be a member
of the City Council.

Upcoming Vacancies and Invitation to Apply: The City seeks to fill vacancies in the seats listed below and
encourages all qualified individuals to apply. Those with an interest in good government and experience or
interest in sustainable development, energy efficiency, and environmental standards are especially needed to
devote time to this important public body. The Commission is subject to state open meeting requirements (the
Ralph M. Brown Act) and all laws and regulations related to good government. Appointees will be required
to submit Statements of Economic Interests (Form 700s) annually.

 Business Representative
 Labor Representative
 Environmental Representative

For more information on the Green Vernon Commission and related responsibilities, please refer to Ordinance
No. 1222 available on the City’s website (www.cityofvernon.org). To be considered for appointment to the
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CITY ADMINISTRATION
4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, California 90058
Telephone (323) 583-8811
GREEN VERNON COMMISSION
Prospective Commission Member Interest Form
December 6, 2018

Appointing Category (please circle one): Business Rep Labor Environmental Rep

Name: ____________________________

Business Name: ___________________________

Title: _____________________________

Vernon Address: ___________________________

Email: _____________________________

Phone: _____________________________

Qualifications and Reasons for Serving on the Commission (attach additional sheet if necessary):
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________

NOTE: By signing below, you affirm that you meet the eligibility requirements of the appointing category
you have indicated.

Signature: __________________________

Note: Please submit completed form by Thursday, December 27th at 5:00p.m.

Mail form to: 4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, CA 90058, Attn: City Administration

Email form to: lhernandez@ci.vernon.ca.us

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Frane Sosic Cover Letter 2018

I am a driven and industrious individual that has knowledge and experience with
environmental, health, and safety matters pertaining to facilities of various technical and
operational scopes. I am goal oriented and driven and embody safe work habits which
translate into an impeccable safety record. I feel that my well-rounded, outgoing and
interpersonal nature make me a valuable asset to any company. I have worked in
multiple business sectors in a variety of professional capacities and thrive within high-
paced environments such as manufacturing, construction, and various industrial
settings. Whether it is an aircraft maintenance facility or a petroleum refinery, results
are delivered with precision and integrity. My aim is to grow as an individual, but also
acquire new skills and knowledge so I can deepen my technical expertise and become
a more valuable member to my employer and my community. Ultimately, I am seeking
-a work-life balance where I am able to tfuive.both on a professional and personal level
My experience consists of, but is not limited to, the following:

. Environmental Health and Safety


. Sustainability and Resource Management
o Facility lnspections and Audits
. Supervision, Training, and Employee Mentorship
o Title V Permit management
. Chemical lnventory management
. Occupational Health and Safety
o Hazardous Waste Management
o Refinery Waste Neutralization
. Waste Disposal (including NORM)
. Storm Water Pollution Prevention
. lndustrial Waste Water oversight
. Electronic and Universal Waste Management
. Fire protection and Building Code Enforcement
. Facility Environmental Audits and Safety lnspections
. Emergency Evacuation Procedures
o 3rd Party Audits
o Strategic Planning
o Risk Assessments
o lndustrial Hygiene and Chemical Exposure
. lncidentlnvestigations
. lnjury and lllness Prevention
. Supervision and Coordination of Full-Scale Facility Closures
o Earth Day Presentations for K-5 Students (one of the most rewarding aspects of
my career to this day.)

Thank you for your time and consideration.

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EXPER:ENCE
Romec Power Technology Vernon, CA
EH&S Manager February 2018 - Present

- Responsible for comprehensive facility oversight and supervision of all environmental, health and safety matters
- Ensure full compliancewith all applicable federal, state and local regulations
- Develop, manage, and supervise training programs including; lock out/ta8 out, hazardous waste, emergency response,
hazard communication, chemical management, spill response, stormwater pollution prevention, hearing conservation,
respiratory protection, machine guardinB, and many others required by OSHA
- update and improve training curriculum that effectively directs company behavior toward governmental and
reBulatory agency compliance and the toal of maintaining "0" OSHA recordable injuries
- Leider of EH&5 proBrams to cultivate employee involvement, including management and supervision of safety
committee(s) while working closely with all team members from various departments within the company
- Supervision of laboratory personnel and experimentsfor safety, industrial hygiene and chemical exposure
response and
- Lead immedlate intervention and investigation of atl EH&S related incidentsi Provide on-site tactical
crisismanagementforEH&srelatedincidents(spills,fires,Li.ionthermalrunawayevents,etc.)
programs and processes
- Actively direct procedures, permitting, and compliance for various R&D and Operations
- well as working with an outside
Coordination with the City of Vernon with setting up various facility installations as

contractor and the Vernon Fire Department on development of fire suppression methods specific to Lithium-ion
battery fires

StandardAero (LAX)Los AngeLs,CA


EHS and Facilities Manager
Mav 2017-FebruarY 2018

‐ Responsible for Stornn water・ industrial Wastewater,and comprehensive Title V Permit comphance
ities
― Environmental management,OSHA comp‖ ance and safetv oversight,for LAX and Van Nuys airportfac‖

1よ″ 譲胎 寵 腎 」 :器 ∬ :Illlll:lよ ::↑ 器 lmば


:誌 地 :ittL冊 曜 liよ :寵 螺 ittFl:′ 』I:瑞

‐ Perform accident,nearloss,and spillinvestigations,with the aim of prevention and fostering a learning environment
‐ Experience with Workman's Comp claims and interdepartmental collaboration with HR and Legal Departments
‐ Supervヽ ed a team ofseven{7)Fad‖ ●es Team emplovees which were p百 manly focused on fac‖ kies infrastructure

support,ha2ardOus waste management,and various environmental cleanup and sampling activities


Long Beach,CA
PSC lndustrial Outsourcing, L.P.
Manager of Envitonmental Affairs, Western Region
March 2014-August 2016

- Environmental management, regulatory compliance, and oversight for 23 different


facilities
- Performed EH&S inspections and random audits to evaluate facility operations
Executed Federal Tier Chemical reporting for 23 facilities distributed throughout the United
- States
(cAR8) standards
- Managed roughly 177 diesel vehicles to complY with california Air Resources Board
- Storm Water Permit compliance, sample collection, analysis, and annual reporting to LARWQCB
- proficient in lso 14001- Environmental Management system audits and the lso certification process
sectors
- Experienced with regulatory requirements and permitting in the oil & Gas, Energy, and Transportation
- Lead Supervisor on incident and near loss investigations and reporting of finding
internally and to oSHA
.NewHiresafetYTrainingandsupervisionofnewtechniciansduringenvironmentalcleanupoperations
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Murex Environmental, lnc, lrvine, cA
Senior Environmental Scientist feb. 2010 -July 2013

- Oversaw reporting to various California State regulatory agencies (SCAQMD, RWQCB, DTSC, MWD, LAUSD)
- Performed subsurface investigations and conducted quarterly groundwater sampling events
- Field oversight of groundwater monitoring well installations, abandonments, surveys, and sampling activities
- Operations & Maintenance (O&M) ofvarious remediation systems (ozone injection, SVE, GwE)
- Responsible for monthly SCAQMD air sampling, compliance, and reporting
- Authored work plans, proposals, environmental management, and health and safety plans
- Provided training for new hires and supervised them during various types of enviromental fieldwork projects

Ninyo & Moore lMne, cA


Scientist
Environmental Nov. 2006 -April 2008
- Performed Phase land Phase llenvironmental site assessments
- lnvolved in risk assessments dealing with future school sites (LAUSD and ocDE)
- Responsible for regulatory compliance during soil removal and sampling activities
- Upheld AQMD Rule 1166 parameters for dust and vapors during constructian activities
- Supervisor of 3rd party contractors and junior staff during environmental site investigations and sampling activities
- Conducted mold surveys and inspections on restaurants and office buildings
- Authored work plans and proposals for site remediation and closures

Delta Environmental Consultants, lnc. san Jose, cA


Envlronmental Specialist MaY 2005 - Odober 2006
- Responsible for regulatory compliance oversight of under8round tank removal and sampling activities
- Construction and safety oversight for various pipeline replacement projects in the Oil & Gas industry
- Conducted Phase l, ll, lll Environmental Site Assessments and reporting of results
- Coordinated with local regulatory agencies regarding site/facility closures (IARWQCB, DTsc, SCAQMD)
- Responsible for quarterly groundwater sampling events for all gasoiine service station sites

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-60-2019
Submitted by: John Lau
Submitting Department: Finance/ Treasury
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Approval of Operating Account Warrant Register No. 15 Covering the Period of January 08 through January 28, 2019

Recommendation:
A. Approve Operating Account Warrant Register No. 15 which totals $14,214,969.82 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $13,768,114.87.


2) Ratification of the issuance of early checks totaling $421,955.15.
3) Authorization to issue pending checks totaling $24,899.80.

Backgroud:
Section 2.13 of the Vernon Municipal Code indicates the City Treasurer, or an authorized designee, shall prepare
warrants covering claims or demands against the City which are to be presented to City Council for its audit and
approval. Pursuant to the aforementioned code section, the City Treasurer has prepared Operating Account Warrant
Register No. 15 covering claims and demands presented during the period of January 08 through January 28, 2019,
drawn, or to be drawn, from East West Bank for City Council approval.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Operating Account Warrant Register No. 15

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CITY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOuNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO。 15
FEBRUARY 5′ 2019

I hereby certify that claims and/or demands included in above listed warrant This is to certify that the claims or demands covered by the above listed warrants
register have been audited for accuracy and availability of funds for payments and have been audited by the City Council of the City of Vernon and that all of said
that said claims and/or demands are accurate and that the funds are available for warrants are approved for payments except Warrant Numbers:
paVmenti

William Fox
Finance Director

Date:
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‐■PAYMENT IPAYMENT
. ■ │‐ │■ ││ ■ ∞ UN■ ││ ││ │■ NVOに E ‐ ■│ ‐│ ‐ ■‐ ■ ■ ‐ ■■ ‐ PAVMENT

│‐

VENDORttAME AND NUMBER ∼NUMBER AMOUNT DESCRIPT:ON lNVOICE P.0.# DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

OO4O74 - STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT 011.210260 S 969.23 Child Support: Payment Ben212707
011.210250 s 1,402.15 Child support: Payment Ben212707
011.210260 S 78.92 Child Support: Payment Ben212707
011.210260 S 53.07 Child Support: Payment 3en212707
055.210250 S 368.76 Child Support: Payment Ben212707
01/08/2019 7843 S 2′ 872.13

002412‐ CAL!FORNIA:SO 055.9200.500150 S 467.86 Recalculation Charges 03/15 201812313140638


965
055.9200.500190 S 2.35 Recalculation Charges 03/16 201812313140638
965
055.9200.500170 S -2,181.95 Recalculation Charges 03/16 201812313140638
965
055.9200.500150 s 567,039.33 lnitial Charges 12118 201812313140638
965
055.9200.500190 s 5,943.97 lnitial Charges 12118 201812313140638
965
055.9200.500210 5 7,862.48 lnitial Charges 12118 201812313140638
965
055.9200.500170 5 -17,92O.03 lnitial Char8es 12118 201812313140638
965
01/08/2019 7844 5 561′ 214.00

003847‐ CALIFORNIA POWER 055 9200 500210 S 4′ 613 33 Wind― Up Charges 01/01/19-06/30/19 2023148
EXCHANGE CORP
01/08/2019 7845 S 221
4′ 61333

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005929-ACCELA′ lNC 0119019595210 1,500.00 EnvisionConnect/EnvisionConnect Remote INVACC42824 011.0012989


0119019595210 3,500.00 EnvisionConnect/EnvisionConnect Remote 1NVACC42871 0110012989
01/08/2019 7846 S 5′ 00000

003266-AON RISK!NSURANCE 0111004503035 654.00 General Liability Coverage 8200000248382


SERViCES WE
011.1004503035 20.00 Blanket Accident Premium 8200000248383
01/08/2019 7847 S 67400

005943-INLAND EMPiRE ENERGY 0559200500180 S 9,900.00 Energy Purchase


C[NTER′ L
01/08/2019 7848 S 9′ 900.00

003053-LEVEL3 COMMUNICAT:ONS, 057.1057.500173 S 4,635.54 Upstream lnternet Access Services 74938000


LLC
01/08/2019 7849 S 4′ 635.54

005433-RUTAN&TUCKER′ LLP 0111024593200 14000 Re: General Personnel Matters 825338


0111024593200 6′ 76850 Re: Torres / Ong Litigation 825738
0111024593200 56600 Re: Malkenhorst Enforcement of Judgment 825739
011.1024.593200 18′ 57598 Re: Ong Yiu Arbitration 825740
011.1024593200 140.00 Re: General Labor 825741
01/08/2019 7850 S 26′ 19048

005925-SHllNTERNAT10NAL CORP 0119019590110 S 3,344.00 Annual Basic Maintenance Renewal - B09223071 0110013535
011.9019590110 S 960.00 Veeam Agent by Server 1 Year 809223071 0110013535 222
01/08/2019 7851 S 4′ 30400

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vExDiiir^MEAx]i'xUMiEi:"t{UM8ER*o,-o**,*o"..,...,'..
001658- WATER REPLENISHMENT 020.1084.500110 $ 192,480.81 Goundwater Prcdudion & Attestment 121018
DISTRICT
01/08/2019 7852 S 192,48081

001581-THE GAS COMPANY 0111049560000 S 888.75 Period:11/18∼ 121418


0111043.560000 S 444 38 Period:11/18∼ 121418
020.1084560000 S 444 37 Period:11/18∼ 121418
0111049.560000 S 545 49 Period:11/18∼ 121418(2)
0565600.560000 S 28 93 Period:11/18∼ 121718
01/09/2019 7853 5 2′ 351.92

001581-THE GAS COMPANY 0111033.560000 S 20.53 Period: 11/18 121418{3)


01/09/2019 7854 S 2053

000447-CDW GOVERNMENT′ lNC 0119019.520010 S 4,238.17 Cisco Catalyst 2960X-48FPD― L― switch‐ QGK6445 0110013530
0119019520010 S 402.63 Sales Tax 9.5% QGK6445
01/10/2019 7855 S 4′ 64080

004665‐ ELEM[NT MARKETS 0559200.500162 5 62′ 854.96 Natural Gas 10/18 RC1313
R[NEWABLE NATU
0559200.500162 S 43,37572 Natural Gas l1/18 RC1314
055.9200.500162 S 90′ 55699 Natural Gas 10/18 RC1315
055.9200500162 5 62′ 18446 Natural Gas l1/18 RC1316
01/10/2019 78s6 s 258′ 972.13

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PAYMENTI
AMOUNT DESCR:PT:ON INVO:CE DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

005460- ETC DEPOT 011.9019520010 S 165.00 8CH HDCVI/AHD/CVBS/TVi/1P′ H264′ 908121 011.0013469
011.9019520010 S 15.68 Sales Tax 9.5% 908121
0119019.520010 S 1,105 00 32CH HDCV1/TVI/AHD/CVBS/1P′ H264′ 908122 0110013467
011.9019.520010 S 104.98 Sales Tax 9 5% 908122
011.9019520010 S 472 00 2MP"WDR‖ HDCVI BULLET CAMERA′ 27∼ 908239 0110013532
0119019.520010 S 165.00 8CH HDCVI/AHD/CVBS/TV!/IP′ H.264′ 908239 011.0013532
0119019520010 S 73 00 DC12V′ 20AMP′ 18CH′ POWER SUPL[Y 908239 0110013532
011.9019520010 S 67.45 Sales Tax 9.5% 908239
01/10/2019 7857 S 2′ 168.11

006289‐ HARDY&HARPER′ lNC 0111043.900000 5 7 6,94L.7 2 Downey Road lmprovements 20994RET


01/10/2019 7858 5 76′ 94172

000764-TARGETSOLUT10NS′ INC 0111033596700 S 5,520.00 59 Premier Memberships and Annual TSINV00000028341 011 0013578
01/10/2019 7859 5 5′ 520.00

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ACCOUNT ]NVOiCE PAYMENT PAYMENT ‐
PAVMENT
‐│ I DATE I NUMBER
VENDoll"AMEI^ND NluMBEll ■│I NUMBERII II I AMOuNT DESCRIPT:ONI ■ │ ‐
■ ││1 lNVOICE P:0.# IAM00NT

001552‐ HOME DEPOT CREDIT 020.1084.520000 S 411 03 Building Materials&Hardware∼ 101818 MULTIPLE 011.0013200
SERV!CES
056.5600.520000 S 236.62 Bui!ding Supplies∼ 102518 MULTIPLE 0560000514
0111033520000 S 917.32 Sma‖ Too:s&P!umbing Hardware∼ 102918_MULTIPLE( 0110013222
2)

0558400.590000 S 419.16 Hardware Supplies∼ 102918_MULTIPLE{ 0550002674


3)

011.1043.520000 S 447.79 Tools and Plumbing Hardware∼ 112818 MULTIPLE 0110013217


0111046520000 S 125.89 Toois and Plumbing Hardware∼ l12818 MULTIPLE 011.0013217
011.1048520000 S 1′ 635 08 Tools and Plumbing Hardware∼ l12818 MU[TIPLE 011.0013217
0111049.520000 S 1′ 919.57 Tools and P!umbing Hardware∼ l12818 MULTIPLE 0110013217
01/10/2019 7860 S 6′ 112.46

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NIUMBER

001481-VER!ZON WiRELESS 011.9019.560010 S 107 00 Period:Oct 08-Nov 07 110718_MULTIPLE(


2)

0119019560010 S 182 46 Period:Oct 08‐ Nov 07 110718_MULTIPLE(


2)

0119019560010 S 298.75 Period:Oct 08-Nov 07 110718_MULTIPL[(


2)

0119019.560010 S 564.38 Period:Oct 08-Nov 07 110718_MULTIPLE(


2)

0119019560010 S 1′ 569 74 Period:Oct 08-Nov 07 110718_MULT:PLE(


2)

0119019560010 S 1,932 59 Period:Oct 08-Nov 07 110718_MULTIPLE(


2)

0119019.560010 S 257 49 Period:Oct 08-Nov 07 110718_MULTIPLE(


2)

0119019.560010 S 1,378 68 Period:Oct 08‐ Nov 07 110718_MULTIPLE(


2)

011.9019560010 S 738.64 Period:Oct 08-Nov 07 110718_MULT:PLE(


2)

0119019.560010 S 51 21 Period:Oct 08-Nov 07 110718_MULT:PLE(


2)

011.9019560010 S 49.55 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718 MULTIPLE


011.9019560010 S 107 07 Period:Nov 08‐ Dec 07 120718 MULTIPLE
011.9019.560010 S 182.55 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718 MUピ「IPLE
0119019560010 S 298.75 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718 MULTIPLE
011.9019.560010 S 566.25 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718 MULT:PLE 226
0119019560010 S 1′ 576 70 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718 MULTIPLE
0119019560010 S 1′ 971 31 Per:od:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718 MULTIPLE

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VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOuNT DESCR:PT:ON INV01CE P.0.# DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

001481-V[R!ZON WiRELESS 011 9019 560010 S 659 68 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718 MULTIPLE
0119019.560010 5 828 16 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718 MULTIPLE
0119019560010 S 690.85 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718 MULTIPLE
01/10/2019 7861 S 14′ 011.81

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‐ ‐
COu南 ■ ■NvaCE■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ・ PAYMENT PAYMENT I PAYME問
■ │■ ‐ ■ ■・ ■ κ ■ ■
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOuNT DttR]P■ ON INV01CE P.0.# DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

002412-CALIFORNIA ISO 055.9200.500150 S 34,797.78 Recalculation Charges 12118 201901083140751


447
055.9200.500170 S 215.82 Recalculation Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500190 S 138.67 Recalculation Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500210 S 140.17 Recalculation Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500150 S -SS.Z3 Recalculation Charges 06/17 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500170 S 9.99 Recalculation Charges 06/17 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500190 S 14.11 Recalculation Charges 05/17 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500210 $ L76.76 Recalculation charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500150 s 34,511.98 Recalculation Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500190 S 185.87 Recalculation Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500170 5 -7L8.72 Recalculation Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500150 5 324,629.11 lnitial Charges 01/19 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500210 S 9,355.95 lnitial Charges 01/19 201901083140751
447 228
055.9200.500170 s -8,119.90 lnitial charges 01/19 201901083140751
447

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NUMBER AMOUNT DESCRIPT10N INVOiCE

002412-CALiFORN:A:SO 055.9200500190 S -5′ 662.66 lnitial Charges 01/19 201901083140751


447
0559200500150 S 302′ 544.34 lnitial Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
0559200.500170 S 967′ 86936 lnitial Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200500190 S 2′ 74739 lnitial Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200.500210 S 5,275.27 lnitial Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
0559200.500240 5 6′ 553.58 lnitial Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
0559200.500180 S -2′ 655.56 lnitial Charges 12118 201901083140751
447
055.9200500150 S -113.21 Recalcu lation Charges 03/18 201901083140751
447
0559200.500170 S 1585 Recalculation Charges
‐ 03/18 201901083140751
447
0559200.500190 S 20822 Recalculation Charges 03/18 201901083140751
447
055.9200500150 S -0.51 Recalculation CharBes 12/15 201901083140751
447
055.9200500170 S -1.02 Reca lculation Charges 12/15 201901083140751
447
01/15/2019 7862 S l′ 672′ 01972
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ELECTRONiC
I ACCOUNT■ iNVOICE II PAYMENT PAYMENI PAYMENT
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOUNT DESCR:PT]ON :NVOICE P.0.I DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

005529‐ BRIAN BYUN 011.1024.510000 S 6.91 Reimb Postage 010719


0111024.502030 5 150.00 Vision Benents/B Byun 112118
01/15/2019 7863 S 156.91

005986-ALFREDO CARDENAS 020 1084.502030 S l,500.00 HSA Emp10ver Contr:bu● on∼ 010919
01/15/2019 7864 S l′ 50000

001906-WILLIAM DAVIS 011 1001 502030 S l′ 500 00 HSA Emp10yer Contribujon∼ 010919
01/15/2019 7865 S l′ 500.00

001605- LUZ MARTINEZ 0111001.502030 S l,500 00 HSA Emp10ver Contribujon∼ 010919


01/15/2019 7866 S l,500.00

006494- WENDELL WALL 020 1084 502030 S l′ 500 00 HSA Emp10ve"Contribu6on∼ 010919
01/15/2019 7867 5 1′ 500.00

005155‐ STEV[N FROB[RG 011 1048.596200 S 100.00 Grant Committee S● pend 121218
01/15/2019 7868 S 10000

005875- FRANCISCO M GAV!NA′ JR 011 1048 596200 S 100 00 Grant Committee Stlpend 121218
01/15/2019 7869 S 100.00

002426- CH2M HILL ENGINE[RS′ INC 055 9000.596200 5 5,807 52 Env Support Services 697275CH003
01/15/2019 7870 S 5′ 80752

005108-JEMMOttT ROLLINS GROUP, 0111021797000 S 13,750.00 Professional Services DEC18


iNC 230
01/15/2019 7871 5 13′ 75000

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vENDOR NAML AND NOMBER ヽuM麟 L晨 ■ │││I AM6し T DESCRIPT10N AMOulNT

“ 76788800
003053-LEVEL 3 COMMUNICAT10NS, 057.1057500173 5 4,633.05 Upstream lnternet Access Services
LLC
01/15/2019 7872 5 4′ 633.05

006120-WESTERN ALL!ED 0111049.590000 S 1,386.00 Air Conditioner Maintenance 901775


CORPORAT10N
01/15/2019 7873 S 1′ 38600

001695-VULCAN MATERIALS CO 056.5600520000 836.00 Paving Materials∼ 72018052 0560000537


056.5600.520000 87 60 Paving Materials∼ 72042668 0560000537
01/15/2019 7874 S 923.60

002515- POW[REX CORP 0559200500154 S 10,244 00 Energv Purchases 12/18 50953740


01/15/2019 7875 S 10′ 244.00

004075-THE DEPARTM[NT OFTHE 011111100 1′ 216 73 Misapplied Credit&lnterest Charges 010719


TREASURY
011.1004596200 41.43 Misapplied Credit&lnterest Charges 010719
01/15/2019 7876 S 1′ 25816

001581-THE GAS COMPANY 011.1033.560000 200 98 Period:11/18 121418(4)


0111033.560000 50.25 Period:11/18 121418(5)
01/16/2019 7877 s 251.23

005067‐ B10FUEL GENERAT10N 055.9200.500162 S 27,29000 B;omethane RPS122018


SERViCES′ L
01/17/2019 7878 S 27′ 231
290.00

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VI“ DORI` AMビ AND NUMBER AMOuNT DESCRIPT10N :NVOiCE

005529-3RIAN BYUN 011.1024596500 S 61.04 Deposition Attendance- 121218


01/17/2019 7879 S 61.04

000714-CALPERS 0111024502020 41,41608 RBF: D. Brearley 100000015530328


0111031502020 3′ 491.76 RBF: D. Calleros 100000015530328
0201084502020 3′ 97416 RBF: M. DeFrank 100000015530328
011.1033502020 187.32 RBF: M. Hansen 100000015530328
0111026.502020 40140 RBF: D. Keen 100000015530328
0111026502020 10,70340 RBF: M. Valenzuela 100000015530328
011.1002502020 2,221.97 RBF: M. Whitworth 100000015530328
0111033502020 12,591.19 RBF: M. Whitworth 100000015530328
0201084.502020 16,901.16 RBF: S. WiIson 100000015530328
011.1040502020 67′ 60464 RBF: S. Wilson 100000015530328
01/17/2019 7880 S 159′ 49308

000249- FEDEX oll 1002.520000 33.54 Period:12/18 640745958


0111026.520000 24 30 Period:12/18 641409020
0559000520000 125.67 Period:12/18 641409020
0559000.520000 82.13 Period:12/18 642072332
01/17/2019 7881 5 26564

001552-HOME DEPOT CREDIT 011.1033520000 S 258.06 Small Tools & Plumbing Hardware- 112718 MULTIPLE 011.0013222
SERVICES
01/17/2019 7882 S 232
26806

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ACCOuNT INVOiCE PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT
V「 AND"U“ ,「 R II‐ Nu“ ‐
,「 ■│ ‐
押 OUNT DESCR:PT10N ■ ‐ lNVOICE _ P.0.■ ‐I DATE INUMBER I‐ I AMOUNT
",9,N^MF‐ “
002190-OFFICE DEPOT 0111026.520000 S 11.69 Suppiles 232871505001
011.1026520000 5 53 50 Supplies 232871686001
0111002520000 5 189 30 Supplies 234662498001
0111004.520000 S 80 93 Supplies 239259576001
0111004520000 S -80 93 Supplies 243102262001
011.1002520000 S 124 60 Supplies 246788488001
0111040.520000 S 14.27 Supplies 247011813001
0111041520000 S 68 34 Supplies 247011813001
0111043.520000 S 42.90 Supplies 247011813001
0111040.520000 S 1 36 Sales Tax 9 5% 247011813001
011.1041520000 S 6.49 Sales Tax 9 5% 247011813001
0111043.520000 5 4 07 Sales Tax 9 5% 247011813001
0111040.520000 5 31 13 Supplies 247011814001
011.1033.510000 S 385 46 Supplies 247018037001
011.1033510000 S 20.22 Supplies 247018037002
0111004520000 S 437 51 Supplies 247024577001
011.1004.520000 S 7 98 Supplies 247032012001
0558000520000 S 19.40 Supplies 248434308001
055.9000.520000 S 36 89 Suppiies 248434308001
01/17/2019 7883 S 1′ 45511

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FEBRUARY 5′ 2019

ELECrRONIC

VENDOR NAMI AND NI● │[R II■ Nり ,ER _P.ql l‐ .呼 Nり BER■ 1叩 oり NT

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003336‐ BICENT(CALIFORN:A) 0559200.500150 228,097.82 Energy Re!ated Payment 12201801
MALBURG′ L
0559200.500180 3′ 512,233 80 Capacity Pavment 12201801
01/18/2019 7884 S 3′ 740,331.62

003407-VERNON POLICE OFFICERS 011.210250 1,913.56 Police Association Member Dues: Payment Ben213081
BEN[FIT
01/17/2019 7885 S 1′ 91356

005392‐ TEAMSTERS LOCAL 911 011210250 S 1,980.00 Teamsters Local 911 Dues: Payment Ben213073
020210250 S 350.00 Teamsters Local 911 Dues: Payment Ben213073
055.210250 S 208.80 Teamsters Local 911 Dues: Payment Ben213073
057210250 S 7.20 Teamsters Local 911 Dues: Payment 8en213073
01/17/2019 7886 S 2′ 556.00

003141-VERNON F!REMENS 011210250 3,138.00 Fire House Fund: Payment Ben213085


ASSOCIAT10N
01/17/2019 7887 S 3,13800

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PAVMENT ■PAYMENT PAYMENT
INVOtCE P.0.# DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

003168-lCMA RETIREMENT TR∪ ST 011210220 55′ 49366 Deferred Compensation: Payment Ben213077
457
020210220 87617 Deferred Compensation : Payment Ben213077
055210220 7,705.80 Deferred Compensation: Payment Ben213077
056210220 1′ 32553 Deferred Compensation : Payment 3en213077
057210220 9499 Deferred Compensation : Payment Ben213077
011210220 -25′ 000.00 Deferred Compensation: Payment- Ben213077
011_210220 30,00000 Deferred Compensation: Payment- Ben213077
01/17/2019 7888 5 70′ 49615

003146-CITY OF VERNON′ FSA 011100013 48060 FSA - Dependent: Payment Ben213079


ACCOUNT
011100013 253.47 FSA - Medical: Payment 3en213079
01/17/2019 7889 S 734.07

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vEND98 NAME ANp Nり BER.1 BER■ ││‐ ■ AMOり NT pF'CRIPT19N い .lFF ■IP。 9,1 .
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000714- CALPERS 011.210240 207′ 489.18 PERS Contributions: Payment Ben213075
020.210240 8′ 986.12 PERS Contributions: Payment Ben213075
055210240 33′ 905.26 PERS Contributions: Payment 3en213075
056.210240 3′ 36057 PERS Contributions: Payment Ben213075
057210240 585.37 PERS Contributions: Payment Ben213075
011.210240 181.35 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben213075
020.210240 14.18 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben213075
055210240 3558 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben213075
056.210240 372 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben213075
057210240 046 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben213075
011.210240 308.85 PERS Buy-back: Payment Ben213075
011210240 -4,18391 PIP: L2/09-L2122/18 - Retirement- Ben213075
020.210240 2664
‐ P I P : 12 1 09 -LZl 22 l t8 - Reti reme nt- Ben213075
011.1004.530034 ‐
0.19 Rounding adjustment Ben213075
01/22/2019 7890 S 250′ 659.90

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OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
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FEBRUARY 5,2019

ELECTRONiC
PAYMENT
INV01CE P.0.# IDATE
、UM,ER‐ ‐ ■‐‐ ^VOUNT P,SCRIPT19N

004075-THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 011210210 148,749.94 Federal Withholding: Payment Ben213063


TREASURY
020210210 5,578.55 Federal Withholding: Payment 3en213063
055210210 23′ 30386 Federal Withholding: Payment Ben213063
056210210 2′ 235.80 Federal Withholding: Payment Ben213063
057.210210 41522 Federal Withholding: Payment Ben213063
011210210 32′ 202.03 Medicare: Payment Ben213063
020210210 1′ 587.84 Medicare: Payment Ben213063
055.210210 6′ 196.88 Medicare: Payment Ben213063
056210210 63462 Medicare: Payment 3en213063
057.210210 9768 Medicare: Payment Ben213063
011210210 13034 Social Security Tax: Payment Ben213063
011210210 -2,947.45 Federa I withholding: Payment- Ben213063
011210210 -42834 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063
011210210 -37′ 84231 Federal withholding: Payment- Ben213063
011.210210 ‐
5,74713 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063
020210210 4620 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063
055.210210 789.80 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063
056.210210 132.00 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063
020.210210 6.06 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063
055.210210 10414 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063
056.210210 17.40 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063 237
011.210210 22′ 601.05 Federal withholding: Payment- Ben213063

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κ ∞ UNT WVOICE ‐
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VENDOR NAM=ANb NUMIIR ■ 由むMBEII ■ │‐ AMbUN+6ESCRII■ 10由 │ ・ ■ ■ ・ :NVOiCE ‐ poα l 1 111脚 「 竃 MШ ■ 驚 浙 器

004075‐ THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 011 210210 S 3′ 84924 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063
TREASURY
011210210 S 550 Federal withholding: Payment- 3en213063
011.210210 S 0.72 Medicare: Payment- Ben213063
01/18/2019 7891 S 201,71964

001635-EMPLOYMENT 011210210 S 56′ 331.93 State Wthholding:Pavment Ben213065


DEVELOPMENT DEPT
020210210 S 2′ 098 85 State Withholding:Payment 3en213065
055210210 S 9′ 897 89 State Wthholding:Pavment Ben213065
056.210210 S l,066.79 State Withholding:Pavment Ben213065
057210210 S 189 46 State Wthholding:Payment 3en213065
011210210 S -11′ 352.69 State Withhoiding:Payment∼ 3en213065
011210210 S -884 53 State Wthholding:Pavment∼ Ben213065
020210210 S 13.86 State Wthholding:Payment∼ Ben213065
055210210 5 236.94 State Wthholding:Payment∼ Ben213065
056210210 5 39 60 State Withholding:Pavment∼ Ben213065
011210210 5 6′ 780 31 State Wthholding:Payment∼ Ben213065
011.210210 S l.65 State Withholding:Pavment∼ Ben213065
01/18/2019 7892 S 64′ 420.06

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AMOUNT ‐DATE NUMBER ‐AMOUNT


VENDOR NAME AND NUMB=R NUM,ER ■ Av‐ 9UNT DESCRIPT10N

004074-STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT 011 210260 969 23 Ch‖ d SupportI Pavment Ben213083
011.210260 l,402 15 Ch‖ d Support:Pavment Ben213083
011210260 78 92 Child Support:Pavment Ben213083
011210260 53 07 Child Support:Pavment Ben213083
055210260 368 76 Ch‖ d Support:Pavment Ben213083
01/22/2019 7893 S 2′ 872.13

000059-SO CAL EDISON 055.8100.560010 31 66 Period:12/18 122918


0111043560000 33 90 Period:12/18 122918(2)
01/18/2019 7894 S 6556

011.1041520000 ‐
8.56 Period:09/18 933312378
001617- UPS
0111033520000 40 95 Period:12/18 933312518
011.1048.520000 14.30 Period:12/18 933312518
011.1041.520000 51.03 Period:12/18 933312518
0111041.520000 29.00 Period:12/18 933312528
01/18/2019 7895 S 12672

006198-JRM 0558100596200 S 35′ 758.67 Security Services 3141


01/22/2019 7896 S 35,758.67

006314‐ NRG POW[R MARKETING′ 0559200.500180 S 11′ 400.00 Capacity Charges 12/18 PCP012019195204
LLC
01/22/2019 7897 S 11,40000
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AMOUNT DESCR:PT10N

055200400 S l,368,891.12 Electnc service Maintenance 180265


003049‐ PETRELLl[LECTRIC′ lNC
01/22/2019 7898 5 1,368′ 89112

002227-US DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY 055.9200500150 S 31,130 93 Boulder Canyon Prolect Charges 12/18 GG1766W1218
055.9200500180 S 18′ 174 43 Boulder Canyon Prolect Charges 12/18 GG1766W1218
01/22/2019 7899 5 49′ 30536

002412-CALIFORNIA:SO 0559200.500150 S 1672 lnitial Charges 01/19 201901153140790


288
0559200500150 S 161′ 51316 lnitial Charges 01/19 201901153140790
448
0559200500210 S 14,32298 lni6al Charges 01/19 201901153140790
448
0559200500170 S -15,78152 lnitial Charges 01/19 201901153140790
448
0559200.500190 S -18′ 45566 lnitial Charges 01/19 201901153140790
448
055.9200500150 S 2′ 149.13 Recalculation Charges 12/18 201901153140790
448
0559200500170 S 541.97 Recalculation CharBes 12/18 201901153140790
448
0559200.500190 S -151.92 Recalculation Charges 12/18 201901153140790
448
0559200.500210 S -119.82 Recalculation Charges 12/18 201901153140790
448
01/23/2019 7900 S 144,03504
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― ‐ 叩 MENT■ PAYMENT ttM「 NT
‐ ■ ■ ・P.0.#
↓:Nふ 31品 鳥 EttDN6MB:1■ 1鵬 鮮 │ 」艤£ [::ESCllP■ 旧お lcご ・ ・ DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

`1
001490-ALL CITY MANAGEMENT 011 1031 594200 5 1′ 156 20 School Crossing Guard Services 58319
SERVICES
01/23/2019 7901 5 1′ 15620

003441 - ENTERPRISE FM TRUST 011.4031.840000 S 898.58 Monthly Lease Charges FBN3630830


01/23/2019 7902 5 89858

006198-」 RM 011.1031.596200 S 20,530.00 SecurityServices 3155


01/23/2019 7903 S 20′ 53000

001695-VULCAN MATER:ALS C0 055.8300 590000 5 246 68 Asphalt∼ 71974678 0110013274


01/23/2019 7904 S 24668

004075-THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 011.210210 5 39.44 Colonial Medicare Pavment― EE1058 101818
TREASURY
10/18/2018 7905 S 39.44

004075-THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 011 210210 S l16 Co!onial Medicare Payment― EE1058 103118
TREASURY
10/31/2018 7906 S l 16

001552- HOME DEPOT CREDIT 020.1084520000 S 211.23 3u‖ ding Materials&Hardware∼ 8264832 0110013200
SERVICES
01/23/2019 7907 5 211.23

002190- OFFIC[DEPOT 0111031.520000 S 618 18 Supplies 245894538001


0111031520000 S 20 90 Supplies 245894538002
01/23/2019 7908 S
241
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FEBRUARY 5′ 2019

■ I PAYMENT PAVMENT PAYMENT


AMOUNT DESCRlPT10N :NV01'「 ■■ ‐
‐│■ P,9,1 ‐ │‐ DATE _ NvM,「 暉 │‐ ^“ 9り 町

000059‐ SO CAL EDISON 055.9200560010 S 729.44 Petiodi ].2118 010319


01/23/2019 7909 S 72944

001481-VERIZON WIR[LESS 055.9000560010 S 712.28 Period:Nov 08‐ Dec 07 120718_MULTIPLE(


2)

0558000560010 S 2,710 13 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718_MULTIPLE(


2)

0558200560010 S 1′ 594 48 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718_M U LTIPLE(


2)

0565600560010 S 197 88 Period:Nov 08-Dec 07 120718_MU LTIPLE(


2)
01/24/2019 7910 S 5′ 21477

005614- NORTHWEST ELECTR:CAL 055.9000595200 22′ 301.95 Technical Design Services 1736
SERVICES′
0201084900000 21′ 258.05 Technical DeSign Services 1736
055.8100.595200 442 61 Technical Design Services 1736
01/25/2019 7911 5 44′ 002.61

001079-S!EMENS MOBIL:TY′ INC 0111043590000 2,100.00 Traffic Signal Maintenance 5610093537


011.1043.590000 3,239.00 Traffic Signal Maintenance 5610149355
0111043590000 2,48L.48 Traffic Signal Maintenance 5620022916
01/25/2019 7912 S 7′ 82048

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ELECrRONIC
ACCOUNT ■ lNVOICE ■PAYMENT I PAYMENT ■ PAYMENI
■ │ ■ ■ ‐
NUMBER Aぃ 0り NT,ES,RIPT10甲 . . lNVOiCE P.0.# 叩 ‐ NUMBER ‐ ‐ 9り 嘔
^M‐

005594-US BANK CORPORATE 0111033.520000 944.00 Supplies 112318


0111033.560000 92 98 Cable Subscriptlon 112318
0111033520000 263.24 MeaL/COmmunty Outreach 112318
0111033.570000 l′ 786 96 Vehicle[xpense 112318
0559100.596500 -30.00 DepOsit Return 112318(10)
0111026.520000 415 99 Supplies 112318(11)
055.9000596500 298.96 Airiine 112318(12)
0559000.596700 206 51 MeaL/SCPPA Meeung 112318(12)
055.9000596550 83 32 Cable Subscrip● on 112318(13)
0111031596500 786 60 Hoteis/K Stevenson 112318(14)
0201084.520000 158.20 Supplles 112318(15)
0111033520000 49 25 Supplies 112318(16)
011.1002596500 16.00 Vehicle Expense 112318(17)
011.1002596500 6628 Meak/Mee● ng 112318(17)
0111002.596500 389 00 Travel Expense 112318(17)
0111043.520000 985.47 Supplies 112318{18)
0111041.520000 328 49 Supplies 112318(18)
0111043596700 75 00 Training/F Velasco 112318(18)
0111043.596600 40 00 Subscriptlon ReneWal 112318(18)
011.1041596700 390.00 Training/w Cruz 112318(18)
011.1040596700 390 00 Training/A.Zarate 112318(18)
243
0111041.596700 195.00 Training/C.CanO 112318(18)
0111041.596700 390.00 Training/」 MoOre 112318(18)

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ELECrRONIC
■■ ‐ ■ │ ■ ■
・ I PAYMENT‐ I PAYMENT ■ ■■PAYMENT
│ │ ││ ‐ ● ││ │ I ACCOuNTII . :NVOICE ‐ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER ‐AMOり NT PE,cF:PT10N‐ . ■‐ . _ :NV。 ・,「 ‐ ■ P・ 0,l DATE■ ‐NUMBER ‐ _AMOuNT

005594-US BANK CORPORATE 011.1041.596700 S 585 00 Training/w.Reynoso 112318(18)


011.1043596700 S 75.00 Training/L Melendez 112318(18)
0111033.520000 S 391 80 Supplies 112318(19)
011.1033520000 S -218 30 Credit 112318(19)
011.1033520000 S 484.44 Supplies 112318(2)
0111033.520000 S 124 35 Supp!ies 112318(2)
0111033.520000 S 93 08 GPS Antenna 112318(2)
0111031550000 S 102.87 Community Outreach Event 112318(20)
011.1031520000 S 205 84 Supplies 112318(20)
0115031.560000 5 53 54 Cable Subscriptlon 112318(20)
0111031.596500 S 948.25 Hoteis 112318(20)
011.1033.520000 S 433 07 Supplies 112318(21)
0111060.596550 S 692.56 Hote!s 112318(22)
011.1023.596600 S 23 96 LA Times Subscrip● On 112318(22)
0201084.520000 S 481.76 Supplies 112318{23)
055.9000.520000 S 32.87 Supplies 112318(23)
0111002570000 S 395 99 Vehicle Expense 112318(23)
0558000.590000 S 573 73 Repairs&Maintenance 112318(23)
055.9000.520000 S -26.83 Returns 112318(23)
0119019520010 S 16 39 1T Supplies 112318{23)
011.1043.520000 S 329.65 Supplies 112318{24)
190.70 Meals/Meeung 112318(25)
244
011.1024.520000 S
0111024596200 S 23472 F‖ ing Senノ iCeS 112318(25)

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OPERATING ACCOUNT
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FEBRUARY 5′ 2019

ELECrRONIC

:NVOICE 腱OMBER AMOuⅢ


VENDOR‐ AMLAND NU‐ MBER NUMBER

011.1024.596600 689 42 3ooks`L Publicatlons 112318(25)
005594-US BANK CORPORATE S
0111024596500 S 22.00 Travel Expense 112318(26)
0111024.510000 S 24.70 0fice Expense 112318{26)
0111024596550 S 499 00 Membersh;p DueS 112318(26)
0111004.596550 S 150.00 Membership Dues 112318{27)
011.1004.596700 S 350 00 Conference Registra● on/C.Gaytan 112318(27)
0111004596700 S 320 00 Conference Registra● on 112318(27)
0559000520000 S 55.68 Supplies 112318(28)
0558000.596700 S 463 08 Hotels 112318(28)
0559000596600 S 27.95 LA Times Subscrip● on 112318(28)
011.1049520000 S 284.78 Supplies 112318(29)
0111048.520000 S 65 44 Supplies 112318(29)
011.9019520010 S 347.72 :T Supplies 112318(3)
0119019520010 S 780.82 1T Supplies 112318(3)

011.9019.520010 S 79889 !T Supplies 112318(3)


011.9019.520010 S 148.06 !T Supplies 112318{3)
011.9019520010 S 415 67 1T Supplies 112318(3)
0119019.520010 S 29 99 1T Supplies 112318(3)
011.9019.520010 S 254.95 :T Supplies 112318(3)
0119019520010 S 14 99 1T Supplies 112318(3)
0119019.520010 S 503 66 PW Camera System W 112318(3)
245
011.9019.520010 S 14 22 Ama20n P“ me Membership 112318(3)
0119019.520010 S 408.00 Survey Monkeyfbr VPU 112318(3)

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OPERATING ACCOUNT
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ELECTRONiC
‐ ■│ ■ │

■ │ FT I │ ■│ │‐ ‐ ■ ACCOUNす ●│ ‐ ‐lNVOICE 「「 PAVMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT

vFN00R NAMF‐ AND Nり ■ 3「 .
1 ‐ ‐ NUMBER I ‐ │IMOUNT DE,cR:P¬ ON I ■ ■ ■● :NVOiCE■ P10。 ■ │ ■‐ DATEI NUMBER I I AMOUNT

005594-US BANK CORPORATE 0119019520010 S 339 98 SSL Cerl■ cate 112318{3)


0119019.520010 5 75 00 Microsoft OneDnve 112318(3)
0119019.520010 S 36 00 GoToMee● ng 112318(3)
0111031570000 S 68.76 Vehicie Expense 112318(30)
011.1003520000 S 284.65 Supplies 112318(31)
0111003.596500 S 160.62 Travel Expense 112318(31)
0111004520000 S 108 14 Supplies 112318{32)
0201084.520000 S 437.82 Supp!ies 112318(33)
0111043.520000 5 3′ 529 09 Supplies 112318(34)
011.1049.520000 S 162 50 Supplies 112318(34)
011199999 5 122.90 To 3e Relrnbursed 112318(34)
0111031550000 S 106 84 Community Outreach Event 112318(35}
0111031.596550 S 125 00 Membership Dues 112318(35)
011.1043.520000 S 362.40 Supplies 112318(36)
0111049.520000 S l′ 628.02 Supplies 112318(36)
011.1049590000 S 2′ 613.90 Repairs&Maintenance 112318(37)
0111033.520000 S 765.73 Supplies 112318(38)
0111033520000 S 175 17 Supplies 112318(39)
0559000.520000 S 125.72 Supplies 112318(4)
055.9000596500 S 20 00 Travei Expense 112318(4)
011.1033520000 S 969.99 Supphes 112318(40)
112318(41)
246
0559000.520000 S 58.03 Supplies
0559000596700 S 20 00 Travel Expense 112318(41)

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NUMBEn AMOuNT DESCRl,■ ON

0111026.596900 72.37 Emp10yee Func● ons 112318(42)


005594- US BANK CORPORATE
0111046520000 16 97 Supplies 112318{43)
0111004520000 5 49 FederalE‐ F‖ ing 112318(44)
0111033570000 100 00 Vehicle Expense 112318(45)
0111026596900 153.00 2018 Ha‖ oween Event 112318(5)

0111026550000 50 00 Job POStlng 112318{5)


0111026.596905 7049 Meaに ノlnteⅣ iew Panel 112318(5)
011.1026596900 18.97 Ha‖ oween Prize 112318(5)

0111026596900 31 59 2018 Holidav Event 112318(5)


0111026.596900 163.74 2018 Holiday Event 112318(5)

0111049.520000 361.02 Supplies 112318(6)


0111049520000 l′ 299 91 Supplies 112318(6)

011.1043.520000 417.85 Suppiies 112318{7)

011.1021550000 420 51 Community Outreach Event 112318(8)

oll 1002.520000 353.71 Community Outreach Event 112318(8)


0111002596500 650 00 Registra● on/C.Fandino 112318{8)

0111060.520000 l19.30 Supplies 112318(8)


0559100.520000 129.00 Supplles 112318{8)
0111031.550000 122.54 Community Outreach Event 112318(9)
0111031.596500 504 90 HoteiS/A Favela 112318(9)
011.1031596500 452 56 Hotels/」 CrOSS 112318(9)
112318(9)
247
0111031.596550 190 00 Membership Dues/A.Miranda
0119019520010 2′ 755 92 PUMA-5 Digital Recorders&Mgmt Software 112318(9)

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PAYMENT
NUMBER ' ‐
AMOUNT DESCRIPT10N I DATご ■ ‖OMILR ‐ AM6oNT

005594- US BANK CORPORATE 011.1031.520000 S 231.26 Supplies 112318(9)


0111031596700 S 125 00 Training/B Arellano 112318(9)
0111031596700 S 7 00 Training/J CroSS 112318(9)
0111031540000 S l,916 75 Uniforms 112318{9)
01/25/2019 7913 S 44′ 250.82

006056-VAISALA′ INC 0559000900000 S 9′ 000 00 SkyServe Services 301131836


01/25/2019 7914 S 9′ 00000

000153-CITIGROUP ENERGY′ INC 0559200.500160 S 4′ 071,161 85 Natural Gas 12/18 7799647


01/25/2019 7915 5 4′ 071,161.85

006318-MIECO′ INC 0559200500160 S 9′ 855.00 Natura!Gas 12/18 252669


01/25/2019 7916 S 9′ 85500

005604-SEQUENT ENERGY 055,9200.500160 S 1,260.00 Natural Gas 12/18 38558312


MANAGEMENT′ LP
01/25/2019 7917 S 1′ 260.00

006483-SACRAMENTO MUNICiPAL 0559200.500160 S l′ 283′ 95800 Natural Gas Expense 96240918


UTILITγ D
055.9200.450026 S -1,188′ 85000 Natural Gas Sales 96240918
01/25/2019 7918 S 95′ 10800

006086- MACQUARIE ENERGY′ LLC 0559200500160 S 155,161 00 Natura:Gas 12/18 GASi00109028


01/25/2019 7919 S 155′ 161.00
248

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FEBRUARY 5′ 2019

ELECrRON:C
ACCOUNT ‐ │ │ PNMENI PAYMENT ‐ ‐PAYMENT
│ ■ │:NVOl年 ■ ■ │ │ │ │ ・ ‐ ■ ■ ‐
■‐ ■ ■ ・ ││ │ ‐ ‐ ‐ ■
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER 雨uMBEl A
MOuNT DESCRiP■ ON

INVOiCE P.0。 #‐
. ‐ ‐DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

002517- SO CAL PUBLIC POWER 055.9200500154 S 227,048 85 Astoria 2 Solar Project ATSP0119
AUTHORITY
01/25/2019 7920 5 227,048.85

002517-SO CAL PUBLIC POVVER 055 9200.596200 5 4′ 162.21 Resolutlon Billing 119
AUTHORITY
055.9000596200 S 15′ 621 36 Resolu● on Billing 119
0559000596700 S 9,294 26 ResOlu6on Billing 119
0557200596702 5 8′ 000 00 Resolujon B‖ ‖
ng 119
01/25/2019 7921 5 37,07783

004075-THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 011 210210 5 49 30 Third‐ Party Sick Pay Ben212868
TREASURY
11/28/2018 7922 5 49.30

004075-THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 011.210210 S 28 28 Third― Party Sick Pav Ben212870


TREASURY
12/21/2018 7923 5 2828

001617- UPS 0111041.520000 S 29.00 Period:12/18 933312019


011.1033520000 S 28.72 Period:12/18 933312019
0111041.520000 S 56.06 Period:12/18 933312029
01/25/2019 7924 S l13 78

TOTAL ELECTRONIC s 13′ 768,114.87

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AMOり NT PE5,RlPT10ヽ │ INVOiCE


`UV'「 R ‐ Nり M,「 RI

‐ ‐│‐

005174-ALL AM[RICAN TROPHY& 0111026596900 S 45.99 Perpetual Plate UPdates 106501


ENGRAVIN
01/08/2019 601840 s 4599

005667-ALTA PLANNING DESIGN 0111043596200 S 926.90 Professional Services 20181871


011.3043596200 S 5,252.46 Professional Services 20181871
01/08/2019 601841 5 6′ 17936

001948- AT&T 0119019.560010 637 87 Period:11/20/18-12/19/18 122018


0119019560010 164 14 Period:11/20/18‐ 12/19/18 122018(2)
01/08/2019 601842 S 802.01

001948-AT&T 0559000.560010 228.88 Period:11/10/18-12/09/18 12306742


0565600560010 596 26 Period:11/10/18-12/09/18 12306745
0565600560010 20.73 Period:11/10/18-12/09/18 12306844
01/08/2019 601843 S 845.87

ATHENS:NSURANCE 0111004502090 S 75.00 Claims Entered 10/18 IVC596


004303‐
SERVICES′ INC
01/08/2019 601844 S 75.00

000294- BACKFLOW APPARATUS& 0111049590000 S 400.00 Backflow Device Repairs 881002


VALVE COM
01/08/2019 601845 S 400.00

006054- 3EARCOM 0111033594000 S 581.66 SC Service Agreement 4762567


1′

01/08/2019 601846 S 1′
250
58166

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EARLV CHECKS
・■ │・ ‐
│ │‐ │ ‐・ │ I ACCOuNT ■ ‐ 1 lNVOiCE ■‐ ‐ ■ ‐ ■ │ ・ ││ ■ ‐ ‐
PAYMENT. ・ ‐CHECK ‐
PAYMENT
M,ER UMBER ‐ ‐ │. :NV01CE P.Ot# │ │ I DATE ■ ■Nじ MBER AMOUINT
VEN00R NAME AN,Nυ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ AMOUNT DESCRIPT10N I■

006293- B― LINE INVESTIGAT10NS′ lNC 0111031 596200 S 2′ 231 00 Background lnvestlgatlon Services 1022
01/08/2019 601847 5 2′ 23100

001721-CALOX′ INC 0111033590000 S 15 00 0xYgen Bottle Ren‖ 522024


01/08/2019 601848 5 1500

004511- CASE ANYVVHERE′ LLC 011 1024 596200 S 120 00 System Access Fee 147772
0111024.596200 S 13 20 System Access Fee 149043
01/08/2019 601849 S 133.20

oo14o1 - CENTRAL BASIN MWD 020.1084.500130 s 61,825.85 Potable Water Breakdown VERNOV18
01/08/2019 601850 S 61′ 825.86

003846-CITγ OF HUNTINGTON PARK 011 1031 594200 S 4′ 760.25 Prisoner Booking Log 07/18 19607
011.1031594200 5 4′ 573 25 Prisoner BookerLog o8/18 19611
011.1031594200 5 5′ 173 50 Prisoner Booking Log o9/18 19614
01/08/2019 601851 S 14′ 50700

000947-DA:LY JOURNAL 011.1003.550000 S 100.80 Publication Services B3199272


CORPORAT10N
01/08/2019 601852 S 100.80

002566 - DEWEY PEST CONTROL 011.1048.596200 S 33.33 Pest Control Services 12290138
01/08/2019 601853 S 3333

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NUMBER ‐│ DESCRIPT10N lNVOiCE ■ DATE. │ ■Nり M,FR ‐ .AMOuNT


│ ‐

011.1033.596200 199 00 Black Test Stlck∼ 37403 011.0013437


005259-DON WOLF&ASSOCIATES′
INC
0111033.596200 18 91 Sales Tax 9 5% 37403
01/08/2019 6018s4 s 21791

0111043596700 5 1,800.00 Hazwoper Training 317629


005229-EHS INTERNAT10NAL′ lNC
01/08/2019 601855 S 1′ 80000

0111021596200 S 100.00 Grant Committee Attendance 112818


004937-MICHAELJ GAVINA
01/08/2019 601856 S 10000

HDL COREN 8tCON[ 0111004.596200 S 15,000.00 Direct Assessment Services- 261311N


003065‐
01/08/2019 601857 S 16′ 00000

0119019590110 S 855.54 Business License Software 135381N


000346- HDLSOFTWAR[′ LLC
01/08/2019 601858 5 85554

HiNDERLITER DELLAMAS& 011.1004.596200 S 035 73 Contract&Audit Services 302461N


003076‐ 2′

ASSOC
01/08/2019 601859 S 2,03573

005173-!NVESTIGAT!VE POLYGRAPH 0111031596200 S 577.50 Background lnvestigation Services


SVC
01/08/2019 601860 S 57750

0111041595200 S 1,320.00 Plan Check & lnspection Services B113122


005080-JAS PACIFiC
0111041595200 S 2,343.75 Plan Check & lnspection Services PC5234 252
01/08/2019 601861 S 3′ 66375

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AMOUNT DESCR:PT:ON lNVOICE ‐P.0。 ■‐ ■DATE NUMBER I AMOuNT


vE"pOR‐ NAME ttD‐ Nり EER ‐ Nり MBER

003257‐

LAWSON PRODUCrrS,iNC 011120010 79728 1210-175 6 0utlet Surge Protectors′ 9306324601 0110013534
011120010 75 74 Sales Tax 9.5% 9306324601
0111049520000 1′ 546 86 SS w/coVer wal卜 Mount Evewash′ #SF14252. 9600077987 011.0013509
0111049520000 146.95 Sales Tax 9.5% 9600077987
01/08/2019 601862 S 2′ 566.83

000255- LN CURTIS〔 ISONS 0111033590000 S 1′ 078.00 Fit Testlng INV237783


0111033590000 S l′ 620 00 SCBA AnnualFlow Tesjng !NV238110
0111033.540000 S 123 19 Uniform Aiteratlons 1NV241075
01/08/2019 601863 S 2′ 82119

011.1046520000 19.16 56027‐ 01 rocker switches 1128942 011.0013495


000121-LUiS LiGHTHOUSE′ lNC S
011.1046.520000 S 1656 58027-01 rocker switches 1128942 011.0013495
0111046.520000 S 3 39 Sales Tax 9.5% 1128942
01/08/2019 601864 S 39.11

006422-MARIPOSA LANDSCAPES′ INC 011 1049 590000 S 3,582.00 Landscape Maintenance 82816
01/08/2019 601865 S 3′ 58200

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EARLY CHECKS
.,,. .. p4lMFrI cHEcx , payri'lErrr]
vi'iiiDoR iIAME Ato nUMd,ER " " UMBiR AMoiri oEacruPTpl{ "' liM)lcl P.o., IrarE l{uMBEn Ai.Oillq
003728- pHySto-coNTROL tNC 011.1033.850000 S 6,ss2.00 Product No.9942s-000025 LIFEPACK 1000 118090027 011-001352,
011.1033.850000 S 892.50 Prcduct No. 1125G00023 LIFEPA( 1000 118090027 011.0013s21
o11.1o33.A5oOOO 5 303.45 Product No. 11101{00016 Eledrode 118090027 0110013521
011.1033.850000 5 181.05 Prcduct No. 11141-000160 LIfEPAX 1000 118090027 011,0013521
011.1033.850000 $ 1,111.80 Product No. 11141_000161 LIFEPA( 1000 118090027 011.0013521
011,1033.850000 $ 1,195-95 Product No. 11140-00085 (IT-BATTERY 118090027 011.0013521
011.1033.850000 s 972.50 Sales Tax9.5% 118090027
011.1033.596200 5 -2,577.68 Return Credit 218003317
01/08/2019 601866 S 8,691.57

006429‐ PJS SLEEP COMPANY′ :NC 011 1033.520000 5 69000 !tem No :EGFIRED[PTlTLX∼ 121318 0110013454
011.1033.520000 S 21.00 Recvcle Fee Mattress 121318 0110013454
0111033520000 5 65.55 Sales Tax 9 5% 121318
01/08/2019 601867 5 77655

006415 - PRIORITY BUILDING O1l..1049.590OOO S 8,255.00 Janitorial Services 12118 61424


SERVICES, LL
01/08/2019 601868 S 8′ 255.00

OO38G9 - RTCHARD P GUESS MD, INC 011.1033.596200 S 750.00 Medical Director Fees- 120518
0r/08/2079 601869 5 7s0.00

005044- RONS MAINTENANCE′ lNC 011 1043.590000 S ll′ 704 00 Catch Basin Cleaning 560
01/08/2019 601870 S ll′ 70400
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NUMBER AMOUNT DESCRIPT:ON P.0.# AMOu旧


VENDOR NAME AND NUMB[R

394.98 SYSTEMS LOG FORMS― VPU∼ 26857 0550002706


003775-S:LVA'S PRINTING NETVVORK 055 8100 520000 S
0558100520000 S 20 00 Lavout&Deslgn― Modifv exis● ng 26857 055.0002706
055.8100520000 S 39 42 Sales Tax 9.5% 26857
0558100520000 S 39346 F:ELD OPERAT10NS DiViS10N SCHEDULING 26858 0550002707
0558100520000 S 37.38 Sales Tax 9.5% 26858
01/08/2019 601871 S 88524

000380-STACY MEDICAL CENTER 011.1031596200 S 945 00 MedicalServices 521129748


01/08/2019 601872 S 945.00

13,035.50 Professional Services- 1675


006438-STREAM KIM HICKS WRAGE 011 1024.593200 S
01/08/2019 601873 S 13′ 035.50

001159-SUSAN SAXE― CLIFFORD′ PH D 011 1026 597000 400.00 Psychological Evaluations 1812052
01/08/2019 601874 S 400.00

011.9019590110 890.19 Basic Support/Subscription VMware 8252 011.0013533


006465-TABORDA SOLUT10NS,lNC S
0119019.590110 S t,020.32 Basic Su pport/Su bscription for VMwa re 8252 011.0013533
0119019590110 S L,455.99 U.S. Federal Production 8252 0110013533
0119019590110 S 2,!5t.94 Basic Support/Subscription VMware 8252 011.0013533
0119019590110 S 4,264.26 U.S. Federal Production 8252 0110013533
0119019.590110 S 994.87 Basic Support/Subscription for VMware 8252 011_0013533
01/08/2019 601875 S 10,77757

011.1046590000 S 392.00 3-Wire Hardware lnsta‖ 91452931 255


006394-TELETRAC NAVMAN US LTD 7′

01/08/2019 601876 S 7′ 39200

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NUMBER I I‐ ■I AMOUNT DESCRIPT:ON

839352894
000141-THOMSON R[UTERS― WEST 011 1024 596600 S 412.12 West lnformation Charges
01/08/2019 601877 5 412.12

0111033.596200 S 2,541 83 CE/Q:SerViCes 12/18 2043


000429- UC REGENTS
01/08/2019 601878 5 2,541.83

0111026597000 979.00 MediCalSen′ ices 343811lCA


003903- US HEALTHVVORKS MEDICAL
GROUP′
0111026597000 266 00 MedicalServices 3440665CA
01/08/2019 601879 5 1,24500

0119019560010 5 833.98 Period:Nov ll― Dec 10 9820017793


001481-VERIZON WIREL[SS
01/08/2019 601880 5 833.98

056.5600590000 5 1,353.60 Service Connection Materials- !Nl1498 0560000513


004318-A― BEST INDUSTRIAL′ lNC
01/10/2019 601881 S 1,363.60

011.1046.520000 34.93 11226584aa valve cover gaskets 31037 011.0013498


006308-ANAYA SERVICE CENTER
0111046.520000 15.95 afcl antifreeze 31037 011.0013498

0111046590000 189.00 labor to rePair unit 31037 0110013498


0111046520000 4.83 Sales Tax 9.5% 31037
01/10/2019 601882 S 24471

50.00 Shooting Range Usage- 1775 0110013231


000446-BURRO CANYON SH00TING 011 1031.594200 S
PARK 5000
01/10/2019 601883 S 256

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EARLY CHECKS
‐lNvO:,E . │ ■ │ PAVMENT ■CHFCK ‐I PAYMENT
■ECOuNT │ ■ │
‐. ‐ ‐ ‐ ■ ■ ■ ‐ ‐
■ ■ ■‐ │ ・ ■ ■ ‐ ‐ ‐
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOUNT DESCRiPT10N INVOiCE P.0。 # DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

000778-CALIFORNIA WATER SERVICE 011 1043 560000 S 42.95 Period:12/18 122018


01/10/2019 601884 S 42.95

OOt444 - COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES 011.1043.595200 5 775.87 Traffic Signal Maintenance REPVV1812100263
2
01/10/2019 601885 5 775.87

000310-CRA!G WELDING SUPPLY′ C0 0565600520000 S 31 10 Welding Supplies∼ 628743 0560000526


01/10/2019 601886 S 3110

000038-」 [REMY CROSS 0111031.596500 S 156 00 Sherman B!ock SLi Class 423∼ 010219
0111031.596500 S 156.00 Sherman Block SLI CiaSs 423∼ 010219{2)
01/10/2019 601887 5 312.00

001336 - CURRENT WHOLESALE 055.8400.590000 s 853.29 Electrical Supplies- 255426 055.0002667


ELECTRIC SUP
055.8400.520000 s 290.02 Electrical supplies- 255512 0550002667
055.8400.520000 S 310.32 Electrical Supplies- 255549 055.0002667
055.8400.520000 S -sea.z3 Electrical Supplies- 255550 0550002667
01/10/2019 601888 5 88940

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ACCOuNT
■‐AMOuNr DESCRIPT10N :NVOICE P.0.# NUMBER AMOUNT
VENDOR NAMEIANp NuMBER NUMBER ・

0111046590000 S 350.00 Labor to perform annual emissions 7262 0110013497


004996- DIESEL EMISS10NS DIRECT
0111046590000 S 350.00 Labor to perform annual emissions 7263 011.0013497

011.1046590000 S 350.00 Labor to perform annual emissions 7264 011.0013497


0111046590000 S 525.00 Rod and plunge of dpf and service fee- 7265 011.0013497

0111046590000 S 350.00 Labor to perform annual emissions 7266 0110013497


0111046590000 S 350.00 Labor to perform annual emissions 7267 0110013497
0111046.590000 S 350.00 Labor to perform annual emissions 7268 011.0013497
01/10/2019 601889 S 2′ 62500

0111033540000 S 46.24 Turnout Cleaning- INV238114 011.0013227


005055- ECMS′ INC
0111033540000 S 89.67 Turnout Cleaning- 1NV238115 0110013227
011.1033540000 S 1,330.21 Turnout Cleaning- 1NV238116 ol1 0013227

0111033.540000 S 149.45 Turnout Cleaning- 1NV241035 011.0013227


01/10/2019 601890 S 1,61557

0111033.540000 255.49 Fire Personnel Work Boots- 26607 0110013235


001359-FIREFIGHTERSI SAFEIY
CENTER
011.1033540000 L24.74 Fire Personnel Work Boots- 27229 011.0013235
01/10/2019 601891 S 381.23

0111033.594000 673.61 VVestnet Sate‖ ight lnsta‖ atlon 2788


005832-F00THILL 1′

COMM∪ NICAT10NS,LLC
0111033.594000 3′ 326 02 VVestnet Sate‖ ight lnsta‖ atlon 2789
01/10/2019 601892 S 4,99963
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0り NT'「 SCRIPT10N :NVOiCE


vEN,0,NAME^"D‐ NUvBER. _ Nり MB「 1 ‐ _ .A■

400.00 The following AMF items cover from 16916 0110013545


003917-GEOSPAT:AL TECHNOLOG!ES, 0119019520010 S
INC
01/10/2019 601893 S 40000

0558400520000 S 73.82 Materials & Tools" 9026015181 0550002670


001712‐ GRAINGER,CO
01/10/2019 601894 S 7382

005350-HAUL AWAY RUBBISH 0111049596200 S 57.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8BX01700
SERVICE CO′
011.1049.596200 S 213.00 Disposal & Recycling Services 8BX01701
0111033.520000 S 57.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8BX01702
0111033520000 S 57.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8BX01703
0111033.520000 S 67.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8BX01704
011.1033.520000 S 67.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8BX01705
0111043.596200 S 1,559.55 Disposal & Recycling Services 8BX01708
01/10/2019 601895 5 2′ 11005

0111026.594200 S 200 00 Partlcipa6on Fee 186393


000686-IGOE&COMPANY′ lNC
01/10/2019 601896 S 20000

0111033520000 S 255.96 Water&Gatorade∼ 229575 011.0013228


000475-」 ETRO
0111033520000 S 1,204 26 Water&Gatorade∼ 231420 0110013228
01/10/2019 601897 S 1,460.22

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‐ ‐ ・ ・ 叩 MENT I _CHECK ‐ PAYME画
VEN“ i` AMEAND` OMBE薇 需 MILR∵・ ・ 淵 £ 1:。 LscRIP■ 6N‐ ・ ・ ・ 高ぉ 走t■ P.0.■ DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

004148- LUCITY′ INC 0119019520010 5 3,000.00 Luclv Mobile(per inStall) 626881 0110013526
011.9019.520010 S 500.00 Constant Connection Program (Annual 625881 0110013526
0119019.520010 S 285.00 Sales Tax 9 5% 626881
01/10/2019 601898 S 3′ 785.00

005089‐ MICRO PRECIS10N 055.8000590000 635.00 Calibratlon Sen′ ices∼ LA90040356 0550002679
CAL!BRAT10N′ │

055.8000.590000 650.00 Calibra● on Services∼ LA90040524 055.0002679


01/10/2019 601899 S 1,28500

000629‐ OPEN ACCESS TECHNOLOGY 055 9200.596200 S 793.44 Electronic Tagging- 142379 0550002669
INTL′ │

01/10/2019 601900 S 793.44

003332-P&F DISTRIBUTORS 0565600590000 2′ 550.00 Transitlon Anodeless Flgd′ 6‖ ∼ 1258301N 0560000543


056.5600590000 150 00 Elbow 90 BF′ 6" 1258301N 056.0000543
056.5600590000 40 00 Coupiing Skt Fuse′ 2‖ ∼ 1258301N 056.0000543
056.5600590000 219.20 Sales Tax 9 5% 1258301N
01/10/2019 601901 S 2′ 95920

004831-PACIFIC AUTO REPAIR 0111046.520000 S 495.00 Fuel pump (lnside fuel tank) 2431 011.0013500
0111046.520000 S 38.00 Fuel filter 2431 0110013500
0111046.590000 S 395.00 Labor to diagnose and repair 2431 011.0013500
0111046520000 S 54.53 Sales Tax 10.25 2431
01/10/2019 601902 S 260
98263

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NUMBER AMO● 由
'DESCRIPT:ON
006340-S&J SUPPLY COMPANY′ INC 020 1084.520000 S 2,791 64 MUA423AG24 5-1/4"MULR A‐ 423D― B FIRE S100122919001 0110013505
0201084520000 S 350 80 MU060A 199277 MULR 6"AquaGrip K!T S100122919001 0110013505
0201084520000 S 298.53 Saies Tax 9 5% S100122919001
01/10/2019 601903 5 3,440.97

001447-lYLER TECHNOLOGI[S′ INC 011.9019.595210 S 600.00 Remote Training hours - Multiple Modules 45247281 0110012962
01/10/2019 601904 S 60000

000883- UNITED RENTALS(NORTH 011.1049.590000 S 1′ 197 91 Al葡 culatlng Room 163577355001


AMERiCA)
01/10/2019 601905 S 1,197.91

004681-AEG SOLUT10NS′ INC 055.9100520000 556.92 PB2434M∼ 74638 055.0002711


0559100.520000 35.00 Freight 74638 055.0002711
0559100520000 52 91 Sales Tax 9.5% 74638
01/15/2019 601906 S 644.83

001624-ALLSTAR F:RE EQU!PMENT′ 011.1033540000 S 963 60 Haix Structure Boots∼ 211666 011.0013226
lNC
01/15/2019 601907 S 963.60

001264-CITY CLERKS ASSOC OF CAL 0111003596700 S 90 00 Membership Dues/M Ayala 80


01/15/2019 601908 S 9000

003088-CL:N:CAL LAB OF SAN 011.1060520000 S 14 00 Lab Services 964447


BERNARD!NO 261
01/15/2019 601909 S 1400

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¨

EARLY CHECKS
INVO:CE
I NUMBER │ IAMOUNT DESCR:priON INVOiCE

001336-CURRENT VVHOLESALE 011.1049.520000 S 173.88 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 255511 0110013212
ELEσ RIC SUP
011.1049520000 S 12.14 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 255513 011.0013212
0111049520000 S 32.03 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 255713 0110013212
01/15/2019 601910 s 21805

006191-DATA TICKET′ INC 0111031594200 S 329.20 Parking Citation Processing Service 95672
01/15/2019 601911 5 329.20

004997- DIV OF THE STATE ARCHITECT 011 200235 291 40 4th Qtr2018 SBl186 011419
01/15/2019 601912 S 29140

004438- FLEMING ENVIRONMENTAL′ 0111049590000 S 1′ 056 75 Replaced Diesel Fill Sensor 14322
INC
01/15/2019 601913 5 1′ 05675

006467-FUJITSU AMERICA′ INC 0571057900000 S I,123.37 nternet Connection Equipment-


I 1261886 0570000081
01/15/2019 601914 S 1′ 12337

001843-HILAR!O GONZALES 0111048530015 S 329.02 Reimb. Possessory lnterest Tax- 011419


01/15/2019 601915 S 32902

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NUMBER ‐. AMOUNT DESCRIPT:ON INVOiCE P,0。 1 ■ I DATE. │ ‐ MBER


Nυ ‐ ‐ │^M9り NT

0201084500140 S 212.10 Sodium Hypochlorite 622823


006302-HASA′ INC
0201084.500140 S 130 52 Sodium Hypochiorite 622824
0201084500140 S 179.47 Sodium Hypochiorite 622825
0201084500140 S 212 10 Sodium Hypochlorite 622831
0201084.500140 S 187 63 Sodium Hypochlorite 622832
0201084500140 S 647 97 Sodium Hypochlorite 623739
0201084500140 S 179,47 Sodium Hypoch!orite 623986
020.1084500140 S 146.84 Sodium Hypochiorite 623987
020.1084500140 S 163 16 Sodium Hypochlorite 623988
0201084500140 S 203 94 Sodium Hypochlorite 623989
020.1084.500140 S 171.31 Sodium Hypochlorite 623990
01/15/2019 601916 5 2′ 434.51

0565600596200 S 448 60 Consul● ng Services l1/18 7021457


000999- INTERSTATE GAS SERV!CES′ 6′

:NC
01/15/2019 601917 5 6′ 448.60

9,215.00 Geotechnical Exploration 33899


006396-LEIGHTON CONSULTING′ lNC 055 9100.900000 S
01/15/2019 601918 S 9′ 21500

0111033540000 S 7,93327 G― Extreme 3 0 Jackets lNV228497


000255- LN CURTIS 8tSONS
01/15/2019 601919 5 7′ 93327

0111060595200 S 508.75 Consultlng Services 12/18 214


000186-MSW CONSULTANTS 7′
263
01/15/2019 601920 S 7,50875

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│ ‐ ‐│ ‐ I ACCOUNT ‐
‐│ │ │:NVOlcE
‐ ││ ││ │ ・ ■■ ■ │‐ ││‐ ‐ ■ ││ ■ ― ■ I PAYM‐ ENT‐ ■ ICHECK I II PAVMENT
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOUNT DESCRIPT10N INVOICE . P,9.1 ‐ ‐DttE ‐ ‐Nり MBER ‐ _ AMoり NI

002617-OPERAT10N TECHNOLOGY, 0559100590110 5 6′ 952 00 Upgrade&User Support Agreement from 522291N 055 0002715
1NC
01/15/2019 601921 S 6,95200

004451 - QUALITY JET ROOTER, INC 011.1049.590000 S 625.00 Plumbing Maintenance 23467
01/15/2019 601922 S 62500

004112-RUBEN RODRIGUEZ 055.9000596500 5 33.14 CAIS0 0ne Day VVorkshop 121818


01/15/2019 601923 S 33.14

001086-SHIRLEY SALAS 011.1026596900 5 99.02 Reimb.EE Service Award Supplies 010819


01/15/2019 601924 5 99.02

003775-SiLVAIS PRINTING NETWORK 011 120010 5 806.67 2700-225 CITY OF VERNON#10(regular) 26863 0110013524
011.120010 S 76 63 Sales Tax 9 5% 26863
01/15/2019 601925 5 88330

OOO287 - STATE WATER RESOURCES 020.1084.595550 5 2,847.00 Annual Permit Fee- SW0159718
CONTROL
01/15/2019 601926 S 2′ 847.00

OOO141 - THOMSON REUTERS - WEST 011.1024.595500 S 733.55 Subscription Product Charges 839446773
01/15/2019 601927 5 733.65

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NUMBER AMOUNT DESCR:PT10N INVOiCE NUMBER AMOUNT

000005‐ A THRONE CO′ lNC 011.1043.520000 S 111 33 Portable Restrooms 558325


0558100596200 S 84 00 Portable Restrooms 558326
055.8100.596200 S 279 14 Portabie Restrooms 558327
0558100.596200 S 88 95 Portable ReStrooms 558328
01/17/2019 601928 S 56342

004318-A― BEST INDUSTRIAL′ !NC 056.5600.900000 S 262 92 AB― BVBM=F-4N‐ 3∼ INl1614 056.0000544
0565600900000 S 113 34 AB― BVBMG― F4N― B∼ 1Nl1614 0560000544
0565600900000 S 210 12 DLF8-8N― S∼ 1Nl1614 0560000544
0565600900000 S 4′ 904 55 AB― MOREGF640∼ 1Nl1614 0560000544
0565600.900000 S 207 57 Freight 1Nl1614 056.0000544
056.5600.900000 S 521 64 Sales Tax 9 5% 1Nl1614
01/17/2019 601929 5 6′ 22014

004448- BATTERY SYSTEMS′ lNC 0111046520000 S 415.72 Vehicle Batteries∼ 4727887 0110013185
0111046520000 S 103.94 VehiCle Batteries∼ 4727889 011.0013185
011.1046.520000 S 92 98 Vehicle 3atteries∼ 4735109 0110013185
01/17/2019 601930 S 612.64

55.00 Front End Repairs∼ 52343 011.0013193


001973- CALiFORN:A FRAME&AXLE 011.1046520000 S
0111046.520000 S 85.00 Front End Repaiド s∼ 52383 011.0013193
01/17/2019 601931 S 14000

000778- CALIFORN:A WATER SERVICE 011.1033.560000 S 102 43 Period:12/18 122018(2) 265


01/17/2019 601932 5 10243

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‐ NUMBER AMOUNT
・ 氏
Mbo高 子DttC畠 PT:6“

0111046.520000 75.98 Auto Parts∼ 17213 011.0013186


000818-CAMINO REAL CHEVROLET
0111046520000 123 1l Auto Parts∼ 17508 0110013186
01/17/2019 601933 S 19909

004163-CENTRAL FORD 011.1046520000 39.60 Auto Parts∼ 328167 0110013187


0111046520000 125 79 Auto Parts∼ 328648 0110013187
0111046.520000 76.71 Auto Parts∼ 328667 011.0013187
011.1046.520000 317 64 Auto Parts∼ 329125 0110013187
011.1046520000 49 16 Auto Parts∼ 329292 0110013187
0111046.520000 -39.60 Credit∼ 329293 0110013187
01/17/2019 601934 S 56930

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EARLY 二CHECKS ______… ― TT 7 r ― ― T… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 中 ‐ … … … … … … … … … ―― ‐■


二 L二 ― ― … … T‐ T==T■ … … … … T― ― ― 一 b^v●
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=三 =二
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ACCOuNT lNVOICE
=r ― PAYMENT
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I NUMBER■ ‐ ││ IAMOuNT DESCRiPT10N ■ ■‐ ■ ■ ││1 lNVOiCE I ■I P.0:■ ││ I DATE ■│ ■INUMBER I AM00Nr


VL純 DOnlNAME AND"む MI[R‐

005490-CiNTAS CORPORAT10N 0111043.540000 117 30 Uniforms 53343762


0111046540000 27.55 Uniforms 53343762
011.1047.540000 27 09 Uniforms 53343762
011.1049540000 38 23 Uniforms 53343762
0111043.540000 206 00 Uniforms 53347112
0111046540000 54.46 Uniforms 53347112
0111047540000 27 09 Uniforms 53347112
0111049540000 38.23 Uniforms 53347112
011.1043.540000 178.30 Uniforms 53350405
011.1046540000 28 49 Uniforms 53350405
0111047.540000 27.09 Uniforms 53350405
011.1049540000 38 23 UnifOrms 53350405
011.1043540000 126 55 Uniforms 53353739
011.1046540000 28.49 UnifOrms 53353739
0111047.540000 27 09 Uniforms 53353739
0111049.540000 122 65 Uniforms 53353739
01/17/2019 601935 S 1′ 112.84

000310-CRAIG WELD!NG SUPPLY,C0 011.1047.520000 S 66 08 Welding Supplies∼ 629099 011.0013213


01/17/2019 601936 S 66.08

004181-FRANCHISE TAX BOARD 020210260 148.41- Garnishment: Payment Ben213061


055210260 841.00 Garnishment: Payment Ben213061 267
01/17/2019 601937 S 98941

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VENDOR NAMEAND NUMBER NUMBER ■ I AMOUNT DESCRIPT10N lNVO:CE I P.0。 ■ NUMBER AMOUNT

000399-GARVEY EQUIPMENT 0111046520000 84 74 Parts&Services∼ 116226 011.0013188


COMPANY
0111046520000 30 56 Parts&Services∼ 116227 011.0013188
01/17/2019 601938 S 11530

003908- LOPEZ&LOPEZ TlRE SERVICE 011 1046 520000 397.70 Tires, Accessories & Repairs- 20857 011.0013189
011.1046520000 60.00 Tires, Accessories & Repairs- 20858 0110013189
0111046520000 360.00 Tires, Accessories & Repairs- 20864 011.0013189
01/17/2019 601939 S 81770

000309- NAPA AUTO PARTS 0111046520000 S 350.40 Auto Parts & Accessories- 122718 M∪ LTIPLE 011 0013192
01/17/2019 601940 S 350.40

005934-O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 0111046520000 S 283.85 Auto Parts & Accessories- 3049198321 0110013190
01/17/2019 601941 s 28386

003456- RUSH TRUCK CENTER OF 0111049520000 S 40,171.72 2019 white Ford f250 gas truck 12096073 011.0013544
WH!TTl[R
011.1049520000 S 8000 Document Preparation Charge 12096073 011.0013544
011.1049.520000 S 29.00 Electronic file fee 12096073 0110013544
0111049520000 S 875 California Tire Fee 12096073 0110013544
011.1049.520000 S 3,816.31 Sales Tax 9.5% 12096073
01/17/2019 601942 S 44′ 10578

006438-STREAM KIM HiCKS WRAGE 011 1024 593200 S 20,551.50 Professional Services- 1940
268
01/17/2019 601943 S 20′ 561.50

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EARLY CHECKS
ACCOUN「 :NVOICE PAYMENT CHECK PAYMENV
VE",OR NAMl‐ AN,― ドリM,「 1 ■■ N‐ りMB「 F ‐
■‐│ │‐ │ ^“ OUNT DESCRiPT10N ■│ . . ■‐ lド V01'「 ││‐ _
・ P・ 0。 ″■‐ ■ DATEI‐
‐ NUMBER ‐ AMOUNT
■‐

001124-THE LIGHTHOUSE′ !NC 011.1046520000 S 220 75 Auto Parts∼ 707840 0110013191


01/17/2019 601944 S 22075

000282-TRI― CITY MUTUAL WATER 011 1033 560000 S 157 50 Period:12/18 010119
COMPANY
01/17/2019 601945 S 157.50

004441‐ U S DEPT OF EDUCAT10N 011 210260 S 408 74 Garnishment:Payment Ben213059


NAT!ONA
01/17/2019 601946 S 408.74

005708-WILLDAN ENG:NEER!NG 011.1041595200 S 9′ 750 00 Code Enforcement Services 220285


01/17/2019 601947 5 9′ 750.00

003088‐ CLIN:CAL LAB OF SAN 020.1084.500140 S l′ 018 00 Lab Services 966093


BERNARDINO
01/22/2019 601948 S l′ 01800

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FEBRUARY 5′ 2019

IAMOulNT DESCRiPT:ON INVOiCF■ ■ P`0。 #│■ ■│ IDATE NUMBER


‐ ■ AMOUNT

006302-HASA′ INC 0201084500140 159 89 Sodium Hypochlorite 620064


0201084.500140 166 42 Sodium Hypochiorite 620065
0201084.500140 163.16 Sodium Hypochlorite 620066
020.1084.500140 130 52 Sodium Hypochiorite 620067
0201084500140 203 94 Sodium Hypochlorite 620068
0201084500140 781 45 Sodium Hypochlorite 620479
0201084500140 194.15 Sodium Hypochlorite 621479
020.1084500140 132 16 Sodium Hypochlorite 621480
0201084.500140 130 52 Sodium Hypochlorite 621481
0201084.500140 172.94 Sodium Hypochlorite 621482
0201084500140 159.89 Sodium Hypochlorite 621483
020.1084.500140 158.26 Sodium Hypochlorite 621484
01/22/2019 601949 5 2′ 55330

006358-lNDUSTR:AL 0111023596200 5 2,495.00 Compliance Outreach & Educational


ENViRONMENTAL ASSOC
01/22/2019 601950 S 2,49500

006057-SECURITγ NETWORK′ lNC 0565600596200 S 105 00 Alarm Monitoring∼ 55792M 056.0000530


01/22/2019 6019s1 s 105.00

006502-ACE SYNDiCAT[′ LLC 055230210 285 92 Ref Closed Acct#1645 Cust#6761 101718
01/24/2019 601952 S 28592
270
004416‐ AMEN TRADING′ INC 055230210 292 58 Ref.Closed Acct#784 CuSt#5814 101718
01/24/2019 601953 S 29258

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ACCOUNT ]NVOICE PAYMENT CHECκ PAYMENT

VENDORINAMEAND NUMBER I NOMBEnl‐ ││ I AMOUNT DESCRIPTiON■ ■ ■ ・
■ ■‐ :NVOiCE ■ P:0.■ ■ ■ DATE NUMBER ■ ■AMOuNT

001948‐ AT&T 0559000560010 S 228 89 Period:12/10/18-01/09/19 12445521


056 5600 560010 5 596 53 Period:12/10/18-01/09/19 12445524
0565600.560010 S 20 73 Period:12/10/18‐ 01/09/19 12445623
01/24/2019 601954 S 846.15

001948-AT&T 0559200560010 5 331.52 Period:12/19/18-01/18/19 3106421218


0559200560010 S 152 00 Period:11/19/18-12/18/18 938915404
01/24/2019 601955 S 48352

006293- 3-LINE INVESTIGAT10NS′ lNC 011 1031 596200 S l′ 275 00 Background lnvestlgatlon Services 1026
01/24/2019 601956 S l′ 275.00

002242- CA DEPARTMENT OF TAX& 011 1049 520000 S l′ 663 35 2018 Underground Storage Tank 011019
FEE ADM
01/24/2019 601957 5 1′ 663.35

003749-CA BUILDING STANDARDS 011 1041.595200 S 785.70 4 Qtr10/01/18‐ 12/31/18 011519


COMMISSl
01/24/2019 601958 5 785.70

003846‐ C1lγ OF HUNTINGTON PARK 011 1031 594200 5 3′ 553 00 Prisoner Booking Log lo/18 19624
0111031.594200 5 3′ 881 80 Prisoner Booking Log l1/18 19625
01/24/2019 601959 S 7′ 434.80

000331-COMMERC:ALD00R OFLOS 0111049 590000 S 2′ 076 88 Sectlonal Door Repairs 17359


ANGELES 271
01/24/2019 601960 S 2′ 076.88

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NUMBER AMOUNT DESCRlPT10N lNVOICE

005967‐ ESCI′ INC 055.9000.596700 S 3′ 325 00 Safety&Training services∼ 10618 0550002671


01/24/2019 601961 S 3,325.00

006503‐ FASH10N BELLA′ LLC 055230210 142.28 Ref C10sed Acct#651&650 Cust#6667 101718
01/24/2019 601962 S 142.28

004378-FB ACCESSORIES′ !NC 055230210 224.89 Ref.Closed Acct#312 Cust#5553 101718


01/24/2019 601963 S 22489

006504-FINAL TOUCH COLLECr10N′ 055.230210 286 50 Ref Closed Acct#792 Cust#6101 101718
lNC
01/24/2019 601964 S 28650

000899-GALLS,LLC 0111033540000 S 699.95 Uniforms 10830924


01/24/2019 601965 5 699.95

006505-HANDBAG KANGAR00′ INC 055.230210 600.32 Ref C10sed Acct#1594 CuSt#6284 101718
01/24/2019 601966 S 60032

005487- HEALTHCARE PARTNERS 0111026.502031 S 10.02 Medical Services / B. Malkenhorst 120618


MEDICAL GR
01/24/2019 601967 5 1002

000584‐ HOAG MEMOR:AL HOSPITAL 011.1026.502031 5 1,137.28 Medical Services/B.Malkenhorst 121318


01/24/2019 501968 s 1′ 13728

004239-HSA BANK 011.1031.502030 S 250.00 initlal Contribu● on/A.Madrigal 012219


1′
272
01/24/2019 601969 5 1,250.00

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WARRANT REGISTER NO。 15
FEBRUARY 5′ 2019

EARLV CHECKS
‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ PAYMENT I CHECK PAYME“ T
‐ P.0.# DATE NUMBER AMOUNT
↓ENふ :鳥 :鳥 6∴ uM:11・ m詳 」思淵 1:6stilPl:N ・ 鳥絶 :c:・

005173- INVESTIGATiVE POLYGRAPH 011 1031 596200 5 848 88 3ackground investlgatlon Services 303
SVC
01/24/2019 601970 S 84888

006399-JOE MAR POLYGRAPH&INV 011 1031 596200 S 225 00 Pre― Employment Polygraph Exam 201812021
SVC′ │

01/24/2019 601971 S 225.00

006506-JOY S:GNATURE′ INC 055 230210 S 186.97 Ref Closed Acct#84 Cust#6667 101718
01/24/2019 601972 S 18697

003342-LIBERTY MANUFACTURING′ 0111031590000 S 360.00 Range Maintenance 9985


lNC
01/24/2019 601973 5 360.00

003669- LOS ANGELES BY‐ PRODUCTS 020 230210 S 762 28 Ref.Closed Acct#7044 Cust#711 101718
CO
01/24/2019 601974 5 762.28

005516‐ MEMORIALCARE MED:CAL 011 1026 502031 S 23 75 MedicalServices/B.Malkenhorst 121818


GROUP
01/24/2019 601975 S 2375

005245- METCO EQUIPMENT′ INC 020 230210 S 665 09 Ref.Closed Acct#7024 Cust#6021 101718
01/24/2019 601976 S 665.09

004683-NEWPORT HARBOR 011.1026.502031 S 25.44 Medical Services/B.Malkenhorst l13018


ANESTHES:A CONS 273
01/24/2019 601977 5 25.44

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EARLY CHECKS

NUMBER ■I AMOUNT DESCRIPT10N lNVOICE

006507‐ OLIVER― MAHON ASPHALT′ 020230210 773 39 Ref.Closed Acct#7066 Cust#6909 101718
INC
01/24/2019 601978 S 77339

001392-OSCAR E VALENZUELA′ DDS, 0111026502031 S 150.00 Medical Services / V. Malkenhorst 120518


INC
01/24/2019 601979 5 15000

006500-PACIFICA ENT 011.1026502031 S 31.53 Medical Services / B. Malkenhorst 120518


01/24/2019 601980 s 3163

006492‐ PRODIGY MOV!NG& 0111048590000 S 1,137 00 Moving services 43521


STORAG[′ LLC
01/24/2019 601981 S 1,137.00

004631-PROLOG:S LP 020230210 641 58 Ref.Closed Acct#168 Cust#6024 101718


01/24/2019 601982 5 641.58

000958‐ QUEST DIAGNOSTICS 0111026502031 S 3.02 Medical Services / B. Malkenhorst 6381379591


01/24/2019 601983 S 3.02

006508-RAD GROUP USA 055230210 393 79 Ref.Closed Acct#323 Cust#6475 101718


01/24/2019 601984 S 39379

006501- RETINA INSTITUTE 0111026502031 S 30.57 Medical Services / B. Malkenhorst 121918


01/24/2019 601985 S 30.57

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EARLY CHECKS
PAYlllEIIT CIIE!( PAYMETT
vExDo! x!I!4q!!!ts!]l i{uMrEi , ''ir:i:iiir aMor4i{T oEcnrmor l::r.. i:t:lr lt{wi.6J ririi:i' P.o.t li;!; DArE I{uMBin AMour{r

002079- SOCALIOINTPoLE 055-9100.s96200 5 697.97 OpeEtingExpense 12118 20123


COMMITTEE
0712412079 601986 5 697.97

006509-SONOFARMS,lNC 055 230210 S 404.88 Ref Ciosed Acct#2045 Cust#4873 101718


01/24/2019 601987 5 404.88

0oo38o - sTAcY MEDICAL CENTER 011.1031.596200 s SSO.O0 Medical services 521129757


01/24/2019 601988 5 58000

000838 - STANCTL CORPORATION 011.9019.590110 S 7,035.00 Maintenance Service Contract Renewal 10023
01/24/2019 601989 5 7′ 03500

005419-SUPER!OR CT OF CAL OFLA 011 1031 594200 S l′ 251 50 Parking Citatlons 12/18 011719
01/24/2019 601990 S l′ 25150

004930-SURINDER SA:NI′ M.D. 011.1026502031 5 6.38 Medica!Services/B.Malkenhorst 103118


01/24/2019 601991 S 638

006030-DR.IS MONTGOMERY′ 011.1026.502031 5 2′ 154 00 Medica:Services/3.Ma:kenhorst 121218


BARONE AND M
01/24/2019 601992 5 2′ 154.00

001159-SUSAN SAXE― CLIFFORD′ PH D. 0111026.597000 5 400 00 Psychological Evaluatlons 1901026


01/24/2019 601993 S 40000

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EARLY CHECKS
._. _ . ACCOUNT :NV01CE I ‐■ PAVMENT III CHECК ‐ PAYMENT
VEN00R NAME.AND Nじ MBER ‐NUMBERI I‐ ‐ AMOUN「 DESCR:PT10N ■│■ ││ │││■ I INVOiC●・ ■■■ P.0。 ■ ■││■ DATE ■NUMBER AMOUNT

000141-THOMSON REUTERS‐ WEST 011 1024 596600 5 312.12 Westinforma● on Charges 839534910
011.4031596200 5 1,547.70 Westlnformatlon Charges 839556249
0111024596600 5 387.63 Subscrip● on Product Charges 839625760
01/24/2019 601994 S 2′ 24745

006510-TURNAROUND SOL∪ T10NS 055 230210 S 40 00 Ref Closed Acct#83 Cust#6504 101718
01/24/2019 601995 5 4000

006511-ViVID DESiGN′ !NC 055 230210 5 247 16 Ref Closed Acct#180 Cust#6458 101718
01/24/2019 601996 S 247.16

001417-WESLEY M KOBAYASH:DPM′ 0111026.502031 5 35.07 MediCal Services/V.Malkenhorst 121218


:NC
01/24/2019 601997 S 3507

000317-WEST COAST ARBORiSTS,INC 011 1043 590000 5 998 00 Tree Maintenance 139239
011.1043590000 5 7′ 950.00 Tree Maintenance 141440A
01/24/2019 601998 S 8,948.00

006512‐ WOW FACTOR COSMETICS 055.230210 S 237.27 Ref Closed Acct#355 Cust#6665 101718
USA
01/24/2019 601999 5 23727
TOTAL EARLY CHECК S s 421,955.15

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WARRANTS

NUMB[R AMOUNT DESCR:PT:ON lNVOICE DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

005529-BRIAN BYUN 0111024596550 S 525 00 State Bar 8L Public Law Sec6on Dues 012219
02/05/2019 602000 S 525.00

006117-NOE CASAS 0558100502030 S 98.00 Vision Benefits / S. Casas 010819


02/05/2019 602001 S 9800

001264-CiTY CLERKS ASSOC OF CAL 0111003596550 S 40.00 Membership Dues / S. Dolson 1345
02/05/2019 602002 S 4000

003088-CLINICAL LAB OF SAN 0111060596200 5 7 00 Lab Serv:ces 966639


BERNARDINO
02/05/2019 602003 S 7.00

000933-CRUM OPTOMETR:C GROUP′ 0111033502030 S 249 00 Vision 3enefits/T Sh00k 010719


INC
02/05/2019 602004 S 249.00

000947-DAILY JOURNAL 011.1003550000 S 252.00 Publication Services B3211404


CORPORAT:ON
02/05/2019 602005 S 25200

006191- DATA TICKET′ INC 0111031594200 S 342.50 Parking Citation Processing Service 96423
02/05/2019 602006 S 342.50

006229-SYLViE DE LA RIVA GONZALEZ 011 1004.502030 S 275.00 Vision Benefits / S. Gonzalez 010819
02/05/2019 602007 5 275.00

006032‐ RAYMOND DE NIJS 011.1033.596700 s 325.00 Reimb. Company Officer 28 Course 011419 277
02/05/2019 602008 S 32500

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NUMBER AMOUNT DESCR:PT10N INVOICE NUMBER

006517-」 EAN― MARIE FANVU 011.1040502030 S 300.00 Vision Benefits / J. Fanvu 010719
02/05/2019 602009 S 30000

004438- FLEMING ENVIRONMENTAL′ 011.1049.590000 S 650 00 0pe「 ator Site lnspectlons 01/19 14367
:NC
02/05/2019 602010 s 65000

003420-JEFF FRAGA 0565600596700 S 80 00 Reirnb D2 Renewal 011019


02/05/2019 602011 5 8000

001137‐ BRANDON GRAY 0111031540000 S 364.09 Reirnb Half Cost of Bu‖ etproof Vest 011019
02/05/2019 602012 S 36409

005159- L:SETTE GRIZZELL[ 0111026502030 S 150.00 Vision Benefits / L. Grizzelle 010819


02/05/2019 602013 S 15000

000686-IGOE&COMPANY′ INC 011.1026594200 S 152.00 Pa!tcipajon Fee 187944


02/05/2019 602014 S 15200

006240- ITERIS,INC 0111043596200 S 8,7 06.73 Traffi c Engineering Services 108285


02/05/2019 602015 S 8′ 70673

005410-OCr「 AVIEN NGARAMBE 0559200502030 5 343.80 Vision Benefits / M. Kibera 010819


02/05/2019 602016 S 34380

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CiTY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO.15
FEBRUARY 5′ 2019

WARRANTS
ACCOUNT ]NVOiCE PAYMENT CHECK PAYMEN「
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOuNT DESCR:PTION :NVOiCE P.0.# DATE NUMBER AMOUNT

000289-VIET NGUYEN 055.9100.502030 S 264 00 Vision Benehts/V.Nguyen 010719


0559100502030 S 216 98 Vislon Benents/T Tran 010719(2)
0559100.502030 S 57 00 Vision Benents/v Nguyen 010719(3)
0559100502030 S 57 00 Vision Beneits/S Nguven 010719(4)
02/05/2019 602017 S 594.98

006516‐ NOLAN Ro NG′ OD 0111033.502030 S 150 00 Vislon Benents/H Mever 010819


0111033502030 S 150.00 Vision Beneits/D Mever 010819(2)
0111033502030 S 400.00 Vision Benents/M.Meyer 010819(3)
011.1033.502030 S 150 00 Vision Benents/c.Mever 010819(4)
0111033.502030 5 450 00 Vision Benents/D Meyer 010819(5)
02/05/2019 602018 S 1′ 300.00

003248-DANl[L ONOPA 0111031.502030 S 149 98 Vision Beneits/S.OnOpa 010919


02/05/2019 602019 S 149.98

005588- PACER SERVICE CENTER 0111024596600 5 24.10 Electronic Records Services 4278774Q42018
02/05/2019 602020 S 2410
000349-MICHAEL ROGERS 0111033.502030 S 79 98 Vision Benents/Z Rogers 010819
02/05/2019 602021 S 7998

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ClTY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGISTER NO.15
FEBRUARY 5,2019

NUMBER lNVO:CE NUMBER AMOUNT

002051‐ EFRAIN SANDOVAL 0559200502030 5 216.98 Vision Benefits / A. Sandoval 010819


0559200502030 S 186.98 Vision Benefits / A. Sandoval 010819(2}
0559200502030 S 57.00 Vision Benefits / J. Sandoval 010819(3)
055.9200502030 S 57.00 Vision Benefits / M. Sandoval 010819(4)
0559200502030 S 196.98 Vision Benefits / E. Sandoval 010819(5)
02/05/2019 602022 5 71494

000171-SHOETERIA 011.1043520000 S 197 99 SteelToe Work Boots 1365831N


02/05/2019 602023 5 19799

000718‐ TYLER SHOOK 0111033596700 S 250 00 Reimb.Engine Boss S-231 Course 011419
02/05/2019 602024 S 25000

000834-ROBERTO SOUSA 0111031540000 5 364 09 Reimb Half Cost of Bu‖ etproof Vest 011019
02/05/2019 602025 S 36409

000287- STATE WATER RESOURCES 0201084500110 S 5′ 790.00 WaterSystem Fee∼ LW1019981


CONTROL
02/05/2019 602026 S 5′ 79000

000980-JONATHAN SUDDUTH 0111033502030 S 275 00 Vision Benents/s Laudiano 010918


011.1033596700 S 250.00 Reimb lAFF Peer Support Training 011419
02/05/2019 602027 S 525.00

002358-TETRA TECH′ INC 0111060.595200 S 1,327.25 Professional Services 51399506


02/05/2019 602028 5 1′
280
321.25

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CITY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOuNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO。 15
FEBRUARY 5,2019

WARRANTS
κ ‐ ‐ ■ ‐ ■■ ■ ■ │‐ PAYMENT CHECК ‐ PAYMENT
ttT I‐ ■ ' P.0.# DATE NUMBER ‐‐
AMOUNT
VEl::IIAMEAl:1こ ふ B:F■‐ NUMBER HR〔
A :D農 1ふ 0出
・ ・ I■
・ ■ iNVOiCE‐


000883- UN!TED RENTALS(NORTH 011 1049.590000 5 727 37 Boom Rental 164942612001
AMER:CA)
02/05/2019 602029 S 727.37

TOTAL WARRANTS s 24′ 899.80

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CiTY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO.15
FEBRUARY 5′ 2019

RECAP BV FUND

FUND ELECTRONIC TOTAL EARLY CHECK TOTAL WARRANT TOTAL GRAND TOTALS

011-GENERAL 867′ 885.05 S 294′ 987.72 5 17′ 278.08 S 1′ 180′ 150.85


020-WATER 259′ 299.78 77′ 110.39 5′ 790.00 342′ 200.17
055-L:GHT&POWER 12,620′ 068.01 30′ 371.78 1,751.72 12′ 652′ 191.51
056-NATURAL GAS 10,20306 18,361.89 8000 28′ 644.95
057‐ FIBER OPT!C 10′ 658.97 1′ 123.37 000 11′ 782.34

GRAND TOTAL 13′ 768,114.87 421,955。 15 24′ 899.80 14,214,969.82

TOTAL CHECKS TO BE PR:NTED 30

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-61-2019
Submitted by: John Lau
Submitting Department: Finance/ Treasury
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Ratification of Warrant Registers to Record Voided Checks

Recommendation:
A. Ratify the following warrant registers to record voided checks:

1) Operating Account Warrant Register No. 10 to record voided Check No. 601166 in the amount of $20.00 issued
10/11/18 to SCPMA-HR.
2) Operating Account Warrant Register No. 14 to record voided Check No. 601699 in the amount of $708.00 issued
12/13/18 to BIBI Clothing.

Backgroud:
Section 2.13 of the Vernon Municipal Code indicates warrants covering claims or demands against the City are to be
presented to City Council for its audit and approval. As such, it is recommended that the City Council review and
approve the ratification of the aforementioned warrant registers to record the voided checks listed.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS

283
City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-33-2019
Submitted by: Adriana Ramos
Submitting Department: Fire Department
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of November 16 through November 30, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.

Backgroud:
Attached is a copy of the Vernon Fire Department Activity Report which covers the period of November 16, 2018
through November 30, 2018. This report covers hours for Fire Prevention, Training, Pre-Incident, Periodic Testing,
Public Service Programs and Routine Maintenance.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Fire Department Activity Report - 11/16/18 to 11/30/18

284
VERNON FIRE DEPARTMENT
COMPANY ACTIVITIES
November 16, 2018 to November 30, 2018

This Period Last Year This This Year


Last Year To Date Period To Date
ACTIVITY TYPE
FIRE PREVENTION:

Regular Inspections (#): 39 1196 48 1293


Re-Inspections (#): 14 226 22 213
Spec. Haz. Inspections (#): 1 95 0 45

Total Inspections: 54 1517 70 1551


Total Staff Hours: 60 2157 82 2043

TRAINING (HOURS):

Firefighting 139 2390 86 2348


Hazardous Materials 1 822 18 852
Safety 142 2872 109 2837
Apparatus Operations 126 2883 124 2843
Equipment Operations 141 2887 134 2858
CPR 0 76 0 84
First Aid 23 685 10 658

Total Hours: 572 12615 481 12480

PRE-INCIDENT (HOURS):

Planning 94 1927 101 1999


District Familiarization 69 1916 88 2043

Total Hours: 163 3843 189 4042

PERIODIC TEST (HOURS):

Hose Testing 6 71 35 63
Pump Testing 2 12 2 31

Total Hours: 8 83 37 94
285

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PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAMS (HOURS)

School Programs 16 93 5 100


Fire Brigades 3 3 0 19
Emergency Preparedness 16 291 19 310

Total Hours: 35 387 24 429

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE (HOURS):

Station 139 2739 131 2640


Apparatus 155 2842 134 2686
Equipment 50 2774 134 2738

Total Hours: 344 8355 399 8064

Grand Total Hours: 1182 27440 1212 27152

:Fireactivity

286

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-34-2019
Submitted by: Adriana Ramos
Submitting Department: Fire Department
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of December 1 through December 15, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.

Backgroud:
Attached is a copy of the Vernon Fire Department Activity Report which covers the period of December 1, 2018
through December 15, 2018. This report covers hours for Fire Prevention, Training, Pre-Incident, Periodic Testing,
Public Service Programs and Routine Maintenance.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Fire Department Activity Report - 12/01/18 to 12/15/18

287
VERNON FIRE DEPARTMENT
COMPANY ACTIVITIES
December 1, 2018 to December 15, 2018

This Period Last Year This This Year


Last Year To Date Period To Date
ACTIVITY TYPE
FIRE PREVENTION:

Regular Inspections (#): 25 1221 12 1305


Re-Inspections (#): 25 251 10 223
Spec. Haz. Inspections (#): 0 95 0 45

Total Inspections: 50 1567 22 1573


Total Staff Hours: 60 2217 22 2065

TRAINING (HOURS):

Firefighting 78 2468 118 2466


Hazardous Materials 22 844 32 884
Safety 116 2988 131 2968
Apparatus Operations 115 2998 139 2982
Equipment Operations 113 3000 138 2996
CPR 12 88 4 88
First Aid 48 733 41 699

Total Hours: 504 13119 603 13083

PRE-INCIDENT (HOURS):

Planning 82 2009 104 2103


District Familiarization 90 2006 77 2120

Total Hours: 172 4015 181 4223

PERIODIC TEST (HOURS):

Hose Testing 0 71 11 74
Pump Testing 0 12 2 33

Total Hours: 0 83 13 107


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PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAMS (HOURS)

School Programs 6 99 1 101


Fire Brigades 3 6 0 19
Emergency Preparedness 16 307 16 326

Total Hours: 25 412 17 446

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE (HOURS):

Station 118 2857 123 2763


Apparatus 124 2966 125 2811
Equipment 121 2845 127 2865

Total Hours: 363 8668 375 8439

Grand Total Hours: 1124 28514 1211 28363

:Fireactivity

289

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-35-2019
Submitted by: Adriana Ramos
Submitting Department: Fire Department
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of December 16 through December 31, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.

Backgroud:
Attached is a copy of the Vernon Fire Department Activity Report which covers the period of December 16, 2018
through December 31, 2018. This report covers hours for Fire Prevention, Training, Pre-Incident, Periodic Testing,
Public Service Programs and Routine Maintenance.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Fire Department Activity Report - 12/16/18 to 12/31/18

290
VERNON FIRE DEPARTMENT
COMPANY ACTIVITIES
December 16, 2018 to December 31, 2018

2017 2018
This Period Last Year This This Year
Last Year To Date Period To Date
ACTIVITY TYPE
FIRE PREVENTION:

Regular Inspections (#): 2 1223 41 1346


Re-Inspections (#): 3 254 10 233
Spec. Haz. Inspections (#): 0 95 1 46

Total Inspections: 5 1572 52 1625


Total Staff Hours: 6 2223 58 2123

TRAINING (HOURS):

Firefighting 104 2572 116 2582


Hazardous Materials 43 887 22 906
Safety 135 3123 123 3091
Apparatus Operations 135 3133 117 3099
Equipment Operations 129 3129 115 3111
CPR 0 88 7 95
First Aid 31 764 47 746

Total Hours: 577 13696 547 13630

PRE-INCIDENT (HOURS):

Planning 97 2106 70 2173


District Familiarization 98 2104 63 2183

Total Hours: 195 4210 133 4356

PERIODIC TEST (HOURS):

Hose Testing 4 75 5 79
Pump Testing 0 12 0 33

Total Hours: 4 87 5 112


291

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PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAMS (HOURS)

School Programs 5 104 3 104


Fire Brigades 0 6 0 19
Emergency Preparedness 8 315 16 342

Total Hours: 13 425 19 465

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE (HOURS):

Station 143 3000 129 2892


Apparatus 143 3109 130 2941
Equipment 136 2981 128 2993

Total Hours: 422 9090 387 8826

Grand Total Hours: 1217 29731 1149 29512

:Fireactivity

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-430-2018
Submitted by: Danita Robertson
Submitting Department: Police Department
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Vernon Police Department Activity Log and Statistical Summary for the period of November 16 through November 30,
2018

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.

Backgroud:
The Vernon Police Department's activity report consists of activity during the specified reporting period, including a
summary of calls for service, and statistical information regarding arrests, traffic collisions, stored and impounded
vehicles, recovered stolen vehicles, the number of citations issued, and the number of reports filed.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Police Department Activity Report - 11/16/18 to 11/30/18

293
294
295
296
297
VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/16/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/16/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123361
RPT 11/16/2018 08:50:14 TAKAOKAYA USA
594R 5600 BICKETT, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181857 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *32 08:52:22 08:52:49
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL 91E 08:52:46 09:07:25 09:26:24

20181123363
RPT 11/16/2018 09:02:44 JETRO CASH AND CARRY
459VR 2300 E 57TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181856 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *32 09:04:20 09:04:47 09:05:18
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS 25W 09:05:21 09:08:14 10:04:58

20181123371
RPT 11/16/2018 11:00:28 LIFOAM IND
422R 2340 E 52D, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181858 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *25W 11:04:45 11:05:41 12:44:29
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL 91E 11:05:13 12:36:17

20181123381
RPT 11/16/2018 14:59:15 T-MOBILE (877) 653-7911
901 S ATLANTIC BL // 710 FWY, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181859 CA0197300
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL *91E 14:59:59 15:44:03
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP 32 15:01:16 15:01:14 15:01:17 15:44:03

20181123382
RPT 11/16/2018 15:59:35 T-MOBILE (877) 653-7911
901T 4905 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181860 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *32 16:00:07 16:00:08 16:02:13 16:40:22
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS 25W 16:09:23 16:40:22

20181123385
RPT 11/16/2018 17:59:21 SOFIA HUICHAN
20002R E 38TH // SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181861 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *25W 18:01:01 18:01:24 18:03:12 18:45:50
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VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/17/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/17/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123447
RPT 11/17/2018 13:51:43 GREEN FARMS
459VR 2380 E 57TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181862 CA0197300
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL *41W 14:29:37 14:30:31 14:36:04 15:53:00

20181123458
RPT 11/17/2018 18:18:14 CATINA HERNANDEZ
902TR S SOTO // BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181863 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *32E 18:19:44 18:19:56 18:21:26
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL 41W 18:20:20 18:21:24 18:31:22 19:00:16

20181123470
ADV 11/17/2018 22:08:53
VCK CORONA AV // FRUITLAND AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
SRVD VPD CR20181864 CA0197300
RPT
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA *38E 22:08:53 22:30:26
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 31W 22:08:55 22:30:26

20181123473
RPT 11/17/2018 22:34:55 LIT INDUSTRIAL LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
459A 5685 ALCOA AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181865 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *32 22:36:40 22:37:59 22:41:43 00:24:57
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 31W 23:05:38 00:24:57
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA 38E 22:58:56 23:05:33 00:24:58
VPD ESTRADA,IGNACIO S4 23:27:44 23:41:38 00:15:04

* Denotes Primary Unit


299

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VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/18/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/18/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123483
CITY 31W 11/18/2018 04:09:53 ELA SHERIFFS
901T 3320 LEONIS BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT 31W VPD CR20181866 CA0197300
CCN 31W
1015 38E
VI 31W
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *32 04:11:33 04:11:53 04:13:28 06:05:07
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 31W 04:12:14 04:15:15 06:05:07
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA 38E 04:12:54 04:15:06 06:00:15

20181123506
RPT 11/18/2018 16:44:47
VREC LOCATE 1746 EAST 55TH, LOS ANGELES
VPD RECORDS BUREAU *RECD 17:08:52 17:53:10

* Denotes Primary Unit


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VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/19/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/19/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123532
1015 11/19/2018 05:30:41 LILETCH
484 4100 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VS VPD CR20181867 CA0197300
RPT
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR *31W 05:32:25 05:32:26 05:39:19 07:19:56
VPD REYNA,JOSE S 25E 05:54:43 06:00:41 07:01:24
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS 41 05:34:20 05:41:24 06:44:49

20181123547
RPT 11/19/2018 09:09:53 T-MOBILE (877) 653-7911
422R 4433 PACIFIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181868 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32 09:15:07 09:15:08 09:19:40 10:33:24

20181123549
RPT 11/19/2018 09:16:57 WRAP UP
459R 4720 E DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181869 CA0197300
VPD CAM,PATRICK *20E 09:25:47 09:29:54 11:04:28

20181123550
RPT 11/19/2018 09:21:53 IN-EX
484R 4215 E DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181870 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *26W 10:03:23 10:03:24 10:09:28 10:30:09

20181123556
1015 11/19/2018 11:19:19 POPCORNOPOLOUS
245 3200 E SLAUSON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181871 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32 11:21:15 11:21:15 11:23:18 12:25:48
VPD CAM,PATRICK 20E 11:21:59 11:26:10 12:25:49 14:13:44
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 26W 11:25:15 11:26:03 12:25:53
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S6 11:26:06 12:25:46

20181123557
1015 11/19/2018 12:50:57
594 E 25TH // SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181872 CA0197300
301

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VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/19/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/19/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123557
1015 11/19/2018 12:50:57
594 E 25TH // SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181872 CA0197300
VPD PEREZ,NICK *L2 12:50:57 13:09:58
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 26W 12:51:59 14:17:51
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD 32 12:54:34 13:22:41
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S6 12:55:03 13:22:43

20181123558
RPT 11/19/2018 13:10:15 THERMO KING
487R 6118 ALCOA AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181873 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32 13:22:50 13:22:51 13:32:11 14:02:35

20181123571
RPT 11/19/2018 16:51:43 JUST IN TIME APPAREL
594R 6152 S BOYLE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181874 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *26W 16:55:21 16:55:25 17:17:08
VPD CAM,PATRICK 20E 16:56:21 17:13:33 17:54:52

20181123572
RPT 11/19/2018 17:36:50 OVERHILL FARMS
459R 3055 E 44TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181875 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *26W 17:38:25 17:38:25 17:43:41 18:14:58

20181123576
RPT 11/19/2018 18:11:02 SPRINT 866-398-3284
901T DOWNEY RD // DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181876 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32 18:13:04 18:13:04 19:14:08 19:16:27
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 26W 18:15:01 18:16:56 19:18:25

20181123577
RPT 11/19/2018 18:31:57
1015 FU 618 E CHESTNUT ST, GLENDALE S/A 3
VPD GAYTAN,LORENZO *5D31 18:31:57 20:29:53
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VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/19/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/19/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123577
RPT 11/19/2018 18:31:57
1015 FU 618 E CHESTNUT ST, GLENDALE S/A 3
VPD HERNANDEZ,EDWARD 5D32 18:32:02 20:29:54
VPD RAMOS,JOSE 5D35 18:32:07 20:29:54

20181123585
RPT 11/19/2018 21:36:38 HUMBERTO
909T MINERVA // 26TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181877 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *40W 21:38:49 21:53:03 22:18:49

* Denotes Primary Unit


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VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/20/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/20/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123595
CITE 11/20/2018 01:00:56
VCK EVERETT AV // EXCHANGE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181878 CA0197300
VI
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO *41E 01:00:56 02:13:35

20181123598
VS 11/20/2018 03:05:57 RICHARD
917A BANDINI BL // ATLANTIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181879 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *32 03:07:36 03:12:09 03:13:35 03:42:42
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR 40W 03:12:11 03:14:12 03:25:43
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO 41E 03:18:26 03:42:42

20181123602
MET 11/20/2018 06:46:15
SRMET 6250 S BOYLE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181880 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *MET1 06:46:15 09:59:19

20181123622
RPT 11/20/2018 10:01:13 AMERICAN TRADING
902T 4159 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181881 CA0197300
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA *38E 10:12:54 10:13:10 10:15:36 11:28:50

20181123632
RPT 11/20/2018 11:52:47
487R 5688 S BOYLE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
ADV VPD CR20181882 CA0197300
SOW
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA *38E 11:52:47 13:45:00
VPD CAM,PATRICK 20W 12:21:17 12:43:39 12:43:46
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 26 12:21:18 12:43:38 13:15:58

20181123649
RPT 11/20/2018 17:05:36 T-MOBILE (877) 653-7911
901T S SOTO // BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181883 CA0197300
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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/20/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/20/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123649
RPT 11/20/2018 17:05:36 T-MOBILE (877) 653-7911
901T S SOTO // BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181883 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *26 17:07:46 17:07:46 17:08:26
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA 38E 17:08:25 17:14:01 18:17:29
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S6 17:11:49 17:13:59 17:42:35

20181123650
RPT 11/20/2018 17:29:43 ALFREDO PINEDA
901T 4382 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VS VPD CR20181884 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *26 17:32:38 17:32:39 17:39:45 19:02:41
VPD CAM,PATRICK 20W 17:42:32 18:08:54 19:18:31
VPD 32 18:54:29 18:59:09 19:24:58
VPD 40W 18:55:26 19:07:28
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR 41E 19:02:32 19:24:59
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S6 17:42:41 17:49:38 18:26:23

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/21/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/21/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123707
RPT 11/21/2018 11:40:27
FOUND 5051 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181885 CA0197300
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL *S6 11:40:27 12:31:35
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY 26W 11:41:01 11:41:14 11:43:27 12:29:27
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA 38 11:41:36 11:50:31 14:25:01

20181123716
RPT 11/21/2018 15:04:29
602 2221 E 55TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
1015 VPD CR20181886 CA0197300
VPD ZOZAYA,OSCAR *31E 15:07:51 15:07:52 15:18:47 15:59:46
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY 26W 15:07:58 15:09:16 17:13:55
VPD CHAVEZ,JERRY,JR S2 15:07:55 15:09:11 15:49:59
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S6 15:07:56 15:09:13 15:49:57

20181123722
RPT 11/21/2018 16:58:51
20002R S SANTA FE AV // 37TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181887 CA0197300
VPD ZOZAYA,OSCAR *31E 17:00:39 17:00:57 17:08:22 17:48:54

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/22/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/22/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123740
VS 11/22/2018 02:43:59 T-MOBILE (877) 653-7911
902T 3710 S ALAMEDA, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181888 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO *40W 02:45:49 02:45:51 02:50:27 03:15:37
VPD REYNA,JOSE S 32 02:46:26 03:04:49 03:15:37

20181123748
RPT 11/22/2018 07:43:51 ALKAM HOME FASHION
925 5107 S DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181889 CA0197300
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL *91E 07:45:41 07:46:17 07:56:48 08:14:36
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD 32 07:45:44 07:46:19 07:55:24 08:15:39

20181123750
RPT 11/22/2018 10:53:51 FLORES DESIGN
484R 2650 E 46TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181890 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *26W 10:56:45 10:57:22 11:00:21 11:37:27

20181123756
RPT 11/22/2018 13:47:16 VERNON POLICE DEPT
MR60 2761 FRUITLAND, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181891 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *26W 13:47:40 13:47:40 14:11:24

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/23/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/23/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123792
RPT 11/23/2018 09:59:30 LA DESIGN
459R 4515 E 48TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181893 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *31E 10:12:41 10:17:40 11:14:35

20181123794
RPT 11/23/2018 10:01:49 NORMAN INTERNATIONAL
484R 4501 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181892 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *25W 10:03:41 10:06:49 10:56:32

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's

Jurisdiction:
First Date:
Last Date:
No Case Numbers Issued on 11/24/2018
Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller
Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/25/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/25/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123907
RPT 11/25/2018 18:36:32 AMPM
476R 3278 E SLAUSON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181894 CA0197300
VPD LUCAS,JASON *91E 18:37:30 18:37:45 18:45:48 21:07:28
VPD 38E 19:00:52 19:02:36 19:55:42

20181123911
RPT 11/25/2018 20:23:13 PREMIER MEATS
459R 4833 FRUITLAND AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181895 CA0197300
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA *38E 20:25:22 20:25:22 20:30:34 21:03:30

20181123919
VS 11/25/2018 23:17:40 BAKER COMMODITIES
586 4020 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181896 CA0197300
VPD NEWTON,TODD *26 23:19:41 23:19:41 23:23:21 23:48:17

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/26/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/26/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123924
1015 11/26/2018 00:59:53
TRAFFIC STOP 3278 E SLAUSON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181897 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32W 00:59:53 01:48:33
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA 38E 00:59:55 01:03:10 01:27:38

20181123947
RPT 11/26/2018 07:38:43 U GET AUTO SALES
459R 4800 S SOTO, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181898 CA0197300
VPD ZOZAYA,OSCAR *32E 07:40:37 07:40:39 07:44:53 08:34:33

20181123958
RPT 11/26/2018 11:30:23
PATCK 4731 FRUITLAND AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
1015 VPD CR20181899 CA0197300
VPD LUCAS,JASON *91E 11:32:30 11:32:31 11:42:58 13:45:09
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY 31W 11:52:36 12:02:31 12:43:51

20181123960
RPT 11/26/2018 12:07:32 VERIZON WIRELESS 1-800-451-5242
451 5685 ALCOA AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
1015 VPD CR20181900 CA0197300
VPD ZOZAYA,OSCAR *32E 12:08:49 12:08:50 12:17:52 13:33:00
VPD CAM,PATRICK 20W 12:17:46 12:21:07 14:30:28
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S6 12:17:22 12:20:51 13:19:42

20181123983
RPT 11/26/2018 16:18:08 EDRIS PALSTICS
476R 4560 PACIFIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181901 CA0197300
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY *31W 16:19:15 16:26:44 17:14:25

20181123990
RPT 11/26/2018 17:57:44 AMPM
415 3278 E SLAUSON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181902 CA0197300
VPD LUCAS,JASON *91E 17:59:23 18:07:57 18:57:28
VPD CAM,PATRICK 20W 18:03:25 18:10:57 19:11:50
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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/26/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/26/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181123990
RPT 11/26/2018 17:57:44 AMPM
415 3278 E SLAUSON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181902 CA0197300
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY 31W 18:15:09 18:23:34 18:44:50
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S6 18:02:20 18:07:59 18:57:30

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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/27/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/27/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181124010
RPT 11/27/2018 05:13:24 KERMIT LOPEZ
20002 4900 PACIFIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181903 CA0197300
VPD REYNA,JOSE S *40W 05:14:53 05:16:56 06:02:15
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA 38 05:15:28 05:18:41 05:39:57
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 41E 05:16:44 05:40:17

20181124014
MET 11/27/2018 06:55:34
SRMET 4361 S SOTO, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181904 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *MET1 06:55:34 09:13:51
VPD 20 07:02:58 07:04:59 08:46:33
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 40W 07:08:40 07:11:59 07:25:56

20181124022
VI 11/27/2018 08:53:22 EDWARD JEONG
REC ALCOA AV // 44TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181905 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *40W 08:56:35 08:56:35 09:01:48 10:29:02
VPD CAM,PATRICK 20 08:59:33 09:10:43

20181124038
VOID 11/27/2018 09:52:04 KC & COMPANY
586 4200 CHARTER AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VM VPD CR20181906 CA0197300
CITE
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA *38E 09:54:25 09:54:26 10:02:50 10:39:29

20181124046
RPT 11/27/2018 11:18:25 VERIZON WIRELESS 1-800-451-5242
901T LEONIS BL // BOYLE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181907 CA0197300
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA *38E 11:19:40 11:19:42 11:30:35 12:42:35
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY 31W 11:20:54 11:25:22 12:31:54
VPD ZOZAYA,OSCAR 32E 11:24:17 12:35:01
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 40W 11:31:33 11:37:11
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VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/27/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/27/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181124073
1015 11/27/2018 21:05:22
WARRANT RUGBY // GAGE, HUNTINGTON PARK Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181908 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *41W 21:06:08 21:12:27 21:56:10
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO 40E 21:16:03 21:24:41 21:56:10

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/28/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/28/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181124083
1015 11/28/2018 02:02:46 OMAR
902T 3737 S SOTO, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181909 CA0197300
VI
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO *32E 02:03:22 02:03:44 02:06:51 03:34:35
VPD REYNA,JOSE S 31W 02:18:45 04:33:47
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO 40E 02:06:55 03:34:37
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR 41W 02:03:27 02:03:45 02:06:53 03:41:20
VPD HERRERA,GUSTAVO S7 02:27:52 02:49:05 03:34:40

20181124102
RPT 11/28/2018 09:08:13 REYNA
MISPLOCATE OLYMPIC // SANTA FE, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181910 CA0197300
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY *31W 09:14:52 09:20:45 10:33:33

20181124106
RPT 11/28/2018 09:46:20
SRMET E 26TH // MINERVA, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
MET VPD CR20181911 CA0197300
VPD CHAVEZ,JERRY,JR *S2 09:46:20 10:01:44
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS MET1 09:46:48 10:01:50 11:24:06
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S6 09:46:35 10:01:47

20181124109
VREC 11/28/2018 10:13:56 US TOW
REC 2119 E 25TH, VERNON
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY *31W 10:33:40 10:49:22 11:46:52
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA 38E 11:23:33 11:23:36

20181124111
RPT 11/28/2018 11:25:34
SRMET S SANTA FE AV // VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
MET VPD CR20181912 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *MET1 11:25:34 13:09:55
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA 38E 11:35:44 11:37:26 12:09:36
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VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/28/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/28/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181124112
RPT 11/28/2018 11:39:10 FLYING FOOD GROUP
911A 3305 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181913 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *32E 11:54:00 11:54:03 12:03:10 13:27:17

20181124116
RPT 11/28/2018 13:18:26 ANAYA BROTHERS
ID THEFT 3130 LEONIS BL, VERNON S/A 204 Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181914 CA0197300
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA *38E 13:20:59 13:35:48 14:37:15

20181124121
CITE 11/28/2018 15:56:04
902T FRUITLAND AV // CUDAHY, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20181915 CA0197300
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL *91W 15:58:34 16:06:15 16:51:56
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA 38E 15:59:59 16:16:08

20181124132
RPT 11/28/2018 21:33:34 DANNY
901TR S ALAMEDA // 55TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181916 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO *40W 21:34:46 21:35:08 21:40:15 23:19:19
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS 31W 21:41:45 21:45:21 22:20:23

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/29/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/29/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181124141
RPT 11/29/2018 05:05:34 ALFREDO
902T BANDINI BL // BONNIE BEACH PL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181917 CA0197300
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO *32E 05:07:42 05:08:02 05:12:56 05:49:55
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS 31W 05:09:31 05:16:06 05:49:54
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR 41E 05:07:45 05:08:04 05:49:55

20181124162
RPT 11/29/2018 10:29:23 STEVE FAULKNER
902T S BOYLE AV // LEONIS BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
CITE VPD CR20181918 CA0197300
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL *91E 10:30:58 10:36:20 11:22:43

20181124168
RPT 11/29/2018 12:52:42 UPS
FOUND 3333 DOWNEY RD, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181919 CA0197300
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL *91E 12:56:48 13:15:34 13:33:14

20181124175
RPT 11/29/2018 14:48:09 SANTOS
902T E SLAUSON AV // ALCOA AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181920 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *26W 14:49:42 14:51:15
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA 38 15:17:57 15:30:52 15:42:34
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL 91E 14:51:13 15:07:30 16:55:58

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 11/30/2018

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 11/30/2018

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20181124221
RPT 11/30/2018 11:53:11 FLORES DESIGN
242R 4618 PACIFIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181921 CA0197300
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL *91 11:58:31 11:58:57 12:17:41 12:18:13 13:18:42

20181124224
RPT 11/30/2018 13:36:02 JENNIFER MORA
594R E 37TH // IRVING, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181922 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *26W 13:42:25 13:42:48 13:50:11 14:28:51

20181124226
VREC 11/30/2018 14:25:26
REC S SOTO // 26TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
1015 VPD CR20181923 CA0197300
VPD CHAVEZ,JERRY,JR *S2 14:30:17 15:46:59
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP 32E 15:46:58 15:59:34
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL 91 14:33:03 15:22:09
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY/OURIQUE,CARLOS
MET1 14:37:12 14:56:04 17:07:08

20181124236
RPT 11/30/2018 16:34:06 T-MOBILE (877) 653-7911
901T S SOTO // VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20181924 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *26W 16:35:27 16:35:27 17:02:23
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP 32E 16:44:29 16:58:14

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-51-2019
Submitted by: Danita Robertson
Submitting Department: Police Department
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Vernon Police Department Activity Log and Statistical Summary for the period of January 1 through January 15, 2019

Recommendation:
A. Receive and file.

Backgroud:
The Vernon Police Department's activity report consists of activity during the specified reporting period, including a
summary of calls for service, and statistical information regarding arrests, traffic collisions, stored and impounded
vehicles, recovered stolen vehicles, the number of citations issued, and the number of reports filed.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Police Department Activity Report - 01/01/19 to 01/15/19

319
320
321
322
323
VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/01/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/01/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100028
RPT 01/01/2019 11:34:48
594R 4305 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190001 CA0197300
VPD CAM,PATRICK *2STOF 11:35:46 11:39:56

20190100038
RPT 01/01/2019 14:44:40 SWEETNER PRODUCTS
459R 2050 E 38TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190002 CA0197300
VPD *26 14:47:30 14:47:40 14:49:21
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY 32W 14:49:18 14:55:12 15:46:11

20190100042
RPT 01/01/2019 17:03:13
GTAR 1951 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190003 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *26 17:03:59 17:05:54 17:08:18 18:54:04

20190100049
RPT 01/01/2019 19:57:24 SKY DENTAL
459A 4825 E DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
1015 VPD CR20190004 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP/VELEZ,MARISSA
*40E 19:59:13 20:01:10 20:12:43 20:34:44
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 31 19:59:16 20:01:11 20:04:30 21:33:02
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 32W 20:02:39 20:04:21 20:23:50
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL 91W 20:01:08 20:04:23 22:05:26
VPD SANTOS,DANIEL S2 20:13:47 21:36:31

20190100051
RPT 01/01/2019 20:33:16
901T BANDINI BL // ATLANTIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190005 CA0197300
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO *32W 20:33:52 23:17:39
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA 17E 21:51:53 21:52:27
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP/VELEZ,MARISSA
40E 20:34:47 20:36:17 22:08:45
VPD SANTOS,DANIEL S2 21:36:33 23:17:36

20190100052
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VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/01/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/01/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100052
RPT 01/01/2019 21:48:40 SUPERSTAR
20002 3187 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VI VPD CR20190006 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *31 21:49:22 21:50:05 21:52:34 22:46:28
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP 17E 21:52:30 22:08:53
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 32W 21:50:03 22:06:20

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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/02/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/02/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100070
RPT 01/02/2019 07:19:35 CORE SYSTEMS DISTRIBUTION
594R 4601 E 50TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190007 CA0197300
VPD *26E 07:20:48 07:24:25
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY/ESCOBEDO,ALEXY
32E 07:24:24 07:32:55 08:17:39

20190100080
RPT 01/02/2019 09:27:21
SRMET ALCOA AV // SLAUSON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190009 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *26E 09:30:16 09:49:00
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY/ESCOBEDO,ALEXY
32E 09:39:43 09:39:52
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS MET1 09:30:18 09:42:32 11:10:20

20190100081
RPT 01/02/2019 09:35:31 GOLDEN TOUCH IMPORT
PLATE 3043 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190008 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *26E 09:54:29 10:03:17 10:47:55

20190100083
VOID 01/02/2019 10:05:14 STACY MEDICAL
20002R 4580 PACIFIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190010 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO *20W 10:11:15 10:13:28 10:47:59

20190100098
RPT 01/02/2019 12:50:43 LUIS SCAFUTO
902T E 46TH // PACIFIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190011 CA0197300
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA *31W 12:52:52 12:59:26 13:58:44

20190100103
RPT 01/02/2019 13:40:06 LISA VILLA
902T E 37TH // SEVILLE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190012 CA0197300
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA *31W 13:58:47 14:15:32 14:31:01
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY 32E 14:05:30 14:28:24
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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/02/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/02/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100114
VREC 01/02/2019 16:28:04 HPPD
REC 5525 S SOTO, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190013 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO *20W 16:31:16 16:34:22 17:11:32

20190100125
RPT 01/02/2019 19:19:27 JERSEY MIKES SUBS
GTAR 2550 S ALAMEDA, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190014 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *40W 19:21:57 19:22:22 19:26:43 20:36:57

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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/03/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/03/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100133
VREC 01/03/2019 02:52:54
REC E 52D // ALAMEDA, VERNON
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL *91W 02:52:54 03:57:43
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 32E 02:53:05 02:55:24
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP 40W 02:53:09 03:57:43

20190100152
RPT 01/03/2019 11:04:48 FARHAN ENTERPRISE
487R 2916 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190015 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *20W 11:06:31 11:13:27
VPD QUINONES,ANA 26W 11:13:25 11:45:51

20190100157
RPT 01/03/2019 13:41:14
902TR E VERNON AV // SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
ASST VPD CR20190016 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *20W 13:42:26 15:55:29
VPD LANDA,RAFAEL 25W 18:51:02 18:54:08 19:43:10
VPD QUINONES,ANA 26W 13:42:31 13:42:28 18:57:26
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD 31E 13:49:22 14:46:07
VPD 91W 19:02:57 19:43:11

20190100162
RPT 01/03/2019 14:40:53 J AND J SNACK FOODS
459R 5401 DOWNEY RD, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190017 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *31E 14:46:11 14:55:06 15:55:24

20190100179
RPT 01/03/2019 22:48:41
273.5R 4305 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190018 CA0197300
VPD DOCHERTY,MICHAEL *91W 22:49:10 22:49:11 22:49:11 01:28:30
VPD LANDA,RAFAEL 25W 23:18:46 23:18:48 23:21:42 23:29:32
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS 31E 23:18:47 23:18:50 23:20:54 23:27:33
VPD NEWTON,TODD 32E 23:19:48 23:25:50
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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/04/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/04/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100182
VS 01/04/2019 00:12:57
VCK BOYLE // 60TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190019 CA0197300
VPD NEWTON,TODD *32E 00:12:57 00:44:13

20190100207
RPT 01/04/2019 09:52:18
902T S SANTA FE AV // PACIFIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190020 CA0197300
VPD QUINONES,ANA *40W 09:52:18 10:47:48

20190100223
1015 01/04/2019 12:14:58
FU 4305 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON
VPD RAMOS,JOSE *5D35 12:15:12 14:33:43
VPD QUINONES,ANA 31W 13:06:52 13:06:54
VPD GAYTAN,LORENZO 5D31 13:44:37 14:33:43

20190100230
RPT 01/04/2019 13:51:49 RENE GARCIA
902T SEVILLE AV // LEONIS BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190021 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *20W 13:53:13 13:53:46 14:26:56

20190100233
RPT 01/04/2019 14:36:27 JOSE ROBLES
GTAR E 49TH // HAMPTON, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190022 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *20W 14:39:55 14:42:42 15:06:00

20190100243
RPT 01/04/2019 19:02:58 ANDY`S SUPER BURGER
20002R 5831 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190023 CA0197300
VPD *32W 19:05:41 19:05:41 19:17:53 19:51:02
VPD NEWTON,TODD 31W 19:39:59 19:51:01

20190100250
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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/04/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/04/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100250
RPT 01/04/2019 20:32:10 FARMER JOHN
20002R 3094 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190024 CA0197300
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR *18E 20:34:23 20:34:45 20:43:35 21:41:33

20190100258
VREC 01/04/2019 21:56:25
REC 2544 S ALAMEDA, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190025 CA0197300
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS *32W 21:56:25 22:36:39

20190100262
RPT 01/04/2019 22:33:57 ELIZABETH THOMPSON
20002R S ATLANTIC BL // BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190026 CA0197300
VPD LANDA,RAFAEL *25E 22:39:38 22:39:39 22:47:33 23:18:48

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/05/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/05/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100279
RPT 01/05/2019 01:49:50
PEDCK E 52D // MALABAR, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190027 CA0197300
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS *32W 01:49:50 02:00:37

20190100281
RPT 01/05/2019 02:28:01 J AND J SNACK FOODS
487R 5401 DOWNEY RD, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190028 CA0197300
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS *32W 02:29:41 02:29:41 02:30:08
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 18E 02:30:06 02:37:47 03:28:24

20190100284
RPT 01/05/2019 05:05:13 MARIA
901TR S SANTA FE AV // 49TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190029 CA0197300
VPD NEWTON,TODD *31W 05:06:13 05:06:49 05:09:57 05:49:19
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 18E 05:07:03 05:10:04 05:33:23
VPD LANDA,RAFAEL 25E 05:06:15 05:06:51 05:07:06
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS 32W 05:11:03 05:32:43
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S5 05:09:32 05:49:19

20190100287
VREC 01/05/2019 05:38:14
RPT REC 2034 E 48TH, VERNON
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR *18E 05:38:14 06:02:59
VPD LANDA,RAFAEL 25E 05:38:17 05:55:59

20190100292
1015 01/05/2019 07:40:26
PEDCK 5555 S DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190030 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *41 07:40:26 08:20:55

20190100297
1015 01/05/2019 09:03:36
PATCK MALBURG WAY // SLAUSON, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190031 CA0197300
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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/05/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/05/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100297
1015 01/05/2019 09:03:36
PATCK MALBURG WAY // SLAUSON, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190031 CA0197300
VPD LUCAS,JASON *91E 09:03:36 09:08:46 10:04:01
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD 32W 09:09:42 10:26:16
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS 41 09:04:55 09:14:21 10:03:58

20190100309
RPT 01/05/2019 13:14:23 JAIME MEDINA
901TR DOWNEY RD // LEONIS BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190033 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32W 13:15:50 13:24:15 14:18:22
VPD HERRERA,GUSTAVO S6 13:26:04 13:48:56 14:18:23

20190100310
1015 01/05/2019 13:18:52
PEDCK 6270 S BOYLE AVE, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190032 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *41 13:18:56 14:22:08

20190100314
1015 01/05/2019 15:05:57 SIMPLY FRESH FRUIT
484 4383 EXCHANGE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190034 CA0197300
VS
VPD LUCAS,JASON *91E 15:07:55 15:39:26
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD 32W 15:08:02 16:29:44
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS 41 15:08:03 15:10:33 15:47:39

20190100319
RPT 01/05/2019 17:03:51 ANCON TRANSPORT
459VR 4641 HAMPTON, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190035 CA0197300
VPD LUCAS,JASON *91E 17:10:04 17:26:26 17:47:49

20190100325
RPT 01/05/2019 18:55:06 MARIA MONTES
901T S ATLANTIC BL // BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190036 CA0197300
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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/05/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/05/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100325
RPT 01/05/2019 18:55:06 MARIA MONTES
901T S ATLANTIC BL // BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190036 CA0197300
VPD *18E 18:57:54 18:57:55 19:04:18 19:27:50
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 25 19:08:57 19:27:50
VPD NEWTON,TODD 31W 19:09:48 19:27:50
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S5 19:10:21 19:27:51

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/06/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/06/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100354
1015 01/06/2019 03:36:25
PEDCK ALCOA AV // 46TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190037 CA0197300
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR *18E 03:36:25 04:39:29
VPD LANDA,RAFAEL 25 03:41:42 03:41:43 03:44:02 04:00:16

20190100364
RPT 01/06/2019 08:13:12
REC 5563 ALCOA AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190038 CA0197300
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY *17E 08:13:14 08:43:06

20190100365
RPT 01/06/2019 08:17:00 AMAZON FULLFILLMENT
459VR 5119 S DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190039 CA0197300
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO *41W 08:19:43 08:26:13 09:14:59
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY 17E 08:43:09 08:47:35 08:52:37

20190100388
RPT 01/06/2019 17:09:35 ESMERALDA
20001R 3030 S ATLANTIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190040 CA0197300
VPD LUCAS,JASON *91 17:11:21 17:11:44 17:12:08
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY 17E 17:11:59 17:59:52
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 41W 17:13:54 17:59:53

20190100399
RPT 01/06/2019 21:39:36 OVERHILL FARMS
484 2727 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190041 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *31W 21:41:49 21:42:31 21:48:28 22:13:19
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 18 21:41:50 21:42:34 21:48:47 22:09:04
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA 20E 21:49:35 22:08:55
VPD LUCAS,JASON 91 21:46:31 21:58:15
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S5 22:02:38 22:13:20

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/07/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/07/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100434
RPT 01/07/2019 06:09:58 RAFAEL
902TR E 25TH // SANTA FE AVE, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190042 CA0197300
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA *20E 06:12:34 06:43:32
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 18 06:12:37 06:44:55
VPD 26W 06:48:32 06:49:36
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 31W 06:13:16 06:19:54 07:00:40
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S5 06:20:34 06:26:43 06:35:42

20190100438
RPT 01/07/2019 06:49:56 INTERFRESH
487R 3300 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190043 CA0197300
VPD *26W 06:51:43 06:52:10 07:01:51 07:23:41

20190100452
RPT 01/07/2019 10:35:55 STEEL SERVICES
20002R 5637 S DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190044 CA0197300
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY *17E 10:37:46 10:38:05
VPD CORTEZ,JUSTIN 32 10:38:04 10:50:15 11:26:08

20190100465
RPT 01/07/2019 13:50:55
1015 DET FLORENCE // STATE, HUNTINGTON PARK
VPD CROSS,JEREMY *5D30 13:51:03 15:07:01
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY 17E 14:18:18 14:31:37 14:48:06
VPD GAYTAN,LORENZO 5D31 13:51:05 16:34:57
VPD HERNANDEZ,EDWARD 5D32 13:51:11 16:34:57
VPD RAMOS,JOSE 5D35 13:51:14 16:34:58

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/08/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/08/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100488
RPT 01/08/2019 01:07:41 CRISTINA VASQUEZ
GTAR 5233 ALCOA AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190045 CA0197300
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA *20 01:10:48 01:11:48 01:22:21 02:11:56
VPD ZOZAYA,OSCAR 31W 01:23:44 01:35:03 01:53:58
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 41E 01:16:10 01:27:39 01:29:39

20190100496
RPT 01/08/2019 05:43:25 ANTONIO CRUZ
20002R S ATLANTIC BL // BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190046 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *41E 05:46:51 05:47:07 05:48:19 06:09:17
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA 20 05:57:11 06:00:53

20190100500
RPT 01/08/2019 06:50:34
SRMET 5837 S DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
MET VPD CR20190047 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *MET1 06:50:34 09:25:55
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO 32 07:46:46 08:15:36 09:25:53

20190100510
RPT 01/08/2019 08:29:27 CROSSING STORAGE
484R 3305 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190048 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *25E 08:31:55 08:32:22 08:32:49
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY 17W 08:34:11 08:40:06 09:18:35
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 20E 08:32:45 08:34:17

20190100511
VOID 01/08/2019 08:32:42 VERNON SALES
20002R 2788 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190049 CA0197300
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO *20E 08:34:55 08:35:20 08:38:54 10:47:50

20190100534
SUP 01/08/2019 11:03:04
FU 3300 E VERNON AV, VERNON
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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/08/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/08/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100534
SUP 01/08/2019 11:03:04
FU 3300 E VERNON AV, VERNON
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO *20E 11:03:24 11:26:59

20190100539
VI 01/08/2019 11:51:01
UNATTACHEDTR 4900 LOMA VISTA AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190051 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *25E 11:51:01 12:47:41

20190100576
RPT 01/08/2019 20:30:29 VERIZON WIRELESS 1-800-451-5242
901T S SANTA FE AV // VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VS VPD CR20190052 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *31W 20:30:56 20:30:58 20:36:00 21:20:46
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 17E 20:32:15 20:47:32 21:20:44
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP 41W 20:31:02 20:31:44 21:23:44

* Denotes Primary Unit


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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/09/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/09/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100593
MET 01/09/2019 07:08:45 PREMIERE MEAT
SRMET 5030 GIFFORD AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190053 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *32 07:11:58 07:13:46 07:43:07
VPD 38E 07:12:02 07:12:19
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS MET1 07:12:04 07:13:48 08:37:25

20190100595
RPT 26W 01/09/2019 07:42:21 ALCON TRANSPORT
586 4641 HAMPTON, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VI VPD CR20190054 CA0197300
CITE
VPD QUINONES,ANA *26W 07:44:21 07:56:22 08:35:08

20190100628
VREC 01/09/2019 11:05:50
REC 3300 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190055 CA0197300
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA *38E 11:06:41 11:18:29 12:21:39

20190100641
1015 01/09/2019 13:24:34
REC S SOTO // 26TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190056 CA0197300
VREC
VPD QUINONES,ANA *26W 13:24:57 15:19:44
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR 32 13:27:06 13:37:09 14:30:55
VPD MADRIGAL,MARIA 38E 13:24:59 14:30:53
VPD PEREZ,NICK L2 13:29:54 14:30:50
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS MET1 13:29:52 13:44:23
VPD CHAVEZ,JERRY,JR S1 13:26:12 14:29:30
VPD ESTRADA,IGNACIO S3 13:27:44 14:30:47

20190100643
RPT 01/09/2019 14:38:21 BAGS AND LUGGAGE
422R 2787 LEONIS BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190058 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *32 14:41:02 14:49:10 15:51:26
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Call Log Report Type All Unit Times and Location with OCA's
First Date: 01/09/2019

Jurisdiction: VERNON Last Date: 01/09/2019

Call Number Disp Ten Received Caller


Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100644
REPO 01/09/2019 14:47:44 UNK
REPO 2646 DOWNEY RD, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190057 CA0197300
VPD RECORDS BUREAU *RECD 14:50:43 14:59:39

20190100660
RPT 01/09/2019 19:36:25
VCK 2947 E 44TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VS VPD CR20190059 CA0197300
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS *18E 19:36:25 20:09:54

20190100662
RPT 01/09/2019 19:46:51 WEST COAST CLOSEOUT
594R 4310 MAYWOOD AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190060 CA0197300
VPD ZOZAYA,OSCAR *32E 19:49:16 19:49:49 19:57:53 20:29:25

20190100665
RPT 01/09/2019 21:02:44 AMPM
459R 3031 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190061 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *17W 21:04:16 21:05:12 21:05:26
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS 26E 21:05:17 21:09:04 21:35:48

20190100669
RPT 01/09/2019 22:45:50 CR LAURENCE
PATCK 2100 E 38TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
1015 VPD CR20190062 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *17W 22:48:41 22:49:13 22:52:37 23:57:07
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP 31W 22:53:11 22:54:46 23:09:05

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RPT 01/10/2019 00:12:46
PEDCK SLAUSON // MAYWOOD, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
1015 VPD CR20190063 CA0197300
VPD ZOZAYA,OSCAR *32E 00:12:46 01:04:21
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20190100690
RPT 01/10/2019 05:43:07 BENS GENERAL STORE
459R 5218 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190064 CA0197300
VPD SWINFORD,PHILLIP *31W 05:44:46 05:45:28 05:46:48 08:50:47
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL 17W 05:44:47 05:45:31 05:51:56 07:04:53
VPD VASQUEZ,LUIS 26E 05:53:23 05:53:22 05:58:28 07:06:19
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD 32W 06:56:39 08:01:32 08:50:47

20190100712
RPT 01/10/2019 09:48:40 MARCOS MAYORALTADEO
GTAR CORONA AV // FRUITLAND AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190065 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32W 10:19:15 11:10:58

20190100715
1015 01/10/2019 10:48:49
RPT DET IMPERIAL // NORMANDIE, LOS ANGELES
VPD RAMOS,JOSE *5D35 10:48:49 11:36:41 13:07:06
VPD HERNANDEZ,EDWARD 5D32 10:49:10 11:36:42 13:07:06

20190100718
RPT 01/10/2019 11:09:56 JETRO CASH
487R 2300 E 57TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190066 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32W 11:12:57 11:15:26 11:43:06

20190100734
RPT 01/10/2019 13:15:18 T-MOBILE (877) 653-7911
WELCK S SOTO // FRUITLAND AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190067 CA0197300
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY *31 13:15:59 13:16:14 13:19:06 15:36:23
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20190100734
RPT 01/10/2019 13:15:18 T-MOBILE (877) 653-7911
WELCK S SOTO // FRUITLAND AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190067 CA0197300
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA 2T8 13:25:23 13:26:12 14:01:15
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD 32W 13:17:29 13:42:04 14:01:34
VPD GAYTAN,LORENZO 5D31 13:26:05 14:01:04
VPD CHAVEZ,JERRY,JR S1 13:18:30 13:23:48 14:01:29

20190100737
RPT 01/10/2019 14:06:32 ROSE AND SHORE
594R 5502 ALCOA AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190068 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32W 14:20:13 14:25:15 15:07:59

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20190100765
VREC 01/11/2019 00:15:13
VCK 5999 MALBURG WY, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190069 CA0197300
VPD LANDA,RAFAEL *18 00:15:13 01:31:25
VPD SANTOS,DANIEL S2 00:15:35 01:31:25

20190100775
VS 01/11/2019 07:40:10
VCK E 45TH // PACIFIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190070 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *26W 07:40:10 08:04:50

20190100776
RPT 01/11/2019 08:01:31 MATRIX SERVICES
594R 5555 S DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190071 CA0197300
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD *32E 08:05:22 08:05:23 08:14:01 09:01:35

20190100781
VOID 01/11/2019 08:47:24 THE COLLECTIVE GROUP
476R 5301 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190072 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *26W 08:50:01 08:50:02 08:57:33 09:48:48

20190100795
REPO 01/11/2019 12:09:35 UPDATE INTERNATIONAL
REPO 5801 S BOYLE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190073 CA0197300
VPD RECORDS BUREAU *RECD 12:12:06 12:23:18

20190100801
REPO 01/11/2019 13:41:27 SOUTH GATE MOTORS
REPO 2412 E 56TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190074 CA0197300
VPD RECORDS BUREAU *RECD 13:45:23 16:53:44

20190100805
REPO 01/11/2019 14:50:25 ROMEO POWER
REPO 4380 AYERS AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190075 CA0197300
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20190100805
REPO 01/11/2019 14:50:25 ROMEO POWER
REPO 4380 AYERS AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190075 CA0197300
VPD RECORDS BUREAU RECD 15:12:00

20190100809
VOID 01/11/2019 15:27:59 PRO PORTION FOODS
484R 3501 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190076 CA0197300
VPD OURIQUE,CARLOS *26W 15:31:12 15:33:24
VPD VILLEGAS,RICHARD 32E 15:33:43 16:00:25

20190100820
1015 01/11/2019 21:44:38
TRAFFIC STOP 4400 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190077 CA0197300
VPD NEWTON,TODD *31W 21:44:38 00:12:34
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 26E 21:44:49 21:48:20 23:32:50

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20190100884
1015 01/12/2019 21:09:55
TRAFFIC STOP S ALAMEDA // 38TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190078 CA0197300
VPD *31 21:09:55 22:39:07
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S5 21:10:00 22:20:22

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20190100914
RPT 01/13/2019 04:09:55 FRANCISCO GAMEZ STUDIO
MR60 4464 E DISTRICT BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190079 CA0197300
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA *17E 04:14:28 04:15:23 04:18:10 07:00:45
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 18W 04:29:23 07:00:46
VPD LANDA,RAFAEL 31 04:14:30 04:15:25 04:18:11 07:00:43
VPD LUCAS,JASON 91W 09:41:11 09:48:31 13:05:42
VPD MARTINEZ,GABRIEL S5 04:35:39 04:35:42 06:13:49

20190100926
RPT 01/13/2019 13:15:07
FOUND 3333 DOWNEY RD, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190080 CA0197300
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY *17E 13:16:43 13:22:38 14:11:04

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20190100967
UTL 01/14/2019 06:35:16 REFIRMATION
459R 2263 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
RPT VPD CR20190081 CA0197300
VPD ONOPA,DANIEL *40W 06:37:18 06:42:09 07:10:29
VPD VELEZ,MARISSA 17E 06:57:51 07:04:02
VPD HERNANDEZ,MIGUEL,JR 18 06:45:04 06:57:49 07:07:08 06:55:26
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 32W 06:58:19 07:00:04 07:10:29

20190100969
RPT 01/14/2019 07:00:32
DEMOSTRA 2360 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190082 CA0197300
VPD NEWTON,TODD *31W 09:04:51 07:00:32 09:19:02 15:07:26
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 32W 08:48:04 09:04:50

20190100972
RPT 01/14/2019 08:11:42
10-6 4627 52D DR, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190083 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO *41E 08:11:44 08:11:42 10:02:28
VPD ESTRADA,IGNACIO S3 08:11:47 09:05:30

20190100977
RPT 01/14/2019 10:00:14 CLENVEO
GTAR 6250 S BOYLE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190084 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *40E 10:02:35 10:06:28 10:53:12
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO 41E 10:03:01 10:06:22

20190100983
RPT 01/14/2019 11:25:57 ECHELON FINE PRINTING
902T 4909 ALCOA AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190085 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO *41E 11:37:30 11:42:09 12:12:10

20190100989
RPT 01/14/2019 13:09:10 FARMER JOHN
415 3049 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190086 CA0197300
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Code Complaint Address Unit Time
Dep Officer Unit Dispatch Enroute OnScene Depart Arrive Remove Comp
20190100989
RPT 01/14/2019 13:09:10 FARMER JOHN
415 3049 E VERNON AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190086 CA0197300
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY *31W 13:10:56 13:12:28 13:52:24
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO 32W 13:10:58 13:12:27 13:58:58

20190100993
RPT 01/14/2019 13:41:19 NIGHT LIFE DECOR
484R 4621 E 50TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190087 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO *41E 13:51:46 13:57:00
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR 40E 13:56:57 14:15:12

20190100996
SUP 01/14/2019 14:04:23 REFIRMATION
140 2263 E VERNON AV, VERNON
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO *32W 14:07:08 14:15:59 14:38:52

20190100999
RPT 01/14/2019 14:30:01 ALYSSA
902T S SANTA FE AV // 37TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190088 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *40E 14:31:22 14:38:28 15:13:05
VPD CERDA,EUGENIO 41E 14:44:00 14:52:45 15:10:40
VPD 91W 14:33:00 14:41:22 17:31:27

20190101003
RPT 01/14/2019 15:56:29 VFD 79
902T 4530 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190089 CA0197300
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR *40E 15:57:38 16:10:34 16:54:47

20190101010
RPT 01/14/2019 18:39:13 LASO EAST LA
20002 S SOTO // 26TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VI VPD CR20190090 CA0197300
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VPD CERDA,EUGENIO *41E 18:41:37 18:43:04 18:45:40 19:23:02
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20190101010
RPT 01/14/2019 18:39:13 LASO EAST LA
20002 S SOTO // 26TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VI VPD CR20190090 CA0197300
1015
VPD 18E 18:47:38 18:52:35 21:41:48
VPD 26W 19:00:09 19:07:04 21:41:21
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY 31W 18:43:34 18:54:00 19:06:04
VPD ZOZAYA,OSCAR 32E 18:58:07 21:41:48
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR 40E 18:47:10 19:02:06 19:06:19
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20190101035
RPT 01/15/2019 08:33:21 BANDWAGON BROKERAGE
459VR 4550 SEVILLE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190091 CA0197300
VPD ESCOBEDO,ALEXY *31E 08:35:54 08:37:48 09:16:40

20190101045
RPT 01/15/2019 09:07:33 PLATES AND BEYOND
594R 3051 E 46TH, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190092 CA0197300
VPD VALENZUELA,FERNANDO *32E 09:12:26 09:15:09 09:19:35 09:55:33

20190101073
RPT 01/15/2019 13:27:38 STATION 77
920PR 4301 S SANTA FE AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190093 CA0197300
VPD CORTEZ,JUSTIN *41W 13:29:13 14:17:00

20190101078
RPT 01/15/2019 14:30:42 WELLS FARGO
REPO 4580 PACIFIC BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190094 CA0197300
VPD RECORDS BUREAU *RECD 14:34:32 14:45:55

20190101079
RPT 01/15/2019 14:40:40 LAPD SOUTHWEST DIV
273.5R 4415 BANDINI BL, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190095 CA0197300
VPD DISPATCH *DISP 14:59:16 15:08:07

20190101091
RPT 01/15/2019 18:39:57 RUIS RINCON
902T 2726 FRUITLAND AV, VERNON Department OCA Number RMS Juris
VPD CR20190097 CA0197300
VPD CORTEZ,JUSTIN *41W 18:41:34 18:43:44 19:18:05
VPD ENCINAS,ANTHONY 26 18:43:29 18:46:03
VPD CERDA,PAUL,JR 40 18:41:36 18:42:03 18:51:14
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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-32-2019
Submitted by: Vincent Rodriguez
Submitting Department: Public Works
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Approval of Revocable Encroachment Agreement No. 433 with Alisu Investment, Ltd. and Kargo Group GP, LLC

Recommendation:
A. Find that the approval of the Revocable Encroachment Agreement (the “Agreement”) is exempt under the California
Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), in accordance with CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that
CEQA only applies to projects which have the potential for causing a significant effect on the environment; and

B. Approve Revocable Encroachment Agreement No. 433 between the City of Vernon and Alisu Investment, Ltd. and
Kargo Group GP, LLC. in substantially the same form as submitted herewith.

Backgroud:
An Environmental Site Assessment (Phase 1 ESA) was conducted for potential financing and redevelopment of the Site
located at 4901 S. Boyle Avenue. The ESA identified several recognized environmental conditions (underground
storage tank systems, historical use of the property by several tenants. etc.) that required further evaluation. Phase II
ESA investigation of the site identified elevated concentrations of chemicals of concern beneath the site. A request for
agency oversight was submitted and the State Department of Toxic Substances Control was assigned as the lead
agency.

As part of the investigation, Alisu Investment, Ltd. (Alisu) and Kargo Group GP, LLC. have applied for an
Encroachment License Agreement to install four (4) monitoring wells in the public right-of-way. These wells will be
utilized for sampling groundwater on a quarterly or semi-annual basis for a period of up to approximately twenty-five
(25) years to determine if the groundwater contains any contaminants.

City staff has prepared Revocable Encroachment License Agreement No. 433 between the City of Vernon and Alisu
Investment, Ltd. and Kargo Group GP, LLC. The term of this license is for twenty-five (25) years from the effective
date unless sooner terminated by either party. Alisu and Kargo have indicated their acceptance of the License
Agreement by properly executing the document prior to its submission to the Council for consideration. The City
Attorney’s Office has reviewed and approved the Revocable Encroachment License Agreement as to form.

Fiscal Impact:
The City is to be paid a one-time issuance fee of $5,000.00 for each monitoring well (for a total of $20,000), prior to
the issuance of the License. Alisu and Kargo Group will also pay the City an annual renewal fee of $642.00 (“Annual
Renewal Fee”) for each monitoring well payable each year during the term of the License on or before the anniversary
of the Effective Date. The renewal fee shall be increased annually to account for inflation based on the Consumer Price
Index for All Urban Consumers ("CPI-U"), for the Los Angeles-Anaheim-Riverside Metropolitan Area, published by
the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.
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ATTACHMENTS
 1. Revocable Encroachment License Agreement No. 433 with Alisu Investment, Ltd.

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-26-2019
Submitted by: Daniel Wall
Submitting Department: Public Works
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
Award of Services Agreement to Rutan & Tucker, LLP for Legal Consulting Services Regarding City-Owned Housing

Recommendation:
A. Find that awarding the contract to Rutan & Tucker, LLP is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act
(CEQA) review, because it is an administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the
environment, and therefore is not a “project’ as defined by CEQA Guidelines, Section 15378; and

B. Approve a Services Agreement with Rutan & Tucker, LLP, in substantially the same form as submitted herewith,
with a termination date of May 19, 2019 in an amount not-to-exceed $10,000 for legal consulting services regarding
city-owned housing; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute the Services Agreement with Rutan & Tucker, LLP with an effective
date of January 1, 2019.

Backgroud:
The Vernon Housing Commission has a need for legal consulting services regarding City-owned housing, as the
previous housing legal services agreement expired on on June 30, 2018. The proposed agreement would piggyback
from the City's existing agreement with Rutan & Tucker, LLP, which was awarded pursuant to a 2016 competitive
selection (Request for Proposals) process for specialized outside legal services. As part of the 2016 RFP process, the
City Attorney's Office received proposals from 31 law firms, which were subject to an initial screening and rating
process, as well as panel interviews with top-scoring firms. Rutan & Tucker was selected to assist the City Attorney's
Office on an as-needed basis for litigation and/or advisory issues; Rutan is a full-service firm with a dedicated public law
practice, including attorneys who specialize in public housing and land use issues.

The City initially entered into an agreement with Rutan & Tucker, LLP for legal consulting services on June 8, 2016,
with a termination date of May 19, 2019. The currently proposed agreement with Rutan & Tucker for legal consulting
services regarding City-owned housing would be for a total amount not-to-exceed $10,000, and would also terminate
May 19, 2019. Although it is a separate agreement, the total contracted amount with Rutan & Tucker will surpass the
$100,000 annual threshold, and pursuant to Section 2.17.02 (B) of the VMC, staff is requesting authorization from the
City Council to approve the housing services agreement with Rutan & Tucker, LLP and authorize the City
Administrator to execute the agreement. The proposed agreement has been reviewed and approved as to form by the
City Attorney’s office.

Pursuant to VMC Section 2.17.30(B), all City legal services contracts will be subject to a new competitive
selection/RFP process in 2019.

Fiscal Impact: 368


Funds for legal consulting services regarding city-owned housing have been allocated in the Department’s FY 2018-19
Budget and will also be budgeted next fiscal year.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Rutan Tucker - Attorney Services (Transactional) Agreement re Housing

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ATTORNEY SERVICES AGREEMENT (TRANSACTIONAL) BETWEEN THE CITY OF
VERNON AND RUTAN & TUCKER, LLP FOR LEGAL CONSULTING SERVICES
REGARDING CITY-OWNED HOUSING

COVER PAGE

Associate Counsel: Rutan & Tucker, LLP

Responsible Principal of Associate Counsel: Edson K. McClellan, Esq.

Notice Information - Associate Counsel: Rutan & Tucker, LLP


611 Anton Blvd., Suite 1400
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Attention: Edson K. McClellan, Esq.
Phone: (714) 641-5100
Facsimile: (714) 546-9035

Notice Information - City: City of Vernon


4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058
Attention: Daniel Wall, P.E.
Public Works Director
Telephone: (323) 583-8811 ext. 305
Facsimile: (323) 826-1435

Commencement Date: January 1, 2019

Termination Date: May 19, 2019

Consideration: Total not to exceed $10,000.00 (includes all


applicable sales tax)

Records Retention Period Three (3) years, pursuant to Section 12.2

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ATTORNEY SERVICES AGREEMENT (TRANSACTIONAL) BETWEEN THE CITY OF
VERNON AND RUTAN & TUCKER, LLP FOR LEGAL CONSULTING SERVICES
REGARDING CITY-OWNED HOUSING

This Agreement is entered into by and between the City of Vernon ("City"), a California
charter City and California municipal corporation (“City”), and Rutan & Tucker, LLP a limited
liability partnership (“Associate Counsel”). City and Associate Counsel are collectively referred
to herein as the “Parties.”

RECITALS

WHEREAS, the City desires to engage Associate Counsel, in association with the City
Attorney, to provide legal consulting and advisory services regarding City-owned housing, and
to provide advice and assistance in housing-related legal matters from time to time; and

WHEREAS, Associate Counsel possesses the skills, qualifications, and experience


necessary to assist as Associate Counsel in said matters; and

WHEREAS, the City Attorney of the City of Vernon, herein referred to as "City Attorney,"
is the Chief Legal Advisor for the City and is charged with the responsibility of protecting the
interests of the City, its Council, officers, employees and agents, as provided for by California
law and the Charter and ordinances of the City.

WITNESSETH:

NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties agree as follows:

1.0 Scope of Services.

Associate Counsel hereby is associated as Counsel of Record in association with


the City Attorney to perform such legal services as may be required from time to time in
connection with specific transactional matters and other legal matters as specified in Exhibit “A”,
hereto. Edson K. McClellan, a principal member of the firm of Associate Counsel, shall be
responsible for the performance of services hereunder, and shall supervise any services
performed by other members of Associate Counsel's firm and by its employees, including but
not limited to Senior Counsel Allison Lemoine-Bui. It is understood that the City Attorney is
chief counsel of record for all purposes, and that Associate Counsel shall coordinate its services
hereunder with the City Attorney to the extent required by said City Attorney, and that all
performances required hereunder by Associate Counsel shall be performed to the satisfaction of
the City.

2.0 Time of Performance and Term.

The services of Associate Counsel are to commence upon the signing


hereof (“Effective Date”), and the written assignment of particular matters, provided, the
effectiveness of this Agreement is subject to approval by the City Council or City Administrator
(as appropriate), and shall be undertaken and completed in such sequence as to assure their
completion as expeditiously as is consistent with professional skill and care. This Agreement

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shall automatically terminate on May 19, 2019, subject and pursuant to the terms of this
Agreement.

3.0 Budgeting.

Associate Counsel handling specific City matters will be expected to


institute and to adhere to budgeting and planning procedures in the sole discretion of the City.
The general framework of the litigation budgeting and planning procedures is as follows:

3.1 Budget:

3.1.1 Associate Counsel shall, if requested by the City, provide a Plan


and a Budget, or revisions thereof, which will include a projection
of recommended steps to be taken in the assigned matter and a
range of costs for each step. The Plan and Budget will be
reviewed and updated as necessary or as more frequently
requested by the City.

3.1.2 The Budget shall include an estimate of Associate Counsel’s


attorney’s hours, fees, and disbursements during each phase and
activity.

3.1.3 The Budget should include the anticipated cost of each line item,
the time estimated to complete it, and the identity (name, title,
billing rate) of the primary attorney handling it.

3.1.4 Each line item should be given a code number that can be used in
the billing process and in preparation of updated progress reports.

3.1.5 The Budget is not a fixed fee agreement and is subject to revision.
However, Associate Counsel understands and agrees that failure
to timely submit a Budget or major unjustified deviations therefrom
may constitute a breach and result in termination of this
Agreement with Associate Counsel.

3.2 Plan.

3.2.1 In addition to the Budget, Associate Counsel shall, if requested,


prepare a Plan. The plan will start as an initial evaluation (before
substantial costs are incurred) and shall include, with a discussion
(where applicable): a) anticipated total costs; b) the primary
issues; and c) tasks toward completion.

3.2.2 The City shall be consulted by Associate Counsel regarding the


component parts of projects/cases handled so that the City can
determine, or secure a determination from the City Council, as
appropriate, tactics, strategy, and whether a particular activity
makes sense from an economic standpoint or can be done more
economically in another fashion.

3.2.3 The City is to be advised of any significant shift in staffing.


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3.2.4 The City is to be provided with copies of any billing manuals or
directions for billing practices in use by Associate Counsel within
thirty (30) days of signing this Agreement.

4.0 Compensation, Reimbursement and Methods of Payments.

4.1 Compensation.

Associate Counsel has established rates for the City of Vernon which are
comparable to and do not exceed the best rates offered to other governmental entities in and
around Los Angeles County for the same services. Fees for all services provided hereunder by
all billers shall be charged in accordance with Exhibit "B", which is attached hereto and fully
incorporated herein by reference. Associate Counsel’s grand total, not-to-exceed compensation
for the term of this Contract shall not exceed the amount of $$10,000.00, without prior approval
of the City Council and written amendment of this Contract.

4.2 Reimbursement.

In addition to the compensation provided above, the City will reimburse


Associate Counsel only for the following expenses: printing, copying costs (not to exceed 10
cents a page), transcription fees, reporter's fees and ground transportation (in the amount set
forth by the Internal Revenue Service standard mileage rate). Any other expense (e.g., travel
expenses or travel time beyond Southern California) must be approved by the City in writing and
in advance. No compensation shall be allowed for general overhead or support services such as
typing, word processing, scanning hard-copy documents to .pdf format, secretarial time of any
nature (normal, overflow, or overtime), clerical work, Lexis or Westlaw, equipment rental,
calendaring, setting up files, updating files, computer time or service, nor any other expense not
itemized in the approved Case Budget or otherwise approved by the City. There shall be no
mark-ups on outside services.

4.3 The City must approve in advance any single disbursement item in
excess of $500.00, including, but not limited to, investigators, copying, and experts. Requests
for costs exceeding $500.00 shall contain a recommendation of alternative information services,
including use of City employees. Associate Counsel will use City Staff in lieu of outside experts
whenever feasible.

4.4 The City expects moderation with regard to all expenses.

4.5 Method of Billing.

Unless otherwise agreed, Associate Counsel shall provide monthly bills


unless fees and costs for a particular month are insignificant (i.e., $500 or less), in which case
such charges will be added to the following month’s bill. The following information must be
provided in monthly bills:

A. A detailed description of work, in time increments of .1 hour (one tenth of an


hour) for and by each and every individual billing services. Associate
Counsel shall keep the City advised regarding the identity and the billing
rates of those people who work on the litigation account.

B. Identification of the lawyer who is in charge of the matter.


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C. Detailed disbursement breakdowns, including the nature and purpose of each
disbursement.

D. Each billing item will be separately stated on a separate line identifying the
biller, the time spent, and the exact nature of the service rendered. Narrative
billing and block billing are unacceptable. For example, if numerous tasks are
undertaken in one day, each should be identified with a specified time for
performing that task, i.e. a telephone call, a court appearance, a meeting or
legal research. All tasks performed on the same day should be entered as
separate entries, identifying the time spent on each. Telephone conferences
should specify the participants and the subject matter discussed. The City will
not pay for vague descriptions for services which do not state the precise
nature of the work performed and the need for the work. Words such as
"research", "strategy", "analysis", "discovery", "conference", "preparation",
"case management", "memorandum", "correspondence", "telephone call" or
"meeting", without an explanation of (1) the specific topic or subject matter,
(2) the persons involved, and (3) the need therefor, do not allow for
accountability and are therefore non-reimbursable.

E. The City will not pay for inter-office conferences among attorneys/billers
unless a conference is a necessary strategy meeting relating to some
significant legal issue or event, such as an upcoming trial, and then only one
attorney may be billed. Where charges are made for conferences, the
specific reason and need for each conference must be stated in detail, and
the participants identified.

F. Where charges are made for research time, the specific issue being
researched and the need must be identified. City has retained Associate
Counsel for its expertise, and therefore expects not to be billed for
introductory or background research. The City will not pay for attorneys, law
clerks and paralegals educating themselves or doing work of a transient
nature on the case.

G. The City expects the attorney assigned to the matter to handle all significant
issues in the case. If other attorneys are assigned to assist the primary
attorney, the City must be notified. The City may request that the assigned
work be instead handled by the primary attorney. Thus, only those attorneys
or persons approved in advance by the City may bill on the case. Upon City
request, resumes will be provided for all persons (other than clerical or
secretarial) working on the case.

H. No more than two non-attorney support staff may bill on a particular case
without the prior approval of the City.

I. One paralegal may be used. Assignment of work to such paralegal should not
result in duplicative work by the attorneys, or reworking of paralegal's work.
Paralegal shall not perform clerical work, such as filing, indexing, date-
stamping, organizing, etc., but shall perform work such as research,
summarizing depositions, investigation, interviews of witnesses, etc.

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J. Upon request, each item billed must be coded to a specific budget line item,
so a bill may be easily compared with the approved budget.

K. A tracking system must be set up to periodically, at least every six months, to


compare the amount of work completed to a percentage of the budget
absorbed.

L. The City reserves the right to request various levels of detail and specific
formats (such as columnar comparisons with established budgets).

M. The City will not pay for more than one biller doing any task (e.g. two or more
attorneys attending the same depositions or the same court appearances, a
biller redoing the work of another biller, or duplicative entries for reviewing
and analyzing documentation and legal research).

N. Charges for time spent complying with billing inquiries and/or City audits are
non-reimbursable.

O. Photocopies of deposition transcripts shall be made whenever possible to


reduce deposition expenses.

P. No finance charge or interest will be paid by the City, nor billed by Associate
Counsel.

4.6 Timing of Payment.

The City shall pay Associate Counsel for services rendered and costs
incurred hereunder, at the rates and in the amounts provided hereunder, on a monthly basis.

5.0 Engagement of Other Counsel, Specialists or Experts.


Associate Counsel shall not engage or otherwise incur an obligation to
pay other counsel, specialists or experts for services in connection with this Agreement without
the prior written approval of the City.

6.0 Termination of Agreement and Legal Services.

Subject to the applicable provisions of the Rules of Professional Conduct


of the State Bar of California, this Agreement and all legal services to be rendered hereunder
may be terminated at any time by written notice from either party with or without cause. In such
event, all finished or unfinished documents, project data and reports, both originals and all
duplicate copies, in all forms and media requested by the City, shall immediately be turned over
to the possession of City, which owns all such materials. In the event of such termination,
Associate Counsel shall be paid for all satisfactory work, unless such termination is made for
cause, in which event compensation, if any, shall be adjusted, in the City's sole discretion, in
light of the particular facts and circumstances involved in such termination.

7.0 Interest of Members of Local Public Agency.

No member of the governing body of the City, and no other officer,


employee or agent of the City who exercises any discretion, function or responsibility in

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connection with the carrying out of any project to which this Agreement pertains, shall have any
personal interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement.

8.0 Interest of Counsel.

Associate Counsel agrees to secure the informed written consent of the


City Attorney before accepting any representation adverse to the City (actual or apparent)
during the term of this Agreement, and to forego such representation if the City, in its sole
discretion, objects for any reason.

9.0 General Procedures.

9.1 Copies of major documents, correspondence and periodic status


reports shall be submitted to keep the City advised of any major
developments in the matter. Once the Plan is approved, Associate
Counsel need not advise the City of each and every step being
taken. As long as Associate Counsel is complying with the Plan, it
should provide periodic reviews and information on significant
matters. The City does not, however, want boilerplate routine
letters announcing each and every procedural step being taken.

10.0 Policy for Investigation and Discovery Assistance.

A copy of the City Attorney's Policy for Investigation and Discovery


Assistance is attached hereto as Exhibit “C” which is attached hereto and fully incorporated
herein by reference.

11.0 Conflict of Interest.

Associate Counsel certifies that no member, officer or employee of the


Associate Counsel is an officer or employee of the City of Vernon except to the extent permitted
by law.

Associate Counsel agrees to secure the informed written consent of the


City before accepting any representation adverse to the City (actual or apparent) during the
term of this Agreement, and to forego such representation if the City, in its sole discretion,
objects for any reason.

12.0 Maintenance and Inspection of Records.

12.1 The City and any other Federal, State or local governmental
agency, and any of their authorized auditors or representatives,
shall have access to, and the right to audit and reproduce any of
Associate Counsel's records to the extent the City or such other
governmental agency deems necessary to ensure that City is
paying only the amounts to which Associate Counsel is properly
entitled or for other purposes relating to the Agreement.

12.2 Associate Counsel shall maintain and preserve all such records
for at least three (3) years after termination of the Agreement or
until an audit has been completed and accepted in writing by City.
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Upon written notice by the City, the Associate Counsel shall
promptly make all such records available to auditors or other
representatives of the City or other governmental agencies.

12.3 If Associate Counsel does not maintain such records in the City of
Vernon, Associate Counsel shall either deliver said records at its
expense to Vernon or shall promptly reimburse City for all
reasonable costs incurred in conducting the audit at a location
other than the City of Vernon, including, but not limited to,
expenses for personnel, salaries, private auditors, lodging, meals,
and overhead.

13.0 Indemnity.

Associate Counsel agrees to indemnify City, its officers, elected officials,


employees and agents against, and will hold and save each of them harmless from, any and all
actions, suits, claims, damages to persons or property, losses, costs, penalties, obligations,
errors, omissions or liabilities (herein “claims or liabilities”), including but not limited to
professional negligence, that may be asserted or claimed by any person, firm or entity arising
out of or in connection with the work, operations or activities of Associate Counsel, its agents,
employees, subcontractors, or invitees, provided for herein, or arising from the acts or
omissions of Associate Counsel hereunder, or arising from Associate Counsel’s performance of
or failure to perform any term, provision, covenant or condition of this Agreement, except to the
extent such claims or liabilities arise from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of City, its
officers, elected officials, agents or employees. The City acknowledges that Associate
Counsel’s insurance carrier(s) may not cover claims for indemnity under this provision based on
the applicable policy terms. Moreover, the obligations undertaken by Associate Counsel in the
indemnification provision do not impair Associate Counsel’s ability to assert defenses of
contributory or comparative negligence, or other defenses applicable in professional negligence
or negligent supervision claims.

14.0 INSURANCE.

Associate Counsel shall, at its own expense, procure and maintain


policies of insurance of the types and in the amounts set forth below, for the duration of the
Agreement, including any extensions thereto.

14.1 Automobile Liability with minimum limits of at least


$100,000/300,000/500,000 if written on a personal automobile
liability form, for using a personal vehicle; or an amount of
$500,000 including owned, hired, and non-owned liability
coverage if written on a Commercial automobile liability form.

14.2 General Liability with minimum limits of at least $1,000,000


combined single limits written on an Insurance Services Office
(ISO) Comprehensive General Liability "occurrence" form or its
equivalent for coverage on an occurrence basis.
Premises/Operations and Personal Injury coverage is required.
The City of Vernon, its Council, commissioners, officers,
employees, agents, and volunteers registered with the City of
Vernon must be endorsed on the policy as additional insureds as
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respects liability arising out of the Associate Counsel's
performance of this Agreement.

14.3 Professional Errors and Omissions coverage in a sum of at least


$1,000,000. If a claims-made policy is obtained, a "tail" of at least
three years shall be purchased if non-renewed within three (3)
years of completion of performance under this Agreement.
Applicable aggregates must be identified and claims history
provided to determine amounts remaining under the aggregate.

14.4 Associate Counsel shall comply with the applicable sections of the
California Labor Code concerning workers' compensation for
injuries on the job. Compliance is accomplished in one of the
following manners:

14.4.1 Provide copy of permissive self-insurance certificate


approved by the State of California; or

14.4.2 Secure and maintain in force a policy of workers'


compensation insurance with statutory limits and
Employer's Liability Insurance with a minimal limit of
$1,000,000 per accident. The policy shall be endorsed to
waive all rights of subrogation against City, its Council,
commissioners, officers, employees, and volunteers for
losses arising from performance of this Agreement; or

14.4.3 Provide an insurance exemption form certifying that no


employees subject to workers' compensation law will be
used in performance of this Agreement.

14.4.4 Each insurance policy included in this clause shall be


endorsed to state that coverage shall not be canceled
except after ten (10) days' prior written notice to City.

14.4.5 Insurance shall be placed with insurers with a Best's rating


of no less than B:VIII.

14.4.6 Prior to commencement of performance, Associate


Counsel shall furnish City with a certificate of insurance for
each policy. Each certificate is to be signed by a person
authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf.
The certificate(s) must be in a form approved by City. City
may require complete, certified copies of any or all policies
at any time.

14.4.7 Failure to maintain required insurance at all times shall


constitute a default and material breach. In such event,
Associate Counsel shall immediately notify City and cease
all performance under this Agreement until further directed
by the City. In the absence of satisfactory insurance
coverage, City may, at its option: (a) procure insurance
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with collection rights for premiums, attorney's fees and
costs against Associate Counsel by way of set-off or
recoupment from sums due Associate Counsel, at City's
option; (b) immediately terminate this Agreement; or (c)
self-insure the risk, with all damages and costs incurred, by
judgment, settlement or otherwise, including attorney's
fees and costs, being collectible from Associate Counsel,
by way of set-off or recoupment from any sums due
Associate Counsel.

15.0 Choice of Forum.

This Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the


laws of the State of California. Associate Counsel agrees that the State and Federal courts
which sit in the State of California shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all controversies and
disputes arising hereunder, and submits to the jurisdiction thereof.

16.0 Incorporation by Reference.

This contract incorporates by reference the Request for Proposal and


specifications therein, and all attachments, and the Proposal by Associate Counsel, and all
attachments.

17.0 Order of Precedence.

In case of conflict between the terms of this Agreement and the terms in
any document attached as an exhibit or otherwise incorporated by reference, the terms of this
Agreement shall strictly prevail.

18.0 Living Wages.

Associate Counsel working on City service contracts of any amount, as to


all employees spending time on City contracts, shall observe the City’s Living Wage Ordinance
and all requirements thereof at all times on City contracts. The Current Living Wage Standards
are set forth in Exhibit “D”. Upon request, certified payroll shall be provided to the City.

19.0 Equal Employment Opportunity Practices.

Associate Counsel certifies and represents that, during the performance


of this Agreement, it and any other parties with whom it may subcontract shall adhere to equal
employment opportunity practices to assure that applicants, employees and recipients of service
are treated equally and are not discriminated against because of their race, religion, color,
national origin, ancestry, disability, sex, age, medical condition, sexual orientation or marital
status. Associate Counsel further certifies that it will not maintain any segregated facilities. The
Equal Employment Opportunity Practices provisions are set forth in Exhibit “E”.

20.0 Ethical Guarantees.

20.1 Associate Counsel warrants that no gratuities (in the form of


entertainment, gifts, or otherwise) were offered or given by Associate Counsel, or any agent of
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representative of Associate Counsel, to any officer or employee of City with a view toward
securing this Agreement or favorable treatment with respect to any determination concerning
the performance of this Agreement. In the event of breach of this warranty, City shall be entitled
to pursue the same remedies including, but not limited to, termination, against Associate
Counsel as it could pursue in the event of Associate Counsel’s default.
20.2 Associate Counsel and its members shall comply with all
applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, including the conflict of interest
provisions of Government Code Section 1090 and the Political Reform Act (Government Code
Section 81000 et seq.).

21.0 Right to Offset Claims for Money.

All claims of money due or to become due from City shall be subject to
deduction or offset by City from any monies due Associate Counsel by reason of any claim or
counterclaim arising out of: (i) this Agreement, or (ii) any purchase order, or (iii) any other
transaction with Associate Counsel.

22.0 Modification.

Any modification of this Agreement will be effective only if it is in writing


signed by all parties to this Agreement, and, where applicable, if it is approved by City Council.

23.0 Severability/Partial Invalidity.

If any term or provision of this Agreement, or the application of any term


or provision of this Agreement to a particular situation, shall be finally found to be void, invalid,
illegal, or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, then notwithstanding such
determination, such term or provision shall remain in force and effect to the extent allowed by
such ruling and all other terms and provisions of this Agreement or the application of this
Agreement to other situations shall remain in full force and effect. Notwithstanding the
foregoing, if any material term or provision of this Agreement or the application of such material
term or condition to a particular situation is finally found to be void, invalid, illegal, or
unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, then the parties hereto agree to work in good
faith and fully cooperate with each other to amend this Agreement to carry out its intent.

24.0 Time of the Essence.

Time is of the essence in the performance of this Agreement.

25.0 No assignment by a party hereto of any rights under or interest in this


Agreement will be binding on another party hereto without the written consent of the party
sought to be bound; and specifically but without limitations, moneys that may become due and
moneys that are due may not be assigned without such consent (except to the extent that the
effect of this restriction may be limited by law), and unless specifically state to the contrary in
written consent to an assignment no assignment will release or discharge the assignor from any
duty or responsibility under the Agreement.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City and Associate Counsel agree as set forth
hereinabove.

DATED: CITY OF VERNON, a California charter City


and California municipal corporation

By:
Carlos Fandino, City Administrator

DATED: Rutan & Tucker, LLP, a limited liability


partnership

By:

Name:

Title:

ATTEST:

________________________
Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

________________________
Hema Patel, City Attorney

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EXHIBIT A

SCOPE OF SERVICES

Associate Counsel shall provide the following services and/or related advice/counsel to
City when and if requested by City:

1. Serve as Legal Counsel to the Vernon Housing Commission.

2. Review ordinances, resolutions, policies, or manuals related to the aforementioned.

3. Any other related legal service or advice/counsel requested by the City that Associate
Counsel is appropriately qualified to provide.

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EXHIBIT B

Rutan & Tucker, LLP


611 Anton Blvd., Suite 1400
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(714) 641-5100

Hema Patel
City Attorney
City of Vernon
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058

Re: Fees and Costs

Dear Mrs. Patel:

The following hourly fees are agreeable:

A) Allison LeMoine-Bui, Senior Counsel $290.00

B) One paralegal $160.00

Very truly yours,

Edson K. McClellan, Esq.

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EXHIBIT C

POLICY FOR INVESTIGATION AND DISCOVERY ASSISTANCE

The following sets forth the policy of this office regarding investigation and other assistance in
the defense of liability cases involving the City of Vernon or City employees. The objective is to
provide current and long-range investigative assistance and guidance on all liability cases.

1. Copies of the summons, complaint and claims investigation reports, if available, will be
forwarded to Associate Counsel upon assignment of the lawsuit to defense counsel.

2. Associate Counsel, in evaluating the lawsuit, is to advise the City Attorney as to further
investigative needs. The services of an investigating agency, approved by the City
Attorney, may be requested to assist Associate Counsel in their investigation. The agency
is to furnish this office with copies of all its reports.

3. After receiving Associate Counsel's request, the investigating agency commences the
specified investigation and outlines its recommendations for additional investigation, but
does not commence such additional investigation until specifically requested by Associate
Counsel to do so.

4. In addition to investigation, the investigating agency assists with such discovery, needed
diagrams, photographs and other information as may be requested by Associate Counsel.

5. Associate Counsel is requested to review the claims investigation file sent with the
assignment of defense so as to preclude unnecessary or duplicate investigative expenses.

6. Copies of the Vernon Municipal Code and other City documents can be readily obtained
from the City Attorney's Office.

7. Attendance at mandatory settlement conferences will include only Associate Counsel and
an attorney from the City Attorney's Office. Neither the Claims Coordinator nor
investigators shall attend unless specifically requested to do so by this office.

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EXHIBIT D

LIVING WAGE PROVISIONS

Minimum Living Wages:

A requirement that Employers pay qualifying employees a wage of no less than $10.30 per hour
with health benefits, or $11.55 per hour without health benefits.

Paid and Unpaid Days Off:

Employers provide qualifying employees at least twelve compensated days off per year for sick
leave, vacation, or personal necessity, and an additional ten days a year of uncompensated
time for sick leave.

No Retaliation:

A prohibition on employer retaliation against employees complaining to the City with regard to
the employer’s compliance with the living wage ordinance. Employees may bring an action in
Superior Court against an employer for back pay, treble damages for willful violations, and
attorney’s fees, or to compel City officials to terminate the service contract of violating
employers.

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EXHIBIT E

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT

PRACTICES PROVISIONS

A. Associate Counsel certifies and represents that, during the performance of this Agreement,
the contractor and each subcontractor shall adhere to equal opportunity employment
practices to assure that applicants and employees are treated equally and are not
discriminated against because of their race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry,
handicap, sex, or age. Contractor further certifies that it will not maintain any segregated
facilities.

B. Associate Counsel agrees that it shall, in all solicitations or advertisements for applicants
for employment placed by or on behalf of Associate Counsel, state that it is an "Equal
Opportunity Employer" or that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to their race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry,
handicap, sex or age.

C. Associate Counsel agrees that it shall, if requested to do so by the City, certify that it has
not, in the performance of this Agreement, discriminated against applicants or employees
because of their membership in a protected class.

D. Associate Counsel agrees to provide the City with access to, and, if requested to do so by
City, through its awarding authority, provide copies of all of its records pertaining or relating
to its employment practices, except to the extent such records or portions of such records
are confidential or privileged under state or federal law.

E. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed in any manner as to require or


permit any act which is prohibited by law.

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-50-2019
Submitted by: Daniel Wall
Submitting Department: Public Works
Meeting Date: February 5, 2019

SUBJECT
A Resolution Approving and Authorizing The Withdrawal from the Orangeline Development Authority

Recommendation:
A. Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") review,
as it is a governmental administrative activity that will not directly result in physical changes to the environment and is
therefore not a "project" as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Adopt a Resolution approving and authorizing withdrawal from the Orangeline Development Authority.

Backgroud:
In August 2003, The City of Vernon joined the Orangeline Development Authority ("ODA", also known as "Eco-Rapid
Transit" and "West Santa Ana Branch"), a joint powers authority. ODA was formed by Southeast Los Angeles County
cities and public agencies to facilitate the development of a passenger rail line in the former Pacific Electric Railway
right-of-way. In the years after Vernon joined the ODA, voters in the region, through a series of ballot measures, have
approved funding for the design and construction of the rail line by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation
Authority (Metro).

The original conceptual alignment for the rail line called for it to travel through Vernon along Pacific Avenue and Santa
Fe Avenue. This proposed alignment caused much concern in the Vernon community due to the construction and
operational impacts that the rail line would have on traffic and commerce. Vernon, with assistance from ODA, was able
to influence Metro to reroute the project to outside the city limits. Now that the rail line is funded and the alignment has
been designed to avoid impacts to Vernon, ODA has helped the City achieve its goals for the project.

Pursuant to Section 3.2 (h) of the latest Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement (Fifth amended JPA Agreement) the City
may withdraw its membership as follows:

"h) Withdrawal. Any party may withdraw from the Authority at any time, for any reason, by giving written notice to the
Board of its intention to do so thirty (30) days prior to the effective date of that withdrawal."

Fiscal Impact:
Withdrawal from the Orangeline Development Authority will result in annual savings of membership dues of $11,877.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Resolution - Orangeline Development Authority Withdrawal

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RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF


VERNON APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE WITHDRAWAL
FROM THE ORANGELINE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, on August 27, 2003, the City Council of the City of


Vernon adopted Resolution No. 8267 approving a Joint Exercise of Powers
Agreement (the “JPA”) creating the Orangeline Development Authority
(the “Authority”), a Joint Powers Agency, and approving the City’s
participation as a voting member in the Authority; and
WHEREAS, on October 20, 2004, the City Council of the City of
Vernon adopted Resolution No. 8567 approving an amendment to the JPA;
and
WHEREAS, on June 14, 2010, the City Council of the City of
Vernon adopted Resolution No. 2010-73 approving the second amendment to
the JPA; and
WHEREAS, on July 5, 2011, the City Council of the City of
Vernon adopted Resolution No. 2011-117 approving the third amendment to
the JPA; and
WHEREAS, on October 18, 2016, the City Council of the City of
Vernon, by minute order, approved the fifth amendment to the JPA; and
WHEREAS, the Authority was created to obtain funding for a
high-speed magnetic levitation or “maglev” train line that would run
along the historic Red Car right-of-way from Los Angeles’ Union Station
to central Orange County (the “Orangeline Project”); and
WHEREAS, in the years after the City joined the Authority
voters in the region, through a series of ballot measures, have
approved funding for the design and construction of the rail line by
the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“Metro”);
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and
WHEREAS, the original conceptual alignment for the rail line
called for it to travel through the City along Pacific Avenue and Santa
Fe Avenue; and
WHEREAS, this proposed alignment caused much concern in the
Vernon community due to the construction and operational impacts that
the rail line would have on traffic and commerce; and
WHEREAS, the City, with assistance from the Authority, was
able to influence Metro to reroute the project to outside the City
limits; and
WHEREAS, by memorandum dated February 5, 2019, the Director
of Public Works has recommended the withdrawal from the Authority,
pursuant to Section 3.2(h) of the fifth amendment to the JPA, now that
the rail line is funded and the alignment has been designed to avoid
impacts to the City; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Vernon desires to
approve and authorize the withdrawal from the Authority.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF VERNON AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION 1: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
finds and determines that the above recitals are true and correct.
SECTION 2: The City Council of the City of Vernon finds
that this action is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act
("CEQA") review, as it is a governmental administrative activity that
will not directly result in physical changes to the environment and is
therefore not a "project" as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378.
SECTION 3: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
authorizes the withdrawal from the Orangeline Development Authority.
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SECTION 4: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
instructs the City Administrator, or his designee, to take whatever
actions are deemed necessary or desirable for the purpose of
implementing and carrying out the purposes of this Resolution and the
transactions herein approved or authorized.
SECTION 5: The City Clerk of the City of Vernon shall
certify to the passage, approval and adoption of this resolution, and
the City Clerk, of the City of Vernon shall cause this resolution and
the City Clerk’s certification to be entered in the File of
Resolutions of the Council of this City.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 5th day of February, 2019.

Name:

Title: Mayor / Mayor Pro-Tem


ATTEST:

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Brian Byun,
Senior Deputy City Attorney

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA )
) ss
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES )

I, Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk of the City of Vernon, do hereby


certify that the foregoing Resolution, being Resolution No. _______,
was duly passed, approved and adopted by the City Council of the City
of Vernon at a regular meeting of the City Council duly held on
Tuesday, February 5, 2019, and thereafter was duly signed by the Mayor
or Mayor Pro-Tem of the City of Vernon.
Executed this day of February, 2019, at Vernon, California.

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

(SEAL)

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