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April 13, 2004

WOULD NOT REFLECT THE NEEDS OF OUR COMMUNITY. THE CURRENT COMPOSITION OF THE COMMISSION HAS BEEN CAREFULLY CRAFTED OVER MANY HEARS OF DEVELOPMENT AND UTILIZATION TO PROVIDE BALANCED REPRESENTATION OF ALL COUNTY STAKEHOLDERS, INCLUDING A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE CALIFORNIA LEAGUE OF CITIES. AB-2293 WOULD ALSO SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASE THE COUNTY'S WORKLOAD WITH LITTLE BENEFIT OVERALL. THE BILL WOULD REQUIRE THE COMMISSION TO CONSIDER AND REVIEW ALL 121 STANDARDS IN THE E.M.S. PLAN INSTEAD OF THE THREE MOST SIGNIFICANT STANDARDS AND INCREASE THE NUMBER OF MEETINGS REQUIRED TO ADDRESS ISSUES BROUGHT BEFORE IT. NOTWITHSTANDING THE OBJECTIVES OF C.S.A.C. AND LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CITIES, AB 2293 IS UNNECESSARY IN L.A. COUNTY AND POTENTIALLY IMPOSES TREMENDOUS WORKLOAD INCREASES ON OUR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AGENCY WITHOUT PROVIDING ADDITIONAL FUNDING. I THEREFORE MOVE THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SEND A FIVE SIGNATURE LETTER TO THE CHAIR OF THE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNTY STATE LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION OPPOSING AB-2293 UNLESS AMENDED TO EXEMPT LOS ANGELES COUNTY AND INSTRUCT THE COUNTY'S LEGISLATIVE ADVOCATES IN SACRAMENTO TO PURSUE THE COUNTY'S POSITION ON THIS MEASURE.

SUP. ANTONOVICH: WHAT IS C.S.A.C.'S POSITION ON THIS AND ALSO THE LEAGUE OF CITIES?

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