Specifies that competitive funds will be awarded to improvement projects over a 30 year period for the "L.A. FOR KIDS Program," including $15,000,000 for urban greening, which may be in the form of community gardens or other specified project types.
This policy may correspond to diet-related strategies identified by the County Health Rankings’ What Works for Health tool, including:
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Children, race, sex, sexual orientation, physical or medical handicap (§ 8.325.5).
Athletic fields (§ 8.325.5(e)(7))
Urban greening, tree planting (§ 8.325.50
"Various administrative duties are set forth throughout section 8.325.5 including the following: The Steering Committee to promulgate regulations for the administration of competitive grants. (§ 8.325.5(i)); The City Engineer shall develop a Request for Proposal process and documents (RFP) pursuant to all applicable federal, state, and local ordinances and regulations. The RFP will be approved by the Steering Committee and City Council, and will be subject to City Attorney approval as to form and legality prior to the commencement of each funding cycle. (§ 8.325.2 (b)); The City Engineer will be responsible for reviewing all applications meeting the basic eligibility requirements of the RFP. (§ 8.325.2(g))."
For grant funding for community gardens and other urban greening projects under the L.A. For KIDS program in the amount of $15,000,000.
"Section 8.325.5(e)(7) is located in the Administrative Code, Division 8 Special Authorities, Agencies, Boards, and Commisssions; CHAPTER 24 L.A. For Kids Steering Committee. History: Ord. No. 175,654, Eff. 1-3-04. "
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