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Revised Regular Board Meeting Agenda*

Location & Date

Metro Board Room, One Gateway Plaza, 3rd Floor, Los Angeles
Thursday, February 27, 2014 9:30 a.m.

Agenda

Call to Order

Directors:

Diane DuBois, Chair
Eric Garcetti, 1st Vice Chair
Mark Ridley-Thomas, 2nd Vice Chair
Michael Antonovich
Mike Bonin
Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker
John Fasana
Don Knabe
Paul Krekorian
Gloria Molina
Ara J. Najarian
Pam O'Connor*
Zev Yaroslavsky
Carrie Bowen, non-voting member

Officers:

Arthur T. Leahy, Chief Executive Officer
Michele Jackson, Board Secretary
Karen Gorman, Ethics Officer
Karen Gorman, Acting Inspector General
County Counsel, General Counsel

SUMMARY OF AGENDA ITEMS
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

REGULAR BOARD MEETING
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2014

 

CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS

 

NON-CONSENT ITEMS

 

CLOSED SESSION

2

3

72

5

4

 

6

9

 

7

18.2

 

8

20

 

11

59

 

16

60

 

17

**61

 

18.1

**62

 

19

**63

 

29

**64

 

30

**65

 

31

66

 

32

67

 

33

68

 

34

69

 

40

70

 

41

71

 

41.1

 

 

42

 

 

43

 

 

53

 

 

55

 

 

56

 

 

57

 

 

58

 

 

** REQUIRES 2/3 VOTE

1. APPROVE Consent Calendar Items: 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 11, 16, 17, 18.1, 19, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 40, 41, 41.1, 42, 43, 53, 55, 56, 57 and 58.

Consent Calendar items are approved by one motion unless held by a Director for discussion and/or separate action.

CONSENT CALENDAR

2. APPROVE Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held January 23, 2014. 

5. AD-HOC CONGESTION REDUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0): 

A. authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute Amendment No. 1 of Funding Agreement No. 12R514000 with the California Highway Patrol to provide enforcement services on the I-10 and I-110 ExpressLanes in an amount not to exceed $2,533,070, increasing the Total Funding Agreement from $1,994,284 to $4,527,354; and

B. approving an increase to the FY14 budget in the amount of $844,356.

6. AD-HOC CONGESTION REDUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0):

A. authorizing the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to exercise Option 4.1, Additional Year of Operation and Maintenance – Year 1, Modification No. 44 for Contract No. PS092210233 with Atkinson Contractors, LP in the amount of $3,024,000, increasing the Total Contract Price from $91,642,414 to $94,666,414. This action does not increase the Life-of-Project Budget and does not commit the Board to making the ExpressLanes permanent;

B. authorizing the CEO to negotiate and execute the following contract modifications:

1. Contract Modification No. 45 for additional account support in an amount not to exceed $2,900,000;

2. Contract Modification No. 46 for additional transponders and retail packaging in an amount not to exceed $1,350,000; and

3. Contract Modification No. 47 for additional mailing costs in an amount not to exceed $1,700,000.

The total not-to-exceed amount of these Contract Modifications will increase the total contract price from $94,666,414 to $100,616,414.  These actions do not increase the Life-of-Project Budget.

7. AD-HOC CONGESTION REDUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0) approval of the Metro ExpressLanes Net Toll Revenues Reinvestment Grant Application Package which includes the Application and the Project Eligibility Guidelines for Round 1 of the Reinvestment of Net Toll Revenues.

8. AD-HOC CONGESTION REDUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0) maintaining the existing Equity Plan Account low-income threshold of double the United States Department of Health & Human Services’ federal poverty guidelines and increasing outreach and marketing to eligible households.

11. FINANCE, BUDGET AND AUDIT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0):

A. adopting the Debt Policy;

B. adopting the Interest Rate Swap Policy; and

C. receiving and filing the Annual Report on Interest Rate Swaps.

16. PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0):

A. programming $1,325,000 in Measure R funds to Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) to make rail-highway grade crossing improvements at the Branford Street crossing on the Valley Subdivision; and

B. authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to enter into a funding agreement with SCRRA for the Branford Street Crossing Improvements.

17. PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0):

A. receiving and filing Opportunities for Smarter Sustainable Highways presentation; and

B. authorizing staff to identify $2 million in funding to be used for Metro’s participation in the South Coast Air Quality Management Districts’ Zero Emission Truck Demonstration project.[HANDOUT]

18. CONSIDER:

A. authorizing the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute an agreement for safety and slope stability work related to the I-5/SR-14 High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Direct Connector (the “Project”)  with the California Department of Transportation District 7 for an amount not to exceed $5.4 million from the Measure R I-5/SR-14 Capacity Enhancement Highway Capital Projects sub fund;

B. authorizing the CEO to execute an agreement for drainage repair work on the Project with the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (Metrolink) for an amount not to exceed $3.75 million from the Measure R I-5/SR-14 Capacity Enhancement Highway Capital Projects sub fund; and

C. approving an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2014 budget in the amount of $250,000 to cover initial costs of the above projects.

18.1   PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0) approval of Revised Substitute Motion by Directors Najarian and O’Connor that the CEO forward a letter to Caltrans and request the following: 

A. provide a justification for the requested supplemental funding of $9.2 $3.8 million. and explain the rationale to treat this as a “new project”;

B. provide an explanation why the construction contract was closed before the completion of the I-5/SR-14 HOV Direct Connector project;

C. compare the tasks in question to those outlined in the 12/8/09 and 1/27/10 letters from Caltrans to the MTA and explain whether there are incomplete tasks;

D. provide an explanation why the failure of the slope plant establishment due to contaminated soil issues caused by Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon (TPH) were not resolved properly; and

E. provide an explanation why the Metrolink drainage issues were not resolved in the design and redesign of the pile shaft to mitigate construction impacts on the tunnel, which ultimately resulted in a delay that caused a $10 million cost increase and continuous flooding of the tunnel; and

F. advise regarding the possibility of using State funds as committed by Caltrans’ ex-Construction Chief who stated there would be no more cost increases after numerous Risk Management studies were completed.

WE FURTHER MOVE that the CEO direct MTA construction staff to:

A. review the funding requests, as stated in the board report, for accuracy and necessity per the Board adopted Caltrans Cost Change Procedures;

B. examine the tasks as listed in the board report to ensure that they are not duplicative or due to unresolved TPH contaminated soil issues and Metrolink tunnel flooding issues; and

C. provide a definition of  project completion under Measure R, as adopted by the highway advisory committee.

19. PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0):

A. approving the holistic countywide approach for preparing Subregional Mobility Matrices which allows for consistency in developing criteria that will be used to identify and evaluate projects; and

B. adding and hiring two Full Time Equivalents – one Transportation Planning Manager V and one Transportation Planning Manager IV in the FY 14 Countywide Planning and Development budget to manage this work effort.

29. SYSTEM SAFETY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 11 to Contract No. PS26102156 with RMI International to provide private security services for the period covering April 1, 2014 through June 30, 2014 in an amount not to exceed $1,608,933, increasing the total contract value from $26,799,450 to $28,408,383.

30. SYSTEM SAFETY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) awarding a contract under RFP #PS26103162 to Aviat Networks, the highest rated proposer, to upgrade the Digital Microwave Radio System in the amount of $5,396,022.

31. SYSTEM SAFETY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 6 to Contract OP33442103 in the amount of $3,600,000 for a new not-to-exceed Contract value of $13,233,946 for Right of Way (ROW) Trash and Vegetation Removal Services to Woods Maintenance Services.  This contract provides on-going maintenance services throughout Metro properties and ROWs. This modification extends the period of performance through November 30, 2014 while a new procurement is completed.

32. SYSTEM SAFETY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) awarding an 84-month firm fixed price unit rate contract under Bid No. 13-0024 with Penn Machine Company, the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, for the overhaul of 296 gearboxes for the Breda A650 Red Line cars for an amount not to exceed $1,518,252 inclusive of two 24-month options.

33. SYSTEM SAFETY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) awarding a three-year, firm fixed unit rate contract, OP33673149, to Access Pacific, Inc., the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, to provide Asphaltic Concrete and Portland Cement Concrete maintenance and replacement services for all Metro facilities in an amount not to exceed $4,644,182, effective March 3, 2014.

34. SYSTEM SAFETY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) awarding a five-year contract under Bid No. 12-1318-S to SA Recycling, LLC, the highest, responsive and responsible bidder, for the sale of scrap metal for a total estimated revenue of $2,201,390, inclusive of two, one-year options.

40. CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0):

A. authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute a contract modification to Contract C0974 with McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., for the integration of a PV energy system into the Division 13 project in an amount not to exceed $1,921,223, increasing the total contract value from $75,123,179 to $77,044,402; and

B. approving an increase in Contract Modification Authority for Contract No. C0947 in the amount of $1,921,223, increasing the total CMA from $7,336,480 to $9,257,703.

41. CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0):

A. adopting an initial cumulative Life-of-Project budget of $8.9M per the January 2014 Receive and File Report for the Gate Latching Feasibilityto fund further study, implementation and equipment supply on Crenshaw/LAX ($7.8M) and Expo Phase II 4th Street Terminus Station ($1.1M) – see separate Expo Board Report (Item 42)

B. authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute Contract Modifications to Contract C0988 with Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors to design and install/fare gates at the four Crenshaw/LAX at-grade stations in an amount not to exceed $4,000,000, increasing the total contract value from $1,275,333,478 to $1,279,333,478; and

C. approving an increase in Contract Modification Authority (CMA) for Contract No. C0988 in the amount of $4,000,000 increasing the total CMA from $127,699,993 to $131,699,993.

41.1 CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0) approval of the Motion by Directors O’Connor, Yaroslavsky and Najarian that the Metro Board of Directors authorize the CEO to include in the FY 14-15 Metro Budget the funding to perform the following tasks consistent within the NFPA Section 130 guidelines and requirements:

A. Expo Phase 1: perform detailed engineering analysis (Physical Layout, Quantities Analysis, Queuing Analysis, and Exit calculations) for eight at-grade stations.

B. Expo Phase 1: re-evaluate the proposed cost of implementing fare gates at three aerial stations and look for ways to reduce those cost. Return to the board with a revised budget. 

C. Expo Phase 2: initiate detailed engineering analysis (Physical Layout, Quantities Analysis, Queuing Analysis, and Exit Calculations) for three at-grade stations.

D. Foothill Extension: initiate detailed engineering analysis (Physical Layout, Quantities Analysis, Queuing Analysis, and Exit Calculations) for eight at-grade stations.

E. Crenshaw /LAX: complete a detailed engineering analysis (Physical Layout, Quantities Analysis, Queuing Analysis, and Exit Calculations) for four at-grade stations.

F. Blue Line: initiate detailed engineering analysis (Physical Layout, Quantities Analysis, Queuing Analysis and Exit Calculations) for 17 stations. Update the Board during the June 2014 Board meeting.

G. Gold Line: initiate detailed engineering analysis (Physical Layout, Quantities Analysis, Queuing Analysis and Exit Calculations) for 16 stations.  Update the Board during the June 2014 Board meeting.

WE FURTHER MOVE that staff conduct a fare evasion analysis similar to the one recently completed along the Orange Line, which used TAP data and boarding data to determine the level of evasion, for the Blue, Gold, and Expo lines and return to this committee in the May 2014 Board cycle.

42. CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0) authorizing design and installation of Security/Fare Gates for the Expo Phase 2 Terminus Station at 4th Street currently under construction.

43. CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (4-0):

A. authorizing a programmatic Contract Modification (a.k.a. Cost Change Orders, CCO) for a change in the Soundwall Block by Caltrans for the I-5 South HOV Widening from the I-605 to the Orange County Line (OCL) under Funding Agreement No. MOU P0004292 and MOU P0006376A in an amount not to exceed $3,500,000 without an increase in the project budget to continue construction and minimize project delays; and

B. authorizing a programmatic Contract Modification (a.k.a. Cost Change Orders, CCO) for Segment 4 construction contract to address the dense soil conditions in this segment of the I-5 South HOV Widening from the I-605 to the OCL under Funding Agreement No. MOU P0004292 in an amount not to exceed $3,000,000 without an increase in the project budget to continue construction and minimize project delays.

53. EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) approval of staff’s recommendation to amend the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Board Rules and Proceduresregarding Board meetings, in particular, Board room conduct and decorum during public participation at Board and Committee meetings.

55. EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) approval of the Motion by Directors Garcetti, Molina and Ridley-Thomasthat the MTA CEO:

A. prepare a plan to change the name of the Grand Station on the Blue Line to the “Grand/L.A. Trade Tech” Station;

B. prepare a plan to change the name of the 23rd St. Station on the Expo Line to the “23rd St./L.A. Trade Tech” Station; and

C. report back at the May 2014 Board meeting on all the items listed above.

56. EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) approval of the Motion by Directors Ridley-Thomas, Garcetti and Dupont-Walker that the MTA Board of Directors direct the CEO to:

A. prepare a plan to change the name of the Exposition/LaBrea station on the Expo Line to the “Exposition/LaBrea Ethel Bradley Station” to honor Ethel Bradley; and

B. report back at the May 2014 Executive Management Committee.

57. EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) approval of Motion by Director Ridley-Thomas as amended by Director DuBoisthat the MTA Board of Directors direct the CEO to:

A. Report back at the May 2014 Executive Management Committee with the following:

1. a determination of  the optimum amount of revenue and most cost-effective strategy to execute the sale of Low Carbon Fuel credits generated from Metro’s participation in the Low Carbon Fuel Standards Program; and

2. an exploration of  an implementation strategy to incorporate biomethane into Metro’s fleet.

B. Report back at the August 2014 Executive Management and Ad-Hoc Sustainability Committees with the following:

1. assessment of how the current sustainability-related infrastructure (including renewable energy projects, green buildings and related assets) are operated and maintained; and

2. a long-term financial and operational plan to maintain their optimum performance which includes a plan to use the Low Carbon Fuel Credits, along with any cost-savings generated from current and future sustainability-related infrastructure to specifically continue the implementation, operations, and
maintenance of Metro’s sustainability-related infrastructure; and a comprehensive implementation plan to ensure that financial, infrastructural, and operational elements of sustainability-related infrastructure are incorporated in all of Metro’s activities.

58. EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0) approval of Motion by Directors Bonin and Krekorian as amended by Director DuBoisthat Metro staff research and report back to the Board in May on technology improvements to Board Archives System, incorporating the following elements and principles:

A. a system built on the concept of a paperless office that supports document sharing, a cloud type of storage and indexing of records that moves away from labor-intensive scanning of materials and manual data entry

B. a searchable electronic index of the Metro Boards actions, reports, motions, and other official and public documents in the legislative record that can reliably return specific records.

C. an interface that allows users to subscribe to a specific project or action to receive emails of file activity and use RSS feeds for subject matter reports.

D. searchable document contents. 

E. the ability to track verbal reports, or provide a place to "deposit" (scan) documents submitted during verbal reports and general public comment discussion.

F. the ability to link Committee and Board discussions and actions to segments of audio or video records.

G. a database of contracts awarded that the public can easily access and search.

H. provide cost estimates on each of the suggested improvements and how they integrate with the current ITS platform.

I FURTHER MOVE that staff explore live-streaming of Metro committee and Board proceedings on the Metro website for easy access and viewing by the public.  Staff should also be directed to report on the expansion of the phone access system to ensure that the public never reaches a busy signal during the proceedings of the Board. 

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR

NON-CONSENT

3. Chair’s Report.

4. Chief Executive Officer’s Report.

59. RECEIVE presentation from the California Highway Patrol on results of the Safety Evaluation of Metro’s Bus System.

9. AD-HOC CONGESTION REDUCTION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED (3-0-1) approval of the Motion by Director Molina that the Board eliminate the waiver of the monthly maintenance fee for L.A. County residents at the end of the pilot period and implement a flat monthly maintenance fee of $1 per account.  Metro estimates that a $1 monthly fee per account would generate approximately $2.3 million annually.

18.2   PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED
(4-0) approval of Motion by Directors O’Connor, Najarian and DuBoisthat Caltrans representatives should return to this Committee and the full Board in March 2014 with further information that will justify the commitments Metro has made and is willing to make on behalf of the public:

A. provide an explanation as to the justification Caltrans uses to insist that Metro assume historical liabilities for hazardous waste issues as a condition for transfer of any park ' n ride lots to Metro;

B. provide an explanation of why, after two-plus years of negotiations for these transfers the Federal Highways Administration was brought in by Caltrans to oversee the negotiations;

C. provide an explanation of why Caltrans has changed its position regarding the transfer of the park 'n ride lots from actual transfer to a form of "joint use" after Metro has made such a large monetary investment based on the anticipation of property transfer; and

D. provide an explanation of the disparity between the conditions of park ‘n ride lots in Orange County compared to those in Los Angeles County.

20. PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE FORWARDED WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION adopting the policy providing for the transition of Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Transportation Enhancement Activities projects from the Los Angeles County Transportation Improvement Program Call for Projects to the new State Active Transportation Program.[HANDOUT]

60. CONSIDER:

A. adopting the Round 4 Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Planning Grant Program Guidelines; and

B. authorize Round 4 of the TOD Planning Grant Program in an amount not to exceed $5,000,000.

(CARRIED OVER FROM JANUARY REGULAR BOARD MEETING)

61. CONSIDER:

A. holding a public hearing on the proposed Resolution of Necessity; and

B. adopting the Resolution of Necessity authorizing the commencement of an eminent domain action to acquire Parcel W-0401 (APN 5090-032-005), consisting of the real property and site improvements.

(REQUIRES TWO-THIRDS VOTE)

62. CONSIDER:

A. holding a public hearing on the proposed Resolution of Necessity; and

B. adopting the Resolution of Necessity authorizing the commencement of an eminent domain action to acquire Parcel W-6102 (APN 5164-005-001,002,003), consisting of the real property and site improvements.

(REQUIRES TWO-THIRDS VOTE)

63. CONSIDER:

A. holding a public hearing on the proposed Resolution of Necessity; and

B. adopting the Resolution of Necessity authorizing the commencement of an eminent domain action to acquire a Parcel CR-3802 (APN 5024-018-007), consisting of the real property and any immovable fixtures and equipment attached thereto.

(REQUIRES TWO-THIRDS VOTE)

64. CONSIDER:

A. holding a public hearing on the proposed Resolution of Necessity; and

B. adopting the Resolution of Necessity authorizing the commencement of an eminent domain action to acquire Parcel CR-3304 (APN 5006-004-009), consisting of the real property and any immovable fixtures and equipment attached thereto.

(REQUIRES TWO-THIRDS VOTE)

65. CONSIDER:

A. holding a public hearing on the proposed Resolution of Necessity; and

B. adopting the Resolution of Necessity authorizing the commencement of an eminent domain action to acquire Parcel CR-3303 (APN 5006-009-021), consisting of the real property.

(REQUIRES TWO-THIRDS VOTE)

66. CONSIDER:

A. awarding 18 Contract Agreements under the Public-Private Partnership Technical Bench (RFIQ) No. PS2210-3049 with the Contractors recommended in Attachment A-1 for a three-year period with two one-year options for professional services not to exceed a cumulative total value of $30 million; and

B. authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute individual task orders under the individual Bench Contracts for up to $1 million per task order.

67. APPROVE Staff’s recommendation that the Board of Directors OPPOSE AB 1941.                    

68. APPROVE Motion by Director DuBois that the CEO work with Counsel to develop and file an Amicus brief in support of the California High Speed Rail Authority.

69. APPROVE Motion by Directors Garcetti, Yaroslavsky and Krekorianthat the MTA Board direct the CEO to:

A. act as the lead applicant on a SCPGIP grant application in partnership with the City of Los Angeles for the Los Angeles River Bike Path/Greenway2020 initiative in the San Fernando Valley;

B. adopt the attached resolution authorizing Metro to enter into an agreement with the State of California to carry out the development of the Los Angeles River Bike Path/Greenway2020 if selected as a grantee; and

C. advocate and urge funding be granted once the grant proposal has been submitted

70. APPROVE Motion by Directors Yaroslavsky and Krekorian on the Universal City/Studio City Station Overflow Lot that the Board direct staff to:

A. implement any temporary safety improvements that Metro can make on its own to the crossing or along the path to the crossing as soon as possible;

B. coordinate with City of Los Angeles and other relevant entities to implement further safety improvements to the crossing as soon as possible;

C. evaluate the lighting of parking lots at the above-mentioned stations for potential improvements; and

D. report back to the Board in 60 days.

71. RECEIVE oral report on the findings for the Orange Line Pierce College Station Motion.

(CARRIED OVER FROM JANUARY BOARD MEETING)

END OF NON-CONSENT ITEMS

72. CLOSED SESSION:

A. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation – G.C. 54956.9(a)

1. LACMTA v. Ben Reininger, LASC Case No. BC492264
2. Domingo Antonio v. LACMA, LASC Case No. BC485411
3. Today’s IV, Inc. v. MTA, et al., CV 13-0378 JAK (PLAx)

B. Conference with Labor Negotiator – G.C.54957.6

Agency Representative: Don Ott
Employee Organizations: ATU, TCU and UTU

C. Conference with Real Property Negotiator – G.C. 54956.8

    Agency Negotiator:  Carol A. Chiodo
    Property Address:     4330 Crenshaw Blvd L.A. CA, 90008
    Negotiating Parties:  Glen & Hoyt Leisure, Leisure and Carpenter Properties, Ltd.
    Under Negotiations:  Price and Terms

D. Personnel Matters – G.C. 54957 Public Employment – Inspector General

Consideration of items not on the posted agenda, including: items to be presented and (if requested) referred to staff; items to be placed on the agenda for action at a future meeting of the Committee or Board; and/or items requiring immediate action because of an emergency situation or where the need to take immediate action came to the attention of the Committee subsequent to the posting of the agenda.

COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC ON ITEMS OF PUBLIC INTEREST WITHIN COMMITTEE’S SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION

ADJOURNMENT

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