Requires a local agency with an internet website to email a copy of, or website link to, the agenda or a copy of all the documents constituting the agenda packet if the person requests that the items be delivered by email; If a local agency determines it to be technologically infeasible to send a copy of the documents or a link to a website that contains the documents by mail or by other electronic means, requires the legislative body to send the packet by mail.

Requires any state grants to a local government to include a maximum that may be expended for administrative costs, as defined, and prohibits a local government from expending more than 5% of grant funds for administrative costs, except as provided.

Removes the notice requirements particular to teleconferencing of public meetings; allows for teleconferencing generally provided that the public is allowed to observe the meeting and address the legislative body directly both in person and remotely via a call-in option or internet-based service option, and that a quorum of members participate in person from a singular physical location clearly identified on the agenda that is open to the public.

Requires legislative bodies of local agencies with populations over 250,000 to allow public participation via phone and audio-video internet in 2022. Previous version was permanent, applied to all agencies, and required translation services.

Modifies the Brown Act to allow local agencies to hold meetings by teleconference or through internet audio-video service under specified conditions.

Requires a local agency with an internet website to email a copy of, or website link to, the agenda or a copy of all the documents constituting the agenda packet if the person requests that the items be delivered by email; If a local agency determines it to be technologically infeasible to send a copy of the documents or a link to a website that contains the documents by mail or by other electronic means, requires the legislative body to send the packet by mail.

Brown Act spot bill.

Transfers all land use related plans and functions of the former City of Los Angeles redevelopment agency to the City of Los Angeles and makes related changes.

Requires any state grants to a local government to include a maximum that may be expended for administrative costs, as defined, and prohibits a local government from expending more than 5% of grant funds for administrative costs, except as provided.

Expands ability of local governments to hold teleconferenced meetings under the Brown Act.