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Enhance Safety At Oil Drill Sites Including The Residential Neighborhood Surrounding Rancho Park Public Golf Course
May 9, 2018
20180509-7B.ii
Zoning Administration Case No. ZA 14560-PAD
Theodore Irving, Associate Zoning Administrator, City of LA
Connie Chauv, City Planning Associate, City of LA
Uduak-Joe Ntuk, Petroleum Administrator, City of LA
Charles Rausch, Chief Zoning Administrator, City of LA
Paul Koretz, Los Angeles City Councilmember
Joan Pelico, Chief Of Staff for Paul Koretz
Andy Shrader, CD5 Director of Environmental Affairs
Joseph Galloway, CD5 Mar Vista Field Deputy
Mike Bonin, Los Angeles City Councilmember
Chad Molnar, Chief of Staff for Mike Bonin
Krista Kline, CD11 Planning Director
Hannah Levien, CD11 Mar Vista & WLA Field Deputy
Maryam Zar, Chair, Westside Regional Alliance of NCs (WRAC)
Marlene Savage, Co-chair, WRAC PLUM
Sharon Commins Co-chair, WRAC PLUM
Terri Tippit, Chair, Westside NC (WNC)
Barbara Broide, Chair, WNC PLUM
WHEREAS industrial oil drilling operations at Rancho Park Public Golf Course are ongoing and in close proximity to thousands of residents, and
WHEREAS there is an extensive history at this Drillsite of City Code violations, Conditions-of-Use violations, and repeated industrial accidents, and
WHEREAS considerable and widespread concern regarding potential jeopardy to human health and safety from extractive oil and gas operations in close proximity to dense residential areas is demonstrable from the widely reported physical symptoms and complaints about communications following the odorant spill of November 29, 2017, reminiscent of the 2015 natural gas leak further north at Aliso Canyon.
THEREFORE be it resolved to exhort that the Zoning Administrator (ZA) follow precedent and deny Drillsite approval of CEB industrial equipment within the residentially zoned Rancho Park Public Golf Course, and
FURTHER mandate all the following safety conditions:
(i) 24/7 emissions monitoring using up-to-date laser-based equipment,
(ii) Annual compliance inspections by the ZA’s office and Petroleum Administrator,
(iii) Mandatory periodic Reviews of Conditions by the ZA on a 5 year cycle to allow for updating of ZA assigned conditions of use,
(iv) A clear emergency and accident reporting plan by which the oil company must notify LAFD, LAPD, the Petroleum Administrator, and Council District 5.
5/9/18 14:01
5/15/2018 4:27:00 bounce corrected (so sent)
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Extension of LAMC 85.02
May 9, 2018
20180509-7B.v
CF 14-1057-S4: Legislation regarding "Use of Vehicles as Living Quarters", LAMC 85.02
Mike Bonin, Los Angeles City Councilmember
Paul Koretz, Los Angeles City Councilmember
Chad Molnar, Chief of Staff for Mike Bonin
Joan Pelico, Chief Of Staff for Paul Koretz
Hannah Levien, CD11 Mar Vista & WLA Field Deputy
Joseph Galloway, CD5 Mar Vista Field Deputy
Eric Garcetti, Mayor, City of Los Angeles
Ana Guerrero, Chief of Staff for Mayor Garcetti
WHEREAS, Los Angeles Municipal Code (L.A.M.C.) Section 85.02, “Use of Vehicles as Living Quarters,” went into effect on July 7, 2017, and
WHEREAS L.A.M.C. Section 85.02 shall expire on July 1, 2018 unless extended by ordinance, and
WHEREAS the Mar Vista Community Council supports extending LAMC 85.02 without a sunset provision with inclusion of "map" updates/adjustments before July 1, 2018 which is the current sunset provision, and
WHEREAS the sunset provision should be removed for permanent implementation, and
WHEREAS the City of Los Angeles and all relevant departments should make adjustments and updates with public input to address residential areas which have to deal with conditions of litter, unsanitary conditions, noise and crime, sometimes resulting in altercations, when persons dwell in their vehicles in residential areas,
THEREFORE, the Mar Vista Community Council moves to advise Council member Bonin and Council member Koretz to immediately update the map and introduce an ordinance making the provisions of L.A.M.C. 85.02 permanent.
5/19/18 20:14
85.02 sunset date extended to Jan 2019
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Support of Mar Vista Stakeholder's Great Streets - Venice Boulevard, CA Public Records Act Request
May 9, 2018
20180509-7A.vi
Stakeholder's Public Records Act request of August 8, 2017 for transportation data
Mike Bonin, CD11 Council Member
Seleta Reynolds, General Manager, LADOT
Daniel E. Mitchell, Assistant General Manager - Project Delivery & Operations
Nader Asmar, Senior Transportation Engineer of Research and Support for LADOT
Nat Gale, Vision Zero, Principal Project Coordinator
Eric Garcetti, Mayor, City of Los Angeles
Chad Molnar, Chief of Staff for Mike Bonin
David Graham-Caso, CD11 Deputy Chief of Staff
Eric Bruins, CD11 Transportation Policy Director
Hannah Levien, CD11 Mar Vista & WLA Field Deputy
Bridget Smith, Chief of Staff for Seleta Reynolds
Ana Guerrero, Chief of Staff for Mayor Garcetti
Claudia Martin, City Attorney, West Los Angeles and Pacific Divisions
WHEREAS the Great Streets - Venice Blvd pilot project was implemented on May 20, 2017; and
WHEREAS Mar Vista and Venice Blvd. stakeholders have voiced ongoing concerns about the planning, implementation and evaluation of said pilot project; and
WHEREAS the Mar Vista Community Council had passed 3 different motions in July, September and October calling for the pilot project data from LADOT, Councilman Bonin's office and the Great Streets Initiative in Mayor Garcetti's office; and
WHEREAS a California Public Records Act request was filed on behalf of the community by a Mar Vista stakeholder on August 8, 2017, requesting pilot project data from LADOT, Councilman Bonin's office and the Great Streets Initiative in Mayor Garcetti's office; and
WHEREAS to date, this request has not been fulfilled by LADOT; and
WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of the Mar Vista Community Council to facilitate the delivery of City services and City government responses to Mar Vista stakeholders’ requests for assistance and information;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Mar Vista Community Council will submit a letter in support of the stakeholder's August 8, 2017, California Public Records Act request, demanding that LADOT provide for inspection all of the information requested immediately and without further delay.
5/10/189/10/1811/0/1 (Doyno)9/10/18
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Opposition to Westside Mobility’s Livable Boulevards Streetscape Plan
June 12, 2018
20180612-7A.iv
Westside Mobility's Livable Boulevards Streetscape Plan
Mike Bonin, CD11 Council Member
Paul Koretz, CD5 Council Member
Chad Molnar, Chief of Staff for Mike Bonin
David Graham-Caso, CD11 Deputy Chief of Staff
Eric Bruins, CD11 Transportation Policy Director
Alek Bartrosouf, CD11 Mobility Deputy
Hannah Levien, CD11 Mar Vista & WLA Field Deputy
Joan Pelico, Chief Of Staff for Paul Koretz
Jay Greenstein, CD5 Chief Field and Transportation Deputy
Joseph Galloway, CD5 Mar Vista Field Deputy
WHEREAS, Venice Boulevard changes within the boundaries of the Mar Vista Community Council have been created that have had profound impacts on traffic, and potentially with profound economic and quality of life impacts, on the adjacent community and throughout the greater Westside region, and
WHEREAS, there are plans in the Westside Mobility Livable Boulevards Streetscape Plan for Pico, Overland, Sepulveda and Centinela Boulevards, and Motor Avenue, that will have a direct impact on traffic, and potentially with profound economic and quality of life impacts, on the adjacent community and throughout the greater Westside region, and
WHEREAS, there are many who are directly affiliated with the Mar Vista Community Council, and who live in and commute through a transformed Venice Blvd., and who are both impacted by the Venice Blvd. changes and concerned about the lack of transparency, opportunity to provide relevant feedback, and other routine legal obligations on the part of the City, and
WHEREAS, commuters of all modalities (including buses, carpools, and others accessing the Expo Line) have been negatively impacted with respect to their mobility,
THEREFORE, the Mar Vista Community Council advises Councilmembers Bonin and Koretz, the Los Angeles City Department of Planning, and Westside Mobility Plan that:
a) To transparently share the source of, and the amount of, public funding for past and present changes and operations associated with Venice Blvd. transformation and reconfiguration and
b) To transparently share the source of, and the amount of, public funding for any future changes associated with the Westside Mobility’s Livable Boulevards Streetscape Plan for Venice Boulevard, and
c) The City of Los Angeles is to cease and desist any future changes to Venice Boulevard until proper accounting can be established for the financial and transportation/infrastructure impacts to both Mar Vista and the greater Westside region, and
d) The City of Los Angeles Planning Department is to hold appropriately noticed public hearings to seek public comments and input regarding the totality of the Westside Mobility's Livable Boulevards Streetscape Plan before any final determinations of what parts of the Plan shall be instituted or adopted.
6/16/186/16/18
"list from Mary, decided to postpone temporarily:
(This is what was decided *not* to be in the To: list):
Bonin, Martinez, Koretz, Seleta Reynolds, Renata Ooms, Steve Katigbak, Conni Pallini-Tipton, Vincent P Bertoni, James K Williams, Craig Weber, John A White
Mike Bonin, CD11 Council Member
Paul Koretz, CD5 Council Member
Seleta Reynolds, General Manager, LADOT
Vince Bertoni, Director of City Planning
Renata Ooms, City Planner
Steve Katigbak, City Planner
Eric Garcetti, Mayor, City of Los Angeles"
And this is what was decided *not to be in the CC: list.
"Chad Molnar, Chief of Staff for Mike Bonin
David Graham-Caso, CD11 Deputy Chief of Staff
Eric Bruins, CD11 Transportation Policy Director
Alek Bartrosouf, CD11 Mobility Deputy
Hannah Levien, CD11 Mar Vista & WLA Field Deputy
Joan Pelico, Chief Of Staff for Paul Koretz
Jay Greenstein, CD5 Chief Field and Transportation Deputy
Joseph Galloway, CD5 Mar Vista Field Deputy
Bridget Smith, Chief of Staff for Seleta Reynolds
Kevin Keller, Deputy Director of City Planning
Will Wright, Director, Government and Public Affairs, AIA
Barbara Romero, Deputy Mayor of City Services
Borja Leon, Director of Transportation, Mayor’s Office of City Services
Ana Guerrero, Chief of Staff for Mayor Garcetti"
6/0/5
On May 22, 2018 a Notice of Determination was filed by Department of City Planning (DCP) which included the adoption of the Livable Boulevards Streetscape Plan.
On 6/4/18 eleven documents were approved and filed by DCP relating to the updates to the CTCSP and WLA TIMP, which included the Livable Boulevards Streetscape Plan.
On 6/11/18 a public notice was received of a Special Meeting to be held by the City Council’s Transportation Committee (TC) on 6/13/18 concerning review and approval of above-mentioned eleven documents, with subsequent referral to City Council’s PLUM.
WHEREAS implementing the Livable Boulevards Streetscape Plan would profoundly impact all users of all streets throughout Mar Vista, even while the scope and extent of this plan remains largely unknown within the community,
THEREFORE the Mar Vista Community Council urges City Council TC members Honorable Bonin, Koretz and Martinez, along with the DCP, to clarify the scope and purpose of this plan via community meetings where stakeholders have the opportunity to ask questions directly of the officials in charge of its implementation. Mar Vistans would like to better understand the decision making and funding processes governing the proposal for the Livable Boulevards Streetscape Plan.
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Appeal Of The Traffic Determination Regarding Development At 11671-11677 National Boulevard (Barrington/National)
June 12, 2018
20180612-7Bii
CF 18-0468: 11671-11677 West National Boulevard / Mitigation Specific Plan / California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) / Appeal
LADOT case: WLA 17-106405
Mike Bonin, CD11 Council Member
Tricia Keane, CD11 Deputy Chief of Staff
Chad Molnar, Chief Of Staff for Mike Bonin
Krista Kline, CD11 Planning Director
Len Nguyen, CD11 Planning Deputy
Lisa Pelton, Appellant and Property Owner
John Bowman, Attorney for the Appellant
Ernest Guadiana, Attorney for the Appellant
Development at 11671-11677 National Boulevard (Barrington/National)
WHEREAS: In November of 2017 the Mar Vista Community Council (MVCC) opposed a mixed-use project proposed at 11671-11677 National Boulevard (“the Project”), noting specifically the Developer’s complete lack of community involvement or indeed even community outreach;
WHEREAS: The City permitted the Project without any public hearing, determining it "by-right" with construction already begun and;
WHEREAS: The owners of the adjacent property located at 11685-11695 West National Boulevard, Pelton Properties, LLC (the “appellants”), are appealing to the Los Angeles City Council the LADOT's May 3, 2018 decision upholding LADOT’s review and approval of the Project under the Specific Plan on the grounds that:
• the Project causes significant transportation impacts that have not been adequately evaluated or mitigated as required under the Specific Plan, and
• LADOT failed to perform an environmental review of the project under CEQA and;
WHEREAS: The larger North Westdale Community (Zone 2 of the MVCC) agrees with the appellant that directing all traffic for the Project through the 120 foot long/20 foot wide alley located between National Boulevard and Sardis Avenue will cause numerous detrimental effects, including:
1) confusion and backup by sharing the turning lane intended for southbound Barrington traffic turning left onto eastbound National Blvd., with the Project’s alley-bound traffic;
2) traffic backing up onto Barrington and further onto National Boulevard when insufficient parking for the Project impedes movement through the narrow alley;
3) traffic back-ups when DWP/trash/utility trucks further constrict the alley;
4) elevated accident risk at the intersection of the Project's two-level parking garage with the Pelton property's loading and parking area;
5) increased reckless cut-through traffic using eastbound Sardis through the residential neighborhood;
6) impaired emergency vehicle access. Therefore;
LET IT BE RESOLVED THAT: MVCC strongly supports the Pelton's appeal and asks that the City Council:
(i) reverse LADOT's approval of the Project under the Specific Plan, and
(ii) direct LADOT to evaluate the Project's potential traffic, circulation, and public safety impacts, and
(iii) require that the proper environmental review be performed, and require that the necessary mitigation measures be implemented, with particular attention to maintaining a separate vehicular access point on West National Boulevard.
8/0/37/26/18
Appeal upheld before CoLA Transportation Cmte on; then reversed prior to CoLA and ultimately passed on 8/29/18 in Council. Lawsuit contemplated.
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Mixed Use Development on the NE corner of Palms Blvd. and Centinela Ave. in Mar Vista
DIR-2018-3011-DB-WDI
ENV-2018-3012-EAF
June 12, 2018
20180509-7B.i
Development at 12331 W. Palms Boulevard (Palms/Centinela)
Josh Guyer, Burns & Bouchard
Kristen Montet Lonner, Burns & Bouchard
Jonathan Lonner, Burns & Bouchard
Michelle S Carter, LADBS
Krista Kline, CD11 Planning Director
Len Nguyen, CD11 Planning Deputy
The Mar Vista Community Council supports the proposed mixed use development at 12331 W. Palms Boulevard.
7/12/187/14/18
Put on hold following motion to amend this on July 2018 BOD acenda.
This amendment failed 7/10/18; old motion stands
7/14/18
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Little Fatty CPUC (Alcohol) Permit
July 10, 2018
20180710-15.3
Revised CPUC (alcohol) permit for the expansion of Little Fatty in downtown MV to three storefronts.
Margaret Taylor, Apex LA
Michelle S Carter, LADBS
Krista Kline, CD11 Planning Director
Len Nguyen, CD11 Planning Deputy
MVCC supports the application of Little Fatty for expansion of its existing restaurant/bar into the adjacent 98 Cent Discount retail tenant space, including (i) the continued/expanded sale of a full line of alcoholic beverages, (ii) the providing of six additional required car parking spaces through leased parking at 3839 Grand View Boulevard, and (iii) one additional bicycle rack at its business locale. The MVCC also requests that Little Fatty provide additional signage informing the community of its parking at 3839 Grand View.
7/12/187/14/187//14/18
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Eldercare Facility Development at 11405 West Venice Boulevard
Sept. 11, 2018
20180911-12.7
Development at 11405 West Venice Boulevard (Venice/Butler)
Connie Chauv, Department of City Planning, LA
Olivia Joncich, Project Manager, 360.net
Dana Sayles, Project Manager, 360.net
Len Nguyen, CD11 Planning Deputy
Aaron Elster, MVCC PLUM Cmte CoChair
The Mar Vista Community council supports the construction of an eldercare facility with 67 assisted-care units and 20 memory-care units, with subterranean parking, at 11405 West Venice Boulevard.
10/15/1810/15/189/11/18 on Consent 11/0/0
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Development at 11700 Charnock Boulevard
July 10, 2018
20180710-14.2
Development at 11700 Charnock Boulevard (Charnock/McLaughlin)
Jordan Turner, LADBS
Sheri Gould, Project Manager, Harvey Goodman
Robert Thibodeau, Architect
Lewis Futterman, Developer
Len Nguyen, CD11 Planning Deputy
Damien Newton, MVCC PLUM Co-Chair
The Mar Vista Community Council supports the application to build a new six unit, three story, development at 11700 Charnock Boulevard. The developer has met twice with the Planning and Land Use Committee and is requesting no exemptions from the city.
8/29/188/29/188/0/4/1
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Dockless Scooter Permit Regulations
Oct. 9, 2018
20181009-12.7
Developing Dockless Scooter Permit Regulations
Council Members, City of LA
Seleta Reynolds, General Manager, LADOT

councilmember.cedillo@lacity.org, mike.bonin@lacity.org, paul.koretz@lacity.org, Seleta.Reynolds@lacity.org, councilmember.Krekorian@lacity.org, councilmember.blumenfield@lacity.org, david.ryu@lacity.org, councilmember.martinez@lacity.org, Councilmember.Rodriguez@lacity.org, councilmember.harris-dawson@lacity.org, councilmember.price@lacity.org, councilmember.wesson@lacity.org, councilmember.englander@lacity.org, councilmember.ofarrell@lacity.org, councilmember.huizar@lacity.org, councilmember.buscaino@lacity.org"
Mike Bonin, CD11 Council Member
Paul Koretz, CD5 Council Member
Chad Molnar, CD11 Chief of Staff
David Graham-Caso, CD11 Deputy Chief of Staff
Eric Bruins, CD11 Transportation Policy Director
Alek Bartrosouf, CD11 Transportation Policy Deputy
Hannah Levien, CD11 Mar Vista & WLA Field Deputy
Joan Pelico, CD5 Chief Of Staff
Jay Greenstein, CD5 Transportation Deputy
Joseph Galloway, CD5 Mar Vista Field Deputy
Bridget Smith, LADOT, Chief of Staff
Jose Elias, LADOT, Bikeshare Project Manager
Andrew Magana, Uber/JUMP Community Relations
Nima Daivari, Operations and Community Affairs Manager, Lime
Morgan Roth, Community Relations Manager, Bird
WHEREAS, the Mar Vista Community Council supports dockless scooters as an affordable mode of transportation that integrates well with existing public transit options; and
WHEREAS, the City Council and LADOT recently approved and developed a pilot program and regulations for shareable dockless vehicles; and
WHEREAS, the pilot regulations drew from a traffic study limited to one district and did not include usage patterns or accident rates in areas where dockless scooter usage is highest; and
WHEREAS, the regulations emphasized equity and sidewalk safety of parked vehicles, but ignored safety of vehicles in operation; and
WHEREAS, the regulations do not provide LAPD with specific guidance on enforcement, allocate resources from fees to mitigate the costs of enforcement, or require dockless scooter operators to self-enforce by geofencing prohibited areas; and
WHEREAS, these regulations are largely unenforced and dockless companies are not yet in compliance with them and do not have a firm deadline for doing so, and
WHEREAS, local hospitals have reported numerous injuries, many of them serious, and the city has no process to collect data on these injuries,
THEREFORE, MVCC objects to the approval of the LADOT regulations and requests that the city council and LADOT address its shortcomings before approving any permit applications as follows:
● require permitted companies to utilize geofencing to disable scooter usage and parking throughout Venice Beach including along bike and pedestrian pathways, city parks (excluding roads and bicycle lanes), and LAUSD primary and secondary schools;
● provide LAPD with adequate resources to deploy two extra officers for full-time traffic enforcement, to focus on scooter usage in high-impact areas;
● support Councilmember Koretz’s Supplemental Motion, CD 17-1125-S4 regarding signage and the prohibition of scooter-riding on City sidewalks, and work with council offices and LAPD to install signage throughout Mar Vista where appropriate; and
● announce a firm deadline for scooter companies that have not submitted applications for the pilot program, or are not in compliance with key parts of the pilot regulations, to cease operating within the City.
Additionally, MVCC requests that LA City Council and LADOT act during the pilot program to:
● study scooter traffic patterns, illegal operation and parking, injury rates, and ER, Urgent Care and inpatient utilization in areas of the city with the highest scooter usage;
● use interim results of the study to estimate, with LAPD, long-term resources needed to enforce traffic laws for scooters and fund these costs via changes to the permitting fee structure; and
● expedite functionality to the 311 app that enables reporting of illegal scooter use, parking, injuries, or property damage caused by scooters
● develop tools for LAPD to rapidly identify dockless vehicles and the operators involved in injuries or property damage
● add expectations on response times for dockless scooter companies to respond to legitimate subpoenas from city agencies.
THEREFORE, the MVCC requests this motion be filed as a CIS attached to council file CF17-1125 and CF 17-1125-S4.
10/15/1810/16/1810/16/18
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Policies/ProceduresDec. 11, 2018
20181211-15.4
CF 12-0460-S4; Case No. CPC-2016-3182-CA; CEQA: ENV-2016-3183-CE
Reorganization of Administrative Provisions to the LAMC/“Policies And Procedures” of the Zoning Code
Council Members, City of LA;
Director of DCP, City Planners of Re:CODE LA
Mike Bonin, CD11 Council Member
Paul Koretz, CD5 Council Member
Vincent Bertoni, Director of City Planning
Chad Molnar, CD11 Chief of Staff
David Graham-Caso, CD11 Deputy Chief of Staff
Krista Kline, CD11 Planning Director
Len Nguyen, CD11 Planning Deputy
Hannah Levien, CD11 Mar Vista & WLA Field Deputy
Joan Pelico, CD5 Chief Of Staff
David Hersch, Deputy Chief of Staff, CD5
Jeff Ebenstein, Director of Policy and Legislation, CD5
Hagu Solomon-Cary, Planning Deputy, CD5
Aviv Kleinman, Planning Deputy, CD5
Joseph Galloway, CD5 Mar Vista Field Deputy
Jonathan Hershey, Westside Community Plan, DCP
Kinikia Gardner, Westside Community Plan, DCP
Melissa Alofaituli, Westside Community Plan, DCP
Emily Gable, Westside Community Plan, DCP
CoLA PLUM Committee clerk
Bonnie Kim, City Planner, City of LA
Erick Lopez, City Planner, City of LA
Tom Rothmann, City Planner, City of LA
CF 12-0460-S4 is a “proposed ordinance amending the Los Angeles Municipal Code to comprehensively reorganize the administrative provisions of the Zoning Code and establish a new Article and Chapter to the Los Angeles Municipal Code”. These “Policies and Procedures” extend more than 940 pages. We are unable to properly comprehend this legislation without more time to analyze it.

The Mar Vista Community Council (MVCC) requests that City Council consideration of CF 12-0460-S4 be delayed for at least 90 days from January 1, 2019 to allow stakeholders and the MVCC adequate time to analyze the ordinance.
10/0/1 (Hanna)12/12/18
"The Mar Vista Community Council (MVCC) requests that City Council consideration of CF 12-0460-S4 be delayed for at least 90 days from January 1, 2019 to allow stakeholders and the MVCC adequate time to analyze the ordinance.

CF 12-0460-S4 is a “proposed ordinance amending the Los Angeles Municipal Code to comprehensively reorganize the administrative provisions of the Zoning Code and establish a new Article and Chapter to the Los Angeles Municipal Code”. These “Policies and Procedures” extend more than 940 pages. We are unable to properly comprehend this legislation without more time to analyze it.

In re: CF 12-0460-S4; Case No. CPC-2016-3182-CA; CEQA: ENV-2016-3183-CE
Reorganization of Administrative Provisions to the LAMC/“Policies And Procedures” of the Zoning Code"
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Protected Tree Ordinance
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Coyote Catch-Release
“MVCC opposes the proposal from Council Member Mitch Englander, CF 16-0585-S2, to study ”reinstating a catch and release program for Coyotes”.

Several reports and recommendations were proposed surrounding CF 16-0585-S1. Before re-evaluating staff recommendations that were not implemented, first fund or address the pilot programs, signage, hiring and enforcement recommendations already suggested for improving wildlife management.”
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