CERTIFIED NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL #52, OCTOBER 15, 2002
P.O. BOX 3272, HOLLYWOOD, CA, 90078
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OUTREACH COMMITTEE (1st Monday of the month) Monday February 6th at 6:30pm
PLANNING, LAND USE AND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (1st Thursday of the month) Thursday February 2nd at 6:30pm
PUBLIC SAFETY, TRANSPORTATION AND WORKS CTTE (2nd Monday of the month) Monday February 13th at 6:00pm
RENTERS COMMITTEE (2nd Monday of the month) Monday February 13th at 7:00pm
FULL BOARD (3rd Monday of the month ) Monday, January 16th
EDUCATION, NON-PROFIT & ARTS COMMITTEE (4th Monday of the month) TBD
BUSINESS COMMITTEE (4th Thursday of the month) Thursday January 26th
OTHER EVENTS THIS MONTH
Coyote Hazing: A Special Meeting
Thu, 01.19.17 @ 6:30 PM
Griffith Park Visitor’s Center Auditorium
Griffith Observatory Circulation and Parking Enhancement Plan
HUNC support letter for
Griffith Observatory Circulation and Parking Enhancement Plan (Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration) Letter
To All Interested Parties,
You are hereby notified that the Arts, Parks, and River Committee of the Los Angeles City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, at approximately 3:00 p.m. or soon thereafter in Room 1060, City Hall, 200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012, to consider Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) and related California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) findings, report from the Board of Recreation and Parks Commissioners (Board), and appeals filed by: 1) the Committee to Save the Hollywoodland Specific Plan (Representative: Chatten-Brown & Carstens LLP), and 2) Homeowners on Beachwood Drive United, The Hollywoodland Gifted Park, Hollywoodland Homeowners Association, and John Schwartz (Representative: Corin L. Kahn), brought under California Public Resources Code Section 21151(c) of CEQA, from the determination of the Board in adopting the MND (NG-15-539-RP) for the proposed Griffith Park/Observatory Circulation and Parking Enhancement Plan. The project area is within Griffith Park and the Los Feliz area of the City of Los Angeles roughly bounded by the Mt. Hollywood to the north, Roosevelt Golf Course to the east, Los Feliz Boulevard to the south, and Fern Dell Drive to the west.
If you are unable to appear at this meeting, you may submit your comments in writing. Written comments may be addressed to the City Clerk, Room 395, City Hall, 200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. In addition, you may wish to view the contents of Council file No. 16-1272 by visiting: http://www.lacouncilfile.com.
Please be advised that the matter is also scheduled before the full Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday, January 25, 2017, at approximately 10:00 a.m. or soon thereafter in Room 340, City Hall, 200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Both the Arts, Parks, and River Committee and the City Council reserves the right to continue this matter to a later date, subject to any time limit constraints.
CURRENT BOARD VACANCIES
HUNC Vacant Seat Application Form
We will accept applications up to one week before our January 2017 Board meeting, so the deadline for submissions is January 9th, 2017.
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Qualification requirements available in our Bylaws Article 2 Section 3A, and Attachment B
Renter Representative Area A
Business Representative Area B
Youth Representative (non-voting)
CALIFORNIA RATTLESNAKES - SOME GENERAL INFORMATION
California Department of Fish and Wildlife Wildlife Branch, Nongame Wildlife Program (7/11/16)
LOS ANGELES 2024 OLYMPIC BID BOOK
Griffith Park-relevant pages 65-70
LOS ANGELES 2024 OLYMPIC BID BOOK
Street Vending Community Meetings and Related Materials:
City Attorney's Dispute Resolution Program
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Curious about what projects are currently planned for Hollywood? So are we!
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The Hollywood Fault — Prudent Steps Forward in 2015
by Robert H. Sydnor
California Certified Engineering Geologist #968
November 20, 2014
prepared for: Hollywood United Neighborhood Council
ACTION ITEMS FROM 11/20/14 TOWN HALL ON EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & HOLLYWOOD FAULT
Prepared by Erik Sanjurjo, VP of Hollywood United NC
Barham Blvd Closing
Ford Theatre renovation plan from Zev Yaroslavsky's newsletter
HUNC Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Hollywood United Neighborhood Council to:
1. Create a more livable community by establishing an open line of communication between the HUNC and City Government.
2. Provide an open forum for discussion and information sharing through which all members of the HUNC may involve themselves in the affairs of the community.
3. Enhance stakeholder pride and responsibility by promoting participation in the decision-making process.
4. Be an advocacy group for issues which command broad community support.
5. Work with the City and other neighborhoods to find solutions to common problems.
6. Promote the well-being of each and every neighborhood within its boundaries.
The Hollywood United Neighborhood Council is established in accordance with the authorized plan of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment of Los Angeles and complies with Federal, State and City laws.
All Hollywood United Neighborhood Council meetings are open to the public. Please feel free to get involved, help with outreach, run for the Board and build your community.
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